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Leo Pace of- 'Salutia .as T.?ysJ
Monday. . H ; - '
. w Y. (Wilkin&tranacted;MMnlss
in Cowpens, S. C. Friday.
MrE. J. Bradly of Fishtop, was a
visitor in-Tryon, Wednesday. .
Mr. C. W. Ballenger and wife and son,
Stanley, went to Asheville Sunday.
Miss Eva Missildine returned to
Spartanburg Monday, where she is
attending school. '
Thordore Ballenger is visiting his
grandparents T. X. Ballenger, and
wife, in Atlarta. -
xt;c5 Easter Ford has returned to
the Saluda Seminary after spending
the holidays at home.
Mr. -and Mrs. Ade have moved into
their home recently purchasd of W.
E. Rankin, at Valhalla.
Forest fires last week on Piney and
Bird Mountain were extinguished be
fore much damage was done.
Miss Kathleen Morris, who is at
tending school at Greenwood, S. C
returned to resume her studies Tues
day. A special term of Superior Court
convened at Columbus Monday, trans
acted all of its business and adjourned
Edwin Lindsey returned to his
work at the State University Satur
day after spending the .holidays with
his parents in Tryon. -
Keith Grady, after spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Earle Grady left Monday to re
sume his school work. ".
Lieut. Governor Gardner was in
Tryon, Monday, on, his wa to. Colum
bus, where he spoke in the interest of
his candidacy for governor.
For Sale or Rent: 9 room house on
Melrose Avenue. 2 baths, steam
heat and privilege, of buying winter's
coal. Address Box 135, Tryon,' N. C.
Owing to no power one day this
week we are compelled to leave out a
number of items this" week,. They
are of interest and will .appear next.
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For Sale :--A fine large Kentucky
- bred pony. 14 hands high, weight 800
pounds, broke to saddle and harness;
about 5 years old; price $225.00. Rubber-tired
pony' buggy (new, never us
ed), $85.00; saddle and bridle (new),
$20; pony harness (new) - $20 Will
sell separately. Call at Mr. Geo.
A. Gash's and see outfit' ' I
A. S. CALDWELL. "'
The services at the . Episcopal
church of the Holy Cross on Sunday,
will be as follows: Holy Communion
7:30 a. m. Sunday school 10:00 a. m.,
Morning Prayer and sermon at "11:00
a. m. The Bible . class will meet at
the church on'Sundays at 4 p. m. in
stead of 10 a. m: as here rbef ore: you
wilj find the '.Rev. 1 Mr. Dyer a most
? interesting teacher:.' H .1':' .-J J"-
PCOUITTY ITnlT. 2T(STH CAROLINA
srvices. We; ought .' V to make
year better .than th,e one just
Let 1920 be our banner year.
. E. J. JONES, Pastor.
is erfresilv raf ,
the tonic - for - ra! a;
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lyT softly we fto&t,:i r Wx&vWffi&kk
sea or -sieep; : JAP?- ingreoietstthat'
OPENING OF CASINO CLUB.
,Th? Tryon Casino Club gave its
opening party and dance at - the
Casino, last night, which was eniov
ed by a large number of our people
visitors laxis . conveyed the
e wayef theboat
!as now u welcomes me. v
Mrir; Salter is a fine composer and
Miss' Baxter did justice to it as well
as to everything she sang. It is not
of ten j thai so wholly agreeable singer
is heard lere or anywhere. A . fine
voice, antnethod of great intelligence,
combined with .(simplicity, "clearness
oi utterance, and noble expression
makes. her singing a pleasure to her
From; a long tea table in the room
Mrs. - Bacon and . Mrs. Lindsey dis
increase -and: en-
Jjich the blooctTenablinir.it .to MmnW
in entirer ooa r with he slyeeded
6vM omugauu vi unity ;pnat maKe
happy, ronipg children. : :r . - . X . .
lor the convenience of the public
Pepto-Mangag is prepared in , tablet
as weu as ucfjiid form. Both forms
possess exaefcy the -same medicinal
properties, h ,
When you ijsk the druggist- for
Pepto-Mangaj look for the name
"Gude's" on t e package. It is not
there it is n,t Pepto-MJangan.
club members and, guests to the Club Ipensed the hospitality of the Club to.
after the 'Possum Supper at the La- a cheeryMcrowd.
hier Club. Dancinp- hp&o-n f con
O -' uv . u.uv
and continued until a late hour. To
say the evening was enjoyed by all
is to put it mildly. This Club is des-
tinea to nil a want, and we predict
will fill it nicely.. ; -
At a meeting of the Sunday schools
held at Columbus on 5th Sunday in
November , the Polk County Baptist
Sunday School Association was or
ganized with . the following officers.
President, Rev. E. J. Jones
Vice Pres., J H Gibbs
: Sec. and Treas., N. T. Mills
Executive Committee, E. J Jones
J. B. Arledge, J. H. Gibbs- F. M.
Mills. Wash Hill. The obiect of this
organization is to foster and develop est at Mr W- D- Helton's -Sunday
the Baptist Sunday , schools of the
county and to hold
every 5th Sunday
Mr. John Gilbert was also elected
music director, and will endeavor to
stimulate an interest in better sining
in our services, and also to organize
a, choir for the county to be used on
School bas opened again and is pro
gressing-nicely every one enjoyed a
merry Christmas. . '-k
Miss Mggie Jackson is visiting at
Mr. Willisan Wilson's this" week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dola Wilson of Miles
City MdnL. visited relatives here last
week. - ' : . v
Miss Cl&ra Feagon'5 is boardiner at
Mr. ,W.r D. Helton's..
JMiss ' Carrie Wjlson Messrs Itoland
and John-Wilson of Gaffney..S C., vis
ited relatives here last week, the
latter has just returned home- after
being in France for twenty' ; seven
Mr. W.- T Brown was a welcome
THE SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL
i Masses; Maggie and: Arkansas
Jackson spent the Christmas, holidays
with relatives in Campobello, S. C.
Mr and Mrs." Harry Bennett and
Misses Lizzie and Mattie .yilliams.
were guest of their sister Mrs. A. H.
Lynch Sunday , . -
Several of the students here attend
ed the "Christinas free and entertain
ment at Red yifountain and "Everyone
enjoyed .if ,,3,5! &
"' Hiss uniee'RaiidallU;4fi 'j&t
At a meeting' rof the Polf ';,"Cunty: bf Anirfe;ttSStmclay afternodflt
boldiejs' Memorial Association at
Columbus, on Nov. 8, 1919, a plan
was adopted to ask all the schools in
the county to join this Association
and help raise the fund for buildine
suitable memorial and report on or
by the first of January. To date we
have had a report-from the following
Morgan School .. j . . ; I ; V. V . $50.00
Fox Mountain -School ..v -jJ'.SBiO
Hickory School .VV. .;; fl tv225
Prince School: . . . '. . 125.00
Edwards School ..... . , . 210
Pleasant Hill Schoil. . ... . . 3.60
Fork Creek School ......... .35
Columbus , does not report the
amount raised. ' Other schools report
that they will respond later.
;;W. A. CANNON, Sec-Treas. :
January 5. 2920. f " '
Mr. (W. D Heltpn W.S.-.White-
side 'are'tendinjecfivs Weef atj
We are having some zero weather
at this writing. . r I K. -
: LANRUM S. C.
Wfe are hajng some cold weather
at the present which makes most
people want sit by the fire. - -
- Mrs. H. E.tflynn is on the sick list
and has been f or some time.
Mrs. W. A:illard was sick last
week but is letter now
Miss Glady- Flynn, spent -f- Satur-
uy iiigxit wif. miss nuDy rutman.
Miss RubygPutman Gladys Flynn
and Mr. Lemifel - Horn took dinner
with Miss 4ce Cantrell Sunday,
after going toreaching at Mill Creek
church, and everyone had a splendid
time and a rice dinner.
f Miss Ruby Putnam returned to
Danville, Va., Tuesday. We hope for
her much sucfess in her work.
-Mr. Roscoe jIall called on the route
Sunday afterifbon. as usual
if Course.' j .
The shyest-fgirl is willing to sit in
the lap of luxury .-Kansas City Jour
This is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of Mrs. S.
S. Pack, to exhibit them' to the un
dersigned on Jir before the 15th day
bf February; 20, or this nttitc will
br plead) in blr 3 of their, recovery.
All . persons indebted 1 tn said estate
will please, njtice immediate payment.
This jthf iSthay of December; 1919.
r rf H t ?A- Aomimstrator.
ruu arm in vj mm
to come and see us in our new fire-proof
store building, just completed, where we
have on display a new, clean stock of
Shoes, Millinery and
and all of which is sold at rock bottom fig
ures, We are ready and anxious to supply
your wants in anything in our line, and we
welcome a comparison of our prices with
those of our competitors. '
See us for Feed of all kind.
Tryon, N. C.
' Need Gudes v T'i
UNNATURAL FOR ' CHIkjDR&TTS
BE PALE AND THIN PALE-
NESS IS SIGN OFITHIN, 4
I A nice warm room ' will ways
greet you at Valhalla -Tea House af
ter your walk." ride" 'or Mlrive ; v then a
hot drink and a sandwich and some
cake, what could be pleasanter? Buy
some home-made candy to eat on the
way back, some jelly or preserves to
use at home and some fancy - work
and you will have pleased yourself as
well as the manager. Open from 1 to
6 p. m.,and all day Sunday. Will
open any morningor evening on re
quest The Erskine family have been Vic
tims of fire. About four years ago,
Mrs. Corwin's barn was burned by an
incendiary. This was succeeded by
the destruction of Lynncote from a
defective chimney and Mr. Ralph
Erskine's chair factory. Last week
the studio went up in flames without
warning and in the spacp of half an
hour. Cause unknown. House and
furnishings insured, but the insur
ance will not cover the real value of
the fine furniture bric-a-brac that can
hardly , be replaced. Among the fine
Pieces destroyed was the grand piano,
formerly occupying the large drawing
room at Villa Barbara. Mr. Bates al
so has been a sufferer from Tryon
fires, losing several of his pictures in
Mrs. Johnstone's house several last
week in the studio and in assisting at
the fire which destroyed Lynncote.
His occupancy of the- studio for a few
days included an entire lack of water,
then too much in the boiler of the
the heating plant so that the house
could not be warmed, or as he ex
Presses it; "Too little water too much
Jjater, too little fire, too much tire'
He and Mrs. Bates n imtehetd for
temporary shelter to Mrs. Williams,
g- - ilVHWVi
OPENING OF PINE CREST INN.
PREPARED IN LIQUID AND ,f &B
LET FORM BOTHJPjgSSESSe
QUALTIES ' j )0ifl
. -t-torlj -rr-tiT-.i 45i ?
Saturday, evening. January third:! I ili is necessary fori boyS !til5i ghfl
was a most notable one for Tryon in to lauch. mmn. and eniovhemselvesf
On that evening the for it is at that stacre of life that the
a social way.
doors 01 I'ine Urest inn were open
wide 1 to all who wished to avail them
selves of the hospitality, extended by
the new owners, Messrs. Brown &
In the receiving line to welcome
many guests were Mr. and Mrs. Har-
foundatioiv is laid for future health.
Prompt, attention should be given to
the child that never "laughs, whose
physical, condition . prevents, playing
like the other children, whose appetite
is poor, and who tires easily.
If the lassitude is du.tp poor blood,
ry A.' Wilkie, Mr. and Mrs. Carter which is of ten the case, a simple, safe,
A. Brown, Mrs. Helen Wing and Miss and pleasant remedy is within easy
What Good is Opportunity
le average man it he is not savinc? It wi 1 .naKU vrtM
n - , J w u
grasp ine opportunity it you will Jake our advice Open a iy
' mgs account with US Today. Motto; Save-thatr what count.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNXR H. B. LANE
raini YI?rti4tati , CatWer
Notica is h reby rivtn to the par
ties named b$iow. and to all other !
persons who &ay b conctrnd at
mortgagees, jVJhat the undersigned
purchased at . Rale of property of de
linquent tax 'yers. .in ColumbuB.
Polk County.m C-,on the Ith day of
May, 1119, laud. lifted and described
as follows: zi : . :
40 acreg of land inCblumbus town
ship, listed in ,the name of Zeb Ror-
ers for the ytjar It It.: t town lots
in Town of Sa iuda, listed in the name
01 wm. rmti)j v;ox, lor the year
1 U 1 W it i ...
Notice is heileby further riven that
! A? ' . . m
ppucauon dc xnaae w tne snenn
of Polk Count N. Qn by the under-
sirned for dJ ta ilAid nronArt.v Mf.
ter th'e Rth diV ef Ifav. 120. This
ju .-;-onyx. jTiUiciiiisci .
By petition Mt Polk - County Board
of Emication ffhe' County Commis
sioners has ordered i an election at
Shields votingcjplace in Greene Creek
Township on i Jin. 13th 1820 to vote
bonds necessary to build an agricul
tural school tTuildinr according to
petition' filed Qis date bonds to be
issued at not less than 10 years and
for not more t)ikn 5 per cent annually
GROVER FJiAGANS Registrator
and J.T. GRENWAY and ROBERT
This Decern! er 1st 1919
F. M. BURESS Clerk to B. C. C.
Nearly one hundred were present.
many' of whom greatly enjoyed ' the
dancing, while others preferred mak
ing themselves comfortable in easy
chairs before the log fires, recalling
earlier days when Pine Hill was first
opened to the, public
During the dancing most delicious
refreshments were served.
. Messrs. Brown & Wilkie have re
cently purchased the property which
was formerly known as Pine Hill, and
have renamed it Pine Crest Inn.
There is nearly twelve acres in the
tract with the hotel and three roomy
cottages upon it, leaving ample space
generously covered with oak and
beautiful pine trees which suggested
the new name
Tryon and its inany friends wish
the new owners an abundant success.
Glide's Pepto-Mangan is just
Biggest in The World
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No, we are not referring to our bank. It is big enough for all
community needs but it isn't the biggest thing in the world, j .
The biggest thing, the most important thing in the world is
SERTIBE. That's the one excuse your business has for temg here
The amount of service rendered is the measure of your need. Our
bank honestly tries to be of service to this community. We try our
best to anticipate your needs and to be of service to you. Have we
succeeded ? Well, ask our satisfied patroes. If you are not one of
them, we invite you right now. No time like the present
BANK OF TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Pres
I 1 "
J. B. HESTER Cashier.
NEW YEAR'S) DAY AT
THE LANIER CLUB.
stilltcontinues, and we are now nearig the $100,000
mark in resources, and if you arejontemplatinfi:
any change in your banking connections we would
be pleased to have you bank with us.
Special attention given to deposits by
'mail: . ' " :r"':: .;;'":r:'-: - :1 ' : ' ; , ' ''
R0LK COUNTY BANK &
The Peoples Friendly
COLUMBUS, N. C,
E. W3S. COBB. President
FRED W. BLANTON, Cash.
FRANK JACKSON. Vice Pres.
W. E. WAL2ER, Vice Pres.
L ESTATE 2
Columbus, N. C.
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Town Property. Bought
Sold, and Exchanged.
Tract No. 1. 160 acres 2 1-2 miles from Salud, small er
chard, good water. 4 room house, good pasture, well timbered. Price
$15.00 per acre. j
Tract No. 2. 44 1-10 acres 1 1-2 miles of Columdus, on public
highway to Landrum, 1 3 acres cleared. Price $35.00 per acre.
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TEA ON SATURDAY.
Th Ladies Guild of Holy Cros
church will serve tea at the Lanier
Library on Saturday, -January 10th.
frm 3 to 6 p. m. Come and bring
MILL SPRING BAPTIST CHURCH
, Sunday school! at 10:30. Preach
Z 1st and 3rd Sunday mornings,
aw uperintendent requests a large
tendance on the Sunday schools
Tbrarv ' was
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The Lanier Club, as usual, celebrat
ed the coming of the New Year with
a receptiin at the Library. - .
The afternoon was marked by two
interesting occurrences, .remaps uie
most striking being the presence of
Mrs. Sidney 'Lanier, with her three
sons, the grandson qi tbeuBiriaPd
musician, for who
named. These bo
SOme VX UC icmiilJT vaiv-uv, .v.. -.
wilHngly put at t ie'spM'-6l e
Club, plypfH0 vfo3? fttfte.
accQTOpameJ-by thf ic Jongra Mentis
the Doubleday family.., ..r
Miss Baxter, of New York, a guest
at Oak Hall,v sang four songs-ne of
these by Mary Turner " Salter
wnrda written by Mrs Holdenr
song is 'called Slumber, Sea:
Iror fairinni. lands or (towini
' property sec i
W. T. LDNIDSEY, TTirypirD.
A- 0& S!5AS0
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Phone No. 14
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A SANITARY MEM MARKET
v Our meals' are kept "in a tanitary ice box, which?we keep as clean
ears oE experience and' painstaking labor can" keeptiWe buy only
Ke best meats on the market, both native ancf Westem.tWe grind al
our sausage and feel. satisfied . that if ? you Vi want . clean'isswet meats tka
you can do no bettesthan Jet us serve you,.
;:?rMarkerpnces paid forCattle, Hogs, and Chickens.
A. H. WILLIAMS.
loo e may ke a better record for
nTOH4i(K adwrtiM :lor I