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Tl! FOLK COUHTY HEWS anH TRYOH BEE
Consolidated Nor. - 191 5
"Published every Friday at
TRYON. NORTH CAROLINA
Office phone 99 Residence 45.
lattrtd Meoad-elass matter April -28, 191
at tba pott office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
itt act of March 8, 1879
C. BUSH, Editor, and Publishe
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B aotations of Respect, Church or Lodge Notices
where an admission fee is charged, or for financia
gain, will be charged regular advertising rates of
, Its cents per line.
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION,
ta6 West 19th Street. New York City, is our sole
jnd exclusive Foreign Advertising Agent.
"Long May It Wave."
AMERICAN RED CROSS
COMMITTEES FOR 1920.
Caesar crossing the Rubicon.
Napoleon crossing the Alps.
Washington crossing the Delaware.
The Americans crossing the Marne.
Rev. H. N. Bowne, Ch'man.
Miss Mae Flentye, Sec'y.
Mr. Geo. H. Holmes, Tres.
Mrs. E. M. Salley.
Mrs. John Orr. ; , ';..
Mrs. F. P. Bacon.
Mrs. G. H. Holmes.
Mrs. W. T. Lindsey.
Mr. A. F. Corbin.
The members of the Executive Com.
Publicity & Membership
Miss M. I. Flentye, Ch'man.
Mr. Clarence Bush
Dr. Little , Saluda,
Mrs. E. M. Camp, -
Mrs. Miller ,
Mr. F. P. Bacon.
Mrs. John Orr Chairman.
Mrs. W. T. Lindsey
Mrs. A. L. Hill
W, P. Hume
Mrs. E. M. Salley.
Mrs. F. P. Bacon, Chairman
Mrs. E. P. Williams
Mrs. Earle Grady
Miss K. Beatson
Miss E. M. Flentye
Mrs. G. H. Holmes, Chairman
Mrs. E. M. Salley 1 .
Miss K. Beatson
Dr. Earle Grady
Mr. Wl T. Lindsey. Chairman
Mrs. a S. Wilson v
Mrs. Bernard Sharp
Miss Violet Bray.
Mr. A. F. Corbin, Chairman, P. O.
Campobello, S. C.
Prof. E. W. S. Cobb, Columbus
Mr. W. A. Cannon, Lynn
Prof. Nicholson, Saluda
Mr. Melton, Tryon.
USED IT LAST
d cold remedy for 20 years .
tablet form safe, sure, to
itffs breaks un a cold in 24
hours relieves grip in 3 dafs.
oney back iS it tails, me
genuine box nas a ica
top w 1 1 n iar. mu.
At All Dtuz Store
k, X Statylar
school district, in occordance with itbe
provisions pf Chapter 55 of -the. Pub
ic Law of 19X5. as amenaea uy-
Public Laws of 1917. therefore, it
ORDERED by the Board of Commis
sioners tf Polk County that an
Ikction bt held in Saluda School Dis
trict No. 17 "on the ium .W
innn BOOi4c n whether the voters
5 said SaludTschool District No 17
are in favor of issuing Donds in the
sum of .Twenty inosana
9n nnn. for the purpose of Duiia-
ingi'nand for said school district.
and tne repainnK mu
same with suitaoie equipmenu
said bonds shall run ior twenty
and shall bear interest at a rate not
to exceed 6 per centum per annum,
n,.nwfl coTm.R-nTmaiiV' ana tne iiioa-
UUyUUl w- m 7 .
imum tax was may u .
to pay the interest upon said
bonds and provide a suuung
fnr for the pavment oi sam
IF YOU HAVE LAND TO SELL
List it with me, I :"
can sell it for you.
W. A. ToddRsal Estate Lantaju.E
,Oo Oo OS
NOTICE DELINQUENT. TAX
Notice is hereby given to the par
ties named below, and to all other
persons who may bei concerned as
mortgagees, that the undersigned
purchased at sale of property of de
linquent tax payers, in Columbus,
Polk County, N. C, on the 5th day of
May, 1919, land listed; and decribed
2 town lots in the Town of Tryon,
less 20 feet on back of each lot. listed
in the name of W. O. Miller, for the
Notice is hereby given that appli
cation will be made to the sheriff
of Polk County, N. C, by the under
signed for deeds of - said property af
ter the 5th day of Mav, 1920. This
bonds shall not exceed thirty, cents on Dec. 12th, 1919.
the hundred dollars ana ninety ciu junrt r. xAvivtiA.Kx, iruronaser.
on the poll.' That the saia eieuwiuu
shall be held in. the rown nau in tu
Town of Saluda, which is hereby des
ignated as the Polling riace oi saia
election, and the said election ehall
be held under the laws, rules and
regulations as elections for members
of the General Assembly are held.
That J. C. Metcalf is hereby appoint
ed as Registrar of said election, and
H. P. Corwith and R. M. Hall are
hereby appointed as Judges of said
Tt. is futher ordered that at said
election those favoring the
Am now booking orders for February
pigs to be shipped at 8 weeks old. : All
pure bred, and nothing but the very best
shipped at any price. We guarantee all
stock shipped to be as represented or
money back. For prices, write.
Mill Spring, N. C.
Republican County Convention.
to said "county convention. Also each farming tools, one mare 7 years
Too much of a good thing won't do.
'A family with four , clocks in the
house never know what time it is.
It is a lucky man who becomes
speechless with anger. Usually a
man gets mad and says things he re
grets as soon as he cools off.
A connoisseur is one who can figure
out why a -meerschaum pipe is $4.95
better than a cobpipe.
Don't be discourged if some people
criticize you. A lot of people are
even displeased with the Lord.
A few men are controlled oy the
conscience, while fear and wives keep
others on the straight and narrow.
A dispatch tells of a man suing his
wife for divorce because she has'nt
spoken to him for six months. He's
foolish. He'll- never get another wife
To the pure all things are pure is a
large chunk of flap-doodle.
there is that their hucbendi: 7ill
The rule is that an cficlcl. rc
tells something everyone kr.v.
As a rule children believe in the (Advertisement)
stork longer than they do in Santa
A gold brick always shines the
brightest just before you grab it.
They never hang up the standing
room only sign at at prayer meeting.
Romance probably is the most ap
proved method of getting into
The, mere fact that you fall in love
is no sign you.are going to stay there.
There average boy realizes there I GERMS EVERYWHERE IN EPID
are a lot more . than ten command
One can't judge the patriotism of
some men by the size of their flags.
A woman is always willing to econ
omize by having her husband quit
NOTICE DELINQUENT TAX
Notice is hereby given to the par
ties named below, and to all other
persons who i may be concerned as
mortgagees, j that the undersigned
purchased at a sale of property of 'de
liquent tax payers, in Columbus, Polk
County, N. C, on the 5th day of May,
.s i j j i i j : T i -C I
By order of the Republican County Iana 115iea ana aecnueu
Ex. Committee of Polk County a con- 25 acres of land in Cooper Gap
vention is hereby called to meet at the township listed in the name of Mrs.
Court house in Columbus'on Satur-H Mary Taylor for the year 1917 and
day the 6th day of March 1920 at one ldf' . . , . . m. f.f
o clock P: M. for the purpose of nom- application will be made to the sheriff
maung a canaiaace ior tne iegisia-iof Polk uounty, JN. u.; by the unaer-
ture and the various other offices ' in signed for deeds to said property af-f
ter the 5th day of May. 1920. This
a win. vuunt; , aixu xui wic u ausatuuu i 104-U 1010
V i-t- . t. IVXi.
erly come before said convention.
The various township chairmen are
requested to call and hold township
conventions on Saturday the 28th day
of February 1920 and elect delegates
of bonds and the levying of a special
tar shall. vote a ballot on which shall
be printed the words ,'For School
house Bonds", and those who are op
possed thereto shall vote a ballot on
which shall be printed the words
"Against Schoolhouse Bonds". And
it is futher ordered that a copy of
this order, which shall constitute a
Notice of said Election shall be posted
at the Courthouse door of Polk Coun
ty, at Columbus, N. C, for thirty
days proceeding said election that a
copy of this order, which shall con
stitute a Notice of said Election, shall
be published in the Polk County News,
a newspaper published at Tryon, N. C.
in said Polk County for four succesive
weeks proceeding said election. Done
at a regular meeting of the Board of
Commissioners of Polk County. North
Carolina, on the 5th day of January
1920, at which meeting there were
present Charles Davenport. Chair
man, and George A. Painter and G.
h. Thompson, Commissioners.
GEO. A. PAINTER
G. L. THOMPSON
r un Aiij uk KHj r: so acres,
good house and barn. Conveniently
located near town. Fine place to
keep boarders. House partly fur
nished. Apply to . James Leonard,
Real Estate, Tryon. N. C.
WANTED Cow peas, if you
issuance (have any to sell, wej want to buy
GEO. A. GASH
JUiilLL Ur 1HE PFApp
vAjiiecuuns a specialty, n .
and Mortp-ap-Ps nroiwM.i
Hon r.raptR wntfon ot anQ
. ".wvu "V. ItJdS
TRYON, N. C.
Tryon Lodge No. lis
Knights of Pythias
Castle Hall in Missildbe BuilrJicg
Meets Thursday Evening at 6o0
W. F. LITTLE
Tryon, N. C.
them. HOMES- SEED STORE,
Spartanburg. S. C. 162 E. Main St.
. NEWS ads get results.
Your orders for Flooring, Ceiling
Siding, Finish, Mouldings, Framing!
We manufacture this and can sav
you money. See us for lath, brickj
doors and sash.
r. T. GREEN LUMBER COM PANT.
NEWS AD3. GE T RESULT
G. L. TAYLOR, Purchaser.
o . -PUBLIC
I will offer for sale at the residence
of Thomas Rice in Polk County all my
household and kitchen furniture and
township is requested to elect three
township committeemen of whom one
member of said committee is to be
elected as township chairman.
This February. 2nd, 1920 .
one cow 5 years old and 50 lbs. of
of bacon, all of which will be sold to
the highest bidder for cash on Tues
day Feb. 3rd. 1920. Beggining at 10
o'clock A. M1 and continue till every
thing is sold. I
No by-bidding every thing sold fair
' r' 4. r ry ' W and openly and the highest bidder
Chairman County Ex. Committee. Uts the goods. This 22 day of Jan.
without questicmif Hunt's Sal
fails in the treatment cfEczetra.
Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, etc.
Doa't become discouraged be
caue other treatcienta failed.
Hunt's Salva has relieved hun
dreds of such cases. You can't
I6se on out fny Bach
Guarantee. Try it at our rik
TODAY. Price 75c at
ARE YOU A
IT HITS LISTLESS, RUN-DOWN
PEOPLE FIRST THEIR BLOOD
BE PREPARED STRENGTHEN
AND BUILD UP YOUR BLOOD
C. D. BYERS.
Rt 1. Tryon NL a
We Have the Right Prices
Kind of Materials
o do your building. Full stock
Doors, Windows, Siding, Flooring
Ceiling, Shingles, Loths, Interior
Finish and Moulding, Rough and
Dressd Lumber. Carry complete
NOTICE DELIQUENT TAX
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
One Hundred Per Cent "Pep"
When your Ford car or your Ford truck doesn't
display its usual quanity or quality of "pep" and
dash, its time to have a repairman who understands
the Ford mechanism give it the 'onc5 over" then
make the necessary adjustments or repairs, and return
it to you full of its old time "pep" and energy and
pull. You will notice the difference.
l We employ only skilled Fprd mechanics men
who know how Ferd cars are made, and how they
should be kept to give the most efficient and econo
mical service. And our shop equipment . boasts a
great many specially designed Ford tools and time
saving devices and machinery.
Don't risk chances, play fair with your Ford car.
Keep it in the hands of its friends, the Authorized
Touring $525 Chassis $475
Runabout $500 Truck $550
Couplet $650 Sedan 775
Freifht on any above $38.36
Gov. tax on each
- Ballenoer-Morris Motor Car Company
Tryon, North Carolina
HEARON LUMBER CO.
SALUDA. N. a
If it is true that you are not feel
ing your best if you have that "al-
One great trouble in the school of ways-tired" feeling and no interest
life is that too many won't be con- or enthusiasm then you should be
victed when accused. careful of the influenza.
It is thin-hlooHpH Newman for the year 1918
vuv lWUJ. I or- -C 1 rt - 1 1 ,
Wftmen In Office Forces. uk uiseaae striKes nrst. me lact shin listH in tfcp t,. nf T n rn;
T i . . ... I r vrx v. V4.
There are 2G3.315 girl stenographers uu nave na a very serious ill- ior tne year iyi8.
Notice is hereby given to the par
ties named below, and to all - other
persons who may be concerned as
mortgagees, that the undersized
purchased at a sale of nronertv oi de-
ii j. j. . 'i
unqueni lax payers, in . doiumDUS,
Polk County, N. C. on the 6th day of
May, 1919, and listed and uescxibe 1
25 acres of land in Columbus town
ship, listed in the name of WJ A.
Newell, for the year 1918. !
15 acres of land in Greens Creek
township listed in the name of S. J.
jacKson, ior tne year iyi. I ni or nr it r
One lot in Tryon township listed in r HOIie O 1 fyOll. IN. C
tne name oi u. v. icanaaii ior, trie year
50 acres of land in White Oak town
ship listed in the name of Frank Mills
or the year 1918,
15 acres of land in Columbus town
ship listed in the name of Grayson
and typewriters employed in this coun
It Cant Be Done.
You can't brag your way to the top
any more than you can kill a hippo
potamus with a blank cartridge. De
troit Free Press.
Healing Wounds of Conscience. s
The wounds of conscience, like other
wounds, though generally received in
public, must always be healed in pri
vate. Bishop Atterbury.
ness has nothing to. do with it. Ev- ,? acres of land in Saluda town-
ery one eets run-down niUr LB.mP ustea.in tne name of D. M.-Rol-
a v,"Vw ;.: .TT7' unf 'or the year. 1918.' .,
"Z Wie UiOOU 13 in no 60 acres of land in Columbus town
condition to fight off disease germs, ship listed in the name of W M
blood that because it has nnt Newman for the year 1918.
red corpuscles. It is the red corpus- .f l?d in White Oak town-
cles of the blood that fight ; disease Sp&wS Se year l f J
and save you from sickness. One lot in the Town of Trvon TW-
You simnlv can't afforH tnV on township, less 22 feet .
chances when influenza is striking Sfte?i.in the nfni of J- H- Metcalf
down thousands everywhere. Fortify 15 acres of land in Cno
it ,up with the township, listed in the name of J. R.
I 1 A . m . m - -
Bid for Assistance.
. realize, young man, that
in marryl;)- my daughter you will as
sume great responsibilities?
ItAaa A, dw
xuiuer. -xes, sir," answered the
up-to-date young man. "In fact, I've
been so deeply Impressed by the
weight Of my future responsibilities
that I thought perhaps your erpa-
cuim soucituae would
iu mase some
"uulu insure your daughter's beini?
supported In; the style ' to wlilch she
lias joeen accustomsd." Birmingham
Mack P. Spears
Attorney at Law "'
Columbus - N. C.
a An y
in Your Home
We wish to call your attention to a few
of our Fancy Groceries.
Best Prunes per lb .30 and .35
Best California Peaches per lb 35
The Famous Brand of W. H. Coff e,
Hunts Brand canned fruit, Pears, Peaches, Apricots
Greengage Plum, and the most complete line of
preserves and jellies we have ever carried.
your blood build
pleasant tonic, - Pepto-Mangan.
I Blanton, for the year 1918.
January 15th. 1920.
J. D. CARPENTER, Purchaser.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
And should you be just recovering ?ce ls-.,pereby given that ap-
from influenza . vnn r, pa.. l?ai "u. be made to the sheriff
v x "f-mau- ol-oik county, JN. (J., by the under-
gan because your blocd has exhausted signed for deeos to said nrm,JS tt.
lts strength. Pepto-Mangan will the 5th day of May. 1920; This
neip build you up. "
Pepto-Mangan is widely and heart
ily endorsed by physicians. It is ef
fective and easy to take. Comes in
either liquid or tablet form. No n Whereas the Board of Education of
difference m medicial properties. p.olk county ha petitioned for an
Sold at any drug store. But be n!52ffi-W 45 Sool
sure you get the genuine Pepto-Man- Polk countv c?5 r sp
gan 'GudP Aeir -fn-m J ! v fvl F11 district includes
Bn uuaes. Ask for it by the the incorporated to-wm.-f Qai- ,
name and be sure the full name is on ascertain whether th voters in 'said
the package. V : ' ; - fatnet are Jn favor of issuing bonds
(Advertisement)-- lM.fWfi buildrinff a new
' public Echool building in and for said
WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
SWANDOWN CAKE FLOUR
We make a specialty of any of these item
m quanities, you will be suprised at the sav
ing there is buying canned goods by the
Price $ 5.50
7 Guaranteed for
IRYON ELECTRIC SERVICE
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