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f f v Consolidated Nov j 1915
and adopted the plan lofCstealirig
from the 1 different stores,; garages
etc. He was arrested Monday and his
nlace searched and a wagon load of
articles of various kinds i found. He
PnU;. r Fri.iav Was sent to Uolumbus lau xo await
TRYON. NORTH CAROLINA jj &&ffitSSi
the roads. ,
Office phone 99 Residence 45.
Etrd as second-class matter A pril 23. 191
at tba post office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
UX h act of March 3. Ib79
C. BUSH, Editor and Publisher
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where an admission fee is charged, or for financia
rain, will be charged regular advertising rates of
fire cents per line.
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.
226 West I9th Street. New York City, is our sole
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"Long May It Wave."
An assistant table waiter at one of
Tryon's , hostelries astonished the
guests one day last week by falling
all over the floor, making horrible
faces at them, trying to sit in their
laps, spilling breakfast food all over
I the premises, getting: into a motor
car and trying in vain to start it, ana
finally falling asleep and sobering off
under the stairway. In the course of
his adventures he lost his new over
coat. In the dry State of North Car
olina where did he get ivi
A professional tournament will be
played at the golf links on Monday
next. Carl Anderson, of New York,
and George Bowden, of Boston, Mass,
will meet Joe Nicoll head profession
al of the Dayton County Club, and
James Kelley. Carl Anderson play
ed here one year ago and held the
course record of 39. This year Mr.
Kelly holds the record of 38. This
coming tournament is looked to with
interest by the golfers of Tryon.
Play will begin at 2:30 o'clock, sharp.
Mrs. R. T. McFee has been suffer
ing from tonsilitis this week, buti. is
getting along nicelv now.
A merry party of "picnicers" about
twelve in number from Pine Crest
Inn, some driving and others 0 horse
back, went up to Skyuka Monday.
The weather was ideal for a day on
the mountains, and among some of
the unusual things enjoyed by the
party was the novelty of an outdoor
beefsteak dinner provided by their
hosts, Messrs. Brown and Wilie. A
visit was paid the nearly completed
home of Mr. Bannard, of New York,
and many compliments were paid Mr.
Ludlum who has had charge of the
building of that attractive and un
llth. She was a good woman ana
had many friends. She came; from a
prominent and well' known v family in
this sprtimi V "
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breaks up a cold in 24
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with Mr. Hill's
ATI Umrr Sfnrma
IF YOU HAVE Uli TO SELL
List it with me, I
can sell it for you.
W.A. ToddjRsalEstate Landrum,S. C
MRS. HANNON PACE DIES,
As the campaign for nomination
and election to various offices will
soon be upon us, we take this means
of stating the policy of this paper re
garding all political advertising ap
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"Political advertisement" and this
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any statements-contained in any ar
ticle or advertisement. All articles
must be signed by the candidate, his
campaign manager or the person
writing same. We do not want at
any price, "mud slinging" articles or
, We will accept advertisements from
all political parties and candidates or
their campaign managers upon the
following- conditions: AH ads must
be paid for in advance. No deviation
from this rule for any party or candi
date. All advertisements or articles
accepted only upon express under
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estimating the number of lines copy
will make count six words-to 'tils -line)
. As this paper does not mt-?nl io
take sides politically, if ycu cay not
meet the above conditicr.3 v.re v.ill 2
compelled to refuse -your baiir.csr.
C. BUSH, Editor.
Died, at Saluda, after a lingering
illness of fifteen months, Mrs. Han
non Pace, aged 57 years. Mrs. Pace
is survived by her husband, one son,
L. C. Pace of the firm of H. Pace &
Son; and one daughter, wife of Jas.
A. Pace, of Thompson & Pace. Mrs.
Pace was a member of the BaptislH
church at Mountain Page, where she
-1919 -TAXES ARE PAST DUfe
MY LAST CALL. Meet me at the
following , places on. dates below, to
save cost and troubleafc I am going
to advertise the first of April and sell
the first of - May. THIS MEANS
BUSINESS. T ;
Greens Creek, Lawters Store, Wed
nesday, Feb. 25th. 1920.
Greens Creek" Sheilds Store, Thurs
day, Feb. 26th. 1120.
Cross Keys, Friday Feb. 27th 1920.
Aboline, Saturday, Feb. 28th. 1920
Columbus, Monday, March 1st. 1920
Pea Ridge, Wednesday March 10th.
Saluda, Tuesday, March 2nd. 1920.
Tryon, Wednesday, March 3rd. 1920
Lynn, Thursday, March 4th. 1920.
Coopers Gap, Jackson Mill, Friday,
March, 5th. 1920.
Coopers Gap,' Whitesides Mill, Mon
day, March 8th 1920.
Coopers Gap, P. D. Williams, Tues
day, March 9th. 1920.
White Oak, Mill SpringThursday,
March llth. 1920.
;JtfOTICI t PELLNQUEN!Tv TAX
Notice is hereby given to" the. par
ties named below, and toall other
persons who may be concerned as
mortgagees, that the undersigned
purchased at sale of property of de
linquent tax payera,' in Columbus,
Polk County, N. C, on the 5th day of
May, 1919, land listed and. decribed
2 town' lota in the Town of Tryon,
less 20 feet on back of each lot, listed
in the name of W. O. Miller, for th
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 Ma, 1920. This
Dec. 12th, 1919.
JOHN P. LOCKHART, Purchaser.
Fruit Juice Used in Milk.
Juice ofs the fruit of the massaran
duba tree, found plentifully In Brazil,
Is used in many neighborhoods in
place of cow's milk. It is sweet to
the taste and milky in appearance, but
after 24 hours it turns into an elas
tic mass similar to rubber in its raw
state. The fruit possesses nourishing,
pectoral and emollient properties.
Republican County Convention.
Am now booking orders for February
pigs to be shipped at 8 weeks old. AH
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.
i 1 ir iiisiiiess
SOME HAMPSHIRE HOGS.
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Mr. C. J. Lynch received four fine
pure bred Hampshire hogs Tuesday
which will be used as foundation for
his herd of Hampshire he is estab
lishing on his farm near Tryon. They
are fine looking animals and doubtless
will be money makers for Mr. Lynch.
They are of the breed adopted by the
Polk County Hampshire Swine
Breeders Association in an effort to
standardize hog breeding in Polk
County. Every . farmer and hog
raiser should inspect these animals
.and if possible adopt the same breed,
thereby enabling us to make ship
ments of car loads of one kind and to
get the top prices on the market. Go
see these hogs before you decide upon
any other breed you will not regret
Mr. C. W. Morgan received a Tam
worth sow and two Tamworth and
Duroc Jersey pigs by express Tues
day which were fine looking animals
of the breed.
COLUMBUS BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 10:00.
Our Sunday school is trraduallv
growing and becoming more interest
Jing. We are striving to make it a
. constructive force in the community
life of our people. Can we count on
your cooperation in this work. Come
and help us grow. Preaching 2nd
and 4th Sunday morning. A welcome
to all visitors. .
Agency to Let
Direct Factory Distributer's Proposition!
Giving exclusive right of sales
agency, for which we make no
charge, to right party who will
open a small exclusive tire store
or install a tire department in store
Our present factory distributing
agents are doing .1 big business and
ordering more tires daily. Their
customers 2 re coming back for
Parkers all around, and thev
are also recommending Parker Super-Size
Cord Tires to their friends.
Our factory production is being
increased to supply more agencies.
First coupon mailed gets first in
formation on fluency proposition.
By order of the Republican County
Ex. Committee of Polk County a con
vention is hereby called to meet at the
Court house in Columbus on Satur
day the 6th day of March 1920 at one
o'clock P. M. for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for the Legisla
ture and the various other offices in
Polk County, and for the transaction
of such other business as may prop
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
to said county convention. Also each
township isvYequested to. elect .thre
township committeemen of whom one
member of said committee is to be
elected as -township chairman. " o " -i
This February 2nd, 1920 V- -W.
Chairman County Ex. Committee.
without questiotiif Hunt'cSalv
fails in the treatment of Eczema.
Tetter, Ringworm, Itch, etc.
Don't become discouraged be
cause other treatments failed
Hunt's Salva has relieved hun
dreds of such cases. You can't
lose on our Money Each
C umra n fee. Try it at our rit Ic
TODAY. Price 75c at
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
j Dressd Lumber. Carry complete
HEARON LUMBER CO.
SALUDA, N. C.
Phone 87 Tryon, N. C.
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MILL SPRING BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday school 10:3Ql
Preaching next Saturday afternoon
f.ov ana csunaay mormng 11:30
A good live Sunday school makes a
good, live active church. A live and
forceful church makes a desirable
community. 1 Won't, you help us build
up these three factors in Mill Spring?
A welcome extended to all to join in
our services. ,
E. J. JONES, PaitosF.
. D. C. Hamilton, colored, decided
that it was easier to live by the sweat
of the brows of others than himself,
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- Attorney at Law
Columbus - N. C.
In Your Home
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1RY0H ELECTRIC SERVICE
FOR SALE OR RENT: 35 acres,
good house and barn. Conveniently
located near town. Fine place to
keep boarders. House nartlv fur
nishedApply to James Leonard,
Real Estate, Tryon. N. C.
WANTED Cow peas, if you
have any to sell, we Want to buy
tnem. HOMES' SEED- STORE,
Spartanburg. S. C.' 162 E. Main St.
vy.' - And
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and Mortgages 3
Tryon Lodge No 1
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NEWS ads get results.
YouT orders for Flooring r'
We manufacture this and
you money. tee us for laifcj
doors and sash. Sli
T. T. GREEN LUMBER COXfJ
NEWS AOS. GETrS
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
;..r.,5ire?tTIiiriiB;:ih the World
''VJyr9 and two have always made four. There
. would hot be more than three million five hundred
; thousand Ford cart in daily service if the Ford did
.not meet the demands of all classes of people.
Two and two have always made four. If the
iron and Vanadium steel used in the Ford chassis,
were not of the highest quality, then the Ford car
t could not have won its world-wide reputation.
Two and two have always made four. When
replacements and repairs are required on Ford cars,
the Ford owner will be wise in bringing his car to
our place, because we use only the Genuine Ford
Parts, have Ford skilled mechanics, and all the Ford
knowledge that goes to maintain the high" standard
of quality which is original in the Ford car.
We solicit your business.
Tourini $525 Chassis $475
Runabout $500 Truck $550
Couplet $650 Sedan 775
rreight on any above $38.36
Gov. taifc on each , .
r Ballenger-Morris Motor Car Company
; .y i-r: Tryon, North Carolina
Jiivery Uut Jl ender
You should visit our new sanitary meat
market. We are handling now only the
best Western meats and can absolutely g'
anty to you nice tender cuts.
Our market is in charge of a man
considerable experience in the best
markets and knows how to please you.
Everything we sell is absolutely
All Pork Sausage
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