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- :-T,--r 7' TRYON. N. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1920. ; . . v, . ; , . OO.A TEAQ; :
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S OVER THE
.tairil Iatcrat Gathered By Our Correspondent From Various
Sections of Polk County
rathy of the entire com-sympax-iy
ily ge" Pare whose wife
jEMii Pace T departed
the daughter of Mr. E
LPaa Tuesday Feb
pop e a
We are having the coldest weather
on Sunday and Monday that we have
had this winter. , A great deal of ice
in the creeks. '"
Y Mr. T. W. Bradley failed to sing for
Mt. Lebanon choir last Sunday, on ac
xer oi mr. ; . t of so mtfch '"Flu" around in the
his wiie, aau .
wo cnnaren, Tn,rt,r,COT1 na a-nne to
t.po. who have always re-. T - th -t
ni? ..a and are well . Known i . fT. s ll. 0arrett, and brother
a J .... Minnie the eldest tne . nr ' t v,rtr. fnr
v,-"c! vcnuiy a"" , ,:j.y, r raiiK, came w ucoouu -w-
fe tomciA.IW51E U reaching Sunday . . But .wasn't any
firm of Ihompson -"V-iriw preachra as Mr. ureen lanea co"
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green, passed
fViwmtrb this settlement a few days
Z v lace in the. business, Jo ?n a to Mr. and Mrs. Fred
anl V'a . ,.,;t, y.i .father under w - Annf nin
ATo5Ta fJaither Johnson and Har-
Bradley bunoing ; man. Tftomp were m . vne u,-
jiui secxion last ween.
Misses Mamie and Etta Thompson
and brother Gay, visited their sister,
Mrs. W. B. Arledge.
Miss Lillie Constant -and brother,
The community extends-their sym
pathy to these gooa peupre m
bereavement. We are. glad to say
other members of the lanuiy are cuu-
Messrs. W. H. and it. M. .mu,fx
Rutherfordton, spent Sunday with
thoir families in Columbus.
ovtfrl a heartv, welcome to our
;rvuiyc TWr and Mrs. A. P. Moore,
who will on'marcn isi uus.e
Vi otnro nw oecurjied bv Mr. A-r. jd.
Mica Twrna Mermen, one OI 'our
Hich School teachers, leitt, Monday
to o to the bedside 01 ner iamer, wuu
is cnticauy in. fJ, o- , .:.
Mr. and Mrs. JN. 15. bmixn.anu wui
dren, of Detroit Mich., wlia are on an
indefinite visit at me nome oi mr.
Mrs. John Smith, .near town, spent a
few, days witn tire , iamiiy ,
Lindsey Smith. , A. .
. Miss Alice Tallant, teacher: of the
irrammar grade . of - Stearns , High
School, is pianmng ior. a. program
of Georcre Washington's Urth-
Acxr Miss Marv .Failor wiu nave
charge of the music 1 i
There are 'quite a few cases of flu
arbund .here Vftiis ; week. Mr. Birch
Davis',f amily, Mr. T. v. Uortan's
f amilv. Mr. E. G. Thompson's family,
Mr. John'Shehan'stamiiy, Mr. inirn
Mr. and Mrs. John Keed and iamiiy
spent Sunday ;night ;.at :'Mr; : -Esper
u.. , . --
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. uai-i
vin Fhillins.' oi' Uoiumbus.. was : laid
POLK C011K FB ID H0I.1E
Edited by J; R. Sam, County Agent -
LISTEN POLK COUNTY FARMERS I which is late summer and early ;fHv
&l ANn 'mraNEW MENh - . land spring. ow I can scarctlr ; se;
AND flUblbb Slbm , hw these husky young fellows have .
ine nrsi monuay . in iuujtcu 1 .. i .v . , l : j , ,
Mr. M. vM.
Fs. "l...f.ft brothers
IC 11 j J Mr. U
ton, oi wife having
albe" rsTWSi. 6S Up.po themves andyomigwiV
ovo Ha,,m-.1a tfc manv and clulflren;DUT; utey:iTe.-ana;
to rest at reauugc ywav vc- vuv " , I . I riotnff it welL So can any
terv. Sunday afternoon: ? ri he flu be- tf armers and - businessvmen m , Colum; doing it wen. can any
ing the cause of its- death. ; ' : ;
Mrs. Ralph Moored who-is 'in; Ruth-
erf ordton hospital, is improving slow
ly. - '; i '. - v;V C;yf "
:Mr. Frank Moorehas purchased a
Rrisco car. v -.- .
; Misses Bessie Thompson and ,Juan-
ita Vorhies visited Miss Iva Gosnell,
SnnHav afternoon.- . 1 '
Mrs. Rosa Parker. or ierroit, Mien.
arrived here Saturday, to Join , her
bnsband. Mr: :Ed.Parker. TheyVare
, r- .-- -"TIT
spending several, montns at Mr. . w,m.
'Miss Allie Connor 'was the guest .of
Mrs. Annie Idles, Monday : night.
Mrs. Gravson Turner is visiting at
W. R. Turner's. , She , is- expectng
TKUtnr Ga. (His wne xi
P1. ..c , r cvnrt while before his sis-
ai"::.n him to be unable to come D to Greek f or Eervices will preacn next
funeral), and eesis, sundayTwasnw as "flu" is nour ywu p. uu g -
f 'volvrnati of Balfour N. ' C, an
Willie Pace of . l""?".1; poorly at present.
'Mn nervires last Sunday of. any na
hire, but we suppose tnat Jjr. rratt
f i-nm t.be . Pbilirtnirie1 Islands witn- a
will preacn next ouauay aw les discharge-tromtne army.
' frtlnHo MTK. . US I . . .i :i
Alice race oi uu " vi I around in me community.
Miss Marietta Thompson is very
K race has been sick about eigh - are rn hopes the Flu will not
P- itbc heinff confined to nei to o.et in this part.
;n nf that time.
d aboui xei rw Hospital
KTmUp N C for awhile but did
Ashevil le f 0rany while , there,
t seem to impros e a y
re .lr"afcr rreenille S. C.; re-
.until the doctors de
aiiuno "'x ... fi-,iT,o- more
As I have not seen anything from
these dicrffins for a while I thought I
would say a few things. .
Mrs. Martha Saunders aiea reu o,
and was laid to rest Sunday in the
ivTiii ProoV Tpmptprv. hunerai ser-
but a sunnosition.:
.Mr. R. D. Gray visited home folks
at Rutherfordton, last week
Mrs. McBrayer and Miss Lola went
to Spartanburg, last Saturday, on a
Qrinnninp' tour. s
George A. Gash, Esq., was listing
personal property under the new re
valuation act, last. Friday. '
TbiirsHav. Feb. 12.- Lincoln's birth
Ha v: Feb. 14th. St,. Valentine's aay;
c,it,H!v Febmav 22nd. Geo. Wash
ington's birthday. Our birthday will
rTTno bv TUhA bv. ' .
Mrs., J. S. Thompson is quite inma-
thit there was nomug "'"
Mft So for her, she then carne
me and was cared i r y . . . conducted by Elders Geo. Uosed 'at this penciling; under thedoc-
Evy b taw djiu u Branscom and W. A. Reed. Ws .treatment. ; .. -
a familv. until tne augeia I ' . Itooti's Creek I a4.i rrc i;fl fiiro-veaT-
1 J lit! 111 LUC iuwuio ui vllVv I IV 1 1. ArulUi XIUUU a """' rf
bear hILa"S h a meSr of High School has been closed
Miss, Zillie Horton, of Inman, S. C
is spending this -week ; with - home
folks. ' 1
her husband to arrive home; this week Polk county,
what.. the p
m ra m aEie Fears on. oi meiru&e, u cygr- .
old-fashioned get together meeting. tt.;,a 'S?rith '
The warls ovefaridare allao glad MjSX-.
of it, we are all scmucn wiser because i ; -Uir j -
of he war.-We aU know-alotiof
things we never -would, haye,. Known ww u - 1
had there been . no .war, , but we aou t r t
want any orewar worse :nan "r.wwt -VSnt i ;
the boys who broice tnar awiui ,xxm-1 P -r " j" -Ttt, 7rr
delburg Line. But, we want to for- work outone J&rJfeE-
States North Carolina is the best, ana I ciy ur r 7T ,rtT " 1 f. Hf i -ofTthe
even one hundred counties inlbox
x7i.Ti7 i u i j xiv ?0 fv,tt bRf straw and set this nen. ULnvZx. days
"SSk vi "am 3ut "tolMni out will come the cMcks. Nowlwhen;.
orvTi-nfir - True is Tint the case. I wawu nci. wu. &uc
-. . r ,. t. ivj..
wt .the ;peopleve
Kow -wnat we wan . uo -w -iiT--' Vr-STj,, 4, to W-Mm,bdd
&HU- auu i "..? 7 - 5? r, . .
is visiting her morther . this
Mrs. N. D. Moore.
blunders committed by anyone in the w.-see me imporice -r
. - l' . j lii I trnnrra STIfl rn RTir.lC IO It auU' s
past, be tney oeaa or auve anu i;hT Vv?. ll a fw
" mi brave men, just literally, take oft right? oil doing little jji1?
oS SavS ccat and all, and lay yW-',
I fmmitlis Tiarent oak.- and "the HSoU
jJ- K old boy, playing , about
She has been
3 always iiveju - f-rc a salarv suffient to support hA1?a wnmi about the eye: first i
Vbt. Christian me; ana i .f"" irr: w aroimd every wvw . ?
6"". o'i it tne om i luciii. o " .
;he has oeen a w n'6u,X tWr. resigned for a r,TuIi' " lrtree nrui
fountain rage cnurch lor j - . .g bad we pay our K Ugy -and almost
? vears "iu ,
a very, ser-
-rW davs to see that we
Ws were laid away m
wetery of the cnurcn Tf r - . to a fice dog,
ime has been enroueu i , - - election every
Ainiriil services were wuuuwi- iow, - nLB,1
i inc ft ,ocftT rtf iTYiOTlth tO VOte Bonus. e nave
i Ti i t ' i r-ui i iitto Jk - v .
b M. E. church at Saluda: ana. iry-
His sermon was a touching, tnb-
i,cv. 7" j tt. tavpa pcted m tne miaaie?
. E. church at aaiuoa .-. w ZZZZA then our roads are . so
0"""v-3., . . ,
1 by Kev,
to the deceased, and an eloquent
DDeai to xne laic fe" , ,
ach and everyone should .examine
.heir lamps and see that .they -fere
Ailed with oil and be ready at al
i: tha KiiiriTTions that wiu
LliliCS A" .
dav. we Know not
JSUICIJ vviftiv- 1 , i. V
Tft,.Tt.--Tmlt a decent load over
them. And by the way. our f unug;
r-o. n i-ftf boles that a doe could
a-awl through. I think we had bet
ter have a man appointea to see
has gone with our money. ,
. Cantrell's Gin burned Wednesday
.us. u , micrlit If tftmSTS KeeD UUilunu vxiv.
tehSvSsoarreDnot S be .any thing left except the
when the Bridegroom came. , -M ' r? vranw, D. L. Shehan
Pace was very very cheertui qumk " tiia iTZk advantage of
inc was at times very
. .V . . 1 J ' ,
Tbere ,'c a"New Hope" for our com-1 TIf ' nnt wt for others to come in moisture ,na warmtn ox 'Wkw,.
munity, since the farmer? of this sec- inherit this goodly land and make P-SKSiffiTn?--'
tion are ;niaking rushing, .plans -fora e preseln, inhabitants drawers ;of TfJ
new cotton ginTwhich is be erected watepr heweTS 0f stone in; the e Patch of land .year "fj
near New Hope church.-- future. Let famers. Bankers, ma g
Lancaster wiu i iumau 1 -Ti i. Mercnants, juaniuacmi c, . ' - rrrr . - " incfo little irrasa ev
The name of this company Ube, profeSsionarmenJfeel thatil yes Lam and by MiLSSi:
a part of Polk County and tnat;.i am -Ur- T'lattre-
MiR;Mr. C. O. Ridihes Pres.. Mr. tv .The hanks ' merchants and aU tne aoing. ox -ai. . .
' . " A -M- -RHtrar n farmers I . v . J. tt. OAMO, UU4.y ASw.
T nr,.octor Tres . Mr: JacK tocogginb,, fUoTMcelves trmst exist - irom WJiat
UaiiVMW 1 - . VllVAlM'V W ... M4 - V. L I
comes out of the soil, .rnen wny not
x , 4-1. . . rliemea '1P9W1
an come r"11 -w,b,-o. rifRidA nf,the.:-.'mflaaea..
and, means ox - getwiiK. . . , .,1, ,. ,i ret
:VHWm; w ing condiUons 'on tne. ;ia ;
a irmrn vr 11111 iiiik w 111 - vai
iuuic r . - v. I fVif rlrft an 5rot.nven"Un- W lUKt.w,., -
farm, v So let ns -a;,BU1 ,4 ;J, '
l ate ao ihj ,v--j . . ae
her long illness, although ner suiter- ffu ylled20.birds and3
inc was at times very- greur-5 T; AentV. :
often nlanned for the luture anu - 7w
always Miss Margret - s
rum, ift v xx6 - -
U J Vo Ti'iill oorjun. but
expressed her reaamess to - Nance.Mr. Floyd Walker is an-evemng
was the will of the Lord, bucn spteu ... M jaT1.es .
ssesseu ci'uum 1 1 ,
..... ---- t . .. n rarniei & vjii v., .
did faith as she po
ways be a reminder to tnose. to xo into tthe mercantile business m
the opportunity to observe it during go mro
her most trying moments, uui,
the only safe anchorage for our little
ships on this troublous sea of life.
The family wishes to thank the
many friends for their help and sym
pathy during this time of trial.
srhter of W.
M. Shehan, passed away at ten o clock
Kiindnv nicrht. Fpbmarv 15th, ly0
and was buried the following after-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson
last Saturday a boy.
. A cold snap visited us last Sunday
night and Monday morning. Mercury
registered 11 above zero.
Mr. Albert Turner aim
ill dowTn with the flu.
Mr s. S. Lavter made a business
noon at 3 o'clock m the rnenusmp trip to
church cemetery. Funeral . services
were conducted by Rev. W. A- &-ea
son. Her death was a great shock
to everyone that knew her, as she
was cnl'v 24 years old, and a splendid
specimen of vounc womannooawiiu be was within one
all tlvp nvncTiPcts nf a useful life , ottc rf ber eithty
beforp bpr. We ran only say God ,..,, nj i;ved to see her
b,wc hzt el-.. Viae bppn with tiie 1 L li ft,,..if?rm bavins ten
familv nf Mr T?.. "R. Fulton, at Hen- V:1,mT, fiffv-five errand children,
J - , . rmiuicui ""J . .
dersonville. N. C. for some
carne home about ten days ago to, " ' CTeat-great-grandcWldren.
Rnnders was a laitniui
a .4- V, - ViMYio rf ber daughter Mrs.
t-o t.,,, t, Tndav afternoon tne
XL.. O.TUHuau, v - ll e.nA
oil- yirc Marr.na jsanaers paaicu
loui mat itiu. - - 4.1,
Which 1o You Choose?
The man who exerts the. greatest influ
ence for the building of good highways will
exert the greatest influence in shaping the
destiny for good of unnumbered millions, and
moulding the spiritual, the educational and
the material life of the nation.
Rack of all the forces that make for
the nation's weal or woe are the country
churches, the country schools and farnhfe.
Back of success in all of these are good high
ways, while the doom of all of them is writ
ten deep in the mud of bad highways. .
' The good highway leads upward to
higher possibilities of life. The bad, high
way is the sure road downward to ruin.
County "AeentNeut the-man ho tSmBs .a,pai .'7 -:
Wunty . Agent. ..-...-MssuiitJe,... of-- h-iSt. ;.
m Mr.' Polk county. farmer, did taandry e.tolyMffl Jrgg5'r;-
" " a votir farmx last iwitn -wnat. TacuneB is-r-". .
you make a survey Tour .larrn last . dttaen. ,in ttiree... '
i week as. 1 assea you ty u r ::r, rtwtb -niitik of Jthe:tmJdd TareliU
did you see any o d WriJS? of todly Who -may. -hire ffek-IKttla " (
wasKedaway soiHNow honestly. oi to 7. the etindxeg, a tan..o
did you see anytmng w tlA UnrTc to their credit a little, later, ,tocj ;
nmnpracstVP tamer WOU1U IW ftJiKU" r--- " , : . , '-Tllrwrr
fo ii- 7 wii if von - did I yet. otner. DieBBingB.ouu . w
of on his farm? Well, if 70U.-"5 Kjot oniy thi8, but remember" that
xxtv not. von be ashamed of it and io --t V." . --4v va-
. f UJ
1 1 know
W - 4. A. I A
a lew uttie uuuBo, -r I fA TYintiAn
time, just one littie tmng - besides. Where can' you
but keep doing tnem ,iu --r hest the latter n
doing them .ana me jjj rste latter sum-and - .make, r
SHiSf . nrtard Suet 5& S-. r It ft
o r- - -
t ma. A- va rnnrn
take care of her father and mother,
both of them being very sick, m a
very short time she was taken away,
leavinp them behind, still sick; but
we are gkd to sav they are some' bet
ter at this writing. She '.will, be
this vicinityl both
by her home folks and also by a good
many of the people that come
'timefbut hen. r f&fS pression was .that i e ey
: ago . to nCrSit-trrandchildren. . . . out at this writing it is reported to Be
Kw. soTiriors was
rbristian and died in the. triumphs
. n -ii i 4.1 (.oinTin1 TlftV.P f
jf a great iaitn hi tne
of thl Gospel of Jesus Chrnt She
ad many friends who attended the
fSneral and brought a Profusion of
Lniitiful flowers and wreaths with
-,v" . - .1 np
in Polk c
in the county, and the owner is a yery fl 1 they
intelligent man and is mating aJ". "ka gilded money temple look like
success of it, but he does lonely bank at thd North Pole, a ;
tQ imnrnvement he has made on that t loneiy uauiw .
orchard within the last two ;years.
;r- ,ncitfrf tbis orcnara a ui- , . aa.
ftuc,".r. acm. At that ;ls.at.any,wraoer iwv-
r-iA lace? I niii i.wif it ft i i. ft r.
lit IVJO v. - ' "
f;ma fVo trpps were under i
uiii- wtv vww -. - , . . i hi o nuina nn n. ; uuiuuiru u
ii. i ;4-v,il nmrV. annlvmff leKUxne I """7" ; jIvi j
out uy xo,iiiiJ.M " w..7 -- - MMwn hv ffM norsea.' niicxib. luu.uj
crops; grass and manure &o b"gr pnos. aSl grand opera af ,
kind,, m fact any to tf UveaWa potentate, theenvy.
wisely appaeu unu vrr; i; of the -Mint? Hog-raisers, nave com
soil, has, produced startling resuus. x; offce pot,. bonds in reacK
It is impossible for the owner who nySve -school howes
reaie nf course he realizes is a bouleTard. mo& xnmea oc.
n1,Sw&drcha mines distanced. p ,
itUfbufhr MILL SPRING UTE 1.
pe.nnanenta improvement nen, carrier well
addea to msuru and on the route again.
.oci-nnaiiv visits his place. . . I ' w w xirrrrx
i 1 - 1 4- A A11TT1 . I ftft.lft.1 ft 0V HV .WW - WW UllUlA
xi va nrviniinr. wnicn liic uuwiv . . z-u AMuniM fQinnora in tne i -wr ' - . - i . . ,
safe. Mnav'iTr bas already been subscribed! w fftW who Have Sock: Spring, inrrov wow
Mrs. JNora x-ioex . v4. wi be m WJ""-'' . 7-
J. I. Ridings, C. W. Davis and A. f B.
Turner. The subsenpuon, xu j casionally visits his place.
wmcn tue uu-u . .- ... rprrtain fan
win- " 7 ,1 ii U
Tii- r:l : Zfom from a sickiLe feel sure tnat tne gin wm
in resy - 7- Tj00hne. Unpration this. lail.
sister, Mib. faiey x-, - f
made such imi
to Sa- rayj to Test in Mill;Greekmceme-
pend their summers. &ne Sunday 15th. f1.
was a member of the Baptist churcn "the dead which die in tne ijoru.
ana always lived a quiet unnstiau
life, dvvays ready to do her part m
ay ejood work; and we that know
ver tan safely say that she will en
Joy the reward the Lord has prom
iss l to all that do His will. '
N. . ... vie f arn- rret. fn learn that he is
, Ed. Msterw. . iV ilt attack of ''Flu
. r.o?tnT, a. JN. tJ. tnis wxcr. . :
wosierv CcVhare ven- hor it -I ' not prove . . . -
.t4 Coa limited repairs v The "Flu" ha3 ; -aireo . - ibe
Bev. W. Wi Womack was called , to
"Tbursdav to conduct the
"WfS ttat fte? funlraTof & oirfi and neighbor.
lien- .. - r ' 1 tt fro fftlft-l Ho TX7fl n. i,tra
we J "v" " 4.1.' ff0r a few loi tne ross, naniuK ww-a v"--
by staying im uw j "tr- . lof the. Baptist churcn tor uty ye.
tured toe q. r lts Mr. Curtis Smith
n'ctw, can see their way both him and
years, yet a few years, tneir larms - T- - ,f. d one son, -USr.
' We wish to correct an error of last
week which is due our "rTi
boys who were so generous with theif
I refreshments at the reception given
r?6 f the Philomathon society.
, P, Ipldsher daugn, gyjj in? served"paec. ox
iuiBts nanotte, 01 ttyucouv, cbocolate it should nave ieau .
Ga., are the guests of Mrs. H. B. wnlates. - .
Lane at the Oaks. They have ; been focoiate attended meetings
pending some time in Asheville this -r f Romans' Betterment Club
V-nt IT j.- xl,ft, efface 01 -OOT ' VV iii"f rp- aanita-
ro VI -.."""Cni.; ,im- was neia X iri' nicc Rertha
derst ga outline, of the
men. uur wf r.7i fc.
to be nopeu v on onlv one
clear to" make -soxik '7 at
. TtiPir iiuucca i
this year is out.
revoiutionizeu. x y" Ut. tv,n nft . Hauehter. ,Llias
s.7ananas farmer in Polk county who saia ne TTW their, loss.
his wife, ineir aeatn, , ye farm. ne 1 --LrWn,7;wiRitd at the
;Me;S A Wo-
Rev. ; Teal conducted tne iune he made use 0f every suggestion tuv - , Bridcres of
vice. They left several bM meant improvement. He let pure C. were in this"section
to morn their ioss ana -to bred poultry take the place oij scruo 33...,
er c."ie" t"" buried at He began tosowgsana .T John. Clyde, and' -
TV I TG linCK V ft.1111 -- M . 1 ..r im TVICTHTITIO' 'rUWlUl' IVUUK I . . 1 " T A. i.
rnanr vnnirnav Tiiirni.
the homo ox
i v . i c?i. i iiuw ij n o - .
cold, windy Green River church lasunaay tie on his pastures. He has puiieo " dT Rev. and Mrs..W
v ' vo v.ot ciV for some time and con i i nna tvmis.ml . stumns that I "i!.." A
tbis section today.
we,T" rrnnmnson and family, tinued to. grow worse
rvir. . LVLuriuc mw... - ... j i .. . -
rr 4 r.--snent Saturday TUgnt ana when the end came. .xiuf , ' t"; v -ni bni bought a tractor. I
ay withes father, Mr. ...i. ity losses a good woman but our Viii say, yes, Anybody h llSSSWSSSi.
Thompson. . ... - Us her gam. . 5 money, can do nich things. .1. . .. - cic..jfcomtivf
"ri jM rt t r4r ti leu 1 iriiu 1 , -n nju 1 - . a. .vatsi'a rtn - iiik - - -
Miss Anna xtouy ""r 1 Miss Annie uavis, speui c ut taices money w
Reid, Friday atternoon. ; . . Eva Davis last Sunday.
had been side lor some time perhaps one, thousand . stumps l w wornarV.
until last Fnoay hat nadbeen hindering his progress
. I I ; nlnnnnrr M lffl n H. I " o
. JAr-. RaWdavTii end came. This commun- ?or years TR f r. this section.
irum ' 7. -ii. tut,. T .'
We are glad to report no "flu in
v Mi$s Ilaggie Sue JMwanU lias re-
fp t fi
a Plca?nr fn V" :tbmv inVrim little
own. for w.iivff(WA tn have such
riice People wltyuS.-: , 'V1...!';'
,Mrs. J. c. BMiwW made a; trip to
Irvon, on FM&Ur. Bushneir ,1$
fUl in Calif orr4 &bt we expect him;
home again sport 'cjpend the suniiner;
My. and Mr A. D. Turner, '
t-ve been snendir.o' some time in
Uoardman and AVilmintrton. N, -".C.,
nave returned 'home, and treport. ,.a
ver Pleasant time while away. '
Mr. H. P rriHi wa "riiiiflenl
called to the bedside of his sistert
c&ord, Illinois, iry ilL-.
1 L LatkCB iuvuvj . 1 -i Itl-iri-nil
scale, but now I want -to W a r"W-ttaxePr -trtec
f the sick people in this sec- win 1 . M' F. about what a man can, do nout l VheTd tbe homMr.
tion seem to be getting better. ; Uwrngio ni,md -Willdns money. I know some . oeyi j7pclt.Sundzy idernoon.
lion, cui vu o . i I ny.no' fomilv Mr. Oland WliKinsi ,TfV,nf mnnpv rieht m the WOOOS. I"' 71- -ir ft-ftiiftr.,4, . rv.
Mr. J. m. lvxiivci o & 0 , t., ..ii -nnt return toirrru.-- rinrpi their land and'pianteai . m v WA.i-.CotiitJ!.ftf.
ana miss ' , 1 nnnHred aoDle I wnw-W. ''vw M-r
, ..The Won en v of Miss
helda meeting at February
Minnie Arieoge, - n ie Arledge
. 1.. ---- .
-4-v, inic! neiv house.
Tiiceiy wivu 1110 . .
Mr W. 'C. Eplee and family visited Hill Crest Institute this weeK.
Mr. J. W. Thompson, oatuxjr " 1
10th at 4 p.- ; tve,next six
was elected pre"- .
months. ..,' . r?aivin Phillips
... 1 1
have had P?; months Satur-
baby, Yates, aged six montn
rlav n eht at P- m .,u"rifon.
Pea Ridge , on
r t . r Thnmnsim -Kiiiea a
1 ftf4or 9CT. WPPK 'Willi:!! I MTinaV HUllUUl .tv.ww.
nog one - -""t:; on1av mormng .u
339 pounds. . rreauuus . iftTrTp to all home ana oosuum
r.-,rAij irici,, Mr. J. We extend a coraiai
..jiiiviiiai' fboir own vine an
TIT T"ViTVITISAn. Friday. - .
"rii'lMei.-.fi Melvfa Hill, mvmity and.visiwrs w,.r- - Uanent pastnrea
Mitchell, Saturday lart.
Uut 'fourtrorfifteen hdrea. appte fomejH; 1.
1 1 j x. Tbpv have tuscaru-1 "rv- . - t v
nave ounv mwu-v" r H , - .
house s and barns ana-cr- .
Mates . aTprffcrenct, -
iidea .shorrir t oz '
depeaus npoa.TV r i
. . ' ft. . 11.. . '
Par Tntr period, er aac ior. ww.
J. We extend a cordmlomt wiiea -tt ornan.i
. the people of TColumbus and lThey also have started small Dltcw.1.Tolcede
mi. muniSr and all-visitors W " 1 and