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TO 01 IV READERS ; : ? ; TIll
TRY ON; ItOTJTE 1
0n Wednesday March 25, fire of un-
... r, nr cin - aesiruyeu . me ews
We Our loss i is practically ten
Usand dollars j with very little in-
P - a . .
Uor eoing we are compelled; to ask
jj of our readers to renew their" sub
ription aim uiauj uiwoav
. oc vrrn ran. Wo npr1 tYift
until i Lt: j " - "
Lney ri?ht now and, we are going to
jsk you to renew your subscription
y a period of three years for which
re are going to make a price of $5.00
fer three years
As "we . need ' the
at once and you are making a
living of one dol
ar, sendin your sub-i.
Do. not forget it If
t . ..Aninnf frT vnn fn -ntnanr'-fn
Vee years send in your name for one
(r two years, i - ;j '
Help us to be in a position to give
lou a better paper and we certain ly
will do so. 1 j:
poiA county news:
31 T. LEBANON
Spring seems to have come at: last.
Farmers are beginning to get busy,- x
t Sir. J B. "f hbmpson" who hasTbien
ery ill, is slowly Improving.
I Mr. J. Sherfey; made a business trip
o Tryon, Monday. . :.
1 Messrs. Hoyt and Ragan Thompson
of the Western Uunion. returned to
'their work Sunday, after a visit of a
'few days with relatives. ' .5 -
Misses Virginia Sherfey and Mamie
Thompson are spending a few days
with parents. ! . . ;
Mr. T. V. Bradley sang for the Mt;
Lebanon choir Sunday last.
Miss Etta Thompson was the guest
of Miss Virginia Sherfey Monday
night. I --. - . T . '
Mrs. Logan Johnson visited. Mrs
i. B Thompson, a few days ago. .'
Mr. J. C. Newman . has been doing
some much needed repair work on the
roads in this section. "
Miss Marietta Thompson was an af
ternoon caller at Mrs. J. B: Constant's
Thursday. ' . j '
Mr. Curtis Garrette visited relatives
here Sunday. -
Messrs. Ed land Luther Thompson
and J. L. Hart of Saluda called on
Mr. J. B. Thompson Sunday p. m.-
Mr. John Parker of Tryon was the
guest of Mr. Logan Johnson Sunday
Mr. John E. Thompson was in Try
on for a short time Monday. -
! ETTA THOMPSON.
, .There Is a very wail in I the i nrords;
a fire " consumed :. the :Pa1 v .1 r
News plant.". CTfe extend much deep
ojvwijr iu Messrs.- u. uush - (editor)
and C. 'W.; Ballin
Co.,-inthe loss of the two ? plants;
May ' God' sustain . them undjer this
heavy loss. -. .. vv,-v
w are glad to report MrT, & Rice
convalescent of "fla: . . " : : y. ,.
i Mr. J oe Carpenter . is : a-rpieasant
visitor of relatives on Route -li-v
i Miss Pearl Edwards and- brother
Hugh were guests at Walnut : Grove
Sunday. Miss, Pearl never- tires 1: of
&ir uaison's canned;, music. 1
Miss Clara Edwards is at home ; for
Easter- vacatIon."' -rr -v it??- i
.Miss Peart Edwards gave a " sing
ing ana entertainment Saturday eve
ning before her , exit to Brevard! oh
Monday, to. the ; enjoyment of Messrs.'
carrteiee llouppe, Clara Edwards,
Bessie Hamilton and two Misses Vlck
ers ; Messrs " Bona and" Ted "Arledce.
Floyd Toney, Floyd Holbert, Arthur
Rouppe; Joe - Hall, WaUer , and Theo.
Edwards; Paul Hamilton, two, Messrs.
unages and two Messrs. vlckers,
- Hickory .Grove school will have an
egg hunt -Saturday afternoon and all
day singing Sunday; .r :y- J- .- -
Fox Mountain school . postponed
their Tryon Mountain hike last week
on account $t unfavorable weather,
although the, primary department had
their little , picnic of wMe!r the little
We wish Mr. -Bush all " success .pos
sible in "the erection of a new News
plant and ould be very glad to have
it at Columbus If suits--
MRS. P. G. HAMILTON.
The remains of T. N.; Giles was laid
top rest" in the Green Creek Cemetery
last-Wednesday23rd, 18205; e"was
only. sIck for ,a: shorf whllel first tak-
into pneumonia ' He leaves a ': ,wif e
and a number of small children The
County and 'especially Green Creek
Township mourns ;the- loss of ta good
citizen. nMr Giles was a Wpodman
he jwas one 6t. theiCharterTnembers
which helped to organizeCross Keys
Cainp No 714; in 1915. He made a true
woodman; always remaining -faithful
to his rr duties, never ;onei time did
he go suspended: Vlt : seamed 'a great
pleasure ;.to him - to know j L that :; his
family '-was under the 'protection of
one of the greatest' fraternal societies
in the. world. ; iZ:? :;Sa;-::.'
I ? Thev members of Cross Keys Camp
performed their last. duty to the be
loved Sovereign by bearing the . body
to its last resting place,, and perform
ing thfr" ceremonies constituted by the
Order. . 7 . '-'t
State of Norths Carolina- Polk - Coun-
tyIn v the ; Superior Court .before
-the " Clerk. '.-V.-i.'-.':
G. L. Thompson, vs. Jesse F, : Pace. M;
State . of North Carolina, to ; the' shWr-
iff of. Polk County, greetings :
'-t; Whereas; in ih-;:atucbmnt":proir
Medinss.ia..-tae..avrerior. ., frnr;rt,,..fiTg
county, - and, make due; return - within -sixty
days t from date hereof.- ;
.Thls 27thfdayj;of .Febriiary;192Q.
P . E B S 0 IT A L
Mr. C. J. Lynch transacted business
In Saluda, Tuesday.
Mr. J. . M Jlearon, or Saluda was In
Tryon on business Monday,
. Miss Sallie Streadwick attended the
ball game at Asheville Monday.
Joyner Kelly, who recently re-en
listed in the navy, is home on a short
Wrlough,,;.-',. .;.- " . --.
The Tryon Paper Box Co., one "of
the sufferers, from' the 'fire of c last
week, will open for business, tempo-'
rarily in the store room recently oc
cupied by The Carolina Hardware
Co. Mr. Ballinger'a loss was adjusted
by the Insurance companies, Tues-
day.-.-. ,; ; ,;-,: -
The editor expects to leave for mar
ket on Tuesday next to buy a new
outfit for The. News.
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AUiUJLiJllOXiiJi.xv. o awiiu
Modern, nearly new bungalow, "best
residential part of Tryon, .5-rooms
and bath, second floor celled with
space for two nice rooms, screened
porch, in rear, basement, plenty
flowering shrubs, nice lawn, with
Plenty flowers, extra lot, fine views of
mountains. Several fruit trees. For
full particulars write or phone James
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Louise Gaprlgues, de-
roftseri. all nersons - indbted to the
said Louise Garrigues ill make set
tlement of such indebtedness to the
undersigned: and an -and all claims
which may be outstanding against said
PfitAte must be trresented for settle
mont fn htk nn4erslened within ? 12
montha from Ih'e date- of this notice,
Otherwise, 'will be pleaded in bar of
r J DR. L. F. GARRIGUES, Admr
r.o Anrll 2 - - 4-1-bt.
Polk, County, onthe 19th "day of Feb
ruary, 1920 wherein Jesse F. Pace was
defendant; and G. L. Thompson, was
plaintiff, the following property was
attached In the said proceedings, being
the property of the said Jesse F. Pace.
: Tract No. 1. : Beginning at a chest
nut D.D. Pace's corner, and runs W.
10 poles to a spruce pine in the forks
of the creek " known x as -r the long
branch, thence, S. 29 W. with the creek
40 poles to a, water oak" on John
Pace's : line thence; S. 3 E. .12 poles
to a stake John Pace's corner, thence,
S. 86 E. 82 poles to a rock pile thence
N. 44 'W. 80 poles to the beginning
containing 18.78-100 acres more or
less. ' - .;.'---. ;; - .v '.'.;;
- Tract No. 2... Beginning at a chest
nut stump witn pointers P. G. Ward's
corner and runs N. 43 'E: 16 poles to
a rock J.v W. Pace's corner, thence;
N. 43 E. 54 poles to a4 rock, thence;
with S. O. Pace's line S. 60 E, 32j?oles
to a rock B F. Turner's corner, thence
S. 30 W. 38 poles to a rock,-thence;
S. 20 W. .10 poles to a large popular
stump, thence: S. 6Q,W 52 poles to
a rocklT E. Ward's corner,- thence
with his line N. 4CW. 80. poles to the
nning containing 31 acres more or
less. , ! '
And whereas,, in said proceedings
of attachment a judgment was given
by the court in favor of the plaintiff
and against the defendant for the. sum
of $700.00., and $13.90, costs. ; , j
' Nowr therefore," you are j hereby
commanded to satisfy the said Judg
ment.' out of the property so . attached
as aforesaid,, by the sale of the same,
or so much thereof as shall be suffi
cient' to satisfy the judgment ; : and if
tthere is not a sufficient ; i amount
realized ; by - said sale - then ; you
shall satisfy- said judgment out
of any other, goods and : chattels
of said judgment debtor - withia-your
, . Whereas the Board of Education of
Polk County has petitioned for h an
election to . be Jield in Green's Creek
SdiboisrIctNo. 20' - in3;Greens ' i
Creek ; Township, Polk County-to ; as-' .
certain, whether the voters of the dis
trict are in favor of issuing a bond . '
ior :the . purpose - of building . a ' new ; .
public fschoolrbuilding, more particu-
larly- described : asr a SmithTHughea"
Asricultttra School-house, with . dor :
mitory. and other; reom, in said. school
district; in accordance with the provf
sions: of the StateWlde Bond Act for
School -BuIldlngsrChapter 55 of Pub- -He
laws of 1915' as amended "by the , ?
public laws-ot 1917; W''':
;Thereforer It is ordered by the Board' .
of Commissioners of. Polk County that
an election' be - held in Green's Creek
School District No. 20 on the 20th day k.
of ; March A. D., i920,; to ascertain '
whether the'vvoters of said. Green's -X
Creek School District No. 20 are ,in . -favor
of Issuing a bond' in the sum of -Three
Thousand Dollars- ($3,000) , for X;
the purpose : of V building rebuilding &l
and ; repairing- said school house in '
aid 1 school'' district, ; and . furnishing - '1
the sar- .- with suitable ' equipment ; " :
Tne; BaidTpha, shalt run ior'- eigb,-
teen years and . six months, and ' shall ' -bear,
interest at not to exceed five (5)
per centum ; per annum interest pay- V
able semi-annually together with, a
portion of the principal making a to
tal semi-annual payment of- one hun- .
dred twenty-five dollars ' ($125) " as -shown
in detail in amortization table
attached to said bond. Privilege shall
be granted of making additional pay
ments ,on the principal as therein
specified ton any of interest payment,
thus shortening the duration of the
bond.': ::-r-y:.y' . - " - ,
The maximum, that may be levied
to pay the interest upon said . bond
and a sinking fund for the semi-annual
payment on said" bond shall not
exceed- thirty (30) cents on the hun
dred dollars and ninety (90) cents on N
the' poll. ; '"r ----:r';: i v..--;:
That the said election shall . be held -at
"Sheild's precinct voting place in. '
said Green's Creek: School District No. .
20, which is hereby designated as the.
polling place of said election, and the
said election shall be held under, the -laws,
rules and regulations govern
ing elections in special tax districts. "
That Berlin -White is hereby appoint- ?
ed Regstrar of said Election and G.
Ed Feagan and J. T. Greenway are
hereby appointed as Judges " of said ,
It is. further-; ordered that at said
election those favoring! the" issuance
of a bond and the laying of a special
tax shall vote a ballot on which shall '
be printed the words "For School
house Bonds', and those who are ; op-v
posed . thereto shall vote a ballot on .
wWch shall be 'printedTthe .ords
"Against School-house Bonds. . .
And it is further ordered ' that a
copy of this order, which Bhall ' con
stitute a notice of said election shall;
be posted at the Court House door of
Polk County at Columbus, N.-C.,-for