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Mr W C. Ward is spending this
Veek in pcw 1 u -
n business. . c -
v p. Bacon left Monday for
hWdelphia, where he is looking at-
er business jnaiver.
anrt Mrs. J. B. Cleveland of
Urtanburg. S U., were in ryuu u
ew hours rnua.
Mr C. W. Ballinger was In Hickory,
; Q t this weeK on Dusiness.
Mr V. T. Lindsey transacted busi
i 1 1 1 rt .. TIT a I MaofQV . and
Thursday. . -
Mrs Carter P. Brown left Tuesday
or Castle Park, Mich., to ; join her
Whand who left somcrtime since to,
Ct ready for the opening .of their
hotel and cottages' at that
MAPLE GROVE ;";...''
Modern,nearly-new -bungalow,- best
residential part' i of :. Tryon, 5-rooms
and bath, second floor ceiled 'with
space' for two nice rooms, screened
pdrch, , In r 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
SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY
- FOR TAXES ' -
We are glad to ndt the' good Sun
w School at Cane Creek. There
Vere 62 in Sunday School - Sunday.
Hope there will be more next Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Odell visited
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Burnett Hast Sun
day afternoon. ,
Mr. and Mrs.1 B. R. Wilson were
W guests of bis father, Mr. Whit
jwilson, Sunday. . - -",.
J Mr. Hall will be at Cane Creek
'next Sunday May 2, to start prayer
Wtine Let everybody attend.
I Messrs. Claude -Wilson and Claude
.Williams and Misses Grace and Oma
Gibbs visited at the home bt Mr. M.
I Mr. Virgel McGuinn visited ; horse
folks a few days last week, returnin
to his work last Friday . -' -u:-
I Mr. Holberi Whitesi-3 kbent-a-few
hours at the home of U. C QIbbs. Sun
day. T:y.-' -
By virtue of my office as Tax Collec
tor for the town of Tryon, I "will sell
for cash at-the Town Hall in Tryon,
on Monday, ten o'clock, May 3rd, 1920,
the following propertyscribed, for
taxes dud thereon, with all costs" add-
ed, ras prescribed, "by lawtowitr
v - ; White
Bradley, D. D. 1 lot I 4J0
Bradley, Jas. 1 lot: 2.21
Edwards, J. W. 1 lotii:-i-- 8.0a
Jams G. Newman,e-2L -lots-L
J. E. Pearson, 1 loU-,-.
j3aither,Panthexr.l Jot ,. . -w
Dr. M. C. Palmier, 105. acres..-
T, W. vRevan, 5 axnres!L .
Wi A. Rollins72 acre.s.-.
L.- V. Randall, : 1 loti..
Mrs. D. M. Robinson, 15 acres
Leonard Scruggs 3 acres.
Mrs. M. t). Smith, 1 lot.r
Miss Annie M.Smith, 1 lot
Mrs. A. R. Smith, 50 acres
Burrell Turner, 60 acres. w
L. L. Talent, - 2 acres., .
Tryon Country Club, 52 acres.
Mrs. S. R. Wilson, 1 lot.ci.
Miss Madlline W. 6 acres....
White Oak Township
ohn T. Cavness, 55 acres V 6.42
Hanjrjck & Harris, 21 acres..: 23.37
N. C. Harris, 678 acarer. 49.91
W."M.Pack; SPatJrwr..-! 21.39
James SUttoir, 33 acres... , 3.95
W. If. Sentell, Est., 130 acres. 6.97
C. F. Wcsti l acre .. u 6.62
"tfajle Ifead, heirs,' 86 acres 24
P. S. Whistnant, 357 acres-.
: Coopers Gap Township
j J. R. Blanton, 111 acres..
Melton, J. B 1 lot 1 .94
Neale, Rhoda 1 loU.-w--- 27 1 W. F. Brown, BJT -:
Newman, Wm. 1 lot 6.56 H. Corff, 23fiCreSi----
Part J. R. 1 lot- 3.40
Suber, Miss L. B. I IoJ.I- J&jtl
Erskine-Danforth : Co. 1 lot 8J0fr
w. f. emith i fouC---;.:.!- 1(.00
. - Colored
Carson, Pat 1 lot . J.-.... 2.60
Edwards, J no. 1 lot 3.9 4
' . ... - .... r -...;.
Houpe, Cal ljot.. 3.04
T announce my candidacyvlor. Com
missioner of Labor and Printing in
the June state-wide primary to suc
ceed Hon. M. L. Shipman, tnetmabent,
and will appreciate your .Tote and
support at the polls. - - Asb any -who
know of my iabors m'..and about the
lesislature sinoe.1909. o
Gastonia, N. C, April 22, 1920. - ,
Jackson.; Carrie 1 lot- - 3.94 4
Miliar Wm, l.loU4 24
Mills, Berry l;lotJ kuw - 3.10
Mills,: Chas.1 16L;li-- r-'r--5'. 5-3
1 Mills, Susie qlot.;, ; v, 1.60
McDotreii.' ras. a otw u . i.u
MillerW o 1 laLz
Miller, J. S.H- lot
HcDowelllL a.l lot
McDowell,-Alex 1 lot
Owens, rRobLVl lot
Parrls Crate 1
Tice Jiio 1 lot
WilliamsvGeorgia 1 lot
WestfieW. JGd-l lot
: 1 41
- . .2.00
J; -Jlfi Sibbs? lf acres
Halford, P. W. 25 acres
W. A. Ruff, 71 acres. ..1.
James Ruff.v'lO acres.
Dv H. Thompson, 132 acres..
F. P. Wamaci 60 acres. rr
Mrs. Allen laughter,' "79 "acres.
C, G. Mar8h;:66 acres. ..
. Tryon Townsjyp
Mrs, Madiline- Wyammi 1 ; lotl
Mrs. Lott Alman.rl loC-il
T7.-K Cherry, 1 lot. - r.
Ben Cheek, 1-lot
Hattie Fields, 11 Jot
Harris i Scotland, 1 lot.-,
Uga Holbert, 27 Acres 1.
Tohn Jonnson, ! 1. lot. I.
Rev. 'J. S. Mills, 1 lotl .
Tbjomas ILrillUs, awres
I Patterson,' 4 lot . 7 & ...
J. H. & J. B. Caldwell, 6 acres. 25.95
Mrs. J. J. Feagan,: "30 acr es.. 71
W. F. Green, 47 acres. 12.15
Mrs. . Bank, Harris, 104 ; acres 249
S. J. Jackson .40 acres 9.60
Martha Jackson, ' 66 acres. 11.32
Mrs. M. E. Morris, 6 acres -2- . L81
W.? 8 Walker; 37 acres .... 5M
J. B. Jones, lot in Melyinhill 13J27
Miles Holbert, 49 acres. 7.52
Columbus Township '.
Ballenger Co. 36 acres.. . 5.93
Mrs. George B. Cobb, 45 acres. 6.64
E. B. Cloud, adm. H. A. Green
estate- i- - . 23.74
Thomas Fisher 57 acres I 8.42
Mrs. Maggie . Gettis, 1 lot. - ' L59-
W. B. Getty, 134 acres 16.43
G. B. & i.W. Hampton, 200 "
v acres..iT i . 34.44
Mf si ' Mable Harrison' 6.18
Hunt, Ida Sitton, 107 acres- 18.32
R. G. Hamilton, 580 acres. 130.33
Gaston, Mills, 44 'acre-- .- . 24.55
W.A M Netoaav C3 acres... 8:87
Zs, Ji Nance, 8 acres - ZM
Otis Packki 86 acres. 31.04
Peak,.. hei?s, 700 acres... 104.96
Thomas. P. Price, 267 acres 66.19
Williams, 41 acres 21.98
John N. Williams, 50 acres 316
K. K. Williams, 105; acres 33.80
W. M. Williams, 41 acres.. 20.44
Mrs. F. R. Williamson 20 acres 35.63
Alfortf Edgerton," 2 acres 1.79
Vance Redman, Robert Book
er estate 2, 17.16
Will Simmons, 6 'acres. 1.41
Joluu Wilson, -21 acres - "St 5.00
jj.- BMartin L- ..,2. : 2.50
rV This the 9th day of April, 1920.
V-'-: -FRANK JACKSON, Sheriff.
V." "XOTTrPi 111? Tnim atflT
I TTXrG CT .ATTFS.CleTk.
SALE OF COCNTY-PROPERTY
FOR TAXES I
Having qualified as administrator
with will annexed of the estate of
N. T. Giles, - deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate are
requested to present the account to
me within twelve months . from date
or bar by statute will be plead. -AIT
persons indebted to said estate will
make payment to me without further
notice of settlement. -
This 23 day of April, 1920.
MRS. NV T. GILES,
V1808 bashcls Seed Irish Cobbler PoU-
4oes tUW neck. Susar Drip and
"fiarfy -Orange Cane Seed 7c pound
Send cash with order.T G. G :r Hy-
der. Box 815, Hendersonville, N. C.
jiy army disc naree- and one
Rixty dollar mortgage, : ; between
Sandy Plains and Mill Springs, N. C
oaL, April , 3. Finder -please re
turn and receive rewardSamue
Stewart, Route 4, Landrum, S. C--
rii SALE A large extension tislss
table. Box 271, Tryon N. CV
WANTED 3faa for- rsnCirii
By virtue of my odce as Tax Col-
ector-for the County of Polk,, in the
State ot North Carolina, I will sell
or-xash at the- Court House door in
he town of "Columbus, N. C, on Mon
day, May. 3,1920, at 12 o'clock, M.; the! John . Metcalf,
Lw . T. :Treble, .1 lot. '.
Oak Hall Hotel . 649.13
G. W. Foster, 134 acres l
H. P. Green, 1 lot
ITville L & P. Co. 60 acres..
Homer Ross, 1 lot
Mrs. O. P. Jones, 1 lot
Jake Johnson, . 25 acres.4 "--.
W. E. Laughter, 5f acres
John McMurry, 70 acres
B. H, Moody, 5 acres.. .
following :prbperty described for
axea due thereon, with all costs add
ed, as prescribed by law, to wit:
B. Brown Lee, 1 lot. 37 34
Balfour Quarry Co.
J.. G. Cocran," 4 acres. .
Berton F. Clark, 30 acres ,
Furman L. Case, 1 lot:
Miss L. B. Campan, 1 lot
Miss Margaret Ddnahoo l loti
W. H. ICulas, 6 acres
Erskin-Dahfortb Co., 20 acres-
Ralph a Erskin, 1 lot- 117.51
James C." Fisher, 100 acres.. 73.52
Fred ' Fisher. -i -1127
Louis F. Grant, 2 lota li.38
Goodman, 20 acres.i .76
Mrs. Alex Gordon 15.78
Robert Gains 1 lot w 23J4
riAlnmbus Howard. '10 acres r 13.CT
Tvsin Jonea :& --acres iL -A 6;35"
Jacoh SUcs 52 aCTesiI-216
Janes' I Kuyisescaii, : acres. t j.oa
i. a. Mills. 1 lou-:--:-- f.38
work, steady Job. Apply to U. G. Thomas C KUls, 241 acres 71.14
Bpeed, Tryon. N. a.... .MraliicxaiMre
C. W. Pearson Est .
G. W- Pearson, 343 acres JL .
B. C. Pace, 1 lot-..
Hannon Pace, 200 acres...
If. H. Pace. Est 187 acresi
Jess F. Pace, 148 acres . . J2.54
J." G. Rollins, 60 acres-," 14.12
R. M. Sherty, 1 lot 3.93
W. R, Summy 1 lot -j: 39.10
W. A. Smithy r lot , 10.41
S; D. Staton, . 1-. lo2il.. 15.60
Brantley-Smith, .6 acres- ... 7.82
Mrs. M. T. Turner. 1 acre. 1.32
D." WRollins, Est 100 acres 9.13
Reubin Atkins, 1 lot. .74
John Cash, 1 lot 11.26
John Irvin, 1 loU.w 5 25
D. R. Walker. 1 lot 12.67
Mrs. N. B. Aleandes by discov-
- eryvl : lot
Hi SBradley by t tilscorefy
W B. Martin, by disel : 1 loti
Greens "Crec5:' Townsh!?-.;
Brown Bros Jicm.-.
W. la Burnett, 23lcres-l- -MrsX
XL. Cn:ill,90 acres
Whereasat' an election held in
Greens Creek High School: District '
No. 20, on the 30th day of March, 1920,
under the . provisions' of chapter;- 55'
of the Public Lawi or North' Carolina,
Session 1915 and the acts amendatory - -
thereof, a majority of Tthe Qualified '
voters registered in said district voted
in favor of an. issue at :. 13,000.00 of
Bonds for the purpose of building .and
equipping with suitable furniture and
fixtures, a' dormitory and Agricultur- r
al building for the-Greens? Creek Higb'
School ; the said bonds; to run for
twenty years, and to bear interest at
the rate cptto exceed six per cestom .
I per annum, , interest payable -scial ; .
annually. . - " , "
Notice is rerehy given that the uh-
dersigned Board . of Education -of .
Polk County will receive sealed bids
for said bonds at-thefr-office in Col
umbus, Polk County, North Carolina,
at two o'clock p. m.. May 22ndL 1920. ..
The purchaser to furnish legal opin
ion and to pay the expense ot print
ing bonds. Each bid is to be accom
panied with a certified check in the '
sum of fifty dollars, and said bids to
be directed and iaarked to "Board of
Education; Columbus, - N. C, $3,000.00
Greens Creek School Bonds." The,
right is reserved to reject each and
all bids this the 19th day of April,
Board of iEducation of Polk County. .
By! E. McQueen Salley, M. D., Chm.:
E. W. S. Cobb, Clerk.
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Mexico's Capiur City; .
. Mexico City, the rnpltal of Mexico, t
a town of xoine historic Interest whl 1
Its cathedral is regarded .as the hand
somest church, tin the. American contl
nent ,The foundation stone of." thiK .
edifice was ltt;41n'15d3 on the site of
a former heathen-temple, phe national
musetiTO fWprt vrixh treasure of Ax
tee civiUzatiou, .and various memorials
cf tbft- hapless ..Maximilian ' and; the
beautiful !rtotta -lend a lussr to this
attractive dty. The climate Is c?od
end the population' about j471.00(X. coay
f whom are Americans and Genr.r.r.