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v. iicub r ienDye was
Spartanburg Wednesday. .
j a Steelman visited rela
. ZbL Asheville this week. ,
ue." Georgeanna LeCount left,
day for NautIC onn., where
.i ii soend the summer months.
mm W. N. Cobb, of Rowlands N.
uv g B- Bell and daughter, Miss
: 1 returned home, Saturday , from
(viVngton, D. C and Greensboro,
The bOy Otuma " v-i w uuo-
Tiipsdav in removine-the
ilv enife'-" 1 " - , . . :
hOOl nouse auu m b" i-ucjr
a good job and deserve much
';;e One of the boys s cald t. that
there were only 3,000,000 rocks to, be
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Marriott and
Jn "Car roll, left Tuesday for Ohio,
wliere they will spend thee summer
Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Jones,.; Miss
k'otherine Brown ana miss vaisy Mc
fee attended Memorial services at
Mill Spllllfi ouuu.a.j. v j; m?,;. ..
Hev. H. N. liowne and family re
turned from New York this week
ubere they naa oeen 10 accompany
the remains of Mrs. BowneB, cousin
who died in iTyon last winter... ut
Hon. T. T. Ballinger, ofAtianta-is
spending some time in Tryon with re
latives. 1 .. ' f -
Messrs. B. L. Ballenger and 'W..
Wilkins were in Columbia, ;S (X, F6n
business last week. ' i'xc. jy
Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster Seiarlesieft
Wednesday; for Osterville," Mass.;
wliere they will spend the . summer, c
Misses Mary . Lindsey s andr: Violet
Bray spent Tuesday with friends - in
Spartanburg, S. C-'-r-r-
Mr. W. H. Ward left Wednesday for
Chattanooga, Tenn., where he win
open a branch 'office for the Southern
Mercerizing Company. Mr. Ward's
family will remain in Tryon - until
their household effects reach Chatta
nooga before leaving to join him. The
people of Tryon are sorry ; to see
them leave. . . v " .
Mr. Gerald F. Stone twill leave on
Saturday for Chattanooga, where he
will be connected- with, the- Chatta
nooga office of the Southern- Mercer
Mrs. Geo. B. Cobb returned home
from a visit with relatives in Hender-
onville, Tuesday. : -
Miss Iva Eubank and Mrs. Lelia
Norman were guests of Henderson-
ville friends, Tuesday. ,
Miss "Margaret Lemort, of Hender-
sonville, was the guest of friends in
Tryon on Monday.
Mrs. A. L. Hill left Monday after
noon, for Mobile, Ala., from which
place she will accompany her sister
to New Orleans, where she will go
for a surgical operation at one of the
hospitals in that. city. As soon as
hef sister is able to return to her
home, Mrs. Hill will go to Corydon,
la., where she and her son and
daughter will spend the summer with
Mrs. Hill's father and brother.
Miss Pearl Keenan, who Is spend
ing the summer in Spartanburg, spent
Sunday with relatives in Tryon.
Miss Irene Hudson, pastor's assis
tant at the First Presbyterian church
at Spartanburg, S. C, spent several
days this week in Tryon, the guest of
Mrs. Nelson Jackson.
Hon. T. T. Ballinger, of Atlanta, is
in Tryon for a visit of several, days
He will remain until after the pri
mary. . -
Messrs. R. JR Ballinger and Julian
Hester left Wednesday for Toledo,
Ohio, to drive a couple Overland cars
from that place to Tryon.
The many friends of Miss Edith
ihurston were glad to see her in
Tryon again after spending the win
ter in Havana, Cuba. Miss Edith says
that her mother, who accompanied
her, enjoyed excellent health while
inj ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE
'Haying qualified as administrator
J of .the estate of Henry Holbert, de
ceased this is to "notify all who owe
Modern, nearly new bungalowb
residential part of Tryon, B-roomRi01? !ld 3?enry Holbert to make im-
and bath, second floor ceiled with1
space for two nice rooms, screened
porch, in rear, basement.
flowering shrubs, nice lawn, with
plenty flowers, , extra lot, firie views
of mountains. Several fruit tma
For full ..particulars write or phone
mediate settlement and all persons
haying claims against said Henry
Holbert must resent same to me.
within ' 12 months from this date or
they-will be debarred Worn collecting
This 4th" day of May, 1920. ;
. , . r : C L. McFARLAND.
it x Administrator
Ono. June . first L sold my entire in-v
terest InJ the Polk County Telephone
Company f to Mr. Louis A. Avant.
Tryon is . to be. congratulated in thus
permanently locating Mr. Avant and
also in having a Telephone expert in
charge ptvthis; system : t
v J. FOSTER SEARLES.
PUMP FOR SALEDdnble-acting,
deep well, Most-Foss &; Co., make.
Thirty feet of 'pipe. Price $8.00.
Apply at Crestwood . - 3t.
IT is interestin g to note that among the
; earlier Buick Valve-in-Head motor cars
manufactured there; are still hundreds of
rthese Modeis iri active daily service. This
wonderful ' endurance stamina consis
tent; performance is.so-well established and
maintained that the Buick car has become
a definite standard of motor car value.
Prospeitiye purchasers Buick owners- .
and .the exacting public, find that these '
Buick assets are the basis for the enviable
reputation of the Buick Valve-inrHead car
today this unusual efficiency, quality and
performance is found only in the Buick
Vaive-in-Head motor car.
PrictB f. o. b. Flint, Michigan
$1595.00 Model K-47
$1595.00 Model K-49
$2235.00 Model K.-50
Frteee Rvi.d April 1. 1920
When Better Automobiles are Built, Buick Will Build Them
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Trypnf N. C.
gone and that they both enjoyed their
winter in Cuba very much.