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GO I) Nil
yvoM all Parts of
ol NTy Briefly Told.
T 'K 'Shipnmn spni. the
.j,,.,' the 'Uusbueli cottage on.
Hon- J- ! M1Tis au1 re
itlv visite! friends and ieKtives
L. Mc Murray bas resigned
his position as clerk in the store of
the Trvon" Hosiery Go. , -.
Lee Morris of Rutherford county
hvnthei' of Hon. J. ?. Morris, is
attemhng school at the Institute.- ,
pr. ami Mrs. J. 0. Hughes of
Hartfonl, K:m., arrived at the liome
oi atid Mrs. Hughes JastFri
la evening for au. extended visit.
Misses Docia and E-va Hall, late
stih'eiits at the Iust'.tute are ai
teiiilin .school in their home dis
trict during the public, school'
K. A. Leonard of Lynn wag" in
town vesterday. Mr. Leonard is a
professional wall paper hanger and
jutt nor ih corator. See his ad elsc"
vbeiv in this issue.
Anybody with half an eye can
pee Floyd Liles ad in this issue.
Peal what he has to say and save
jijoney. You are cordially invited
to isii his establishment, when hi
J. V. Newman was kept busy
the past week hauling cotton seed
hulls and meal from' Campobella,
('., for a uuiuler of our town
people. If you need any hauling
done, see him.
. Att'y J. P. Morris is in receipt
of a uuniher of letters from parties
in Cleveland and aoVjaceut couuties
waking inquiries for farms and
tiuibc-'r lands l. for sale in Polk
corinty.- ISee his ad-, in another
They have early breakfast at the
Porniitory, but not quite as early
as 12:30 a. m. Two of the students:
who burn the midnight oil, aroused
the other students at the bo3's'
q miters one bright night recently,
and informed them that the rising
bell had rung, Two or three of
the boys jumped up, hnstled on
thir cl thes and hurried to the
Dormitory only to find everything
still and dark within.' Thev meekly
crept back to bd aniid shouts of
laughter from the otlm boys and
ni)v they await the appearance of
th- tiery ori of day, instead of
trusting the veracity of the other
boys or the feeling of -emj)tiness
within, to waru them of tbe ap
piuuciiiug breakfast hour.
Linn "Waldrop is sulTering from
a sprained aukie. -
A Fruit Agent was in our village
lsst week delivering trees.
Miss Jessia Sifton- has returned
from an extended visit to relatives
at Easlev, S. 0.
Ben. T. Boone and little Grace
Thome, of Saluda, visited parents
and grandparents here Sunday.
Mis. M. E. Stevenson and' Miss
.toary Stevenson, of Lo Cabin Inn,
eie quests at the Mile Inn lastf
G, o. B. Logan, one of the Col
ttmbus students, spent jbu few days
ifecentlv with his uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Boone.
flip Mill Spring public school
opt'-iied Monday with" twenty-iive
scholars enrolled, and more, ex
pfcfted. Miss Sitton is teaching at
tlie McDohuald schooL "
Uev..V. H. Perry, left on the
10th- to attend the annoa. North
jWolina Confereiice, which is to
'."elield at High Point Mrs. Perry
has born successful ia her effort, to
j'aise funds to purchase new furni-
&ro ful' the parsouage here."" We
K.lad to relate "that she is im
1'V)m,i. and we hope to soon have
:L'uiu iu our midst. v
1 nt re was quite a large crow"d inj
" dance at the Missionary Rally
at hethlehem Sunday and the andi
was much interested in the
0r,n service, the valedictory
delivered by our competent
: u,i much loved pastor, Rev. V. H.
lr.v. His discourse" w
Ill ir ... 1
The day was
"ts" jS oaikiu auu
. -M'auce lectures. 'Mrs. W. A.
U0D Presided at the organ.
, e speakers were Messrs'. Jno. D.
Renter, R K. Finger, aud Kev.
-rt Powell. We extend thanks
friend Baptist and Presbyterian
and for taeir assistance
W atteudance. The day was
- u unity and love.
'miUii' Tirvrirrxr 'rr.r ,- f - : Ay:r -'-y-- : e 1 -' ' . '. 1 i - ' . ii. i i ,
Miss Ella Gilbert is visiting her
aunt at Iaiuan, S. C., this week. ,
Mr.and.AIts. V. R Cole went to
h mHrvillp s; c tu' 3-
. M'sses Martha and Amanda
Tones, of Brooklyn, S. C, were
guests of -Mrn. Geo A.; Bi xnscom
- James Monis, formerly the
wagouer for the Mfdviu Hill M'f'g
and' (Supply Co., has moved away
and a Mr. Green way ha'3 taken his
Samuel Gilbert and his two
brothers had spleudid successj
uuntmg. bnturday . They killed
seven teeu; rabbits, three partridges
and a squirrel. ;; :
The young people gathered at
the school house' Sunday evening
and engaged in a . song service,
tie v. S. P. Jones, of Brooklyn, S.
C, was "present and offered a very
beautiful, and teeliug prayer at the
close of the service. He stated
that he is goiug to California with
in" a fewr days.
. Some of the children here were
very much amused Monday at see
ing a doz driving a wagon to null.
He was sitting in the wagon hold
iug the reins in 'his mout!i 'and
seemed to knowvhis business quite
well. One of the boys called out:
"Raise , your hats to that gentle
man in the wagon." v- .
C. C. Constant en tew six (fi) acres of
land ia Colambn and Tryan townships
oa wateip of Pacolet, adjoining Lmds of
H. N. Keller and others. Enteted on the
9tlj day of November, 1903.
F. M. IiURGESSi
Register of Deeds und Entry Taker.
PRESBYTERIAN T. C. boker, Pastor.
Preaching every third Sunday, 11 A.M.
and at night
Sabbath school at 10 A. I ,
BAPTIST. Rev. Marion Whites! m, of
Columbus, l'ator. preaching every;
second and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m.,
and- the Saturday, afterkioon previous.
Sunday school every Sunday at 1U A. M.
.GREEN RIVER CIRCUIT METHO
DIST Li iSC OPAL CHURCH SOUTH.
Rev. YV. 11. Perky, rtor, Mills
Spring, N. C.
THE YOUNG PEOPLES' SO J IETY OF
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Mr.
P. Mokeis, President. It meets
every Sunday evening at 7 p. m. at the
Institute building. All are c'dially
invited to attend.
The-Gulf Co 1st Resorts, Mobile, New
Orleans, Mexico and California
'Winter T mrist tickets no v oa sale to
the noted resorts of the ulf Coast i nd
lexico aud California. Tickets on sale
via Southern A'aiiwav up to and including
April .;,xrj)i, limited to .nay ol, I . U-i,
for return passage,
Elegant iraiu s-rvice. The route of the
"Washington and So?ath western Limited"
and "Sunset Limned.
Ask nearest Ticket Agent for detailed
information and descriptive matter.
We have made arraugeinents
whereby we can offer the following
The -Atlanta Constitution, (The great
Southern .weekly) and The News ... $1.50
The Sunny South and The News. . , ..$1.50
TnE Polk County News,'
Columbus, N. C.
Old Sores, Itching Piles,
V 23 AND 5d CENTS A BOX.
Sddty all Drugjrista. Take no other.
Old Family Remedy 25 years.
villi yield under favorable condi
tions 8 to 10 tons of green io6d per
acre, or 1 J to 2 J tons of liay and
is worth as a fertilizing crop, 10.
to $25. per aere. Full information
is contained in our Fall Catalogue
just issued, which we will mail free
upon request. ;
Wood's Fall Catalogue also tells
all about Vegetable and Farm
Seeds for Fall Planting, Seed
Wheat,'Oats, Rye, Barley,
Vetches, Grass and
Clover Seeds, etc.
Write for Fall Catalogue and A
prices of any Seeds aesireu.
T. W. WOOD & SONS, "
Seedsmen, f Richmond, Va.
LIYERY AND FESp . STABLE.!
: New Uigj and iGood '
Hiding or Drivihg ;
Animals for- it rut.
.Good Conveyiancy for
, Mountain Paitiei - ;
h jl tj x irfe?. 6
Prompt A t te n f on
Mail Orders ! : : : ' -.
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D, F. MORROW . ::
RUTHERFORD! ONt N. C h
VV'iU practice in tbe Court of Rutherford and
tiujo Aiiig eouiitiw. - ' : uuu
All Dunnp en trust oil to nira vjiJl :ij:lVe prhinpt
una enretui tii.-nti.ii. ; '
e.tr i,i y.nk o-'Ilntherfor.lttiii.. '
NOTICE TO-ltEDlTOBS-. :
Having qualified us administrator ith
the will ahnexed, of the iast Will smd
testament 'of Mury L. jCaj-jith, deciKf-d,
this is to notify:, ail persons paving claims
Hgainst said estate to present the same for
payment on or before the l'jth day of Oet
obei, 1904, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery, j Af persons, in
debted to said estate will plfase inake'im
Wake en 1. FjisiiEi?,
This Oct. 10, 1908.
SALE OF LAND FOIl
North Carolina, In the Superior Court,
lUford the Clerk.
Wiu. Green w.iy
J. ii. Gieenway
J. W. Green way
liy virtue of a decree o the Superior
L'oim of l;ik county in jthoiib. vv eiitidid
Ciiuse, dated Octobt-r k), .it
the undeisigaed to neil the
ill liir JJUHIUUI 111 JltIH.1 UUi.-iC
lor the pui
pjse of mu&iu'g, aii 'ttp.jtublf
siai lands among tlu heirs
Thv lvfore in acewrdanc.il wi
i wnl seil on Motu.ay, Df. t
it)j,j, at the court house duiui
l'oik county, N. C, at in-'-!
I said decree,
II .Coin uiiius.
" uu.ciy an
ii'i taiijls de
Uact of land
to the higiietst bidder, all - u; j
scribed in the i)etiiiun, viz: ij
lyiog aui being in the counj.t Polk and
s.ate of North Carolina jami
follows: iieginning at a st;ikd
on the bank
of creek oik John Abiaius 1:
he, thence S.
47 W, 'ZiH poles to ..a stalce I
thace v' . 2lJ pole!-' to II
0 warked W
where the. lines .iiitersee$, ' tldenee S 15 E
ol poles toli O by the jclry pond, thence
N 74 18") p..iW: to u , siuke4 tjac iice S it V
20 poles to a V O, tbnee N 4" E ID pples
10 a U O, th rice S o. E 14 poles to u dead
oak, thenc; v.iiu Johns b's 6ld Jin - K 2j
E tC poles to a dowtkl on the creek,
thence up Jhe creek as it: mtjt ndars to the
oeinnin coa.ui-iiijig 1U1 acies n'ie or'
less, estimated by a plat N$. J5 when'
grnrrted to John vrhiesi(le's. i f
iaact io. 2- A tract cuniijuous to tract
io. 1, afl;oinrng lau is hi lot u Green -vay.
and others, t)onnded as follow: beginning
on a chestnut, thence noith $) E. ' J poles
to a staiie on wnliaiu Gieitln way's line,
thence with Lis ane 3 W
1 poles to a
stk, thence N. 7:i W. 11) ph'
es to a shike
E. 1(5 ioks
on Jackson s uire. tnence! -JS.;
to tne beginning, contaihing
mire or less, haid ssie jto ll
;le made dur-
inp; the leal hours for salt
b. . TeriBS of
sale strictly cash. j
This October 2nd 1903. I
When 'writing to advertisers pleaxe
"mention Tlie News.
By virtue of the power . coutained in a
certain mortgage executed o
1 the 8th day
of Jpril, 1897, hy J. A. McCiiiw aud wife,
Elizabeth McCraw, to R, L Hamilton, to
secure the indebtedness of $387.50, which
mortgage is of record in Polk county in
Book 1. Page, 57-'), and dtjfault llaving
been made in the payment o : the said in
debtedness, we, the undersigned executors
of K. Ii. -Hamilton, deceased will on Mon
day, Dec. 7, 1903, within the legal hours
of saltv oiler for sale to the li ghest bidder
for cash, the following described lands,
viz: Lying on Allston'si (reek in Polk
county, adjoining lands of J. B. Turner,
W. M. Justice -t al, and . known as the
Carson 1 1 ice and bounded as follows: Be--ginniirg
a a "nhite-oa'i on lr-nk of cre-k,
thence east, 40 poles to-a state, tnence
south 127 poles to a stakej, thejnee west 127
poles to a t-take, thence hoi til 127 poles to
a stake, thence east 87 iiok$ -the begin
ning, containing 100 acres more or less.
T. V. 1VICU-AINT f fc,
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x 5. a. riA.iiiiXON?
J. E. Shipniau, Att'y. - . ;
Tnis 5th of November, 1903
Jan. 1 S01 r to S. M . Laughter to secure-an
ijage is'dnly recorded in Mortgage Hook
Nq. 1, at, rage 326 of the recovjeis f-Deeds
for Polk coiiDty and default; having been
made in the payment ot tthe same, i win,
on Mpndaj', - Dof uilier 7th 40, within
the legal hour of sale offer for sale tohe
highest bidder, 1-4 cash, balance ; six
months time good securityi the property
conveyed by said mortgage; and described
in said mortgage, reference, .'Jtook 1,'Tage
IvimV in Cooper Gap Tosciiship,
1 Vnnntv of Polk, joining lands of Mills'
heirs Jessie Green and the Egerton lands,
" " " " " fr
Si l ' v
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certain mortgage executed byj T. F, Mills strong points makes the New Home
known as tne traci a uougm 01 uw. vml
called the Millsvtract. . . - 'i :,
, . " S. M. IiArOHTEB, .
, . , Mortgagee. -
This Nov. 5th 1903. 4 -
1 . ARB
Ads Under Tis HeaU rive Cents Per
' CORN or orher produce will be received
in paynieut oi suijfc.'jiiptions to T11& jnews.
J (JST A U RIVED. A shipment of
Kelly's Aves. iRYOis -. Supt X.Y Co.
. "OU ought to see our line of pretty pear
handle knives. 'iiiioN Scily Co.
1Q0 bundles of fodder
Apply at The NEys ofhee. -
CALICO 4 tents, OUTING 5 cents at
O. T. Raynard's .Mill Spring, N. C.
. WE have ,the agency for the famous
Rock Hill buggies. Trs ion Supply Co.
; STOVES or tinware- for cash or install
ments. ; Tryon Si:ppiy Co.
DRJERIWETHER'S next appoint
ment in Tryon will be lomtay, 11 ov em
ber, lUih. ' . '' .
V1N'D TO BUY Shacks, Tmy
and Wheat Straw. Highest market prioet,
paid. P. H. McDo.s.sai), 2Vyou, N. C.
WRITING PAPER and Envelopes 101
sale at The News -office. -The quality i
good and' die price is small. Don't forget
us when you need any. ,
O. T. Baynard and R. A. Turner entei
one hundred (10.)) acres of land oii-lhe
watfrs tf Grten River adjoining lands oi
-James Wniuside, T.j M. . Ruppe, Jat'-ol-'
Jliuppt'ts p.laee una others. Enteied on th,
UOtii' day of Oc'i. ii-u3.
F. M. Burqess,
Register of Deeds and Eatry taker. I
The "Lend of the Sky"
und r' Sapphire Country."
IDEAL WINTER RESORTS-
The Southern Haihvy reachei the ideal
winter' resivrts of the "Land of the Sky''-,
ai d -the fckipphiie Country," inciuding
Ameviiie, LotT Springs, Hendersouville,
I'reVard, Toxaway and Tryon, i. C. i he
6"inuate of thit. t-eCtion is unpai ailed, suit
able for invalid, athlete or sportsman, and
offeis every charm, of an ideal Wintef K
sort. Elegant toiirist hotels. Through
Sleeping Cars troui jaincipal cities.
Zyuiist Ticke's now on sale at vety low
rates. ;JLsk nearest 2'icket Vlgent tor de
tailed iiitormation i-.nd descriptive
AslieYille Steam haundry
j. A.'MCHOLS, Prop., '
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Laundry' sent Wednesday p.
.RsjUrned Saturday a. m.
AGENTS IN POLK COUNTY I -
THORN E & 1 JO ONE, Saluda.
E. E. IMISSILDINE, Tryon.
Jan, 1st, 1904
SEWING MACHINE -
Do not be deceived by those '"who ad
vertise a $60.00 Sewing 3Iachyie for
20.00. This kind of a machine can
be bought from uatn any of our
dealejs from $15.00 to $18.00. .,
we mak& a Variety. - i- f
THE HEW HOmE IS THE BEST.
The'Feed determines the strength or
weakness of Sewing Machines... The
showing the dlf-
rerent styles or
we manufacture and prices before purchasing
THS HEW HOME SSWIM HAGHIMS GO.
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