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Col' STY JDKie.i'm
r r Cloud returned last Friday
Ellis "u "UB uFouc"
i.' nctk to the new nost
WissEstel'e we lister expecis io
3 i latter part of tbe week
SS iu Hudersouville .
Ts is receiving tbe. Con-
. i 1?y.,i-i1 through t,hf
uT E. Jeuuiugs of .band rum has
' i chinfrla mill to Mrs.
ofle wile from Mill Spring.,
Miss Nora Cannon of Lyun, as-
1 . ..f In Triotif nt o wVtiv
h-is been 'sice at her home, has re
cureietl aud is. again at her post y
B p. Gibbs of -Miles ."City, Mon
uii, niid C. O. Tborne of biglake,
Wis , fwnweriy uj iUiavuuutj,uaio
receutly sent subscriptions ior ahe
Viss P.euola- McMurray of Uree,
Rutherford county, ana mihs Jtses-
iri,;f,.ci,lu rf TiirnarR TVlt
ouutv, are students at tlie Indus-
Hu'dilou Hill and wife have re
turned to Kutherford county, from
irov N. C, to. make their home.
fhev are expected nere tne latter
pail of this week to visit relatives.
nie post:offiee is now located in
be Imildiug- lately 1 occupied by
Xt J. P. Morns. Mr. Morris has
removed bis office, temporarily, to
the grand jury room in the court
His friends is Hendersonville will
regtet to learn tnat Alt. Hj. twen
uidfaniilv are soon to take tbeir.
epyrture from Hendersonvilie.
Mr. 0wea baa been manager ol the
Kobisou conipauv's art store aud
udertaking establishment for two
i i i i e -
ears aui uas proven iiinsen a use-
il and enterprising citizen to Hen-
cisouville. Mrs. Owens and the
diildren go to Middletown, 0., this
eek aud Mr. Owen will follow m a
couple of weeksj Hustler, 12thv
i. L McMurray has received bis
couimission as post-master at Col
umbus. The transfer was u-ade
ast Saturday. - '4e removal 1.
Hampton is the lesult of an om-
chl iuvestitfution of the ofhee last
ling, complaints having been jsei t
to the Depuriujeut uf U r tb small-
pox epideuiic of last-February, It
id bee u whispered lor some time
tut a change vas about to take
place, but ns uo.biug dennite w,s
auwu The Nlws refrained from
comment' until facts could be
W. T. Lindsey and family, who
bave jbeen visiting in Kentucky
several weeks returned home last
J. OL Wilson of Cleveland, O., a
Winer resident of Trvoii. was here
reciutiy. He has syld his. Up use
tiuiishaw hill to J. B. "Hester
Born to .Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jus
we,, a daughter. j
boru to Mr. and Mrs. Terrall
uretu, a ten pound daughter.
Dr. Edwards and wife visited rel
atives recently in liutheriordton. '
. M. Burgess and family of Col-
0. T. Baynard has bouiyht the
cotue formeriv owned "bv his
-ii, r Wru. liaynard. -,
hankie's nroDertV here has
lhe wnter spent a pleasant day
tbe hospitable home of Esq. Jno.
vupenter last Sunday. Other
ytswere W. K Edwards and
. Last Sunday night a thief broke
u. Fosters store and stole
or eight dollars worth of
fcwoaa. This is the second time the
been brpln into. Tb
hu . 18 a charm and ye rob-
- "uicn out, or jou will be si
,uu behiudthe "bars." r
swill be received from now antit th
ndayia December at the
ri office in r'rInrv,V
Pose .f ... . ' pur-
oofin; 'ttU w"u regular
offon i WUi we Ior tearing
bf9 uu covering with
outh of v; p d0. during the
permit het'ir thf weather will
U. 1JUBOE8S, . ,
Clerk to B. Q. C
PRESBYTERIAN-T. C. Choker, Pastor.
Preaching every third Sunday, 11 A.M.
and at night
1 Sabbath school at 10 A. M.
BAPTIST. Rev. MiRiax YVHrMaiDE, of
Coiumbns, Pastor. Preaching every
second and fourth Sunday at 11 a. m."
and .the Saturday afternoon pre viona.
Sunday school every Sunday 10 A.k
QUEEN RIVER ...CIRCUIT METHO
DIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH.
Rev. W. H. Perry, PKtor, Mills
Spring N. C.
THE . YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY OF
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Mr. J.
-P.. Morris, President. It meets
every Sunday evening at 7 p. in. at the
-Institute building.. All are cordially
.. invited to 'attend.
C. C, Constant, enters feix (6) acres of
land in Columbus and Tryon townships
on WuteijP of Pacoletv adjoining lands of
H..N. JCeller and others. Enteied on the
yth day of November, 1903.
F. M. Burgess,
Register, of Dejjds and Entry laker.
Gulf Coast Resorts, Mobile,
Orleans, Mexico and California
Winter Tourist tickets now on sale to
the noted resorts of the Gulf Coast und
Mexico and California. Tickets on sale
via Southern Jiailway up to and including I
April 30, 1904. limited to May 31, 1U04,
tor return passage.
Elegant train service. The route of the
'Washington and Southwestern Limited"
and "Sunset Limiled."
Ask nearest Ticket Agent for detailed
information and descriptive matter.
We have made arrangements
whereby we can offer the following
The Atlanta Constitution, (The great
Southern weekly) and The News . .'.'$1.50
Sunny South and The News $1.50
The Polk County News, '
Columbus, N. C.
Of SPARTrsBLRG, S. C
For two days .
November 26th & 27th, 1903.
Prepared b male and mend
plates, fill teeth with gold,
'silver and bone fills. A
painless and harmless method
of extracting teeth. Diseases
of little children treated.
Also diseases of the mouth.
Careful and painstaking with
Call and you will be Pleased.
Old Sores, Itching Piles,
ABSOLUTELY CURED. '
f 26 AND SO CENTS A BOX.
Sold by all DrutfrUts. Take no other.
Old Family Remedy 2S years.
- Wood's Seeds.
Will yield under fevomblecondj
tions 8 to 10 tons of green food per
acre or U to 2 tons of hay and
fawortti at a feezing crop, $20.,
to I k per acre. FmlTnforinaUon
contained in our Fal Catelogue
just issued, which we will mail free
Wood' Fall Catalogue aisp tells
iVbout Vegetable and Farm
5eeda for Fall PlanU Seed
WheatOaU, Rye, Barley,
Vetches, Grass and
Clover Seeds, etc
Write for Fall Catalogue and
prices of anyfieeds desired.
1VW. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
LIVERY AND 1 FEED STABLE
New Uig and Good
Eifliug or Driving";
Animals for Kent.
Good Conyeyances for
Mountain Parties i :
A u li 19 a .
Prompt A 1 1 e .n t io n "
Given Telephone and
Mail Orders ! : : .
COLUMBUS, ' nAg.
D, F. MORROW
RUTHERFORD! ON,n. CI
Will practice in the Courts of Rutherford and
adjoouiiic comities. j u
"Ai: bupjneps entrusted to him will ihave prompt
and careful attention. ' ' 'j- -J. .
Office i . jciir of litnk of Rathtfordton.
, NOTICE .TO CREDITORS -Having
qualified as adminikrator with
the wdl annexed, of the Lakk Will and
tehtament of MaryN L. sCarntndfceasrtl,
this is to notify all persons halving claiins
against said estate to present the same for
payment on or before the' luthj dayUrf Oct
obei, 1904, or this notice will '.ibe plead in
bar of their recovery. : 411 persons in
debted to said estate will please make im
mediate payment. I;
Warren A. Fisher,
This Oct. 10; 1903. . i dmfnistrator?
In the Superior Court,
Before the lerk.
By their Agtlnt
Wm. Green way )
J. B. Greenway
J. V GreenM'ay
W. G. Greenway
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Polk county in the above entitled
cause, dated October 29, 1904 autorizing
the undersigned to sell the laud described
in the petition in" said cau-ie, for the pur
pose of making uu iquiiuble jpartition of
said lands among the heirs at common.
Thiyeforfj in accordance with Said decree,
J will sell on Monday, Deceuiher 1 the 7th
I9v3;at the court house door in' Columbus,
Polk county, N. C, at public outcry and
to the highest bidder, all of said lanls. de
scribed in the petition, viz: A tj-act of land
lying and being in the county of Polk and
scute of North Carolina i and .bounded as
follows; Beginning at a stake on the bank
of creek on John Abrums line), thence S;
47 W. 28 poles to a .stake add pointers.
ythence S 4o W . 20 pole to R O; murked' W
wuere me lines luierseci, iuenc; o xo su
34 poleH to K O'by the -dry pdnd. thence
N 74 E 185 pules to a stake, tlienee S 5 W
lcc P , tb4nc . N 4oE jL9 poles
to a K O, thice S E 14 poles to a dea
oak, theuctf with ohn6vn's old Jiht N jftr
E (6 iK)le to ff dogwood oh I the ciiiek,
thence np the creek; as it meanders to the,
coutaimu:' 104 acres 'more or
a i 1 i
less, estimated ty u plat No. 335 when
granted to John Ny hiesies. . f
ljact No. 2. "A tract contiguous to tract
No. 1. adjoining lands of Johii Greenway
and others, bounded as iollowsi Beginning
on a chestnut, thence north 5tf E. 72 pol58
to a stake on William iGreenway's line, I
thence with his line 8. 23 W. !il poles to a
stake, thence N. 72 W. 1U poles hi a stake
on Jackson s line, thence b. .7 K.;lo poles
to the beginning, containing 61-2' acres'
more or less. Said sslei to be made dur
ing the legal hours for! sales: Terms of I
sale strictly cash. ' i j I.
, J. Pi Morris,
This October 2nd 1903. L 1
When writing to advertisers please
- j : I . i -
mention The News. - j -
k0RTGAGE SAl -
By virtue of the power contained in. a
certain mortgage executed onfthe bth day
of vlpril, 1807, by J, A. McCrajv and wife,
Elizabeth McCrew. to R. L. Hamilton, to
secure the indebtedness iof $287.50, which
mortgage is of record in Polk county in
Book 1, Page, 575, and default having
been made in the payment of the said in
debtedness, we, the undersigned exe&utors
of R. L. Hamilton, deceased, will on Mon
dav. Dec. 7, 1903, within the flegal hours
of sale, offer for sale to the highest bidder
for cash, the following j described lands,
viz: Lying on Alls ton's Creek! in Polk
county, adjoining lands of Jl B.Turner,
W. M. Justice et al, and known as the
Carson Place and bounded as follows: Be-
ginniug at a white-oak bn baki of creki
thence east, 40 poles to a stjake, thence
south 127 poles to a stake thence wet 127
Doles to a take, thence north .127 poles to
a stake, thence east 871 poles j the begin-1
ning, containing 100 acres moiie w less
1. V. MCLiAIS,
S. A. Hamilton,
J. E. Shipman, Att'y.
This 5th of November, iuo?j
Uv virtnfTuf the ix) we r contained in a
certain mortgage executed bf, T. F. Mills
ami wifev M. A. Mills, on. the iR)th day of
in A dnPB nf Hr.0 which mort- 1
aane is duly recorded - in Mortgage Book
No. 1, at rage 6o ot ine recoras oi ieea8
SiSeint ot tie&iii.
r M. hi rl A v. December 7th li)0d. within
i, hours of sale offer for sale to the
highest bidder, 1-4 cash. Sbalahce si
months time cood security, the property
conveyed by said mortgage and described j
in said mortgage, reference, Book 1, Page j
Ivine in Cooper Gap! Township,
Conunty of Po!k, joining lands of Mills'
hfirs. Jessie Green and the Egerton lands,
known as the tract I bought of Dock Mills
called the Mills' tract. j. ; ,
. S. . M .Laughtkb ,
. fit. in19' ... -
. BRINQERS s LtOCALS,
Ads Under This Head Five Cents Per
Line Cecil Insertion.
, CO-ttN or other produce will he received
in payment of subscriptions to The News.
JUST. ARRIVED. A shipment of
Kelly's Axes. Trtox Supi-ly Co. .
. - ' .
YOU. ought to see our lino of pretty pearl
handle knives. Tiivos -tSvifW Co.
WANTED. 100 - - bundles of fodder
Apply at The News office.
' CALICO 4 cents, OUTING 5 cents at
O. 'hvBATKW's ,MiU Spring, N. O.
WE have tne agency for the famous
Bock Hill buggies. Tbou Supply (Jo.
i . '
STOVES or tinware for cash or install-
ments. ; Tbyon Suppi y Co.
FOK SALE. Jitove, table, chahs, chif
founier, rolf-top desk, etc. inquire of
E. C. TdwsssND, Lynn, N. C.
: W;J4N'ED TO BUY Shucks, Haj
and Wheat Straw. Highest market price
paidl--Pp. H. McDonnau, Tryon, N. C.
WRITING PAPEK and Envelopes foi
sale at Th Ne.ws oflice. The quality h
good' and the price is ttmall. Dou't lorgei
us when yon need. any. r
O. T. Baynard and It. A. Turner entei
one hundred (10 J) acres of land dn. the1
waters of Green liiver adjoining lands ot
James Whiti side, TV" M. Ruppe, Jacob
Ruppe's place and others Entered on thi
20th day of Oct. lji3;
t . F. M, :BUBGESS,
Register of Deeds anil Entry taker.
The "Land of the Sky"
and "Sapphire Country,"
IDEAL WINTER RESORTS-
The Southern Uailway reaches the ideal
winter resorts of the "Land of the Sky"
aud ;th 4 -Sapphire Country," including
Ahhejiile, Hot Spriugs, Hendersonville,
Brevard, 2oxaway and Tryon, N. C. 21e
climate of this section is unparalled, suit
able for invalid, athlete or sportsman, and
offeis eyi;ry Charm of an ideal Winter Re
sort. p Elegant tourist hotels. Through
Sleeping Cars from principal cities. ,
5'ourist Ticket now" on sale at very 'low
rateiP' Ask hearest Ticket Igent for de
tailed information and descriptive
ffiii e S te lm .Lanndry,
J, HICHOV4, Prep.
heville; n. cx
Lauhdrv sent Wednesday p.
pie turned Saturday a. m.
AGENTS IN POL COUNTY :
THORNE Jc BOONE, Saluda,
', v. - , .:.
E. E. IdlSSILDINE Tryon.
Jan. 1st, 1904
Donotbq deceived by those who ad-
vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for
$20.00. This kind or a macnine can
be bought from us or any of our
' dealers from $15X0 to $13.00.
WE MAM KVtmVTf.
THE mXI HOilE ?! THE BEST.
The Feed determines the strength or
waknesB of Bewfnsf Machines. The
I w.iv vul mmhtnoH with nthr
I fitnme points makes the New Home
the best Sewing Machine to buy.
showing; the dif
ferent styles of
we manufacture and prices before purchasing;
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