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' Published every Friday . at
TRYON. NORTH CAROLINA
Entered aa aeeond-claas matter April 28, 1915
at tk port office at Tryon, North Carolina, un
to act of March 3, 1879
B. F. COPELAND,
c. bush. - ;
, - Editor
Subscription $2.00 per V ear
OBITUARIES, CARDS OF THANKS,
B aotationa of Respect. Church or Lodgre Notices
where an admission fee ia charged, or for financia
rainT willbecharared.resrular advertiains rates of
lv cent per line.
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.
tS6 WeatlSth Street. New Tork City, ia our aole
and excluaire Foreign Advertiaiiyr Agent.
"Long May It Wave."
' Don't forget5 that War Savings
Stamps are still on sale at all the
Latest Dress dispatch: '.'Woodrow
-Wilson, who is employed in Paris, is
spending the week-end m washing-
4- ff ..,..
v Rev. Mr. J. H. Griffith will address
the teachers of Polk County at the
Teachers meeting to be held nt Co
lumbus on. Saturday, March, 14. The
attendance of every teacher in Polk
County is desired. -
FARMER'S TOWNSHIP MEETING
The farmers in every township of
Polk county are asked to meet County
Agent, J. R. Sams, and probably oth
ers, at the following places and times
Greens Creek, Greens Creek High
School, Monday, March l'Oth, 1 o'clock
p m. . " - ' ,
White Oak, Mill Spring school
house, Wednesday March 12th, 1
o'clock p. m.
Cooper Gap, Sunny View school
House, Friday, March 14th, 1 o'clock
p. m. ' - -
Tryon, Tryon High School building,
Monday, March 17th, 1 o'clock p. m.
Saluda, Friendship church, Wed
nesday, March 19th, 1 o'clock p. m.
Columbus, Court House, Saturday,
March 22nd, 2 p. m. ; - -
Jhe purpose of these meetings is
to take up the various questions now
before the attention of the farmers of
the county, and arrive at" some defi
nite course of procedure. There are
so many important things to be con
sidered that no farmer can afford to
miss these meetings.
Ladies especially are invited. Mat
ters of great importance to the wives
and daughters of farmers ; will be
To the citizens of North Carolina
and Polk county of an application for
Notice Is hereby gi'cn that a peti
tion is being circulated and that ap
plication will be made to the Governor
cf North Caroiiiu for the pardon of
Andy Laughter, who was convicted &t
the fall term: i'JU, of the Superior
Court of Polk county of murder in the
second degree and sentenced to twen
ty years in the State's prison.
All persons opposing the granting
of said pardon are requested to for
ward their objection to the Governor
This 7th day of February, VVl.
M AGSIE BAU MUBRCSK
FOR SALE: Pigs, good . stock,
$15.00 to $20.00 per pair. J. M. Hea
ron, Saluda.N. C.
To provide for the Issuance of Fund-,
.ling Bonds tor the i Town or oaiuaa,
. .and for the Payment ot the Princi
. . pal. and Interest Thereof.
WHEREAS, The Town of Saluda
is indebted to S. H; Slaughter and
Carolina State Bank in the sum of
Three Thousand Dollars, as evidenced
by promissory notes of said Town,
which said indebtedness was incurred
for necessary expenses of said Town
and the notes issued for same on
the 13th day of December 1913, and
jn the 26 days of June,. 1915 and 1916
And whereas, there are no funds
available to pay said indebtedness and
it is necessary that bonds of the said
Town be issued f or jlhe payment, the
said indebtedness being now due and
demand having been made for pay
ment pf the same.
Now, therefore, the Board of Com
missioners of the TO wn of Saluda do
ordain. . - ' L " 4 - :
Section 1. That for the purpose of
providing funds for the payment of
the outstanding indebtedness of m the
Town of . Saluaa, as set forth in' the
preamble above, negotiable serial cou
pon bonds of the town of Saluda, to be
designated as Funding Bonds, be is
sued in a sum not to exceed Three
Thousand Dollars, bearing interest
at a rate not to exceed six per cent
per annum, and maturing within the
maximum period of 1 ten years.
Section 2. That-the shortest per
iod in which the debt can be finally
paid without making it unduly bur
densome on the tax j payers . of the
municipality is ten years. '
Section 3. That in each year
while any of said bonds shall be out
standing, a' tax shall be levied and
collected in accordance with law to
pay the principal and interest of said
bonds as the same shall fall due.
Section 4. .That a statement of the
debt of the Town of Saluda has been
filed with the Clerks of said Town,
pursuant to the Municipal Finance
Act of 1917, and is now open to in
spection. , , Section 5. That the average as-,
sesed valuation of property subject to
taxation by the Town of Saluda for
the three fiscal years in which taxes
were last levied, being the years 1916,
1917 and 1918, as shown by statement
filed with -said Clerk is $280,270.33.
Section 6. That the . amount of
said municipal debt 6f said municipality,-authorized
or 'to be authorized
as shown by said statement is $24,-
Section 7. That the bonds when is.
Don'titrifle with, a cold
You fcan't afford to:fisk
Keepr always at hand a
-box cfg ' ;i: ;
Standard cold 'remedy for 29 years In tablet
form safef sure, no opiates breaks up a coid
in 24 hours-r-reUeves grip in 3 4ays. Money
back if it fails. The genuine box has a Red top,
with Mr. Kili'a picture. At All Drug Stores.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Department of 'State.
To All -Whom These Presents May
Come GREETING : v : ,
Whereay, it appears to my satis
faction, bf. duly authenticated record
of the proceedings for the voluntary
dissolution' thereof by the .unanimous
consent of: ,all the stockholders," . de
posited iiitflniy office, that the Saluda
Phannacyjilnc., a corporation . of
this Stat: whose principal office is
situated in the town- of Saluda,- coun
ty of Polk State of North Carolina
(G. E. Lie being the agent therein
and in clfsrrge thereof,' upon whom
process liff be served), lias complied
with the 'Requirements of Chapter 21,
Revisal. of 1S05, entitled "Corpora
tions," preliminary to the issuing of
this certificate of dissolution :
Now, therefore, I, J. Bryan Grimes,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify
that the said corporation did, on the
17th day - of February, -1910, file in
my office a duly-executed and attest
ed consent! irt writing to the dissolu
tion of saio! corporation, executed by
all of the Stockholders thereof, whicn
said consent and the record of the pro
ceedings aforesaid are now on file i:.
my said olfice as provided by law.
In testimony whereoi, I have here
to set-mylliand and affixed my official
seal at Raleigh, this 17th day of Feb
PJ. BRYAN GRIAiES, .
Secretarv of State.
Have you perfected arrangements for rent or sale Qverbrook Or- Clerk of said 't own and shall be issued
in such denominations as the Board
for your ; "Victory Garden ?" If you chard Saluda N. C.
haven't it is high time you attended! - M ,
to this matter.
Eecs of Mottled Ancona chickens of Commissioners 1 shall by resolution
for sale, $1.50 per setting of 15 eggs, provide.
I Ti TX i 1 rr XT r 1 Jni4inl U 'I hnf
"JNortn Carolina wwns au warn V" a' : :W: r. Il t. k rnCC
tt i.it n ii. t :n 1 rur i3ait; i wiic v iuiiii . out; ivcii- 1
CRizeT1USely guTs invisible typewriter, bothin -dings on three sra days and
thp rrpws o-PTitlP rpadr. conaiuon. xuquire dox mo, C5a-
Miss Pue of Baltimore who
luda. N. C.
has! I have buyers for a few small ira-
Wn visitino- friends in Trvon for I proved; farms near Columbus. Write ' .
some time .'was called home Monday, me -what you have price and terms. SLfo0g
"A hog for eyery person in
United States" is the slogan of
U. S. Depatment of Agriculture. Of Asheville, N. C.
cuurse una iuccuis ux me iuui jcggcu
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Habibullah Kohn the Amir of Af
Ghistan was murdered on
and shall not be submitted to the vot
ers of the Town. i
I, G. R. Little, propose the adoption
omg ordinance, tnis tne
G. R. Little, Commissioner.
WANTED: To buy lumber of all! The foregoing ordinance was pro-
kinds and would be interested in buy-j posed by G. R. Little on the 7th day
ing the entire cut of several mills, of January, 1919, atva meeting of the
Address R. F. Whitmer, Inc., Box 421 1 Board of Commissioners of the Town
43-4w- I of baluda on said date, present, M. A.
Fnr Snip- "Pnrnlinfl TTnTnnnv" n iace, iiayor, ana Lr. K. JLlUie, J. U.
Music book, for which we have flat- lr00Fr 5 F- Robertson and P. H.
tprino- tPBfiTATiiQi frnrvi mnciV fpnv.. VVard, Commissioners, and unam-
Februarv era who use it for pupils ready to mous adopted by the Board of Com
we do Play simple pieces; and from boards ssloners of the Town of Saluda af
20th. He had four wives, but we do
not , know
: to do with
tt1 j0 Cw , rr schools, patriotic and Sunday . school and th t1"1 on.tlAe Jan
to his friends for a Httle loan of fongs and scripture anthems. Send - xouowing ?ting in
$5,000,000,000 within a few days. lesumomais, or sena weive sc L'Tp'Un P i
Ye'll Una We hope you get it and be- stamps for sample copy. Leonard x 1- J-a:" 3 ' JV
lieve you will have no trouble in do- I ano wrKan ana rnonograpn Agency, -- w6.vy,, ".
ueye you win nave no xrouDie in ao 1 TjP.narH M ooiiehnrv AT n Notice of the pas5i.re of tins crdi
1I1K U. I ' " ' . not...! V,o,t; UlUl 4
rolk County News j four successive
weeks, beginning with the issue pub
lished the 7th day of February. 1919.
TT virfno ff Via nrvaran' rf cola nriri I Amr aif!n( yW mrsrsAl-er -.-,,ir4-'.-.
La HSZSJriX : 1 hW-fVslS tained in that certain Mortgage Deed ing the validity of! this ord;nance
Asheville is to have a -"Father and
son week." Oh mercy. We remem
ber the time, when about five minutes
NOTICE OF SALE.
was plenty. But a week of it?
' thank you.
executed by J. H. Metcalf and Mamie must be commenced within thirtv
Metcalf, his wife, to Edmond A. Em- J days after its last publication,
bury on the 6th day of September,! Approved: j .
IOr I l'ntcrocf cai1 mnvfmru Koitin fan-I T A C? A T) A fT7 lrtT "
. The V. S. Weather Bureau is
tempting to give the forecast
N0h wUrllma ai,Weik- ' m adce ardin-tie office of the Register of
now. We hope they hit it oftener I rw tiv rf kv
,ney uo wne? vney iry.n omy, mortgages No. 10 at page 396, de-
-VP I .vsi4- 4-U 4. 4-1
NOTICE OF SALE.
TT. 1 11 1 . 1
1 ijnnpr Ann nv virrno- nt nAwan
Qnna aSKS vf a? provided the undersigned will, sell at of contained in that ceSS
j w w d..vw -. w v . a aiiii 1111 .a- ill iiuiMr mi r 1 i-aiv e a -vk
1 14' ALTER JONES."'. '
JrTORNEY AT LAW
Qfflco up 8ta!r In
Jno. L Jackcen Ccr Bid's.
All Work Guaranteed
irst floor Wiik ins' store
MRS.' E. RHODES.
In Your Home
You lire cordially invited to come in, inspect
and; get our prices' on furniture. We have
just added this line ;and want you to see it.
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Iron Beds jc Tables
Rockers Dressers ;
Dining Chairs Mattresses
Kitchen Gabjnets Etc. Etc,
Qwr stock of Oik Hickory porch furniture is
the largest in the county. We want your
furniture trade arid will treat you right.
0 AThrift Stamp gives you the right: to n
U stand up when the otar dpangled Banner O
m An account at this bank classes you as
. ' J 1 1 ' - ', - 1 ' . . . -
one 01 me progressive ;ana substantial
citizens pf community. ; Nor ;better
S liime tKa&nlbw tostart that account. .
t-gme liftiifl let'slalk it oyefT ; .; .
It.1 TTT m T TmnTTl
- ... -.w. m m . iu J. JJ VHUAUVi .
make up the entire party out of the KTvJnx? vc Anxx ,n,n, I A. Smith, in the sum of $840.00 to se
uiuiepre congress ; at 12 c,clock the followine. de. I-- vTIZZaT
.land and premises conveyed scribed, and of record in Book No. 11,
id mortgage to-wit: . page i67 of the records for mort-
mu, uicoaiws 1 wuuw same Demg tne soutnwest corner 01 r payment of the nrincinal and a i-f
be to the entire country if some I Mrs. M T, TWp TAra int.- iy:nLxL.iie Pnncjpal and a part
. 1 .1 ...... 1 ' w . . 1 111 . Liit-- 1 1 1 1 jt rfj s 1. 11110 r.nprpnn rna n-n
oiners in tne senate should become 1 thence with thA said M. T,. Dnwe'sU:" : Lrrv :
temnorarilv tonjrae-tiP.H. 1 u", iI ' 7i, oY ucxoiicu , wxu ben ax, puwic auction L
jQfU&rsnlc c cr
'IfiYdB HC0RIC SERVICE
southern boundary line south 86 deg. to the highest bidder for cash, at the
"Storkerson lands on north coast of I of roadway: thence in eastern line of North Hnmiina 1 y'
; Alaska." says the headlines in Wed-1 roadway south 51 deg. 52 min. east I fpi n a v ' tvt a rrtr n -ini n ,
nesday's dailies.. Wonder if he has 90 feet; thence and still in eastern at 12 o'clock, noon if i, -frtii-i
anything to do with, the bird that lme of road south 3 deg. 21 min east scribed oarcel and trat
makes such mysterious visits in the 25 feet; thence north 86 deg. 39 min. veVed in said rn6rtP-aS f Jff .
United States occasionally? The east 175 feet to corner of roadway; - BeriSiSS at T, SE?iJS"?li;
names sound very much alike thence in margin of roadway north land gRoad Ind Sl
RH doer A( VrtiTi oncf Z -Poof f ,fom I or. j . vticiive OUU,n
vv.&. v,v w , ovu 1 aesr. oz min. east 7 -ff
. a kv
All the secret treaties made before margin of VaDialla road; thence m stake; thence south 61 dee 25 min
or during the war are now; coming to said margin of Valhalla north 36 deg. east, 67.8 ft. to a stake- trence 4 fl
,light Somebody has go to "rue 20 min. west 100 feet to place of be- ftto a stake, nortvesrcomer of
hack" or Uncle Sam will taVA hi dnll ginning, containing 545-1000 of an 0 nf thi' a oJ;It eJ ? l?
rags and return to Washington If j f cre 11
von don't tote f-air with vmir TTnolal known
Qw,;4-V, 1 i. 1 .
more or less, and otherwise viin i 11, mjiir 2; "
. a w AkHijiwAA ixx 1.1 if uj w 11 aai a i idin thotia. ii
you don't tote fair with your- Uncle 1 known, as lot No. 5 m S. D. Hadley's deer. 4 minT TfiVrSJrce v
..Sam he certainly refuses to play. Ki southwest ! corner of In?
O " , uu.y x: ux, oWMi ox iNortn varo- No. 2; thence north , 69 de;
Three rften of the U. S. Navv were! u , T nn 4 minutes west 1140 fAAt. f o
i.:nj t.,c it 1 I xms January 20, .' - I -tol-Q. lu , v" . "
r "ST. Tv .fZx.f- EDMUND A. EMBURY. Mortcee. 1 o 51 jV . aeF: ' 1.
aepun oomo ,Conuumng xou pounds OI Waltpr jOT1as. AttomAv I . . ine
T:FN. .LTSat "-SleS Walter Jones, Attorney.
could be found. 100 bad-a few' tons,
, of that couldn't have been dumped on
Berlin a iew montsn ago.
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tar-l&luSSdril 5 "."p'S l,,40 u? certain whethor or
, . I they shall, have a snecial sciiool
oaVAri rfava and had iifa ,w oil I ed said district, of an amount not to
Pollen oSt of.' place, wa, 'told to "Jl.
"Sinilef damn you, smile.
Being lot No. 1 of Geo." A
lace of beginnings
tion of -property, and $ 1 .50 on each
pou. .Boundary specified 1 on - the rec-
TV, a Fifth T.oan to K e ""i Vw"VUft w"ccora-
Second Subdivision i n the eastern
part of .Tryon,1 N: C, as shown 011
man madf K-ir Wm xr
An election was ordered in Lynn Engineer, in SpnW w loin ' yi 1
x ms r eoruary feth, 1919. "
; - Geo. A. Smith, Mortgagee. k
Geo. A. Gash, Assignee of .
', . Mortgage . ..... .''
. Bank of "Tfyon, Owner of "
v noto secured by said mort-
school district for March 11th, 1919,
the Victory i.oan, win taice. - place John Panther was aoDoinifd as rpo- v ' j
pomu , x neiuv i uuumawui ue nNewraan and Silas Fowler rruW 1 t 6 imou -"xwuiuxxigs, rrammg.
Jfor.-inope ttan. likely, Done Feb 3M by order of thA We manufacture this and can. sdve
' uo xui xciin, DricK,
doors and sash. - - . .
J. T, GREEN LUMBER COMPANY.
will be the last loan asked "of the county commissioned
American peopie iu snouia meet p tlt pttppvco
ith pwmpt response.; : . Xif S to jt C.
GEO. A, GASH '
JUSTICE OF THE-PEACE
:i - AND
Collections aspecialty. Deeds
and Mortcrajres Drenared." and
Con tracts -wr i tten at reason abl e
TRYON, N. C.
We Have the Right Prices
Kinol cif Materials
to doyopr building. A Full stock
Doors, Windows, Siding, Flooring
CeilingilShingles, Loths, Interior
Finish' and Moulding,' RouKh arid
Dressd pumber. Carry complete
STOCK OP FEEDS
HEARON LUMBER, CO. -
. si ; '-.
These Essentials of Sound Banking ,
are enibddied in this' institutibn.
YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
Capital $1 0.OOO.OO
HENRY P. CORWITH, Pres. JOHN B CANNON, Y-Pres. PRfSTON hbAJLEY, Cash.
it 1 1.1 ill B.
REAL ESTATE, LOAHS AND INSURANCE
City and Farm Property Bou?Jit and Sold. Furnished and utv
, furnished liouses for rent. ' Property taken care of, and ' rents ;
eolleeted. Do not waste your time and tire younei out looking
for a placev Our auto is at your service free. Notary Public. :
JAIVIES; LEONARD; Tryon, N.
SALUDA, IS. C
" WifF: LITTLE
NOTARY; PU 13 LiC
i! Tryon,N. ,C.
at Out Meats!
You'll need neither a hatchat?nor a stick of dynamite. A
good, ordinary set of molars will easily dispose of
; A Fine Tenderloin Steak , ,
An Extra Porternouse bteak v
A Luscious Round Steak
f " I. 111! I !
A Nutritious Roast
, - A Uish ot rork Chops f i:
.-'If youhavo!t any teeth we liave sausage'tKatlwill faHy-' ' :'"
melt in your mouth.-;- -'V! ' V- ..It
-, fc.at out meats. -3 Uood tor your stomach. u'a
Also want to buy good beef cattle, hogs
and chickens, for which I will .' pay the high
est MARKET PRICE: