Ilie only Paper
A Live; Clean
for tha Home
AND THE TRVON BEE
VOL. XXV NO. 46.
TRYON,. N. C FRIDAYJiMARCH;19, 1920.
$2.00 A "YEAR
atersit Gathered R r r r .
vwiibjiuuubuu r rom v axious
Sections of Polk County'
V e al e glad to know that Mrs.
Mary Hill, who has been very sick
and 'not, expected to live for several
d-iYs is better and there now seems
to "be sojnie hope for her recovery. r
Mr. H. Hall is able to be lip
acain. (The whole family 'was down
at Yh .-lanic time with Influenza . and
own:'" to help being hard to get Mr.
Ha'! wllo at first seemed to have a
lirht oaise, got up as soon as he could
tcT vition the others and was taken
with a relapse, that put him back-in
boA. again, in much worse condition
than at first. But we are glad to
know that all are able to be up again.
The Postmaster says, he is very
enrrv fbr the poor fellows- around
hpro who are being bothered with in
come tax blanks just now it is bad to
hfl noor. but worse to be rich.
Swires are being held at the M.
v rhurch every night this week and
are being conducted by the regular
rtor iliev. W. A. Creason. We
fc.w tlie people will turn out and co
orerate i with the pastor in making
tiip meetings a success
Ilev.s Mason, pastor of the Baptist
cl-invh Host his only son last Aveek,
25 yrs. died of fin t tho v, v,
lather, near Columbus. Thursdav. nnH Wednesday in Suartanburff.
was buried &t the Columbus Baptist Mr. C. W.NBallenger was in Spart
cemeiery naay afternoon. - anburg ; a short time Sunday.-
snenri,; Jn ;Mr. T. W. . Ballew spent Sunday
pi t AtT' 7 7 m"" "" YV1"1 AUI- with friends in Landrum. S. C.
See Howell's 4 Dainlinss af. T,ihm
Miss lola Bell spent Sunday with ' C. J. Lynch returned home
friends in Asheville. ; x ;a n811 to Jacksonville, Fla.,
Mir. Louis Rowell spent Saturday v - v : . . ' .
in Asheville, on business. 1 Wrs. wA . Lindsey was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. H. A Wilkie spent 55 urg - ?rien ' Saturday and
Airs. J.: L; Washburn, of - Duluth
POLK COUflTY FARM ID HOME DEPARTHI
Edited by J. R. Satas, County Agent
: Minn. arrived in " Tryon Wednesday"
A TALK WITH ;POLK, CONTY j A WORD TO POLK CO NT Y FARM-
I find it impossible to visit- all the
J. Mones. at Trvon
Church Services at ttio PrPsfivfArinTi
church Sunday at 11 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McAlee are re
covering from an attack of flu. -
There was a singing at Mr. L. H.
Clouds last Sunday, a choir from
&anayr Plains came up and they cer-
lamiy am mase some good music.
Miss Ji,va Misildine, Who is attend- farms in Polk county or to meet the
- Miss Ettaa- Reece spent the wee teEi all the com-
ptiH with rAlativPQ in Aehiiio -- ; t .-"vmc xvirws m nywi. 'uuwuw ui tne cuunty so i am iry
m ?er ! v .Mr. J. N. Jackson returned Satur- ff to speak to as many as possible
ivuss oaiiie otreaciwicic spent a iew fiiVKT-f'rrYi ' TvneiwueB 4v I through flip rrpcc.vvV4rk cVinnl KA
idays tins week m bpartanburg.. ' ti' Chicago and thPr noth nWc used more than it is Everv farmer.
Prof. H. W. Ackerman, of Landrum, ; .riBf?aV-q,wa 4 m . who owns his farm : and many ten-
S. C. wasin Tryon for a short time, take and carefully read
wiiuajr. the -residence of Mrs. James R:
nr tt 11 - i- 1 tl . . -4
Hf TTJ1..- -t' T 1 . 1 All " -i
Mr. E. Von Dedmond is visiting his -''i5r.J 13 Wras.,,
f,; Srr ana get-to some body on paper.
AUWATKIV, OiiC Will
L their County paper.
xtiuii.i- tf 4." j ...T -.l
" js lrtimiig tuuay so max, 1 cannot
tvnVtI SC T VH1 Tllqnnat Trrill "MT
fatl. ,v, nf a D nT aur- V nowes ior a siayoi -a : msk -Ruth Mi-Fao bft Vofo,r rY ri "r-ucu,'M.Uk w"4
Dedmond. ' '
"T T - . V . . I Kl'i mm A Iwm I M - - 1 Xi. J 1 l- w. ... . - J - m- M n
we are glad to report the "Flu" , s"wn , ieit, ouauay, purcnase a siock oi millinery ior uai- a few words We arP in?t now at a
r,ne i for Abheville. where she will stiend leWer ?&. :M.Fpp; . :r.w,.wtVfafTw.e ,a?e just now at a
jtr . tc Luuvaieocciib 1 4-i.i j - i. 4.1.1 zz Zn ' . I -is v-r- " f- ivery critical penoa m tne mstory.oi
uur pastor,- E. J. Jones, preached Buex relatives. u s ; is to notify our friends and our own country as well as that of
an interesting sermon last Sunday. Amos Kunkel, of Lynn, was called I patrons that we are still serving tea, the whole South We "all know how
buoject was "btudy of the Bible:" to btatesvuie, luesday, by a telegram lunches dinners, etc., same as ever at scarce and high labor has become on
rroi. Hi. vv. b. uobb and Miss Mary announcing tne serious illness ot his Mountain 'View, contrary reports, the farm We also know that a bie
""" ouvwiueu . wus cwmmencement iiowci. jnuowiwisLiiiiuinK. - icron oi coxton mpans a. Inw nncA
cAcicises at ureens v,reeK last weeK- Dr. Allen J. Jervev. left. Sundav : W.-U. JvKUoE. And we all know, or all who read and
for New York, where he will spend a .The Hampshire Hog Breeders v As- are posted know that farmers are pre
miss Mattie lallant attended the hveek or ten days lookin- after
i;iuaiug exercises ai lynn oaturaay I ness matters.
riiorVif I . . '
Miss Ada Tallant has
sociation Tield an interestiner meetiner paring to grow the largest crop fo
in: Tryon on Tuesday last . Owincr the past several years Now my pur-
Just received car load of buggies to to Joeing crowded this, week with ad- pose m writing this is to see if we i;
be sold worth the monev. See - me vertismg, we are compelled to omit a i01.K county wont get our heads to
, 1 ,j.l, TV. lrtoc -f xe nrUr Krttr "wic ill OuaiuuiuUIK Q. Vj.
nt':: nA Pnn,i.rh Rnt it. roiTiM I Columbus has had her share of the
ni,iv!hnrd at this time as Bro. f but glad to say all are convalesc
Macnlhad just returned ' home with
u-hore his wife and son had been f or ? eay.
Qtr time, and where he was sud-
Vvii'h nsr. nis oniv sun lasi, wees. - . . . --- - no cnin wnrr n r mo mnnav yan mt
r,inal bemingetis being the cause of P.sItl0.n ?s clerk; m a department before buvine. C. L. Mavbrv. Cam- fl account but' will give it . in fulHgether and do the sensible thing thk
rr-.r i m i i i sloth i n .n:inin nnyor : i . .. ----- . . ... , , whnt nm 4- j-. 4.1,;-
111 UUl next' ISSUe. " uat wc nccu UU H11J C1
A most delightful dancing party as neve,T oeiore m an our lives; is to
woo rrU-r, loo 4- 4- roi, iioii I K1"" uiversiueu crops, .some may
Mr. Eugene. Browiilee, in honor of Mr. tink that cotton was the mam source
01 our wealth last year in N. J. it
- . nr.coificiTr Qf0,i ,no; fi, was not wnue iexas, lowa ana 1111
extra amount of ad- i r - ; i-nT.u j 4.v..- Inois produced more crop values last
J WA iMAVVU will 0 DVUOVll i 1 J J
, ve come luurm anu
morelhan one fourth
nf tne vaiues 01 our iann "crops vve
cn,, 04;M nave many crops m is. u. xnat can
"I? tIjld Mirad SL"?J-- ing the'vecent arrives aTPine ranK " "
ae to us at once, put we may ,Q . t TnuJA " r:."J"r,wv' "T' TV "4.',"' Crest Inn are Judce and Mrs. N. . G.
Mr. R. M. McFarland was in Ashe-
Mr. C. E. Shore is away on a busi-
ipobello, S.. C.
Mr.' W. W. Graham, of New York
j is spending a tew days in Trym a
: guest of his brother-in-law, Post
Owing to an
denlv called at his fathers death, and wTnJnrf ?Xr " " - Browlee secured special music UMU y
WoVe'lhe could adjust himself to the Wm!to,n"SaIe"1T-; . . , hiy.0 Am!J ajRfc 0fF0 1 from Asheville for this occasion, and Mton,was n.ot
hock 6f losing his father his son was , "uuay WiWI e x, wmwi ,Twas one of the most successful
I weea. ... . . ' I
iiioj I lo-.-j-. . T..i.i I? ji ' . . . . iT " . 1 1 .rest, inn nre .Inflo-n nnrl Mrs N I,. i t .
comfort in the thought, that wnom r l-;" ""V ?turVar'Aur.a &"u"sV1?, witn ; . uie Moore ,ad aauffhter -."Miss '- Mariorie 1"? .vi Lf'J"f-JZ"Z
.hosoroth I "cc"8 wi ws uciiwjiiuciiii I lattclv S Barents. Mr. anfl Mrs. J. IN.I-c I 7, T:i mo. . sweet uoiaiues anu luuacco auu utnei
w.'" i mi. - . j j an . i - .iivi nnT" rT . in ir; i-"fi T-ir . i nnmc - nnj - . . i i
iuo ana xne stuay oi mzensnip oi Jackson. '''''-It -m x-r "" ' ;v I crops can be grown -and marketed
Yvumen win ue uiscontmuea wnue tne I xt;ccj ttVo Tnirtrm tt",? I ti- il j vc , : v;r:' I cneaper -tnan cotton liesiaes, tne
Flu is in the community. L11!? ?f Ch boll weevil is on his way to Polk
Carolina, were in Tryon Sunday to Maine, Master Edward A. Noyes of iij riAt iwav Whv wait un
snenrl t.Vio Hnv witn tneir aunt Mrs. nv 'p xt , kt; I companion nght away Why wait un-
f--" " 1 uuuub iciiY. iiev iui jv. aim- 11110s
W. Y. Wilkms. - Martha Bl Kennedy of New York
Two or three families recently jCity.
turned out of doors by fire should be I : a St. Patrick's dinner party was
the Lord loveth, He Also
The Lord's will not ours, be done.
lv. iBennett Homer formerly of
this place , but now is residing in
Ashevflle, N. C, is here for short
time. I Mr. Homer is looking fine,
Ashevjlle seems to agree .with him;
Mr. Fred W. Blanton has sold sever
al Ford cars lately. Mr. R. M. Mc
Farland. A. L. McMurry and O. L.
we nope iu ee iiiwe ui imii iici uic 1 rpc ,T - 4.1 -1 '
. . . - . . . . 1 I here was a smonntr nt. thu nnmo nf
vnnA? W rQ hater tnr wo Lrnnw IT. will ne I ---a o - -"
til he has made his appearance before
we turn our attention-effectually to
these other profitable crops that will
take the place of cotton and at the
au aie uetei iui vC jvw ".r" Mrs Laura McGuinn Snndav. a la turned OUt Of doors by hre
ap!t.v L Qninii Xn Ww crowd attended and enjoyed a. good af le to sympathize with the 1500, peo- giyen last Wednesday evening by Mr. same time be made if grown wisely,
car over to baiuaa oiten, where ne singing Several from Greens Creek P1! made homeless by that cause in land-. Mrs. Graham in their bungalow to help keep up soil fertility, then be-
at r Mo w ri,,,, Til and Sandy Plains were present, t a cxas town the other night. . w on the Mimosa, grounds, m honor of j sides all this array of valuable crops
iA1,rs' A ttI? 21 y?E?t3JlJ!5?J MisslWavie Feacan.l. of Greens h- Mrs. A.; Goodman.; died at. her J their daughter Miss' Gist Graham of that can be converted into cash so
ir.aie u Miuit swip in (wuu iov w frpV-Snent SnnrfaxrVw
nw otr; trt -car. h-ai hwithor.in. nto rvi r i . ' j-w-,- - - ... . i -- - -r'- ; . ... - .-, -- x. . -
l yIv.k ""j VZVw Mr Ma here. " day morning.' Funeral at Trypn on eignt, ana tne guests were, miss
J. A.i.lNabers and family Mrs Na- Miss Mabel Thompson spent Mon- Thursday. Deceased was a daughter Martha Jackson, Mr. Claude Ford,
ber? has been on an extended tour m I j .4., . vr.n. mmL. I tt c. -r j 1. 1. ? j iHo, rinc -m TnTior,
. ;;4.i 1 t 1 i I uav witn ivuss iviaaie xr minus. , 17. n. owann anu reaves a uusiwuu, 1'"'5 iuluwl.' wnxx-,
a.Rilithrnn o-K nno'st.' rattle, nnd rioul-
were - Mfss j'trvi there are thousands! and ? mtiUi-
She being of Scotch decent,. com, miii ear her e Mbndav
tv,ie rmintr,r wV,on niv five miJi near nere, Monday.
Mr. L. West was injured at the saw five children father and five sisters Hester, Mr. Richard
i . i . I ixiii if liccu. iiciCi'iuvuuay, taiiu viij.cc uxvvuexo tu w iiviii
via v?Ja riA wi ixrirf L Mrs. N. B. 3nith and children of tend our' sympathy.
b V;V rr Vt "cC-i: ;4 Detroit, who have been on an extend- - a shallownated Trvonite recently
who is a
other places during her visit south.
ra until recently She pra sed i our who have been on an extend- - A shallowpated Tryonit
SiucU HlhPofnN ChLtek' - complainixig ?o Mr. Bray, ,
' than she found it in Georgia and High Point, N. C, last week. hosiery connosseur, becaj
Miss Sara F. Luton of. Columbia S.
C, who has been the guest of Mrs. P.
H. Ward for some time, was called
MUCH ENTHUSIAM FOR MAX
GARDNER IN BUNCOME CO.
stockings got soiled so quickly. You
mean they show it sooner than dark
ones, said Mr. Bray. And the shal-
low-rplate had to admit that he spoke
Mr. Barnard and Etton Foster took
a pleasure trip to Landrum. S. C, last
Mr. jind Mrs. L. E. Hipp visited Mr.
H'-PP's father and mother Mr. and
Mrs, John Hipp, who have been . ill
-j'-u nu, in tneir new rora trucK.
Mr. Hosea Arledge" has 'irchased
a new, car. Lars are coming m
"r?iong the hills pretty fast. -All we
Tieed js some more cond road. !.
to be nominated for Governor and eq
ually unanimous that his nomination
I was certain. Steps were taken to
several winters, passed away sud
denly last ; Saturday night. The
burial service was read at the Church
A elMn 1 1 r Ho 41- 1 K Xri4-X r " 1 a viva I ' a i mt .1
er lone distance to the bedside of I l"VrJ
her father who is verv ill. . : aY?y Local views at the Valhalla Tea
rf .-. i section, ail emnusiastic ana. aeeniv m- i . A i. i
terested and determined to win the : on , pnoTrapny, water
WARRIOR MOUNTAAIN ' Rnnmh. rtv narw f' rv. cior anaMms, ranging in price xrom
.... r J "---11 s pftits to 25 dollars. Onen everv
We" are glad to sav that the Flu is er ciuo was prgamzea m nsne- Mav inciudm Sundavs. Coffee and
dying cut in this sectioned everyone oaturaay..- l he club starts off dougnnutg ta and sandwiches choco
v.ho has it are improving . lL TJL an.d, ?eAeluJl late with whipped cream and cake,
ihe tarmers are clearing away the "r ,clll"ilcVv chicken dinner, fancv suDner etc. on
i i. i ii . - 1 . j.ij. I Anrlresses were nelivererl hv ipnn- I . '
uru.-u ana ruDDisn irom tneir neias, . , vr . . oraer
ana getting ready for lor plowing as .5 "" ATifi Annie T CheswnVht. who has
soon, as the weather will permit. . , I '"n"' been a.uest at Oak Hall. for the past
Mt. Lum. Thompson says he has . . , i rMMi imntor5 nw snrl-
plowed his garden and planted some
emions. ' - ,
vv c4.o vci tain. kJiio Tvtiu ianu w i T - j j M
, uvi, mj M!cw of The, Holy Cross on Monday after-
iiin.c uiii uuliii auu cioiovauv van- I , ,t -r-. n t- j l-l
. ... . I rrr. Ktt Ika Pmr Prvlla lliror. ann The
vass in Gardners benaii. a cam- llwu -;
nain committee, composed of and in- committal was temporary m
fluential citizens was chosen to take cemetary.
Icharge of the work. : It begins to look and feel as
Amnnor the mem hers of the "Gard- though ITVOn was throucn Witn tne
her for Governor" club are men from remnants and tag-ends of Northern
! every walk of life. Leading finan- blizzards. It gets just enough of
piers, attomevs. nhvsicians. other them to, be a uttie coia witnout tne
I professional men. business .' men and fun of sleigh rides and skating
ciuuie muie Lruuu lUituv I - . - .. - I ... r - -i cAnth.
Mr. and. Mrs. W. B. Arledee called worKersoi every crait are .entnusias- par
at ' n w T?of e4. T io-v,f tic xor uaraner m Asaeviue ana uun- erner say tuau uw uajo
in tl.e,V combe county. - . to taKe iNortnern leaving..
--. v. i i 1 li" VV I I u . 4V 11. t I . . ' . a
We are rtnk ik tn.t we are J b elected ;U10 ipuowmg Mrs. H. P.. Holden of Washington,
1 , -iv u othcers: President, lion j. Jsneea n. c. ended her three weeks visit
in.' i- ii ii i iitr'i4T tini n fin r kim imii M -.. - i
.tn.A-"Z5: r., " ...V T'i: Adams: Secretary. E. N. Wright, with her relatives here, last week.
ui. cincKPns. nre rrerT.intr nientv i - -r-. -r zj i " . -- .
eggs, also have some voun? chicks, ampaign inpiuee: is.. Ax. cernara, she had one regret, and that was tnat
and mom hon? ceW We bone thev vjnairman, u. im. iviaiqne, j. vv.xiay- she couldn't enjoy longer, tne cnmate
1 . . ncns .sptmg. We nope they tTarrv. t.. Nettles. Grover Rober- I .r riHc walks. . folks , here.
l TiriT 1-11 a. .4. 4V I 111 I . ImIa-mWI J T - I -T M.-tm - '
; , xu out to ue ivnoue xiauu J. R. Oates. Gallatin Roberts, which have-onlv conrmed her pre
and Aire a w Pnct.r re C. Martin, J. v. cKies, jonn . fi. ousnmpressions that iryon is near-
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Brown.
. Mrs. Hester's family have much
occasion to arouse the sympathy of
many friends. . Within a month, Mrs.
Conrad's husband has died, Mr and
Mrs. Hester were laid up with colds,
Julian Hester was housebound from
the same cause for nearly a week, and
now Mr. Hester, for the first time
within memory, has had to absent him
self from business on account of at
tack of a mysterious disease which
has some symptons df erysipelis.
Miss Ravnel's house will on May 1st
be taken possesion of by Doctors
Grady, Palmer and Jervey, as a Sana
torium. MJss Ravenell Will occupy
the, cottage and she have charge
with her present service, of the do
mestic arrangements. (Jrestwood is
soon to pass into the hands of Dr.
Perry osteopath of Asheville and be
used as a hospital for specialty. This
sudden conversion of two hostelries
into hospitals, naturally reduces ac
commodations for ordinary guests
and visitors. But if the demand con
tinues that will soon be supplied in
some way, and the friends and rela
tives of patiens here, are likely to in
crease rather than diminish that de
mand. No' tuberculars will be ad
mitted, and if successful, and there is
every reason -for believing they- will
be, they will be decidedly valuable
assets to Tryon's property and repu
The year 1920 is here and two
months of the time now a part of the
no?f A U.. 1-1 a ' i "
fm uy tne, way n is leap year
anu i want to warn all handsome and
pretty, widows and maids that the '
time is' rapidly flying; and it will be-
tour years before the opportunity will
be theirs agaih. So just come along .
if you have any .propositions in your
minas. - -
To the farmers I would sue-cest. '
that your greatest efforts be put forth
will not need your efforts as in time
of the world war: but Polk County.
this year. .It( may be that the world
for her own development needs it just
as bad as then Just think, Jan. and
Feb. already gone and before you read
these lines onr sixth of ' March will
have been gone -And again think
of the importance of saving time
lust as essentail to thrift as saving
money To save moneywe" must
took, well to the single little cents .
To save time we must consider the
dttle seconds No man ever did or
sver will have for use but one second
at a time, all the thousands of years
m.tne past are made up ot.the little
seconds And all the Eternity in the
iuture win be made up of seconds just
a second at a time, then how very
careful we should be of these precious
Now I mean by all this: that the
planting season is right now on, oats
to .sow, gardens to plant, clover and
grasses td be sown for pastures . and
for hay and all kind of sowing and-
1 J A. ' 1 4.1. .
plaining anu juat tninK; ii mere is
no planting and sowing: there will be -
kno harvest and gathering in of crops.
bo we must get busy, and stay usy.
Some farmers in Polk County, last
year hauled lumber, wood etc., at
a time plows , should have been mov
ing. This does not pay the farmer.
when the crop time comes all other
kind of business with the farmer
should .be dropped and his whole mind
body and strength given to his farm
and right now is the most important
J j 1 .1 4 nrH
time oi year witn tne iarmer. ine
preparation of the land for crops. '
must be done 'early in the season if ik
is well done And if not well done, do
not expect nature to make you a gord
corn. Nature does almost everything
rough laiobby river and creeic lanas for Us Itven does our breathing,
and river and creek oyerflow lands when awake and when aleep
m Polk County that might be turned but she will not grow gardens, poul-
liitu tne moat vaiuauic iauua vu wc i trv. hoes nnrt etr. nnrt t TInleec
farm, if only turhedVinto permanant
pastures. Why, just listen, I . was
down at what is known as the stock
farm on Pacalet River yesterday
and what do you think I saw Well
we do our part to bring these things
to. pass Now this is what I am talk-,
ing about; God always does His part
and a great deal more, He almost
does it all but still He sent forth His
e from Germany soon. TTe. is still
ilh the A. E. F. in that country.
Muss Elizabeth Thompson home
JJr a .few days, from Spartanburg, S.
t.i isit her mother. -
, are glad to say. that our boys
o on the mountains are getting
Cicarinc lanH n-nA cowintr crass
o v. . CD O
Wvatt. J. R. Stradlev. R. D. Buckner,
Herbert E. Williams, Ed Blackstock,
and Dr. Marion Buckner.
. - o - v
BOY SCOUTS NEWS.
Mr. J.J. Gentry, of 'Asheville, and
son, J. J. Gentry, Jr. oi - Landrum,
m m.V-J 4. i-i-J . V. r
were m xrvon xuesuav to attenu
meeting of The Interstate Hampshire
Swine Breeders : Association, which
met here oirthat day.- This Associa-
Ii 1- -4T 4. c-Vior.a
. m 4. " 4- I T.I Oil IS ISLfil lllllf Ull 111 CAtCUCllb i3llM
The:l5oy scouts OI iryon met n at -- . j . , d
I saw it, I am not dreaming now, it is edict in the beginning '. that "man
ngnt tnere on tne gruunu anu . uu
steep ground at that, It is grass
with Mr. Charles Lynch, the genial
owner of that farm sowed last fall
Don't take my word for it Just go
over some day and talk with - Mr.
Lynch how that grass got there, and
he will tell you all about it, and if you
are worth powder and lead enough
to -kill you you can do the 'same
on.ypur land. I asked Mr. Lynch
how his winter pasture grass
that was sown last fall was
rominer aloner and he replied, if
should eat bread by the sweat of his
brow" So there is just a little for us.
to do; and God has so arranged that
this little that we must do;must be
done in certain seasons And the all
important season for planting for
1920 is here Never mind tne hoeing
and cultivation; . nor the harvest.
That time is not here The time of
preparation and planting is what we
must be concerned with just now
Ana what about your field and gar
den seeds. Have you laid them in?
If not get some good reliable cata-
you can walk over rough land, we will I logues and order at once Then dur-
go and see So went and saw I con-1 mg the year save all field and garden
fess that land is steep yes steep andjseeds and you will save the- trouble-
. 1 A 1111 S
rough too. We chmed the steep niu i and cost of buying next year.
r T .AS IT
side makine a detour and coming on
top by a circuitous route, and found
the crass on ton of the hill as good as
elsewhere Then we began the decent
nd run across a huge .drove of tur
kevs crazmer on that tender grass
where the land was so steep they had
ock one wheel and put on the brakes
J.1 R: SAMS, .
V County Agent.
TRYON CASINO CLUB
The Tryon Casino Club has I ar
ranged for dancing every Thursday
evening, for members and invited
guests. Each male guest unless in
vited by a"""Club member, is charga
ble to a fee of one dollar for the even
ing. A-monthly fee of two dollars
entitles the transient guest full priv
eleges of the Club. The members are
asked to make arrangements with
the house committee for the use of
the bowling alleys, well m advance,
in order to prevent conflicting parties.
more pasture- . I.. "iT'i Marrh 12th ana is aesxinea to ao mucn tuaiu
The Ancferso", boys report a mighty $10 ' ? ' stardardiiing the raising of hogs m
r. , 'J; p ' XJ6V. .. . , I T3r.llr nvnYittT nnri siirronndine' terri-
vC- c".non y Kev. Howard -at The meetine was called to ; oraer ""wfr '
j i ' (jri : c i-vi i i r i
say that the
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inin churrh Rundnv Rut re-1 1 Moctoi. Hill TTip minutes Itory.
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- K-- 10 sav that. tVio oiifliono- wns I xT- 4. M,nfi'n. totq roori nnn an- I HI'o Yowklio nreen if RopVv Mount.
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minstrel at the
on account of so such Flu.s Droved and roll call 'followed, about n, c. who has been spending some
tifteen boys were preaent. - . itime witn. uer oiumci, xi. .
Gendall Brownlee, Jay lyonuy anu steelman oi tms piece, aiea riast m
Noah Wilson joined the troop. - I day morning after an illness of some
The Scout supper is to be given at four or nve weeKs. Mrs. oreen came
4-Va-e.tmi honse Tuesda March 16th. I fn visit a while with her brother, Mr.
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P. M. - Steelman,- ana wmie nere was uuteu
business meeting the mr and dispite every effort on the
- - -r nart of the doctors and friends, grew
The meeting ajourned at 9 o'clock, steadly worse till death relieved her
. - Respectfully, sufferings. , The body was - taken to
Charles Wm. Nessmith, statesville N. C. for burial, that be-
Sect. and Scout Keporter. mg the home noi both Mr. ana wrs.
c w students" of
f hOol Will o-Ura o
iormhm, -V v i i Tu -iT the schol house 'it
, mm, of the high school build- 1Q9n f 7.4K ,p M
ln&mder the ivf or 1. at. :40;.V A.
, rr. , null w miflo 4.4..jr I . .-. Aff-ar thP DUSmCSS
d:- There wi" be no charge for
Begins promptly at 8 p.
hrin Mr an,Mrs. Bowen Constant
Pink Green, who" has been-un- Mrs. May Wells Noyes of Chka.go
e mm -p 4.1,' r a " 1 TToio who snent . ?the , entire
Vpi'vo v V , W1v VuuntV ior sevciai auu iinw 47r-. ' ref Tnn
returnevi jcskwj , 1 .J
Uamilton and Marv to spend
ra. - 1 wiiwv n m
aged" about the spring vacuon at rnc yiwv.
hi:rlrl Henderson's and
U at iroan nw. J
Green. MT.r Green was at his wues
bedside when she died but was not
recognized by the sufferer as she had
been unconscious for days. Mrs.
Green was a devoted member of the
Baptist church at her home, and was
a bright lovable character. ;
NOTICE TO Ea-SOlDIERS
The federal government has made
provision for all the ex-soldiers who
were in active service in the recent
World War to secure special educa
tional , trainine without expense.
This federal fund is annortioned to
each'of the states in the ,U. -S., and
thence to each county in . each state.
Polk County is entitle to receive full
scholarship for any ex-soldier wno ae
sires to avail himself of the oppor
tunity of further mental development,
and thus prepare himself for a bigger
vnri more . emcient citizensiu u. -
The snecial county committee . for
Polk-Countv has-its name here under
signed, and it will be glad to serve any
ex-soldier who will make his - wants
known. Remember we cannot serve
you unless you let us -know that you
want, mi r. service and that the , state
and of the nation, we are - . . .
" Very sincerely yours to serve,
E. McQunne Sallv,M. D. Chr. BdEd
J. P. Arledge, C. S, C. - , :
EW. S. Cobb County Supt., Ed.
FIFTEEN POLK COUNTY DONTS,
Don't forget that spring is here.
Don't fonret that the main Dlant-
to keep from runmng - away Ana j mg season for the whole year is just
rocky but that grass is taking hold ahead
and hugging close to the rocks, when j Don't forget that in order to grow a
cattle m the near Iuture wm nna tne 1 crop, that you must have good, seed
richest grazing of course. Mr. Lynch 0f all kind.
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is mst starting, ana nas very ntue jjon t forcret that thorough Dre-
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0 show; but just wait ana can on mm jparation of sou, proper fertilizations
en' vears hence and go around and land eood cultivation are ' the main
see what will be going on And then J elements of success in farming, after
00k in a mirror and see what a long hrood seed.
ace vou will have and how you will . Don't forget that good garden, even
ament. howl and weep, because you ia lazy man should have one this year.
did riot begin to make pastures when Don't forget that the high cost of
Mr. Lynch and Mr. Mcbwam oegan. Irving, comes from the high cost 01
But "if you old fogies with hundreds loafing.
of acres of land And much of it Don't forget that the man who
waste land, stand around and let a I loafs, is not entitled to half a loaf
few men witlx a vision and progres- Don't forget to plan for a modern
sive idea walk off and leave you then poultry house before next winter,
you will have to do like all runty pigs Don't forget to spray for your en-
do Suck the hind tit a hats tne oniy lemies as well as your mens. l
hope for the ; stand .pat farmer of j . Don't forget to love your enemies a3
course young men like; myself can
rr.cn these nrocrressiVe ideas, ana
we are. so sorry for the elderly gentle
men on the farm who will not come
well as your friends.
Don t forget to do your neighbor a
kindness every time possible.
Don't forget to say a good word
fresh out of college and wouia be ex-1 Don't forget to deposit every
pected to be a little ahead but you cent of your money m some good
old fellows, say along about 45 who bank. ' And let that Bank be a Polk
are getting very old you should County Bank.
speed up and do a whole heap - 01 Don'tspeak evil of any one. -
thinking right now grow a good cane Don't make or handle blockade liq-
Eatch and cut out a lot of that sugar uor. There -are so many better
ill, grow more cow peas, soy beans callings that will make you so much
J. R. SAMS
sweet clover and cut-out a lot of your
Then so at i once 'to sowing that
steen land that is all washing away
tn nerYnanant errass nastures and just
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see how easy it win Decome to maite a
livincr and then when the boll weevil
eets here--you will have him starved
out. instead of his starving you to
J. R. SAMS
Biscuits filled with homemade but
Have an extra added charm; ' - -There's
a way for you to prove it
Keep a cow upon your farm.
If you want land, near- Tryon,
County Agent. I Write j: P. Lockbart, Tryon, N. C.