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POLK COUIITY mtt7&TETONt H. C.
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Bank & pstlo.
Order to Be Helpful to Public,
Internal Revenue Bureau
Has Every Available
Officer in Field. .
tetter From Peoples
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VERE PENALTIES IF YOU
A paid bank check is a valid re
ceipt and. all good business men pay
by check. It saves disputes tends to
good business methods and the dan
ger of loss is reduced to ine minimum.
The farmer, the housewife, the labor
er, the mechanic, all should -pay by
check. Open an account with this
bank and call as often as you like for
a statement of your account together
with your paid checks.,
be pleased to do so. .
This hank has a book-keemne Nina-
fViiP 1 pctri call v onerated. that nosts
. nrvnun MKDOU 1R every customer's checks and deposits,
DELAY BEYOND MAnUn 1 0 at the plose of each business day.
very minimum. It does all the cal
culating, the operator is required to
touch the proper keys and the ma
chine does the rest. The 'machine
never makes a mistake., The opera
tor checks his work with a wonderful
svRtem to nrove his davs work.. We
will he dad -to show the working, oi
this marvelous machine that has been
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called me -, raaciune wim uimus.
Call and ask us to : show you, we wil
Vith the due date for Income Taxes
'v few veeks away, the collection
I this far-reaching tax on
L started off with
i i fiiMirinflr income tax.
h'.ant nnd sworn statements or
ne must reach Internal Revenue
Ices on or before March 15, and there
' la nennHiea for delinquency.
Residents of North Carolina should
l. l u.r returns, and pay their
les to -.Install W. Bailey, Collector of
Raleisrh. or to Aus-
i wntts. Statesville. or to any of
1 deputy collectors who are now do-
L free advisory worn in income ah.
U,n vour Income Tax. Dy maicy
! the slogan of the Internal Rev
I.- nn refill, which has sent every
l.n-Ki- officer intothe field to help
nublic to understand the require- .
kits and to prepare mewuiu
I who Must Make Return.;
It is estimated that many thousands
married persons, in this
Ition of the Unted States who have
fver beforemade annual returns are
to do so this year.
'income tax returns must be made
It ween now and March 15 by persons
jio come unaer me iuuyniu6 .'ooBiu
Uinns " ...
Any unmarried person whose 1918
et income was $1,000 or over. . Wid
Ws and widowers, divorcees and rar
tH nornns who are living apart from
k-s inishflnds or wives, are for the
purposes of the Income Tax classed as
Anv married person Uring with wife
r husband whose 1918 net income was
mn nr over. The Income of both
Wand and wife must be considered,
xvt the earalnes or minor
ildren, if any.
Revenue Bureau Offer Aid.
t..u 1 V-i the TTnlted States
i in either of these iclaLStflcations
Wst get busy at once if penalties are. .
s De avoiaeu. ne iwu
Lv Fnrm 1040 A for reporting net
I n (M, t or Form 1040 if
i net income exceeded that .amount
forms are being distrtbuted by Collec-
their Deputies, also by banks.
L fftiimvinjr the instructions on the
Vrms a correct return can be prepared
It home. If a person needs advice or
(id, the Deputy Collectors in the field
Viii furnish this without charge.
f The new Revenue lavr places the In-
Wp Tax dutv on citizens , and resi
lent. The Internal Revenue Jtsureau
sending Its men to work right with
he nnhiic to set the tax and the re-
urns-in. With active co-operation
vprv tr due March 15 will be paid
Snd every return required by law will
be in the Revenue pfflces on time.
A simrle nerson Is allowed a per
nnni PYPmntion of $1,000. If he Is sup
porting in his household relatives who
re dependent upon him he may claim
Jhe status of the head of a family who
has the same exemption as if married.
I A married person who lives wun
wife or husband is allowed a personal
Exemption of $2,000. The head of a
family is entitled to claim a similar
An- arlditional exemption of $200 Is
allowed ror each person under eight-
tenor incapable of self support who.
Va-denendent upon and, received ms
thief support from the taxpayer. : ,
1 A husband and wife living tdgether
re entitled to but one personal ex
emption of $2,000. If they make sepa
rate returns the exemption may be
laimed by either or divided.
Airtinfo oxiimcv ir necessary In
-m.w.nt HIT U U WV- y .
0)8111111? nn inrome flsures. Any per-
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ion who is wnrkins for wages should
find out exactly bow much he received
rtlirinor tl tvhnla voir 1 iQia. fees.
Jank interest, bond interest, dividends.
ents received, and ? all other items
iust he reported correctly. Mere
suesses are not accepted, fortney are
Unjust alike to, the taxpayer and the
government arid defeat the proper ad-
jininistration or the law.
Hold on" to your Liberty Bonds, if
you can. Don't intter tnem - away
for some knicknack or permit some
"shark" to "chisel", you out of them.
If you think you must sell we will act
as your agent and get the highest
possible price and will not charge you
as much as a - brownie ior our ser
vices. In a very short time ALL
LIBERTY BONDS WILL BE ABOVE
Tin not. lceen vour Libertv Bonds at
hnrhe or in some, other insecure place.
Krintr them to us for safe keeping or
we will accept them at par j for depos
it payable to you in like amount on
HotyijitiH von to receive the interest as
due. Our faclities for handling
bonds cannot be surpassed.1.
A bank is a semi public institution.
A liircro nortion of its work is done
without charge for the' service ren
This bank recognizes its obli
gation to ' the public and appreciates
the fact that as iti serves -it will. grow.
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A parsimonious policy tor a oanK is a
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so tlie limit to accomodate its friends;
and, customers. Just a lew items ioi-
lows for which nf charge is made:
Cashier's Checks' and Drafts issued
i ..4.. .'i.tn,,r ,r,nrra Pvorlif
Reports, Checks on out of town banks
collected without! charge. Notes for
customers collected ' without ' fee.
Money transmitted by telegrams,
P.nnanltation on anv bankincr or, trast
matter without charge or fees of any
kind. Do not feel timid about using
this service. We?are here to serve
vou and earnestlyrurge every person
in Folk county tQsconsuii win us iree
ly and feel that you are under no ob
ligations for doing so.
There are times when we need the
aid and advice of a banker. Make a
confident of yours t ; banker. A good
banker never beirays the' confidence
of his customer, j ,He will help him.
The relation is not unlke Doctor and
Patient or lawyer,1 and client.
1 have rented my farm for next year, which will
compel nie to dispose of the following hogs:
9 Duroc Jersey pigs, : 8 weeks old. , i : .1
2 young brood sows, 8 months old, Poland China
and Dnrbc crossed. '
. 1 very fine brood sow, 2 years old, Poland China
and Duroc crossed. ' .
These will be sold at popular prices. v
S, TRYON, N. C.
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. HOLM-:, Pres.
W. F. LITTLE, Cash.
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In this time of high prices it is unusual that :f qi Jhave an
opportunity to save money on your purchases. Hovevr we are
in a position to give you some extra good values in dependable
a: rnnncvv vlna nrires. Below are a few items
for your consideration; ,
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A fresh shipment of I Loose- Wiles
Biscuit Co. and National Biscuit C6?s.
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Cakes and Crackers and pound raisin
Two Perfection Oil Stoves for sale.
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John Orr , Co,
PHbnic No. 1 4
3 lb can Tomatoes.
3 lb can String Beans . ..............
3 lb can Okra and Tomatoes. ..................
Naptha Washing Powder, old size.,. . .... . .
Cottolene . . . ....... . . ... ......... .
Franco-American Soup. . . . . . . i ........ . . . .. . .-. .
' Men's Shirts
Men's Knit Undershirts.
Men's Knit Drawers. . . . ..... ......... .....
Men's Overalls. ....J. x. ......
Men's Work Shirts :
Ladies' Shoes, small sizes.
Ladies' Shoes, small sizes. . . . . . ... .......
Ginghams . .. . ; . . .. . . -
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.25t ' "
... 1.25 s
..25 & .30)1.
This Bank is for Peope who
Want to - Improve tlieirl financial Condition.-
Will you let us serve jtou? A checking account is most
convenient in the payment of bills. It is the safest receipt.
A Savings account is the sure road to an eventual , com
petency. We solicit vour account. ' '
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNER H. B. LAKE
President : 1 viee iresiacnis,. . vuicr
For f ersTB iarBds or towrn
If you buy only one of each of the above items you will save the
sum of $4.34." If you buy more your saving is just that much jreater. It
pays to trade at the store that saves you money. - r
W. T. LENDSEY,' Tryorn.; Si
Tryori, North Carolina.
If taken at once.
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lerals. Two tenant houses, well built, in colored
tenement (district. Store House and lot on
Trade street. GEO. A. GASH, Agt.V
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND
WARRANT OF ATTAl!HMFNT .
INCOME TAX IS . -
"The payment of Income taxes
takes on a new significance
which should be understood by
every citizen. The taxation sys
tem of this country is truly pop
ular, of the people, by the peo
ple and for the. people. Everj
citizen is liable to tax, and the
amount of" the tax Is graduated
according to the. success and for-
in availing himself of the oppor
tunities created and preserved
by our free institutions. The
method and degree of the tax is
determined by no' favored class,
but by the representatives of the.
people. The proceeds of the tax
should be regarded as a national
investment'-T-Daniel C. Roper,
Commifjsioner of Internal Reye-
Tryon Township. -
iBefore' Geo. A. Gash, Justice of
Tho John L. Jaskson Company
Model Mill company.
Tha defendant in the above enti-
iA o.finr will take notice that pn
Vohmarv. 1919. a
summons m saw a was iu
Justice of the Peace for Polk coving,
six cents due it because of shortage of
a J Ho macro to nOUr ana mcai
j v.,, Ho-FtaTiria-nt. wnicn sum
muua 10 xwy jz - -l - j
Gash, Justice of the Feace, ac n.s j-
iL Twn Tnxm shit). Polk County
Mnrtb Carolina, on the 20 th day of
m r . i -trim 4. 1A '.lnilr a m
The defendant will also take notico
that a warrant of attachment was is
sued by said Justice oi uireacon
it. 4QfU Agt nf "Pehruarv 1919.
against the property of said defend-
anv. wiucn wrxwu .r v:
the time and place named for the re
turn of the summons, when ana
where the defendant is required to
appear answer or demur to the
complaint 'of the plaintiff, or the re
lief demanded will be granted.
This 18th day oi jpeDruary iyx.
GEO Ar GASH,
Justice of the Peace.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
Resolution and Certificate of Direc
tors of the Jno. L.j Jackson
; - Comoany.
The location of the prticipal office
m this state is at iraaej street in tne
town of-Tryon, county of Polk. The
name of the agent theiein and in
charge thereof, upon whom ' jirocess
acainst this; corDoration ma be serv
it ed, is JnoL.:Jackson.H r '
Wo. the undersismed. being a ma-
inr-itv nf. th "Board of Di rotors of the
Jno. L. Jackson . Company, do hereby
rArtifv that at a meetine ' of said
Board called for that f purpose, and
"hoi A nn th 21st dav of iJanuarv 1919
A. D.. said Board by a majority of the
whole Board did adont the following
fort the fid Justice of the Peace at resolution: "
,T?F SOLVED &hat in the judgment
of this Board iV-is advisable and most
for the benefit: if the Jno. L. Jackson
Company, that! the same should be
forthwith dissolved; and to that end
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it is oraerea tnu a meeuug 01 wc
stockholders be held on Wednesday,
the fifth day of March, A. u. 1V19, at
the office of the! company, in the town
of Tryon, td take action upon this
resolution; andfurther, that the sec
retary forthwith give notice of said
meeting and of the adoption of this
resolution within ten days irom tms
Aa hv tuihliKTiir the said resolution
with a notice; of its adoption, 111 the
Polk County .News, a newspaper pub
in fW tftWn of- Trvon. for at
least four weeks, nce a week, succes
sively and by mailing a written or
printed copy of the same to each and
every stockholder of this Company m
the united states. . -
In witness whereof, wej have here
unto set our haiycls arid afiixed the cor
porate seal of said Company, this 31st
day, of January, 1919. ; V ;
' " 'john L. Jackson, '
i ;;--A" ! B. Jackson.
Attest: N. B. ilckson, Secretary. ;
We are offering
with a discount of $10.00 on the cost of our regular Full Commerclat ,'
Course. One of these Scholarships would be a gift of inestimable value.
If you are interested for. yourself or for someone else, call or-write and let
us give you details in regards to courses and. rates. . '
EMANUEL BUSINESS COLLEGE,
15 Haywood St. . ASHEVILLE, N. C,
Polk County iKews, $2 a Year.
Notice toEd Engle and G. R. Coop
er and all other persons is ; hereby
given that at a delinquent tax sale for
the year 1917 the . undersigned pur
chased nine acres of land in Saluda
township, Polk county, N. C, listed
for axes in the name of Ed Ingle arid
a R. Conner for th vear 1917; Notice
j s further given that unless ' redemp
tion is made of said real estate on or
Koforn th 6th dav of Mav 1919 I will
Polk county, N. C. on -the 6th day
xf Mav 19918, the undersigned
This February 4th, 1919.
. O. D GILBERT, Purchaser. -
Riyer i Power -Co" and all sother?4Jer-; bio
song. that' at.aidelinqtrent :tax?sale.in' b&zl
Polk county, ,N. C the- undersigned &-.?iOh.
Turrhflsd 1 fJO arrs n-f . InnVl in SiilTiHaMf Jnr
township in said county, listed '.for, ; '
taxes m the name oi the Green .Kiver
Power Co. Notice is- further-, given
that unless redemption ; is made . of , -
said real estate on or befpre tfie 6th ' . ;.
day of May, 1919, 1 will apply to the ,
sheriff of Polk county for a deed to , -said
real estate. ; ' -
This the 4th day of February, 1919,
-JOSEPH LEE Purchaser.