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POLK COUNTY NEWS. TEYON, N. C
flfHl Wkty, News letter f rims Peoples Basifv i Tri8st.v iif
American Consular Agents
on the Jump. V
Most Serious' Problem. ; "7
Tryon has bsen charged with many
shortcorain gs.! A nearby town', in an"
other state; has called us "Five Dollar
Millionaires." Again we, have ' been
referred to as. "That boiled shirt
crowd." r Probably these are not as
strong indictments as could ' be
brought agamst. us All remarks of
this nature are for one purpose "and
they are more or . less effective and of
course set one section of our county
against another; all for ulterior mo
Let it be remembered that Tryon
never shirks a duty. Tryon "always
comes to tne iront m times of distress
lore Time to Himself in British
Than in r ranee, nence i nere
Been More Marriages to Brit.
Than to Frenc Gi rls Marriage j 0r calamity and is ever mindful of the
suffering individual m any part of
here excepting the; registered ones
aud they are expected most any day.
Ilf ' you ; subscribed through this bank
please cau lor your bond as interest,
will be payable the 15th of April.
For those of you who have no safe
place to keep VUr bond you' may de
posit it with us. We will issue you a
certificate of deposit and pay Interest
as it comes due at the same rate the
bond calls for. , This service is free
and" we invite anyone to use it wheth
er or not the bond; was bought
through this bankr - V .7'.::'
'i:. Don't sell your bonds without con
sulting us. If you think you are
obliged to sell come to see us we may
show you a way out without selling
cent, compounded quarterly. Our
Saving3 'Department is having a
Jiealthy growth. Will you join our
lhrifc Club and eventually-. become
independent? Deposits may ba mail
ed to -us. . - .
S.inuiel Doughboy has become
jcli wan'ieu umu wutu ne set oac
jnfce tli? world sate for democ-
and the Umtea states consular
aro having no end of trouble try
o straighten out his marital diffl
: approximately a million mem'
of the Doughboy family who
eft through England on their way.
0rv and everlasting fame, in the
tins lice, several tnousana une es-
number is not yet Known) . toos
tv Fnsli.n, Irish and Scotch girls
L themselves as wives. . .
Simply Could Not Resist .
appears Mr. Doughboy has more
to himself in the British . Isles
during his sojourn, in France,
e there have been' more marriages
British girls tnan to rencn vgiris.
that our soldiers and sailors care
for the dark-eyed beauties of the
liantic counxry mey nave pmyea
h a prominent part In saving frora
man oppression, but here m Eog-
.1 and Ireland ana Scotland tnej j
t naturally couldn't help, themselves.
e girls smiled at tnem.witn love-m
and spoke so softly and sweetly
their own language that , they mdly
Juldn't resist tne temptation.
Tvprvthins was fine ' until Mr.
)ughboy-went away from here to add
s persuasive powers to those of Mr.
mmy Atkins and Frenchy in throw
er Fritz out of France and Belgium
icle Sam. as we all know, ,was h bit
)v with his postal service at the
ont. and Mrs. Doughboy in England,
eland and Scotland became very
uch worried. They asked ,tho . con
ilar authorities about Mr. Doughboy's
hereabouts, and that's just where th
jouble started. ''-
Uncle Sam, to whom said 'consul ai
thorMes are more 'or less respon-
ile, thought he had some claim on
r. Doughboy, since he had fitted hire
t with a brand new uniform, kit
c; paid his expenses over here; ".anc
ren gave him spending money.; Bat
rs. Doughboy protested that she hac
rst claim, and so the authorities have
een as busy as a marrying" pursor
Hoboken, N. J., adjusting matters ic
manner that would not interfere
rith Uncle Sam's business in Europe
nd at the same time would relieve
he anxiety of the many young wbmeD
Y ho have hopes of residing in thf- neaJ
uture in America.
Most Serious in Scotland.
Scotland, however, has produced
he mnst serious problem to solve.
unrtreds of wee" lassies .there ..saj
hey took Mr. Douglrboy .at his word
apparently that's all,, that's neces-
ary in Scotland, according to law.
Vhile the Scotch jrirls do not
loubt the sincerity of Mr. Doughboy,
jlrregnlar since he left, also, that the
Wmistiee has been signed and sooD
Jiell ho retnrnin!r to America' has
caused them to inquire just whlre thev
stand. And the American consular
representatives ar ..uing the xnld
eight oil, blocld7 the telegraph and
cabie lines, exceeding the typewriter
speed fcmit and nursine" achinir heads
to find out all about it for all con
cerned. ; - . -
Polk county. Tryon has always sup- and if not we will get you the highest
porf-a any good movement through- market price.
out the county. Some would have it We have the-best facilities in this
believed that Tryon would ureter t
be separate and 'apart from Polk
county. It is ridiculous to deny, such
a charge if it were not for the fact
that this idea has germinated in some
parts- of. our county. We have been
slow in establishing - a. cotton ! gin a
flour mill and shipping facilities for
farm products. These things will, be
estabilshed in due course and probab
not long off. ' - i
Tryon sends greetings and . best"
wishes to all our neighbors in Polk
"No mean County." . -
section for Safety Box ; customers.
We hav a special vault of solid con
crete construction with vestibule
doors j combination lock and each box
is locked into a steel safe with secure
locks. Each customer has a key to
his own box and no other key can
open his box. A box may be rented
as low as $2.00 per year, larger boxes
at proport'onate rates. The $2.00
box will hold all the papers and se
curities the average person has.
Money deposited in our Savinsrs
. ' Department up to AprH 11th. will
I Jl X 11 ... J J? . . 11. J 11 T . .
iuerty oyims xor tne iourtn loan are draw interest from April 1st at 4 per Agation.
Many. persons do not know of how'
much value this bank can be to them.
In addition to safeguarding a. custo
mers money there are . many ways
this bank can help you. A few may
be mentioned as a suggestion to you
A father wanted to send quickly $50
to a sick son in the . far west. : The
boy received the money by wire the
same day.- Another customer wanted
to know at once the financ al standing
of a "person not rated in -Bradsreet,
in a distant city. We ' obtained . the
desired information in less than four
hours? Many of, our customers avail
themselves of our Bradstreet reports
of firms throughout the United States
We are frequently called upon to send
money to England and France. We
also collect checks and- drafts on for
eign countries. We issue - Cashier's
Checks forour customers to pay their
purchases in distant places. One
morning "recently we issued . over
$4,000.00 in Cashier's Checks to Polk
county citizens who were on their
way to attend a horse and mule sale.
Any or all of "the above service is
free and all are cordially invited to
use it as often as you like without ob-
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.TRYON, N. C
G. H. HOLMES, Pres. W. F. LITTLE, Cash.
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Suggest the following Spring-Goods:
Crepe cle chine
Long cloths, v
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Spring shirt waists J ,
Big assortment of Ginghams
Light weight underwear -50
patterns of Ginghams, 5 yds.
for $1.00 ."-
innrauioo ani oa suraiauios saMO
P4 avojjouio; io sjasBui eraoii ani
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poo2 r st it -uopauS prre UAVUT'
m asnoq jo Xmuaq aq; jof ua 'jqSjrn
4Jood jo ipjj passed aaAaoqA IBqj os
naj tiado utj moqu junq aq , Mil
'UPIA am ui iuTjra ajiiT a2nan n2m B
q aruoq a.vo siu Soipunojans 16 Dtjais
'nl pau jtanraraoD u SuizmAp' aoj
c!iunsni utj stjav auiou DooS tj Itjui
(CPs eDno utjuiustiSu'j niTBaAi v.
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Xjiunuituoo dj3H soujoh
A new babv had rnmp tn the hnmp.
fnd the neighbors' little ones were al-
vea to come in to see him. A little
ne looked him over generally, then
"uveu awn to the tottora of the long,
ress and, quite puzzled, asked, "Ain't
icei yet l .
Everything to wear with the best selection of notions to be
found in Tryon.
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Step into our store and just look at the pretty frocks, wa isls
gloves, neck-weaf and so on that are on special display.
Prices in this store are the fairest-and most alluring figures
ever put on the sort of stock that it is always bur habit to car ry .
Bring your friends and come to see lis you will be repaid for
vmir nains bv the new mecca f ound m our establishment tor
j " it .
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue 'm
il i., "c Ui puvvur oi saie com-tuxi-
ccuted by Will King and wife to W.
lokr, t0 secure a note -for ' thp
dav 5 Purchase , money on the ' 31st
nX:.f ctober, 1916 I will ': sell "at
for - lon 10 cne Highest biaaej
Pniv , LIie court nouse door 01
t-uunxy on . - v ,
. A TTTT vAAit' 4 aja v .. . ''-i .
at 10 ftlH niyiy - i -la-
M.Ktn.v C1ck noon; two lots in ' the
nn .:Ui .Aryon with small cottage
3? ZZ Ahem. Recorded; in, Uook
for 07 P whih you are referred
Ty,ia "v-.utiun "t.san lots.
Ai&awh 25th, 1919. '
E. Mi! Aby,J- C Mills Admr. of- W.
"7 L iyirs. Sallie Livingston.
328-4t;.pd' LIVINGSTAN Agent.
FOR EVERYTHING .
Fryon, North Carolina
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With all cash purchases we give coupons "which tarey
redeemable in valuable premiums.v These premium '
are of the best and well worth more than- the . small
effort-required by. the saving of your coupons to ob-?
tain them: Call and get a premium book and beginV
saving your coupons today. ' . - ': . , -;
, v Below are a few money saving prices. Give fus
an'order and we are sure the treatment you receive y?
will cause you to come again. v
3 lb', cans Tomatoes per doz.. .... .v. . S1.05 -
2 lb. can" Tomatoes, per duz. . .
A lb. cans Corn, per doz
vWhith House Coffee, per lb. ; ... . .
Flour, per barrel. . ; ......... .
Best Shorts, per 75 lb. bag.?;.. ...c;
Your orders for anything in our line, will receive
prompt and carelul attention ', : . . ..
Tryon9 N. C.
A fresh shipment of Loose- Wiled
Biscuit Co. and National Biscuit Go's
Cakes and Crackers and pound raisin
Two Perfection Oil'Stoves for sale.
Johns, Qnr k Co.
Phone Nb: 14 v ::
This Bank -is for Peope who
Want to Improve their , financial Condition.
Will you let ls serve you? A checking account is most
convenient in the payment of bills, ' fit is the safest receipt
A Savings account is the sure road to an eventual com-,
petency. We solicit ytur account..
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q.. C. SONNER
President ' Vice Presidat$ .
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H. B. LANE
- Cashier -
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For "ffanrrrn Daods or to wo
: property see
W. T. LQNDSEY, TryorD.
CONSENT OF STOCKHOLDERS
Whereas, on the thirty-first day of
January, A. D., lWf tnejcu-
The Jno. Ij. jacKson 7
nSority vote of the whole iJoard, at
?3riled for that purpose, of
wh dTting every Director recerv
'a fct three days ; notice, did
adopt a resolution m
the effect following, towit; v.
That- in the judgment of
k advisable, and most
t,, i0r,ofit nf The Jno.
fv,now .fhat-the Isame :sno
fhwith' unsolved; .and to t.enu
it ia 7 ordered that a meeting- of ,-tne
1V?S, ?Y?irf 1 hM An Wednesday,
SlOCKnozueio w r Va r 1Q1Q ' at
vioirnf March. A. D. iyi, ar
I,.. HrtrnDaiiy. m tne ww
LI1C UiiiVC Ui x -
resowuon auu tui ----- - h
2S1 dSy from this
date by -publishing the said resoiu-J??-JKi,p
. rirfi of its adoption, m
rrntv News, a newspaper
published in the town of . Tryon, for
at least four weeks,' once a week, sue-
pessively,. and ; by mailing a written
ox printed copy1 01 tne same to eacn
andevery stocknoider 01 tnls compa
ny' in the United States.
And whereas, the Secretary of - the
said Company did give notice of the
meeting of stockholders called by
said resolution as required by law and
the said resolution " '
Now, therefore, we, the subscribers,
being more than two-thirds in inter
est of . all the stockholders, being met
together in pursuance ; of said resolu
tion and notice . have consented and
do hereby consent that the said Com-
pany De, lormwim uiasoivcu.as pru
nosed in; said "resolutions u : w 4
Witness our hands, this Fifth day ofj
March;A, .D.1919.- n : A
John L. JacKson,-sixteen shares.:
i; " James Jackson, eight shares.
-a , N. B. Jackson, four shares.
Attest: N; B. Jackson, Secretary. "
STATE OF NORTHN CAROLINA, -'
, J jCounty of Polk.
:'N. B Jackson being duly sworn, on
his oath says that he is Secretary of
R SALE AT A
the Jno. L. Jackson y.. Company; that
he saw Jno. L. Jackson, N.VB. Jackson
arid James Jacksori, seeing more than
two-thirds m interest" of the stock
holders of said Company, at a meet
me duly called for that purpose, as
above, recited, signed the foregoing
certificate of consent as their volun
tary act and deed, and that deponent
at tne same time subscribed as tne at
testing witness; and deponent-further
says, that on the 5th day of March,
A, D. 1919, he mailed a printed copy
of the ; resolution above recited, with
a i notice of the ; adoption thereof, to
each "and every stockholder of said
Company residing in the' . United
States and also caused the same to
be duly published as required by said
resolution: and denonent further savs
that the: said resolution of the Board JUSTICE OF THE i PEACE
01 ivireciors was uujiy . aaoptea upon
lawful notice as " in ; the certincate
If taken at once." Cash or reasosble
Tvo tenant houses, jwell buUt, incolored
tenement district. Store house and : lot oh
Trade street. - GEO. A. GASH, Agt
Wv F. LITTLE
V NOTARY PUBLIC
Tryon, N. C;
GEO. A. GASH
-' N. .. B. Jacksonr; Secretary. .
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 5th day. of March, A. D. 1919.;
W. .F, Little Notary Public.
My commission- expires March 19,
m , and ;
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; ; Collections a specialty. ' Deeds
and Mortgages prepared, . and
Contracts written at ; reasonable
prices. - '
TRYON, N, C.
We Have tlie Right Price
-' " "' AND , . V
to do your building, r , Full aBtpefe
ueuing, anngies, juotn3, Anterior,
Finish and Moulding ugh .vSgL
Dressd. Lumber" Carry conpleto7 r
STOCK OF FEEDS
HE Anon LUMSSn CO. t.M
SALUDA, K, Ci'.