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Air C W. Ballengers pent a few
days at Atlanta, this week. - y; ;
Mr and Mrs. F. P. Bacon visited
Greonville, S. C, the fore part of the
week. v -"v
Mrs VJ B. Reid and Mrs. Josephine
Vilson visited relatives at Spartan
b;u Tuesday. ... -..vV.
7 0t: Loung pip, red, with black
-JtV" Ulcase return to R. A. Leon
id and secure reward. . ... -
Admiial-and Mrs. Berry left, on
-ud-iy, Detroit. Mr. Brady will
iVmain'for a short while at Oak Hall.
Two stories by Mrs. Wynne were
nod -.t the Lanier Club, by Miss Put
nam. "n Thursday; to a delighted au
dience. The beautiful weather of the past
two weeks has caused the departure
of. the greater number of our winter
Tlv doi-'-wood keeps up to its repu
tation, and the flowering azeaJea is
icrinninng to blaze in favored places
on the heights.
Superior court at Columbus, is
demanding the time, of several of
our citizens this week.
Not a day passes without a crowd
driving up to Kruse's, where the wel
come of the flowers and the mountain
The Scout Master, Mr. - Hill, took
Ids hovs on a hike. It would be fine
to have a report from LeCount Hill
on one of the other boys.
Mr. Jack Boatright, of Washing
ton, arrived in Tryon Saturday for a
short visit. He has many friends here
who are always glad to see him.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jackson4 and
their daughter will come back to their
Tryon home, on Thursday, Mr. Jack
son having obtained his. release from
the service"." .
Miss Sue R. Wilson is at Miss Rav
anel's, but she will soon open her own
home.' whre "her cousins, Miss Knox
and Miss Brail sford, are to join her
The Southern Railway Co. keeps
improving the appearances 'of the
o-rounds around its station. Now then
let's do the same thing for other
parts of Tryon. ,
Miss Clifford -Williams, of Ithaca,
New York, has rented the small Ful
ler cottage for the next few months.
She will soon be joined by her
mother and sister.
Mr. W. T. Lindsey has been select
ed as county chairman for the Victory
Loan campaign and, went .tr "R,al,eigh,
Tuesday, to be present at. a. meeting
of county chairmen for North Caro
Miss Clara Bell will make a visit
with her sister at Louisville,Ky., and
from there she will go to Philadel
phia for a visit with friends there.
Afterward she will go up into New
England where she has accepted a
position. Her stay there will be in
definite. - - -
Congregational church:' Sunday
school at 10 a.1 m.; public worship
with Easter sermon by the pastor, at
11. Devotional service at 4:30 p. m.
Mr.rand Mrs. Henry B. Conrad are
the guests of Mrs. Conrad's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hester.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tafti are soon
to go with their family to Atlanta,
drawn there by the advantages for
children offered by a larger, place.
All good wishes go with them, with
grateful memories of the faithful
vork and the generous hospitality
which they have dispersed her in
Many take the long drive past what
was once the pleasant Loc Cabin, to
the mountain height, which the Lud
lums chose for their home. Near
there Mr. Otto Banhard is building a
a bungalow. Mr. Rannard and his
sister, Mrs. Vvfolhaues, have spent the
past iortnight with Mrs. JLudlum.
We received a very pleasant call
Tuesday from Mrs. E. Tryon Sin
clair, of Chicago. Mrs". Sinclair is
a lineal descendant of Governor Try
n, who was an English governoriof
the colony of North Carolina, and
or whom Tryon is named.- Mrs. Sin
clair endeavored to find out as much
relating to Governor Tryon as pos
S1ble, while' here.
jir. and Mv? Emerson left on Sat
yraay, to the vGgiet of their many
n'K'nds. Tryon is soon to have a
Py of Mr. Emersonis recently pub
isned hook, Biographies of the Mem
o's of the Saturday Club. A long
r--.ew Cf this work by Miss Lowell,
'yne New York Timesconcludes by
jilting that it is an admirable rec
time mrriQrtant men. of a great
Dick Rallenger stopped off on his
jay to Fort Oglethorpe, last Wed
tsday, and spent a short time in
ryon. He was warmly greeted by
- Many friends here. He has not
tl-:n Pleased-from duty in the
f TM cranch of the United Spates
, service, but is very anxious to
released and return to Tryofa.
r,: r Juhus Sawyer left Monday for
ien.a"ntv ' where e expect to
in?? V r five or six weeks, attend-
K l0. business matters.
Engineers of the state and govern
ess J n conJunctTon with the cm
nerS of the Try on-Saluda high
d nTelc a meetine: in Trvon'Mon-
acttn 'v,as the final meeting before
oad Vnstruction starts on this
b rooS ?'e are informed. That will
conStv tW3 t0 the PePle of Polk
drinetilft ne work-will' be finished
anfi ' surnn K00d weather of the spring
shPe for ' ?nd wiU b in good
Yr the same f nGXt winter"
tnda?"u:t(i;iVn,advertiser told us
siness fr? e- had received much
the Nevs ls advertisements in
Pay redone only:had he had
tUt one ,from Polk county,
SisC in fej seen his ad-
c rc , lthe NEWS. ' As the
rom Peoples Balili"& Trust Co,
Snasniodip AfFrto- 4- - J
l . . w.vo .x, Bttving money
does not accomphsh the object. The
.real savor is fV . i
7, 7f '. . . "" pciaun wno nas a
definite plan. To set aside a part
of he income for a savings account
and make-it a habit. If one has a
weekly or monthly income a definite
sum of this income should be deposit
ed in our Savings Department" where
it will draw interest. Where an in
come ; is riot regular, a . certain per
cent, to be determined on basis of
annual income, should be deposited
with us. In a short time one can
acquire the "savings habit" where it
is not natural r oo-.t t.
- utc iiicitters
-not how small the income a small
portion 01 it should be deposited,
inis bank accepts deposits of one dol
lar or over at any time and interest
is allowed quarterly on $5.00 or over,
lour future success will depend on
what you save., What you earn does
not count it is what you save. Join
our party of savers and become thirty.
A checking, account is a safeguard
against needless expenditures. Money
m the purse has wings and soon is
frittered away. Deposit your money
in this bank and check it out to pay
your bills or to. pay for your pur
chases thereby having a legal receipt
for every transaction. It is easier
and far safer to write a check than
to be counting out money. You will
find that you will not spend so much.
We solicit checking accounts of all
kinds regardless of how- small and
render the same prompt service to
the small depositor as to the large
. A- Certificate of Deposit is a fine
investment. This bank pays four
per cent -interest from date and is
sues certificates for three months. It
is better than the cash for the in
come is - quite a nice little 'sum every
three months. Deposit your inactive
funds with us and let us pay you interest.
The importance of every person in
Polk County to do business in his
own county is more apparent now
than ever before. We are just enter
ing an era of road construction; Ou?
expenses will be higher and every dol
lar deposited in this bank will wor
for Polk County's good. Every dol
lar deposited outside of Polk is help
ing to tear down Polk and build up
some outside county that you ' have
no interest in. Be loyal to your own
county and thereby help yourself for
as you build up your own county you
are building up yourself. This bank
earnestly solicits the-business of any
citizen of Polk and feels sure that as
good, perhaps better, service will be
rendered as any bank can render.
Many citizens throughout the
county are availing themselves of our
Banking by Mail, plan. .Send us a
trial deposit. You will receive a re
ceipt and supplies by return mail,
bavmgs accounts opened' for $1.00
or more; Checking -accounts $25.00
or more; Certificates of Deposit
$o0.00 or more.
.When you are in Tryon call to see
us. If you have any project on that
we can be ,of service to you drop in
and talk it over. We have a room
available for our friends where they
may meet friends or write a letter.
Make use of these or any other of
our facilities. You are most heartily
welcome whether you do business
with us or not.
We issue Certificates of Deposit for
Liberty Bonds (Coupon) at par value
and pay the interest as it becomes due
mailing check direct to you for the
same amount of interest the bond
calls for. Don't leave your Liberty
Bond where it may be stolen or
destroyed by ftre. We make no charge
for this service,
E GIVE VALUABLE
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. HOLMES, Pres. W. F. LITTLE, CasH.
Uina P. :ulds in 32 stooc q;u:-
With all cash purchases we give coupons which aro
effort fnSS SSdrtWeU orth more than the small
farfn lh? n Jy e saving: of your coupons to ob-
Xheyoir sjsf as;."-? b d b
will cause you to come again. Y Ve
3 lb. cans Tomatoes per doz. .
2 lb. cans Tomatoes, per doz! V. -
2 lb. cans Corn, per doz n
Whith House Coffee, per lb
Flour, ner hnrrpl '
X v A. X
jjcat onurts, per 7D lb. bag 2 50
Wilkies. & Co.
Tryon? N. C.
A fresh shipment of Loose-Wiles
Biscuit Co. and National Biscuit Co's.
Cakes and Crackers and pound raisin
Two Perfection Oil Stoves for sale.
John Orr St. Co,
Phone No. 14
Tryon, N. C.
This Bank is for Peope who
Want to Improve their financial Condition.
Will you let us serve you? A checking account is mo$t
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 your account.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C..SONNER H. B. LANE
President Viee Presidents Cashier
tygepita Vagiae pSus Style and Fit
PRICE: $5; $30; $35; $40
; S0LD BY
FOR EVERYTHING . . J. , ;
Tryon, North Carolina;
For farm lands or town
W. T. LO NOSEY, Tryon.
SALE AT A
If taken at once. Cash or reasosble
Twd tenant houses, well built, in colored
tenement district. Store house and lot on
Trade street. GEO. A. GASH, Agt.
W- F. LITTLE
Tryn N. C.
GEO; A. GASH
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Collections a specialty., Deeds
and- Mortgages prepared,!- and
Contracts written - at reasonable
We Have the Right Prices
Kind of Materials
to do your building. Full stock
Doors, Windows, Siding, Flooring
Ceiling, Shingles Loths; Interior '
Finish and Moulding, Rough' andv '
Dressd Lumber. Carry complete'
Irm Vn. y.,U may receive an rAr.