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r-iilpd for Friday Evening at
M?Voffa? he SchL House Audito
8:l: Many Public Matters Will
Se Bnmsht Before the Audience.
Thcrc will be -an open ' meeting at
.i public School Auditorium, Friday
Jnir at half past eight, to discuss
S ous civic improvements.
TTvprv citizen who has the welfare
f Tn bn at . heart is urgently re
0 ,1.(1 to attend. .. .
CiUC" E E. MISSIILDINE, Mayor.
Tn accordance with the above call
f panestly hoped that a full at
1 ' V ncc vrAl be there., - As the call
tte various civic improvements
Sill he discussed. One of these is of
noikance to the future
If frvon, and it is hoped that every
;ri7en who nas .iiyuuo xutuxc w
The ladies, especially are invited, as
-come of the questions wll effect them
pCBe on hand and let's put Tryon on
o nc't.Vip most beautiful as well
as most progressive town m this part
THE OPERETTA CINDERELLA.
innr from the north who remem
w? her own training in marching
tpimarchinff. says that she
ard her friends didn't as well after
cx months training as the public
School children of Tryon after that of
six weeks, that the discipline was ad
mirable, not one sound coming from
.behind the curtain, though there were
ten forty, children penned up there.
Unlimited praise is due Miss Buch
anan and the other teachers for all
that they accomplished. They made
a-fairy scene of the school stage, and
bv so doing gave real pleasure to a
lirge audience with profit, to the
The color schemes were lovely. It
would not do to mention the names of
the particular children who lookd
their pretty parts, and who did well
in singing -and acting, for the list be
ginning with the Prince and Cinder
ella would come up and down to the
Bee, the Violet- the Rose,- the Holly
hock, Mignonette in fact the whole
rosebud garden of girls and the whole
bright crowd of boys. 7
All that our boys and girls need is
a fair chance, and a first rate school
will give them that chance.
The earniner Dower of mrmov is fvo.
mendous. You work hard for vnnr
money, and you should
money work for you. - The best plan
to get a start is to open a Savings
Account m this strong bank and add
a ' regular amount every week or
month. Don't draw -anv of it.
it accumulate and let the interest
compound. ; After awhile you will
have enough to buy a home, some
land or to carry out any cherished
ambition. This is thp
get ahead and it is sure. We .will
pay you 4 per cent . interest every
quarter either in cash or put it in
your book to draw, interest. . The lat
ter, way is interest; on interest or call
ed, compound interest:' Como tr tVio
bank and talk it over or if not Conven
ient to come .'write 'and 'we will answer
any questions you may want to know.
A dollar Opens an account i t.hia Ao.
partment. .The. writer of. . these ads
Knows a small fortunp iHhat Rtrtpd.
with a dollvir only a. few years ago.
write k your letters ' of, if we can give
you any information or help you in
any way please call on us. This ser
vice is for you whether or1 not : you
are a customer of this bank, ' v
Thisj bank has a room fitted out for
the use of its friends. Writing ma
terials are provided and the telephone
is nearby. We especially invite Polk
county folks to make use of this room
Meet your friends here, come here to
Notice the. successful men in your
community and you will find in near
ly every instance they have a ; bank
account. Financial success ; and a
bank account go hand in hand. Oc
casionally ; you find an exception but
the rule holds good everywhere. Make
up your mind to have a bank account,
even if it is small. It will help you
save your money and that, is the ba
sis of financial success. "
The County Fair is taking on new.
iiie ana tne prospects are fine lor a
big fair this year. Everv citiV.pn in
Polk should get behind this movement
ana taiK " ine Uig Folk County Fair,
a good slogan would.be "Meet me at
the Polk County Fair."
tion without charge; Call; for any in
formation you wish to know, we' have
the official circulars. ;
If you have surplus money it is
your duty to buy Victory Bonds. The
sale is now on and your opportunity
to buy will soon pass. The interest
rate is higher being 434 per cent and
the time of the loan is only five years.
This bank will handle your 'subscrip-
We - issue certificates of deposit ior
Liberty. Bonds. at their face value and
pay you the interest the . bond calls
for as it becomes due.; Deposit your
bond with , us. Don't leave bonds
around , the house to be stolen or de
stroyed by fire.' This applies only to
coupon bonds. We will keep . your
registered bond for you and make no
charge. - '
Wc are now prepared to take care
of any firm or individual business in
the wav -of; loans whether large or
small. We take care of our custo
mers. Open an account with -this
strong bank and get. your credit es
tablished. Credit, .is the business
man's or the farmer's ; best asset and
'the way to establish credit is to use
I it. Do "your business vwith this live,
progressive bank and when the time
' comes that you need accommodations
, we will go the limit. -,
We rent Safety Boxes in our strong
concrete steerdoor' vault for $2.00 per
year. Rent a box and- keep your
valuable i papers where you know
they are safe. ,
M GIVE VALUABLE PR1IIIS
With all casK purchases we give coupons which are
redeemable in valuable premiums. i These premiums
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 begin
savin'g your coupons today. ;
Below are a few money. saving prices. Give us
an order and we are sure the treatment you receive
:will cause you to come again.
Mrs. W. S. Brewster through whom
Trvon received her French orphan,
has been in France since February, in.
the interest of the fatherless children
of- France. She was received by
President Poincare, and by the Arch
bishop of Paris.
The French government put at her
disposals motion picture outfit and
she will bring home with her moving
pictures of the thousands of orphans
for which the society is caring.
" Several letters have been received
from the mother of litttle Leon Le-
vasseur for whom the town provided
for two years. They are the lettters
of a well educated, brave woman, but
one will never again take anything
but a mcst serious view of life. In
one lettetr she becomes eloquent over
the help which this country hos given
then and their children.
The second orphan for whom we
provided for one year is a pretty little
dark eyed girl. Her father was kill
ed at the age "of 26, the mother nowr
having to care for herself and child.
Some day when movie outfits be
come a possession of the public
schools, we will see these and many
oter pictures of interest.
The study of botany as it used to
be taught, was dry beyond belief, but
muminatea on tne movie screen it is
saul to be a delight.
A company in Boston is attempting
to make films for the whole school
system of the country, ay they sue
WAR MEDALS. '
Mr W T TinrJcmT HY, o i rtn n n Vi'.
als made of German guns, captured
by our boys at Chateau Thierry,
v. men will be presented to the best
In each 1
in the largest amount of subscrip
tions will receive a medal. If we are
to jjo over the top all must pull to-
s-wier. - ets go.
TWENTY-FOUR YEARS OLD.
tnis number completes the twenty-,
lourth volume of the NEWS, and we
are twentv-four years old today.
JJany changes have taken place in
J.ou county during that period of
m G'und jt is interesting to look back
:,cr fi1s and see what is recorded
thorom. The NEWS has had its up
and downs, and has never been a
money making establishment. The
county is small, and there are lots of
PPle therein who do not take their
t w v newsPaper despite the fact
tyal but one is published in the coun-
We have no long winded "spiel" to
v?5Lour birthday anniversary.
'cv'nV- S wiH continue to advocate
'xtltninjr that io ;f
frion -n county, and hopes that its
H continue to multiply in
e as they have in the past.
COLUMBUS BAPTIST CHURCH.
Ma4Ula Poaching service Sunday
inviLrt unday school at 10:30. All
Th(k J631 Bonanza Kings. '
Flood AboJanza kings" were James S.
en?ae tSn f Ur men IrISh
fom n acquired vast fortunes
Pacific an(i silver mines on the
tators nmfSt They had various iml
Qanie w !?ccessors who Shared the
es Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. HOLMES, Pres. W. F. LITTLE, Cash.
IR. L. LEE & CO., :Landrum9;-S;.C
Wish to advise the Farmers, Truckers and others who use fertilizers for
crops of any kind, that we are now putting in a full line for stock, of
Nitrate of Soda, 16 par cent. Acid Phosphate,
Sulphate of Ammonia
and five different analysis of finished fertilizers. fv
Our warehouse was empty a few days, but we are now again
stocking up and can fill any reasonable order, or load wagons as
fast as they come.
We appreciate the liberal share of business givenus this sea
son, and hope to be able at all times to meet the "demand for
3 lb. cans Tomatoes per doz.. .
2 lb., cans. Tomatoes,- per doz. .
2 lb. cans Corn, per doz. . ... .
Flour , per barrel. . . . . ...... . .
.Best Shorts, per 751b. bag.
Your orders for anything in our line will receive
prompt and carelul attention.
Tryon9 N. C.
This Bank is for Peope who
Want to Improve their financial Condition.
"Will you let us serve you? A checking account is moat
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. SONNKR H. B. LANE
Praaident Viae PresidcaU Caihier
R. L. LEE & CO.,
For farm lands or town
W. T. LD NOSEY, Try do.
IE TO (D
SALE AT A
If taken at once. Gash or reasosble
Two tenant houses, well built, in colored
tenement district. Store house and lot on
Trade street. GEO. A. GASH, Agt.
I he Car
.i lhie oesit Jroir
When you buy any merchandise at this
store you are sure to get your moneys worth
of dependable goods no matter what the
article you buy. We carry the best line of
rnfml merchandise in Polk county and we
are selling everything at live and let live
$ nrirAft. Below are a few for vour consid
eration: . i .
Gan Make Immediate Delivery
Major and Minor Prophets. ' n
The major prophets of the Old Testa
ment were Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel
and Daniel; The Old Testament books
contain their prophecies. The minor
prophets of the group of Old Testa
mentx writers from Hosea to Malachi
are so called because of the brevity of
their prophecies. Malachi1 was the last
of the minor prophets. -
Fifth and last Liberty Loan,
it, like all the others, a success.
-Kenc ota; Lost Race. V :
At Casa Grande, near, Florence, Italy
is the ruin, with walls still standing,
of hatprobablyf ; was i the last com
munal house erected on the southern
plains by a race of., pupblo builders
that probably had departed elsewhere
oi had been merged -with wilder tribes
even ; before - the passing to- the- west-,
ward of theJ'Artec.rs6uth-bound pll-I
grimage about the year 1300. "' .
If. our boys did the fighting surely we
lyhould be proud of the privilege of doing
,jtke paying. ' .
For busines&yL purposes, for soci; it
purposes, fofny purposes to'- life;
rule that should admit of, no excei v
tions is : "Be specific 1 In everythiniT
you say. 'Don't take" it fpr ' granted' ;
tliat Vvague, general statements will
properly convey your meaning.' Gen
eral statements, please f remember,
leave ' wide room for inference, and
there' is always the liability that a
wrong inference will be drawn.
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Show the world Arterica was light,
by upholding the Governrpent in ail ; its
promises. Buy Bonds.,
Arbuckles Coffee, (old price). . . . ..... . .
Large String Beans, per can. . . . .......
K Pear, per can. . . . . . ..... . . ....
Large Washing Powder, per package . v
Irish Potates, large size, per bushel.
Self Rising Flour. . . . . . . . . .
Fancy Patent Flour. .
Special rate on any canned goods by the
Dress Ginghams, per yard, ... ........ .
Apron Ginghams, per yard ..........
25c Lawn, white, per yard now. ... . . . . .
17c Lawn, white, per yard now. . .....
Colored Satins.:..... . . . ......... ... .
1 lot Men's Oxfords, $6.00 value. ..... .
1 lot Men's Dress Shirts. . . . ...... . . .
. ..... .17c
... ..12 l-2c
For Everything .
Tryon, North Carolina
Sam wants to pay . his debti.