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Poland died. PonIatov$kl ascended
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Bnteml as :oni-cla88 matter April 28. 118
at th pott office at Tryon, North Carolina, un
der the act of March 3 1879 - ,
B. F. COPELAND. - Editor
C. BUSH, - Businesi Manager
Subscription $2.00 per V ear
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where an admission fee la charared. or for flnaneia
g-ain. will be charged regular advertising rates of
ire cents per line.
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION.
225 West 89th Street. New York City, is our sole
and exclusive Foreign Advertising Agent.
froraTulri.1 and Stanislaus lacked thr
necessary strength and statesmanshlrx
Russia. Prussia and Austria divided
this kingdom among them and the de
posed king retired to Petrojrfad on a
pension, where he died in 1798.
- Report of the Condition of the
CAROLINA OTATE BANK
at Saluda, in the State of North Car-
olna, at the close of business, May
Loans and discounts. . . . ?416J2?o
Overdrafts, unsecured ..... 170.52
United States Bonds ana
Liberty bonds and war
All other stocks, bonds and
Banking house $1250; fur-
r niture and nxtures
All other real estate owned.
Cash in vault and net a
t mount due from banks
; bankers and trust
Checks for clearing
'.'Long May It Wave."
OUR "OPPORTUNITIES" NUMBER
- Liabiiites ? .
Capital stock paid in......$ 5,000.00
Surplus fund ......... .... 1,500.00
Undivded profits -less cur
rent expenses xoid tax- : 1
es paid. ............ . . -1,849.46
Deposits subject to check. Y 36,920.24
Time certificates of deposit 17,078.69
Cashier's checks outstand-,
State of North Carolina
County of Polk May 21, 1919.
I. H. B. Lane. Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
. B. LANE, Cashier.
Q. C Sonner,
M. A. Pace, .
."W. C. Robertson.
uscriby'siniWorn to before me,
this 21st day of May .1919.
JfljHlVBailey, Notary PubUc.
Mar 1, 1921.
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xo oe seen on every i jy itornMusspbn expires
overlook the lack of'-newsi! i' MM A$ o
t,0 timp nf nnr first visit to I uui x wuil
"Wc devote more attention to Polk
county and her opportunities, in this
issue than we do to news. ; We feel
f ripTid of Polk coun-
ty will join with us in devoting one
number to the rich and rare opportun
Polk county we have been .convinced
that if we could but set forth the op- jt because the war is over, or be
pprtunities lying around on every j cause you may be busy with raising a
ciMo w,f ro wmilH Hn a hiV thiriir for new crop, is no reason why you
Folic county. In setting forth these feE L5i SS1
opporimuues, our ciuci sum is, niav, i united States
to cret our own people to erasp them. I The period of readjustment it at
If we can arouse the person who is nana. New conditions are coming to
native, of the country to the fact that r"J!fi"" "'"ux"
Polk county is as full of opportunities 1 informed and to know what is 'hap-
as any other section m the united i pening and- how decisions on impor
States then we will feel that we have ant matters are reached.
oniv wo oil fktt The man who is. informed is the
mini whn will VMn hd
and labor expended along that subject When you read a daily newsnaner.
We want our own people to do the I read the best. .
developing of our opportunities. Don't I we believe we are giving you the
wait until outsiders come in 'adW !F ??ur money
. . . , . , wwu yuu Buusenue ior me vxreens-
cure your Dinnngnt. mane up your boro Daily News. Largest market
mind to make use of ' the, oppor tun-1 rtport. -.Vashington and Raleigh bu
ities we rossess.a nd soon Polk county I reaus.David Lawrence articles. Lon
uwu ' limes caDie service . neciai
ly belongs, at the top of the list. special section! and mairazme fea'.'
Don't 'mistake-. us and, think "W j fures, , Yo get a new European map
not want outsiders to locate with .us wtn mntns subscripuon. Write
j i . j- x cr-i ior- samnle-copya iSubsaiDtion nrice:
p m uur enueavur Daily $5 per ye Daily and Sunday
extend the invitation to every home- pREENSBORO DAILY NEWS,
seeker from any other section of the
United States to come to Polk county.
You can do no. better. But to our own
people we plead. You are already
here, an surrounded . by your kin
dred and friends, but what you need
to do, and that only, is to wake up
and take advantage of the opportun
ities that little Polk presents to you
on every hand. Let every man, wo
man and child, in Polk county, from
now on adopt the slogan,
"1 BELIEVE IN POLK COUNTY."
Greensboro, N. C.
"Six room furnished bimealow. with
bath for rent or sale. Overbrook Oi
chard Saluda, N. C.
Eggs Of Mottled Ancona chirlrenti
for sale, $1.50 per setting of 15 eggs.
d. v. vopeiana, rryon, jn. U.
NOTICE TO TAAX PAYERS AND
PROPERTY OWNERS OF
' MISCELLANEOUS. -Buy
your nursery stock of E ' Jr
Bradley, Saluda, agent for the old
reliable nursery company, of Pomna.
N. C. He can save you money and
assist VOU in VOlir Klrtinn
As Tax Supervisor for Polk county, I best, adaptedt o your soil.
under the provisions of the Revalna-1 r vrr oatp. t- . . "
tion Act, passed at the last General weiehi 110
Assembly of North Carolina, I would 1 cash. ; Chas. J. Lynch, Tryon. ,
Hens "For Salei Twenty larirp
Barred Plymouth Rock hens for sale.
k. a. IjUjUNAKD,. Tryon, N. C.
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tye giad to meet as many of the tax
payers as can possibly attend, at Co
lumbus, MonJay, June 2nd, and ex
plain to them as best I can the pro
visions of this act, which is intended
to put the State pn an entirely new
Unn,'M rcr . I 1 ' . 1 '
ior " . FOR SALE: Nice mahogany book
l have an office over the Bank of I case; also some small farming tools.
xryon, ana snau be glad to explain to I "Hre oi james Lieonard, xryon.
any tax payer the provisions of this
FOR SALE: Two extra TiTM sad
dle horses. Chas. J Lvnch. Trvon.
w - , - - .
act; in fact, this is Dart of -mv world U1 pALE-Sweet potato -plants;
and Ha f foni o T several Kinds; at 25c per 100: ready
.- ao ieoi any hesitancy in call- n0w T. H. Willmmi, Tion, K C.
Tax Supervisor, Polk County.
WANTED TO BUY.
a small tract of land near Ashe
ville, Hendersonville or Saluda, suit
able for dairy farming and hog rais
ing. Give full particulars. and lowest
CTD vrn m m
oiivAiiiU r rum our Tftrm on
North Pacolet, on May 10, one dark
Day norse mule aged 12 or 15 years.
weiKIU( auout ouu pounds. Any in
lormauon please notify Claude : 0.
omun, Xiandrum. s. c -
T S4w m a. .
i,UMUJUKro SALE: Mrs. R. G.
I namiiton, Tryon Route 1, Box 33.
CAR FOR SALEOn 191 Ch.
first fetter.. Also ' whether ffijLS1? H
you will trade for citv nronertv f A ""'W ? :m
P. L. WRIGHTs
once, near Hkiaii O.yaai .v..lv :-Tn.i.
omc. iandrum k i r '
'FOR SALR 1?riafAT1 Tatnwt.
boar, with nanorc fVA tmn-m. .U i
Baba Locomotioni ; wriii'ZI iVJ
, .uuici uou jusi uccu icaiu lnDreemnp. .
Ing to drive his car. The baby was CHAS J. LYNCH, Tryon, N. C
jUSt. learnlnff to wnllf nn1 fiho motir1 I- - ; !
sideways. One day, Merrill ran into the P youft chickens to usfor highest
house and said : "Oh, mamma, com 5iarjcet Pnces. r We pay jexpress on 1
aua see the haW sagr . S. J bfflTu W81
( P $5.00
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EVERY woman needs a pair of these
conifort giving low shoes for light wear,
for the hospital and for resting the feet
after wearing heavy shoes.. . v ';
These good looking, sensible, low shoes are ,
exactly what you need. . r
Made of the softest Vici kid leather, hand x
turn, extremely flexible sole, silent rubber
tread, low heel, genuine. SELZ quality, all
.. leather, perfect workmanship, a shoe every
woman should possess. ' -
$3.5o to $0.oo
community it-permitted to enjoy its oYrsent
. - - , . , asperity.
? 6 K ; 1 1 uusini comes r
Farmer. Several of our directors arp F.rJ. 05
to the Farmer is our first consideration.
We invite your business, large or tmall.
g BANK Olr
The Old Reliable ROY P. WHITLOCK, O,
ins & Co., Tryon
flpjcfaffrfwg fit SihShsu
Donvest toy Mail!
" Citv nd Farm Prooertv Bouaht and Sold. - Furnished and un-
furnished houses (or rent. Property taken . care of and rents
eolleeted. Do not Waste your tine and tire yourself out looking
for a place. Our auto is at your service free. Notary Public.
JAMES LEONARD, Tryon, N. C.
You 11 need neither a hatchat nor a stick oi dynamite. " A
good, ordinary set of molars will easily, dispose of
A Fine Tenderloin Steak J ,
An Extra Porterhouse Steak
A Luscious Round Steak
A Nutritious Roast -A
Dish of Pork Chops
If yon havn"t any- teeth we have sausage that will fairly
melt in your mouth.
Eat our meats. Good for your stomach.
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Also want to buy good beef cattle, hogs
and chickens, for which I will pay the high
est MARKET PRICE. 1
A. H. WILLIAMS.
- Buy a Certificate of Deposit.
, it earns iour per cent irom aate and can k
q : converted into cash by mail, at any time.
BAN IK. Or TRYON
Vf. T. LINDSEY Prei J. B. HESTER Cashier.
y.l What you want is here at the
price you want t'pay.'
; v It is logical to select your Home
furnishings from that cohrri whictf ?
. best meets your - every want arid
need. This is the largest best equips
ped and . most completely stocked
Homie-furnishing House in the Sou thSv
Here you will find anything yoii i
want for any room in thtfhouse. Se
also carry a frill iiiie of office: epiip
: meht.. : . v. ' , . , a :c ,: -'C-i
These Essentials of Sound Banking
are embodied in this institution.
YOUR ACCOUNT . SOLICITED
BAN IK off , -S ALU DA
SaDajidlai, N. C.
HENRY P. CORftlTH. .Pres. JOHN B. CANNCN. Y-Pres. PRESTON H. UHR,((
CZAin'C it. 17
-Ure waiit is an. lpit sKcnv
J. L. 51V1 A i HERS v& SONS
Asheville, N; 5
n m m m
; $8.00 ,
) 'viiiSiir I '
Vott ought, to
have a pair of
these soft vid kid
Nothing except the actual wearing can
more elegantly ; describe the effects of i
fliese SELZ shoes than the above slogan, j
SELZ comfort shoes have made feet glad
for nearly one-half century.
They represent the quality which you
expect, but seldom find.
They repsnt aU. leather; good work-
nianshp and the !l6w&fpnc)Qoa
N. t !,
S & CO., Tryon,