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TRYON, NORTH CAROLINA
Saterad as second-class matter April 28. 1915
at t pott office at Tryon. North Carolina, un
der tfaa act of March 3, 1879
B. F. COPELAND,
C. BUSH, -
i rim i "i . vVvsktw""
N t .EAJt'fililS 13 AiN IV. & TK U ST I
f$ i S $ 1 11 1 T at tjie.close of .bifriness; , Ji
ris Mrresiea on warrant f
Jtenort? oLiha Condition.- afLik
PEOPifcjS BANK & TRUST CO.
Subscription $2.00' per Year
OBITUARIES, CARDS OF THANKS.
B tolutioni of Respect, Church or Lodge Notices
where an admission fee is charsred, or for financia
vain, willbeeharflred regular advertisina: rates of
It cents per line.
THE AMERICAN PRESS i ASSOCIATION,
S2S West S9th Street. NeV York. City, is our sole
and exclusive Foreign Advertising Agent.
"Long May It Wave."
San Francisco. J ack Theo
dore Walters, 18 months old,
was arrested recently on a war--
' rant issued by7 Superior "Judge
B. J. Flood. , .
He was brought Into court
in the arms of Sheriff Thomas
F. Finn and awarded to the
custody of his mother, Mrs.
Hazel Walters, so to remain un
til further orders from the
court. : ; ; ' r , ;
A few minutes before Jack's
mother hadplaced on the secret
file a "suit for divorce from his
father, Jack Otto Walters'. .
In the affidavit Mrs.; Walters
declared her husband was plan
ning to kidnap little Jack and
take him beyond the state line,
where the San Francisco courts
would have no jurisdiction.
Loans and discounts . ... . 1 : XR9 1 59 7n
Demand loans' .'. .'. ... .... . ,1,364.95
Overdrafts, secured $988.80 ,
" unsecured$20.56 . . . . . 1 nnQ s
United States Bonds and . .
Libertv Bonds ....... 1 0 9Qr nn
Liberty Bonds on- denosit. . fi 1 Kn'nn
Liberty Bonds deposited to
secure note ...... . 36,800.00
Banking house $6,260.00
furniture and fixtures
$2.900.00. . . ...... . . 9 ifin nn
Cash in vault and net a- -
mounts due . from ; -banks,
trust comrjanies . . 11 iKino
Checks for clearintr . ; 421 '9.1
HONOR YANK DOCTORS
Memorial to Work of Women
Physicians in France.
Total . . . ...... .'. . $158,482.27
Capital stock paid in. , . . . . . $10,00.00
unaiviaea pronts, less cur
rent expenses and tax- v
es DaidL . . : . v : : ' 1 nnn ko
unis payaoie, L.iberty bonds .
as collateral. , as 1 9n nn
deposits suoiect to check. . 45.347.88
! Trnie certificate of deposit. 8,543.28
ravines deDosits. ........ w i.ni ko
asmers checks outstand- V
1 mg.;.. ... !,519.08
vertincates 01 deposit" for
Liberty Bonds. . . 6,150.00
have beeii drawn from' comparing-neu
ter (undeveloped female) ant workers
with the unmarried women of modern
industry. v- A comparison with child
labor wouid be truer, ; -For ant work
ers are. always . "hunger" forms
stunted creatures . who have no eco
nomic opportunity to grow upwho
are forced by family - necessity to ven-
ture out for food before they reach full
growth. , ; . ' ' ' ' ",
The cost of high living ana the high
cost 01 living : both come high, just
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The United-Stated received $49,000
war taxes f r'6nj the Wilard-Dempsy
fight. That , wiif'p the President's
salary one year. .
President jiWilson has. returned to
Washington Sand delivered lri address
to the Senate. We may now expect
to see the game of politics played to
a standstill.; . ..
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It is said that the thermometer
registered 120 in the Prize ring at To
ledo. Jess Willard thought it must
have registered at least 200, and that
in the very first round. c ? : ?
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Jess Willard ij;ejceivied:i$l00i)0O for
being knocked down seven times. A
man in Trydn, not J Jeng ago," paid
$10.00 for allowing a 'man to knock
him down once. Some difference.
Field Marshal von Hindenburg of
fers to give'himself over to the allies,
for trial, instead of the Kaiser. Old
von is so dead that there would be no
glory in accepting his dead body.
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"This Cotntrv Cains ISIn SnApinl
Aavantagesf by Treaty With Ger
country that would? make' a-treatv
iyf press reports. Any coun
with Germaiy is entitled to no advan
Hon. Thomas W. Wilson' has , re
turned to Washington from his sum
mer home, Paris, and after a few
days there will depart for an extend
ed visit to various sections of the
United State. -
A North Carolina Oil company is en
deavoring to force a navigation com
pany to navigate. Why not try some
of your oil? We were always told
that grease, properly applied, woud
cause almost anything to navigate.
; The Poles and Ukrainians and the
.French and Italians are still fighting,
sor the papers tell us. Wje thought
President Wilson had stopped all that
'monkey business' before he sailed or
is it a move to force him to return
A statement recently , issued shows
Polk county has invested in War Sav
ing Stamps and Liberty Loan Bonds,
of counties in North Carolina. It
gives us an investment of $57.00 Der
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"Almost everything is again on a
peace basis except the United States
Senate' says the Greensboro News.
Seems to us from the recent disturb
ances in Italy that things are not
quite as peaceable in that country as
they might be.
An explanation of the recent exces
sive hot weather has,beengiven out.
It was the conjunction of two hot
waves, one emanating ; from the
George Washington, the other from
the Republican Senate,, at Washing.
ton. Of course'- something had to
give. ; ;. .;v. ,
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Won't somebody please import that
bunch of Italians who forced the' low
ering of food prices in that country
: by a demonstration ? The demon
strating has been done by the othe
fellow in the United States, and the
cost of living steadily ascends.
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It is intimated that there is likely
to be a dearth of candidates for Pres
ident in 1920 because, owing to the
Wr' the2 salary is reduced to
$49,000 per Jrear.- If -the President
cant live oif that sum he should be
compelled toUrun a counv4e weaker
for a year, j
: A long trjtin loaded with GeoVgft
peaches passed over the ' Southern
Wednesday 1 headed, ..tforf NprtheMi
points. When will .the VoplSf PoTfe
.county wake iip to the fact that peach
gJ0Wing on a large- and profitable
scale .should le done in this county ?
This is no uncertainty,' for an ex-
President of the Georgia Peach Grow
- ers Association gays that Tryon pos
. fffi dvantaSes wortK: millions in
Children's Hospital at Bloia and Dis
pensary to Be Maintained
aris. A children's hospital and
dispensary at Blois, France, which was
established during the war by the
American Women'a hospitals, will be
maintained as a permanent memorial
of the work of American women doc
tors as a 'result of a gift of $25,000 to
the French trustees of the institution.
The money comes out of the 1918 cam
paign fund of the American Women's
hospitals, according to an announce
ment: made by Dr.. Mary M: Crawford,
chairman ;W the committee which !s
Total. .. ... ...... . .$158,482.27
otaie oi xsorth Carolina, v
County of Polk. July 8, 1919.
i, w. r . juiuie, uasnier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
. W. F. LITTLE,; Cashier.
Correct -Attest: -
1 G. H. Holmes, -
W. Y. Wilkins,
r vv. F. Little. ;
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
f Vn Ol, J T T..1-- rr
who oui uay oi "Uiyi
James Leonard, Notary Public
My commission expires March 15th,
Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF TRYON.
at Tryon, in the State of North Caro-
icffo he close of business Jue 30,
1919. , . .'.
now i9inft?J0iV)fthTnihnhA.' - . ' ? RESOURES .
CoMhtrV to' c'drf v WYK wfn' KhVaYA .aD?: a?.d dlscounts $85,922.59
clans? work, in France .j
- The, hospital at.!BIoij,is thdkr the
direction of TJr. Annie Veech 6r Louis
ville, Ky., according to a letter re-,
ceived at the headquarters of .. the
American Women's hospitals, 637 Mad
ison avenue from Dr. M. Louise Hur
rell, head physician of unit 1.
Many of the patients at the Blois
dispensary are refugee orphans. The
authorities of the town of Blois, which
United States Bonds and
All other stocks, bonds and
mortgages!. ...... . . .
Banking house, furniture
Cash in vault and net a
mounts due from
banks, bankers and
, trust companies . .
m . LIABILITIES
Js.tbe capitalvaf the. Loiret-ChjUt k -(sSSSni ft!S5 P ,n $222S"S
Ei6n. and which saw much ff.rin, M d V . 10,000.00
. " - M . iiiuivinea nronrc occ
during the four years of war, have aiS
ranged, according to Doctor,. Hurreil,
.to erect a bronze tablet commemorat
ing the work of the American doctors.
rent expenses and tax-
Bnib Payable :::::::::::::
deposits subject to check. .
Tt is the little things which : make
for perfection, we are told. An Inven
tor has perfected a device -whlchrcer-tainly
shows a taste for x perfection.
No one Is un-famillar with the strip of
tape with a catch which is used snugly
to wind-up closed umbrellas. When
the umbrella 'Is; open this piece of tape
dangles and pendulates inxa way that
undoubtedly is offensive to thec dignity
of some. The Inventor. In question lias
made an Invention which . provides
means of stowing away "the pendant
Into the interior of the opened : um
brella by means of a snapping device.
W. F. LITTLE
NOTARY PUBLIC 4
DR. B. H. TEAGUE
SALUDA . N. r-
July; Ausrust and Senr.pm-
bfer. Office in old nostnffiP
JohirD Orr & Co.
Phone No. 1 4
Tryoo, N. C.
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Pursuant to the Dower of Rale nr
tained in that certain mortp-a era Hpfr?
executed by J. R Blanton and wife!
ton, N. C, and demand havine- bepn
made for navment of samp arifi rar
ment refused, the undersi
gagee will offer the following describ
ed lancis ior sale . at the court .house
door i Columhus. Pnllr
V J - ... uut aiViHI
Carolina, at 12 o'rWV nnnn
in Columbus, Polk county, North Car
olina, at 12 o'clock noon, on
MONDAY,1 AUGUST. 4 1919,
o the highest bidder fni.
lands described-as follows i -f
- Beine in Coooer's
the waters of Sullins rppV
lands with T. M. Ruppe, Rolan Ruppe,
James McCraw and thpmssplvps
For f arm.- Hands or town
1911, to secure-th sum" of. T1A5 00' T - r 1 ' " f - ' v
owme to H.S. Taylor. rit?.ifKn. ' i 7Uyr -.i .v. -
Time certificate; 'ZXTm"S on a B. 0:, Blanton's and Mc
t . . - -F'wwiw ii.j.jj i , ,r:r c vnmor. rW T e-r ur
JsaVlTlcrc rionncitc . na
DROPS MUSIC, PICKS UP CARS" CasnieVs checks ' outstand- -
Attractive Artist 'of London - Turns
Thief and Plays Midas at
Condon. -For fburmontha Signer
Meredith, an attractive musician of
22, dressed like a prinCe and threw
money to the winds in fashionable
hotels on the $2,000 to $2,500 a week he
acquired through the darlnff theft of
automobiles In London. He finally came
to grief, however, and has been "sen
tenced to three years imprisonment.
Meredith has a thorough driving
knowledge of carsand this, with his
appearance, was his stock in trade. He
would not attract attention ns ho
climbed into a big car standing in front
of club or hotel and drove away, and
he confined himself la reel v to thi s
method. He confessed, the police say,
to stealing thirty machines in'the four
months- he operated.
Meredith is accredited with savin?
that he' sold each car quickly to a syn
dicate of wealthy men who he believes
often made from 400 to 700 Der cent
profit after repainting the machines
and otherwise changing their appear
ance. He refused to divulge their
Total ....... " 'i is Kola a
ouate oi iNortn uarolina,
: A j; B. Hester, Cashier of the above
n4mea canK, do solemnly swear that
vne auove statement is true to ... the
best of my knowledge and belief.
! Correct Attest:
W. T. Lindsey,
B. L. Ballenger,
T. T. Ballenger.
0 , , Directors,
subscribed anH cwn-n u4-
this 9th day of Julyl919. :
eo. A. Gash, Notary Public.
Craw s corner, and rime "NT kst w oc.
poles to a pine; thence N 16 E. 12
Doles to a D. W.; thence N. 18 E. 17
poles to. a 'pine;, thence N, 31H E 12:,
poles to -a pine; thence N 50v OE. 10
poles to? alpine; thnce'N. 47 '"it
poles to a stake -m McCraws "line
thence with said line to the he
containing 6V2 acres. .
Second tract: Adjoining the above:
Beginning on a pine and runs N. 69 E.
41 po es tb a B. O.; thence N. 53 W.
26 poles to a ine? thence to the' be
ginning - Containing 2 acres.
, J Said jnortP-age is registered in the
Office of the Register of Deeds of Polk
county m Book No. 7, Page 441,
which reference is herelw
This July 2nd, 1919. '
H. S. TAYLOR, Mortgagee.
SV3 SEWD-PASTE PABNTS
' Ai CAN UiS UADE
"Cost'to you $35 a Gallon "when made ready to ns
nECOHMENDED BY SATISFIED USElfe FOR OVER 40 VMS
WW1JW " we Manufacturers v New York
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REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSOrMCT
farm Roperty Bought and SoU. Furnish and un
hmBhed houK, for rvt. Property taken care of and renta:
eoUeeted. , Do not waste your time and tire yourself outvoting
tor a place. Our auto a at your service free.' : Notary Public
Mr. HcrBert Samuel, who will assist (
the reconstruction of th. r.i.j w
uy a Certificate of Deposit.
Wotrrn Newspaper Union
tn -tho reconstruction of the criDnled
.hesegfels of. Sound Sanking
are'eiTibodiedin this institution. "
YQUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
Cl 5i 10,000.00
HENRV P. CORVflIH,'Pre:'"jOHS B. CANNOnI V-Pres: PRESTON H. MSIM
It is unusual at this time of high prices
t see goods offered at reduced prices but
just received the following goods
we picked up at a reduction and offer
to you at prices named. . .
r-.'r W: . -tmf
ANlK OIT TlRVoRl
J B. HESTER Cashier.
"4 "".TO ,i
W. T. LINDSEY .Prei
Galatea, per yd.V; . ; . . . . . . ' 20c
Brown domestic per yd-. ., . -V. . ....... ...... . 15c
Poplins per yd. v. . . . . . .25 and 30c
rongee per yd. i . . onr
ivv:: . . 25c
50 75c. $1.00 $2,25 and $2.50
Special; prices on shirtinir madras
Suezines; Suinri nff. 5es and
FOR EVERYTHING :
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