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POLK COUNTY NEWS, TRYON, NORTH CAROLINA
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in Mood H Auhil aXw:s
II iiAiLiiiv v i pirn
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i..i,nve with friends.
P (J. ivipsiey
i A 4-1nnfn JTW ""
for her nome m .n-n", p.
a' r, t ttalleneer has returned
Mr l, triVto Rock Hill,S. C.
l oin Peoples Bank
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Swann is attending the
rWnr Gentenary at Uastonia
a short trip to Rock Hill
m pfn of r!T"Pfn7rAl
AX'hpn in iryvn r - T"'vvu
. c Ward spent Monday m
Annie Ward, of Asheyille, is
th; guest of Mr. and Mrs:
Mrs. H. I. DePass and family, of
..iff o nrft eruests at . Crestwood
Mr. Fred E
Irwin Lindsey, of Richmond,
a visit of
Eubank has returned
Va., is ar 1CiU4Y"
a two weeks (trip to Afeheville
Mr Barnett, of Manning,;
frequent visitor in Tryon is
at Oak Hall. s;
Mr P. P. Palmer, ol Charleston, S.
C was the guest of his son, Efr. M C.
Palmer, last week.
Mr. D R. Sutton, of Glendale, Sl'C.,
has accepted a position with the- Mis
Mrs. Paul Smith, of Peoria 111., is
w narents. Mr. and ,Mrs.
Dr. Edgar Ballenger, of jUlanta,
was the guest of Tryon relatives from
Sunday until Tuesday.
Mrs M. E. Halstead and daughter,
nt Orlando. Fla., are spending- a. .few
weeks in Tryon, guests at urestwooa.
Mrs. E. Rhodes and Miss Sallie
Streadwick left,. Sunday, for jAtlanta,
where they will buy goods for their
Mrs. H. Wilson and Family, Ji
Charleston, S. C, are spending a short
time in Tryon, guests' of Mrs. W. C.
Ward,- , ; -j- . '
Miss Reba Barnard was called to
Aewiilp nn account of the serious
illness of her niece, Margaret Bar
nard. ' ' ' '
Mr W. D. Cox, of Asheyille, is
snendine a few weeks in Ttyon for
his health. He is stopping at Crest
Fred Reich arrived Saturday from
Cincinnati and is spending some time
ritvhi narents.rMr. and Mrs. Henry
Airs. J. S. Donohue and daughter,
Ruth, of Marquette, Mich.,
innnaA 4n fVioi-r tipw home near Val-
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halla. : . ' " -. '.
Miss T?nth McFee left. Wednesday,
for Khoxville, Tenn., to buy!
stock of millinery for McFee
When m Tryon stop at Crestwood
Miss Mary Clark Ballengejr arrived
Saturday, from Baltimore,
with her grandparents, Mr.
T. T. Ballenge.
Miss Reach and Miss 0
This batik - guards mfUr n
transactions ' of its .XL V
considers the,account of evT' in
dividual as strictly confidential and
mere are no " eaVs" T?Qc4- j
that if you do business with us that
ever vransactron will Fp heAA
stiictly confident,:. 1 Le , hCld
A customer, livino- Aid :
ftSSJhf .occaaowJly has us pay his
freight bills ..m order to- cause his
teamjter, to have no delay in deliver-
xxcignu arrivals m Trvon. He
trouble' as he called it. Of . course
WA Tfirilf -rtrs. J .
.. .v 11U ana we taKe no pay
for such services. It is a pleasure to
ZZ I A .u turners in any manner
tnai can . Use this oank for any
vmng tnat you can. It is here for
that purpose. The officers are paid
to serve you and it is a pleasure to
serve you. You may want a freight
ivi, jiuu migni:. want to send
Folks,,. It made good and appealed
0 a number of our good citizens,
but a srood customer, who spends
a part of his time in Tryon took slight
exceptions to the slogan and said we
should say: "Polk County Bank ior
Polk County Folks and others".
He is fisrht. This bank is 'here for
any person who can use its modern
services. , Our thought m using tne.
slogan was to foster ; a county pride,
to make Polk County folks patronize
heir own institution, rather tnan
do business outside of Polk County.
money to another point in the form
" 3 v-iiicck. or a xsew xorK
orait. you mav want t.n lmnw nhmif
the reliability df some firm in distant
City, ur it may be somethinp- pIsp
matters not what it is, call upon us
we nave recently used a slogan
on. aavertisine matter "A
County Bank for Polk Countv
A little bov called at the bank and
asked to have a dollar changed. His
wish was immediately eratified. A
short time after he again asked" ior
the same accommodation and again
he called with a dollar for change.
Rather curious the Teller asked the
boy why he wanted so much change
knowing-that he was not m business
The young American replied 1 like
to see that machine work". The
mystery was solved. The boy would
take the change to a nearby store
and trade it for a dollar and kept the
thing going just "to see the machine
count money". By the way it is an
interesting little machine. It passes
out the exact change by pressing the
button. If you havn't seen , it work
ask to see it the next time you are in
If you have a spare dollar; -, or two
open a savings account in . this bank
and add to it at regular periods.
Make a rule to lay aside so much a
week or month and live up ot it. In
a short while you will have a mce
bank account. To encourage you we
wil pay you ! four per cent compound
interest. If vou nave as much as
$50.00 that is not working let us issue
you a Certificate of Deposit for it.
TTT Ml i , C
we win pay 4, per cent irom aate oi
deposit and pay you the interest every
ou days, rrhe money may be with
drawn any time. Deposit your money
m this fast growing bank and there
by help biild up Polk County.
We tak? Liberty Bonds on deposit
and issue a Certificate of Deposit for
the face aiue. The -bonds may be
withdrawn; any time and we pay the
interest the bond calls for as it, be
comes due, This applies to coupon
bonds only.' No charge for this ser
vice. If s you have valuable papers
unprotected against theft or fire bet
ter rent a! Safety Deposit Box in our
solid concrete vault. We have them
for $2. per . year.
"If you fare not banking your money
some ones else is"
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C. j
G. H. HOLMES, Pres. J. T. WALDROP, V. Pres.
W. F. LITTLE, Cashier j
Monday, Miss Ida Missildinei on Tues-
day, spent the day visiting
den, in Saluda. J
Miss-Emma . Dickersbn,
been a guest at Crestwood i
fr. Dptroit for a visit
with her sister.
Mrs. Godshaw and Mrs. john Lan-
drum and little daughter,
rA n r i
i a fall
QUALITY has been the foremost consideration in the.
construction of the 1920 Model K Series. Ji estati
Jtshed stancfeirf brBuick construction that for jrears li
givqif to h& Buick Vdlve-in-Head Motor Car a reputation
of superiority .
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Upon such a foundatidh of strength, durability, nd vahto
has the 1920 Buick Series beendesi
An inspectionof the new line will; reveal impiwemeiits -1
and refinements that are sure to please the most exacting vj
purchaser. . f
ville, S. C, are at Mrs. -Codsnaw s
home on East Hill. :
Mrs. C. S. Corwin, who is spending
the summer with her daughter at
Fkt Rock, was the guest of Tryon
friends last week.
Services as usual at the Congrega
tional church. Sunday school at 10
a. m.. Dreachinsr at 11. The Rev. Mr.
Brower will preach.
Tvliss Lucile Orr, who is spending
the summer in Saulda, came down
Saturday for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Orr. -
County Agent J. R. Sams left, yes
terday, for Raleigh, where he will at
tend a meeting of county agents to
he held there this week. " -
H. G. Todd and family, of New Or:
leans, La., are spending their vaca
tion in Tryon. They are stopping
with' Mrs. Williams, on Melrose Ave. '
Elsewhere in this paper see the ar
ticle nf Mr Hon TT TTnlmes in- re-
agrd to the proposed rebuilding of
Mimosa hotel. Read it. Then act.'
The past week we have had much
of the genuine Tryon ; weather, so
rnuch that we have been able to share
in and Bpread.it, aroundan he, WGinrty
though at times the sun has shone
here while it was raining in neighbors
ing towns. "
Prices of the New : Buick Series
Model K-Six-44 Three-Passenger Roadster . .
Model K-Six-45 Five-Passenger Touring Car . .
Model K-Six-46 Touring Coupe . Hv . . .
Model K-Six-47 Five-Passenger Touring Sedan .
Model K-Si-49 Seven-Passenger Touring Car .
Model K-Six-50 Seven-Passenger Sedan . .
F. O. B. Flint, I4ichign
Can Make Immediate
Owing to the delay in getting a start to
rebuild our store, we have decided to put in
at our present location a complete line of
Ladies Ready to Wear
These goods are arriving almost daily
and we invite your inspection. Bought
right, and sold right.
Wilkins & Co.
Tryon? N. C.
This Bank is for Peopel who
Want to Improve their financial Condition.
3 Will you let us serve you? A checking account is moat
convenient in trie payment of bills. It is the safest rectipt,
J?A Savings account is the sure road to an eventual com
petency; We solicit your account.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
f)fAVI D ' C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNBR
H. B. LANE
Beauty at the Wheel
Reautv at the wheel! Ah! how serene. the looks:
l. know more about motor cart, than's e'r
She knows about ignition, short circuits and transmissiomx'
All about her engine, and her carburetor, and all their hooks
She knowt all about her starter, her clutches and her brake:
The system that lightt her car and blowt her horn, her knowl
edge, take the cake!
5 And more than that, she knows full well the need,
Of a motor runnning smoothly, when she wants to put on
And for that Tery reason, and she's found the reason true
She buys "GREEN FLAG" MOTOR OIL ANI NOTHING
ELSE, for nothing else will do!
You can buy this splendidly superior MOTOR OIL from
any of the following well known and reliable dealers in tjia
county. Be sure and look one of them up, when you ofl up
CM AS. J). LYNCH,
In Your Home
Hunt's Salve, forinerly called
Hunt's, Cure is especially com
pounded lor tne reawnei -
. -m -r i m wami. nnu i ...
SerranTS SR Your orders for Flooring, tjum,
gst on the strict .guarantee that W . . MouldlIlgS, Framillg.
tne purcnase price, j-f !,,. and can savt
promptly rerunaea We manm-- lath, brick
Price $ 5.50
Guaranteed for ,
lftfOH ELECTRIC SERVlCfe
SALE AT A
If taken at once. Gash or reasosble
Two tenant houses, well built, in colored
tenement district. Store liquse and lot on
Trade street. GEO. A. GASH, Agt.
n R. Feaerans enters two (2) acres
line, joining land pf,G4 A.,firanscomJ
Sam Feagans anu ui w ---
waters of Bear Creek -Entered
July 22nd, 1919.
- F M. BURGESS, Entry Taker;
JUSTICE "Of THE PEACE
nS&tionsa SD&ialtyr Deeds
and I Mortgages prepared, "and
Contracts written at reasonable
tryon. n: c.
Patronszc Our Advertisers and Save
that when you are in need of anything
iri the line of general merchandise that
it is unnecessary for you to lose the time
to make a trip to town. Come to us for
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries
Star Brand Shoes, Etc.
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You Will find our prices right, and our
service is all you could ask. May we
have the pleasure of serving you?,. v ,
L M. Lewis & Smi
isnedcustomer. xry -mm m0ney. oee.
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