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POLK COUNTY NEWS, TRYON, NORTH CAROLINA
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-TTMrs. Lee Wilhelm,
j. Mr. and . .
to - a girl.
ay -ine. nd family
in SPn Cobb went to Hender-
.lav for a short visit,
e W , rntiP Green, of
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Letter from Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
guests of Mrs.
;JoneS' ... went to Sa-
. pend the day with
t.' ;ip Orr- . ' i'
uL" i i,o ns ner
Bfw broker and lit-
, cf,.0n(Uvick, who suf-
Ed!S if apoplexy recently,
Bland, wno ira
A' ;lll(i.t during the summer
... nf Asheville, spent
lu .ont.s. Mr. and
tr.Vlf. Of St. AU-
Misses ruF ' . .
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f. McFee m non.
WORK AND SAVE
The Secretary ; of Treasnrv "h
given us a slogan, "Work and Save."
It is a good one. He says if we will
do this that we can pay off the enor
mous war debt and it will help to
solve the high cost of living. Why
not wprk and save in your younger
uays man xo worK ana slave, when
you get older 7 We have it from
good authority that 9 persons out of
every 10 at the age 60 are denendtmf
on their children or . charitv for a
living, mis oanK .gives .you every
luuuLtincm, w vjpcu ana maintain a
bavmgs Account. One Dollar
will tart you and it is ud to von how
fast you accumulate. We pay 4 per
cent compound interest, the interest
credited quarterly. A great-number
of people are taking advantage of
these liberal terms and are carrying
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS with ul
We specially solicit the accounts, of
women and children.
"What greater man is there 'than
he who takes a pride in what he
rrcriov with her be iiizra. Corporations are the
D U reflection of the persons in control
the Misses iettigrcw. . So after all a bank or other corpora
uon is nouung more ..man tne
lengthened shawdows of common
every day man. The makeup o
this bank are men who desire
greater Polk County. They give of
their time and money to bring this
about. They take a pride in this
bank for they have given it their
U Bowne, on .
DuPont and aaugn.r
. Laudei-dale, Fla., after
4he summer at Valhalla.
)Iinnie Starling, of Columbia,
s been spending some time at
ii will return home Saturay.
t T Ballenger and children,
u-ho have been spenamg
jancr-in Tryon, returned home
lay. . .
j B. Hester left, Wednesday,
Washington, v. u.,
isit her daughter, airs, nenry
Jamison, of St. Petersburg,
will occupy the apartment of
Strong during tne momn oi
, Flossie Edwards, of - Mill
Ittoute 1, was in Tryon Mon-
ShTmade us a pleasant call
Joseph Lyons and daughter,
leen, oi jin.ivw" -f -. -
of Mrs. Lyon's sister, Mrs.
Claxton. ' - ' .
. Lena Hester and daughters,
ICarmel, SC, returned home
(reek, after spending the heated
p. Alice K. Missildine, accom
toher niece and ", nephew,
;th and James Kinloch; are
hii the month at Fruitland.
and Mrs. U. G. Speed arrived
Iron from South Bend, Ind.,
lay. They will occupy their
home, Hillacres, for the win-
Mr. A, F. fchcrrill, D D, of
ita, will preacn at the Congre-
ar church -Sunday morning. A
J imitation is " extended the
to hear him.
Lanham, of Spartanburg, and
pen Arthur, have been spending
weeks at Valhalla. Mrs. Lan-
is attending to building of
per home on Mountain Drive.
3 Lucile Orr, who has been
the summer in Saluda, re-
N.home last week. She will
next week for Fairfield, Iowa,
F she will attend school this
une and money and want it to ! be
a' great institution, a monument to
tne progress of Polk County. That
these men have not erred' in their
judgement is evidenced by the steady
growtn ot this bank. It is our am
bition to have a truly great bank
and this can be accomplished by the
cooperation of our friends. Say a
word t for us when the opportunity
comes up. bend us new customers
as you have done "heretofore. We
know how and will treat them rieht.
If Polk County can have .one large
bank it can do more good for Polk
tnan a half dozen small banks.
When this bank reaches 4 total re,
sources jof $500,000.00' it can be a far
greater factor in helping folks than
it can now. Interest rates would be
lower, larger lines of credit could be
given and the cost of dome business
would be materially reduced. Let
us concentrate, not scatter Polk
Uoifhty's resources. That has been
the trouble in the nast. We scatter
ed our resources by banking outside
our county, sending awav business to
foreign points that could have been
handled at home. Cooperation and
concentration. We, will grant you
that concentration in bad hands
works to" the harm of a community
but under right control it accomplish
es wonders. Let us all concentrate
to make this bank a great institution
and the dream of $500,000.00 re
sources will come true sooner than
the nlant and the machinery to-take
care of that- much business. Why
A Certificate of Deposit is a fine
investment. It pays A: her cent from
datp. of issue and interest payable
everv sixty days or the principal
may be withdrawn at any time. We
have over sio.uuu.uu invested witn us
in our Certificates of Deposits and
this sum is made up from a large
number of wise investors If you
have idle funds in outside banks
transfer your money here and let us
pay you" interest.
Polk County, still has' a large num
ber of "money toaters"- people who
carry large sums of money on their
oerson or have it hiddenv away to
f i j j i - V rWi ' 1 1
lose or De destroyed. inis is a oaa
policy for a number,, of reasons.
First of all it is dangerous lor it is
an inducement to be robbed. Money
is easily lost and not a small amount
is destroyed Dy hre. Money hoared is
money not working. It does the
owner no good and it hurts business.
It is "A dog in the manger" propos
ition. Don't hoard jridney, deposit
it in some strong bank, like ours, if
not in ours then in some other good
bank, where you can always get it,
know that it is safe and that it is
working in regular business chan
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most any could realize We - have
Rent a Safety Deposit box in our
solid concrete vault ?2.Q0 per year.
Peoples Bank Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. HOLMES, Pres. J. T. WALDROP, V. Pres.
W. F. LITTLE, Cashier
THE flflfl! lb
TTAT TTV Viod Koon Va fnromnof pnnciHfiffltinn ltl the
Vc consfinction of the 1920 Model K Series. An estab
lished standard of Bviick construction that for years has
given to the Buick Valve-in-Head Motor Car a reputation
of superiority . i ;
Upon such a foundation of strength, durability, and value
has the 1920 Buick Series been designed and manufactured.
An inspection of the new line will reveal improvements
and refinements tht are sure to please the most exacting
purchaser. - !
Todd and family, of New
who have been spending
veeks horp. lpft Srmrlav. for
pie, where they will : spend a
ume oefore returning to their
Kr. M. L. Taft and family
onaay, for their new home in
While our people see them
mui regret the best wishes of
rone h Tryon follow them to
of the latest styles of fall mil
ai'l be on disnlav at our otien-
next Wednesday and Thursday,
10 and 11. You are cor-
uivited to come and insoect
Khodes & Streadwick.
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i - -idhier- j. g. Jones and a
foi boys of Troop No 2, Boy
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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- . . . .
Model K-Six-47 Five-Passenger Touring Sedan ,
Model K-Six-49 Seven-Passenger Touring Car .
Model K-Six-50 Seven-Passenger Sedan . . .
F. O. B. Flint, Michigan
. $1495 I
. 1495 j:
. 1785 p
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. x
-.:Wilkim. & .C68
Tryon9 N. G.
This Bank is for Peopel who
Want to Improve their Financial Condition.
I WilLyouletuserVe you? A checking account is most
convenient in the payment of bills. It is the safest rectipt,
f A Savings account is the sure road to an eventual com
petency.1 We solicit your account. J ,
GAROLIINA STATE BANK.
nivin r p&'RRnW W r tiORERTSON. O. C. SONNER II . B. LANE
President ' VIt PrestdeaU v Cibier
Preserve Your Children's
Hive your children's Eyes examined by a known EYE SPECIALIST, D".
Alfred W. Dula, who devote his entire time to correcting defective eyesight
by P ALraE5 WDULA will be in your town on the dates
MENTIONED.-' - Don't miss" this opportunity to see a man who is an authority
on EYES, EYESIGHT,-and VISION. . XI ,
SCHOOL TEACHERS, DID YOU KNOW -That the Northern cities,
where they have compulsory examinations of all school children s eyes, 7U per
cent of all backward pupils had defective eyesight, and that 90 per cent ot
them showed immediate improvement on being properly fitted with glasses?
It is a School Teacher s duty to instruct them on this matter. Ihe child does
not know and is there to be instructed. My dates are as follows:
Columbns, N. C, Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 15
Tryon, N. C. Wednesday, Sept. 17.
Saluda, Thursday, Sept. 18. . x
Mill Spring, Friday, Sept. 19.
Dr. Alfred W. Dula
Glasses Fitted Exclusively
Home Office: Lenoir, N. C.
Can Make Immediate Delivery
co-fl as; J. LYNCH j
,e of their lives
.. -"I. otjriCi, Ui O.U MIL-
v "l DC OT! flicnloiT n-t- mi. s-rf-rt -
ejtt Wednesday and Thursday,
Is 1 here
In Your Home
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r 10 and 11
'.""lied to comp nA
1 e Rhodes & Streadwick.
in- : l n and furniture re-
.I '"nauie rates,
a h, o-v- juu fail L1S'4C null,
ith tt 1 You wiU be Pleas"
SALE AT A
If taken at once. Cash or reasosble
! terms. x I
Two tenant houses, well built, in!? colored
tenement district, j Store house and lot on
Trade street. ! GEO. A. GASH, Agt.
f ASH i
Fi pIormw ......
LmH? care that
5SJ that. com-
Price $ 5.50
1RY0N ELtaRIC SERVICt
, TTiAnrinff. Ceiling,
Your orders A-" T'Framing.
Sidiifg, Finish. M' In save
No Friend3 Like OfdTrlends.
able qualities newly discovered, may
embroider a day r eK, oui a
shiD of twenty years " Is interwoven
! with the texture of life. A friend may
be. found: and .Iqst, i9ia ineuu
can never be found, and nature has
povided that he cannot easily be lost.
I Samuel Johnson.
jusnck the peXce
N OTARY IPUBLIO
Collections a specialty. Deeds
and Mortgages prepared, and
Contractsrritten at reasonable
that when you are in need of anything
in the line of general merchandise that
it is unnecessarWor you to lose the time
to make a trip totown Come to us for
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries
Star Brand Shoes, Etc.
You will find our prices right, and our
service is all you could ask. May we
have the pleasure of serving you?
J. M. Lewis & Son
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S55iKl" mask tot Matiste and Save' Honey.;
Intentions Count for Little. - .
To be always Intending to live a
new life, but never to find time to set
about it, is as if a man should put
off eating and drinking ; and sleeping
from one day and night to another,' till
he is starved' and destroyed. -Tillot-
The fact that mountain: lanrel
blooms on three great national holi
day s, Memorial day, Flag day and
Fourth of July, Is one reason -why the
NattonaUFederation of -Women'g clubs '
advocates that flower for the national
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