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POLK- C OUNT Y WE WiS. - TRYON. NORTH CA&OLHTA
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F 23 24, 25.
FT Cnon,o f Greenville, S. C.
''IMlIlt A. -
Boards, of Mill Spring
IA. A V.iv. on business.
f E L. Shelton, of- Mill
Rev- ' .' Trvon. Wednesday
r; Wofford and family visited
F onvile friends Sunday last. '
rl v Missildine and Misses
Mrs- ,T...ciiriinfi were in Spar-
i o nrt"r1 n nosi-
Route 1, nab av, - r
H"6 .rr -PrtVfP
the N& .
o (rood time to cut some of
W i " ..0f lots-in Trvon.
it them g"-1"
Uses Ethel aitu
leit iUUlluajr '
:KSH .'ii fQvJ Virnl this
ire they win autUu . .
a T Hill and children return-
- a visu
T,,psdav. . from - a visit oi
, ,.v. Viot narents at
I i i VI 11.11 LV. A .
eral wM " " .
v wino- r.f Castle Park,
Mrs nclcU i'"e -
nrrived m lryuu u "u.iu,.
j?..:.la Vp vp are '
many "UUfl :
viinnt.rir.lc. who have
L. e-uest oi
r v,0 nast week or so. left
InTlP 101 f "
their home- in
St. - Augustine,
Wanted to solicit orders
ftom PeopfeBanltlt Trust M
TALE OF THE YELLOW Sir '"
A short while
on each side oi te balorr lG
reading matter in black on a yellow
background. That they are af
tractive tcai not be disputed for we
have evidence that would sati?fv f!
IV A" tJie aesetic person
TW KS WUld be cohfemed
lhey have caused some comment
favorable, and otherwise, an of
they ..have what
C1WBC" caA1J ine "pulling power."
"They are gaudy not gay" Ss the
monkey said when he iiitJ5 S!
dft?LSTvu So Just t0 bs accomo
dating, which Sj customer recently
said, is our middle name, we are go
S5 k the jffading sign - from
the building and place thear where
there will be more, perspective.
A speaker in an AsViPviiin nu,u
meeting said that Asheville could not
live Arum camate and scenery alone;
That tQAfmnfVM t w
w1W8 must De encoureed tc
wwic. xwitner nrnrti! t-
jixutuixxig piant is of e-reat
enent to ar:y communitv an a
an opportunity fpr young men that
if it were not thprp omm.
would have to be elsewhere thereby
n.xxiS u gwu ciass m citizenship
"v'u community. Well paid
wjv employees arp trnnri .
sumers, tky help in all .lines of busi.
ness, neip tne larmer, the truck and
fruit grower. With an abundance of
power available at an early date we
ououia encourage the location of
some factories. ?
A Polk Countv citizen from a' dis
tance called at the bank recently to
make inquiry about depositing .some
mPpey He was an elderly, gentleman
mux maae excuses for not - knowing
how to start a bank account. He had
never had an account in a bank altho
ne is well-to-do. The deposit was
soon made .and the transaction ex
plained to him whereupon he remarks
xuai, is very piam ana easy."
fo it is. t If you know , of any person
in Polk County who is not familiai-
with banking customes tell him of
this bank and send him to us. We
will take great pleasure in explain
ing any part of the business that he
cares to know. v
. A checking account with this 'bank
luentlneS VOU " With cnacfnl
people of Polk Countv. If von are
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not a depositor now. become so at once
and get the benefit of modern and
emcient service. The most success-
ncnnln 11 11 . .
in.au. lines oi activity m
Polk County are customers of this
DanK. ,we have helped others to be
come successful, may we help you ?
The matter of making a will is
ticKiish subject with some folks.
They think of undertakers when you
Might just - as well face the issue.
The tyne will come when you should
nave a win 10 best : consere your
estate, however small it mav be.
This bank has a trufet department and
will confer with you about making
your wiu. ana you win De at no ex
pense or under no bbligations. Bet-
ter talk it over with us.
Do you work and isave or work and
slave ? . You will always be a. slave
to your, work unless Trou can put your
work to work for you. You-can do
this by opening a j Savings Account
:i-L il:. u.i -rj- -: mi j, . -i
wnu mis iauik. - xou wm men oe
getting a premium for your work for
every dollar you save from vour labor
is a dollar that you can make work
for you. (We pay 4 per cent com
pound interest. One dollar will open
an account. " I-
mention . wills
insurance. 1 ness.
It is dangerous tor leave money , or
Liberty Bonds around the house to
be stolen or burned. Don't do it.
We will give you a Certificate of De-
posit ior tne iace vame oi tne bond
and will pay you interest at same,
rate the bond calls for as it becomes
due. If not convenient to! come to
the bank send them . by registered
mail and we will receipt you by re
turn mail. We are serving a large
number of people through the mail
and the customers and this, bank find
u a very sausiaetory way to do ousi-
.i . :
I , t-of no- oils. ereases aim
!tc Salary or coranussiuii. au-
t THE LENOX OIL & PAINT
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toed by' the NEWS to the scnoiar
the greatest percentage oi.
ncement during the next term of
Tryon Graded school? ' -
ulian Hester, who has . been
ktioned at Fensacoia, r ia., ior
time,. but who has been touring
kisiana and Texas, arrived here,
ednesday for a visit with home
For upkolsterig and furniture re-
ring' at reasonable rates, , and
irk that will, give you satisfaction,
ve me a trial. You will be pleast
with the work and ' prices. Ar-
ur Scruggs. ,
School opens next Monday... It is
iuxy oi every parent wno nas
lildren of school age to see . to - it
Jat their children are in school the
pt day, and not only the first day
It each succeeding day of the term
Mrs. J. T. Hester and her two
Lighters, Misses Emily , and Eliza-
th, left Tuesday morning, motoring
their home in Mt. Carmel. S. C.
jhey tell us that they were much im
ped with Tryon and hope for an
My return next summer.
Mr. E. E. Missildine has installed
glass washing machine at his soda
puntain, which not only does the
orkmuch letter than by the old
pethod, but is quicker and much more
fnitary. If there is any improve
ment that will add to the service of
store that is lacking, you may
est assured it has not been brought
the attention of. Mr. Missildine-
therwise it would h there.
This week we are devoting a good
Jrtion of our space to the premium
't of ourEair. As this is of inter-
st to every person in Polk county,
e feel sure our readers will overlook
R shortage of usual readinp' mat-F-
Be sure and attend the Fair and
with voq thp hpst. of vour Dro
ps and help to make it one of the
f in the-State.
M. F. F. Bacon. Mrs. W. T.
pdsey and Mrs. H. N. Bowne spent
ednesday in Ashevillo VaftPTidiTir
Womens conference on the Na
;ide camoaiCTi of the EoiscoDal
Rich One of tW cionifinnt. far.-
;5rs Rowing the importance -of the
mmgn is that Mr. Lewis B. Frank-
of NeW York, who was the War
P organizer for the Liberty drives,
f Riven up his. business once more
r this caniDaie-n in the Kincr-
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tes Bank &rust Go.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. HOLMES, Pres. J. T. WALDROP, V. Pres.
W. F. LITTLE, Cashier
ini in o m im c i nn
THE "S rtniL
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QUALITY has been the foremost consideration in trie
construction of the 1920 Model K Series. An estab
lished standard of- Buick construction that for years hds
given to the Buick Valve-in-Head Motor Car a reputation
of superiority: fx ft r ; J'
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 that are sure to please the most exacting
purchaser." :. . 't." i .;. .
Prices of the New Buick Series
Model K-Six-44 ThrcePa8scnger Roadster . .
Model K-Six-45 Five-Passenger Touring Car .
Model K-Six-46 Touring Coupe . . '
Model K-Six-47 Five-Pasaenger Touring Sedan .
Model K-Six-49 Seven-Passenger Touring Car .
'Model K-Six-50 Seven-Passenger Sedan . . .
. P. O. B. Plin t, Michifrn
CO-OAS J. LYNCM,
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.
ns (S: Co.
Tryon? N. G.
Statement of the Condition of the
CAROLINA STATE BANK
of SALUDA, J. C.
At the Clot e of Business August 28th, 1919.
m receipt or a letter from 'j
ry, m which he says:
now on nleasp wn'ii fip nf.ws
toil ssuiiic vx iiijf
J iill be there about the 16th.
vlcave hpy .
"c ucai weeK.
In Your Home
ut Octobr first
1 1X1 11J via
TIP 1 1 '
verv r w nave spent a
wh rV. fenxui, summer nere,
s ..cive oeen aeiigntiui ii
' had not been very ill a
se Portion f v. x... . . .
:(rti,,.i . time.; it is most
Hosier. dt an excellent Marine
, ; 18 located near here, in which
ni0v- ?reat deal of my time.
"y work greatlv. -
: r. 1
i2tor;. J U com-
rq'8ci.B,llT fall? . "MWO.
bo5tte kin Ai 8 Worm
D: & 5.50 ? xti
Gu aranteed f o t
1 RYON ELECTRIC SERVICE
SALE AT A
If taken at once Cash or reasosble
: ' yM terms. ;
Two tenant Houses, well built, in colored
tenement district. Store house and lot on
Trade street. GEO. A. GASH, Agt
Undivided Profits 1, 646.49
Dividends Not Called far ......... 1 6.00
Loans and Discounts ..$41,063.04 (Capital Stock....
Overdrafts...... ........186.08 CSurpIus Fund
Gty'of Saluda Bonds.. ......6,000.00
U. Sand other Stocks and
War Saving Stamps... 25 1.40
Real Estate.... .......... .....1,551.57
furniture and Fixtures. 1 ,000.00
Exchanges for Clearing House... 220.35
Cash and Due from Banks... 2 1 ,438.04
The above statement issued at the close of our business year just after the
payment of our 8 per cent annual dividend. The past year has been the most
profitable in the history of our bank, and we invite your attention to the -following
comparison of deposits with former years:
1918 ....... .-. .53,286.50
Our . surplus and undivided profits more than cover the investment in real
estate and furniture and fixtures. Our banking house, which is a good two story
brick building, would easily bring more than the conservative value at which it it
carried on pur books. We invite your account on the strength of the facilities wc
offer, and the safety afforded by conservative management.
DAVID C. BARROW, President.
Q. C. Sonner and W. C. Robertson, Vice President
H. B. Lane, Cashier
Miss Louise Lane, Assistant Cashier.
that when you are in need of anything
in the line of general merchandise that
it is unnecessary for you to lose the time
to make a trip to town. cCome to us for
Dry Goods, Notions Groceries
Star Brand Shoes, Etc.
You will find our prices right, and pur
service is all you could ask. May wc
have the pleasure of serving you? :
J. M. Lewis & Son
-u '1.3: Daily- Thouoht.
'HaSt?-tnon : attempted , retness?
rhen go on l;.Drfdk turning slackens res
plutlon.Herick. " .
Your orders for FlooringCeiling,
o:i;2 SSiaT,. Mouldings, Framing.
oiuxuB, .77--ll,i A nart save i
We manuiacture wua -. . ,
rrnVrrirtnevSee us for lath, oricK,
A Font of Type.
A font of our type weighs 50 pounds
and costs4, $5 ; ,a font of Chinese type
weighs half a ton and costs flOO,
GEO. Al GASH
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
""Collections a specialty. Deeds
and Mortgages prepared, and
Contracts written at reasonable
Open Air School
For girls of all ages and very young
New term begins Oct. 1, '19
MISS EDITH M. THURSTON
- Tryon, North Carolina.
MW1 -I imhrMcK
Petfcnsie Onr: Advertisers and SaMlcnzy.
' Purpose in Life.
Have at purpose in living. Aim to be
somebody and to do something, and to
know ju8vwhat it Is you mean to be
and; do. - Some -people pity those who
fall short of their ldeals--the inventor
who falls, the statesman who Is so tar
in advance of his constituents that he
receives censure instead of praise.- But
these are not the ones who need your
sympathy. Save your pity -"'for f those
who are drifting through life, with
out- a goal, who are living without a
purpose, ; - "" - "
. Arab Consideration.
There is a story told of an Arab'
who possessed a beautiful and valua
ble steed. His companions were readyv
to start their journey anck wanted to
know why he had not saddled his
horse. "Because I am angry, was his
reply.' ; .
. 'Do you know," said a'little fellow
of four years of agefwhat I thought
dark' was? A great, huge, live thlnjr,
the color of black, with mouth and
eyes.. Another lr assured his teacher
that the wind was alive, for he heard
It whistling in the night . " i
D n't ' Forget . This.
According to an English scientist's,
estimate the world's total annual rain
fall amounts to 29,457.4 Cnblc X3i!?3,'c
which Jess than, one-fourth :C?zlz
thfoush. rivers Into the ocean; -