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POLK COUNTY NEWS, TBYOll, NORTH CAROLINA
Wy News Letter From Peoples m i Trust Co.
THE H. C. L. AN EPITOME
The cost of living is high!
1. Production is less than demand.
2. We Jack about the price, but buy.
? Hlgher wages means higher
Helpful hints: " .
1. Work harder produce
2. Economize buy less.
3. Save don't squander.
1. The merchant cannot get
than you will pay.
2. If any article is too
switch to something else -
3. If you know, a, profiteer, avoid
JAMES VAN DYK.
Our Saving Department offers the
opportunity to save. ,Put your Lib
erty Bonds Coupons and Checks right
into Saving, that way you draw in
terest. We pay 4 per cent compound
interest and the money is ready for
you any time you need it. Open an
account, it takes only one dollar. If
you live a long way from , the bank
send in a deposit by mail.
m , this
Alice K. Missildine and
t.oo Tvinlnrh- returned
f Sunday, from a months ' stay
NTTED : A good second-hand
.' n ton or flat. Must be cheap
fin good condition.. M. P. Spears,
LiT Mcr ee returned home
jr. lk . i .11 i i
:day from Asnevnie, wnere ne
" Jivrv cAwia fima urili Viic
Dffll Spt-IlUlii ovmt uuiv
I and Mrs. W. E. Ludlum return-
Wednesday irom Atianca, Georgia,
Mr. Ludlum has oeen ior- treat
He is improving. -
BE SALE: Ford Touring Car in
condition ( looks ana mecnanic
will sell reasonable. Write or
LC. Pace, Saluda, N C.
Ve Junior Order gave a delight-
bpperon Luesaay evening iur
members ana meir i amines ana
an enjoyable evening. . I
ANTED: An Up-to-date second
V baby carriage. Must be m Al
ion. Describe tuLly, stating
e. Address 91 care NEWS.
r.Eoy-Edwards and Miss Sue
s both of Mill springpwere mar-
ffednesday evening. Rev. Chas.
!ier performed the .ceremony.
r. Carter P Brown, of Castle Park
h., vras in Tryon this week, com
ing arrangements for opening
e Hill Hotel for the coming season.
r. and Mrs. Howard, of Green
S C, have rented Mrs.: B. D.
liams' house for the winter Mrs.
Hams will be a guest at Crest-
Tie Annual meeting, of the Tryon
ipter, American Red Cross will be
i at the Lanier Library on Ved
day October 22d. All members are
?d to be present. -
Irs. M. P. Andrews, of Flat Rock,
i the guest of Mrs. Uscar Nettles
k The Andrews family ex
5 to move to Tryon for -the winter
Jt November first. ' '
Jiss Mary Beach and sister, Mrs.
li, returned to their homein Terre
Jte, Indiana, this week. Admiral
J Mrs. Berry - will occupy Miss
Mi's, home during the winter,
fe. J. G. Thurston, who has been
g some time in Saluda, re
"M to Tryon, Saturday, to spend
toys before leaving, with her
w for Cuba, where they will
,! the winter.
pr sister, Mrs. G. E. Bell, return-
- er nome in New York, Sunday,
iflola Bell, Miss Vema and Mr.
a Jackson accompanied her as far
nwnDure: wherp t.hpv snp-nt. a
fc... ... .
wui be a meeting of the Try
forestrv riK -.4. tvt..-u-- tTi
WUrsday. Octohpr Sil h..PtinTi nf
'; 4 "u other husinpss will come
'or consideration. .State Forester
Certificate of Deposit
strong bank is an ideal investment.
It isj one way that "you can have
your cake and eat it too".. You can
invest with us $50.00 or over for a
given period and we will pay you a
liberal rate of interest and 'should you
need your money before the certifiate
matures the money is always ready
for you. nlf you have idle funds see
us, we will show you the way. This
form of investment is comparitively
new in -Polk County as a search thru
bank statements for past years
showed very little invested in this
manner. This bank "now has over
$25,000.00 , of "long headed" inves
to's money in Certificates of Deposit.
If you live at a distance write us how
much you have to invest and we will
give you our plan by mai.
If you are ordering something from
a distance and wish to send money
call at this bank for Cashier's Check.
This form of remittance is always
acceptable. iWe do not charge" you
for this service you . can thus save
money or express order fees. ' -
.The mails are flooded with specula
tive stock advertiseing. Beware 1 of
the glitter of these : alluring offers
for your cash or Liberty Bonds. .Con
sult .with your, banker about any form
to find out about any company located
anywhere. A customer recently
bought in a certificate of stock to eee
what it was worth. An investiga
tion was made and we were sorry to
report, "worthless". How much bet
ter to have made the investigation be
fore rather than after. This bank
makes no charges for this service.
A checking account with this grow
ing bank puts you in line for a more
successful career. "Nothing succeeds
like success". Open an account with
us and be numbered with Polk Coun
ty's most successful people.
This bank makes a specialty of
handling accounts of woman and
children in any of its departments and
offers every inducement for their
business. We have a large number of
children's accounts that are' nursing
along with four per cent compound
interest. Open an account for each
of the children and teach them that
thrift is to be their individual salva
tion as well as the country's.
Safety Deposit Boxes for rent in
our solid concrete vault, $2.00 per
year. Rent one. Better be safe
of investment. He has the facilities than sorry. Much obliged.
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C. -
G. H. Holmes, Pries v J. T. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres. '
W. F. Little, Cashier V. A. Bland, Asst. Cash
ijew -jumes . oeing
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
Dry Goods 1
Ready to Wear
t These goods are arriving almost daily
and; we invite your inspection. Bought
right, and sold right.
V-Wifltihs Go. "
" .' - ' '
Tryon? N. C.
The Gar for the
n r.nhh was born at War-
is exrjeftpH tr ho nracont Qnrl I Mace nn Februarv 8. 1844, ana
pons interested are urged to at- died at Hendersonville, N. C, on Sun-
, day October iz, wiv a'Vr I
k oiivn, .. , , r.nhh Rurial was at
:;V. ""e3B , anenaea uie iu - .oar. rmiT1
r's "i nis brother Mr. Kllison C. SchagnucoKe, iwumc.
J-s to Mice d tt- -Mow Vnrlr.
ftk last ThnrcHQr Mr Mr. Cobb came to Tryon
7 ' ai
S Wlsh them happ
Can Make Immediate
CHAS. J. NGD-fl,
GEO. BURT COBB.
ws anH T7...-. j- i voara am and was an araeni
ryon and havp m ?ti v friend suDnorter of -Polk County, institu
r ..j :., f.mos nff-iinviTiir uie
and tions. at vanuus c' --ua
"u I .? e-.votarv-treasurer of the
Jlonite wonder, wW.W V,R tryon Forestry . Club. "K
u ."""uus xvx x juu, in. anA a tireless worker yi
ut; wants snmothiTio. sn Ort -'livuviu z TT fn
ruiU nnd a teamst.Pr vwhoro. me roiK to1k
w tor the same re. that several y".rs-.-r. xw and
"an-noticed; that when the L'lXTnb to
taer the winter,
w scarce ana sure 101 A' r ..:. n' r,11mhpr of yea
i r n aaii I ill km
rr.j ' mat wnen me
" cilin rrv I 1 ii . . -i I TYi nVPfl I.I If. uiaiiw v -
!flr w'nie':.. T. Before coming to Wojyvxr.
'e out sr, , "V"1 dim ouxe k n M nT. a number oi yia
-u o nard to get more..
ViAQinar PTrmeer in
"uc V no Pr,,A,mJ 4.-L- 1 . , ik,ow-6 o
New York and
r, i-amiancp nf m.o wrr T', ; ,pf nnassuminK
Clland het dSSlnTSS DoDd citond one that will
I J. two success vp -oQT teralP11'.'1 BY vjo a.nstnmed walk.
rf0tte"griev: dow andJtwo sonsto
recent affliction- 22nm SS sympathy . of the . entire
little dLet tractive ana community is extended.
M at u Q,augnter, Anne. It oc- . r-o- , .
ik,dC harbor Renr-V, m; affpi- d r-rnifMITNIITY TAIR
riouf sden illness and of so
Vm Qf,a disease that the physi-
itifv .rtLenaance were unable to
.. XT "C1 "Wil-
Best 10 ears White rn.;-- A
liams. Best singe .iw,
Sie Ear Com, W. D. Helton, first;
J- h Ja second.
r church on Sunday '?.r "'rim first and
R.,r Rlontr leilOW OUXil, - - V - '
CoT Vets. W. D. Helton, first; Mrs-
W A. Ruif. secona. - h,mi
Hay; T F. Mills, first; Frank Mills,
second ' ; . . . .. v
Peanuts, Mary- Helton . ,
BAJ-A- Black, of Sioux Fallls.
1o :iner of Rev J F paf.v.
t8ati r , 10 Preach at the
af -i. v vii uuuuav
afriv 0 clock. Rev. Black
!'PrLyrars district superintend
wnF elder o-the Algona
h.ffn? trik' a inference, and
kTe- -Af -u.uni;ry m his auto
I BWk ifJSK brother,
u i""oat and from there
omio ana irom tnere
an i -.Mr-Black is a talented
t.""' ' 111. cfolVa
uow reas, w T" cond.
Riddv. first; w. a.. WT" tj
Nr war him next SmriW Lynch, second. . ,
Best Collection, J. W. Biddy. ' t
Pears, T. N. ,Wilson, first; W. D. Hel
Best collection, T. N. Wilson.
Hickory Nuts, John Taylor.
White Walnuts, Luther Taylor.
Black Walnuts, Luther Taylor.
Best collection, John Taylor.
Onions, J. L. Jackson, first; Mrs. Ln
lie Taylor, second.
Cabbage, W. D. Helton, second.
Lima Beans, J. R. Blanton, first; Em
ma Helton second.
Irish Potatoes, J. L. Jackson, first;
G. L. Taylor, second. ,
Sweet Potatoes, Porto Rico, George
Bradleyfirst; W D. Helton, second.
Sweet Potatoes, Southern 'Jjueen, W.
D. Helton, first; Noah Lynch, sec
ond. 1 -
Sweet Potatoes, "Nancy Hall, F. R.
Coggin, first: G. L. Taylor, second.
Pumpkin, N. E. Williams.
Beets, Lillie Taylor, first: Noah Lynch
Turnips, James Bradley..
Peaches, Leander Brown.
Soy BeansWi. D. Helton, first; J. L.
Jackson, second; T. F. Mills, third;
G. S. Whiteside, fourth.
Cane, W D. Helton, blue ribbon; W. F.
Brown, blue ribbon.
Dairy Calves, G. S. Whiteside, first;
Roy Blanton, second.
Family Cow, Lillie Taylor, first;, Dave
Lynch, second. r
Pigs, Mollie Helton, first; J. W. Bid
dy, second., v ' -
Chickens, T. F. Mills, first; Bessie J.
Helton, second. . ' . ;
; ' Canned : Goods, Jellies, v ;'
Doyie Wilson, first on "each , pre
serves and canned apples: Esther Wil
son, first on dried peaches and mus
cadine jelly and second on peach pick
les; Mrs. Nannie Coe-gins , first on
blackberry- jelly; Mollie Helton, ' first
on ginger bread; best collection flow
ers, baking powder biscuits, fresh to
matoes; second on canned- peaches;
first- on canned pears, canned black
berries, pear preserves, Mrs. M. J .
Tryofli, N. C.
serves, apricot jelly second on roses.
Etta Biddy first on dried apples and
plain cake. Mrs. W. A. Kuff first on
roses, buttermilk biscuits, egg cus
tards. Mrs Ocie Gilbert -first on
neach pickles, apple jelly. Miss jiz
zie Wiliams first on pear and plum
jellies. Carrie Bradey first on dried
bans. Mrs. T. F Mills ' second on
aned beans, first on canned peaches.
Noah Lynch first on vinegar. Lillie
Taylor first on fresh tomatoes, v
FOR SALE Between two and
three tons Soy Bean hay; well cured
and in first-class condition. Can be
seen at Miss Carver's barn in Paco
let valley. Miss F. Hudson.
In Your Home
What Good is Opportunity
To the average man if he is not saving? It will enable you to
grasp the opportunity if you will take our advice Open a sav
ings account with US Today. Motto; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNSR UB. LAMB
O It earns four per cent from date and Tcan be ( )
tuuvciicu uiwu vioii iuauf x any time.
D uw2Slt by M a 5 II
Buy a Certificate of Deposit.
BAN IK OF TRYON
O Ws T. LINDSEY Piwi
J. B. HESTER Cashitr.
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 t9wn. Come to us for
Dry Goods Notions,
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
Price $ 5.50
IRYON ELECTRIC SERVICE
For uphoisterig and furniture re
pairing at reasonable rates, and
work that. will give you satisfaction,
give me a -trial. You will be pleas
ed with the work and prices. Ar
thur Scruggs. ,
WANTED TO BUY A real home,
jelose in, desirably located. Five to
twenty acres, with modern eight
room house in good repair; good big
orchard and vineyard. Give full de
scription and price. Address, J. A.
Curtis, McBee, S. C.
Having s qualified as administrator
of the estate of H. K. Corn, deceased,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to exhibit
them to the undersigned, administra
tor, on or before the 9th day of Oc
tober, 1920, or this notice 9 will, be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons ' indebted to said . estate will
please, make immediate payment.
This October 10, 1919.
rjffiilAN JACKSON, Aciisistrator
GEO. A. GASH
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Collections a specialty. Deeds '
and Mortgages prepared, and
Contracts written at reasonable
prices.'-- ; ; ...
TRYON. N, C.
L& u Wlffif 1
Hunt' SalTe, formerly called
Hunt's, Cure is eapecl&lly com
pounded for .the treatment of.
Itch, Eeiema, Ring -worm, and
Tetter, and is sold by the drop
gist on the strict guarantee that
the purchase price, 75c, will be'
promptly refunded to any dissat
isfled customer. Try Hunt's Sal re
at our risk. For sale locally by
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