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Mr. R- Gibbbs' rt'iU .Pring
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' tV AT H. Williams spent Sunday
jf.h, friends at, Saluda
htJ a L. Hill transacted business
Airs J. G. Cherry spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in Asheville.
Miss Elizabeth Bowne spent - Mon
day with friends in Spartanburg- "
Brick for the new bank at Colum
, are being unloaded this week.
ATr T. W. Ballew and family spent
Sunday with relatives in Landrum.
little cottage, uniurmsned, for
AddIv to Mrs. S. A. Oliveras
James Vernor, of Detroit,
down Friday, and is spending a
Miss Mury Lindsey went to Spar
tanburg, Monday, for a visit with
Mr. Ralph Erskine, of New York,
visited his mother, Mrs. C. S. Corwin,
Mr. D. c- Stearns, of Cleveland
Ohio is the guest of his brother, W.
H. Stearns. -
Dr. M. C. Palmer, returned" Mon
day from a month's stay at Harvard
Medical school. :.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. . Bowne left
Monday for New York. They will be
for several days.
fr and Mrs. J. N. Jackson, left
Mondayfor New York, for a visit of
ten days or two weeks. : . r
Wr. T. Lindsey left for New York
Monday. He was summoned as a
witness in the Ferriswi4case. " -few
days in Tryon. ;
Mr. E. E. Missildine, our druggist,
ice and coal man, has purchased a
Bew Republic truck to better take
care of his coal business. '
Mr. A. D. Turner, of Saluda, writes
BS to change addres of his paper from
that place to Boardman, Columbus
county where he ym snd thj- win-
Capt , Bernard Sharp arrived
Trvon Saturday to spenof trid'
He has been stationed jtt army xamps
in Texas and the, west for seyeraV
Mrs. Herford, of Baltimore, -who
has been the guest of Mrs, C. J. Lynch
for the past few weeks, left for her
home Sunday. She was "accompanied
as far as Spartanburg by Mrs. Lynch
Just received Car load of good
kggies. Worth more thah !-we "ask
for them. Come and see ;them.""k
.. C. L. MAYBRY
25-4t-pd . Campobello, S: ; C.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bacon returned
Friday from Detroit, where they had
been to attend the meeting of- the
Episcopal church. They iepoyt g
very pleasant trip.,irf
1 The deposits imPolkQpunty banks
from December 1, 1916, Jto Decemeber
1. 1918 shows a substantial increase
according to a statement, just v. issued
by the War Loan Org'aniazticm i Ihl
dividual demand deposits increased
$77,000 or 84.61 per cent, savings
j , ' . .
ueposits have increased $89,000, or
261.76 per cent, and total deposits in
creased $166,000, or 132,80 per cent.
Polk stands fifth in this list of North
Carolina Counties showing an in
case in deposits, a record we may
justly feel proud of. The figures
given above are the latest available,
but there has hppn a la
all classes of deposits in Polk County
banks since they were completed. . .
SCHOOL NEWS OF TRYON.
The teachers wish to extend their
wanks to the Boy Scouts for their re
gion, and regardless of the bad
father, a most pleasant time was en.
Joyed. : - v
The Girls Club gave a box social
uesday night to raise money for new
"Stains for the school auditorium
aia $24.60 was taken in on the boxes.
!f everyone took as much interest in
lp school as the "Girls Club" a great
aUvould be accomplished. :
Ihe High School and Sixth and
enth grades have organized a
lterary Society and will give a very
Coonting prograrfi next Friday vaf-
PeninK Song, "Satr Spangled
p0e Banner Helen Morton
Cu . Geneva . Reich
Jft,rent Events... Theodore Ballenger
JKes . . T tjT
1 ' James Rion
Deb t '" Prof. Milton
ate' "Resolved that flies are
more dangerous than mos
A quitoes." , , . ;
ative jui;,a Averil, Max Steel-an-
Negative Louie Monroe,
1(41 fty montl1 there will be an honor
aVera IlucaDsent ana nave an
, eWs ge ?f : 90 or pver, in the school
4oyR? KChSjotte -San
s ThirJdrGrade' Emer Pettie.
KeWma Gade. Leona Waters, Edna
PcuJ; William Scrivens. - :
Par ade' Polly- Scrivens, Mel
i yte. Geraldine Sayre Sidney
&Grade. Stella Streadwick, Sal-
. A 'WELFARP rnnn
By Richard Morse in Th, v V.
ter University of N. C.
"We believe! that t
ion is a
vA . purpose.-
Wj believe that
the Kingdom of GoH
SS' love' and un-
We believe that twxu
Cnnstian j . .
tJo , general is to fur-
ufer imS PUTDOSe in tlio
object of: the church in this
nis' to f uther this purpo'se in this
community and in this stt. ;
possible way. : - "4 cvery
This church offers you therefore a
religion of cooperation. If you want
to serve your fellow men come put
your shoulder beside ours in
munity. ; -i. ? v
We will begin in nractirai
make this community clean
Py., and. democratic. We will
with bur school teachers, we will work
With our county officials, we will work
vith every man who wants our nin
m any Undertaking for" the public
We believe in our fellow men ' ho.
lieve that the gbod in them is .mr,.
than the bad, that they are filled with
g ; imO
5 ! 'htw
Kfil ' Ji". ' .. . I ' 1 -
Can Make Immediate
RAMPANT RADICALISM WOULD
RUIN AND RULE
wvio-n fiormaTiv's armv of bar
barians were almost in sight of Paris,
and Americarand the Allies held their
breath under the fearful . tension of
whether that great city would be loot
aA hv. tin's horde, of ravages and rav-
j , : w
ishers the civilization of this country
uroo in crreater. dansrer, proDaDiy
not so great, as it. is today, when the ,
same nen-inspucu, iuiw ;
at work thoughotit our land to ravage,
to ravish and to loot the country and
utterly destroy our Government, f
The threat of revolution is heard
everywhere'. The Radicals and Socialists-in
high places and" in low,: twin
children of Satan himself are seeking
to destroy the Government of this re
public and revel in the wild orgies of
murder and crime which have brought
Russia "down into the mire of woe and
unspeakable misery,- The influences
which are at work there vfere largely
iij ,r:rierm9Tiv and from
vomiveu vv-...rf .- i
iQUSr terms txien. xyt wtc
less P4rmai?Mh3ll tmT9Q?mZA
the Satanic power which its people
hayet gladly and joyously taken unto
i Thisis the splTtit backothe
Innocent men are oeing made to
UfMfriv of the vilest Radicals
vuc o - -
.-int.- 1 TtAicVi ovists that j tnis
any other country has . ever toown;
- . . .. . l -nnxxr .mntrollea
flMMMUS U1U ,
ffW labor- unions, are
v-w . .
livtf t -
n. j.-..i:wi o w - ATiHanerennK
infinite capacity for service-that if we
give them faith and fellowships and
hope they will give us faith and fel
lowship and hope in return, thaVthere
is no barrier, to selfishness or. greed or
sin but faith and persistence, and that
the Golden Rule will at last break
down all human i barriers. 7
This religion we olfer you as the re
ligion of democrary. Fear: God -:in
.Your Own Village." U
:. o :
The foregoing calls to mind the re
mark of a prominent Tryon business
man. . He stated that the present and
future problems would be solved by a
general applicationof the Golden Rule.
The main trouble withv. applying ! the
Golden Rule! is that most of. us think
it is for the' other fellow :;The - sel
fishness of most of us : so warps the
mind that we do not see the other fel
low's problems. A writer in a'maga
zine article suggested that each of us
try for just one day to live the Golden
Rule or in other words to try for one
business day to lead a perfect, life.
He said that the trial would be Vorth
while altho one failed, which of
course, he would do. v For all to be
Just a little more . charitabre, liberal
and merciful would accomplish- won
Many, of' our farmer friends
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
': ; TRYON, N. C. J
G. H; Holmes, Pres J. T. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones; Vice Pres.
W. F. Little, Cashier r V. A. Bland,. Asst. Ca&
1,920 onodefl, IK
. . . I
tic man, and there are hundreds of
thousands of them in 7 labor unions,
either to control these , organizations
for good, or else to come -out from
among them and stand for the safety
The' time has come for the teacher
and the preacher, the business man,
and the newspaper, ' and for everyone
who loves not simply America, but
who'loves human liberty and civiliza
tion, to awaken to the seriousness of
the struggle which is now before us
in the effort of the Radicalism to do
minate the country. Manufacturer's
Grade Duroc Jersey pigs
M. Howes, Tryon N. C.
A Meeting of the Polk County
Soldiers' Monument Association
hereby called to meet a. Columbus
Saturday., Nov. the 8th.; 1919. This
meeting , is very important and it's to
be honed that all who , are ; interested
4a- this movement. will be there especi-
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W; A. CANNON, . : ,-v";7 --
v": . Secretary., '';f";:x 1- v
. ; Dogs of War. vsr
On July 28, 1838, General achary
Taylor, afterward - president of the
United States, requested the govern
ment to furnish him with bloodhounds
td be used 4n hunting the Seminole In
dians of Florida ' He was . furnished
throughout the, cqimty are taking ad
vantage of this bank's lioeral interest
rate to deposit their money with us on
Certificates of. Deposits;; This is a
fine form of investment 'and the
money is ready any .time ; you may
need lit. It'draws interest from date
of deposit every 60 days.' If you
have idle money in sums of $50.00 or
over let us issue you a certificate arid
pay you interest.
Our Savings Department is grow
ing at a very gratifying rate. Many
new accounts every weeek. Sums of
$1.00 or more will open an account
and we will pay you four per cent
compound interest on $5.00 or over.
Start a Savings Account and (deposit
a stated sum regually and in a short
time the result willysurprise you. Ac
counts of women ancTchildren espec
ially invited. If not convenient to call
at the bank send in a deposit by mail.
We will receipt you by return mail.
A checking Account with this bank
will save you many annoyances and
perhaps disputes as to whether; or not
a bill has been paid. check is a
legal receipt.- Then again it is unsafe
to have money , in "one's .. pocket. lie
posit in this strong bank and issue
checks that's business. Thanks.
, :; -.t:. .s i ; ' . ; i ' " .1 1 . .' : i
"Tryoo, N. C.
fathering Life's Gold.
The gold of life does not lie, bidden
In mines; it sparkles in tiny sands
all along the common path of every
day. . He only who gathers'tt bit by bit
from daily duties and plensures and
opportunities and friendship? will find
himself the possessor of the real treas
ure at last, x 5
As Usual. "
The man who-is always telling what
a perrecuy lovely place he used to
live in makes you wonder how he ever
came to leave such an Eden. Farm
In Your Home
. Price $15.50
I f V
a 1 . . -
Guaranteed for; T
1RY0M ELECTRIC SERVICt
. Owing to,the delay in getting a start to
rebuild our store, .we havfe decided to put in
at our present location a complete line of
These goods are arriving almost daily
and we invite your inspection. Bought
right, and sold right.
: ;lOTBEbEfe: Go. :.
Tryon5 N. C.
What Good is
To the average man if he is
v i srasp the oDDortunitv if vou
?ings account tb US Today.
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CAROLINA STATE BANK.
$yD BARRQW? Wi2 ROBERTSON, Q. ,C. SONNKR II. B. LANE
0 SAFfTY! COURTESY! , SERVICD
g Dmiveslt by VflaiuD?
O Buy a Certificate of Deposit.
O j It earns four percent from date andean be ()
qi ' cdhertfeaiht by
Ok i IR (Fb
O W. T. LINDSEY Pru
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. 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?
"Fnr titiholsteric anrl fumitnrft re-
rn il-in cr nt rJisrTisi'h1 rsitAS. nnrl
work that will give you satisfaction,
triva mpt a trial. "Von will ha nleas-
ed with, the work' and prices. Ar
Having qualified as administrator
nt tnp PsraTA xT h . k i .nrn fipppnsPrt.
, wV v v "7
this ia to notify all ;.perjsons shaving'
rliATn frt t.Vio nnf?prsi(rn(ff "innrttriiTiisf-ra-
tor, ' on or before the : 9th "day -'of i Oc
tober, ,1920, iDT; this. notice 'will he
pleaded in Jbar of their Tecowry;;.;' All
oersons indebted tn J saiH pstnfcA - will
please 'make immediate payment.-.,--
xnis uctober iu, 1919 ' v '
FIRMAN JACKSON, Administrator
Keeping Cut Flowers Fresh. -
The length of time cut flowers ran
b& kept can be, greatly lengthened by
prang a jittlfe saltpeter or ; carbon-
not saving? )x will enable you to
will take our rJviri Onn v
Motto; Save that's what counts..
mail, at any time.
, B. HESTER Cuhitr.
Lewis & Son
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
rf - AND
Collections a specialty. Deeds
and Mortgages prepared, and
Contracts UTitten at reasonable
TRYON, N. C.
Bunt's Salre, formerly called
Hunt's, Core Is especially com
pounded for the treatment of
Itch, Eczema, Bine worm, and
Tetter, and is sold by the drug
gist on the strict guarantee that
the purchase price, 75c, will be .
promptly refunded to any dissat
isfied customer. Try Ham's Salve
i a our nsx. jrortala l--i.w
.. - j ; ii uAnnaa pvprv t?2,tri0
nation, sua y. -