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POLK COUNTY NC7S; TRYON, r NORTH CAROLINA
Woodson is yisitin
ft Letter from Peonies Bank I Trust Co.
pettigrew. ' "
JIrs. M. E. Stevenson is visiting
" daughter, Mrs, Chedester in Ashe-
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iir V. F. Swann returned
, Va business trip to Raleigh
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An Ep'orth LeaSue was organized
t the Methodist church on Sunday
evening ' v ; '
James S. Holde of Detroit.
c.indav and Monday of this
-xi. liio nnrp-rifs Vipta
Miss Nel1 Crawley vhp is teaching
I 0 at Greens Creek" spent the
SCeek-end 'ith home folks here.
W'olfs Qee Baptist church, of
ndrum S. C, raised the sum of
Z?n m for the Baptist 75 million
campaign on last Sunday. .
Mrs. Edgar Dixon and Miss , Annie
Carter of Sackville New ? Brunswick
-visiting' at the Congregational
The ladies Aid Society of Lynn
give a box supper on Saturday
night. The proceeds will be used to
to purchase an organ for the church.
Mr. Arthur Ford and daughter left,
recently, for Norfolk, Va., where they
tfill make their future home, as Mr.
Ford, a Y. M. C. a. secretary, has
been' transferred to that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bates have "ar
rived and will occupy Mrs. Corwin's
dence The Studio Mr. Bates has
been a painter of Tryon scenery; and
hlS Wilt? IUlIiici iy iuioo AuaAcj , n ao
visitor last winter.- ,
The stores or such portions of them
not selling necessitieslike food and
medicines iare complying with he
law, by opening at 9 A. M. and clos
ing at 4 p. m., in order to save light
and heat and so conserve fuel.
Railaway financial troubles hit ev
ery city or town on the line, in some
way Increased cost of trackage and
other charges led to the tearing down
of that old land mark, the Missil
dine coal shed, east of the station.
The girls of, the Rainbow Club are
to meet with Miss Beatson and Mrs.
Mrs. Doubleday Monday evening, for
a picnic supper and to dress dolls for
the Christmas Tree held each year by
Miss Beatson, and to rehearse for
their Christmas entertainment.
Mr. Jesse; C. Brown and Miss Susan
Andrews of Landrum, were quietly
married on Sunday "last. The groom
is one of Landrum's substauntial
business men and the bride is a sister
of station aerent Andrews and is one
of Landrums popular, young ladies.
Mr. Rowell will hold a special
Christmas Exhibit and Sale of paint
ings of Tryon at the library on
Thursday, Fridav Dec, 11th. and
12th. from 10 A. Mu to 6 P. M. There
will be many small framed paintings
suitable for Christmas gifts,and a
number of Christmas cards showing
bits of Tryon scenery.
The Valhalla Tea House is still
serving hot chocolate and whipped
cream also coffee or tea. tevo or
Coca Cola, Sandwiches and Cake,
Doughnuts everv Saturday and Sun
day. Salads and meals on order.
Fancy work, jellies and preserves.
Open from 16 P, My every week
day and all day Sunday.
Mr. Ade of Anderson S. C. has
bought the Rankin place, but until he
is he ready to occupy it, he is living
-in Mrs. Bancrott's iiew Dungalow
on Whitney Ave. Mr. Ade is an
artist and formerly a resident in
Italy; but being more interested in
raising things than in naintinp- them,,
he has come to Tryon to engage in
This paper, while not hit by the
fuel regulations yet, wants to do its
part in helping to save coal. Until
the fnpl crpts better we ask
that all parties having aricles or ad
verisements for publication, get them
to us not later than Tuesday for pub
lication that week. We are compel
led to leave out several articles this
veek because they did not reach us in
time. . V -
About lz or 15 young people of the
Baptist church met Sunday night, or
ganized a B. Y. P. U. under the aus
pices of the Tryon Baptist Church.
Rev. E. J. Jones explained the nature
of the work emphasing the education
al the inspirational and social features
of the organization The following
officers were elected. Prof. Milton.
Pres. Mrs. L. V. Brown, Vice Pres.
Miss Pearl Keenan, Secty. and Treas.
Miss Lilly, Group Captain. Commit
ties will be appointed later. The iirst
meeting with prepared program will
be held next Sunday at 6:45 at the
h churcfl. C- -
The sending by a Tryon lady of a
Thankgiving dinner to a Washington
relative was cited as an illustration
of thp fnnveniPTicPu and use of mod
ern traffic. To it mieht be added
"V Nplsnn JiirVaftTi's triD to New
York xnA harAr in S Havs solelv in or
der to attend the funeral of a friend's
ifejand Mr. T. S. Holden's coming
from Detroit to make a week-end
visit to hia narents here. Both trav
elers spent more time on the )Srnej
than thev did on their visits. Thous
and milp t.rina fn-r hrief business ' and
social-purposes are becoming cus
tomary. - ;
We invite you to-compare the bank state
ments published in this issue.
Can Make Immediate
GDi AS. J. LYNCIM1,
SIXTEEN YEAR OLD-EVEN HORN
Ford bought in 1903 still doing ser
vice in Oregon ana vyasnuignm.
A rear tonneau door, two
tousing car manumciuu
-f J ltffvl-m I :r)rn TIMTIV 111
war of that company's organization-
1a in iisa since that time is still on
the job". It is an eight horse power
lZ Jua o sAVEntv eicrht inch wheel
base a five gallon gas tank and is
SSd by A. C McCarthy of Portland,
Of course tne ruiu -r iTl
possed of the latest lines and it is be
Sinnineto wear slightly, but mech-
nically-why even ea ur
horn, works. incfnuiie iuwm
ingliriven on business trips through
Oregon and Washington
who doesn't expect to bem the mark
. , " . , uwH for some years to
come 'iSS hrt T Wnda got acquainted
with the old one. .
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4-,- t. nolumbes on last
Monday for the purpose pf vising
wavsand means of bettering our pub-
ayA., ";nt attended by a very
555 Smed talks were
SSe by Prof. E. TV. S Cobb, J, W.
SOLICITS YOUR BUSINESS
It is the largest, but
because you will get
the best there is in banking.
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. Holmes, Pres JT. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W. F. Uttle, Cashier V. A. Bland, Asst. Cash
1 920 frBodeO, IK
j f The Good Old Kindj that
I I p always do the work.
I Vv..Same formuiajfor 50
years. Unequalled for Biliousness,
Sick HeacUche. Constipation and
Malaria. Atfcll druggists. Manufac
tured by Polk Miller Drug Co., Inc..
Richmond, Va. t
Jack, W. Tl: Swann and others, which
we sincerely; hope will bear fruit.
On account -joi the small numoer pre
sent the matter of electing the Coun
ty Superintendent was not consider
at this time, but another meeting will
be held m the near future, at which
time it is. hoped that a representative
attendance from each sction of the
county will be present sojthat all may
be fully informed as to the object
and purpose of the move. Owing to
the (inability of Mr. Chas Davenporfc
. i , x At a; a.
to De presenx at mis meeting, ii- wita
presided over by Mr. C. Bush, of the
NEWS. . , - ' ,
Mr. Galloway who has been living
on Warror Mountain for the past year
has gone-toi.Columbia to practice law.
He was back in Tryon a few days the
first of the tweek.
La TJ SErjaO-PASTTE PABNTS
. BSST THAT CAlf 8S IIADR O
T Cost to you $3.25 a Gallon when made ready to use
KIECOIUENDED DY SATISFIED USERS FOR OVER 40 YEARS
- Obtain COLOR CARD from oar Affcnts or 9
LO::SI3Afl Ck MARTINEZ C3nnfaetarers Hw York
Tryoffi, N. C,
James Watson Says, "I'll Never For
get When Farthers Hogs Got
"One morning he found 2o hogs
dead and several sick. He called in
the Vet. who after dissecting a rat
caught on the premises, decided that
the, rodents had conveyed germs.
Since then I am never without RAT
SNAP. Its the surest, quickest rat
destroyer I know." Three sizes, 25c,
50c, $1.00 Sold and guaranteed by
The Ballenger Co. and Carolina Hard
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. The sermon
toDic Dec. 7th is. Allies in Battle.
Visitors cordially welcome.
W. A. BLACK, Minister.
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Rev. J. F. Black and wife of Hill
crest Vineyards are visiting theipj
daughter, Mrs. J. Strosahl, near To
ledo. Ohio. They report cold and
to be in our new fireproof store
building soon, where we will carry
a complete line of general merchan
dise. In the meantime come to us
for your needs in all lines, as we
now have a full line of groceries, dry
goods, furnishings, ready - to - wear,
etc, at live and let live prices.
Tryon, N. C.
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 tar
ings account with US Today. Motto; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNIR If. B. LANE
V c the series of talks on banks and banking that will S c
X appear in this space regularly from now on. )
I They are not musty statistics, learned theories ?
O juoi; poui, iiuiiMii) uuwuui, iicipiux tcilr.c tU pialll
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each one carries a message. Watch this soace
regularly every week.
BANK Or TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Pra
Columbus, N. C.
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Town Property. Bought
Sold, and Exchanged.
Tract No. 1 . 1 60 acres 2 1 -2 miles from Salud, small or
chard, good water. 4 room house, good pasture, well timbered. Price
$1 5.00 per acre.
Tract No. 2. 44 1-10 acres 1 1-2 miles of Coiumdus, on public
highway to Landrum, 1 3 acres cleared. Price $35.00 per acre.
IPor farm Bands or tovvro
W. T. LD NOSEY, Tryoini.
Our meats are kept in a sanitary ice box, which we keep as clean
as years of experience and painstaking labor can keep it. We buy only
the best meats on the market, both native and Western. We grind al
our sausage and feel satisfied that if you want clean, sweet meats tha
you can do no bettes than let us serve you. .
Market prices paid foi Cattle, Hogs, and Chickens. ;
VI e PrMidtato Cubier
J. B. HESTER Caahisr.
ESTATE 8 INS. CO.
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