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lindsey. ' ' '
Mr B- L' Ballenger sPent Sunday
C W Ballenger and family went
t0 AsheviHe, Sunday. : '
rT Ralph Morgan, of Landrum,
;n Tryon, Monday.
j Gentry, of Asheville, was,
. Tryon, Wednesday. ,- '
n echer McMurray spent Sunday
Jh friends at Saluda. .
l R. Presson is visiting her
t'e Mr. and Mrs. . j: . Gaines.
parents, . , .,'
pte'd a position with the Ballenger
Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Bowne
turned Sunday from a visit jwlth
Mrs. James jacKson, miss Alva
Jackson and Miss Iola Bell spent yes
terday in Spartanburg: , ; - 5 .
Mrs. Giles and daughter, Miss.
Matilda, of London, England, - are at'
Oak Hall for the winter. : ' -V
it will not last long but after all, the
advertisements are good news! and
should be read by every reader.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jones have
g0ne to Kershaw, S. C, where they
yjll visit relatives until after the
holidays. .: :
Miss Reba Barnard, who has been
with the Ballenger Company for the
past several months, has returned to
her home in Asheville. (
Mrs. Arthur Smith arid Mrs. Whit
en Beatson, of Washington, B. C,
are visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Smith, of this placs-""
Miss Ella Stackhouse, who has
been with the Ballenger . Co., for the
past year and one-half, has resigned
her position and gone to Inman, S. C.
On account of an extra' amount of
advertising in this issue we arer comr
pelled to leave out a number of items.
We hope our readers will overlook
this shortage of reading ?. matter, - as
Mr. and Mrs. T. H uoggey have
opened a restraurant up stairs over
Ore's store. This is something Try
on has long needed and . they" should
be given a good trade." Here's - hop
ing. The many friends of Mrs. ' R. ' A.
Leonard, who was x operated, upon at
the Mission Hospital at Asheville
last Saturday, will be pleased . to
know that she is getting along : as
welf ak could be expected - -
Miss Mossie Edwards Uspent the
wek-end with- friends in Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sherry, of De
troit Mich., who are spending a few
weeks at Tryon Lodge will leave " for
their home about Dec. 20. They are
much pleased with their stay in Try
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To all witnesses, defendants and
jury. There will be held a ; special
term of Criminal Court in Polk coun
ty, by order of the ; Governor of the
State, beginning January 5th,
for the purpose of trying criminal
cases only. ' r '
This. rWPTnhPY- 15. 1919.
F. M BURGESS, Clk to B. C.
The following is a list of the jurors
for the special term of cpurt as
frawn from the jury box at Dec. 1st
meeting, to wit: . j ;
Lynn Waldrop "' f , -
Calvin Phillips -
J. M. HearonT"
C B. Gibbs , J !
J. B. Hester '." .".
J. R. Foster ' .,
P. G. Morris , y
G. S. Whitesides r '
J. H. Reid
W. H. Deck
J. 0. Dalton ... , ,
J. B. Arledge '
W. Y. Wilkins
0. C. Bridges '
R. M. Hall
J- C. Newman . '
J. P. Horn -B
Claude Lewis t . , .
J. B. Bradley : "
C W. Davis
J- G. Monroe . '
J- D. Blackwell " -A.
Forest ' " . ;
William M. Gaines
Q- C. Sonner
P. A. Bishop
W- B. McSwain
J- P. Lockhart
T. W. Bradley.
Ancestors of Sheep. ;
All the present breeds of sheep are
Wobably descended from ' th Mouf
fl(J, the European wiIdbredrTh
other leading wild breeds are tb Ar?
gjli of central Asia, arid the ; Bighorn
the Rocky mountains In America;
it is doubtful If any domesticated
pieties have beerr evolved frpm
jhese. All th& recently opened cbun-
nes have been stocked' from Europe,
anl nearlv nil frnm TCnpiinh hreedi,
the exception of the SpanUh me
I wegiily Plews Letter
BANK AT HOME.
There are a number of Polk County
People doing banking business out
side of their home county. There is
no excuse for this as 'Polk now " has
five banks to serve it. Line up forr
your home county and do business
with the home institution. If you do
not care to do your banking with this
bank then open an account with some
otner bank m the county.
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WHO PAYS THE TAX?
When you send money out of vour
county to outside 1 banks" you im
poverish your home county just that
mucn. lhe banks in your county pay
taxes, and that HELPS YOU. The
money you send away helps build the
other man's county, for your money is
used in the extension of business
where it does no good. Bank at
TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
It is to your advantage to
your "account with this bank.
J P) . UJ :1k ij J 0 ,
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Gan Make KmeHiate vD5yKi:;'FS
Glli AS. J. LYNGIH!i
F. Wv BL ANTON,
Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF SALUDA
at Saluda, in the State of North
Carolina, , at the close ol ousmess,
November 17, lyiy. :
. RESOURCES. nnA
Loans and discounts. ...... . "94S'?
Overdrafts ..... . .....
United States bonds and
Liberty bonds. . . . i . .
Banking house $3729.77, fur
Banking lionise $3720.77, fur
niture and fixtures
! All other real estate owned
i ' .-1 i- Aim -f T-nm
uasn m vauit uuc av....
banks, bankers and
trust companies. ..
Cash items. : held over 24
Capital stock paid-in $10,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur--
rent expenses and tax- -es
Deposits subject to check... 39,989.49
Time certificates of deposit 16,984.60
Savings deposits ... . .v ... 14,537.88
Cashier's checks - dutstand- .
standing.. . ... . ... .
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
County of Polk - Dec. 1, 191p
I P. H. Bailey, Cashier of the
Wa named bank do solemnly swear
flint.-the above statement is
true v to
the bes of my knowledge
Ur,: - p. H. BAILEY, Cashier.
Correct Attest: . r ' :
Henry P Corwith. .
''" " John B. Cannon,
D. Mk Praser
- v , v-'-X ; .Directors.
Subscribes , and "oo berC m6'
this '4th day'.of Dec. 1919.- -TH.-Lane,
Notary tubhc, .
A PLEA TO THE POLK
; - SCHOOLS
; It has ' been my privilege . during
the past month to visit quite a goodly
number of the public schools , in our
tounty, and in conntctiou . with tnt
' EOLfe COUNTS lWS.TRYdlTIfTffi OITA r
from Peoples Banu
Constant' aim and ambitiori is :ihow to
better ' C serve you. We ' hayev all.
modern facilities and keep in touch
with the largest banks in or4er to
imnrove banking conditions in Polk
County. V-Thissbank was founded with
a view, of serving rather than ;money
grabbing. Its history has proved
that it has lived up .to 'its opportun
ities.' f We imate you to comeith.us
and share in the prosperity- of this
bank's customers. .
We have left a few . Safe .Deposit
Boxes at $2.00 per year. Better rent
cne and - keep your valuables protect
ed, against fire and sneak itheives.
Do rrot let valuable papers remain
around home. The cost is soIowor
the protection that you can ni atTord
to be without. We have gooS facil
ities for the storage of silver- and
light house-hold effects.
We issue Certificates of Deposit
Bank & Kust Co.
-2 TRYON, Ni .C.S :
G. H. Holmes, Presl T J. TIValdrop,
" Walter Jones, Vice Pres. .
W. F. Little, Cashier A V. A. Bland,
Sub Dealer, Colfimbus, N. C.
other duties of my office as l;County
Superintendent of schools, I have
been presenting to the teacher's and
students the great responsibjility that
rests upon us as ; Liberty loving
Americans to perpetuate the, memory
of the horodc deeds, ..the-magnanimous
spirit, the valliant service .and the
supreme sacrifice exemplified by the
Polk County Heroes in the world war.
Mv nlea is that everv school " in": Polk I
i w .
County be one hundred percent strong
in their : support of the , Soldiers
MomumentT Association. It has, in
deed, been gratifying to see the fine,
patriotic spirit of support y ana
operation which has greeted ? me in
everv school that I haves visited.
Without, a single exception, every
school has pledged me their, full sup
port for the soldiers monument. .
It will be practically impossible for
rfttTto visit in person every schbol in
the county, betwen now and. ih first of
January, when the report of "the work
done by eacK school is to be made to
Sec. W. A. Cannon, Lynn, N. C, and
for that reason I want you to know
that we confindently exoect every
school in the county to ue one hundred
percent strong in membership to the
Polk County ." Soldiers' Monument As
sociation. -The membership fee is 10c
each for children and 25c each for
adults. I want every teacher, to feel
that it is his duty to make is school
and district "Go over die top" to the
monumeiit fund, as our bovs helped to
make It "possible for iisotid our allies'
to gobver- the top against "' German
and .'Make 'the world safe fpr DEMO
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,E. W, S, COBB.J
' Co. Supt.
,0 10 SrHJfi.
paying a - good rate of interest for as
short a time as two months. Invest
in one of : these Certificates arid let us
pay yoij interest. We 'issue them
from $50.00 and upwards. Should
you need money, before a Certicate
matures you may cash it.
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- - SAVING ACCOUNT , :
This bank .takes a greatiride in its
Saving's Department.; Here i we have
the thrifty people of Polk County,
men, women and children. You may
start an account in this department
with One Dollar arid after you have as
much as $5.00 we pay interest at the
rate of-4 per cent, compounded quart
erly. Now is the time to open an ac
count and put away a part of your
income for the inevitable rainy day.
The successful 'people anywhere are
the savers. Savers are thrifty and
thrift meansrosperity. We oner
every inducement' to get you to save.
Bring or send , us a dollar to open an
account today. "
, . f Thanks.
; .-v- NOTICE. " :
By 'petition of Polk County Board
of Education, The County Commis
soners has ordered an election to be
held in Saluda m Janurary 43th 1920
to- ascertain whether or not the -Town
will issue bonds ' to the amount . of
$20,000.00 -to supplement ' the county
fund to build a , new school house,
furnish same in town of Saluda.
JOHN C. METCALF Register and
H. P. CORWITH and R. M. HALL
as judges. . ' . isj
; : . This December 1st 1919. .
: F. M. BURGESS Clerk to B. C.
By petition of Polk County Board
of Education The County Commis-,
sionets has ordered" an election at
Shields voting place in Greens Creek
Township on Jan. 13th 1920 to vote
bonds necessary to build "an agricul
tural school building -according to
petition filed this date bonds to be
issued at not less than 10 years and
for not more than 5 per cent annually
GROVER FEAGANS Registrator
and J. T. GREEN WAY and ROBERT
McENTIRE, judges. , .. ' .
This December 1st 1919
F. M. BURGESS Clerk to B. C. C.
NOTICE OF ' APPLICATION FOR
PARDON OF BOGE PONDER.
AppUcation will be made to the
Governor of North Carolina for the
pardon bf Boge Ponder convicted at
the Spring term 19,19 rof the Superior
Court ,of Polk County for the crimes
of an assault' with a vdeadly. weapon,
upon Annie Booker, and an . assault
with a deadly weapon upon .Otis. Wal
drop, and sentenced to a total term of
27 months on the public roads of Hen
derson County. All persons who op
pose the-granting of this pardon are
invited: to forward Jtheiri , .protest tdid
ha GovemoTewithout delajfo
' This 6thl"dayof : December. 1919-.
. . ' Consider thflnrirf OT?t-?4
" It Is a mltaketosnppvfie, that all
centipedes have a hundred , legs. . The
namels misleading. -The most common
Tarlety usually have 84 but there-ire
other species with at many ftr:lQ0'of
LI . r M V L -
V V AC
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.
ie average man it he is
grasp the opportunity if you will take our advice-Open liv
ings account with US Tody.; Motfo; Save that's what counts.
iGA)RQCiNA STATE BAINK.
DAVID ,C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNER
Prtitdint , ,t v---i
One Chance in Five
. . Out of every 25 young men
are saving any money. : .
r i This is something for
C J 1 wcntv yea" worn now, these four
V - . lHC wc,"lo"ao men - or me community. I ne others will be .plugg-: ( y
Qf VW ong in he iamej old.hd-t way. , One chance" in fire ; (
O yo .WUl ,you accepts
at our bank to-day and get in. line,
IBANK 00" TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Pres
Columbus, N. C.
Farm Lands Timber Lands, Town Property. Bought
Sold, and Exchanged. .'
Tract No. I. 160 acres 2 1-2 miles from Salud. small or-
chard, good water. 4 room house, good pasture, well timbered. Price
$15.00 per aae. v
' Tract No. 2.-44 1-JO acres 1 1-2 miles of Columdus, on public
highway to LandrUm, 13 acres cleared. t Price $35.00 per acre. "
For f annm Daods or1 town
property, see - :
vy u ul.ui NiLou. u 9 u u y ujiu Ue
r ; Qur meaU are kept in a sanitary ice box, which we keep as clera: f
s,Ycaji,oi experience na paiatuKing laDor can Keep u. We buy only '
-the best. meats on the market, both native and Western:: . r n-j v-t-.o
I our sausage arid feel satisned that wfybuv want jdean, sweer meats' thay' 2
lilies1-iiwn1etru$;jerre;you.t; ? - r v 71
I jietpi for Cattle, Hos, and Chickens. -; - - -rfbstsx
r, -i t i: r i".t . r
not savina? It will enah e von to
H. B. LANE
you know, less than five of them : ( )
you to think
about, ; young man. . f
or five savers out of the 25, will ( 1
it.? en ; start a savings account1
rr We will help you. r " ? Y
J. B. HESTER Cashier.
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