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Mr. C. J . Lywh went to linpb J
n Tuesdays f"
fr B L. Ballenger was a business
VU3itor in Asheville Tuesday r
vVanted: A small farm with big
i,,rp It must be cheap. Address,
HomeeseKer, care Polk County News.
Mrs Chas Grover, of Lynn? Mass..,
cnendine i some time with - her
Jfaughter, Mrs E. E. Missiidine. .
Miss Virginia Butler, after spend
. holidays with relatives here,
returned to her horn in Atlanta, Ga.
Messrs. Robert A. Carruth and
Vrank Page, of Landrum. S C, were
Quests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Leon
Miss Mossie Edwards, returned.
cnHav from a week's visit with her
parents', Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards
of Mill Spring.
Wanted: A cheap farm with big
house in exchange for desirable
JlroDerty in a lare town- Address
Sange, care Polk County . News. ,
have moved their
ary luth will
1st at 4 per cent
sots inmav fa2 inroadle o1F:S 11 .OO arndl muni.
wards amid mr-ay, Ibe WStlhdtrawini .alt amy
ILUU U UQs .:.A: -. " 'm -
U'illrins & CO
tock of goods from their temporary
location to their new fire-proof build
ine? where they are now. ready to
care for the wants .of their many
friends and customers. ' . .
Miss Amelia M. Watson will show
her water colors of Southern1 and
Northern scenery at the Ferris House
I to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m., other times
by appointment. Phone 55-3.
The. studio at Lynncote, was bumet
I Vestertay morning about eight
' o'clock vhen the fire was discover
ed it had gained such, headway that
it was impossible to save anything,
the building and contents were a
Dr M. C. Palmr announces that he
. has associated with him Dr. Allen
James Jervey, formerly of Charleston,
S C for the practice ,xt medicine
' and 'surgO'- Dr- Jervey has leased
the Bushnell -cottage , on Godshaw
Ko doubt but that the Clerk of the
Superior Court for "Polk county has
been for the past few weeks laboring
on one of the largest documents of its
kind that has ever gone on the rec
:r rds of Polk county. The document
I Cin question is the last will and testa-
ment of the late Mrs. Katherine C.
1 Ferris, of Tryon. .This, document
1 consists of 70 typewritten pagesv and
'. Conveys a large estate.' 1
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i ;! ' The-Trj'on Casino Cluo was or-
! 2tanized at a meeting held at Oak
' Hall on lagt Friday night. The club
7 will repairjand open the old Casino at
Mimosa as a place of amusement for
our people and visitors. Billiard and
pool tables, bowling alleys dancing
floor andsuch other things will be in
stalled.; As the program committee
, perfects their plans for entainment
they will be announced through the
" NEWS. .
, ia- A New Years Service will be held
--un cunuay inuring at vne VAngrega-
tional church. The pastor will speak
on "It is your life." Holy Communion
will be administered after the address
Dr. Daniels officiating. New mem
bers will be received The; -special
music will be. Organ Voluntary, Sere
nade, Schubert; Offertory, Hyirin' of
1 Nuns-Lefebure-Wely March,; post-
btrangers cordially welcome
W. A. 3lack, Minister.
! J I The Christmas tree, held - in the
! Town Hall for the Mountain children
as.-aa- ttsual, a big succesSr about
j .one' hundred and forty - beings cared
-for, each receiving an orange, a ba.fr
Qi .canajraiic, a .toy. of, some kind.
J' Mlss Beatson wishes to thank thdse
i who make it possible to : have f.his
gathering each year by their unsolic
ited donations, also the girls of the
Rainbow Club who ablv ftssistAH.
The Helping Hand Society, under the
supervision of Mrs. John Orr served
coffee and cakes.
n There has been a suit filed in the
uperior Court of Polk county against
Mrs. Mary D. Osbrone, 'executrix of
! w! the IateMrs. J. F. Ricks,
oy J. c, Raines and others for the
purpose; of having the will properly
HTSeL the. court- .The plain-
f auce mat they are beneficiaries
under certain clauses of the and
the executnx has denied them of
Sighs under" such clauses, 'ihe
Plaintiffs have employed Mr. Mack
pear!; of Columbus as their coun
sel and the defendant is represented
y Air. Jno. M. Robinson of Charlotte.
DR. AND MRS. CONRAD LOCATED
T Jkhe following clipping from "The
nSiSJ J South Bend Indiana, of
jcent dae, will be of great interest
P many friends o Dr. Henry B.
, C0W of this city.
in tf0Da?'y no young man ever raised
depnu CH has more friends, who are
. hat n lntrested in his welfare than
ehar Cnrad, combined with a
ra?P or.of sterling worth and with
re ability m his chosen profession.
sonnS? a, inning -and delightful per
S5y5 such charm that he gatners
ound him worth while friends wher
Vts his lot, and it is safe
wirtf that he and his charming
in , ,soon be perfectly at home
"n lrtrChosen western abode.
eH fr;uHenry B- Conrad has been add
SDeoU sta.ff of the CUnic as a child
uaS n- Johns Hopkins grad-.
staff Vr- Conrad was on the house
disJ;o the dePartmnt of childrn's
and tl Johns Hopkins hospital
fo! :,Thom Wilson sanitarium
A saving 8 account is a good anchor in case of a financial storm.
vuuic m or write,
es Bank & Trust Co.
c TRYON, N. ,C.
G. H. Holmes, PresT J. T. Waldrop, Vice Prei
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W. F. Little, Cashier V. A. Bland, Asit Cash
1 920 iffTDodlell, IK 45
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CHAS. J. LYNClHl
Trypini, N. C
F. W. BLANtON, Sub Dealer, Columbus, N. C.
a m .1 i; i j - j.
national ,ttlBU ucenuaie , 01 . vne:
Bot, aro f niedical examiners1
in iu. ..an(1 Mrs. Conrad are nov?
Y City." , . . - . . ;
!lSiL?5le ? Rent: 9 room house on
heat Vj Ayenue. 2 baths, i
coaL- Adpnvilee rf buying wj
aL Addr$s Box 136,;Tryon -
ue. 2 baths. ; steam
Alarm ri.i. . ti'
I.nVl , v. i wins.
nisrht v. " . arearaeq inst
Writ a .... . -
ly)'t IT xseneaict (more caa-
Wnti Bt 'night that I Vas
was. Wok ma.HBiilI&lo
OUR GROWTH f
still continues, and we are now nearing the $100,000
mark in resources, and if you are contemplating
any change in your banking connections we ould
be pleased to have you bank with ns. ,.5" v :
Special attention given to deposits sent by
mail - --: -::'y " :-v-: ' . '"v-
POLK COUNTY BANk tTRUST CO.
The Peonies Friendly. Birik.
COLUMBUS, N. C
E. W. S. COBR President .
FRED W. BLANTON, Cash.
FRANK JACKSON. Vice Pres.
W. E. LCER, Vice Pres.
This is to notify, all persons having
claims againsfthe- estate of Mrs. S.
S.: Pack, to exhibit them to the un
dersigned on or before the 15th day
of February, 1920, or this nstitce will
be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This the 15th day of December, 1919.
: J. W. JACK, Administrator.
NOTICE DELINQUENT TAX
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4 40 - Jf ' . . -t t
II a (.'.Erchant ajpreciales-yoflr biisinBSS ffsTill adYsrtisj for it. "
Notice is hereby given to the par
ties named below, and to all other
persons who may be concerned as
mortgagees, that the undersigned
urchased at a sale ex property or ae-
lmauent tax payers,
Polk County, N. C.,on the Ith day of
May, 1919. land lilted and deecribed
as follows: ' -
- 40 acres of land inColumbu town
ship, listed in1 the name of Zsb Rog
ers for the year ltlt. t town lots
in Town of Saluda, listed in the name
of Wm. Pinkney Cox, for the year
Notice Is hereby further given that
application will be made te the sheriff
oi roue uounty, jn. u., y tne unaer
signed for deeds to said property af
ter the Ith day ef Uay, ltw. This
C. B. Shore, Purchaser.
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By petition of Polk County Board
of Education The County Commis
sioners has ordered an election at
Shields voting place m Greens Creek
Township on Jan. 13th 1920 to rote
bonds necessary to Vuild an agrfcul
tuiai school building according! to
petition filed this date bonds . to be
isstied at not leas than 10 years and
for not more than E per cent annually
GROVER FEAGA1JS ' Otliistrator
anJ. T. GREEN WAT and ROBERT
i This December 1st 1919 -F.
JX, BURGESS Clerk te B. C C.
5i : . vc.
to come and see us in our new fire-proof
store biulding, just completed, where we
nave on display a new, clean stock of
and all of which is sold at rock bottom fig
ures, We are ready and anxious to supply
your wants in anything in our line, and we
welcome a comparison of our prices with
those of our competitors.
See us for Feed of all kind.
Tryon9 N. C.
What Good is Opportunity
To the average man if he is not saving? It will enable yb 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. SONNBR II. B.XAKE
"Over The Top"
That call meant life or death to many of our brave boys over ia
France, It was the call for action m the greatest adventure the world "
has ever known . .
And even in peace times, there still comes the call of ."Over the
Top," a challenge to get out into action in the neat affairs of lif " ' A
( V wvin8 account at our bank will prove a areat heb to vou when the
O lattet call comes. You desire to succeedto be, in the front ranks, to
win n.mo - C--l.-- f..- I I. ' "11 I I t
" " imv auu a iuiiuuc. wur uauK- wm neip DOOSl you
Enlist with us and we will go over the top together.
BAN K OF TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Prea
J. B. HESTER Caahier.
L ESTATE 8
"y . 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, ell timbered. Price
$15.00 per acre.
Tract No. 2.-44 1-10 acres 1 1-2 miles of Columdus, on public
highway to Landrum, 1 3 acres cleared. Price $35.00 per acre.
For IFairinrD, Oaods oir Itowm
W. T. LD NOSEY, Tiryoo.
- Our meats are kept in a sanitary ice box, which we keep as dean
as years of experience and painstaking labor can keep it. We buy oaly
; the best meats on the market, both native and Western. We grind - a!
our sausage and feel satisfied that if you want' dean sweet meats tha
tvyou can do no bettes than let'us serve you. . .
r Market prices paid for Cattle Hogs, and Chickens.
A. H; WILLIAMS.