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T. Coates of Saluda, was in
Hilllpent Monday in Ashe-
te1A good work horse. a.
Mabel McFee is visiting rela-
n Greenville, S. C :
n V. Galloway and family
.' r1mhia. S. C. for the
Vone xo v" ' -
. Jackson , 68 yars old
,hflV OT Lilt: DUUUBb
ten a nieun - - .
I 48 . years. - .
V, G. Smith, of Detroit, is
, . nnni visit to TryonI
icr ner . - . .
r5 . '11 ..n'nfoT
till be here an w".
W W. Jamison, of Asheville,
e guest of her parents wr. ana
B Liungston. -this" week."
Lted:-Cook, white or .colored.
furnished. rennaneni, joo.
James Jackson, Tryon N. C.
Arthur Jones who has been
ingthe past few months in Try
turned to her home in Charlstoii,
crs W. T. Lindsey and B. C.
ICaWden attended the meeting of
s growers, at Asheville,. last
G. G. O'Neil of New Pros-
1 it M V A.
c c conductea me iunerai i.
is ereelc church, Tuesday after-
and Mrs. D. G. Lewis, of Wil-
ttsti are guests of Mrs. Lewis'
fits, Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes,
ynn. ' '
U. Ella Jackson, wife of Kev.
!rt Jackson, died just at sundown
5th. 1920. at her home
Green's Creek, Polk U., M. .
DR SALE: House and two, lots
Whitney Avenue. For. price and
ka apply to Sam P.- Hill, East
Rock, N. C. - -Sale
or Rent: 9 room house on
n 4-1. M
rox Avenue. . wua, bvcu
and privilege of buying winter's
Address Box 135, Tryon, N. C.
Ir. tt. F. Hadden who has been
i the Ballenger Co., for the past
weeks, aa bookkeeper, has re-
f ed his position and left Sunday
AlcaAou, S. C. ::
he Southern Mercerizing Co., this
tk received several car loads of
chinery, which they are installing
their new plant on the site of the
iss Amelia M. Watson will show
water colors of Southern and
rthern scenery at the Ferris House
Melrose Avenue on Wednesdays,
o 5 p. m., other times by appoint
nt Phone 55-0.
Mr. and M rs. J . N Jackson . and
Jughters, Misses Martha and. Gene-
ve, returned Thursdav evenincr
last week from a visit tD their
ughter and sister, Mrs. E. M. Wal-
r, of Terre Haute, Ind,
Mr. James Leonard was a passenger
Spartanburg, Saturday, where he
ent to bring his wife, who .has
pen a patient in a hospital there for
pme time, home. We are glad to
fate that Mrs. Leonard is getting
In accordance with the Governor's
equest that the churches of the state
PDserve Sunday as Law Enforcement
fay Rev. W. A. Black, pastor of the
ongregational Church will jrive a
r."WUK duress at li a. m. Visitors
l Mrs. J. E. Morgan, of Spartanburg.
EWS says: "We like to know what
s eomc: on in PnlV
wrgan bought Clark's Mt. (Sunny
ust we call it) and we are there
Wh Of tl P firrTo 1 4. i
---v, uui OUUUUl IS UUt ill
T. A. Rinnv. of Lvnn refMveA
am Friday announcing the
01 his SOn- Hflrmnm fVia TT.
fp ""ulw was nere oniy a
WJ days before, on a furlough and
tim mthe very best of health at the
dutv q his leavin f r Ms post of
Spinal meningitis was the
cau5 of his death.
ca't get to Saluda by the
Dec. 31 1918 j
Statement of the 'Condition of the
PEOPLES BANK & TRUST CO.
at Tryon, in the State of North Car
olina, at the close of business, Dec
31, 1919. r : :
' : RESOURCES 1
Loans and discounts ; $34,091.75
Qverdrafts secured, $59.58
unsecured, $111.35 . . 170.93
United States Bonds and
Liberty Bonds . . . . 43,695.56
Banking house, $6,233,38
furniture and fixtures
Demand loans . . . . . . : . .
Due from National banks . .
Due from State banks and
bankers. . . .... . . .
Cash items held over 24 hrs
Gold : coin ...... .
Silver coin, including all mi-
- nor coin currency.
National bank notes and
V. S. notes. . . . . . . .
Expe1isea.ccount , .
Dec. 31 1919
Statement of the Condition of ttje
PEOPLES BANK & TRST CQf
at Tryon, in the State of North c
"j, olina, at the close of business, Ejfic.
?31, 1918. r tj- '
Loans and discounts' . ... .$98,065.12
J5emand loans : . . i . . . . 2041
Overdrafts, secured $232.03 '
unsecured, $124.78-. . . 35&-81
JInited States Bonds and '
v. -t Liberty Bonds .... . . . 12,0OC '00
Liberty Bonds on deposit. 13,70(k00
Banking house, $6260, fur- f-
h niture and fixtures 4
$2865 9,12f00 .
Cash in - vault and net t "
:-f4 . ' . amount due from v
ii, ..' banks, bankers and If
trust companies. .... 27,63533
Collection .. ... ..... 58S43
Checks for clearing . . .... . 201:00
Liberty bonds deposited to .
secure note ...... . . . 28,80C00
Total. ............ .$104,623.94
-'. " LIABILITIES :
Capital stock, paid in ..... $10,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses; : and ,
taxes paid. ........ . 6.48
Deposits subject to check. . 35,2592
Time certificates f deposit 4,240.86
Savings deposits . . . 50,694.54
Cashier's checks outstand
ing. ..1. ........ .:. 2299.46
Discounts and other earn
ings. .......... 4,192.78
LIABILITIES i .
rtapital stock, paid in..... $10,00()0
Surplus fund ...... 50(f00
' Undivided profits, less cur-
'f , rent expenses and
taxes paid. ......... 1,7604
Bills payable with Liberty M
v -.' Bonds ascollateral. . . 25,7553i
-Deposits subject to check. 65,495179
Time certicates of deposit. 29,5038
tSavings deposits 412946
Cashier's checks outstand-
ing... .. 2,66(12
Certificates of deposit for .:'
1 Liberty Bonds.... 13,70g00"
to come and see us in, our new fire-proof
store building, just completed, where we
nave on display a new, clean stock of
s, Millinery and
and all of which is sold at rocK bottom fig
ures. We are ready and anxious to supply
your wants in any thing in our line, and we
welcome a comparison of our prices with
those of our competitors.
.r . . , . - - .
us for Feed of all kind.
Tryon9 N. C.
Total ............... $104,623.94
State of North Carolina, ff
2 ' County of Polk. Jan. 13, It 20.
I. W. F. Little, Cashier of $he
above' named bank, do solenTutly
, swear that the above , statement is
vtrue to the best of my knowledge ftnd
' G. H. Holmes,
1 W. Y. Wilkins, I
; Dr. H. H. Edwards.
Direcors. p '
z Subscribed and sworn to before ne,
y,this 13th day of January, 1920. S
I J. B. Hester, Notary Publiri
Iy commission expires May 18, 121.
W. F. LITTLE, CashieB
What Good is Opportunity
To the average man if he is not saving? It will enable yoM to
grasp the opportunity if you will take our adviceOpen a say
ings account with US Today. Motto; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BAN K.
DAVID C. BARROW VY C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNBR H. B. LANK
rrtam vice Presidents Cuhier
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. Holmes, Pres. JT. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W. F. little, Cashier V.A. Bland, Asst Cash
At the regular Annual Meeting of
the Congregational Church held on
Wednesday afternoon the 14th, the
following officers were . elected. Clerk
and Treasurer, Mrs. E. E. Missil
dine; Trustees, E. .E. Missiidine, for
three years, and Nelson " Jackson for
two years: Deacons, John Orr for two
years, Rev. J. F. Black for one years
Prudential Committee, Mrs. J ohn Orr
for two years: Music Committee, Mr.
and Mrs E. E. Missiidine, Mrs. C W..
Ballenger, Mr3. Strong, Gerald Stone:
Organist, Mrs. E. E. Misseldine S. S.
Superintendent, G. Stone.
TRYON BOY SCOUTS
the name of L. V. Randall for the year
50 acres of land in White Oak town
ship listed in the name of Frank Mills
for the year 1918. 1
15 acres of land in (Joluibus town
siip listed in the name ot. .Grayson
liewman for the year 1918. ' -
25 acres of land in Saluda town
listed in the name of J. G. Rollins for
the year 1918. '.
30 acres of land in Saluda town
ship listed in the name of D. M.-Rollins
for the year 1918. :
60 acres of land in Columbus town
ship listed in the name of W. M. New
man for the year 1918. - .
15 acres of land in White Oak town
ship listed; in the name, of A. J.
Greatest Kankw c )
Biggest in The World
Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF iKiON
at Tryon, in the State tif North Car
olina, at the close of frasmess, uec.
Loans and discounts . . .5;.. . .$90,680.87
Overdrafts . .
No, we are not referring to our bank. It is big enough . for all
community needs but it isn't the biggest thing in the world.
The biggest thing, the most important thing in the world is
SERVICE. That's the one excuse your business has for being here
The amount of service rendered is the measure. of your need. Our
bank honestly tries to be of service to this community. We try our
best to anticipate your needs and to be of service to you. Have we
succeeded ? Well, ask our satisfied patrons. If you are not one of
them, we invite you right now. No time like the present.
BANIK Or TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Pres J. B. HESTER Cashier.
Liberty Bonds. . . M
All other stocks, b'onp!scand
mortgages. ..... ij:. . .
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures. . . . ...
Cash in vault and t net
amount due Jjrom
banks, bankers rH and
trust companies it . . . 43,967.94
Splawn for the year 1918. !,,-
One lot in the Town of : Tryon,
Tryon township, less 22 feet on back,
listed in the name of J. H.; Metcalf,
for the year 1918.
15; acres of land in Coopers Gap
township", listed in the name of J. R.
Blanton, for the year 1918; ?
Notice is hereby given -that ap
plication will be made to the sheriff
of Polk county, N. C, u-r the under
signed for deeds to said property af
ter the 5th day of May, 1920. This
January 15hV 1920. ? !
J D: CARPENTER: Purchaser.
ley- road, but you can get
foot I lla Tea House either bv
Ue,; TT, or car' and it is the pret-
u "f u Dest wad
u roaa m the rmmtv
ek Z COl,d drinks' sandwiches, cake,
i vlIlu . 1
order n a or IIltaJs servea on
dav ' ?n from 1-6 P- m. every
The Boy Scouts of Tryon met at
the. school house Fridav night January
9th, 1920. The meeting was called to
order by Scout Master Hill.
Mr. Hill and Mr. Nelson: Jackson
Jr. made each of the boys a preset of
the 1920 Buy Scout Diary.
William Scruggs was taken into
he troop. After the business meet
ing the Scouts" played games. The
Scouts find it necessary to have a
stop watch, but they have no money
with which to buy one but it is hoped
that some of the Tryon people will be
interested enough in this movement
to see that it is provided for. ,
The Boy Scouts are oing to or
ganize a basket ball team of which
Mr. Jackson will be coach. The boys
are planning for a big track meet
early in the Spring to be held pro
bably at the golf course.
J. A. KINLOCH,
J. H. RION, Jr.
morning day Sundays' 0pen
. . m Tryon, Tuesday.-
pony'ut V la"gC Kentucky
Pound, wi hands high weiHt 800
u... I Droke to saddle and hArneas:
b-f,- years old; price S225.00. Rub-
d). iR.ny (new, never us-
20; ,.Bau bridle (new),
I)onv v. "
"f raessJ (new) $20
A- G- CalPat
sh's a;?1 " Mn
A; -S; CALDWELL.
NOTICE DELIQUENT TAX
Notice is hereby given to the par
ties named below, and to all other
persons who may be concernea as
mart crapees. that the undersigned
a - ' . . i. i...
purchased at a saie oi propervy wuc
Unquent tax payers, ; in Columbus,
Polk county, N; C, on the 5th day of
Moir 1Q1Q land listed and descnDea
as follows: , , .
ok nnma land in Columbus town-
-Ui u-AA in ift name of W. A.
Newell, for the year 1918
ir Kami nf lonil in Greens Creek
township listed in the name of S. J.
Jackfon. for tho year. 1918. .. . .
On lot In Tryon township listed in
Musical , Information.
It may be so and It may not, but. a
Los Angeles student affirms it in an
examination paper j and here it is :
"Beethoven discovered the "sonata ,in
four moves; Before thlSv. It was a
sweet. He vrbte many piano sonatas
for the violin 'and they .were called
string quartets. When a piano sonata
was for aft orchestra It. was called a
symphony. " The ninth piano sonata
he wrote for voices to singV
Capital stock, paid in I;. . . .$10,0u0.00
surplus i una ...... ,t... .. j.u,wu.uu
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses r-jj and
taxes paid .... Jo. . . . 1,573.24
Notes and bills rediscovfnted 4,800.00
Deposits subject to chck.. 85,214.62
Time certificates of de bosit 7,71ii.00
Savings deposits. K.. -t . . . 29,723,67
Cashier's checks outstand
ing... ...i!.;.. 475.00
L ESTATE 8
Columbus, N. C.
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Town Property. Bought
Sold, and Exchanged.
Tract No. 1. 160 acres 2 1-2 miles from Salud, small or
chard, good water. 4 room house, good pasture, well timbered. Price
$15.00 per acre.
Tract No. 2.-44 1 -1 0 acres 1 1-2 miles of Columdus, on public
highway to Landrum, 13 acres cleared. Price $35.00 per acre. ;
Total. . . . . .1. . . $149,499.53
fitate of North Carclufi.
County of Polk . Jrfen. 14, 1920
I. J. B. Hester. Cashlof the above
namea uanK, ao soienraiy swear inai
the above statement iai true to the
best ofmy-knowledgejand belief.
J. B. HESTER, Cismer,
'A. 1.1. 1..- i-
iorrcTi aw-cbi : -i
W. T. Lindsi y, :
B. L. Ballenger, 1 j ;
J. B. Hesterf I
Subscribed and sworfi to before xne
this 13th day of Januaiy, 1920.
W. F. Little. Nf itarv Public
My commission expiresjfMar. 19, 1920.
Iror ;'farm, Dands or townn
W. T. ILDNDSEY, Tryoim.
Go - To
Beot In Groceries
- . . . -IT-'
JOHN ORR & CO., Tryon,
x Phone No. 14
A SAWITARY R1CAT MM
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 only' '
the best meats on the market, both native and Western. We grjad 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 for Cattle, Hogs, and Chickens.
A. H. WILLIAMS.
1 If a f.!rci2ni: apjrccistss- ycr:busin:ss ha vill skftiss fur it,
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