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Mr and Mrs Fred , Swann spent
Thursday in . HendersonvjllcW y
Miss Alva Jackson spent last
Sunday with relatives in Landrum.
Mr W E. Rankin returned Friday
from a business trip to New Orleans.
Mr W. H. Stearns was in. Ashe
ville for a stay of a couple days this
Mrs C- W. Ballenger and son,Stan
ley, returned home from Asheville,
Sunday.! : '
Miss Reba Barnard of Asheville,
is again 'boot-keeper for The Ballen
ger Co, for a few weeks.
Mr. J.' H. uidds, oi Mill spring,
was in Tryon Monday on his way to
. Columbia, S. C, on business.
The Mountain Industries Tea room
will open for business Feb. 2nd. at 4
p. m. Mrs. Doubleday-in charge.
Mrs. F. H. Snipes of Knoxville,
Tenn., spent Friday here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson.
Theodore Ballenger, who has .been
spending some time in Atlanta, Ga.,
with relatives, returned . home'.-Sun-Sunday.!
Mrs. L. S. Presson, who, has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Gaines, left last Friday for her
home in Clio, S. C. v
Miss Virginia Rankin who . is at
tending I school in Spartanburg spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Rankin. ,
On Mrs. Bates' return from a visit
north her husband and herself, evict
ed lately by fire from the Studio,' will
occupy the small Bell cottage.
. Think; of it! More than a week
has passed without a "possum" sup
per. Our most prominent , citizens
are already losing the extra weight
they put on after eating the others.
There: is a family cat iri Tryon that
has been christened Carrie, Chapman
Catt, but partly on account of his
- sex, he's call Chap or Chappie for
short, Some folks are so .irreverent.
Readi the Boy Scout., weekly report
in this paper. These reports of meet
ings will appear weekly and will be
written iby two different Scouts evry
time, iivery bcout must serve as a
reporter in his turn.
1 Some joking friends of -Mrs; , and
Miss Thurston are sending them mock
congratulations on xneir living in a
land to I which these dry times, the
American thirsty , are flocking, to, .get
Miss Clara Bell returned to her
work at Wellsley. Mass.. last week,
and her sister, Mrs. vade, to her
home in Louisville, Ky., where Capt.
Wade is acting as instructor in ath
letics at an institution there.
Mrs. C. S. Grover, who has been
spending the past five weeks in Tryon
with her daughters Mrs. E. E.' Missil-
dine, returned to her home in Massa-
chusetts, t naay. tine was - accom
panied as far as Spartanburg by Mrsi
The heavy, though distant n explo-!
sions heard in Tryon this week, were
not Ked Dombs or bank bandits, as
some may have conjectured .but the
blasting of rock along the Saluda
highway, in the process of widening
.The bandits who are looting coun
try, banks in Alabama, Georgia," Ten
nesseeiand other neighboring states
might as well keep away from Tryon.
lhe banks here are readv for. them.
They won't get awav with it V They
will be lucky to get away themselves.
So far., Tryon compared with many
other places, has escaped an epidemic.
or "nu." Several very 'bad colds"
have had flu symptoms and confinec
the victims to the house and even the
bed. Among the households "raided"
by it are Mr. Hester's, Mr. Holmes'
and Miss Morley's. But as during a
previous season, Tryon's climate and
Temperature held it olf, or soon disarm
h n it gets by.
Mr. E. M. Walker, of Terre Haut6,
well known to many of our people
here, who has been connected with the
Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Eastern
Tracion Co., has been offered the
presidency of the Evansvill & Tn-
dianapolis railroad. The Terre Haute
papers in commenting on it say:
. it is rumored that this road will be
improved by the C. & E. I:, the pas
senger service extended and the
freight facilties freatl"- enlarged.
The personnel of the office will be re
organized and it is rumored that E.
M. walker, general manager of the
T. H. and I. E. electric road, has been
invited to accept the presidency of the
Mr; and Mrs. Schiber.' the latter of
whom made many admirers for her
fine piano playing, were spending a
part of their honeymoon in Tryon.
i nougn they tried to conceal it, the
Aci leaked out, and on their depart
irom.Crestwbod to go back North,
iney were showered with rice. They
lct announrpiYiAnf nf fhoir rnmancP
They know they are secure. .1 , k
They know they enjoy every modern banking conveniice.
They know that they get the very best service and appreciate it.
Moreover they have a connection that is intimatcj and per
sonal; with an institution of character and strength. :
ThaFs why we hold old customers and forever gaining' new ones.
That's why The Peoples is Polk County's Greatest Bafik
(RESOURCES' OVER; $200,000.00
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Come join lour prosperous family, of depositors. No ac-
count too small nor none too large to get the
k best possible service.
Peoples Bank & Trust Col
TRYON, N. C. Jf
G. H. Holmes, Pres. J. T. Waldrop, Vice Prr.
r-iV, ' Walter Jonei, Vice Pres. tl
W. .tlattle, Cashier V.V. A. Bland, Asst. CaUh
to come and see us in our new fire-prqof
store building, just completed, where i we
have on display a new, clean stock of
, Millipery and
arid all of which is sold at rock bottom fig
ures, We are ready and anxious to supply
your wants in any thing in outline, and we
welcome a comparison of our prices with
those of our competitors.
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See us for Feed of all kind.
Tryon N. C.
it Good is Opportunity
To the average man if he is not saving? It will enable i you to
-grasp the opportunity if you will take our adviceOpen a sav
ings account with US Today. Motto; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
UAVIU c. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNBR
If. B. LAMB
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Biggest in The World
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.. No, we are not referring to our banlc. It is big enough for aU
community needs but it isn't the biggest thing in the world. .
The biggest thing, the most important thing in th -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.
BANK OF TIR YON
W. T. LINDSEY Pres
7. B. HESTER CashltxT
Gan Make Immediate
CD-OAS. J. LYNCD-fl,
F. W. BLANTON, Sub Dealer, Columbus, N. .
TRYON CASINO CLUB.
On Thursday evening January 15th?
half a hundred merry makers enjoyea
a very delightful evening, aancing at
the Casino uuD Kooms. ii wo
second dance of the season, ana wmi
the "dreamy waltzes, and "syncopat
ed melodies", generously given by the
"Miisitv Masters", the dancers were
in the shape of letters and telegrams soon under the . spell. The Entertain
of congratulations their friends had ment Committee is planning a feature
sent them. On leavine- they exoress- event at each dance r the first of .uue
?d their intense Gratification; with a Masauerade baU, but tnen meres.
feW. friendship and more to be said later ' regarpUngtnis
c ueugni- xney felt at the prospect Kach recipient ui wc Zj:i
of their return to the most aimiable application should be mailed in to the
ana j cordial community they had
ever ; met. All nice" people soon find
out what Tryon is. For the others it
aoesn't matter if the- don't "feel at
nome. as so many put it. .
inerc is a possibility that Mr. J. M.
acnuitz the prominent lumber mer-
"r 01 vnicago will T)ay Tryon a
vibu again this season. Many of our,
C1tlZeriS Will fOAnll Hff- O .ramr
pieasant stay in nnr. nirtnresaue
secretary as soon as pob&iuie.
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THE LANIER CLUB.
At the meeting of the Club held on
Thursday, Miss Tayior, oi
read a paper on Mexico, wiuui..
redU f 17 ,0v f her hearers.
for -not only the weaitn ox
try was exploited, but the child-nke,
l-JL :-,QeA in the character oi
iv 7 . 111 our piciureaquc i wie r . . nlpns-
ountain tomi last wint when e the Mexican.t, arogtte plew
was . . ,. ,, i. iiv.f- qt this .tnoueh . av ine
1 ------ " rtv1,riAr'e ws t. the Ma-
who have come to enjoy the excellent
climate Tryon has to otfer,
Among the late arrivals .is Mrs. W.
G. Smith, of Detroit, Michigan, who
has been coming to ; ourlittle moun
tain town for the past eight or nine
years. She is one who, has endeared
herself to many of our people, having
a host of friends in Tryon, who are
all happy to have her here again.
' Mrs. N. K. McCormick;of Normal,
Illinois, with her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Sudduth and daughters the Misses
Ella and ? Grace . McCormick, vhave ta
ken one of the cottages at Pine Crest
Inn and are enjoying Tryon's climate
to the utmost. They have entered
into the spirit of things here and the
young ladies have joined tne I ryon
Country Cluo-and are enjoying norse
back riding," attending tne dances at
Jabie -looking Alphine Lit or riding So revolution was m PEPgress,,d
discovering new and in- had intervention on ine iari -
and trails. Mr. country been msted on npA,
ronr L.a'c" llfp WOU1Q nave UCCU.?!:"
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4. .. - uvvTv-imif HCVY U1U 1
u . j . w enioy our very eu w , j
and and sP"nS M it TOfJK the coast and
Hnir,:" rt.y. reaay to look afteris maoeneir -
"Schutz anHlft-1,; a ' promise -of a . talk
"7 rrv "v. -UUK"VC H1' I . .rTo-t- w ho has not yex
from Mr. i
announced his suDjecu
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accompany him and while here they from
,sojorn at Pine Crest.
?ml- Wanted:--To solicit
Paint. fifiricatin8 oils greases and
SS8rr.?alajy or commission. - Ad-
A??? U11 Paint Co.. Cleve I
PINE CREST INN NOTES.
Pine Crest. ia; beginning, to
wiS guests for the spring
flip Trvrm i'asino Club. etc. Both
young ladies I are graduates of Yassar.
A wpprin nf the Polk County Sol
diers Menmlial Association is hereby
ralliH to Tretat Columbus, on Sat-
nrHav FpK7 . 10:30 a. m.. for the
purpose o'&earing reports of the
schools as t what they have done in
rAcrarrf 'tn T1f?mc funds for the mem
orial, i tirjle all who are interested
in this wor(! to attend, especially the
board of diijectors, as we wish r to
reach somenconclusiori as to the kind
of memorials cost, etc., adopt plans
for rushing; to completion the work.
-For Sale:l3-Goodvwork horse, or will
trad for ni Ik cows. W. f GAINES.
REAL ESTATE 8 INS. CO.
Columbus, N. C.
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Town Property. Bought
j Sold, and Exchanged.
Tract No. I. 160 acre$ 2 1-2 mile from Salud, small or-
chard, good water. 4 room house, good pasture, well timbered. Price
'- Tract No. 2. 44 1 -1 0 acres 1 1-2 miles of Columdus, on public
highway to Landrum, 13 acres cleared. Price $35.00 per acre.
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For farm, Jliiicls pr towini
property see ;
W- T LDNOSEY- Try bin;
For The Best In groceries
JQHN ORR & CO., Tryori, N. C.
Phone No. 14
If a Merchant, appreciates your liusinsss hc:- ;ill advertise for it.
: Our meats ai$. kept b a sanitary tee box, which we keep as dean
?as years of experieace and painstaking jabot' can keep it We buy only
ahe best meats on the market, both nahVe and Westeifn. - We ; grind at
)ur sausage and feel satisfied that if you want clean, I wtet meat tha
on can-do no bettes than. lei us senre you. i ' ; '
v Market prices paid fox Cattle, Hogs, and Guckehl.' 't'JrJ'r