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POLK COU1TTY HET78, TETOIT. HOEITajOAIlOLIlTA
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If. Harry A. niiiue was .ttu naue-
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lountain Industries lea Room
ens Feb. z. u is amerem.
Etrs. Mary 0. Kellev ; returned
inday from a visit in Illinois. :.
Miss Mossie ruwaxjLis visiucu reia-
Inmanjsunaay ana monaay.-
Jackson and family spent
Pes at Inm
Mr. J. N.
tturday and Sunday in Ashevillle.
Sirs. Geo. A. Gash, left Sunday for
visit with relatives at Spartanburg.
For Sale: Good work horse, or will
ide for milk cows. W. m GAINES.
blrs. John Monroe left Sunday for,
'at Kock, to visit her sister, who is
fry ' . . ,
Mr. B. L. Ballenger,left last Thurs-
evening for a snort visit to points
Mr. Grant C. Miller left Saturday
fed Chicago. ,
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Helen r Ugn, tne marvtiaus cxniu
anist will play at the Library this
ternoon at four o'clock.
For Sale: Several nice grade Jer
v and Holsteins. Can be seen at nv
rm 2 miles east of Landrum. B. T.
Mrs. Daniels, who has been ill for.
o weeks, is now restored to health,
the great satisfaction of many
iends. .' '
Miss Stone, occupying the Carnegie
pUSe enus Jicr jcar ux xryuii rcai-
kce in a lew aays returning to ner
bme m urooKiine, jviass. -
Among the contributors to the new
' juthern Keview, a montniy magazine
e first number of which is . nst out,
the name of E. Payne xurskine,
ivelist and essayist.
I Mr. and Mrs. Sonk Ford have built
VA arenow with their little daughter,
WimfTne a small house below that
: Miss Putnam, of whose property
iey are still in charge.
Mrs. Giles and daughter, Miss Mat
ria who have been siiendine the win-
r in tryon, left Sunday for a visit
if a week or ten days in New york,
ter wnicn tney win rctuxu w xryun.
Mt. Edward W. Frost, lecturer, ar
eolotrist. traveler, is to speak he
re the Lanier Club this week, on a
eent journey to Iceland-and Norway
that if any one has not -yet nad
nrmo-h nf winter, he or she -can visit
lands where they have the real thing.
Miss Mary Lindsey has gone to New
torW for a two months visit. After
r . t mi xi .
tearing, as sne win, uie nnest mus
icians of the time wre count upon her
eturn with renewed faith in herself
Ind her undoubted talent for; that
I Mrs. Holden on Tuesday gave a
khost party for the Club which Mrs.
poubleday and Miss Beatson conduct
li the interest of young women of
rycm, but the going was so bad that
ut a few of the "spirits" material
ized. Thfr few who did appear with
heir two leaders and the president of
he club enjoyed an evening of quaint
Two concerts are soon to be given
y the Lanier Club, in one of which
local talent will figure in a scene' cop-
Sod from the ever popular "Hippo-
pome" in New York city Another
kill be Miss Epton. the violinist and
Iher sister, the accompanist and
reader, of Spartanburg, will furnish
"iv, cui-cudimiieiii. xue utiles win
'be announced later.
At the Congregational Church all
members of the church and Sunday
school are requested to be present
next Sunday Feb. 1st. It is intended
that the services shall be inspirational
to young and old, rich and poor. Vis
itors also will be very cordially wel
come. No SDecial offerinc is in mind.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Preacing and public worship at 11:00
a. m, W. A. BLACK. Minister.
Last Sundav was a red letter . dav
with the Congregationalists of Tryon.
The minister, Mr. Black, preached in
the morninc on "Christ. Th Creat. "Ex
ample of Democracy." In the After
noon the selected teams braved the
mud and rain, making the house to
nouse visitation. In the evening the
membership of the church met the
teams at the parsonage to hear their
report, and to enjoy a socially reli
gious event. Tables were spread by
some of the ladies, after a simple,
though delicious luncheon, the various
problems of the church were discus
sea m brief informal addresses by
several of those present. The figures
Placed in the hands of the treasurer,
ind read to tVl rnmnonxr ovoVpH POT1-
'laerable enthusiasm, as they were in
excess of the expectations of many,
winging the amount aimed at within
We are passing through a periond
that history will call the Extravagant
Age. We are . making more and
spending more than in any period of
our national existence "So -many
autos are being built and sold that
there is a shortage of rubber to make
the tires so tires had to advance 30
per cent.- AH along the line same
conditions exist and the end is not in
1 x vv
signt. wearing apparel has ad
vanced to a point where it takes a
small fortune to buy anything to
wear. A customer annlieH tn a hanV
recently for a loan tor finance the pur
chase of a suit of clothes seems like
a joke but it is the eosDel . truth.
Where is it all going to. end? -This
can be said with certainty, that the
person who lives frugal, watches his
expenditures and saves as he goes
along is going to come out all right.
A dollar will be worth a dollar one of
these days and a dollar put away now
will be worth double before lone-.
Save now while you can, the time is
coming when it will not be so easy to
get money. Open a savings Account
in this bank and let us pay. you com
pound interest. Do it today.
We issue these Certificates of Depos-
its at any time, to bear interest from
date of issue and we compound .the
interest every sixjky days.,: -This de
partment has passed the $30,000.00
mark, "Hie highest ever known in Polk
County thus showing the wisdom of
Polk County investors..' If not con
venient to come, to the bank, write us
and you will have' complete infor
mation by return mail. ' K
1 Our Certificates of Deposits are the
best known form of investment be
cause your money -is ready ior you
any time you need it. It pays a good
rate of interest and absolutely SAFE.
Do not leave valuable papers around
the house. Rent a Safe Deposit Box
for $2.00 per year and feel that your
valuables are secure. A
The following from Caryle is not
only a gem in literature but is full of
truth. - V, -
There is a perpetual nobleness in
work. . Tore is always hope in a man
who works; in idleness alone is there
perpetual despair. Blessed is he who
has found his work ;let him- ask no
other blessedness. ' All , trvie. .work is
sacred; in all true work, were it but
hard hand-labor, there is something of
divineness. Sweat of the brow; and
up from that to sweat of the . brain.
Sweat of the heart; . this is the noblest
thing yet discovred under God's sky.-
made by taking the lead in a little
over two years tiiri V This bank has
tried in every way $ live up to its op
portuniUea. and to de velop th$ county's
resources. Our antntion is not real-
ized f or we are farjhbrt'of our goal.
We need the help 4 our- citizens- to
make thisjank standout as a re
a - -I -J At ait . m .
uecwon ux tms couriys wonaenui re
sources. We' want l! bank of such size
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that ..when Directors are consulted
that this bank will flake a showing to
attract the . necess?y men of means
to locate here and h )lp us develop our
opportunities. Youcan help bx op-
ening an. account? with us. We
promise you the la word in service,
consideration and 4 'operation. Come
with us. . . .. ' it
fPolk County folks take pride in
A cheeking accoult with this bank
gives you standing jn the community
and influence abroach Success can be
influenced by being Identified with the
successful. W wil welcome your
Order your draft-5, collections and
notes payable at thi bank and there
by, get the best pospble service. We
will appreciate the isiness.
Tryon , "Polk
this, their "bank for the shoeing it has County's greatest Effnk'
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
TRYON, N. C.
U. H. Holmes, Pres. . X T. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W. F. IittleCashier- j - rV. A. Bland, Asst Cash
to come and see us in our new fire-proof
store building, just completed, where we
have 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.
: Wilkks & Co.
Tryon9 N. C.
"TRYON CASINO r ;CLUBM
An elaborate display of costumes?.
such as doubtless were never witness
ed by Tryon folks, was seen at the
Tryon Casino Club's Masquerade Ball
lasc inursaay night.
A good number of the clubs mem
bers were present and many welcome
A review of the errand march show
ed that much time and thought had
been given to each costume.. It was
apparent that foreign lands from all
parts of the world had eent a-- representative.
Two notorious convicts who had ap
parently made their escape, sought
refuge among the dancers
One of the attractions of the even
ing was an exhibition of yodling given
oy a colored man from the Coxe plan
The Entertainment Committee is
arranging for a Barn Dance, on the
night of February 5th, announce
ments of which will te sent to the
Club members. '
The House Committee will before
pared to announce .the "opening'X)f the
bowling, alleys at an -early- date.The
arrival of the Trap, fqr clayA ;Pjgeon
shooting ;is expected hourlyr
There are but a few remaining days
in which to be benefitted by the Club's
reduced membership, all those who
have recieved the Clubs form of ap
plication should take advantage of
Last night the Tryon Casino Club
held another of its weekly dances and
as here-to-fore proved to be a very
COLUMBUS BAPTIST CHURCH.
NOTICE OP SERVICE BY PUBLI-
In i The - Superior Court.Bef ore The
t : ' Clerk. v.
G. L. THOMPSON
: ' - . v- -Vs- -r
JESSE F. PACE,
xne uerendant m the above-entitled
cause of action will take "notice that
an action entitled as above has been
commenced in the superior court of
Polk, County, to recover the, sum of
$700-00., as bond in the suberior'court
of Polk county which was forfeited
by the defedant at last term of court,
and paid by his su?ey the plaintiff
in inis action; me qienaant win iur
ther take notice tha there was on
the same date of thiisummons a war
rant o5 attachment u sued against him
and returnable with fjiis summons; he
will futher take note that he is re
quired to appear before the clerk of
the superior court fo;f Polk County, at
his omce in Columbill 19 day of Feb
ruary .1920, and answer or demur the
complaint in said act sn, or the plaint-'
iff will apply to the f iourt for the re
lief demanded in tm said complaint
This 28th day of Jai 1820. V
-f . J. T& ARLEDGE,
Clerk of thg Superior Court.
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 say
ings account with US Today. Motto; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BJLRROW. V C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNBR
President ", r;, : ; Viee Prtsideats
li. B. LANB
Sunday School 10:00
Preaching every 2nd and 3rd Sun
days. - r
RECENT OAK HALl, ARRIVALS.
Mrs. R. G. Lewis, Boston; Mrs. J.
M. Keough, Boston; Mrs. J. C. Far
thing, Mr. Frank Farthing, Montreal,
Canada, Mrs. Farthing is the wife of
Bishop Farthing, tyrs. A. Fv Bemir,
child and governess, Boston; "Mr. G.
W. Hicks, Chicago.
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DR. HENRY B. CONKAD.
MILL SPRING. BAPTIST CHURCH
Dr Conrad who has recently-become
a nart of a laree clinic of able phy-
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scians in South- vena Indiana nas
been suffering from pneumonia and is
at the hospital in that city, with his
Sunday School' msn
i reaching Sunday morning 11:30 1 father and mother from Wmston
e pastor will be on hand for ser- Salem attending uoon him.
u,KS,ne? Sunday unless provident- His wife nee Miss Hallie Hester
mnaerea. Hope to greet a good )whom all Tryon values not oeing aoie
yiBKauon at both Sunda- Scnooi to do more than cheer mm now , anu
"u cnurch services. A cordial wel- Inmin hv her. nrsence as a small
C0I"e to all. E. J. JONTS. Pastor. Uaiio-litr has recently claimed" her
ltime and strength.
p.nv t-.T r I Tf s not often that two young peo-
. UUAt Ufr "nun- . pie start out with more and higher
Tv n.. r, ... , hnnpa And with so many devotea
ouse Fridav S ?Tf nJrhl friends and well wishes all of whom
S22? 2KB JnSsSS temporary cloud on their
Sr Hill. After the . business PP2SL.-
fVio -ro iq. rio chancr in Dr. Conrad's
J that this Bank is playing an essential part in handling the buLnets of Polk
f. county: I he business has been greatly facilitated in many r espects. Polk
" county people are beginning to realize that it is to their advtrge to keep
their account here. It enables them to get their out of g'own checks
cashed without "exchange. It enables them to make depositifhere without
driving over muddy roads to Tryon and Landrum, and at tl same time,
they have equal adequate protection. We carry Hold4& Insurance,
Burglar Insurance, and besides. this we have a safe that is Absolutely the
safest safe made. Our stockholders and depositors fiom Mil Spring and
Cooper Gap find that they save a day to stop off here with deposits when
taking them in person or when mailing them. ;
If you are net a depositor of this bank we invite yoii to come in
and get acquainted and try us. Everyone should pay their jills by check
To do this you have a legal receipt. We return yeurpaid checks
monthly furnishing you with statement of your account to dte. Start a
savings account for yourself, your boy or your girl. We paj 4 per cent.
- compounded quarterly. If you have money to invest command take out
a certiffcate of deposit with us draws four per ccntocan Ije converted
, into cash any time in person or by mail. - j
Special attention given to deposits sent by mail. Whel in Colum
bus make this home. ' !When our two-story building is fmpleted we
will have a rest room, for you; your wife and children. Thjsfoom will be
equipped with desk, pen and ink and sufficient paper for the fjransactson of
business, v '" " ; r : - '
Hours 9 to S h
POLK COUNTY BANK k
4 The Peoples Friendly Bank.
COLUMBUS, N. C.
E. W. & COBB. Prwident FRANK JACKSOM Vice Pret.
W. E-WALKER, Vice Prei. fe '
FRED W. BLANTON. Ch. U. L. ARLEDGElvt CuWer
WHAT MAKES A BANK?
COURTESY! 1 SEMICO &
Well, our answer te that question is the men behind the bank, ( )
the men interested in its management, the men who stand f er business (
integrity and square dealing. ( )
The officers of our bank are accommodating and willing to extend
you every courtesy. Our directors are not figure-heads, they actually ( )
direct the affairs of the bank and knew hew its business is conbucted. )
Our stockholders are among the solid men of the community. These C J
are what it takes (o make a good bank, in our judgement, a safe place
for you to do business. - We invite you to join us
BANK OF TRYON
TT. T. LINDSEY Pri
& B. HESTER Cashier.
REAL ESTATE HNS. CD.
Columbus, N. C.
Farm Lands, Timber Lands, Town Property. Bought
Sold, and Exchanged. .
Tract No. 1 . I 60 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 1-10 acres 1 1-2 miles of Columdus, on public
highway to Landrum, 13 acres cleared. Price $35.00 per acre.
"Unp Mt- Hill J H,.
rl uui or the Boys Life Magazine.
. ine Scouts TPce'weA a 1pMt rnn
ecK:oi xen aonars ior me
PUBLIC SALE NOTICE.
iSSrS lfe Sc?uts fP Mr. Thorn
Scouts want to tret as many I will offer for sale at the cadence
subscrintT.:? .'S n Polk County all my
Magazine. - household and kitchen furniture and
Jt uwwere over twenty boys pre- farming tools, one mare .TV
mthe Scuts of Spartanburg andlthe highestbidder for cash QCOe
Efte. some arranSfent f oi? 4he dayl FeK 5fd.: 192(kf gimnlO
an inTS. ?5x. lLiTA continue till every
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WP w?1" w ?u"a oam on. m ng T ;i,,V, cnlH fair-
v iiiji n . . m m - - a v. n. i a m ni i in j v v uiiu & u
take .. 7.. "re;i"!0Pre ."yon. vw i Y'ZZa ,. m-KmH: bidder
ttcir w rrMC a,a - scouts m TiSTaTW o Jan.
M. H: MORRIS t
R. S. STREADWICK
Scout ReporttTi. '
FbrTh e Beot In
PKpni No. 14
C. D. BYERS.
t X. Tryon N, C
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porfairinni. Baimds or town
! W. T. LD NOSEY, Tryoini.
' A SANITARY Ml MM
Our oettt are kept in a sanitary ice box, which ve keep as clean
as years of experience and painstaking labor can keep iL We buy only
the best meats on the mukct, both native and. Western. We grind al.
oar sausage and feel sa&sd that if you want clean, sweet meats tha
'you can do, no.bettes than let us serve you.
f'ffi I Market prices psid for Cattle, Hogi; and Chickens. .'.
A H. WILLIAMS.
If a Merchant srcciates year t'jsbss h v;i!l iinim for it.
at You ffigiit .
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