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POLK COUNTY, NEWS, TRYON, NORTH CAROLINA
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ir0t Cross Buns-at, Tev Room Ash
tv E. M. Salley, of Saluda,' S'asln
Tryon a few hours, Tuesday'-" ; '
'jrs J. A. McGuire, of Henderson
viqfVis visiting Mrs. P. G. Morris.
Ajr w. F. Little spent Sunday in
afuda with his brother, G. R. Lettle.
Pnr Sale: Good work horse, or will
tl,fdc for milk cows. W. M VGAINES.
Mijs Edna Stackhouse, of Inman,
e guest of Tryon friends, Sun-
by the People
for the People
nr. Fred E. Swann spent a day or
two this week at High Jfoint, on dus
fK R. Vernor and Miss Loraine
nrp were Spartanburg visitors,
w F Little and son. Frank
ly n, spent a few hours in Landrum,
A Bank otjtne reopie
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iche euest of Mr. and: Mrs. Iobt.
at:u Mvrtle Reece. of Asheville has
accepted a position as bookkeeper" at
v. Ballenger Co.
of Snriner Hats. Fri
day and Saturday, February 13 and
14. Ballenger & M.cFee.
Kt, Pnnl Dawson, of Spartanburg,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Whittineton over ounaay.
Miss Stone, the occupant of the
r.nrric-nft house, is visiting relatives
in Rrooklvn, N. Y. for a short time.
r c- Pnimon. orincioal of the
Green's Creek school spent the week
end with the family of W. W. Craw
Messrs. C. W. Balleriger and P. G.
nto otnHed the Ford dealers an
iUUll iO . . .
.rmvention. at Charlotte last
Misses Esther, Jessie and Louise
Bowen of Hendersonville, spent Sun
day with their friend Miss Nell Craw-
ley 01 iryun.
tvTi-co "NJpllip Crawlev. who is teach
Creek school, soent the
week-end., with her parents, Mr. - and
Mrs. W.' W. Crawley, in Tryon.
at. rs-nA Mrs. J. M. Shultz and
daughter, Dorothy, of Oak Park, Illi
nois, arrived in Tryon, on Monday,
and are stopping at Pine Crest Inn.
Wanted : -Home-made,, 'chairs. Will
pav good price. Must be'smdoth and
v.;to cont.s. Want some at
once. Arthur Scruggs, Tryon, N. C
Arimiml Mpad: a cruest for a month
nr.a af OnV Hall, left for Savan-
nah on Wednesday. He has' good
words to say for Tryon and its resi
f;c T?ha Rarnard. of Asheville,
who has been temporarily keeping
u KAftVs n the Kallencrer Co.. ior
the past few weeks, returned to her
home, luesday. - - . -
Fdwards. who 1 has
Wr, a momr of the -NEWS force
for the past several, .months,-has re-.
Ricmpri ner nosiuun aiiu icwimu
her home at Mill Spring.
Mr. John Washburn is repeating
u?c locf orintAr'a pirrierience bv com
ing to Tryon from Williams College,
Mass., to recuperate irom me nu
He knows where to come.
Mr. Jarvis, of Toronto, a well taiown
personage in Tryon, was at Oak Hall
-aoir fnr a dav or two on his way
further south. He expects to return
to Tryon later in the season
d dautrhten Mrs
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Dcd' nt PolnThns. Ohio. Will
cnon io rpst. of the winter m J.ryon
Thev are occuoving Mrs. Strong's
apartments, on Melrose Circle.
Mrs. E. Rhodes has returned from
v,Q AioTifi MnrVpt and will have her
wit A. x viuii aiami '
first Spring showing of fewest styi purniture and Fixtures
in Spring hats-Friday and Saturday p . ,
. , Overdrarts..
Briquettes, a new tuei, consig , , , , ,
of occrl intii balls Cash and due trom Dan ks. .
ul iiixiu. tuai vivioi, f - - - . i
'Vhniif v citq rt-f tpnms ball, nas i
au;ub biic oiiiV -v '
to come and see us in our new fire-proof ;
store building, just completed, where we
have on display a new, clean stock of
Shoes, Millinery and
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.
Wilkims & . Co.
Tryon9 N. C. '
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
G. H. Holmes, Pres. ' .J. 1- Waldrop, Vice nes.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W F Little, Cashier V. A. Bland, Asst. Cash
To the average man if he is not savins? It will enable you 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. BARliQW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNBR
H. S. LANE
Report of the Condition of
Polk County Bank & Trust Go.
At COLUMBUS, N. C.
at the close of business on January 31st, 1920
THREE MONTHS OLD
Loans and discounts. .MX, $41 ,590.72
I Demand Loans 1 .11 i
Liberty, Bohds;",..- I.
Bills Rec. (on demand)... . .
1 1 7.32
been introduced into Tryon. -If is
said to combine advantages of botn
soft and hard coal.
Mr. and'Mrs Emerson, who reach
ed here from snow-bound Massachu
setts last week on one of, Tryon s
coldest days, were warmed and
charmed by what seemed to them the
springiest of spring days.. .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Lawrence,
"WilTYiAtte. Illinois, ar-
in Tryon Sunday. -This is their first
visit, ourintereatiiie; "
nnrl tViPv nro oninvinir it to the Ut-
most. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence are at
Pine Crest Inn. .
First, shnwincr of SDrins: Hats,
Fridav and Saturday. Feb. 13 and 14.
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Ballenger & McFee.
Mrs. Giles and Miss Giles dug
themselves out.- of the New York
snow-drifts Sunday and reached lry
on the following day. During the
snow blockade they visited one ot
New York's largest stores and en
countered only abaut half dozen cus
At the Congregational churchy the
1 regular services will be held on Sun
day, Feb. 15th, after two weeks inter-
miccirm Snnrlaw RrVlOol at 10 and
nuhliV wnrahin at 11 n. m. . Visitors
and strangers cordially welcome.
Bible study and even song on Wed
nesday at 4 o'clock.
The new counter refrigerator, just
installed by the Ballenger Co., would
do credit to any city, and after being
i!iiinvifii vir Vioi vmw tyi arkpt man
certainly does look tempting, we
h rrorrfiSS. eS-
pecially as to the sanitary handling
of fresh meats.
Capital Stock, paid in... ..
Deposits subject to check-
Time Certificates ot deposit
Cashiers checks outstanding
waktrd TO' RETitrThe timber
irom ouu or more acres vi. vngm xx- i
Rt. for lTfiTYicdiate ' removal. Usual w
varieties, mostly oak, pine, , chestnut, 1 Q
lCU, V i vlrWT TITO
U11U1, lUl.Ul.y nmu, "
northeast of Saluda, in wnat is Known
as Green River cove.
E. J. BRADLEY & SUMS.
Saluda. N. C.
WHAT MAKES A BANK?
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLI
CATION V -
In The Superior Court-Before The
G; L. THOMPSON 5
JESSE F. PACE,
The Defendant in the above-entitled
cause of action will take notice that
an action entitled as above has been
Total...... ...... $77,35.VV
We respectfully solicit youp business
POLK COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO.
The Peooles Friendly Bank.
COLUMBUS, N. C.
E W. S. COBB, President ' ' FRANK JACKSON. Vice Pres.
W. E. WALKER, Vice Pres. ' ' n ,.
FRED W. BLANTON. Cash. M. L. ARLEDGE, At. Cashier
1 Well, our answer to that question is the men behind the bank,
the men interested in its management, the men who stand for business
integrity and square dealing. . , . ... I
The officers of our bank are accommodating and willing to extend
you every courtesy. ; Our directors are not figure-heads, they actually
rKrprr- fl-ir- affairs of the bank and know how its business is conbucted
Our stockholders are among the solid men of the community. These v
are what if takes to make a good bank, in our judgement, a safe place O
for you to Jo business. We invite you to join us. ' O
t. BAN IK OP TRYON ()
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W. T. LINDSEY Pre J. B. HESTER Cuhltr. ( )
an action entiuea as auove no y - t
aotoecoer C of cooooosgocooooocococococcco
$700.00., as bond in the superior court I OCieQgo003occOCCCOCCCOCCwaOCCOCCCacCO3CCC3CCC
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ther take notice tnat tnere was on
the. same date of this summons a war
rant of attachment issued against him
and returnable with this summons; he
will futher take notice that he is re
fn atiiwar before the clerk of
the superior court for Polk County, at
his office in Columbus 19 day ol, eD-
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i IL''"'"!.l-''-y,'" , - - -g- i 111 11 j m 1 1
nigra 1 Q9H ti1 answer or demur tne
complaint in said action, or the plaint
iff tinii onnir n t.ViA rourt for the re-
lief demanded in the said complaint
This 28th day of Jan. lszu.
v J. P. ARLEDGE,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
For farm, lands or towra
i . property see ;
W, T. LD NOSEY, Try ora.
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SERVICES AT HOLY CROSS
Sunday. February 15th, Holy Com
munion at 7:30 A. M. vr ;v
' Sunday School. at, 10 A, M.?.
Morning Prayer .nd Sertnon at J.l
A.M. ''-ii,:-- '
Bible Class at 4 P. M. '
The Lenten Season will begin on
Ash iWednesday, February 18th, with
a celebration ot the Holy Communion
at 7:30 A. M. and litany and address
at 10:30 A. M. m
Friday, Feb. 20 Service at 5 P. M.
Car Load Biurggoes
011000 Omie Whops
La p TO lb S a on dl
GilairirD(SSS AOfl at
Ppp.iuiOair Proces -
A SANITARY MEAT WIARIIET
Our meats are kept in a sanitary ice box, whicb we keep as clean
as years of experience and painstaking labor can keep it We buy only
the best mfeats.on the market, both native and Western. We grind 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.
Landrum South Carolina
Best In. Groceries
JOHN ORR & CO., Tryon, N. C.
Phone No. 14