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' in charlotte: v ;
I Wilkin? in v, .
e Fi & Lazarus
v F Missi Wine .was a Spar-
,v Kt nnedy is spending uie
Lecomptc of Corydon, Iowa,
nf licr sister, Mrs. A. L.
p. Keid, of Spartanburg,
e guest "l - ,
,v Ackerma.n, of Landrum,
Tryon on iUWB r
jVidav and Sat-
adwick. . " : .
T T BalJenger. came up from
Tucsdayj lor a suy
or ten days. .
r t ittle and son. Franklin,
iandrum, yesterday, having
dental work done.
Leonard visited Pinehurst
"' also stong at
00d Country Club at Colum-
Worthless Becaise It
This bank offers many inducements for the employ
ment of idle money.
Certificates of Deposits paying liberal interest from
date issued at any time.
Savings Department accepts deposits of $1.00 and
upwards and pays 4 per cent compound interest. "
the winter , at
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v.. Kelly snent trie week-.
-v,,irst. retumine via Char-
,here he played golf on i.ion-
mA Mrs. E. E. Missildine' re-
Hhome last inu'oua "x
. .wont trio to Winter rarit,
received, car; load of buggies
cold worth the money. . See me
e buying, l.. ihujui,,
ko, S. C. -
md Mrs. J. Foster Searles, who
Monday. - ' '
.and ilrs. Jce Nicoll, who have
pests of Mr. ,and Mrs. .J. E.
for some time, "left last week
flag tournament will be clayed
r0lf links next Tuesday. Priz
. . . . i
frill be awarded. All visiung
rs are invited to play.
fee on to mountain to the north,
esday evening, looked as though
!ral acres of wood at $10 or $12
cord was being wasted.
and Mrs. Vernor gave an auc-
evening to some twenty or more
at Villa Barbara Tuesday. It
of course social success.
e East Hill road has been worked
week, so as to have the water
from the center to the-gutters;
h heretofore has been hard to do.
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TRYON, N. C.
G. H. Holmes, Pres.- J. T. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice fre. -W.
F. Little, Cashier V.?A. Bland, Asst. Cash
The Car for the MoMiiitaiinis,
; -:v I;-- , i j
v " . .. - 1 1 ,
3s Virginia Rankin, who is at
ng school at Spartanburg, spent
week-end with her parents here.
returned to her studies on Mon-
he Ligntner family, of Detroit,
ped in Tiyon this' week, and will
U some time at their home here.
rs. Holden had an old fashioned
ing bee this lust week,.
very few months another Wilson
w to Tryon either as a guest or
dent. It rrrrihinrc frr Woodrow
enjoy that -privilege. He will
pblyhave the lesiure for it. in a
r from date. ;
nious rivals accuse Tryonites of
ays bragging a Bout this town. If
ever do that, people vill think
original Garden of Eden has been
m ered.. The rdain simDle truth
ut it is' enoup
county, but who hns. been
6 none at Roanoke, Va., for X i' n i i; M .
wM F.-W. BLANTON, Sub Dealer, Columbus, N. C.
fcation so th
Last Wednesday nigm mr.
so. common wrt(if intArestine lecture ou
re, has temporarily occurred Egypt" at the school auditorium.
; Pine Crest Inn: which has L, tt nj fook notes on the lecture.
siprdv. a W Wnir Knli olf I . tv, Rfplman
keWB r , h A prize was given w
oven- i, ; . uay' auu ueiUlc for the best, to Kooert rteicn xui
J. nad drained the hotel cows I . i,ftT,orable mention to James
e wil is kri0Nvn as the Sucker Rion The remarkbly good essay of
""i .nt 411.... r i . .
K;n.- 'wvivv came lruiu 'ffut vear 0ld Doy,
'J " 1 ' 1 1 Mn. wirn
a fori vpar . old Doy
emu " . . .
ev. t p r.. . . -inOB Kir tVipmselves - ana
v. r i ' i n i. i n a in m I'lxaa w ww--
Can Make Immediate Delivery
to come and see us in our new fire-proof
store building, jit 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.
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 sav-
ings account with US Today. ' Motto; Sate -that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNBR 11. B LANE
President Vice Presidents CWr '
WHAT MAKES A BANK?
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.
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 know how its business is conbucttcL. O
Our stockholders are among the solid men of the community. These1: O
are what it takes to make a good bank, in our judgement, a safe place;
or you to do business. We invite you to join us. I
BANK OF TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Ps
J. B. ECESTER Caahisz.
For farm, lands or town 8
W. T. LDNDSEY, Tryon.
GSiAS. J. LYNCH,
e. At t.
Bird is looking for
t he mav acain call
- ' '
u:dtK returnea weanes- - j orade
trip to Maumee, should have a fourth -d fifth grade
PO. H .... J xrxauxiicc, - . Mr. Frost.
i., tl. l.v II I I M 1.1 I I nillTIU I 1 V Mw .
;'r 'n L. Strcfeahl, who will make
Sti 'J hrne in Polk county,
; o.-ahl vali enter business with
the next few weeks.
The first Car Load of
l essay contest in
COLUMBUS GIRL MARRIES.
. n vimoay liiai.
Miss Iizzie Ded-
mond; daughter of lrs. W.
Mr T,wn(. t ai Dedmond became wic
f'ttthe rV,, a ,1 of. Kings Mountain, xne
Mytn - liau &uest wok, iea v - - .nrrtft! bv Rev.
f of the
five fV,Q f,, ceremony oeing
"p.i -!. i i a a ri?wpll. of iryon
FitucV anunai" and other l - "-" , - t Kings
I ucy storii . onlA will make their home at f"
Tr -"- nau arnvea m i i,v"f"'
pel ft " . ,u ur saia nothing to uuuuu.
hl det.r. :aw"" umu tne eve ' T .d wJieen confined to
lr ... uie. some Ttvoti vis- james :
i wiev hnri iv,i, wvm everar ov
flce at a p" " 7. "1C ,drae exper- . . ork
f is a
For Sale: Team of
of the distinguished mules; one springer,
wi'ii he iresn
See C J. Lynch, Tryon, N. CJ
t.-::,- 'v,.- -;-- .,:, "
at Biishop's Garaj
Motor Sales Go.
U i llcrcUaat apprMistBS your b will advertise for tt.
Our meats are kept in a sanitary ice box, which we keep as clean
as years of experience and painstaking labor can keep it. We buy only
the best meats 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.
JOHN ORR & CO., Tryon, N. C.
- ' Phone No. 14
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