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to come and see us in our new fire-proof
store building, just completed, where we
have on.display a new, clean stock of
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tr :ii trust com-
1 rviibL cum-
fenSr..- 350.00 : .i v-v IS AN OUTLAWED ACCOUNT
-owned 2,000.00. P . P' . KCAL MUlNCYfllNVtS I IT.?'
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and tax- . .".
to check.. 53,320.66
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V. Dlaton, Cashier of the J.
ned bank do solemnly swear
nhove statement is true to
W mv knowiedgea-nci ueuei.
J. E. Sams, -
v S. V-ODD.
onri cwnm to before me.
flueiitti".""- , - ,
rfav of -Marcn, iyzu.
, (Jrmond, Notary Public.
rt of the Condition of the
a in the State of North Caro-l
the close of business, Febru-
r.d disiounts $44,936.13
...... . .
States bonds and . .
Liberty Bonds..' 2,451.40
r stocks bonds and
. . t -i ccn aa
house, ?12i0, fur
iture and fixtures
h real estate owned . 301.57
vault and ne t a-
bunt due from banks
inkers and trust com-
ems held, over 24
lours , o.va
for clearing Ki 710.95
on ..... ...... ... 195.35
stock paid in .$ 5,000.00
stock paid in. ..... . 2,250.00
ed profits, less cur-
nt expenses and tax-
D. mIA O 1 CO T7
ica 'fwu fi
Its subject to check.. 33,578.78
tertificates of deposit "33,084.59
ing. . . .' 184.52
xf North Carolina, .
hty of Polk March. 10. 1920
B. Lane, Cashier of the above
bank, do solemnly swear that
Jove statement is true to the
if my knowledge and belief.
11. 1. LANE, Cashier.
t Attest : '
M. A. Pace,
Q. C. Sooner.
scribed and sworn to before me.
I T T ' .
r. h. uailey, Notary Public.
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KPort of the Condition of the
BANK OF SALUDA
Jiuda. m tho Rt.ito Af MaTi
a: tne close of business Febru
I and (lisrnnntc ' f r;A QK1 Kti
,;af ..... ... ..... 565.04
fL States bonds and
p? house, $3700, fur-
"uure and fixtures
fter real' estate 'owned
l!J vamt and net amout
ue irom banks, bank
ers and- trust, com
panies . . . v
items held o'vpV 9!i w
ks for clearing.
Tl t is to your ad vantage to have your bank account
u withxan institution that know3 how to look a fter
your ;inter83ts and safeguard you undertakings with
its large' resouces. - . , ;' - '
The knowing how makes a great difference and at a
turning point in your career your banker can make
or break you. "
This bankis always on thealert to better conditions
anddt has that big qualtification so paramount to
you in your business career It knows how v
We invite you: to become a .member of our success
ful family of depositors.
Shoes, Millinery and
and all of which is sold at rock bottom fig
ures, We are ready and anxious , to supply
your wantsln anything in our line, and we
welcome a comparison of our prices with
those of our competitors. .
See us for Feed of all kind.
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w ilkuis &. Co.
Tryon? N. C.
PeoplesBank & Trust Go.
TRYON, N. C.
G. H. Holmes, .Pres. " ' ' J. T. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W. F. Little Cashier J V. A. Bland, Asst. Cash
t Good is Opportuniiy
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; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
DAVID C. BARROW W C ROBERTSON, Q. C. SONNER. H. B. LANE
Vice Prtsidents Casbkr
. Stck Kt'd in
; less cur
- eir-enrc- and tax.
For Immediate Delivery
2 WHAT MAKES A BANK?
Well, our answer fo that question is the men behind "die 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 conbucted.
Our stockholders are among the solid men of the community. These
are what it takes to make a good bank, in our judgement, a safe place
for you to do business. We invite you to join us.
BANK Of TIRYQIM
J. B. HESTER Cathltr.
W. T. LINDSEY Prea
Oft tiAf OA
P.HpJ,01 March, 1920
U hi r ' asnier.of the above !
I , lit :n nm.l.. At A
above tn.' ;v"f".1Iuy swear tnar
my w:..,;;1 13 tr to the
P tfe and belief.
ecAUost; 1 ULEY' Cashier- .
J- Mi Ifoaron,
OUIi:i ii. Cannon.
WcriheA - , Directors.
12th c av f m '0r? t0 before me,
Lar.e, Notary Public. '
Which Do You Prefer? r
A Fordson Tractor plowing. 5 and 7 acres a day, 8 to 10 inches deep; discing
and "dragging 10 to 12 acres a: day, operating or 20 gallons of- kerosene and
one gallon of oil and will do your hauling and belt work, costm g absolutely
nothing while idle. ! : 4
Team of mules that vill plow.l to 2 acres a day, 4 inches deep; discing 3 to
4 acres a day, drag S to 4 acres in another day; and take. a long time to do
your hauling; do no belt work. and costing a lot to feed when idle. - N
Take advantage of 37 years of continual experimenting, to perfect a Ntractor
that will do your work as it should be done. '
8. For .farm: lands or town t
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W. T. LDNDSE .Tryori.
FainpH ;;J of
LE OF LAND.'
Riven that the un
- of the nowers
011 the 2n4"i gage executed to
ewpw tiM.n,-v.day of M,arr4i iqiq
,for;il sell at public auc
umb, , nl . r,e curt house door
a, on V1 -county, North Car-
WiPAV APPJT, -k -loon
2 0Vlni. rV'S Of 12 oVlnrV M
WftZ.'. ence A A 7? Poles to
. ..'j-uu fu . n. i in pc rn
uienro o to
5t P, 60 e iwu -i-
66H E.:34 pol
Tryon; N. C. v rnone id
Ford CarsFord TrucksFordson Tractor8-Ford' Service
' Our meats are kept in, a sanitary ice b6x, 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.
to a Spanish oak; thence W. 32 E. 42
poles to a hickory; tnencexN.
poles to a stone; rnence x. pyxes w
chestnut; thence N. 19 -E. 15-poles. to
a chestnut stumr, hollow; thence N. 2
W. 46 poles to a .email white . oak;
thence S. 20 W. 47; poles -5to the1 -.begin
ning, ; containing 51 acres
The above saie wui. ue -maw
cash to satisfy the mortgage men
tioned above, there having been a for
feiture of same. , ; 45"4t.
. M. E. McCraw, JMongagee.
: ADailNSRTATION-NOTIci. U
Having quaUfied as irS2
of A. G. Edwards ceas4d, Jlate. of
PolkCounty, North CarolmaT -TOMs
i. 4..'.. u A!rtTifl liavini? claims
against the estate of said .debased,
to exhibit them to the ersiecl
rvn LfT tha 20th: day-of Feb
lead in Bar, of tiieir - recovery. . pjj you are re.
AM0 intfohtPfl.to said estate will
please . make .immediate nayment. oort
This the 20th day of rnw 1920
. s- Adminstrator.
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PUBLICATION OF : SUMMONS
State of 'North Carolina,
County of Polk, . -In
the Superior Court, April
' 1920 -1 ' '
.Elizabeth ?P. Williams
- . . r - vs. ' '-'v. ""'
Barnes P. Williams. -To
Jaipes P. Williams, the de
fendant -above named:- .
r nn-t-ioo that, an action en
IOU Will vv,w .
titled aa above has been commenced
in the Superior Court or roiK vuuwy
for. the-purpose-;- of : dissolving:-, the
auked to appear at the next term of
the Superior Court of Polk County to
be held on tne lZtn day oi Apni, x.y,.
at the Vourt-housa of said county in
Columbus. N.- C. and answer or de
mur to the comDlaint in ' said ' action
or the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief .demand in said com-
This 15th day tf March, 1920.
. ' J. P. Arledge,
Clerk of the Superior jourt
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The host of the Boll Weevil moved
northward; t and before them a voice
was heard saving: "DiversKv d'
sify, diversify". And those v. that
heard and heeded were saved, and
those that did not heed the voice were
lost -y '
For The Best In Groceries
Go To ' ;
JOHN ORR & CO., Tryon, N. C.
- Phone No. 14 ' ' .