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POLK COU1TTY ITEV7S, TfcYOH, ITOMfi CAROLINA
of Polk County
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If you Want a thing done well
r'f -free of the county chair-ab;.CI'(-
i'ob.?rtson. who was
4 unii ' n order by Mr; W.
take it to the busyman."
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dance was large
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for .unJ '
uniei'0115 t0 mention in this
-1iich address the following
Jslature: C. E. Shore.
nfft r j Air
strer o-. uccub, y. a-.
of the tenth
able address in
cd his policy of argu-
tiie con-'H j I
1 'i,.-.inrQ nnd lahorprs
in lUL Vi snolro in Hp-
and other mat-
W. T. Head.
gwann 'was elected county
. the convention: we, the
,ns of rolk County, in con-
assenuea, niiuuii wcix
uf wo re-affinn our alleg-
thp time honored principals
Innpw OUV piKie in iw iuawijr
nd that we hold first and above
,,hts and liberties of the
m.w. iust laws, firmly and
fiallv adminstered. to all and not
Lin;.!- ffv. '
thnt we stand ior tne ngnus
Qualified citizens to vote a free
Liistnrhed ballot and have it
U.." . . , II-
i,. .mmtpi . tnat we Deneve in
ment for such-jts deny or inter
t.i a:. Vwlit TViof 'wo cnn.
itn unb Ho111- V t -i f
the actions ot an . inaiviauaais
ek to rieleat the nii ot tne peo-
the ballot box. And we most
tlv solicit the cooperation oi
and richt tthmking men,
ioi;eve in the purity of the ballot,
ie fairness in politics, as well
other matters, to unite with us
t such piactioes. 'Ve believe
practice of the golden ru'e:
tochers as you . wo Jld ha,xe
do unto vou.
:rth, that we favor the building
ted roads throughout our county
extent of permanently develop-
kur resources. -
Ith. that we favor the best facil-
lior educating the children; that.
funquahfiedly stand for better
the state to furnish tree school-
s and free medical treatment to
be scnool pupils. Ana we iavor
bstantial increase in salaries of
teachers so that they may be en-
Id to qualify .themselves for teach
as a proless;on. And we most
lestly lavor the election of the
ty board and superintendant of
ation by direct vote of the people.
also favor better equipment for
court-house- and other public
Lth, tnat we favor the lowering:
fixes to the extent that our tax
would be such as would invite
tal Instead of having a tendency
rive it away as at present. That
believe m strict econony in hand-
w our puDiic atiairs. vvasnmg
says: "ir-nonv makes hannv
pes and sound government instill
ttcp . Lincoln .savs: "Teach ec-
Jy- That it is of the first and
mt virtues. . v
W. F. Swann,x
M. P. Spears,
C. E. Shore, .
DF your present banking connection is
vnii think it sinmilH Vfnnrkiro mnr nnnr
'yoii think it should be-move your account to where
you will have all the advantages of modern meth
ods. You may be assured of many little helpful things to
better your financial affairs. You will find friendly
and sympathetic offiers to help you solve your fin
May we help you?
to come and see us in our new ' fire-proof
store building, just completed,where we
have on display a new, clean stock of
Groceries, Furnishings, ,
Shoes, Millinery and
and all of which is sold 'at rock bottom fig
ures, We are ready arid 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.
Wil knis Sk Co.
Peoples Bank & Trust Go.
TRYON, N. C.
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G. H. Holmes, Pres. J. T. Waldrop, Vice Pres.
Walter Jones, Vice Pres.
W. F. Little, Cashier . V. A. Bland, Asst. Cash
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; Save that's what counts.
CAROLINA STATE BANK.
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xjkviu k,. uakuw w KOBKRTSON, Q. C. SONNER H. B. LANE
- Vice Presidents Cashier
rhe FORDSON at a Glance
The FORDSON Is Light
Weighs Only 2700 Pounds
Pi and discounts.
Report of the Condition of the
BANK OF TRYON
lryon, in the State of North Caro-
?s icoft 0 business ebru-
HE 30 URGES
tedT States ' bonds'
Shocks"- bonds and
P.'.Ol ! 'I'M - r ,
1 90 41
'hi" 1 fiftui'0?--. 4,700.00
-h vault and ne t a-
mount due from banks
bcrs and trust com
pames-. ; .23.591 .03
r'u'M(iP( r,.r.;;.. ,
rent epensos and tax
:.Po .............. 1,337.72
r.iePPJ?r'Jcct to check.. 75,384.78
lijsH nCa-r''5 of deposit' 8,013.00
4aTl s 30,890.73
ta of v:;;r -35,753.42
I..T T) n 1 oik. Marrhn
h abovo : r soemnly swear that
fst of n,v i em'mt 1S true to the
t 'vviedRe and belief,
rsoctAtt4 TER' Cashier' "
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,?UDscriK0,i ... sectors.
msS'tV, .i u anfl SWOrn tn hofnr tyia
y cornv ; Llttle, Notary Public..
'ion expires Mar. 19,-1921.
l(ioes i1l!y..man envy loafers. W Ti
want to hp z;z a.
Don't i.i , icu uy mem.
The Fordson Tractor is eebnefmical both to buy and to operate
two and one quarter gallons of kerosene per acre is a fair av
erage. , ' ; . ' '
The Fordjon Tractor is powerful will pull two! 14-inch plows in
the stiff est soil or drive a threshing machine maintain 1,800
pounds of drawbar pull at plowing speed, 2,500 pounds on low
gear." Twenty to twenty-two horse-power is available at the
- 1 ":-".V- rV J
The Fordson Tractor is durable-simple; Rugged, accessible in design with
few parts. The toughest steels which science can produce are used to give
strength and durability instead of depending on heavy masses of metal.
All moving parts are enclosed and lubricated, air is washed ta protect the
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
integrityxand square dealing.
The officers of our bank are accommodating and willing to extend
you every courtesy. Our directors are not figure-heads, they actually O
j 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 oin us, '
. BANK Of TRYON
W. T. LINDSEY Pre
J. B. HESTER Caihiar.
farm. Bands or town 8
W. T. LD NOSEY Try on.
1 sppm, j:.,uur P ate m a restau-
W doh That is urobablv
Try on, N. C.
Ford CarsFord Truck Fordson Tractors Ford Service
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A SANITARY iEAT MARKET
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. V
A. H. WILLIAMS.
Th8 iiKJS .Job DspartnisnLis Equippsil to Da all Kinds of Uys Stbclt an: Farm Printing. Try us.
For The Best In Groceries
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JOHN ORR & CO., Tryon, N. C;
Phone No. 14
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