Carroll S. Tandy,

attorney and president of the First National Bank of Vevay, was born May 30, 1856, in Ghent, Ky. In early life he clerked in a dry goods store, and completed his education at Bloomington College. He read law for five years, and took a course at the Louisville Law College, graduating in April, 1881. In 1882 he located permanently in Vevay, and in November, 1884, was chosen president pro tem of the National Bank, and was elected president in 1885. He is a director in the Union Furniture Company and Vevay Wollen Mills; he is a member of the Ghent Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F. and encampment, also a member of the Christian Church. His father, James B., was born in Carroll County, Ky., April 10, 1812. When eighteen years old left the farm, and engaged in business, and has been very successful in his every undertaking. He sold goods in Ghent for forty-five years, retiring in 1883, and has been a director in Vevay Bank ever since its organization.