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Raleigh. March 22.?Sn increase li
deaths from diseases prevalent a
none children la noted in the Febru
ary report of the Bureau of Vita
Statistics of the State Hoard o
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There were 21 deaths from meal
tea in North Carolina last mouth, a
compared with 4 In February, 193]
while d'-aths from whoopinK couk
totaled 21. against 7 the correspond
Ins month last year the report r?
Pneumonia took a heavlre toll thu
In February, 1937.'the 1938 total b<
inx 395. laist year's total for Febri
,.ru u.?o Oil
Hi J ' w no ??" i,
IV' at hh from automobile accident
reported throuRh this source droi
pod front 70 to 55.
The birth rate continues its ui
ward trend. During February of thl
year the total was 6.271, as compai
ed with 6,159 last year. The deaf
rate, too. went up. this February'
total being 2.918. as compared wit
.2,865 last year.
There were three deaths from ft
tanus. lockjaw. In North Carotin
last month. None occurred in Febri
ary, 1937. Tuberculosis deaths dro
ped from 161 to 156; cancer increai
ed from 145 to. 147; pellagra jutnpe
from 347 to 395.
Maternal deaths numbered on
less while Infant deaths under on
year dropped from 441 to 419. Sypl
ills deaths numbered 41, as compa
ed with 34 a year ago.
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BANANA SPLITS SPECIAL 10c Saturday
oui, if served in store
but in container, 20c. Kings Mour
tain Drug Co.
HEREFORDS FOR 8ALE?313 m
ves; 243 yrls. T. B. and Rang
tested. Good quality. Also 2 Id?
horses. Write or wire. Bob D
Lnshmutt, Fairfield. Iowa. Route
WANTED TO BUY ? Shepherd
Collie or German Police mal
vuppy. Haywood E. Lynch a
Kings Mountain Herald Office.
UNU8UAL OPPORTUNITY for tw
men with cars for Specialty Sale
Work. Experience unnecessary. Ai
vancemont. Apply L. B. Prici
Merc. Co., 124 N. Marietta St
Gastonla. N. C., between 8 and II
A. M. mar 24p
ROOMS FOR RENT downstairs. 50
Piedmont Avenue. Mrs. D. E
FOR RENT Rooms and ston
building. Mrs. George Boone.
FURNITURE REPAIRED, renphol
atered, refiniahed and springs rc
paired. M. J. Bell, Phone 304-W
iffMW* a< a v _
vvetq mnut. iaurb, \ acuum
Cleaners and Speedometers Re
paired. All work guaranteed. C. L
Ramsey, at Cleveland Motor Co
Say, ?! taw It In The Herald."
iv^2l"HiZ> Co OUT AMI
e In State <
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L MARGRACE NEWS
| (By Mrs. Joe Foster) |J
The I.ottle Mion Missionary Cir'*
tie of the First Baptist church and?
' the Missionary Society of Macedonia |"
church held a Joint meeting last!
** Tuesday evening at the borne of Mrs!
I" llnrlov ? l.w " " 'I (
.wvi.tivuu " uii .ucauuiut'o. _
s Lula Woodward*, Jot Footer and Mrs. *
Mcintosh as hostesses. The two main 1 s
11 (futures on the program was an In- j "
s* spiring and helpful talk on "How
' Lteneticlal and Important that we( as '
Adult Unions, should realise the ims
portance of organizing the different
Religious Organizations for the
Young People In our communities."!
by Mrs? D. F. Hord, president of the
8 \V. M. U., and a number of selections
sang by the girls' trio, compceed
of Misses 1-aura Watterson,
8 May Hawkins and Wilma Rhea. A
h number of the members from the o
Circle from East Kings Mountain, g
^ | were visitors at this meeting. At the l
a, conrluslon of the program and busl- j
l*lness session refreshments were c
p I served. The 8t. Patrick's Day idea f
was effectively carried out In tne p
plates which consisted of lime con- t
gealed salad1, sandwiches, and cook- a
e les cut In clover shape pattern, |
e maple cup cakes topped with marsh- <j
mellow and green cream Icing and n
r' Ice tea. Favors were made from *
green gum drops, white mints and 4
miniature white tapers, representing i
an old fashioned candle stick. I
" The Trf-L Club held its revular e
meeting at the Club House with Mes (
dames Cora Hayes, Lula Wopdfwgrd (
and DSertha George acting as . Jolut s
hostesses. Mrs. WOodward had char c
ge cf the Devotional. After the bust- t
11 Pd u hail hoon off Ofi/tnH 1a n ?
.V ? . ,1
of games and contests were enjoyed, c
Among them "a relay race." The t
hos'tess served a delicious frozen!
salad course with accessories. ' I j
Born to Mr. and* Mrs. Seth Wilson's
a daughter, PhylllB Ann. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Tha'mer Gamble, ac- s
tpmpanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Brl e
ton of Cramerton spent the week-'t
end In Valdese with relatives. In
iMrs. Eliza Kendrick of Waco visit f
ed Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jolly last'?
week. | e
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ledfprd of near '
h^allston were the guests of Mr. and g
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Head and sons (
John Lewis and Wallace, of Cramer
ton,, were the guests pf Mrs. Lula
Woodward over the week-end. I
Wanda Jane Jenkins, young daughj"
ter of Mr. and' Mrs Jess Jenkins is j
" Impi'aving from a serious illness. |
| mis. waiter macKweider is a pa- c
tient in Rutherfordton Hospital, s
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kimrnel visit- L
I- ted relatives In Spencer Mountain 0
S|lust Wednesday. ti
i. Mrs. Thainer Gamble and Mrs. Joe o
0 Foster spent last Friday a/uPaion a
? in Gastonia. I
- Mrs. Bertha George was the- guest it
' of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Byers at '1
0 their home on Mountain Street last a
\veek end. . v ip
Mr. L. Pi Sanders and Mr Grady e
3rRhea motored to Florida last week. 1
s They were actf.mpanled home by H
,1 Mrs. Sanders and young son, Ralph, 1
g who have been spending the winter t
t in Florida. " . j C
H Kittle Jo Ann Woodward spent o
part of last week with her grand- o
m):ther, Mrs. Kuia Woodward. .. t
R Mrs. Gertie Proctor and Misses
' Lillian and Lou Ellen Proctor were -1
the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. It
* Charles Moss. / |F
* iMrs. Mamie Edwards of. Bessemer H
City Was a vlsi or here last Thurs- tl
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Key and child- P
* ren were the guests of Mr. Key's ft
parents in the Bethlehem community V
last week end- | a
Mrs. tsenna ueorge visited friends r
1 and relatives in Grover last Sunday.!
Miss Flossie Wilson of Shelby wn
the guest of Mrs. E. B. Cook last1
Mi*, and! Mrs. Millard Caldwell vis "
Ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Foster Sunday afternoon.
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By Mary Julia POUock '
AIM* Batty Mauney and Ladd
I am rick?Scholastic.
Virginia Logga, Virginia Allan,
innle Mae 8lme?Girls' Athletics.
J. D. Jonea, Andy Huftstetler,
Carl Finger, Eugene Goforth, Ned
day lia.Vi Sa.hwli til ,,,.
Miles and Ernest Mauney?Piano.
Nina Putnam. and James Ratterrce
Our cheer leaders: Elisabeth
Monk. Aline Campbell. Gloria Corn- '
veil, Charles Campbell ? School 1
Elizabeth Plonk, Wllburn White? 1
t a a ? ??- ?
.tiuui cu juiiv aiiu nuwara WQK* '
Virginia lx>gan, Frances Stewart,
tachel Smith, Colleen Campbell ?
Melva Settlemyre ? Band.
Vera Phifer, Hal Allen?Dramatic
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
( sale contained in a Deed of Trust
iven'by J. M. McGlnnls and wUe, D. 1
/orene McGlnnls, on the 11th day of I
'ebruary, 1936, as will appear on ree
rd In the Register of Deeds Office 1
or Cleveland County in Book 216 at 1
age 14, to Wiley H. McOlnnia, Trus
ee, for the Kings Mountain Bulkflng 1
nd Loan Association, to Mcwe the
ndebtedness therein mentioned and 1
lefault having been made in the payment
of same and at the request of <
aid association, tbe undersigned, I
laving been appointed Substitute
Trustee by tbe Kings Mountain
lulldtng and Loan Association . am
pproved by tbe Court as will appear
>n record in the Register of Deed*
)fflce for Cleveland County, I, ss
aid substitute trustee, will sell for
ash at the Courthouse door in Shel>y,
Cleveland County, North Camilla.
on Monday April 4, 1938 at ten
v'clock, A. M., or wltbln lege) hours,
he following described real estate:
Situated in the Town of Kings
Mountain. N. C.. and on the East
ilde of Sim's Street, and . BEGIN- !
flNG at a stake In tbe edge of said
itreet, W. K. Mauney's corner (form
rly Loyd Blgger's corner) and runs
hence with. his line East 120% feet
nore or less* to a stake In J. M.
Ihea'a line; thence with Rhea's line
?orth 50 feet to a stake, a new cornr,
thence a new line West 120'i
eet, more or lesa. to a stake in the
dge of Sim's Street; thence with
aid* street South 50 feet to a stake,
he beginning corner.
This the 2nd day o' M 'voh, 1928.
J. C. Iockev. S\;l .i.ute Trustee.
. R. Davis. Atty. ?adv?mar 24
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
f sale contained in a deed of trust
ive.il by J. M. McQinnis and wife,
<orene McGinnis,' to Wiley H. Mclinnis.
Trustee for the Kings Mounain
Building and Loan Association,
n the 26th day of February, 1937,
nd registered in the Register of
leeds O ce for Cleveland Countv
i Bcok 216. at page 196, to secure
lie Indebtedness therein mentioned
nd default having been made in the
ayment of same and the undersign
d baying been appointed Substitute
'rustee and at the request of the
lings Mountain Building and Loan
"ssooiatlon, I will sell for cash at
be Courthouse door in Shelby,
Cleveland County, North Carolina,
n Monday. April 18, 1938. at ten
'clock, A. M. or within legal houro,
be following described real estate:
Situated in the Town of Kings
fountain, North Carolina, and being
it 19 as shown on map made by A.
Palls, Surveyor, for Plonk and
ierndon. as will , appear on record in
be Register of Deeds Office for
leveland County in Book No. 1 at
age 48, reference to which l,s made
jr fuller description, said lot in a
' shape and is 165 feet by 155 feet
nd by 125 feet and is a part of the
This the 15tto day of March, 1938. I
J. C. Lackey,
suDsiuuie iruniec. I
. R. Davl#, Atty. ?adv?apr 7?D:
EraPMg^': V'' ' ;. ' >tr*S
Under nnd by virtue of tbe power ol
at Mlo contained la an Order made gl
by f. M. Ham rick. Clerk of tbe 8u- V
perlor Court for Cleveland Connty, Ol
In tbe apectal proceedings entitled, ta
"Bryan Herd and wife va. Fannie di
Hord, Widow, et al." the undersign- < <
fl will resell for cash at the Coart- fc
house door in Shelby, ClevelanJ1 |N
I'ountv. North Carolina, on Aalurdavl it
April I. 1M1, at 11 o'cloclt, A'.'M 'c'flT
within legal hours, the following de-'m
scribed real estate: j In
Situated on the South side of OolJ.ut
Street In the Town of Kings Moun -! M
lain, N. C . and BBGINN'Xa at a li<
In the edge of aald street and runs h<
thence 8. 1% W. 320 feet to a stake; C<
thence N. 88^ W. 143 feet to a A
stake; thence N. 1 Vj K. 320 feet to a \ or
stake in the edge of said Gold street j d<
tltenee along said street S. 88'3 IS.
143 feet to the beginning, containing cc
45.760 square feet, more or less. ?
This the 10th day cf March, 1938. t
The bidding will begin at $1,580.25.
Bryan Iiord, Commissioner.
J. R. Davis, Atty. ?adv?3-24.
Under and by virtue of the power
af sale given In an Order of the Superior
Court in the cause entitled,
"Reynolds vs. Reynolds," the undersigned
commissioners will resell on
the premises in the Town of Kings
Mountain, North Carolina, on 8aturt
day, April 2, 1938, at ten o'clock, K.
M., or within legal hours, the followsIng
described real estate:
Lots numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8
as shown on a plat or map made by
E. L. Campbell, Surveyor of the Levy
Reynolds estate, which map will appear
on record In the Register of
? ? - ?- i kwi vivtcrauu ViUuui;.
The above lots are located on the
East side of Railroad Avenue anl
are splendid lots for business purposes.
All the lots will be sold as a
whole and the bidding a;ll! begin nt
Terms of sale: one-third cash, onethird
In six months and one-third la
twelve nqontbs with privilege of pay
Ing all cash upon the confirmation
This the 14th day of March. 1938.
J. R. Davis and B. T. Falls,
Federal and tint* taxe
I EQUIPMENT I
frit* Ufirth* 60 H. P. C?uf>
tlmdtt trauiprtati*a chmrgtt 4
12 bumpers; 4 bumper |virdi
tube end look?2 metohe
CI|M lighter end uh trey
Foot control for hcadli(ht
I tor ? Built-in luffage ooo
?Silent helical (cart la all
I fR I Hh
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NOTICE OF SALE r*
Under and by virtue of the power U
: Ml* contained In deed of trust h<
en by J. M. McQInnie end wife. SI
orene MoOtnnle, to Wiley H. Me- lo
inula, trnetee for the King* Moua- et
In Building aud Lean Aaeoclutlon. SC
ited October 1. 1934. and register- 01
I In the Register of Deeds Ofltcc ai
ir Cleveland County In Book 1ST st X
ige M to secure the tndebtedaees M
lerrln mentioned and default bar- ol
i'g Wen made Itf W*1 HfWWI Ul'
ime and the undersigned having)
fen apvolnted Substitute Trustee)
id at the request of the Kings
ouutain Building and Loan Aeeoctn J.
an 1 will sell for caah at the Court
>use door In Shelby, Cleveland I*
aunty. North Carolina, on Monday,! I
prll 18. 1838 at ten o'clock. A. M.. I
' within legal hours, (he follow lug I
ascribed real estate:
Heginnltig at n stake, Illackwell's I
>rner. formerly Uren's corner and ^
F H A I
f, V .
You Can Borrow 90 Per
Cost ? And Have Up To
For complete information
t mot imclttded
, illuttrmtid, ondtn'
,mJ oil tko folbwimgt
?Sp?r? wheel, tire,
, with JSShfiBfe
**> <jf?T~a^ q
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ins with Blacfcweira H|M Bllth
17% (Mt to a corner of BtadmiT*
>m? lot; thence alone Me line Beet
) feet to a new comer; thdace* a*
ng a new line 197% feet North to a
ake. a new corner; thence Weet
l feet to the begin ate*. containing *
e fourth of an acre mere or leea
id being the Northerly half of Let
o. 4 ae per plat aaade hf L T?
iaaa and reentered la the Regteter
Deede OMce for Oaaton County
This the 16th day of March. IMS.
J. C. Lackey. .
R. Davie, Atty. ?adv?epr 7?D
First Monday Night
In Each Month
r - i
Cent of The Complete
Twenty-Five Years to
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see your local builder.
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