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(By Charts# K, Stewart)
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gore and Mr*.
C. C Gore of near Kings Mountain
were visitors of Mr. and Mr*. B. O.
Mlaae* Mary and Viatoria Hughes
spent last week In Ogden with relatives.
'1 " ' Ml1.' WW 'HIWIIW1 Of (Hugh MuUil
tain was vlsiUug Mr. and Mrs. 1. W
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Royster of
Charlotte , were visitors cf Mr. and
Mrs. D. \V. Hambrigbt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Hughes of Ogden
and D C. Hughes of Ogden were
visitors .of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Mrs. Conrad Hughes and little
daughter and two little sous. and
Mrs. W. G. Hughes are spending
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Hughes of Ogden, S. C.
Mrs. J. D. Karris is spending several
days .with relatives in Kings
Mountain this week.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. CWlders and
children spent several days last
week visiting relatives near Kings
There was prayer meeting at Mr,
and Mrs. Luther Jackson Thursday
KINGS MOUNTAIN MFG.
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Mrs. J;- J. Patterson had as her
guests for a few days Mrs. John Far
ris and Miss Gertie Karris of near
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Mi-Daniel had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
W. O. Wilson of Gastonla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J Patterson had
as their guest Monday night. Mr.
- John Karris of naer the battleground
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter MdDaniel
had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Wilson of Spartanburg.
Miss Lorene Hartsoe entertained
a few of her friends at a hnp-rnllltia
contest Monday. Those present were
, Misses Evelyn Falls, Ruth Reynolds,
and Mary Hartsoe, and the hostess.
Miss Ruth Reynolds was declared
The Friendship Club met In regular
session Friday night, the officers
elected were as follows:
Presldeut: Mrs. Early.
Secretary: Mrs. llullcnder.
Treasurer: Miss Bertha Dettmar.
Sanitation protects Chicks
Poultry can be one of the most dependable
enterprises on the farm,
bnt the birds must be protected
from disease, said T. T. Brown, extension
poultry specialist at State
As more birds are raised, .and
brought Into closer contact with
one another, the daugev of Infection
Moving the brooder house to a
new location, where it will be on
clean ground, will help cut down the
chance of infection. Before It is mov
ed. It should be scrubbed thoroughly
with a solution of one pound of lye
to 15 or 20 gallons of water.
If the brooder house cannot be
moved, several inches of the top
soil around the house should be taken
up and replaced with clean soil
from an area where no chicken have
ranged during the past year or two.
Keep the brooder house cleau, and
don't feed anything that will attract
flies, such as liquid milk. Flies
When the chicks are 10 to 12
#eeks old. or as soon as they be
come well feathered, move them to
summer range shelters where they
can range on clean land.
The brooler house rune or yards
should be sown to a grazing crop
such as Italian rye grass, wheat, oats
hurley, rye. clover, alfalfa, etc.
Farmers in the vicinity of Syva,
Jsdoson County, are using undrled
and dried bagged limestone at th9
rate of 1.500 to 2.000 pounds an acre
this season, reports Howard Clapp.
Gaelic Is still the spoken language
' of the Hebrides Islands, of the west
coast of Scotland.
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Oont allow the poisoned accumulations
In disordered stomach anc
bowels to hang on, sap your energy,
upset your digestion, ruin your die
position and undermine your healtn.
wiN solve your problem. It soothes
Ms nature in regulation and will
* A prescription for both children and
Ask your druggist,
and empty escten for oopy of
SONG BOOK FREE
Address Ante-Fermen Co.,
- iA,' Columbia, s. C.
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Farmers Need 2
Certified Seed I
The production of certified, seed
la one of the stop* eeaential to las- <
proving the' quality and yield* of i
North Carolina Cropa. I
la?t year. North Carolina fans* I
era produced mora certified corn, i
than ever before, but thla amount I
?m Mill far abort of being enough
o eupply the State's needs I
Certified seed are produced by J
grower member* of the N. C. Crop (
Improvement Association, said A. D.
Stuart, extension seed specialist at
Stale College who. Is working with
urowcrs who wtsn 10 grow seea
that can be certified as pure, of a (
good variety, and free from noxious
weeds and diseases may Join the
association and secure approved
seed from the N. C. Agricultural Ex
periment Station at State College or
from other credited breeders.
While the crops are growing, representatives
of the association make
field inspections to ascertain whetb
er the crops are free from mixture
with other strains, free from disease,
and uncontaminated with weed
After harvesting, the seed are
tested in tbe laboratories of the
Stale Botany Division for purity and
If the seed passes all the tests,
and the variety is a good one for.
this State, the association places a
blue tag of certification on the seed
Other growers can then buy it
with confidence that' are getting
gcci, puve seed. Stuart pointed out.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a Deed of Trust
j given by Wiley H. " MicGinnls and
I wife to J. M. McGiimis as trustee
J for the Kings Mountain Buildiug &
j Loan Association on tbe 19th day of
i May. 1937. and re&ist'ered in the Ree
I ister or~Deeds Office for Cleveland
County,.in Book 215 at page 269, to
I secure the Indebtedness therein
. mentioned and default having been
| made in the payment' yf same, I, as
'substituted trustee and at the re>j
quest of said association, will sell
for cash at the Courthouse door in I
Shelby, Cleveland County, Norm'
Carolina, on Monday. May 2, 1938, atj
10 o'clock, A. M? or within legal
hours, the following described real'
Situated iu the Town of Kings'
Mountain, N. C? and beginning at a>
stake on South side of a new street!
known as McGlnnis Street at Prank
! Adams' Comer and runs thence
I Scuth about 237 feet along Adamss !
' line to a stake in Jim Mauney's line
j and Adams' corner; thence along
1 Mauney's line West 75 feet to a ^
' slak; in Mauney's line; thence Nor!
1 th about 23" feet to a stake in edge'
i of McOinnls Street; thence along
' M,cGinnis street East 75 feet to the
beginning, containing 17,775 square
I feet more or less.
This the 29th day of March, 1938.
j J. C. Lackey, Substitute Trustee. |
J. R. Davis. Atty. ?adv?apr 21D ,
NOTICE OF SALE
| Under and by virtue of the power,
, of sale contained in a Deed of TruHtJgiven,
by Walter Qoode and wife, to
I Wiley H. McGlnnia, Trustee for the
Kings Mountain Building & Loan
Association on the 11th day of May,'
1934. and registered in the Register
of Deeds Office for Cleveland Cou'n|
ty in Book 197 at page 62 to secure
! the Indebtedness therein mentioned
| and default having been made in the
' payment of same, I. as substituted
trustee and at the request of said
association, wilt sell fos cash at the
Courthouse door in Shelby, Cleveland
Cunty, North Carolina, on Monday.
May 2. 1938. at 10:00 o'clock,
A. M., or within legal hours, the fol- "
lowing described real sttate:
Situated In the Town of Kings
Mountain, N. C., beginning at corn|
r of D. C. Mauney's lot on Dllling
Street and runs South with said
street 68 feet to a stake, J. R. Davis'
Corner (new J. H. Williams' corner)
thence with Davis' line, East 138
feet to a stake Hudspth's line;
thence with Hudspeth's line 17 feet
to a. peach tree; thence In a Northerly
direction 39 feet to a stake,
Mauney's corner; thence with Mauney's
line, West 160 feet to the beoinnlnv
f Aw fi< ri Vine /Ia aae(r\t Iam waf I
Hiiiuiugi IVI IUI i4t^i ucaviipuvu a xjk~ i
erence is hereby made to that certain
deed made by J. R. Davis to J.
M. Hicks which deed is on record in
Oeed Book FIT at page 597 in the
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Th's the 29th day of March. 193k.
J. C. Decker, Substitute Trustee.
J. R. Davis, AAty. ?adv?apr 2ID
FOR STATE SENATE
I hereby announce my candidacy
or the 8tate Senate, subject to the
Tithes of the voters in the coming
'.autocratic primary. If elected to
this office 1 pledge myself to serve
every dtisea to the beet of my abil
ity, with special favors to eone
Tour vote and support will a appre
RR KINM MOUNTAIN RMALA Tl
Says Taxes Eat
Quarter Of Inc
York. Mar. St.?(IP?).? One I
Nit oi every MM of family taeoaae
tow goes. to tke tax collector compared
with one dollar out of every
116.60 la ltlS. W. P. McBhaae, exec:lvo
aecretary of th? Aaaociatod Mer
"Americana who pledge Income
taxes of approximately $2,600,000.>00
may be surprised to learn trat
the sum la less than one-IVth tbo to-)
tal taxes they will pay this year." j
Mr. McShane estimated tnat tax*tlcn
will brine fully II2.SO0.0O0.0O1>
Into all Government coffers this
year. Of this total, he added. $8,122,500,000.
almost two4hirds are "hidden
taxes," buried in the prices of!
goods sold -at retail.
"Tax authorities have figured that
the tax drain on the public amounts
to one-fourth the income of millions!
of Americans making less than i
$2,500 a year," Mr. McShane said.'
"Nearly all of this $600 a year?or'
$50 a month?la taken by the tax
collector without the family realiz-!
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The New General El
freezing as well as J
metal revolutionary 1
be released at one op
use of water 1 In mo
ice or 480 cubes! . .
the average current <
of ice. Just another
General Electric Trip
IT'S EASY TO
convenient features a
before . . . and thej
than an ordinary reft
you how easily you i
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ItmSDAT, march SI. ISM
The family table bears a heavy
fturden of "hidden taxes." according ?
to Mr. Mc8hane<. There Is a 1.4 pe. E
ent tax on a loaf of bread, and S.14 |,
per cent tax on a pound of beef, and .
I n i nn i i in r ii iiiii J
it mount of pork chops, be declared. jr
"Twenty five cents of every dollar'
the consumer spends goes for taxes
he cannot see." Mr. McShane said. *
"These hidden taxes are Invisible /
thief in the kitchen."
l.os Angeles, Mar. 29.?Tom Fu
khu?i saw a green iranic ngni ni
the intersection.?ao did Joe Valentin.
In fact, the lights were green on
all four corners, but Tom and . Jot
didn't notice that until they picked
themselves up from the wreckage of'
their reapcllve motor cars.
Now Tom is Suing the city and
Joe for $600. He conttnds the city
was negligent in allowing the signals
to be out of order.
JUT OF EVE
hsjiiihb! . -. Gene:
ICE YOU WANT
IN A HURRY
ectric Quick Tray provides fastei
nstant release. With the new all'
tray, two cubes or a trayful cai
ration ... in seconds without th<
dels with six trays, 48 pounds oi
. can be froxen in 24 hours anc
lost is actually less than the pric?
way to thrift as provided by thi
Is Thrift refrigerator.
MY THE G. E. WA\
-igerators are roomier, have mon
nd are more economical than evei
r actually cost far less. No mow
iterator. Come in and let us show
may own one.
f% Soma Models
Boy It For Lem at
You Win Aiwa;
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Candidate For School
W. A. Rideuhour. former member
f the Cleveland County School
kwrl filed thin week a? a candidate
i tae coming primary. mr. iuww
\m f<iv rmi ik w n ft? ^ori
election an t member of the Couny
Board at Education but ran la
tend for Register off Deeds of Clove
and County end was defeated by
indy Newton, prct-eot Incumbent.
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Mother, (wad the urgent advice
of doctors wt hospitals; do as
they do; give your baby a daily
body-rub with the anfiaepfk oil
that chases away 'germs, and
keeps the skin sats That means
Mennen Antiseptic Oil. It'e used
by nearly all maternity hospitals
:RY FIVE I!
General Electric Refriger
vith the new sensationa
, It freezes faster, remoi
:eeps ice from melting at
val . . .
indicate that 20% of th
frozen is melted in releai
trays and dividers by t
?f VinlHinor fliam q
V*?V*H UIAVtVJL C*
the Quick Tray this is
*, one tray out of every
ral Electric owners..
II [i I
yg Be Glad You Bought A G
| BIRD DOGS LOOT
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George W. Miuney
air, -i ww It la The Herald."
It fata down Into *ktn-feld* and ^
prevent* infection It keep* the
kin healthier Qet a bottle today
At any druggist.
ators are equip1
res cubes easily
the time of cube
e ice which has
3ing cubes from
he now antique
eliminated . . .
five is free to
ik(is. ' '
"n?? Mountain, N. C.