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I ' DIXON NEWS
(By Chart?. B. Stewart)
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Mr. mm jtrm M. R. Randall of Ck
tenia were ?Mm of Mr. aad Mr
Whitney Well* Sunday.
Mtaa Melba Humphries of Beth I
tna vtafced MM Annfe Lou Blalot
Mr. aad Mrs. T. W. Patterson ai
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Ulotu'SfTlfr. ana Mi*. J. W. ra*T
The Mxon ball team after lotto
two straight gun?, defeated the O
MSI team lam Saturday by the nm
of IK to 6. They will play the Ol
Mil at Kings Mountain next Saturda
'Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Oore and fan
ly and Mi*. A. L. Wells spent Bui
day evening hi Osmonda.
Mrs. Frank Hambrlght who hi
been sick for several days Is sctr
better at thla time.
Miss Aldrta Blddlx of WinsUx
Saletn spent the week-end. with h<
parents, Mr. and Mrs. lister Biddi:
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ca?h (
Kings Mountain were viators otf M
and Mrs. Grady Cash Sunday.
Mr. Haxley Welle returned to Fai
Bragg last week after being home c
a 30 days furlough.
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advance except to business men
or concerns having accounts
with this newspaper.
MEN WANTED for Rawlcfgh Route
at 800 families. Reliable hustle
should start earning 330 weekl
r a.r*4 Increase rapidly. Write toda;
Rawleigh's, Dept. NCE-li)6-S. Rlc
FOR SALE ? Sweet Pepper Plant
Egg Plants, Tomator Plants an
Sweet Potato Plants. Ptalne 235-J
Paysour's Tourist Camp. 2t
BANANA SPLITS 8PECIAL_10c I
Saturday only. If served in stor
but In container, 20c. Kings Mou
tain Drug Co.
WANTED ? Colored woman t<
ocoldng an<d House work. Refe
ence required. Morris Jewelr:
Oaisitonla, N. C.
I BUY FAT HOGS AND COWS. S<
J. O. Baumgardner at Blaloch
Cash Grocery. Phone 68-R
(Continued Next Week)
TOM AND GEORGE
'..Tom: "George, Do you know vrtv
made tne Royal Gorge In Colorado
George: "Yea; a Scotchman loat
quarter, and he dug out the gorf
scratching around looking for 11
Ita not pleaaant to lose money, b
If you'll look over our .up-to-da
etock of living room furniture, \
believe you'll find that, everytnli
considered, you'll find our pric
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Will. WIVW W VCHlt T?>U? IVI J WI
D. F. Hord Furniture Co
Buy It For Lom At Hord'a
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f >uiitary Handling
Lessens Mily Loss '
North CtroUn dairymen lo?e
H thousands at doUtri cuk summer
X m s rawlt of not handling their
*. mdlk properly.
John A. Arey, est anal mi dairyman
? at Slate College, aaya than because
:k milk la so easily oonsamdnated. er.
try person connected with its baud
l(j ktt| should be oleasi to hta methods.
MUk souring Is caused by bacteria
changing mtlg sugar into lactic acid
* It is Impossible to remove these baoteria
by straining, as many people
iy Milk receives roovt of Its contasnlil
nation from fbe body or tne cow our
n- in k milking. The ret ore, it Is essential
that all parts of the animal's
i8 body be kept clean and well-groomed
ie Then, too, the rnQkerie hands may
be a source of contamination, no |
a- they should be clean and dry during!
jr the milking process
i. Umall top pnfls have proven effecj
)f I've In cutting down the number ol
r. bacteria that enter while the cow j
is being milked. Dairymen should
rt tecognize this type of container as
n one of the easiest^ and cheapest
means at hits disposal for producing
All containers ueed in handling
milk should be ol metal with all!
corners and seams completely filled
with solder. To clean these contain]
ers thoroughly, they should first be
rinsed in lukewarm water then scrub
bed with a brush in water of the
same temperature as that in the nine |
lug process to which a gord alkali
. washing powder has been added. Aft
er washing, sterilize with steam and
'sior? in a clean dry place.
Milk should be cooled Immediately
after the miUatng process and held
ait a temperature of below 60 degrees
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To Hold Referendum
Fot Potato Growers
Potato growers In Eastern North
Carolina will march to the polls May
13 anid 14 to determine whether they
want the marketing cf their product
controlled this year.
Should two-thirds or more of those
*3 vc/dng In the referendum favor re,r
etrlotions, a control program will go
* hvto effect. The proposen marketing
agTeemeait wouldl prohibit in Inter11
state sWipment potnrtcea falling be1
low the U. S. No. 2 grade and those
j of less than one and onejhalf inches
^ In diamoter.
I I Pell cpen at 9 a. ra. on each of
the two voting day? and will close
_ a>t 5 p. Yri. Public notice cf the
? place of balloting will be made at
e. i least three idlays to advance tf May
L. P. Watson, extension horticul~
turist at State Ccllego. explained
I that each producer of #potatoos for
market is entitled to one vc:e;
Educations meetings to acquaint
growers with provisions of the marie
ketfpg agreement lvave been held
,'s | in most of the affected counties,
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- Roger Babson Declares
Business Future Bright
OCAEA. Fla,, May 10.?(IPS).?
Roger Rabson, authority on business
t rem is, declares here In an interview
that the "current emphasis on unem
. playmemt relief and labor unionism
Is nonsense.'" . '
''The niear future Is bright, Mr.
Dabson said, 'except for this nansense
of relief and labor unions as
they are functioning at present,
''Relief undermines character and
1 should be reduced 80 per cent, he
continued, while unions undermine
1 production by forcing tree of labor
machinery anld aa a result higher
r Annual Calf Sale To Be
1 Held May 18
The annual 4-H Calf Club Sale
u* cf the North Carolina Jersey Cattle
* will he held at the Mountain Branch
w0 Experiment, Station', Swannsnoa,'
'8 May 18, Dr. C.' D. Grlnnelis, of State
?9 College, baa announced.
ur Dr. Oribneits, who Is eocretary ol
the club, aaiid that 20 calves will be
fmcluded in the consignment. All
' the onftmal* were grown on North
Carolina faring, and are high quality.
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IB KIN08 MOUNTAIN HUULD, TH
company news Lola
Mr?. J. J. PaUenpoa amd children
Oladya and James, spent Sunday
wW? Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patterson o
Misses Annie Mae Sims and Ben,
tha PrulU spent Sunday with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Pruitt and
chfldrm spent Sunday afternoon in
Mr. and Mm. Bert Hart?oe and
Messrs Hd and Hlllle Hartaoc spent
Sunday ta Gastooia as guests of Mm
Mleaes Myrna and Martha Walker
Bixiit Saturday with relatives in
Bessemer City. " >.
Mr's. J. A. Walker had; as her!
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jhum Is!
TtoThi an and son. Mr. and Mrg. Seth1
White and Mr. and Mrs. Clark
Slsf. .?j of Gas: on la, and Mrs, S. H.
Walker of Bessemer City.
Mrs. Kobert Carpenter had as her
ehl uf wy_ IB bg .|
guests Sunday. Mr. John Lemaster (
rnd children, Mrg. Lira Swift and
Mr. and Mrs. Sebrom Seon of Swan*!
Mrs. Bud Oatea had as her guests
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oatea and
children of Lenoir and Mr. and Mrs.
G. G. Rollins and children of Rockdale.
friends In this community are
sorry to learn of the serious Illness
of Master Jack Sims.
Says Grazing System Will
A system of growing feed crops in
winter and so utilizing forage crops j
as to furnils'h continuous grazing fori
livestock throughout the year " will'
build a superior civilization in the|
South, believe? Hugh MacRae, of'
Wilmington, owner of Invergbieli
Farm in Pender County. "
Mr. MacRae invited1 a group of
farmers and agricultural workers toi
fr.ispect his system of continuous'
grazir.j: aa followed at Inverghietj
farm on Tuesday. May 3, and, fol-j
lowing a tour of the 50 fields now In <
Also Proves Breo
h ^ m^jw/jsk
't stand for some things.
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UA8DAY, MAY II. lilt * "
iSnBB&ns ctom the croup heard a
> number of brief megaeces from amoog
these present. Dean I. O.
Scbaub c< State Collece and former
Congressman A. F. Lever, of South
Carol has were the principal apeakere
Dr. Scaub endoraed the MacKae s>s
tern as a coal toward wbU/ta IhreatocR
owners mlcht work <tn this State.
He abto stated that this system
mdghi help to kmreaae the number*
aitO quality of llveatock on North
Carol;i a (arms. >
" ft Hi 'I'Mlll t ' I'Ftllf 'UHMmMi H" 1
acres of land of which 2<K) acres ie
now planted to forage crops In 60 dtf
ferent fields. The 165 cow* on the
place may be kept In any given area
for grazing by one-wire, temporary
electric fences operated with storage
There are 82 cows new In milk
cn the piece and all the milking Is
done by four men using the milk
in* machine. Another four men oper
ate the tarrn work.
No harvesting Is done on the place
except by the cows- Some legume
hay is gathered to provide for those
days dGtrlng which the cows cannot
be put into the fields. However,
there were only 14 such days In
Ldnwood James, farm manager, de
elites each ^norning whore the cows
will graze that day. No land Is broken
on the farm but a subsoil plow Is
used and the surface carefully disked.
This keeps the organic matter
and bacteria for legumes hi the upper
.layers of the soil, Mr. MacRae
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express cur appreciation
for the klndne&s and sympathy
shown us during the illness and
death of our beloved wife and mother.
J. K. Ooforth and children.
26 4-11 corn club members of Edge
combe county has planted certified
seed of an adapted variety this season
In beginning work to improve
com growing methods da the county.
First Monday Night
In Each Month
ter Savings on FoocLJce..
iy not Save at a///
Come in and see-bef
Frigidaire with the New
uvei not only on opera
H food, ice. upkeep, too. Y
!4 of tfaeM ways or you
For some refrigerator* a
of tfacM ways more tha
I all other ways.
Take do chances! Che
that prtm its savings
refrigerator that saves y
STYLED 9-Way Adjusts!
exclusive advauitages. If
New Silent Meter -Mise
AS LOW AS \ me i
$119.50 ) P
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NOTICE OF 9ALK
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in an Order made
by A. M Ham rick, Cark of the Su
perlor Court for Cleveland Count),
in - the proceedings entitled. "Ttiwn
of Kings Mountain vs. l'earl Hippy,
at ah" I. will sell for cash nt the
! Courthouse door iu 8helby, Cleveland
County. North Carolina, on
Monthly. June 6. 1131. at ten o'clock.
A. M . or within tonal bcurs the foli
low In* described real estate:
mmr "onTHo wirjan/r uvf?
ler Street In the Town of Ktints
Mountain North Carolina, beginning
at a stake In the West edge of said
Street at W. A. Morris" conu-r and
tuns with his line West 151! feet to
stake; thence a new line South 471*
feet to a stake; thence another newline
Kaat 155 feet to a stake in edge
of Cansler Street; thence with the
West aide of Cattsler' Streot North
j 47V4 feet to the beginning, containing
7362^4 square feet, more or less,
i TQte above lot Is being gold for the
, purpose of paying town taxes against
same and will, be sold subject to
Cleveland County taxes.
This the 4th day of May, 15*38.
J. R. Davis. Commissioner.
NOTICE OF SALE
J Under and by virtue of the power
I of sale contained In an order in the
! proceedings entitled. "Town of
i Kings Mountain vs. George E. Lovell
Je.nd wife. Marian Lovell." the undert
signed will sell for cash at the Court
house door in Shelby, Cleveland
County. North Carolina on Monday.
June 6, 1338, at ten o'clock, A. M.
jcr within legaj hours, the fclloying
described real estate:
l^ots numbers 24 and 25 in Block
A. as will' appear on a map or plat
Don't let germ* infect your
baby'* delicate *kin Instead of
using ordinary baby powder*, use
Mennen Antiseptic Powder. It's
definitely antiseptic and fights off
germs. This famous powder is as
soft. ** smooth end fine as a baby
powder can be But. in addition-.
IT KBBPB YOU* BABY SAFBR-proMsnrren
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.Upkeep! / silent
ore your eyes?how ' I /, - ' .
r Silent Meter-Miser I / ,* ;'*f* * < *
ting co?t.. but on / L ' .yr' ,
ou must save in mil I I i
may not save at alL II ^
lay waste in any eat I I / 4
in they may save in / P?/ /j
tote the refrigerator /
io all a way,. the / ?e?^ n<
on work with new i rem
x> tray* ? newly- / ft,,,?*
>le interior ... new i " " i c j
? and dozens more i *'*blbasttr
frigideire with the / icbj a
if. come in. see it i *m??i
n I Co'
FRIGIDAIRE FIRST . . . AMD SAVE J
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made by Cyrus C. Babb, Surveyor,
- Feb. 17. 1923, tor C. K. Stowe and H
? B. Stowe. which plat will appear on '
record In the Register of Dsedp
Qfflce for Cleveland County In Book
of Plat* No. 1 at page U. reference
, to which is made for a fuller description.
The above Iota are being acid for
, the purpose of satisfying town taxes
| against Mine and wilt be sold sab
jject to Cleveland County taxes.
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NOTICE OF SALE
Under und b> virtue ot the power
i of sale contained In an order made
J by A. M. Ilutnrick, Clerk of tbe SuI
perior Court for Cleveland County,
I in the special proceeding entitled.
'VTown ot Kings' Mountain vs. Caro|
Una Abel." the undcrelgnpd will sell
for cash at the Courthouse door In
Shelby. Cleveland County. North Car
ollna on Monday, June.6. 1938, at
ton o'clock A. M. or within legal
hours, the following described real
Beginning at a stake on the ow ^
Falls' line, thence North 1 1-4 West
4.70 chains to some Hickories, Parker
corner; thence South 41 V? Weet
1.70 chains to an oak gin Parker*
line; thence South :*,.7li chains to
' a stake; thence East 1.16 chains to
the beginning, containing 3-8 of an
| acre, more, or less, except what has
j heretofore been sol'l off as will ap!
pear on record.
The. above lot will be sold for tho
purpose of satisfying .town taxes
against same and will be gold subject
to Cleveland County taxes.
This th" 4th day of May. 1038.
J. R. Davis. C?0|tnni3iftoner.
' ?adv?may 26?D.
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tected against his worst anemias.
germs and infection. It costs no
mora See your druggist today.
etUcc- POWDER I
I! LISTEN TO THE NEW |
rem-You can hardly bear it runt "3
tlest rcfrigcratins mechanism '1
ts up to 25% MORE oo eler- .3
the current-savingMctcr-Miscr tl
iletcly sealed. Automatically j
1. Comes with 5-Year Protec- |
1 by General Motors. J* |
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r'";~'.o,K:;-/,;;c??k,:' / |
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5y PERCY C. CROSBY
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