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U Boyd Hamm. 1'astor
Bible achool 10:00, D. C. Mauney
services ior tne First Sunddy In
Morning 11:00, The Holy Comman
Evening 7:00, sermon: The Giving
Luther Leagues 6:00.
Junior Children of .the Church
Scouts: Boys Monday 7:00, Qlrls
Thursday 6:00. .
Catechlsnf"^lass Saturday morning
SAINT LUKES: ?
Bible school Sunday Morning at
10:00. James Lackey, Supt.
First Baptist Church
A. O. Sargeant. Pastor
I ft *f * *- K?* ? f\< ? V r rtfta-Wrt las
Sermon and Souk will continue
through Thursday. Friday ami Sunday
nights. 7:.10 o'clock. Dr. Zeno
"Wall an<J. Horace Kasom of First
Baptist church. Shelby, are leading
In these special services. Come and
worship with us.
' The Sunday School Worker's Sup
. > ' per will bo held, Wednesday night,
7:'00 o'clock. Attention Choir: The'
members of the choir will enjoy
the fellowship, Wednesday night at
fh# Sunday School Workers supper
7:00 o'clock sharp. Plate 25c. Attention
Ushers: every, members of
the Board of UBhers is urged to be
present at the Wednesday Slight
The Board of Deacons will hold
fts regular monthly meeting. Dec.
4th. Monday night, 8:00 o'clock In
the Church Office.
The Woman's Missionary Union
will meet in the Berean class room
COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE OF
. Under and by virtue of an orilct
ot the Superior Court of Cleveland
County, made in the special proceed
Jng entitled Velma Hutlstetler and
husband, K. J. Huffstetler; Lenever
II IVauvoo anH hllnh.. ...1
ii vmtwi . wuu iiuouuau, ruicov
Weaver; I-eon Huffstetler and wiie
Margaret Huffstetler, Kuth II. Payne
and husband, Floyd Payne; and
Leona H. Burton and husband, Bonny
Burton, Plaintiffs, Vs., Fay Hurt
etetler, Clara Huffstetler, and Johnny
Huffstetler, Minor children . of
John F. Huffstetler, Deceased, Defendants,
the same being No. 2484
opon the special proceeding docket
of said court, the undersigned commissioner
will, on the 22nd day of
December, 1939, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
at the courthouse door in Shelby,
Nort hCarollna, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash that certain
tract of land lying and being in No.
4 Township, Clevi^^d County, Nor
th Carolina, adjoining the lands of
Huffstetler and others.
Beginning at a stake in the edge
of the Kings Mountain and Cherry
ville road, corner of Lot No. 4. and
runs thence N. 17 W. 2.60 chains
to a stake, corner of _ Lot No. 6;
thence N. 87 1-2 W. 17 chains to a
stake; thence 8. 8 W. 2.60 chains to
a stake; thence 8. 85 1-2 B. 8.76
chains to a stake In line of l ot No.
4; thence at right angles in a
northern direction 7# llnVe
,?take, corner of Lot No. 4; thence
S. 87 1-2 9.25 chains to the beginning,
stake in edge of road. (8%)
Three and One-half acres. . .
This 20th day of November, 1989.
E. A. Harrill, Commissioner.
?adv dec 21
Kings Mtn. Mfg. Co.
ONE WAY 1
the one-way coach far
IOyf m for each mlU
AY" Good tn Sle.
ment of pre]
*ttJI maul ( pM|
Insurm Safety Av
R. H. OralNMW,. Dtv.
Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
The Ann Hasseltine Circle-will have
charge of the program.
The Week of Prayer for Foreign
Missions will be .ohserved by the
W. M. 3. on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday afternoons at 2:30
o'clock. The meetings will be held
at the Church, and all ladies who
are Interested In the Misslonry
Movement are urged to attend.
H. C. Sprinkle, Jr., Pastor
The third Sunday the Church
L<oyalty Crusade, which closes December
31, has.been set apart as
Fellowship Sunday. Visitors welcome.
hito A. M. Church School. B. S.
Peeler, Sup*. , ,
11:00 A. M. " Morning Worship.
. -"*> fsUgateiR rj?ur>vhj''.1^,
7:00 P. M Evening Service. Sermon:
"The Friend .Who Lifts.'
Circles of the Woman's Mission
Society will meet Monday after
noon at :i o'clock, as follows:
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. H. T. Fulton.
Joint hostess: Mrs. M. L Hou
. Circle No. 2 with Mrs. O. O. Jack
con. Joint hostess: Mrs. William
Circle No 3 with Mrs. A. D. Cobb.
The theme for Prayer Meeting
Wediy^di^ I f/enlng .at 7 oi'clock
!s "Uevereuce ? Mark of Manhood."
J. V. Frederick. Pastor
S. W. Johnson, Pastor
9:45 Sunday school.
Frank Green, Supt.
11:00 Morning worship
0:30 Epworth League.
. <i ;30 Evening worship.
Park-Grace M. E. Church
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
NOTICE OF R?-8ALE~
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained In an order made
L.. *J4 a ft ? ?
ujr a. a. nuuser, ?jierK 01 tno court
(or Cleveland County, iu the special
proceeding Entitled "Albert Morris,
Administration tor the Estate of W.
A. Morris, Deceased, vs. | ul?o
Hord, et al," I will resell on . the
premi8oa ot the lots hereinafter described
on Saturday, December 16.
1939, at ten o'clock, A. M., or
within legal hours, the following de
FIRST TRACT: Lots No. 32, 83,
53 and 72 as shown on a plat or
map made by E. (UCafmpbell <Jn
September 12, 1939, and recorded
in Plat Book No. 2 at page 93, In
the Register of Deeds Office for
The bidding on said lots will begin
3 2 3192.50.
3 3 3187.00.
SECON'P TRACT: Beginning at
an iron stake at the corner of tittle
Cllnkscales lot tn the Town of
Kings Mountain and runs West 198
feet to an iron stake on the line of
lot owned by the Odd Fellows;
thence North 72 feet to an iron
stake on Watson Allison's line;
thence with his line 198 feet to an
iron stake In Effie Cllnkscales line;
thence with her lino 72 feet to the
beginning, containing 16,258 square
feet, more or less.
The bidding will begin on this
lot at 8185.00.
| The terms of the sale will be one
> third cash and the balance in six
I and twelve months.
This the 30th day of Nov., 1939.
Albert Morris, Commissioner.
J. R. Davis, Atty. ?dec 7.
inr PER MILE "
\% less. . than Joubla
ea. 7 ' "
?Return limif SI day*.
Vina and Parlor Cam on pay
m chary* tec apnea occupied.
Modeled. Return lim^Cr-onOu.
RMW and Rode* Oats ??*!
m aharpca lav apaaa aa.uya
ORBD Slaaping Om
vh? on Through Tralna
oitf Highway Howards
a *? .
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TRB KINGS MOUNTAIN HRRALJ
Up'wortb League 0j30 P. M.
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M
Prayer,Meeting Friday 7:3C P. M
Sunday School a:46 u at.
Uitole School 10:00. J. L. McGUI
I morning worsnip at 11:60. Th<
MinUter' for this service will b<
I Rev. W. T. Simpson of Huntersvllle
N. C. ,
Y P C U meets at C:46 P. M.
| Evening service at 7:30 p. m
with the seme pastor in charge. *
Rev. P O. Ps'ririt. r?*.?tn'
0:45 A. M. Sunday school, C. P
11:00 A. M. Morning Worship
Siermon subject: "An Eafcter Da}
5:00 P. M. Service Margrace Com
6:30 Young Peoples Vespers.
7:30 This congregation will wor.
their rloning service of their meet
29 Different Forage
Crops Grown In State
Farmers of North Carolina have
their choice ,lf 29 different forage
crops, says E. C. Blair, agronomist
of the State College Txtenslon Service,
although some of them are
better adapted to certain soil types
and conditions than others. 'We are
extremely fortunate in th1$ respect,'
Hlolr atateo, "but we are not taking
full advantage of our opportunities.'
Summer legumea include soybeans.
cowpeas. annual lespedeza.
reanuts, velvet beans, and kudzu.
Perennial legumes are alfalfa, red
clover, sweet clover, als'.ke clover
and lespedeza sericea. Winter legumes
include crimson clover, vetch
Austrian winter peas, and bur clov
Notice of Sal
As required by law, I as
will sell at the Court House
mar i * -
iTiunuay, uecemoer itn, 1
for unpaid 1938 taxes due "1
follow described real estate,
descriptions of land and am
and the township in which
scribed in each case is the 1
taxpayer as shown on the t
be added in each case the a
interestto the taxes. This i
day to day or to such time i
the event said sale is not hi
NO. 4 TOWNSHIP
Geneva and Dewttt D. Anthony1?Loi
8 A. v 11.91
J. C. Arrowood?1 acre $7.61
Horace O. Barrett?Lot 119x125
Cansler street $4.62
J. L. Barrett?Lot 150x225 feet
Walker and Gantt at# .... $12.91
F. L. Beam?2 lote 26x176 .. $1.11
Alice Anthony Bell ?15 aeree" $2.79
M. J. BeU?lots 2 A. $10.81
Bessie Bennett ? Lot 50x150 $i.9<
J. D. Bennett Lot 110x400 .... $4.21
Wade Bennett ? 2 lota
Yord Road ?
W. Arthur Bennett ?
Lot 70*210 $12.01
Will Boheler 2 lots 26*176 ....$1.41
W. M. goyce?Lot 66*160 .. $20.04
J. R. Bridge*?Lot 100*113
aide of McOtnnle $7.61
J. B. Bruae (Bat)?6 lota
26x160 Fhlnrlew at $1.84
R. L. Burton ? Lot 126x160
Corner Fultcn and Alexander 7.71
W. Delbert Byera?Lot \ A. 910.44
C. P. Carpenter?Lot
160x160 Plonk atreet $6 8'
Jeasle L. Carpenter ? Tx>t 100x160
Wilson -.V* Baata4<He .... $17.(M
W. II. Carpenter ? Lot
113x106 Phenix $16.3'
J. H. Carroll ? Lot 100x220
&. aide of McOinnts ...... $10.21
Mra. Kate Carson ? 120 acres 19.64
C. JS- Coalrfon?Lot 50x200
a. aide of Waco Rd $3.14
B&rnest Conner ? Lot 110x160 Bat.
tie gronad rl; Lot 117x116 BattU
ground road $8.84
A J. Dies ? Lot 3 A 83.41
Mrs C. A Bakers-Lot 80x176 $1.34
n n * ?a ssaI-ja ?? ?
W. VI . IATI 11VX14V |ZZ.3C
Ctai? rails ? Ixrt % A. W.
side ot Yord road $1.71
Curtis H. Falls ? Lot 2 A. .. |T.M
Mrs. Bells MlUmr Ftnisr ? Lot TO*
1SS Cor. K1oc sad R R .... W.M
F. B. ?b#st Bdtats ? Lot 7?tM7
Bast aids R. R. ........ Ittll
R. B. Flstehsr ? Lot
76x900 draco . 97.71
Mrs. Aiuio Floyd ?Lot <0x171 MM
Howard Foetsr ? Lot 100x175
Stows Strsst <6.87
Mrs. Mrrtls FawJSr ? Lot I t A.
soar Parle dross school ' $4.70
J. P. rr^sdalo ? .tfUMfclTI
W. s*di Church Strsst IMS
ft. T. Fid ton?Lot <0*175 .... 111.04
M. r. ruHoa?Lot 1 1-a a. .. Iit.is
Pulton P. D.?$0x990 .
Oor. Kk* and Dmtac .... lit 24
- . ', v _ y
9 THURSDAY, NOV. SO, 1939.
er. Small grains are oats. barley
wheat, and rye. Perennial srassea
are timothy, orchard green, redtop,
and tall oat grans. Annual
b ranees Include sorghums, (oxtail
millet, Japanese millet, Johnson
I &IUSO, nuuuu yntH, miu craograss.
1 Seven of these ? soybeans, vel'
\ et beans, annual lespedeza, barley
sweet clover, Austrian winner peas,
3 unci lespedeza sericea ? have been
1 introduced into the State during the
'. present century, Blair said.
"We are malting progress, but
. not enough," be declare*). 'We are
I rut growing enough forage for the
, number of livestock we now have,
j r.nd we should be growing enough
I not only for these livestock, but tor
'^jjjjrtat many more,"
frhe Extension specialist report
i ni niui me airieage 01 nay id norm
Carolina has risen from 613,000 in
1 1929 to 1,000,000 In 1939, and in.
1 | i t ease of about 60 percent. Lespe j
Oreza *,m introduced Into tlio State
' in 1914 by T. \V. Broom, farm agt
nt of Union County, and the 1939
;tl 1,000, exceeded only by corn as
the biggest crop in the State in
When more of out' farmers pro
ure forage crops, wo will have
more lievstock and poultry, and a
1 < lisequentV-' better standard of
living," Blair concluded.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our neighbors
and friends for their sympathy and
the beautiful flowers during the ill
ness and. death of our beloved fath
er and grandfather.
W. A. Hawkins and family.
Burley growers of North Carolina
and the Nation will vote in a refer,
endum on November 21 to decide
If they want quotas placed on their
next yea^s production.
I n i r . ~7
le tveai estate
Sheriff of Cleveland County,
door in Shelby, N. C., on
939, at 12:00 O'clock, Noon,
the County of Cleveland the
, shown by name of owner,
ount of taxes due and unpaid
it is located. The land deand
own pd hv fV??
ax returns or list. There will
mount of cost, penalty and
sale may be continued from
as may be provided by law in
id or completed on the above
Boyce Gault ? Lot 70*178
Deal and Ridge at. 82.85
Max Oantt ? Lot 76x230 .... 84.80
, C. J. Gault1?Lot
108x218 Parker 822.81
I Mrs. Florence Gladden
Lot Waco Road .....777 81.96
r 8. A. Gofocth ? 13 acres; 28 1-3
I acres 814.48
I Sallle Groves?Lot 2 acres
' bear City Pump station .... 85.11
! L. L. Gulton?Lot 76x150
Highway Ho. 20?north 87.87
.Mrs. Nora Heblb ? Lot 76x235
1 I East sWe R R. 814.08
C. B. Ham bright Est. ? Lot
5 75x100 811.80
j Mm C. C. Hambrfght?Lot 96x100
' West stds of Gaston 86.10
. Mrs. Wash Harlowe ?27 acree 84.21
B. A. Harry?Lot 816.28
H. A. and M. L. Harry?
' 60 Acres 816.01
. Hudson Herndkn ? lot ...... 86.82
j iDr. Hlghsmith ? lot
Lake property 83.16
I Mrs. G. W. Hord?Lot 80x76
80x75 Eastslde R R st .... 88.61
. Miss Elllabeth Howell ?
52 acres 814.01
A Q w
P I i*uHiFWwrp?-LA)I
89x20# Lackey at 67.88
I Mrs. J. F. HuifstetJer?3 acres 16.71
I Sflm H. iHucetetler?Lot 3 A... |9.63
Clyde Huffstetler 16 acres
\ Lot. 70x140 613.16
. Mrs. J. W. Huffetetler ?Lot 160x
i 340 N. side of Waco rd. $0 43
I James W. Mullen der?
Lot 2.8 Acres 611.29
I W. R. Hollander ? 3 acres No.
4 Township 68.03
; W. H. Jackson ?Lot 30 1-2x124
! K. side of Caneler gt........ 63.81
' OaH R. and. Oottveila Jenkins?Lot
and Watt arson sts 68.78
I Mrs. Roth JohnstonLot
Lake property 62.72
! Mrs. fl. 8. Kester?39 acres .. 621.76
8. 8. Keeter and
Lot 26x100 617JS
T. T. Keeter and wile
Lot 98x128 $9.18 .
Mrs WUMe W. Klser?
Lot 26x189 Church st ...... $2.28
W. Q. Lancaster?Lot 26x196 ..$148
I *???? UIKV K (7.14 I
W 11 wiliiidi?t mcr*m ...... WJ1'
I Mm. hut* Lob??lot UxlM |lil
.. i. Ul.. I HUM II.IIJ
>W- ? /
T. D. Long?10 aoree M X
Mrs. Qeo. B. LortU?Lot
100x160 Piedmont $1.01
Oscar McCartar?Lot 85x116
N. aide of Octd fl2.9?
T. O. McCorkle?lot 69x160 $7.21
John. B. and Hdna McDanM?Lot
100x206 S. aide Waco rd .. $13.21
J. D. Mc Dan lei?48 acres .. $38.81
Rcbt. O. MetDaniel?Lot 05 x 166
8. side of Fulton . $13.6!
Wylle H. McGlnnls?Lot 98x200
. Cor. King and DUllag .... $28.1:
J B. McLaughem.? lot 56x200 $14.4(
D. C. Mcdwaln? Lot $2.4!
Mrs. Mary Kerr Mathie?Lot 88x
187 1.2 E. sUe Watterson $20.32
1 B. M. Morris? 8 acres $8.41
Mrs. Sallle Morris?11 1-2 A. $12.62
June C> .Nance?
| LaU4?0xl00 Grace st ...... $7.63
C. Ls Navey?Lot 76x371 ... $5.11
D. H. Owens?Lot 100x120 ' $9.19
Ethel Part on?1.04 100x325 .. $26.84
Miss May Patthrecn?Lot 93x139
Bast side of Piedmont ...... .$31.70
D. C. Payaeur?Lot 100x200
Church at. .. $13.61
Uaa Peacock?Lot 2 A.......... $4.41
to-v^h'-iag? ? . vrvu-~ ??-?
2-V-: w K. Kings Mtn $5.68
Ren 1). Phlfep?:44 acres .. $12 60
.1 O plon kand Drv J. G. llord Eat?
Lot 1-4 acre Church at .... $3.60
M. C. Pruitt?Lot 50x150 .. $13.58
Mrs. Jcsle Queen?13 acres $10.42
B. M. Ramsey?2 Lota
Hord survey ........ $1.58
John W. Rhodes?
Tot 70x210 Waco read ....',$4 50
G G. Rollins?27 acres . 8.23
Jasper IT. Roper?Lot 50x150 $9.04
O. L. Sappenfielrt?
Lot Lake property $2.28
Miss Maggie Shcrt?Lot 1-2 acre
S. aide old Cherokee id $5.46
Wade H. Short?Lot 185x210 $6.05
Auther Sides?41 acres ...... $14.18
Mrs. Mary D. Smith?
Lot 100x117 Mill property ..,$1.48
W. W. Souther?Let 25x160
No. 20 Highway .$16,15
Mrs. Sallle Sparrow? T-ot 60x150
N. side.waco road $11.58
T. S. Sparrow?Lot 75x150
N. side Waco rood ...... $10.05
J. L. Swain and Curtis Wright ?
1 Lot ........ $1.48
B. F. Timmoms?Lot 70x210 $4.46
J. P. Vandyke?50 acrea $6.41
Earnest Vtck?Lot 60x160 .. $3.97
Jim Walker?Lot 76x150
Northern suburbs $7.47
Decatur Wallace?Lot 2-3 A. ..$1.88
W. A. Wallace?Lots
East oftde Piedmont (16.19
Hunter Ware?3 acres $4.46
Jchn F. Ware?10 acres .... $10.89
B. S. Wellmani?87 acres $18.76
V. C. Whetstlne?Lot 75x178
Grace street $12.31
Albert White ?Lot 70x160
Ramseur Street .... $11.62
W. K. White?Lot 180x190 .. $15.12
O. W. Willis?Lot 128x150
East side of Gaston ........ $6.24
O. O. Wright?Lot 60x115
No. 20 Highway $6.20
J. A. Wright ? Lot
126x110 Waco Read $4.81
? ?w ?? ?Bav?1A*
00x150 Pietaont ., 17.36
Home Mort. Co.?Lot. 150x100
W. aide 'Oriental are'..... . $7.84
COLORED NO. 4 TOWN8HIP
Cary Ackereom?;Lot 2
near Park Grace school .... $1.68
Annie Anderson?Lot 60x100 .. $5.83
John L. BUnton Batata?
Lot 174x250 $7.71
Wash BWock?Lot 26x126 .... $3.82
Cortne Borders?Lot 66x100
W. Side Watteraon gt $3.73
Maggie Bratcher?Lot .4 A $2.61
Mary Prances Brown?Lot 60x200
Baat Carpenter $8.82
Win. Brown?Lot 66x160
B. Side Watteraon
Grfer Bryant?Lot 50x300
8. aide Canaler $2.06
Maggie Bryant?16 acres $2.66
John Caldwell Estate?Lot
60x180 8. aide Kits ...... $8.83
JAmee Carroll?Let 120x110 ..$13.29
? And Th*y Say /(
Do tha member* of YOUR faml
If not, perhaps If It because yoi
a thorough triad.
All over the world people whc
enthusiastic in Ha praise.
If Alka-Sehaer is as good as we i
Idne oabinet; if it it net, It won't ?
the purchase price to any new ui
Your family may need Alka-Sel
you think. Our guarantee of as
C. Caaaell?6S acre* .. 911-29
Spencer Chrry Bet?Lot# .... 91.99
R. J. Davideoev?Lot 90xl<7
N. ?Ue Kins el 946.99
Carry BUii Bat
lx>t 115x160 Kln? at .. (6 21
Katharine VSekridge ?
Lot 90x100 $7.00
John GaIlo>way ? Lot 1-2 acre
W. aldo Watterson gt IS.21
Pink Henry Bst.-pLot 2 A. .. fl.Si
HUbert He melon?Lot 1 A.
I Battleground Road 99.41
I Sum my Johnson Est
1 102 acres 917.71
Chas. Kibbler?Lot ..., 9911
Luther Kibbler-Lot $9.99
, Gertrude Lewis?Let 1-4 .... 91.49
' Roger Lewis?Lot 1-2 a 99.07
Earnest McDonald?Lot 3 a. 94.99
1 W. F. and J. W. Means?Lot 149*
142 9 side Ridge 97.19
1 Tod Meeks?Lot 60x130
W. Side Watterson ,..97.79
1 IjCt 56x66 Grover 91.69
N. W. Mltehem?Ix>t 1-2 a. ".. 15.31
1 Leroy Perkins?Lot _ . $8.19
1 David Preoslep?Ix>t 93.19
Let 50x100 ;.. .93.40
1 j Margaret Rhode Est? *
| Lot 70x100 Ridge ...A... WOO
1 Will M. Rhodes Lot 00x80 94.24
Pearl Rippy?L?jt 45x200 >.... 95.60
Mag^e Robet'.B?21% . ... $7.23
i. Bertha Robinson ?Lot '200x100 92.69
Odessa Shields?lot 5QxlG0 .. .96.39
Oliver Smith ?Lot 50x164 $2.71
David1 Thompson?lot 25x125 '95.19
Harvey Thompocn?lot 50x150 ' 95.99
Hord Waters?lot 100x200 91.49
Curtis Wright?lot 66x150 .... 93.8T
E>. L. Webb, Tax Collector,
of Cleveland County. '
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