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    SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
OF NO. S TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND FROM JULY
1, IMS TO JANUARY I, 1929.
Rrrrlpts
July X, balance.i....... $3,552.25
July 84, by Department Revenue for motor tax refund . 11 sn
sept 36, by Department Revenue for motor tax refund — 23.60
Oct. 32, by Department Revenue for motor tax refund .. ii.bu
Not 30, by total 1928 tax levy for maintenance .. 4,520.38
Dec. X, by Department Revenue for motor tax refund . 23 60
Tolal receipt's ..... $8,143 43
DlsboivnirnU
C. E. Camp for labor ...... 1B0
J. C. Bridges for 2 1-2 days as commissioner_ 7 50
L. 17. Arrowood for tiling ..... 55 20
standard OH Co. for gas and grease ..... 68 03
Carolina Tractor Co. for blades and repairs ___33.00
W.,D. Earl for 3 days as commissioner...9 00
Clatad Nichols for labor .......81.80
Barnes Degree for labor . . ____ 500
J C. Lowery for 3 days as commissioner _ _ 9 00
Pan! Turner for labor .. 7 25
H. Q. Kendrick for pay roll on road .. 75 85
Albert Blanton for labor ....... ......6.00
A. A. Bettis for labor . _ ........ 82 40
Star Publishing Co. for publishing road report_____9.20
Cliff Lowery for pay roll on road..... 105 00
Bettis Austell Co. for supplies .. ...___ 11.45
A. A. Bettis for pay roll.... 167.65
A. A. Bettis for pay roll .4 .. ...... 323.20
L Y. Putnam for labor . ____..._IO.50
D. & Bridges for labor . . ____ 8.25.
Joe-Beam for labor ... ______7.50
K. I?. McSwain for . . . ......2.50
Standard Oil Co. for gas and oil ____71.05
Carolina Tractor Co, for supplies ___ 12.84
J. C. Lowery for 3 1-2 days commissioner __ 10.50
E. Q. Roberts for pay roll on road . ____67.25
W. D. Earl for 3 1-2 days commissioner _ ....__10.50
L. U. Arrowood for tiling . _____ 133.25
J. C. Bridges for 3 1-2 days commissioner . . ....10,50
Fanners Hardware Co. for shovel __...__1.75
A.-A. Bettis for labor and expenses . ___81.53
Cibnd Nichola for labor . . ...... 52.40
W. E. Erwin for labor ... ____18.90
Claud Nichols for labor__ 4_____ 46.10
Carolina Tractor & Equipment Co. for tractor . _____ 1,800.00
Carolina Tractor & Equipment Co. for supples . ____4.91
Standard Oil Company for gas „ . ..-s^.- — 56 05
L. D. Arrowood for piping . . __36.00
D. C. Turner for supplies------4.10
A. A^Bettls for labor . _________ 51.54
StMBdard Oil Co. for oil and grease...... 96.55
Carolina Tractor & Equipment Co. for blades . . .. 15.40
Claud Nichols for labor . . ....... 46.00
J. J. Neal for labor . ...... 19.50
H. Q. Kendrick for labor . ....39.90
E. F. Craven for repairs . . ....3.39
* Standard Oil Co. for gas . ..56.05
W. D. Earl for'3 days as commissioner __l___10.50
A. A. Bettis for labor..... 14.90
J, C. Lowery for 4 1-2 days as commissioner _ ___13.50
J.‘C. Bridges for 4 Mt days as commissioner .. 13.50
• \ Total disbursements . . . .......$3,883.14
Balance maintenance fund January 1, 1929 -...---$4,280.29
$8,143.43
X, Mary E. Yarbrough, treasurer of Cleveland county, do solemnly
swear that, the above statement is true to the .best of my knowledge and
belief. ' '
MARY E. YARBROUOH, County Treasurer
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 10th day of January, 1929.
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior Court,
SIMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
OF NO. 7 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND FROM JULY
1. 1928 TO JANUARY 1^929.
Receipts
July 1, balance ....... $3,472.09
Nov. 20, by total 1928 tax levy for maintenance.. 8,502.90
lotal Receipts . . . ...... $11,974.99
Disbursements
W. A. Crowder lor 1 day service as commissioner_ 3 qq
M. M. Oreene for 2 days service as commissioner_..... 6 00
Btar Publishing Co. for publishing report_ 8 00
F. Y. Jones for salary .... .125 00
F. Y. Jones for operating expenses.._ ’ 132 32
\V. A. Crowder for services as commissioner _ 6 00
Robert Wilson for salary ... .7400
Standard Oil Company for fuel ....... .115 20
W. A. Crowder for services as commissioner__... gOO
M. M. Oreene for services as commissioner..".* 6.oo
W. E. Walker for 6 days services as commissioner in August.18.00
F. Y. Jones for operating expenses as per bill filed .67.81
F. Y. Jones for salary ..... 125 00
Robert Wilson for salary for August____ go 00
W. A. Crowder for 4 days services as commissioner in August.. 12.00
M. M. Oreene for 4 days services as commissioner in August_12.00
Standard Oil Company for fuel.. 158,02
F. Y. Jones for grader parts......... 19491
M. M. Oreene for 2 days services commissioner .. 6.00
F. Y. Jones for salary _:_ 125 00
F. Y. Jones for operating expenses...... 16968
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey for gas and oil. 48 09
Robert Wilson for salary ............ go.OO
W. A. Crowder for one day service ___300
W. E. Walker for one days service as commissioner __3.00
W. E. Walker for one days service as commissioner ______3.00
F. Y. Jones for operating expenses... 71.07
F. Y. Jones for salary_____ 125.00
F. Y. Jones for culverts piping ....... 157.88
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey for gas and oil _... 68.61
Robert Wilson for saalry _....... 8000
W. A. Crowder for one day’s service as commissioner_3.0Q
W. E. Walker for one day's service as commissioner __3.00
F. Y. Jones for operating expenses.... 190.52
F. Y Jones for salary............ 125.00
Robert Wilson for salary .... 80.00
M. M. Greene for one day services as commissioner___3.00
M. M. Greene for two day's service as commissioner_6.00
W. A. Crowder for two days services as commissioner_6.00
btandard Oil Co. of N. J. for fuel __.... 68.61
Total Disbursements ___ $2,574.72
Balance maintenance lund January 1, 1929 .... $9,400.27
$11,974.99
I, Mary E. Yarbrough, treasurer of Cleveland county, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. * \
MARY E. YARBROUGH, County Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 10th day of January, 1929.
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior Court.
TELL THEM YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
OF NO. 2 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEV 4 E FUI DM *» ILLY
I. 1928 TO JANUARY L 1829. :
Receipts
July 1, balance......... $4,431.35
Nov. 20, by total amount 1928 tax levy for maintenance ..._ 6,362.83
Total reecits.$10,794.18
Disbursements
C. R. Doggett for gas and oil . - ...__43.00
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . - _ 64.75
C. X. Putnam for pay roll . ________64.60
C. X. Putnam for pay roll . . __... 55.00
F M. Ledbetter for hauling and putting In piping . . ... 13.00
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . ........60.50
C. R. Doggett for gas and oil . . _ 96.38
E. F. Craven for road machine blades . .______32.10
C. I. Putnam for pay roll...~«r— 85 50
F. M. Ledbetter for rebuilding fill on Beaver Dam ...a..38.60
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . . ......75.35
L. U. Arrowood for . - _-..— 10.25
J. T. Gladden for taking out pipe and excavating for culvert.37.00
F B. Hamrick for 4 days service... 12.00
Star Publishing Co. for publishing report . . .. 7.20
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . ....- 97.10
J. T. Gladden for work on roads . ..—— 4.25
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . . _____:. 132.20
C. T. Putnam for pay roll . . ....1..62.35
C. I. Putnam for pay roll_......- 55.00
C. R. Doggett for gas and oil for September.59.89
C. R. Doggett fo^ gas and oil for August.54.85
C. I. Putnam for pay roll .......;---'63.80
The Dixie Culvert & Metal Co. for 2 Armco culverts ..214.56
C I. Putnam for pay roll . _ ........104.94
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . --1....99.50
C. I. Putnam for pay roll ... ........-.. 60.75
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . . ....75.00
C. I. Putnam for pay roll . . ..-.—. 71.16
C. R. Doggett for gas and oil - . ...127.19
L. U. Arrowood for tiling . --24.40
B. B. Harris for 6 days service . - ...---1-- 18 00
C. I. Putnam for pay roll ..1-...83.30
E. F. Craven & Co. for grader blades and lubricants . . ... 101.94
Total disbursements ... ..-.-.- $2,211.91
Balance maintenance fund January 1, 1929 ..-.$8,582.27
10,794.18
I, Mary E. Yarbrough, treasurer of Cleveland county, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief.
MARY E. YARBROUGH, County Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 10th day of January, 1929.
A. M. HAMRICK, cierk Superior Court.
EXECUTOR’S NOTICE
Having qualified as executor of
the mill of W. F. Gold, deceased,
this is to hereby notify all persons
holding claims against his estate to
file same with me on or before the
7th day of January, 1930, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
covery ->n same; and this is to fmo
ther notify all persons to make pay.
ment immediately of any Indebted
ness owing said estate.
This January 7th, 1929.
J. M. GOLD, Executor of
Will of W. F. Gold, dee d.
Newton & Newton, Attys.
Exceptional Bargains In Furniture
•I -.v •
tv’^ r? rc
BEST
IS HOLDING A SPOT CASH SALE
Of Slightly Damaged And Shop Worn
FURNITURE
That You Can Buy Virtually At
Your Own Figures.
SALE OPENS TOMORROW (SATURDAY) AND RUNS TEN DAYS. Some of the items offered
are Kitchen Cabinets, Favorite Ranges, Iron Beds, Mattresses, Springs, Living Room Suites, Desks, Tables,
Worlds of Chairs, Dressers and Bed Room Pieces. Goods slightly below par but serviceable.
SALE TO BE HELD IN THE BUILDING JUST ACROSS LaFAYETTE STREET FROM THE
PIGGLY WIGGLY.
MR. O. O. TOMS WILL BE IN CHARGE.
BOTH FLOORS TO BE GIVEN OVER TO THE DISPLAY.
Come at once and see the bargains. AND YOU WILL BUY. Everything marked in plain figures.
(Wr. Best announces that while this will be a SPOT CASH sale, goods will be charged as usual at the
Main Store.)
JOHN M. BEST FURNITURE CO.
__'_
TRUSTEE’S SALE.
By virtue of the power of sale
contained in a deed of trust execut
ed by J. S. Wilson and wife, Mary
Wilson, on December 1, 1922, to me
as trustee .of - the Shelby Building
and Loan association, and default
having been made in payment- of
the! indebtedness secured thereby
and having been called upon to ex
ecute the trust, I, as trustee, will
sell for cash at public ■ auction to
the highest bidder at the- court
house door in the town of Shelby,
N. C., on
Saturday. January 12, 1929
at noon, the following described
real estate:
- Situated on the south side of
Pinkney street in the town of Shel
by, N. C„ and being known as lot
No. 19,.plat D on map filed in spe
cial proceeding No. 1293, in the of
fice of the clerk of the superior
court- of Cleveland county, and be
ing the Jot deeded to J. S. Wilson
by It, L. Rybum, commissioner, by
deed dated December 1, 1922. Ref
erence is hereby had to said deed
and plat for full description by
metes and bounds. Purchaser will
buy subject to any taxes due or
assessed.
Thu I-ecembtr 10. 1928.
CLYDE R. HOEY, Trustee.
TRUSTEE’S SALE.
By virtue of the power vested in
me as trustee in a certain deed of
trust, executed the 20th day of
December, 1926, by W. R. Martin
and wife, Hattie Martin, to secure
an indebtedness to the Farmers and
Merchants bank, of #290.00, and
default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness there
by secured and demand having
been made upon me to execute the,
trust
Reference being had to the rec
ord, book 144, page 20, of the reg
ister’s office for Cleveland coun
ty, N. C., for the said deed of
trust,
I will sell to the highest bidder
at the court house door in Shelby,
on
Saturday, Janaary 19, 1929,
at 12 o’clock or within legal hours
the following described real estate:
Being a lot bought of J. F. Bland
and J. P. Massey and by him sold
to, Martin and Bro.. bounded by J.
A. Martin, on the west and L. M.
Scoggln on the north, south of the
first street in the town of Moores
boro, N. C. This being a part of the
ten acre lot bought r L. M Scog
gin by J. F. Bland and containing
about 5-8 acre more or less, and
includes the dwelling ant, building
now used and occupied by W. R.
Martin.
This the 17th day of December,
1928.
- J. H. QUINN, Trustee.
B. T Falls, Attorney to trustee.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministrators of the estate of Joseph
Palmer, all persons holding claims
against said estate are hereby no
tified to file the same with the un
dersigned properly proven on fir be
fore the 8th day of January, 1930,
or this notice' will be pleaded in
bar of _ny right of recovery there
on. All persons indebted' to said
estate will please make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
This the 7th day of January,
1929.
L. C. PALMER, Lawndale,
N. C„ R-l,
COLEMAN BLANTON,
Shelby, N. C.. R-5.
Administrators of Joseph Palmer's
Estate.
B. T. Falls, Attorney. ^
Unde Hi says
"All right if it's there—
if it isn’t—Beware!”
You can't afford to take chances
with imitation repairs. Demand
the genuine, the ones that carry the
Oliver trade mark. For more than
three generations Oliver Chilled.
Plows have been famous for thslr
T/c"'. *
Cleveland Hdwe; Co.
-■* t
Shelby, N. C.
The Pay Envelope
That Went to College
If your Pay Envelope has never gone shopping in
a Penney Store, give it the benefit of this "higher edu
cation” right away.
It will learn that Quality doesn't always mean "high
priced" and find plenty of examples to illustrate the
point. We will also explain why "seconds” and shod
dy merchandise are never offered our customers at any
price.
Educating your Pay Envelope about our values wilt
help it do a better job for you.
Silk Frocks
The Pronounced Fashion
Successes of the Season
$9-90 and $14*75
Two growpi i&4t teH tha
story of J. C. Penney Com
pony value-giving more elo
quently than words!
If you are seeking 4
dre&' that' Is SMART
. . . for afternoon par
ties, or informal eve
nings, for school, travel
ing, or business wear,
then by.no means fail to
investigate our impor
tant collections.
These are all new Spring:
Dresses in Prints, Crepes
and Taffetas
' "Sizes and styles for ieo
nten, misses and iuntors.
"Pay-Day” Brand
Overall* for Boys
Union Made. Of 2.20 bide
denim. Built to our e.**rimg
Specifications.
3 to 9 Year*
98c
10 to 17 Yean
81.10
YKi
Work SoX
Durable—Warm
Heavy, cotton work tax id
'an * mixed and Sloe'iid&fl
shades. Our Jlpss Buying
jnakes- these extremely to|
prices possible Per pair-*
10cand 15c
Pay-Day” Overalls
, ^ v
Made to our own exacting specifications Of staunch,
durable 2.20 blue denim—the standard • of ■ workmen
who expect and demand the best in Work Clothes.
Staunch With the
Long Wearing ^ Union Label
“Ox-riide”
Overalls for Boys
Big. full-cut, of
220 blue denim,
five pockets, two
seam legs, triple
stitched seams,
high back. Sixes
4-to 16 years—
Young Men's
C.A.
aims
Selected fabrics in 2-butftoOL
dogfe-breasted model.
£24.73
Heavy Weight
Rope Knit Sweaters
For Men. All wool with the
popular shawl collar.
*2.98
Underwear
For Boys
Good weight, ribbed
fleece ‘Union Suits. Long
sleeves and ankle-length or
short slcevfes' and knee
length. One of our Nation
wide values.
Sites 2 to 10 Years
49c
Work Gloves
Utdined
Horsehlde palm, band tpfo
very serviceable—
49c
All Wool Caps
For Boy.
Of all wool Casaimercw. with
nna lminf.
69c and 98c '
TRY STAR WANT ADS FOR RESULTS
    

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