MISS MAYMfe. UOBERTC
Social Editin' I'liinit 1 '
New* Item!, Plumed to Miss, Robert? Will Ik Ainircrii.n i
Tuesday at 4 p m. the Coii'oui
poiiary Boo’.: club will meet at tile
home of Mrs. Renti Drum with Mis
Grace Reed hostess.
Mrs. Wythe Royster and Mis - Amo.
Willis delightfully entertained the!
members of the First Baptist church !
chair Friday evening, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Me Murry I
on West Marlon street. Following |
the regular practice, fruits and
candles were served.
Hmtns To Bridje ( tub.
The Tuesday Afternoon Hrulu<j
club was delightfully entertained b 1
Mrs. A1 Bennett Saturday after- j
noon at her apartment on West j
Graham street. ,
The high score price v. as won by i
Mrs. J. J. MeMurry and the low i
acore phae went to Mrs. TV. O.
Miss Lula Moore Sutlle vv is a
special guest of the club. Follow
ing the games, the hostess was as
sisted by Mrs. Renn Drum and
Miss Lula Mooro Buttle h\ serving
ft delicious salad and ice course.
Tuesday 3:30 p. m. 'Ilic Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
will meet at the club room. Mrs
Harman Eskridge, chairman of
Tuesday 3:30 p. m.—The Mother's
club will meet with Mrs. Claude
Mabry at her home on Buttle
Thursdsy 3:30 p. m.~ The after
noon Division No. 1 will meet at
the club room. Mrs. John Mull
chairman of hostess committee
Friday 3:30 p. m.—The Chicorn
club will meet with M.'s. Felix O.
Gee at her home on S. Washington
Friday 3:30 p. ih,«*-Tlie Twentieth
Century club will meet with Mrs.
J. D. Llneberger at Cleveland
Miss Betsy Hall Roberts
Miss Betsy Hall Roberts, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roberts,
wes hostess at a delightful Valen
tine party Friday afternoon at tier
home on W. Marion st-eet In cele
bration of her sixth birthday art
The living room and dining room
were prettily decorated with val
entine suggestions. After playing
games for an hour or more, the lit
tle folks were invited into the din
ing room. The large white cake
holding six tiny pink candles,
formed tire center piece of the
table. Each guest received a val
entine box of pink mints, as fav
ors. In the heart contest. Henry
QuTm won the prise and was
awarded a large valentine.
An Ice course, cake and confec
tions were served. Mrs. Roberts
was assisted by Misses Esther Ann
Quinn and Bara Esther Dover in
Mias Elolce Royster
One of the jolliest parties of the
Valentine season was given Thurs
day night, when about 33 of the
younger set enjoyed the birthdny
party of Miss Elolce Royster at her
home near Failston.
The Valentine idea and color i
were carried out in the decorations■
and refreshments, the favors being;
heart shaped boxes of chocolates. J
Numerous games were played
several contests were held,
after Which the guests were invited
into the dining room where the
table was centered by a large whit:' |
birthday cake holding 17 lighted ;•
After the birthday toast which;
was given by Miss Alice Oan.t. ta.
cake was C«t; Mira Evelyn Head- |
rick cutting the ring. M \ Henry
Is the dime. Mr. Dixon B.roup
thimble and Miss Wray Keiul
: the button.
delicious sweet course with ac
qries were served. Miss Royster j
the recipient of many lovely i
Spend The Day Party
V.' th Mrs. J. L. L»eUe> .
One of the most delight a il i.'-j
ft Its of the past week was the I
• Spend the Bay .Party.’ given by j
M.'S. J. L. *aic*ey. at tier ho » able ;
home on West Wareni stre i holl
ering some of the older lru .v o!
the city,- who never spent a more
pleasant time, sitting around the j
cossy fhts chatting and talking i
About by-gone days.
The guests found their places at ,
the large dining Uble with the most j
active place cards, designed in j
fashioned ladies. The table;
centered with a large duster ]
primroses. An elegant four ;
turkey dinner was beauti
ved. Mrs. Mary McBrayeiv
of the hostess, whose birth
_i« on Saturday, was hon
with a handsome gift by Mr
and Mrs, Lackey. The Invited
31 tests were; Mcsdatntv Mary end
Rs! lief McB -iyci. M N. Hantrtek,
jir rpiiinc Hord. I! 0 McOo'.van.
.-i'. 8. I'' Rnbm .. Martini Port tv-.
Satuli Kskridse. Clin I R.krtd'i •.
J'annc llumijiMn, Ksi.lier Settle.
IV.ttt'r Bl.in en t>. •' Webb. I1! 11
lftyii'i)s ami .t I VV11 >
Mi t id: ' v as it 1 ■ d in \ -
iiur md < 111• ■" nor; l " Mt . Nora
lltlll ■ Air Minder
Mrs. T. \\. ISamiiek
M . V ' V/, Hamrick v . a f'lrut -
ini;, hostess to the V\V.shi.>':.<Hi
street .v houl teacher.. mul a'nun
*>*■: of hint) sc.'hrct teacher;; iytur
day lift-muon with a In;ely bviii;p
part'', mu I'f.hiiir; at Ii ' heme on
N. I a ‘ ot! l.nel. 'I In' rooms
v.ere nr i'lthulty arranged with pur
ple stork; 'iuil yellow ispring flow
ers. The Most aUnxeUve Valentine
place cards ware used with tiny
slates with appropriate verses re
ferring to the subject. < nr Vo teacher
taught. Kael; bridge table was cen
tered wh! a crystal vase ot the
purple and yellow llov. . rs, w hich
were given for Iris1' score prlr.es.
The fortunate wince is wore; Ml sc .
Ora Up.imv., Mary Adelaide Hub
erts and I .aura Wither; poun.
The Valentine suggestions were
also emphasised In the two de
light, rut course; ot refreshment
The guests included: Mts>e.
Agnes MrBrayer. Pettit, McArthur.
Tli amps on. Withe spoon. Mary
Adelaide Roberts, Virginia Hnm
rtek, Thomas. Coleman, Brown,
Upshaw, Mary Helen Lattimore.
Mesdames Mlal Ttddy, Joe Nash.
Robert Hoggett and William Mc
Governor And Mrs. Gardner
Give Reception At Mansion.
The Governor and Mrs. O. Max
Gardner gave a large reception at
the executive mansion Thursday
evenin; from 11 to 10 o'clock, hon
oring the general assembly nnd
their wives and the state officials
and their wives. General John Van
B. Metis presented the guests to
the receiving line which Included
the Governor nnd Mrs. Gardner,
the Lieutenant Governor and Mrs.
Richard T. Fountain, the speaker
of the house of Representatives.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Graham, the
president of the senate. Mr. and
Mrs. T I,. Johnson, state Chair
man end Mrs. Oclus M, Mull,
Judge and Mrs. J L. Webb nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey. The
receiving line stood in the drawing
room against a bark .round of
palms and yellow .Jessamine.
Mrs. Gardner was r ow nod it'
black velvet. delicately trimmed
with silver. She wore slippfs of
kid nnd Iter only ornaments were
an exquisite Parisian set. with
necklace, drop can iv;; and twin
bracelets. Her costume was com
pleted with a shoptder spray of or
chids. Punch was served in five
north liarVor by Mrs. Clarence
01)1, Miss Mmtro ' Mull. Miss
Isabel Hoey. Mis, Klizabrth Me
Braycr and Mis. Susan Iden. In
Urn dining r< in an unurnnl effect
of yellow and red were used. The
central tabic, covered with Mad
eira lace was appointed with a
handsome ; "t of Venetian glass
ware which was brought by Mrs.
Gardner from Europe last year.
The large centerpiece was filled
with yellow tulip.. red roses, yel
low narci i end . budd.lia. 'I he
Venetmn caudlcho'dcrs held tail,
yellow tapers end tiYrulc uf
southern smilnx completed toe
table r.ppoiplment. The entertaln
ment was the biennial rrcmtlon
given by the Gov'sior and Li..,t
Lady cf North Carolina in honor
of the g iieie 1 assembly
Approximately five hindttd m
yUaticiv " eve i- med.
iU> Jiilm e r't «Vf iM
Cotton v.aquoted at noon today
cn Kew Vert: cxehaiv -
Match 13.70: May 19.19: Satur
day's cl'OKi Mareh 19.81: Mai
Spot salv-- o.OOh middlings 1023 \s
1035 f’.ici-iy. Uglu business, in
Worth street. Manchester cable
sa; . aggr. i>u' results let week in
the oioth and yarn markets nre the
poorest for some time past., partly
due to the; eiv-icr tendency in cot
ton. mills are matiitahuiig prices.
Bids iruni India niocleratc, China
demands smaller. Raining north
Texas end Oklahoma I'robab’y
easier today * o e .bte: Trade in
terests semi likely lo continue to
take offerings on rc.ir’ions cover
The statement in .Secretary of
labor Da’.fas letter o the Welsh
newspaper that. 86 per cent of the
people of tile United Sta'es are
poor e at not lifted from one of Ills
ramptiign speeches. — Springfield
■ special to ’]lie ytjM i
Rrv. 1)’ (i. Wu dlbmn fillrd lih
appoint un i.lx 'Saturday and Sin
day preaching able ; 11110115 to
lnrer congregation .
(Had to liavr Uie following vi.tt
o: , with us Sunday: Mr. and Mr.
Hugh Nwl <1 raltPiroir "Spring .
Mr. and Mrs. Misha Hanill anil
Mb.-. Kara Hamrick of Lfilthiiorc. !
The Sunday school board lias
recognized us n.s n .standard .school
Mr. and Ms . •) V.’ Irvin will en
t. lain the teachyi . and (I'ficer.
next Thuisdav evening id 7:3d
I ft liav • 100 peril 111 : ttenUaiK'v
Mrs. \V. 1. Soiini si . a ill nitcr
1 1 • 1 1 h.e .Woman .M: ,01 : rv ■
<•).' V nr.’,t 'iluiiMu y jiJtarnOi.il a
2 30 o'flork. Let, till tin* Irdi ba
fi'n l to l.nv •Mrs. \V. P. V.'dl
1UQU 1.) iirp ia, .a; i.uif a lull" iU
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. C •> • r I
family vb Med Mr. J>. M Hurd 0.
t l’"i- ■ vi'le Hfiida;
M: I.’, cl 1 Pc. t( .'V of II'll is
Mountain vi bid I ionic 1 »H' -:m
Mr. and Mrs. C. IV Kpu’igfor of
Double Shoals visited Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. Caban is., Sunday.
Mr. Worth Lui'/. of Dulie univer
sity visited his J? 111'11’s i.VT I lie
week-end Mr. n njd Mrs. ,i I I lit it
Mr. L. A. Blanton 1ms c rrh 1
from Kentucky where he purcliux
ed a car of fine mules.
Mr. Carl Gold of Chesnrr, S. C
visited in the community Saturday.
Aopeals To Cleveland
f Slice ini to The Slur >
We are currying I11 this Issue, in
another column, a statement ccii
! ceming Limestone college, This
' college is around 20 miles only from
j the elty of Shelby, and is probably
not more than -It) miles distant
| from any girl resid ntv tn Cleveland
| county. >u the last five or six years
l.tmeston ■ college lias made ro
! markable progress. Its actual value
tin dollars and cents lias more than
j doubled during this period. The
| college now has nine buildings tn
| which it operates. As a matter of
i fact. i.iuie tone furnishes every
1 facility for thorough study looking
[ towards an A. B. degree.
As an evidence of the educa
tional rating of Limestone college,
i it is a full member of the Southern
! association of colleges, and last
December it vvrs accepted by the
1 American association of colleges,
which Is a rational A. B. college
association. The students who lin
| fsh at Limestone arc given “A” rat
' big in any state tn the union, which
ts a matter to be considered by
1 those who arc entering college
The rates at Limcxtcne college are
unusually attractive. particularly
when one bears In mind the rat
ing the college has received in the
| educational world. /
i It lias been suggested by Presi
dent Cranberry that the girls who
are now in Ur* graduating classes
of the high schools of Cleveland
county visit Limestone college, and
look over her buildings and become
acquainted with her program. The
Star informed by Dr." Cranberry
that lie will be pleased ty have
such visitors at any time
Wobb Is Elected
To McAllister Clan
In recognition of the splendid
record lie established as a repres
entative of the Pilot Life Insurance
company, C. R. Webb of this city,
has been signally honored by elec
tion to membership in the McAlis
ter clan of that organisation. Thi
group, an honorary body. Is com
posed of only the leading agents,
end election thereto is icgarded ns
the highest gift within the power
of the company to bestow.
Clan membership requires that
an agent must have shown unusual
: bility in all lines of his work, in
cluding financing, production and
keeping business in force, tadv.i
Scelling Match At
Sharcn School Friday
There will bo cn old time spelling
match at Sharon school t-ouse Fri
day night. February 8. 1929.
Everybody invited to conic, es
pecially‘the cider people-who used
to study the Blur Back speller.
Bring your spellers and come pre
pared to help out in the spelling
all who will.
A MlHIon tie!
According to estimates prepared
by the stall tier! department of the
National Electric Li",lit issociation.'
842.000 new homes and l a mis wore
wired for electricity during tin',
first nine month; of 1923. If the (
last quarter of the year shows the'
same increase as the third quarter. I
the number of wired homes added
during the year will approximate •
1.150.000 and the grand total on1
DecemlV r 31 will exceed 19 million *
including all farms in the total!
number of homes, two-thirds of all
hemes in the United Slates now
hue electricity; excUidu i farms,
about 81! percent of all homes are
Rafe King On Stand
At Sharon Inquest;
No Action As Yet \
i( onlinued from page onr.i
odor he thought to t!i• • odrr of ly
•;ol. Ho did tr.it iftalrc tt thorough
uuninaii' ;i < f tlio wound on the
'.c d. lie .said.
In hi.s cpinlQii the can c of lice
loath was poison.
Dr. Save drtsrt'ibccl the bitrm on
he month mid lips from the lysol
deelarhiK that in the nut jp lie
Jiotithi li anielit the odor of ly
rise Held Wound.
T <’ wound in the forehead. the
ihy; Irian mil. was ene and one
half inch", loti", a hall inch deep
to the ben;:, bni there was 4 j frac
ture of the skull.
II ," rloeii v ili ela eh tint lie
thought tl .hTivt" lli'.il. 11” re was
nn h’ood en I ei face or on the
flour where - she w as found. - The
free he srid appeared it it fmd
bu ll n ■ ' ed on Continuing he
lid that lo him it teemed an im
ri •• ability-'for ;o much blood to,
be on the lin'd and hands and
none to b" on the floor. Me said
that he end not see how it could
have happened rules, the blood
was already congealed when the
body came, into i. intact with the
Mrs. Ferguson raid that Mrs.
King came to her house about It
o'clock on the morning of the da'
of her death to get some milk. At
that time,-Mrs. Ferguson said. Mrs.
King seemed in r ood spirits and as
happy as ever.
One ef the doctors identified
flood found on school papers and
the blood on a chip taken from the
din'll'’ room llndr as human blood.
The'testimony of the minister who
talked witti King during Ihc search,
hr ought out no new evidence.
Numerous Shelby* people and
crowds from the Kings Mountain
section were present for the inquest.
Althoiig.i i' was not known what
evidence from witnesses yet to go
on tlie stand will be it does not
seem as if evidence introduced or
brought out of Witnesses so far
would indicate other than suiride.
However there lias been much
Street speculation, talk. and ru
mors about Sharon. On the stand
none of these many rumors has
been definitely verified. although
some angles of the death and the
finding of the body have caused
suspicion ‘hat slip did not kill her
self. a belief, It teems. held by
many in the Sharon section.
Seme Mystery In
Death Of Mr3. King
inquest At Sharon Today. Tttood
Stains round In Home. May
Have Horn Murdered.
York. Feb. 1. That Mrs. Faye
King. 28. Eheron high school teach
er whose lifeless body was found
Friday night of last week in nn out
building a few feet from her home,
did not die there but came to her
death to the kitchen of her house
and that she may not have killed
herself tint was a victim of foul
play is the conclusion reached by
York county officers after a search
The further the investigation
progresses, tl’."' more are they in
clined Id discount the suicide theory.
Amcng the eireustnnees, leading
them to believe that Mrs. King met
death in the kitchen and that her
body was carried to the out build
ing alter Mightfi’l, l; the finding ot
blood stains on the walls of the
kitchen, on the legs of a table and
< n a table cover in the room. Few
if any blood marks are discernible
m the floor, a part of which had
been scoured cr mopped a short
time h-fetc that investigators in
rpc-ted it. They noticed a wet
broom standing in a corner.
t?!i cd Stains.
O.her ei.cumstnnees that arc be
is ,11 nirntlon are apparent
bleed . t. intd men's underc.oihiug
In the bottom of a trunk. The pa
pers uml c-othint are now In the
possession of Solicitor J Lyles
Glenn of Chester for the purpose of
a laisetoscopic e xamination by a
With these findings known and
dftia.ed, the village of Sharon,
seven miles west of York, is keyed j
up with excitement and can hard
ly v, it for the inquest to be held j
Monday morning. At this hearing'
v ill be given the testimony of Drs.
J. H. Save and C. O. Bunns o!
Sharon, who'conducted the autopsy
after the body had been removed to
Kings Mountain. N. C. for burial.
Wlilie they have made no official
statement, it is known that they
will testify that they found indica
tions of poison in the stomach and
that there were no fractures ot ttie
I49I Seen Itv Husband.
The last .person to see Mrs. King
alive was fij^rhusband. Kate King,
who has been at the home of rela
tives In Shelby. N. C.. since the day j
after the killing. He says he was]
sick iu bed and that his wife gave.
him st dative at about JO o'clock?
and Ui'-n left ihc room. He ■ lept un
til 2 it) the afternoon. When she
did not return from school at the
Usual hour, he rays lie thought she .
was vi-itiii!- After nightfall, be-,
cptnir.:: alarmed at her absence, lie ,
got tip and sounded .am alarm. |
Ucarrher:- o n found har body. He
> ii3 summoned today to attend the
When the body v as lotutd the
lips were burned as it by an acid. r
The head was gashed and. the. hair
was matted with blood. Marks were
rbotu the threat not far from the
body was an empty bottle. She had
been dead six or eight hours, phy
sicians laid. The first theory was
that the gash had been caused by!
her fall after drinking an acid with
suicidal intent. The marks about
the throat were, accounted for by
the ■ opposition that after drinking1
the burning liquid she grasped her
throat in pain King said that she
had threatened to kill herself. She
lias been married to King about (
The aviators at the Cleveland
Springs airport anounce that the
parachute jump will be made at 3
o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday
P. O. S. Of A. Here
Takes New Members
New members taken into the lo
cale camp of the Patriotic Order
Sons of America here at the Friday
night meeting included: O. C.
Vaughn. C. E. Svveezv. C. E. Beam.
Melvin Hopper. Arthur Adams and
In addition to the business meet
ing several short talks were made
and refreshments served. The
numerous new members taken in
to the order here recently result
ed from a membership drive that
began the first of the year.
Honor Roll Of Mis*
Roberts’ Music Class
The following pie no pupils of Miss
Mary Adelaide Robers made the.
music honor roll for the past
Ethel Alexander. Sarah Esther
Dover, Ellen P’ord. Margaret Ford,
Germaine Gold. Earl Hamrick. jr„
Rebecca Hopper. Helen Jean Jord
an. Anna Beth Jones, Louise Jones,
Isabelle Lackey. Dc-rothy Leonard,
Marjorie Lutz, Mary Margaret Mull,
I Nancy McGowan. Colbert Mc
! Knight, Margaret Louise McNeelv.
■ Virginia McNeely. Ed Post, jr.,
I Jeanette Post, Esther Ann Quinn.
Cornelia Sparks, Lalcge Sperling,
Sarah Thompson. Jean Moore
Thompson. Mary Sue Thompson,
Aileen Webb. Hazdine Webb, Pan
tha Weathers, Faye Weathers,
| Catherine Wellmon.
Rev. R. M. Hoyle Is
111 At Spartanburg
The many trends of Rev. Robert
j M. Hoyle, veteran Methodist min
ister will regret to learn that he is
seriouly ill in a hospital at Spar
tanburg. S. C. Mr. Hoyle lives at
Kings Mountain is a lVtive of
Cleveland county and has held pas
torates throughout this section of
Kings Creek Native
Hurt In Car Crash
Gaffney, S. C.—J. B. Love, farm
er of the Kings Creek community,
is in a local hospital recovering
from severe cuts and bruises re
ceived Thursday afternoon when his
automobile turned over mi the road
between Blacksburg and Antioch
Baptist church. Mr. Love was rn
route to the church to attend fun
eral services for Siflord Love, of
York county, a relative, when the
accident happened. Two other
persons in his car escaped injury.
Hospital reports said Mr. Love's in
juries are not thought serious.
G. O. P. Ranks
(Continued front page one.)
that tills information was obtained
front Mr. Angell.
Mr. Angell, now in West Vir
ginia when asked immediately cor
roborated Mr. Smith's statement. He
said lie believed "it could be work
ed out with the Republican load
ers so that we could consolidate
forces with the Hoover Democrats ' j
"Certainly,'’ he said “I think wo j
can get. together with them. As
a matter Of political expediency it
wouldn't be any use for us to put!
up ionic i nr not satisfactory to1
them and J don't see how vlicy
could hope to successfully advane
a candidate unsatisfactory to us.
Mini) I*iilrons Have Their Homes
Wired—Two (»ir!s In ( ir
especial to The Star.'
Toluca, Feb. 1.—Toluca has let}
Hi" contract for electric lights. All j
the subscribers have their houses!
wired and hope to have power in a[
Mi.'-srs Melina Costlier and Helen!
Sain had the misfortune to be in a
ear wreck last Saturday night, w hile
they were returning from Shelby it) i
company with some others. They I
were badly bruised and shaken up. j
The other occupants were not hurt. [
Hey. J. W. Fitzgerald ot Fa listen j
itlso Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boyles were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Boyles on last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoyle were |
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Huffman on last Sunday. -
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Deal spent
the’week-end with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Deal of Bel
Miss Joyce Alwran of Morganton !
is at the home of her sister Mr. and
Mrs. C«us Sain who is sick with
flu. She came down to spend the
week-end and was taken ill.
Miss Corehe Hoyle spent last Siui
day with Miss Nora Costner.
Mesdainrs W. H. Young and M.
s. Boyles were Shelby shoppers
Mrs.. Trxie Boyles and children
spent the week-end in Shelby at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eskridge
Miss Inez Propst spent last Sat
urday night with Misses Pauline
and Melvina Lackey of Lincoln
Miss Ilene Bingham spent last
Sunday with Miss Millie Sain,
Miss Zrnnir Sain spent the week
end at the home of her sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Warlick of Casar.
Mr. Mull Improving.
Mrs. D. M. Mull and daughter
' lip.; Minnie. Mrs. S. A .Sain and
Mr A. A. Sain were at Morgan
ton hospital last Monday to see Mr.
If. M. Mull. He is getting along
Mr. and Mrs. Odus Sain and Mr.
Carroll Mull of Charlotte and Miss
Sadie Mull of Shelby spent last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. D. M, Mail.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Boyles and
children were diruier guests of Mr.
and'Mrs. Eskridge Hallman'of Shel
by last Saturday. /i
Miss Corenc Iloyle spent last
Saturday night with Misses Mary
and Joyce Ledford.
Miss Inez Propst accompanied by
Misses Pauline and Melvina Lackey
were dinner guests of Miss Florence
Sain last Sunday.
Miss Ivey Peeler and children
were dinner guests of her sister.
Mrs. Texje Boyles last Tuesday.
V,E RECOMMEND THE SLED A BECAUSE
IT IS A WATCH YOU CAN AFFORD. IT
WILL SERVE YOU AS WELL AS ANY ON E
COSTING MANY TIMES AS MI CH.
CONTRAST THE SMART LINKS, AND
USEFULNESS OF THE SLED A. THIS IS
WHY SLED A IS KNOWN FROM COAST TO
COAST AS THE WATCH OF DURABILITY
T. W. HAMRICK
Mr. rind Mrs. L M. Williams of j
Catawba county spent last Thurs
day night at the home ot Mr. and!
Mrs. J. C. Hoyle.
Mr. and Mrs. June Mitchem vis
ited last Sunday afternoon with I
Mr. and Mi's. Plato Ledford.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sain spent1
last Sunday with his mother Mrs. I
ThaRter Sain spent, last Sunday j
wilirM. I) Sain.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. C. Hoyle and J
children spent last Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. J. D. Hicks.
Mr. and Mrs. Guss Boyles spent
Sunday with their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Norman.
Mrs. Jane Mosteller spent Wed
nesday night with Mrs. Owen Sicgle
M s. Marvin King and little son,
Farl. spent Monday with Mrs. M. S.
Mr, and Mrs. Andy Willis motor
ed to Cherryville Tuesday to see
Mrs: West Willis who is very sick at
Betty Lou, the little daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Dennis Sain is very
sick. We hope she will soon be well
Trustee's Sale of Heal Estate.
Under and by virtue ot the nu-j
kority contained in a deed of i
list, executed by Ernest Hart, to!
the undersigned trustee, said deed |
of trust being dated Marcli 4th. j
1025. and recorded in the office of j
tlie Register of Deeds for Cleveland !
county. N. C., iii Deed Book 132,!
at page 381, secu-ing an' indebted
ness to J. B. Lowery and Wi'liam
Lowery, and default Having been
lade in the payment of said in
debtedness, and demand having
been made upon in" to execute the
trust, I will on Monday, March
4th, 1929 tit 12:00 o'clock noon, or
within legal hours, at the Court
louse door in Shelby, N. C.. sell
o the highest bidder, for cash, at
nublic. auction, those certain lots
r parre’s of land, described as fol
’ows: Situated in No. 3 Township,
in the town of Patterson Springs,
-nd known as Lots No's. 71 & 72
lying North of Kings' Mountain
Street, and West of Gum Street,
end Beginning at a stake, corner
n the Kings Mountain Street and
Gum Street, and running with the
West edge of Gum Street N. 17-30.
W 1°6 feet to a stake; thence N. I
35 W. 150 feet to a stake; thence
3. 17-30 W. 128 feet to a stake on
'forth edge of Kings Mountain
Greet; thence with North edge of
lings Mountain Street S 86-30 E
’50 feet to the beeinning, said lots
being shown on Plat of the J. J.
Wilkins property recorded in Book
‘TTY’ page 1. in the Register's of
of Cleveland county. N. C.
irhis the 4th, day of February,
FRANK L. HOYLE, Trustee. ,
SPECIAL BALE: MONDAY
and Tuesday—Royal Fruit Gela
tine and Royal Baking Powder: 6
packages ol gelatine 50r, 6 alum
inum molds free. Large can of bak
ing powder and $2 cook book for
74c.. Carolina Grocery Store. It 4p
FOR SALE: CIRCULATING
heating stove. New and will sell for
half ^pricc. Chas. W. Spake, Cleve
land Springs Road. It 4p
SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT OF
Trees, Pruning, cementing anu
falting. Also sell and set water
oaks under guarantee. F._ B. Put
nam, R-2, Shelby. tf4c
LOST: ABOUT TWO WEEKS
ago, red” hog, weighs about 100 lbs.
A. M. Dares, R-2, Moorcsboro.
LOST — COVER
for top on Chrysler
touring. Finder return
to Geo. Thompson’s
FOR SALE: JAMES GRAPE
vines, well rooted. Chas. W. Spake.
Cleveland Springs Road. It 4p
FOR SALE CHEAP: TWO
fancy mares, one good mule. Ad
dress J. L. Morgan, Clarrissa, N.
C. 4t 4c
WANTED TO DO YOUR FLOOR
surfacing. Old floors made new and
new floors neatly surfaced. I have
most up-to-date machine in town.
Frank M. Newtcn, Phone 456. 3t 4p
WANTED TO LEND $750 FOR
client on real estate. B. T. Falls.
FOR RENT: TWO OR THREE
rooms on Marietta Street. J. C.
Washburn, R-4, Shelby. 2t 4p
LOST: BUNCH OF KEYS
around Webb Theatre corner Sat
urday night. Reward if returned to
B. T. Gladden at Cleveland Cloth
Mill office. 4^
The first truck load of poultn
from Alexander county* to be so’.;
to the new killing plant at SalU
bury netted the growers 489.77.
In Beaufort county, where tobac
co growers recleaned and treat1
their seed last fall, they secure
better stands on the seed bed an
grew more vigorous plants.
Spring is just ahead and you will be in
terested in packing away those winter items
'n a place where they will be secure from the
avages of destructive moths. No place will
!;e so well suited to keep your garments from
'ust and moths-as a CERTIFIED CEDAR
We have a very complete line of chests in
the natural finish; also in walnut.
$7.95 t0 $27.50