Mrs. Nora Spake Is
Buried On Monday
Beloved Woman And Mother Of
S>i\ Children Buried At Ross
Mrs. Nora Dednidn Spake who
lives a few miles oast of Shelby
died Sunday a,' (lie age of 5(1 years,
ten months and 27 days and was
buried Monday at Ross Grove Bap
tist church where she professed j
faith in Christ in early life and
united with the church of which i
she remained a faithful and devoted j
member throughout life. The fu- |
i neral services ■were conducted by
j her pastor, Rev, H. E, Waldrop and
ja large crowd of sorrowing friends
Deceased was married to .J. S
Spake on January 23, 1830. lie pre
ceded lier to the grave ten ycais
ago. To this union were born six
children: Mrs. Maggie Sheppard of
Greenville, S C , Hesekiah who died
in infancy, W. M. Spake of RFD,
Shelby: Lee Spake of R-7. Shelby;
Battle Spake of R-l, Shelby: Mrs.
Laura Jane Camp, of R-7, Shelby.
Also surviving are the following
brothers and sisters: Mrs. J. Mon
roe Grigg. of Shelby. Rufus Deri■
mon. of R-2, Lawndale, Albert J
Dedmon, of Shelby. Monroe Ded
mon of Shelby R-8. Frank Dedmon |
of R-l, Shrtbv, Mrs. Cliarlic Slirp
pard of Grover and Ilrzekinli Dcd
mon of Sliclby
Serving as pall bearers were her
nephews Tom Dcdmon, F. S. Ded
mon, G. A. Spake. Irvin M. Spake,
Geo. D. Dcdmon und Andrew J.
Spake. Mrs. Spafce was a fine Chris
tian character and many floral tri^
bates attested the high esteem in
| which she was held.
Mr. Shearer apparently thought
the shipbuilding people were a
bunch of lambs.
Our tariff wall, too, is can. nig
quite a bit of wailing in certain
FOR YOUR FALL
HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS SEE
CLEVELAND HARDWARE CO.
BLUE GRASS AXES
We have any kind of Ax you call for. Any size or
weight, handled or unhandled.
WASHBURN’S PRICE IS ONLY $1.50 — SEE US.
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IS NOW IN THE
During the past week we have received the following
LADIES’ SILK DRESSES AND LADIES AND MISSES
COATS — PRICED FROM . $4.95 to $37.50
Complete showing of Wash Dresses, including a big ship
ment of the famous Betty Joyce line. Priced . .. 98c and up
Big lot Pleated Skirts and fancy Sweaters, in all new
shades. Just the thing to wear to the Fair.
. SADIES HATS in an endless variety of shapes and col
orings — Priced from. 98c to $6.00
In The PIECE GOODS Department we have on display
a large variety of New Silks and Wash Materials.
SHEETING Bleached and Unbleached — Window
Shades — Oil Cloth and many other items of interest.
COME TO SEE US IN OUR NEW HOME.
INGRAM - LILES CO.
In Gilmer’s Old Stand One Door B e lo w A. & P. Store.
Believes In Guano
This item, insignificant and un
important as it: may seem, might bo
entitled "Whv Cleveland County
Leads North Carolina in Cotton pro
duction ” A recent check-up reveals
that 570 carloads of fertilizer and
nitrate of soda have been shipp'd
into Lattimore this year for dis
tribution throughout the county’s
leading agricultural section.
New Method Making
Artificial Silk Is
Late Discovery Now
Arid Kvtrartrd Prom Vinegar Prac
tical For Producing New
that, the sour taste in vinegar wil
be used t o make better artificial
silk was made to the American
Chemical Society by Prof D. R.
Kcyc.s, of the University of Illinois
The sour substance with which
chemistry's magic touch may make
acid He told of a newly developed
process at Illinois for making i*.
developed in cooperation with E, P.
King and Sherlock Swain, of the
For making artificial silk it is
combined with cellulose to form
rcliulo.se acta to The and not
only makes vinegar's soiir taste, but
is the thing that turns good hard
elder into vinegar. It is part of
acetylene, the illuminating gas. In
cellulose acetate-form it makes the
non-explosive photographic film.
Finest Kind Of Silk.
“Tlie artificial silk industry," said
Professor Keyes, “has increased bv
leaps and bounds and the finest
type of artificial silk so far pro
duced is made from cellulose ace
The whole country. he added
would welcome a cheaper source for
acetic acid, now made principally
from acetylene, with some also made
from wood distillation. Grain alco
hol is another source from which
chemists have hern seeking com
mereinl methods of extracting
In grain alcohol the Illinois chem
ists have found their new process.
Instead of trying as lias been done
often heretofore to get, the acid
from the vapor of boiling alcohc!,
they found a way to get, it from
liquid alcohol which Prof Keyes
said gives a better yield "and is
thought to have distinct commercial
Sees New Motor Furl.
In a different paper. Professor
Keyes said that a special kind of
grain alcohol, named anhydrousthyl
“mixed with gasoline" will undoubt
edly become the standard motor
fuel of this country.
“The particular advantage of
anhydrous alcohol over the ordin
ary 95 per cent, kind." he said, "is
that it will mix in all proportions
with gasoline. It makes one of the
mast satisfactory motor fuels ever
produced in commercial quantities
from an economical standpoint.”
His paper was given to “publish
for the first time in this country"
records to prove that. Americans
were the first to develop this alco
hol on a large scale. It was once
used in the airship Shenandoah and
many automobiles and was dropped
when alcohol prices rose and gaso
Mull Gives Ground
For Church Building
Attorney O M. Mull has donated
a space of ground on his farm mid
way between Slielbv and Fallston
(or a church building to be known
as Mulls chapel. Wallace Grove
church in that community wrs
burned a few months ago and when
the congregation rebuilds, the name
w ill be changed to Mulls chapel to
honor the donor of the site and an
active Baptist layman. Rev. R. R.
Cook is pastor ol the church and
it w ill seek membership in the
Kings Mountain association when
the association meets next month.
Waldrop Resigns As
Pastor At Buffalo
Rev H K Waldrop has resigned
as pastor of the Buffalo Baptist
church. He now has three charges,
Elizabeth. Rass Grove and Eastsidc.
Mr Waldrop's subject for the
Sunday morning service at Eliza
beth Baptist church will be “Wh.it
God Said To Me "
Cotton was quoted at noon today
on N. Y exchange:
December 18 33. Yesterday's close ;
Journal of Commerce weekly re
view dated Mempln says frequent I
showers to locally hea\y rains |
tended to lower the grade of open
rotton and delay harvesting, ques
tionable whether they proved of
real benefit to crop except, over
parts of more northernly territory
where there are some prospects for
top crops, If subsequent weather
favorable. Hidden weevil damage
now coming to light. Merchants ab
sorb most of spot sales. Worth St.
tairly active. Look for market to do
better. There is much talk that next
government may even be smaller
than last. Clcvenburj.
SHliLgy, N. C, MASONIC building.
We Welcome Shoppers
Who Insist on the Most for Their Money because
We Have the Kind of Values That Please Them
Young Men’s Suits
in the New Fall Styles
The pleated, uttersall vest adds a distinct!?*
note to the smart lines of this two-button,
single-breasted suit with peak lapel jacket
Tailored to J. C. Penney specifica
tions, of quality fabrics in novelty
weaves, shadow stripes and fancy striped
Your choice of the medium and dark shade
of tan, grey, brown and blue. Outstanding
Extra P;.nt.,s at ?-i.on
The New September
They bring with them the new hit
personalities for Fall. Good lines,
proportion, balance—everything that
helps to make a hat right is here.
The Trend, at right, to
Let Us Be Your Hatter
Packed Full of
Satisfaction for Every Man
in This Community
A variety of new and at
tractive fancy patterns.
Plain whiles, tans and blues
also included in this offer
ing. All collar-attached
Boys’ Blouses and Shirts
Every Boy Needs Some for School
We have many exceptional values in boys’ blouses and
ehirts. Printed and fancy broadcloth of excellent quality.
White and a variety of colors. Shirts are made with collar
attached, just like Dad’s. The boys will like them. Mother*
I will like them, too, because they wear and wear,
Heavy Work Shirts
Compass” Make for Heavy Duty
Otrr "Compass" brand shirts are
worn by men who demand a lot of
service from a work shirt They
oevcr fail in the line of service, either!
Made of bine or grey efcambray or khaki
Jean with triple stitched bodies. Sizes liyi 1
to 17 including slim and extras.
The “Prep” Has His Day
At the Court of Style
This two-button, single-breasted model,
’ with either peak or notch lapel, was de
signed to combine that maturity of cut
with smartness of lines which the "Prep”
favors in his new suit.
In the season’s newest colorings. Ex
cellent value, at—
Sizes 13 to 18 Years
Every Suit with Two Pairs of Pants.
Soft Felt Hats
The newness of thesd
hats appeals to the young
man. They’re crusher
wei^t, have snap brims,
the favored narrow band
and come in Light Pearl o<
Sand shades for summer.
Men’s Dress Pants
Staunchly made, well-fitting pants of selected fab
rics, including worsteds, serges, cassimeres and cor
duroy. Variety of patterns in grey, brown, blue
and stripe effects. Drop in and look over these
*2.98 $3.98 $4.98
Our Own Exclusive Patterns
Exceptionally fine quality broad
cloth, printed in our own exclusive
patterns—and the designs are
the most attractive we have
With shirt collars or french
neck. These values are most
exceptional, as to -workman
ship, quality and trim—
Boys’ Sturdy Overalls
Are World-Beaters for
Just the right overall for the
boy on the job to make good.
Made just like our Men’s overalls,
and low priced at—
Amply cut and comfortable, of
i.20 fine yarn blue denim, with two
»et-in front pocketi, two hip pocket*
»nd watch bib pocket.
Double team legs, double ditched
seams thruout, high back style*. Sizes
4 lo 16 years. Value all the way. ^