North Carolina Newspapers

    SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND DIS
BURSEMENT OF NO. 6 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEN
ANCE FUND FROM JULY 1, 1930 TO JAN. 5, 1931.
Receipts
July 1, Balance ____? 8,139,08
Aug. 4, By County Bridge Fund—July convict ex. 295.00
Aug. 30. by No. 7 Hoads—July & Aug. prisoners board 93.00
Sept. 1, by County Bridge Fund—Aug. convict board _ 21G.50
Oct. 4, by No. 7 Roads—Sept, board 6 prisoners_90.00
Oct. 8, by County Bridge Fund—Sept, convict board _ 270.50
Oct. 11, by Dept. Revenue—motor tax refund-204.05
Oct. 31. by total tax levy for maintenance —21,213.19
Nov. 1, by No. 7 Roads—Oct. board 6 prisoners __90.00
Nov. 3, by County Bridge Fund—Oct. convict boar d 182.50
Nov. 10, by C. S. Young—scraper 25.00
Dec. 1, by County Bridge Fund—Nov. convict board _ 421.00
Dec. 1, by No. 7 Roads—Nov. board pris%iers __ 90.00
Dec. 6, bv E. F. Craven Co.—freight on equipment_84.00
Jan, 5, by County Bridge Fund—Dec. convict board .. 363.50
Jan. 5, by No. 7 Roads—Dec. board prisoners 45.00
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'Total Receipts .
$31,872.32
$57.
Disbursements
T. P. Eskridge—grocery bill ——
Stephenson Drug Co.—drug bill -----12.
Riviere (Jil Company—gas and oil---399
Marvin Blanton—2 days time as Comrar.-— 10.
Mike L. Borders—3 days time as Commr. —— 15.
Tom Cornwell—1 days times as Commissioner-—- 5
Clyde Poston—salary, Sun. guard & freight refund „ 137,
Will Devine—salary _—-— 90.
Arthur Moss—salary —-—-30
Tom Moore-—salary --—-— -—— 80.
1'. IL Lutz—Salary *----90
<iood-V. il Lubricating Co.—grease- 11“
.'vat Bowman Coal Co.-—coal — -— 13
Z. B. Weathers & Sons—piping
16.
15
9
Paul Poston—repairing truck--—-- - 27
MojW: & Stewart—parts for truck ——-- 1
i amobell Department Store—shoes ——— --- 40.
K. F. Craven Company—blades — -*•— 36.
A. Blanton Grocery Co—Groceries-loO
W C Lipscomb—shop bill --—— *-0
uc i n Bell Tel. & Telegraph Co.—phone service-j
cite ot Siielliy—water and lights ——■
Carolina-Trac. & Equip. Co.—plow points
I 'haHcH L. Eskridge—truck repairs —
Shell x- Radiator Co.—radiator repairs ———--- A*
Southern Cotton Oil Co.—guano 1»
lo v \V. Spangler—corn meal -———
Star Publishing Co.—pub. report & prisoner records 38
1' e\ eland Hardware Co.—Hardware bill ———— JU;
Cr-avford Chevrolet Co.—Truck repairs
C arolina Oil Co.—Gasoline -——
Louie Ellis—9 days cooking —i.— ——r——
I-;. F. Craven & Co.—tractor, road machine & main. 3,bU».
Will Devine—Sunday guarding -——------ * •
Wi I Devine—August salary ---- *
Toni Moore—August,salary
Arthur Mess—August salary ...
T. H. Lutz—Salary ——----------—
Clyde Poston—Salary and advance to cook —
Tom Cornwell—2 days time as Commr. ——-—
Marvin Blanton—2 days time as Commr --------- ™
Mike L. Borders—3 days time and frieght refund —--^9
Riviere Oil Company—Gas --- “ _
<-. M. Peeler—Extracting teeth for convict --,
\ Blanton Grocery Co.—Grocery bill —- --
CRv of Shelby—'Water and lights ---—..
Z B Weathers & Sons—Piping .—— “2
<Juinn s Drug Store—Drug Bill ———— 1
Shelby Radiator Co.—Welding-—. " 4
V,h C. Lipscomb-—Shop bill ----- •>
Cleveland Hardware Co.—Hardware bill- '
R. E. Carpenter—10 dozen half hose —- ^
Nat Bowman Coal Co.—Coal —--"" r.o
Campbell Department Store—Grocery bill ^
Stephenson Drug Go. -Drug bill ---
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Frank Cornwell-Milk for July and August
J. C. Penney Co.—40 pairs shoes
Arthur Moss—-Night guard
Tom Moore-—Guard
67
80
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90
Will Devine—Guarding -----—- 90
T IF. Lutz—Guarding-—— 125
Clyde Poston—Guarding -- 15
Mike L. Borders—3 days itme as Com.. R
T ,m Cornwell—1 days time as Com. --.-.5
Marvin Blanton—1 days time as Com. ——— — — ^
Shelby -Corn Mill—Corn meal — 60,
1 p Champion—2 drums oil —- ,-q
JaShe?“1 * Grease Mfg. C0.-S drums grease •<*
Clint W'ellmon—32 gallons^ mdk
City of Shelby—Water and hghts —-—— lg
Cleveland Hardware_Co.—Hardwaie - ——.——
Moore & Stewart—Truck repairs-"'""""119
Armour & Company—Supplies^ —2
Shelby Vulcanizing Co.—Repairing tube-- ?
Sdolby Hardware Co.-Grates^--—------------ 3
Campbell Dept. Store
Standard Machy. & Equip. Co.—Brake lining 12
Riviere Oil Cornpany-^a^lm^---------------^ g2
Dellinger’s Model Grocery—Groceries ————
Joe W. Spangler—Corn meal-_—.- - - 3
Shelby Radiator Co.—Welding —-.. 13
Nat Bowman Coal Co.— tons coal ' 6
W. C. Lipscomb—Shop work 5
Stephenson Drug CoL"Dro^nf;e;“" "'"""11*191
A. Blanton Grocery jCo.—Supplies ~~ 12
Chas L Eskridge—Truck repairs ----
Anderson Tractor _&EquipA Co.—bal. trac. & mach. 1,413
Clint Wellmon—Milk for October --- t2
Fred Blanton—Dragging road in October. ..
Arthur Moss—Salary for night guard
Will Devine—October salary.-..“ft
Tom Moore—October salary.——...
T. H. Lutz—October salary —r-.--"""m."!!?
ciyde Poston—Oct. salary, Sunday guard, frt. ref. etc. 164
Z. B. Weathers & Sons—Piping —------------ a
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.—Telephone — 9
Armour & Company—Meat in October rr..
Riviere Oil Company—Gasoline and oil - — - 166
E. F. Craven Company—Road machine blades ———ol
Campbell Dept. Store—Flour and matches-s-11
City’of Shelby—Water and lights-a-24
Georgia-Carolina Oil Co.—£ drums oil --136
Nat Bowman Coal Co.—3 tons coal .. ..19
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I W. C. Lipscomb—Shop work _6.50
('. M. Pooler—Dental work for convicts_5.00
1 Moon* & Stewart—Truck parts _---5.40
Tom Cornwell—2 days time as Com. _______-.___ 10.00
Mike L. Bordtrsr~3 days time as Com. — :___ 15.00
Ik F. Seism—Harness repaif --...__7.25
M. A. McSwain—Groceries _____—___-■.-___ 15.65
Frank Cornwell—Milk ----.__—28.20
Stephenson Drug Cp.—Drugs------1.9.65
|A. H'anton Grocery Co.—-Groceries___Ufm 128.15
Joe W. Spangler—Corn meal --— _ 57 80
Cleveland Hardware Co.—Hardware —-1.75
Clint Wellmon—Milk ...... 14.80
D. V. Jones—17 days guarding _* 54.00
Arthur Moss—Night guard_____—_80.00
IT. H. Lutz—November salary__--90.00
Tom Moore—November salary ..80.00
Will Devitie— November salary ____.... 90.00
'Clyde Poston—Nov. salary and freight refund-145.82
Crawford Chevrolet Company—Parts ..i- 5.80
Charles L. Eskridge—Truck parts ....—-:•-2.25
Moore & Stewart Supply Co.—truck parts_—-22.48
Nat Bowman Coal Co.—9 tons coal __ —-—_ 77.57
Frank Cornwell.—Team plowing _--1-.... 2.80
Cleveland Hardware Co..—Hardware _______—-29.75
Julius Cosby—Hauling sand_---—-3.40
Spurgeon Cline—Hauling sand __i-6.80
-Joe W. Spangler—Corn meal ---__-_ 57.50
W. C. Lipscomb—Chop work---- 17.00
Riviere Oil Co.—Gas and oil __—-___-—251.55
C. M. Peeler-Dental work --—--— --______ 5.00
A. Blanton Grocery Co.—Grocery supplies___ 211.40
M. A. McSwain & Son—Groceries ___—_____________ 48.00
J. G. Dudley, jr.—Plumbing ._.-.-,-6.45
Shelby Supply Company—Hardware ...—____ 15.27
F. II. Ross & Co., Inc.—60 Chatham blankets____ 90.00
Good-Wri Lubricating Co. 2 1-2 drums oil ___—--87,89
J. C. Weathers—Drilling holes _________ .75
FI F. Graven Company—Road machine blades _—__ 43.74
Tom Cornwell—2 days time as Com. ____—10,00
Mike L. Borders—3 days time as Com.-- 15.00
Standard Maehv. & Eouipment Co.—Gasket and spring 8.80
Stephenson Drug- Co.—Drugs — ______ 27.80
Southern Bell T. & T. Co.—Telephone service_4.00
City of Shelby—Water and lights _____--”5.41
Clint Wellmon—Milk for December -—._w.18.G0
Fred Blanton—Dragging road .80 hours___ 21.00
Paul Weathers-—Hauling soil ______________——__ 27.13
D. V. Jones—December guarding _____ 54.00
Arthur Moss-Night guard _j_—_______ 80.00
Tom Moore—Salary for guard ____________________. 80.00
T. H. Lutz^-December salary ----______ 90.00
Will Devine—December salary__;--—__ 90.00
Clyde Poston—Refund hauling top soil ____—.—-12.03
Clyde Poston—Salary & freight ref. & truck Nos._140.48
Mike L. Borders—3 days time as Com. ______________ 15.00
Tom Cornwell—2 days time as Com. ________-- 10.00
Harry Gallimore—Hauling soil ___.__—12.78
Campbell Department Store—Oil cloth and sox__ 6,00
Quinn’s Drug Store—Drugs----8.80
A. Blanton Grocery Co.—Supplies —________ 163,57
Z. J. Thompson—Lumber --- 21.90
Chas. L. Eskridge—Truck parts _______—__________ 1.90
Stephenson Drug Co.—Drugs--:—_____—__ 4.40
Farmers & Planters Hardware Co.—Plow shares --.90
City of Shelby—water and lights________________ 36,87
Shelby Radiator Co.—Welding Oct. & Nov._______3.25
Shelby Radiator Co.—Welding December____4.75
Rivierer Oil Company—Gasoline _____________—__ 322.50
L. S. Brown—Convict Clothing____ 252.50
Armour & Company—Fat back meat_________50.27
Shelby Printing Company—Printing 3.75
Ryburn &. Hoey-—Annual retainer __--25.00
Frank Cornwell—Milk in Nov. & Dec.______'23.40
Moore & Stewart Supply Co.—Truck parts_;_ 23.15
L. A. Cabaniss—Hauling soil ______ 13.85
Standard Machy. & Equip. Co.—Truck repair_.____ 8.85
W. C. Lipscomb—Shop work ___ _6.55
Joe W. Spangler—Corn meal ______ 31.4”
M. A. McSwain—Groceries and flour ______54.85
Lawson Tesneer—Hauling soil _____ 8.58
George Magness—Hauling soil ___ 13.65
Cleveland Hardware Co.—Hardware____ 37.55
F. H. Ross & Co.. Inc.—Clothing...133.00
Clinchfield Fuel Company—Coal 55.20
County Bridge Fund—Compensa. Ins. premium_132.84
Total Disbursements________ $14,912.08
Balance January 5, 1931 _____ 16,969.24
$31,872.32
I, Mary E. Yarbrough, Treasurer of Cleveland County,
do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is true and cor
rect to the best of my knowledge and belief.
MARY E. YARBROUGH, Teasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of
January, 1931.
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior Court.
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND D1S
BURSEMENTS OF NO. 8 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEN
ANCE FUND FROM JULY 1, 1930 TO JAN. 3, 1931.
Receipts
July 1, Balance —.— —___■ $299.54
Oct. 11, by Department Revenue—Motor tax ref._68.40
Oct. 31, by Total tax levy for maintenance____ 5,291.12
Dec. 16, by Department Revenue—Motor tax ref._20.80
_-Total Receipts $5,679.86
Disbursements
Anderson Tractor & Equip. Co.-—Note & interest—- $924.18
The Stamey Company—Labor and .supplies_1,157.80
L. U. Arrowood—Tiling_ 44.80
The Stamey Company—Labor and supplies__ 408.22
The Stamey Company—Labor and supplies___ 180.23
Cleveland County—Compensation ins. premium_62.54
Total Disbursements — „__—_,_$2,777.77
Balance January 1, 1931______$2,902.09
$5,679.86
I, Mary E. Yarbrough, Treasurer of Cleveland County,
do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is true and cor
rect to the best of my knowledge and belief.
MARY E. YARBROUGH, Teasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of
Januarv, 1931. '
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior Court.
— MORE ROAD REPORTS TO FOLLOW MONDAY —~
5,000 Homes Receive The Star Every Other
Day—Mr, Merchant Get Your Message To
The Home Through The Star—You Will Get
Results That Will Satisfy.
Mt. Sinai News
Of Current Week
! - Special To The Star
i Shelby. R-2, Jan. 14.- The W. M.
: U. met at the church Sunday alter
I noon at two. oclock, t he following
' new officers were elected for the
. next year: Mrs, Ruben MeSwain,
jpresl; Mrs. Mtler Ellis, vice pres.:
|Mrs. Leo Putnam, sec. and trea
• These women are planning greater
| work thts year than ever before.
The Senior B. Y. P. U. met Sun
! day night at six-thirty . The follov -
ling new officers were elected: An
drew Hunt, pen Director; Miss Ocir
| Putnam, President; Miss Ruth Hunt
• vice-president Miss Rlieanier Clary-.
I secretary; Miss Edna Putnam, treas.
I Mrs Durham Bridges. Bible quiz,
j leader; Miss Edna. Putnam, plan ;'
! Mr. Hythe Pu'nam. cljolster; Group
captains, Misses Nora and Vernia
j Kilts, Rheamcr Clary and Mr Way ny
I Hunt.
j The Woman's club met Tuesday
afternoon at the heme of Mrs. F. B.
[ Putnam. After the business meeting
u very interesting and helpful dis
cussion on Gardening was enjoyed.
We are glad to welcome into our
community. Mr, and Mrs. Perry
White and family who . recently
moved Into the house where Mr.
and Mrs. Reggie Weaver formerly
lived on Mrs. J. H Rollins farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Lebron Rogers and
children were callers in the Flint
Hill community Sunday.
Mr and Mrs, Durham Bridges
and children visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Rollins Sunday
afternoon, also Mrs. David Hardin
and Miss Madgeline Hardin called
during the course of the evening.
Mrs. David Champion spent sev
eral days last week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Clarence Self of Shelby
who has been sick.
Misses Vern.fi and Nell Ellis were
the dinner guests of Miss Rhn
Hunt Sunday.
Among those who were callers at
the home of Mr. and Mrs, Gordon
Ellis Saturday night were: Mr. and
Mrs, Lebron Rogers and children,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bridges, Mr. and
Mrs. Yates Putnam and Mr Elmo
Bridges
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Weaver, Miss
Norlne Rollins and Mr. Harold Cog
gins of Gaffney spent Sunday aft
ernoon with Mrs, J. H. Rollins and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins
and son of Shelby -were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hawkins on
Wednesday night.
Mr. Cline Harrill who has been
-pending several days with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harrill, re
turned to resume Ms work at
Chapel Hit Ion Monday.
Mr. and Mis. J. D Branton are
spending some time w'th the form
ers parents near Shelby.
Miss Ruth Hunt was the guest of
her sister, Mrs Dewey Rollins Sat
urday and Saturday night.
Mr. C. T. Fills visited his brother
Mr, R, F. Ellis of Shelby on Thurs
day night.
No. 1 Tcwnsh'p
News Of Week
No. 1 Township, Jan. > 14.—Rev.
Walter Boone filled the regular ap
pointment. of hLs father at Camps
Creek Sunday nifjht. A splendid ser
mon was delivered.
There will be a ringing at Lavoma! ^
church Sunday evening. Professor !
Wade Humphries of Gaffney will be 3
in charge. Everyone is invited to at- |
tend.
The Home Demonstration club |
met with Mrs. W. W. Hawkins last | 1
Wednesday evening A large crowd 11
j was present j.f
Mr. Archie Humphries of Mt. j |
Pleasant was the guest of Mr. Em-j j
mett Byars Saturday night arid was J i
the Sunday night guest of Mr.. J
Richard Earls.
Misses Reba Hamrick and Buena (1
Davis spent the latter part of last, J
week with Mrs. Blane Davis at j
Boiling Springs.
Miss Elolse Hamrick was the
j guest of Miss Wilma Horton of the j
! Ashworth community Saturday
! night.
j Miss Exie Humphries spent last j
week with Mrs. Joe Painter near !
jchesnee. j
| Miss Mayme Earls was the din- i
'ner guest Sunday of Miss Ini Me- i
Swain. \
j Misses Minnie Greeii and Martha
j Ellison had as their guests Sunday
[Misses Georgia and Alta Hum
phries.
j Visitors at the home of Guy1
j Humphries Sunday were Mr, and j
Mrs. Robert Jolly. Mr. and Mrs.
Therman Byars, Miss Werica Hum-!
phries, Mr. Leny McCraw and Mr.!
Plato Allison.
Mr and Mrs W, W. Hawkins j
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. 11
and Mrs. M. R. Earls. j j
Miss Mary Louise Huskey nnd ,
1 Mr. Horace Hamrick were the 1
! guests Sunday of Misses Rosie and j
iLueile Huskey.
Mrs. R. C. Humphries is visitin'1
her daughter, Mrs. John A
near Rtilbuek, S. C
Mr. Richard Ear Li is spending this
week with Mr. Archie Humphries of
Mt. Pleasant. >
■Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Byars and lit
tle son. Emmett, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Rome Davis Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hawkins •
who-have recently moved to the Ed j
Mcpraw farm entertained a num
ber of .voting people at their home
.Friday 'night; A good time a ns re
! ported by all
Mr, and Mr? Ernest Halley of
! OUffslde have moved to the Wade
jjohex farm
Mr mid Mr?. Ernest Halley were
the Friday night guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Hester Hailey.
Those on the sick list this week
are Mrs C. Jones, Miss Hare! Me
Craw. Miss Idly Halley and H. H.
Davis.
Mr*. Lee Entertains
With Quilt’ng Party
Mrs. C. O. Lee entertained her
friends with ft quilt tug party on
Wednesday, January 14 Those pres
ent were as follows: Mrs. Clarence
McIntyre. Mrs. Bird Melton, Miss
Bonnie I.ee Jones, Mrs. John Blan
ton. Mrs. J. G, Lovelace. Mrs. J. S.
Gillespie, Mis£ Julia Jones, Mrs
W. W. Humphries, Miss Ruth Hum
phries, Mrs., J. L. McSwaln, Mr».
Fred Greene, Mrs. Dixon Beaver,
Mrs. W. 3. Davis. Miss Se.'ma Davie,
Mrs. J. D. Lee. MLses Reba and
Mary Lou Lee, Mrs. Grady Brooks,
Mis. Lane Brooks, Mrs. B. B, Moore,
Miss Reba Moore, Mrs. Plato Lee,
Aunt Patin Hamrick, Mrs. 8. W.
Greene, Mrs. Lula Hamrick, Mrs.
Nash Magness, Mrs. Bate Blanton,
Mrs. Truman Davis, Mrs. Bray
Brooks, Mrs. Jap Lee, Mrs. John VV
.Tones. A bountiful dinner was serv
ed.
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The nyn ol ' Quality
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Eagle Brand Meal — 10 lb. Pkg. ...29c
Snow King Baking Powder - 25-oz. can 23c
CHECK THESE SAVINGS!
Cleen-Made Macaroni
Noodbs or Spa
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LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTES
2 LARGE PACKAGES.25c
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Irish Potatoes
No. 1
Cobblers
10 Lbs. 29c
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LETTUCE — Firm IceLergs —- Head .. 10c
CABBAGE — New Te:;as Green, lb. .5c
ORANGES — Florida-—Dozen.... 12c
Peaches,
Evaporated
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2 Lbs. 25c
Choicest
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Kitty Hawk Stick Blu.*ng-3-5c sticks ... 10c
RED DEVIL LYE - 15c Size. 10c
BLUE KROSS TOILET TISSUE
3 ROLLS FOR .. . 25c
Four String Brooms Each 29c
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FOR OVER 50 YEARS!”
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2 Medium Cakes .15c
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Package .. 9c
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