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CERTIFICATE OF DISSOITTION.
Stale of North Carolina
Department of State
To Alt to Whom The** Present M»y Come
-tlreetlng
Where**. It apneers to my satisfaction
by duly authenticated record of the pro
ceedings for the voluntary dissolution
thereof by th* unanimous consent of all
the stockholders. dr oslted In my office
ih*t the Cute Power Line, Inc , a corpora
tion of this state, whose principal office
,» situated In the City of tiaelby, county
of Cleveland, state of North Carolina |J.
F. Luts being the agent therein and in
charge thereof upon whom process may
he served', has compiled with the re
quirements of chapter ?*, Consolidated
Statutes, entitled Corporations,•' prelim
inary to the issuing of this Certificate oi
Dissolution:
Nov therefore J, J A. Hartness. seere
t a ry of the state of North Carolina, do
hereby certify that the said corporation
did, on the ilhd day of January, 1831, file
in my ofllce a duly executed consent In
writing to the dissolution of said corpore
Uon, executed by all the stockholders
hereof, which said consent and the recon
of the proceedings of aforesaid are now on
i tie In my said of film as provided by law
In testimony whereof, I have hereto set
my hand and affixed my official seal at
Raleigh, this 3nd day of January. A. D
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J A RAE TNB88
Secretsty Of State
♦t Jan SB
Before I started taking
Black-Draught, three yean
ago, my health was very bad,”
writes Mrs. C. C. Canon, Wi
Concord St., Beaumont, Texas.
"I suffered constantly from
constipation. I had headache
when I got up in the morning,
and I felt dull and sluggish. I
hardly ate a meal that my food
agreed with me. Frequently
I would have gas on my stom
ach, and felt awful.
"I read about Black-Draught,
and I thought it might help
me. After 1 had taken it a lit
tle while, I felt much better.
It relieves constipation. I keep
it on hand so when I need a
laxative I will have it In the
three yean I have been taking
it, I have never found anything
as good for constipation.”
who are ran-5own, ner
vous or rotter every month, should
take Cardul. Used tor over SO yeant
SEMI ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND DIS
RlVSEMENTS OF NO. 3 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEN
ANCE FI ND FROM JULY I, 1930 TO JAN. 1, 1931.
Receipts
July 1. Balance.-..*1,732.26
Aug. 9, by Department of Revenue—motor tax ref. 14.75
Aug. 26, by Dept. Revenue—Motor tax refund_33.05
(Jet. 31, by total tax levy for maintenance _ 4,659.16
Dec. 23, by Department Revenue—Motor tax refund_38.10
Total Receipts -$6,477.32
Disbursements
Claud Nichols—-Labor ——---——--$47.95
Frank Roberts—Labor _-— -* -39.55
Jess Degree—Labor —-—--— 10.00
Standard Oil Co.—Gas _-.-67.71
L. U. Arrowood—Tiling ---7.20
Cleveland Hardware Co,—Tiling -»—-17.00
Farmers & Planters Hardware Co.—Tools---5.80
Carolina Tractor & Ecpiipment Co.—Repairs —_ 308.581
E. F. Craven & Co.—Blades____30.60
L. H. Patterson, jr.-—Teams $28.75; labor $48.00 76.75
W. E. Irvin—Labor — .9.00
! F. H. Lowery Sons—Labor---—.-b.,if>
IT. H. Lowery—Grading -----76.10
Clyde Kendrick—Top soiling ...— --—. 91.15
Claud Nichols—Labor --——.-53.20
Frank Roberts—Labor ......——-—--— 22.75
T. F. Bridges—Labor and team ——~--— -77.50
L. U. Arrpwood—Tiling—-~-19.20
Star Publishing Co.-—Publishing road report _—13.50
Standard Oil Co.—Gas. 98.38
A. A. Bettis—Labor and expense 69.23
J. L. Camp—Teams and labor-—50.38
D. E. Grigjg—Labor and team __--—*--— 11.00
I. J. Allen-Labor and team ________———-49.60
Jim Peak—Shop work -----2.30
J. Y. Kendrick—Team __.—.25.95
Gordon Ellis—Lumber ——- 11.52
J, C. .Bridges—7 days as Com. 21.00
T. F. Bridges—Labor and team-----29.00
A. A. Bettis—Labor and pay roll133.59
Fuller Borders—Team . -24.00
Cliff Lowery—Team and labor —,--50.00
H. Q. Kendrick—Team ——v-— -_22.80
Tom Lowery—Team ------__ 24.00
E. Q. Roberts—Labor - -- 6.37
J. C. Lowery—8 days as Com. -- --— _24.00
J. N. Kirkendoll—Team.....6.00
Joe Beam—Team - 22.00
W. D. Earl—6 days as Com. _——.18.00
Shelby Hardware Company—Supplies_—.--— 3.84
Claud Nichols—Labor -—-— -*-40.25
Standard Oil Co — Gas -___——_57.00
L. U, Arrowood—Tiling __—85.60
L. Y. Putnam—Labor____9.00
Claud Nichols- Labor __—--—-106.70
Cliff Lowery—Labor -------7.80
.loe Beam—.Labor __—— -- o.ou
J. J. Morehead—Labor _.—---2.20
Cossie Wilson—Supplies__1.50
Carolina Tractor & Equip. Co.—Blades and supplies __ 46.14
Shelby Hardware Co.-—Supplies-—-—-6.00
Standard Oil Co.—Gas_—...———--65.84
E. F. Craven Co.—Supplies ---....-33.60
A. A. Bettis—Labor and expens.es ...— 104.46
Cliff Lowery—Labor ...____20.05
J. C. Lowery—3 days as Commissioner ,__0.00
L. Y. Putnam—Dragging snow off road —-—-w 10.60
D. F. Bridges—Labor _——__— -... 11.25
J. C. Bridges—4 days as Commissioner ____12.00
II. Q. Kendrick—Dragging snow---—— 14.70
A. A. Bettis—Labor_____ 21.00
Claud Nichols—Labor . , -—-— 46.90
W. D. Karl—3 days as Commissioner ____9.00
Panther Oil & Crease Mfg. Co.—Grease 43.25
Standard Oil Co.—Gas : —-45.54
Carolina Tractor & Equip. Co.—Note at First National 637.12
J. A. Earl—Labor — -—-5.25
J. P. Hulsey—Labor ____16.00
Joe Beam:—Labor ______ 18.50
Cleveland County—Compensation ins. premium_... 51.70
Total Disbursements __. -—-- 3,224.65
Balance January 1, 1931_'___—3,252.67
, h $6,477.32
I. Mary E. Yarbrough, Treasurer of Cleveland County,
do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is true arvd cor
rect to the best of ray 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 AMD OIS~
BURSEMENTS OF NO. 7 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEN
ANCE FUND FROM JULY 1. 1930 TO JAN. 1ft, 1931.
Receipts
July 1, Balance ___$2,343.19
Oct. 31, by Total tax levy for maintenance -- 8,596.97
Total Receipts --— --— $10,940.16
Disbursements
The Dixie Culvert & Metal Co.—Armco piping $168.36
Chas. L. Eskridge—2 Ford motors and radiators 267.50
W. E. Walker—3 days service as Com. in July .__. 9,00
F. Y. Jones—Repairs and labor ....__—— 133.72
F. Y. Jones—July salary _...___. 125.00
M. M. Greene—4 days as Com. in July __-... 12.00
Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey—Gas and oil _153.00
i Forrest S. Crowder—3 days as Com.---9.00
| Robert Wilson—July salary--:__ 80.00
| Star Publishing Co.—Publishing report_-_10.00
j Standard Oil Co.—Gas acct. in August___*_46.62
; M. M. Greene—3 days as Com. in August -9.00
W. E. Walker—3 days service as Com. in Aug. .._9.00
L. E. Hoyle—Transporting prisoners ...— _84.00
F. Y. Jones—Labor and supplies —_*_170.99
F. Y. Jones—August salary___-_... 125.00
Forrest S. Crowder—3 Days service in August ___ 9.00
Robert Wilson—August salary__..._80.00
F. Y. Jones—Repairs and labor ____183.54
F. Y. Jones—September salary __.___ 125.00
M, M. Greene—3 days service as Com. in Sept._9.00
L. E. Hoyle—Transporting convicts ...__75.00
Wr. E. Walker—2 days service as Com. in Sept._._6.00
Forrest S. Crowder—2 days service as Com. in Sept. 6.00
Standard Oil Co.—Gas and oil for Sept...105.03
Robert Wilson—September salary ......._80.00
F, Y. Jones—Expense and labor for Oct._..._117.26
F. Y. Jones—October salary____..._125.00
L. E. Hoyle—Transporting convicts _____ 81.00
M. M. Greene—2 days sendee as Com. in Oct._II. 6.00
Robert Wilson—October salary____ 80.00
W. E. Walker- -i day r . r t Com. in Oct. 3.00
jborrest S. Crowder—1 day service as Com. in Oct. ... 3.00
[Standard Oil Co,—Gas and oil for October__^ 114.92
!P. Y. Jones—Supplies and labor _______ 96.25
F. Y, Jones—November salary___ 125.00
Bate Wright—Transporting convicts 20 days 60.00
M. M. Greene—2 days service as Com. in Nov._._6.00
W. E. Walker—1 day service as Com. in Nov._3.00
! Forrest S. Crowder—1 day service as Com. in Nov._3.00
Robert Wilson—November salary____80.00
[Standard Oil Co.—Gas and oil for Nov. ___ 68.51
W. E. Walker—1 day service as Com. in Dec._3.00
F. Y. Jones—Operating expen.se and labor in Dec._ 325.29
F. Y. Jones—December salary _____125.00
Dixie Culvert & Metal Co.—Culverts_50.40
Bate Wright—Transporting convicts___39.00
M. M. Greene—2 days service as Com. in Dec.__ 6.00
Forrest S. Crowder—1 day as Com. in Dec.__ 3.00
Robert Wilson—December salary_*_80.00
Standard Oil Co.—Gas and oil for Dec._150.92
No. 6 Township Road Com.—Prisoners Board July-Aug. 93.00
No. 6 Township Road Com.—Prisoners board Sept, __ 90.00
No. 6 Township Road Com.—Prisoners board in Oct._90.00
No. 6 Township Road Com.—Prisoners board in Nov. _ 90.00
No. 6 Township Road Com.—Prisoners board in Dec. 45.00
Cleveland County—Compensation ins. premium 86.92
Total Disbursements _1"____.___$4,320.22
Balance January 10, 1931 ____ $6,619.94
$10,940.16
T, 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 DIS
BURSEMENTS OF NO. 2 TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEN
ANCE FUND FROM JULY 1, 1930 TO JAN. 10, 1931.
Receipts
July 1, Balance . —. .__ $2,878.60
Oct. 31; Tax levy for maintenance— 6,522.13
*9,400.73
Disbursements
C. T. Putnam—Pay roll ___$88.00
C. R. Doggett—Gas__—-—_— _99.53
D. A. Lubricant Co. Inc.—1-2 drum lubricant ___49.81
C. I. Putnam—-Pay roll__—____99.00
C. I. Putnam—Pay roll__117.50
Anderson Tractor & Equip. Co.—12 road mach. blades 60.00
J. D. Elliott, jr.—8 days service since Aug. 1929 ___ 24.00
J. T. Gladden—Head blocks on culvert___14.46
C. I. Putnam—Top soiling red road (teams) ___ 250.10
C. I. Putnam—Pay roll —___*_126.50
Sam Smith—Top soil red road ____—___ 25.00
i'#-a snutn—Damage to corn -_._____a.uu
jC. I. Putnam—Pay roll_____125.25
(Cleveland Hardware Co.—Shovel___... 1.75
• 0. E. Ford Company—Cement_______6.50
Standard Oil Co.-^-Gas _____... 96.02
Star Publishing Co.—Publishing report_8.00
C. I. Putnam—Pay roll_.________104.50
Alvie Jones—Bridge repairs ____—_2.00
C. I. Putnam—Pay roll ..._______ 122.25
C. T. Putnam—Pay roll----115.50
Standard Oil Co.—Gas _____136.20
C. I. Putnam—Pay roll________95.55
C. 1. Putnam—Pay roll .....___93.50
B. B. Harris—Service as Commissioner ___ 15.00
C. I. Putnam—Pay roll__...._....___93.50
First Nat. Bank—Note for difference in tractor_991.73
B. B. Harris—Top soiling road—B. S.-Cliffside____ 28.25
F. M. Ledbetter—Top soiling roads___88.15
C. T. Putnam—Top soiling & tile B. Hamrick road __ 48.80
C. I. Putnam—Dragging snow______ 45.38
C, I. Putnam—Pay roll______115.89
E. W. Lipscomb—Road drag__...__ 4.75
Cleveland County—Compensation ins. premium__65.31
Ballentine Oil Company—Oil___... 39.25
Otho Hamrick—Top soil____ 9.00
J. R. Karri 11—Top soil____... 8.00
Total Disbursements ________.$3,416.84
Balance January 10, 1931 ____$5,983.89
$9,400.73
I, Mary E. Yarbrough, Treasurer of Cleveland County,
do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is true and cor- j
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.
Twenty-Five Million Children
In Public Schools Of America
In 1930; Many Teachers Study
High Schools Pupils In United
States Number Over Pour
Million.
Washington.—Public school en
rollment In the United States In
1930 was nearly 25,000,000, according
to estimates of the federal office of
education. The number of pupils in
elementary schools is placed at
about 21,370,000, and the number
enrolled in public high schools at
4.030.000.
' It is also estimated that there
were 848,500 teachers and >254,200
school houses. School expenditures
totaled $2,389,000,000. The pupils in
private and parochial schools, ele
mentary and secondary, numbered
2.704.000.
In reviewing high spots of the
educational situation for last jw,
the office of education reports an
overcupply of teachers which “has
become a matter of concern to
school authorities.”
Oversupply of teachers of liberal
arts subjects and of elementary
school work has in some places led
to stiffer requirements for entrance
to institutions where teachers are
trained and to higher requirements
for teachers’ certificates.
Normal schools are demanding i
such requirements as superior high I
school scholarship, good intelligence !
test ratings and other special tests.1
States and cities in increasing num
bers now require a minimum of
three years training in addition to
high schodl before granting certi
ficates.
Teachers Study, Too.
Teachers themselves a ,:arently
are busy enhancing their qualifi
cations, for 421,000 from the staff of
public elementary and secondary
schools took special courses last
summer, according to a cited survey
by the National Education associa
tion.
Public schools have been seeking
the aid of industries for organiza
tion of Industrial courses, the office
of education finds, and an example
of the increasing trend toward pro
viding courses of specific character
to meet needs for vocational train
ing is seen in the introduction of
courses in aviation in the public
schools of Buffalo.
More than a million persons are
counted as in vocational schools last
year, the federal board of vocation
al education has reported, including
170.000 learning farming. 250,000 tak
ing courses in homemaking and
625.000 learning Jobs in trade and
industry. Most of these folks were
'•i "chools ODerating under the”
' joint federal-state vocational edu
-Vat system.
Public school enrollment is being
affected by the declining birth rate.
The office of education does not
give figures to demonstrate that, be
yond pointing to the fact that in an
average group of Americans in 1915
five children were being born each
year, whereas in the same average
group in 1928 less than four were
being bom.
Provide More Playgrounds.
Thirty-Six states in 1930 made
provisions for adequate school play
NOTICE OF 8TOCKHOLDBES MEETING.
Notice is hereby given of the annual
meeting of the stockholders ot the Union
Trust company of Shelby, N. C., for the
election of dlrectore for the ensuing .eat
end for any other business coming beforr
the meeting at their banking house In
Shelby. N C. on Tuesday, January 30th,
1931 at 11 o'clock a. m.
FORREST ESKRIDGE. Cashier.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
Haying qualified as administrator of the
estate of Ida Hopper, deceased, late of
Cleveland county. North Carolina, this is to
notify all persona having claims against
the estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at his office In
Shelby N C., ou or before the 13th day
of January, 1931. or this notice will be
Pleaded In bar of their recovery. AH
persona Indebted to said estate will please
make Immediate paymrnt.
This 13th day of January. 1931.
FRANK L. HOYLE, Administrator of
Ida Hopper, Deceased. St Jan 13c
EXECUTOR* NOTICE.
Having this day qualified as executor of
the estate of Roasts Orlgg. deceased, late
of Cleveland county, North Carolina this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the state of said deceased to pre
sent them, properly verified, to the un
dersigned at Shelby, N C. on or before
the 14th day of December. 1931, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
This the 15th day of December. 1939
P F. GRIGG. executor of the estate
of Rossie Orlgg, deceased
Peyton McSwatn, Atty. 6t Dee 33e
EXECUTORS’ NOTICE.
Having this day qualified as executors
of the will of W. A. Proctor, deceased,
this Is to hereby notify all persons hold
ing claims against said estate to present
same Hemited and verified to the under
signed within twelve months from this
date or Una notice will be pleaded in bar
of any recovery; and this Is further to
notify all persona indebted to sold estate
to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned.
This the 26th day of December. 1930
SAMUEL PROCTOR, MARY PROC
TOR. Executors.
Newton A Newton, Attys. gt Dec29c
ADMINISTRATORS’ NOTICE.
Having qualified as administrators bf
Mrs. Vic Palmer (Mrs Joe Palmer) all
persons holding claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present same poep
erly proven to the undersigned ca or be
fore the 19th day of December, 1931. or
this notice will be pleaded la bar of any
right to recover thereon. All persons in
debted to said estate will please mate Im
mediate payment to the underslgnd.
Tfcia the lath day of December, 1110.
L. C PALMER and GOLEM Ah
BLANTON. Admtn'stmtors
„ - .. Mrs/ vle p*l'n«r’s Estate
1J. r. Fails, Attorney. $1 Deg jj*.
Are You Sure You Are
"Mey I tut your tele
phone for 4 moment,
flense?”
Always Welcome?
Neighbors may borrow any
one of a hundred things the
best housewives run short of,
and still remain friendly, but
"may I use your telephone?”
is very likely to be considered
an imposition by your neigh
bors. If you had a neighbor
who persisted in borrowing
things and never returning
them, you’d probably at least
become impatient with that
neighbor. When you borrow
your neighbor’s telephone,
you are borrowing something
you cannot repay when you
haven’t a telephone of your
own.
Avoid embarrassment of this
kind by having a telephone
of your own. Find out, now,
how little it costs. Just call
the Business Office, or ask any
telephone employe.
SOUTHERN BELL
.Telephone and Telegraph Company
grounds and more than 60 cities
adopted five acres as a minimum
standard for elementary school play
grounds.
Many colleges and universities
developed summer camps in con
nection with coures in engineering,
geology, biology, botany; zoology,
physical education, recreation and
forestry.
Education of subnormal and ab
normal children has been receiving
especial attention, and a federal sur
vey disclosed 736 cities with a pop
ulation of more than 10.000 which
now have spo<S«. daises and schools
to handle children "deviating from
average capacity.”
Educational research has been
stressed, especially co-operative re
search, and it is pointed out that
congress has granted more than
J500.000 for three separate federal
surveys. The first, a national survey
of land grant colleges, was com
pleted last year, resulting 1800 pages
in two Volumes. Another survey,
looking into secondary education
and also made by the office of edu
cation, began In 1929 and will be i
finished In 1932. The third, a na
tional study of the professional edu
cation of teachers, was begun last
July and includes the sen 'inr of
brief questionnaires to a million
American teachers.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that we have
this day qualified as executors of the will
of A. C. Miller, late of Cleveland county.
N. C., and all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified to
present them to us properly proven ft
payment on or before December 22nd.
1931. or this notice will be pleaded In bar
of their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will make immediate payment
to the undersigned. This December 22nd
1930.
R. T. LeGRAND, R. L. RYBURN,
Executors of the trill of A. C. Mil
ler, deceased.
Ryburn <te Hoey, A ttys. 8t Dec 22c
EXECUTORS* NOTICE.
Having thi* day qualified as executors
of the will of Mrs. Jabes Hamrick, de
ceased. thl« is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against her estate to exrilb.
them to us. Itemized and verified, on or
before the 27th day of December, 1931, or
thla notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate payment
of such indebtedness.
This the 27th day of December, 1930, :i
JULIA A. McBWAIN. J BROADUS
HAMRICK, Executors.
Newton & Newton, Attysr 6t Dec29o!
I _:_:___;
BAKIN C
POWDER
It's
double
acting
25
OUNCES FOR
25*
MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED
BY OUR GOVERNMENT
Unintentional Suicide
Many people are slowly poisoning
themselves just as surely as if they
drank iodine every morning for break
fast. They are daily absorbing the
toxins, or poisons, created by accumu
lated waste matter in their constipated
digestive systems. Sooner or late -
disease will conquer their weakenc.1
bodies.
It you have headaches, coated ,
tongue, bad breath, no appetite,
bilious attacks, you arc probably
suffering from self poisoning cause !
by constipation. A relief for thu
condition is Herbine, the vegetable
cathartic which acts in the natural
way. Get a bottle today from
Paul Weob and Son and Cleu.
land Drug Co.
f. . >
T. W. Ebeitoft
Grocer and Book
Seller
Phone — 82
Have Your Eyes Examined
Regularly
DRS. H. D. & R. L.
WILSON
OPTOMETRISTS
Office Over Paul Webb &
Son's Drug Store
DAN FRAZIER
^ivil Engineer And
Surveyor
Farm Surveys, Sub-divis
ions, Plats and General
Engineering Practice.
- Phone 417 -
FOR 60 DAYS I
REDUCTIONS
FROM
10c 0 15c
ON EVERY PAIR OF
HALF SOLES AND
HEELS.
Reductions effective
Tomorrow, Saturday,
January 17.
LANDIS
SHOlt SHOP
Third Door From
Western Union
West Marion Street,
SHELBY, N. C.
firm rp
We Piil Any
Doctor's
PRESCRIPTIONS
SUTTLE’S
For A Registered
Druggist
PHONE 370
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QUEEN CITY COACH LINES
FOR, ASHEVILLE, CHARLOTTE, WILMINGTON
FAYETTEVILLE.
FOR ASHEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
POINTS:
Leave SHELBY:—9:45 a. m.; 3:45 p. m.; 8:45 p. m,
FOR CHARLOTTE AND INTERMEDIATE
POINTS:
LEAVE SHELBY:—7:50 a. ra.; 10:50 a. m.; 12:50 p.
ra.; 4:50 p. m.; 9:50 p. ra.
FOR WILMINGTON AND INTERMEDIATE
POINTS:
LEAVE SHELBY:—10:50 a. m.;
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POINTS:
LEAVE SHELBY‘7:50 a. m.; 10:50 a. m.:
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