m£ w,s mks* rknn uhlm Ed<t°r'
ralephone me star No. *-J Bach Morning 8 io 13 Ocloolc
lira. Drum can na reacnec at nar noma, Phone 713, aliernoon and mgh'r i
Bless me, Father, for I have sinned
t Rave my love to an Infidel.
I put my faith In the wandering
I loved a mocker, and loved him
He took the veils from off m.v head
He raised me high, that had knelt
"Give over brooding now,” he said
••The world is sweeter than you
X let hi mdraw me far away
Prom every hidden holy place
I walked into the light of day
My soul fell from Its state of grace
X put my faith in the wandering
I put my ear to the hearts of men
Before strange Idols I bowed and
I bowed, and fled and returned
Bay no word of the penalty
For aims like mine. 1 know it well
Meat me. Father, and pray for me.
My heart'* ablaze, for an infidel,
A golf luncheon will be held on j
Friday at 1 o'clock at the Country
club house Those wishing to mate
reservations will call Mrs Ben F
Mr*. Id MeOarry
T* fiitf Tea.
Mr* Ed McCurry will be hostea*
at, an afternoon to* *t the Country;
Club house on Wednesday afternoon
from K:90 to 1 30 oclock honoring
her fueet. Mr*. Frank Ootwell, of
F#r Team Set.
Mr. John Moyle, son of Mr end
Mr* F. 1* Hoyle, entertained a
number of friend* at a delightful
informal party on Friday evening
About SO member* of the young set
were present. Dancing was enjoyed
on the porch and games were played
on the lewn during the evening
The hast was aesiated In entertain- j
mg by hi* mother. Mr* Hoyle. Mis.
Marietta Hoyle and Mrs M R Ban
Punch and cake* were served
Mr and Mrs Ed McCurry *nd
their guest. Mr*. Frank Colwell, of
Clinton, will be guests of Mr and
Mrs. Frank Patton at Morganton at
dinner tomorrow evening
Mr and Mr* McCurry and Mr*
Colwell, with Misses Betty and
Nancy Buttle. Mesa* Theos Hopper
and Bill Pendleton. Mi and Mrs
Hop Auatell. and Mr and Mrs Es
ley Pendleton made up a house party
at tha Hopper cottage *t lake l,lire
over the week-end.
Mr*. Gregory Entertain*
Far Two Bona
Mrs. A. E. Gregory entertained at
« small party on Thursday afternoon
m celebration of the birthday* of
her two srftall sons Gene two years
old. and Tommy, four years old
Twelve little friends were present
and games were played on the lawn
during the afternoon. Each of the
children received a number of nice
gift* Dixie cups, rakes and candy
were nerved. Mrs Gregory was as
sisted in entertaining by Mrs Yates
Blanton and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson
Rmall Bridge Party
Mrs. D. Robinson was * hostess at
bridge on last Wednesday evening at
her home in Hillcrest when she en
tertained In celebration of her own
birthday and that of Mrs Yates
McSwain. Bridge was played at three
table* during the evening and when
score* were added Mrs. John Wash
burn received high score award for
ladies, which was a manicure set
Mr. Dean Duncan was given a car
ton of cigarettes at high score aw ard
for gentlemen. Mr*. Robinson pre
sented Mrs. McBwain with a dainty
piece of lingerie as an honor gift An
ice and sweet course was served *t
the cloee of the evening.
Him Campbell h
Miss Elisabeth Campbell was a
gracious hostess on Friday when she
entertained at a bridge luncheon at
her home on W Warren street
honoring the house guests of Miss
Mary Lineberger, Misses Erm God
frey, Jean Ware, and Aileen Blowers
and atoo Misses Lena Ware and
Mary Faust Plonk, of Kings Mtn.
Miss Campbell received her guests
In a becoming sports frock of green
crepe. Bridge was played at four
tables. Miss Elisabeth Blanton was
awarded a pair of silk hose as firs'
prim and the second prise, a linen
handkerchief, went to Miss Louise
Miller. At the close of several pro
gressions the hostess was assisted
by her mother, Mrs. R. E. Campbell.
■tyi sister, Mrs. Esley Pendleton, in
serving a pretty three-course lun
3%0K Piayw* M*§*» God
frev. Blowers, Plonk, and Jean and
Lena Ware, also Misses Betty and
Nanry Buttle Mary Lineberger. Mary
Buttle, Alice Ooode King, Sara
Thompson] and guest, Carolyn Wrav.
of Bessemer City. Elizabeth Blanton
Louise Miller and Mabel Hord,
— -_—- ——
Mr*. Kaley Pendleton
I* Party Hostess
Mrs. E.vley Pendleton was hostess j
at a pretty party on Saturday aft - j
ernoon when she entertained at
bridge In compliment to Mrs. Prank
Colwell, of Clinton, guest of Mrs
Ed MeCurry, and Mrs Earl Larkin !
Walter Ramseur, Mrs. Pendleton re- j
ceived in a lovely afternoon dress of!
aqua marine blue, Mrs. Colwell had ;
chosen for the occasion a. frock of j
figured chlfion with which she wore
shoes and large hat of pale blue,;
Mrs- Larkin wore an attractive cos- |
t,ume in shades of tan Pour tables
were arranged for bridge and crystal
vases filled with pink roses center
ed each table Mixed flowers were
used as decorations. When scores
were added Mrs. Colwell was winner
of the high score award and Miss
Minnie Eddins Roberts of the second 1
high score prize Each of the hon
orees was presented with a linen j
towel The hostess was assisted by
her mother, Mrs R E Campbell,!
and sister. Miss Elizabeth Campbell 1
in serving a delightful salad course !
followed by an ice course with ac- i
Mrs Hugh Arrowood
A pretty compliment was paid
Miss Helen Schachner, of Monroe, on
Friday afternoon when her sister
Mrs. Hugh Arrotyood, and Mrs
Brady Dixon entertained at bndge
in her honor at the home of Dr. and
Mrs J 8 Dorton on N. 1,a Fayette
street Mrs. Arrowood received in an
afternoon frock of powder blue geor
gete; Mrs. Dixon wore, a pink geor
gette. and Miss Schachner was love
ly in a sports frock of ashes of roses
Bridge was played at seven tables
When score were added the high
score award, a linen towel, went to
Mrs. Hugh Miler. and the second
high score prise, a bridge set to Mis
Karl Larkin, of Chicago Miss
Schachner was given a double bridge
set as s guest price Miss Margaret
Wilson, of Gastonia visiting Mrs
Charles lever, was an out-of-town
A color scheme of pmk and green
was beautifully carried out Pretty
refreshment plates with sandwiches,
punch apd an ice and sweet course,
were served Mrs. J. 8 Dorton and
Mrs Lee Nolan assisted in serving
To Wrap Cotton in
This Co. in Cotton
ICON t'iNUKP FROM esO* ON*>
Mills, all of Gastonia. N C . Globe
Yarn Mills, the Catawba Spinning
Co . MI Holly, N C : Melville Man-]
ufacturing Co., Lincolnton, N C .
Lola Manufacturing Co.. Alba Twine
Mills, of Stanley, N. C.; American
Cotton Mills. I A 3 of Bessemer
City, N C , Lock Cotton Mills, ol
Concord, N C.: the Green River
Manufacturing Co. of Tuxedo. N
C ; Rocky Mount Milks, Rocky
Mount N. C ; Shuford Mills. ‘9
units) Hickory, N C ; Roxboro Cot
ton Mills. Roxboro, N C,; Pickett
Cotton Mills, High Point, N. C.;
Euo Cotton Mills, Hillsboro, N. C..
8tatesville Cotton Mills, Statesville,
N. C.; Wennonah Cotton Mills, Lex
ington, N. C , McAden Cotton Mill",
McAdenville, N C ; Erlanger Cot
ton Mills, Nokomis Cotton Mills,
Lexington. N. C; Hadley-Peoples
Cotton Mills, Silver City, N. C ;
Waverly Mills, Inc . Ml units' Lau
dinburg, N C.: Davidson Cotton
Mills. Davidson, N C : Cannon Mills
Kannapolis. N. C ; Caraleigh Mills
Co., Raleigh, N C.; Pomona Mill'.
Co. Greensboro. N. C : Chadwick
Hoskins Co, Charlotte (5 units1.
Hillside Cotton Mills. Elm City
Cotton Mills, Unity Cotton Mills,
Calumet Cotton Mills. Rockweave
Cotton Mills. LaGrange. GS.; Man
chester Cotton Mills. Manchester,
Ga; Milstead Mfg. Co., Milstead,
Ga ; Calumet Cotton Mills, Hogans
ville. Ga ; Perkins Hosiery Mills.
Columbus. Ga . Social Circle Cot
ton Mills, Social Circle, Ga
Mt. Vernon-Woodbury Mills Inc..
Columbia, S. C ; Republic Cotton
Mills, Great Falls, S. C ; Wallace
Mfg. Co, Jonesville, S. C.; Cheraw
Cotton Mills. Inc.. Cheraw, S. C;
Brandon Corporation, <4 units)
Greenville, 3. C.; Saxon Mills.
Spartanburg, S. C : Arcade Cotton
Mills, Rock Hill, S. C.; Carolina Tex
tile Corp, Dillon, S. C ; Chesnee
Mills of Spartanburg, S. C
Bald 8tudent: You say you can
recommend this hair restorer?
Barber, yes, sir. I know a man
who removed the cork from the
bottle with his teeth and within
twenty-four hours he had a mus
Slew Her Babies—6Ju
W ff *
Because "he decided that ' they were better off dead than poor," Mr«
Kfmice Bobbie" Foley (left), of San Francisco, Cal., chloroformed
er small son and dautfhter to death, and is now on trial, charred with
l*»r,r Jn“rd'r ,5rr*- I'’olf,.y >■' shown above in court with her attorney
hliaaoeth Cassidy, who is fightinjc her defense on a nlea of ‘'justifi
Modern Diet to Blame
For Defective Teeth
land. W riling of the Importance of Healthy
Dr ans a Comparison Between the hoods
Cairn by Our Ancestors and Ourselves
B» ROYAL S. COPELAND. M. D..
Hniierl State* Senator from New York
former Commiaaioher of Health. Mew York CitV
HWE yon ever viaited tile
National Museum in Wash
ington? If *o undoubtedly
vou havs noticed a row of more
than two hundred akulls. These
are the ikull*
of Indian* who
H v e d in this
than two hun
dred year* agro. <
W ilt the |
teeth in thi* en
of skulls only
one tooth show*
Can you pic
ture a similar
collection o f
skulls of the
present American T l am sure
that the number of cavities and ev
idenrea of dental decay would be
The food of modem civilisation
•a quit* different from what was
consumed by those old time Indians
The Indian had to grind and tear
the food with hie teeth He ate
roots, berries and herbs containing
minerals that strengthened bin teeth
snd preserved them throughout life
The white man lacks these foods and
suffers In consequence.
According to the United States
Public. Health service, decayed teeth
offord excellent breedings places for
germs Many of tha disease* of
childhood ran b« traced to root
teeth. There is no doubt in tht
minds of the genera! medical pro
fession that poor teeth serve as
breading plai.ea Tor many Infections
Children should be taken to the
dentist at an earlv age. Dental caif
can begin as earlv as the age of
three The youngsters should visit
the dentiat every six months. The
tempotarv teeth are entitled to the
same care as the permanent teeth
We are living in an age of pie
ventive medicine. A great many dis
eases can be pie vented. Good teeth
ran only be obtained by dally care
and proper dental attention on or
caeions. These measures will pre
vent much, suffering In later life.
1 cannot, overemphasis the im
portance of diet.in relation to teeth
Our ancestors possessed strong teeth
because of their diet which differed
materially from the food of todav.
Ooaree food like the vegetables and
cereals are stronglv recommended
for children Hard, dry toast is good
for the young. These foods give
exercise to the teeth and aid tn their
building and atrengthening.
In order that the teeth of a grow
ing child be healthy, it is necessary
to have an abundance of two min,
erals These minerals are lime and
phosphorus Dime is found in green
vegetables and milk. Phosphorus is
found in green vegetables, freih fish
cheese and', other foods.
Children should have nlenty of
fresh milk, fresh fruit, vegetables,
eggs, cream and butter. Proper
food, plus sunshine and fresh air, in
sure* proper growth, sturdy bone d*
velopment' snd strong teeth.
Laughter Is the Twin
To Physical Exercise
Find Tin;? to Play. Urges Authority, for a Good laugh
It Like a Tonic. Stimulating Sluggish (imitation
mid Making for Better Health
IT ta not surprising to mr that
so many people go to the
movies. The bresenee of
crowds at places of entertainment
is proof conclusive of the need for
Men a n-d
women go to
•such places to
go because there
is no place else
to be.near each
and tired wom
en go for re- 1
It is truly re
freshing to listen to the spontane
ous laughter. The bright and
eager faces indicate that new and
pleasant thoughts have been
aroused There is an atmosphere
We need happiness Nobody ran
brood and worry and scheme and
plan, coins backward and forward
over the beaten palhs of thought#,
without impairing health and vigor. I
A good laugh ia like a spray of cleat
water over a dusty porch. It washes
away tha waste products of over. I
worked brain cell*. It leaves the;
mind cleared for better work, for
I am writing this Just after seeing
Charier Chaplin in •'City Lights "1
1’ is excruciatingly funnv, bu» clean
and wholesome. Running through
ft is a thread of tender romance.
1 left the theatre with aching
sides but cleared brain. After a
brisk walk to my home t sit here In
cheerful mood, rested and refreshed,
ready for every duty.
It is fatal to health to be too seri
ous. The nerves must be relaxed
and the blood made to circulate more
freely We need change from the
To be able to plav Is one of God's
richest blessings. We need not go
to the other extreme, of course, but
each of u* should have an occa
sional recese from the bard school
| l earn to Play I
Why do we exercise? To set the
heart to work and the blood to more
rapid flow through the body
Kmotion does the same things to
u* 1 mean pleasant emotion, of
course Interesting conversation, sn
exciting book, an interest - holding
play, a good movie — It makes no
difference what the experience is so
long as it holds the interest and
makes us think pleasant thoughts.
The sluggish circulation is stimu
lated to greater activity. The mind
races along at unusual speed. The
brain is cleared by the cleanaing
streams of blood
in short, emotion of this sort
does tor us what exercise does. It
is a twin to physical exercise.
Learn to play. Indulge the habit
of play Get away from the hum
drum of life now and again Tou
will gain health and lengthen life by
habitual, temperate indulgence in
| Answers to Health Queries ]
Mia* & M. D Q.— What will cure
neuralgia' 1 have used electric pad*
and liniments, but cannot seem to
2.—What is the cause of a bone
' A.—Some source of infection is re
sponsible for this trouble It would
be wise to have a thorough physical
examination including the teeth, ton-,
slla sinuses. Intestines, gall bladder
and kidneys. Find the cause and
treatment can he prescribed
2.—Some sort of infection is re
sponsible for a bone abscess
K B Q —W hat causes s dry
mouth and what treatment i* neces
A_— May be due to improper
oraathing or to some mtesttoa1 dis
turbartee Be sure there ia no oh
jtruction or condition which is caus
n* mouth breathing Hate your
nose and throat examined
M C. Q.—1 am a girl of XI. 1 am
troubled with gas around my heart
after eating—what would you ad
A;—Eat slowly and avoid too much
rich, heavy food. Keep the ayatem
Dear. For full particulars, eend *
self addressed, stamped envelope and
repeat your question.
F S Q—What preparation do
you advise to promote growth of the
eyelashes and eyebrows?
A—Application of I percont ye!
low oxide of mercury ointmen’
should be helpful toward this end
M C. C Q -How much should »
girl of 1!, i ft, 114 Inch tall weigh
A She should weigh about lor
pounds. This is about the average
weight for one of this age and
height as determined by examination
of a large number of persons. A fee
pounds above or below the average
is of little or no consequence,
'hiris. HU »r Ntnpiiv ruuin Swum,
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF ALL RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
OF NO. * TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND FROM JANU
ARY 5 TO JULY 1, 1931.
January 8. balance .. ... _____*16.960.24
February 2, By county, boarding prisoners In January.333.00
March 2, By county, boarding prisoners in Februay ______303.50
March 2. By No. 7 township roads, prisoners’ board_.. 80.00
April 6 By county, boarding prisoners in March__ ___ __390.50
April 6. By No. 7 township roads, prisoners’ board __... __90 00
May 4 By county, boarding prisoners tn April__ _ 436.00
May 4. By No. 7 township roads, prisoners' board ........ ... . __90.00
June 1, By county, boarding prisoners in May .. 384.00
June 1, By county, 18 feet 30 inches piping.. 39.93
June 1, By No. 7 township roads, prisoners board .. .. .. 90.00
June 16, By No. 6 hospital,,changing curbing .. ....._...._12.70
June 30, By dept, revenue, motor tax refund ....198 70
June 30, By county, boarding prisoner* in June .. 240.OO
June 30. By No. 7 township roads, prisoners’ board .. 90.00
June 30. by county, sale of hogs, mules, wagons, etc.___300.00
Total receipts ......*20.018.57
me 30 Deficit, - .... -......3,231.98
Clint WHimon, milk in January
Coleman Blanton, hauling sand and drag, road _..1
Clyde Gold, dragging road _...
Will Devine, January salary ___ _____
Tom Moore. January salary___
Arthur Moss, January salary ___
T H. Lutz, January salary
Clvde Poston, Januar^salary. Sunday guard and freight
Mike L Borders, 3 days time as com _
Tom Cornwell, 3 days time as com .
R Cline, 10 shoats
w, T. Mayes, hauling sand
Riviere Oil Co., gasoline____
Cleveland Hardware Co., hardware
Z B. Weathers and Sons, piping
Moore and Stewart Suply Co. truck repairs ....
R P Craven Company, mold board and blade*.
Shelby Radiator Co, radiator repair__*
J. C, Weathers, bolts. . ..... .....__
Joe W. Spangler, corn meal __
A Blanton Groceiy Co . grocery supplies..
Webb Brothers. 00 lbs lard
Collins Dept. Store. 48 blankets ...* ~
V* O. Cline, 123 hours hauling soil ..._...
W. C Lipscomb, shop work
star Pub Co., publishing report ...._._
Southern Bell T, and T. Co., phone gervk* ... . .
D. Y. Jones, January salary
C’yde Gold, draggiinng road___
Tom Moore. February salary
Arthur Moss, night guard .... ..
1 H. Lutz, guarding .. . ... ..
Will Devine, guarding _ __
D. Y. Jones, guarding_ _
Clvde Poston, guarding and refund freight and express
Mike L. Borders. 3 days time as com.
- ...49 20
. 48 00
juiu wniTOi, i nays nme as com
Clint Wellmon 69 gallons milk ... .
Nal Bowman Coal Co 1 ton coal .
Frank Cornwell, milk and hauling soil __
Southern Bell T. and T. Co., telephone service
Cleveland Hardware Co., hardware
Moore and Stewart Supply Co., welding and truck parte
Standard Machinery and Equip Co., plow parts
Paul Webb and Son. liniment __
Quinns Drug Store, drugs .... . .. .
F. H Roes and Co . convict clothing ...____
■I. M. Gold, teams and labor .. ..
jJ C. Weathers, bolts ___
Riviere Oil Co., gasoline . ... ...___
Z. B. Weathers and Sons, piping ...
Campbell Dept. Store, supplies ...____
W. C. Lipscomb, shop work
A Blanton Grocery Co., grocery supplies .. _
Charles h. Eskridge, truck parts .... ..
C M. Peeler, dental work ..
Hawkins Brothers Garage, radio repair __ __
Shelby Supply Co. hardware . ... .....
City of Shelby, water and lights ... .....
Webb Brothers, 10 bushels oats ..... .. ..
Toe W. Spangler, corn meal . ... ....._
W C. Seism, teams hauling soil ........ ..... .....
A P. Spangler, teams hauling soil__ _ __
Eagle Roller Mill Co„ flour
Clyde Poston. March salary and Sunday guard. __
| Win Devine. March salary .
T. H. Lutr, March salary......... _
'lorn Moore, March salary .. ...._
Arthur Moss. March salary night guard ....... .....
D. Y. Jones. March salary .... ...
Mike L. Borders. 3 days time as com. ...__
Tom Cornwell, 3 days time as com .. .....
Coleman Blanton, dragging road . . . ... ..... .....
Clint Wellman, 75 gals milk ._
First National Bank, top soil . . ... ..
Shelby Hardware Co., stove repair ________
.. 275 99
— — 88.69
.. — 7 65
. ..80 00
. — 52.00
Farmers and Planters Hardware Co, hardwire ...._. ...3.75
Z B. Weathers and Sons-, piping ..... ......_..... .......... 51.17
Eagle Roller Mill Co., Dour _________88.27
P. D. Weathers, hauling soil . ...... _____34.20
A. Blanton Grocery Co., grocery supplies..... 230.21
T P. Eskridge, groceries ... . .. ..... ..... ..... . ...18.05
W. C. Lipscomb, Shop work ....,.11.55
Stephenson Drug Co., drugs .......225
E. F McKinney, hauling soil ..... ..68.70
George Magness. hauling soil... ....22.40
Earl Hamrick, hauling soil .... ..32.40
W. J. Yarbrough, hauling soil ... ..12.00
Frank Cornwell, 30 gallons milk ...__ ..... .......600
City of Shelby, water and lights .... ... ..... ..... .... ..._....34.97
Southern Bell T. and T. Co., telephone rent......5.65
Webb Bros, oats and tobacco...... .....153.70
Riviere Oil Co., gasoline ... . ....375.21
Shelby Vulcanizing Co., repair tube ....... ........ ..... .......1.50
J C. Champion, 54 gals gasoline and oil.. ..24^10
Cleveland Hardware Co., hardware.....12.05
J. C. Weathers, work on drag, bolts, etc_____3 60
Moore and Stewart Suply Co, truck parts ........50.67
Paul Poston, labor on truck . ... . ... ... ..... .............9.46
Standard Machinery and Equipment Co . brake lining.....11.89
Nat Bowman Coal Co, coal ... . .....80.55
Joe W. Spangler, corn meal _...___..._33.30
D. Y Jones, April salary . .......53.00
T. H. Lutz, April salary.. ...80.00
7'om Moore, April salary.......80.00
Will Devine, April salary ... ......80.00
Arthur Moss. April salary __ . __... ..._ 70.00
Clyde Poston. April salary and freight refund .....128.76
Clint Wellman, 79 gallons milk__ _____15 80
Tom CornweH, 3 days time as com. ..... .... .... ...-8 00
Mike L. Borders, 3 days time as com__ ____,_12.00
J. P. Weathers, 82 gallons milk ..... ..... ...__1_18.40
P M. Hord. hauling soil .. ..13.00
A Blanton Grocery Co., groceries...*.233.72
Hawkins Brothers Garage, tubes
Webb Bros, oats and tobacco___.. ._____
® Weathers and Sons, piping ..... .....__
T. P. Eskridge, Irish potatoes_...__
Riviere Oil Co., gasoline_..... .....
J. C. Champion, S3 gallons oil_... ... ..... ...
City of Shelby, water and lights.. ....... ....
Moore and Stewart Supply Co., repairs ___ ....
Quinns Drug Store, drugs___
Shelby Radiator Shop, repair work _____
W C. Lipscomb, shop work____ .....
C. M. Peeler, dental work____ ___
Stephenson Drug Co., medicine for prisoners ___
Joe W. Spangler, 38 bushels com meal__
Eagle Roller Mill, flour ...."
Shelby Vulcanizing Co., tube repair.
Southern Bell T. and T. Co., telephone rent.
Cleveland Hardware Co., hardware ...... .....
N. A. Yarborough, teams hauling soil.
Z J Thompson, screen door ......_..... ___
Ideal Service Station, truck tires - ..
McMurry and Co., top soil for Kings Mountain road
Charles L. Eskridge, truck parts____ ...
D, H. Cline, truck parts ..... ..... ....
Chlvis Blanton, plowing up soil ____
Clint Wellman. 84 gallons milk _+_.....
Coleman Blanton, hauling soli and sand_.......
...-32 07 >
L U. Arrowood, pipe.. l7 ,n
Tom Cornwell, 4 1-2 days time as com.__ __.___jggri
Marvin Blanton, 4 days time as com. _._.__.„....16.00
Mike L. Borders, 8 days time as com. _...33 On .
V. O, Cline, wood and plowing soil___. U5n
H H. S. Brazier, engineering services......50.00
A. D. 8pangler, hauling soil ..... M gtl j
Clyde Poston, May salary. Sunday guard, freight refund....138.4:.
T. H. Lutz, May salary .....____ .__ gc on
Will Devine, May Salary .... _. on
Tom Moore, May salary ....... ..... ..... ..... ...__goon
Arthur Moss. May salary _______^ggn
S. 8. Summey. work on street ..... ....... ..... ..... ..... ._..\.340.0n
E. P, McKinney, plowing soil .......... ....._.5,00
City of Shelby, water and lights_....._........____32.0O j
P. H. Ross and Co., 24 pairs shoes_..... ....._ ..._.54.00 :
Riviere Oil Co., gas and oil ........ 355.40
Panther Oil and Grease Mfg. Co.. 2 drums grease_......._117.IS
Joe W. Spangler, com meal ..........31.20
Charles Wilson, hauling soil . . ______gg.50
Ruth Hopper, work on contracts__. ...._ 12.50
J. P. Weathers, 96 gals milk ._ ......_ ._19.20
J. C. Weathers, parts and truck repairs ____..4.90
P. P, Craven Co., blades _ ... ..... ...___... ;...S750
D. Y. Jones. May salary . ..._._______... 53.00
Carolina Tractor and Equipment Co., supplies ___132.iv
Southern Bell T. and T. Co., phone service__15.00
Moore and Stewart Supply Co., auto parts and supplies 1... 29,10
Quinns Drug Store, drug bill. ...... 13.00
T J. Wilson, hauling soil ..... ..... ......*..4.30
Garlin Borders hauling soil_...___..... ...^...7.80
•Tasper Putnam, hauling soil .....___........._.........18.80
Herbert Borders, hauling soil ..... ..... ..... ..... ..._40.30
A W. McMurry, hauling soil_____1L20
Lee Dover, hauling soil..-.... ..... ..... __.....9.40
Claude Turner, hauling soil _.. ..... .... . . ..8.20
W. H. Glacsoe, hauling soil___
J; A. Blanton, hauling soil___ ___
Eagle Roller Mill Co., flour ...__... ...
Z. B. Weathers and Sons, piping . ___.
W, C. Lipscomb, repair work ..... ...._
Webb Bros, oats.. .... _ ... ____
Cleveland Hardware Co., hardware bill .. ___ ...
Standard Machinery and Equipment Co., truck parts .
C. M. Peeler, dental work .. .... ... ...
A Blanton Grocery Co., groceries . ....___
Prank Cornwell, milk . . .. ......_...
J. Chiv. Blanton, top soil __..._. ..... . .......
Builtmore Concrete Co., paving old K. Mtn. road.
D. R. S. Frazier, service as engineer __.•_■_......
Builtmore Concrete Co., on contract paving ..._...
Builtmore Concrete Co., balance paving contract . ..
D. Y. Jones, June salary . _...
Arthur Moss, June salary ..........
Will Devine, June salary . ....__......_
Tom Moore, June salary . . ..........
T. H. Lutz. June salary’ _ ......
Clyde Poston, salary and freight refund ..
D. R. S. Frazier, engineer services . ___...._
Chas Wilson, truck hire . .............__....
i Mike L. Borders, 5 days as com_____
Marvin Blanton, 4 1-2 days as com. ____
Tom Cornwell, 3 days as com. . ....
Stephenson Drug Co., drug bill ___
L. J. Wiggins, fixing culvert . ........................
Riviere Oil Co., gas and oil . .....
Z. B. Weathers and Sons, piping . . ..................
Snelby Supply Co., supplies for truck . ...
W. C. Lipscomb, shop work . ................_.....
Carolina Tractor and Equipment Co., tractor repairs -
Shelby Radiator Shop, welding and repairs_...
Southern Cotton Oil Co., guano . __..._
City of Shelby, water and lights..—...
Southern Bell T. and T. Co., phone rent . ...
Moore and Stewart Supply Co., truck parts __
E. F. Craven Co., machine blades_................
. 1 804.00
... 126 2?
... 13 65
Eagle Roller Mill Co., flour _ .....40.1*
Ideal Service Station, tires and tubes -_100.0"
Webb Bros., hay and oats___..._....___21.00
Robert L. Ryburn, legal services - ...__......___- 37.of1
Clint Wellmon, 84 gals, millt . _-_ 18.8'’
J. P. Weathers, 91 gals, milk __________ 18.20
Frank Cornwell, 80 gals, milk ------ 12.00
Coleman Blanton, 9 hours dragging road --8.30
Campbell Department Store, 3 yds. cloth-^....7 >
Chas. Wilson, overcharge on gas -----..... 5.80
Charles h. Eskridge, parts and work on truck . .—..83.8
D. H. Cline, parts and repairs on trucks .-- 138.61
Standard Machy. and Equipment Co., truck repairs and parts.1325.
J. E. Schenck, col., plowing soil ------7....... l-.4f
Shelby Vulcanizing Co., repairing tire and tube -..........-2.2'
Nat Bowman Coal Co., coal - -.....-....-17.2'
Joe W. Spangler, corn meal -----— -- 33.1'
Champion Oil Co., 54 gals, oil . ..-.— 24.31
Shelby Radiator Shop, repairing and welding ..S.0<
J. C. Weathers, work on scrape and truck----«•>'
Moore and Stewart Supply Co., spark plugs . .......-——.— l *
Shelby Hardware Co., hardware bill . __8.3»
L. U. Arrowood, tiling --- 9-0r'
Cleveland Hardware Co., hardware bill ___-.*•*'"
Uncollected taxes at Sheriff's Partial Settlement ---2,533.2.''
Total Disbursements . ---$22,350.5.1
I, Mary E. Yarbrough, Treasurer of Cleveland County, do solemnly
swear that the foregoing statement is true and correct to the best of x»v
knowledge and belief
MARY E. YARBROUGH, Treasurer
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 29th day of July, 1911
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior Court
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