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Patterson Grove Npws
By Alice Burton, 7tb Grade,
Patterson Grove School
IMu# 1 correct an error that was
made In this yoluinn last week: j
Heart Seism is a patient at. the City
Hospital in Gastouia' Instead of Shel-j
by, as was stated. Several from this,
community have visited hint. Among ;
those who visited him Sunday were: ;
Mr. J. W. Seism. his father. Misses
Helen and' Kosa Vee Seisin, Mary .
Kraneeg Ware and Kva Moore.
Mi ss Maggie Gee ami J.. C. Carrol!
.*.? spent Sunday with friends in J
. mont, N. V.
Alias Nuticy All.oi spent Monday
night with Miss Sylvia l<ee liurton.
Miss Gucillc Ware and Mr. Itphnri
Ware had as their Supper guests
Sunday night. Miss Kvelyn Wright
and Mr hiarj St ism. <
Miss Alma liaiiirlck of Israeli
spent the week-end with her mother
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STRAYED ? One black mare mule.
Weight about 900 pounds, whte
spots on neck and shouklers; Will
pay for feed amd trouble. J. Hope
Boyd. Koute 1. York, S. 0. it
FOR RENT: Furnished rooms for
, ' lfight house keeping. 115 City St.
sept 9. ,
WANTED ? White girl for houswork.
Call 95. sep 15p
THE FEDERAL. LAND BANK oners
aome netw farms for sale In York
and Crerokee counties at attractlv?
prices; easy terms. Meet nte
either In York or Blaeksburg and
led us show these farms to you. D.
8. Ramsour, Real Sstate Salesman.
BANANA SPLITS SPECIAL 10c ?
Saturday only. If served In store,
but in container, 20c. Kings Mour.
tain Drug Co.
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KEYS MADE, LOCKS AND Speed
ometera repaired. Lawn mowers
, sharpened. Bvetiings after ti P. M.
Saturdays all P. M. C. L. Ramsey,
620 K. King St. Phone 126-M.
V. owr 18-tfc.
(Continued Next. Week)
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TOM AND GEORGE j
Tom! "Genrne a laH told m m u?t. 1
'terday that he had killed five flies,!
two male* and three females: how
could he know males from females?"
George: "The only way I can figure
it out the two males .were probably
on the table and the three females
were on the locking glass." Speaking
of tables we have a stock that you
will observe that both quality and
D. F. Hord Furniture Co.
Buy It For Less At Hord's
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I ' THfS/ TIHfHK
Mrs. Johnny Hamrtck.
'Misses Reba Wright and Vernie
Sparrow entertained a large number
of friends with a party given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Torn Sparrow
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Neeley and
daughter, ' and Mrs.' Ituby Coffee of
Fort Mill, S. C., were recent visitors
ol' Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Burton and
Mrs. Ben Ware and children of
Oak drove spent the week-end here
with Mrs. Ware's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Greeue and
family of the t'henix Mill were visitors
cf relatives here Sunday.
Mr. I lord Burton and friends visited
some of his cousins iu Bustle, X.
(By Mrs. William Wright)
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Helm* of lllgl
'point were the wpi'k-ohd visitor*, of
Mr- tlid Mis .1 W Wattersoh and
' ramify v .
Mr and Mrs. Monroe laivelaci'
and soil. Culp. spent tin- wla-k rnd in
: Wa re
Mr- Jane McCr.nv .of CWTsfde is
| spending some" Iline in the home of
i her nun Mr Krb Mo('raw and family
Airs. I an HriMlr and daughters
j of Waco were Saturday night guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ware.
Misses Kathleen Lovelace and
Maltel Bell Were Sunday truest* of
Misses Pauline and Virginia Warn.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A Champion and
daughters. Virginia and Sarah, and
Mr. .1. R. Champion spent the weekend
A study equrse began at Oak Grove
Sunday night. Tie 'pastor. Kev. Luther
Hawkins, of Gasfonln. is teaching
The Intel mediate B. Y. P. U. girls
i.nd boys of Oak Grove and their
leader,, the writer, attended services
it Patterson Springs Bftptist church
| Mr an 1 Mrs. Earl Johnson and
daughter of Gustonia. were Sunday
visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. Luther Hawkins of Gustonia
was the supper guest of Stokes
Wright Moudy nght.
; urtxtna mai
uo xuvuni/tin ivirw?
. Lola Beattle
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Mrs. J. J. Pa11 e rson and children.
Gladys and Jumet, and Miss I-iOis
Lleattle. spent Sunday with Mr.' and
Mrs.' Y. \V. Patterson and family of
'.re'Oak Grove section.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oatcs aud
Mrs. Hud Oate.s returned home sunday
after having spent the past week
end in Noi.folk- Va.
Mrs. J. J. Patterson. had a a her
guests Friday. Mrs. George Tvey ajid
laughter. Hazel, of the Oak Grove
Mrs. J. A. Walker had as her
j guests Saturday. Mrs. B. R. Morris
Land daughter, Ruth 'of Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Richardson
I have as their guest this week the
| Vermel's sister. Miss Merle Richardxii
of I.ithouia. Ga.
Mrs., palsy Costner had as her
jucst for the week-end her son*,-Mr.
! Paul Costner of Mortimer.
The Old Mill Softball team has
1 'in!' playing ball and gone to pitching
horseshoes. They challenge any
:nlli team to play thein.
An old time revival will start at
the Mountain View Baptist church
J at Crosvders Mountain, Sept. 11. Everybody
welcome. Rev. Hoick of Gas
j tonia will preni h and Johnnie Ross
front-the Phenix Mill will load the
Novel Insurance Trend
Washington. Sept. 6.?Experts of
the federal monopoly committee are
going .to analyze a shift of invest!
-.nent funds for which the government
Itself has helped pave the way
This change ? something new tn
ihe history' of financial markets?is
the Increase of billions of dollars of
I insurance company holdings of U. S.
'I)te extent of the shift. Its causes
7Y KIDS Overheart
J Y6H, &OT l*M ^
r?J J JUST WOW 0CRIA/7
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MA ' JLs a'? .*A . v-. ?-* >
- Ui. a>^L JjiuJ A .
THE KINOS MOUNTAIN^IERAIT'I
ana iu meaning will be conaMerea
la the examination of taaurence com
pany investments by the securities
The commission Is studying the re
lationshlp of these Investments to
the capital markets as part of the
broad federal investigation ox monop
, 'istlc practices in finance and Industry.
Other phases of the anti-trust
program are being surveyed by five
I.other federal agencies.
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TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in that certain
Deed of Trust executed and delivered
by Charles S. Williams and
hie wife. Frieda S. Williams, dated
the 10th day of January. 1936. and
recorded in the office of the Register
<>f Deeds foi Clovelarti t'oiuit.v. North
Carolina, in itook 21?.. at page 41.
md because of default in the pa>
| meat of the Indebtedness thereby soj
cured und failure to curry out and
! perform the stipulation* antt ugivc
| nrtnts therein contained and. pursu'
mi to demand of the owner and hold
| 'r of the indebtedness secured - by
jsaiti d>i'd of trust, tile undersigned
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, j net ion to the libthm bidder for
|<-asti at the u*ual place of sale In
irom n: iii" t ounuouse ot Cleveland
.'ounty. in the town of Shelby. N. t'?
nt 12: on o'clock/ hoon. on Monday,
he l'.ilh day of September. 4928. all
that certain lot or parcel of land, alt
uate lying and being In the town ot
Kings Mountain, number four township.
.Cleveland County. State ot
North Carolina, and more particularly
described as follows:
"Beginning at the corner of Dr. O.
U. Falls' lot on the East aide of Pied
mout Street, (Town of Kings Mountain)
and runs thence S. 84'2 E. 3.26
chains to a stake; thence N. 9 E.
1.21 chains to a alike; thence S. 80'*.
\Z. 6 t-haiiis to ail. irrn stake;
thence S. 20 \V. 8.81 chains to an iron
stake; thence N. 68Vi iV. 7.34 chains
o a stake in East edge of Piedmont
Street, Dr. U P. Baker's corner:
rhenoe N. 10>i East ?ilong Piedmont
P. P. Levc
of Gastonia, N. <
says when in quest of a d
our Kings Mountain Bu<
where you are always w
feet service afforded you
pany of your friends and
What's the Answer?
By EDWARD FINCH
i: n il m /[
TAKJE.N OFF WHEN BEING
SWOgN AS A V/TT^ESS ?
VERY long ago all criminals wen
branded on the palm of th<
hand. In court of law all witnessei
when talcing oath were compelled t<
bare and hold up for public vieu
their right hand, palm out, in ordei
to disclose whether or no they had t
criminal record. Although tbi
branding was stopped, the custon
remains unchanged to the preten
5 In a Box Car.
(won OCR IN'J ~
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i^iiN nn ri n vrtTm'irfr rH
Street 5.93 chain* to the l>eglnntug J
corner, containing six and one-tenth
(6.1) acre*, more or leas;" and being
the land devised to W. S. Dllllng
by F. Dllllng. hla father, and descrtbei
In the will aa: ' Beginning on the
Bast aide of Piedmont Stieet at U
P. Uaker's corner, and runs with his
lot In ?n Easterly direction to a
point opposite the Bast end of my
garden kit; Thence In a Northerly
direction and with the North end of
my garden lot to a point opposite
he North end of my barn lot; thenI
re in a Westerly direction and with
| the North side of my bam lot to
Piedmont Street; thence along snM
Street. Southerly to the beginning."
This sale will lie held opto for ten
days for upset bids as by law required.
This '.be 18th day of August, 1JH58.
E. A. Marrlll, Trustee.
In The Superior Court". -
Mildred PaikgeU. -Plaintiff,
; Iratiaui Padgett. lu-feudant.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
will lake nhtlee that an aitijn entlt'*
<1 nu? above has been eomnienoe 1 In
the Superior Court of Cleveland
County. North Carolina, in which the
plaintiff. Mildred Padgett, is asking
'.he Court for u dfivoroe * ab-soulte
from the said defendant on the
eround of legal seiwratlon; and the
tit id tiraham Padgett will further
take notice that he la required to
appear at the Ofhce of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of said County at
Shelby. North Carolina, within thirty
(30) rfiaya after the 2ilnd day of
September. 1038. and answer or demur
to the complaint lu said nitlon
or the plaintiff will- apply to tho
Court, for-the relief therein demanded.
This rite 22nd day of August. 1D38.
A. M. .Hamrtck.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Attorney for Plaintiff. ?adv9-15
litis & Co.
Irink, why not drop in to
iweiser dealer's booth,
etcome! Enjoy the per
in - -the- pleasant comI
drink the best beer
"CLEAR THE '
Our largest Used Car
Sale is now going on.
Here's a real opportun
ity to Buy a Good Used
Car and Save. Visit Us
during this Big Event.
It will pay you?Used
: Plonk Motor
| Authorized Ford
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX or
of the estate of Freeman Douley, de- of
ceaaed late of Cleveland County,
North Carolina, this la to notify all ta
persona having claims against said m
estate to exhibit the same to me, the
Undersigned Administratrix, on or
before the 1st day of August, 1939, ?.
Till A M AS
GoMs'lc Poicrmas ore not
Sust sleepinq loqs?b"t
rl?"?anod to let you aleop
in rertful comfort.
O- ?he right an vxqul- !
iit? ncrtcna ot Satin
Frit r'avon. Run-proot
crd Shrink prool. ,
The oilier?in Satin far
1 1 II. " 'it
o 1 usurious quality.'
$1.95 and $2.50
.''. mttk tUtJmdA Of ydutk
th?M OolcUtt* PaatiM cm femlnlna
and tumliHa In Knll< klvL.
and fashion?moderate in pries.
On lbs flours, s dainty shorts SloosMr ""0
T* cossjnrtsHs toil sc id
so U won! show undor your
-I ? I t_ |
iw othsr?a stop-la Poafls hi Pta Ships I
Rua-prooi Tricot Rayon.
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Mill Store I
Kings Mountain, N. C.
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this mtloe will be pleaded in bar
any rek>very thereon.
All persons Indebted to said este
ere hereby notified to make im
dilate payment to me.
This 1st day August. 1938. #
Isabella Douley,' Administratrix,
Jndies . .
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Are Smooth *
Smartly aretaed women will]
tic* this Goldeite slip. Sljledj
with superb culiilry?tailored*
with eid!l In rich woven and)
knitted mn-prooi Rayon fabj
rtc*. Many exclusive patent]
d features make this an e^
pep ti cm a! value at
$1.00 and $2.50
y ? MCMMi a
I ?. ^UK:/ whon it bear* the
I A Gclcetto label ? '
I &&&>kr then youll be'
L sure ol excellent
\ IhIV ?,V'? treatment.
\ III $ |J> \ superb fabrics
| f ' ' 3 one-, clcillful tailorly[
J f Co:d?lta Gown rj?
\m Lit t VI ' ** no oUl,r you y?
IE P#j< 4\ tvcr ???bocruu.al
' lw sKll s!y!?s. comJortablu .it
it fc r-X a 1 and ?'?at valuo*.
If ifWr tn* modal with lh.
If 1 j lAA chic oval yokw j
/ I 1 IWJ% tailor>d in Sc..j
I I I Wf. SMP* T>t<ot K^.on
I I I 2 I BcX "? other?? tailot.4
I I J !? qown ^ct Satin So
$1.00 and $2.50
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