THIS 'N THAT
By Alice Burton
r Patterson Grove Section
What a situation! Some folks got
inad if you mention their names in
the paper and others pout if you
don't, so I ask you ? (Who- unyone
who can auswcr) what can outdo
People usually Ignore a tattler's
-words, but I don't know of anyone
around here who doesii't read tlie
Tattler's gossip column.
Miss Ruby Burton spent Saturday
night -with Ruby, Ruth and Inez
(Miss Pauline Carroll visited relatives
in Cherryville Suturdu) night.
(Mrs. Howard Uoforth aud sod.
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YOUR OPPORTUNITY. ? 1-earii
how to design tools for the manufacture
of such specialties ae automobile,
through I. C. 8. home study. Free
booklet. W. F. Bckard, Representative,
Schools, Box 194, Charlotte,
FOUND ? Car Key. Owner may obtain
same at Herald Office. It
ALtdMAN WANTED ? . Rajrietgh
Route, now open." Real opportunity
(jo M'. tor man 'who wanta permanent,
profitable work. Start promptly.
iWrlte Rawlelgh's, Dept. NCR-lOdK,
Richmond, Va.- . :
I RKMKMBKR ? On Saturday you get
one of our delicious Banana SplltJ
Cor only 10c. Kings Mountain Drug
one to write the news at the Margnce
Village and Pauline Village.
KEYS MADE, LOCKS, VACUUM
Cleanera, Small Electrical Appli
anoes, and Speedometers repaired
C. V. Ramsey. Phone 126-M.
, Sept. 22(fc
(Continued Next Week)
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TOM AND GEORGE
Tom: "George, do you really be*
lleve that hietory repeate ' I tSe If?"
"Vpe.". said George; but If It hap*
pone to be a man's family history,
his wife usually does the repeating."
Lot uo repeat this: that we're In the
furniture business to make bread
and butter, and the best way we
know of to get a little bigger leaf
and a little more butter to put on It
is to have our customers boosting for
ue. * '
D. F. Hord Furniture Co.
' Buy It for L?n At Hord*?
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Howard Jr., spent Monday afternoon
with the H. M. Burton'a.
Mr. and Mr*. Robert Neeely and
son, Lee. and Mr. und Mrs. Kay
Neeley and daughter. Pearl of Fort
Mill, 8. C..* were vUitora of relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Demps Fulls were
the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mi's. Frank Ware. ;
Mr. James Carroll .of Blaeksburft
spent the week end with' ills parents
Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Carroll. . i
Mr. Hord Burton had as his dinner
guest Sunday. Messrs Belvln and
Paul Ware and Buster Phillips.
The Jesse l^edford moved from
this commuutty Monday. We'll miss
them but hope that they will like
their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben so Sellers and
daughter, Doris, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Sellers' parents. Mr. and' Mrs.
N*E WS* +AROIJ N+I)+ N ORTH
> IajIs Seattle
Mid. J J Patterson had aa her
guests Friday evening, Mr. and Mra
it.y.n Hiiii sihi'?W?'ti silniW
Oak drove community.
Mtaa Bertha Oettmar spent the
past week etid with Mrs. Vera BriJ
Res of the Dixon community. ,.
Mr. and Mra. L. W. Weedon had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs
j. J. Dertnid and children of Hender
aonville. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs A. U llufTstickler
had as their rucsis Tuesday, Mrs
W. II. Phompery of this city.
. !Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huffstickler
and children returned to their home
in Fort Belvalr, Va., after spending
several weeks with Mr. Huffsticklers
parents. Mr. and Mrs..A. U Huffstlck
ler and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. H .tender had
as their guests Sunday their son,
Mr. Paul Hulfender and wife of
Chester, S. C., and Mr. and Mis.
Page Lowens of Onstonia.
The sidew alks that- are being built
and that have been built are improv
Ing the looks of this section of town.
Mr. Robert Styers returned to his
home in Washlngtmi after spending
a week with his parents. Mr. and
pixm. W. F." Styers.
Mr. '?d Mra. R H. Hord had as
heir fewest for the past week-end
their daughter. Mrs Bill Hughes of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dettmar and
daughter. Mrs. Floyd Bridges, and
Mr. Otis Davis, and Misses Barbara
ana Niiarea iwiiuuu, vjiqui iuc
week-en| wlttu Mrs.Ola Davis of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Styers had aa
their guests for the week-end Mrs.
Carl Lewis and. daughter, Rebecca,
Mra. Drucllla Wilson had aa her
guests Friday night, Mrs. A. R. Tuck|
er and Miss Geraldlne Bailey of Colfax.
Little Miss Betty Weaver spent I
the past week-end with her grandmother.
Mrs. Vera Huffstetler.
Mrs. Paul Putnam returned to her
home Friday after an apneiidlritia. op
erntion in the Gastonia Hospital.
Mrs. rrooks Tate spent Saturday
afternoon In Gastonia.
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Barkley .of the
Park Yarn apent Tuesday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. J A Walker had as
their guests Sunday afternoon Mr.
.Tune White and M> Oscar White of
Mr. Lloyd O'Danlel of Belmont
spent Sunday with friends here.
Mr. Bert Hartsoe was given a surprise
birthday dinner Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bumgarner.
... North Carolinians plan to plant
7K.0O0 black walnut tree* to Increase
the state's supply of fine cabinet
Liquid Tab and Fever
lata. Salve Sua to Colde in
Noaa Drop* 30 minutes
Try MRub-My*Tiem, ? a .Wonderful
wvrn*e A eiTC \ Q [^ABOUT
1*7 PIC,FAT. (?J V* 5nCL
wygCUff M ! 1 YA wm
THE NEW HOME OF Ol
Surplus agricultural products cost
ing about 15.105,000 wwife iltouglu
by the Federal Surplus ('oiimtoJltivh
Corporation In 24 stutes duf-tng tin
five weeks ending Nov. 2. These pro
ducts will be diverted Into relie!
The V. S. Mureau of Agricultural
Kkjonomtes expects poultry marketings
during 1939 to exceed those el
1938, in the first half of (he year be
ause of the heovy 1938 hatch, and
in the last half berause of the expect
eh further increases In the 1939
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER AN
State of North Carolina,
County of Cleveland.
In The Suoerior Court.
Phifer Hardware Company,
D. L Stewart, Defendant.
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the Superior
Court of Cleveland County In the
above entitled action, 1 wlil. on Monday,
November. 28, 1938 at ten o'clock
A. M? or within legal hours, at the
Courthouse door In Shelby, Cleveland
County, North Carolina, sell for
cash to the highest bidder, to satisfy
said execution, all the right, title
interest, which the said D. L.. Stew.art
has tin the Col lowing described
Situated on the West side of York
-Road in the Town of Kings Mountain,
North Carolina, and beginning
at a stake in the edge of the old
York Road, which stake is 76 feet
South 14% East from the intersection
of Gold Street and the old York
Road, and runs thenoe with said
Road South 14% East 200 feet to a
stake; thence North 89 West 680
feet to a stake; thence 'North 28
Blast 120 feet to a stake; thenoe
South 83% East 40 feet to a stake;
thenoe North 28 1-2 East 78 1-2 feet
to a stake on the South side of Gold
Street; thenoe with said Street
South. 89 East 289.4 feet to a stake;
thence South 14% Blast 76 feet to a
take; thence South 89 East 159 feet
to the beginning, containing 2.34
acres, more or less.
This the 26th day of October, 1938.
J. R. CUNE,
Sheriff of Cleveland County.
?adv?oct 27?nov 17
What's the Answer?
By EDWARD HMCH
pL, e K*i
. Asiow/ CAN WE. BENEFIT
J dv A TOOTHACHE T
THE toothache la beneficial
that it warns the system of
condition that will wreak havoc
not corrected. A tooth aching is
tooth going bad and bad teeth a
the cause of severe ailments su
as stomach trouble and blood p
sonlng. They serve also as a bre<
ing place for germs which, wh
once given the opportunity, c
cause grave illness and even dea
TJmmio's on iho dfob.
M-CTHC TIM?S ITdtO S m
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i MILES LABORATORIES
^ |P^"AF* ;
<.ONE OF OUR 8TEAY ADVERTISERS
MOVES INTO NEW
1 The picture shov^above we-* sent
to uh a few days ago and Interested
us so much that we are passing It
cn to our readers who have seen ad
vertiscinents of Dr. Miles Products
I In our paper for many years.
This new building Is the last word
In modern construction. It Is three
stories high, of reinforced' concrete,
; pressed brick and glass brick construction.
Each floor contains neari
ly loO.tHM) square feet of space.
' Weekly Newspapers Have Veen
An Important Factor in our Growth.
A letter received from thu AdverVrmr
nf M'litj 'rrwntTlrj
ea. Inc., says, In part?
"Your paper and a thousand more
weekly newspapers have been an important
factor In the growth of our
Company. Weekly newspapers were
one of the first mediums we used to
tell the public about Miles Remedies
We have been using them consistent
ly for more than fifty years."
. When our readers see Alka-Seltser
Nedvlne, or Anti-Pain Pllla advertised
in these columns, we are sure
they will be glad to know that these
products are made in such a modern
laboratory and under such rigid sanitary
In The Superior Court
Before the Clerk
Miles P. Withers, Plaintiff,
Susie Withers. Defendant
The defendant, above named, will
take notice an action titled as above
has been begun in the Superior
Court of Cleveland County, N. C., to
obtain an absolute divorce upon
satutory grounds and the said defendant
will further take notice that
she is required to appear at the office
of the clerk of superior court in
said county where a copy of the com
plaint In this cause awaits her and
she is required to answer or demur
to the said complaint within 30 days
after November 1, 1938, or the plaintiff
will apply to the court for the relief
demanded In aahl complaint.
Thte the 29th day of October, 1938
A. M. HAM HICK,
Clerk of Superior Court of
?ariv?nov24 ? McB.
]The new V-8 are here
and they are prettier
than ever .before.
And they have Hydrau
We Invite you to Drive
one and see for your^
self the advancements
that have been made.
1 Plonk Motor
Authorized Ford J
i (> JUSTTfiYIN
^ HOW FAT Yfc
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YOU CANT QUIT ADVERTISING I 1
YOU'RE TALKING TO A PARADE I
NOT A MASS MEETING J
We have a small Student Piano for only $67.40 in
perfect condition. Terms $4.00 per month. If you
want a bargain write Credit Manager P. O. Bo*
1245 Charlotte, N. C., and we will arrange to
show you piano without obligations or expense
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flgggHB s , a-^B
For A Slogan i
FIRST PRIZE?$100.00 .
TWENTY PRIZES?$5.00 EACH
All You Have To Do j
Call at the Offices of the Local Building and Loan
Associations for blanks and information.
HOME BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION
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A. H. Patterson, Secretary-Treasurer
KINGS MOUNTAIN BUILDING and LOAN I
J. C. Lackey, Secretary-Treasurer
Hie Contest Ends Nov. 30th
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hgonc! my jaika-selt^rjp > .
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