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LOST ? 4ti the Santa Claim rush
Friday night, one child's red hat
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WANTED ? Man for Rawlelgh
Route. -Permanent If you iire a
hustler. For particulars write Raw
Iplgh's. Dept.. NClel061?a, Richmond,
FOR RENT ?i 3 room apartment,
close In. connecting bath, hot and
cold water furnished. \V. F. Ixigan.
600 W. Gol^J ?t.
FOR SERVICE ? One registered
Berkshire Bohr, for one pig, Also
Belgian Stnlllpn. Fee $10.00. C. T.
Iiedford," Route 2, Kings Mountain.
REMEMBER ? On Saturday yOu get
' ' one of our delicious Raunna Split.)
for only 10c. Kings Mountain Drug
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KEYS MADE, LOCKS, VACUUM
CleanerB, Small Blectrical Appll
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C. L. Ramsey, Phone 126-M.
i Sept. 22tfc
SI Our Want Ads
j (Continued Next Week)
TAt 7 1 *tt\ /r ma
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Tom: -"George, one of our neighbor's
yc-ung seven year old daughter
asked her mother when she grew
up whether she'd have a husuano
like her papa, and if she didn't marry
whether she'd be an old maid,
and her mother told her she would;
what do you suppose, George, she !
saJd: "I surmise that she said she'd
bs in a devil of a fix." We have a
H'; !. line of card tables that meet every ,
requirement; tollapsible and easily j
put out of the way; attractively covered
and durable. See them.
D. P. HoH Furniture fn
SBuy It For Less At Hord'B
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Winter Grains In
Idleness breed? evil In solln an well
is human lifts says K. C. Hlalr, agron
oinist. of the State College Kxteruslon
Service. In connection with the publication
of a new extension circular
entitled 'tGreon Flletfe to Winter."
Blair ' tell In the circular how
antal grains 'and winter legumes willmaoe
feed Ctr livestock, enrich the
s'i'1. and prevent erosion. 'The win
u r landscape m wonn Carolina pre*
Rent a too ml-m,y barren fields that
should be growing something the
year round." Tie says. Winter grain
and hay crops do not Interfere with
spring-planted crops, are inexpensive
to gtx>w. and require little labor
Winter legumes will Increase the
yield of corn from 20 to 25 bushels
on acre under average conditions,
the ngronlmist stn.ted. The efTeet of
the legume then continues two or
three years longer.
| Mliir's circular lists the principal
[small grains to be planted In - tho
f.iJI its wheat. barley, oats und rye,
( and the adapted winter egumes. aa
Hairy vetch, Austrian winter peas, i
' crlmsin clover and bur clover. In-}
strut Hons for pk in ting these crops j
TWTHIBTBPTW mi' 11 v\n
well as suggested-hay mixtures, gra
zing mixture*. and notations with
"Small grains are planted hi the
fall and mature for hay in May and.
foe .?w.4n Im T..n? ni?(M onus 'llTIn I
IV) ?i-ii( III auiiCi u?n on;o. ? ?*V
ter legumes gather nitrogen from the
air. ind when turned under supply
ihis nitrogen and an enormous amount
of rganlce matter to the soil.
' They may he turned under In time
) to plant rorn, permute, soybeans, cow
' peas, millet. sorRhums and sojne-1
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
I Cleveland County.
In The Superior Court. j
, C. R. Hester. Plaintiff
Inez Martin Heater, Defendant.
The above named defendant will J
1 take notice that an action for dt|
verce on the grounds of" two year
1 separation has been commenced In
! the superior court fpr Cleveland
| County. N. C: That the said defend- i
j ant will further take notice that she
is required to appear at the office'
of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of said County, at the Courthouse
In Shelby, N. C., on, the 21st day of
December, 1938, or within the time
prescribed by law, and answer or
demur to the Bald complaint in said
complaint in said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
This the 21st day of Nov., 1938.
Deputy Clerk of thp Superior Court
of Cleveland County, N. C.
Whit's til a Answer?
By r.C'.Y -.RD FINCH
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TREMb. tN'G when .frightened is
cause! 'ay the spasmodic working
of the nerve force which flows
between brain and muscle. There is
a series of repeated tiny spasms
throughout the nerves of the body
' causing an attendant reaction in the
muscles which results in what we
call trembling. Intense anger, joy
and certain nerve illnesses will hava
inc same cncct.:
G KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD TH1
This valuable publication may be ,
obtained free of charge by writing ,
the Agricultural Editor at State Col |
lege Raleigh, and requesting Kxten- ,
?lon Circular No. 225, ''Green Field a ;
Drop, Work To Picket
Shut flnwn Awn Plallla
JACKSON. ' Mich.-. Nov. 5,?(IPS). 1
?Pickets, estimated by some observ <
era to have numbered -as many as 1. c
000, massed recently before a strikeclosed
plant >here and kept 200 employees
from returning to work. The '
strikers were demanding a closed
Many of the pickets were recruited
from three other factories which ^
were tumble to operate because of
ai shortage of men. \
NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE
BUSINESS REALTY IN THE CITY
OF KINGS MOUNTAIN
Cleveland County. "V
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale given in an order of Superior
Court In this aause titled: "Roy-I
nolds Vs. Reynolds" the undesigned|
house door in Shelby. North Carol!
na. on Saturday. December 17. 111!
at 10:00 o'clock A. M . or within legal
hours, the roMowing described
Lots Numbers 1. 7, 3. 4. 5 and *
as shown on a plat or map made by
E. L. Campbell, surveyor. or the
Levy Reynolds' Estate, which map
will appear on record In the Register
of Deeds office for Cleveland Coun
ty. N. C.. the said' dots hemp bounded
on the north by J. O. Plonk and
M. L. Harmon: on the east by J. 8.
Allen ' and on *the South hy J. E.
Herndon, and on the West by Railroad
The above described lots are located
an the east side of Railroad Avenue
and are of choice location, being
splendid lots for bttsineap purposes
aud investment. ,
The lots will be sold first singly
and immediately -1 thereafter as a
whole. The. terms of sale: One-hali :
cash and the remaining half within
six months from dale of sale with
the privilege of paying all cash upon
the confirmation pf sale. This the
14 th day of November, 1938.
C. B. McBrayer, Commissioner.
Liquid T?b- and Fever
lata, Salve due to Colds In
Note Drops 30 minutes
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. A radio or heater for your car i
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URSDAY, DEC. 8. 1938.
Laporte. Ind., Deo. 6.?This commmlty
had considerable rain last
seek, but no one will ever know _
low much. The U. 8. Weather Bu eaiu's
braas rahi gauge was stolen. .
Meterologist Herbert J. Link report- ?
>d he found part of the Instruments |
11 a Juuk yard where* the brass had ' >
-een sold tor 81.60. ,.
Philadelphia. Dec. 6.?A New York < ?
o Mtanii bus skidded from a fog- \ \
jurred highway and overturned to- < *
lav. illhlrine- 21 rmaaonMni - ? -k -k-- !''
.-w ? ?>-ov ? auu uic I ? ?
lrtver. ] J
Automobile? of other motorists. < >
; roping through the (predawn fog, ) \
.vera commandeered to thfta the in
ured to hospitals. Some did hot re- | \
clve medical attention for an hour 1 >
is drivers became lost in the fog land !!
vere unable to find the hospitals. ;;
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imes as much tea as It does coffee.
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