l&f- ' ' ttMlwmil Sao Maintain 6,547
jj&ir. > l?itol Trading Aim 16400
\n Trffi -
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' * tj> r? 4 A-?.% v;
1 *?V v;
Two Xing* Mountain men, Davie
Taylor and John Klser, were
convicted oI dVunken driving ' In
Cleveland eonnty Recorder'? conrt
Tuesday. Each was given a fourmonth
sentence, suspended on payment
of fines of $50 and cost,
good behavior for two years, and
in addition, their driver's licenses'*
were suspended for 12 months.
JAYCBB MEETING! ,
Members of the King* Mountain
Junior Chamber of Commerce will
Itftlfl A Planar maatlnrr if nn?4a
View Hotel Friday night at 7:30.
Jl full attendance ie being urged.
:>:* . George War?, president, said a
- notober of organisational details
mre to be completed.
Ofertr BOABD MBBttNO
. * - ' If embers of Kings If ountaia *
Aboard of aldannen will bold tfc-i .
-regular February meeting "":?ura
day night at 7:30 at the City ' aA
The meeting was postpor "?
. Tuesday night.
OOUBT OF HONOIfc
The regular February court
honor wtyl bp bold at City Hall a?
7:48, according to an announcement
From a Piedmont Council headquar
torn, Gaston is, this week.
IX.-Col lfyroa Bhyae of Kings
lfoaataia, son of Mss. Claude' I
. Bhyne, Who wae recently promoted ]
^ 4o that -rank, has arrived home fol- *
lowing .his #eparaJJon this week l
From the army. COL Bhyae return- I
\ ' State, la Decern- *
her after a long period of service
^ in the Middle East. '
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,, Jams. G. Batterree and James E. 1
Amoo, Kings Mountain students at *
the University of North , Carobaa,
mmeag 168 member* of the f
fe-'iKlint j^ WW- ma^ pledge^-. t
social fraternities of the institu- I
, . Mob. lit. Batterree pledged Fht- *
Kappa Sigma and Mr. Amos plodg- 1
, , od Sigma Oil, according to an an- *
nouncesnent from - the tTnivenfty
* ,V f *? ' A,JVl" ' - -??
01 ty fireaen answegsd three a.
. ' .lams daring the fut week. They
* extinguished two grass fires on Friday,
and were called to piedmont
Rag Mill Monday to find a smok''
lug store, Chief Orady King'? report
was, "No damage."
XXWAMZ* WON'T MBBT
Attention of asmbert of the
Kings Mountain Klwanis club has
been balled to the fact that no
meeting will be held ' Thursday
night of this week, doe to the participation
Of the clnb in the Annual
Boy Beout baaquest Tuesday night.
Next regular meeting of the* club
wiO be ngmday night Feb. SL
v ' AOngOLDT DXMBUMUD)
* 6-flgt. Hubert Aderholdt, eon of
' lbs. J. K. Aderhold, arrived in
Kings Xonntnin last week, following
his honorable discharge from
the amy. 8-Bgt. Aderholdt served
as * supply sergeant at Moblln,
Ala. Be entered service early in
C. E. Warlick
V:--* CT-W-' 1
- 1 r.V:
? . "-Members of Jsknny W. Blackmail
Post gftn, Veterans of Foreign Ware,
. la asetiBg at the OHy HaR Tuesday
BifM, iHitem U. E. Warllck M|'
float eotzmander and also elected oth '
ltM officer* of tk? poat. ^
Tko foMowing additional officer* *
were eknaoni Lynwood Parton, aeaior
. Irtiia apa?aflir; Jim i?gan, junior
,flea iBOMwaii Ur; Frank Glue, quae- i
tcrmaateT (n ilwtri); a B. Dengler
poat odToeate (ro-oloct*d)) Hal Plonk ]
..-f^?kO,pay traatoai Jlaa Gmltk, two- .
*1 yoar trnoUo) Joka Hoary Moon, one- 1
"4 W nr- J
jan^wwg?i l inn Uwlm
Plenty Of Polit
But Week's Ac
Political talk and palltical fevera?
f poialble candidate* ? continued t<
lount in King* Mountain la it week
hough only one additional eandidat
krow hi* hat into -the ring.
^Olyde , Brid|<S>v anerdhant, fary*
ma nuiiiiyH who utp mat onoroj
hrsw hUvhgtlntaibs tin# for .afa
ff/ailrily * tdd of t^xoo moo. wh
.? >lmi^ limwd ' that the;
mold ooek , the Demeemtte uemlna
loo lo . (lie 1t*j primary.
In Kings Mountain, there were 'o<
urther official development!, bfa
beervere reported that Hal B. Ward
tate highway patrolman, was gettinj
lore and more Interested in-offering
or the sheriff's post, and som
rankly stated they were sure h
ronld announce In the near future
deantlme, Mr. Ward who admiteei
set week that he was eonslderini
inking a race, could not be reaehe<
Wednesday for a further statement.
Also being passed, around in the )o
al political field waa.' the* poeaibb
nedldacy qf Irvin M. Allen to
tariff. Mr. Allen Indicated eome
Una ago that he waa a possible eon
lidate, but politicoes here were is
Hned to discount his running. In th
tast week, however, Mr. Allen's nam
as agaia eome la for condderabi
sention. Mr. Alton is a former sher
ff of the county.
Hugh A. Logan, Jr., previously ae
ouneed eandldnte for sheriff, waa li
Kings Mountain Tuesday and wa
unking the rounds at a fait pad
Has* announced she tiff candidate 1
). ?. Willis, alee of Shelby.
There .was. still no announced can
lidate for the State House of Beprc
entatlvee, though the rumor mil
nd added County Attorney Henry E
Sdwards' named to the list of posei
lilkiftfl. whiflk Ariffinhllv 1
V. (BUI) Oeboras^ad ?. T. iiils, Ji
U1 art Shelby attorn*/*.
Glee A. B^dge*, Kings Mountain
aerohaat and ehairman of the count;
>oard of eoauaissioneTa, 1raa stL
bub on the epring'* activity, thougl
t la general)/ conceded that h<
tax Washburn, ar:u D. D. Lattlmor
rill eeek to retain their eeaU.
i Senator Lee B. Weathare also wa
till unannounced, though he was ad
sitting priratal/ ho would run agaii
*?.' W, J. McGUT. :
Mr*. KUa Greenwood Holeetnb, 8
rear* old, passed away la Olty Mi
fttarttt hospital, Winston-Gnlsia, has
Funeral esrvteoe wore held Than
lay afternoon 'at the First Bapftii
shnreh, eondaetod by,her potior, J>
B. K. Bed win*' rBaxlel .-.was la Oal
tw iioStlRlr Trf-" ?
Mrs. Holeon was tus w.dow of 1
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KDVCW MOUVTAW, V. C. THUII
J*jui l airfiiMBaaiBMi m lwi i UJ . M
N -* .
I ' i
; BHRRirr OAHDIDATtiS ? Shewn Jl
% ' ? r' * . / * ii 4/?. ? > * '.
1 above are the three anaouaMd caadl- dl
- dates for the Democratic nomination 01
p ' ' ..V ?e
for aherlff of Cleveland county. They ,
\ are Hugh A. Logan, Jr., top left, D. di
I L. Willis, top right,' and (Ayde Bridg- tb
\ ee, below. The primary will be held *
In May Obnelderable political talk a'
I \ **. ?c
hae been evident In Klnga Menntein di
dnring the pact week, and the pace 1* ,
* expected to quicken in the next few |!
- i p
weeks aa more candldatee announce, .
I U Cleveland county, gaining of the jt
- Democratic nomination la tantamount
! to election. t]
ical Talk Here *
:tion Was Ught .
- Mountaineers At Home
? For Two Twin Bills |
* itfap H~nntitn
Ivx% jn*rtta# q*d?r th? twin dt>
' feahat the Stagaof IMly Taeeiler <*
* OMOT Mba ea the teaam of the Mer- ?
J. W Oawbaa Bekeel f or the Deaf at L
the high school ijminriam *
9 will again to* at home for a double
t bfll wttto Butherfordton. J
Both programs got underway at
j 7 o'clock^ N
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e Na*arene Pastor
I Accepts New Call tl
i ' ' 01
_ Ber. W. Blanc hard Home, pastor "
I of the First Church of th? Nacarene
here since August 1939, resigned Sun ?
day, Feb. 10, in order to take up the '
- pastor's duties at the First Church al
? of the Naxarene in Charlotte, N. C.
r He'organised the First Church here w
* la August 1989, and has since that ^
time served in the pastoral office. lB
)- Mr. Home is an ordained elder in the v
* Church of the Naaarene and a mens- n
a bar of the Carolina district. b
* Ha will preach hie farewell sermon t1
- here Sunday morning, Feb. 17.
"He leaves a host of friende in 1
this eity who regret to see him go. I
i He tendered his resignation last Bun*
day and it was accepted with regret. I
* We, the people of Kings Mountain "
Ftyst Church fee) that this is oqr *
loss apdf Charlotte's gain.'We wish to _
express, our appreciation for his loy* '
* si service and to his many friends C
k who have contributed to the success
II of this church. The church hero was
i. never in better condition spiritually j|
I* and financially," said a spokesman ti
r. for the church.
The official board at this time has J*
& no contact in regard to filling the
pastoral office. However, the district
superintendent, Bev. J. V. Frederick,
. will be in charge until a call is a?'
0 Dr. -A T. Win nrmos ?i
* Offices In HonT Home
' Dr. A. L. Hill, wall-known King* E
Mountain physician who recently re- 0
named his practice here following a
long toar of duty overseas with the I
amy medical eorps, haa aanonneod fi
0 opening of office# in the homo ot
y Mies Mary Frances Hord, daughter
1 of the lata Dr., J., O. Hord, at tha m
j eojagr tof Piedmont avenue and King 7
* WStijf \ a * i' ' C
Dr. HU1 Ms rented several ftrot* a
h fteor rooms on the King street aide
A of the homo. He haa requested his part
tlanta use tho King street entrance. *
BAPTIST HOUB OHAHOB f, |
12 They >vUireturp^^ '
"--r ;. a-: .*?- . 1" .'$
DAY, rEBRUAKY 14. 1916
uyiBD.WnBH'l J Mill
Poll Shows 1
- JW? Mil/on, subpoenaed at a wit
'J5^f caae at city recorder'*
; Monday, waa charged with per
" 'A connection with her teatimo^"and
waa bound over to Superior
Seventeen caaea were tried before
idge U. CJ. O'Farrell.
0. O. Jackson, found guilty of
-unken driving, was given the statutory
judgment of a three-montn
ntence, suspended on payment of
>0 and costs plus revocation of his
river's license for one year.
Lester Hughes was assessed with
e costs for public drunkenness and
as fined $10 and cost for reaistin.
rest, while Marvin Sprouse was taxL
with the costs on counts of
runkenness and assault.
Howard O. Smith was taxed with
le costs for drunkenness and fined
i and costs for nouble parking, and
11a Mae Hughes, charged with resting
arrest and interfering with
istice was fined $25 and costs In
eu of a three-month sentence.
The following were assessed with
le costs for drunkenness: W. C.
[umphriea, Fred B. Newton, John
iaher,. John Oeorge, George Moore
nd Aliee Hughes.
Elisha Bodgers was fined $5 and
ists on the same charge.
Jo At Low Rate
Cleveland County's issue of $400,>0
in hospital bonds ? for expandig
the facilities of Bhelby hospital
It hois was sold at Baleigh by the
ocal Government commission Tueasy
morning at an average interest
its of 1.088 percent.
Purchasers of the bonds Issued were
iereantile Commerce Bank and Trust
xnpany, St. Louis, Mo., People's
ational bank and C. F. Cassell and
tmnanv Ka?4? a# V.
) WVKM V* VUNtlVlkClTlUC^ T ?.
Thirteen bidder* presented bids,
le successful bidding bloe paying an
rerall premium of $11. A11 bat the
rat $45,000 of the,issue, which maires
the first three yean, sold for a
at one percent. The bonds have an
rerage maturity period of eleven
nd one-half years.
(County oCficisJs were well-pleas?d
ith the result* of the sale, expresaig
themselves as gratified at the low
iterest rate. In supporting the bond
Qte last sufmtner, the county eomlissioners
had esimated that the
and* could be sold for aot more than
pro percent interest.
3f Boy Scout Orgs
: i ,
rouths Are Arrested
>n Larceny Charges
Two Kings Mountain youths sge
5, were arrested by Kings Mounsin
police this week,
rhey are Bill Bagwell, charged with
>rclble trespass and larceny, and
iajor William Loftin, charged with
Thepsir was arrested for the al-'
iged theft of $70 from a Mrs. Brides,
wife of a serviceman. Chief of
olice W. C. Timmons Mid the pair
|pd admitted the tneft.
ai_. si. i 1 r it.
oim luejr ?re oaij iu, ineir c?iei
111 Ik beard before Juvenile Judge
L A. Joueer, OleveUnd county clerk
f court, in Shelby. f
. > '
hrayer Band Schedules
lervicee For Ssturday
The Mountain View Prayer Band
ill bold eervieee Saturday night at
o'eloek at the home of Mrs. Dallie
ktlllne at Orowdera Mountain,, itwaa
nnonneed tfcia week.
Bev. George Leigh will oopduet the
ervlcee, At> ami atated. V',- ;
The publin-.^e invited- j>.'
X,T. MeOJan^e, Ifo wrqojf Mr. aad
ira. Tracy M?(Jigqt^ baa ,been ,prot^^rgeant,
K?W eutioae^. la ***** .
ig Chamber ol
TOPBBACH HB&E ? Dr. W.1C t
Ounle, paator of Belmont Flnt Preabjrtarlan
' church, will conduct a j'
woak'e erauffellstlc meetin* at Flnt t,
Preabytarlan church hare beginning
Sunday night. i
Bev. W. M. Currie, pastor of First
Presbyterian cbarch, at Belmont, will
conduct an evangelistic meeting at
First Presbyterian church here beginning
8unday night, it was annonn- s
ced this week by the pastor, Bev. P. .
Mr. Carrie will deliver sermons at
the chnrch each evening at 7:30 for
one week, excepting Satnrda night, (
i February 23. He will also deliver the (
sermon on Sunday morning, Feb. 24. (
"It affords me real pleas ore to an- <
nounce thia special series of evange- 1
listic services," Mr. Phtrick said.
"The visiting minister has been paster
of the Belmont church since 1028
and, nnder his ministry, the ehureh i
has grown to be one of the strongest |<
churches in the Synod of North Car-it
olina and the second largest chnrch | j
in Kings Mountain Presbytery. !)
"Mr. Carrie is a beloved pastor :i
and gifted preacher. It is a privilege t
to have him spend a week in our <
Mr. Carrie's sermon subjects will i
be as follows: <
Feb. 17?"The Divine Diagnosti- i
Feb. 10?"The Golden Temple." 1
Feb. 20?"The Honse of Mirrors".
Feb. 21?" Darkness and Light." ]
Feb. 22?"The Biehett Man & ]
I Feb. 24? (morning) ? "Overflow
I ing Religion." <
I (Evening)?"Ivory Palaeee."
Ladd W. Hamrick, well known ]
King* Mountain industrialist, wUs eleeted
chairman of the Kingi Mountain
district Boy 8?out organization '
Tuesday night at the annual Com- 1
munity Banquet of citizens and 1
Scouts held at the Woman's Club. '
8ome 200 Scouts and 8couters ga- ^
thered for the annual meeting to hear \
reports on the progress of the Scout '
program here in the past year and
to hear an address by fellow citizen ,
Henry B. McKelvie, recently elected |
president of the 11-county Piedmont ,
B. N. Barnes, retiring chairman,
In a special feature of the prog rem i
Rev. P. D. Patrick, pastor of First
Presbyterian chnrch, paid tribute to
the leadership of Carl W. Davidson,
Scoutmaster of Troop 1, who wan
killed in an automobile aeeideat here
last summer. Mr. Davidson, wUo was
Scoutmaster for 17 years, was described
as "a consecrated churchman,
and a rual leader of boys whose
death was of immeasurable lose to
his church, the community, and the
"I am sold on Scouting," Mr. MeKelvin
nal4,i/'wkinfc transcends nvna'
religion and goes into the hearts of
all boy*, MoeWtaU, Waejtmr l*He/.!f;
! I The speaker challenged Boy Scouts
to make known < Mte. ban efits tf & th ?
USc outing program to boys who are
Lot Scoots, tued urged the maa of the
fctwattr ta, ifrlMMiBMk
jroramoalty a ekarme to (tt-tkn bene
? X \ *~JP
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i n ^
c of c Wonid
Fifty-one members of the Kings
fountain Kiwania club, In a poll
onducted at their meeting last
Thursday night, favored the organisation
of a Kings Mountain Chamber
Glee A. Bridges, president, Mid
hat no negative votes were recorded
>ut he added a few failed to turn
The vote was taken to answer the
juestion: "Do yon think organisation
ii a ivings Mountain Chamber of
Commerce would help the eommunlyt"
The question was presented by the
lub's public affairs committee,
ehieh recommended an affirmative
Total number of members present
ras not learned but Mr. Bridges said
:hat average attendance is 60.
The Klwania club thus follows the
Merchants Association in endorsing
the organization of a Chamber of
Commerce, a trade organization of
business. professional and industrial
groups the broad purpose of which
s commercial, agricultural, and gen>ral
Violators of city and state ordinances
in Kings Mountain during Januiry
paid a total of $1,180 In fines
tad bond forfeitures and $911.60 ia
mart costs, according to a tabulation
by tbe police department.
total of 104 persons wers arrootitf
Following is different violations
snd the number arrested on each
tharge: public drunkenuese, 44; nonrapport,
1; drunken driving, 18; driv
Ing without driver's license, 3; speeding,
4; assault, 2; larceny, 1; violaon
of the liauor law. S: violation nt
he sshool attendance law, 2; abanlonment
and non-support, 2; carrying
i concealed weapon, lj fornication
ind dultery 3; affray, 1; drunk and
iiaorderly conduct, 4; reckless drivng,
2; tampering with a witneaa, 1)
isaault on a female, 1.
Two of the 104 defendants were
Found not guilty.
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Pinal Rites * Conducted
For Mrs. Bessie Fifield
Funeral aervieea were held Turelay
afternoon at 3 o 'cloek at ElBethel
church for Mrs. Bessie Phifer
Fifield who died in Potsdam, N. Yn
Feb. 7, She waa born April 11, 1880.
She waa the eldest daughter by
William Butler Phifer and Amanda
Dixon. On July 4, 1924, she was mardad
to Glenn Aron Fifield who waa
the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Aron
Fifield of Potsdam, N. Y.
Mrs. Fifield had one son, Jack
Aron, who died in infancy. She is
inrvived by the following brothers
ind sisters: Victor Phifer of Camilla,
3a., Arthur Phifer, Campbell, Lloyd,
Martin, Jacob, Bufus, Minnie an>l
Margaret ail of Kingq Mountain and
Dempsey, of Susanville, Calif.
The pastor, Rev. Clegg Alredd, aslisted
by Bev. P. D. Patrick, of tho
Presbyterian church, conducted the
Dr. W. L. Mauney
To Resume Practice
Dr. William L Manner, who has
recently returned from overseas, will
resume his practice of Chiropody and
foot Surgery here.
He was with the Navy two and a
half years, during which time he served
seventeen and a half months overseas
with the First Marine divle>
ion. He participated in the entire
Okinawa campaign, after which he
fras seat to Peiping, China before .
returning to the States for discharge.
: * . > > i i
He is a graduate of Temple Unb
vfrslty in PtUta^elpWa aad poet
graduate work in Orthopedics and
Chiropodist Bergeoy at the Illinois
College of Chiropody and Foot Hufgery.
S ' ' ,r$
Jfc Mauney'a offices will be l>
their former location, upstairs nett
door to the Imperial Theater. .