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OBBON PAPER: Sow in atomic. u.?
v* iMT' *tme? entf it still make*
v - 40OU rendaole ropy. Both fctaT.'d
fi&; , ud tnd legal size. HCRALD PUB
L1SHING H0U8E. elUn.
" WANTED TORRENT: Small Vou?e7r
apartment. C. C. 14Bub" Gates.
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LATHE WORK, WELDING, DREL
; ling, Threading. Any kind of General
Repc.hr. (HARRISON) MACHINE
SHOP Tork Road, mar ftp
i ' TKPMWRlTim REPAIR: If yen n^d
a typewriter or adding machine repaired
eaii 167. Our service mas' will
be able to give yea one-week service,
or leea. Herald Publishing
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STOTAXT SERVICE: For prompt notary
service eee Mrs. Billic Began,
notary public, at Logan Supply eoa
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IUM FOB SAZiB: Call la yoar
order. Delivered to yoar home. KJLr
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Blanket*, Bed.preads,
f Cartaine, Blblee, Rags. Hoom OoaU
fc?4rU Furniture Cove , Bilvervut,
Ahualanat Cooking Wut ?
Cash of Term*. Call r. V. Welle.
iNt lMl, Phone 40S-J-S.
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WALTERS FLOWEBS
* Phone 96
. The Bart In Flowers .
For All Occasions
rOOXpt vUU and black Boeton ball
pap. Jako Phifer, roata 2, Bo* 78.
I'VyS FOUWDI A remedy for beck-ack* do*
to kidney troabl*. Try KID DO, only
97 casta. Money Back guarantee.
KINGS MOUNTAIN DRUG CO.
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BATS TOTJ* RADIO REPAIR
word done at BRIDGES RADIO
BBBYICB at Bterchl'e. J-2 80.
kv' njtODBS HAND LAUNDRY will opea
for bnalneea Fab. 3 at Mataal
Exchange Store four mile* from
Kings Mountain on tba ' Gaetonla
highway. No pick-np or delivery?
discount because df cash and carry.
3-9-30
WANTED: Weaver, and Draw-in
band*. Transportation and houaing
available. Call Kingi Mountain 27
Collect. j-9-16.
: SPENCER CORSETS: Individually
[ designed - foundation medical
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write Mr*. Dora B. Etheridge, 812
N- Boyce at. Gostonia, N. C. j-30pd
lounge, the parlor, the dininlg room?
K In short, for the house 8c DAN
Irom manufacturer to you.
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TURIN eV^peSCr^Ptt?n -TIME
tepettryv <SSr 1^rofiTol^the
'M b??t grade tapestry to choose
| at the^Trading
world to choose from ... withto^StuitSSi
station for additional information
(Cofffotid Jcm? IS# 1047)
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Snmmitt Advanced
Bank; Troop 2 Wii
GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND^
WELDING: Latest equipment,
prqmpt service. KINGS MOUNTAIN
MACHINE WORKS, Inc.,
Gold st. j-16-trn
SCARCE Merchandistl Just received
a small shipment of
Estate Oil Heatrolas. TIRE
SALES & REBUILDERS.
423 N. Piedmont. j-16
FOB SALE: Limited supply
MABSH kitchen cabinets; porcelain
top, pre-war quality.
KINGS MOUNTAIN FURNITURE
COMPANY. Phone 57. J-16.
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FOB SALEt Duo-Therm oil heater.
Call 53-R. J-16
FOUNDr Pair ai children's glasses
near Mountain View Hotel. Owner
i flee and paying cost of advertisement
_ J-16.
FOB SALEi nice selection table-model
radios. KINGS MOUNTAIN
FURNITURE CO. Phone 57. J-16.
FOB SALEi onasliower stall. .Also
medicine cab&ets. A. L. WARE
PLUMBING SHOP. Phone 67. J-16
WANTED TO BKNTs house out of
city limits. Tommy Barnett, Waco
road. J-16-23-p<i
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FOB SALEs One used electric
brooder; one wood brooder. Tommy
Barnett, Waco Road,1
j-16-23pd
FOB SALE> 200 nice fryers. Tommy
Barnett, Waco Road.
MS-2$pd
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FOR SALEs one 20 gal. automatic
oil burning water heater. A. L.
WARE PLUMBING SHOP, phone
67. J-16.
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FOB SALEt Kerosene heater. Small
portable for that small room or
bath. Gaulfs Grocery. J-16.
FOR RENTs I^arge furnished bedroom.
Couple preferred. On bus
route. Close in. Call 219-L-R.
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FOB SALE I one 42" drain board
I - sink with or Without cabinet A.
L. WARE PLUMBING SHOP.
Phone 67. J-16.
WE STILL HAVE A GOOD LINE of
used clothing for sale. Excellent
bargains ? come in and look
" them over today. McCURDYCNEANEHS
DYEBS. Phone 257.
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FOB SALE: German ~uger with
holster in perfect condition. Also
< >2fi callber Model 61 Winchester
pump action repeating rifle. See
Tom Templeton at S. A T. Furniture
company. Piedmont avenue.
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FOB SALE: one 30 to 40 gal. aide
1 ami bottle gae^btiMiiag w?tMi
. heater. ,A&WAKE PLUMBING
SHOP. Phone 67. J16. .
WANTED TO BENT: Prefer 5 to 7FOB
SALBt 1939 Pontiac in good
P condition. 5 good tires, new paint
phone 233 or 264-J. j-16. '
SALESMAN WANTED! Anyone inv
terested lit selling monuments in
M-ntaln^A^in^
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FOB BALE: oM 30-gal. automatic
A^ll*WAREUIpWWRU^G SHOR
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FOR SALE* New commercial builduiung*.
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M^NTAIN HER.
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A. B. Sumitt, of Troop 2, was advanced
to Life rank at Boy Scout
Court of Honor, held at city hall
last Thursday night here. Paul McGinnis
also of Troop 2, was advanced
to Star rank and four other local
scouts were advanced in rank.
Troop 2 won the banner for making
the most advancements.
The advancements:
Life: A. B. Sumitt, Tp. 2.
Star: Paul McGinn Is, Tp. 2.
first Class: Jimmy Kimmel, Tp 5
Second Class: Carl Cole, Tp. 5.
Tenderfoot: James Rushing, Tp. 5;
Charles Cook, Tp. 5.
Merit Badges:
Bookbinding: Jack Moss, Tp. 7;
Jimmy Klser, Tp. 2.
Cooking: R. L. McFalls, Tp. 7;
Harold Spears, Tp. 7; Jack Moss, Tp.
7.
Home Repairs: Jiramie McGinn is,
Tp. 2.
Music: David Bishop, Tp. 2.
Pathflndiog: Raymond Black,
Tp. 2; Paul McGlnnis, Tp. 2.
Tp. 2.
Plumbing: Garland Still, Tp. 2.
BenfWld final
I Rites Conducted
Final ritM war* held Sunday at the
Second Baptist church here for
lfra. Horace Benfleld, 51, with Dr.
H. Y. Tanner conducting the Servian.
Interment Mowed at the Antioch
cemetery la Grover.
After two years of declining health
Mis. Benfled died at her home In
gluts Mountain Friday. She had
been a member of the Second Baptist
church tea 35 years and was
particularly well-known In church
auUnlUse and drdos.
Survivors Include her husband,
one brother, C B. Moss of Kings
Mountain; and four sisters, Mrs.
J. F. Lankford, Mis. Hi gh WUllama,
Mfs. Hunter Huistet^r, ami
Mrs. Bucgin Ay era.
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Prompt Attention Per Yonr
Plumbing Heads
WELCH
PLUMBING SHOP
Phone 223-J P. 0. Box 118
Kings Mountain, N. 0.
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VL.D, Thursday, Jan. 16, 1947
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_ ... ? American Legioi
11 G QI 0 XlGWS j night of last wee
well attended.
By Mrs. Jessie G. Costaer Davidson 1
ball teams playe
sciiool last Wed
Rev. S. T. Gillespie of -Lowell team won, the
preached at Mt, Olive baptist Washington,
last Thursday night. Rev. L. J. On Friday the
Westbrook of Llncolnton, Rev. F. L. played Lincoln
Howell of Waco, and Rev.. H. Gray I The Davidson g:
of Rock Hill, S. C, took part in the i coin Academy be
services. The service was well at-1 ^ w
ICIIUCU. V-,XI muiiua^ II
i the Davidson tei
Misses Slolse and Magdalent mont to play Re
Thompson of Charlotte were rec> t teams,
visitors in Kings Mountain. A plate suppei
The Boy Scout Court of Honor was in the dining hal
held at Davidson school ThtirsUv Saturday night Ji
night for troops No. 10 and No. 11 7:30 o'clock, spo
of Kings Mountain. No. 2. The publl
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?GEOWING MAS]
?CHICKEN STAB
^ ?BIO HOG FEED
?SCRATCH TREE
?CHOICE MIXED
We can now serve yon with Feed lug
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"Mott" Taylor cine. Boo fix
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CLEANERS- WARD'S
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Phone 867 SEED
239 Railroad Ave. Phone 396
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H?* Sehtwilk Whe tiB't quit
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Miller Post of the present.
n met Wednesday: Mrs. LUlle Brown had as hw?
k. The meeting was diner guest recently, her brollies
Wesley Gidney.
High School basket Mrs. Alma Francis spent hey
d Washington high , week in Philadelphia visiting hir
Inesday. The girls' son, Mr. Robert Francis, and Mm
boys' team lost to Francis, her daughter, Mrs. LcoU
j Smith, and two granddaughter^.
Davidson team! Mary Frances Smith and Mns
Academy team;.. Louise Johnson. Mrs;. Francir ?
iris won. The Lin- turned home Monday.
>ys won.
ight ot this week, The second annua) sale of tttc
ams went to Bel- North Carolina 4h?rniii?.n a-.?
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id high school Breeders Association is schedule
for Elkin, March 12.
: will be served
1 of Galilee church, The State Five-Acre Cotton Co*
an 18, beginning at test will be held again this year
nsored by Circle and farmers may file entries wllk
c Is invited to be county agents.
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luie rood, Fen- MOTORS
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Por all Piloses Dodge ? Plymouth and
Dodge Truck Dealer
3 FEED & Beryloe by Factory Trained ^ J
STORE " Mechanic! . {/
All Work Guaranteed
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?Aerial Photography
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