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Creomulsloa relieve* promptly beSSShii'tfStoteiS
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trouble to help loosen ana expel germ
laden phlegm, and aid nature to sooths
. .-: Mid heal raw.iender Inflamed bronchial
mucous membranes, " ml your druggist
to sell you a bottle 01 Jreomulalon with .
i'^v ttt* understanding -j ?u must like the I
way It quickly allays .'bo cough oy you
. ?iw to have your money back. ,
Foe Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
We Pill any Doctors'
and accurately at reasonable
prices with the
confidence of your phy!
mm mCiiXAUt btobb
w? OiU por And Deliver
I SERVICE and D
Tmi Service and D
I only oar motto bat?
you send your clothe
I on getting them 1
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gtrtl ; jk : P&iil * , ,'XV: " . _ , -- tn
fy Way Oi Mention
Mr."nd Mrs. R. Lee Blanton had 1
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and |
Mrs. Clyde Blanton and children of
Cllffslde and Mrs. Ollie Blanton of
Mr. Lloyd Houscr has the flu at
Mrs. J. I. Hope had as her guests
Suunday Mr. and Mrs. Jessie llarri 11 j
on the Shelby highway ard Mr. and j
Mrs. Charles Wilson also of Kings :
Mountain, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.!
Hope of the Bethlehem section. |
The larges* acreage increase over
19-16 of any commodity Is sugested
for cotton In 1947, by the USDA. The
goal is gased on the need for nearly
12 million bales bf cotton.
.(rain coM Mnrla. Try MVjAj
CoM TMMt, or, nf flfl
ependabllity Is not
ur practice. When
.? hero you can count I
Hick quickly and
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I Strictly Clean"
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Lj &>*& s 3,??1;
ee, Number 4 Township Tar
Mountain. Mr. Batterree will
to hotter serve residents of ti
life ' ' ' -F- v"1
ers Will Be 1
n\ *>. ^V" i yffiy ' 1 ' ' *^|^A # * ,? j%) >1 __'- I
bi i^L-o t-'v^' XT^IMSL pife ctJhs * I
PUBLljH^B ? Tbome-s L a-.ULvn
abort. U the new publisher of the
Charlotte Hows. Mr. Robinson beoi
i?fisa,ri Bli Tip'aieay.W^.
the Hews lest week. Former pubish
er was w. mh?T uowa. jr- son o.
the founds* of tho afternoon daily.
Uncle Sam Says
Benjamin Franklin's devotion to
thrift Is as well known to my niece;
and nephews as his tore of liberty
The two go hand In hand beeanse
with wise saviors yon cah give your
r self the freedom to achieve man;
personal goals for yoorself and famly.
Wo remember Franklin's advice
that a penny saved U~i penny
earned. Were he alive today, he
would revise this advlee to fit these
times by saying that n three dollars
saved In United States Savings
Bonds earn an extra dollar In 1C
years. v. s. 7>*<mr> d* Mr* ?#>.<
^ ' .
Liater at the
be at Harndon's
hie area on Jan'
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Scouters To Hocnr
Dr. O. H. Benson
Gastonla,? Dr. Oscar H. Benson,
educator, author, lecturer and social
//orker; Originator and lor the first
ten years National Director of the
?.n.cu States Department of Agriculture
4-H Clubs and for fifteen
years National Director of Karal
Scouting of the Boy Scouts of America,
will deliver the address at the
annual meeting and banquet of the
Piedmont Council, Boy Scouts of
America to bt held at the Seoul
neailquarters building here on Tuesday
night, January 21 - st at 7:00
o'clock. Scout and Cub Leaders from
the Counties of Alexander, Burke,
Caldwell, Cleveland, GaSton, Iredell,
Lincoln, McDowell:, Polk, and Rutherford
which make up the Piedmont
Council will be among the 325
expected at the meeting.
Reports on the work of the Boy
Scout movement in the eleven
Counties of the Council and by the
various committees of the orgs",
ization will be made. Plans for 1947
will be adopted and Silver Beavei
Awards for outstanding service to
boyhood will be made to J. E. Blackwelder
of Mooresville. The Silver
Beaver award will also be made at
tin unnin I mont Inrr a# fho Vnnrn
?<av v* ?HV I
standing in the work ol Scoutinr
among the Negro boys of the Piedmont
Official of the organization report
1946 a year of progess in the fieU'
of camping, leadership training anc'
advancement. At the close of the
year, 6,604 men and boys were officially
registered, there being 21C
Scout Troops, 26 Cub Packs, and 4
Senior Units with 4,265 Scouts enrolled.
2,027 Scouts and leaders attended
the Council Camps during
the past summer. 9,860 advancement
'awards were made during the
year with 70 Scouts reaching the
ITS EASY TO SAVE UP
POL LAPS FOR A "RAINY I
PAY * WITH YOUR LOW COST
. INSURANCE a
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NOTICE OF 8AXJI I
Under and by virtue of the power j
of sale as 'provided by a judgment in ?i
the Special Proceeding* entitled "J. Ii
H. Wuro and wife, vs. W. E. Ware, H
et al," said judgment having been,
signed l>y his honor, IToyle Sink,
judge presiding over the October, Xo- j
vombcr term, 1946 of, the Superior i
Court for Cleveland County, North i
Carolina, I the undersigned, will sell
foT cash on the premises of the land
bereir.nftcr described on Saturday, ^1
February 9th. 1917, at 10:00 o'clock i
In. m., or within legal hours, the foi- '<
' )win? described real estate: I
Ail of lots Xunjhers 1 through 7-1 >
ir.clusivo as shown on a map or pint i
made by L. B. Falls, Surveyor, on > i
the 20tii dnv of December, 1916, ot 11
he X. M. Ware estate which plat is
I now on record in the Register of |
Heeds Office for Cleveland County j
hoojt of pints ,1 nt pnge 1. I,
FINANCING - I
Quick, Efficient, 0
!* vi&fi/iE Fiiiai
IM&in Street In Fro
Four Nice Lots of the P
Also several nice lots in
After the loss, it is toe
?We insure anything
P. D. HE
w * . ! i "?
Again in 1946
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UCTION * "p/ldT IN T
IftlNED CAR AND TRUCK I
KW / /'^^lAt > . f-wv/^'VJ
Me of 1940? to be able to build
need for new these fine products
is most urgent buying so eagerly
or Division of car giving BIQO
A other manu- LOWEST' COSTre
production. giving BIG-TRUC
rolet is tint in LOWE8T COS!
it ion?firat in Chevrolet line whic
Irst in com- lowaat-pric&d tit
t and truck , Meanwhile, it Stan
* the fact thrt get bigger vml*i
. three month* of America^e^large
Mftioit poiiibl^ (Whwyl
OWBST^ PRICED. Jull|rj.|?|
"The binds of" the latoV.' M.' Wart." |l
decease J, have been surveyed and
platted and same will be offered tor \
unle in lots separately and then as a
whole. Thero is located on lot No. 1,
the dwelling house of the late N. M. '3
The above described property is lofated
near the Waco Road about
one mile northwest of Kings Muun- 'x
Ten percent (10 pet) deposit will
>C re<(uired on all sales and the sale
,vill stand open 1" days for raise .9
>f bid. All sales must be confirmed
A plat of the property is in the
office of J. R. Davis Attorney and
may he seen by an prospective purThis
the 4th day of January, 1947.
B. D. Ratterree,
I. R. Davis, Atty. j-9?30
LOANS i 1
IEFINANCING . iftj
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nt of the Poatoffice " -J1
ae 2035 .M
hilbeck property on the J1
> late! INSURE NOW |
that has a value.
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Jjk. Mt ' ,
mora and more of
i which Aqperica la ^
?the only motor
-the on/y truck
h stands out as the
ia in ita " 'jjl
ds to reason you 11
ta and quicker ',J |$
Ming the product .* v .
st builder of car*
Bsst vaiua'm waU as
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