Farmers Are Gathering Fodder And
Making Hay. On \is.it At Grover
After 1M Years.
(Special to The Star.)
Grover, Sent. 10.—The farmers of
the community are jra‘ herintr fodder
and nankin? hay for feed for the win
ter, The corn crop i: reported to he
the shortest for yearn Cotton has im
proved very much since the dry weath
The first week of school passed off
nicely. The Work is well under way
and it seems that we have a splendid
corps of teachers.
Harold, the yountr son of Mr. and
Mrs. ■). L. Herndon, suffered a very
Is in New
completing his fall
purchases of Clo
thing, Shoes, Hats
painful accident Saturday afternoon
"hm ho cut hi- leg with on axe. It
was nece.«ary for tho attending phy
, sician to take several stitch*- in dos
ing the wound. lie seems to be get
ting on well.
Mr. lone Murphy of Maryville**,
Te:.n„ is vi. itir.tr relative* ii? the Crov
1 or community. Thi i his first vist to
; (Jrover in eighteen year:-. Mr, Murphy
has been living in Ten-no--.- for more
than fifty year - and this i,- his -econd
vi.ii. to hi relatives in ths cornniun
ty. He i,- n maternal unde of M«-s rs.
-John and Mor.r e Hi an. and r; brother
of Mrs. Thomas Bridge.*.
Mi Mary Helen Renter left last
week for a visit of a few days at
1 Clavton fr> ;u wki-h place sh will go
to Raleigh where -be will enter Mere
dith college this week.
Mr John !!■■;'.r.i and family spent
. --me time last week in I’nion County,
S'. (’. Mr. Beam was on a visit to his
old Ihrlhp’ace. He said Curt the coun
try had changed so much in the years
"hat he hardly recognised the home
The many friends of Mr. Wilson
I Priester will hr- ph ased to learn that
; he is recuperating nicely from an at-1
|.k of typho-id fev, r in a hospital in
j Augusta, fla. where he was taken
[ . ( ••oral \v - k ago. Mrs. Rriester was
; called f'-om the hoir.-“ of her parents
[here to lie with him. They ore expected
to return to Croyer as soon as Mr.
Priester i-- aide to make the trip.
Mrs J. P. Hamhright is r -ported to
-be serioi' lv r.ick sit her home north' of j
tJrovi r. She has been in delicate health !
f< t ,-ome month a,'but. has been much j
worse for the last few day's.
I)i:SI<; \EftS. FABRICATORS,
KrccSort4"S< ructurai' Sled and
Concrete Reinforcing Burs.
I\>r Office and Store Buildings,
Oarages., Store Fronts, Mil! and
Factory Buildings, Machine
Shops and Foundries, Churches
and Schools. Immediate shipments from
r< hai lotte stock.
SOUTHERN ENGINEERING COMPANY
Office and Plant * Charlotte, N. C.
A fire proof wall board, takes the place
of plaster and costs no more. Easy to put
up.' No joints and will not crack.
All kinds of mill and shop work. Build
ing materials of all kinds.
Prompt and free deliveries inside of
ARROWOOD-HOWELL LUMBER CO.
Phone 321. Shelby, N. C.
—MWBBMMWTlHMfM—h——um... . —
PURR PAINT will cover (hide)
and protect more surface per gallon,
because i>:contains 20% to40% more
pure lead. There is not even a sus
picion or adulterant in it. I .et us
show you how little it takes to paint
your house right.
C. C. GREEN, — — — Shelby, C.
Any Car is a Better Car
if nothing but
THE VOLATILE GAS
is ever fed to the tank: Better in mileage, up
keep, flexibility, pick-up and power.
Fill ui> at
Waco, N. C.
Messrs. J. M. ami M. C. Hardin mo
tored to Augusta, <»last week to set*
Mr. Wilson Priester who is convales
cing from an attack of typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Crisp of Mount
ville, . C. spent several days in Grover
last week on a visit to Mr. Crisp's
brother, Mr. S. A. Crisp.
Mr. and M s. Daniel Hird»of Blacks
burg spent Sunday with relatives ;n
Several friend- and relatives were
at the home of Mr. J. A. Ellis last
Sunday for dinner in honor of his six
tieth birthday. We wi.,1: for him many
returns of thci happy occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott of the Latti
rm.re community were visiting Mrs.
Elliott’ sister, Mrs. K. G. Adams last
Messr . Dorritt Moss and John Dix
on were Sunday vis itors at Seneca, S.
Miss Edna Parker of Shelby visited
relatives. i:i Grover during the week
Rev. W. O. Johnson and family left
Monday for a visit of several days to
relatives in Robeson county.
Mr. Mike Austell of Shelby spent the
day Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. David Wesson and son
ef Columbia, S. visited relatives in
Mr. Clyde Ellis of Itutherfordton
attended the birthday dinner given in
honor of his father, Mr. J. A. Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Keeter of Besse
mer City visited relatives in Grover
Young Minister Is
Ordained by Baptists
.At the request of Mt. Sinai Baptist
church a presbytery of ministers and
deacons from Boiling-’Springs, Poplar
Springs, New Hope, Flint Hill, First
am! Second churches of Shelby, Trin.
ity, Pleasant Grove and New Prospect
ehurcthes, met Sunday Sept. 7, at '!
p. ni., at Mt. Sinai church fur the pur.
post of examining-, and if found qual
ified, ordaining Brother R. H. Weav
er to the full work of the gospel min
i-try. The presbyterv was organized
by electing pastor Jas. C. Gillespie,
moderator and Goran S. Rollins, clerk.
After a very satisfactory examination
conducted by pastor J. R. Green of
Boiling Springs, it was unanimously
decided to go into the ordination. Bro.
J. M. Goode of Boiling Springs led the
ordaining prayer and after the im
position of bonds by the presbytery,
Hr. R. L. Lemons of Shelby preached
the sermon. Pastor Rush Padgett pre
sented the Bible nhd Brother Weaver
pronounced the benediction.
Brother Weaver is now entering
Wake Forest college, having finished
his high school work at Boiling
Springs last session and we believe he
j will make a consecrated and very use
ful minister of the Gospel.
JAS. C. GILLESPIE, Moderator.
CORAN S. ROLLINS, Clerk.
Attendance Now Beyond 150 Mark.
Formal Welcome for Teachers
on Friday Evening.
(Special to The Star.)
Waeo, Sept. 10.—The enrollment of
the Waco high school, which began its
fall session Monday, Sept. 1, has now
t gone beyond the 150 mark. This is 50
more than hi3t year at the same time,
In hi ooening remarks, I. J. Kel-*
lum, principal, stressed the necessity
of each child getting started early in j
the session and being regular ir. at
tendance at school. He stated that
only a small percent of those
boys and girls who come from without I
the district and here-Io-fore have got
started late, have been able to cover a
grade in a year, because of a late
Miss Rena Bigharn, who taught the
fith and 7th grade? last week, in the
absence of her brother, Joseph Big
ham, the regular teacher, returned to
her home in Huntersville Friday aft
Mr. Bigham, who was detained at
Chape! Hill, because of his work in the
A Stubborn Fact
If we cut the price of tires
we would have to cut
their value, too.
That would not do you
We would rather sell and
we believe you would
rather buy good tires at fair
prices. And the Diamond
Cord we offer is a tire of
remarkable value at a
very reasonable price.
A. Blanton Grocery Go.
THE AUG. W. SMITH CO.
DEPARTMENT STORE. SPARTANBURG, S. C.
ORDER OUR SAMPLES AND COMPARE WITH OTHERS
Our new Fall line of Ready-To-Wear, and Millinery is ready for
Flannel Sport Dresses in stripes, plaids, and solid colors—$13.95,
$16.50 and $19.75.
Jersey Sport Dresses—$5.95 to $19.75.
Silk Dresses for Street Wear—$19.75 to $89.50.
Wool Dresses for Street Wear—$19.75 to $59.50.
Evening and afternoon dresses—$19.75 to $119.50.
. Sport Coats in all the new shades and plaids. A complete range
of sizes—$19.75 to $74.50.
Dress Coats trimmed with fur, or plain. All new shades and
styles—$24.50 to $189.50.
Rest Room for Ladies. Maid in Attendance. Second Floor.
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athletic coaching school < f the Univer
sity, conic* in Monday.
The iK-iv teachers of the school will
be formally welcomed to the commun
ity Friday evening Sept. 12. The en
tire community and especially every
parents who has children in school is
being urged to be present. It is a good
thing for the teachers and patrons of
a school to know each other. In this
way many misunderstandings are
County Superintendent J. C. New
ton will be present at this meeting
and will .‘-peal; on the subject: ‘The
State's Plan for a County-wide Sys
tem of Schools.”
Arc your building1 your soil? Plant
some legumer Uii. fall for plowing
under next spring and note the result
ing increase in crop yields.
Phosphate alone will not make good
wheat; use some nitrogen also in the
mi:|tire, advise agronomy workers
jf the North Carolina state college.
SUMMER IS GONE
FALL IS ALMOST HERE—
Time to get out your winter garments.
Have them renewed for another season's
WHITEWAY DRY CLEANING CO.
Cleaners — Dyers
SPECIFY HOME PRODUCTS
Ask your grocorvman for Bust’s Broad and Cakes'.
They are sold on a money-hack guarantee if not satis
Our products are delivered-to the grocers twice daily.
Demand them fresh. Bolls Made Morning and Burning,
(let them at the Bakery.
Shelby, N. C.
We have opened a millinery store on the
Fallston road, one mile from Shelby. Beau
tiful line of new Fall patterns at prices that
will interest you, because we are out of the
high priced district.
Misses Blala And Alma Blanton
FOR AN ATTRACTION OF MERIT
THE SPARKS CIRCUS IS A SOUTH
ERN INSTITUTION THAT HAS GAIN
ED A NATIONAL REPUTATION FOR
CLEANLINESS and HONESTY
WILL SURELY BE IN
When SPARKS CIRCUS visited Shelby
last season both your local newspapers
said it was the CLEANEST and BEST
CIRCUS EVER IN YOUR CITY.
A Word To The Wise Is Sufficient.