Travelling Man Relates
Something About Florida
W. P. Cassidey, traveling salesman
for a printers’ ink manufacturing
company called at t.he office of Views
and Interviews Wednesday, for the
purpose of taking an order for ink,
and incidentally lie war, drawn into
conversation about, various and sun
dry things, but like most conversa
tions these days, it was mostly about
Florida, Florida people, land, mom y,
fish fruit, water front lots, etc.
Mr. Carsidey said he had been >
ing to Flor da for several years pas t
about every Seventy days and was
familiar with the Alligator state
from the time the boom started un
til now. Me is interested somewhat
—has a lot or two down there; but
he Vs wanting to roll. Didn't buy to
“Well, I may be mistaken, but 1
am looking for a break in Florida
about next May. It may nut come,
but 1 would r.oi be surprised if it
did. My reasons for thinking that the
break will come about tiyyi are rea
sonable, 1 believe. \ ou see a large
part of the tourists in Florida it is
summer, have been living in houses
that have bum leaned for the sum
mer only, with the understanding
that they are tf be given up when
the tourists who decupled them la
winter and leased them for the com
ing winter come back. The present
occupants will have to get out and
buy and build. Next May when the
winter tourist want to renew leases
for the next winter, rents will b«*
boosted so high that they wilt either
buy and build for them,solves or stay
otit of Florida. This will cause a «* r
nation of buying, because lots of peo
ple will not cure to pay the price
of buying and building or the high
property to lease or
Another thing about the situation
is this. Most all of the development
of Flo. Ida has been don? by the
name people Who developed Califor
nia, and they have been doing things
Well, in time they will see the end
of it and then they will seek new
fields for development and this will
be in Western North Carolina. Fact
is, they have already begun opera
tions in North Carolina, but they are
trying to hold that bock until they
can get all out of the Florida boom
that it is possible for them to get.
Then on to Northt Carolina for an
“There are thousands of ‘tin can'
tourists in Florida. They have been
going down to Florida with a two
dollar bill and one shirt, and they
never changed either one. They
would rent a parking space and live
on fish and fruits. Now parking
: pace, is getting too high for the
two dollar bill and they re having
to move on. Only a day or two ago
I met five or six ears going hack
from Florida, and chalked up on one
in big letters were the words, ‘To
hell with Miami.’ \
Fine for catarrh
whan nit lieu in a
spoon or snuffed
up tho noio ami
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CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION.
State of North Carolina—Department
To All to Whom These Presents May
Wheras, It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, depos
ited in my office, that the Catherine
Mill Company, a corporation of this
State, whose principal office is situ
ated in the Town of Shelby, County of
Clevel.i.id, State of North Carolina
(H. L. Toms being the agent therein
and in charge thereof, upon whom
process may be served), has complied
with the requirements of Chapter 22,
Consolidated Statutes, entitled “Cor
porations,” preliminary to the issuing
of this Certificate of Dissolution:
Now, Therefore, I, W. N. Everett,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify that
tho said corporation did, on the 28th
day of September 1925, file in my of
fice a duly executed and attested con
sent and the record of the proceedings
said corporation, executed by all the
stockholders thereof, which said con
sent nad the record of the proceedings
aforesaid are now on file in my said
office as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
to set my hand and affixed by official
seal at Raleigh, th»3 28th day of Sep
tember, A. t). 1925.
W. N. EVERETT, Secretary of State.
“It i no use for anybody to go to
Florida expecting to get any building
done. That is practieally impossible.
The construetors have all the work on
hand.- that can possibly In* done fori
month,;. Skilled labor is scarce arid ■
all of it is cm ployed* The cotu.rac
*,>rs are finding that it is cheaper for
them to pay the railroads demurrage
n.i the cars loaded with building nia
t’rials, than it is. to rent vacant pro
perty to store their material:--., and
that is why th > railroads have put
an embargo on freight .shipments in
to th ■ state,
"Tire crowds' in Florida are tre-.
mendous and im reusing every day.
flight now in Miami, it takes from
four to five days-t o get one's mail
at the po; . off; *o, due to the fact that
the forces cannot handle it any ciuick
er, and it her. bs.tr> eo that telegrams
were delayed from 24 to -it! hours, be
cause the wires cannot handle the
incoming and outgoing Business.
"Speak mg e Hendersonville and
that country in Western North Caro
lina, in 0 a. or two you v.v
• oping from 1UO.OOO to 230,00 peo
ple living in pup lento. But I bo
le* ve I am right when 1 say the break
will ’tonic in Florida next May, but
it will be only temporary at that/’
LODGE MURDER CHARGE
AGAINST W. M. PYRTLE
Catawba Man Held For Death 01
Pearl Childers, Found Dead
In Martin Hoarding House.
Hickory, Nov. 2,—W. M. Pyrtle,
< mploye of the Brook ford Mills Com-,
i'tiny, wa; arrested yesterday charged
with the murder of Pearl Childers
Groan,-aged 21, of Dudley Shoals, who
was .'hot and killed at 11:45 o’clock
Saturday night at. the Martin board
ing house in Brookford. The woman
car shot in the right breast and died
It was Tlrst believed that she com
mitted suicide but several witnesses
testified before the coroner’s jury
that she had expressed fear that
Pyrtle was going to kill her* Pyrtle
said he was with the woman, who was
known both as Mrs. Green and Miss
• hilders, a few minutes before he
hoard the shot and when he got beck
to the room she was on the floor with
a bullet wound In her breast and a
pistol lying near her hand on the
floor. lJr. K. B. Hicks local dentist
said that the girl came to his oil'ice
with another girl Saturday night and
before she left, told him that Pyrtle
TWICE IN THIS
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
ble Compound Helped Her
from Sickness to Health
Ellensburg, Washington. — “When I
was lirst coming into womanhood I suf
»■' 1 1 ~1 ■» lcred terribly every
montn. My mother
did everything she
could think of, so She
took me to several
doctors and they only
helped me a little.
Mother was talking
toanother lady about
my condition and she
told mother of Lydia
E. Pinkham’a Vege
* g,)t me g!x
bottles and nt the end of the first month
I was much better, so I kept on taking
it until 1 had no more pains. When 1
got married and had my first child I was
in terrible pain so that it was impossi
ble for me to do my housework. 1
thought of how the Vegetable Compound
had been of go much benefit to me when
I was a girl, so 1 went to Perier’s Drug
store and got six Ixittles. It sure did
help me and 1 still take it. I am a well
woman today and I can’t say tot) much
about I«ydia E. Pinkham's'Vegetable
Compound. I will answer any letter that
comes to me to answer about what vocr
medicine has- done for mo. ” —Mrs.
WU.UAU C.uivun, It F.D. No. 2, Elkuo
burg, Washing ton.
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLI
CATION,, OF SUMMONS AND
WARRANT OF ATTACH
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CLEVELAND,
NO. SIX TOWNSHIP.
Before T. C. Eskridge, Justice of,
J. L. Herndon, Plaintiff, versus P.
S. Little, Defendant.
The defendant above-named will
take notice that a summons in the
above - entitled action was issue 1
against said defendant on the 10th day
of October, 1925, by T. C. Eskridge,
a justice of the peace of Cleveland
County, North Carolina, for. the sum
of Eighty-Seven Dollars ($87) due on
open account nnd by contract, which
summons is returnable before arid
justice at his office at the Courthouse
in Shelby, N. C., in said county, and
in No. Six Township, on the 21st day
of November. 1925, at 3 o’clock, P. M.
The defendant will also take notice
that a warrant attachment was is
sued hy said justice on the 10th day
of October, 1925, against the property
of said defendant, which warrant is
returnable before the said justice at
the time and place above-named for
the return of the summons, when nnd
where the defendant is required to ap
pear and answer or demur lo the com
plaint; or the relief demanded will be
This 21st day of October, 1925.
T. C. ESKRIDGE, Justice of the
baft threatened her life.
It was upon the testimony of Dr.
ilicks that I’.vitie was arrested. A
email girl in the house testified that
Miss Childers*, had Sent for Pyrtln
twice Saturday night and that on toe
second occasion he went. He is being
held without head.
Uugh Peeler Sent to Hospital, But In
juries. Mr. Sloan's Grand
(Special to The Star.)
The farmers of this section are al
most through gathering their crops,
and are sowing a lot of grain this I
Mr. Zero Peeler spent last Saturday
it the bedside of his son Hugh, who is t
I lie Rutherford hospital suffering j
from injuries received in a wreck when ,
the Aslieville-Charlottc jitney struck a i
wagon one mile beyond Rutherford- i
ton last Friday evening. Hugh’s many
friends are glad to know: that he is i
hot seriously injured.
Miss Tosea Tolar the efficient music j
“ACHED & ACHED” !
Lady Says Her Back “Hurt Night
and Day"—-Least Noise Up
set Her. Better Alter
Winfield, Texas.—“My back uurt
night and day," says Mrs. C. L.
Eason, of R. F. D. 1, this place. “I
ached and ached until I could hard
ly go. I felt weak and did not feel
like doing anything. My work was
a groat burden to me. I just hated
to do up the dishes, even. I was j
no-account aDd extremely nervous.
“My mother had taken Cardul
and she 'thought it would do me
good, ao ehe told me to taka it.
My husband got me a bottle and I
began on it I began to improve at
once. It was such a help that I
continued it until after tho baby’3
“I took eight bottles and I can
certainly say that it helped me.
It is a fine tonic. It built me up
and seemed to strengthen me. I
grew less nervous and began to
"I can certainly recommend
Cardul to expectant mothers, for to
me It was a wonderful help. ... In j
every way I felt better after taking
it and I think it is a splendid medi
Cardul is purely vegetable, and
contains no harmful drugs.
For sale everywhere. NC-162
teacher in spending several days at
her home in the* eastern part of the
Mr. Sloan <*:ie of our high school
teachers has gone home to attend the
fuheral of hi:- grandfather whq died
Horace Herd of Kings Mountain
who has been in school hero the last
two sessions is with us again. We wel
come Horace back as he is one of our
good basket halt players.
Mr. and Mrs. Vales. Miller has born
assisting in a h:cr sale ave returned
in their home here. Mr. Hal Miller has
also been at work in assisting in the
store at Cliffoide.
Miss Lillie Shea via one of the teach
n s gave a beautiful Hallowe’en party
at the home of Mrs. A. C. Beam Sat
urday night which was greatly cn
je-yed by all present.
Miur.es Maude Ava I lord and Mar
garet Moss who are teaching at (’a
-ar spent the week end at thefr homes
Mrs. J. M. Putnam and Mrs. A. 0.
Beam entertained their Sunday school
classes at a lovely party Tuesday ev
ening at the latter’s home. Many in
teresting games were played and deli
cious repast was served.
Sprinkler systems are great inven
tion. , but you can’t take them with
Poultry raisers everywhere find Ful-O-Pcp
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producing at a high rate all year round. Prop
erly balanced with Ful-O-Pep Scratch Grains,
flocks improve in condition and yield year
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SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY
Arrival and Departure of Passenger Tiains at
Shelby, N. C
4:50 1G Monroe Eutherfordlon 1G
12:27 15 ItuUnrfordton .Monroe 15
Schedules published as information and are not
E. W. LONG, I). P. A., Charlotte, N. C.
or H. A. HARRIS, Local Ticket Agent
NEW SOUTHERN SCHEDULE
Marion to Rock Hill
Rock Hill to Marion
Marion to Rook Hill
Rock Hill to Marion
7:26 a. m.
9:37 a. m.
C:41 p. m.
8:08 p. m.
No. 35 makes connection at Blacksburg with No. 40 for
A. H. MORGAN, Agent
SHELBY, N. C.
INTER- C A RO LIN AS MOTOR EL S COMPANY
Leaves Shelby for Charlotte 7 a. m., 9 a. m., 11 a. m., 1 p. m.
3 p. in., 5 p. m., 7 p. m.—-Leaves Charlotte for Shelby 8 a. ra.,
10 a. in., 12 Noc l, 2 p. m., 4 p. m., C p. m. ^
SCHEDULE LINCOLNTON-SIIELBY BUS
.Leaves Shelby 7:30 a. m., 10 a. m., 1 p. m., 3:30 p. m., 5:45
p. m.—-Leaves Lujeolnton 8:30 a. m., 11 a. m., 1 p. m., 3:00 p. m.
7 p. m, AUTEN BROTHERS}, Owners. ,
SCHEDULE SHELBY-EU'TIIERFORDTON BUS
Leaves Shelby 8 a. m., 1 p. m., Leaves Ruthcrfordton 9:55 a. m.,
2:15 p. m. Z. V. COSTNER, Manager.
SCHEDULE SHELBY-ASHEVILLE BUS
Leaves Shelby 8 a. rn., 10 a. m., 2 p. m., 4 p. m., 6 p. m.
The six o’clock bus stops off rt Ruthcrfordton. RED TOP CAB
CO., Owners, Asheville, N. C,
for Information Phone 430—Union Bus Terminal, Shelby, N. C.
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