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VOL. XXXIV, No. 62
NORTH CAROLINA’S LEADING NEWSPAPER OUTSIDE OF THE DAILY FIELD
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RELIABLE HOME PAPER
Of Shelby And The State’s
Fertile Farming Section,
Modern Job Department,
THE CLEVELAND STAR, SHELBY, N. C.
MONDAY, MAY 21. 1926.
Published Monday, Wednesday and Friday Afternoons. ' mai1, Per year (in advance)—$2.50
_____1farrier, per year (in advance) $3.00
2,500 Gather At Big Tent
First Night Of Wall Revival
Orchestra and Choir of 100 Voices i
Hit; Feature Other Churches
Invited During W eek.
Two thousand five hundred poopm
filled and over-flowed the big 'tent on
s, Lafayette street Sunday night <■»
thi: first service in the three weeks
lint revival being held by Revs /. to
Wall and Rush Padgett, pastors of the
i t and Second Baptist church ■
Tile attendance was far beyond the
ivi eolations of Wall and Padgett who
], ,,k for one of the most effective s >ul
\ inning campaigns ever conducted
here. Members of churches not only
)j. Shelby but from the surrounding
c ui try-side are taking a part, pray
ir:c and co-operating in the effort to
i, ,ike this an.unparallelled success Dr.
Wall says it looks now as if the tent
v,ill not be large enough to -eat the
nightly congregations, and the lea i
er- iif the meeting are trying to ar
range so there will be no conflict in
the meeting with the closing exe»c:r
es of the public schools. South Shelby
tchool closes with appropriate e:.< r
ci.-es on Friday night of this wees hut
capacity, houses will no doubt attend
Music a Feature.
■Music is a great feature of the re
vivai. Mr. H. M. Pippin direct rr < f
music, has a choir of 100 voices and
(in Sunday night every available so rt
in the choir vvas filled. Sinclair. V d
liaras, Tillery, Hamrick and Putr.an
impose the orchestra, Williams and
Tillery being members of the "Kan
read” Spinks organization who Curse
with the tent when it was leased. AT.
arc good musicians who with the
choir and congregational si.igu
v ng old familiar hymns, make njysie
'that stirs every fibre of the soul.
'I>r. Wall has thrown his heart and
si ul into the. meeting. He has . :.n
celled appointemnts. to'deliver -civ !
closing addresses at Henrietta. (T.ff
ide and Forest City this week anc is
giving his entire attention to intern 1
lv:ng the spiritual life e f the cm:
(•unity in the three wee1:- revival,
r.xuenses- of the campaign will be hoi •
c wn to a minimum. Hr. Wall and Mr.
Padgett having in mind no financial
•reward—only the satisfaction «.f t’ ■:
good that will result from cheir ci
forts. ' .
“A Great Revival’ wa- the .subidyt
of Dr. Wall's Sunday night sermon. It
was a great deliverance. Tonight he
c ill use for his topic “Standing in try
R)each for the Ford.” All f 'd~ g o
pt! messages will be free of toe .-.pw
tr.eular. It will he a i|uiep N-ew Te-ta
ment revival of praying and singing.
Kach night the pastor and his ecoig' - -
1.1,ion from some near-by chime!) is
invited. InvitT-tions have been ext end
ed to churches for this week 'r.s ted
Monday night May’ 24th Maslstde
Double Snrings church Tue-liy
t ight May 25th..
Dover mill church Wednesday night
Zoar church .Thursday ’dglu May
Fallston church Friday night May
Klizabeth church Saturday night
Grigg Will Hang Un
Hat And Assume His
Duties On Tuesday
Prof. J. Horace Griffs. principal of
the Shelby High school who was re
ccntly elected superintendent of
schools in Cleveland county to succeed
Sqpt, J. C. Newton who resigned to
become secretary of the Shelby f ham
b'er of commerce, will assume his du
ties next Tuesday, June 1. There wal
be no inaugural cerentonv when Mr
Grig'g begins his new duties. He will
imply walk into the office, hong up
his hat. roll up his sleeves and gu to
work. For the past few weeks he has
Wen in the office with Mr. New tor.
learning all he could about the big
.iul) which he will soon undertake. The
Shelbv city school will close this wer'
and Mr. Grigg wall have nu leisure
•lav before he assumes his new duties.
T. VV. Hamrick Co., wh" are r it -
Cog up offices for the chamber of
oierce headquarters over the jewelry
-tore, have a force of carpenters at
work, putting in a new store flow
and building an outside '•air-way *«>
the second floor where Mr. Ne.vCr i
will maintain headouartors for the
newly organized chamber of coni
•fierce. Mr. Newton has been doing 1
’ •eat deal of preliminary work a..d
learning all he could about chain! <•.'
of commerce workings by freuucnl
ci-iiatinns to Charlotte, Gastonia and
Look at the brighter side. Think
bow many people in fierin never have
It seems strange that those v. no
s,age endurance tests haven’t thought
of a gun-chewing contest.
Violators In City
I'he■ motor n i Who dashes by the
‘••Stop" signals in th<* business sec
tion of Shelby is likely to pay
.out a ten-snot or so for the privi
lege of the dash. - ’
City officers are not saying
nujiv, - t they consider that
fair warning has been given and
that autobm of the section have
hatl lane enough to acquaint
themselves with the new traffic,
Th first prosecution came last
week and the \ iolator plead
guilty—there being nothing els’
to d --and was taxed with the
cost , something around ten doi
F'i if you have an extra ten
buck and need help in spending
just fail to notice the signals, and
eventually—maybe not so long—
it will be. spent.
Shelby School Be ard Buys Property
I're;m K. A. Wcllmon on N La
Fayette St. for *‘>.000.
Another school building in the sys
tem of Shelby schools will be erected
in property, purchased Friday frur.!
L. A. Wellmon by the Shelby board .
<t education, according to John S.!
McKnight, secretary. This property is]
said to he ideally' located for a school
site a- it is well elevated and drained
and fivnts: on both N. La Fayette and'
North Washington streets. Purchase •
1 >iee is given at $‘>,000. The pronerly 1
floats -40 feet on each street and nas !
a depth of 100. feet. A beautKv! i
Mr. McKnight says that-a ncyv
ward school building-'.will be creeled
ibis summer and it is the hope that
the-building will; be ready for occu
iiaii'-y when the next school term
opens, in September, The building will!
have eight rooms with a large base- j
nient auditorium. Of course it \vtl!
have steam heat and be.well'equipped. !
The school, officials have not decided
whether the building will be one or
two stories high but in either evert
it will be so constructed that addi
tions can be made as occasion
Week’s Search Fails
To Locate Lost Negro
Ki^'liteen Year Old Nego. ( lure Hull,
Mysteriously Disappears Near
A week's search has tailed te h -
■ciiifc Clure Hull, 18 years old negm
boy, who mysteriously disappeared
Saturday evening May 15th while go
ir;cr- from Zeniri Cline’s on the Bailey
Kskridge plantation to the home of
his father Frank Hull who lives on the
plantation of Mr. Cletus Royster be
tween Beam's Mill and Fallston. All
last week searching parties went up
and down Buffalo creek, rambled
through the woods and pastures and
ound no clue whatever, except tracks
of the negro youth which would indi
cate from the way he walked across
his path that he had made several
times, that he had lost his sense of
direction. The negro youth di<l not
i.ave a blight mind and was not ac
customed to making trips of any dis
tance by himself, although he was 18
veers of age. Some people in ihe
community feared that he might have
n et with foul play, but no due has
been found that would e nfirm this
belief. He had no enemies, and was
a very quiet and peaceful youth who
kept close home and both > ) 1 no one.
Saturday May 15th. he with a
brother and three cousins, went to
J'cmri Cline's to a barbecue. His
companions returned home early in
the afternoon leaving him at the
( line home. Cline reports that he left
his home about 8 or 9 o’clock, travel
ing through fields and woods with no
attention to roads.
Hull weighs about 110 pounds, is
ical black and his face is spotted from
a recent attack of chicken pox. One
hand had six fingers, at birth, bui the
t xtru finger was removed by an opera
tion, leaving a scar for his identity.
Anyone knowing of his whereabouts
■ hould notify Mr. Cletus Royster.
SHELBY’S RECREATIONAL CENTER
New Cleveland Springs Golf Club House Latest Shelby Building.
fit Year old Lady, Widow of Zollie F.
Jackson to be Buried Tomorrow
At Sunset Cemetery.
Mrs. Ellen Jacksc widow of Zol
lie F. Jackson, died ..ionday morning
at 2:20 o'clock at the home of her
daughter, Mr*. Fred Turner a few
n iles below She.' y near Hickory
trestle, after a protracted illness. Mrs.
Jackson was a fine Southern mother,
a Christian of outstanding character;
and a neighbor whose loyalty and de
votion marks her life as an example
for others to emulate. Mrs. Jack, on
lived on East GraTiam street until a
tew months ago when she moved be
low Shelby with Mr. and Mrs. Turner.
Twenty-seven years ago her hus
n.it: died. He was the son of Afcer
i ethy Jackson who owned and oper
ated the Double Shoals rotten mill m
the early days of the county’s his
tory. Mrs. Jackson was a member of
the Methodist church since early child i
hood. She is survvied by four children ,
Ab Jackson'who operates the Jackson
cash store on S. LaFayette street, Mi s
Fred Turner, Will Jackson and Mi :
Pearl Jackson. Funeral services will
be conducted by Rev. A. S. Raper of
LaFayette Street Methodist church ;
tif which she was a member, and Rev. (
C. F. Sherrill on Tuesday afternoon I
at 2 o’clock and the interment will be
■ n Sunset cemetery beside the remains
of her husband.
Woman Is Nabbed
Stealing Dress In
Store By Manager
Mr. E. E. Scott, head of Penny’s, it
He catches ’em red-handed.
It would never do for the guilty
parties to know what is going on :n
the gentleman’s mind while ho i., do
ing the catching; that is not a part of
this yarn. The feature is, he nabs
them—nips them in mind career.
It happened Saturday. The store
was more or less full, A woman en
tered. A rather nice looking women,
w earing a black hat with a red rose
oi it. It sort of set her off, that red
lose on the black hat. She had an aii
with her, as they say in Peacock Al
Leisurely, the visitor made a couple
of purchases; a corset and a pair oi
,n >«.s •first class goods of oual:*v.
Then, with an abstracted, worldly
air, she drifted over to the ready to
One of the clerks saw her perform
ing a sort of informal act with a twen
ty-five dollar dress. It :s not meant
she was putting it on; nothing so in
formal as that. But she was stuffing
the flimsy, light, airy thing into the
folds of a coat she had thrown over
her left arm.
The cleric called her attention to the
fact that visitors don’t stuff dresser
into coat folds, and the stylish one
hung it back on the rack, not perturb
ed a bit. She sauntered about the store
some more; had the corsets and tie
shoes wrapped, and then revisited the
This time she got the dress, and as
the saying goes “went south" with it.
The theft was reported as the '.to
man was going east down Warren
street, stepping lively like. Mr. Scott
who takes experiences as thev come,
went after her. As he approached the
hurrying figure he had doubts. He
looked at the black hat with the red
tose on it, and took in the assured air,
and said to himself ‘I am taking a
But he didn't want io lose the per
fectly good twenty-five dollar dress,
tnd what’s morf tic £iii't want a thv
to get away with anything out of his
store, which is the pride of his heart.
So he overhauled the dame, as they
say on the quarter deck, and spoke to
her about like this: “Madam, you
have one of our dresses, which I vistt
Construction Work On Club House Here
To Start Immediately Marshall States
A Florida color, vivid as that
of .the sunshine state, struck
Shelby today, and incidentally
.introduced something new to
realty circles of North Caro
At 1 o’cloc k this afternoon re
ports front Cleveland Springs
Hotel stated that two people
were already lined up waiting
to make their reservation early
Tuesday morning for select
Iocs in the Cleveland Springs
Estates, which go cm sale at
The developer has announced
that those first in line get
their pick of the property and,
it was already rumored that a
line would form during the
night Monday, hut it was little
thought that it would begin
forming at noon today.
And, now, what has Florida
on North Carolina ?
McDiarmid Will I'reach At First
Baptist Churi h. Busy Week With t
Closing Exercises In School
The annual commencemern sermon •
•if the Shelby High school will be
ot cached in the First Baptist chut 1i'
Sunday night. May MO, at 8 o’clo, k, |
it is announced by Supt. I. ('. firiffia, i
As previously announced the ser-1
moii will be preached by Rev. H. X.
McDiarmid, pastor of the Presbyter
ian church, but the place was not
(ie'it'itel.v known at that time.
This week '..ill be a busy one with
several closing exercises of the var
ious schools during the week.
Tfe music recital under Ik**. super- \
\i.non of Mrs. Win. McCord and .Miss;
Bertha Bostic will be held Tuesday j
night in the Central school auditor-1
Thursday nigh' an esef re-sion re-1
c'H l will be gi ' n by the pubils of j
M ss May Washburn at Central j
Friday evening at 6:30 the F.;’. st
ride exercises v ill be held at the
Friday evening at 8 o’cloct: the big
program at the South Shelby school
witl be held. This will bo ore of the
hugest programs, of the eo.-rnience- >
T! i n on Saturday afternoon the
tlos.ng exercise.- of the Teacher
Training depar.ire.i: will he held, tak
ing place at 1 in the afternoon.
you would return."
The woman brought up all standing,
Mack hat and all. gave the manager
he once-over, and concluded evidently
l h' jig was ill'- Whereupon she lid
Ci. 13. S. described as a feminine act—
burst into tears and spilled the beans
—the whole dish of 'em.
• She broke down, she wept, she plead
eh. she implored, all out there in the
sunshine of the street of a Saturday
afternoon. And Mr. Scott let her gv
W hat was the poor man to do—a fe
male in distress on the public street —
and she did want the dress so bad.
And that ends the storv-—except the
manager has the woman’s right name
end may prosecute her, if he can
harden his heart up "to that point. Put
the chances are when he thinks about
the black hat with the rose on it, and
realizes how all wonlen like blue
dresses that cost a quarter of a hun
dred—ho will do no such thing.
1 ' ' ‘ '
Henutiful liecreation Outer to be
Erected At Cleveland Spring.
Entire Spanish Design.
Construction work on the hand
some go'.f dub house at Cleveland
Springs will be started immediately,
according to a statement made to The
Star today (Monday) by Mr. Alf>«d
I*. Marshall, vales director of Cleve
land Springs estates.
This announcement carries much
importance'to the Shelby section, for
the big club house as designed will be
one of the outstanding recreational
buildings in this entire section and
from the standpoint of architecture,
will be one of the most beautiful
buildings near Shelby.
The building will be of Spanish and
Italian design and of commodious si*, .
In addition to being the center of le
tal an dvacation golfdoni, it will alto
be a social and general recreation
center, serving as headquarters for
the various sports of Shelbv and as a
.-.etting for semi-out-door and garden
social events of the section.
The building, i, is announced, will
be located on the hilltop just beyond
the present home of Mr. John \\.
Doggett in the Cleveland Springs es
tates, and will be so placed that it
will overlook the resort hotel, the in
viting golf course and practically r.'l
of the suburban homeaites.
The first tee of the new 18-hole g If
course is just across Highway 20 from
t he* site of the proposed structure
while the home green of the first nine,
expected to be one of the best courses
in the state, will also be Nearby, just
to the righ of the course in a spot
ideally situated will be constructed the
tennis courts for owners of homes
in the development. Nearby will be
other sport and playgrounds.
The building will consist of an un
usually attractive club living ret in,
locker rooms, showers, pros wn,
ladies quarters, shop, specia'ty stands
and many other necessities of a big
club house. There will be spamsh pa
tios and tiled porches where dances,
parties and tens may be held. Tbc new
club building will be the headquar
ters of W. II. E.vle, professional ot the
club, and of Dick Gurley, v!ay direc
tor for children.
Saifs Start 1 uesilay.
Full details of the plan of selling
Cleveland Springs estates were made
public Friday by Mr. Marshall at a
banquet given the realty dealers of
This evening, (Monday), every
realty dealer together with scores of
other guests will attend a big dinner
to be given at Cleveland Springy
Aetna! sales in the development
will start Tuesday morning. Dozens
of Shelby people, it is said, have taken
advantage of the several days giver,
local people to reserve homesites.
However, all reservations must be re
corded in turn Tuesday morning and
last minute information from tne of
fice of selling agents is to the effect
that there will be a long waiting one
at the hotel Monday morning to en
ter select reservations. Reports on tie.
streets are to the effect that several
will begin lining up this evening with
ilie probability th&t the line would he
increased during the night.
After this week sales in outside ter
ritory will begin, it is announced.
Construction work on the develop
ment is nearing the final touches as
it peiaains to the Hilltop section now
or, the market. Paving is now being
put down together with the var:oos
Conveniences of city life that the de
veloper is adding.
Eventually autos will have to
be weaned a bit—at least tut
down in their daily doses. It's
this way: Gasoline is one cent
higher now than it was last Fri
day in Shelby,
Retail priees hereabouts moved
to 27 cents on Friday following
an advance made -by the Stand
ard and by Texaco.
Mrs. Sallic Carroll, 5*0 Years of Aye,
Died at Her Home Here. Fu
neral Held This Afternoon. i
Mrs. Sa|lie Carroll, who had ii/oil
in Shelby longer than any other cit« i
izen until the time of her death, pass
ed away quietly Sunday at noon, fol
lowing a stroke of paralysis and pneu- \
n otiiu on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. '
Carroll was SCO years of age last Do
i ember L’Hth. Sixty-eight years ago
die was married to Manus I, Cat tell
and together they lived happily tvnt.il
'ipi iated by death of Mr. Carroll 15:
years ago. Mis. Carroll before man i
:.g.‘ was Miss.*Si»llie Wray, daughter
of William Wray and Sara vYarliik.
She was born at the old Wray y.h"n
tat ion i a-1 of Shelby hut eame n.ie
to live after her marriage. She aid
her hu; I and first lived on K. Marlon
l ee*, moving later to tlie Carroll
home near the Seaboard depot Wiure
most of their life was spent. Mr. Cur
roll was railway and express agent
,n the Seaboard, first at Cherry vilio,
then at Buffalo and later at She'by,
moving westward as the track wag
Mrs. CarroH's death was a great.
shock to her many friends. She nad
been in her usual health until Satur
day when she was taken suddenly i’l
at home. Among the sick she was
truly a Good .Samaritan, always no.
ministering unto her neighbors in
sickness and sorrow. She was r de
voted mother who gave her life to her
family and friends, attending chan h
with due regularity when her health
would permit. She was very indepen
dent in nature and was a tireless
worker about her home, never asking
oi expecting some one. eLse to do for
her what she could do herself.
Her husband died 15 years ago and
since that time she has been spending
most of her winters in Raleigh with
Mrs.-Kim Weathers, the only surviv
ing daughter. Two sons. Will Carroll
and J. Henry Carroll survive with on*
half brother. Mr. John S. Wray, the
r.ly T!arriving member of the fam
The funeral will be held from toe
First Baptist church of which she was
e member this afternoon at 5 o’clock,
the funeral services to be conducted
by Rev. Zeno Wall, pastor.
Mrs. Carroll had been a devoted
member of the Baptist church for
over 70 years and a large crowd will
n< doubt attend the funeral. Inter
ment will be in Sunset cemetery be
side the body of her husband. Pall
bearers will be J. J. Lattimore. Paul
Webb. F. L. Hoyle, S. A. McMui’y,
L. F. McBrayer, C F Leonard
Drowned In River
Rutherfordton, May 22.—James Os
borne Ervin jr., the 12-year-old son
of Rev. J. 0. Ervin, pastor of ■
Methodist church of this place, was
drowned yesterday atternoon in btor.d
river, six miles west of here.. He hid
gone put with two other young com
panions to camp for the night and ;
tc fish. They decuTed to go in swim- j
n.ing and wading when young Ei\in
stepped in water over his head and 1
went under His companions brought
him up and it is supposed that he was
seized with cramp, due to the cold
wuier, and fell back into the water
The body was found at 7:30" o’el.-rk
about one and one-quarter miles be
low where he went under, after stay
ing under water for three hours and
15 minutes. A large party 'of men
formed a line and searched the river
until they found his body. Young Irvin
is survived by his parents, five broth
ers and three sisters.
Sale Of 60 Lots At
Auction Is Confirmed
Sixty of the 20# lots sold at auction
Saturday by the Shelby Real Estate
Co., for Spangler, Lineberger, Suttle
and Palmer were confirmed, the total
sale amounting to about §10,000. A
large crowd turned out for the sale
and the lots sold at a very reasonable
1 rice. Mr. Rlaekwell cried the sale and
after it was over 50 in $10 gold pieces
were drawn by C. R. Heffner, Everett
White, John Campbell, John Poston
and Mrs. J. W. Silver .
For Northern Trip
A Greensboro dispatch says Mrs.
Pierre C. Starr, ot New York, couBin
of the long lost Charlie Ross, and Ju
lius C. Dellinger, who Mrs. Starr
states is Charlie Ross, left Greens
boro Friday for the North, where they
i lan to further establish proof that
Delimiter is Ross. They will go by
Roanoke, Va„ where a short stop will
be made, then on to Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
( harles .McMahan, Aged Five, Struck
H> Car At Henrietta And Fatally
Injured. Died Monday.
I he auto toil seems trt claim a
death a week in Cleveland countv.
Sunday before last a youngster in
upper Cleveland jumped out of hC:
father’s car and ran hack for a h it_
the run cost him his life wh.n he
was struck by another car.
Yesterday another youth was struck
by a car and died todtfy in the Ituth
The victim of the latest accident
was little Charles McMahan, five-year
old son of Mr. a,(id Mrs. Lloyd Mc
Mahan. of South LaFayette street,
Details of the fatal injury had nut
been received early today in Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. McMahan and the
little son were spending the day at
their old home at Henrietta, attend
ing memorial services at the home
church there. Some time during the
dr.y the youngster was struck by n
car. said to be a Hudson. .Just how it
happened has not been learned.
His injuries were considered ser
ious and he was immediately' remov
ed to the hospital at Rutherfordtou,
where he died at noon today, accord
ing to messages received here.
The funeral services, it is report
ed ( will be conducted there Tuesday.
Rev. Rush Padgett, pastor of the
family here, together with other
neighbors and friends left for Hen
Mr. and Mrs. McMahan live on
lower South LaFayette street anti are
higi Jy respected citizens. Mr. Mc
Mahan being assistant overseer of
weaving at the Shelby mill Th' little
son claimed so suddenly by th ■ tragic
accident was the only chdd and was
cowidcred unusually attrative and in
t-.Migent by neighbors and those ac
uoainted wuth the family.
405 Attend B. Y. P. U.
Banquet At Cleveland
Springs Friday Night
Four hundred and five people at
! tended the Baptist Young People’s
union banquet at Cleveland Springs
hotel Friday night, said to be the larg
est crowd that ever sat around a ban
quet table at this modern hotel. The
occasion was the gathering of .he
members of the six young people’s an
ions of the First Baptist church of
which Harry M. Pippin is the efficiea:
leader. Parents as well as young
people were invited and the occasion
v\as one Df great inspiration. The.
young people had a great time sing
ing songs and making the large din
ing room ring witfi their yells. Miss
Winnie Rickeit one of the leaders of
Baptist young people’s work in North
Carolina spoke on young people giving
themselves ir. life to eesus, while A.
V. Washburn associational worker con
gratulated Mr. Pippin and the young
people on having perhaps the finest
organized body of young people of any
cburc-h in North Carolina. Rev. Zeno
Wall delivered a brief address on the
possibilities that lie *n the boys end
girls. All went away declaring it ore
of the greatest occasions they had
Quiet Week-End Is
Report Of Officers
An unusually quiet week-end was
the explanation given by officers Mon
day for the light uocket before Re
coiv.er John Mull.
According to Chief of Police B. O.
Hamrick only one arrest was made
i vi - the week-end in Shelby, which
is in contrast, wich the usual run from
a half dozen to two dozen. Just why
things were so quiet is a bit of mys
ttry. Perhaps springtime has soften
ed hard hearts, anu perchance booze
channels were plugged. Any way, it
Drew Good Crowds
The Fanning summer opening Fri
day drew a large and representative
crowd both afternoon and evening,
the attendance being enhanced by a
great number of out-of-town visitcrc.
The even-, was one of the most pl?as
ing that has occurred here of the
kind, Mr. Fanning and the store
managers co-operating to do all in
their power to give to the visitors to
the establishment a profitable and
The store in its remodeled form waa
inspected from the ready-to-wear floor
upstairs to the basement, Mr. Fun
ning and his associates coming in lor
many pleasing words of congratula
tion in bringing the establishment to
its present state of effectiveness and
It was freely said the store was of
such pretention that a large city
might well be proud oT It.