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TUI ON THE Slim
Cunltn Powers Of Solar Kays j
Duplicate By New Types
Press a hut-tom and turn on the S
Many varieties of “health lamps”
re now being made to supply artl
tcially the healthful rays of Ssun
*ilne. Anyone can have a private
: un hitched by a few feet of lamp
vd to the nearest convenience!
■itlet!' 1 • ♦
According to authorities, the so
\lled dustleee gland of the body,
, hose aecretlona are Important In
taping -our emotions, are now be
leved to be affected by the sun—
, vhlch may account for the cheering
‘ psychological effect of a bright sun
,i ny day. Certain types of tubercu
losis are treated by sunshine, na
i tural and artificial, New curative I
j powers are being found In the rays
:} getwrated by the sun
11 Two types of “artificial suns” are
• I being produced, writes Robert E.
j Martin In the Popular Science
i' Monthly. One of these Is known as
the "mercury vapor” lamp. Its pe
ji cultar greenish light Is familiar in
th# studio of'any commercial pho
ij tographer. The other type, the
w_ “carbon arc.” produces its rays
Dr. F. Bobo Scrubs Wish
m to announce that he has
located in Shelby for gener- .
al practice of medicine. I
Offices on Marion St.
Office Hours 9:30 a. m. to
12 Noon, 2 to 4:30 p. m.
Office Telephone 545 —
Jjtaiftencv Hotel Charles. ^
»■' ' "I .*
Civil Engineer And
Farm Surveys. Sub-divis
ions, Plats and General
- Phone 417 -
DBL H. D. WILSON
Dependable Eye Examina
tiap and Quality Glasses.
OffU*Over Paul Webb’s.
%——— i §
WEBB & WEBB
— BEAL ESTATE —
Farms and City Property
ScaOBP.P.orE. L. WEBh
UNION TRUST BLDG.
— Telephone 454-J —
— Dr. Charge H. Harrill —
— Dentist —
Office In Judge Webb Bldg.
Over Stephenson Drug Co.
Offtos Phone 530 Residence 63<i
SHELBY. N. C. |
from a pair of white-hot carbons, i
across which plays an electric ore. J
In the development of carbon for
the arc type of lamp an Important
Improvement yas recently introduc
ed. Behind It lies the romantic story
of a young man with a leaning to
ward photography and an Insatiable
curiosity. looking for a suitable
light for night picture taking, Roy
Mott, a young research engineer of
Cleveland, Ohio, tried hollowing out
the carbons of arc lamps and filling
them with various substances. When
he found the light he sought, he
continued experimenting. One of his
chance discoveries was u light that
duplicated sunshine even more
closely than the old-type all-car
bon arc. Its source was a carbon
filled with the rare earth metal
cerium, ground into paste and forc
ed into the black sticks with hy
Other types of carbons have been
developed for special medical uses.
One Is filled with an Iron core,
which gives a bluish light rich In
rays that have been used to treat
surgical tuberculosis. Another, used
especially for rickets, is filled with
several metals. A carbon cored with
the metal strontium gives a red
light containing heat rays that re- j
lleve internal congestion. It should j
be emphasized that the sole Justl- !
ficatton of a health lamp In non
professional hands Is to keep well
persons well. It should never be
used to treat sickness without a i
How About Black?
New York.—Finger nails tinted
to match gowns! 8uch Is a mode
shown at a convention ot beauty
shop owners. Shades of purple,
green and deep red are most popu
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS.
North Carolina, t leveland County.
In the Superior Court, Before the
Della Thomas, Plaintiff
Enoch Thomas, Defendant,
To Enoch Thomas, non resident
You are hereby notified that an
action, as above entitled, luis been
Instituted In the superior court of
Cleveland county. N. C.. against you
by the plaintiff. In which she Is
asking for an absolute divorce upon
the ground of 5 years separation
and you are further notfted that a
verified complaint has been filed
in my office and that you are here
by required to appear and answer
same on or before March 6, 1929
at mv office In Shelby. >1. C.. or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded In the com
Herein fail not ana of this sum
mons make due return.
Witness my hand and seal, this
January 14, 1929.
A. M. HAMRICK. Clerk Sup
erior Court, Cleveland County
D. A. Tedder, Atty.
Farms And Town
W. A. Broadway
.toyster Bldg., Sheiby. N. C.
Office Phone 775.
Residence Phone 471.
BECK & PRATT
Dry Cl saner#
PHONE . 666
i Hotel Charles Bldf„ Corner
| Trade and W. Warren 8U.
CAR IN SHELBY (SEABOARD DE
POT) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13.
Heavy Hens . ..25ic
Leghorn Hens . 25! c
Capons . 30c
EKicks . 20c
EGGS, Dozen.. 30c
ALVIN HARDIN, County Agent.
Copeland’s Health Talk
BY ROYAL S. COI'EI.AND. M. D.
United States Senator And Parmer Health (Vmmrssionri of N'otv Pork.'
To tectli and toes must go the palm for carrying misery to civil
•ed men. Corns, bunions and decayed teeth have ruined the happiness
nd impaired the usefulness of millions.
Primitive man had strong, clean and enduring teeth. Rough food
demanded and received thorough chewing. Dent
MC ia* ilwuU).
al decay was rare Indeed.
Primitive man wore no shoes. His toes were
permitted to go where nature intended, A line
drawn through the length of the big toe and
projected backward, ended In the middle of the
It Is a pity to think the physical body should
grow less perfect as the direct result of civil
ized ways. But It has, certainly In some respects
That Is particularly true of the feet.
* Men and women who are fussv to the last de
■ gree about their clothing, will take any shape In
shoes without question. They employ the best
of tailors and dressmakers, but accept whatever
Is offered In fool wear. Of course I am dis
cussing fit and not materials.
During the World war there were many things given credit for
"winning the war." I am sure no one can question that the physical
condition of the soldiers was the chief factor. What was done, to relieve
them of fodt ailments was no small part of this program.
Policemen and barbers, clerics In stores, farmers and laborers
nousewives—everyDoay nmving occa- .
slon to stand on the feet hours at a
time, can testify to the evil effects
of foot defects. Tender feet, sore I
corns, aching joints, calloused soles 1
—all these are bad enough. Then,
when these suffering feet are thrust'
Into tight or 111-shaped shoes, there
is Increase of misery.
Don’t neglect your poor suffering
feet. Give a little thought to your
shoes. Have them properly fitted.
Now about those corns: Do you
know that there are well-equipped
colleges where men and women arc
carefully trained In foot-care? As
applied these days this profession
has become really scientific.
It Is passible to get rid of the In
growing nails, thick corns, callouses
and the other effects of wearing
wrong foot gear. Don't fall to give
yourself the benefit and comfort of
May I remind you that it Is not j
alone the shoes that must be borne
in mind? Short stockings are capa
ble of doubling up the toes and
Many persons pay dollars and;
dollars to have their finger nails
manicured and never think of car
ing for their toes. Just because the
fingers show is no excuse for limit
ing your care to them. You make a
wreck of yourself by permitting
sore feet to spoil your happiness.
Nerves are put on edge and health
undermined by steady pain, no mat
ter where It Is located. Take care
of your feet.
Answer To Health Queries.
M. A. N. Q.—How can I gain In
2. What should a girl weigh
who Is 18 years old and 5 feet 1 1-2
A. Proper dieting and deep
breathing is the secret. You should
eat nourishing foods and have
plenty of sleep and rest.
2. For her age and height she
should weigh about 118 pounds.
8. V. S. Q.—Is there any way a
girl of 15 years can grow taller?
A. As you will continue to grow
until you are twenty-one years of
age, you have no Immediate cause
G. E. B. Q—What do you advise
for high blood pressure?
A. As a rule red meats, eggs and
excessive salt are prohibited In the
case of high blood pressure. It Is
Important to keep the bowels and
kidneys active. Your doctor will out
line a diet and any further treat
ment you may require.
“Peg." Q—How much should a
girl aged 16, 59 1-4 inches tall
A.—She should weigh about 108
H. H. Q—What causes a pain In
the side of the head?
A—This may be due to neuritis.
Have your teeth, gums, tonsils and
nasal sinuses examined for the pos
sible points of infection.
M. S. W. Q.—Whet will remove
wrinkles from the neck end from
under the eyes?
A.—Massage with a good cold
Sam a Q — How can I overcome
A.—Wearing a shoulder brace
should help you.
H. 8. Q —My little girl, aged six.
often complains of pains In the legs,
what causes this?
A.—Have her examined to locate
the cause of the trouble.
X. P. 1. Q.—What should a girl
weigh who is 14 years old and 5
2. —What will make my eyelashes
A.—For her age and height she
should weigh about 106 pounds.
3. —You might try applying 1%
yellow oxide of mercury ointment
to the lashes every night
Mrs. E. M. C. Q.—What is the
cause of neuralgia of the head?
A—Some infection is probably
causing your trouble. Have your
teeth, gums, tonsils, nasnl sinuses.
ear and eyes examined In order to
determine the exact cause.
A. I. O. Q — I am not over weight,
but have a large stomach, what do
A.—Bending exercises should be
Gardner To Keeo
Pou As H^ad Of
Prison, Is Report
(Baskervill In News.)
Raleigh, March 8 — If the Gener
al assembly stays In session much
unger Governor O. Max Gardner
may have all his appointments to
make over again, despite the fact
that none have been announced yet.
In the last day or two there have
been indications that there is a de
finite movement on foot to block
the transfer of R. A. Doughtoii
from his present post of commis
sioner of revenue to chairman of
the highway commission, as has
been scheduled. Until the last few
days it has been conceded in cir
cles close to Governor Gardner that
Doughton would be appointed
chairman of the highway commis
sion. In fact, for a time this ap
pointment was to. have been an
nounced last week and commission
er Doughton was all ready to move
down to the highway commission.
However, Governor Gardner has
remained firm In his intention not
to announce any of his appointment
until after the general assembly ad
journs, and in the meantime those
who are especially interested In see
ing Doughton remain on as com
missioner of revenue are doing
everything possible to dissuade him
from accepting the high commis
sion appointment and to get hire
to remain in the revenue depart
Other appointments which Gov
ernor Gardner is slated to make, Ac
cording to capltoi reports, are a:
A. J. Maxwell, at present a mem
The annual meeting of the share'
' olders of the Shelby and Cleve
land County Building and Loat
association will be held In the of
flee of the association on Tuesday
March 12. 1929 at 4 o'clock p. m
All shareholders are requested to tw
JNQ. P. MULL, Secy, and Treas
As trustee In deed of assignmen
made by Paul Wellmon lor th<
benefit of Iris creditors, this is t<
hereby notify all persons havin'
claims against said Paul Wellmon
to file same properly itemised ant
verified with me within sixty day:
from date; and this is to furthei
notify all persons indebted to salt
Paul Wellmon to make immediati
payment to me of such indebted'
CHAS. A. HOEY. Trustee.
By virtue of the power of sail
contained in a Deed of Trust ex
ecuted by J. S. Lemmons and wif<
on October Sth. 1926, to me, ai
Trustee, securing an indebtedncs
to the Shelby Building and Loar
Association, and default having
been made in the payment of sam<
and. after having been called up
on to execute the trust, I. a:
Trustee, will sell tor cash to th<
highest bidder at public auction a
the Court House door in the Tow
of Shelby. N. C . on Saturday, Marct
23rd, 1929, at Moon, the followin'
described real estate:
One lot situated on the South side
of East Warren Street in the Towr
of Shelby. N. C.. and known anc
designated as Lot No. 4, in Blocl
2 of the J. W. Lineberger and Roy
ster property, map of said property
being on file in Book “TT” of Deeds
page 600, in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds and being that lot
fully described in a deed datet
October 4th. 1926, and duly record
ed in the office of the Register ol
Deeds of Cleveland county. Refer
ence is hereby had to the plat and
deed aforesaid for full description
This February 20th. 1929
CLYDE R. HOEY, Trustee.
ber of the corporation commission,
to succeed Commissioner Doughton
as commissioner of revenue.
X. M. Bailey, counsel for the cor
| poration commission, to become a
I member of the commission to suc
| ceed Mr. Maxwell.
George Ross Pou to be reappoint
| ed as superintendent of the State
! Colonel J. W. Harrelson at pres
ent a member of the faculty of
State college, to be appointed di
rector of the department of con
servation and development to suc
ceed Major Wade H. Phillips, pres
Judge N. A. Townsend, of Dunn,
to be executive councillor and com
missioner of pardons, to succeed
Edwin B. Bridges, resigned.
In addition to these a nointment*
the governor now has the mem
bers of the workman's compensa
tion commission to appoint, consist
ing of three members, and if the
bill to create a permanent tax com
mission Is enacted, he woulcfc have
he members of that commisbon ap
However, if Commissioner Dough
ton should decide that he would
rather remain as commissioner of
revenue at a salary of $5,500 in
stead of becoming head of the
highway commission at $7 500 or
$10,000 a year, there is no doubt
that this would throw a good sized
monkey wrench Into the plans of
Governor Gardner and others. It
would also put Commissioner
i Doughton in a rather peculiar pos
Despite this move of protes'
against Commissioner Doughton
promotion to the highway comml
sion. there are still a n 'mbar th
believe that things have alread
gone so far that it wculd be lm
possible for the “grand old man
from Alleghany to refuse the high
way appointment now, even shoul
he desire to do so, without gettin
himself into nn exceedingly ba
light politically. And it is believe.
I that Rufus A. Doughton is too as
| tute as a politician to let this fact
' escape his notice,
i In fact, indications are that the
movement to persuade Doughton to
remain in the revenue department
has developed largely from within
the department itself, and especial-,
ly from a few emoloyes who are
somewhat perturbed as to their
own status should another be made
head of the department. There has
doubtless been seme aid given to
this movement from some other
OR. H. C. DIXON
Office Over Woolworth’s
First Trial of Black-Draught
Convincing, Says Lady,
Who Escaped Suffering
By Taking It.
Jackson, Mss.—"My first experi
ence with Black-Draught convinced
me that it was a good medicine,”
says Mrs. Ida Kersh. Sll South Con
gress Street, this city, who says sho
has taken Black-Draught for years.
| “My trouble,” writes Mrs. Kersh,
"was sick headache which seemed
to be caused by constipation. X
used to have a thick, slimy taste In
my mouth, and such a tired, bad
feeling. This would be followed by
headache and sick stomach. I would
have to stop my work and go to bed.
"I read about Black-Draught and
decided to try It. X found that by
taking the Black-Draught In time,
I could ward off these sick spells.
“And so for the last twenty years,
1 when X feel the least bit bad. I take
Black-Draught and feel that It has
saved me much pain and sickness.”
I Constipation dams up poisons in
I the bowels, where they are absorbed
into the general system, causing
many serious symptoms.
Thousands of letters of praise
> from users of Thedford’s Black
; Draught, on file at the laboratories
where Black-Draught Is made, tes
tify to the high esteem In which
it la held for the relief of consti
pation and attendant Ills. NC-201
Is Usually The One
1 Who Doss All The
Your Only Safe
guard is Insurance
j With j
:has. a. hoey
TRUSTEES SALE OF LAND.
Under the power ot sale con
tained in a deed of trust, executed
by C. A. Blggerstaft and wife,
^essie Biggerstaff to me s trustee
for D. C Beam, on the 1st day of
February, 1927, as security for a
note of $1500.00, sf»id deed of trust
being ■>' record in office of regis
ter of deeds of Clevelaitd county, N.
C.. n t'ooi' 144, page 85, and in of
fice of the registery at deeds of
*j ncoln county in booK 155 page
’.5. and said note not naving been
taid at maturity and the holder of
ime having called upon me o
oreclose said deed of trust. I, as
rustee as aforesaid, will offer for
sale to the highest bidder tor cash
at public auction at court house
door in S' elby, N. C. an Saturday
at 12 m., March 16, 1929, the fol
— FLOWERS —
' Corcr-es, Buuqir's an
Fure al D ‘3!—i a St:c :
ty. Canticle line of Cc
SHELHY F. >\VEF.
* _ —
Tav V ’ F iwrrs”—
i T’ e G et £ r:tne.
Dad’s Ii& insurance takes
care of her. Would your
wife have a decent income,
in case you were taken sud
denly? Let us find the plan
that suits your income now
C. R.' WEBB
Shelby, N. G.
fry Sar Wants Ads.
'owing described property, to-wlt:
Lving partly in No. 9 townsnip,
Cleveland county, and partly in
North Brook township. Lincoln
county, N. C., and being joined on
the north ->y the lands of Hardin
Upton, Chahrles Costner and others
on the east by Little Creek, and the
south by Charles D. Dellinger and
on the west by Sam BlnRham and
Sid Origg. and beginning on a post
oak. corner of Hardin Upton, and
runs thence with Upton’s and
Costner's lines S. 86 E. 86 poles to
a stone; thence with Doras Park
er’s line S. l!a W. 58 poles to a
ost oak; thence N. 85 E 94'2 poles
o a hickory; thence N. 80 E. 11 Vi
oles to a -ock; thence S. 80 E. 15
Dies to the middle of Little Creek;
„ ence down the creek as it mean
ders S. 4 E. 5 poles; south 17 east
26 poles; S 10 W. 13 poles; S. 5 Wr’
67 poles; S. 26 W. 34% poles; thence,
leaving said creek N. 73 W. 108
poles to a stone; thence N. 86 W.
111% poles crossing public road tu
a stone; thence N. 4 E. 20 poles to
a stone; thence N. 68 W. 18 poles
to a white oak In Sam Bingham s
line; thence N. 33 E 51 poles to a
pine knot an 1 pointers; thense S. 81
W. 35% poles to a stone In Sid
Grigg’s line; thence N. 2% E. 41%
mles to a stone In Upton’s line; „
thence N. 81 E. 35.23 poles to an
Iron stake; thence N. 4 E. 32%
-oles to the beginning, containing
‘6 acres, more or less.
This February 9, 1929.
D Z. NEWTON, Trustee.
Newton & Newton. Attys.
Money due GILMER’S, INC., for pur
chases previously made through the Shel
y store payable to T. E. Cheatham, now
ma’dng headquarters a t CHARLES
HOEY S OFFICE.
You Have Lost Money
For Ten Years
BY NOT HAVING A
COOPERATIVE FIRST FARM
100,090 Farr—-s Fn The Un'^d States Have
Braten You To It.
BUT WE ARE STILL MYK’NG LOANS ON GOOD
Our Loins For 5 Y: j Cos* No More Than Others.
Optional To Run For 35 Years.
Avoid Increase In Interest Rates, Renewal Charges,
Cost Of Searching Titles, Bonuses
SHELBY NATIONAL FARM LOAN
Office Address: 21 R-ysfcer Bldg. Phone No. 673.
HENRY B. EDWARDS,
Sec.-Treas. Shelby, N. C.
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