Mexican Revolt Bears Earmarks
Of Gold Brad And Brass Origin
SinitMy Clement Wants PrMliifncy
Regardless Of People's
B1 Pmo, Texas.—Bring here w itli
- a Mexican revolt ki progress is even
better than occupying a ringside
seat at a circus. One gets hot only
a eloseup of the performance from
in front but a lot of low-down as
to what is going on backstage
some of It pretty low. writes M. E.
Tracy In the New York Telegram.
Locally, the situation is one of
rumor and guesswork. with com
* paratlvely unimportant names and
places claiming the spotlight.
‘ Buch and such a town has been
^ptpred or gone over to the rebels,
... one learns; such and such a gen
eral has revolted; such and such a
garrison temalns loyal; such and
such an emissary is trying to "ne
• gotlate” with such and such a com
The governor of Chihuahua calls
• tip long distance telephone to :.uy
that he has decided to join the re
bellion; the commandant at Jaurer
calls up to say that he will stick by
Portes Oil; some one else calls up
to say that revolutionary agents
are In town, and so it goes.
Not A Popular Vprlslng.
As the atmosphere clears one Is
able to get something ot a line rn
this latest and most unexpected up
In the first place, It Is not a pop
ular uprising in any sense of the
The undersigned, being holder ol
certificate No 23 for one share of
stock In the Moorcsboro Creamery,
a corporation organized and exist*
ing under and by \trtuc of the
laws of North Carolina, hereby
gives notice that he has lost said
certificate of stock and will apply,
on the 15th day of April, 1929, to
said corporation for a duplicate
certificate of said stock and this is
to notify any persons, or persons,
If they should aappen to be in pos
session of said certificate of stock
that their possession Is tinUtwlul
and they are hereby notified that
application will be made for a dup
licate of said stock.
This the 13th day of March, 1929.
4tl3c JONATHAN GREENE
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MAGNOLIA GARDENS And
i: Round-trip fares from:
>• Gastonia, N. C. — $7.00
Hirers Mountain, N. C. _ $7.00
Phelby, N. C-$7.00
Rutherfordton, N. C. __ $7.00
Lincointon, N. C. --$7.00
Dates of sale Marcli 29 and
30. April 5th and 6th.
Final limit good to reach
original starring point prior
to midnight Wednesday fol
lowing date of sale.
Special round-trip fares bas
is one fare plus one-half for
the round-trio on sale March
20. 21. 22. 23. 26. 27 and 28
final limit 7 days.
Fine opportunity to visit
these beautiful gardens and
also see old Historic Charles
Th gardens will be at then*
most beautiful stage the last,
of M&Tth #nd the first week
Through sleeping cars—ex
For detail information call
on any Southern Railway
Agent or address
R. H, GRAHAM.
Division Passenger Agent,
Charlotte, N. C.
WEAK AND THIN
Virfiaia Lady Wa$ Just Drag*
fiat Around. Health Im
proved Steadily After
She Took Cardui.
.. Bristol, Va.—'1 was just about
down, in bed and so weak I was past
gome.” wvltee Mrs. Jennie Goodman,
of 718 Portsmouth Avenue, this city.
Mra. Goodman says her family was
very uneasy about her condition, as
she seemed so weak and thin.
1 ached all over.’* she explains,
"and my bask and sides hurt most
‘1 dragged around, and did nob
•ee a day of good health.
“I went to call on one of my
neighbors, aad she remarked about
my looking so bad. She told me to
get a bottle of Cardui and take it.
Meat Saturday night, my husband
brought It home to me.
"••fore X had taken Cardui a
week. I waa feeling much better. X
continued taking it for awhile, as
my health kept on Improving.
"X gained In weight, and soon was
reeling like a new person. Since
then X have taken Cardui several
ttm*% and lt haa always done me
good. T can recommend It to others.”
Cardui has been In use so long
thatite audt has been proved by
tbs weperience of several genera
A pdfely vegetable, medicinal tonic.
Pot sale by all druggists, nc-20*
word, but a military revolt. Civil
ians have had no hand In It. It was
obviously conceived within the
army, and Just us obviously has for
it,s aim the establishment of an ad
ministration at Mexico City which
the army can control.
! The secrecy with which it was
i planned, the precision with which
lit has moved and, above all else,
Itlir peculiar kind of strategy it is
pursuing, identify this revolt as
born of gold braid and brass but
Thus far no one has called for
rebellion except, officers of the
regular anny, and few have rallied
to the call except regularly enlist
It is quite commonly believed that
the revolutionary leaders would
restore the church and throttle or
ganized labor If victorious, but they
would do this to gain popular favor
rather than us ft well considered
What Is Back Of Commotion.
Whatever else may be thought
ol It, General Jesus M. Aguirre's
statement, as given to the United
Press, leaves little doubt as to what
is really bark of the commotion.
"The reason for It," he says, "are
the open and Insulting methods by
which Plutarco Ellas Calles and
Emilio Portes Oil are trying to im
pose Pascunl Ortiz Kubio on the
people as president."
, In this connection It will be re
membered that Portes Gil Is serving
as ad interim president in place of
Oeneral Alvaro Obregon, who was
assassinated after being elected,
and that he was chosen to act as
such by the Mexican congress.
Military ituie is ijdjcchvc.
It also will be remembered that
a convention of the revolutionary
, party was recently held for the
purpose of nominating a presiden
tial candidate. that Kublo and
| Aaron Saenz were the chief con
tenders, and that Saenz bolted be
cause, as he claimed, delegates
favoring his opponent had been il
Last November, and while Calles
was still president, so the story
goes, seven generals called on him
with the demand that he have
Perez Trevino, also a general, nam
ed as his successor.
Of those seven generals at least
five are taking prominent part in
the rebellion, while one, Essobar. is
its accepted chief.
Rubio, whom Aguirre says the
rebellion is designed to prevent
from becoming president, Is an
engineer, a former ambassador to
Germany and Brazil and a recog
nized leader of the Liberal party,
but not a military man.
Putting two and two together,
the conclusion seems inescapable
that this is not only a military re
volt but one which has military
rule ior Its Immediate objective.
U. S. Opposed Army Rule.
One naturally recalls the unhap
py fate of Vlctoviano Hucrto, whom
the late President Wilson drove
lrom power on the ground that he
represented military rule, and that
the United States would not stand
for military rule in Mexico.
Was Wilson right? For one, I
have never thought so. I have never
considered it this government's
business, or duty, to boss Mexican
But the present situation in-1
volves more than that After Wil
son and Huerta came Coolldge and
Calles, with the development of a
policy Intended to assist the regu
larly constituted government, of
Mexico and discourage revolution
rrinclples Deserve Consideration.
Now as between a military fac
tion which goes forth to dominate
politics by force of arms and a
provisional president elected by
congress according to provisions of
the constitution, which comes near
er the type of government we
Putting that aside, which
promises more for the liberal pro
gressive movement in Mexico?
The fact that, this revolt has as
sumed formidable proportions
should have little tor do with our
attitude Principles deserve con
sideration as well as strength
Political Gratitude. Hoover Brand.
(Philadelphia Record )
The south gave up its solidarity,
and plumped for Hoover. The
south figured Its desertion of the
old standards honored by Us people
would be appreciated and reward
Cabinet appointments were made
and published. The south was con
spicuous by its absence from the
list. Texas thought interior would
go to Cato Bells. It. went a long
way past him
Now the south is honored by hav
ing Mr. Jahncke. of New' Orleans,
named to the navy department,
and Mr. Hurley. of Oklahoma,
(near-south) to the war depart
As assistants to secretaries from
the Middle West and Massachus
etts, Good and Adams.
Has *he south bartered it* birth
right for a mess of pottage that is
not to be delivered? The marked
disproportion between the voting'
and the patronage must be the
subject of many a bitter talk aw ay,
down south in Dixie.
Prosperity or poverty? Ask the
(Special To Tlui Star;.
The three B. Y. P. U's have re*
cently Lrlshcd their study courses.
We ar.. very proud of the result.
Almost every one taking the exami
nations. The few that dicl not
take, them are reviewing the books.
Soon we hope to have all the un
ions 100 per cent on study course
Mr. A L. Gallon the director Is do
ing some fine work In the B Y
Beginning last night the senior B
Y. P. U. is putting on a series of
special program, a contest between
the groups. We expect to see some
friendly rivalry among them.
Friends of Mr. Ess Cabaniss will
be glad to learn that he is very
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Greene and
children from Chesnee visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Greene Sunday.
Prof, and Mrs. V. C. Taylor and
children from Lattlmore visited Mr
and Mrs. W. W. Washburn Sunday
Miss Ray Greene who works In
Shelby spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlte Wright and
daughters of Shelby spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A Bridges.
Mr. and Mrs. Summte Grayson
of Shelby were visitors in our com
Miss Ray Gibbs of Shelby spent
the week-end with Miss Willoree
Mr. Lawrence Wright, son of Mr.
W. E. Wright has been right sick
lor sometime Hope he soon regains
his usual health.
Record By Woman
Lands On Airport At Oakland,
After Flying 22 Honrs,
Oakland, Calif. March 17.—A
new endurance flight record for
women was set here Sunday when
Louise McPhetridge landed at the
j Oakland airport from a continuous
flight of 22 hours and four minutes.
The gasoline supply of 196 gallons
The avlatrtx took off at 3:51 p. m.
Saturday She made a perfect land
ing and taxied to the hangar where
Oakland chapter A. A. A. were watt
ling to certify the landing time as
1:54:47 p. m. Her first words after
emerging from the cockpit were:
“Oosli, I'm tired. Rest will sure feel
"Has someone a cigarette,” was
the reply given when asked If she
The filer's full name la Mrs.
Louise McPhetridge Thadcn, but
she Is known to the flying world
under her maiden name.
Man so Nervous Feels
His Stomach Jump
■ I got bo nervous my stomach felt
like it was jumping. Vtnol entirely
relieved the trouble. I leel better
than In years.”—J. C. Duke.
Vlnol Is a compound of Iron,
phosphates, cod liver peptone, etc.
The very FIRST bottle makes you
sleep better and have a BIO appe
tite. Nervous, easily tired people
arc surprised how QUICK the Iron,
phosphates, etc., give new life and
pep. Vlnol tastes delicious. Quinn's
Drug Store. adv.
Having qualified as Executor of
the Estate of S. E. Dixon, deceased,
Jate of Cleveland county. N. C„ this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the rstate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
t.nderslgnen at his office in Shelby
N C, on or before the 29*h day of
January 1930, or this notice will ;
pleaded in bar of their recovery
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make Immediate pay
This the 39t~ day of January,
J. a QUINN, Executor ot
S. E. Dixon, deceased.
NOTICE COMMISSIONERS RE
Pursuant to an order of the su
perior court of Cleveland county
made In special proceedings entitled
E. C. Smith, <t al. vs. Bessie Fish
er, et al., the bid at a prior sale
having been raised in accordance
vi'h law. the undersigned, as com
missioner, will offer for resale at
the court house door in Shelby, N.
C at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash on Monday, March
18. 1929. at 12 o'clock, noon, the
following described real estate sit
uated in No. 5 township, Cleveland
county, and bounded as follows:
Being that tract of land convey
ed from Christopher Felmont. and
wife to James K Smith bv deed
dated March 3, 1881, and recorded
In book MMM at page 61 in ie
register's office, Cleveland countv.
Lying on the waters of Buffalo and
adjoining the lands of Ira Erwin.
Thomas Smith and others.
Beginning on a Black Oak, R. M.
Elliott's comer and runs thence N.
76 E, 112 poles to a rock and per
simmon tree; thence S 32 E. 44
poles to a stake on school house
lot; thence S. 59‘j W. 16 poles to a
stake; thence & 32 E. 10 poles to a
stake; thence S. 591* W. 29 2-3
poles to a stake; thence N. 69 W.
72 poles to a stake and pointers;
thence N. 81 W 24 poles to the
beginning, containing 22\ acres,
more or less.
Date of sale Is Monday, March
18, 1929 at 12 o'clock. Terms of said
sale are cash on date of sale. The
bidding will begin at $74.02 ts per
This t! "hid day of March, 1929.
FEYiJN MeSWAIN, Comr.
Borah Foresees End
j Of Under-Cover Men
| mg tlic use ol "under cover" agents
j in the federal penitentiaries, Sena*
| tor Borah. Republican, Idaho, in a
statement, predicted that the new
attorney general, William D. Mitch
ell, would discontinue the practice.
Tills confidence In the course to
be pursued by Mr. Mitchell was ex
pressed by the senator alter a con
ference with the attorney general
this week Walker Willebrandt, as
sistant, attorney general, was not j
so ready to give up the system
Mrs Willebrandt, who is in
charge or the administration of the j
prisons, declared that “the system,
seems the only way at present to
find the facts necessary to keep
conditions wholesome in the peni
tentiaries" She believed the "under
rover" system had been ' fairly and
equitably applied. ’ She Is not re
sponsible, she said, for institution
of the practice. It was instituted by
former Attorney General Sargent.
The present row was stirred up
when John Snook of the Atlanta
penitentiary refused to cooperate
with the department in the use of
"under cover" agents in Ills institu
tion. His resignation within 30 days
was asked for on March 5 but it
was declared at the department
that this was not the only com
plaint against Snook's administra
MU. BRIMLEY, HERE’S
PROOF OF SNAKE STORY
Goldsboro —"This here Mr. Brim
ley of Raleigh can say that no na
turalist never saw little snakes run
into the mouth of another snake
if he wants to” remarked Jim
Powell to the Goldsboro News re
porter. ’ But I know better. I re
member when 1 was working at the
Wayne Agricultural works. Cleve
Dfrr had gone down to feed the
horses, and he came back telling
about hearing a hissing noise, like.
He said he looked down—lie's Just
turned over a bale of hay—and
there was a large snake and u
great bunch of little ones were
squirming into her mouth, I did
not believe him, so I had him go
get the snake and bring it to the
office. W’e cut it open and there
in the stomach of the reptile—a
bldunt tail moccasin—we discover
ed 21 little snakes about the length
of a lead pencil.”
Having this day qualified as ex
ecutors of the estate of J.-G. Hern
don, deceased, this is to notify all
parties having claims against the
said estate to present them to us at
Grover, N. C. properly proven on
or before the 30th day of January,
1930 or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of any recovery thereof. All
parties owing the said estate are
asked to make immediate settle
ment to the undersigned. This
January 30, 1929.
•1. L and E. B. HERNDON.
Executors of the Estate of J.
G. Herndon, deceased. pd.
COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF
Under a decree of the superior
court made in special proceedings
entitled “F. R. Turner and wife,
Margaret Turner, petitioners, vs.
May Love Turner and Laura Tur
ner, guardian of May Love Turner,”
mado February 26. 1929, the under
signed commissioner will offer for
sale at public auction to the high
est bidder at the court house door
in Cleveland county, N. C., at 12 M,
Saturday, March SO, 1920,
the following described tract of
Beginning at a stake on the cast
bank of First Broad river and in
the old Kirkendall Ford road, and
running thence with the meander
tngs of the said road and with the
lands of C. O. Champion N. 714
degrees E. 5.00 chains to a cedat
post; thence N. 33 deg. E. 74
chains to a cedar post: thence N.
684 deg. E. 4.50 chains to a cedar
post; thence S. 05 aeg. E 10 chains
to a stake; thence S. 71 deg. E.
12.75 chains to a stake; thence S.
884 deg. E. 1.50 chains to a stone
on the north side of the road. W.
B. Turner's and Samuel J. Green’s
corner, thence with Green's line
N. 28 deg E. 36.75 chains to a
stone. W. B. Turner's and Lewis
Hardin's corner on Samuel J.
Green's line, formerly a post oak
stump; thence with Lewis Hardin’s
line N. 76 4 deg. W. 30.86 chains to
a red oak stump, Turner’s and
Hardin’s corner, thence with Lewis
Hardin's line N. 524 deg. W. 43.50
chains to a stake on the east bank
of First. Broad rtver; thence down
the river as it meanders the general
average of which is as follows: S.
464 deg W. 4.40 chains; S. 40 deg
W. 2.40 chains, S. 1.20; S 294 deg.
E. 3 chains; S. 304 E. 6.50 chains; j
8. 334 deg. E. 5.25 chains; S. 464
deg. E. 10.35 chains; 8. 29 deg. E. 3.50
chains; 8. 144 E. 1.50 chains: 8. 23
deg. W. 3,00 chains; 8. 374 deg
W. 7.00 chains; 8. 28 deg. W. 2.00
chains; 8. 23 deg. tv 3 00 chains;
a 64 deg. W. 4.30 chains; a 104
deg. E. 3.50 chains; S. 334 E. 4.25
chains to the beginning, containing
1654 acres, more or less. Except
from the aforesaid land has been
sold 5 acres known as parcel No. 1
described in book UU. page 536, of
the register of deeds office for
Cleveland county, N. C„ also all the
mineral rights In all of said lands
described in the aforesaid, book,
same is also subject to the rights
and easements contained tn deeds
of record In the aforesaid office tn
books II, page 341; MM, page 479
and YY, page 380.
Terms ol sale; One-fourth (4)
cash; balance in two equal annual
This February 26. 1929.
D. Z. NEWTON, Commissioner.
Newton & Newton, Attys.
HEFLIN PELTED WITH
STONES AT BROCKTON
Brockton, Mass.—Senator Thomas
Heflin of Alabama was the target
for mud and stones today while
here to address an audience under
the auspices of Mayflower klan No.
2, Realm of Massachusetts, Ku
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EX
North Carolina, Cleveland County
In Superior Court.
The First State Bank, Chase City
If. H. Lackey and Mary Lee Lackey
By virtue of an execution direct
ed to the undersigned from the .su
perior court for Cleveland county,
N. C\, in thv above entitled action,
I will, on Monday at 12 m., March
11. 1929, at the court house door of
said county, sell to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy said ex
ecution. all the right, title and in
terest which the said H. H Lackey
and Mary Lee Lackey, the defend
ants have tn the following describ
ed real estate, to wit:
Lying in No. 9 township, Cleve
land county, N. C., and being a part
of the dower of EfTic Lackey, widow
of Robert Lackey, deceased, and
being Joined by the lands of H.
Gantt, H. S. Cline and others. Be
ginning on a stone, Henry Gantt’s
corner, and runs thence with his
line, south 58 west 32'i poles to a
stone in the old line, near a small
bridge: thence with the old line
south 33' i west. 65*2 poles to a pine
in said line, Lee Gantt's corner;
thence with his line south 26*2
east 54*2 poles to a pine, Gantt's
corner: thonce with Cline's line
north 65 1-2 east 42 1-5 poles tc a
black locust; hence with Cline's line
south 32'a east 21 5-6 poles to a
stone. Cline's corner; thence with
his line north 65’2 east 54 2-3 poles
to a stone, Gantt's corner; thence
with Henry Gantt s line north 31H
west 117 poles to the beginning,
containing 54 7-16 acres, more or
less—except from the above has
been sold 14'j acres, which is de
scribed in book of deeds in office
of register of deeds, 3-R, page 274
This the 4th day of Feb. 1929.
H. A. LOGAN, Sheriff of
Cleveland County, N. C.
Newton & Newton, Attys.
ADMINIS1.,' Lit, TOR'S NOTICE
I Having qualified as administrate
! and administratrix of the estate o
John O. Stanley, deceased, late o;
Cleveland county. North Carolina
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of saic
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned Claude Stamey at Falls
ton, N. C., on or before the 27tl:
day of February, 1930, or this
tice will be pleaded In bar of their
recovery, All persons indebted tc
said estate will please make im
This 27th day of February, 1929.
CLAUDE STAMEY and
MRS. D A. CLINE. Ad
ministrator and Administra
trix of John G. Stamey,
M. R. Weathers. Attorney.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE OF
By virtue of the power of sale
contained in a certain deed of trust
bearing date ot April 15. 1921. and
now of record in the officr of the
register of deeds lor Cleveland
county, N. C , in book of mortgages
No. 104. at page 310, et seq., and
executed by E. C. Carpenter and
wife, Emma Carpenter, to Andrew
D. Christian and O. M. Mull, trus
tees, to secure an indebtedness of
two thousand dollars ($2.000i; and
default having been made 111 the
payment thereof, and having been
requested by the holder of said
indebtedness to foreclose, we, as
trustees, will sell at public auction
lor cash, to the highest bidder, at
the courthouse door in Shelby, N.
C., at twelve o'clock, noon, on Sat
urday, March 30. 1920, the follow
ing described real estate encum
bered by said deed of trust, in or
der to secure funds with which to
satisfy said indebtedness, to wit:
The following real estate lying
and being in No. 6 township.
Cleveland county, N. C. about four
miles north of the town of Shelby,
adjoining the lands of John F.
Cline. George E. Sperling and
Beginning at the northwest cor
ner of said tract at a stake or
stone, the same being the lands of
■John F Cline, and running thence
south 33* i east, with line of John
F. Cline ten chains to a stone in
road, George Sperling's corner;
thence with the line of George
Sperling soutfh 28 east 18.69 chains
to a stone, Sperling’s corner; thence
with Sperling's line south 22 i east
5.81 chains to a stone, Ed Grtgg’s
i corner in Sperling’s line; thence
! north 591tt east, 15.75 chains with
! Ed Griggs' line to a stone, his cor
| ner, In John F. Cline's ime; thence
! with John F. Cline's line north 27 5a
1 west, :13.65 chains to a stone and
! pointers, John F. Cline's corner;
thence, south 56'» west 13.77 chains
with John F. Cline's line to a stake
and pointers, his corner; thence
north 86‘s west 3 chains with John
F. Cline’s line to the beginning;
containing fifty (50> acres, more or
less, and being the north end of
that sixty acre tract of land devis
ed to Emma Hord (now Emma
Carpenter) one of the parties of the
first part in said deed of trust, by
Martin Cornwell by his last will
and testament which is now of rec
ord in the office of the clerk oi the
superior court of Cleveland county,
j N C., in book oi wills No. 2 at page
538, to which will and record refer
! once is made for further description
and identification of same.
This 27th day of February, 1929.
ANDREW D CHRISTIAN,
O. M, MULL, Trustees.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of P. P. Duncan, de
ceased, late of Cleveland county, N.
C. this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Lawndale, N. C. on
or before the 20th day of February,
1930, or this ndtlce will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 14th dy of February,
a. C. DUNCAN, Adminis
trator of the estate of P. P.
Bynum E. Weathers, Atty.
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of C. C. Green
! deceased, late of Cleveland county,
| North Carolina, this is to notify all
I persons having claims against the
j estate of said deceased to exhibit
j them to the undersigned properly
) verified and itemized on or before
the 5th day of March, 1930, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 5th day of March, 1929.
G. G. MOORE, Administrator.
Newton & Newton, Attys.
— NOTICE —
I, Hugh K. McSwain, a
painter, contractor, offer
for sale high grade Paint
and Varnish and Kayser &
Allman (Wall Paper.) All
work guaranteed to be first
class. Phone 127-R.
Hugh K. McSwain,
314 Blanton St.,
Shelby, N. C.
111111 1 i
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With shoes the price they
are, it is not only economy
but good sense to have them
repaired as often as pos
— PHONE 569 —
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pairing. Also Rebuilt And
New Shoes For Sale At
Bargain Prices. Call In
And Look Them Over.
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burns clean to the last drop. No crankcase dilution. A pure, -
clear, white gasoline. On sale at the big red “Standard*
pumps with “Standard” globes. Insist on the genuine. Blade
and guaranteed by the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey.