School At Casar
- Opens August 5 th
llii Of Teachers Given. School On
AmtmIIM Mot For Pul
(Special to The Star.
Monday, August 6. has been nam
ed a» the opening date of the Casar
high school for the coming year.
Teachers for the coming ygar ar'
First grad* — Miss Kathleen
Smith of Newton; second grade,
Miss Mary D. Palmer of Lawndale.
R-l; third grade. Miss Maude Ava
Hord. of Waco; fourth and fifth
grades. Miss Letha Branton of
Shelby; sixth grade. Miss Earclo
Dellinger of Cherryville: seventh
grade, Mr, C. R. Wilkins ot Bre
High achool—Mr. H. M Lov. prin
cipal. history and mathematics.
Mist Mary Ferguson, Winnsbon
0. O , English and French; M.\
Lloyd B. Wilson, Fallhton, mathe
anatlce and science.
I For the past two years this school
)has been run as an accredited high
school and Is accomplishing a very
Nflne work lor No. 11 township.
Tohadoo curing and grading has
how begun in earnest in all parts
eg t$e state. Growers are encourag
ed* bt». the good prices prevailing on
WMWTBra SALE OF REAL ES
TATE—HOUSE A LOTS
- Under,and by virtue of the power
tontatoed la A certain deed of trust,
executed and delivered by B. P.
Jones et al, May 24th, 1910, and re
dded In the office of the register
o« deeds for Cleveland county Nort.i
*%rpUny.r )n book 107. and because
w default! to payment ot the tn
debtedaeae thegeby acc.ured and be
toauM ot Che failure to carry out
■the agreement and stipulations
thereto contained and pursuant to
the demand of the owner and hold
lea of the indebtedness so secured,
the undersigned trustee will expose
to sale at public auction to the
hfcheet bidder for cash at the court
bourn door of Cleveland county. N.
C., at 12 o’clock noon, on Monday
the Slat day of August 1929. all
those two lot* or parcels of land,
lying and being in the Town of
Earl, Cleveland county, N. O . town
ship No. 3. and more particularly
described as follows.
That lot of land situated In the
town of Earl, N. C., and being first
lot Nol 58 on the plat of said town.
to which reference Is hereby had,
and bounded on the east by Broad
street on the south hjf Fourth street,
on the north by the lot No. 57. and
on the west by Johnson stree..
fronting on Broad street. *78 reel
and 8 Inches and running back wih
Fourth street 200 feet containing
15,338 sq. feet more or less. Second
the south half of lot No. 57 adjoin
ing tha above lot, as shown on the
plat of said town to which refer
ence is hereby had. Bounded on
the Heat by Broad street, on the
south by lot No. 56, on the west by
Johnson street, and on the north
by lot Not 58. fronting On Broad
street, 38 feet and 4 Inches, and
one eighth running back to John
| eon street, 200 feet containing 7 -
■888 1-2 aq. ft. more or less. The
‘same being the property conveyed
ta Mrs. Blanche Hester by N. M.
Webber by deed dated March 2,
[1908, as appears of record In book
; ”00“ page 477, in the office of the
■ regfetar of Deeds for Cleveland
eoupty North Carolina, and to
which all needed reference la here
!by made. The same being also
[property owned by J. T. Webber,
'deceased and Is the same property
[which was conveyed to the parties
[of the .first part hereof by Thomas
(Heater and wife on April 20th, 1916
i -This the 35th day of July, 1929.
* C; B. McBRAYER, Trustee.
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I W. H. C. DIXON
f Office Over Woolworth’s.
f# ■ 11 1
j Cleveland Cigar
r B«M Charles Bldf, Corner
Trade and W. Warren Sts.
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Dr. C. M. Peeler
Office Over Wool worth
Residence Phone 460-W
Office Phone 99-W
Dr. D. M. Morrison
Bye* Examined, Glasses Fitted
Located In Webb Buildiny, Down
Stain Next To Hanes Shoe
■ — Stove,
Telephone MS. Shelby. N. C.
Writing New Chapter in History of Peace
FRANK B. KELLOGG
Here is the historic scene as President Hoover
delivered the proclamation of the Treaty for
the Renunciation ot War to diplomatic rep
resentati'ves of fnrtv or The fortv-si.< rations
which have formally signed thf Kellogp
Briand cact at the White Home /
I TnUrr »' |an|t N*W«r#«1
(Exclusive In The Star In this section.)
Well, we had some festivities on
the night of July Fourth m tin
park.. Uncle Joe and Aunt Min
ervy and 'mike Clark, rid” and 1
were all present 1 paid for the
tickets as Uncle Joe forgot fits
pooketbook and mlk> ( lark rid
25-dollar bill <so he oil id), and we
all went In.
We suffered many disappoint
ment* on this eventful night To
begin with. 1 paid 10 cents for t
cushion and after 1 got on the in
side. 1 found that there was only
standing room to be had They
had a few i-ee acts, but I had to
stand back so far from the .stage,
I couldn't, tell whether the women
were crying, singing, calling pig .
or exposing their tonsils to the
Unde Joe's poeketbook was stol
en, and m checking up his loss. 1
discovered that it contained a dune
and a 19-and-19 dog tax receipt.
He mourned the disappearance of
that purse with much vehemence
and persistent sorrow. d got mv
Information from Aunt Mtnervv
regarding the contents of pig'.
ear ) But Uncle Joe kept mutter
ing something about I hundred ami
54 dollars and 75 cents besides sev
eral 20-dollar gold pieces He in
timated that I ought to be forced
to re-hnburse him just because I
took him to the thing
Aunt Minervy was pusheu about
and jammed against, folk and
fences until she iookr*l like a
next year's bird’s nest Stic said
if she ever got out of that crowd
that, she’d never go anywhere’:
else except to the church where
there was always plenty room
Her hat was mashed from a be
fore-the-war-mode! to a flapper's
choice for this summer. <The on
ly change male in women’s hr‘s
from year to year is In fie mat
ter of mashing them into defer
ent shapes:! Her corns hurt her
powerful through the per formate t
and she complained some ol indi
gestion; caused by 2 bags of pop
corn and 15 cents worth of goob
ers-I bought for her after she;had
drunk 3 dopes
mike Clark, rfd. went in mad
and come out madder. he set!
someboddy stepped on his in
growing nail 14 times and that t.f
he had the e50 back 1 paid tor
them tickets, he'd go home ami
stay there. he claimed that Uk
fire-works smelt like beef, and he
kept insisting that a certain or;
fat woman quit that pushing him
agin the telegram 'post that hail
some spikes in it he got ready
to leave about 11 .so p m„ an 1
told the gate minder to nte or
foam him the next morning and
let him know how manny folks
got squezz to death and tromppe a
on so's he could get up his in
quest papci-s. ansoforth, but no in
quests was hell mutch to his dis
Sun-back dresses are here to stay
They are now being worn after
sun-down, but our "sons beam” on
them persistently, except in case:
where curvature of the spina makes
them unattractive. Paris insists that I
hire ajxnyfe not resell too U. ^
down as it might make an uncom
fortable feeling conic over a per
son should ihe seal on which she
might mi is made of fcold» marble.
it Is not becoming lor a church
I member to say such -atlung.- but 1
am »f the opinion that lots of folk;
won't be at all'.satisfied m heaven
l * if they should get there t if they
jrant have an automobile of the.r
own At this willing, however,' it
seems that a great many so-called
Christians art going to hell in
If government. farm relief ever
amount > to anything, it will help
the wheat- tanner first, the corn
farmer - will come next, then per
haps the cattle-man will be con
sidered. and possibly the milkman
will get a "peek" at prosperity, and
after at It lye, other types of tann
ing of the north and the east and
the west, the cotton fanner will be
invited to tell his troubles to the
Judge. This is, the only etteet ever
made by oiir politicians to outlaw
supply and demand. and here's
w ishi ng t hem luck. I a in 60 per
cent farmer, 30 per rent merchant,
and 1 per cent mature writer; but
1 do- not intend to hang up my sock
for a year of so.
Those Cleveland aviators stayed
up in the air for 173 hours. Shucks
that ain't nothing. 1 know hundred;
tit men that have been up in the
air ever since the "binder boy "
left Florida, and nary a soul has
offered to re-fuel them And fourth
ermore. there was mor high-fly
ing during that nrehipcligo-boom
than was ever seen before or eve1,
will be seen again . . during the
ttfe ot the federal reserve, and pos
sibly the fruit fly.
My. wife amcrl !> pounds while
she was m the-hospital, and it. cos:
tne exactly to dollars per pound
for that flesh, but as she might.'
road fhis, l must say that whit
those 0 pounds came pretty high
1 am glad beef steak is sold at a
more reasonable future, and am
also delighted to state that I we
;had she came home before she
ginned much more, andsoforth
A friend of mine called me on
the phone the other morning ami
asked me if I could use a girl and
t asked him what for and no said
do von want a good stenotrrnptv:
uid t told .him 1 was morr interest
ed In her ability than her piety ami
he said that was what he meant
and explained that she WSs very
fast- and I assured him that 1 lilted
that kind and he said she could do
50 words tier minute and 1 explain
ed to him before saying goodbye |
•bat-1 was not in .the market for
one. but. it i;<*ver felt the need or
one that could talk that last. I'd
"write or foam' him.
Washington. — Secretary Davis 1
said he had been informed from
New Orleans that A. B Patterson,
manager of the New Orleans Publfo
Service, Incorporated, had declared
the differences between his com
pany and the striding employes
were fundamental and could not be
MILL IS SOUGHT
Gastonia.—How to get a court
order signed when there is no judge
around handy was the problem that
confronted attorneys here this aft
ernoon when the Catawba Spin
ning company. of Mount Holly,
'■ought the appointment of a tem
porarv receiver to take over its af
lairs Attorney E A. Woltz, repre
enting the corporation. R. F. Craig,
vice president and C. H. Potter,
secretary. Hie last named slated to
be named receiver, had the neces
ary papers all in readiness at the
i courthouse I hen the question of get
ting the order properly signed came
i up. .lodge Thomas G Shaw, now
| holding court in this district, is
'away lor two weeks Judge Harding
of Charlotte, resident, judge, is hold
ing court in another ciisfriet. Judge
M. V Barnhill, of Rocky Mount,
lias been appointed by Governor
Gardner to hold a special term of
court here beginning next Monday
lor the trial of the strike murder
cases, but ins commission is not on
file here and no one knew whether
lus appointment was limited to tint
particular case or not Hence the
papers are not yet signed. It is prob
able. however, that the papers will
be signed tonight or in the morn
The receivership is sought bv the
Lola Manufacturing company, of
Stanley, a creditor. It is understood
that the mill's financial difficulties
[resulted from a heavy loss in cot
ton sustained several years ago I
which was gradually being overcome
when the failure of the Commer
cial Bank and Trust company, in
April, added to its embarrassments.
The corporation's liabilities are
said to be about $167,000 with onlv
about $37,000 quick assets, the reil
value, however, being estimated at
New York, July 10th. 10^Q
The Board of Directors have declared a
quarterly <li\idend of siity (60c) centsa
sn.lt e, on the common sfoi k of this com
pany, payable August 15th, 1920, to
l onvmon Stockholders of record, at the
close of business August 1st, 1929.
t hecks to lie mailed. Transter hooks
"ill not close.
Owkn Shephebu, Vue Prrj anj Treat.
and POWER COMPANY
Boston, July 10th, 1929
T he Board of Directors have declared a
quarterly dividend of sixty (60c) cents a
share, on the Class A Common Stock of
this company, payable August 15th,
1929, to Class A Common Stockholders
ol record, at the close of business August 1
( hecks to be maded. Transfer books
will not close.
It (». [.sue, .4er l Treasurer
Have Your Eyes Examined
DRS. H. D. & R. L.
Office Over Paul Webb &
Son’s Drug Store.
CASAR BATCH OF
Mr. Joe Costner Dead. Child Gets
Oram Corn In Nose. School
Opens August 5lh.
• Special to The Star.)
Casar, July 26.—Our crops are
looking fine and the farmers are
almost through work,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pru
ett a line baby boy July 15.
Miss Maud Ava Hord of Waco
was a visitor at Mr. John Ramsey's
Miss Darlas Wortman Is home
from N C. C. W. where she at
tended summer school.
Mr A A Richard and family arc
spending the week at Ridgecrest
and Asheville. Mrs. Richard Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Jerry Smith,
Miss Manta Horton and Madge
Downs spent the week-end at home
with their parents. They are at
tending summer school at Boone
Messrs T F Morrison, Dr. David
Morrison. T. M. Newton, M. A.
Canipe, Pink Self and Lawrence
Norman returned today from a fish
ing trip to Lake James.
Miss Eloise Stroup is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. T Buff this week.
Mrs Joe Queen visited her sister,
Mrs. J. P. Horton, in Morganton
Born to Mr and Mrs. Bryson
Newton July 16 a fine daughter,
Mr. Clyde McNtelly’s little son
had the misfortune to get a grain
of corn in his no6e which could
not be removed at Shelby yester
The revival meeting which is go
ing on at Pisgah church this week
has been well attended. Rev. J. J.
Waldrop is doing the preaching In
a very forceful manner. A gdbd
meeting has been reported.
Rev. A. C. Swafford and family
of Gastonia, visited Mr. Jim Self
and other friends and relatives this
Miss Lela Wortman from Char
lotte visited her parents last week,
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Wortman.
Mr. Joe Costner died Thursday of
last week. Mr. Costner was 74 years,
7 months old. He had a stroke of
paralysis a few days prior to his
death He had suffered for a long
time with high blood pressure. H •
was married twice, the first mar
riage to Miss Donie Hull and to
this union were born three children,
one girl and two boys The boys are
living. D. A. and A. K. Costner. He
was last married to Miss Maltndy
Buff and to this union urere bon
5 children, two dead and three liv
ing. Surviving are Mrs. Costne-,
Mrs. Curtiss White, Mrs. Summie
Canipe and Caleb Costner, a large
number of grand children and two
He was a member of Pisgah
t " ' 1 '
'T. W. Ebeltoft
Grocer and Book
Phone — 82
GEO. P. WEBB
— REAL ESTATE —
Farms and City Property
UNION TRUST BLDG.
— Telephone 454-J —
Civil and Criminal Practice
In All Courts
Office: Union Trust Co,
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Farms And Town
W. A. Broadway
Royster Bldg., Shelby, N. C.
Office Phone 775.
Residence Phone 471.
—- -m J
Civil Engineer And
Farm Surveys, Sub-divis
ions, Plats and General
- Phone 417 -
Baptist church. He will be greatly
missed at his church and Sunday
schoM as he was most always pres
ent to till his seat. He was very
kind and wit^i a friendly disposi
tion. No one Could speak harm of
Messrs. Bill and O, K. Newton
are spending the week in Morgan
ton on business.
Mr. A. A. Richard has purchased
a new Ford roadster.
Prof. H. M. Loy was a Casar
The Casar high school will open
Monday August 5 with Prof. H. M
Loy as principal. He has been our
principal for two years and has
done very successful work. We are'
glad to have him back again.
Miss Belle Brittain has returned
home from Kings Business college
Dr. J. T. Buff left today on a
business trip to Chesterfield, S. C.
Mr. Wesley Richard and J C.
Hunt bought a large farm from Mr.
A. A. Warllck this week. The farm
is In No. 8 township near the
Rutherford county line arfd s
known as the Edley Hunt farm.
The consideration being $7,500.
"While I do not positively assert,
that Blank is a dishonest man,"
said Blanks acquaintance, "I
strongly recommend people who
shake hands with him to coun*
their fingers carefully when he
leaves go.”—J, N. 8.
Special Excursion Fares
Washington. D. C.
Friday, Aug. 2nd, 1929.
Southern Railway System
Round-Trip Fare From
SHELBY, N. C.
Final Limit 5 Days
Big League Baseball Games
Detroit vs Weshington
August 3, 4 and 5.
Ask Ticket Agents.
I® SPELLS OF "I
"I ha vs used
Cerdui at inter*
vals for sixteen
| years, whan I suf
ered from weak*
! ness, and it al
[ ways helped me,**
says Mrs. J. W.
Jinright, R. F. D.
2, Troy, Ala.
"Mostly I was
afflicted with bad
spells or Decs- * 1111
ache. At times I felt as if
my back would break. I
would drag one foot after
the other, in a helpless sort
of a way, and once I got
down in bed. My husband
urged me to take Cardui,
and I soon found what a
fine medicine it really was.
"When my second child
was little, I was in very bad
health. I did m>t pick up
as I should hive. I was
weak and sickly. I do not
believe that I would have
. a k. I
through, but for
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
Round Trip Fares And
Leave Sched. Rt. Fare
Rock Hill 7:00 AM $2.50
York 7:30 AM 2.50
Sharon 7:40 AM 2.50
Blacksburg 8:35 AM 2.25
Shelby 9:20 AM 2.00
Lattimore 9:45 AM 2.00
Mooreaboro 9:55 AM 2.00
•Forest City 10:20 AM 1.75
Spindale 10:35 AM 1.75
Rutherf’n 10:45 AM 1.75
Thermal C’ 11:15 AM 1.75
Marion 12:10 PM 1.50
Arrive Asheville 1:40 P.
M. Returning special train
leaves Asheville 7:15 P. M.
High class coach accom
modations for white and
colored. Plenty of room
for everybody. Refresh
ment car. Spend the day in
the “Land of the Sky.”
Ask Ticket Agents,
The Kodiak bear is the largest
carnivorous land mammal in ex
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day qualified as executor of
the will of W. T. McKinney, late of
Cleveland county, N. C. and all
persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to pre
sent them to me properly proven
for payment on or before July 20.
1930. or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate payment
to the undersigned
This July 19, 1929.
R. V. GREENE. Executor of!
the Will of W. T. McKinney,
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of J. O. Bridges, de
ceased, late of Cleveland countv,
North Carolina, tills is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at he:
home, Mooresboro, N. C.. R-2, or to
her attorneys, Quinn, Hamrick A
Harris, Shelby. N. C„ on or before
the 19th day of July, 1930, or thv
notice will be pleaded in bar of thci
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will pelase make lm
This the 19th day of July, 1929
MRS. S. E. BRIDGES.
Administratrix of J. O
Quinn. Hamrick & Hams, Attys
135 Civilians, 55 Government Agents
In her series of stones. The Inside Of
Prohibition.” MABEL WALKER WILLE
BRANDT, former Assistant U. S. At.
tomey General in charge of prohibi
tion. condemns the unjustifiable use
of firearms and relate* excitlgg stories
of gun battles between rurn runners
and federal officers.
Everyone is interested In the vital
subject of Prohibition . . . and
you will eurely want to read these
extremely Interesting stories which will
begin to appear next Monday in—
The Charlotte News
“Greater Charlotte’s Home Newspaper’’
Charlotte News, Charlotte, N. C.
I am Interested In this series of articles
"The Inside Of Prohibition,” which begins
In THE CHARLOTTE NEWS next Monday.
Please have your carrier deliver paper to
my address below, for which I agree to
pay News carrier 20c weekly.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
Norfolk, Portsmouth & Richmond, Va.
SEABOARD AIRLINE RAILWAY
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9TH, 1929.
ROUND TRIP FARE—
Shelby to Portsmouth___$10.75
Shelby to Richmond _*____.._$9.75
Shelby to Old Point Comfort ___ $10.75
Shelby to Virginia Beach ___$11.25
Tickets will be sold for all trains August 9th, with
final return limit of August 14th. Tickets good in Pull
man cars on payment of regular pullman fare.
For further information and pullman reservations call
on any Seaboard ticket agent, or
H. A. HARRIS, Agent. JOHN T. WEST, D. P. A.
Shelby, N. C. Raleigh, N. C.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
WASHINGTON, D. C.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Friday, August 2nd, 1929.
$13.00 — Round Trip Fare — $13.00
From SHELBY, N. C.
Tickets will he sold for all trains August 2nd, with
final return limit of August 7th.
Big League Baseball; Aug. 3, 4, 5.
Washington vs Detroit
For further information and pullman reservations
call on any Seaboard ticket agent, or
H. A. Harris, Agt. John T. West DP A.
Shelby, N. C. Raleigh, N. C.
QUEEN CITY COACH LINES
FOR, ASHEVILLE, CHARLOTTE, WILMINGTON
FOR ASHEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—9:45 a. m.; 1:45 p. m.; 3:45 p.
m.; 8:45 p. m.
FOR CHARLOITE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY;—7:50 a. m.; 10:50 a. m.; 12:50 p.
m.; 2:50 p. m.; 4:50 p. m.; 6:50 p, m.; 9:50 p. m.
FOR WILMINGTON AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—10:50 a. m.; 2:50 p. m.
FOR FAYETTEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—7:50 a. m.; 10:50 a.m.; 2:50
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QUEEN CITY COACH COMPANY
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