'Special to The Star.''
Belwopd. Sept. 17.—The farmers
of this section are about thrown
pulling fodder and are utmost ready
to pick cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. 3 L. Lackey and
children of Sheibv and Mr. and
Mrs. Esper Royster and son. C K.
of Flay spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peeler.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Sain have
moved into their new brick bunga
low which Mr. Hugh Hoyle erected
Miss Katherine Hubbard spent
Sunday with her cousin. Miss Dbr
Misses Rosemary and Mildred
Peeler spent last Thursday night
with Miss Helen Sain of Toluca.
Miss Ethel Norman was the din
ner guest of Musses Pearl and Mayo
Born to Mr and Mrs. Ambrose
Richard on September 13 a bonne
TRl'SITE'S SAI.E or KI AI. ES
Under and by virtue of the am
thoritv contained in that certain
rirrd of trust, executed by D 1. Wil
lis and wile and assumed by J.
Grady Blanton to the undersigned
trustee, said deed of trust bein';
dated March 20. 1928 and recorded
in the office of the register of deeds
for Cleveland county. N. C. in book
149. at page 188. securing an indebt
edness to. the Shelby and Cleveland
County B. fi L. association and de
fault, having been made in the pa -
men* of said indebtedness, I will on
Saturday, October 12, 1929,
at 12 o'elock noon or within legal
hours; at the court house, door in
Shelby, N. C .sell to the highest
bidder for cash at public auction
the following: described real estate,
being located on the Charlotte
Asheville state highway No. 2!
about 2 1-2 miles east of Shelby and
being lots Nos,. 17. 18. 19, 20. and 21
in block C as shewn by plat record
ed in plat No. 2 at page 12. the reg
ister • .! d'v.s office Cleveland
county N. C. and being those sam
jots conveyed to D L Willis by L. S
Stewart and v.ife by deed dated
September 9. 1927 and. recorded in
the office rf the register of deed:
for Cleveland countv N. C. in deed
hook 3-W. page 317
tTerms of sale: Cash.
This Sept. in. 1929
JNO P. MULT Trustee
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^ Fr:thy. September 2ft. 1020
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SHELBY. N. C.
FINAL LIMIT 3 DAYS
Bill League Baseball
Games: St. Louis Browns
vs Washington Senators.
September 21st, and Phila
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mg boy. Mother and babe are doin'.; |
Mr. and Mis. A J. Jcfferice and
children ol Lincolnton were the,
dinner .guests', of. Mrs. jcfferice »]
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cline and;
Children of Lawndale visited Mr .
and Mrs Mark Smith Sunday alt
Mr... Eliza Mull spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peeler.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sain had as,
their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and,
Mrs. Sain of Vale, Mr, and Mrs..!
W. \V. Richard and children Ruby i
| and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
Ruff and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Daber
I ry and children
j. Mesdamcs Jasper Childress and
Lawrence Miller and children and
Mrs. S. T. Gantt and daughter.
Miss Pearl .visited Mrs. Eugene
t Jaynes at the Grace hospital. Mor
! ganton, on Monday. The many
friends of Mrs. Jaynes will be glad
to know she is improving some,
Mr. Walter Goodman spent Sat
urday night with Mr. Colin Peeler.
Mesdamcs Jasper Childress; and
•S. l. Gantt, spent last Friday witn
Mr and Mrs. L. E Miller of Fall
j Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Goodman and
: children spent. Sunday afternoon-,
with Mr. and Mrs, Quincy Har,
Mis;ps Hazel ana ti'a meuain
.spent Sunday atummon with Misses
Nanie Lou and Lorene Goodman, j
Misses Annie and Mohta Lula j
Richard spent Sunday afternoon'
with Misses Pearl and Mayo Gantt,
Misses Blanche and Alice Brack
ett, spent Sunday with Miss Man
Mr. and Mrs Olin Murry and1
children of Fallston visited Mr and
Mrs C, G. Richard Sunday after- 1
Mr and Mr- A, J. Jefferices.and 1
children of Ltncolnton' and Mr ;
and Mrs. Frank Norman visited |
relatives in Casar Sunday after-1
Mrs Rachel l.eonahrdt of Cher
I'vvil.le is .spending some time with!
' her daughter Mrs. C G. Richard, j
Miss Tula Ivester has returned,
home from Boone where she has i
j been in school.
i Mr. and Mrs. Tliad Ford and;
! children Margaret and Edwin of j
| Shelby visited Mr. and Mrs. W. |
R Porter Sunday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Fortenberry j
and children and sister Miss Johnnie
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. John Hoyle of Fallston i
Mr. and Mrs. John Queen and
children spent Sunday in Lincoln- ;
ton with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Stanley and
daughter Mary Frances and Mr. j
and Mrs. W. M. Stanley of Fallston |
• pent Sunday afternoon \yith Mr. i
and Mrs. S. A. Peeler.
Miss Veda Daberry visited Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Daberry Sunday
Misses Alma Hendrick and WiH^,
nr a Carpenter of Lincolnton spen.
Sunday afternoon with Misses a
Georgia and Pansy Queen.
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\ WASHINGTON, D. C.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1929.
$13 Round Trip Fare From Shelby, N. C.
T.ickrts witl be sold for nil trains September 20th,
with final return of September 25th. Baseball Septem
ber 21st and 22nd Washinton Senators vs. St. Louis
Browns and Philadelphia Athletics.
For further information and pullman reservations
call on any Seaboard ticket aent, or
H. A. HARRIS. Agt. JOHN T. WEST. DP A.
Shelby, N. C. Raleigh, N. C.
Palm Tree Church
Large Crowd Ancl Several Xotahlr
srrmons Were Deliver p<i On
Editor Tile Star:
The dedication of Palm Tree
church was ably conducted ifi pres
ence of largediscourse, in. mew.
spacious and elegant temple of ar
tistic beauty on September l!i. by
Rev W A. Newell. P. E, from Gas
The weather was idea!., the dis
course was eloquent, timely and
highly appreciated. The minister.
Rev. J. W. Eitzgerald, pastor of.
charge on Beluood circuit, was
present, and officiated as master of
ceremonies. The writer was present
and recited in the very large and
enthusiastic Bible class; and th's
teauire of this place of worship, the
Epworth League and the vocal and
instrumental music are all of high
order of excellence. It, is worthy of
mention that a grand daughter of
the late G. F. Lee. who officiated a .
musical leader and director for HO
years, presides at piano, and is gift
ed with a superb alto voice.
Music that is so universally In
sistent in its appeal to the sons and
daughters of men, was conspicuous
on this occasion in morning and
afternoon exercises. Quartets, octets
and class singing were truly en
joyable features: but the really uni
versally enjoyed feature was a boun
teous repast served at noon on a
long and spacious table which was
loaded by queens of the culinary
Thrn you should have seen elo
quent ministers, adroit politicians
and meandering and peripatetic
scribes pay an expensive compli
ment to these culinary experts.
The afternoon exercises were a
very able discourse by Dr Hardin,
an out-standing pulpit orator from
Gastonia, and Rev Mr. Rankin who
was along with him to hold up the
prophet's hands and fill the breach
if orator were smitten by accident
or disease. But no hitch was in
performance, and the occasion was
\oted a feast of reason and a flow
In the rerent write-up in your
columns, mention of memorial win
dows dedicated to G. F. Lee and
wife. E P. Shuford and wife. B Y.
Crowder and wife. Frederick Grigg
and wife. Mr. Wallace. Henry
Schcnck and other consecrated
workers and builders of the past
who have entered into their reward.
As the sad-eyed chronicler ha.;
been discredited as a historian and
execrated as a speller, please draw
the mantle of Charity over his frail
ties, and remember him as a victim
of mental aberation who is pining
on the crumbling shores of time ana
f T,3 M. L. WHITT ~
notice to creditors.
P R Wootton. trading and doing
.business as Wootton s Shoppg. 1t4w
ing executed a deed of assignment
to me as assignee,for the benefit of
his creditors, all persons holding
■Claims against the said P. R. Woot
uon will file same properly proven
with the clerk of superior court of
Cleveland county, N. C„ on or be
fore December 15, or this notice will
he pleaded in bar of their right t6
share in the assets.
This the 10th dav of Sept.. 1929.
J. J LATTIMORE, Assignee
for P. R. Wootton. It 2wk
NOTICE OF SALE.
T hereby offer for sale the entire
Mock of goods, wares and merchan
dise, fixtures and appliances at. the
Wootton's Shoppe, consisting: chief
ly of ladies ready-to-wear, fixtures
including an electric elevator, the
whole inventoring' approximately
$4,400.00, same can he inspected
upon request. Bids will be received
up to and including September 25.
This the 10th day of Sept., 1929.
J J LATTIMORE, Assignee,
for P. R. Wootton. It 2wk
SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES.
Town Of Waco, N. C.
Pursuant to authority invested by
law. the following property located
in the town of Waco, N. C. and on
which taxes are past due and un
paid. will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash in
front of the People's Bank at Waco,
N. C., at
10 o'clock a. m. on Oct. 12. 1929
Mrs. J. V. Limerick, for 1928
tax and for prior years ... $40 47
J. R. Rhyne, for 1928 tax and for
prior years - _ __- 11.33
M. A. Putnam, for 1928 tax and
for prior years ... 26 89
Arev Bros, for 1927 tax_5.24
T. M. Putnam for 1928 tax and
for prior years - .-.i... 17 00
Mrs. D. H Elliott for 1927 tax 6i0
Ezra Miller for 1928 tax.4.60
Clyd A. Erwin for 1927 tax and
prior years . ... 4.77
By order of the mayor and board
C. L. Barrett, Tax Collector
A. J. Putnam, Mayor. 4t 11c
An every-other-day letter
from home will be sent to col
lege students away from home
for the small price of $t.50.
This gives them The Cleve
land Star for less than the
price of a two cent postage
stamp per copy. tf
$1.50 takes The Star every
other-day to school students
away in college for nine
months. Subscribe now. No
reduction by waiting. Keep
the college youths in touch
with home. tf
Work Starts On Now Brick Church
Now B. V. P. I . Officers
Shelby, R-2. Sept. Jrt work lias
started on out- new brick church
The excavating "ill be ftnished
shortly. Mr. J. H Brackett ol
Shelby is the contractor. Mr. Joe
Wesson is treasurer. See him when
you get ready to pay your pledger
Mr. Tom Holland is visiting hi.
sister, Mrs B. Hames, and famll."
of near Cliffsidr
Mr. Jap Ledbetter of Shelby
visited Mr. and Mrs Gillette Ham
rick and family Sunday.
Our grade in B Y. P. U. Sunday
nigtit was the best, we have evtr
reached. The total grade was 99 per
cent. New officers were installed
Sunday. The following were elected,
president. Alvie Jones: viee presi
dent. Mary Sue Holland: quiz lead
er, Mozelle Wilson, treasurer and
secretary, Euelyth Patrick; corres
ponding secretary, Martha Ham
rick; organist, Mrs. Crce Hamrick,
chorister, Major Philbeck: group
captains. No. 1 Miss Alda Wilson:
No. 2-- Ruby Debrew; No. 3—Bill
Philbeck; No. 4 Mallle Wallac"
The following committer were ap
pointed, program, instruction, mis
sionary and social. A contest will
start on next. Sunday night. Every
group working to get new members
and to make their programs more
interesting. At the close of the quar
ter the two groups having the low
est grades will entertain the oth
Miss Lillie Martin entertained in<>
young people and several married
ones with a candy pulling Saturday
night A large crowd was present
and all had a good time.
Mr. and Mrs Dont Wesson spent
Sunday with Mr John Wallace and
Miss Aldcm Lemons of Boiling
Springs spent the week-end with
Miss Kate Allen Miss Alien s friends
surprised her with a party Sat
Mr. and Mrs E. L Holland and
daughter, Miss Mary Sue. spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs G O. Hawkins of Lattimore
Miss Margarette Queen spent the
week-end with Miss Martha Ham
The W M U met, immediately
after Sunday school Sunday and a
very interesting program was ren
dered. Mrs. A. T. Hamrick our ef
ficient president offered her resig
Mr. and Mrs. L W. Debrew and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. G. O
Hawkins of Lattimore Sunday.
Misses Myrtle and Lois Harrttl of
[Flint Hffi vteitet^Mi»s Gladys Har
Mr and Mrs, James Wallace and
family viiited flit. aid Mrs, Besola
HnJrtrjck family* Sunday.
Miss'Elmfnr^Harfffick visited at
Mr. Bob McCurrays Sunday after
Missae Lillie Martin and Mallfe
Wallace kpetit $un<ft.v with Misses
Gladys and Selma Lemons. They at
tended the Mpor? reunion.
Mr and Mrs, Truman Wilson and
family visited Miss Janie Wilson at
Boiling Springs college Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hamrick. Mr
and Mrs. W. W. Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. Cree Hamrick visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. P Barnett of Ellenboro
Mr. and Mrs. Plato Williams and
family of Shelby spent Sunday with
Mrs B C Queen and children.
Mr. Daner Wesson spent. the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Wel
don Pruitt and baby daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. .John Harnll and
children and Miss Green of Boiling '
Springs spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Allen.
Mesdames Lallage Hilton and
daughter, Merle, and Daner Wes
son spent Thursday afternoon with
.Mrs. A M. Hamrick.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hamrick and
Miss Selma and Mrs. Dewitt Ham
rick spent Friday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harrill of Mt
Mr. and Mrs P P, Hawkins and
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Hamrick spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. O.
Hawkins of Lattimore.
Mr. Everette Blanton made a busi
ness trip to Ellenboro one day la3t
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wesson spent
one night last week with Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Wesson and family, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hamrick and
family and Mr. and Mrs I D. El
liott and family visited Mr and
Mrs. Thomas Pruitt and family
The B. Y. P. U. will have their
social at the house of Miss Evelytn
Patrick next Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Cook and
children of Missouri, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lattimore.
Miss Nannie Jones spent Monday
night, with Miss Elmira Hamrick.
A saw mill is located on the farm
of Mr. Jarvis Hamrick for a while.
Mr. Toy Webb's new cotton gin Is
doing fine work. He has already
ginned several bales of cotton. This
gin is run by electricity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brooks and
family spent Sunday night with Mr.
and Mrs. Truitt Hamrick and fam
Mr and Mrs. Plalo Bridges and
family visited Mr, and Mrs. E.L.
Farmers Pulling Fodder \nd ( Tops
look (iood. Personallinns
'Special- to The S'lat'.'
Beams Mill, Srpt. 16 Wo are
having some real hot weather now.
The farmers are busy pulling fod
der. Cotton is opening verv fn<
Prospects (or a good crop arc re
ported by most all farmer.'
Miss Lena William spoilt the
week-end at home with her paretvs
Mr. and Mrs Kim William
The many friends of Mr Chivon.,
Hoyle will he glad to know that he
is able to be out again after several
Mr and Mrs Caleb Hovle and
family spent Sunday with Mr arid
Mrs Pressley Costner.
Misses Goldie and. Grace Ham
brick spent the week-end m th •
eommunit \ will friend
Ml. and Mrs .1. O Willis Mr
Aletlia Hoyle spent the week-end
with home folk. Mr. and Mr: Gas
Mr Hoyle Icdiord spent the
week-end with his parents Mr and
Mrs. John Ledford
Miss Vr\rtte Elliott spent the
week-end with her mother Mrs Z,
Mr and Mrs M x Gardner pent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs B F
Miss Ena Mae Phllbrek spen
several days last week With Miss
Mr and Mrs Grover William
spent Friday night with Mr. Billy
Misses Eula Louise Williams, Co
rine Costnfr spent Sunday evening
with Misses Li.ev Mar and A V
Mr. Clem Ledford spent Siihdav
with his parents, Mr. and M
The many friends of Mi Lem
TUI STEF'S SALE.
By virtue of the power vested in
me as trustee in a certain deed of
trust, executed by Lum Milts and
| wife. Rosa Lee Mills on the 23rd
, day of June. 1928 to secure an in-.
! debtedness as set. forth in said deed
! of trust, said deed of trust being
j recorded in booK 153 of deeds, page
71, of the office of the register Tor
! Cleveland comity. N C . and de
| fault having been made in the pav
| ment of the indebtedness thereby
! secured, and i emand having been
i made upon me to execute the trust.
' I will sell to the highest bidder at
j the court house door In Shelby
Saturday. Oct. 5. 1929, at 12
1 o'clock or within legal hours the
j following described real estate:
! Situated iri the town of Shrlbv,
j N C.
Beginning at a stake at the inter
I section of East Warren street and
Park avenue on the south side of
E. Warren arid cast side of Parx
1 avenue and runs thence with Park
avenue S 4.15 W 125 feet to a stake,
corner of lot. No. 3: thence with line
or said lot s' 85-45 E 57 07 feet to
a stake, corrter of lot No. 3 in line
of lot No. 1; thence with line of lot
No 1 N. 1-16 t , 125 5 feet to a stake
i on East Warren, corner of lot. No
1: thence with south edge of said
street. N 85-45 W 45 feet to the be
ginning. being all of lot No. 2 in
Terms of sale: Cash.
This the 3rd day of September,
R T FALLS, Trustee
Is a Prescription for
('olds. Grippe, Flu, Dengue,
Rilious Fever and Malaria.
H is the most speedy remedy known
*T suffered from In
I ate gave me heart'
bum,” says Mrs. Mat
tie Muilina, of Pound,
Va. "For months, I
did not see a well
I worried along, but
never felt welL
"I got a package of Thed
ford’s Black-Draught at the
•tore and began taking it—
a dose every night before
going to bed. I had been
having an awful pain.
After I had taken Black
Draught, this pain entirely
etopped. I began to gain in
weight, and rested well at
night. In a few months I
was feeling fine. My health
was better than it had been
"I keep Black-Draught in
our home, and we all take
it for constipation and up
Insist on Thedford’s
I Hatnbnckni'C Riad to know hr is
nble to hr out up sin
Mr John ted ford and son Ooklir
spent Sunday eveninH with‘Mr. Oa..
i ton Hoyle.
Mr. Sloan Elliott visited at til*
home of Mrs J V- Elliott Simdav
Miss lena Williams, ■ ix nt Sun
day e\eninK with ’Miss l.ucy Mac
| Miss Ophelia Hendrick spent
Saturday night v 'Hi Mr. and Mrs
Doyle llendriek ot She! In
Mr:. J V Elliott and lamliv \i-,
iteel at the home ol Mr and Mr.r.
Sylvan. Green Sunday evening
Miss Irene Costner 'spent Sunday
with Miss Elizabeth Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Cotentan Elliott vi >
fed Mr. and Mrs Berry Coin."
Mr and Mis. Paul Bi irige-. was
the dinner guest of Mr and Mrs
I'rcsslcy Costner Sunday.
Mr. Billie William and lamily vis
ited Mr and Mrs. Furman Her.'
I dnek of Cherryville Sunday.
| Mr and Mrs. Charlie William
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
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