Mrs. Vance Royster Home From
' Hospital. I’crsonal Mention
(Special to The Star '
Fal’.ston;- Sept. 26—The cotton is
getting its cover of white. The
farmers are cotrina: ready to pick
Mrs. Vance Royster: has return
ed to her liome She underwent a
serious operation at the Lincoln
Mr. Hulo Sweeny of Morganton
is spending several days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Swoezr.
Miss Gazzie Martin was the din
ner guest oi Misses Thelma and
Cloe Wright Sunday
Mr. and Mrs George Floss had
as their dinner guests Sunday Ms
and Mrs. J. C. Royster arid latiiily
and Mr arid Mrs P: O Ross and
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stanley and
family visited Mrs Stanley's pat
ents, Mr and Mrs. George Corn
well oi the Zion community Sun
Mr. and Mrs W A. Royster and
family were the dinner guests of
in e o t r e
ing. c J e a - s
and checks snf-f
mg. Protect* mem
branes aeries’. 'ar
tacr attar <* of pc:s
onons pollen j*
sician's nreae* th- t-.
*i. Or Tig Mw«f«
For sale by Kendall Medicine
Company and all good drug stores.
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"Perfect Purification of the Sys
tem is Nature's Foundation of
Perfect Health.” _ Why not rid
yourself of chronic ailments that
are undermining your vitality?
Turify your entire system by tak
ing a thorough course of Calotabs,
—once or twice a week for several
weeks-—and see how Nature re
wards you with health.
Calotabs are the greatest of all
system purifiers. Get a family
package with full directions. On
* ]y S5 cts. at drugstores. (Adv).
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrill of Ellen- ‘
boro Sunday. . I
Mr. arid Mrs J. M. Morgan visit'- j
ed Mr. and Mrs. .Elem. Martin Sun-j
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright visited
Mr and Mrs. Yates Lutz Sunday.
Messrs. Oscar Morgan and Urea'
Murray have returned to their wont j
ui Richmond. Va
Mr. and Mrs. H A Beam and
Mr . and Mrs. E. <v. Spijrling and j
sons, Carrol and Everett, jr . spent
Sunday in Charlotte visiting Mr.
and Mrs. G D. Hoyle.
Mr and Mrs. A M Hoyle and j
family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Hoyle of Beams Mill Sunday.
Misses Stella Wright and Clare:
Mae Poole were the dinner gues’r..
of Miss Vertie Lee Champion Sun
Mrs Ida Allen and daughter, j
Minnie Katherine, and Mi. s Mar-1
garet Dickson of Shelby v isited Mr. j
and Mrs, Cleminie Royster Sunday !
Mr. Ray Wilson and Mis:. Amrr-,
iea Hendrick visited Mr. anti Mrs. i
■Jimmie Royster Sunday. |
Miss Beatrice Hendrick spent
Tuesday night with Miss Eloise j
Mr and Mrs T A Lee and!
daughter. Annie Bell and Eliza-!
bet hi and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence j
l ee Hoyle Visited Mr. Hoyle Lee at ,
Mars Hill Sunday
Miss Fannie Ross spent Tuesday j
night with her sister, Mrs. J. C.j
llnw Times Have Changed.
This is the season ot county fair-i
throughout, the state and a few ;
years back a ‘spell" ol weather of i
the kind that has prevailed this i
week would have pinned the badge j
of mourning on every gate, but bt- j
hold the change! The Cleveland
countv fair was met on the open-!
ing day with a rain, misty atmos* j
phere and generally soggy condi-!
tions, and yet the adding machine ;
made record of as many as 35,000 '
ingoers, which might be legardedj
as a record attendance even for .1
good weather day. Not only was
there an elbow-: ubbing crowd, tarn.'
; there was such a flood of exhibits
j as to force some intending exhibi
I tors to the disappointment of see
; mg their packages not unloaded
i How docs it come that the weather
! does not operate to the bankruptcy
of a lair, as it would have done .n
times past? The answer is simple.
The good roads and the automo
biles make the fair independent of
weather conditions. The old-estab
! lished fear of muddy roads and
I slow travel is gone. Of course,
bright skies are preferable, but, the
fact remains that, the well-estab
lished county fair is now' proof
against being rained out.
No. 1 Township News
Of Current Week
Singing At Camp Creek Next Sun
day. Car Wreck And Per
'Special to The Star )
Everybody is asked to remembe.
the all day singing at Camp Creek
Baptist, church next Sunday. The
•singing will be in charge of Prof
Leroy Jolley. A number of special
quartettes are expected among
them aie ttie Spindale quartet
the Wilbanks quartet of Green
ville. the Cherokee quartet. Prof
Wade Humphries and many others
Mr. and Mrs. Beznla Cobb of Vir
ginia are visiting relatives here
Mr. Garmon Barries, Howard
Keeter, and Loyd Humphries a.o
visiting in Cane Creek.
Mr and Mrs. Robt. Jolley and
daughters, Ailecn and Elizabe'h,
Mr an.d Mrs. Blaine Davis, and Mr.
Frank Bailey were visitors at Mr
Dee Byars last Tuesday.
Mr Blam Davis and Thurman
Byars had the misfortune of being
in a car wreck last Sunday after
noon as they were returning fror-i
Gaffney Mr. Oris Humphries and
wife were the occupants of the car
that run into them No one was
seriously injured although Mrs |
Humphries was badly frightened !
and was bruised up.
auss -«nie nunipnws 01
Pond, S C.. spent last Saturday
night with Mrs. Dee Byars
Mr. Buln Earls entertainrd a
number ot his friends last Tues
day night with a .singing.
Mr. Garland Hamrick, insurance
agent, has been transfered bark
A number from here attended the
opening day of the lair at Shelby
despite the rain, although many did
not attend that had planned
Mrs Dora Cobb and children of
Cliffside spent last Sundav at Mr.
The members of Camp Creek
church a-e raising money to paint
the church in the near future.
Mr. Frank Bailey. Joe Ellis, and
Pink Bailey visited Mr. Sam Bailey
of Wtlklnsville, S C. Sunday.
Opening Vp A Mint.
A preacher said to his congrega
tion There is a certain man amonj
us who is flirting with another
man's wife. Unless he puts five
dollars in the collection box his
name will be read from the pulpi;
When the collection box came in
there were 19 .five dollar bills in I*.
and e two-dollar bill with a no'e
pinned to it saying. "This.is all the
cash I have, but will send the other
j $3 Wednesday."
NEW HOUSE DOTS
Of PE«I ITEMS
Heavy Rains Retard Cotton Har
vest. Miss Glover Weds Mr.
Crow. Doty Breaks Leu.
Sept 24 - Due to the recent rains
farmers, are being hindered from
picking cotton and finishing pull
A very large crowd vv as present
at Sunday school Sunday. After
Sunday school. Rev Clifford Crow,
a ministerial student of Hollis high
school preached a very Interesting
A wedding of much interest to
their friends was that of Miss Laura
Glover of Hopew ell, serf ion to Mr
Audlev Crow of near New House
The ceremony was performed at
Spartanburg. S C. Sept. 14. Miss
Glover Is the adopted daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs Joe Glover while the
groom is the son oi the late Mr
Misses Loraine Holland and i
Mary C Brooks spent Sundav with
Miss Dorothy Greene.
Miss Feme Morgan spent Sunday
with Miss Kuth Walker
Rev and Mrs. Clifford Crow and
children were the Sunday dinner
guests of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Greene
Mr. and Mrs Broodton Petty had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs C C. Dalton and family.
"Mr. Leroy Doty recently had the
misfortune of getting his leg broken
He has been in the Rutherford hos
pital for some time, but has re
turned home and is doing as well
as could be expected
Mr J. P. Walker of B S. C. spent
the week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. O C Waters and
Mr and Mrs. An Jackson motored
to Caroleen Sunday afternoon to
see Mrs. J. Hugh Bailey who !<
seriously ill Mrs Bailey formerly
lived here Her friends are hoping
slip will soon be well.
Miss Rachel. Mr. Ben lr . and
Walter Jenkins, spent Sunday nig'u
with their grand mother. Mrs Wal
ter Lattimorp of Polkvtlle
Misses Ostine and Luna Whitaker
and Mr. L E Greene motored to
the Rutherford hospital Sunday to
see friends there.
Mr Bert Jackson of Lee's Chapel
.community is visiting his brother
Mr W E. Jackson.
| Teachers' meeting Is being held
; each Wednesday night at th*
Star Advertising Pays
EVANGELIST ROSS I'AI MER
1,EAVES FOR CALIFORNIA
Evangelist Ross R Palmer who
has been making headquarters in
Cherryville leaves Ort. 1st lor Ten
nessee to visit his brother Walter
and sister Gertie and alter a visit
with them he goes to California
Mr Ross is a holiness preacher ot
Why He Became III.
\ railroad man was reariv to
make his usual run His wife in
structed him to gel her some 'tur
key eggs to set In passing through
a small town a dirty country lad
approached the engineer and asked
him. "Don’t you want to buy some
buzzard eggs?" .
Seeing an opportunity to play a
joke upon his wife, he gave the fad
a nickel for them. About, a month
later he asked his wife:
"How ate your turkeys getting
a long f '
Oh. I decided it w as get I mg too
late for turkeys, so 1 put them In
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Scott Wright, de
ceased, notice is hereby given to all
parties holding claims agninst said
estate to present them properly
proven to the undersigned on or be
fore the 13th day of September,
1930. or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of any right to recover I hem
on AH persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
pavment to the undersigned
This the 12th day of September,
K, L. HOYLE. Administrator
of Scott Wright s Estate.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
North Carolina, Cleveland County
In the Superior Court
James Thomas Hamrick. Plainttlf
Dora Randall Hamrick, Defendant
The defendant herein, Dora Ran
dall Hamrick, will take notice that
an action, styled as above, has been
commenced in the superior court >',f
Cleveland county, N, C., of which
Shelby is the county seat, wherein
plaintiff prays Judgment for absol
ute divorce on the ground of more
than five years separation, under
the statutes: and the said defend
ant will take notice that she is re
quired to appear at the court house
in said city, county and state, and
at the of fire of the clerk of the su
perior court therein, on or before
the It day of October, 1929, and
answer or demur to the complaint
filed herein, or plaintiff will apply
at, term for the relief demanded in
said complaint. This 5th September.
A M HAMRICK
Clerk Superior Court.
W. B. Beam. Atty. for plaintiff. 4t 5c
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND
WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT.
North Carolina. Cleveland County.
In the Superior Court
It. E. Campbell, Plaintiff,
t D H. Dellinger and Nonnie Dellin
The defendants in the above-en
titled action will take notice that
on thr 18th day of September. 1929,
a summons in said action was Is
sued against defendants by A M
Hamrick. clerk superior court,
Cleveland county, N C, plaintiff
claiming a balance dur of $390 00
on notes daded September 8, 1926,
and interest in the amount of
$19600 on said notes, which sum
mons is returnable before the elerk
of superior court for Cleveland
county, N. C. The defendants will
also take notice that a warrant ef
attachment has been issued by said
clerk of superior court on the 18 h
day of September. 1929. against the
property of said defendants, which
warrant is returnable to the super
ior court for Cleveland county, on
October 28, 1929, when and where
the defendants are required to ap
pear and answer or demur to the
complaint, or the relict demanded
will be granted
This the 18th dnv of September,
A M HAMRICK Clerk Su
Newton A- Newton. Attvs
Having: qualified as Hdmint.stra
irix ol the e.state of W. R Poston,;
deceased, late of Cleveland county.1
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the under,signed adminis
tratrix on or before the 20th day of
September, 19,10, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will make immediate payment to
This 15th day of Sept 1929
MRS F F. POSTON, Admin
j C B MeBrayer, Atty.
Having qualified as admlnistra
tors-with-the-will-annexed of the
estate of J. L Parker, deceased, late
of Cleveland county, N. C, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the e.state of said deceased
to exhhibit them to the undersigned
at, Shelby. N C’. pn or before the
10th day of September. 1930, or tins
notice will be pleaded In bar of
their recovery. All persons Indebted
to said e.state will please make im
This the 10th day of September,
nexed of J. L. Parker, deceased.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Scaled bids will be received by
the board of aldermen ot the city of
Shelby at the mayor’s office in
Shelby, N. C, until 13 o’clock, noon
on the Mh day ot October, 193!) for
the purchase of $40,000 water bond'
of said city, dated September 1
1939 and payable $1 000 annually
September 1, 1933 to 1941 incluslvt
and $3,000 annually September 1
1942 to 1958 inclusive, both princi
pal and semi-annual Interest pay
able in gold at Chase Natlonn’
bank, New York City, N. Y. Bidder:
are invited to name the,rate of in
terest in their bids in multiples o!
one quarter of 1 tier cent, must not
exceed six per cent, and as be
tween bidders naming the same rate
of interest (lie amount, of premium
will determine the award The city
will furnish bonds and opinion of
Messrs Storey, 'Thorndike. Palmer
and Dodge. Atty’.s of Boston, Mass.
Bonds will be sold upon sealed bids
with no auction.
Bidders must present with their
bids a certified check upon an in
corporated bank or trust company
unconditionally payable to the order
of 1 hr City for 3 per cent of the face
value of the bonds bid for (o secure
the city against any loss from fail
ure of the bidder to comply, wi'h
the terms of his bid. The right is
reserved to reject alt bids
ti F. LIGON, City Clerk
NOTICE OE SALE.
Sealed bids will br received bv
I ho hoard 01 aldermen of tho city of
Shelby at the mayor's office in
Shelby N C. until 12 o'clock noon
on the 5th day of October. 1929 for
t he purchase of Soft 000 school bonds
of the Shelby special charter school
district number thirty-three, dated
September 1. 1029 and payable
$2,000 annually September 1, 1932
to 1951 inclusive and $3,000 annual
ly September 1. 1952 to 1957 in
clusive, both principal and seml
ananial interest payable in gold at
Chase National bank. New York
City, N Y Bidders are invited to
name the rate of interest in their
bids in multiples t one quarter of
1 per rent, must not exceed six per
cent, and as between bidders nam
ing the same rate of interest the
amount of premium will determine
the award The cltv will furnish the
bonds and opinion of Messrs,
Storey, Thorndike. Palmer and
Dodge. Attys. Boston. Mass Bonds
will be sold upon sealed bids with
Bidders must, present with their
bids a certified check upon an in
corporated bank or trust company
unconditionally payable to the or
der of the city for 2 percent of the
face value of bonds bid for to se
cure the district against any los;
from failure of the bidder to com
ply with the terms of his bid Th<
right, is reserved to reject all bids.
L. E LIGON, City Clerk.
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ta » Prescription (or
Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue,
Bilious Fever and Malaria.
it is th* most speed; remedy known
A Well Baby la A Happy Baby
Dr. Thornton'* Ea*y leather
la used to destroy tha germ*
that cause stomach and bowel
dlsea*ea of teething babies and
| older children. It acta on tha
Liver, Kidneys, etc., ridding the
blood and system of Impurities.
Pleasant to take as loaf sugar.
Contains no opiates.
Sold by druggists or tent direct
EAST TEETHE It MEDICINE
CO, Westminster, f. C.
Carolina vs Georgia Tech
Friday, October llth.
Yale vs Georgia
Saturday, October 12th.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
Very low railroad rates—
$10.06 Shelby to Atlanta
and return with slop off at
Athens to see Yale-Georgia
Do not miss these two
wonderful football games,
Carolina vs Georgia Tech at
Atlanta 2:00 P. M. C T.
Yale vs Georgia at Athens
2:00 P. M. E T
Seaboard dining cars will
be parked at Athens serv
ing all meals. You will be
away from home only two
davs, Friday and Saturday,
Oct. llth and 12th. The
Seaboard is the only road
having Atlanta and Athens
on its main line. Make your
pullman reservations with
any Seaboard Agent, or call
JOHN T. WEST, D. P. A.,
Raleigh, N. C.
DR. GEORGE OATS PROPERTY
OCT. 4th 1:30 and 2 P. M. Q
GROVER, N. C.
FIRST:—AT 1:30 P. M. WE WILL SELL THE NICE TWO STORY RESIDENCE, WITH LARGE LOT LOCATED ON RAILROAD AVENUE. ALSO WE WILL
SELL ONE NICE VACANT LOT, LOCATED JUST ACROSS STREET FROM THE RESIDENCE AT THIS HOUR. REMEMBER THIS IS SOME OF
THE BEST PROPERTY IN THE TOWN OF GROVER AND YOU BUY AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
SECOND:—AT 2:00 P. M. WE WILL SELL AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION THE DR. OATES FARM CONTAINING 120 ACRES, LOCATED JUST OFF THE
GROVER-KINGS MOUNTAIN ROAD, AND IS KNOWN AS THE SHEPPARD AND MOSS LANDS; THIS IS FERTILE LAND AND LAYS LEVEL, AND HAS
TWO GOOD HOUSES, ALMOST IN THE HEART OF GROVER, N. C. THIS FARM HAS BEEN SUB-DIVIDED INTO THREE TRACTS, AND IN A WAY
THAT WE THINK WILL PLEASE THE MOST EXACTING BUYER. LOOK THIS FARM OVER BEFORE THE SALE, AND MAKE YOUR PLANS TO BE
THERE. REMEMBER THIS PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR.
C OME TO THE SALE
YOUR PRICE IS OUR PRICE
.FREE $25.00 IN GOLD ...
LIVE WIRE BRASS BAND..EASY TERMS
It Will Pay You In Big Dollars To Be At This Sale
jj J. B. NOLAN CO INC., Shelby, N. C.