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TELL THEM YOU SAW IT IN THE STAR!
Mr. B. F. Jones of Georgia -spent
a few days in the village last week
the guest of his family.
Mr. Jammie Whtstnant of Rock
Hill, S. C„ visited relatives here the
Mr. Anthony Lavendar and grand
daughter, Miss Jessie Borders, went
up for the picture A1 Jolson at the
Webb Theater Friday evening.
Mrs. McOee and tw-o children of
Rock Hill, S. Q. are the guests of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Thelma Earl a sales lady at
Eflrds department store has been
at the bedside of her father for the
past two weeks. Mr. Earl is able to
be up but has not been out on the
streets as yet.
Those going to Charlotte shop
ping last week were Mrs. B. F.
Jones and daughter, Mrs. R, L.
Nichols, Mrs. W. F. Bettis, Mes
t’ames George Washburn, Eugene
White of Columbia and Misses Bet
Card Of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and
sympathy shown us during the sick
ness and death of our husband and
father. Mr. A. H. Cline.
Mrs. A. H. Cline and Children.
STRONG AT 48
Hanes (N. C.) Cabinet
Maker Says He Is Able To
Go Hunting Or Anywhere
.„He So Djcsires; Feels Fine
All The Time; Praises
Millers’ Herb Extract.
"Your Herb Extract remedy is the
only medicine I ever could find that
would act proprely on my bov/e’s.
It is the greatest laxative known to
me. I firmly believe there’s none
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equal cam be found on the market
today. SUrely such a wonderful lax
ative, tonic and system regulator
has my hearty indorsement," said
Mr. J. B. Sikes, expert cabinet
maker, 137 Second Street, Hanes,
N. C., who is always telling nls
* Mr. J. B. SIKES
friends about Miller's Herb Extract,
commonly known as "Herb Juice."
"I am 84 years of age. have used
most everything cn the market that
was recommended for such ills and
ailments as I had. but I am fni.k
to admit that no medicine I ever
used before would half-way compare
with Miller’s Herb Extract, called
‘Herb Juice.’ For about ten years
past I’ve been in poor health. I
suffered dreadfully bad at times
with rheumatic pains in my shoul
ders and at times every joint in my
body would ache and cause me
great pain. I was a victim of chronic
constipation for years, stomach up
set so bad that I suffered terribly
bad with gas and indigestion. Every
meal was a dread for months be
cause everything I ate would hurt
me. a fullness and chocking sensa
tion seemed to grip me and warp me
about in such a manner that I
could hardly breathe at all. Bowels
svere very irregular, liver and kid
neys all out of order. I would have
to get up many times during the
night, due to excessive kidney ac
tion. But at my age, 84. months
ago, I heard of and started using
Miller’s Herb Extract. This remark
able remedy has banished all my
aches and pains. I am once more
free from all that suffering and mis
ery. My general health today is
very good, in fact, better than it
has been in ten years. I fully be
lieve that the Herb Extract remedy
has prolonged my life, for I doubt
if I would be here today had I not
used it when I did I am now able
to go out hunting with the boys; go
anywhere I please—this I could not
do a few months ago. Herb Extract
or Herb Juice has restored me <o
health, and I am mighty glad to
tell anyone about it. I will answer
any inquiries about this medicine.
My wife takes it and she thinks it
^ the best medicine in the world.
We heartily recommend it to all suf
ferers. It will do the work ”
Sold and recommended by Paul
Webb & Son. Shelby, N. C„ and
leading druggist everywhere.
Short Skirts Show
Too Much Says Mary
Garden Of Fashions
Chicago.—Women. In the
opinion of Mary Garden, are
not the charmers they used to
be. Short skirts are one reason.
Talking to newspapermen on
her return from Europe to re
join the Chicago Civic Opera,
I hr singer declared that short
skirts may be the smartest
thing modernists have discov
ered, but "they’ve robbed wom
an of her most fascinating attri
The great charmers of yester
day are no more, Miss Garden
asserted, adding that women
"who have a penchant for
wanting their cake and eating it
arc getting dumber as they grow
The new freedom and the
whole modem trend, she avow
ed is a hoax.
“Women enjoy this freedom."
she concluded, "and I wouldn't
be anything but a modern wom
an myself, but the modern
woman has ceased to be wh it
every woman craves to be to
man—his eternal charmer."
Mr. Crocker Sick;
Grover New* Items
Grover Baptist Church To Have
Homecoming In December.
(Special to The Star.)
Grover.— Mr. Logan Crocker
who has been making his home with
his daughter, Rev R. C. Tate for
the past few years was taken with
a severe spell of something like the
"flu” last Friday and gradually
grew worse until Sunday he was
carried to the Shelby hospital Sun
day and the last report we had was
that he was a very sick man.
Small hope Is held for his recovery.
This will be sad news for his marly
friends in and around Grover.
Mrs. W. T. Poteet, who moved into
this community about a year ngo
from Gastonia, died at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Dave Griggs,
Sunday afternoon. She will be bu
ied this afternoon in Gastonia. Fu
neral services conducted by the Rev.
\V. E. Furcron, pastor of the Grover
Paptist church. Mrs. Poteet leaves a
husband and a large circle of chil
dren and grandchildren to mourn
Smith Robbins, a highly respect
ed colored man, who was a tenant
on the farm of Mr. Lester Herndon,
cued at his home Saturday morning,
age 56 years. He was carried to a
church cemetery near Lockhart, S.
C. for burial Sunday afternoon.
Quite a large crowd went from here
to the funeral.
The Grover Baptist church will
have a home coming day the fust
Sunday in December. The commit
tee on arrangements are busy new
on the program for that day end
Invitations are being sent out to all
former pastors and friends to be
with us. One of the things of inter
est will be a dinner served on the
church grounds. A full program will
be published later.
Mr. Laxton Hamrick says that he
is taking his daily dozen now at
ldght and we suspect it is because
cf little Miss Sallie Joe, who came
to make her home with them on
October 27. Prof. Hamrick is one of
the teachers in Grover high school
sr.d his grade, the seventh, have all
been over to call on Sallie Joe.
Miss Marie Roberts of Patterson
Springs is boarding with Mrs. P. B.
Crocker and attending high senool
Mrs. T. P. Brannon had as guests
for the week-end two of her sisters,
Mrs. J. P. Walker of Buffalo. S. C.,
end Mrs. J. F. Ledford of Gaffney.
S C. and one daughter, Mrs. J. W
Ervin and children of Gaffney
Dr. G. O. Moss of Cliffslde was a
dinner guests Sunday with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moss.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner of
Shelby attended services at the Gro
ver Baptist church Sunday morning
8nd were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Moss.
Mrs. C. L. Johnson of Charlotte
spent last week with her mother
Mrs. F. A. Moss.
There has been ginned in this sec
tion to date 2,212 bales of cotton
and the fields are still white in
many places. The farmers are hav
ing a hard time on account of the
rainy weather to gather their croos
Miss Margaret Hamrick who is
attending Mars Hill college this fall
spent the week-end with her mother
Mrs. L. C. Hamrick.
• Messrs. Burris and Kermit Keet
ev of Shelby spent Sunday here
with their parents, Mr and 'Mrs. T.
T* Liceiue Farmers.
From The Columbia State.
Now, really is that not a Joke’
It might be feasible in Uptopia,
where ever that is, but not in
America. Yet it is proposed by that
great expert who supposedly guides
many men in their financial opera
tions, Roger W. Babson. the statis
He says that therein lies the only
hope of retaining farmers as a jlass,
they should be licensed according to
their training and record and the
demand fo? farm products.
Doubtless many of the farmers
would welcome some such method if
it would mean that jobs would be
provided for th< j who could not
secure a license
(Special to Tile Start
Mrs. D, C. Beam has returned
from- a three weeks visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. D. C. DcCamp, of Gaff
ney, S. C.
Misses Nejlic Stanley ancf Eloise
Royster spent the week end with
Miss Mary Pegram of Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spur ling of
Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Ware of Kings Mountain and Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Willis and father,
Mr. Willis visited Mr. and Mrs. P.
O. Ross Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hoyle and
children and Mr. A. B. Hoyle visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hoyle of
Mrs. Claud Stamey and little
son, Charles, spent the week end
with Mrs. Stamey's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Cornwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jenkins of
near Lattimore spent Friday night
with Mrs. Jenkin’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. O. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lackey visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morris Sun
Mr. Elvin Barnette of Beams
Mill visited Miss Laura Ross Sun
Miss Reah Lattimore spent the
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Lattimore of near Polk
Mr. Claud Stamey and son,
George, have returned from a few
days trip to Tennessee.
Rev. G. P. Abernethy was the
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Allen and
mother, Mrs. Ida Allen of Shelby,
were the dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Sweezy Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Cline and Master
Everett Jr. Spurling have recovered
after having their tonsils removed.
Misses Minnie Royster and Min
nie Katherine Allen visited Miss
Martha Sue Royster Sunday even
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pearson and
children of Gastonia visited Mrs.
Kate Edwards Sunday evening.
Mr. Jasper Green of Lattimore
was a Fallston visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Kate Edwards and family
visited Mrs. Irene Ingle of Lincoln
Mr. Talmadge Williams of Ohio
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Phoebe Beam was the din
ner guest of Mrs. Lon Royster Sun
Mr. Lester Edwards Is spending
this week with his sister, Mrs. L.
F. Pearson of Gastonia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Beam of
Mooresville spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Stroup.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hoyle visited
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoyle Sunday.
Miss Eloise Royster spent Sunday
night with Miss Nellie Stamey.
Washes, Carries Coal,
Woman Gains 18 Lbs,
"I wash, iron and carry coal and
don't get tired since taking Vinoi.
Also, I have gained 18 pounds.’”—
Mrs. S. Cortese.
Vinoi is a delicious compound ot
cod liver peptone, iron, etc. Nerv
ous, easily tired, anemic people are
surprised how Vinoi gives new pep,
sound sleep and a BIG appetite.
The very FIRST bottle often adds
several pounds weight to thin
children or adults. Quinn's Drug
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Johannah Bur
chett, late of Cleveland county, N.
C., this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the said estate
to present the same to me properly
proven on or before the 12th day
of November 1930 or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of recovery
thereof. All persons owing the said
estate will please make immediate
settlement to the undersigned. This
November 12, 1929.
J. L. BUTTLE. Administrator,
Estate of Johannah Burchett,
IN JM. FIELD
Relies Upon Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound
Rankin, Illinois.—"T took Lydia ;
E. Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound as
* tonic Delore
»nd niter my
drat child tree
bom aix year*
•go. Then "when
my eecond child
came and I felt
weal and ran- ;
down, I took it
•gain. I am etill
taking it and I
am feeling bet
ter. My mother
need it for her
mii wnin i wm ana »iwnvs
r>t good remit*. She still takes it.
do all kinds of heavy work, includ
ing my housework end I alto help in .!
the Held. I recommend the Vegetable
Compound «nd T am willing to an
»wer any letters.” - Man. Sb Obe.\- ,
l.*[»r>t Rgute rn Han 111 a. Illinmi. .
Flint Hill Section
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Blanton of
Blacksburg, S. C., visited Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Dover Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Blanton spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Miss Alma Pearson spent Sunday
with Misses Gladys, Lois, and Myr
Miss Mary Ella Dover spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jim
mie Blanton of Blacksburg.
Mr. Debro Webb spent the week
end with Mr. Gradie Blanton.
Mr. Jay Dover of Lenoir spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S, Dover.
Miss Effie Pearson visited Miss
Blanche Pearson Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Phillips visited
Miss Mary Ella Dover Sunday aft
Misses Lonicell Pearson and Irene
Hawkins spent Sunday with Miss
Mr. Claude Dover and Havlond
Blanton spent Sunday with Mr.
Miss ituby Pearson spent Sun
day with Miss Olene Hawkins.
Misses Lillie and Sisie Blanton
visited Miss Pearl Scruggs Sunday
Mr. Lee Dover of Shelby visited
his brother Mr. R. S. Dover Sunday
Mrs. John Harrill of the Sharon
community visited her son Mr. N.
L. Harrill Sunday.
By virtue of the power of sale
contained in a deed of trust execut
ed by Ralph T. Mauney and wife,
to me as trustee, on October 7, 192G
recorded in book 140 of deeds of
trust, page 201, securing an indebt
edness to the Shelby Building and
Loan association, and default hav
ing been made in the payment
thereof, I, as trustee, will sell for
cash to the highest bidder at pub'ic
auction at the court house door in
the town of Shelby, N. C„ on
Monday, November 25, 1929.
at 12 o’clock M, the following des
cribed real estate:
Situate in No. 6 township, Cleve
land county, N. C.. and being a part
of the M. L. Borders property, and
designated as lot No. 4 on the plat
of the property of the Cyclone Auc
tion Co., as recorded in book one of
plats, page 72, said lot being locat
ed on the west side of Peach street
and east side of First street, and
fully described in a deed from E. A,
Houser and wife to Ralph T. Mau
ney, dated February 11, 1926.
This October 22, 1929.
CLYDE R. HOEY, Trustee.
Try Star Wants Ads.
By virtue of the power of sale
contained In deeds of trust, Dealing
date April 3, 1923, and December
12, 1923, executed by G. C. Ham
rick and wife, to me as trustee, se
curing an indebtedness to the Shel
by B, & L. association, said deeds
of trust being recorded in book 125,
page 159, and book 126, page 121
respectively, in the register's office
of Cleveland county, N. C., and de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of said indebtedness, I, ss
trustee, will sell for cash to the
highest bidder at public auction at
the court house door in the Town
of Shelby, N. C., on—
Saturday, December 7, 1929,
at 12 o’clock M., the following de
scribed real estate:
Situated in the Town of Snelby,
K C., and being that lot deeded
Sunie Mae Hamrick by W. C, Wnii
r.&nt and wife, by deed dated March
22, 1923, by deed recorded ’n bock
“KKK” of deeds, page 586, of the
register’s office of Cleveland coun
ty. N. C., reference to which deed
is hereby made for full description
of said property by metes end
This November 4, 1929.
CLYDE R. HOEY, Trusts.
This is to notify all creditors of
E. H. Johnson, operating as Home
Provision company, that the said E.
H. Johnson did, on the 19th day of
Oct., 1929, execute and deliver a
deed of assignment for the benefit
of his creditors; and further that
E. B. Hopper has been appointed
trustee to execute the provisions of1
said deed of assignment, and has
in his possession for the purpose of
sale the following chattels: viz: All
the stock of Groceries, market fix
tures and etc., located at the place
of business of the Home Provision
company, and also one Ford delivery
All those indebted to the above
said E. H. Johnson will please see
the undersigned trustee and make
immediate settlement. All persons
holding claims against the said E.
H. Johnson will please present their
claims properly proven to the un
dersigned at once.
E. B. HOPPER, Trustee. 4t-pc
Having qualified as administr.i
tor of the estates of J. D. Hicks an;
Jane Hicks, deceased, late of Clave
land county, North Carolina, this
to notify ali persons having claim
a—'nst the estates of said decea..
to exhibit them to the undersiy:c<
at Shelby, N. C., on or before t!'
6th day of November, 1930, or t,*..
notice *. * be pleaded in bar of th.
recovery. All persons indebted t
said estates win please make ini
mediate payment. This Novemb.
PRANK L. HOYLE, Administiv
tor of J. D. Kicks and Ja:<
NOTICE or SALE.
Under and by virtue of the pom
of sale contained In a certain m.'ri
sage deed dated the 33rd day c
February, 1928, and executed by i
Y. Green to Mrs. Oris Martin as
purchase price mortgage as shov. •
in book number 139, at page 183 o
registry of deeds for Clevelar.
county, which mortgage was gb'c-s
to secure certain indebtedness en
default having been made in tlv
payment of indebtedness there!
secured, the undersigned mortgag;
will on the 27th day of Novemb?;
1929, at about 12 o’clock a. m. oife
said land for sale to the high?
bidder for cash at the court hou
door at Shelby, North Carolir.
which land is described as fntiows
Lying and being in number
township, Cleveland county, Nori
Carolina, beginning at an iron pi
at the North margin of nighw-i
No. 20, 100 feet west of a new strer
and runs N. 39 feet E. 140 feet to
iron pin; thence N. 49 feet W. (>
feet to an iron pin; thence S. 3
feet W. 140 feet to an iron pin i
the north margin of highway No
20; thence with north mr.rgin <
said highway S. 49 feet E. 80 feet r
the beginning. Containing C41'
square feet. The same being lot No
5 in block A.
This is a second mortgage to op
held by the Federal Mortgage com
pany of Asheville, N. C. Sale is sub
Jeet to this mortgage.
This 28th day of October, 1929.
MRS. ORIS MARTIN, Mortgage!
J. Lee Lavendar, Attorney.
THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE
OP PHILADELPHIA, PA.
OTTO V. HAMRICK
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR CLEVELAND
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