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    Society Debate At
Boiling Springs
Two Literary Societies Will Debate
Question of Labor Entering
Politics.
(Special to The Star.)
The anniversary program of the
Athenlan-Rhamseur literary socie
ties of Boiling Springs. Junior col
lege will be presented (n the college
auditorium Saturday evening, Feb-j
tvary 21, at 7:30 o’clock.
The following program has been i
arranged. Musical reading—Mar
garet Stockton; recitation by Mary
Belle Kendrick; vocal solo by Madge
Bpurllng; debate: Resolved That
Labor Should Enter Politics .as
Separate Party. Affirmative: Zac
Robinson and L. £• Dhlpes; nega
tive: Jesse Cooley find Tliomns
Long; female sextet.
Hubert Huggins will preside aver
the program and BUiu; Odum will
serve as secretary.
IHstl A Conspiracy.
Her Papa—Don't think for a min
ute you're going to marry my daugh
ter.
Her Caller-Fine—you got me out
oi this met® and I’m your friend for i
life:
All Could Do To |
Turn Self In Bed
"Both my husband and I got i
wonderful 'relief from Sargon, and |
we think It’s the fInert medicine we |
MRS. WIM.IK
ever saw,” recently stated Mrs. Wil
lie Williams. 1010 Stokes St., Dur
ham. \
"There was hardly t day for ix
years that 1 didn’t get up with a
dull, heavy headache. 1 slept miser
ably and had such terrible pains In
my side that it was all I could do
to turn myself in bed My stomach
was out of order and I had indiges
tion and heartburn.
“It was a different story when I
started Saigon. The Stomach trou
ble, headaches and pains have en~]
tlrcly disappeared; 1 deep fine and j
feel brimful of new strength.
“I also took the Sargon Pills for j
constipation and nevor expect to be
without these wonderful medicines
again.”
Sold in Shelby by Cleveland Drug
Co., and in Kings Mountain by the
Summers Drug Co. adv.
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Wake Forest College Turns Out Thirteen College
Presidents, Twelve Of Whom Are Shown Below
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Twelve? of the intern.Wake For
est college alumni who at present
are college presidents. They are.
reading from upper left: O. \V.
Vales, Bethel college (Kv,); R. L,
Moore, .Mars Hill; J. A. Campbell,
Campbell; E. \V, Sikes, Cletnson;
Carlyle Campbell, Cokttr; W. L, Po
jteirt, (president-emeritus!. Wake
i Forest; T V. K itch in, Wake Forest;
H. T. Hunter, Western Carolina
•Teachers college; 0. E, Brewer,
Meredith. W. D, Edwards, Chowan
Coy Muckle, Wingate; Spright t>o\v
cil. Mercer.
Three others whose pictures do
not appear fire: 1). U. Dougherty,
Appalachian State Normal; , C. T.
Ball, Eastern University i Philadel
phia ); T. J. Simmons. Brennu col
lege (Georgia.)
All told Wake Forest lues turned
out 36 collage, presidents.
Build New Bridge
Near Double Shoal
Pretty Wooded Site 011 Property a I
One Time Owned by Governor
Gardner's Father.
Double Shoals, Feb. 19.—A lir,
ciotvd was' present at both Stine’.”.\
schools last Sunday.
The regular monthly service will
be held at the Baptist church this
Saturday and Sunday Conference
Saturday at 3 o'clock. Sunday school
on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Preaching at 3 o'cloc.t. Everybody Is
invited to attend.
The county commissioners are
having a bridge built this wees: at
the old Gardner place. one mile
north of Double Shoals. It"is. said
that Governor O. Max Gardner's
father once owned this property
Later on it was owned by .Jim
Weaver. It is now owned by Mr.
Carl M, Spangler, von of A. D.
Spangler, A natural rock shoal With
Beautiful scenery tliat very lew peo
ple know about is to lx- seen at Uui;
place. The bridge will mean much
:o the surrounding community.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spangler of
Shelby visited Mr. and Mrs. C. ft.
Spangler last Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cornwell
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Spangler
Mr. and Mrs. Eub ,t Spangler
have moved out to house keeping
to the Laughlin farm who now live
near York, 8. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutnr.iie Spangler
and little daughter. Mr and Mrs.
Clyde Spangler and children of
Shelby and Mr. and Mrs. Yates
Crooks of Latttmore rpant Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Spangler.
Little Miss Dorothy Spangler,
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Carl
Spangler have been sick with flu
rnd cold but are much better now.
E, D, Bridges of Lawndale and J.
VV Costner made a ousiness trip 10
Hickory on Monday.
rutiung Jiwrel roiatoes.
Approximately 400 acres of sweet
potatoes will be planted In Hoke
county this season to be marketed
cooperatively from curing houses .
NOTICK Of SIMMONS
North Carotins. Cleveland Count'
In the Superior Court
Virginia C. Wells. Plaintiff
vs.
Alvin- Wells. Defendant
The defendant Alvin Well* will take no.
Uce that an action, ns above styled, has
been commenced in the .superior court of
Cleveland count v, or which Shelby is the
county **tu, wherein the plaintiff pith
flotu for »n absolute divorce from the de
fendant named, on statutory grounds; and
said Alvin Wells, defendant, will take
notice that he Is required to appear at the
court house in said city, county and state,
and at the office of the clerk, of superior
court thereof on. or before tht 20th day of
' A*ftD answer or demur to
| the pe ition he rein,or that the plaintiff will
|anp*v at term time for the renef demand
n^Kald-,^tLtlon and complaint Thi.v
120th day of FefcruarVv lO Ji
A, M HAMRICK. Clerk. Superior
. Court. -
|.W....S: Ream Attorn*:* for Plaint.iff '
Oak Grove News
Of Current Week
Mr. And Mrs'. Bell More Into New
Home. Champion Child Suf
fering With Head.
(Special to The Star.)
1 Oak Grove, Eeb. 19.—Regular
‘ preaching; service was held at Oak
! Grove Sunday afternoon at 2
i o'clock. The pastor, Dr. Black, de
livered a very Inspiring sermon.
Little Robert Lovelace, son of Mr.
Osh y Lovelace is improving after a
8o#ous illness.
Mr. Joe Canipe of Old Fort spent
the week-end with his cousin, Mr.
A. LI Devenney.
Mr. and Mrs W. If. Ware and
children and Mrs. T. M. Ware pent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob
bie (,0‘cn of Bessemer City.
Mr». It. T. Wright and daughter
snerii the day Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. C'.cophas Ledford.
Mrs. Junto Moore, Mrs. R V. Ross
and Miss Geneva Rosa visited Mrs.
Forbes of the Beulah section Wed
nesday.
Master Junior Champion is very
sick with .serious trouble of the head.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boll of Gas
tonia were the week-end guests of
Mr. Bell's father and mother, Mr,
and Mrs. D. A. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bell have
moved into their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dayberry and
children of Shelby were Sunday aft
ernoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. j
Devenney.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P Goforth visittfl
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ware Sunday
NOTICE OK HAWK OK LAND.
Under authority conferred by deed of
trust eaecuted by JN*t H. H.u y and wile.
Brands Hocy. to the Cotnmercibl Nation*!'
Bank of High Point, North Cardinu. trus
tee. dated tlie 15th day of October. 1027 i
and recordrd In book 150 at page 17. of
the registry of Cleveland county, North
Carolina, the said trustee will at I'd.
o'clock noon on March 20ih. 1*31. at the
oouft house door of Cleveland county, in I
Shelby, North,.Carolina, sell at public auc
tion for cash, lo the highest bidder, the
following described property, situated in
the city of Shelby, cotmty of Cleveland
slate of North CafSThia, and more parti
cularly described as follows:
Situated 111 the south western Part o'
the city of Shelby, N C lying on the cast
side of Clegg street, and being all of loi
numbers 6 uild 7 und 20 feet of lot num
ber 5 In block number 2 o( the J JV SI!
vr property, which was deeded by H V
Young to J. w. Stiver, December !7lh,
1323 and recorded In book OQO. ot page
aid in tlie regular of deeds office or
Cleveland county. North Carolina, being
ahown by plat of record in the aforeaaid
office in book of Plats No. I at page <3
and more definitely described as follows.
Beginning at u stake on east edge of Cleg
street, south west corner of lot No. a
and rut* thence south 82-30 east 150 feet
to a slake south eaat corner of lot, No, *
thence south 11-30 west 10 feet to a tie
burner,. 20. feet over on lot No. 5; thence
north 82-30 west 150 feet to a new corner
in the east edge of Clegg afreet; theme
north 11-30 east 10 feet to point of be
gmuiqg.
This sale Is made on account of de
fault In the payment of the indebtediuv
seoured hy said deed of trust and la sub
iect.to all tuxes and paving assessment
ugnlnut the Said property, whether now due
or to become due. /j
This tlie 18th dev of Febma*y, 1231 1
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OKI
moll POINT H *h Print, Norm!
Carolina Local Trustee !
rNew ion A Nee toll, lint, 41 KWh Nic I
NOTICE OF FOBEC 1.08 IKE SALE
I Coder and by virtue of the power or
■Or contained in rhat certain deed or
'rust made by It. I,. Hunt ami wife, Ar.ahe
Hunt, in Carolina Mortgage Company,
truster, retarded lit book Hi nt page 47».
■ 1m office of the register of deeds of.
Cleveland county, North Carolina, default
tutting been thadc in the payment of the!
note thereby secured and the holder lucre -
or having dlroeted that the deed of trust
bt foreclosed. the undtrslghtd trustee witl
otfer lor sale at the court house door In
the city ot Shelby,. North Carolina, at 131
o'clock, noon on Wednesday the 25th day I
of March, 1931. and will sell to the high
est bidder for cash, a certain lot or par
cel of land in or near the city of Shel
by. county ot Cleveland, township number
-ix. slate of North Carolina., and more
particularly described ns follol','!.
That kit or parcel oi land situated on
the east side of. North LuFauette street, in
the town of Shelbj, N. C.. on which H. L.
Hunt now resides, known us No. KO North
Lafayette street:
Beginning on a stone, the northeast
corner of the 8. L. Udlespie lot; thence
north 3 degrees 20 minutes east 100 feet
to an iron stake; thence south 84 degrees,
30 minutes west. 20J feet to an iron stake
at the east edge of North Lafayette street:
thence south a degrees 20 minutes west i(»
feet with said street to ah iron stake, s
E. cJUlespie s corner: thence with his line
north 84 ...degrees 30 minutes casl 209 fee
lo the beginning.
The aioresanl lot ,1s bounded on the
north by the lands of If. V. Wilson; on
the south by the lands of 8. L. Gillespie;
on the east by thy lands of Clarence Mull;
and on the west by North LftFayette street
The above, described properfv being the
same land conveyed to H L. Hunt bv deed
ftom E. A, Welimon end wife, Miry a
Wrllmon, dated October 19, 1914, and filed j
for registration on the 19th day of Octo
ber, 1914. in the office of the register of
deeds for Cleveland county, North Caro
lina. recorded in book YY. pago 416.
This the 18th day of February, 1931
CAROLINA MORTGAGE COM
PANY, Trustee.
Newton & Newton, Attys. 4t Feb 20e
Try Star Want Ads.
250,000 Workers
Return To Mills
Manchester, Eng,. Feb. 17.-Be
tween 250,000 and 300 000 Lancash
ire cotton mill workers returned '
the factories today ending a strike
of nearly a month's duration.
Agreement was reached Friday
between the workers and employers
on the employers’ demand to in
stitute a more looms per weaver,
system. Although the system gave |
the workers somewhat better pay,!
they attacked it as throwing other!
men out of work.
Because of the depressed state of'
the industry It was feared that noj
more- than 50 to 60 per cent of the j
workers would find tobs today, but)
reports of revival of trade in India
gave considerable hope.
Imperial Theater Is
Burned In Charlotte
Charlotte.—The Imperial theater,
$100,000 unit of the Paramount*
Fnblic corporation, wu.r destroyed;
By fire here early today.
Flames, originating in tire office,
had not gained much headway When
firemen arrived, but soon reached
chemicals in the roof cooling sys
tem, As the roof burnt d the draft
spread the flames through the whole
interior of the bulldiny.
The fire was prevented from
spreading to other buddings by fire
walls.
The publix chain Owned all. equip
ment and the building itself was
owned by T; E. Hornby of Charlotte.
666
LIQUID or TABLETS
Cure Colds. Headaches. Fever
(i (i (> SALVE
CURES BABY’S COLD
HOSIER* HOSPITAL, Inc
(Of Charlotte N C.»
Hraneb AI
Airs. Hannon's Hemstitching
Shop
(tender l'hoepl»t<! Shop)
Uostery and Knitted Good* Neatlj
RepairpA
All Hose Must P»« Laundered.
Mrs, Cora Moshier, of
601 North New Orleans
Ave., Brinkley, Ark., writes:
"I was so constipated
until I was just sick. I
could not stand to take
strong medicine, so I de
cided I would take Black
Draught, and 1 found it to
be all right
"I would have such dizzy
spells, and such bursting
headaches, until I could -
hardly go. But after tak
ing a few doses of Black
Draught I would feel just
fine. It is a good medi
cine, and I recommend it
to all who suffer as I did.
It is very easy to recom
mend a medicine that has
done as much for me as
Black-Draught has done.”
THEDFOUB’S
For CONSTIPATION
INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS
i_—_Kx-i".<aBi
[Women who
tana Oahdvi.
neeJ a tonic should)
y
Uawl ovar 60 yaara
REE! BIG PLANT CflTALO
Plants Beautify Your Home—
L
This Ls the planting season. Plant tone*,
*hnihs, evergreens. Big free plant cat
alog will help you plan groupings.
Thousands of sturdy, healthy plants to
«*Kooso from. Make your home a garden
■pot. Write TODAY for catalog.
FRUTTIJVND NURSERIES
DESK V-l P. O. DRAWER 91«
AUGUSTA, GA.
Build With Brick
DELIVERIES FROM PLANT TO JOB
When in need of FACE OR COMMON BRICK write us,
or phone 75m, Mt. Holly, N. C. With our fleet of trucks,
we can make quick deliveries to jobs, saving fre%ht and
double handling, thereby putting brick to jobs in much
better condition.
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
SEE
KENDRICK BRICK & TILE CO.
MOUNT HOLLY. N. C.
Scout Committee
Organizes Here;
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Mayor Me Murry Is Honor Chairman
With Everett Houser Executive
Chairman For 1931.
The Shelby scout committee met
at the Hotel Charles Monday even
ing lor the purpose of reorganising |
the work for 1931
Mayor S. A. McMurry was .present
and expressed himself as being
pleased to accept tue Honorary,
chairmanship of the work for the |
year. Mr. F.verette Houser will' be ’
executive chairman for the local
committee. He is entering into the
work in a whole-hearted sort of
manner and promises to make an
exceptionally fine leader. The other
committeemen are as follows:
Deputy commissioner, Rev. H. N.
McDiarmid; finance, J. S. Mc
Knight, Earl Hamrick; court of
honor, Joe Whfsnant: troop organ
ization, T. B. Falls: publicity, Lind
say Dail; leadership training H.
Clay Cox, J. (J. rrupjsw uuv
ice,’ Lee B. Weathers, Ed Post,
camping. J. I'\ Jens ins; church re
lations, Rev. L. B. Hayes: school re
lations, J. H. Grigg; reading, W. E
Abernethy; health and safety, Dr
rom Mitchell; scoutmasters, Hug 1
Arrowood.
The following men are commit
teemen at large; Paul Webb, L. P
Holland. Thad C. Ford. Rush Ham
rick, RevCW. R. Jenkins, John Me
Clurd, Johm-F. Schenck, jr.. M A
Spangler, Oliver Anthony, Rev. L. L.
Jessup, H. B. Miller.
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will supplied with foods to prepare ttj.a patataMe"£cntciV menus !
. .. Mtany cf the more ttjan 2.000 stores «btcb have built in Ctua'ity-Scmcc
Stores —the Souths largest Ifndepcnient feeds distributing body. arc well pre*
pared to serve you!
Srrliur Sterns
Borden's Evap.
G small cans
25c Flour
Isaac Shelby
24-lb. Bag
Snow King Baking Powder 23
Sunshine Cakes & Crackers
75c^
22c
25c
£
CLEEN- MADE ■
MACARONI - 2 Pkgs.. 15c I
SPAGHETTI OR NOODLES!
BORDEN’S EAGLE BRAND
MILK — Can . . . .... . 18c
MORTON’S IODIZED
SALT — Package .. . . ...9c
“WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS”
SUN DRIED
APPLES - 2 Pounds ........ . 25c
SYRUP
PEACHES - 2 No. 2\ Cans.35c
For Quality — BREAD & CAKES — Just Say
— BECKER’S OR BOST’S —
PILLSBURY’S PANCAKE
FLOUR ...;. . 14c
PeopL? who know j,rood pancakes say Pillsbury's
make the best.
F. F. V. CAKES & CRACKERS
OVEN FRESH! FLAVORY! THEY’RE PINE!
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ALL Q. S. STORES FEATURE
CAROLINA MADE FLOUR
CAROLINA’S FINEST
HAYA-REXA
CIGARS - 6 for.25c
LUCKY STRIKE
CIGARETTES — 2 Large Pkgs .. 25c
TEXAS GREEN
CABBAGE
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Pound.4c
JUMBO BLEACHED
CELERY
Stalk ....... 10
. IRISH
POTATOES
, 10 lb*.29c
FANCY
PRUNES
2 lb. pkg. 23c
LIMA OR BUTTER
BEANS
3 lbs. ..25c
SALT
MEAT
Pound . 10c
PORK
SAUSAGE
Pound . 20c
P. & G. LAUNDRY SOAP - 6 Cake. .23c
"White Soap Makes White Clothes Whiter”
PALMOLIVE SOAP
Famous French Beauty Specialists
Advise This Soap of Palm and
Olive Oils.
3 Cakes
23c
OCTAGON SOAP
ANSWERS ALL WASHDAY
PROBLEMS!
2 Large Cakes .
15c
GRANDMA’S WASHING POWDER - 7 Pgk,.23c
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