AiMftt Nth Tit ATOM n no I Hr.
waving this th*y qualified a« atiminrs
fra ter ot the* estate at Edes*ie MdSwaii.
(ate ol Cleveland county. Worth Carohiu.
this la to notify ail person** having claim
•gainst the said etftale to present then
to me properly proven on or beiore th»
2fth day of February, 1033, or this noth*
•111 be pleaded In oar of any recoven
thereof All person* owing the said estah
frill please make Immediate settlement t'
the undersigned This FVb 36th. 1031
THUfWBTON McSWAlN. R-l Blacks
burg. 8. C, administrator of Bdesa«
McSwaln fit F 27i
► ADMINISTRATORS- NOTICE.
Having qualified as the administrator
of the estate of Mrs L C P Hamrick
deceased. late of Cleveland county. NorU
Carolina this is to notify all person
having claims against the estate of sum
deceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at Shelby. N. C. on or before tn«
27th day of February. 1933. or this nolle#
will be pleaded in bar of their recovery
AH persons Indebted to said estate wil
please make immediate payment.
This February 26th. 1031.
P O. HAMRICK and MRS F. O
WEAVER, Administrator* of tl«r
Ratate of Mr*. L C V Hamrick
Jno. P Mull. Atty fit Peb 27r
Having qualified as Administratrix of
the estate of Tom Vaughn, deceased, late
of Cleveland county. North Carolina, this'
la to notify all persons having clAtms
against the estate of the said deceased to
exhibit them, properly verified, to the
undersigned on or before February 13
1932; or this notice will be pleaded in her
©f their recovery AU person* indebted to
•aid . estate will please make Immediat*
this February 13. 1031.
JULIE VAUOIIN, Administratrix
of Tom Vaughn, deceased.
M. ft* Weather*, Atty fit Peb 13c
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"Whkn I «u just a girl
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Texas, "1 took Cardui for
cramping and pains in
my aids and back, and it
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"After 1 was married. I
(bond myself in a weak,
run-down condition. 1 suf
fered a great deal with
my back, which was so
weak it hurt me to get up
or when I would stand
on toy test. I fell off in
"A friend of mine, see
ing how bad I felt, ad
vised me to take Cardui,
which I did. By the time
I had taken two bottles, I
felt stronger and better
then I had in a long time.'*
(*faka Thedford’a Blaek-Draustit
tor Constipation. Tn4U*«»tlon,
“Jig Ben” A
(The following is the es-4v wbb
won the Selma C'. Webb medal a few
days ago. It was written by Foils
| flee Jr., one of The Star’s most cffi
j ' icnt ranter boys and son of Mr
and Mrs. fell* O. (irr of s'
Wliat a series of mingled svn.st
; ions are caused by an alarm clock
. abruptly waking a sound deeper'
j The melodious strains of a stray cat
[on a back fence may cause a most
perfect gentleman to throw a shoe,
i paperweight, qr anything w.fich is
handy, and even to use improper
language, but it is not comparable
to the clarion voice of Big Bon, bring
ing you with a snap out of .hat de
licious drowsiness which pr-cede<
the awakening. All the hopes and
ambitions Of yesterday fane and
vanish from existence with the in
termittent commands of that mod
ern Simon Legree. You are no long
er an emperor, football star, movie
quern, or even another Lindbergh;
but onlv a school boy who nrirt rise
up grudgingly face the task which
Is ahead of him.
Once, after an exceptionally hard
day at school, I was enjoying a
most delicious dream. I had Just
been elected President of the Unit
ed 8tates and was ascending the
balcony to make my Inaugural ad
dress. Because of the ullariou;
throngs below, wildly acclaiming me
I could not speak for several min
utes. When they finally qule'ed
down, I knew that now was mv
chance to make myself famous Just
as I started to speak I he aid n
strange sound, I awoke with a s’ert,
to find Big Ben caejtllng with laugh
j Again, in a World series, we the
! Yankees were leading by one run. 1
' was pitching In the ninth nn'ny
Hack. Wilson came to bat. Wlt'v 1
count of two strikes and three balk
in his favor, t threw the boll with
all my strength. I heard a terrific
crash and looked around, expecting
to see the ball waring over the
fence. But no. it was Big Ben s* air
ing his linger at me in it most ac
cusing manner. These are truly
."times that try men's souls."
| As you sullenly prepare to get tif
and go through the struggles a I .end
of you. another curt command Is i -
siied from that terrible little net
and you. now fully awake, begin
with fear to think of that .’reach
test, history quii, and what-not.
* And yet ir we stop to contemplate
we will find Big Ben to be ,1 house
hold necessity. Tf It were not Tor *hls
little helper we would be late at
school or for any other work ■Vy*
might be doing. A real friend, i* Il
lustrates the true Importance of
But, as with most of us. its. he* t
foot is seldom put foremost .'Dis
turbing our innermost ihongn’s, or
| peaceful sleep as the case may be
[.at the unearthly hour of five-thirty
in the morning, it gives us real
cause to think of it as a nuisance
or an overbearing tyrant. *•
Lying in bed with my head under
the cover, trying to drown out that
terrible bedlam, 1 have often, won
dered how a contraption made of
springs and wheels coutd cnus3 so
inuch unhappiness. In such mom >ncs
I have been sure that this old thing
was surely fashioned by the E--tl
One. especially for my benefit.
Againt rushing Into classroom
just in time, as a result of my clock'"
faithful reminder, I have blessed old
Ben, saying I knew he was the re
sult of an angel's unceasing yurt
So front time to time our opinion
of this strange little mechanism has
changed (neatly, but, in conclusion
I would like to Say, Mr iCipling’n
Light has failed and numerous
banks have tailed, but here’s to Big
Ben, the voice that never Jails,
Bible In Pocket
Saves Man’s Life
Durham.—A Bible saved the life
i of a man here. Henry Myers, negro
! wood-chop[>er, was accosted by an
unknown white man with the order
to give up his money. The negro
took $27 from his pocket vnd gave
It to the robber who walked away
a few steps then wheeled and fired
j The bullet struck Myers over the
tight breast. It did not injure him.
however, for it penetrated a new
testament which the negro carried
in Ills pocket and came to rest be
tween the life saving book and his
No trace of the robber has been
“Very well, your dog took a piece
of steak worth half a dollar about
five minutes ago."
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1 imestone Girls
Entertain At Week
End House Party
North Carolina Girls Entertain For
Visitors Emm Old North
(Special to The.Star.*
Gaffney. S. C.. Mar. '10.—The
North Carolina club of Limestone
I college, Gaffney, S. C., entertained a
| number of High school student,
from the “Old North State’’ with a
| houseparty over the week end. Sev
jrral informal parties were given for
At 6:30. Immediately after dinner
the club gave a reception In the sen
lor parlor for the visitors and a few
members of the faculty. Miss *llnm
Matjp of Belmont, president of the
club, greeted the guests at the door.
Miss Bessie Campbell of Shelby, and
Miss Virginia Broadway of Tarooro,
introduced the faculty to the guests.
Misses Gladys Hamrick, of Kings
Mountain. Ruth and Elizabeth Mc
Clain of Rutherfordton, and 'tie Me
Daniels of Cherryvtlle servod coffee
Before leaving Dr. R. C. Granoer
ry, president of the college, Miss Eu
nice Ford, dean. Mias Montague Mc
Millan, Mrs. Edna C. Hughes, Dr. L.
L. Carpenter and Mr. Lyman Link
of the faculty spoke words of wel
come to the guests. Miss Frances
White of Scotland Neck, also a
member of the faculty sang very
charmingly in her lnlmltaole mar l
Again at ten the club entertained
This was one of those affairs In
j which college girls love to Indulge.
Pillows and stools were scattered
over the floor. During the evening
peanuts and candy was passed In
The girls who enjoyed the house
party were Miss Pauline Cornwell,
of Llncolnton; Miss Hlldcgard Bar
I nes, of Mt. Holly; Miss Hazel P rn
1 don, of Kings Mountain and Misses
| Ola Lee Glasgow, Rosa Lee Moore
-and Nancy McCurry of Shelby.
New Prospect News
Of Current Week
(Special to The Star.)
New Prospect, March 10 —Mrs.
Margaret Anthony of Bethlehem
community spent from Friday until
Wednesday, with tier uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Howell,
j Miss Nellie White spent ttvr vveek
j end with relatives in Shelby
Mrs. Charlie Howell, , and Miss
1 Arete Howell of near North Brook
; school house No. i and Mrs, Roy
Jarrett of Lincotnton visited Mts
'Edgar Howell Monday, In the a'tcr
! noon the party visited relatives in
Mary’s drove section,
Misses Essie Adams. Vada Wright
and Emma Sellers spent Friday aft
ernoon with Misses Josephine rad
Annie Laura Beam of near St, Paul
Dr. and Mrs. David Morrison of
Shelby visited Mrs. Barbara Beam
Mr. and Mrs. Lcander Hamrick
! and little son, George. visPod Mr.
| and Mrs. Julius Ho-d Sunday.
Miss Novella Wright of near Mulls
I Chapel spent the week-end, with
! Miss Vada Wright,
Mr. Thurman Beam visited In
Mr and Mrs. Bonnie Wright, of
Pleasant Grove section vlshod Mrs.
Wright's parents. Mr. and Mrs, A.
B, MeSwalrt Friday.
| Mrs. Edgar Howell and sister.
' Miss Emma Sellers, spent ihursday
; afternoon with Mrs. Mack Ada.ns.
J Mr Charles Alexander spent Sun
1 day with Messrs. Charlie and Paul
Miss Vangie McSwain visited Miss
Emma Sellers Sunday.
Mr, Alonzo Origg visited .'is par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Grigs.
“Indeed," he returned smoothly,
t Then it you will give me the other
: wit, that will cover my fee."
Bursting open the door marked
! Private," the butcher confronted
| .he local lawyer.
•NOTICE or FORECLOSURE SALE
Cinder and by virtue of the power of
•ale contained In that certain deed of
-rust made by JI. L. Hunt and wife. Asulie
Hunt, to Carolina Mortgage Company,
trustee, recorded in book 141 at page 479.
.n Hie office of the register of deeds of
Cleveland county. North Carolina, default
naving been made in the payment of the
note thereby secured and the holder there
of having directed that the deed of trust
je foreclosed, the undersigned trustee will
offer for sale at the court house door in
ihe city of Shelby. North Carolina, at 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday the 25tb day
of March. 1931, and will self to the high
est bidder for cash, a certain lot or par
cel of land in or near the city of Bhel
ov, county of Cleveland, township number
six, state of North Carolina, and more
particularly described as follows.
That lot or parcel ot land situated ou
,he east side of North LaPayelte street, to
the town ot Shelby. N. C., on which H L.
Hunt now resides, known as No. 740 North
,a Payette street;
Beginning on o stone, the northeast
corner ot the a. L. Gillespie lot; thenoe
north 2 degrees 20 minutes east 100 feet
to an Iron stake; thence south 04 degrees,
30 minutes west. 209 feet to an Iron stake
at the east edge of North LaPayette street;
thence south 2 degrees JO minutes west 100
eet with said street to an iron stake. 8
U Gillespie's corner; thence with his line
north 84 degrees 30 minutes east 309 leet
,o the beginning.
The aforesaid lot Is bounded on the
north by the lands of H D. Wilson; on
-he south by the lands of S. L. Gillespie,
on the east by the lands of Clarence Mull,
and on the west by North LaPayette street.
The above described property being the
ame land conveyed to U. L. Hunt by deed
from E A. Wellmon and wife, Mary A
Wellmon. dated October 1*. 1914. and filed
lor registration ou 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. page 416.
This the 18th day of February. 1931.
CAROLINA MORTGAGE COM
W*—Jr* Ksvloti 4( ffth JMJtt
Dak Grove Section
Champion Child Improving In Hos
(Special to The 8tar.)
Oak Grove, March 12.--There are
a good many cases ot whooping
cough In the community among
The W. M U. held the last meet
ing of prayer with Mrs. Elam Mc
Jwain Friday. A good meeting was
Mrs. W C. Blanton and children I
and Mrs, Gather Lemons visited Mr.'
and Mrs. Lee Blanton near the Bat- j
Mr. Jesse Ledford and daughter, I
of Lawndale, spent the week-end!
with his brother, Mr. Cleophus Led- j
ford and Mrs. Ledford.
Miss Madge Bell spent the week 1
with her sister, Mrs. Wiley Blanton,!
of Kings Mountain, who has been'
Mr. Herschel Boss accompanied
his cousin, Mr. Fred Lindsey of
Charlotte, home Tuesday and spent
the week with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bell of near
Shelby spent Tuesday night with
Mr. Bell's uncle, Mr. Lee Bell and
We are glad to note that Junior
Champion, small son of Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Champion, who was car
ried to the Gastonia hospital some
time ago is improving.
Misses Veola Blanton and Ger
trude Ledford were the dinner
guests of Miss Claudia Devennyj
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lovelace!
S. C. Pastor Mads
Happy By Results
"I heartily recommend the Jargon |
treatment because I believe it’s the}
greatest strength and health builder j
ever n^de available to the public, ’
REV. I). M. COLLINS.
.stated Rev. D. M. Collins, Rosemont,
Charleston. S C., pastor of the F.ee
wiil Baptist church. "My ’Sidneys i
and Stomach were put of order. I
tvas weak apd rundown and suffer
ed with awful headaches and pnfnr
in my back and sides. I tried vari
ous medicines, but nothing helped
me until I started Sargon. in lee
than a month mv whole system was
in a strong, healthy condition and 1
felt like a new man. Sargon pills
were tlip only laxative X ever i«ed
that really overcame my constipa
tion. I feel it my duty to tell othe s
of this wonderful treatment.1
Sold in Shelby by Cleveland Drug
Co., in. Kings Mountain by Summers
Drug Co. adv.
>pent a lew Mays last week with
Mr. Lovelace's lather, Mrs. Joe
lovelace and Mrs. Lovelace.
Mr. and Mrs. Olaudie Beli and
miidren spent the “week-end with
Mrs. Bell’s lather and mother, Mr
and Mrs. Johnny Watterson ot Hock
Hill, S. C.
Mrs. Leona Bell and baby spem
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Harley
Mrs. A. ti. Devenny and Mrs W
C. Blanton attended a quilting party
last Thursday at Mrs. F. F. Hern
don of Beth-Ware section. Two
quilts were quilted after which re
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs- Leo Beattie of Waco
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs, W. G. N. Ware.
Mr. James Ford of near Bessemer
City is visiting relatives and friends
m the community.
Mr, Mack Green of Shelby visited
his daughter, Mrs. James Ware,
(With Apologies To
Jlf Jim hadn't been playing
golf X wouldn't have to write
? this mess. He got so rattled
over the rotten golf game we
had he just couldn't concen
ts trate long enough to fill thus
J column of white space he
bought from Mr. Lee Weath
ers. Fact Is. he talked sc
bloomin' much about his mov
ing picture shows he didn't
have anything left to write. 1
endured his clattering line oi
picture chatter for a boring
eighteen holes. I was filled up
with “new shows," “pretty
stars" and “feature attrac
tions." He teed off with a
spell about Edmund Lowe in
“Scot’and Yard," his picture
for Friday and Saturday, he
shot a nice new ball in the
lake from number three, be
cause he was raving about
Eltssa Lancli; he lost his ton
gue on number five because 1
had gained a couple of strokes
on him. But by the time we
had reached number seven, he
had made the odds rn me and
took me lor a swift bait - of
‘'Fighting Caravans.” Gary
Cooper himself couldn't sell
his picture anv more emphat
ically than Jim Reynolds, for
I swore I'd see everything he
had told me about if he would
only give my ears a rest and
let me play the last two holes
W. J. L
WE THANK YOU
I came in like the new golf
er who had played his first
match with a Jew—he wits
easy to beat for I scored five
more points than he did.
For20 years Josey has been building
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Our Standard Guano is
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Write today or see the Joseu Dea^i
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, no ay
Muss beta Crossby has returned U
ier home near Beams Mill after
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Avery Gibson
or some time.
An extraordinary session of eon
press'- is one that doesn't do the
country very much harm. -Arizona
Jack Dempsey's wife thinks that
ne may enter politics. We’re afraid
however, that his wind is not wha>
t used to be.—Judge.
okmfk law.\iMMs ju>
MARK I Fit ClIARMtUt t.’K.
OI Interest to friends and .entiv
■s in Shelby and the Lawndaic se
.ion is the announcement >t th'
narriage of r G Janipe aim Miss
1 Jeorgie Lee Manor of Oh an'tit
i’he wedding was solemnised sa'.ur
day. March 7tt. in York, 3. 0. > hey
were accompanied to York !>y then
riends, Mr. and Mrs. H. lorri;
of Charlotte Mr. Canipe la t ie son
of Mrs. S. E. Canipe of the 1 wn
•ale section, witiie tne ono*: •« ct?<
daughter ol Mrs. L. B. Mtuief Of
The whole difficulty seems to b,.
hat a drought functions so much
nore speedily and efficiently than
ongress does - San Diego, Onion
Vou see, it Isn’t wicked tor the
jovernment to take part ol the li
quor revenue If It's called an Income
tax Instead of a license fee.—Mil
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