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CEE McGEE—•
the Clark family tree
Jhon Clarke started the Clark
fnmily tree when he ascended from
england and married Julie smith on
the mayflower which landed at Ply
mouth rock and they had 4 off
springs, visscly: jhon, jtm, Julie. Jr ,
and a pair of twins which dide with
the hives ansolorth.
the first limb to start off was
Jim who married a girl from the
south and him and her had 7 or 8
off springs which moved to georgy
and took up farming and from them,
my ann cestors sprung and started
the hob Clark limb which had t>
twigs as followers: dude, hide, -scud,
dud. bud and mud.
dude left georgy far texas one
night onner count of a horse and
was never saw afterwards and his
limb will hatter be left off. hide
got killed befoar he rot married by
calling a man a lie who waid ;>80
pounds and scud married salltp
Jenkins and she quit him befoar
annybody was born to them and
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Mrs. HarmoA> ilc'mftt.Itching
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PILES
YIELD TO
CHINESL
HERB
Don't goffer another minute front
t>llud. itching, protruding or bleed
in* Piles without testing the ncwenfe
ana fastest acting treatment out. Hr,
Klxon’s Chtnnrotd, fortified with
raro, Imported Chinese Herb, with
amexlng power to reduce swollen
tissues, brings esse and comfort in
A few minutes, enabling; you to worlc
and enjoy life while It continues ltd
soothing, heeling action. Don't da
isy. Act In time to avoid a danger
ous end costly operation. Try Dr.
Mixon's Chlnsrotd under our guar
antee to satisfy completely end he
{Worth 100 times the aniaU coet nr
Jour money bacH.
BOTTLE'S DRUG STORE
"YOU"1
SAVE!
IN BUYINC
BAKING
IW POWDER
You uv« in tiling
KC.Um LESS then o(
blgli priced brand*.
PRlCfi
** FOR OVIR ^
<o YEA*^
If* OOUILt ACTING
MltUONSOf POUNDS UStD
ItV OUR COVERNMfNT
constipation
^ Bad ■ stubborn case
of constipation aft«r a
very severe spell cf grip,"
says Mr. John B. Hutchi
son, of Neosho, Mo.
"When I would get consti
pated. I’d feel so sleepy,
tired and worn-out
"When one feels this
way, work is much harder
to do, especially farm
work. I would hnve dizzy
headaches when I could
hardly eee to work, but
after I read of Black
Draught, 1 began taking
it I did not have the
headache any more.
"When I have the slug
gish, tired feeling, I take
a few doses of Black
Draught and it seems to
carry off the poison and I
feel just fine. I use Black
Draught at regular inter
vals. It is easy to take
and 1 know it helps me."
This medicine is com
posed of pure botanical
roots and herbs.
jThedford’* Ej
Wombn who DM.! a tonic ahouVJ
tnki- CAitpnt <;»ed <w . 50 yntm.
married jake .silver who dlde Mites
tale, so the papers red.
diid passed away with liver coin- ,
plaint which Rive him the yallerj
jandera In 18 and 77 and was ber
ried at new hope amongst a crowd •
of sorrowing friends as be alwav;!
made the fires and rung the hell in
the church ateepie..which fell one
time and broke his arm and the
clapper and his wldder got married
the next month and moved to n C
with ail his off springs, so there is
a nuther limb to be left off.
bud was my grate grand f ather
and he raised a line set of boys one
of which was my folks and some
promipent off springs was the re
sult of matrimony with miss sal lie
sue eddards Including me and i|
have hell all kinds of Important
jobs and am now kurrlner of my
home county and Increased blrncs-,
the first year %65 ansoforth.
. 1 have benn engaged in nmnnv
lines of work and befoaf polly tick ■
was took up, l was a farmer for a
few years and after falling out with
the fedral land bank and turning
89 akers over to them, 1 moved close
to town and took up beef peddling
and all o trucking some with cab
bages and colardi and a few chick-:
ens.
j iin<l now J am independent, of the
i '.olj for <r living find get my du ck
front the government each month,
n gardless of inquesies or other
.troubles such as boll weevils and
pantcks. scy the Clark family tree is
hereby traced down to me and i am
on the top limb and expect to stay
there, whoever wants more Infor
mation about the Clark genner ra
tion will plese rite or foam me for
same.
yores truile,
• mike Clark, rid.
flat rock happenings.
a right smart of sickness is still
amongst us and the Indian doctor
is kept bizzy making medison for
some of the folks that can't get the
reglar doctor to call on them onner
count of they quit paying him for
same, some folks think that the
undertaker is hopping to finance
the Indian doctor.
there will be no preechlng at the
first church next Sunday as the pas
ture is off on a vacation for his
helth which broke down on him not
long ago while running a pro track
ted meeting when 9 was saved by
babtlsm and 4 by letter, and here is
hoping that they will stay saved
so's he won’t be broke down again
next year re-clainung them.
six or seven dlffrent boys and
girls have Jined the h-4 club and
it looks like they mean bizness if
they can get some peddy greed seed
and u few shipped-ln pigs and hens
to raise, mr. mike Clark, rfd, has of
fered a prize for the 6 biggest eggs
laid by the members of the club
which is a 1 dollar bill, and allso
c50 for the fattest ptg turned out by
november the 1. more of them can
compeet If they want to.
an all day singing will take place
Was Revelation
To Her, She Says
"After all the medicines I’d
taken without any real results, Sv
gon was a revelation to me,” stated
'Trs. Emma Duncan, 7 Morning St.,
MBS: EMMA !H .1 VN
Raleigh. **I suffered all the time
with awful sick headaches and diz
ziness; everything I ate soured and
I fermented: and I felt so dull and
drowsy I could hardly drag myself
through my housework. Sat-yon built
up my strength and appetite' at
one?, and the indigestion, dizzy
spells and headaches disappeared
entirely. Sargon Soft Mass Mils reg
ulated me perfectly, without the
least diseoipfort or distress. I'm now
enjojdnj| ^pleotiid health, and am
briirful of strength and energy."
Sold in Shelby by Cleveland Drug
Company, in Kings Mountain by
Summers Drug Co. ad
next Sunday at. rehober church,
which wil be led by mr. mike Clark
rfd. anti the organ will be perform
ed by miss salle Clark who grad
ur'ilirt In niusick nt the girls hi.
last fall, but has hot beirn able to
get it job leeching oner count of she
lost her dlpplomer when we moved
last year, all come and fetch "songs
of joy and love” and any other hook
you might have.
Ihi* ladies mission" merry society
of tills place hell an old time quilt
ing; at mi's. brown's last tuesclay and-j
it turned out to be an Intrusting!
meeting, but as the man who was i
to send the cotton battinR over ,to|
go Into the quilt got drunk and tor
got it, no rail quilting work Was
done, but mrs, brown turned the
meeting into a patching arid darn
ing club and all of mr brown’s old
clothes was fixed up in good shape
for once In his Hie. monthly dews
was collected which come to c5fi. tea
and crackers was served; the culler
skeem was jhonny quill
well, mr. editor—times is not pet -
ting much better, the bonus has
hope J of our boys to get new cars
and 4 to pay. for the ones they al
reddy had and the preccher got 1
dollar from sum snlllson. the repub
licam certainly have took the ex
soldier off of their feet and, they
seem to be enjoying a good time for
the pres; ent. rite or foam when you
miss bearing from me weakly,
yores I rube,
mike Clark, rfd.
Graham School To
Profit By Picture
Graham school parent-teachers
association is sponsoring Tlic
Spoilers” which will show Saturday
at the Carolina Theater. The P. T.
A. of this school Is endeavoring to
raise money with which to ouy cur
tains for the stage In the audito
rium and those who attend the Sat
urday show at the Carolina wl'.l n» t
only see a good picture, but will help
the school in its endeavor.
A former circus acrobat Is now a
Chicago politician. Well, It takes an
acrobat to stay on the fence and in
the middle of the road at the same
time.-—Nashville Southern Lumber
man.
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LIQUID or TABLETS
urc Colds, Headaches, Fevei
6 6 6 SALVE
CURES BABY'S COLD
Woman Come* To
Life In Coffin
Ask* For Glass of Water Sh'.rt'y Ite
fore Time For Ilurial. Been
“Dead" Two Days.
Santiago, Chile —A dispatch to La
Naclon from Los Angeles. «n the
province of Btogio, said a 22-year
old woman, who apparently had
!>een dead two bays and nights,
"came to life" Sunday in her coffin
thereby escaping burial alive by
three hours.
A physician said (he young wo
man Miss Acuna Castillo. lUffftrcc :
from a case ot prolonged catalepsy j
The family and friends of the wo- '
man had neared the end of a period
of mourning when she moved her
arms and head nnd opened her
tightly closed Ups. tn a quiet v dec
she said: ‘'Please give me a glass of
water.”
Most of us Won't . be contented
with our lot till It's a lot more -
Arkansas Gavotte.
EXECUTRIX N NOTICE.
Having fj ha lifted as **Hecutrtx ot the cp
ate of Sarah Witherspoon. deceased o\
'Ivvilutifi comity. North f’urofina this* if
o notify ait pertoox-'having ciituns again*
the said estate to present same to nv
• roptirlv verified on or before the t3th
lav of February, 13^2. or this notice wii
he pleaded tn bar ot any recovery thereof
All ntirron.H owina the sale! estate wll
oleaire make immediate settlement to th<
undereiKned This February n. 1931
Wll.UK WITHKR3POON. Rxecutrl>
of Estate of Sarah Witherspoon de
ceased.
M U Weather* Mt.v. «t Feb I3r
No. 1 township
Surprise Birthday For Frank Bailey.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bridges
Have New Son.
(Special to The Star.i
No. 1 Township, Mar. 19 Mr
Frank Bailey was given a surprise :
birthday dinner Sunday. A largo1
Lots of propie are against Prohibi
tion because it doesn’t work, while I
others are against it because it'
works too well.—Dallas News.
“I caught, my husband playing i
kiss-in-the-ring,” said a woman in
cotirt recently. Many a husband has!
been cought by this method.—Pass
ing Show.
NOtICE OF SUMMONS
North Carolina. Cleveland County.
In the Superior Court.
Virginia C Wells. Plaintiff
v*.
\lvln Wells. Defendant
The deiendant Alvin Wells will take no
tice that an action, us above styled. has
nmi rommenced tn the superior court ol
Cleveland county, ol which Shelby ts the
county real, wherein the plaintiff putt
on., for ah absolute divorce from the de*
endant named, on statutory grounds; and
aid Alvin Wells, defendant, will lal;<
loitre that he ts required to appear at the
ourt house In said city, county and state
md at. the office of the clerk of superior
ourt thereof on or before tht 30th day ol
Mar.. A D., 1931, and answer or demur to
the petition herein or that the -plaintiff w ill
ipply at term time for the relief demand
<1 m said petition and complaint. I his
,0th day of February. 1931.
W. 8. Beam. Attorney for Plaintiff.
It Feb 20c
Of Week
A. M HAMRICK. Cleric Superior
Court.
For Best Results Use
SCO-CO SPECIAL
FLOWER, GARDEN AND LAWN
MIXTURE.
ITS BETTER AND CHEAPER.
SOLD IN 200 lb.; 100 lb.; 50 lb* 10 lb.
Package.
THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO.
Phone 577 — Shelby, N. C.
n*WMCkwral«l ConmmrtM* &Wtol«t-fr»Jinl at Cmmt Motor*
Consider what yon get
for what yon pay
Today, ffpetlilly. It la wIm to consider
ruefully just what you get for.every dollar
you pay. Be certain that the automobile
you buy represents the latest standard of
motor ear value. Quality never cost leas
than it does in the new Chevrolet SU. And
in the long run, quality makes a big differ
ence in the satisfaction you get out of
the money you spend for an automobile.
New Low Price*—Roadster, $175;
Sport Roadster with rumble seat, $195;
Phaeton, $510; Standard Coupe, $535;
Coach or Standard Fht-Window Coupe,
$545; Sport Coupe (rumble seat), $575;
Fire-Passenger Coupe, $595; Convertible
Cabriolet, $615; Standard Sedan, $635; t
Special Sedan or Convertible Landau
Phaeton, $650. Prices f. o, b. Flint, Mich.
Special equipment extra. Low deliveaed
prices and easy terms.
NEW CHEVROLET SIX
The t -at American Value
Stw Yonr Dottier Below
C*!NE,|p-. Sh V,M. C.
ALSO DEALERS IN CHEVROLET SIX-CYLINT1FR TRUCKS. J.1S5 to IMS. I. o. b. FHnt. MIcKknn
.rowel was present and enjoy, d the
bountiful dinner which was served
In picnic style.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Byars visited
relatives in Converse, s. C, Satur
day,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hawltlhs vis
ited Mr. and MrS. Furman Jolley
near Ellenboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jolliy were
the dinner guests Sunday of Mr and
Mrs. Wofford Hicks of the it ace -
path community.
Mr. aiid Mrs. Herman Byars spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs ihli
McCraw of Gaffney, S. C,
Miss Wilbur Earl was the ruesdey
night guest of Miss May me Sari.
Mr and Mrs, Willie Byars '. ad as
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs
Dick Holland and children and Mi:
Ola Christie and children ail of Con
verse.
Those calling at the home if Earl
Bridges Saturday were Mr. ar.c,i Mrs.
Darie Martin of Shelby, Mrs J D.
Byars. Mrs. Tlirtmer Humphries. Mrs
Robert McCraw, Mrs. Grigg H tmph
He* and Mrs. George Humphres.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lester are vis
iting Mi and Mrs. Shelly vfcOraw,
of Grassy Pond community
Mr and Mrs. Earl Bridges ire the
proud parents of a little son, bom
March 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hamrick
have moved from this community to
their home which they recently pur
chased near Gaffney, S. C.
A large crowd enjoyed a 'Inglrv?
at Camp Creek church Tuesday
night.
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Snow King Baking Powder “ 23c
Pillsbury’s Pancake Flour,pig.
Have Pancakes for Breakfast Tomorrow—Make the Best With Pillsbury’
“True Fruit Flavors”
Mi-Gel
2 Pkgs. ... .... 15c
SAUER’S FINE
Extracts
2 SMALL Q r
BOTTLES LtD C
LARGE BOTTLE 25c
WATAUGA
2 NO. 21
CANS
staI.ev s blue label
SYRUP 5 l(vn 39c
LIPTON'S
Delicious! o 10c
Satisfying! CKOS.
Refreshing!
KRAUT
GREEN
BEANS - large can ... 15c
Linford
BAKING POWDER
Lb. Can . 28c
~ JUMBO
reanut Butter
Lb. Jar .. ..... ...... 25c
~CL EEN^M A D E
SPAGHETTI, NOODLES OR
Macaroni
3 Pkgs..25c
DIAMOND 10
MATCHES - 3 boxes . 10c
BLU-KROSS
Toilet Tissue - 3 rolls .. 23c
FRENCH’S
MUSTARD - 2 jars .. 25c
FI LL CREAM
CHEESE Lb. 21c
fancy eating
• APPLES - Don. ......... 25c
CRISP ICEHERG
LETTUCE - Head .. . Sc
FANCY UREAKFAST
BACON Lb. . 34c
FANCY
CORN — Can . 10c
SAUSAGE
MEAT — 2 lb. can . 25c
CALIFORNIA EVAPORATED
PEACHES - 2 lbs. . .. . 25c
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Laundry Soap” 1
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SUTER SUDS
PERFECT SUDS
IN A HURRY!
Pkg. 9c
Palmolive Soap
Recommended Bv
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Beauty Experts!
3 cakes 23c
SHELBY 3—20—31
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