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Bow To Borrow Money From A
Bonk.
1. Go in. ai.k for the president,
but don'et let him know that you
need any money. Pass the time of
day with him, ask him what he
thinks cotton will be next fall, and
don't fall to tell him about the pret
ty weather we are now having.
2. Mention the fact that your
wife and all 9 of your children are
well and happy and raring to go.
Speak of your 4 mules, and explain
that they weigh over 1,000 pounos
each, and don't forget that you have
already caught up with your work—
that you won’t have to buy any feed
THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY
SYSTEM
Offers Many Attractive R 'uced
Round Trip Excursion Fares fni
Easter Holidays and Spring Va
cations.
EASTER EXCURSION ARES
APRIL 1931
Round Trip Easter Ex ursdon
Pares on Bale to Many Points in
the Southeastern States I
ONE FARE PLUS $1.00 FOR
THE ROUND TRIP. DATES OF
SALE APRIL 1st, 2nd. 3rd and
4th. LIMIT 15 DAYS FOR
DATE OF SALE. ,
WEEK END EXCURSION
FARES
Round trip week Ena Excursion
Fares on sale to many points in
the Southeastern states. Tickets
on sale on each Friday, Satur
day and forenoon trains bun'lays ,
March 37th. to October 2»th
1931. One Fare plus 1-6 fare for
the round trip. Limit midnighi
. Mowing Tuesday. (Minimum Ex- -
curalon fare 80 cents.)
SUNDAY EXCURSION e ARTS
Effective Sunday Marcn J9th, to
Sunday October 26th 19.'1 th*
Southern Railway will sell Sun
day excursion tickets Between tli
stations on the Southern Rail
way Lines where the oneway fare
is not less than 13 cents nor more
than 93.60 on basis approximately
one cent (lc) per mile Iri ea"b
direction for the round trip
tickets on sale Sunday morning
trains scheduled to leave prior tr
noon limit returning to startinf
point prior to midnight date ol
sale. (Tickets good in .’oachw
only.)
VISIT THE BEAUTIFUL MAO.
NOLIA AND MIDDLETON
GARDENS.
CHARLESTON* S. C.
Greatly reduced round trip ex
cursion fares to Charleston. S. U,
round trip from
SHELBY, N. C. *7 AO
Dates of sale March 27th, .md
28th. and April 3rd and 4th, 19L1
* limit midnight Wednesday fol
lowing date of sale.
Round trip Tares on sale one
fare plus 1-2 fare for tne round
trip March 18th. 19th. 10th. 21st
24th, 25th, 26th, 31st. Arrli 1st,
and, 9th. 9th, 10th. nth. 10th
v 17th. and 18th. limit 7 days from
date of sale.
Ask Ticket Agents.
R. II. GRAHAM.
Division Passenger Agent
r SOUTHERN RAILWAY
SYSTEM
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
this year—ansoforth.
3. It might be well to Inform him ,
that you have kept your payments ,
up with the federal land bank and ,
that you have no Ford, radio
lightning rods or a dozen possum
dogs. If you have any corns In your
hands, make It a point to pick at
them during the conversation so's
he will think you have been plow
ing Instead of handling a steering
wheel.
4. Ask him how’s his folks are,
and tell about seeing him at church
last Sunday where neither of you
were, and brag powerful on your
preacher; this might make him be
lieve that you have religion. Be
sure to tell him that it was a little
bit hard to pay your 1930 taxes
(Joke No. 10-—), arid call the
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Renew Your Health
By Purification 1
Any physician will tell you that
"Perfect Purification of the Sys
tem is Nature’* Foundation of
Perfect Health.” Why not rid
yourself of chronic ailments that
: are undermining your vitality?
Purify your entire system by tak
ing a thorough course of Calolabs,
—once or twice a week for several
j weeks—and see how Nature re
wards you with health.
Calotabs purify the blood by nc
j tivating the liver, kidneys, stomach
and bowels. In 10 cts. and 35 cts.
Packages. All dealers. (Adv.)
writes Mrs. Mary J. Roberts,
117 West Franklin 8t, Raleigh,
N. C. "I would Us awake
half the night 1 woa dizzy
and weak, suffered frequently
with pains in my side and
small part of my back.
"When I was a girl, my
mother gave me Cardui, and it
did me so much good, I thought
I would try it again. I took
five bottles, and I feel Like a
new person.
"I think it is fine. I would
advise every woman who is
Take Thedforrt's Black-Draught
for Constipation, Indigestion,
Biliousness. Only 1 cent a due*.
LAST MONTH IN WHICH TO PAY
COUNTY TAXES
Every piece of property on which county taxes are
not paid by May 1st will be advertised for sale the first
week in June.
I am compelled under the law' to collect all county
taxes by May 1st or sell the property and 1 have no
other discretion in the matter
I. M. ALLEN, Sheriff Cleveland
County.
— WE COVER EVERY NEED —
of Textile Industrial Employees and protect the
worker and ail of his dependents under one policy.
The combined Operation and Hospitilization. Ma
ternity, Sickness and Accident, Burial Funds Policy
costs but a few cents per day for the whole family.
Ask your Employer to give you the onportunity to pur
chase this policy for yourself and family, for you can se
cure it only through the group plan The Employees pay
the entire cost and receive individual policies.
The Robert U. Woods Genera] A gene?
General Office: SHELBY, N. C.
Group Managers for Virginia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia.
“The Largest Exclusive Group General Agency in the
South.”
Representing the Provident Life & Acci. Ins. Co.
Established 1887 — Assets O'er $6,000,000.00.
lames of several good men you
lon't owe—Just to Impress him with
,'our honesty.
5. Ask him t if he bellevse that
fou should sell the 7 bales of cot
ion now stored under the shed at
wur house (which Is another Joke),
ir ask him If he were you would ne
told a while longer. Impress him
vith the fact (Joke No. 82) that you
vill have enough money to pay for
iverythlng needed up to April 15.
Vhd tell him you'll drop uround
ibout that time. .
6. Then tell about your 2 boys
retting their bonus checks (but
lon’t let him know that your 2 boys
ire 8 girls), and that they are put
tng that money in your hands, but
f he finds out Henry Ford and Oen.
Motors have done got both of them,
f there happens to be any, It will
lurt your chances. Brag on his fine
ippearance, his golf, and his bank—
ind poslbly his mushtash, if he has
my.
But, friends, none of this Is ne
essary If you have always paid or
renewed your notes promptly at
maturity, and met all your other
ibllgations on time. I understand |
that the man who has done these j
two things, be he rich or poor, high
or low, black or blue, can alway:
ret, all the money that he should
have for legitimate purposes—from
■uiy good banker who has money to
loan. It's bad when we lose our
fortune, but It’s a danged sight
worse when we tee our credit and
honor—as we simply can’ tstart over
again—If we bust.
flat rock dots.
a miss terious case has took place
» our little community and cvery
boddy seems right sad. it was like
» bolt from a clear sky. miss Jennie
me Jones run off last friday with a
man who she met at the stimr last
week selling rat poison and her
where nbouts Is unknown. we all
hope that they got married befoar
they got verry far away from home,
he had a nice ford.
seholl was turned out on apull the
1, and the teccher was considerably
apull fooled In manny ways, some
boddy soaked her chewing gum In
cowend pepper, and when she put
same in her mouth and started
toards the blackboard, you should
of seen her make a dive for the
water bucket, and then she dis
missed them and went off hunting
some ice water, someboddy stuck
some fly paper on her where she
sets down and she diddent know’ it
the last time we saw her—till next
day.
The town farmers all seem right
btzzy now running barkartts and
furwards to their rcspectfull plan
tations which they are all trying to
■■'Id on to, as they have nothing
else to do. a few have alreddy got
some guanner, but a big part of
them is going on and plant then
stuff and hope uitrit of sody will
be cheaper in may and June, or sold
on creddtck one. farm relief has not
reached our little terry tory yet, out
our congressman told the newspa
pens not long ago that it was on
her way. a snail must of got the job
of making the delivery,
the speaking that was to be hell
at the scholl aud.v torium last Wed
nesday night was put off onner
count of noboddy was there excepp
me and my wife and we don’t drink,
he was to talk on proahishton, but
after the people heard that he
planned to tuko up a collection and
get some pledges signed to keep
the good work a-goining, nearly an
the folks went to prayer meeting in
stead, and they had the biggest
congregation that rev. brown ever
led a prayer meeting of his text
was "are you keeping yore brother"
ansoforth. so they used the prayer
meetings for an excuse to miss the
proabtshion talker.
the sheriff was down recently
and looked around our 2 filling sta
tions a right smart, but diddent
seem to find what he come after,
and it wassent gasoleen either. 1 of
course wont call anny names, but
If one of them don’t cut out spik
ing his coca colers, he is going to
wwke up some morning with split
shadows running acrost his face
which is made by Jail bars, we mean
to have a clean town if we hafter
do without gassoleen and cigarettes,
rar. editor, 1 am so wore out from
plowing, plese excuse this short
peace, rite or foam if you want the
news from here more regular,
yores truie,
mike Clark, rfd.
Another sign that the depression
Is passing is that the bread lines
are breaking up and re-forming at
the public golf links.
ADMINISTRATOB’S NOTICE.
Having qualified as administrator of the
estate of B. T. Brooks, deceased, this Is to
notify all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to exhibit
them duly verified to the undersigned at
Shelby. N. C.. on or before the 31st dav
of March. 1933. or this notice will be
Headed In bar of their recovery All per
sons Indebted to said estate wtU pleas
make Immediate payment.
This 31st dsy of March, 1931.
7. J, THOMPSON. Administrator oi
B. T. Brooks, Deceased.
Joseph C. Whlsnant, Atty. St Apr lc
EXECUTBIX’S NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that I have this
day qualified at executrix of the estate ot
Miss Jane Cline, late of Cleveland county,
North Carolina and all person* having
claims against the said estate will present
same to me properly proven on or before
the 30th dav of March. 193J or this notice
will be pleaded In bar of any recovery
thereof. All person* owing the said estate
will please make Immediate settlement to
the under—»d Thu M-.rch 30th. 1931
UETTIE CUNE R-a. Lawndale,
JSxceUirix of Jane Cline dee d
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Earl. April 8.—Little Mbs Betty
Lane Runyan spent the week-end
in Shelby, the guest ol her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffin
Miss Mary Turner, member of the
Waco faculty spent Easter holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, For
est Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gamp and
laughter, Jacqueline Ann and Miss
Florence Coleman, of Taylors, S. C.
were dinner guests Sunday of Mi
ind Mrs. P R. Camp
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Davis spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bun
Runyan.
Dr: and Mrs. J. P Aydelotte re
turned home Sunday evening from
Charlotte, where they spent the
holidays with his sister, Mrs. Sue
Williams.
Messrs. Rufus Moss and Vernon
Camp of Taylors, S. C. spent the
week-end at home.
Mrs. D. G Webber and daughter.
Mrs. Grady Bettis and children and
Mrs. Chandler and Miss Catherine
Bettis, all of Greenville, 8. C, are
spending this week in the village.
Mr. H. P. Haas returned to ms j
work at Whiteville, Tuesday after
spending the holidays with his fam
ily.
Misses Jessie Beachum and Paul
.no Honeycutt of Charlotte were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Beachun.
Ella Mill News
Of Current Week \
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Smith Child Sirk With Pleurisy.
Personals of Visiting
About.
(Special to The Star.)
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McCurry and
children spent the week-end at
Granite Falls with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wythe of
hatttmore spent a few days this
week with their mother, Mrs. Callie
Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hanney and
Build With Brick
DELIVERIES FROM PLANT TO JOB
When in need of FACE OK COMMON BRICK write us,
or phone 75m, Mt. Holly, N. C. With our fleet of trucks,
we can make quick deliveries to jobs, saving-freight 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.
_
READY
Delays cost you money
when you are build inn
inferior quality costs you
money forever afterward.
We are always ready to
supply You promptly with building materials
of the highest quality. May we serve you.'
O. E. FORD COMPANY
Lime — Cement — »'► - - Cfcmi .uachinery
Fertilizers.
1‘HONE NO. 37 — SHELBY, N. C.
Wc m»m«ul. LONE STAR Omml for all . ancrrtr
,<-..rlt «hrr<- dm<- U no* *h« principal factor — ana
"1NCOR" Brand fur rcort lha* u ili a hurry.
LONE STAR CEMENT CO. VIRGINIA, INC.
Norfolk
Ir Avoid }
COLITIS
Diarrhea, Dysentery and other forms of dis
ordered stomach and bowels, respond quickly
to and find relief from ANTI-FERMENT.
For more than 2 generations it has been used
by adults for up-set stomach and by mothers
for their children to avoid Colitis. At all
drug stores 60c and 75c.
for
baking powder
is
the
Use K C Baking Powder the next time
you bake and judge its quality by
results. You will nnd there is none better
—purer or more efficient.
You save in buying and save in using
K C Baking Powder.
irS DOUBLE ACTING
w
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25 ounces for 25c
BAKING
POWDER
MlU«ON^ OF POVNOS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT
children spent the week-end with
their parents at CUftside,
Messrs, Lawrence and Sherman
tioss spent the week-end with Mr
Joe Camp.
Mr. Ed Morehead and two chil
dren, Nell and Thomas, spent Sun
day In Charlotte with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Vard Walls have
returned home from Dallas where
they have been visiting relatives.
Mr. Robert Tucker of Marion
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
John Tucker.
Larue Klims ana jui
ipent Tuesday with their grahd
.nother, Mrs. Roland Johnson.
Mrs. E. V. Ross and three chil
dren of Oak Grove spent Monday
with Mrs. Joe Camp.
Mrs. William Bumgardner and
two children of Eastside spent the
week-end with Mrs, Callie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowens of New
House spent Friday and Saturday
of last week with Mr. and Mrs
Alonzo Towery- ,£}
We are sorry to note that little
Charlie Smith, son of Mr. and Mr»
Wash Smith is very sick with
pleuresy.
Another problem is the English
language. The other day, for in
stance, the newspapers reported
that General Butler is , retiring. -
Virginian-Pilot.
The number of murders commit
ted at tlie bridge table is less than
than 1.3 per cent of those that
ought to have been committed.—
San Diego Union.
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EVAPORATED ’
:i TALL OR <i
SMALL CAN'S
; 25c >
Corn Flakeg
3 Pkgs. . 25c
Morton’s Salt
ISAAC SHELBY
FLOUR - 24-lb. Bag.75c
FULL DRESS
RICE — 2\ lb. Pkg. ..23c
SUNSHINE
PKG. CAKES - 6 Small pkgs. 25c
CHOCOLATE NUT CREAMS
F. F. V. CAKES — lb.33c
STANDARD PAUL
TOMATOES — 3 10c cans 25c
LYE
HOMINY No. 2Tcyn ......... 10c
KRAFT'S
HAMANAISE /Jar .23c
WHITE HOUSE
COFFEE
Pound 37c
NEW IRISH
POTATOES — Lb. .. 8c
NEW SOUTH CAROLINA
CABBAGE — Lb. . 4c
JERSEY ROLL
WHOLE WHEAT — Pkg.20c
FANCY EVAPORATED
PEACHES —2 lbs.. 25c
P. & G. SOAP
“GREAT IN HARD WATER”
4 CAKES. 15c
SUPER SUDS — Pkg... 9c
NEW READ FORM SOAP!
- PALMOLIVE SOAP —
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Marguerite Hoare, distinguished
beauty adviser of Mayfair, Lon
don, tells her smart clients t
use Palmolive Soap to "keep thoi
schoolgirl complexion ”
310c Cakes 23c
SHELBY—4—10—31
1 KRAFT'S
VELVEETA
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Hava-Kexa
CIGARS
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LUCKY
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Cigarettes
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