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USED AUTO PARTS
FINK IRON & METAL CO.
Trade Alley. Phone 580.
tf-oOc
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
users in Cleveland county of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert C. Hord. Dealer, 8.
Washington St., Shelby. tf 25c
PAY $1.00 OR MORE ON
subscription to The Star and
receive free, the new highway
map of Cleveland county. It
shows the various types of
roads, township lines, towns,
large streams and consolidated
schools. The map is just out.
Get yours now. tf 4p
CALL 832 AND LET US SEND
for your car and Wash or Grease It.
for 75c each. The Auto Inn, next to
the Whiteway Dry Cleaners, tl 30c
ICE BOXES MADE To ORDER,
Cheap. W. G. Spake, 206 Suttle St.
Leave order at Paragon Furniture
_ tf 13c
WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS.
Expert work, 24-hour service. En
larging and tinting, Hollywood Stu
dio, over Woolworth’s. tf 20c
COTTON SEED FOR PLANTING.
Pure and high quality; staple the
best. c. S. Young, Shelby, N. C.
_ _tf »c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. a Davis, next door to
Eflrd'i I appreciate your patron
age. large or small tf Uc
DON’T NEGLECT FEET
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
City. tf-27c
FOR SALE—CAFE AND FIX
TURES. Good location and good
business. Apply "Cafe” care The
Star. 6t-24p
WHEN YOU NEED A PLUMBER
or steam fitter, call the Modern
Plumbing and Heating Cot, the
plumbing and heating specialist.
Telephone 568. tf 20c
BRAKE LINING At
prices you can afford
to pay. Mauney Auto
Parts Co. tfc
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
house, steam heated, welt located,
good condition, formerly occupied
by T. P. Eskridge on W. Marion St
A, Blanton Grocery Co. tf C2c
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
and typist, call Myrtle Gilbert,
454-J at No. 9 Union Bank
Building. 2t 6p
THREE GRADES
o f Wedding Invita
tions and announce
ments. Copperplate
Engraving, Relief
g r a f (raised letter)
^nd printing. Samples
upon request. All pric
es at a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tfl4e
COME TO C. B. ELLIOTT ON
the Shelby-Polkville rqpd, May 7th,
and buy genuine Porto Rico potato
plants. Government inspected,
chemically treated. C. B. Elliott.
2t 4c
FORTS ALE: CREAM
Crowder peas, differ
ent varieties of peas,
cane seed, soy beans,
and other field seed.
D. A. Beam Co. 3t-6c
COMPLETE RE
Babbiting service. See
us for all parts.
Mauney Auto Parts
Co. _tfc
FOR SALE: Choice
hay. Priced right. D.
A. Beam Co. 2t-6c
^ REDUCE YOUR HIPS AND
thighs in a Summer Spencer Gar
ment, made of sheer, open-weave
fabric. Call Mrs. J. Henry Carroll,
phone 213, LaPayette Street.
3t Ic
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Central Cafe. West
ern steaks a special
ty. tf-4c
IT COSTS BUT A FEW CENTS
a day to protect your Income when
disabled from sickness or accident
Write for full details. North Ameri
can Accident Insurance Co., Box 12,
Shelby. N. C. tf 23c
SALESMAN WANTED IN CLEV
eland county to sell nursery stock
Cash weekly. Write Lindley Nurs
eries, Pomona, N. C.: a-Be
FREE, NEW HIGHWA\
map of Cleveland county
1 showing the 793 miles of roads
to be taken over by the state
under the new road bill, tou
can get one of these maps by
paying $1 or more on your
subscription to The Star, tfp
DOES YOUR ROOF
LEAK? If so See J.
W. Denton, H o e y
Apartments or Phone
4-J. Work guaran
teed. tf
THE G. W. PEELER CORN MILL
in No. 11 township will be operated
On Tuesdays, Fridays and Satur
days of each week. 2-Bc
BEAUTIFUL WED
DING Announce
ments and Invita
tions. The famous Re
liefgraf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
but considerably
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone
11. tfl4p
FOR >maJr5cLASS DYE JOES
on all satin and cloth slices, or
leather shoes, go to the Shelby
Shoe shop, 2-Gc
DON’T LET YOUR
repair jobs cost you
too much, see Mauney
4.uto Paiis Co. tfc
FOR JOB PRINTING OF ~ALL
KINDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
QUALITY PRINTING.
FOR RENT:’ 5 ROOM~HOUSE
on Oakland Drive, water and
lights. Rent reasonable. Apply at
Stir office. 3t lp
FOR RENT TWO ROOMS~FOR
light house keeping. Call 461-J. 2-6..
FOR RENT: TWO UNFURNISH
ed connected rooms. Mrs. Robert
Andrews, 408 S. DeKalb St. tf 4c
TO CLEAN OFF DOUBLE
SHOALS GRAVE YARD
C. R. Spangler asks The Star to
announce that the Double Shoals
Baptist church cemetery will be
cleaned off on Saturday May 9th.
All who have relatives and friends
buried there are asked to report at
7 o’clock.
Cat With 2 Heads
In Catawba County
Hickory Record.
Ernest Moose, of Rhodhiss, has a
freak to ad dto the wonders of this
world.
The other day his cat had kittens
and one of the kittens had two
heads. The kitten died immediately
after birth and Mr. Moose is having
Dr. Shook, in West Hickory, mount
it.
The kiten was born in a iltler of
three and had two fully developed
mouths, two eyes and two ears
Quality Furniture On
Easy Terms.
Phone 592.
Shelby, N. C.
Held for Ransom
Fred J Biumer (above), wealthy
Monroe, Wis., brewer and manu
facturer, according to police, has
been kidnapped in his home town
and rushed to a •hide-out" in
Chicago, where he ia being held
for 1150,000 ransom.
What the country really needs Is
a new recreation, which will afford
good health for fat men without
much exercise.
Upper Cleveland
News Of Interest
Memorial at Mount Moriah May 10.
Personal Mention of
Interest.
(Special to The Star.)
Casar, Rtl, May 4.—There will be
Memorial services at Mt. Moriah,
church Sunday May 10. There will
be several quartets and Rev. C. E.
Ridge will preach of 11 o'clock. The
public is Invited and to bring a well
lilled basket.
Many people of this community
attended the memorial services at
First Broad church Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hunt and son
Brevard, spent last Saturday night
with MT. and Mrs. Hazel Turner of
Morganton.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hunt spent
Sunday with their daughter Mrs.
Noah Pruett.
Miss Sadie Hunt spent last week
with her sister Mrs. Loyd Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Carmie Ledford of
Morganton, spent the week end
with Mrs. Ledford's parents Mr. and
Mrs. John Cook.
Misses Anne Warlick and Winnie
Whlsnant spent Saturday night
with her cousin, Miss Viola OamBle
of near Bc»tic.
Mrs. Andy Brackett spent Sunday
with her mother Mrs. A. A. Whio
nant
Mias Nina Self spent Friday with
Miss Ola Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Briscoe Lane of
Lawndale spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. True Gantt.
Mr. John S. Hunt and son Clem
were visitors in Marion Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McFacund
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs,
Wesley Richard of near Hollis
Boiling Springs
News Of Interest
Memorial To Be Held May 10th.
Prince Wilbur To Lecture.
Visit Cox Estate.
(Special to The Star.)
Boiling Springs.' May 5.—Mem
orial services will be held at the
Boiling Springs church Sunday
morning, May 10. Rev. L. Rj Pruett
will give the memorial address.
Contrary to the usual custom dinner
will not be served on the ground and
there will be no afternoon services.
Priiice Wilbur, heir to the throne
of a province on Gold Coast, Africa,
will be at the college auditorium |
Thursday evening to give a lecture
and piano recital. Prince Wilbur is
a very talented musician, interna
tionally known
Mr. Harrelson of Concord, man
ager for Prince Wilbur is spending
several days here.
Mrs. J. H. McBrayer and Miss
Johnnie Mae McBrayer delightfully
entertained the Tongues and
Needles club Friday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock. The regular business
session was held at which time the
committee to write the constitution
of the club made a report. Mrs.
James McBrayer resigned as secre
tary and treasurer of the club and
Mrs. V. H. Hamrick was .elected in
her stead. After the business meet
ling a social hour was enjoyed. An
interesting contest on designing
patterns suitable for cotton dresses
and giving the various uses .of. cot
ton Was engaged in. Mrs. H. B.
! Queen was the winner and was
presented a lovely prize. The host
esses served a delicious salad course.
Visit Cox Estate.
The members of the Philsonian
book club enjoyed a motor trip to
the Cox estate on Green river in
Rutherford county Thursday aft
ernoon. The beautiful grounds and
the lovely old home were opened
to the members of this club, who
were most graciously received by
Miss Maude Cox, the present owner,
and allowed the freedom of both
house and gardens for several
hours. The estate hdS been in the
Cox family for generations. The
house, furnished throughout with
rare and lovely antiques, beggars
description, as do also the grounds
and gardens In their simple but ex
quisite loveliness. It is indeed a
rare treat to anyone having the
privilege of visiting this estate.
Rev. J. M. Goode had as his
guests on Sunday last his four sis
ters, Mrs. M. M. McKinney and Mrs.
J. C. Gillespie of Mooresboro, Mrs.
Millard Hopper of Henrietta and
Mrs. Austin Moore of Avondale.
Misses Lois and Winfrey Ham
rick of Charlotte spent the week
end here with their father, Mr E.
D. Hamrick.
Miss Rosalyn Fruette spent Sat
urday night with Dr. and Mrs. B. M.
Jarrett of Shelby.
Mr. Davis Greene is quite ill in
the Rutherford hospital He under
went an operation about three
weeks ago but his condition is such
that he will have to have another
this week. His many friends are
Lily Mill Mention
Of the Week’s News
Several On Sick List Art Better.
Personal of People
Visiting.
(Special to The Star.)
Mr. Henry Ledbetter and family
and Mrs. Dora Blanton motored
over to Kings Mountain to see rela
tives.
Miss Corrtne Mull of upper Cleve
land is visiting Mr. Jake Lall and
family.
Mrs. Grace Colar and children
spent Saturday night with her
father and mothef, Mr. and Mrs.
Zero Hasting.
Mr. Ivester Anthony and wife of
keenly interested and hope for Ills
recovery.
Mr. Dennis Greene of Georgia fe
visiting Mrs Davis Greene for a
few days.
Rev. Vance Heavener of Hickory
preached here Sunday morning and
Sunday night in the absence of the
pastor. Rev. J. L. Jenkins. A large
congregation heard Mr. Heavener at
both services and enjoyed it thor
oughly. He is pleasantly remember-J
ed here as a former student in the
high school.
Miss Elotse Pruett or Charlotte
spent the week-end here with her
mother. Mrs. J. L, Pruette,
Misses Blanche Holland. Rosalyn
and Daisy Ree Pruette, Nellie
Green, Mr. Hujfcon Holland and Dr.
A. B. Holland spent Thursday In
Charlotte.
Mrs. Ed Coe of Norfolk, Va.. and
Mrs. C. W. Walker of Ellenboro vis
ited Rev. J. M. Goode Sunday
Misses Mildred Gobde and Mabel
Goode left Friday for Peabody col
lege, Nashville, Teim., to attend
summer school there.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal B. Greene and
daughter, Maida. spent several days
of last week visiting Mr and Mrs.
R. Z. L. Hawkins in Rutherford
county.
Mr. Glenn Crabtree who has been
here for sometime visiting relatives,
returned to New Mexico this past
week.
Rev. J. L. Jenkins who has been
conducting a revival in New?ton for
the past two weeks returned home
Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Prince of Greenville,
SC. spent’last week-end here with
Mr. Dye Huggins.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Hiving qualified as administrator of the
estate of B. T. Brooks, deceased, this Is to
notify all persons having claims again-1
the estate of said deceased to exhibit
them duly verified to the undersigned at
Shelby, N. C.. on or before the 31st day
of March, 1833, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All per
sons Indebted to said estate will please
make Immediate payment.
This 31st day of March, 1931,
Z. J. THOMPSON, Administrator of
B. T. Brooks, Deceased.
Joseph C. Whlsnant, Atty. St Apr le
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
Having tills day qualified os adminis
trator of the estate of Annie C Putnam,
late of Cleveland county, N. C.. this Is to
notify all persons having claims against
the said estate to present same to me
properly proven for payment on or before
the 2»th day Of April, 1033, or this notice
will be pleaded In bar of any recovers'.
All persons owing the said estate will
please make Immediate settlement to the
undersigned This April 28, 1931
C. B PUTNAM. Administrator ot
Annie C. Putnam, Deceased
St 38p
Sharon community spent Saturday
night with Mrs. Lee Patterson. j
Mr. Odls Mull and Mr. Zero Hast
ing motored to Granite Falls Sun-!
day and carried Mrs. Draw Color!
home.
Mr. O. B. Ivester und wife and
little, girl motored to Charlotte Sat
urday evening to see a bali game.
Mr Clarence Fisher and wife
spent Saturday night with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Fisher in
Catawba county.
Mr. Kelly Fisher and wife and
Mr. Clayton Fisher and wife and
Miss Flossie Stuart visited rela
tives In Lincoln county Sunday.
We are glad to know that Mrs.
Effle Poole is better.
Mr. John Patterson and wife
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. George McSwatn at Lattlmore.
Mr. P. W- Smart and wife motor
ed to Lattlmore Sunday to see
relatives,
Mr. Sanford Mull and wife and
Mr. Tom Ledford and wife and Mr.
Fred Richard and wife and baby
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Phagns near Kings
Mountain,
We are glad to know that Mr.
John Farris Is better and back on
his job. *
Mr. Fred Hasting and Miss Hassle
NOTICE or SUMMON*
North Carolina. Cleveland County,
In the Superior Court, Before the Cleric.
Hurry Jlmmerson. et »!., Petitioners
vs.
George Rlppy, Forrest Hippy, *t el.. De
fendants.
To Ed Hippy end wife. Merle Hippy,
George Hippy, Avery Hippy end wife, Mr
Avery Hippy, Jesse Hippy nnd wife, Mrs.
Jesse Rlppy, Robert Rlppy end wife, Mrs
Robert Rlppy, Crayton Hippy. Roister
Oeorge Rlppy, Ella Mae Gordon, Esther
Rlppr end husband, whose name O un
known. Giles McSwnin. Leander McSweln
end wife. Mrs Lennder MeSweln, Jennie
McSwttn and husband whose name la not
known Hubb McSwntb and wife, Mrs.
Bubb McSwalll Alonro MrSwsln and wife,
Mrs. Alonso MeSweln, Scnora MeSweln,
and Cephea SlcSwein, non-resident de
fendants:
You end eerh of you are hereby noti
fied that a spec!*! proceeding hit* been
begun before the clerk of superior court
of Cleveland, county. N C , to partition
lots Nos. 236. 239. and 237 of the Homesly
Addition to the town of Shelby among the
tenants in common, tn which you have an
Interest, and that petition Is on file In
the office of clerk, of superior court of
Cleveland county, and that you are re
quired to appear and answer or demur
to said petition on or before June *,1931.
or the relief preyed for will be granted.
This the 27iIt dey of April. 1931.
A. M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior
Court.
S. T. Fells, Atty. At April 28c
TRUSTEE'S SALE 01 LAND.
Under authority conferred by deed of
trust executed by Max Homesly and wife,
Helen Homesly, to 13 Z- Newton, trustee,
dated January IS, 1917. and recorded In
book til at page 6? of the registry of
Cleveland county, North Caroline, the
eetd trustee will eell et 12 o'clock noon
on the 30th day of May, 1931, at the court
house door tn Shelby, North Carolina, sell
at public auction for cash, to the high
est bidder, the following described prop
erty, situated In the city of Shelby. North
Carolina, and more particularly described
as follows:
Being lot number 9 of the subdivision
of that lot deeded by J. Mac Green twid
ower i to W. R Newlon and R L. Weath
ers bv deed dated July K. 1924, and re
corded in the register's office fot Cleve
land county. North Carolina, tn book OOO
at page Ml, «nd bounded as follows:
Beginning at an Iron stake at north
edge of in alley, corner lot sold to Haskel
Thompson and wife, and running thence
with their line north 3 1-3 east 1*0 feet
to an iron stage: thence north 87'* west
55 feet to an Iron stake: thence south
3'i west 150 feet to an Iron Make on the
north Odge of an alley; thence with the
north edge of said alley south 8”-a cast
55 feet to the beginning.
This sale is made on account of de
fault In the payment of the Indebtedness
secured by said deed of trust and Is sub
ject to all taxes against said property,
whether now due or to become due.
This the 38th day of April, 1931
D. Z. NEWTON, Trustee,
4t April 28c
Hasting motored tip to OraulU' j
FkiUs Saturday after their sister and
children.. 1
Sir George Palah says the way to
fight communism Is to make the
world more prosperous. 120,000,000
Americans say, "start on us."
We know you wouldn't believe It,
If you heard it on the street, but a
man did come In the office the
other day and stop his subscription!
About three-fourths of the criti
cism of the church and preachers
come from those who know they
are doing what the church con
demns.
NOTICK OT SIMMONS A Ml UVHKAM
or ATTACHMENT.
State of North Carolina,
County ol Cleveland.
In the Superior Court, Itefore the Cleric.
Peoples National Bunk ut t.eesbur, V».. a
Banking Corporation, Plaintiff,
va.
William frighten. Defendant
rile defendant above-named *111 take
notice that a summons hi the above en
titled action was Issued against said de
fendant on the 7th day of April, ld.'ll, by
the cleric of the superior court of said
county and stale .for the sum of $34,8*0.88
with interest on I33.348.S3 from March i,
10.11 until paid together with accrued cos!
of WJ80 wilii 10 percent attorney fee, due
on consolidated and confessed Judgments
In the circuit court of Loudon county,
Virginia, us shown by six transcripts ol
.aid Judgment from the clerk of satd court
which urn attached to and liiado a part of
the paper! to tills action, said Judgments
being on notes given for borrowed money
Said summons is returnable before the
clerk of the superior court of Cleveland
county. N. C, at hla office In th* court
bouse of said county an May 7th, 1MI. at
2 o'cluok p m. The defendant will also
take notice that a warrant of attachment
was issued by said clerk oh the 10th day
of April, 1931 snalust the property Of said
defendant which warrant la returnable
before the said clerk at the time and
place above named lor the return of the
summons when and where the defendant
Is required to appear und answer or de
mur lo the complaint or the relief de
manded will be granted.
Tibs the 10th day of April, 1931.
A- M HAMR1C*.
Clerk of Superior Court, ;
Quinn. Hamrick and 11 arris and Bynum
E. Weathers, Attorneys for Pifctattff.
4t April ISe
NOTICE OF FOEECLOitlltE SALE
Under and by virtue of the power of
;;ale contained In lhat certain deed of
trust made by It, Jf. Fonder and wife.
Maltle Ponder to Commercial National
pauk of High Point. Trustee, recorded luj
book Hit) at page 382 of the registry of;
Cleveland county. North Carolina, default
having Iteen made In the payment of the
note thereby scoured and tlio holder
thereof having directed that the deed of
trust he foreclosed, the undersigned trus
tee will offer for sale at the rourt house
door In the city of Shelby, North Caro
lina, at V3 o'clock noon on May 13th, 1931.
and will aril to the highest bidder for
cash, a certain lot or parcel of land in tlie
city of Shelby, Cleveland county’. North
Carolina, and more particularly described
as follows:
Being Joined on the north by an allay,
on the east by J, A, Roberts, on the
south by East Warren street, on the west
by J A. Weaver and lying on the north
side of East Warren street. In the town
of Shelby. N. C,:
Beginning at a stake oe rock on the
north edge of.the estenslon of East War
ren afreet. J, A. Weaver's southeast cor
ner. the said corner' bylng 63 1-3 feet
south *4 deg. 30 min. east from the Inter
section of the north edge of East War
ren el reel with the east edge of Maple
street nnd runs from said Weaver’s cor
ner south 85 deg. 30 min. esst with the
north edge of East Warren street BO feet
to a stake, earner of J. A. Roberts: thencr
with Robert's line north 6 deg. .10 min.
east 175 feet to a stake on the south edge
of a la foot alley; thence with said edge
of said 10 foot alley uorth *5 deg. 30 min.
west 60 feet to a stake, J A. Weaver's
northeast corner;' thence with Weavers
tide south 6 deg. 30 min west 175 feet
to the plage of beginning, the same being
u part of that property conveyed to R. H.
Ponder by J. L. Thomasson by deed re
corded 111 book 3-8 at page 473 and part
uf that property conveyed to R. H, Pon
der by Dr. J. R Osborne and wife by deed
of record hi the office of the registry of
Cleveland aounty. North Carolina. In book
3-W at page 487.
Tills the 13th day of April, 1931. r
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK OF
ItrOH POINT, Trustee.
4t April ISc
lUI STEK S SALE.
Hr urine or the now of sale contained
m three certain deeds oI trust, executed
the J‘Jr(1 liny of August, 1928 and recorded
In hook HU. page 188, and April 18, 192®,
and recorded in book 140. page 10, and
April 15, 1920 and recorded In book 140,
page ll. I will sell to tire highest bidder
at the court house In Shelby, N. p„ on
Saturlay, May 18, I9:il, at 11 o'clock M.
the following described real estate, to
wn;
Lots 24 end 25 of the W M. Wellmon
properly as shown on plat book 2, page
10, and lota 2s and 28 of block, B, and lot*
33 and 24 of block B of the Hoey prop
erty as shown by map In book 1, page ®0,
of (he register's offloe for Cleveland
county, N. c„ reference to which maps aro
hereby made for better description.
Terms Of sale: Cash.
This the 21st day of April, I8JL
B. T. FALLS. Trustee.
4t April 23a
NOTICE OF MALE OF LAND. RESIDENCE
AND CHICKEN FARM.
Under authority conferred by deed of
trust executed by H. McConnell and wife.
Lillian McConnell to 1>. Z. Newton, trus
tee. dated the 2»tli day of April, 183®. and
recorded In book 183 at page J32 of the
registry uf Cleveland county. North Caro
lina. the said trustee will at 12 o'clock
noon on the 30th day of May. 1831, at
the court house door of Cleveland ooun
tv, North Carolina, sell at public auction,
for rash, to the highest bidder, the fal
low tug described property:
Situated Just north of the olty of
Bhslbv. North Carolina, and known at the
McConnell residence and chicken farm
and more particularly described at fol
lows:
Tract No. 1, being a portion of the Joe
E. Blanton home tract and bounded us
follows: Beginning at an Iron stake, the
southeast corner of Oarry Smart's lot
and W. M. Wellmon’s line: thence with
W M Wellmon'a line aoutli 89 degs. 4A
minutes east 583 rest to a stake In a line
between Jo a E. Blanton's home tract and
his w. D Lackey tract, w. M. Wellmon'a
corner; thence with said line between Joe
E. Blanton tract and hie W. D. Lackey
tract north 3 drgs. 15 minutes east 3*6.40
feet to a stske In said line; hence a new
line north 89 degs. 44 minutes west 814 ft.
to a -take, thence a new line south 1
38 minutes west 384.40 feet to the
beginning, containing & acres, more or
less.
Tract No 2, beginning at an Iron stake,
the northeast lamer of Garry Smart a
residence lot end In west line at the S
arre tract. Just 1(H) feet north 1 deg. 38 _
minutes east from the beginning corner
of the 5 acre tract; thence with the t
acre traet; thehce a new line W. g* degc.
44 W. 230 feet to a stake at east edge of
210 feet to a stake at east edge of the
Shelby-Fallston state highway No. 3*:
thence with the east edge of the said
road south 1 deg. 38 mtnutee west 100
feet to a stake g inches of a stone, Oarry
Smarts northeast corner; thence with hie
itno south 89 degs. 44 minutes east am
feet to ttie place of beginning, contaln
tn 21 ooo reet.
This sale is made on nccdunt of de
fault In the payment of the indebtedness
secure it by said deed of trust and ts
subject to all tuxes against tatd property,
also a deed ot trust to the Bhetby Build
ing and Loan association for *8000.00.
This tite 28th day of April, 1831.
D. Z. NEWTON, Trustee.
4t April 18o
SPECIAL LOW ROUND
TRIP FARES
MAY 8, 1931
SHELBY TO
Washington__ $13.00
*Baltimore __$14.00
** Baltimore__ $15.00
Richmond__$9.75
Portsmouth_.... $10.75
Old Point —_$10.75
Virginia Beach_$11.25
*Via Norfolk and Boat.
**Via AU Rail.
Tickets limited May 13.
For information call on
Ticket Agent.
H. E. PLEASANTS, DPA„
Raleigh, N. C.
— SEABOARD —
TOOTS AND CASPER- A M«n To Know.
Ca<5PeR.,the whole country jc,
^TEAMED UP OVER MY PROTEGE, LARRY CHIX1,
Y>jE GFFkR<S HAVE POURED IN <3)NCE HE BEAT
RED CRtCKETT*. ‘SEE? A WHOLE BRIEF CASE
PULL OF THEM . HE'S OFFERED #50,000.°“ TO
BOX IN CLEVELAND =
Your old pal, hoofer. .
7 VM 40IMcj TO 6HOOT\
( SACK. HOME FORA \
\ FEW DAYS, COLONEL , )
) "TO ■SEE MY ‘SWEET- /
heart: ewE 'A
HASNT WRITTEN)
ME ^>NCE t WON
THE FLrHT,
AND 1 WANT
TO FIND OUT
WHAT5 WRpN^l
4IVE ME A LIFT
v I'VEtiOT TO
N—"THURRY
T WAS with a feelin£
OF APPREHENSION THAT
Colonel hoofer, watched the
TRAIN PULL OUT—HE HOW
WISHES HE HAD <5ONE ALC»JL
WITH HIS PROTEGE
WHAT IP SOMETHIN^
Should happen to larry
Chix? the very thought
or it Caused the colonel
TO TREMBLE I
■iii
:r
COLONEL HOOFER OUST TOLD ME I 0U4HT 70
BE PROUD lO KNOW HIM,'TOOT3l- HE SAID FROM
NOW ON EVERY TIME )M INTRODUCED "TO
JSOMEBODY I LL PUT OUT MY HAND AND SAY:
’ SHAKE. THE HAND THAT SHOOK THE HASP
OF COLONEL HOOFER.*®
I ALWAYS KNEW
\THAT MONEY WOUIP
40 TD HIS HEAD!
IF HE SWELLS UP
] MUCH MORE I'LL
(SCRATCH
OFF OF
L1ST1
A Important Patient.
i
LARRY CHI'* TOOK THE
train for me home -town
Vec-TERPAY; CA3PER*
HE HADN'T HEARD FROM
HI'S 4-1RL LATELY AMP
HE WANTS TO FIND OUT
WHAT'S THE TROUBLE1. .
I SUPPOSE TbuR-E
! 'WORRIED FOR FEAR
THAT SOMETHING
WILL HAPPEN TO .
HIM, COL. HOOFEHr,
HE'S HER SWEET
HEART, BUT HE'S
Your meal-ticket
Tj5
t WE 40T A LOT OP COmoACTgT
REACt JFOR me> <ai^NATORE/
AND I BELIEVE IN BTRIWIN^
WELL,
ILL NEVER
6,0 IN "THAT
BEAUTY
7 I COULDN'T 4rET WAITED
UPON! t THE. MAMlCUHiOT W/X5»
DUT= THE HAIR-DRE^ER. WA<3
,OOT AND *>0 WAE> "THE 4IBL WHO
4lVE<5 ME MY
facial^'. they
WERE ALL
OVER BY A
Patient in <^ome
6>ANl7AR.iUM—
You PONT NEEP
ANY FIVIN4 up,
~fOOT6>! YOU'RE
announcement!
‘irtJPHiE HOOFER K?
REAI^TO LEAVE THE
SANITARIUM WHERE SHg
HAP HER RACE REMODEL
ED BY A PLASTIC
SUR&EOM F»VE VflBffll
a4ou
WoJpnT
COL
    

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