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EXECUTOR 3 NOTICE
Having qualified at executor of the last
»W and testament of D. J. Allen, deceas
ed tare of Cleveland county, North Caro
lina, thte Is to notify all persons navlno
claims against the estate of said i ereasefl
to exhibit them, properly Verified to the
undersigned execuor at R, F. D, 7. Shel
Waj^^a °-r- ■b®for?- ,h* r!*htft o[
or thle aiotlce will be plcudrd
In bar of thetr recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please make
This May 7, l»31
J. LANDRUM ALLEN, Kxecutor of
the Last WU1 and Testament of D
i Allen. 8t May Sc
Oh as, A. llurrus, Atty.
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pithln * few minute* by soothing,
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fronrthe start while It continue* its
beallng action. Don't delay. Act In
nine to avoid a dangerous and cost.
Ir_operation. Try Dr. Nixon's China
told under our tuarantee~to~ satisfy
Completely end be worth
Che small coet or jour money back*
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<t«M than of high
MIIUONS OF POUNDS USED
BY OU« GOVERNMENT
SPECIAL LOW ROUND
JUNE 5. 1931
Atlanta --- 5 $ 8.00
Birmingham 8 $10.00
New Orleans _» 10 $23.00
Savannah_7 $ 8.00
Tampa --12 $23.50
Miami-w 12 $26.00
Havana_... 19 $50.75
Rates to many other
Florida and Gulf Coast
Attractive optional rout
es in Florida.
Stop-over allowed at Jack
sonville and all Florida
For information call on
H. E. PLEASANTS, 1)I’A,
RALEIGH. N. C.
"IF I got constipated,
* X would get dizzy
and have swimming
la my head. I would
hart Tory severe
"J'or a while I
thought X wouldn’t
be X £ould wear out
the headaches; but I
found they were
Wearing me out.
"I found Black
Draught would re
lieve this, so when I
have the very first
symptoms, I take
now X don’t have the
"I am a firm be
liever In Black
Draught, and after
using it 20 or more
years, X am satisfied
to continue its use.’*
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1 MEDFORD S
Toluca And Knob
! Another Heavy K»!n Tuesday. Ail
Day Service At Big IIIIL Slng
<Special to The Star.)
Toluca. May 27.—'The farmers In
this community sure are getting
blue over so much rain,. Another
gulley sweeper, the heaviest one
yet, came on last Tuesday evening.
It looks os if the crops and land
are all going to wash away.
The senior B. Y. P. U. enjoyed a
social at the home of Miss Edith
Ledford on last Saturday night.
Among those present were Misses
Ruth Costner, Mlttie and Florence
Sain, Inez Propst, Vangle Beagle,
Nora Costner, Male and Faiuue
Mostella, Vertle Smith, and Mel
vlna Lackey, Messrs. Fred and Del
mar Propst, Sam Sain, Edwin and
Leslie Seagle, Dixon Smith, Wayne
and Roy Carpenter, Evert Lutz,
Robert Porter, Maunie Willis,;
Dwight Sain, A. B. Roberts, Yates |
Carpenter, O'du.s Cline, Vernon
Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cook.
Many interesting games were
played after which all were Invited
Into the-dining room where refresh
ments were served consisting of cake
and ice cream,
A large crowd was present for me
morial and preaching at St. Peters
on last Sunday, also a lot from the1
community attended the sermon at j
Knob Creek Sunday morning at 11
o’clock delivered by Miss Dora Willis,
She did excellent and bids fair to
make a great speaker.
Mrs. A. T. Mull who Is home from
the Lincoln hospital is Improving
Miss Clara Williams of Fallston
spent the week-end with Miss Min-1
Misses Florence Sain and Melvtna
Lackey of Lincoln county spent last
Saturday night with Miss Fannie
Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Boyles of
Lincoln county spent Saturday night j
with Mrs. Boyles’ father, Mr. A. c.
Miss Inez Propst spent 'several
days the past week with Miss Nellie
Yaney of Catawba county.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Yarbro and
children. Catherine, Estelene and
Pierre Yarbro and Mr. and Mrs
Bill Brittain and children, all of
Morganton, attended the memorial
at Vernon and were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. G Yarbro Bun
Wayne Carpenter spent last week
at the home of his .uncle and aunt.
Max Cline near Maiden. _ ~i
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Davis of
Rockdale were dinner guests and
spent the afternoon at the homo of
their daughter, Mrs. M. S. Boyles
and Mr. Boyles,
Mrs. 8. A. Sain and son. ThaxterJ
spent last Satwday at the home of
her sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hoyle
of Burke county.
There will be all day service at
Big Hill on the first Sunday In
June. Honte coming and memorial
dinner In picnic style.
The South Mountain Baptist as
sociation singing convention-will be
held at Wilkes Grove on next Sun
day, May 31.
' FOR JOB PRINTING OF ALL
KINDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
CERTIFICATE OF DI8SOIXTION
State of North Carolina,
Department Of State.
To Ail to Whom These Presents May
Whereas, It appears to my satisfaction,
by duly authenticated record of the pro
ceedings for the voluntary dissolution
thereof by the unanimous consent of ell
the stockholders, deposited hi my office,
that the stony Point Mutual Light and
Power company, a corporation of this
state, whose principal office is situated at
R F D. No. 1 in the town of Shelby,
county of Cleveland, state of North Caro
lina <2. V. Cline being the agent therein
and in charge thereof, upon whom pro
cess may be served), has complied with
the requirements of chapter as. Consoli
dated Statutes, entitled ‘‘Corporation# “
preliminary to the Issuing of this certifi
cate of dissolution:
Now therefore, I. J A. Hartness. sec
retary Of etate of Notth Carolina, do
hereby certify that the satd corporation
did. on he 28th day of April, 1931, file in
my office a duly executed and attested
consent in writing to the dissolution of
said corporation,'’ executed by all the
stockholders thereof, which satd consent
ana the record of the proceedings afore
S4ild ,!r! ?ow. on fll» ln n’3' s»'d office as
provided by law.
In testimony whereof, I have hereto set
my hand and affixed my official seal at
Raleigh, this S8th day of April, A. D„
1. A. HARTNESS, Secretary of State
_ 4t May lie
WEEK END TRIP
Round Trip Tickets
FARE and ONE FIFTH
Retween all Stations.
On Sale: FRIDAY. SAT
URDAY and SUNDAY
Return Limit: TUESDAY
Take a train ride and
visit your Friends.
“SAFER THAN STAYING
Around Our TOWN
By KENN L)1MJM.
•: S-»»-ssfcJ We’re alumt to let you In on the Inside of something.
A news article in The Star Informs that no woman has ever served
on the jury in Cleveland county. Then the article goes ahead to explain
that we've had no feminine Jurors because the commissioners have never
placed the names’of women voters on the jury list. That's not the rea
son, and, a la Chic Sale, we’ll tell you why: No woman has ever served on
a Jury in Cleveland county because very few women in the county would
be willing to sit and do all the listening while a flock of lawyers did all
the arguing. Jurors can't talk back and the women are not going to to
told what to do without saying a few things themselves.
And who blames them? (Certainly, none of us married men.)
‘A COLLEGE BOY WOULD START
SOMETHING LIKE THIS.
Just about the time this corner ran out of the commodity we vainly
refer to as Ideas along came a letter from a Duke university reader. He
Is after starting a few new'contcsts to take the place of the Miss Shelby
contest. But, boy, Just wait until you get home and the girls, who haven't
been nominated yet and still hope to, get hold of- you. Anyway, one of
his proposed contests should start something—maybe a duel or a regular
alley war. But here's the letter, do your own grading:
Several weeks ago you published a "long name" some of the
Cleveland county farmers were having trouble with, so I'd suggest
as you amble across the square some time you try this on your
piccolo, "Dihydroxydiaamldoarsenobenzol.” In case you don't rec
ognise It, It Is the old reliable "60fl.”
Now since the beauty contest Is over let’s have another that will
create some more excitement. The following should draw a small
crowd at least:
fl) What lawyer has ever won an argument at home?
<2> Who owes the biggest grocery bill in town?
13) What married man has been seen In more places -.
Well, finish It yourself for you can run faster than I.
We told Wallace Wade to save you one of those seats on the
big trip to California in 1933. However, keep your bag packed for
we might go In 1932.
Toss this in the waste basket for that Is what what we do
with The Star, after we have read It twice. What is the big Idea
of leaving "Around Our Town" out of the paper evet^ once In
awhile? Don’t you know we'have to have our vitamin A. S.
'Apple Sauce) three times per week? Do you know what "Hoover
Prosperity” means? It is the French for "patched pants." But
don't tell H. Clay Cox for lie might cut off ©ur supply of free air
about better business.
"So long, B,”
Perhaps you knew tills; we didn’t: A scientist has finally succeeded
In breeding odorless skunks.
Next, thing you know they'll invent some kind of tonic that will
make us smile when we seo a bill collector coming. Or be selling a drink
at the? soda fountains that will make us dash over to the court house and
pay our taxes—and wonder why they are not more.
WATCH HIM COME HOPPING
HOME, RAMBUN’ BlIX
T'other night a special delivery messenger left a small box on this
colyum’s front door step. The top of the box contained a number of
small air holes and beside the perforations was written: "A live horned
toad. Compliments of the Arizona desert. Ramblin’ Bill, Phoenix."
Somehow, being by nature kindhearted towards dumb brutes, ani
mals, and other dumb people, we had an Idea the poor critter needed
something to eat after the long trip from Arizona to North Carolina.
Not knowing what tidbits horned toads are fond of, we carried him into
the backyard, dumped him in the garden and tried to get the bllnklng
eycd cactus-jumper of the desert to take on a meal of chicken hash and
water. He backed away from both. <Then we ducked him In the water
and he hlppity-hopped behind a bbsh and hid. Since then he hasn’t
been seen. Maybe by now he’s back in Arizona asking Bill why he sent
him to a place where folks don’t know that a horned toad eats bugs
and insects, doesn’t know what water }s, and would rather sleep in a sand
pile than In a feather bed: in fact, will sleep nowhere else.
The next day there came a letter from Ramblin’ Bill, telling how his
young son caught the toad, and had It sent back to his dad’s native
state. The letter also Informs that the toad should be placed la a box
of sand and given a barbecue of dead flies and insects until he could get
acclimated. But the poor toad—perhaps a great grandson of the one
that slept for 50 years In the cornerstone of a Texas court house—
couldn’t be found high or low.
If he’ll only come back, we’ll be glad to get up the files and sand for
him. But we have a sneaking lclca, somehow, that we re going to wake up
some night and find that toad in bed with us, prodding our bare feet
with his horns to get even for the poor reception given him in this al
leged section of hospitality and latchstrlngs swinging on the outside.
Shelby Short*: Sheriff Allen has a fox dog he calls "Hoover,’' and he
Is said to be better at catching Reynards than his godfather was In
catching votes—In 1938 .... Grover Rollins Is getting up material on
the slaying In 1911 of Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon In upper Cleveland coun
ty for a detective magazine story .... Pete Webb, brilliant young Shelby
golfer, Is an expert pool shot and was a corking good baseball player
while he was in school .... In a Shelby boarding house, we hear, two or
three young men slipped Into the room of another young man, carried
out his face powder box, emptied the powder out, filled It with flour and
placed it back In his room. He didn't know about the change until a week
or tw’o later when he was told of the prank. That ought to be an idea
for the Eagle Roller mills. Think of an ad reading like this “Use Isaac
Shelby four after shaving to maintain that school boy complexion. Your
best girl will grumble no more about your rough face" .... Says a read
er: "That colyum mimicking McIntyre makes me think you are a country
boy who came to town and did NOT make good" .... Give us a break,
buddy. You see McIntyre has been more fortunate In that he has more
bright boys like you contributing scintillating little morsels.
NOW YOU TELL ONE,
AND YOU AND YOU
A number of years ago—we may get shot for telling this one—Mr.
John R. Dover and the late J. A. Anthony were invited to a rural Cleve
land county church to make talk*. They took with them their 14-year
old sons. Toms Dover and Graham Anthony, both of whom were typical
boys, packed with energy and unable to sit still long at a time In church
or anywhere else. While their dads were speaking the two boys had a
big time playing about outside.
After returning home Mr. Dover desired to give the boys a lesson
about their conduct. He chose this method: Sitting down he changed
his handwriting and wrote letters to himself and Mr. Anthony. In the
letters, posing as one of the members of the church where they spoke,
he informed Messrs. Dover and Anthony that while they were speaking
their two sons were cutting up outside. "You came down here and told us
how to live and bring up our children," the letter reads, "but seems as If
you could try out some of your advice on >our own children." The next
day over came Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, muchly worried about the rebuke
given them about the behavior of their boys. Mr. Dover did not tell them
any better and that he wrote the letter until several days later. The boys
were not told where the letters came from until they were 31, but there
after when they went a-visiting other churches, they went inside and
found seats. <>
* News Of Interest
Dr. Aydolette Home From Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Hulsey Have New
(Special to The Star.)
Earl. May 28.—We are glad to
note that Dr. J. P. Aydolette is at
home again after spending several
days at the Shelby hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hulsey an
nounce the birth of a son, A. L., Jr.,
Friday, May 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Durham Jones and
children, of the Golden Valley town
ship, spent the week-end with his
father, Mr. J. P. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and
children, of Charlotte, were guests
Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Ay
Mr. M. A. Francis and children of
Hickory were the gupsts Sunday
afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Everette Allison and
family moved Thursday near Chim
ney Rock. The community regrets
very much to lose this young cou
Mrs. Ralph Callahan of Shelby
[spent the week-end as guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wylie.
Mrs. C. T. Berryman of Pender
grass, Ga.. is spending some time
with her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Hul
Mr. A. O. Diincan spent Wednes
day night at Rutherfordton with
1 Mrs. G. F. McGee and "children
of Rock Hill, S. c. spent Tuesday
night with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Green had as
| their guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Oreen, of Camden, s. C., Mr.
and Mrs. Vick Green and. daugh
ter, of Gastonia, and Mr. Cranford
Morris of Kings Mountain.
Safety movements are having a
Rood effect. We read that only one
person was Injured while playing
ping pong last year.
How One Woman
Lost 47 Lbs.
In 3 Months and
Feels Years Younger
Mrs. S. A. Solomon of New Bern,
N. C„ lost 47 lbs. in 3 months with
Kruschen Salts. She reduced from
217 to 170 lbs. She feels much
stronger, years younger and pains
In sides, back and abdomen that
bothered her for years are all gone.
She says she not only feels better
but looks better as all her friends
“I shall never be without Krus
chen Salts, will never cease taking
my dally dose and more than glad
to highly recommend It for the
great good that Is In it.”
A bottle of Kruschen Salts that
lasts 4 weeks costs but 85 cents at
Stephenson Drug Ca and druggists
the world over. Take one half tea
spoonful in a glass of hot water
every morning before breakfast.
Attention to diet will help—cut
out pastry and fatty meats—go light
on potatoes, butter, cream and sug
ar—-the Kruschen way Is the safe
way to lose fat. Try one bottle and
If not joyfully satisfied—money
Havln qualified as administrator ol the
estats of Mrs. L. C, P. HamrtrV. deceas
ed. late of Cleveland tounty, North Caro
lina. this Is to notify all persons haring
; claims against the estate of said deceas
ed to exhibit them to the undersigned at
1 Shelby, N. C. on or before the 1st day of
May. 1932, or this notice will be pleaded
In bar of their recovery Ail persons In
debted to said astate will please males
This April 29th, 1931
PRANK L. HOYLE, Admmlsrator of
the Estate of Mrs. L. C. P. Hamrick,
dno. P. Mull. Atty - Ct May lc
News Of Interest
High Efficiency B. Y. P. U. Mem
bers. Birthday Party. Honor
(Special to The Star.)
Zoar, May 27.—The following
members of our B. Y. P. U. reach
ed the highest point of efficiency
by averaging 100 percent during the
month of April and we wish to pub
lish their names as honor members:
Group 1—Mrs. E. J. Cralne and Co
rinne McSwaln; group 2—Delta
Ware, Mr, Eate Warren, Lyman
Humphries and Phocian Bohela;
group 3— Esley Barnett, Chalmer
Hamrick and Mary Sue Bell; group
4—Elizabeth Putnam and OHie Mae
The honor roll for the Junior boys
class of our Sunday school for
March and April Is as follows: How
ard Sisk, Herman Allen and Thos.
Mr. Garland McEntyre who has
been working on the railroad is
spending some time at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mo-1
Miss oertruae street spent the
week-end visiting In Beaver Dam
Mrs. Lottie Dedmon and son and
daughter of Buffalo were guests of
Mrs. F. F. Po6ton Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Humphries of
Polk county have moved Into the
community. We extend to them a
Mr. Dan Davidson of livens City,
Oeorgla, was a guest at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Alien and
family attended the memorial serv
ices at Poplar Springs Baptist
The many friends of Miss Irene
Allen pleasantly surprised her Sat
urday evening by giving her a
birthday party. A large number of
young people were present and all
reported an enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Broadus McEntyre
and farqily of Patterson Springs
community were week-end guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Mr. Billie Poston spent the week
end at the home of his uncle, Mr.
W. C. Putnam,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Champion and
mother of South Shelby were guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char
lie Warren Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Putnam spent
Sunday visiting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Hicks in the High
Mr. and Mrs. Collea Stroup of
Charlotte were welcomed guests of
their brother and sister, Mr. Cam
eron Putnam and Mrs, Crawford
Whisnant Friday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Spake and
family motored to Lenoir Sunday.
Miss Grace Cantrell, who is in
training at the Shelby hospital was
a caller at the home of her sister.
Mrs. Clyde Putnam Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Cham
pion of South Shelby visited Mrs.
F. F. Poston Tuesday afternoon.
We are glad to state that little
Jack Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Bell is able to be up again after an
attack of pneumonia.
Mr. Willie Hamrick, Mr. Everette
and Ray Moud Hamrick motored to
Grassy Pond, S. C., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hamrick and
family spent the week-end in Gas
tonia visited Mrs. Hamrick's par
ents who live there.
FREE, NEW HIGHWAY
map of Cleveland county
showing the 793 miles of road*
to be taken over by the state
under the new road bill. You
can get one of these maps by
paying $1 or more on your
subscription to The Star, tfp
We Accept Money On Certificate And
Pay 6% Interest.
PAYABLE OR COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY.
We Loan Money on Good Endorsement or First Mort
gage Payable in Weekly or Monthly Payments.
8% Cumulative Preferred Stock and Common B. Stock
May be Obtained at Par ($100) per Share, by Applying
at Our Office.
Non-Taxable and Non-Assessable.
Three Years Without Missing a Quarterly Dividenu.
Three Years Without a Loss.
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When in need of FACE OR COMMON BRICK write us,
or phone 75m, Mt. Holly, N. C. With our fleet of trucks,
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FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
KENDRICK BRICK & TILE CO.
. MOUNT HOLLY, N. C.
THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES
WILL BE PAID NEXT WEEK:
HEAVY HENS. 13c
LEGHORN HENS_ 11<
COLORED BROILERS ( lbs. and up).25c
LEGHORN BROILERS (2 lbs. and up) ..22c
COLORED BROILER (2 lbs. and up).25c
GEESE .. lbc
F. B. ROPP, Manager
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SHELBY, N. C.
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