"The golden-slinned grapefruit If
beautiful to look at," says an artist
But It is the Juice inside that gen
erally catches the eye.—Passing
Having qualified as executor of the laal
am and testament of D. J. Allen, deceas
ed late of Cleveland county, North Caro
lina. thla la to notify all persons having
Claims against the estate of said i eceased
to exhibit them, properly verified, to th«
undersigned execuor at B. F. D. 7. Shel
by, N. C-, on or before the eighth day ol
May. MIS, or Dili notice will be pleadec
In bar of their recovery. All persons In
lebted to said estate will please mak<
This May 7. 19.11.
J. LANDRUM ALLEN. Executor ol
Mm Last Will and Testament of D
J. Allen. «t May »c
ffhag. A. Burrui, Atty.
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WEEK END TRIP
Round Trip Tickets
FARE and ONE FIFTH
Between all Stations.
On Sale: FRIDAY, SAT
URDAY and SUNDAY
Return Limit: TUESDAY
Take a train ride and
visit your Friends.
“SAFER THAN STAYING
Round Trip Fares
June 19, 1931
xBaltimore u_ $15.00
"Via Norfolk and Boat.
xVia All Rail.
Tickets limited June 24.
For information call on
H. E. Pleasants,
D.P.A. Raleigh, N. C.
time you are out
of fix as the result of *
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movement, try Thedford’e
Black-Draught for the re
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thousands of people who take it
intendent in Pulaski, Va, ^y,;
"When I get con
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feal hungry and I know teat I
naad something to deans# my
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Wa have found it a great help.”
8M to 25-ctnt packages.
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Events Of Week
Warllrlcs Attend Commencement.
Gardens Produce Green Beans.
Mrs. Walker Dead.
(Special to The Star.)
Belwood, June 10.—Mr. and Mrs
W. C. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Warliclt and daughter, Miss
Mable attended the commencement
at High Point college last week.
Mr. Ralph Brackett spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Brackett.
A large crowd from this commun
ity attended the funeral of Mr.
Charles Eskridge at 8helby Tues
Born recently to Mr. and Mrs
Paul Wellmon, a dainty daughter.
• Mr. and Mrs. 'William Ledbetter
and Mrs. T. C. Oreen and sons,
Messrs. Odls and Oscar spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Yates
Lemons of Sharon.
Miss Mary Lou Warllck Is spend
ing several days with Misses Vivian
and Doris Martin.
Mr. Pink Wellmon who has been
in the Llncolnton hospital for some
time was able to return home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Elkins enter
tained a number of their relatives
Sunday with a barbecue dinner.
Among those attending were Dr. and
Mrs. Walter Lackey, Mrs. Ambrose
Cline, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lackey,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lackey and
children. Dr, and Mrs. A. A. Lackey
and son, Austin, Jr., all of Pallston,
Mr. and Mrs. B, P. Peeler and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peeler.
Several from this community at
tended the funeral of Mrs. BUI Wal
ker at Reeps Grove, June 1.
Among those reporting new gar
den beans are Mesdames Noah Hub
bard, Geo. Martin, Ellie White and
Mrs. S. L. Gantt.
Mr. Wellington Martin spent the
week-end with his grandparents,
'Mr. and Mrs. Pate Martin pf Fall
ston. v '
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.
Paul Cline and Mr, Cline of Lawn
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Buff and
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Dayberry and children spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. W. W.
Mr. J. T. Melton of Glen Alpine
is spending several days with his
cousin, Mr. Harry Peeler.
| Mesdames Henry Stamey, S. A.
; Peeler and daughter, Miss Dorothy
■Peeler and Mrs. Noah Hubbard and
son, Mr. J. A. attended the mis
sionary meeting at Belmont Tues
Misses Ruth Tillman and Elva
Richard, nurses at the State hospi
tal of Morgantop spent a few days
this week with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Tillman and Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Richard,
j Mr. aad Mrs. George Martin and
children spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Fate Martin of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith visited
Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Smith of Fali
ston Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bynum Chapman
of Llncolnton spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A Chicago man has been invited
by Russia to help plan her cities.
It Just goes to prove that Chicago
is better than we think it is, or
Russia worse.—American Lumber
Wilkins’s submarine can bore
through thirty feet of Ice. A trip on
it would be great training for a so
cial climber.—Wichita Eagle.
LIQUID OR TABLETS
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Tax payers must list
their property for
county taxes. Fail
ure to do so involves
a penalty which can
not be escaped. See
the tax lister in the
township in which
you own property
and give in your real
and personal prop
erty at once.
R. L. WEATHERS,
Around Our TOWN
By RENN DRUM.
This department's telephone Jangled yesterday and a well known
young business woman of the city wanted to know "If Shelby Is going to
sit around and be called a country town?”
She quoted The Greensboro News as saying that business houses In
all cities closed one afternoon each week during the summer months and
that only small towns failed to do so. She desired to know If we couldn't
do something about It. 8\lre, this Is our howl against having Shelby
classed as a tank town or a whistle stop on a branch railroad.
THIS 'N' THAT. WISE
“The vine-covered well out at the Buffalo cotton mill at Stubbs, re
cently referred to In your column, Is really a rose-covered well,” Informs
a reader, "and the roses are now In bloom”.Fans of the bewitch
ing Geman talkie star will appreciate this comment by Oraham Wyer:
"Clara Bow, the ‘It’ girl, retires from the screen, but the movies will
always have a girl with 'them' so long as Marlene Dietrich keeps work
ing” .... This weather reminds Deputy Ed Dixon that he once caught
a 20-pound fish In the Catawba river near Marlon. Let's go dig some
worms .... Oovernor Gardner can't play golf any better than he did
before he was governor . . . Neither can we. Ahd speaking of golf, Judge
Yates Webb is the only Shelby golfer who ever made a hole in one on an
Our scout# report that a number of elderly men about Shelby are
now trying to dig up proof that they fought for the Confederacy, the
BUdden desire to be classed as veterans being Inspired by reports that a
fealf pint of honeet-to-goodnaw bottled-in-bond whiskey is given each
veteran every day of the annual reunion.
REMEMBER WAY BACK
The first electric street sign In Shelby was erected 17 years ago by
the Odd Fellows.
The first cotton bloom of the year in 1914 was reported June 24 by
W. C. Surratt.
That was the year that Dewitt Quinn came back to Shelby from
Henrietta and started rolling pins for Kendall's drug store.
W. B. Nix started off all of his store "ads" In those days with the line
"Big Nix offers-”
Odus Moore, now editor of The Laurlnburg exchange, was operating
a shoe store in Gastonia .. . J. Lawrence Lackey fan a grocery store
.Max Gardner was captain of company G.Enos Beam was
with the engineering corps in the Hawaiian islands . . . . R. T. LeGrand
had Just moved to Shelby to become superintendent of the Shelby Cotton
mUls.Peyton McSwaln won the freshman debating medal at Caro
lina 17 years ago. And another Shelby boy, Marion Ross, won.lt the
pievlous year .... Robert Lee Armour, of Davidson, had accepted a posi
tion with the J. L, Suttle company. R. M. Gldney had Just succeeded
Gordon Murray as county farm agent.
Who would a’thought It?
Shelby Shorts: Alderman Wyeth Royster has a new automobile . . . .
One of the few Franklin automobiles still to be seen in this section la
driven by County Manager A. E. Cline .... Remember how Just four or
five years ago we believed that by this time there wouldn't be a single
vacant lot on Eastfield Road In Cleveland Springs Estates? ...... A
late afternoon picnic at Chapel's Bend Is being planned for the boys who
come back home for the home coming fair week. Wonder how many
know how Chapel's Bend got Its name?.Ever see O. M. Suttle, W
A. Pendleton, J. R. Dover and R. E. Campbell without a cigar?_’.At
the Piedmont cafe there is a “family table” of bachelors where matri
mony frequently breaks in and takas one of the family. The last was
Horace Kennedy. The n«|tt, If any?-Wonder If the man who start
ed popslckles Is making as much out of them as did the Inventor of
Build With Brick
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we can make quick deliveries to jobs, savins: freight and
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MOUNT HOLLY, N. C.
We are of the sincere opinion that
your estate cannot be administered
so carefully, so efficiently, or so de
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Let Us Describe Our Trust Plans To
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fHE STAR EKKY OTHER DAY S2.SD PER YEAR
double Shoals News
Of the Current Week
Child Swallows a Jack Stone. Meth
odist Revival Underway. Man
Gets Arm Cut.
(Special to The Star.)
Double Shoals, June 8.—Sunday
was a good day for the Sunday
school at the Baptist church. A
Targe crowd was present.
The revival began Sunday night
at the Methodist church with the
pastor Rev. E. E. Snow of Fallston
doing the preaching. Services will
begin each night at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Leland Royster arrived home
last week from Furman university
to spend the summer with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Royster.
He will teach the adult ladles class
in Sunday school this summer.
Old Mr. Stork passed through this
community last week and stopped at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plato
Champion and left a big boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Wright and
mother spent the week-end in Shel
by visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lankford
spent the week-end in Shelby visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stroup.
Mr. Raleigh Champion cut his arm
on a broken window glass last week
while working in the mill. It was
necessary to have a doctor take
some stitches in it.
Little Kathleen Champion sev
eral days ago while playing with
some jack stones had one In her
mouth and swallowed one. She has
suffered no pain.
Master D. W. Towery and sister,
Marie, spent the week-end in Lawn
dale visiting their grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. ShAman Brackett.
Mr. Evans Lankford and family
spent Sunday p. m. at Shelby visit
Mr. Sherrill Eskfldge and sister,
Muriel, and Miss Vangie Peeler vis
ited Miss Minnie Mull at Toluca last
Miss Orace Champion spent the
week-end with Miss Grace Peeler.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stroup of
Shelby spent Sunday night with
Mrs. Stroup's parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Miss Captolla King of Weavervllle
spent the week-end with Miss Pay
The whooping cough Is still ©n
the go In the community. The chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Span
gler, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cornwell,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Costner have
recently Joined the whooping club.
Mr. and Mrs. Tates Sperling of
Waco were visitors in the commun
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Spangler at
tended the funeral of Mr. Neal at
Patterson Springs Sunday p. m.
THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES
WILL BE PAID NEXT WEEK:
LEGHORN HENS_ '
COLORED BROILERS (2 lbs. and up)
LEGHORN BROILERS (2 lbs. and up) . ""I
BROILERS (under 2 lbs.)_
F. B. ROPP, Manager
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SHELBY, N. C.
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