The regulsr »nnu*l meeting of the
stockholders of the South Shelby Building
and Loan Association will be held In the
office of the asaoclation on July 18th.
1931 at 7:10 pm. Tbii July ith. 1131
J. r. ROBERTS. Secy -Trrts
Notice ts hereby given that we have till
day qualified aa executrixes of the »Ui
of R. P. Roberts, late of Cleveland coun
ty, N. C.. and all persons having claim*
agatntt eald estate are hereby notified tu
present them to ue properly proven for
payment on or before June 11th. 1932, oi
this notice will be pleaded In bar of thel>
recovery. All persona Indebted to said es
tate will make Immediate payment to thr
undersigned This Juns llih, 1931.
MAMIE C HAM BRIGHT. EDITH S
HAMBR1GHT. Executrixes of the
will of R. P. Roberts, dee d.
R. L. Hyburn, Atty. St June 19c
NOTIC E TO CREDITORS.
North C«rolin». Cleveland County,
Befora A. B. C. De Priest, Justice of the
In the matter of Floss!* Calvert.
Flossie Calvert of said county atwl slat*
having filed her petition before the under
i.igned lor her personal properly r\i mo
tion, this Is to nottfv all tha creditors of
the said Mottle Calvert that •>,, • I
petition will be hoard at my office In No.
a township, Cleveland coumy, u„ i.,c ....
day of Docember, lltlll, at Id o cluck .. m.,
whan and where, It they shall appear,
they may ha heard.
Dated thll iTth dey of June, 103!.
A. B. C. DvPPLEhT, Justice of the
Peace. it Juno lOp
Under peerer of sale contained In dred
of trust executed by Holland Eskridge on
; he 38th day of May, 103*. said deed of
truft being of record tn the registry of
Cleveland county. North Carolina, in
book >3« at page 318, 1 aa trustee will
offer for sale, for cash, at public auction,
at 1] M.. July 37, 1931, at the court house
door tn Bhafby. Cleveland county, North
Carolina, tha following described loi of
Lot nuiuber I tn block P tn the Cleve
land Borings Estate as shown by plat of
same made May lsih by 8. P. Baird, en
gineer. and recorded In the office of the
register of deeds for Cleveland county, in
husk of plate No. 3 at page 33. to which
slat and record rafarenoa Is made for a
further description of same as shown on
raid plat Is hereby made a part of tins
deed: Bald lot Is situated on the west
side of Westfield Road and has a front
age of (to feet and extends back ITS feet
The aforesaid aale Is made because of
default in the payment of the indebted
ness secured by the said deed of trust.
This June 3sth. 1931
O. a. ANTHONY. Trustee
it June 3Bc
TRUSTEE'S RALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Under and by virtu* of tn* authority
eonialned in that certain deed of trust.
exeeutetLby A. C. Beam and wile. Mar
guerite h"km to the undersigned trustee,
•aid deed of trust being dated January i.
1930 and recorded In the office of the reg
ister of deeds tor Cleveland county. N. i\,
in book No. 308 at page 13, securing an
indebtedness to the Shelby and Cleveland
County Building and loan association,
* nd default having been made In.. the
payment of said Indebtedness, and being
requested to sell aaid property I will on
Monday, August 3rd. 10*1
at 13 b elook, noon, or within legal hours
at tha court house door In Shelbr. N. c
sell to the highest bidder for cash at
public auction that certain lot of land
lying and being In No 6 township,
Cleveland county. N. C , and bounded as
That lot lying and being In the town oi
Waco, N C. end on the east aide ol
South Main street and described by metes
and bounds as follows
Baginning at a stake on the east side of
South Main street and runs (hence N 38
K 38 poles to a stake in the old line,
thence 8. Si E. 78 poles to a stake, a new
corner; thence a. Si W. 38 poles to a
•take, »n the east edge of South
Mam street; thence with the east edge ol
the said street N Si W. 90 feet to (he
beginning and being a part of that lot
which VMM conveyed to A. C. Beam by
David P. Dellinger commlsdloner by deed
dated December 13th, 191# and recorded
tn the office of the register of deeds for
Cleveland eountv, N. C. In book of deeds
FEE at page 38#
This July Snri 1931
JNO. P. MULL, Trustee
it July 3e
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SUTTEES DKUG STORE.
"My work is confining,
and often I eat hurriedly,
causing me to have indi
gestion. Gas wiii form
and I will smother and
have pains in my chest.
"I had to be careful
what I ate, but after
someone had recom
and X found a small
pinch after meals was so
helpful, I soon was eat
ing anything I wanted.
"Now when I feel the
least smothering or un
comfortable bloating, X
take a pinch of Black
Draught and get relief."
—cry4. V*o*rm. 1* Oilppy 8U
sold tn 364 peckacw. |jn
•ro run-down. a*r>
crory month, ahould
Food for f>T«r |» y«ot».
flat rock news
-We had a right bad wind storm
last night W'htch turned over yore
corry spondent's smoke house, but
as there wassent annything In It,
noboddy got hurt. It allso damaged
the sehool house annex, as It blow
er! a tree-over on same and mashed
In the teecher's setting plnce on
her rostum, but school had been
Qut 5 weeks.
-crops Is showing some progress
and mr. brown's cotton has growed
so fast he suck-seeded in getting
a second mortgage on same sadday
to fix his ford up and get a num
ber with, and him and his fambly
worshipped over at cedar lane and
taken dinner with his married dar
ter whose husband has not been
heard from since he got his bonus.
_hon. Jake smith, our local leg
islator who reppersents this coun
ty along with some others, who
ain't got no more sense than he
says that taxes won't go down un
less our state can get a deller ga
tion itke him that will set on the
lid of the state treasure and turn
off the sap suckers and abollUsh
about two-thirds of all offlses now
afflicting the state, he cleared 206$
at the last, genral ass sembiy.
„.-.-the frogs in the swamp back of
town has comments to chirp all
night and the mayor has benn pe
tishioned to drain the pond so'a
folks can sleep when they go to
bed ansoforth this frog blzness
has benn an eye sore for years and
years and every new town counsel
we have promises to drain same
befoar they get eleckted, but as
soon as they cintck their Jobs, they
claim that no monney is in the
treasure and that ends it,
We have 2 cases of verry sad'
sickness in our mist at pressent.
mr. owen moore was struck down
with the roomy-tism in martch andj
the nabors had to put in his crop
and as soon as they got same in,
his wife ketched the hooping coff
at a quilting and she coffs so mutch,
she can't bend over the stove to do
the cooking, so the nabors is doing
that for her. evrryboddy wonders
why she diddent ketch the hooping
coff when she was young so's it
woulddent hurt he so bad, as it Is
a child's dissease.
....presetting will be hell as usual
at rehober next Sunday und the
pasture has posted his texx on the
black board on the left of the front
steps to same and it will be—"re
pent befoar it is ever lastingly too
late." that Is the trouble with most
of us, we put off repenting till the
doctor comes the last time, and
manny have gone on to thetr re
wards without repenting at all. and
that Is bad everyboddy invited,
mike Clark, rfd.
our little town was shocked
this morning when news began to
spread around that mrs. aggie tatc
was carried to the hosspittle to
have her addy nolds cut out. site;
diddent know that she had them
so bad till she trlde to sing a duet
In church last Sunday and found
out that most of her voice come!
thru her nose, and then she chose
the opperatlng table ansoforth.
....a freak egg was laid by one of
mrs. judie smith's hens while site
was gone to the pitcher show
which was running—" how to man
nage your husband” and as soon
as she saw the said egg, she fetch
ed it to the stoar and when it was]
looked at by a miker seppe, it
showed a fence running around a
graveyard full of tombstones and
she Is now afraid that it foretells
the death of a loved one so far
TacsTer.'s sale or real estate.
Under mud by virtue of the authority
contained In that certain deed of trust,
executed by A. F. Champion and wife,
Lueile Champion to the undersigned trus
tee, said deed of trust being dated Decem
ber 3, 1929 and recorded In the office of
the register of deeds tor Cleveland coun
ty, N. c„ In book No. 157*at page 52a, se
curing an indebtedness to the Shelby and
Cleveland County Building and Doan as
sociation, and default having been made
in the payment of aald indebtedness and
being requested to sell said property ]
Monday, August 3rd, 1931
at 12 o'clock noon or within legal hours
at the court house door In Shelby. N. C
sell to the highest bidder for cash at pub
lic auction that certain lot of land, lying
and being In No. « township. Cleveland
county, N C , and bounded aa follows:
Being located In Beaumonde Terrace in
the eaatern pan of the town of Shelbv
N. C, and being a part of lots Noa, id
13 and 14 In block E on plat of aaid
property and recorded in book of plats No.
3 at page 28, the register ot deeds orfice
for Cleveland county and being more
specifically described as follows: Begin
ning at an iron stake In the south edge
ot East Graham street, said stake being
311 feet west of the corner between lots
Nos. U and 12 In block C on Graham
street, and runs thence 8 » degrees 30
minutes W, 100.7 feel to an Iron stake
thence N. 89 degrees 50 minutes w 70
feet to an Iron stake, thence N 0 degree
10 minute* E 110 feet to an Iron .take on
the south edga ef Graham street thence
with aald atreet 8. *9 degrees SO minutes
E. *5 feet to the beginning and being
that same lot of land convaved to A r
Champion and wife by D A. Beam by
deed dated December 3, 1929.
This July 2nd. 1931.
JNO. P MULL. Trustee
— Jut, An
noboddy has blamed the hen.
_some talk Is going the rounds
that a new filling station will soon
spring up on the other corner In
our town, and that will make four
in all, not counting the 7 that is
on the out skirts, most of them
Is putting In flour and meat and
other veggertables, but since all of
them has gone to the cash basts,
they have lost nearly all of their
trade, the new one has not yet
said what he expects to handle in
....a small caff belonging to yore
corry spondent went mad last mon
day and bit our cook behind the
gate and her head has been cut
off and sent to the state board of
helth, and if It Is found out that
she had rabbits at the time she got
bit, we will hafter to get a new
cook till she takes the pasture
treatment. It was a right promis
ing caff, and no one seems to know
how it could of got bit by a dog
without finding It out. we all hope
for the best, but she will bo badly
missed, as her mother Is gif^-.g too
old to give verry much milk and is
nearly dry now.
notis: the graveyard at rehober
will be cleaned off next sadday and
everyboddy is invited to be pressent
and cut the weeds and grass off
of the graves of our friends who
have gone on befoar to rest on the
beautiful shore where pain is not
known forever more, be sure to
fe ch yore maddicks and shovvels
and hoes, as you won't be worth
annything to either the livving, or
the dead .without tools, mr. editor:
plose print this for nothing, and i
will rite or foam in some extry
news for yore paper next week,
mike Clark, rfd ,
McGhee Syndicate, Anderson, S. C
-The republicans kgcp on say
ing that prospjerlty is ybst'around
the corner, What I want to know
is—which corner? I’ve been around
nearly all of them.
——If the democrats will talk about
something besides booze and nomi
nate a man for president who pro
fesses no religion at all, they will
win in a walk in 19 and 32.
.New York, July 7.—Southern
selling reduced activity in the
nearby months, and so did shares
in Texas. Liverpool came In us
due and then broke 9 points. Very
little of the Wrigiey tun (d) has
been spent for cotton to date, due.
no doubt, to the fact that the south
is too poor to chew much gum.
The bumble worm is slowing down
the culture of cotton in Alabama;
this worm keeps the farmers busy
fishing, and they have no time to
fight grass or boll weevils. Call
money is very cheap, but Fords
and Chevrolet.® are still banking
on the bonus. We advise a long
hold and a short crop.
. ..The farm board peged wheat
at 1.18, and their peg slipped out,
and then they got another peg.
and pegged her at 1.12, and some
thing happened to the said peg;
the next pegging took place at 96.
and the last peg was at 74, and
now they are trimming a peg to
be used at 60. The farm board has
had just tta much effect on sup
ply and demand as a peanut politi
cian had cussing the traffic bill
. ...The biggest man in Chicago
is Al. Capone, next comes the
Ward grafters, and finally the
major looms up. Funny thing a
bout law enforcement; all of the
big rascals and wholesale bootleg
gers are well known to the officers
but they go after the half-pint boys
and the crap-shooters and let the
big birds alone.
KanapolU, N. C. July 2, 1931
What Is your real name? How
old are you? Are you married?
How many children have you?
What Is your ocupation, If any. be
sides writing? Please answer these
questions to settle an argument.
Dear ZuZu: U) Geo. McGee. <2>
Over 40. <3* Yes. are you? (4) Wife
and I have 2 between us. (51 Whole
sale merchant, farmer and school
trustee. That settles It. Now tell
me your real name.
(McGee Syndicate, Anderson, S. C.)
MY BRUSH SHOWED RED.
...Oh. me, and Oh, my, and Oh,
mo! Ouch, my poor jaw, and my
poor head 'Hie tooth dentist, said
It woulddent hurt and it diddent
hurt him. He diddent flinch. He
squirted several squirts or some
thing into my gums ansoforth, and
left me there—all alone to suffer
till I became numb and possibly
dumb. My tongue went dead on
-1 had agreed to let him pull
my tooth. He charges 2 dollars
for pulling a tooth and 3 dollars
for extracting a tooth and 4 dol
lars for drawing a tooth, but he
dlddent do either to my molar
<1 thought he called It a motor for
a long time, model "T,” perhaps),
he Just hooked a pair of pliers
around It and hooked his left arm
around my neck and began to
twist, and did he twist? Yes, he
-The tooth in question was deep
ly Imbedded in-and-about my
Adam's apple, and that's why. it
most killed me when it parted its
tenaceous hold therefrom. He
runs a painless dentist business,
but he refers to working on the
teeth of corpses, or possibly drflnk
folks. He offered to make me a
nice platinum bridge for $250.00.
He dlddent say what type of bridge
it would be, but Judging from his
price—he meant to build me a
Brooklyn bridge of the cantilever
suspension type. I told him—no,
I thank you; I will keep on eat
ing soup and mush and bananas
till cotton goes back up to 8 cents.
<1 still have both of my bales in
-1 am glad that tooth is no
more. Two of my doctors told
me that it had been spurting pois
on into my system for 3 months,
and another doctor told me that it
had kept me from sleeping nor
mally here-of-late, and the vet
erinary surgeon told me that if I
had kept it a week longer that I
would of possibly had the blind
staggers. Nearly everybody is hav
ing his and her teeth removed now
a-days. It's getting almost as sty
lish as having your appendix re
moved. When a doctor doesn't
know what's wrong with a guy,
its his teeth or tonsils or addey
noids, and possibly both, and they
are invariably yanked out—If the
afflicted person has the money to
get his yanking done.
-.Good teeth should be appre
ciated. I diddent pay much at
tention to my own until they be
gan to get bad, and then I took
up brushing them every fourth or
fifth day—regardless of whether
or not they needed brushing, and
I succeeded in savtng all of them
but 22. Well, folks—I am still
hurting too bad to write any more,
and besides—I'm out of paper any
how. So, "So long until tomorrow,
or possibly the next day.”
Mrs. Barber Visitors From Savan
nah, Ga.—Mr. Nichols Visits
In Washington, D. C.
Earl, July 9.— Mrs. Clyde Barber
and children, of Savannah, Ga.. are
spending some time at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Hause.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hope, of
Walhalla, S. C., were callers in the
village Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. R. E. Nichols, spent the week
end in Washington, D. C., with his
son, Mr. Henry Nichols.
Mr. L. D. Jones, and sisters Misses
Edna and Mary Sue Jones of Gaff
ney, S. C. visited Mr. and Mrs. R.
L, Hause Sunday afternoon.
Misses Jessie Beachum, and Pau
line Honeycutt, and little Miss
Frances Beachum, of Charlotte, are
spending this week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beachum.
Mesas H. P. Haas, and S. B. Hub
bard, of Whitevllle, spent the week
end at home.
Miss Jessie Williams,. and Mrs.
Walter Nance of Charlotte, are the
guests this week of their uncle Dr.
J. P. Aydelotte.
Messrs Vernon Camp and Rufus
Moss, of Taylors, S. C. spent the
week-end with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene White and
son, Bettis, of Winston Salem, are
spending this week with her sister,
Miss Sallie Bettis.
Mr. and Mrs. Step Roberts and
family of Inman, S. C. were din
ner guests Sunday of his mother
Mrs. P. M. Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Wylie, had as
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs
Odus Moore, and children of Lau
rinburg, their son John Henry is
spending the week.
Messrs. L. J. Davidson and Harry
Hope, of Sharon, S. C. were callers
In the village Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barber and
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hause, motored to Chimney Rock
2 eggs, 3-4 cup brown sugar, 3-4
cup New Orleans molasses, 3-4 cup
melted shortening, 2 1-4 cups
flour, 2 teaspoons soda, 2 tea
spoons ginger, 1 1-2 teaspoons cin
namon, 1-2 teaspoon cloves, 1-2
teaspoon nutmeg, l cup boiling
water, 1-2 teaspoon baking powder.
Add beaten eggs to sugar, mo
lasses and melted shortening; then
add dry ingredients which have
been mixed and sifted together
Add hot water last. Turn into
greased shallow baking pan. Bake
In moderate . oven (350 degrees
Farenheit) 30 to 40 minutes.
Serve warm with Whipped Cream.
Hnr Rains Improve, Crops. Party
Visits Sea Coast.
(Special to-The Star.)
Pleasant Hill, July 9.—The fine
rains we had for the last few days
were refreshing. Crops are looking
good and all the farmers are Rowing
their stubble land In peas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Francis and
son Jack of Charlotte spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Francis and Mr. and Mrs. C. E |
Messrs. Cellus and Roland Gantt
and Wilburn McMurry spent the
week end at Carolina Beach. They
also visited Wrightsville Beach and
other places w hile away. They re
turned with a nice tan, but report
ed a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Blanton
and children spent Saturday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanton in:
the Earl community.
Mrs. Cellus Gantt and baby spent
the week end with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Francis.
Mr. and Mrs. Minor Lowery visit
ed Mr and Mrs. P. M. Thrift and j
family over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs^E. Q Roberts had as
their dinner guests Sunday Mrs. R
M. Dover and children.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Kendrick and
daughters were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Lowery Sun
Master Carl Dover spent the day
Sunday with Mike Lowery.
Those visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Q. Roberts Sunday aft
ernoon were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Lowery and children Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Dillingham and children. Mr.
and Mrs. J. CJ. Lowery and children |
and Mrs. W. B Lowery.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Kendrick and
children spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Lowery
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Blanton of
Shelby visited Mr. and Mrs. Ervin
Gufey and Mr. and Mrs. Kennon
Blanton Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Blanton had
as their -dinner guests Sunday Mrs. j
Blanton's parents Mr. and Mrs. J.!
M. Richards of near Gaffney and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanton and
No Reason Why Not.
Wife (pathetically): 1 wonder if
you'll love me when my hair has
Husband: Why not? I've loved j
you the other times you have chang- j
ed its color.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Under and by virtue of the authority
contained in that certain deed of trust,
executed by Joe Harding and wife, Laura
Harding to the undersigned trustee, said
deed of trust being dated March 27th.
102$ and recorded in the ofitce of the
Register of Deeds for Cleveland County,
N C. In Book No. 157 at page 79. secur
ing an indebtedness to the Shelby and
Cleveland County Building and Loan Asso
ciation. and default having been made
in the payment of said indebtedness and
being requested to sell said property 1
MONDAY, AUGUST 10th. 1931
at 12:00 o'clock, noon or within legal
hours at the Court House Door in Shelby
N C. sell to the highest bidder for CASH
at public auction that certain lot of land
lying and being in No. 6 Township. Cleve
land County, N. C and bounded as fol
Situated in the north eastern square 1
of the town or Shelby, located in what
is known as "Freedmon" and fronting on i
Bridge street &nd designated as lot Nw
87 and beginning at a stake on the south !
side of Bridge street on alley, Jackson!
Burchett’s corner and running east with I
said Bridge street about 115 feet to Hoev i !
corner thence south 152 feet to Holme* j
Une; thence west 115 feet an an allc> j
thence north 152 feet to the beginning ol I
This July 9th. 1931.
JNO. P. MULL. Trustee. 1
Build With Brick
DELIVERIES FROM PLANT TO JOB
When in need of FACE OR 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
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
KENDRICK BRICK & TILE CO.
MOUNT HOLLY, N. C.
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Learn To Save The Building And Loan
NEW SERIES NOW OPEN
. Come In And Take A Few Share* And
Get Started Right.
Shelby and Cleveland County
Building and Loan Association
R. T. LeGRAND, 1’rcs. JNO. P. MULL, Sec. & Trcas.
In Ten Years [f you live;
Immediately if you die.
The Home Purchase Plan of the Equit
able does it. Ask about it.
WRITE FOR FREE ROOK
Of Our Home Purchase Plan
— CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON —
H. S. WHITE, Special Agent.
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Charles Store Bldg.
Shelby, N. C.
INease send me, without obligation, your FREE
BOOK of the Equitable’s Loan Plan.
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over. The low cost will surprise you.
Our skilled mechanics and modern
equipment can give you all there is in
West Marion St. Shelby, N. C.
Your Model A Ford Greased Free Until
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