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Th undershowe rs
Today'* North Carolina Weather ^
Report: Partly cloudy tonight and
Tuesday. local thundershowers In
western section Tuesday.
Edison 111.
West Orange, N. J., Aug. 3.—Thos.
Alva Edison, the safe of Menlo Park,
rallied yesterday and demanded
food, but Dr. Hubert S. Howe, his
personal physician said he did not
think Mr. Edison "ever will be out
of danger." The inventor, who is in
his 85th year collapsed Saturday
from a combined attack of Bright’s
disease and diabetes. He spent a
fairly comfortable night. Dr. Howe
said, and seemed much better yes
terday. In a statement to reporters.
Dr. Howe said Mr. Edison had been
• diabetic for many years and, al
though rather mild In nature, it
complicated chronic Bright's disease
with which Mr. Edison also has been
Governor Will
Begin Vacation
In City Today
To Spend Entire Vacation In Wes
tern Section Of North
Raleigh. August 3—Governor O.
Max Gardner will shuffle the cares
of state today and begin taking a
much needed rest. Sometime during
the latter part of the day, he will
start motor for Shelby, where he
will spend a week or two to be fol
lowed by a further jaunt over the
western part of the state. \n all,
he will be gone from Raleigh about
one month.
The governors excellent physique
has stood well the test of a five
months general assembly and its
attendant worries including two!
messages taken to that body in,
person wnen me usual tning is only
one; and the test of making publil
readjustments In the face of M
changed order of things; but evfl
iron will wear. And his excellencj
friends have been urging himJ
r.ake time out for recreation. M
He leaves the executive office
manned and ready fbr dispat
the business of North CaroliiJ
his absence. At a moment's
ui case of any emergency, thej
igh office can have commuri
lines established with the gq
who, it is understood, is
bothered with trifles.
Thin morning he was busj
Ving routine matters.
If he chooses to interfej
the electrocution of William I
Union county negro schedule
at the state's prison on Aij
for the alleged assaulting ofl
woman in that county i
months ago, he will probt
cate this today before lea
Governor Gardner will fc
at the Shelby court house
morning when a potralt o:
Judge James L. Webb wil
sented to the county by t
The presentation will be
Clyde R Hoey with Jud
Warlick accepting for th
Mr. Spurling O
Lawndale Die;
Well Known Farmer Su
Nhelbv Hospital—Bar
Kistler Church
Vtr. E, Rastus Spurling,
farmer of the Lawndal
riled in the Shelby He
Thursday after an illm
•veelts with carbuncles a
•Mr. Spurling was 54 ye
and a member of the Kis
nte church since boy ho
a staunch worker in
where he will be greatj
all who knew him.
Mr. Spurling was mak
at the time he was tak
his brother, Mr. Ivey
Casar. On last Wedi
he became ill, he was
the Shelby hospital w
the following night.
The funeral was con
Kistler church by Re^
and a large crowd wm
was married to Miss ■
who preceded him tfl
eignt years ago. Sui
mother, Mrs. Jesse
Shelby, one daughter
McSwain, of Cliffs!
grand children and
Ivey Spurling of Ceu
Spurling of Lawndah
1ng are five sister
White of Toluca, Mi
of Lawndale, Mrs.
Shelby, Mrs. Charles
boro and Mrs. Che
Kings Mtn.
District Mel
B. Y. P. U.3
Oatrtct No 1 of”
of the Kinks Mtn.
was scheduled to me
more Baptist church]
August 7th, has been|
tU further notice.
War lick Presiding
At Civil SessJi
Number Of Divorce*
On Calendar
Three Divorces Already Granted.
Two Damage Saits Against
The second week of superior court
began here today with Judge Wllsod
Warlick, ol Newton, presiding. TJ
week’s session will be devoted to A
poeal of a heavy civil calendar^!
criminal cases on docket
posed of last week by Judg<
Moore ,of Sylvia.
be ini
Judge Moore cleared tj
docket last Friday aft^
then heard three divot
waiting on the Wilkta
finally ended In a A
hours deadlock. 'U
granted were to^
the complaints
one being ba:
The seven
court doek^
10US cou^
Ten j
the cj
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