On- of the noti filmy, alluring
women photographed <n some time
is LU Dagover , above), beautiful
Carman stage and screen star, who
will corns fn this country in the
Fa!) and make he' fimt American
picture. 5>hr ought to have no
trouble working up a tremendous
postal overload witn "fan” mail.
Deacon— So your congregation
didn't, give you s vacation last
Minister- -"Not a week; not even
Deacon— Well! well! Ther are
the hardest, people to,tire nut, T ever
T. W. Ebeltoft
Grocer and Book
Phone — 82
Bare Year Eyes Examined
DRS. H. D. & R. L.
Offiee Over Paul Webb &
Son’s Drag Store.
Civil Engineer And
Farm Surveys. Sub-divis
ions, Piats and Genera)
- Phone 417 —
“I hare used Black- !
Draught . . . and hare j
not found anything
that could take Its
place. I take Black
Draught. for bllioua
naae. When I gat. bili
ous. I have a nervous
headache and a ner
vous. trembling feeling
that, unfits me for my
-work. After I take a
few doses of Black
Draught, I get all
right. When I begin
to get bilious, I feel
tired and run-down,
and then the headache
and trembling. But
lieves all this.”—jr. a.
For indigestion, con
Events Of Week
Miss I.eonhart And Mr. Hartman
Marry. One Typhoid FeTer Case.
New Brick Home.
(Special to The Star'
Belwood, July 30.—A wedding of
much Interest to their many friends
was that of Miss Willie Maie Leon
hart to Mr Swain Hartman which
took place July 25 at the home of
their pastor, Rev. J. M. Morgan, of
Fallston. The bride is the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, L. Leon
! hart. The groom Is the son Mr. and
Mrs. Quincy Hartman. The young
couple* are making their home at
| present with the groom's parents,
j Miss Lura Willis Is quite 111 at this
1 writing with typhoid fever.
A large crowd attended revival
j services at Knob Creek church Sun
| Mr and Mrs. Lee McMurry and
j children, spent the week-end with
i Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Dixon of Hen
Miss Tula lvester has resigned her
position as a nurse at the State Hos
| pital at Morganton and is teaching
! school at Philbeck.
Miss Rosemary Peeler is in the
Lincolnton hospital where she under
went an operation for appendicitis
and is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Worth Canipe and son,. Ar
nold, of Wadesboro are spending
some time with her parent*, Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Smith
Messrs. Jim and John Warlick, jr.
|j. A. Hubbard and Merrill Dellinger
| spent a few days last week in Char
Mr. and Mrs E. E. Elkins spent
! Thursday with Mr and Mrs. R L.
j Fox of Charlotte:
Mr. and Mrs.' Clifton King and
children of Vale were the dinner
guests of her parents-, Mr and Mrs.
1 Will Willis Sunday
New Brick Home.
Mr. W C. Edwards is having a
( new brick home erected
Little Miss Mary Porter is In, the
Charlotte hospital at this writing.
Master W, C. Ledford spent last
week with his grandparents, Mr and
Mrs. Guffey of Union Mills
j Mr. and Mrs. John T. Warlick and
\ daughter, Miss Mabel, spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr and Mrs. C C.
Mrs Hubert Leonard and children
| of Louiaburg. spent the past week
‘with Mr. and Mrs. John Tillman,
j Miss Pearl Gantt was the dinner
! guest of her cousins. Misses Tariene
,j and Nannie Goodman Sunday.
Messrs. Austin Richard and Theo
dore Wellmon are spending this
week with relatives in Union, S. C.
Miss Anna Lutz, of Shelby, ie
j spending this w-eek with her cousin
! Miss Ella Gantt.
j Mr. and Mrs. R; A. Ivester had as
I their guests Sunday afternoon Mr.
i and Mrs. O. V. Warlick and daugh
i ter. Miss Mary Frances and Mr. and
.1 Mrs. Crowell Ivester and daughter,
! Miss Elvinia of near Casar
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Murry and
children of Beams Mill spent last
Wednesday with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. C. G. Richard.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cain and son.
Ray, spent Sunday with their son,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Sain.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Davis and
son. Billy, and Mrs. Velma Wright,
of Gastonia, spent Saturday with
Mr and Mrs. Quincy Hartman.
Messrs. Avery Price and Howard
Devenny of Newberry spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Deal.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cline and chil
dren of Lawndale visited Mr, and
Mrs. Mack Smith Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Edwards had
as their dinner guests Wednesday
Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Edwards and
daughter, Miss Merrill, of Toluca,
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Edwards. Dr. and
Mrs. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
Hoyle, all of Lawndale,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glenn and
children and Miss Verta Ramsey, of
Shelby, spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. 8. L. Gantt. Miss Ram
sey remained for a weeks visit.
Misses Pearly Maie, Essie and
Dona Dans of Rock Dale spent last
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. J. R. Wright and daughter,
Miss Lou Ella of Beams Mill were
visitors in the community Sunday
Mr. A. M. Wellmon spent Satur
day night with his cousin. Mr. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jeffries and
children and Mr. and Mrs Bynum
Chapman of Lincolnton were visit
ors in the community over the week
Miss Nannie Lou Goodman spent
Sunday afternoon with her cousins.
Misses Pearl and Mayo Gantt.
Miss Mkrtha Falls has returned
home from the Rutherfordton hos
pital where she underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis.
I Dr. D. M. Morrison
Office Days: Every Wednesday
Wool worth Bid*. Shelby, N. C
Eyes Scient.ficaUy Era reined
Glasses Fitted. Lenses Dupli
cated, Broken Frames
flat rock news
. . , mr and mrs. brown had as
their dinner and suppfcr and break
fast guess mr, Jones and his son,
bill, but not the one who is a boot
legger by trade, but he has the same
name and they call him bill for a
nickname, but his name a railiy
will, (this was on tuesday of last
. . . ihon smith took the contract
last week from the mayer to clean
out the town well and put a valve
in the pump and he loant his 2*
to go to town and by the valve
with and he hassent benn seen
since, the poleesman believes that
it is lost, as he knows jhon by rep
per tation in georgy
. . a wild cat was ketched near
town last night by the green boys
while on their way back home from
where they went to spend the week
end and had to come back onner
count of the radium rod breaking
off and tearing a hole In the dust
pan which let all of the greese out.
he was crossing the road and they
run over him. his hide will be stuf
fed if it can be got off without
ruining same (if he dies> and sent
to the zoo up north.
preeching was hell at. rehober
by the pasture last Sunday morn
ing and his sermon was the same
one he preeehed about 2 yr. ago
from luke, so my wife said the
collection was voted to go to the
furrin mission nerry who is at home
from jappan on a furlow and ft
was cfl5 the quire had to sing with
out musick, as the rats had et a
hole in the thing in the organ which
holds the wind and it. woulddent
. .the tax payers leage met at the |
scholl house friday morning to dis-1
cuss ways and means of getting out j
of paying taxes. several fine
speeches was made, including one!
from yore corry spondent. and tt I
was decided to call the legislators |
, and scholl trustees and the cour.-1
ty officers together and put them j
on notis that if they did not cut
expenses ansoforth. that the sedj
taxpayers leage would eleckt a
crowd that would do so it wrs
moved and carried to ask dogs to
be reduced from 1$ to c25 there
being no further blrness befoer
them, both of them adjourned
well. mr. editor—it is too hot
to think up annv more news, if i
hear of annything like a death or
a fight or annybody stealing anny
thing, i will rite or foam same in
for tomorrow's paper. <p. s can
a feller born- anny moneny at the
bank up there on s cow and her
mike Clark, rfd
Folks I Met On My Vacation
Miss Lou Sunnitt; “Oh. I dear
ly love sun-tan. Sister thinks it’s
horrid, but she’s an old fogy and
has 3 younguns. No kiddies for
me. Jim says so too. We will get
married next June. He’s with the
Standard of New Jersey, but he
works in Virginia. Gotta cigarette?
I prefer an Adam’s apple teaser.
Mr. H. R. A. 8mith: “I got up
this morning with a sort of pain In
my abdomen- Doctor says I am
subject to intermitten ulcerations
of the intestinal ducts, and must
lay off of sweets. Pine day, but
nothing like we have at New Port.
The South is O. K. for Southern
ers. but I’ll take Maine and Ver
mont for mine.” <1 started to ask
him who sent for him to come
Mrs. Hugh Wood. "Howdy, doo
oo. So gladter meetyer. Jimmie
drop that frog right this minnit.
You’re from Anderson, Eh? Know
Joe Wheeler, the laundryman? Soro,
quit that squinting, turn Billy a
loose. I know another family there
Hie Er-er-. . . Lemnie see. . .What
is his name . . .Taint Scott? No?
Gosh, I knowit better’n my own.
Sam, go tend to them younguns.
They wall all get drowned in that
Old Mrs. Bumgartner. "Well, my
young man—old wimmen like me
is out of place up here. Too much
noise. Never saw so many babies
at one place. Is that all they do
up here, raise babies? My days
ain’t long on this old earth, and I
will soon be up yonder with James.
Oh, James was a wonder of a man!
So gentle, kind, soft and funny!
How X do miss him! I like Florida
better than the mquntains, but the
mosque toes and sand-flies almost
ran me crazy. Come and get me,
Ollig,’’ 'Ollie was her grand-daugh
ter, and a fine flapper when out
of sight, of the old mogul.'
Mr. Pondexter: ’’Yep, panic's over
Hoover fix it with his little mora
torium. France, Germany, and eng
land ought to thank the Lord for
Hoover. Big man, nobody can beat i
him now. Stronger than he war
when he led the Belgium's on;
America's free lunches. Democrat.'
ain't gotta chance. Looking for bull i
market soon. Short-sellers had bet-1
ter lookout Goofus common up 51
points yetserday. Copper's strong
now. Looking for big business thi
fall." (He is in the meat market
business in Tennessee, so his wife
told me later.'
Geo McGee "Off for each week
end trying to keep his family cool
and comfortable on 40 bones g
week while he's making only 20
back home. They ain't hard to
please. He keeps batch Monday-to
Saturday morning, then buys some
gas and oil on credit and joins
them. . .'at his palatial home on Pis
gah,' but he wakes up in a hotel
after his arrival It must be aw
ful to be rich. It's too hot or too
cold all the time for the wealthy
Give me my office and my nice
office force for comfort, satisfac
tion, pleasure and happiness. You
can't, beat home nohow." (Gee. his
Found By Sheriff
Hickory.—According- to an
old saying; there are two
things a person can't escape—
death and taxes.
Sheriff O. D. Barrs of Ca
tawba county has just heard \ j
from a man who escaped his
taxas, but he apparently fail
ed to get away from his con
science. The note, written on
a shipping tag. and mailed
from Lenoir read as follows:
“I lived In your county a
few years ago and did not
list or pay any taxes. I had
an old car. I guess five dol
lars will pay it for me.
i Signed I "A Child of God.
There was a $5 bill enclosed
‘Td certainly like to learn
who this fellow is.” Sheriff
Alfonso Rack in London.
London.—Former King Alfonso of
Spain, traveling as the Duke of To
ledo, arrived almost unobserved at
Victoria station from Fontainebleau.
The wise man values more those
who want something of him than
those he has already obliged.—Span
Mrs. Gadabout—A husband should
bring home the bacon.
Mr Gadabout—Yeah! And a wife
should be there to cook it.
“But surely," urged Jones, "see
ing is believing?’1
“Not necessarily,” replied Brown
"For Instance, I see you every day.
I DR. S. F. PARKER
— PHYSICIAN -
Office Phones 64 and No. 2
Residence Phone 129-J
Having this day qualified as adminis
trator of the estate of T. W. Gladden
late of Cleveland county. North Carolina
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 11th day of July 1932 or this
notice will be pleaded In bar of any re<
covery thereof. All persons Indebted to
the said estate will please make Immediate
settlement to the undersigned. This July
N. B. GLADDEN, Administrator of T.
W. GLADDEN, deceased (St-13c
AUGUST 7. 1931
Portsmouth ___ $10.75
Old Point _ $10.75
Virginia Beach *_$11.25
(a) Via Norfolk and Boat
(b) Via All Rail
Tickets limited five days
in addition to date of sale.
For information call or
H. E. PLEASANTS, Dl’A.
Events Of Week
Shelby, July 30 —Quite ■ number
were present Sunday afternoon for
regular Sunday school and preach
ing servtoes. Rev. 8 V, Elliott of
Parte, Ark., supplying for our pas
tor. Mr. Putnam, brought us an in
spiring and helpful message
A large crowd of friends and rela
tives attended the birthday dinner
for Mrs. W. L. Padgett, this being
"Grandma Padgett's" 86th birthday
A bountiful dinner was spread and
enjoyed very much by all.
Mr. Monroe Hardin who has been
spending several days with hte dau
ghter. Mrs. Bob Wallace In Popular
Springs community, has returned to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D
Miss Cecilia Padgett has as her
guest this week, Miss Harritt Rob
erts of Patterson Springs, Misses
Mildred Hamrick, Levanda McRary
Mr. and Mrs M H Hamrick
visited Morganton recently.
Mrs. J, L, McCurry is visiting Mr.
C: E. McCurry and family of Cherry
ville Friends of Mrs. McCurry will
be glad to know she Is lots better
and able to go about some
Mrs. Joe Morgan and son, Mr.
Harrison Morgan and Mrs. 8. E
Jones are visiting in Greenville and
other parts of 8. C. this week
Miss Selma Callahan was the
week end guest of Misses Mary Lou
and Willellen McCurry.
Mr and Mrs. Pink McMurry ofi
Shelby visited Mr. and, Mrs. A. B.
Humphries Sunday afternoon.
Miss Pearl Short of Kings Mtn
;-v> visiting In the community this
Mrs Martha Janett Who has
been visiting in Latttmore is now at
'he home of her son-in-law, Mr.
R W McCurry and children.
Master L. B. Barnett of Gastonia
i visited Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Blanton
i during the week-end
Miss Ruth Camp of Salisbury
■ uho has been visiting relatives and
I friends for two weeks accompanied
1 Mrs Zeb Blanton and children to
[Cherryville Tuesday night to visit
| her uncle, Mr. Q. T. Garrett and
family. She will go on to her home
in Salisbury on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Josh McMurry of
Forest City visited Mr. and Mr*.
Jim McGinnis Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Webb and
Mrs, Neal and daughter of Cherry
ville were spend the day guests of
Mr and Mrs. A D Callahan Sun
Messers Shafer Hamrick, Truman
Bridges, Gilbert McGinnis, and Jas
per Green motored down to Char
lotte a while Sunday evening.
Mrs. R. W McCurry and son and
daughters, Hoyt, Libby, Zola. Han
nah, and Nancy spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McDaniel near
Kings Mtn Dan McCurry who has
l*or children one month old to five
years of age. Relieves colds, indiges
tion and bowel-troubles and is es
pecially recommended for cooling
"Easy Teether Makes Teething Easy"
| At all Good Drug stores 25c
Having this day qualified as adminis
trator of the estates of Emery G. Denham
and Gertrude P Denham, deceaseds, late
of Clereland County. North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estates to present them to the
undersigned, at his office in 8helby, N
C.. on or before the 13th day of July.
1932. of this notice will be pleaded In bar
of their recovery. All persons Indebted
to said estates will please make Immediate
settlement. This July 10. 1931.
FRANTC L. HOYLE, Adminiatrator of the
! estates of Emery G. Denham and Ger
i trude P. Denham, deceaseds. 0t-July 13c
Southern Railway System
Many Attractive Fares For
Greatly Reduced Round
Round Trip Fares from
Virginia Beach .....__
LIMIT August 12th.
Birmingham ...__.... $8.75
Chattanooga _ $8.75
New Orleans. $21.75
Limit Atlanta Aug. 12tb. t'hat
tanooga-Birmingham Aug 13th.
New Orleans Aug. 17th. Savan
nah Aug. 14th.
Miami —__ $26.00
Havana __ $50.73
West Palm Beach ........ $25.50
Limit Jacksonville Aug. 15th,
Miami. Tampa. W. Palm Beach
Aug. 19th, Havana Aug. 26th
ASK TICKET AGENTS
bwn visiting down there returned
•tome with them.
Mr. and Mrs. BUI Glascoe of Dou
ble Springs Is vtsltlng their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J, Olascoe this
Mr. and Mrs Jones and little dau
ghter of Earl, Mr. 8am Wilson and
sister. Miss Mary, Misses Nora and
Margaret Dover of Shelby, Mr. and
Mrs C. E McCurry and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huss of Cher
ryvllle, Mr. and Mrs Oils Morgan
and children, Mesdames Buford and
Bo Padgett visited tn the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Blanton Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Wesley Callahan
and children spent Sunday with Mr
and Mrs A. D, Callahan
Mr. Thrift and son, Odell and a
party from 8hetby are vtsttlng tn
Georgia and points In Fla, this
Misses Tenny McSwaln and Selma
Callahan were supper guests of
Mias Ethel Humphries
Misses Nelene and Beatrice Blan
ton of Double Springs visited Missas
Merttce and Lena Bridges during
A number of boys and girls start
ed to school at Bolling Springs and
Just Ten Years
'From issue of The Star August 2,
Capt. W. P Love. Sr a native of
Shelby, who celebrated hts 93rd
birthday anniversary on June 8 r.f
this year, died last night at 10:30
o'clock at his home. 701 East boule
vard In Charlotte The body was
brought to Shelby Monday morning
and the funeral services were held
at the Shelby cemetery Monday at
12:30 o'clock, In charge of Rev. J.
Marcus Kester, pastor of the First
Baptist church in Shelby, of which
the deceased was a member. He
was the son of the late James and
Susan Putnam Love, the former
having donated the site on which
Shelby was founded fn 1842, giving
the land for all the churches, schools
and public buildings of the town.
Captain Love was mayor of Shelby
for many years and established the
system that brings water from the
LIQUID UK TABLETS
Relieves a Headache or Neoralfia ta
30 minutes, checks a ('old the first
day, and checks Malaria tn three
666 Salve for Baby's Cold.
AUGUST 15, 1931
New York ..*23.91
Washington _ $15.81
Tickets Limited 21 Days
For Information See
H. E. PLEASANTS, DPA,
RALEIGH, N. C.
AJfc LIMl RAILWAY
AUGUST 7, 1931
Birmingham ___ 6—$10.00
New Orleans ._ 10—$23.00
Savannah _7—$ 8.00
Miami __ 12—$26.00
Rates to many other
Florida and Gulf Coast
Attractive Optional Routes
Stop-Overs Allowed a t
Jacksonville and all Florida
For Information call on
H. E. PLEASANTS. DPA.,
RALEIGH, N. C
Lythla sprlints, three and a halt
miles away, to the town. His aunt,
Mrs. Betsy Wilson, owned the de
velopment where the Cleveland
Springs development now Is located
Miss Bertha Loella Cline of Cat
awba county, and Mr. Floyd Hal
Pierce of Wenona, N. C. were quiet
ly married Wednesday afternoon.
July 27 at the beautiful country
home of the bride's parents, Mr
and Mrs. O M. CUne.
A pretty wedding was solemnized
at the home of Mrs. J. J. Yarborough
In South 8helby, Saturday morn
ing at 9 o'clock when her daughter
Margaret became the bride of Mr.
The body of soldier Johnle F
Carver, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
Garver of Lawndale arrived from
overseas and was burled at St. Paul
Baptist church Wednesday at 11
o'clock. He was 24 years of age at
the time of his death which oceured
tn * hospital In France, Bept. 13th,
1P18 from a wound received In ac
tion the previous day.
J. T. S. Mauney, former chairman
of the highway commission of No
8 township, who was charged with
trading wtth himself and with mal
feasance of office, was found gulltj
by the Superior court Jury Thurs
Card Of Thanks.
We wish to express our gratltudf
to the many friends and neighbor*
for the sympathy and assistance
shown to us during the illness and
death of our beloved wife anc
W. W. Covington and children
There will be a birthday dlrrnei
at the home of Mr. L. E. Dixon
August 9th. Every body Is Invited
to come and bring well filled bas
kets and enjoy the day.
Through Passenger Train Service
Monroe To Rutherfordton, N. C.
23 21 22 24
Pass Mixed Mixed Pass
Sunday Except Except Sunday
only Sunday Sunday Only
8:30 am 8:30 am Jv Monroe ar 8:25 pm 8:25 pm
9:16 am. 9:15 am ar Charlotte lv. 7:40 pm 7:40 pm
9:25 am 9:25 am lv Charlotte ar 7:20 pm 7:20 pm
10:31 am 10:31 am lv Lincolnton lv 6:10pm 6:10pm
11:15am 11:16am lv Shelby lv 5:25pm 6:25pm
11:53 am 12:16 pm ar Ellenboro lv 4:49 pm 4:49 pm
11:53am 12:45 pm lv Ellenboro ar 4:49 pm 4:49pm
12:30 pm 1:55 pm ar Rutherf’dton lv 4:00 pm 4:10 pm
Effective Sunday, June 1st, 1931.
FOR INFORMATION SEE AGENT
H. E. PLEASANTS, DP A., RALEIGH, N. C.
— QUEEN CITY COACH LINES —
FOR, ASHEVILLE, CHARLOTTE, WILMINGTON,
FOR ASHEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHE&BY:—9:45 a. m ; 4:45 p, m.
FOR CHARLOTTE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—7:10 a. m.; 11:10 a. m.; 2:00 p.
m.; 4:40 p. m.
FOR WILMINGTON AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—11:10 a. m:
FOR FAYETTEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—7:10 a. m.; 11.10 a. m.; 2:00 p. m.
— FOR FURTHER INFORMATION — PHONE 450 —
QUEEN CITY COACH COMPANY
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
PICNIC EXCURSION 1
SATURDAY, AUGUST 8TH
Children's Home, Winston-Salem, N. C
SPECIAL TRAIN — Round Trip Fares
Grover. N. C. -- JLv. 7:00 AM
Kings Mountain. N. C._ Lv. 7:15 AM
Bessemer City, N. C. __ Lv. 7:25 AM
Gastonia .. Lv. 7:40 AM
Lowell-Lv. 7:50 AM
Cramerton---Lv. 7:55 AM
Belmont___Lv. 8:00 AM
Charlotte ---__ Lv. 8:25 AM
Huntersville_Lv. 8:50 AM
Cornelius - Lv. 9:00 AM
Davidson _Lv. 9:03 AM
Mooresville_,_Lv. 9:15 AM
RT Fare $1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.50
RT Fare 1.25
RT Fare 1.25
RT Fare 1.25
RT Fare 1.25
Arrive C hildren’s Home 11:00 A. M.
Arrive Winston-Salem, N. C„ 11:10 A. M.
Arrangements in Charge Rev. J. P. Morris, Pastor of
Cramerton Methodist Church.
Special Baggage Car for refreshments and Picnic
Returning Special train leaves Winston-Salem 4:30
P. M., Children’s Home 4:40 P, M.
Ask Committees or Ticket Agents SOUTHERN RAIL
R. H. GRAHAM, Division Passenger Agent,
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.