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In the WANT ADS
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this size 1 cent per woro each insertion.
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WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS
•expert work, 24-hour service. En
arging and tinting. Hollywood Stu
(iio. tryer Woolworth’s. tl 20c
DON’T NEGLECT F E E T!
heee hot summer days. Be
• itted correctly by shoe ex
erts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
>ousc, steam heated, well located,
tood condition, formerly occupied
>y T. P. Eskridge on W. Marlon St
Fresh repainted on inside. A. Blan
ton Grocery Co. tf-22c
FOR SALE: WHEAT STRAW AT
’ic per bale. T‘ F Bridges, Route
NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS.
All parts for some cars, some parts
for all cars." Automobile glass in
stalled. Fink Iron and Metal Co .
'Vest Warren St., next to Shelby
shoe Shop. tf joe
DR. S C H O Ll7’~S
foot expeH will b e
with us August 15th.
Free examination and
consultation. A. V.
Wray and Six Sons,!
FOR JOB PRINTING OF ALL
vINDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
PRIVATE LESSONS 0 N
11 musical instruments, Mon
day 12 to one o’clock, Thurs
lay all day.*Private lessons
only. Room 16, over Wool
worth’s. Free audition for
radio broadcasting every
Thursday. See Prof. Gold
man. • tf-19e
j WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
e pairing. L. C. Davis, next door to
iflrd's. I appreciate your patroc
'ge, large or small. tt 16c
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
isers In Cleveland county of Gen
ial Electric Refrigerators and not
me has ever spent one cent tor
ervlce. Robert C. Hord, Dealer, S.
Washington St, Shelby. tf 25c
ONE GOOD SIX ROOM HOUSE
Tor rent close In. See M. C. Putnam
it the Shelby Cigar and Billard
VISIT PUTNAM AND ELLIOT’S
larber Shop, hair cut 25c, shave 15c
ind all other work reduced during
ummer. 3 first class barbers.
and lowest prices on
home grown peaches,
Georgia Belles, Elber
tas and Hales. Call
my home phone 467-J
or at my orchard just
off of Highway No. 18
above Toluca. Tom1
TRY DR. SCHOLL’S FOOT
-ecesslties in hot weather. A. V.
Way & 6 Sons. tf-29c.
NEW VICTOR^ COLUMBIA,
Jkeh and Vocolion records now be
ng sold at 35c. 3 for $1.00. Pendle
ona Music Store. 3t-31c.
LET ‘'VIC" AND GEORGE FIT
vou in a tailor made suit for fall.
Pit Guaranteed—$22, $25, $30, $35.
A, Wray and 6 Sons.
GENERAL MOTORS HAVE
icen making Frigldaires for over 15
.ears. Clev. Refrigerating Co.
FRIGIDAIRF, IS THE PRODUCT
if General Motors. Cleveland Re
Tigerating Company, 105 West Gra
iam St. 13t-20c
n e n t s and Invita
tions. The famous Re
liefgraf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone
TO CLEAN CEMETERY AT
BEAVER DAM, AUG. »TH.
All the members of the Beaver
Dam church that can help, are
urged to meet next Wednesday,
August 5th at 7:00 o'clock to clean
off the grave yard and church
A woman engaged a new maid,
who answered the door one after
noon. A man stood on the doorstep
and asked If her mistress was at
"Yes, sir," replied the maid: "come
But," stammered the visitor,
“perhaps she's engaged "
"Oh, she’s engaged, all right, but
he's cut of town for a week, so you
needn't be afraid."
He Found Out.
Dink—Who was dat peach T seen
you wid last night?
Hink—Dat wasn't no peach. Dal
was a grapefruit.
Dink—How does you figure dat? I
Hink—Cause Ah done squeeze her I
and she hit me in de eye.
FOUND: NEAR BUFFALO
bridge on Highway 20, bill fold con-:
taining come money. Owner iden
tify at Star. lt-3c.
ALL VICTOR, COLUMBIA REC
ords now 35e. 3 for $1,00. Pendle
tons Music Store, 3t-31c.
FOR SALE: PEACHES FROM
orchard on highway 150 about 3
miles East of Shelby, one mile West
Buffalo Mfg. Co., on Lincolnton
Road. Phone 3040 Aaron A
change to Shell-Penn
Motor Oil, we will
grease your car Free.
Expert Battery Ser
vice. The Auto Inn,
“Next to countv jail.”
d f Wedding • Invita
tions and announce
ments. Copperplate 1
gra f (raised letter)
and printing. Samples |
upon request. All pric
es a t a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tf 14c
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Drp..rtmpnt of St.tr.
To all a horn these presents may coin,
Where..,.- It appears to my satisfaction
by duly authenticated record of the pro
ceedings for the voluntary dissolution
thereof by the unanimous consent ol all
the stockholders, deposited in my office,
that the Double Springs Light At Poirer
Company, a corporation of this State
Those principal office is situated at No
R- F 0. No. A. Street, in the Toon of
Shelby. County of Cleveland. Slate of
North Carolina if. Bate Blanton being the
agent the-reai and in charge thereof, upon
whom process may be served), hae com
plied with the requirement, of Chapter
21. Consolidated Statutes, entitled •■Corp
orations,'’ preliminary to the Issuing 01
this Certificate of Dissolution
Not therefore, I J. a. Hartness. Secre
tary of State of North Carolina, do here
by ceTtif" that the said corporation did
on the 30th day of July. 1331 file in ev
office a duly executed and attested con
sent in s citing to the dissolution of said
corporation, executed by all the stoele
holr.rs thereof, which raid consent and
the record of the proceeding-, aforesaid
are no on file in my said office as
pro', ided by lav. .
In testimony whereof. I have hereto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at Raleigh, this 30th day of Jul-' A D
J. A. Hartness, Secretary of State
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
Having qualified as Administrator of
the estr.ie of Mrs. Alice Clemmer Hatley,
deceased, late of Cleveland County North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate to present
them to the undersigned at 1211 Cedar
St.. Gastonia, N. C.. duly proved on or
before the 2nd day of August, 1932. or
this notice a 111 be pleaded In bar of their
recovery. All persons Indebted to the
estate are requested to make Immediate
This 1st day of August. 1931.
Brady L. Clemmer, Admstr., Bulatnkle
A Dollev. Attorneys, 6t.3c
Quality Furniture On
Easy I erms, .
Shelbv. N. C.
The newest means of pronulsloi
through the water in comfort i.
this marine neckband contract o?
invented by Herr Huhold, of Ber
lin, shown demonstrating: its pos
sibilities, The small boat-shapec
affair is made of aluminum, and is
fitted with two nandles which are
turned simultaneously, giving
impetus to a pair of tin? propel
ler* on *he under side of the de
Items Of News
The W. M. U. of the Second Bap
tist church had their regular mon
thly meeting at the home of Mr,;.
H. A. Thaxton on Tuesday. A \er.'
interesting program was rendered.
Afterwards ice cream and cake were
served. There were 26 or more pres
My, and Mrs. Roy Kale ami child
ren, and Mrs. Jack Worthy visited
in Cherryville Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hill and
children of Kannapolis are spend
ing this week with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hill.
Mrs. Irene Roberts had as her
week-end guests. Misses Elizabeth
Irene, and Luella Cooper, of Blacks
Misses Vergie Weaver, Marie
Gladden, Wylie Sanders and TJom
Weaver, spent Sunday afternoon in
Clover, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs, Claud Burges and
ton, of Hickory, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Devell Grant during the week-end.
Mrs. Austin Anthony and baby of
the Sharon community visited Mrs,
L. V. Martin, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Grover Harrill, and daugh
ter, Ruth, of Caroleen were the
spend the night guest of Mrs. B.
C. Hamrick, Friday.
Miss Jeanette Turner entertained
a large number of her friends at
her home on Shenanhouse St..
Saturday evening. A very enjoy
able time was had through out the
evening by alt:
Little Billy Weaver of East Shelby
is spending this week with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Weaver,
Miss Ruth Hamrick is ill with
Miss Nevia Taylor who was tn
tire Shelby hospital with a broken
hip returned home Thursday of last
week. Her friends are glad to learn
that she is improving nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Worthy and
children, spent Sunday in Cherry
ville with relatives.
Mr. A. W. Duncan and son, Wil
liam. motored to Hickory Grove
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moorehead and
family moBored to Asheville, Sun
Mr Wray Iwcn lias been on th"
sick list for the past week but is
able to be out again
Mcrsrs. Arthur Hicks, Guy and
Brooks Singleton motored to'HIck
Thc Intermediate and Junior O.
A.'s of the S. Baptist church held
their regular monthly meeting at
the home of Miss Aileen Jones. A
very Interesting and inspiring pro
gram was rendered. After the pro
gram, games were played and re
freshments were served including
lemonade and watcrmellons, A large
number were present.
Mrs. Harvey Cooper of Blacks
burg spon the week-end with Mr
and Mrs. T. W. Roberts.
Mr. Joe Weaver of Kings Mtn.
was the dinner guest of Mr. and
Mr.. R. W. Weaver, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ferree and
children of Caroleen visited Mrs.'
F. A. Feree Sunday afternoon.
Mr Glenn Wilkie who has been
spending awhile with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Brodus Wilkie, left
for Gainsville, Fla,, Monday, where
he has been employed for quite
Miss Pearl Feree of Caroleen
visited Virginia Weaver Sunday
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Gladden and
children visited relatives in Patfccr
son Springs and For! during the
It Is Confusing.
Counsel: Are you sure this is the
man who stole your car?
Plaintiff; I was until your cross
examination. Now I don't know if
11 ever possessed a car.
BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to m order of the Referee in
Bankruptcy of the District Court of the
United States, for the Western District
of North Carolina, the undersigned Trus
tee, will r.ell at public Auction for cash
to the highest bidder at 12 o'clock Noon
on Monday September 7th. 1*31.. at the
court house door of Cleveland County In
Shelby, North Carolina, the following de
scribed property, situated in the J>eart of
tfie business section of Sfieroy, '1C C. and
i more particularly described as follows,
j A 1-5 undivided interest in that Lot
j on * est side of south Lafayette street in
j the Town of Shelby, N. C, on which ia
located a Building formerly occupied by
Farmers Hardware, said lot being a part
of lot No. 12 and fronting 35 fgai.on said
street and having a depth of 100 feet
and being fully described in the deed
made by E. M Beam and wife to A. P
Weathers and C. T Hord on January 17th
1911 by deed recorded in Book ‘ YY" of
Deeds at page '*.82 of Register of Deed-,
of Cleveland County to which reference
ts hereby made for meets and bounds in
detail. This sale 1s made for purpose of
getting money with which, to pay the
creditors of J C. Hord Bankrupt.
Sale subject to Confirmation of the
Referee in Bankruptcy.
This sale is made subject to mortgage
in favor of J. A Horn for $1400.00 dated
August 34th- W0:--and due Angusr TOtfi.
1931 . and Recorded m Book 163 at paae
L T Klutz,* Trustee.. Newton. N. C
Increase Span of Life
Immunisation Against Disease Marks the Greatest j
Stride in Medieal Science, Say* Dr. Copeland,
Telling Hotr Some Illnesses Can Be Prevented.
Bt ROYAL S. COPELAND, M. D.,
Untied State* Senator from New York.
former Commissioner of Health, tiev> York C»...
THL past quarter of a cen
tury, *reat advance* have bean
made in medicine. New germs,
ii iv diseases, as well na new
Methods of treating o.d diseases,
has* been dis
vne of t h 8
of recent ad
•unees i * the
-v.'lopment o f
i branch of
i e d i c i n e ,
nowri as "'pre
nc.” This has
' creased the
-nths per rear g
id greatly in- I
teased the av
risge span of life.
r'lOtable among theae advances
immunisation against disease,
he word "immunisation’' >* ap
lioci to inoculation, or vaceina
lon. of the body, for the prevention
f specific diseases.
Smallpox has been all but eradt
sited Oaaes of this one time dread
:‘il Infection are now seldom heard
of tn civilised countrie*. Thi*
marked change can only he attrib
uted to universal vaccination.
All children should be vaccinated
against smallpox before they are
on* year eld Th# United St*in
Public Health Service advice* that
lie for* enteric* 'echooi th* child
•hould he vaccinated again
Another dreaded disease now con
trolled by immunisation la diph
theria. This dread visitation la en
Moat person* are confuted in dis
tinguishing between toxin* and anti
toxins An Individual with diph
theria may be greatly aided by the
administration of diphtheria anti
toxin Jn fact, this method ban
greatly decreased the death rata
among: diphtheria patients. How
ever, diphtheria anti toxin will not
Active Immunity or protection
against diphtheria is obtained by
the use of diphtheria “toxin ami
toxin.“ By means pf a special lest
called the "Schick Teat, it is so
sible to determine whether an indi
vidual Is susceptible to diphther.n
If he Is, he ehould receive the toxin
anti toxin end be protected egalcrt
By a similar met nod of application
typhoid fever can be prevented.
This disease i* now never found In
th* Army or Nary All men enter
ing the service of tTncl* Ham re
ceive vaccine protect ion It should
be used by everybody likely to be
exposed to typhoid.
Other diseases formerly feared are
now well within the limna of pro
ventlon. Th* future of medicine
lies in prevention rather than cure.
PEM!ANNUAL REPORT OF NO. Z TOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTEN
ANCE FUND FROM JANUARY I# TO JULY 1. 1931
.’an 10 Balance . . .. 18,983.89
Jilly 1 deficit ..'...7 .... ... ..._ . .472,43
Total ....... $6,456.31
C. T. Putnam, labor and payroll .. .143.90
C. I. Putnam, top soiling Boiling Springs-Shelby road .174.45
Standard Oil Co., gas. .7. __7. , , . .137.78
Flay Simmons, top soiling Horton Ferry road ... ... ... . 57.50
F. M. Ledbetter, top soiling roads ... . . .. .181,10
C. I. Putnam, top soiling roads..... . 141.00
O. I. Putnam, pay roll . .*_: . ....... ..... ...._... .....85.25
E. H. Blanton, top soiling roads.. .. . . _170.75
Edgar Moore, top soiling roads.. .... .. .. . .143.40
Newton Harrill, top soil .... . _ . _.28,23
B. W Bailey, putting in tile and road work .. 7.50
B. H. Hamrick, top soiling roads ... .. ... __ 317,76
L U. Arrowood, tiling In January . _ . ... 27.80
C. I. Putnam, top soiling Boiling Sprtngs-Cliffside road ...166.22
E G. Blanton, top soil . __ _ .... .. .. .......4.50
G:over Hamrick, top soil ..._ ...12.50
Onie Pearson, top soil ... .. ...15 33
F. B. Hamrick, top soil and book acct ... ._ 77. r. . .7, __51.10
B. H. Hamrick, top soil ... .. 14.00
Jarvis Pearson, top soil. ... ... . 4 50
lj G. Pearson, top soil . ..... ... ... ..Iq.OO
Mrs. Ora Blanton, top soil ...... .. .10.00
V. H. Hamrick, top soil _.... ..........1.. .. .J_ , .12.50
L. P. Hoffman, metal piping .. .7_ 34.32
Panther Oil and Grease Manufaet, Co., grease . . ... 43.35
Mrr Oliver Hamrick, top soil .. ...-.«in
W. N. Blanton. top soil_.....__ ...7... ... 3,50
J. s. Blanton, top soil .......... .... 4,25
Willie Hopper, top soil .....1.00
Vatrs Hamrick, top soli_.._.......A .. ]000
L V Blanton, top soil...•.. ^
D. Scruggs, top soil. ,5 w
F. B Hamrick, top soil _.... .....
C. I. Putnam, pay roll ........
Bony McSwaln, top soil...... \j-yO
Flay Simmons, top soiling roads....25* 55
J H. Hull, top soil ....... ......9 00
Flay Simmons, top soiling_.... ... .......1M.95
B. B. Harris, 10 days service as com, ...__ ..... ....90.00
C. 1. Putnam, pay roll and top soil .....2l«.*3
B. B. Harris, top soiling Cliffslde road _____ ...........79,10
F. M. Ledbetter. road work ___ .__u_;_2.30
B. B Harris, top soil ..._ _ ... ....14«.31
C. I Putnam, top soiling above Boiling Springs ....gg.44)
C T Putnam, payroll ... .. ... . ...116.13
Bam Smith, top soil . . . . _ . i2S0
J. D Elliott Jr.. 18 days service as com... .4*00
Standard Oil Co., gasoline . .......73.93
C I Putnam, payroll.... . .... .......73 ^
J. B. Jones, top soiling road at Poplar Springs church ....61.80
Flay Simmons-, road work ... ..... ..... ..... ..... _...13.50
F M I*dbetter, top soiling roads .... ...._...__113.$s
Byron Wilson, top soiling Burse road . . ...... ___74.50
B .H. Blanton, top sotltng Bill Blanton road ..............._.119.58
Huff Hamrick, top soiling Flint Hill road...53.13
2en Byldgea, top sotJ . .... .. ......... 11.37
J. B. Jones, top soli ... .........7.80
Kdgar Moore, top soiling Flint Hill road ..L"l13.e0
C. H. Pearson, top soiling Flint Hill road_......_.~__._13l.30
Standard Oil Co., gasoline ... ... ..77.31
C. I. Putnam, top soil .... ... .. . .......3.60
Onie Pearson, top soil . .. ......_... ........._7,0»
C TT. Pearson, top soil .. . __ ____ __17.50
W. E. Moore, top soiling Shelby-Bolling Springs road _ ._101.80
R. M White, top soil. .. .. ....jg gj
E. B. Hamrick, top soli _. . . . ___,..11.5*
W, N. Blanton, top soil . . __ ___ __13,00
Edgar Moore, top soil __ __ ... ... .......34^
C. I Putnam, payroll _ _ _ _ _ _ __............90.50
A. B, Hamrick, labor.......«:00
June Pearson, top soil ....... g38
I. M. Hamrick, top soil_. _ . . .. I... ....__ 13,50
r 1 Putnam payroll. . _ __ .....9387
B. W. Bailey, work on roads .. ... ..... 5.Q5
B. B. Jones, top soil ...__ . ... _ .. ,1.__.....11.75
J. C. Hamrick, top soil ..._ . . _... ...... ........10.00
W. H. Skinner, top soil - --........ ...35.00
Tester Oreen, top soil. .....1250
L. U, Arrowood tiling ..._ .34.80
fitar Publishing Co., publishing report .............ttX)
F. B. Hamrick, top soil .. .. . .........18.30
T F. Craven Co., drag blades ___ _____34.00
C B. Hamrick, top soiling road to Broad river_..... ....83.75
j C. T. Putnam, payroll ..... ........... ...
| Hroadus Hamrick, top soil . .. . . _ ____...11.83
J J. Spurltng, top coiling .... .140.8S
John M. Walker, topsoil ___... ...18.78
C. 1. Putnam, Payroll_ ... . .........90.35
M. J. Lovelace, top soil _ . .... ..................18,75
to.andard Oil Co. gasoline and oil .... ........_...155.79
C. J, Hamrick and Bona, dynamite caps and fuae 3,. __7.70
C. I. Putnam, pay roll . _ _______98.78
John Oreen, top soil ... . .. . ......_4.00
Eugene Lattlmore. top soiling Flat Rock. ....158.05
P. M. White, lumber . ... . ._.......3,75
C. H. Pearson, work o nroads . ____...... 3.35
c. I. Putnam, pay roll -- -- .-- --110.00
Alrle Jonas, work on road ... . __... ..........._...UO
J D. Elliott,. 13 days as com ..... ....43.00
Charlie Morehead, work on roads . . .. .3........3.........1.75
Uncollected taxes at Sheriffs partial settlement . ..733.43
Total __ $6,438.31
I, Mary F, Yarbrough Treasurer of Cleceland County, do rolemnly
swear that the foregoing statement is true and correct to the best of wv
knowledge and belief.
I. Mary E. Yarbrough. Treasurer of Cleveland County, do solemnly
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 39th of July..1031
A M. HAMRICK, Clerk Superior Court.
A Victim Of Hi» Own Rule.
TOOTS AND CASPER
V7r o' Or
L A’.jT MIGhT WAS
HE TASKS A
DID Y&l) HEAP THE'LATENT ROLE
COLOMEL WOOFER MADE? ME VvJOM'T
ALLOW MEMBERS TO PARK THEIR
OARS iaJ FRONT OF THE CLUB, A^V
M02E- IN FACT, HE'S ORDERED J
THE COP ON THE BEAT TO PUT A \
TICKET ON AMY CAR, THATS )
L PARKED OUT IN FRQMT p-r^
OAi A CAC.
' v»JAS IT *
■ ITS- YOOP CAR. -SIR, } I
I THtMK voue WIPE L'|
PACKED IT lAi FROMT V
WHILE SHE'S DOlAjCrp
k. SOME SWOPPtM<S- J.
The Intelligence Tett.
I WELL OF ALL
| evee heaep
this is -the
V LIMIT !
the \ 7
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TWE GOODFELLOWS' CIOS
lS GOING TO HOLD AN
I IP THE REST OF THAT
1 BUNCH CAN PASS
I'LL CO-ME. HOME VJVTH
A TCOCK LOAD OP
I'M DYlMG TO SEE TME
MEW PRESIDENT COLONEL
WOOFER. TAKE TmAT
THEY ASK THAT OLD
WORSE HOWMAMY DAYS]
THERE ACE IN A WEEK
HE'LL PROBABLY STAMP
HIS PROMT FOOT
. EIGHT TIMES/