<N«w York Times.)
People outside of Oklahoma have
been wondering Juat what the Gov
ernor of that State Is about. Why
did he post troops at the Oklahoma
end of the toll bridge to prevent
persona crossing the Red River from
Texas to pay for the privilege If
they wanted to? Why did he up
set the medical profession by per
mitting a chiropractor to treat a
patient In the State University
Hospital? Why did he propose to
cloae the State s oil wells by martial
law unless a price of $1 a barrel
was fixed for crude?
A Watch-Tower dispatch on an
other page today explains "Alfalfa
Bill'*'* sudden activities. He re
members that a hundred years ago
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CHARLOTTE. N. C.
the idol of this country was a pre
cedent smasher named Andrew
Jackson, Each century wants an
Old Hickory. Oovernor Murry pro
pose* to be the Jackson of the
Twentieth. In a time when the
people are murmuring against hard
times, and communism comes tor
word with its lure, a tme but con
stitutional proletarian must needs
arise. The Oovernor of Oklahoma
gazing in the mirror, sees that tri
bune of 1932, He will offer a plat
form. He will fight for it on the
convention floor. He will accept
the nomination—or will take thit
for Vice President—if it should be
Here is a reasonable explanation
To the Governor, known variously
among his people, according to the
nature of their crops, as "Alfalfa
Bill” and "Cocklebur Bill.” nothing
in politics seems impossible He is
somewhat Justified in his belief.
After he left Congress, where his
drooping mustachlos swept the aisles
'and his roars shivered the glass in
the celling of the House chamber,
he started a colony of farmers In
Bolivia. When this failed he 're
turned to Tlshlmingo and bided his
time. Ten years after his supposed
political death Mr. Murray was Oov
ernor again. As one of the chief
authors of the crazy-quilt Consti
tution of Oklahoma, “Alfalfa Bill”
knows how to cavort spectacularly
but within the law. Unlike hts
predecessor, he is not likely to be
Impeached. He will probably reach
the next National Convention with
the strength of the State behind
In a land swept by drought,
gnawed by grasshoppers, devoured
by army worms and crushed by:
business languor, Oovernor Murray
is as a cool, brawling stream. It
makes a Irnid and agreeable noise.
And the fact that it isn't going
anywhere in particular does not
rob the brooklet of its charm
May Run In 1932
Ex-White House Physician Declares
"t Do Not Choose to Run” Was
St. Paul.—Calvin Coolidge will bo
a candidate for President In 1932
If the people express decisively a
desire to draft him to meet the
economic situation, according to
Colonel James r. Coups!, former
White House physician, who Is quot
ed In a copyrlghter article in The
St. Paul Dispatch.
Dr. Coupal asserted that President
Coolidge never intended to remove
himself unconditionally from the
Presidential field when he issued
his famous "I do not choose to run ’
statement In 1927 and that he "was
hurt and disappointed ' when its
meaning was misinterpreted .“but
having been misunderstood, he felt
possibly that there was a stronger
man and refused to correct the mis
“President Coolidge would have|
loved to be the third-term President
of the United States." Dr. Coupal
said. "He was not disgusted with
public office, as some have Inti
In his "I do not choose" state
ment Mr, Coolidge simply wished,
In compliance with his own extreme
sense of Justice, to cast aside any
advantage that his presence in ths
White House might give him and
permit the people to choose another
man If they preferred, Colonel Cou
“I want to emphasise the fact
that the desire to have him run
I must be unquestionable and that
there must be no strings attached
to It. He would not consider it if
there were to be political obliga
tions to be paid to any one, or un
less he be given a free hand with
the means he believes can be
brought into play to end the de
pression and place the nation on
a sound footing.
"President Coolidge has the most
highly developed sense of Justice
and sense of his responsibilities and
the keenest ability to sift the true
from the false and the chaff of
propaganda from the grain of con
structive action that I have ever
seen in another man. He also is
the most inherently honest man I
have ever known.”
"Mr. Coolidge will run for Presi
dent in 1932.” said Colonel Coupal,
“if the people of this country evince
an unmistakable and unquestion
able desire to draft him to pull the
country out of this period of de
pression, and tf he can have the
Presidency without any political cr
other obligations attached to it.”
Oyster Bay, L I., Aug. 6—Mrs.
Edith Kermlt Roosevelt, widow of
Theodore Roosevelt, twenty-sixth
president of the United States, and
who thirty years ago ruled as first
lady of the land, is quietly observing
her seventieth birthday today.
In the big house on Sagamore Hill
to which she came as a bride in 1887
and which once served as the sum
mer White House. Mrs. Roosevelt is
receiving congratulations from her
family and friend*
By Ramblin’ Bill
War Vet Finds Climate Ideal For
Budding Health. Hospitable
Editor of The Star;
I have Just had the pleasure of
meeting the mayor of Prescott, Ari
zona, Mr. Bert Tilton, and several
officials of the county and city, and
while I have realised all along thati
Prescott, la a wonderful city, I did j
not know that there are so many
fine people here.
The mayor is a fine character of
the pioneer stock and after having
a long heart to heart talk with him
I have come to the conclusion that
It Is Indeed a privilege to live in
Northern Arizona and especially In
the city of Prescott.
Prescott, Is known far and wide as
possessing the best year-round cli
mate in America and attracts num
bers of people each year who value
both climate and scenery and rub
bing elbows with real 100 percent
American citizens. Prescott is alsp
known as "The Mile High Olty” be
ing a little over 5,280 feet altitude
It is frequently referred to as “The
Friendly City” and this slogan Is al
ways lived up to by the good people
It has been my experience upon
frequent occasions when I visited a
resort town to feel that I was being
"gouged" by the business people
whenever I bought something, and
rooms that were worth about three
dollars per week would cost about
that much each day. But it's differ
ent here In Prescott. You can rent
a very comfortable cottage of sev
eral rooms, furnished, and with
lights and water for from ten to
twentyfive dollars per month, and
other things are in proportion. At
no time will one feel that he is be
ing done, and he will always feel at
Go into any business place and
the clerks or even the boss himself
is always glad to talk to you regard
less of whether you desire to make
a purchase or not.
To anyone desiring to spend a
summer vacation far removed from
the din and turmoil of the busy city
and where the blankets at night can
be tued to a good advantage and the
heat during the daytime is negligi
ble, and where the air is pure and
invigorating, I have no hesitancy in
recommending Prescott, Arizona,
the Friendly City.
Prescott is located on one of the
most picturesque and scenic routes
in the United States and is only a
few' hours drive from the Grand
Canyon of Arizona on highway 89. It
ta on the Santa Fe railroad, Phoe
nix and Kansas City line and there
is good train service in and out
Prescott has two dally newspapers,
The Evening Courier and Journal
Miner, a Yavapai chamber of com
merce that is active and served the
entire county of one hundred miles
square. William P. Stuart, a grad
uate of Chapel Hill University and a
native of North Carolina is owner
and editor of The Evening Courier
and his editorials are quoted
throughout the entire southwest.
Mr. Stuart is quite a factor in the
city and has contributed much to
wards making Prescott what it is to
Prescott now has a population of
almost 20,000 and when the people
in the eastern sections of the Unit
ed States learn what a wonderful
flty it really is the population will
Over ten years ago the United
States government took the cue and
located their hospital No. 50 here,
which is now officially known as
United States Veterans hospital No.
50, and is one of the largest govern
ment hospitals in the United States
where veterans of all wars are
treated for tuberculosis and other
ailments caused from their war time
Yavapai county of which Prescott
is the county seat, is rich in min
erals several large mines being lo
cated within its confines. Stock
raising is also one of the chief In
dustries, and Prescott is known far
and wide as being the home of the
annual rodeo, which is held on July j
4th each year.
Prescott only has four police of
ficers and a small fore® of county
officers. There has never been a
crime wave hr this city. The people
are law abiding and petty thievery
is almost an unknown quantity.
While the people in other cities of
Arizona and other places are swel
tering in the heat of 110 to 115 and
sometime higher, Prescott residents
are sleeping under blankets every
night and comfortably wearing their
coats during the days.
Prescott is also in the heart of the
best hunting area in the state and
not so very far from the great Kal
bab forest where deer abound.
It is the ideal place for one to
spend his vacation or to bring his
entire family, and to anyone in the
east suffering with lung trouble of
any kind, this is the place to get
well, and the cost is not near as
Having qualified as Administrator of
the eMate of Mrs. Alice Clemmer Hatley,
deceased, late of Cleveland County. North
Carolina, thia ts to notify oil persons
having claims against the estate to present
them to the undersigned at 1211 Cedar
St Qaetonia. N C, duly proved on or
before the 2nd day of August. 1232. or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. AH persons indebted to tty
estate are requested to make immediate
This 1st diy of August. 1231.
Brady L. Clemmer. Admstr. Buiwtnk!?
<t> lloHsv tUorMva. 4t-3c.
much as many places I could men
Two months ago, I came here on
the verge of a nervous breakdown,
suffering also from war time dis
abilities. Today I feel fine and have
just marched In the American Le
gion parade which was held here in
connection with their annual con
vention which La taking place In this
city at present. Thousands of le
gionalres and their wives are here
having the time of their lives and
there’s a reason—Prescott is the
most wonderful city and has the fin
est climate of the entire country.
Whipple, Arizona. July 31, 1931.
New Demands For
Charity This Fall
Mr. Average American might just
as well get ready now to give just
twice as much to charity this fall as
he gave last fall.
Allen T. Burns, executive director
of the National Association of Com
munity Chests and Councils, having
completed a five-weeks’ study of 184
principal American cities and towns,
reports that the relief burden next
winter will be double that of last
The demands on charity, in fact,
will be so great that private philan
thropy cannot possibly meet them,
he says. City and county govern
ments will have to make extensive
appropriations if the need Is to be
One of the things that makes the
situation worse Is that private sav
ings of the unemployed are becom
ing exhausted. Jobless men who did
not need help last winter will need
a great deal of it this winter. The
public will have to give as it has not
Bertie County is said to have the
best prospect for crops at this time
that it has had in eight years.
~BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to an order of the Referee tn
Bankruptcy of the District Court of the
United 8lates, for the Western District
of North Carolina, the undersigned Trus
tee. will sell at public Auction for cash
I to the highest bidder at 12 o'clock Noon
Ion Monday September 7th, 1931 . at the
court houar door of Cleveland County In
Shelby, North Carolina, the following de
scribed property, situated in the heart ol
the business section of Shelby, N C. and
more particularly described as follows.
A 1-S undivided Interest, in that Lot
on west side of south Lafayette street in
the Town of Shelby, N. C on which Is
located a Building formerly occupied by
Farmers Hardware, said lot being a. part
of lot No. 1J and fronting 26 feet on® said
street and having a depth of 160 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
1*11 by deed recorded In Book "IT" el
Deeds at page 4*2 of Register of Deedr.
of Cleveland County to which reference
la hereby made for meets and bounds in
detail. This sale is made for purpose ol
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 *1460 00 dated
August 26th. 1*30 . and due August 28th,
1931-j and Recorded In Book 183 at page
L. F. Kluta, Trustee, Newton. N C.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Department of State.
To all whom theae presents may come—
Whereas. It appears to my satisfaction
by duly authenticated record of the pro
ceedings for the voluntary dissolution
thereof by the unanimous consent of all
the stockholders, deposited in my office,
that the Double Springs Light * Power
Company, a corporation of this State,
whose principal office la situated at No.
R. F. D. No 4, Street. In the Town of
Shelby, County of Cleveland, State of
North Carolina iF. Bate Blanton being the
agent therein and In charge thereof, upon
whom procesa may be served), has com
plied with the requirements of Chapter
22, Consolidated Statutes, entitled "Corp
orations.'' preliminary to the issuing of
this Certificate of Dissolution:
Now therefore, I J, A. Harness. Secre
tary of State of North Carolina, do here
by certify that the said corporation did,
on the 30th day of July, 1831 file in my
office a duly executed and attested con
sent tn writing to the dissolution of safd
corporation, executed by all the stock
holders thereof, which said consent and
the record of the proceedings aforesatd
are now on file in my said office as
provided by law.
In testimony whereof, I have hereto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
at^Raleigh, thla 30th day of July. A. D.
J. A. Bartness, Secretary of State
DR. S. F. PARKER
— PHYSICIAN -
Office Phones 64 and No. 2
Residence Phone 129-J
1 Dr. D. M. Morrison
Office Days: Ever; Wednesday
* And Friday.
Wool worth Bldg. Shelby, N. C
Eyee Sclent.firallv Examined
Glasses Fitted. Lenses Dupli
cated, Broken Frames
Civil Engineer And
.'arm Surveys. Subdivis
ions, Flats and Genera)
- Phone 417 -
Of Late Interest
Miss Mabel bright And Mrs. 8, M.
Greene Honor Mrs. Furr Of
■ Special to The Star.*
Mooresboro, Aug. 8.—The attrac
tive home of Miss Mable Wright was
the scene of a lovely party Wednes
day afternoon when Miss Wright
and Miss Ina Morehead were Joint
hostesses, entertaining for Mrs. D.
M. Furr of Asheville. Tables for
bridge were arranged in the living
and dining rooms, where a variety
of summer flowers carried out the
color scheme of pink and white. Mrs.
D. M. Furr received high score prize
and Miss Iris Rollins won low score
prize. The honoree'was presented a
lovely gift. A salad course in which
the color scheme was carried out
was served by the hostesses.
Invited guests were Mesdames D.
M. Furr, J. K. Smart, E. Y. Mc
Brayer. R. G. Burrus, J. W. Greene,
Y. L McCardwell, L. W. Greene, J.
D. Blanton, J. W. McCardwell, J. A.
Kiser, S. M. Greene, A. B. Godfrey.
J. L. Scoggins, P. V. Capps, Misses
Lucy Lattlmore, Roberta Royster,
Louise Roberts, Janet Falls, Mar
garet Greene, Marlon Morehead.
Iris Rollins, Flora Burrus, Willie
Greene, Ray Robinson.
Mrs. S. M. Greene was hostess at
a dinner party Thursday evening
honoring Mrs. D. M. Furr of Ashe
ville. Covers were laid for the fol
lowing guests: Mrs. D. M. Furr, 8.
W. Brown, E. T. Bailey, Misses Willie
Greene, Ina Moreheadv Mable
Wright. Mary Smith, Helen Odom.
Mrs. J. W. McCardwell and chil
dren of Buckner, Ky., are here vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Burrus and
family of Canton wrere the week-end
guests of relatives and friends here.
Mrs. M. G. Martin will leave Aug
ust 15 for New York to buy her fall
Mr. B. L. Scruggs of Charlotte
spent the week-end with his mother,
Mrs. T. L. Scruggs.
Mrs. Alice Bridges has returned
home after visiting her daughter,
Mrs. D, P. Queen, In Newberry, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Godfrey and
attractive daughter, Barbara Caro
lyn. of Branchville, Md., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lovelace and
daughter of Washington, D. C. were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. S Q. McCraw of
Lincolnton and Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
McCraw of Troy were the week-end
guests of thetr parents Mr. and Mrs.
9. C. McCraw.
Dr. X. Greene of Jacksonville, Fla.
is sipending his vacation here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gold of
Winston-Salem are the guests of his
sisters, Mrs. F .8, Morehead and
Mrs. S. H. DePriest.
Visitor—"Well, Joe, how do you
like your new little sister?"
Joe—"Oh, she’s all right, I guess;
but there are lots of things we need
T. W. Ebeltoft
Grocer and Book
Phone — 82
Have Your Eyes Examtned
DRS. H. D. & R. L.
Office Over Paul Webb &
Son’s Drug Store.
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AUGUST 15, 1931
New York ..__ $23.91
Tickets Limited 21 Days
For Information See
H. E. PLEASANTS, DPA,
RALEIGH, N. C.
AIK UNI RAILWAY
Young Man Pays
His Birth Bill
Young Man Assumes Debt. Incurred
When He Was Born 21 years
Washington, N. C. — Dr. P. A.
Nicholson, M. D., has changed his
opinion of human nature.
The other morning a young man
walked Into his office:
“What can 1 do for you?" asked
“Doctor," said the visitor, "you
don't know me. My name is John
G— and I live down at Blounts
"Any relation to Jim G—?" In
quired the physician.
“He Is my daddy,” replied John.
“Been dead seven years last Mav
I owe you some money, doctor, and
I’ve come to pay you.'
“Well, I hate to turn dpwn cash'
replied the doctor, “but I don’t re
member that I ever have rendered
you any medical service.”
"Yes, you have," disagreed the
visitor. “Y ou rendered me a mighty
Important service. You helped bring
me into the world. I’m twenty-one
years old today, and I just found
out yesterday that my father had
never paid you for the visit you
made to our house. Mother told me
about it last night,
“We were talking about my birth
day last night, and we both made up
our minds that the best way we
could observe it would be to pay that
old bill of yours. How much Is it?”
Dr. Nicholson told the young man
he couldn’t recall the fee for such a
service 21 years ago. “but let's call
it $35 and settle it at that."
John pulled out a roll of bills,
peeled off $35 and the two men
Dr. P. A. Nicholson, M. D., then
changed his opinion of human na
Jackson County farmers are ship
ping spring' lambs at good prices.
A car of 95 lambs was shipped to
Cincinnati last week.
Thuraady & Friday
SPECIAL TRAl .
Round Trip *n
i 7-00 a.m. ^
Grover ‘l5 a.m.
S Rings Mtn- *• a.m. $l.o0
Besse. Citv 7 ^ & ^ .oJ
Gastonia - Q a>tn.
« Cramer on 1 ™ a m. *1.50
Belmont _ _ w. $1.2.>
I Charlotte- *•» ,.m. JV.M
1 gSSUi U — , •"
j Moor.esville 7:20 a.m. $1.25
Mt Mourne 7:25 a.m. $1.25
Davidson 7:30 a.m. $1.25
Cornelius, 7:32 a.m. $1.25
Caldwell __ 7.36 a.m. $1.25
Huntersv'e 7:40 a.m. $1.25
Croft_7:47 a.m. $1.2!
Derita ___ 7:53 a.m. $1.25
i The Grover and Moorts
villc trains will he consoli
; dated at Charlotte, arriving
Thomasville 10:25 a. m.
Returning special train
1 will leave Thomasville at
4:15- P. M.
Special baggage car for
refreshments and Picnic
Ask Committees or Tick
et Agents SOUTHERN j
R. H. GRAHAM,
Division Passenger Agent, j
Southern Railway System,
Charlotte, N. C.
Having this day qualified as adminis
trator ol tha estates of Emery G. Denham
and Gertrude P. Denham, deceaseds, late
of Cleveland County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estates to present them to the
undersigned, at his office In Shelby, N
C. on or before the 13th day of July,
1033, or this notice will be pleaded tn bar
of their recovery. All persons Indebted
to said estates will please make Immediate
settlement. This July 10. 1111.
PRANK L. HOYLE, Administrator of the
estates of Emery G. Denham and Oer
trude P. Denham, deceaseds «t-July Uc.
Having thu day qualified aa adminls
trator of the estate of T. w. Gladden,
late of Cleveland oounty, Notth 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 193J or this
notice will be pleaded In bar of any re
covery thereof All persons indebted to
the said estate will please make Immediate
I settlement to the undersigned. This July
I F. B OLADDEN, Administrator of T.
W. GLADDEN, deceased. Dt-13e
'I We Fill Any
For A Registered
SALE OF HOME
The house and lot known as the Mrs. Mary E. White
homeplacc, situated at No. 513 Hillcrest Street, in City
of Shelby, North Carolina, wjll he sold on the premise*
at public auction on,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1931,
At. 11:30 O'CLOCK
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash and balance in six, 12
and 18 months, with interest on deferred payments.
UNITED BANK & TRUST COMPANY
EXECUTOR OF MARY E. WHITE.
For further information write R. D. Duugla«, Trust
Officer, United Bank & Trust Co.. Greensboro, N. C.
Through Passenger Train Service
Monroe To Rutherfordton, N. C.
8:30am 8:30am Iv Monroe
9tl5am. 9:15am ar Charlotte
9:25 am 9:25 am Iv ^Charlotte
10:31am 10:31 am Iv Lincolnton
11:15 am 11:15 am Iv Shelby
11:53 am 12:15 pm ar Hllenboro
11:53 am 12:45 pm Iv Ellenbouo
12:30 pm 1:55 pm ar Ruthcrf’dton Iv
Effective Sunday, June 1st
ar 8:25 pm
lv. 7:40 pm
ar 7:20 pm
lv 6:10 pm
FOR INFORMATION SEE AGENT
H. E. PLEASANTS. DP A.. RALEIGH.
6:10 pm ■
4 :10 pm
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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
A NEW LOAN
QUICK SMALL LOANS — $5 TO $40
To men and women steadily employed. Just on your
promise to pay on your own terms. No worthy
person refused. Also $50 to $1,000 on stocks and
bonds. Easy Payments. Cheerful, confidential serv
ice. No embarrassment, no delay. Come in and
let’s get acquainted. Costs you nothing if you don’i
borrow and little if you do.
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