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    Ret! Tape Victim
Pacing Reparation from her hug
'•and and 4-year-old daughter, be
eaaae of a deportation order tc
aend her back to her native Jugo
slavia, Mrs. Irka Kuamanich (ol
San Francisco. above with husband
and child), who Is soon to be a
mother again, made tearful en
treaties to the authorities to per
mit her baby to be bom an Ameri
can. Mrs. Kuxmanirh had only a
sit-month permit when she came
hore six years ago and married
Martin Kuimanich. The Jugosla
vian consul is interesting himscli
in her case.
Our idea of a washout u the
man who thinks everybody is in
terested in his small son.
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Believes a Headache or Neuralgia in
i# minutes, checks a Cold the first
day, and checks Malaria in three
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For children one month old to five
years of age. Relieves colds, indiges
tion and hovel-troubles and is es
pecially recommended for cooling
fever.
‘Easy Teether Makes Teething Easy
At all Good Drug stores *_35c
MOVED
I have moved my shop from
tha Bolck Garage to the Ideal
Sendee Station,Jtrid Misrnheim
er, manager.
See me at my new location for
Daco painting and fender work.
P. M. FEATHERSTONE,
Proprietor
Phone 194
Old at 40 ?
Beware Kidney Acidity
If you feel old and run-dorm from
Backache Leg
Psltts, Stiffness, Nervousness, Circles
“Oder Eyes, Headaches, Burning anil
Bladder Weakness, caused by Kid
ney Acidity, I want you to quit auf
fertng right now. Come In and get
what I think Is the greatest med
trine I have ever found. It often
*l\ea big improvement in St hours.
Just ask me for Cystcx (Slas-teii
Its only ,5c and I guarantee It to
quickly combat these conditions and
JJ**'£fy oomplctelyj or return empty
package and get your monay bacii.
JULIUS A. SUTTLE DRUG STORE
Thedford'a Black-Draught
Censttpation. Indigestion,
and Blllousneae.
Restless,
could not sleep
W'J’Hjcre were days
when I felt like I
could not get my work
done. I would get so
and ‘trembly*
would have to lie
down. I was very rest
less, and could not
sleep at night.
My mother advised
me to take Cardui,
and I certainly am
glad she did. It Is
the first thing that
seemed to give me
any strength. I felt
better after the first
bottle. Z kept It up
to
HEALTH
I housands leather
At Ellenboro Fair
(Special to The Star.)
Ellenboro, Sept, 24.—-After thou
sands of people had entered the fair
grounds at Ellenboro last Friday
and Saturday to see the excellent
exhibits of tire various departments
of the fair and to take part In the
midway attractions, the Colfax fair
came to a close late Saturday night
with comments that It was the most
successful of any fair ever held at
EUenboro.
The fair grounds with a midway
of many ride.1) and other forms of
amusements took on the atoms •
j phere of a real county fair Friday
! and Saturday nights when It. was
; crowded with people filled with fair
spirit
Friday afternoon the baby show
drew a large crowd when from
twenty-five to fifty babies were on
exhibition. Uttlc Miss Bettie Sue
Barnett was awarded the $1.00 cash
I prize for being the prettiest baby
under one year of age in the show,
and Martha Bridges was given the
same amount for being the pret
tiest one to two years of age. One
dollar went to little Mias Mary Crow
as a result of being judged the best
developed under one year, and the
same amount to Agnes Green who
i was judged the best developed one
to two years. Little Dorothy Allen
was awarded $1.00 In cash for be
ing the fatte.d under one year. Mas
ter Jake Vassey Harrill was the
I fattest one to two years of age and
| got $1.00 In cash. Other winners in
the show all of whom got prizes
follow: Madge Harris. Mary C.
Crow.- Charles Bweczy, Martha
Brtdgec. Mrs. J. As bury of Forest
[city, Mrs. J. B. Stockton of ltuth
,erfordton and Mr.-, W. C. Falvey
of Forest City were the Judges of 1
the baby show.
Previous to the awarding of the
prizes In the baby show Miss Eliza
beth Rucker was crowned queen in
an impressive carnation exercise.
After being crowned she awarded
the prizes to the babies. Little Miss
Jene Bridges and Joe Long stretch
ed the ribbons Just ahead of Doi
o hy Bushong and Corbet Jones
strewed the flowers ahead of Mis
Rucker as she walked on cheese
cloth to the rostrum where she was
crowned by Fiances Roark and
Dick Hamrick who also carried the
crown in the exercises.
Tlie athletic and fun events wa:;
opened up Saturday when Profes
sor A, C. Hood threw two bantam
roosters from the top of the school
building with an announcement,
"They are yours if you catch them."
Then, he threw other prizes which
were caught by the people below In
the crowd.
Miss Lillian Street got the priz?j
for driving seven nails in a piece of j
timber the quickest, and Miss Jessie
Pearl Kendrick was awarded the
prize for drinking a quart of milk
tlie quickest from a bottle.
The ice sitting contest was won
j by Z&nc Edwards who sat on a
(block of ice for fifteen and one-hat.'
minutes. He would have sat longer
but his father demanded that ne
should get off of the block. How
ever. the boy has not suffered any
injury from chilling his body.
The cchool exhibit was very much
better and larger this year. All de
partments of the school had some
thing on exhibit showing the nature
of the work done.
Mr. Wfbb won in the corn husk
ing contest.
Professor Morns. agricultural
teacher at Central high school and
County Agent Patton judged the
field crops and horticultural prod
ucts. Miss Howard and Mr. Price
judged the flowers.
WOMAN' EVANGELIST TO
SPEAK ON NEXT SUNDAY
Mu-s Dora Willis will preach at
Carpenters Grove on next Sunday
p. m. at 2 o'clock, September 37th
Miss Willis is a great speaker. Sh"
has recently answered the call to
preach. Everybody invited.
NOTICE OF Ttl'mi'S RALE
Default having been made in payment
nf the indebtedness secured by that cer
tain deed of trust to the undersigned a*
Trustee tor Ptldt Lite Insurance Company
by E. L. Beam and title. Annie Bernice
Beam, on the 33rd day of October. 1938.
and recorded In the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Cleveland County In
Book 158 at Page 386. it will, under and
by vtrtue of the power of sale vested In
bv said deed of trust, and at the request
of the sestut que trail, and tor the pur
pose of discharging the debe secured by
said deed of trust, proceed to sell to the
| highest bidder, for c*sh. et the court
house door In Shelby. Cleveland Count'-,
"rth Ct-roltna. at 13 o'clock M on
Monday. October 19, tail
I the following described land, to-wit'
Lying and being In No 6 townahlp.
C'eveland County N. C.. and more par
ticularly described and defined as fol-1
lows: All that house and lot situated In
the Town of Shelby, N C . and tn the
Southeast square thereof, on the North
side of Graham 6treet, and on tire West
side of DeKalb Street, and known as the
residence of the said c. R Webb; thej
same being the lot which was conveyed
to the eald Cleveland Bank A- Trust Com
pany. by deed by J. J. Latliinore. Trus
tee. by deed dated Jan. 30. 1833. and re
corded In Book “LLL" of Deeds, at page
308 In the office of Register of Deeds of
Cleveland County. N. C , and more par
ticularly described as follows Beginning
at a stake, south edge of Mrs M. J
DoggetC* line, and corntr of the J A
Wright line thence with said Wright line
East 80 feet to the West edge of DeKaib
Street; thence with said DeKalb Street
South ISO feet to the north edge of Gra
ham street; thence with Graham street
West 80 feet to Mrs M. J Doggett , eo*.
ner, thence North with her Une 180 feet
to the beginning. The aforesaid lot •*
the same as that eon'eyed to Enos L
Beam and wife. Annie Bernice Beam b»
the Cleveland Bank * Trust company bv
deed dated October », 1»3S. which deed
la registered m Book "J-P ■ page 461 m
the office of the Register of Deeds' of
Cleveland County. N. C.
Thta the 16th day of September. 1831
NORTH C ARGUN A TRUST COMPANY
Trustee.
Brooks. Perker, Smith a Wharton.
Attorneys, Greensboro, N c
oelwood Section
Events Of Week
Missionary Ladies Meet. Birthday
Dinner At Mr. (atndon's.
Other News.
Belwood, Sept. 23.—Mrs. Hug 1
Hoyle entertained the missionary
ladles of Kade&h church Saturday
afternoon. Among those present
were Mesdumes lee McMurry, S. A
Peeler, Walter Dixon, Frank Sta
mey and Mrs. W, C. Edwards and
Misses Rosemary Peeler and Male
Edwards at the close of Hie pro
gram Delicious refreshments were
served.
Born recently to Air. and Mrs*
John 8aln a dainty daughter.
Mr. John Brackett had the mis
fortune of getting his arm broken
early in the spring. He was shot in
the foot.
A large crowd attended the birth
day dinner at the home of Mr
and Mrs. John London in honor of
Mrs. Jane London Sunday.
Mr. Charles McMurry of Wash
ington, D. C. spent the past week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, C
K. McMurry.
Miss Male Ledford, daughter e!
Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Ledford has
;ntered Mars Hill college where she
will be a freshman this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cline and chil
:lren of Lawndale visited .her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith
Saturday afternoon.
Miss Austinc Brackett, R, N.. of
Shelby, spent several days last
week with her parents, Mr. an !
Vfrs. J. W, Brackett.
Mrs. Paul Wellmon and daugh
er. Miss Shirley, of near Lawndale
ipent the week-end with Mrs. M. J.
Wellmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sain ano
‘hildron spent Sunday with Mr. and
Urs. Will Sain of Vale.
Miss Pearl Gantt spent Friday
right and Saturday with Mr, and
Urs. J. T. Ramsey of Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Willis and
:hildren of Lincolnton visited her I
nother, Mrs. S. L. Oantt Sunday I
morning.
Mis* Ala Male Brackett lias rc«
signed her position as a mine at
the state hospital at Morganton.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Warllek of near
Casar spent Sunday with his sis
ter. Mrs. Elite White.
Mr. and Mrs. duy Warllek ana
| babv of Lawndale and Mr. and Mrs
| Clarence Warl^k of Vale spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
i Mrs. B. C. Turner.
Little Miss Katherine Stanley is
quite 111 at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Willis mid
children of Lincolnton visited Mr.
and Mrs. Will Willis Sunday after
noon.
Mr, and Mr.:. Moore are spending
tome time with relatives at Lenoir
Mrs. M. J. Wellmon and children
Effle and Paul, visited her daugh
ter. Mrs. Cletus Wright of Beams
! Mill Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hoyle and
| children and Mr. Lem Hoyle and
Mrs. George Martin and children i
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr.;
Noah Hoyle and Mr. anti Mrs. Joe I
Mintz of near Blacksburg, B. C.
Mr. M. L. Smith and children of
Fallstoa spent Sunday afternoon
with his parents, Mr. and Mr. j
Mack Smith.
The many friends of Miss Bessie
Lee Warllek surprised her Satur
day evening with a jkarty. Games,
contests and conversations were
carried on during the evening.
Miss Jennette Hoyle and Edward
Brackett had their tonsil? removed
at Shelby Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dixon and
children spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs, Guy Dixon of Lin
colnton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Edwards and
daughter. Miss Maie, attended a
surprise birthday dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Layton Ed
wards of near Bostic Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Melton and family
of Glenn Alpine and Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Peeler and family was the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prank
Stamey Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dayberry and
children visited her mother. Mrs
W. w. Richard Sunday afternoon.
Mr. B. C. Turner of Shelby spent
the week-end at his home.
Swift’* Jewel
SHORTENING
5 d„ 25c Btct, 7Vc
FOLK FANCY FLORIDA
Grapefruit Nc°.n2 15c
N. B. C.
Crackers
6 p£, 25c
Rf;ai>"t to skhvje
Spaghetti
2 cans 15c
OCTAGONPRODUCrS
Soap special 3 cakes 10c
Soap large 5 cakes 25c
Soap toilet 3 cakes 23c
Powders 3 pkgs. 10c
PLAIN
A&P SUNNYFIELD
24 lb. 98 lb.
*2ls
59c
IONA
24 lb. 98 lb.
49c T!
SCOTTISSUE 3 rolls 23c
WALDORF 4 rolls 19c
FAIRY SOAP 6 cakes 25c
CHIPSO 3 pkgs. 23c
» o'clock Hjjjj. |b |Q||
COFFEE san,ov ’ *
CHEESE »• 19c
Corned Beef a,1 19c
m j, » l.uciy SUlkea Cartou t O SO
Cigarettes r.;: y *
GRANDMOTHER’S
BREAD Sc
— A. & P. MARKET SPECIALS —
Sliced Boiled
Ham, lb.__
Sliced Break
fast Bacon, lb.
35c
25c
Sliced Cured
Ham, lb.
Pure Pork
Sausage. !b . _
25c
15c
THE
GREAT
Atlantic & Pacific «
Double Shoals News
Of the Current Week
C. R. Spangler Quits Sunday School
Superintcndenoy After Five
Year*.
(Six'cial to The Star.)
Double Shoals, Sept. 24.—A large
crowd was present last Sunday at
the division meeting of. the B. Y
P. V. Three unions were present
and a very interesting program was
given. Revs. D, G. WashburiT and
W. A. Elam brought fine messages
in regard to B. Y. P. U. work.
The Baptist Sunday school will
have a new superintendent, Sun
day. Sept. 27th. After five yeais
without a change, Supt. C. R. Span
gler resigned one month ago to take
effect Sunday, Sept. 20th. Carl M
Spangler will take over the work
and lead a Sunday school that has
been on the accredited list of stand
ards for seven years.
Messrs. A. L. Spangler and Yates
Sperling made a business trip last
week to Kannapolis.
Messrs. A. D. and A. P. Spangler
and family spent last Sunday with
Mr. and Mrp. Clarence Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spangler, of
Shelby, spent one day last week
with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Spangler.
Mr. and Mrs. Yates Sperling of
Waco and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Span
gler spent last Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cornwell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spangler spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 8. B.
Eskridge.
Miss Bessie Eskridge spent several
days last week with Mrs. A, A.
roney.
Saturday and Sunday will be
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICK
Having this d»y nullified u adminis
tratrix of the estate of Cirl M Stroup,
leceased of Cleveland county. North Caro
Iria, this la to notify all persons having
■lalma against the said estate to present
:hem to me properly proven on or before
the 20th day of July 1933 or this notice
Win be pleaded In ber of any recovery
hereof. All persons Indebted to the said
’state will please make immediate settle
uent to the undersigned.
This July 31st. 1931.
Mrs. Atha Stroup, Administratrix of
•state of Carl M. Stroup. «t-31p.
I regular monthly services at the
Baptist church. Church conference
Saturday at 3 o’clock. A commun
ity-wide religious census will bi
; taken Sunday morning. Sunday
school at 2 o'clock and preaching a'
!3 o'clock p. m.
Lutheran Church
Sunday Services
Lutheran Church of the Ascen
sion, Rev. N. D. Yount, pastor. Sev
enteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Sunday school at ten o'clock. A
little time given to the study 01
Eternal Truth. Morning worship, 11
Luther league, 6:30, a live pro
gram for wide-awake young peo
ple.
Evening worship, 7:30, sermon bv
o'clock. 8ermon by the pastor,
the pastor, on timely topics.
Special: Southwestern district
meeting of the Luther league of
North Carolina in Kings Mountain
at 3:30 p. m. Let us have a full
representation. Pay up Sunday. Ac
cording to the suggestion of the
stewardship committee of Synod, wc
want to make a special effort to
catch up, if we are behind in our
contributions. These services are
held In the Episcopal church. Come.
Thi* Woman Lost
64 Pounds of Fat
Mrs. H, Price of Woodside, L. I„
writes: "A year ago I weighed 190
lbs. I started to take Kruschen and
now I weigh 128 and never felt bet
ter in my life and what’s more I
look more like 20 yrs. old than the
mother of 2 children, one 19 and
the other 18. Every one of iny
friends say it’s marvelous the way
I reduced."
To lose fat with speed take a
half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a
glass of hot water before breakfast
every morning—don’t miss a morn
ing—an 85 cent bottle lasts 4 weeks
—get it at Stephenson Drug store
and Cleveland Drug store or any
drug store in America. If not joy
fully satisfied after the first bottle
—money back. adv.
— PAY YOUR 1930 TAXES —
And save the embarrassment of having
your property advertised for sale. Under
the law, all property on which 1930 taxes
have not been paid, will be advertised for
sale, the first week in October.
No more grace can be allowed. Attend
to this at once.
I. M. ALLEN, Tax Collector
Land To Be Sold
THE J. M. McSWAIN LAND, OF GAFFNEY,
S. C., WILL BE SOLD BEFORE THE COURT
HOUSE DOOR IN GAFFNEY, S. C., ON
MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, AT ELEVEN
O’CLOCK A. M., BY PROBATE JUDGE
LAKE W. STROUP.
BETWEEN 600 AND 700 ACRES GOOD
FARM LAND, CUT INTO LOTS OF 40 TO
50 ACRES EACH.
THE LATE J. M. McSWAIN WAS ONCE A
RESIDENT OF CLEVELAND COUNTY.
Money For The Fair
If you are »hort of cash for the Cleve
land County Fair, se$ us for loans from
$5 to $40 on your own personal endorse
ment. Also $50 to $1,000 on stocks and
bonds. Easy payments, confidential
service. No unnecessary delays.
Citizens Finance
Company
12 Lineberger Building
Entrance W. Marion St.
~7 yrygisraa
fci, We Fill Any p v Tri W flT f-1 JO For A Ra«l*tered
' Doctor* SI) | I Lt, S Dru«Ut
PRESCRIPTIONS ^ PHONE tt«
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Ready
To Serve
The officers of the Union Trust Com
pany stand ready, at your request,
to give you all the information at
their disposal in connection with your
business problems and to aid you in
every way consistent with sound
banking practice.
Union Trust Co.
"IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH”
uaLmq Tests
win prove it
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DOUBLE TESTED
DOUBLE ACTION
ctfAE PRICf _
40?t^S
. 25 ounces for 259
COPYRIGHT 1911 »Y JAOUES n?C Cb *. *'
millions of pounds used by
OUR GOVERNMENT
HOW AT a NEW AK> LOW**
PWCE FO* 1M1, MIS
Graatast of Haavy Duty
Ticat ic Mad* Still Finart
STILL mora milaaga, though Hi# cost to you
U last! That's tit* b*g new* of 1931 about
•be Umowt Now Goodyear Heavy Duty AH
Woo tit or. You've toon it adding StyU end
Searteeas to many e#rt. Your eyes have ad
"tired it* prwmed sidebars pointing to the S3
vor Stripe on tito wad. You've noted its big tae,
it* Husky beauty. No Heavy duty tire hat aver.
»ald Rauch tr emend out numbers—if* TH€
leaderl Come m and let ut tell you how little it
aoat* today to enfoy the matchless endurance,
aelety end ityie of these great tires
on YOUR carl
LAWMJALE, N. C.
5,000 HOMES RECEIVE THE STAR
Every Other Day. That Means 20,000 intense
Readers. If you have something to sell, tell
these 20,000 People about it in these columns.
    

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