Answers To Star’s
On Page One
-I.' The~use of two tYiftais,- gold
»nd silver, as currency base*
2. It Is on the southernmost island
of fhe-Fuegian Archipelago.
3 A medium tan.
4 Most of tin- starch.
5 It is a state of the Common
wealth of Australia
8. "St. Louis Blue*
9 The Secretary of the Treasury.
11. The volt..
12. Oreat Britain. 'T
13. The Civil War.
14 Will Roger*
15. "In the some place
It? Yes. occasionally.
17. Band leader.
18. Detective and mystery stories.
19. An opera by Verdi.
20. A few states permit voting by
aliens who hold "first papers.”
NOTtCS TO CREDITORS
Having tMs day qualified as adminis
tratrix or the estate of J. P Boyle*, lot*
of Cleveland county, all persons holding
claims against said estate will please pre
aent ths same. proparly provan lo the
undersigned on or before the 2flth day of
August. 1931 or this notice will be plead
ed In bar of anv recovery All person*
indebted to the said estate will make im
mediate payment to the undersigned
Thl* 94th or August. 1932
ADA BOYLES. Administratrix of J
P Boyle*’ Estate.
9 T. Falls. Attorney. dt Aug 26c
Cost 85 Cents To Put
Back To Work Again
Now Joyously Happy
While all his family looked on in
astonishment and all his friends
were amared. one man took all the
pain, swelling and agony from hla
tortured Joint* In 48 hour* and dtd
it with that famous rheumatic pre
scription known to pharmacists as
A H*nru---you can do the same.
Tills powerful yet safe remedy Is
wonderful—Its action is almost
Just get one 88 cent bottle of Al
lenru from Cleveland Drug Co., or
any live druggist-take It as direct
ed and If in 48 hours your pains
haven't all left you get your mon
It. works Just as awtftly with Neu
ritis. Sciatica, Lumbago and Neural
— $4.00 —
Fare To The
All Stations On The
Charlotte to Rutherford
hktmMed Midnight Septem
Reduced Pullman Fares.
Visit Virginia Beach
Boating — Bathing
•For information See Agent
AIR LINE RAILWAY
I A' GLORIOUS
September 1 -2
From: Rutherfordton. Bos
tic, Ellenboro, Mooresboro,
Lattimone. Shelby, Waco,
Stanley, Mount Holly,
Via Norfolk and Steamer
September nights arc
"Spooning Nights” o n
Bay” Via the “Famous Old
Tickets sold for trains
22-6 Rutherfordton to Char
lotte, September 1st and
2nd; Limited returning
from Baltimore Sunday 1
night September 4th or 1
Monday night, Sept. 5t,h.
For information see agent.
H. E. PLEASANTS, DPA,
505 Odd Fellows Bldg.,
Raleigh, N. C.
AIR LINE RAILWAY
Around Our TOWN
fly RE NX DRUM.
SHELBY VOTING NOW
ON NEW PRESIDENT
Who are you going to support tor president?
For the last week Shelby and Cleveland county people have been
receiving postal cards from the Hearst newspapers asking them to cast
a straw vote ballot-on-the Hoover*Roosevelt .presidential contest. .Judg
ing from what we have heard about 95 of every too cards being mailed
back through the Shelby post office express a preference for Roosevelt
But how is the vote going over the state and nation? A recent tabulation,
one made In the middle of this week, shows that In the nation as a
whole so far -Roosevelt has received 47,800 votes to Hoover's 28,177.
In the electoral vote count the one, that realty elects—Roosevelt has
4S5 votes to Hoover's 76, The only States carried by Hoover in the
electoral college vote are Connecticut, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts,
New Hampshire. Ohio (by a skln-of-the-teeth margin), Rhode Island
In North Carolina the vote was 1,793 for Roosevelt and 374 to:
Hoover. Two hundred and ninety-one North Carolina men voted for
Hoover and 83 women; 1,374 North Carolina men voted for Roosevelt
and 419 women.
Over the nation as a whole 15,008 women voted for Roosevelt while
10,352 voted for Hoover. Showing, mayhaps, that, the women think Mrs.
Roosevelt, possesses the proper graces and dignity to occupy the White
Now that vou know' all that, go ahead and mail in yoiu card if
you haven't already.
Slang collectors may be inters ted tn knowing that when you orde:
a chicken croquet In a truly modern cafe the waiter sings out "Fowl
Ball" .... F.dgar M. Howerton, we learn by the Atlanta Journal; is
now one of the baritone singers over Atlanta’s WSB, Howerton once
taught music In Shelby and lived here while hts brother, H. T. Hower
ton. was an official In the city schools .... Dick Dudley Is planning to
return to Texas and resume his study of aviation. He has to make only
seven more hours in the air to get his license as a transport pilot ....
As some boys and girls look at it, the Shelby schools open on an bus
plrlmts day—Sept. 5th, Labor Hav . . O’Henry socks, marie at the
Winner Hosiery mill, Bolling Springs, arc now beisg sold in Shelby at
the price of $t for a half dozen. The guarantee says they will "give
longer miles of uninterrupted service" ... Riding miles or walking
miles? . Bob Reynolds has promised to speak In Shelby during the
fall campaign ..... Has anyone ever caught a perfect bridge hand in
Shelby?.And when will the next surprise marriage be announced’
.The Shelby football season may be opened with a game between
Newton and Shelby. That would bring back Dick Gurley, former Shelby
coach now at Newton, and should draw a good crowd . . Reports have
It. that Zeno Wall may be switched to halfback at Wake Forest this
year with Buck Holton, of Winston-Salem, (brother of Mrs. Oliver
Anthony), at quarter. Wake Forest is counting as much on Bor, Moore,
former Shelby and Boiling Springs star, as upon anyone else ...
A couple fellows over at the court house are threatening to wager a
couple of bales of cotton on the fall election. One think the slight rise
In cotton and stock prices may save Hoover. The oilier says "Nothing
can save that guy" ..... The girls who do the cashiering at local
theatres ran tell you the regulars, those who take In the flickers every
dajv And, also, those who have regular evenings two and three times
per week . . . . Nearby Shelby a farmer, hearing about the climbing cot
; ton price, decided to do some spending, but when he ripped open the
bed-tick bank he found that some other had beat him there The
moral is plain .... A new social club for young men of the city Is re
ported to be adroit at tossing black balls . ... The favorite big-city
paper in Shelby Is the. New York Times. The Atlanta Journal is second
and the Baltimore Evening Sun is now climbing to third place. Char
lotte papers please note: we said big-city sheets . Tip from a reader
"More dates are made on the court square in Shelby than over the
telephone." Sam Gault oughta do something about that ... Wonder
how many people will live to see the Eastern Star in the sky again?
And how many will ever again tell the time of day by the clock atop
the court house?
YOU CANT DOWN
A GUY MKE THIS
In Shelby there is a young business man who had his salary cu\
as did most everyone else. He Is married and has children, and he is
ambitious, so he didn’t fold up and whine. All he did was buy him a
few cows. Now he gets up long before the break of day, milks the cow •
does his bottling, delivers his milk, and us uptown on the Job by 7
o'clock After the day’s work he goes home and goes through with it
again. His wife does her part with the butter and cream end of the
business. Seeing him during the day, you'd hardly realize he's so
cheerful and bubbling over with enthusiasm, that he does IS full hours
work per day or better. We'll not tell his name, but some day when he
— Sea- Train Excursion, Norfolk, Va.
Including 7 Hours Cruise Beautiful Chesapeake Bay
And Visit To Historic Yorktown
Saturday, September 3rd
ROUND TRIP PARK
FROM SHELBY, N, C.
Tickets on sale going Saturday. Sept. 3rd, good re
turning regular trains leaving Norfolk 7:00 p. ni.. Sun
day. Sept. 4th and 7:30 p. m.. Monday and Tuesday,
Sept. 5th and 6th.
7 Hours Cruise on Chesapeake Steamship Sunday,
Sept. 4th. Steamer leaves Pinners Point 9:00 a. m.
Sunday. Sept. 1th. Returning 4:00 ?• m. same day.
Round trip fare includes cruise on Chesapeake Bay.
Don't miss this fine opportunity to enjoy the salt sea
breezes sailing on the palatial Chesapeake Line steamer
Sea - Train Excursion:
A new type of rail and water outing offered by the
Southern Railway System with the opportunity of visit
ing the seashore resorts around Norfolk, seeing Hamp
ton Roads and many other historic points on Chesa
REDUCED ROUND TRIP PULLMAN RATES.
Lunch on steamer enroute at reasonable prices. Ac
commodations on steamer are limited.
For tickets, schedules and puliman reservations. Con
sult Ticket Agents.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
succeeds, a* hr should. «f may remind you of this story
OR. TOM AM) A
I ISHERMAVS U ( K
Dr Tom Gold is one of Shelby’s most enthusiastic fishermen. Any
time, almost, that lie can get the time off, he’ll go with you fishing most
anywhere. He knows the sport and usually brings in a good catch. He
was in that party at Bridgewater a week or two ago, which caught
several hundred cats. Coming home he has, as husbands will do. been
telling his wife about his luck. Occasionally she has been a bit skepti
cal So this week he took her along on a trip to Bridgewater, and he
had typical fishermans luck he caught only four fish just out of the!
minnow stage. Anyway, that's the report. Incidentally, Bert Houser
took his "missus along on the same trip. It was the first time she
ever handled a rod and reel, but she pulled in 40 or so eats, perch, etc.
< rn FOLKS LOST
ON COUNTRY ROAD
It's an old story about how country boys and girls get all tangled
up and lost when they go to the citv, but it's new. and refreshing, to
hear the story reversed.
Recently a Cleveland county girl who had gone to the city and
made good came back on a visit with her husband, also a city dweller.
Incidentally, the trip was somewhat of an extended honeymoon. While
in the county the native daughter decided to take her metropolitan
husband on a tour pf the mountains/ The tour went by Way of Blowing
Rock, I.tnville Falls, Asheville and to Chimney Rock. The stop at the
Tatter place was after nightfall. Alter leaving there the young lady
was of the opinion that she could save miles and time by taking a
shortcut road.to the home of her father in the. county. Somewhere be
tween Forest City and Shelby■•she turned off highway 20 into a side
road. She drove and she drove, looking for landmarks familiar In by
gone years, but found none. Stops were: made at farm .houses where
the family had already retired, and the snarling and barking dogs, pro
testing tV intrusion of nocturnal visitors, were almost, as terrifying fo
the city folks as the roar of the elevated and traffic'of New York is
to a countryman. Eventually, after driving for three hours or more,
she gave up that, she was both lost and exhausted. She pulled the ear
to the side of the road and both fell a deep. Early the following morn
ing a farmer came by, awoke them and informed them they were just
three miles from Shelby.
Such was the actual experience of two residents of the city, accus
tomed to finding their way along endless streets In the world's biggest.
The names are not given for several reasons, the main one being that
newspaper folks are reluctant about telling on each other.
Visit 1 est Farm
Hear Mr. Mull And Bring Bark
Many New Ideas On Better
'Special to The Star.)
Ellenboro, Aug. 23 -Nearly fifty
Ellenboro vocational agricultural
students with twenty farmers from
the same section was Included in
the Rutherford county motorcade
last Thursday to the Swannanoa
agricultural experiment station ant:
the Vanderbilt estate at. Biltmore
The tour was sponsored ' by the
Rutherford County club, Ktwanls
clubs of the county along with the
At the test farm where several
thousand farmers gathered for the
event the group heard many in
structive talks on farming and
viewed many valuable demonstra
tions. The principal address of the
day made by O. M. Mull of Shelby
was especially enjoyed. Prom the
list farm the group went to Ashe
ville and on to the Vanderbilt es
tate at Biltmore. This estate com
prises an area of 13,000 acres of
land, and a wonderful mansion.
Here the farmers saw hundreds of
dal cows along with a dairy man
ufacturing plan that can not be
beaten in the south.
The trip was made at a very low
cast. ahd was enjoyed by each who
made the trip. Many new ideas were
brought back by the farmers, and
it is believed that they will put
many of them to practice on their
— FOR RENT ONLY —
I am going buck to the farm where 20,000,000 other
Americans ought to go before the snow flies again. So
>ou may now rent this 10-room house and 7 acres good
land, nice grove, branch at back. 50\50 barn and get
rich keeping a few chicks, cows, roomers and boarders,
on No. 20 highway 1 mile east Court House and near
Cleveland Springs. See the owner: J. A. WIT,SON,
Phone No. 469-J P. O. Box 304 Shelby, N. C.
SHORT VACATION TRIPS —
Train Travel Bargain Fare*
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2nd and 3rd
— ROUND TRIP FARES FROM SHELBY, N. C. —
Washington. D. C. $5.00 New York. N. Y. _ $9.50
Pittsburg, Pa. $10.50 Philadelphia. Pa. . $8.50
Atlantic City, N. J.__ . $8.50
Round trip tickers on sale all trains (except Crescent
Limited) Sept. 2nd and 3rd. final limit ticket* Wash
ington, D. C. Sept. 5th, other points Sept. 6th. Stop
overs permitted. Baggage checked.
— ROUND TRIP FARES FROM SHELBY. N. C. —
BALTIMORE. Md. $5.00
Ticket's on sale Sept. 1st and 2nd, going and returning
V ia Norfolk and Chesapeake Steamship Line. Final
limit Sept. 5. 1932.
Saturday, September 3rd
— ROUND TRIP FARES FROM SHELBY. N. C. —
Atlanta. Ga. $0.7
Birmingham, Ala. $8.7,>
Chattanooga, Tenn. $8.75
Jacksonvile, Fla. _ 816.00
New Orleans, La. $21.75
Tampa, Fla. $23.50
St Petersburg Fla. $23.50
Reduced round trip fares to other Gulf Coast and
Florida points. Round trip tickets on sale all trains
(Except Crescent Limited) Saturday, Sept. 3rd, limit
Atlanta five days, Birmingham and Chattanooga six
days. Gulf Coast and Florida points ten days.
Reduced round trip pullman rates.
Short vacation trips are the real thing now. These
bargain fares offer you an opportunity to cut vacation
costs. Take advantage of these great reductions.
Consult Passenger Traffic Representatives and Ticket
R. H. GRAHAM. Division Passenger Agent.
CHARLOTTE. N. C.
Of Current Week
Mr Mrulord C elebrates (ijtli Birth
day. Miss Sloan And Mr. Os
born On Vacation.
• • • *
(Special to The Star,)
Lawndale, Aug'. 25,—Mrs. Rebec
ca Eaker of Maiden is spending thi;
week with her son, Mr. John F.
Faker of this place.
Miss Mamie Lou Forney spent
last week in Burke county visiting
relatives and friends.
Miss Emma Lou Sloan, the
stenographer for Cleveland Mill & \
Power company is away this week
on her vacation. She is visiting
relatives and friends in Statesville. 1
Miss Lily Denton from Charlotte,
a former stenographer for Good
year Tire & Rubber Co , is substi
tuting for Miss Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Faker of leard
and daughters, Misses Lucille and
Leola spent Tuesday With Mr. and
Mrs. John Eaker.
Tire many friends of Mr. Carnie
Elam and Mrs, Everette Kilmeyer
are sorry to learn that they are
critically ill at tills time.
Mrs. Roy Newman, of Shelby
spent last Friday with her mother,
Mrs. John Eaker of this place.
Miss Paris Fox spent a part of
last week in Forest City with Mis)
The Lawndale junior B. V. l\ u
is giving a .little playlet ' Wedding
Beils" next Sunday night before
Mr. J. M. Shutout celebrated hL>i
63th birthday by a birthday diiiuci ,
last Sunday, Aug. 21. Many friends!
and relatives gathered in his home..
Lawrence Lee, William Baker and i
Wayne McMurry made short talks
in honor of Mr. Shtiford's life. The
Lawndale quartet and several others
sang some special songs that were
enjoyed by all. A picnic dinner \va.
spread outside and loads of good I
tilings to cat was enjoyed by all;
'Mr. J L. Osborn the shipping
clerk for Cleveland Mill and Powei j
company is away tins week taking
his vacation. He is vlisting friends
and relatives in the eastern part of!
the state and in Farksyiile, S C. i
Tire many friends of Mrs. .Sophia
Lattimore will be sorry to know
that she is in very very bad health
at this time.
Mrs. Carr Peeler, Mr John Lee
and Mr. C. S, Lee ell 'motored , to,
Rutherford eollege last Tuesday to •
make reservation for Miss Amy j
Lee Peeler to enter her second term!
in school there.
Misses Janie. Vertie and Doris
Blanton with John Blanton, all of'
CiUolecn. attended Palm Tree,
cliurcli last Sunday, and also ao-1
tended the birthday dinner of Mr.
J. M. Shuford.
Mr Shannon Blanton and Mtv
Grace Toney and Bdith Lee at-!
fended the birthday dinner of Mi
J. M. Sh uford.
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SHELBY, n. r.
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2110 West Marion St.
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SHELBY, N. C,