_ to the fair week and
f a camber of the Shelby wo
Working out there in the in
tho different elutes the
ivities will be nil this
and Mrs. Everett Houser
delightful dinner hosts at a
fyl family dinner on Friday
fig Jiaving as their honor
S, Mr. and Mrs. Graham An.
Of Ifartford, Conn. The
home was lovely with its
rations of beautiful fall flow
The table was especially
tifful having for its central
plHffPllf large basket filled
rtfjstwg' fall roses. An ele
h'auurae dinner war. boau
and covers . wore
rtaifis Ishpcning Club
ick Dover entertained the
of tho Ishpening club at
atftactive new home in West
4by on Friday afternoon at
o’ lock. Tho rooms wore made
md beautiful with lovely
f!< livers, charmingly arranged
f bqw | and vases. When the
lists assembled a- business ses
held and many matter:
iar.ee discussed. The fair
most and the time was
making the decorations
•Ishpening float for the
in Tuesday. After an hour
work the decorations bc
itpd, the gracious lws
Twieir efforts by
in^fR deliCioUs sweet and salad
The program will be stud
i later date. A large ninn-,
w. B| T. Falls
• Hostepa .
nitial fall meeting was
(1 joyed by the Chicoras at
ho ne of Mrs. 3. T. Falls on
Iday afternoon at four o’clock.
I ills beautiful home was in
ed h voly on this occasion with
e be Pitiful flowers of the fa 1 i
(I n sat artistically. The rooms ]
thisare spacious and cool I
da fJSl number of members fill -
theft, at this meeting. When the
lests -had assembled, the presi
ht, ! fra. Falla called the mcet
f to artier anti tho roll cull and
note " were read. The treasurer
| gWT'hCT report .and <1h«
< allotted and paid in full.
hings of importance were
ss id and it was decided not to
a float ah the plans had mis.
[for this. The program vvn
ken up und interesting
F-were read and discussed
he’ .^Mgram was conchul
*;» gloat delightful social hour
Sy the members get
f j jpithi r n| ill and the grac.
t ht |tess then, served cn elegr-it
ptd iee course which was
' ftjoyed by all.
rst fall meeting of the
h Century club was held
S. O. Andrews on IV
oon at her home on
ashington street. The
the fall flowers in all their
beauty and the roses were
beautiful. A full attend.
' reported and much en
displayed for tho ineom
A .bus»ness session was
• the president called for
call and minutes. After
program was given, the
ig “Home Development
iship.” The first paper
by Mrs. Lee Weathers,
ibject being “Physical I)o
mt ert the Young Citizen.”
rs paper was splen
and much enjoyed,
followed by Mrs. Ware
iTbung Citizen.” Mrs
"was carefully pre
jf. enlightening. Mrs.
closed with a delight
subject being "Mor
pf the Young Citi
■ ir showed careful
the program was
Miss Sue Aiv
iam Andrew;; and
iws served the
nad tempting re
ftfuc-of her parents. Mr.
. A. Anthony on South
i street, Mrs. Harry
rga a charming hostess
hers of the South Wash.
fa club and a few vis
iturday afternoon at
j. Jfrs. 'Woodson honor
W,in-law, Mrs. Graham
f Hartford, Conn., and
Ml item* intended for this debart
nent must be telephoned or sent in
;o the Society Editor before 11 a.
n., the day before publication. All
tews items of interest to women
By Mrs. Madge Webb Klley
’ Telephone No. 30
sharing honors were Mrs. Charles
Hoey, a cousin and recent bride,
and Mrs. Joe Cabinoss a delightful
visitor front Hartford, Conn. The
rooms were most beautifully ar
ranged and decorated with fall
fiowers and handsome pink roses.
Five* tables were placed for bridge
and on each were bud vases, hold
ing pink roses.. Tho score and
place cards were charming old
fashioned Indies dressed in pastel
shades. Bridge was enjoyed tor an
hour and when the cards were
laid aside, Mrs. Woodson assisted
by her sisters, Mrs. Everett Hous
er and MIsb Margaret Anthony
and her mother, Mrs. J. A. Anthony
served an elegant salad anti
salad course. The honorees were
presented with lovely prizes ami
a beautiful high score prize was
The following' is n list of the
women to serve each tiny belong
ing to each division during the
fair wec-k at fair grounds at the
Woman’s elub booth.
| On Tuesday afternoon division
No. 1 of rho Woman's club will
have charge and the list is as fol
Tuesday—Eight-thirty to one
I o'clock—Mrs. Charles Young, Mrs.
Paul Wellman, Mrs. Colin Hull.
Mrs. R. E. Campbell, Mrs. I). A.
Leflcr, Mrs. Maynard Washburn,
and Mrs. Otto Long.
Tuesday—one o’clock to six
o’clock—Mrs. Earl Hamrick, Mrs.
W. B. Nix, Mrs. John Sultle, Mrs.
Fred Wagner, Mrs. Coleman l)og
gett, Mrs. Rush Hamrick, and
Mrs. Max Gardner.
Tuesday—six o’clock to closing
time—Mrs. Reuben McBrayer,
Mrs. Hugh Mauney, Mrs. William
Crowder, Mrs. Basil Goode, Miss
Laura Cornwell ,Mrs. Clarence
Gardner, and Mrs.- Ed Post.
On Wednesday the afternoon di
vision No. 2 will have charge and
the list,is as follows:
Wednesday—nine to twelve
o'clock—Mrs. William Andrews,
Mrs. John Black, Mrs. Hershall
Blanton, Mrs. W. II. Blanton, Mrs.
.1. T. Reason. Mrs. A. D. Brabble,
Mrs. W. T. Alexander, Mrs. M. P.
Coley unci Mrs. II. K. Boyer.
Wednesdays—from twelve to
five o’clock—Mrs. I). S. Frazier,
Mrs. Talmadge Gardner, Mrs.
Horace Grigg, Mrs. ,1. Wt Dog
gett, Mias Ollie Hamrick, Mrs. B.
3. Higgins, Mrs. Robert Hoyle,
-ad- Mrs. W. G. Harris-—„—__
Wednesday—from five to clos
ing time—Miss Mae Bussey, Mrs.
Will King, Mrs. M. S, Leverctt, F.
It. Sanders, Mrs. Rush Stroup, Z.
J. Thompson, Rush Thompson,
Mrs. Miul Tickly and Mrs. J. F.
On Thursday the evening divi
sion and the civics department
will have charge and the list is as
Thursday—nine o’clock to twelve
—Mrs. Rush Stroup, chairman,
Mrs. John McClurd, Miss Amos
Willis, Mrs. C. S. Young, Mrs.
Vernon Proctor, Mrs. Fred Wag
ner. Mrs. W. H. Blanton.
Thursday—twelve o’clock to six
—Mrs. Ceph Blanton, chairman,
Mrs. S. S. Royster, Mrs. Jap Sut
tle, Mrs. George Blanton, Mrs. A.
W. McMurry and Mrs. Clyde R,
Thursday—six to closing time—
Mrs. Boyce Dellinger, chairman.
Miss Carobel Lever, Mrs. Olia
Washburn, Miss Mamie Cabihess,
Mrs. M. P. Coley, and Miss Rosa
Or. Friday the music and arts
department will have charge and
Lh>' list is as follows:
Friday—nine o’clock to one
o’clock—Mrs. Frank Hoey, chair
man, Mrs. Rush Stroup, cashier,
Mrs. C. 1). Moore, Mrs. C. B. Me
Brayor, Miss Gussie Sisk. Mrs. J.
S. Dorton, and Mrs. Tom Fetzcr.
Friday—one o’clock to five—
Mrs. John Schenck, chairman, Mrs.
C. A. Burrus, cashier, Miss Eliza
beth Suttle, Miss Mary Harris,
Miss Bessie Clark, Mrs. W. M.
McCord, and Mrs. Ransom Caste
Friday—five o’clock to closing
time—Mrs. Charlie Williams,
chairman, Mrs. S. R. Riley, cash
ier, Mrs. A. D. Brabble. Miss Ade
line Bostick, Miss Millicent Blan
ton, Miss Elizabeth Roberts,
Mrs. Ogburn Stephenson, Mrs.
Bennett and Miss Mary Adelaide
Oil Saturday the Home Econo
mics department will have charge
and the list is as follows:
Saturday—from eight until one
—Mrs. Heyward IJiill, chairman.
Mrs. George Blanton, cashier, Mrs,
T. W. Hamrick, Mrs. ltush Thomp
son, Mr. Robert Hoyle. Mrs. Orin
Hamrick, Mrs. Charlie Eskridge
and Mrs. Colin Hull.
Saturday—from one o’clock to
closing time—Mrs. Charles Young,
chairman. Mrs. William Crowder
cashier, Mrs, Roger Laughridge
Mrs. W. B. Nix, Mrs. Graham
Dellinger, Mrs. Ina Forney, Mrs.
rJ. A. Houser, Mrs. Frank Sanders
and Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey.
Fresh Supply May Be Had By
Following: Simple Instruc
tions of Expert
Vegetables may be stored suc
cessful where one hasn cool cellar
which can be ventilated and where
it is fairly moist. Such vegetables
as beets, cabbage, carrots, celery,
parsnips, potatoes, salsify and
turnips may be stored successfully.
“Sometimes it is necessary to |
have means of heating the stor- j
ago cellar if there is likelihood of
the temperature falling below!
freezing,” says E. B. Morrow, ex-!
tension horticulturist at State
College. "The ventilation is neces
sary lest the atmosphere of the cel
lar become too warm. Only sound
vegetables should ever be stored.”
Mr. Morrow states that the old
bank or bill unwisely used to store
sweet potatoes may also be used to
store most of the vegetables named I
with the possible exception of cab
bage. Cabbago had better be stor- j
■d in a long narrow bank with the
heads in a single row, roots up and I
covered with soil. Celery is prefer- |
ably stored uprightly in trenches j
made above the ground with
boards and hanked with earth. ]
Straw may be laid over the tops. i
The site of any kind of storage |
pit or cellar should be well drain
ed, explans Mr. Morrow. Where ,
vegetables are stored in a bank j
iiko the old fashioned sweet potato j
banks, the ground should be built j
up to insure good drainage. Wooden
troughs, in which holes are bored
should be inverted over the built
up area and a proforated wooden
pipe put uprightly at the intersec
tion of the troughs. Straw' is then
planed over the* troughs and the
vegetables piled on this around the
central ventilator pipe. A layer of
straw and a layer of earth is then
Brtficient to protect the bank.
For storing sweet potatoes,
squash and pumpkin for winter
the temperature should be
held, between 50 and GO degree?
Fahrenheit with little variation.
Mr. Morrow states that storage of
vegetables offers a good plan for
having a supply during the winter.
Florida Victim Is
Buried In Lincoln
Lincoln County News.
The funeral and burial servlrc
for Bussell Heavner 23 years of
age, was conducted at Bethpage
Lutheran church, S miles west ofi
Lincolnton, Thursday afternoon at
2 o’clock. The services were con
ducted by Ret-. Mr. Speagle, pastor
of the unfortunate young man as
sisted by Rev. Mr. Wossihger, and
burial was made in the cnurch cem
A large number of relatives and
friends from throughout this sec
tion attended the last sad rites. ;
He is survived by his grief strick
<”i father, Deputy Sheriff R. P.
Heavner and four brothers, Carl
Heavner, of Fort Lauderdale, Fin.;
Ethel, Roy and Ray Heavner of this
county, who have the sympathy of
a wide circle of friends.
Pen Picture of Christ.
The following is the only reliable
per- picture of Christ as seen in;
actual life, and it is an exquisite j
piece o fword-painting. It is taken j
from a MS. now in the possession
of Lord Kelly and in his library. It
was copied from nn original letter
of Publius Lfntulim at Rome, it be
ing the usual custom of Roman
Governors to advise the senaio and
the people of such material things j
as happened in their provinces In
the days of Tiberius Caesar, Pub-j
lius Lentulus, procurator of Judea,
wrote the lette rto the senate:
“There appeared in these, our j
days a man of great virtue, named
Jesus Christ, who is yet living \
amongst us, and of the Gentiles is
accepted as a prophet of truth, j
He raises the dead and cures all i
manner of diseases. A man
stature somewhat tall, and comely,
such as the beholder may both love,
and fear. His hair of the color of a 1
chestnut, full ripe; plain to his
aers, whence downward it is more |
orient and curling and waving
about his shoulders. In the midst of j
his head is a seam, a partition In!
the hair, after the manner of Na- |
zarites. His forehead plain and
very delicate; his face without spot1
or wrinkle, beautiful with n lovely;
red. His nose and mouth so form-!
ed that nothing can be reprehended.
His beard is color like bis hair,
not very long, but forked. His look
innocent and mature. His eyes
fiery, clear and -quick and lumin
ous. In reproving he is terrible, his
eyes piercing—as with a two
edged v.vord—the greedy, the sel
fish and the oppressor, but look
with tenderest pity on the weuk,
the erring and the sinful. Courteous
and fair spoken. Pleasant in conver
sation, mixed with gravity. It can
ncj be remembered that any have
seen him laugh, but many have
seen him weep. In proportion of
body most excellent—a man for his
singular beauty surpassing the
children of men.”—New York
To Our Transient
the Fair People
WE WELCOME YOU TO
You will find here a fashion shop
for women filled with the latest style
creations in every department of wear
ing apparel, from the latest in Fall and
Winter Coats and Dresses—to French
Millinery, Gloves, Hosiery, Under
wear— -and a heavy stock of Novelties.
You will be made welcome in the
store, whether you come merely to look
over the new styles, or as a purchaser.
WOMEN VISITORS TO THE FAIR
Your pleasure during the gay week
will be enhanced by a call at Me
Neely’s where you will find a store fill
ed with the latest style creations. We
have a veritable wonder shop of fme
things for women, which it is a delight
Stop on your way to or from the
Fair Grounds and see our exhibit which
is nearest to the heart of all women.
J. C. McNeely Co.
STORE OF STYLE — QUALITY—
By the drop in price
of cotton last week our
farmers income has been
cut deep. Which effects
business in this section
Looks now though that a
big crop will be made.
(Corn, chiton, feed, po
tatoes, etc) but we went
get much for it. So it’s
up to all of us to readjust
ourselves, perhaps live a
little different. Save a
little more, spend more
wisely. We should plan
now to meet conditions
and not wait. First of
course pay debts (if any)
clothing for family, etc.,
and lay aside enough to
carry you through next
year—or as far as pos
sible—and not let your
money get away from
you for things you can
Babson says:— “A dis.
tinct recession in busi
ness and possibly a panic
within the next two or
three years would not be
surprising. When it
comes it will be the re
sult of our extension of
the installment business,
which is eating into the
vitals of business like a
cancer. Those who wish
to render a real service
today can do so by stor
ing up cash pending the
next panic rather than by
buying securities at the
We advise that you
hold on V> your cash—
Store up a cash reserve
ready to meet whatever
might come, and CASH
is the best medicine.
S.ave your money,
put it to work, you
have worked hard
for it—make it work
for you, by placing
it on interest at this
SHELBY, N. C.
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This size type 2c per word each insertion.
This size type 3c per word each insertion.
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insertion and above rate on subsequent nisertions.
GOOD GULF GASOLINE AND
Supreme Automobile oils more
miles, less carbon, for sale at all
Gulf stations. 12-21c
ONE LARGE ROOM FOR
four gentlemen $8.00 week rtinm :
anil meals. Steam heat hot and
cold water. Hotel Victor. tf-20c 1
ROOM AND MEALS $10 WEEK
■to regular guests for the winter.
Steam heat, hot and cold water.
Hotel Victor. tf-20c
FOR RENT IN CURTISTOWN
S. DeKalb street, five room new
house. Water and lights. Good
basement, T. E. Elliott, Shelby,
N. C. 5-22p
HAVE YOU Tested
TEXACO. If so—
you are a user—if not
—a loser. It
WANTED TO BUY COPY OF
Edgar Allen Poe’s book of poems
entitled “Tamerlane”. Has tea col
ored cover. Small volume publish
ed and sold in Poe’s early literary i
life. Apply to Star office. tflOp
YOUNG MAN STENO-BOOK
keeper desires position. Five years
experience. Would consider part
time. Reply, Box 701, Shelby, N.
LOST TUESDAY EVENING
29x4:40 Goodyear balloon cord tire.
Lost on Shelby-Morganton road.
Reward. Notify D. P. Crow, R-4
IF YOU ARE NEEDING A
wagon or iron- wheel farm truck it
will pay you to see O. E. Ford Co.
REPAIR WORK ON ALL KINDS
of automobiles, trucks and trac
tors. Prices reasonable. R. G.
Stockton, Best's old bakery stand,
West Marion street. tf-lGe
USE NO-NOX, THE ORANGE
colored gasoline at all Gulf sta
tions, stops carbon knocks, you will
be pleased. 12-2 lc
SEE O. E. FORD CO., FOR
face and common brick, alsq lime
and cement at the right price. 2-24
No higher in price,
LOST THURSDAY NIGHT
green gold bar pin with small dia
mond center. Lost uptown. Re
ward. Return to Star office. 2-24e
DON’T FORGET THAT O. E.
Ford Co., will be glad to supply yon
with fertilizer and agricultural
lime at any time. 2-24c
IT WILL PAY YOU MR.
Farmer to sow plenty of wheat,
oats, vetch, barley, clover, etc., and
O. E. Ford Co., can fix yon up on
your fertilizer* requirements, also
seed oats, etc. 2-24c
HIGHER IN Quality
No higher in price,
| ..FOR SALE FOR CASH, TO THE
j highest bidder my entire house
hold furniture, one ice box, and
I farming tools including a pair of
1,200 pound mules, wagons, har
ress, planters, cultivators, turning
plow, etc. Place of sale: George M.
Gold’s residence, on Saturday Oc
tober 2, 1920, at 2 o’clock. G. 17
Gold. 4-24 c
WOOD IN ANY QUANTITi
and quality. Prepared for stove or
fireplace. Morrison Transfer,
Phone 400. zf-7e
FIRST CLASS RE
pair work. Satifaction
guaranteed. D. A.
Beam Motor Co. 3t27
FOR SALE ONE ACETYLENE
welding outfit. Priced right for
quick sale. Loran Hord, Cherry
ville, N. C. 3t27p
MOWING MACHINES AND
hay rakes on hand at O. E. Ford
weT ruy green
cow hides. Will pay
highest prices. D. A.
UNLIMITED AMOUNT OF
money to lend at low interest
rates. C. R. Webb, Lineberger
building, Shelby N. C. tf-lOc
WANTED — GOOD RE
LIABLE White Man—Tenant
for Buffalo Mountain Farm
<1 mile of Toluca)—good new
house, good barn, good spring
water. Will produce cotton
and corn. Want a man capable
of caring for young orchard.
J. T. Wrebb, Shplby, N. C. 3t-2i
USE GULF KEROSENE AND
Gulf tractor oils in your tractors,
more power, less carbon. 12-24c
FOR BEST R^jits^
Economy, Power, Per
ONE MORE NEW MOWER
and rake at bargain. J. F. Moss &
Son, Waco. tf-t3c
WE ARE IN POSITION TO
get long time loans on first class
residential and business property.
If you need money see Bert Price,
manager of the Royster Company,
Inc. Rooms 4 and 5t Royster build
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT.
See W. J. Arey tfGc
FOR RENT THREE ROOM
apartment with private bath. J. G.
HAVE YOU Tested
TEXACO. If so—
you are a user—if not
—a loser. It
! FOR SALE UNDERWOOD
typewriter cost $107 few months
ago. First check for $75 gets it at
Star office. tf-13c
FOR RENT 8 ROOM HOUSE
with modern conveniences and ga
rage, J. G. Dudley. tf-22c
FOR RENT: FURNISHED BED
Dooms. Modern conveniences. Close
in. V. D. Ross at Jro. M. Beat
Furniture Co., or call at 207 E.
Marion St. tf-13c
PHONE 622: BRIDGES TRANS
fer. Local and long distance haul
ing. Moving a specialty. Located
near bus terminal. Shelby, N. C.
IF YOU WANT A WEALTHY
pretty sweetheart, write enclosing
stamp. Box 2459 East Cleveland,
FOR BEST Results,
Economy, Power, Per
BUY YOUR GASOLINE AND
oils from Gulf stations, your busi
ness appreciated, first class serv
MY HOUSE AND LOT FOR
rent or sale. Electric lights. Fresh
painted. Large lot. Equipped for
poultry. A,. G. Melton, Boiling
Springs, N. C. / 6-13p
MONEY TO LEND THROUGH
Federal Land Bank at 5 1-2 per
cent interest. No bonus charges.
Rush Stroup, Secretary-treasurer.
FOR RENT 3-ROOMS FURN
ished or unfurnished. One block of
square, Miss Mamie Jones. tf-3c
TRY THE NEW GULF Su
preme oil in your Ford, you will
like it. 12-24c
LOST 8 WEEKS OLD pig mark
ed black with white spots. G. A.
Green, Shelby R-5. 3-27p
And the Clutch is*Too Stiff
The main objection speed maniacs
have to riding in a police patrol is
that it is geared too low.
Don’t take a back seat for any
boy, says Walter Fanning except
when you’re in a car, then take it
Jim—hfow that you’re back from
your motor trip what do you in
tend to do?
Bill—Devote the rest of my life
to tjm promotion of good roads.
Too many drivers nowadays are
nutting into their own fuel tanks
stuff they wouldn’t give the cai
In this country it is hard to telt
whether it is a shot or the back
fire of an automobile you hear in