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FOR RENT: NICELY FURNISH
ed rooms close in 408 S. Washing
ton St,. Phone 282-J. 31 19c
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent 314 South LaFayette Street,
Phone 008 tfc
WILL PAY CASH FOR OLD
furniture, guns, pistols, swords,
china ware, mirror: , pictures, pic
ture frames, brass ware, books,
stamps and clocks. C B. Stitlle, Jr.,
Phone 40. 3t 19c
FREE CUP AND SAUCER WITH
each three pound bucket of Ameri
can Jack Coffee at Campbell's
Dept, Store. 12t 19c
LET US RENOVATE YOUR OLD
mattresses, pillows!) and cushions.
Made like new. Cleveland Mattress
Works. S Margan Street near
Southern Depot. 3t 19c
FOR SALE: THOROUGHBRED
Jersey cow. Shu ford strain. See Ellis
Kingham at Toluca or write Lawn
dale. Route 4. 2t I9p
FOR RENT 6 ROOM HOUSE:
9 room house, both close in. Apply
C. S. Young. Tf-12c
I OST: ONE HALF RED BONE
and half beagle dog Brown body,
white breast, white ring around
nook and while streak through
head. Short legs and heavy built,
Answer by name oi • Joe.” Finder
return to Weldon Pruett, South
Shelby, Shelby, N. C. R-3 and get
reward 3t 17p
FOR SALE: SEED BARLEY,
See John Wortman, Shelby, Route
No. 4. 5t 12p
STAR JOB PRINTING WILL
satisfy you, both as to quality and
price. Call Phone No. 11 and a re
presentative will call to see you.
LEGAL BLANKS. SUCH AS
4!eeds, deeds of trust, mortgages,
chattels, crop liens, etc. Ample
supply on hand at The Star office
FIRE PROOF SAFES, ALL SIZES
and at prices that will surprise you
because they are twenty per cent
lower than you have been quoted
by others. Phone Star office No. 11
and our salesman will call. tf-21p
WANTED — TO WASH
and Nap Your Blankets and
Quilts. Phone 18. Shelby
Steam Laundry, Inc. tf3c
REMEMBER THE TWO PHONE
number:, in The Star building Call
No. 11 for business department. Call
No. 4-J for news and advertising
departments. If either phone Is
busy or unanswered call the other
WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcements, printed, engraved
nr reiiefgraf. Three different kinds
of printing, many styles of lettering.
Brides-to-be, your secret will be kept
Place your order with us and save
money. The Star. Phone No. IX.
CORRECT COUNT ON JOB
printing. All printing presses in our
establishment are equipped with au
tomatic counting machines. You get
lull count. The Star, Phones 11 or
IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO
build, let us make an estimate.
Plans and sketches cheerfully sub
mitted. First class workmanship
guaranteed, Bowman Brothers, con
tractors, Phone 727-J. tf 18c
FOR SALE: STOVE WOOD
ready for use. Phone 406. Morrison
Transfer Co. tf Be
C ALL NO. 11 FOR PRICES AND
DETAIL ABOUT ANY KIND OF
JOB PRINTING. WE ARE PRE
PARED TO FURNISH YOU.
GET A FREE CUP AND SAUCER
by buying your coffee at Campbell's.
FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE
for Shelby property, 200 acre farm,’
six head mules, all farm utensils,
and all iced stulf. Three good
houses and outbuildings. Eight
miles southeast of Shelby. Long
terms. Write "Mack” care Star,
Shelby. tf 3c
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
sale at The Star office. Twen
ty cents per hundred. Call at
the press room. tf-26x
FOR RENT AFTER OC X’. 15 ON
N Morgan street 7 room house with
modern conveniences. Also two 5
If.jom houses in South Shelby for
rent. C. A Morrison. tf 12c
HUDSON COACH FOR SALE.
See J. W, Wilson. 4t 17c
FOR SALE-ONE SEVEN ROOM
lmu.se centrally located opposite Lat
ttmore high school. Lot includes one
and one quarter acres. See Mrs. W.
T. Calton. 9t-8p
BARGAIN IN USED CAR.
Studebaker five- passenger, sedan.
Perfect mechanical condition. Apply
Service Garage, Shelby. 6t, 17c
FOR SALE' 26 MODEL FOUR
door Ford sedan. Bargain at $250.
J. T. Porter. R-2, Cherryviile. 2tl9p
OLD SPOOL BED IN EXCEL
1 lent condition, also nice baby car
riage. price $8.00. Call 432. tf 22c
SAND FOR SALE!, GOOD RIVER
sand—Call 270, 3t 22c
FOR SALE: REAL BARGAIN IN
41-acre farm Eight miles south
west of Rutherford ton. J. T. Pon
der. Ruth, N. C. 2t 22p
* In Business And
Motor Circles \
Smart Fail Colors
Hudson and Essex cars arc now
available in smart fa.l colors and
are being especially exhibited ail
over the city, according to D. H
Cline. pudson-Essex exhibitor. These
colors, declares Mr. Cline, set olf ef
fectively the advanced lines and
vogue which characterize the cur
! rent Hudson and Essex cars.
Mr. Cline continued: "Attractive
lines and colors play a most im
portant part today in the public's
choice of motorcars. Hudson-Essex
sales which have broken records ail
this year have centered largely
around style and beauty as well as
A. And P. Celebrates
This week finds the local A&P
stores bedecked in colorful decora
tion m commemoration of The
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea com
pany's sixty-ninth year of business.
In the Fall of 1859, the founder of
the A&P chain. Mr. George Hunt
ington Hartford, opened his first
branch an Vesey street, in old New
York. At that early date, mass re
tailing. or the operation of several
stores under one ownership, was
unheard of and store-keeping was
conducted along simple lines. Mr.
Hartford, moved by a desire to
operate several stores, and to make
these stores unique in that they
would show but little profit for
every dollar passed over the coun
ter, thereby presenting values prac
tically unknown In that age, launch
ed his commercial argosy.
New Series Of Four
Passenger Coupes In
Victory Six Models
Custom finished bodies with spec
ially matched upholstery feature the
special series Victory Six four pass
enger coupes which have just been
announced by Dodge Brothers. This
new type with its attractive color
combinations offers an all year sport
model that promises to be a leader
in the new Victory Six line. There
is no advance in prices, and pro
duction has been scheduled to make
In body design, the models afford
roominess to comfortably seat four
passengers, and provide an inside
compartment for luggage or parcels.
Interior finish is designed to har
monize with the exterior colors.
The first color combination ship
ped was black and opal cream, the
hood and cowl of the car along with
the moldings and upper structure
being of a sparkling black. The
belt panels and body are finished
in opal cream—a rich shade at pres
ent popular on sport models of the
highest priced cars. Other attrac
tive colors available, include brown
and blue lacquers and the black
and red combination.
Two Convertible Cars
Added Chrysler “75”
Two new custom convertible-type
body styles on its ‘'75” chassis are
announced by Chrysler as ready for
display at many of its salesrooms
throughout the country. They are
the convertible sedan and convertible
coupe; the former of five-passenger
capacity, the latter with rumble
seat, golf compartment and other
Both bodies are by Locke, special
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Shelby’s first game of college foot
ball is billed here Saturday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock when the Boil
ing Springs junior college eleven
tackles the fast Oak Ridge prep
eleven at the city football field.
It is the first game out of the
high school ranks that Shelby fans
will be permitted to see on the
home grid and with much Interest
here, andover the section, already
in the new Baptist college team a
large crowd is expected.
Foes Are Strong,
In making their debut on the
Shelby field the Baptist col
legians will lace a worthy foe in
Oak Ridge. The well known prep
school for years has given the
smaller colleges of the state bitter
fights aaid for year after year has
won the state prep school title. This
year the Ridgers have one of their
strongest eleven and expert to score
a decisive victory over Boiling
Blanton Aids Hammett.
However, supporters of the junior
college anxious for their eleven to
stage a good performance in their
first appearance here have secured
the services of W. H. (Shine) Blan
ton, jr., to assist Coach H. G. Ham
mett in training the Baptists for
Saturday’s game here. Blanton, f or
mer staf half back at Carolina, to
day took . up his duties assisting
Hammett at. Boiling Springs.
As it is Boiling Springs has one of
the heaviest lines in the state, and
three of the line players are for
mer state halfback at Carolina, to
Coble, Howard Moore, and Cleve
Cline. In the backfield Hammett
and Blanton have two, stars around
which they will build their offense
—Thompson, driving fullback, and
McIntyre, former Wolford college
fresh star. There is a likelihood,
too. according to reports here this
week that Max Connor, one of the
best halfbacks ever to play high
school ball in North Carolina, may
enter the Boiling Springs school
for preparatory work before going
to Wake Forest.
Scores of Shelby and Cleveland
county fans, not going to Chapel
Hill for the Carolina-Tech game,
arc looking forward with interest to
Saturday's game with the hope that
it may become an annual affair
and that other college games, with
Boiling Springs using Shelby as the
home gitd, will be staged here next
ly built to Chrysler specifications, j
The sedan, particularly, contains
many innovations and improvements
in convertible type construction. At
the same time, points out ,1, W. j
Frazier, Chrysler sales manager,;
prices have been brought down to
an exceptionally moderate figure.
The sedan lists at $2,245 and the
coupe at $1,695, each at Detroit,
Addition of these two new' body
styles broadens out the "75” line to
eight body styles in a variety of col
or combinations, upholstery, body
trim and other finish
Victim of Gang Law!
Her skull fractured, her neck
slashed four times, pretty Alta
.. BonellOj alias Babe Bauer, alias
Mrs. Leo Gordon, alias Mrs.
Wolch, was found slain in her
Sunnyside, L. I., apartment.
Her gunman-husband is wait
ing trial for holdup slaying in
Kansas City and police believe
his girl-wife was slain to pre
vent her betraying gang
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed and duly qualified as exe
cutor of the, will of Henry Wheeler
Bumgardner, deeased, all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified to exhibit the same before
him on or before October 1. 1929, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 1st day of October, 1928.
L. H BUMGARDNER,
Executor of the Will of Henry
Wheeler Bumgardner. deceased
Newton & Newton, Atiys.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue ot the au
thority conferred upon me, I will
offer tor sale to the highest bidder
on the premises m No. 3 township,
Cleveland county. North Carolina
Monday, November 5, 1928,
at 12 o’clock M , the follow mg de
scribed tracts ol land:
Lot No. 1: Beginning at a stone
Walter McSwarns corner. and
runs thence 3.. 35'i W. 15.54 poles
to a stake in the Rippy road; thence
with the road S 78H W. 2.36 poles;
N 58 W. 2.41 poles; N. 41 W. 4.b8
poles; N. 36 W 6.37 poles; N 45 _•
W 2.54 pole.,; N 52 W. 7.00 poles;
N 48’ W 5 60 poles to a stase
over the bridge; thence with the
branch as it meanders N. 19 E. ?.
44 poles; N. 50 E. 2.26 poles; N. 85
E. 1.00 poles; No. 28 E. 1.25 pole” to
an iron stake. Cliff Davis’ corner;
thence with His line S. 81 E. 14.00
poles to an iron stake; thence S. 25
W. 81-! poles to a stake; thence S
60 E. 16.50 poles to a stone, the
place of beginning, containing 39.
58 acres, more or less.
Lot No. 2; Beginning at a stone
in James Camp land, and runs
thence N. 68 V. 11.24 poles to a
stake, J. L. Borders comer; thence
N. 4 E. 13.10 poles to a stake in J.
L. Borders line; thence N. 16 E.
11.40 poles to a stake; thence N.
23 E. 9.40 poles to a stake in the
road; thence with the road 45'i E.
2.54 poles to a stake; thence S. 26
1. 6.37 poles; S. 41 E. 4.68 poles; S.
58 E, 2.41 poles; N. 78'v E. 2.39
poles to a stake in the road; thence
•S. 35 \ W. 5.28 poles to a stone;
thence S. 19 lt W. 22.50 poles to a
stone, the point of beginning, con
taining 45.82 acres, more or less.
The two tracts above will first ue
sold separately, and then as a whom.
Terms of sale: One-third cat!) on
delivery of deed, balance payable in
one and two years, with option of
purchaser paying all cash, or sec
uring the remainder with deed of
This the 5th day of October 1928.
J. F. BYERS, Administrator of
Mrs. John H. Rippy
Bynum E. Weathers, Atty.
Mortgagee’s Sale Of Real Estate.
(First publication in Cleveland Star.
October 15th, 1928.'
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in that
certain mortgage deed, dated the
26th day of November, 1924, made
by Mrs. M. A. Gardner, a widow,
to secure a certain note executed by
her to the mortagee herein of even
date for the sum of twenty-five
($2500.00) hundred dollars with in
terest thereon from date, and which
said mortgage deed was duly re
corded in book 118, at page 233, of
mortgage deeds, of the register’s of
fice of Cleveland county, reference
to which is hereby made; that said
note and mortgage was due and
payable on the 26th day of Novem
ber, 1925; that a payment or sum
of one hundred ($150.00) and fifty
dollars was made on said note and
mortgage on the 12th day of Octo
ber. 1925, and default having been
made in the payment of said debt
as provided in said instrument, the
undersigned mortgagee will sell for
cash to the highest bidder at the
court house door in Shelby, North
Carolina, at 12 o’clock M . on the
17th day of November. 1928. or
within legal hours on said day, the
following described real estate, ly
ing in No. 6 Township, within the
corporate limits of the town of Shel
by, Cleveland county North Caro
"Beginning at |in iron stake on
the Northwest corner of the prop
erty and lot deeded by E. A Well
rnon and Mary A Wellmon to P.
Cleveland Gardner and Tazwell
Lloyd Gardner, his wife, and run
ning with the North side of said
lot South 85 1-2 East 209 feet to an
iron stake, same being the North
east corner of the lot aforesaid
' deeded by Wellmon to Gardner,
thence North ~ 1-2 East 55 feet to
i an iron stake, thence 85 1-2 West
: 209 feet to an iron stake in the East
side and edge of the extension of
I North LaFayette street to the town
At 6 P. C. Interest
Semiannual partial repayment of Principal with interest.
Put your farm on a business basis with funds from a FARM
LOAN running from 20 to 33 years.
Clean up—Paint up—Make the Farm a Home for a healthier
Loans made promptly on improved farm lands for:
Paying off Existing Indebtedness
Payment of Balance of Purchase Money on Farm Lands
Improving Soil, Purchase of Livestock
Purchase of Fertilizer and Farm Implements
Remodeling Farm Buildings, Painting, etc.
New Barns, Dwellings, Tenant Dwellings, etc.
DIVERSIFY FOR LARGER PROFITS
Below is listed the attorneys who are our local representa
tives—see any of them if you need funds
B. T. FALLS, Shelby, N. C.
BENNETT & EDWARDS, Shelby, N C.
BYNUM S. WEATHERS, Shelby, N. C.
J. R. DAVIS, Kings Mountain, N. C.
Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank
RALEIGH, N. C.
of Shelby, North Carolina, thence i
running with said street South 31
1-2 West 55 feet to the beginning!
containing 11.495 square feet, same
being situated North of the town of!
Shelby,” now within the new cor
porate limits of said town of Shel
by, and adjoining or near the new
school building situated on North
This the 16th day of October,
E. A. WELLMON.
Civil and Criminal Practice
In All Courts
Office: Union Trust Co.
T will he at the following named places at the j
times specified for the purpose of collecting 1928 j
No .1 Township, Monday, October 15th, Brack- j
eft’s Store, 9:00 to 11:00 A. M.
No. 2 Township, Monday, October 15th, Jolley’s j
Store, 12:00 noon to 2:00 P. M.
No. 2 Township, Monday, October 15th, Boiling j
Springs, 3:00 to 5:00 P. M.
No. 7 Township, Tuesday, October 16th, Moores- |
boro, 8:00 to 10 :30 A. M.
No. 7 Township, Tuesday, October 16th, Latti- i
more, 11:00 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.
No. 8 Township, Tuesday, October 16th, Polk- j
ville, 2:30 to 5:00 P. M.
No. 8 Township, Wednesday, October 17th, De- j
light, 9:00 to 11:00 A. M.
No. 11 Township, Wednesday, October 17th, j
Casar, 11:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M.
No. 10 Township, Thursday, October 18th, Car- |
penter’s Store, 9:00 to 11:00 A. M.
No. 10 Township, Thursday, October 18th, John i
T. Warlick’s Store, 11:30 A. M. to 2:00 P. M.
No. 9 Township, Thursday, October 18th, Dixon
& Lutz Store, 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.
No. 9 Township, Friday, October 19th, Lawn
dale, 9:00 to 12:00 Noon.
No. 9 Township, Friday, October 19th, Fallston,
12:00 Noon to 5:00 P. M.
No. 5 Township, Monday, October 22nd, Waco,
1:00 to 5:00 P. M.
No, 3 Township, Tuesday, October 23rd, Earl,
9:00 A. M. to 12:00 Noon.
No. 4 Township, Tuesday, October 23rd, Grover,
1:00 to 5:00 P. M.
No. 4 Township, Wednesday, October 24th, East
Kings Mountain, all day.
No. 4 Township, Thursday, October 25th, lown
Office, all day.
This is the last year that I will collect the taxes
in Cleveland County and as I have all the books in
hand for the entire County, 1 will thank all tax pay
ers to see me and make an immediate settlement on
Hugh A. Logan
SHERIFF AND TAX COLLECTOR.