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l» YOU ARB PLANNING rO
build let us make an estimate
P ans and sketch** cheerfully suu
mttted First class workmanship
guaranteed. Lowman Brothers con
tractors Phone 727-J tl 18c
MEAT SCRAP FOR SALE,
analises S3 per cent protein Excel'
lent for hog and chicken feed 170
por ton. City Abattoir. Apply at
City Ball. . tf 7c
HOWELL TRANSFER: WB
haul anything anywhere, any time
All grades of sand for sale Prompt
service Shelby, N. C Day phone 718
Light 124-R. tf 23c
WEDDING INVITATIONS A^Dl
announcements, primed, engrav.-v
or rencigraf Three different fcindi
oi printing, many styles ol lettering
Brides-to-be. your sf’et will oe aep>
Piace your order w.,u us and wv.
money The Star Pwone No ll
ful tan room residence
^cn Ncrlh LaFayette
s:reet. Large lot. Two
thousand cash, seven
thousand Bulld'ng &
Loan in six years, bal
ance in three years.
Formerly occupied by
the late Mrs. Patt'e
Ware. A. C. Miller, tf
FOB RENT TWO ROOMS AND
large hall, steam heated. At
, Weathers apartment. tf 24c
FRESH COWS FOB SALE: I
have several fresh cows for sale at
bargain prices. Most all at these
rows have young calves with them
You will find some extra good cows
in this lot. B. O. Hamrick, tf J8c
FOB SALE- STOVE WOOD
ready for use. Phone 406 Morrison
Transfer Co. tf 8:
FOB SAL* CHEAP TO QUICK
..buyer, nice desirable lot Just off
Highway No. 20 west of Shalby. Zeb
C. Mauney. tf 28c
AT AUCTION FRIDAY JAN
uary Jlth at 10 o’clock at J. M
Moore's none In the Mount Pieas
•» ont section, two mules, one horse
wagon, buggy and farming tools.
Terms, cash. High dollar buys.
J. M. Moore, owner. 4t-2p
BOOMS# WITH MEALS. MRS.
Frank Rippy, 417 South LaFayette
Street. tf 4c
FOR SALE: THREE RANGE
stoves, one electric range and a lot
of new furniture. C. B. Cabaniss.
TWO FURNISHED CONNECT -
lng rooms for housekeeping, one
' block of business section. Telephone
61h 3t 4c
WANTED: TO BUY SECOND
hand Fordson tractor and Athens
plow-. D. W. Carpenter, Shelby, N.
C. 4t 2p
NOTICE; ALL PERSONS ARE
forbidden to bunt or trespass on
my land in any way. D. w. Car
penter. 4t 2p
FOR SALE: 140-EOO INCUBA
tor and 32 Inch canopy top brooder.
f Deane Hoyle, Fallston, M. C. 3t 4p
FOR RENT: TWO OR THREE
unfurnished connecting rooms for
light housekeeping. 313 N. Morgan
. street, Phone 4#o. tf 19c
FOR RENT: "J TWO HORSE
farm, good house and good out
buildings, near Bolling 6prings. A.
R. Hamrick, R-3, Shelby. 3t 7p
WANTED GOOD TWO HORSE
fa;mer for my Buffalo Mt. farm
Must have two good plow hands.
I will furnish stock. Tom Webb,
Shelby. 2t 7c
1 FOR BALE: THREE MILK
cows. Two fresh, one five gallon
milker and one four gallop per
day. Geo. T. Jarrett, Oherryville.
LOST IN SHELBY SATURDAY
yellow leath pocketbook with name
pad Blanton on card under cellu
loid. Contained $-3 bill, one $9 bill
several $1 Ml) or mere, one $1260
"check on J. D. Haynes, one $11 £0
ri J. D. T*mt. Reward u re d
to Star office 2t 7p
BUUiDINO LOTS—GOOD LO- j
cation. C. 6. Toung. tM3c
FOR RENT: ONE HALF STORE
room. Apply at Star office. 8t 12p
FOR SALE—TERMS TO
emit the buyer. Ten room, two*
story house, suitable for
board'ns or rooming house,
ean be mads into apartment
house, large barn, on tha
Cleveland Springs road—No
20 ^highway. Two minutes
'rive from center of town.
3 and 3-1 asres of land all
suitable for building lots. A
shance to buy like this does
.ot come often. See your
i eal estate ran and let him
make terms to suit you. T*n
years time if you want it.
Titles guaranteed, when all
ayments are ma e. The own
er will guarantee 5 per cent
crc-'se in value pe- year for
the next five years. See James
W Ison, owner. 2t-7c
FOR SALE AT A
’.argain, One No. 3 L.
C. Smith Typewriter
with 12 inch carriage.
Tn good cond:t*cn.
Cigar Co. 6t«7c
FOR RENT — THE CORBETT
House N. E. corner court square.
B. T. Falls. jt-e
Black Hat Bex be
tween Belwocd and
clothes and money.
Liberal reward for re
turn to Star Office.
Ostine Brackett, Shel
NEW BROWN LUMBERJACK
wrapped in paper, left in wrong car
in Shelby Saturday. Return to Star
office for reward. W. A. Cook, B-t.
Belwood. jt 9p
Once I know how to talk. Now I
have learned silence .—Georges Cle*
64 acres, 200 fruit tr~e*, 2
houses 1 mile from Maiden,
ST55.00 acre. 100 acres 5
room house, 8 miles from
Lincolnton, ?33.00 acre. The
above farms are on good
ror.ds. Also h~ve a few
other good values, all on
Fee or write,
J. Robt. McNeely
Linco'nton, N. C.
Having qualified 14 executor of
the will of w. F. Gold, deceased,
this is to hereby notify all persons
holding claims against his estate to
file same with me on or before the
7th day of January, 19J0, or this
notioe will be pleaded In' bar of re*
covery >n sam:; and this is to fur
ther notify all persons to make pay
ment Immediately of any indebted
ness owing said estate.
This January 7th, 1929.
J. M. GOLD, Executor of
Will of W. F. Gold, dee'd.
Newton it Newton, Attys.
Having this day qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of Damon
| Jenkins, deceased, this Is to notity.
all parties having claims against
the said deceased to present them
to me properly proven on or before
the 19th day of December. M39, ot
this nodes will be pleaded In bar o
recovery thereof. All person* ow
ing the said estate will please make
immediate ayment to the under
signed. This December 19. 1999.
WILUE AGER, Administrate:
of Damon Jenkins, deceased.
A. R. Bennett, Atty.
, Shelby Shoe Shop
Slices Repaired By The
■ Goodyear Welt System l
With shoes the price they
are, it is not only ecoromv
but proo'* eenre to have them
retired as often as pos
— PHONE 569 —
West War en Street, At
The Railroad. t
“GUS AND GUSSIE” — still a Fright
SO, ybg'ft* A U'L LOSTSD <Si*C
And ALU you VUA.NT IS CASPARS
"T& e»T HOMS • WHSRS,
<*) INf/Kin# Intvts Byndiat*. Jat Oiwt rl^Vt rM»mi|
* sjpggiffiw.. ...-1
oucw- Australia! TUats
A LOH<5 V/AVS PROM HEELS 5*^ WSU.,'
x alwus wanted to / THEIR.
OO TW1RB AN" DO MV/^MONEY 4TH
ACT, BUT TWERB'S />*, fiOOD ATM
NOTHIN* THERE L ANVRftOVTU
BUT KANGAROOS ^ 7BUyT
ITS AlSAR. A'
MO» Vbo‘*» V.
-TklM*INO Ol* A \
\T SHOULD 8v a
polvmbthia * TWfc
NEITHER. ith a
The Reason is “Apparent*’
HAS LBPT <SOS
NOW, AND MB
>S DOlNQ HIS
SMOOTH LV AS
Set op gears
ON A TWO .TON
ay, or l mow
CAM A MAM
$o punnv OFF
*TAM AMD SO
Ll'U OlRL. is
WHV I CANM<
ITTH ATH CLEAR
.THANK >t5U *ORThE
. UTHB OF THE HAUL*
W»A* A 61AHO/0UT I MU7WT AWAY.
IKI THE A ANA THBARCHINS
WlMTBR X FOR. My MOTHS’*. <■
. T'AAE .rmiTH ITW HER PICTURE,
*on. I AM
Copeland's Health Talk
# v. % <•
** Soaping The Baby
BY ROYAL S. COPELAND. M. D.
(United States Senator And Former Health Commissioner of Now fork.)
It U a real task to take care of a ttey baby. Nobody regrets this,
of course. If then la one task In t ha world that Is cheerfully, happily,
easily dona ft ta the cere of the boby. The mere feeble and delicate
the infant and tha more real the needs of the child, the more anxious
I the mother is to give her whole being to Its welfare.
Nothinf if more important than the care of
the baby’s skin. You know how sensitive your
skin Is—how It suffers In cold or extreme heat.
You know how It feels to have the skin chapped.
Strop? soap will turn every sore spot you have
Into a flame of fire.
Washing the baby la a real art. Soma moth*
era to about this matter with all the confidence
In the world. But others, poor souls, era in a
fever of fear that the baby may fall or be in
jured in some other way.
But it is not my purpose today to describe
the bathing of the child, AU l wish to say about
'this is to point out the imports nee of selecting
a soap that doe* not irritate the skin of your
' we differ in our reactions to drugs ana chemicals. one «nn wui
accept certain applications and thrive under thetn. Another skin will
smart and bum and become inflamed under the tame appljaotloe. On
this account a soan must be selected that la acceptable to the baby’s sUn.
the oil of the skin. Then it it left
unprotected and le sure to smart
end burn in consequence.
After bathing the skin must be
thoroughly dried. Moisture will
leave the surface liable to chapping.
The use of powder after bathing
hbs a scientific foundation. It guar*
antees perfect dryness of the stein
A baby should not be left In wet
garments. Immediate attention is
important, because without it the
Skin wlll chafs and chap
Petroleum oil has its uses as an
application to the skin of the body
after bathing. It should not be used
on the face, but Is quite all right to
apply elsewhere. It is soothing and j
If the baby’s skin » pimply 4t mey.
be dug to heavy cloth ice causing
excessive perspiration. This to like
ly to -cause a rash to appear.
, Another cause for skin eruption is
' wrong feeding. The milk mixture
may not be right, or the milk itseh
may not be acceptable, ft isn’t a
bad idea to change the milk supply
if the skin Is not dear This simple
thing may solve a problem
, Nothing to sweeter or more ap
pealing than a clean, smiling baby.
To have It attractive the skin must
be perfect, arid no’effort to too greet
to make this' possible.
K. W. 3-—X am troubled with
constipation, what do you advice?
A.—Eat simple, wen-cooked food.;
Avoid foods unduly rich in fats and;
starches, crink plenty of water be
tween merty. -Send self-addressed,
stamped envelope for further partic
ulars end repeat your question.
S- M ©.—What causes a pain
near the heart whan a deep breath
What causes the feet te swell?
A.—This may be due to a little
.ndlgwtlon Your diet Sheu’d be cor
noted and the Intestinal tract kept
elm. For details send a self-ad*
dressed stamped envelope and re
peat your que*thw
3.—Perhaps circulatory condition
la responsible, sometimes heart or
kidney trouble may produce swell
ing, Consult your family doctor for
a thorough examination.
H C. Q—What causes prickly
heat? ft It harmful in any way?
A.—Hot weather and easily irri
tated skin produce this symptom.
Heap the parts clean and use a
good antiseptic dusting powder. No.
YOUNG HONOR CONVICT
FREE AFTER FLIGHT
Raleigh, Jan. I.—Albert Turner.
19-year-old *honor prisoner" at
State’* prison, spent this morning
assisting servants at the executive
mansion prepare for the coming of
Governor-elect Q. Max Gardner,
who is to take up his residence
there January 11.
Where Aibert .spent the after
noon is not yet known to officials
of the prison. Some time during
the lunch hour today he
He was convicted of forgery
in Richmond county superior, (jOurt
last sprites and received a sentence
of from one ygar told months.
NOTICE OF ? STOCi
meeting c;\ rmsT . .
BANK OF smtLRT. N. C.
The stockholders of the First
National Bahk of Shelby. N. C. will
hold their annual meeting' for the
election of directors, to vote on a
proposed inoreM* of capital stock
and any other business which may
come before the meeting, at eleven
o’clock a. m. Tuesday, Janmry 8
1S38 at their banking room, Shelby.
Having this day auallflad as ad*
mlnlstrator of the estate of Pinkney
Little deceased, this la to notify all
pertcfls having claims against the
said estate to present same to me
for. payment on or before the 14th
day of December. 1939. or this no
tice will be pleaded In bar of any
recovery thereof. All persons ow
ing the said estate will make Im
mediate settlement to the under
alined. This 14th day of December.
J. B ELH6, Administrator Estate
of Pinkney Little,, deceased
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Whereas our Heavenly Father in
His infinite wisdom haa seen fit to
call from earth to heaven the soul
of Brother B. E. Mcflwatn who de
parted from this life December 18.
1938. Therefore, be It resolved by
Trinity Baptist church: First, that
while we contemplate with sorrow
the loss whlcti church has sustain
ed through the going away of our
friend and brother w* bow In hum
lie submission to the will of Him
who doeth all thtnga well Second.
that with the removal of Brother
JtfcSwatn from among us we have
lost a true and faithful brother and
his family has los* a gentle and de
voted father, a wise counsellor and
to them we extend our sincere sym
pathy la thetr great sorrow. Third,
that a copy of these resolutions be
spread on the minutes of our
church and a copy be sent to the
family, also that a copy be sent to
The Cleveland Star, Jharity and
Children and Biblical Recorder.
R. V. GREENE.
MISS OLLIE BRIDGES,
TRY STAR WANT ADS
And Other Trouble* Wes'
Away After This South
Carolioian Had Taken
Tv*, S. O.—*T have used Black
Draught, at Intervals, for about five
years,’' sayaMr.-J. f. OtHiland. of
this place. "I take It for Indigestion.
“After eating, r would have m
tight, blo*t«l feeling, and pains in
ray chest and stomach. I would
spit up my fodd, and some things X
ate would not agree with me at alL
“I would be hungry, hut afraid to
3at on account of the indigestion. X
•vould bo constipated, too.
"Soma one told me that T should
ry Black-Draught, which I did,
1th good results. X take just a
mall dose after meals, and X leal
Jv a different person.
*T do not have any more trouble
f that kind X can now eat at
test anything I want to. at any
me, ang ft does not hurt me.
“Black-Draught is * splendid
uedlciae. I can xeoomend it to
Thousands of people have fount'
dlef, iq casts or common indiges
on. bytaktng a pinch of Black
r&ught after meals, and continuing
■ 'Us treatment for setter*! days.
Taka Thedfoed’s Black-Draught
t is purely vegetable and acts in <
ipful way, without the bad effect
m for Constipation
A colored couple were be
ing married end when the
clergyman came to the
words, Love, Honor and
Obey the bridegroom inter- j
rupted: "Read that once
moh, eo the lady kin ketch
de full solemnity of its
meaning, cause I’se been
We want you to ketch the
full meaning when we say
that Sinclair gas and oil
represents the ultimate in
purity and pep. Sinclair
motor fuel will save you
.money annually by increas
ing you mileage range at do
greater increase in your
The Moit Persistent Thief .
OF YOUR PROFITS W?-?**’*
HIGH INTEREST RATE
THE EASIEST WAYTQMY*!
We Lend On Acceptable First Farm.
Mortgages At Lowest Rate Of Interest
5 TO 35 YEARS $*% ^ J
Nothing Complicated About It. Let
Us Tell You.
Shelby National Farm Load
a • ,» , t- t,
HENRY B. EDWARDS, See..Tre*s.
21 Royster Bldg. Phone No.
RALEIGH, N. C
ELECT OF NORTH CAS
JANUARY 11TH, l
Round trio fve from Shelby „,,..;*„«,***** Id
Round trip fere from Ruther'ordton *4.*^ p
Round trip fere from Forest City II
Tickets on eale January 10th, final limit midst
Special pullman sleeping care for the'-reuad-'
including occupancy Raleiorh January Hth. Ik.
berth 18.50, upper berth 16.80.
Leave Rutherfordton January 10th at,8i20.P
Forest tfty 5:S5 P. M.*, Shelby 6:81 P M At
Raleigh 8:46 AM January Hth. Car* t© bo o
pied as desired returning leave Raleigh 19:10 A
January 18th arriving home same morning.'
For reservations and detail information ctf
Vernon Procters Ticket Agent, Shelby, C. T._R
rick, Ticket Ag«t, Rutherfordton, A. L.
Ticket Agent, F^est City.
r. k graham,
Dmmon Fl—w Ajcnt, Ctori