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WEBB THEATRE
Always the Latest and Best Pictures.
— TONIGHT —
NO EXTRA CHARGES.
Colleen Moore In
“SYNTHETIC SIN”
A SPECIAL — DON’T .MISS IT.
ALSO COLLEGIANS and NEWS REEL.
A PACKED HOUSE LAST NIGHT PROCLAIMED
THIS COLLEEN S REST.
— SATURDAY —
HARRY CAREY In
“BURNING BRIDGES”
A Pathe Western. OIso Funny Comedy And
Fables.
Follow the Crowds to the Best Show in Town.
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Extra Special
McNEELY’S
For Saturday-Monday
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One lot of Winter Dresses worth up
to $20.00 for—
$8.95
These Dresses are all this season’s gar
ments and are wonderful values.
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Any Hat in the store regardless of
price to go Saturday and Monday at
only—
$1.95
All SILK UNDERWEAR i OFF.
J. C. McNEELY CO.
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Personal And Local
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Friends of Mrs. Bcttlc Lee of
Concord will be interested to know
that she is showing some improve
ments after being critically ill for
the past two weeks with influenza.
A party of Paragon department
store buyers, comprising the presi
dent, William Ltneberger. Joe E.
Nash, the manager, Miss Ruth
Mundy of the ready-to-wear, and
Mrs. Bessie Gray, of the millinery
department, are leaving Shelby to
morrow for the northern markets,
including Baltimore and New York
Meantime Mr. Nash, with Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Thompson and Mr. Le
land Jones made a business trip to
High Point, this state, Wednesday.
Dr. J. B. Davis, president of Boil
ing Springs Junior college, is ex
; pected to preach at Dover Baptts
church next Sunday night. The
people living near Dover are cor
dially invited to come out and hear
this able minister.
Messrs. Ben Palmer and W. D.
Babington left Thursday night for
Mobile, Ala , to be gone for some
time.
Mr. Brevard Lattimore of the cir
culation department of The Star, is
in Raleigh today for the inaugural
ceremonies.
Mr. H W. Harmon has resigned
his position with the Electric Serv
ice company it is announced.
Mrs. George Pruett. Miss Fern
Pruett and Mr. Odell Freeman, of
Cllffsldr. spent Wednesday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Free
man.— Rutherfordton Sun.
Mr. J. G Mauney, who has been
agent in Shelby for the Charlotte
Observer for several months has
resigned and turned the agency
over to Rev. O. P. Abernethy.
Mr. and" Mrs. W. J. Roberts were
amongst those in Raleigh today at
tending the inauguration
Mrs. J. C. Smith spent Wednes
day in Charlote,
Mesdames Mary Wilson Toms,
Reid Misenheimer, Misses Theda
and Lona Smith are spending today
In Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Hoey and
children. Ruth and Franklin, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. 8.
E. Hoey and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hoey leave tomorrow for their home
in Wilmington, Delaware.
Miss Frances Tablolo of Tampa,
Fla., who is a student at Lime
stone college, spent the Christmas
holidays with Miss Madge Mauney.
Misses Tablolo, Mauney, and Ruth
Dixon returned to Limestone col
lege. today, to take up their col
lege duties.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Baber and
family moved the first of the
month to the Weathers apartment.
Mr. George Vaughn returned
Wednesday from a business trip to
New York.
Mr. Jimmie Weaver, of Birming
ham, AJ*.. spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oarroll.
Mrs. George Vaughn spent last
week with her parent* in Gastonia.
Miss Lucy Mae Francis visited
Miss rrances Palmer last week-end.
Miss Georgia Lutz who has been
in the millinery business in Shelby
for a number of years, has sold out
and retired from work. She moved
yesterday to her home at Fallston.
Mr. Lewis Forney who has been
with his family here for some time
left yesterday for Cincinnati.
Some of the 8helby people who
are in Raleigh today attending the
inauguration: Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Webb, Mr. and Mrs. George Blan
ton, Misses Elizabeth McBrayer and
Miilicent Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. J.
p. Lineberger, Mr. and Mrs. B. T.
Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Weath
ers, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Arey, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Arey. Miss Sara Rob
erts, Dr. and Mrs. Zeno Wall, Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Hoey, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Hoey, Miss Jsabcl Hoey, Dr.
and Mrs 8. S. Royster, Mr. «nd
Mrs. A. w. McMurry, Misses Mary
Adelaide and Minnie Eddins Roberts
MfSfr* Chas C. Blanton, Forrest
Eskridge, J. F. Jenkins, D. W. Royr
ster. Jack Palmer, D. D. Wilkins,
j. T. Roberts. Dr. W. F. Mitchell,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Anthony. Mrs.
Ollie Anthony, Miss Margaret An
thony, Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge
Gardner. Mrs. Harry Woodson, Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Houser and Otto
Long.
Mrs. Carrie Childs who is sales
lady at J. C. Penney Co. was called
to Statesville yesterday on aecount
of tlje Ulness of her mother.
curt Of THafcp
J vfch to tftw* the pood
of Ohtiby for their goodness end
kindness shown me during the sick
ness and death of my dear wife.
W. H. KALE. 3t
Coach Cards
Earl (Greasy) Neale, football
and baseball coach at the Uni
versity of Virginia, has been
named head coach of the St.
Louis Nationals by Billy South
"•orth. the Cards’ new manager.
Seeks Izzy’s Title
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French Belanger (above), who,
after soundly trouncing Steve
Rocco in Toronto, Ont., is out
after a match with Corporal
Izzy Schwartz, world’s cham
pion flyweight boxer. He is a
fighter somewhat of the same
pattcn as Jimmy McLarnin
the knockout artist.
( lultl 0*1100*1 N»w»r»o*l
Lutheran Church Service.
Sunday school at ten o'clock: A
short time devoted to the study of
lasting truths.
Morning worship, 11 o'clock, ‘ The
Growing Youth.”
Evening worship, 7:15 o’clock.
Subject: “The Satisfying Service."
We expect the members to be on
time every time. Wc assure visitors
a hearty welcome ali the time.
Come to the Marlon street school
building.
(Special to The Star.)
A very large crowd was present
last Sunday evening to hear the
Morgapton orchestra which made
music at St. Peters church. The
music was reported as good. -
Mrs. Georgia Ledford and daugh
ters, Misses Mary and Joyce Led
ford. was at the Lincolnton hospi
tal on last Sunday to see her hus
band Mr. Plato Ledford. He is get
ting along nicely.
Misa Edith Sain spent last Sat
urday night at the home of her
brother, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sain.
Miss Ruth Costner spent last
Tuesday night with Miss Wilma
Hull.
Misses Fannie and Male Mostello
spent last Sunday with Miss Inez
Propst.
Miss Mittle gain spent last, Sun
day with Miss Corane Hoyle
Miss Edith gain returned to
foojw coU*fe Mq»>day.
Mr- Tommy c*tfev hvJ »
n«w erected end have aKrvfd
into it. The Peeler place where they
just vacated having been sold. M*r
vin Hoyle and Max Ledford are
the purchasers.
| At The Theatres
The iTitirfSPr. running a double
\ bill of rxrepHonnl merit tomorrow,
i The feature film drumattzes u
thrilling story ol the Canadian
Northwest A Woman's Justice.'"
| The art ion picture is "The Rus
’ tier's End," starring one of the
great western favorite Al Hoxte.
A Woman's Justice" is n smash
ing drama ot the big woods and
long trails ot the northwest. Oaston
Glass appears as the * Mounttes"
who always pot his man. He gets
him in this spirited pic arc.
Colleen Moore proved to be us
popular at the Webb Vast night as
usual. She drew a big crowd and
pleased them. Her vehicle was
i "Synthetic Sin. in which she ap
pears at the playhouse ajra'n to
day. It was perhaps Colleen's fun
niest She appears on the stage
and pulls a flop, about- the biggest
the footlights ever saw. Then she
decides to go out and be a real
actress. And the fun begins. Today's
bill Is enlivened with the ever pop
ular "Collegians" and news reel.
Tomorrow Harry Carey Mads the
bill in a rathe western—"Burning
Bridges." And there Is a good com
edy and the laughable Fables also
featured
VAN ARNAM'S MINSTRELS !
COMING
Beam Bros, of the Princess thra
tre, wishes to announce to the pub
lic that he has secured John R.
Van Arnam's superior minstrels for
Tuesday, January 15. This Is the
ninth season for the Van Arnam
show and year after year It, has
built up an enviable reputation of
always having a new show every
season, new jokes, new songs, new
comedy, new faces, new scenery and
all new wardrobe.
Nine ytars ago when Mr. Van
Arnam started his first minstrel
show there were seven minstrel
shows entour. Today there are none
left. Why Is this, can only be an
swered in the words of the world's
greatest, showman. Otto Rlngltng,
"Give the people the entertainment
they want, at a price they can af
ford to bring the whole family and
you will be successful.’’
Penny Column
1 WANT TO RENT A TWO
horse farm In some county adjoin
ing Cleveland. Apply at Star of
fice. at lip
FOR SALE: EARLY JER8EY
and Charleston Wakefield cabbage
plant*; 300—30c; 400—50c; 1000—
$1.20, poet paid. W. H. Blackburn,
Newton, N. C„ R-l. It lip
LOST; WEDNESDAY NIGHT
in Shelby, * U. D. C. pin. Finder
leave at Star office or call Mr*. C.
B. Alexander, West Marlon St.
It 11c
STRAYED BIRD DOG AT MY
house. O. P. Abemethy. 3t 11c
FOR SALE CHEAP TO QUICK
buyer my residence on East Buttle
street. $1000 cash, remainder In
Building and Loan. Six room resid
ence and six small outhouses. 12
grapevines, 20 peach trees, 12 figs,
3 apples, 8 plums, 4 cherries, two
pecans, 1 apricot, many strawber
ries and raspberries. 12 large oaks,
12 rose bushes. Lot 69x175, only
three-quarters of mile from court
house. D. A. Tedder, phone 649. ltc
FIRST $10 BUYS A GOOD SEC
ond-hand bicycle. D. A. Tedder, ltc
FOR RENT: 3 OR 4 ROOM
apartment for light housekeeping.
A. E. Gregory, West Marion St.,
phone 333. 2t lie
Calendar reform nas its good
points and bad. It would add an
other pay-day, but also another
rent day.—Dayton Journal.
Intelligence Test: Any collection
ol forty or fifty questions to which
the eminent psychologist giving the
test happens to know the replies.—
Detroit News.
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I COMPARE THIS (NERVE)
WITH THE ONE ABSvE
AND THE ONE BELOW
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Neuritis. Mr*. Martha Debold,
Case 15-H. Was afflicted lor a
total ol two years. Under seven
months' treatment continuously
given by another method, condi
tion became worse. Persuaded to
"try" Chjjoprgctfe, tour vjLJmrt
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Dr. B. M. JARRETT
CHIROPRACTOR
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Princess
Theatre
Shelby
Tues. Jan. 15
AMERICA’S GREATEST MINSTREL ORGANIZATION
Eclipsing This Season Anything Ever Seen in Minstrelsy. 3 0
High Class Artists 5 Big Time Vaudeville Acts 5. -.i
NOTE THESE LOW PRICES FOR A BIG SHOW:
ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR . 75c - ENTIRE BALCONY .. 50c
3rd Annual
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utes. Then laugh when the wind bowls
’round the eaves. Your house is toasty
warm—upstairs and down. You are a
member of the “Enjoy-It-Now” Club*
You have made hut a small deposit—and
you have no more payments to make un
til next Fall. What a wonderfully liberal
Here is our
amazing ojfer
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Better join today*
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PHONE 330
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