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IP you ARE PLANNING TO
Wild let us make an estimate
?lan/ and sketches cheerfully sub
nltted First class workmanship
[uaranteed, Lowman Brothers, con
ractors. Phone 727-J tf 18c
THREE PIECE OVERSTUFFED
uite for sale, perfectly new. Phone
04. 3t 25c
MEAT SCRAP FOR SALE,
inalizes 56 per cent protein. Excel
ent for hog and chicken feed. $70
>er ton. City Abattoir. Apply at
Jity Hall. tf 7c
FOR SALE* STOVE WOOD
*ady for use Phone 406 Morrison
[transfer Co. tf 8c
FOR LAWN FERTILIZER CALL
). E. Ford Co. 2t 25c
FOR SALE CHEAP TO QUICK
nice desirable lot just off
Mghway No. 20 west of Shelby. Zeb
M^pney. tf 23c
BUILDING LOTS—GOOD LO
»tion. C. S. Young. tf-12c
I HAVE SEVERAL
h^usand dollars to
end on improved
farms in Cleveland
county. See or write
Marvin Blanton, Led
itter building, Shel
SEE O. E.
FORD CO. FOR
grain and grass,
2 t 25c
BABY CHICKS — POULTRY
Hinging best price in years. We
latch o^; sell you chicks cheaper
lhan hen eta hatch them. Rocks
ind Reds each Wednesday. Suttle
Hatchery. tf 6c
SEE US FOR HAY IF YOU
iront a bale or a car. Shelby Feed
Co., located with Suttles Hatch
sry. « He
WE HAVE CHICKS EVERY
day in the week. Finish out your
hen with out chicks. Suttles-Hatch
*• tf lie
MORTGAGE LOANS ON HIGH
class business and residential
property in Shelby. Unlimited
funds immediately available. See
Bert Price, Royster, Building,
Booms 4 and 5. 12t 15c
ANOTHER CAR LOAD ST.
rohns River Oranges will arrive
Monday, February 18th. Will be
told from our same location on the
Kjuare. George J. McReynolds. 4tl5p
SHELBY AUTO AND WAGON
Coonfcany, specialilzng in rebuild
kig wrecked cars, building commer
•ial bodies, duco painting, top up
bolstering and glass work. Black
smithing. Phone 753-J. ^puth Mor
£n Street. tf 15c
FOR SALE: FULL TANCRED
strain White Leghorns, C. C. Mc
Bwaln, Kings Mountain, Route 2,
Phone 2905. 4t 20c
FOR SALE—PURE FULGHUM
seed oats $1.00 per bushel. T. F.
Bellers, Kings Mountain, Route 1.
* , 6t-18p
A YELLOW GOLD
Swiss movements, round
black and grey checked
If found please return to
office or Mllla Putnam, 617
LaFayette street. 2t 22c
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
at The Star office. Twen
cents per hundred. Call at
press room. tf-26x
26, now employed dur
work of any kind
Expert typing, clerical or
in store. General merchan
ixneriance. Bales ability. Will
tor stalk cutters, seed
fleaners, Cook's ditchers, and any
and of farm machinery O. E. Ford
Jo's Is the place. 2t 25c
magnetors repaired. We
general repairing. Phone
Turner and Williams
HARMON & MOSS
and Repairing. Locat
ed under Chocolate
Shop. Phones: Office
230. Res. 203. tf-25
WE THRESH CANE SEED
every Saturday. Morrison Trans
fer. tt 21c
FOR RENT OR SALE: NEW
five room house with water and
lights. C. D. Mints, phone 324 M,
West Marion street. 3t 22c
FOR RENT GOOD TWO HORSE
farm, five miles east of Shelby,
near Kings Mountain highway.
Renter must furnish stock. Mrs. W.
H. Jennings, Shelby. 3t
Furnished rooms for rent/ 305 De
Kalb street. Mrs. Val Thomason.
Breakfast Bacon 22c
lb., Fat back meat
12$c lb., 98 lb. flour
pla;n o r self-rising
3.35. C. H. Reinhardt,
South Shelby. 3t-22c
WANTED: JOB AS TRUCK
driver. Can give good recommend
ation. Notify “C” care of Star.
STRAYED FEBRUARY 15, ONE
gray mare mule. Notify C. A. Cab
iness, Phone 605-R, Shelby. 3t 20p
JUST RECEIVED AT O. E. FORD
Co’s a car load of Basic Slag for
grain, grass and lawns. 2t 25c
FOR SALE: AT SACRIFICE,
new Browning Automatic? shot gun,
never been used. Also new Ithaca
double barrel bird gun, been used
only a little. Both bargains for
quick Wile. P. O. Box 24, Shelby, N.
C. or Fnone 608-W. It 25p
LOST: LEATHER SAMPLE
case, containing order books of W.
C. Thomas, leather and shoe find
ings. Reward if returned to Shelby
: Shoe Shop. - - . ■ • ?t. 22p
SAY! GOING CHEAP! HOUSE
and filling statidn for rent on
Cleveland Springs Road, Phone 610.
W. P. Dorsey. 3t 22p
SEE O. E. FORD CO. FOR
your fertilizer requirements. 2t 25c
Mill Closes For
Mr. Muffs Funeral
Useful Gifts Made To Be Sent To
Baptist Orphanage. Per
Double Shoals, Feb. 21.—As we
looked out. the windows this morn
ing again we saw the earth blanket
ed with snow and ice.
A large number of people from
this community attended the fun
eral- of D. M. Mull at Mull’s chapel
in Catawba county Tuesday. The
Double Shoals cotton mill under
the management of Mr. H. R.
Royster stood silent throughout
the day in honor of Mr. Mull who
was the firms book-keeper.
The young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ivans Lankford is very sick .with
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Toney of
Shelby spent last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Champion.
Mr. atad Mrs. Pleas Cabaniss of
Zion community spent Sunday with
Mr and Mrs. C. R. Spangler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spangler and
children spent Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Yates Spurllng of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Royster at
tended the annual debate at Boil
ing Springs last week.
Mr. Leland Royster and friend
Durwood Whistnant of Boiling
Springs Junior college spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
The W. M. S. met at the home of
Mrs. W! S. Spangler last Friday
February 15 with 11 members
present. An interesting lesson was
discussed after which all enjoyed
looking at useful gifts that the
members made to be sent to the
Mill’s Home at Thomasville.
Misses Emma and Florence
Spangler were elected as delegates
to theW, M. V. meeting which
meets .at High Point in March.
Mr.-Hugh Cornwell spent -Sat
urday p. m. with Thomas Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cornwell and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spauglec. _
“GUS AND GUSSIE”
QlVBS 'EM A
KOLL at the
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Off And On,
HOW mM. IS A X OH, PUKTM«fl -n
LON® WAV PROM I TWAT-Ubo SMOOCO
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OE BEAM'S Mill
B. Y. P. V. Program For Next Sun
day On Jadson. Game Of
(Special to The Star.)
Beams Mill, Feb. 21.-The time
lias been changed for B. Y. p. U.
from 6:30 to 6:45 o’clock. The pro
gram for next Sunday is a “Mis
sionary meeting on Mr. Judson.
Misses Vangie and Edna Mc
Swain of near Waco spent Satur
day night with Misses Annie and
*’ MK and Mrs. I*. J. Wiggiha of
Zion community spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Hoyle.
Mr. Sherrill Hamrick was . the
dinner guest of his cousins Misses
Ivey and A. V. Costner Sunday.
Miss Vivian McSwain spent Sat
urday night with Miss Edna Mc
- Mr. and Mrs. Max Gardner and
Mrs. B. F. Gardner spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Pressley Cost
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Williams several days ago a bounc
ing baby girl.
Mrs. Gaston Hoyle and daughter,
Wray, and Miss Mattie Williams
spent Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Hoyle.
Mrs. Daisy Wright and family
and Miss Donle Wright spent Sun
day with MrK and Mrs. Kim Wil
The Woman’s Missionary society
meets at the home of Mrs. Daisy
Wright, Tuesday February 26, to
do some special work. The presi
dent Mrs. Vertis Williams is anx
ious for each member to be pres
Miss Thelma Smith and Mr.
Horace Bridges visited Mr. and Mrs.
Vertis Williams Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Furman Wright and
John Bingham was pleasant callers
in the community Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith of
Cherryville spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Vertis Williams.
Mrs. Daisy Wright, Mrs. Kim
Williams and Mrs. Vertis Williams
and son, Jack, spent Thursday aft
ernoon with Mrs. Will Glascoe.
Mr. Oscar Huggins spent Tues
day n«ght with Mr. and Mrs. Gas
Miss Lena Williams attended e
social given at the home of Miss
Clara Williams of Fallston last
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hamrick
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Misses Nellie Stamey and Eloise
Royster of Fallston spent Sunday
afternoon with Misses Wray and
Miss Claudia Spencer spent the
week-end with Mrs. Aletha Hoyle.
Mr. Paul Ledford has returned
from a trip through Florida.
Miss Dovie Barnette spent the
week-end in Shelby with friends.
TTtT wl IWt finnt nww
Byi Lacy, Passes
At Raleigh Home
He Befan His Political Career
In 1894. Was Treasurer
For 88 Tears.
Raleigh, Feb. 21.—Benjamin R.
Lacy, state treasurer, died at his
home here tills morning at 10:33
’ Mfc^Jjifey, §ho had fOled the of
fice of treasi^ since 1900, had been
* HI for about—a week. He had a
severe heart attack last night, su
I perintenduced, it is thought, by
i asthma, from which he had been a
sufferer for years.
Ha4Jml lived until June 19, Mr.
Lacy AwamWiave been 75 years old.
He vitas arifQve of .Raleigh, the son
of a preacher anjjfthe grandson of
two preachenfcTJlfflthe entered poli
tics he was .a railroad man, retain
ing his membership in the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers
throughout his life.
Mr. Lacy’s first political office
was that of alderman of the city
of Rawigh In 1894 he was elected
state commissioner of labor and
printing, which post he held until
his election as state treasurer six
Handled Huge Sums.
Holding the office of treasurer
during North Carolina’s period of
rapid expansion, Mr. Lacy handled
millions of dollars for the state. He
was required to sign his name to
bonds and other official papers so
much that he practiced writing his
signature with either hand, and
For the last several years Mr.
Lacy had suffered severely from an
asthmatic affliction, and in 1925 he
had an attack while in New York
on state financial business, which
almost cost him his life. But for the
greater part of his time he was
able to conduct his office personally.
He is survived by his widow, who
was Miss Mary Burwell, and several
The names of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy's
children follow: Mrs. R. L. McAden,
of Raleigh: Mrs. Charles G. Rose, of
Fayetteville; R. B. Lacy, Jr., of
Richmond; Mrs. J. J. Lane, Raleigh,
Thomas A. Lacy, and the Misses
Frances and Nan Lacy.
The simple mixture of glycerine
buckthorn bark, saline, etc. (Adler
ika) acts on BOTH upper and low
er bowel and relieves constipation
in TWO hours! Brings out old waste
matter you never thought was in
your system. Don’t waste time with
pills or remedies which clean -only
PART of the bowels, but let Adler
ika give stomach and bowels a
REAL cleaning and see how good
you feel. Paul Webb Pharmacy.
[ Peyton McSwain
Civil and Criminal Practice
In All Courts
Office: Union Trust Co.
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF LAND.
Under the power of sale con
tained in a deed of trust, executed
by C. A. Biggerstaff and wife,
Bessie Biggerstaff to me as trustee
for D. C. Beam, on the 1st day of
February, 1927, as security for a
note of $1500.00, said deed of trust
being of record in office of regis
ter of deeds of Cleveland county, N.
C„ »n book 144, page 85, and in of
fice of the registery of deeds of
Lincoln county in book 155, page
15, and said note not having been
paid at maturity and the holder of
same having called upon me to
foreclose said deed of trust, I, as
trustee as aforesaid, will offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash
at public auction at court house
door in Shelby, N. C. on Saturday
at 12 m., March 16, 1929, the fol
lowing des#ibed property, to-wit:
Lying pattly in No. 9 township,
Cleveland fpunty, and partly in
North Brook township. Lincoln
county, N. U., and being joined on
the north oy the lands of Hardin
Upton, Chahrles Costner and others
on the east by Little Creek, and the
south by Charles D. Dellinger and
on the west by Sam Bingham and
Sid Grigg, and beginning on a post
oak, comer of Hardin Upton, and
runs thence with Upton’s and
Coether’s lines S. 86 E. 96-poles to
a stone; thence with Doras Park
er’s line S. 1% W. 58 poles to a
post oak; thence N. 85 E. 94’4 poles
to a hickory; therice N. 80 E. 11%
poles to a rock; thence S. 80 E. 15
poles to the middle of Little Creek;
thence down the creek as it mean
ders a 4 E. 5 poles; south 17 east
26 poles; S. 10 W. 13 poles; S. 5 W.
87 poles; S. 26 W. 3414 poles; thence
leaving said creek N. 73 W. 108
poles to a stone; thence N. 86 W.
11114 poles crossing public road to
a stone; thence N. 4 E. 20 poles to
a stone; thence N. 68 W. 18 poles
to a white oak in Sam Bingham's
line; thence N. 33 % E 51 poles to a
pine knot and pointers; thense S. 81
W. 35% poles to a stone in Sid
Grigg’s line; thence N. 2% E. 41%
poles to a stone in Upton’s line;
thence N. 81 E. 35.23 poles to an
iron stake; thence N. 4 E. 32‘4
poles to the beginning, containing
246 acres, more or less.
This February 9, 1929.
D. Z. NEWTON, Trustee.'
New’ton & Newton, Attys.
DR. H. C. DIXON
Office Over Woolworth’s.
Farms And Town
W. A. Broadway
Royster BIdg„ Shelby, N. C.
Office Phone 775.
Residence Phone 471.
IF YOUR EYES GIVE
IvU ANY TROUBLE
JR. ROBT. L. WILSON
Paul Webb & Son’s Drug
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate.
Under and by virtue of the au
thority contained In a deed of
trust, executed by Ernest Hart, to
the undersigned trustee, said deed
of trust being dated March 4th,
1925, and recorded In the office of
the Register of Deeds for Cleveland
county, N'. C., in Deed Book ■ 132,
at page 381. securing ail indebted
ness to J. B. Lowery and William
Lowery, and default naVing been
made in the payment of said tn
delfeedness, and demand having
been made upon me to execute the
trust, f will on Monday, March
4th, 1929 at 13:00 o’clock noon, or
within legal hours, at the . Court
House door In Shelby, N, C„ sell
to the highest bidder, for caajv at
public auction, those certain lots
or parcels of land, described as fol
lows: Situated In No. 3 Township,
In the town of Patterson Springs,
and known as Lots No s. 71 & 72
lying North of Kings Mountain
Street, and West of Gum Street,
and Beginning at a-stake, corner
on the Kings Mountain Street and
Gum Street,-and running .with the
West edge of Gum 8treet N. 17-30
E. 128 .feet to a .stakes thence N
85 W. 150 feet to a stake; thence
S. 17-30 (W. 128 feet to a stake on
North edge of Kings 'Mountain
Street; thence with Ndrth edge of
"Kings Mountain Street S. 88-38 E.
150 feet to the beginning, said lots
being shown on Plat of the J. J.
WUklns property , recorded In Book
“TT,” page 1, In the Register’s of
fice of Cleveland county, N. C.
This the 4th, day of February.
Under and by virtue of the au
thority conferred upon me in a deed
of, trust executed by C, O. Tram
mel and wife, Lillie Trammel, on
the 18th day of April, 1928, and re
corded In book 152 at page 29 of the
register of deeds office for Cleve
land county,- N. C.. I will on
Saturday, 2nd day of March, 1929,
12 o'clock noon at the court bouse
door in Cleveland county, Shelby,
N. C„ sell at public auction for cash
to the highest bidder the following
T. W. Ebeltoft
Grocer and Book
Phone — 82
Civil Engineer And
Farm Surveys, Sub-divis
ions, Plats and General
- PhQne 4 I 7 -
JLyiDg in no. o lownsmp. Cleve
land county, N. C., Beginning on a!
red oak on Buffalo Creek, Frank
Fedmon’s and W. M. Wellmon's
comer, thence with W. M. Well
mon’a line N. 69 E. -7 poles to a
dogwood, his comer; thence with
his line and Belle Dedmon’s line N.
28 E. 114 poles to a stone. Belle
Dedmon’s comer; thence with her
fopr lines, via; N. 61 W, 4Hi poles
to a Spanish oak; thence 8.17 W.
43 poles to a pine stump and stone;
thence N. 40 W. 40 poles to a stone;
thence S. 10 W. 74 poles to a stake
on Buffalo Creek; Buren Dedmon’s
corner; thence with his line and
Buffalo Creek 8. 36 W. 30 poles to
r stake and pointers on the creek;
thence with the creek and Buren
Dedmon's line 8. 47 % E. 29 poles to
a birch on the creek; thence down
the meanders of the creek and
Frank Dedmon’s line & 37 E. 94
poles to a stake on the creek; thence
wun me cree* o. or e, jn poies xo
the beginning, containing fOOls
acres, more or lees, mining Ordand
and including the two tract* ocev
veyed to O. O. Trammel and, Wif«*
Lillie Trammel by feed Item M
Wellmon and wile, Bmroa WeUmon
recorded in book 3-W at page 315,
register of deeds office for Cleve
land county. North Carolina. *
The above tract ot land will be
sold, subjeot to the equity which tbc
Atlantic Joint Star- Land Bankof
Raleigh now has in same by reason
of a prior deed, of trust thereon., -
This sale is made by reason of the
failure at C. O. Trammel ana wile.
Ullie Trammel to pay eft and dk
chanre the Irtdebtediteessecuredhy
said deed of trust to W. M. Well
moo.. * —
This the 31st day of j January.
1939. • . -
BYNUM K. WEATNXRBy • -
Trustee. Bhelby, N. C.
.. aim. • - .. - lor
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LEAVE SHELBY:—9:40 a. m.; 11:40 a. m.j 1:40* p.
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LEAVE SHELBY:—8:00 a. m.; 10:50 a, ra. J
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