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bulla let us matte an estimate
Plans and sketch** cheerfully suo
mltted First class workmanship
i guaranteed. Lowmar Brothers con
tractors Phone 727-J tl I tic
BABY CHICKS — POULTRY
bringing best price in years. We
hatch or sell you chicks cheaper
than hen can hatch them. Rocks
and Reds each Wednesday. Suttle
-Hatchery. tl 6c
MEAT SCRAP FOR SALE
anallzes 65 per cent protein Excel
lent for hog and chicken reed $70
* per ton. City Abattoir. Apply at
City Hull.. tl 7c
FOR SALE CHEAP TO QUICK
buyer, nice desirable lot Just oil
Highway No. 20 west ol Shelby. Zeb
C. Mauney. tl 28c
I HAVE SEVERAL
thousand dollars to
I lend on improved
farms in Cleveland
county. See or write
Marvin Blanton, Led
better building, Shel
by.W-F-tf
MORTGAGE LOANS ON HIGH
class business and residential
property in Shelby. Unlimited
lunds immediately available. See
Bert Price, Royster, Building,
Rooms 4 and 5. 12t 15c
SEE US FOR HAY IF YOU
want a bale or a car. Shelby Feed
Co., located with Suttles Hatch
^ ery. tf lie
SHELBY AUTO AND WAGON
Company, specialiizng in rebuild
wrecked cars, building commer
cial bodies, duco painting, top up
holstering and glass work. B'.ack
smithlpg. Phone 753-J. South Mor
gan Street. tf 15c
WE HAVE CHICKS EVERY
s day in the week. Finish out your
hen with out chicks. Suttles Hatch
ery. tf 11c
HARMON & MOSS
Elect: ica'. Contracting
and Repairing. Locat
* ed under Chocolate
Shop. Phones: Office
230. Res. 2C3. tf-25
DAHLIAS TWELVE FOR 25c;
bulbs for $1.25, one $1.00 bulb free.
10 grape vines Lutie, Concord, Nia
gara $1.50 prepaid. F. Putnam,
Black Mountain, N. C. 12 4c
WANTED: MAPLE LOGS AND
lumber. Southern Desk Company,
m Hickory, N. C. 12t lc
A 1200 PAGE WEBSTER 8ELF
Pronouncing Dictionary for only
65c with a year’s subscrip.icn to
The Star. Better get ^ours new.
The dictionary is worth $3.50, the
paper all we ask for it; $2.50 per
year by mail or $3 by carrier in
Bhelby end suburbs. tf
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TWO ROOM - FURNISHED
apartment. Phone 404. 3t 6c
* ~~CALL 666 — AND
let us clean and re
store the shape o f
your old hat. You’ll be
,T delighted. BECK &
PRATT, Dry Clean
ers. 3t-8c
F O R^ELECTRIC
Ranges See Arey Re
frigerating Co. 4t-6c
IF YOU WANT THE CHAR
lotte Observer on your porch each
g morning when you get up, telephone
Frank Abernethy at 289-J. 3t 8c
FOR SALE —ONE
Ford Truck, 1 Buick
Coupe, One Fssex Se
dan, One Cadillac Se
'dan, Several used Pe
frigerators. Bargains.
See Arey Refrigerat
ing Co. \ 4t-6c
r.; 1
BEST PATENT ALL
soft wheat flour $3.50
a hundred. - Guaran
teed satisfaction. Sh 1
fcy Feed Co. at Suttle
Hatchery. 3t-6c
A YEAR S RENEWAL A'D 6‘c
gets a Websters Home, Office and
School dictionary , containing 1200
pages and information everyone
should have. It is self pronouncing
and profusely Illustrated. The Stir,
Shelby. • tf
W HEN IN THE
mar!:et for hay, poul
try feed, dairy feed or
| supplies see us. Shel
by Feed Co. atS,Tttle
Hatchery. 3t-6c
BUILDING LOTS-GOOD Lo
cation. C S Young. tf-12c
"MADE - IN - CAROLINA”
CHICKS from some of the south's
finest Bloodtested stock. Every
breeders raised under state supervi
sion and bloodtested by them. All
hatched Irom large eggs. Write for
I catalogue Or order from this. AA
grades Rocks, Reds. White and Sil
ver Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons.
' $18.00, 100. A grades Rocks and
i Reds, $16.00. AA grades extra fine
large White leghorns, $15,00, 100;
A grades $13.00, 100. CUSTOM
I WORK, Let us hatch your own
, eggs for you 3’-c an egg. Setting
I each Monday and Thursday.
| Bunch Poultry Farm & Hatchery,
| Statesville, N. C. tf 6c
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
iale at The Star office. Twen
ty cents per’'hundred. Call at
the press room. tf-26x
I AM THE SOLE AGENT In
the county for that now famous
boolc, “Then and Now.” Call, see it.
It’s worth twice what it cost. T. W.
Ebeltoft, Shelby. 6t 8c
BREAKFAST BA
CCN 22c lb., Fat Back
Meat 121c lb., 98 lb.
flour, pla'n or self
rising, $3.35.. C. H.
Peinhardt, South
Shelby. 3t-8c
FOR 0TTICR SALE — 1
prrtty Coll’e pvppy $’0. 9
^lotted Bo'l nup-v-'s, male $15
/'cma,e $10 00. First green
back gets nuories. 1 Ithaca 12
Ga. gun. 9")% new, $25. 1
'Iterl'rgv.orfh f’un ^*30. If you
’ ave n*ce Co'Me, B 'll or Po
lice dog puppies for sale send
"ge a**d drserin ion. Ch-ck or
P. O. Mo-ey Order far $1.00
to ha* e avo e 1‘sted for qirc1’
"ale. T’ e way to sell a dog,
Typewriter, Adding Machine
Grn or any of the abo ’e items
‘s to find your buyer, t^en the
n’e is easy. Ad’ress Cbas. A
T ong. Box 132, S^eLy, N. C.,
Call 214, Watson’s Tin F*-«r.
2t-8c
PAINTING, VARNISHING, PA
per hanging, graining, decorating
norch and interior furniture. R. 1
Clarence Burchett, interior decora
tor, Box 735, Shelby, N. C. 12t 8c
| TRY ONE OF O. E. FORD CO'S
Chattanooga turning plows and
I middle buster, and if your are not
pleased return them at our expense.
2t-8c
O. E. FORD CO. SAYS THE
Cook ditcher and terracer Is the
best made, and they have plenty of
them. 2t-8c
FOR KENT: 7 ROOM HOUSE
on Cleveland Springs road. Mod
em conveniences. Blanton E<eculc
Company. 3t 8p
LET CRANE’S
Vulcanize your tires
{and tubes. South
Washington St. 6t-8p
FOR SALE: USED ESSEX
coupe. 1927 model. Good condition,
new fires. Call at Star office. 2t8c
FOR SALE: GOOD CONDITION
2 show cases, popcorn parch»r, ice
shaver, 3 gallon coffee urn. Apply
Smokehouse, 2ft fc
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SAW FILING—30-40C EACH.
Elias C. Leigh, Ella-Lilly Mill St.
12t 8p
BARGAINS -BAR
GAINS. We have sev
eral real bargains in
used Model “T Ford
Cars. Charles L. Es
kridge. 2t-8c
FOUND: LADIES WRIST
watch. Owner may have same by
identifying it and paying for ad
2t 8c
IT’S A SIGHT THE WAY O. E.
Ford Co. is selling hay and oats.
I There’s a reason. 2t-8c
| BARGAIN ■— RL
BUILT FordaonTrac
J tor, fine condition.
Charles L. Eskridge.
2t-8c
TlT?E SULPHUR
md Arsenate of Lead
's soM by Cleveland
hardware Co. ltc
I WANT ONE TWO-HORSE
farmer, who can work 20 acres or
more in cotton, or two one-horse
farmers to work 10 acres or more
each. J. C. Randle, R-2, Kims
Mountain. 3t 8p
MR. CONTRACTOR, CALL O. E.
Ford Co. for lime, cement, plaster,
plaster parts, face and common
brick. 2t-8c
USED CARS - WE
have lV.ed with us for
sale at bargain prices,
used Chevrolets, Es
sex, Dodge, Buick and
other cars. For real
values see us. Charles
w«. Fskridge. 2t-8c
SEE O. E. FORD CO FOR Mc
Cormick Deering stalk cutter.
None better, 2t-8c
BUY “THEN AND NOW,” THE
whole family will read and stay
home from the show. See it at
Ebeltoft’s. 6t 8c
FOR RENT OR SALE MY
home, 508 W. Warren. Mrs. R. E.
Ware, 108 E. Second street, San
ford, Fla 5t-llp
MAKE WASH DAY QUICK AND
easy. Use “Quick Wash Tablets”
and “No-Rub Washing Compound”
Worth their weight in gold to any
wash woman. Write L. M. Crain,
R-2, Lawndale. 6t-llp
DRAG SCRAPES
ire sold by Cleveland
Hardware 0>- Get
our prices j " 7 It- 11c
'•The Penalty.”
(By Lloyd Manney.l
He was always running by
On the side and on the sly.
And was always stealing through
By every car and crossing too.
He was always slipping on
Be it right or be it wrong.
And forever causing strife
In the auto drivers life.
He was bold and daring then
When the line oC cars were thin.
But he knew the thicker maze
Would somehow shorten Mis days.
It was queer the way he drove
Into every nick and cove.
With that lightening speed of his
He’d go by them on the whiz.
He was always calling out
As he passed by with a shout.
And was always pokihg fun
At the cars that wouldn’t run.
He was always in the way
Blocking traffic every day,
And he wore his silly grin
That he carried to the end.
He was fond of his good brakes
And he filled the hearts with quakes
As he drove up quick and fast
Finally stopping at the last.
But he was fondest of his speed
For he loved his noble steed,
It was noted for it’s vim
And it eased his slightest whim.
He was fond of good highways
And it was there he spent his days,
Driving fiercely up and down
In and out of every town.
It was there he lost his life
And It ended his speedy strife,
For he traveled up and down
TUI he reached the fatal town.
He was driving fast along
Singing then his crazy song,
As he turned a curve nearby
Another car came gliding nigh.
With his foot he fed the brakes
That had made the heartstrings
ache,
But it faUed to have the pep
And it’s everlasting rep.
When the cars were torn apart
He was found with failing heart,
And as they laid him on the side
“It wasn’t my fault, he loudly cried.
He had run the final race
And grim death had shown his face,
I He was lost within the fog
i The fate and death of a road hog.
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BAN SOUGHT ON GIRLS
UNDER 18 AT PUBLIC HOPS
Asheville.—The city commission
ers of Asheville have been asked to
pass a law forbidding girls under
; 18 years old from appearing at
dances of a public or semi-public
nature, it was revealed by C. H.
Bartlett, commissioner of public
safety. -
Mr. Barlett said he did not know
the attitude of the other commis
sioners, but personaliy.be does not
favor such, a law.
I think such matters should be
controlled in the home,’ he de
clared. 'There is too much tend
ency on the part , of parents to pass
the burden of rearing their chlld
dren on to somebody else. 1 don’t
think the city should be asked to
discipline children,”
Science Measures
Blushes Of Girl
Scientists Learn That Blond
Blushes Are Hotter Than
Are Brunettes.
New York.—The temperatures of
blushes on a girl's cheek were
measured last night In the pres
ence of the guests at the science
dinner of the American Institute.
Only mild blushes were available
on the cheeks of the young woman
who sat before the diners with a
thermopile two feet from her face
registering her passing emotions.
Her blushes recorded about five
one-hundredths of one degree,
Fahrenheit, and order of blush
scarcely sufficient to Induce much
color. The heat measured Is radia
tion caused by the blood rushing
into the cheeks during the emo
tion.
Dr. B. E. Free, who conducted the
demonstration, explained that num
erous experiments have put the
temperatures of blushing in well
defined classes.
Blondes, he said, are prone to
greater differences of temperature
range in blushing than are brun
ettes, this might be because their
cheeks normally are slightly cold
er than those of brunettes. It In
dicates, said Dr. Free, that on the
average blond blushes are hotter
than brunettes.
The thermopile which recorded
the temperature changes was held
about two feet from the young
woman’s cheek. * It resembled a
small auto horn, and registered the
amount of radiation.
In another demonstration, a deep
throated whistle, almost a perfect
imitation of an ocean liner’s blast,
startled the diners. But it was only
the sound made by an electric light,
the kind used almost universally in
households. It was part of a dem
onstration by John Bellamy Taylor,
| of the General Electric company', of
sending light over sound waves.
The light of the electric bulb was
transformed into sound.
A Senator’s Visitor.
News 6s Observer.
I Senator Beam of Rutherford had
I a charming young lady visiting him
'during the session this week. So
charming was she that the senate
i retained its composure when she
•sat in the senator's lap. The young
I lady was in the neighborhood of
three years old.
Wnilc Leonard Davis was danc
ing at a theatre in New York a rat
ran up bis leg and the act broke
up.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue of the authority grant
ed the undersigned as trustee in a
certain deed of trust executed by
Ora Bowen and wife. Coy H, Bowen,
and Nora Bowen, widow, to secure
the payment of the sum of sixteen
hundred ($1600.00) dollars in two
notes of eight hundred ($800.00)
dollars each, with interest from
March 30, 1921 until paid; said
deed of trust being dated the 30th
dayvof March, 1921, and recorded in
book 111 at page 222 in the regis
ter's office of Cleveland county;
default having been made in the
payment of said obligations, and
the holder of said notes having
called upon the undersigned trus
tee to expose the lands described
in said deed of trust to public sale
and apply the proceeds of said sale
to the payment of said notes in ac
cordance with law.
Therefore the undersigned trus
tee will offer at public sale to the
highest bidder for cash at the
She called it SIN
—he called It
A Noble Sacrifice
who was right?
STANDING fa the shadows, Marvin
J Smith saw Jack's young wife come
.vifdy, silently into the moonlight.
How tired the looked—how ragged
•x clothes. His poise quickened. She was
ttfajg died of the struggle. Soon, she
auld come to hun...
••Bobbie/' he whispered.
She stifled a cry. “What are you doing
They were close to each other now,
“Far his Mice!" She thought wildly
She had come to these desolate hills a
Joans bride—eager for the love-nest
ark had promised. Love-nest! There
were no comforts, not even the bate ne
cessities. Now Jack lay injured...penni
less....in pain...
And here was Marvin Smith, offering
her money, comfort, luxury! His hand
some face was bent close to hers.
“It would he sin,” she whispered.
“It would be a noble sacrifice," he said.
Who was right?
Head “Can Law Win This BsttUV in
DOdv numc, du arms
ing to bold bet.
“Let me help you,
jbiel I love you—I
.at to help you—”
“But my hatband..."
“He’M never know.
>u ought to do it for kit
ief Bobbie—he need*
re and taedic4 «ten
JU.”
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Partial Contents's
for April
YouagSiaoan
Honor or Shiinc?
WhrHeDido'cScodforHcr
Mj Mother’s Bjres
When ■ Men Sttsy*
la His Blood
fothtr storm^
April I rue otory. v-our
ageoutly tbit young wile
tel It how the tolvcd the
hitter problem life placed
before her.
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Turn tn to tbt Trtu Stt
HonthnaJcast mry Frut
night ttet IVOR. and t
Cjlnmhia Chain. Const
Ytnr Faftrjtr Exact Tic.
Out Now!
True story
At All Newsatamlwraly 25c
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court house door in Shelby. N. C.
on Monday, March I8th, 1029, at
12 o'clock, noon, the following de
scribed tract of land, situated in
No. 2 township. Cleveland county.
North Carolina, and more parti
cularly described as follows:
Beginning at a post oak in the
north edge of tho Shclby-Botling
Springs road, Moore's corner, and
runnihg thence with the line of the
Moore heirs S. 10 W. 184 poles to
a stake, the R. N. Hawkins comer;
thence with R. N. Hawkins line 8.
80 E. 19 poles to a stake In Sugar
branch of Beaver Darn creek;
thence up Sugar branch as it
meanders 2ia poles to a stake In
the east edge of the Sharon-Boil
tng Springs road; thence with said
roud 8. 66 E. 9 6-10 poles to a
stake In the east edge of a Spring
branch and in the east edge of
said road; thence N. 35
with M. D. Moore's line
M. D. Moore's corner: l
W. 173 poles with tfjl".
Hamrick to li SpatlBB*
south S3 poles to the beginning
comer, containing Ml MM^- ttore
or less. The- New beOigrfcnewft as
the J. W. Bower* .*grw.*0wrr.tho
said Ora Bowen now*Uvea&vaad is
fully described in aaid dead of
trust recorded to book UJ at page
complete and accurate description
of said property. •
Date of salet'MclBiOy, tHMM-18.
1929 at 13 o'cMclt nob»:*ft thecasurt
house door in ShsibyrH. C.
Terms of sal«' Cash,
This the'nth-day Ht^N0tuey,
1939.
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