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Plans and sketches cheerfully sud
mitted First class workmanship
guaranteed, Lowman Brothers, con
tractors, Phone 727-J tf 18c
MEA1 SCRAP FOR SALE,
anallzes 55 per cent protein. Excel
lent for hog and chicken feed. $70
per ton. City Abattoir. Apply at
City HaU. tf 7c
I HAVE SEVERAL
thousand dollars to
lend on improved
farms in Cleveland
county. See or write
Marvin Blanton, Led
better building, Shel
SHELBY AUTO AND WAGON
Company, specialiizng in rebuild
ing wrecked cars, building commer
cial bodies, duco painting, top up
holstering and glass work. Black
smithing. Phone 753-J. South Mor
gan Street. tf 15c
HARMON & MOSS
and Repairing. Locat
ed under Chocolate
Shop. Phones: Office
230. Res. 203. tf-25
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SPRING IS HERE. LET US RE
novate your mattresses, pillows and
cushions. Prompt service. Cleveland
Mattress Works, S. Morgan St.,
below Southern depot. 3t 29c
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR
rent, complete. Mrs. P. L. Hennessa,
Phone 80. ' tf 25c
TRACTORS — WE
have two good Ford
Tractors for sale. Act
quick. Charles L.
LOST: WHITE BULLDOG WITH
black spot around one eye, brown
tipped ears, and short brown tail.
Dog answers to name of “Buster.”
$5.00 reward for his return. W. R.
Gary, Fallston, N. C. 3t lp
ONE SIX ROOM HOUSE FOR.
Desirable located. See H. Clay Cox
on W. A. Broadway. tf lc
WANTED: TWO GIRL BOARD
ers who work at night. Location
convenient to Cleveland Cloth mill
and Eastside. Apply to Mull M.
Patterson. Fallston Road. tf lc
FOR RENT: THREE CONNECT
ing rooms for light housekeeping.
Ground floor. Kitchen has stove,
sink and cupboard. Close in.
Mayme Janes. 2t lc
OATS IN 50 BUSH
EL lots or more. Spe
cial prices. D. A.
Beam & Sons, Phone
FOR RENT: TWO UNFURNISH
ed rooms, convenient to bath, at
$3.50 per week. Phone 649, Mrs. D.
A. Tedder. 3t lc
COTTON SEED: 1 1-16 INCH
lint. Cleveland Big Boll improved.
From heavy yield fields. Reclaimed
sacked $1.25 per bushel. C. S. Young
Shelby. 4t lp
ONE 7-ROOM HOUSE ON LEE
St. for rent, Mrs. Colin Hull 6t22c
THIS WEEK IS THE TIME TO
bed potatoes. .Call at potato house
and get seed potatoes already treat
ed. Shelby Potato House. S. A. Ellis.
Manager. 3t 3c
ONE NINE ROOM HOUSE TO
rent on South LaFayette St. S. A.
Ellis. tf 3c
FOR 8*^E: TWO FRESKMMIUX
cows. Oku Yarborough, Waoo. It5p
LOST: DURING THE FIRE
Tuesday night at Cleveland Cloth
Mill one brown hat. Gentleman
was seen to pick hat up and walk
away with it. Finder please return
to the Star office and receive re
ward. I t 3c
Ice Boxes, Refrigera
tors, Electric Ranges
aqd oil Stoves, new
and used at bargain
prices, Arey Refrig
erating Co. 5t-3
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PAINTING, VARNISHING, PA
per hanging, graining, decorating
porch and interior furniture. R. I
Clarence Burchett, interior decora
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BUILDING LOTS—GOOD Lo
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SAW FILING—30-40c EACH.
Elias C. Leigh, Ella-Lilly Mill St.
OFFERING FOR LIVE WIRE
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OLD FLOORS MADF NEW—
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most up-to-date machine in town.
For estimate of cost phone 39.
Frank M. Newton, 318 W. Marion
street. tf 18c
Reinhardt’s 7 o’clock
breakfast coffee fresh j
ground, 35 cents peri
bacon 22 cents. lt-3c
WASH CONNER WILL GRIND
your corn at T, F. Elliotts old wa
ter Mill on Hintons Creek. 6t 27p
STRAYED: WHITE SPOTTED
beagle hound. Cut behind foreleg.
Notify D. Alver Blanton, Grover,
Route 2. 2t lp
USED FORDS —
Worth the money at
Charles L. Eskridge.
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
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ty cents per hundred. Call at
the press room. tf-26x
STOLEN FRIDAY MORNING
green Columbia bicycle. Reward if
returned to A. V. Wray and Six
Sons. 2t lc
FOR SALE SECOND HAND
kitchen range, Frances Washington
heater and breakfast room set for
| sale. Apply at Star Office. 2t-3c
er at Montgomery Ward & Co.
Apply at once. 2t lc
VISIT WEBBER'S SERVICE
station at the Log Cabin just above
Mooresboro. Barbecue, hot dogs,
groceries, gas and-oils. Alma Web
ber, proprietor. 9t lp
STRAYED SATURDAY : ONE
red sow pig with small black spots
on right hind leg. Notify Zeb C.
Mauney. 3t lc
Fat Back Meat 12|
cents per pound.
$3.50. C. H. Rein
hardt, South Shelby.
SPECIAL PRICE ON OATS,
fresh car just unloaded. Special
price on flour. Shelby Feed Co. 3t 3c
..WE ARE HAVING WONDER
FUL hatches and livability with
our chicks this year and can fur
nish each Wednesday fine Rocks.
Reds and Leghorns if order placed
in advance. Poultry bringing top
prices now and outlook for over a
year for high prices. This is the
year to go in for poultry. Try Sut
tle chicks and be pleased. SuttU,
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When Major Segrave Steps On
It The Auto Sure Does Travel
The average motorist, who sel
dom drives faster than sixty miles
an hour, will find it difficult, re
marks the Hartford Courant, to
realize what it would feel like to
travel at about four times that gait.
So far, only one ntan has driven an
automobile at such breath-taking
speed—Maj. H. O. D. Segrave, of
Great Britain; the American driver,
who attempted to break the maj
or's record, established on March 11
at Daytona Beach, was killed, along
with a photographer, when his 1,
500-horsepower machine got out of
The major’s Irying-Napier spe
cial, which , established a new
world’s record of 231.36 miles an
hour, is steered partly by an air
plane-type rudder, and is held to
the ground so that its wheels will
maintain traction by tiny planes
[which, if tilted upward, says the
Philadelphia Inquirer, "undoubted
ly would make it soar tlirough the
air in giant leaps.” As the Buffalo
"One is rather at a loss whether
to marvel first at the man or his
machine. There must have been as
high a degree of perfection in one
as in the other to travel over Day
tona’s speedway in both directions
at an average speed of less than
sixteen seconds per mile. A fault in
mechanism, a human nerve out of
place, would have been equally
"Most of us have no desire what
ever to drive an automobile at the
rate of nearly four miles a minute
Such speed we are quite willing to
leave to the other fellow. However,
| if it weren’t for the other fellow,
neither the automobile nor the
airplane motor would be in its
present high degree of perfection.”
Throngs of breathless spectators
packed the grandstand at Daytona
Beach on the day of the race
against time. Thousands of people
stretched along the sand-dunes.
Obtaining a four-mile stark the
British major drove his glistening
twelve-cylinder machine at a daz
zling pace along the sandy stretch,
steering by means of a peep-sight
trained on a target nine miles
away. The "Golden Arrow,” says an
Associated Press observer, appear
ed like a blur before the eyes of the
awe-stricken spectators, as it sped
down the course and came to a
stop four miles off. With a mighty
roar, it flashed past the grand
stand on its return Journey, fairly
skimmipg the sands. The first mile?
said the announcer, was traveled
Beginning Wednesday Morning, April 3rd and continuing for 10 Days — All
Jewelry will be sold for less than cost. This sale includes Men’s and Ladies’
Watches, Rings, Fountain Pens, Clocks, Cuff Buttons, Lavalieres, Imported
Chinaware and Novelties, Watch Chains and Chaims and many other articles of
Jewelry to select from.
MY LOSS IS YOUR GAIN — FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED — CASH ONLY
AND NO CHARGES.
MORRISON’S JEWELRY STORE
LOCATED NEXT TO HANES SHOE STORE — TELEPHONE 585. SHELBY
x For Your Watch, Clock And Jewelry Repairing See Us.
at the rate of 231.51 miles per hour:
the second at 231.21 miles. Even
this was not fast enough for Maj
or *Segrave. who Is quoted In dis
patches as saying, after the test:
"I have a feeling 01 disappoint
ment over this Job today. The car
is good for 240 miles an hour, but
I could not get that out of it. The
beach was not nearly so goad as it
was two years ago, when I made
203.79 miles an hour with the
**The worst moment was when,
during the second run, the offside
radiator burst and shot out a great
cloud of steam and water. The wa
ter hit me in the face, and the
steam floated across my field of
Since there is no thought of util
izing such tremendous speed in any
form of useful transportation, the
question naturally comes up. What
is the good of such performances,
which are always accompanied with
serious risks? The value, says tha
Indianapolis News, "lies In tha
practical demonstration of tha
sturdiness and reliability of engine
and motor car design.”
The New York World on tha
other hand, maintains that “the
high-speed racing car la merely on
expensive toy, and its accomplish
ments are^not helpful to the great
industry of car production.”
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lar” goes where you direct it. Rows ai'e
straight—ready for later cultivation—
less time is lost on turns. Hug the fences,
work out the corners—close work that
kills off the weeds at their best breeding
places, the edge of the field.
And when there’s weather to fight, the
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For it goes where it is asked to go,
Easy to drive, deep springs and balanced
design, easy to turn. These take the strain
from a long day in the field. Driving com- «
fort is a big factor during the long season
when there isn’t much time to rest.
WHEN the soil is ready . . . When you
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We will prove these facts to you by
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ANDERSON TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO.
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