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IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO
build, let us make an estimate
Plans and sketches cheerfully sub
mitted. First class workmanship
guaranteed, Lowman Brothers, con
tractors, Phone 727-J. tf 18c
MEAT SCRAP FOR SALE,
analizes 55 per cent protein. Excel
lent lor hog and chicken ieed. $70
per ton. City Abattoir. Apply at
City Hall. 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, speciaiiizng in rebuild
ing wrecked cars, building commer
cial bodies, dueo 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. Jtf-25
„H'E 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 tire
year to go in for poultry. Try Sut
tle chicks and be pleased. Suttle
FOR RENT: 5 ROOM HOUSE !
unfurnished.,. Modern conveniences. |
Near hospital. See J. M. Green or I
A. M. Hamrick. if 10c |
FOR RENT: TWO FIVE ROOM I
houses in South Shelby, Water and
lights. C. A. Morrison. tf 15c
WE SPECIALIZE O N
Generators, Starters, Horns
and Magnetos Turner And
Williams Garage. tf-3c
FOR SALE: BANJO-UKELELE.
genuine Wurlitzer, practically new.
$10.00. Room No. 5. Courtview
Hotel. 3t 9p
FOR SALE - Dodge
Sedan. In good condi
tion. Apply at Star
FOR RENT: TWO NICELY
furnished bedrooms with all mod
ern conveniences in private home
on S. Washington St. Call Phono
692. 3t 6p
”~FOR SALE:'TWO REG ISTEREO
Jersey cows, fresh. J. C. Campbell.
R-5. Shelbj. 3t 8p
$3.35; Fat Back Meat
121c lb.; Breakfast
Bacon 22c lb.; Irish
Potatoes 90c bushel.
C. H. Reinhardt, S.
FOR SALE: ONE <1) 12 INCH 4
head Fay and Egan Moulder used
about seven i7t years, in fair con
dition. Cocker Machine and Foun
dry Co,, Gastonia, N. C. 3t 8c
FOR RENT: HOUSE OF J. H
Beam in S. Shelby, see Dr. D. M,
Morriscn. ’ tf 8c
FOR SALE: 1927 GMC 1-2 TON
truck with screen body 1927 I’on
tiac with cab and pick up body.
A B. C. Motor Co., Arcy Bids. 2t8e
WE PAY 33c flv
trade for eggs. C. H.
Reinhardt, S o \i t h
HOUSE FOR RENT OR SALE:
On Cleveland Springs road near
Mike L. Border? Clyde Champion, I
Address Box 794. 21 8p j
O. E FORD CO WILL SAVE
you money on a mowing machine
OLD FLOORS MADF NEW—
and new floors neatly sanded. Have
most up-to-date machine in town.
For estimate of cost phone 39.
Frank M. Newton. 318 W. Marlon
street. tf 18c
COTTON SEED COKERS NO. 3
selected and recleaned and ready
for shipment. C. S. Young, Shelby,
N. C. tf 15c
WANTED—JOB AS STENOG
rapher and typist. Experienced. Ref
erences furnished. Myrtle Gilbert
telephone 140-R, 3t 8p
BUILDING LOTS—GOOD Lo
cation. C. S. Young. tt-12e
FOR SALE: FOUR BURNER
New Perfection oil stove with. oven.
Good condition. C. C. McMurry.
Suttle street. 3t 6c
LOST ONE BROWN COAL BE
TWEEN Southern depot and River
side Service Station Finder please
call 714 ' 2t-8p
SEE O. E. FORD CO. FOR AS
phalt; shingles mail styles, grades
and colors 2t 8c
FOR LIME. CEMENT. BRICK,
plaster pati:> and Keene cement see
O. E. Ford Co. 2i 8e
THREE IN ONE, THREE MILES
out. GaraRC. Idling station and
grocery store. Make us a visit.
Three miles west of Rutherlordton
On highway No. 20. Blue Ridge
Service Station, Z. T Brackett,
proprietor. 3t 6p
WANTED: A CAFABLE YOUNG
man to train for chain store man
ager. Box 207, Shelby. 3t 6p
LOST: BROWN CLUB BAG ON
right hand side of road between
Bessemer City and Kings Mountain.
Finder please return to this office
E. L. G Liberal reward. 3t 3p
O. E. FORD.CO. IS IIEADQUAR
ters for grain binders, mowing ma
chines and in fact all kinds of
farm machinery. 2t 8c
THOUSANDS O F
plans arriving daily.
Place your orders at
once. Campbell De
partment Stores, Shel
by and Lawndale, tf
FACE AND COMMON BRICK
on hand at al! times at O. E Ford
Co's. 2t 8c
FOR SALE—ONE SPLEN
DID eleven room home; one
nice seven room bungalow;
one eleven room brick veneer
ed home, large lol: one five
room bungalow with extra lot
one 10 room residence with 28
extra lots adjoining. Phones
200 and 030. Shelby, N. C. 3tc
FOR SALE: TWO REGISTERED
Jersey cows, fresh. J. C. Campbell,
Cherryville R-o. 3t 6p
IF YOU WANT A ROOF THAT
will last and not leak get in touch
with O. E Ford Co. 21 8c
MEAT MARKET NEAR CLEVE
land Cloth Mill I will sell cheap foe
cash. W. A. Newton. 2t 8p
Work will be appreciated. II. J.
Costner, Phone 67-J. tf 8c
WANTED TO BUY A GROCERY
business or rent a store building in
Shelby or nearby town. Write A-4.
care Cleveland Star. 4t 8p
FOR SALE: FRESH COW.
Holstein and Jersey. W. A Wil
liams, Lattimore R-l. 3t 8p
SEASON TICKETS*TO CLEVE
land Swimming Pool now on sale at
the Smoke House and Cleveland
Drug Co 2t 8c
FOR SALE: AT A BARGAIN,
one IP23 model Ford roadster in
eocd condition, see R O Justice at
Campbell Dept. Store 2, gp
FOR SALE: 78 ACRES 1.1
mile Lawndale. 50 acres in cultiva
tion. 3 houses, pasture, orchard, the
Frank W. McMurry farm. S75.00 per'
sere. J. B Nolan Co. Shelby. 2t 8e
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; Italian Count To Krpresrnt Nation
At Political D/cus Vin
nomt —A man of war. whose
submarine mines scattered death-,
has become an ambassador of
Count Giovanni Emmanuele Elia'-,
inventor and manufacturer of the
submarine mines of Dog: rr Banks.
English coasts and the Mediterran
ean in the World war. is going to
the United States to represent' Italy
in the International Institute of
Politics which sits in August at
WiUiamstbwn. Mass.. under the
auspices of William college.
The master of destruction at sea
will bo a- spokesmen on the blaek
shirted facsisrs. He wilt discuss the
| influence of fascism on industrial
and rural life.
The count, who was one of the
first to apply the fascist labor char
ter in his torpedo plan' say.-:
Merer Ilad Strike.
“I have never had a stiake. Wily
should we have strikes, wa n tiie
rights and interests of both em
ployed and employers are so well
safeguarded by the state?
"Up in Florence I have 1.000 men
employed, with 1.000 families de
pendent upon them. They are hap
py and contented, and if they have
anything to complain about, th-re
are the government tribunal to
hear them Both masters and men
j pledge themselves in advance to
! accept the tribunals decision.''
The count will be tb first of
j Italy's representatives it the Wil
liamstown Institute to :pcak di
rectly of the formation oi the fas
j cist state and its significance.
FOR SALE: FIRST CLASS
j business property on tins' square,
| now rented, 16 percent' on .inv.m
1 ment. Easy finance. J. B. Nolan
! company. 2t 10c
' TOR SALE ’ USED DEI AVAL
| cream separator No. 5 at bargain.
jO. F. Wolfe. R-l, Shelby. 2t 8p
THOUSANDS O F
plants arriving daily.
Place your orders at
once. Campbell De
partment Stores Shel
by and Lawndale, tf
WANTED: FOOT OR HAND
power rip saw', jig saw and turning
lathe combined. I.ce Wray tf 10c
FOR SALE LOT WITH R
frontage riofc in .T. B Nolan i*
FOR SALF FO*
houses on good st>
J B !
2t J Or ‘
Lure Of Aviation
Appeals To Youth
Licenses l or Student fliers Mount
To 11.083—Trained rilots
Tripled In Number.
Waahiii; ton. — The dramatic
<*ov ■ s of the adventure., of our
•World war aviators ami tire thril
ling exploits of our air mail pilot',
are hv.r.v; their of.cot on the youth
of America. A goodly percentage
of them cro learning to fly, prr
: haps m the hopes of recking the
adventures of which they have read
Nearly 15.030. youthful civilians
nov. hold student ikientes issued by
the department oi commerce, which
ran them as pupils m aviation.
Army and navy tinning schools
now have enrolled several hundred
more, most of them yoiithful offi
cers who have passed t;p the in- j
fantry. cavalry or a life i.t sea to]
east their lot with thenewest whig,
of the two services* '
Thus far the result of this youth
ful enthusiasm for the new tlirill
ol aviation has resulted in . almost
tripp’.lng the number of trained
aviators upon Whom the Unit'd
States may call in care; or war anti
who now are slated to form the
flying personnel of the air trans
port lines of the two American ;
Swamped By Young Knf 1mslasts.
Totals computed today by the
Commerce depart men: show that 5.
P35. civil aviators of all classes are
now liccji. cd. Once the majority .of
the licensed pilots were in the
transport class, the highest rating.
That was because when the licens
ing practice was established, prac
tically every pilot had sufficient
“Then Colonel Charles A Lind
bergh made his spectacular flight to
Paris and our office was swamped
by youthful enthusiasts who wanted
Mo learn to fly,” explained Jesse W
1 Lankford, chief of the licensing scc
I lion of the aeronautics branch.
“Colonel Lindbergh's flight, I am
certain, did more to stir up interest
: among young men—and women—in
“Today there are 14.032 student
pilots licensed to learn to Hy. A
i year ago the total was insignificant
Then there were 2.233 pilots of all
classes from private pilots up
through the highest ranks of trans
port pilots. The percentage of stu
dents. private pilots and limited
commercial pilots is steadily rising
"It is not strange that this is the
case. A young man who by strict
attention to his instructors learns
lo fly, qualifies as a transport pile
and gains the necessary expert*11
can command a better saj'~llcss
aviation than in any othe
I can think of. 1118,1
“Where else can e* ^1 ullv Sood
command the salary. a Any
pilot can have!, ‘ “la*v expen
skillfu! p1.otmlY-r without
ence can if s a lar treater 1
, X2** °<«>■«»»«
talajhts prawn Fron, A
he kTllfM86 a, UmP '4hen of
' . killfui pilots were officers in
the air branches of tlie armv
Hnvy. That is not true tociavV'
army now lists.910 pile; : in '
r>Ia off,CPr •s>reh:ttth of 1,117, (lie1
latter figure including student pilots,
eighty-si's . airship' pilots, live ob
servers and seven balloon observers:
The army' training schools at
Brooks and Kelly Fields. Texas, and
at March Field. Cal., are constantly
adding scores of young officer pilots
who receive what is probably the
best fly .ns training possible to be
obtained today. During the last
fiscal year Brooks Field graduated
137 and March Field thirty-nine,
while 116 of these passed success
fully through the advanced flying
school at Kelly Field.
Unfortunately for the Army Air
Corps, the graduates of these
schools are eagerly sought by com
mercial air transport companies and
the loss of aviators to the army, cs
penally among the reserve officers,"
The Navy Hiving School at Pen
sacola and the preliminary • ;rhool
at Hampton Hoads. Va., and North ,
j Island, San Diego. during the same
! period trained forty-seven naval |
| aviators in the commissioned class
land seventy-two in the aviation
'pilot non-commissioned class, bring -
ling the navy's strength of trained
I pilots to 607. of whom 46G are naval
I aviators and 141 naval aviation
| The development of flying boat
routes along the Great Lakes and
along the coast is expected to take
even more men. for the navy ha.,
the only skilled flying boat pilots in
This is to not if. Ml persons, firms and corporations to
meet the Township Tax Listers at the following places on the j
dates mentioned and list their taxes for the year 1929.
The law requires all polls, personal and real property to
lie listed during the month of May. . j
All farmers wilt go prepared to make a crop report, This,
report is for -i'e.al purposes and has no relation to ; - w ■
tax"s v. h'P
No. 1 Township
.1. A. McCrav. List Taker.
No. 2 Township
Flint I I 'll. Morning, May 6th.
Trinity School House, May 6th, Afternoon.
Sharon School House. May 7th, All Day.
C. ,1. Hamrick’s and Sons Store, May 8th. All Day.
Jolley’s Store. Thursday, May 9th, All Day
Boiling Springs School House. Saturday, May 11, all d:
M. D. Moore, List Taker.
No. 3 Township
Val Thomason’s Store, Tuesday, May 7th.
Earl, Wednesday, May 8th and 18th.
Patio*--oh Springs, May 6th and 23th.
Austell Bettis, List Taker.
No. 1 Township
E. L. Campbell, List T \t r
No. 5 Township
Champion’s Store, May 7th.
Goforth’s Store, May 8th.
W. I. Wolfe’s, May 9th.
Waco, May 10th and 11th.
M. P. IK nelson.
No. 6 Tow^'P
Stubbs. Mav 6th, P. M. n ..
Q. H. Metcalfs, May 7^’,,^.
Queen’s Precinct, M& to k0L
C»u,1 House, Me- w Lik, Taker
No. 7 Township
Turner ^ Resi'ienc,e- Monday A. M May 6th.
PhvklnTh >So,r°' Monday i*. M. May ith.
I ink,He. Thursday. All Day, Mav 9th
La»OS horn Saf A II D. « . . * ,
t L 7 ■ uay. iMav 9th
La.esboro, Saturday. All Day, May lj'ch.
i oni'.UM i<0rSt'0r^’ r"eS(Ja-v- A- M., Mar 14th.
Louis McSuains Store. Tuesday P M Mav '
P \tr tit ’r-> ' ’ . • ...
.. W- MeBrayer, List
Polkvilie, Monday, May G(°hwnship
Delight, Tuesday afternoon, Mav 7th
(amp Call luesdav. May 14th.
p.e,U Rousc- Wednesday,' May 15th.
ami Iree, All day, Wednesday May 8th
B. P. Jenkins, list Takei
Wright's Store, May 7(!i°TmP'
Doublp Shoals, May 7th, *? M,
I ul*tr’* — An #,ii •
•'#'» Store, Mav 9th.
Lawndale, May 14th.
FoUston, May 15th and lfith
IV. A. Gantt, List Taker.
Di ,1 , No. TO Township.
Philbeek School House, Mav 6th A M.
• ■ • u arbtk’s St, ;-v. Mav Oih. P. M.
M. l.odiord’s. Alp<• .!h, a M.
Joe Costner's Maj 7th, I’. M.
I lovle’s Store, Mav 8th, A, M.
S. L. WcilmonV. ?.1m 8th, P. M.
P. L. Peeler’.' Store. May 11th. P. M.
M. N. Gantt, List Taker.
No. 11 Township.
Warlick’s Stor»< Monday, May 6th, afternoon.
.litHus Pruett’ Friday, Mav 17th, afternoon.
Moriah School Friday, May 24th, All Day.
Warliek’s Stuff, Frida;., May 31st. All Day.
A. A. Horton, List Taker
W R. NJWTON. County Tax Supervisor.
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