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Let A Star Want Ad Sell It For You At Small Cost
lutes l or Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
Tills size type 1 cent per word each Insertion
This sive type 2c per word each insertion.
This size type 3c per word each insertion.
Ads that amount to less thau 25c, will be charged 25c for
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, Phone4i!7-J tf 18c
MEAL SCRAP FOR SALE,
analyzes 55 per cent protein. Excel
lent for hog and chicken feed. $70
per ton. City Abattoir. Apply at
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, speelaliizng 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. ti 15c
HARMON & MOSS
and Repairing. Locat
ed under Chocolate
Shop. Phones: Office
230. Res. 203. tf-25
FOR RENT: 5 ROOM HOUSE
unfurnished. Modern conveniences.
Near hospital. See J. M. Green or
A. M. Hamrick. tf 10c
FOR RENT: TWO FIVE ROOM
houses in South Shelby. Water and
lights. C. A. Morrison. tl 15c
WE SPECIALIZE O N
Generators, Starters, Horns
and Magnetos Turner And
Williams Garage. tf-3c
FOR SALE: BANJO-UKELELE,
genuine Wurlltzcr, practically new.
$10 00. Room No. 5. Courtview
Hotel. 3t 9p
FOR SALE - Dodge
Sedan. In good condi
tion. Apply at Star
FOR SALE: TWO REGISTERED
Jersey cows, fresh. J. C. Campbell.
R.-5, Shelby. 3t 13p
FOR SALE: ONE il) 12 INCH 4
head Fay and Egan Moulder used
about seven <7> 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.
Morrison. tf 8c
HOTEL VICTOR HAS
several clean, cool rooms to
’ rent at reasonable rates, with
or without meals. Call 7S0 for
STRAYED WEDNESDAY NIGHT
small blue Jersey cow. Notify W. C.
Willis at Willis Barber shop. 2t lOp
THOUSANDS O F
plants arriving daily.
Place your orders at
once. Campbell De
. partment Stores Shel
by and Lawndale, tf
WANTED: FOOT OR HAND
pqwer rip saw, jig saw and turning
lathe combined. Lee Wray, tf 10c
FOR SALE: LOT WITH R. R.
frontage, close in. J. B. Nolan com
pany. 2t 10c
i FOR SALE: FOUR CHEAP
houses on good street, rental prop
osition. Good investment. J. B.
Nolan Co. 2t 10c
WANTED: 25 TO 50 GOOD
fat hogs every week. Write for
prices and dates deliveries wanted.
Catawba Creamery Company. Hick
ory, N. C.” 2t 13p
FOR SALE: FIRST CLASS
.'business property on the square,
now rented, 10 percent on invest
ment. Easy finance. J. B Nolan
company. 2t 10c
OLD FLOORS MADE NEW—
and now floors neatly sanded. Have
most up-to-date machine In town.
For estimate of cost phone 39.
Frank M. Newton, 318 W. Marion
street. tf 18c
COTTON SEED COKERS NO. 5
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 MO-R, 3t 8p
BUILDING LOTS—GOOD Lo
cation. C. S. Young. tf-13c
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 8p
FLOUR $3.25. Irish
potatoes 75 cents
bushel. Breakfast ba
con 22 cents. Fatback
11 cents. Master Loav
es three for 25 cents.
Seven O’Ciock coffee
three pounds fresh
ground $1. 24 pounds
flour, plain or self
rising, 85 cents. C. H.
plans arriving daily.
Place your orders at
once. Campbell De
partment Stores, Shel
by and Lawndale, tf
75 cents bushel. We
pay 35 cents in trade
for eggs. C. H. Rein
hardt, South Shelby.
FOR SALE—ONE SPLEN
DID eleven room borne; one
nice seven room bungalow;
one eleven room brick veneer
ed home, large lot; one five
room bungalow with extra lot
one 10 room residence with 28
extra lots adjoining. Phones
200 and 630. Shelby, N. C. 3tc
Work will be appreciated. H. 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
BEST GRADE OF
plain flour for $3.30 a
bag. Every sack guar
anteed to please or
money refunded. In
stock at all time: hay,
oats, mill feed, cotton
seed meal, poultry
feeds of all kinds,
dairy feeds of any
grade you want. We
buy poultry in any
amount every day at
top New York market.
We pay cash. Come to
see us. Shelby Feed
Co., at Suttle Hatch
FOR SURE CURE FOR CORNS,
bunions, ingrowing nails, etc., see
me at Fallston Saturday. Certain
results. J. M. Harnes. 2t
FOR RENT: NICELY FURNISH
ed rooms in my house, 411 N. Mor
gan street, phone 275, Mrs. W. L.
Packard. tf 13c
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A HORD, COLORED, FORBIDS
anyone harboring, employing, or
helping in any way his boy Man
uel in this state. If they do I will
legally collect for his time. lt-lOc
tankage at reasonable
prices with guaran
teed analysis on every
bag. Do not risk your
hogs and poultry on so
called meat scrap that
does not carry guar
anteed analysis o n
bag. Shelby Feed
on .Baby Chix for May
and June. Leghorns
12c, Reds and Rocks
13c. Prices on poultry
look good for at least
a year and right now
a big scarcity in Clev
eland county. Now is
the time to raise chicks
when little or no heat
is required. A hatch
each Wednesday. Sut
tle Hatchery. tf-13c
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
sale at The Star office. Twen
ty cents per hundred. Call at
the press room. tf-26x
er Cotton seed for
sale. M. W. Wright,
W ANTED— 1-2,
3-4 or one horsepow
er motor. Standard
make in good condi
tion. Shelby Roller
Covering Co. 2t-13c
BODY OF YOUTH FOUND
IN CAB UNIDENTIFIED
Charlottesville, Va., May 9.—Po
lice tody had not been able to
identify the body of a young mar.
found in a Southern railway freight
car at North Garden yesterday.
Trainmen found the skull crushed
body lying face downward, with a
heavy iron bolt close by. A physi
cian estimated that death had oc
curred six hous earlier.
The theory is held by police that
the killing was done betwen Dan
ville, Va., and Monroe, Va.
Four Course Dinner Given By Mr.
And Mrs. Cash—Honor Roll
For Fubllc School.
(Special to The Star.!
Mrs. H. B. Greene delightfully en
tertained the members of the Ton
gues and Needles club Saturday aft
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock. The home
was artistically arranged with a
profusion of spring flowers. The
regular business meeting was held
which was presided over by Mrs.
Pruett, president. It was decided
that this club have a picnic Satur
day afternoon for the members ol
the club and the mfmbers of their
families. After the business meet
ing an interesting “Bride” contest
was engaged in. Mrs. F. B. Ham
rick won the prize. It was a lovely
The hostess assisted by her sis
ter, Miss Clara Crabtree served
tour Course Dinner. .
Mr. and Mis. John Cash were
hosts at a delicious lour course din
ner Saturday evening at eight
o’clock in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Cash, who recently announc
ed their marriage which occurred in
September. Miss Patsy McDowell,
a visitor in the community shared
honors with the bride and groom
The dining hall was beautifully
decorated with cream roses. The
dining tables were centered with
baskets of spring flowers. The hon
orees were presented wdth lovely
corsages of roses. Twenty-four
guests were present.
Miss Velma Goode, who Is at
tending college at Chapel Hill spent
the past week-end at her home
here. She was accompanied home
by Mrs. Tingen of Burlington.
Rev. and Mis. Everette Goode ar
rived at the home of their father,
Rev. J. M. Goode Tuesday. Rev.
Goode left Thursday for Memphis
Tenn., to attend the Southern Bap
tist convention. He will return here
next week en route home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cash, who
just recently announced their mar
riage arrived here Saturday from
Charlotte. They are making their
home with Mr., and Mrs. L. H.
Mr. Asoury webb has been quite
ill for the past few days. His friends
wish him a speedy recovery.
Miss Sarah Lee Hamrick, accom
panied by Miss Crystal Littlejohn
a classmate at Limestone college,
spent the past week at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mintz of Blacks
burg, S. C„ are spending this week
with Mr. and Mrs. John Mintz.
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Buchanan
of Gaffney, S. C„ spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Avery Buchanan.
The honor roll for the past month
at the public school is as follows:
First grade—Dorothy Sue Ham
rick. Margaret Hamrick, Vernia
Irene McSfoain, J. B. Davis, jr„
James Oliver Hamrick, Hoyt How
lngton, Ladde Joe Winn. Lois Ham
rick, Neil Hamrick. Thelma Jen
kins, A. B. Davidsoq, Margie Lee
Fortune, Dan Watson Jones.
Second grade section B— Cathe
rine Jenkins, Waylon Bridges, Ger
aldine McCraw, Hazel Wortman,
Second grade section A—A. G.
Melton. Jr., Nancy Carroll Moore.
Third grade—J. R. Greene, Max
well Hamrick. Sadie Hamrick, An
nie Mae McSwain, Laura Mac
Fourth grade section B—Annie
Brooks, O. Z. Greene. Carl Blan
ton, Broughton Hamrick, Joe Jones,
Fourth grade section A—Rose El
la Roberson. Mary Sue Bridges, Vir
ginia Bridges, Laura Dixon Greene,
Louise McCraw, Edith Hamrick,
Rachel Huggins, Annie Vie Holland,
Addle Greene, Ruth Winn, Mary
Biddie Whisnant, Clement Bridges,
Clarence Bridges, Paul Hamrick, jr,
Jack Holland. James Jenkins, Wil
Fifth grade—BaTah Hamrick,
Katherine Hamrick, D. W. Moore,
Sixth grade—Annie Catherine
Greene, Helen Blalock, Troy David
son, Joe Kendrick.
Seventh grade—Helen Hamrick
and Ava Hamrick.
Eighth grade—Elva Rae Hopper,
Ina Greene, Esther Bridges.
Give Old A1 A Hand.
President Hoover gave expression
to his opinion of Alfred E. Smith,
his opponent in the campaign last
year, when he sent a letter to the
president of Notre Dame university
to be read when the Laetare medal
was conferred on the former New
York governor in New York city last
Sunday night. President Hoover
“I am glad you have given me
the opportunity to join in congrat
ulations to Governor Smith for the
honor which you confer upon so
distinguished an American and to
the university for its public spirit
in honoring so great a public ser
A1 Smith Is not likely again to
be nominated for president, nor
likely to seek the honor. It were
perhaps best for him, for his party
and for the country that he should
not again seek that high office. But
we have enough respect for Presi
dent Hoover's judgment of men to
believe that Governor Smith would
have made a noble and honorable
president. In the phrase made fa
mous by Tex Guinan, let’s give old
A1 a big hand and wish him a full
measure of life's happiness as he
passes over the hill into honorable
retirement from public service and
the enjoyment of the fruits of un
Star Advertising Pays
Bethlehem News Of
(Special to The Star.'*
Mrs. J. McDaniel spent last week
in Shelby with friends.
Mrs. Rush Dixon and children of
Dales spent last Friday with Mrs.
J. P. Blalock.
Mr. Andrew Watterson spent the
week-end with his brother Mr. A.
V. Watterson of Shelby.
Miss Bertie Stewart spent Sun
day with Miss Julie McDaniel.
Miss Averts McDaniel spent Sun
day with Miss Ruby Watterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herndon and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Herndon.
Mrs. J. A. Lail and children spent
Sunday in Shelby with friends
Mrs. Homer Harmon and little
son, Junior and Mrs. J. D. Watter
son spent the first of the week
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grigg of
The many friends of Mrs. J. A.
Plummer will be glad to know that
she is slowly improving.
Born April 28 to Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Lail a son Daniel Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dixon and
daughters. Delia and Emma, spent
Wednesday at Cherryville.
TWINS WED TWINS; NOW
BOTH ARE ASKING DIVORCE
Los Angeles.—Mesdames Louise
and Lucy Young, twins, achieved
their twin spouses, Byrl and Earl,
at a double wedding two months
ago. Both ha\e applied for divorces
The petitions read like carbon
copies except that Louise accused
Byrl of comparing her to a "Fiji isl
ander because of the way she wore
her hair.” He also did not like the j
way she fried eggs.
The two brides said the duplex
honeymoon was lovely until the
twin husbands took them to live
with their parents. They want di
vorces tried on the same day.
Have Your Eyes Examined
DRS. H. D. & R. L.
Office Over Paul Webb &
Son’s Drug Store.
SUMMER SCHOOL FOR
Full credit for High School, two years College,
Elementary A, Primary C, and Grammar Grade C
certificates offered in Boiling Springs Junior Col
lege June 4th to July 12th. For further information
apply to Dr. J. B. Davis, President.
Hotel Charles Bldg., Corner
Trade and W. Warren Sts.
TRY STAR WANT ADS.
Civil and Criminal Practice
In All Courts
Office: Union Trust Co.
QUEEN CITY COACH LINES
FOR, ASHEVILLE, CHARLOTTE, WILMINGTON
FOR ASHEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—9:45 a. m.; 1:45 p. m.; 3:45 p,
m.; 8:45 p. m.
FOR CHARLOTTE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—7:50 a. m.; 10:50 a. m.; 12:50 p.
m.; 2:50 p. m.; 4:60 p. m.; 6:50 p. m.; 9:50 p. m.
FOR WILMINGTON AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—10:50 a. m.; 2:50 p. m.
FOR FAYETTEVILLE AND INTERMEDIATE
LEAVE SHELBY:—7:50 a. m.; 10:50 a.m.; 2:50
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION — PHONE 450
QUEEN CITY COACH COMPANY
MADE RESPECTABLE ENOUGH
FOR ANY COMPANY ....
Cleaned through and through—stains removed—
the felt revived—then cleverly reblocked—the shape
restored—the old firmness brought back— . .
A REALLY SMART
JOB FOR ONLY
Shelby Dry Cleaning
— PHONES 112-113 —