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• Let A Star Want Ad Sell It For You At Small Cost
I Bates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
4 j Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
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f ' This size type 2c per word each insertion.
' This size type 3c per word each insertion.
Ads that amount to less than 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
tractor*, Phone 727-J. tf lac
m "for RENT: ONE 9-ROOM
house on S. LaFayette St. S. A.
Ellis. tf 13c
I HAVE SEVERAL
thousand dollars to
lend on improved
farms in Cleveland
county. See or write
Marvin Blanton, Led
better building, Shel
clean your blankets,
rugs and quilts. Shel
by Steam Laundry.
Phone 18. tf-24c
i CARS WASHED
and Greased; also
storage. Texaco pro
ducts. Temple Service
Station rear Masonic
^Building, Phones 774
SHELBY AUTO AND WAGON
Company, specialiizng In rebuild
ing wrecked cars, building commer
cial bodies, duco painting, top up
holstering and glass work, Black
smlthing. Phone 753-J. South Mor
gan Street. tf 15c
MEAT SCRAP FOR SALE,
_anallzee 65 per cent protein. Excel
▼lent for bog and chicken feed. $70
per ton. City Abattoir. Apply nt
City Hall. tf 7c
BATTERY SERVICE; Au
tomobile Glass Replacements,
Starter and Generator Re
pairing. J. L. GAFFNEY, tf-c
WE SPECIALIZE ON
generators, starters, horns,
and magnetos. Turner and
Williams Garage. tf 10c
* CALL O E. FORD CO FOR
i. lime, cement and brick. 3t-22c
FOR SALE—ONE FORD DE
livery truck. In good condition.
Shelby Steam Laundry Inc. Phone
FOR RENT — FIVE ROOM
house on West Warren street. See
W. A. Broadway or Mrs. H Clay
PAIR BLACK RIMMED GLASS
ES. Owner may have them by call
ing at Star Office and paying for
thU ad. 8t
9 FOR RENT — TWO 5-ROOM
houses and one 4-room house W.
A Pendleton 3t-22c
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
sale at The Star office. Twen
ty cents per hundred. Call at
the press room. tf-26x
3-ROOM APARTMENT I N
modern apartment .lust completed.
Electric refrigeration. electric
, .atove, Murphy bed.1-, steam heat
'and circulating hot water. W. A,
SEND YOU LINEN SUITS TO
Beck & Pratt. We clean them
right for 75 cents. Phone 666. 3t-c
1 SHETLAND PONY. BUGGY AND
harness for sale. J. P. Besom Cliff
side, N. C. 2t-24p
FOR RENT—NEW FIVE ROOM
house with al' modern conveniences
in Hillcrest. Phone 561. W. E. Vick
FOR SALE~ ENG
LISH Setter Puppies.
Blood lines, Eugene
M., Topsy Hawk; Ma
jor Kid and Gunner.
Paper with them. F.
S. Wray. tf-24c
j WANTED—TO TRADE CHEAP
’ house and lot for used car. Apply
Star office, 3t-26c
MR FARMER SEE O E. FORD
Co. for your galvenized roofing, it
will pay you .It,-22c
FOR THE FAMOUS McCORMICK
Deering mowers and rakes see O. E
Ford Co. 3t-22:
FOR SALE-ENGLISH SETTER
puppies Major Kid and Gunner
breeding. Registered Large healthy
and beautifully marked, priced for
quick sale—$10 00 and $15 00, D. H.
Harris. Shelby. 3t-23c
O E. FORD CO. HAS JUST RE
ceived a rar of galvcnized roofing
and the price is interesting 3t-22c
IT S A' SIGHT THE WAY O, E
Ford Co. Is selling lime. cement,
plaster, plaster pari*, and Keene
cement. There must be a reason
FOR SALE—ONE FRESH MILCH
ro«'. J. C. Rendlc. Kings Mountain
DON'T BTJY GALVENIZED
roofing until you have seen O. E.
Ford Co. 3t-22c
A GOOD LOT OF DRY FRAM
ing lumber for salt*. S A. Ellis
"FOR SALE—ELBERTA SPRAY
rd peaches from twelve thousand
trees, now ripening Send your
trucks to packing house at Bon
hams. on paved road 4 miles north
of Union, S. C Fine stock and right
prices." Peach Growers Associa
tion of Union. S. C. 2t-24e
LOST—ONE SHIN GUARD AND
two bases on South LaFayette street
Saturday. Finder please return to
Star office and receive reward
Cleveland Cloth Mill Ball cluo.2t 24p
WANTED — TWO FURNISHED
room apartment for light house
keeping. Apply at Star Office 2t-24p
FOR SALE: 5 ROOM BUNGA
low. Modern improvements. Jeffer
son street. See C. A. Morrison. tf29c
"WANTED - CAST
Iron. Will pay 20c per
hundred pounds. D.
A. Beam Co. 3t-24c
FOR SALE—SEVERAL HUN
dred bales selected second-hand
bagging A real bargain. Eastside
Manufacturing Co. 3t-c24
for sale at my Buffalo
Mt. farm near Toluca.
Tom Webb, Shelby
Phone 467-J. 4t-24p
FOR SALE-A WELL
business at a great
sacrifice. Now earning
around $10,000.00 an
nually. Bad health of
owner is the only rea
son for selling. Invest'
igate this the greatest
opportunity of your
life by writing at once.
Post Office Box 54,
Shelby, N. C. lt-26c
WANTED—ANY KIND Or JOB.
Address ‘'Job" care Star. Jt 26r>
The Literary Digest says the
world does not rotate steadily, but
wobbles. Anybody who has ever
been seasick has noticed this.
Blondes blush more than brun
ettes, according to a scientific in
vestigator. • But that doesn’t neces
sarily mean that blondes blush such
an awful lot.—Florence iAla.) Her
Having qualified as administrator
on June 28, 1929 of the estate of
A. R. Hamrick, sr., of Cleveland
county, N. C, this is to notify ail
persons having claims against the
said estate to present the same to
me on R-2. Mooresboro, N. C . prop
erly proven on or before the 28th
day of June 1930 or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of recovery there
of. All persons owing the said es
tate will please make immediate
settlement to the undersigned. Tills
July 11th, 1929
J BROAD HAMRICK,
A, R. HAMRICK. SR., deceased.
“GUS AND GUSS1E”- Gu. Vote. “Ye..”
AMO \WE RE
*TU\S >SHT >—
It’a The Country Life.
Y "THlE ’ain't
f HARO TO TAKE- -• THIS
HERE FR££H COUNTRY A'R.
f THE BViZZlN* O* THE
k BEESES AN* THE MOO»N'
Iks: ™ eows«*.^<u:
I (SUES* TVtlS is
BAD, huh? E66S
FRESH PROM THE HEM.
Milk fresh from the
FROM THE BACK
THE SUN WAS
CAN YOU 'MARINE, ^STRANGE* ANO SHe's
HURTS HER BECUS
SHE OiDN’ GET UP
WILD TO UVC IN
SAY, SHE WOULDN’T
qg Tip4 BED THAT
EARL.W THERE* • •
Tops The Nation
In Active Spindles
Department Of Commerce Report
! Shows South Now I nuling In
Columbia. July 26.—South Caro
lina leads the nation in total active
spindle hours for June, according to
a report of the department of com
merce at Washington.
The report shows that South
Carolina had a total of 1,842,496,711
spindle hours, and that North Caro
lina had 1.754534.867, and Massa
This is true notwithstanding the
fact that both North Carolina and
Massachusetts had a greater num
ber of spindles in place. Massa
chusetts has 8,849.330, North Caro
; ltna 6,220,196 and South Carolina
The average per spindle in place
for South Carolina was 330 hours
for North Carolina it was 282 hours
and for Massachusetts it was 151
Among the states with high aver
age per spindle in place were Ten
nessee, which ranked next to South
Carolina, and Georgia which was
That the south leads in textiles
is shown in the report. The total
spindles in place in the cotton
growing states was 18 342,318 and
the New England states had 14,833.
768 spindles. Of this number 17,
784.300 spindles were active in che
south while only 11, 348, b94 were
active in New England. The total
active spindle hours was 5.540.161,
816 for cotton growing spates and
2,367,057,004 for New England states.
Policy Of England
To Call For Peace
Lon’don.—First Lord of the Ad
miralty Alexander endorsed In the
house of commons today a state
ment of Sir Austin Chamberlain
on February 8, 1928. that "pre
parations for war with the United
States have never been and never
will be a basis of our policy ii^ any
His statement was made in reply
to a question whether it was the La
bor government's intention to rule
l out entirely the United States as a
1 possible enemy.
FOREST CITY PLANS
FOR ARMISTICE DAY
Forest City, July 24.—At-the next
meeting of the local American Le
gion Post, which will be held on
Thursday evening, August 8 plans
will be made for an Armistice day
celebration to be held in Forest
City. At this meeting committees
will be appointed and plans will oe
made to make the Armistice day
celebration a gala event in Ruth
Star Advertising Pays
(Special to The Star.'
July 25.—Mr. and Mrs, J, R.
Dover, jr.. spent last week-end at
Miss Mildred Moss and Mr. Carl
Dover were in Charlotte Sunday.
Miss Lorene Sisk daughter of
Mr. Joys Sisk of Nashville. Tenn.. Is
spending some time with Miss
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Beheler was saddened by the
death of their 17 months old son.
Ben. The funeral service* were at
the home and burial at Zion. Rev.
H. E. Waldrop of Eastside conduct
ed the service. The sympathy of the
entire community goes out to the
Miss Lassie Cartee was the din
ner guest of Miss Gladys Waddell
Mrs. Fay Allen of Shelby spent
part of last week with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. Tom Tate.
Miss Maggie Ella Tate had as
her dinner guest Sunday. Miss
Lora, Lee Lemons
Mr. and Mrs. C. G While and
children. Orni Lee, Ottie and Dor
ris were visitors in York. 8. C. Sun
Mr and Mrs. Melvor Tate have
as their house guest a cousin of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Queen and
children visited Mr. Queen's father
at South Shelby. Hts father is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Flay Smith and
children, F. E., Jr., and Rebecca,
spent Sunday with his brother. Mr.
and Mrs. Wisham Smith of the
Cleveland Cloth Mill
Mv. George Dover visited rela
tives in Kings Mountain Sunday.
Mrs. Fletcher Green has returned
from a few days visit with her son
Mi’s. Christine Blanton and Mrs.
Loree Waddell are in Red Springs
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Buice and
children motored to Spartanburg. S.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Outen and
children of Kannapolis spent awhile
with Mrs. Outen's sister, Mrs.
Little Bulie Shull, four year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Shu'l
gave a birthday party Thursday.
After playing a number of games
(Traps juice, wafers, and candy were
served. He received many presents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goforth
and daughter, Lucile. and Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Ramseur of Kings Moun
tain visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Jenkins Sunday afternoon and Rob
ert and Dorothy returned home with
them to spend this week
Science Invents Travel
Accommodations for Fish
M*r* Is the design of ths Fated!'
ONIm dr«mi of Frank W. Pi*>
vlnee’a aiaaatorial nulitw, dim*
ln| MM and flu ms, •• that mm
W nan ww fit around and da
things without handicap of poor
traveling accommodations. At the
laft hors you sso a loaning salmon
of tfco vary typs this fwhwsy was
dsoignad tor. It makes traveling
os much sssior for ths gnny tribes.
Staircase to Gel Over
Dans, Newest Con
HOW eon yon expect s
poor fish to get upstream
to its spawning grounds,
or a baby fish to go down
stream from its birthplace
when it has to dhnb over a
▲a a natter of tact, that ha#
haaa ana of the most try In* prob
lems of the flah world for a Ions
time. Mow man, who bnlH ft*
dams, has had a stroke of eon
clones and tawatited a stairway,
whereby the ptuddlna Sahas can sat
to their destination.
Invented by Frank W. Pro sines
of Camas, Waahlnrton, the near
Oshsaay has a eopposttnc bees tn
MV* « a norm, around which
winds a flams with a gradual rise
tram ths low sot to tho uppermost
lord. Tho flume has a sloping
door, thus 1 naming a maaanro of
safety for tho mng and defenso
lean fishes, for In tho shallow water
they can escape the largo, eamhr
erous Ashes coming down at tho
la fad, stary possIMo provision
ha* hssn tufa for the comflact ad
tho flany travelers. Tho winding
flume ie built oo that each tarn
oosohangs a lower turn—thus af
fording shade and tbare we en
largements at Intervals wherein the
fish may rest.
Bat perhaps the most Interesting
feature in cone action with the
“fish escalator" reoently patented la
the possibility of making the flsh
hsay druotuio hollow and so built
as to «Bow for tbs housing of tur
jbtnos. so that the water power of
the "stair" may be converted Into
Items Of Interest
(Special to The Star.'
Lattimore. July 24—Miss Euphra
Ramsey has returned home after
several days visit with her cousin.
Miss Prances Ramsey of Raleigh.
Mrs. Lawton Blanton and chil
dren spent last week with Mrs
Blanton's sister, Mrs. C. I. Putnam,
of Boiling Springs
Miss Sara Hamrick is visiting Miss
Sara Thomson of Shelby
Mrs. M. B. Smith and Miss Pparl
Harrill visited Misses Effie and
Bessie McEntire of the Union com
munity Sunday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Grigs and
family of New House visited Mr
and Mrs. Z A. Harrill Sundav aft
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Daves of
near Ellenboro, spent last week with
Mrs. Daves’ parents, Mr and Mrs.
C. O. Ramsey.
Miss Darcus Harrill is spending
a few days with her cousin. Miss
Eunice G.-fgg of New House
Mrs. J. A. Kanipe of near Hollis,
spent a few days of this week with
her son. Mr J. T. Kanipe.
John Blanton, Jr., and Robert.
Hunt, Jr„ are spending a lew days
with their cousin, Prank Davis of
Mr. Von Magness of Maryland is
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. W. Mag
We are glad to note that Mrs. T.
C. Stockton is improving in the
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Crowder spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mia
Ivey Whlsnant of Polkville .
We are sorry to know that Miss
Maggie Beam is sick. We hope her
a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B Prances of
Shelby spent Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd H. Blanton
Friends of J. O. Hartman, 83
years of age, who lives near Toluca,
are planning to give him a big
birthday dinner on the first Sun
day in August, which will be Aug. 4
and they urge the general public to
attend and bring well flUed baskets
so that the occasion may be mane
a big success for all concerned.
Brother Of Local
Woman Is Burned
Kirgy Mountain —Frank Loftln,
age 24, died at the home of his
parent* four miles South of Kings
Mountain Sunday evening at 11:30
His death was the result of be
ing burned while attempting to
transfer gasoline from one car to
another, using an oil lamp for a
light. It ia thought that the fumes
from the lamp Ignited the gasoline
He was so severely burned that, he
died twautjg-three hours later.
, runeril services were conducted
at the Bethlehem Baptist, church
in the county, Monday alter noon
at 4 30 by Dr. O. J. Black. Inter
mem was in the cemetery at the
Surviving: are his father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. M.. Luther
Loftin^of the county; three broth
ers, Lee Loftin, of Oaffney; Jim
Loftln. of Blacksburg, and Charlie
Loftin, of the county; five sisters,
Mrs. Pearl Floyd, of Shelby; Mrs.
Mamie. Hullender and Mrc. Lulu
Grant, of Kings Mountain, and
Misses Maud and Mary Loftin, of
Star Advertising Pays
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
WASHINGTON, D. C.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Friday, August 2nd, 1929.
$13.00 — Round Trip Fare — $13.00
From SHELBY, N. C.
Tickets will be sold for all trains August'2nd, with
final return limit of August 7th.
Big League Baseball; Aug. 3, 4, 5.
Washington vs Detroit
For further information and pullman reservations
call on any Seaboard ticket agent, or
H. A. Harris, Agt. John T. West DP A.
Shelby, N. C. Raleigh, N. C.
Issac Shelby Flour
It Used In Cleveland
County Than Any Other
Two Flour* that are Sold
In This Section.
And Wholesomeness Are
Eagle Roller Mill Company