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— TONIGHT —
HOOT GIBSON In
Universal thriller. Also other attractions.
Prices... 10 and 30c
— TUESDAY —
“THE BRIDGE of SAN LUIS REY”
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture—with a Ttiu Cast.
“The Novel Sensation—Now a Film Masterpiece. One
— SPECIAL NOTICE —
There have been a lot of things found in the Theatre
recently and owners can get same by calling at Theatre
any morning after 8 o'clock and identifying same.
CLAUDE WEBB, Manager-Owner.
Extortion, Briherv Illegal diapniiuon oi
liquor, Intoxication. Assault, False Re
ports, Theft. ... on these and other
charges, 7S0 prohibition agents were
dismissed before Civil Service require
ments were, put ln*o effect, but the
reel trouble was higher up, according
to MABEL WALKER WILLEBRANDT.
former Assistant U. S. Attorney General
In charge of prohibition, who places the
blfcme exactly where it belongs.
Everyone Is Interested in the vital
subject of prohibition and you will
surely want to read Miss Wtllebrandt's
articles on this subject which will be
gin to appear next Monday in—
The Charlotte News
“Greyer Charlotte’s Home Newsppf
Charlotte News. Charlotte. N. C.
I am interested In this series of articles
• The Inside Of Prohibition.” which begins
In THE CHARLOTTE NEWS next Monde". t
Please have your carrier deliver paper to
mv address below, for which I agree to
pay News carrier 20c weekly.
I ear. Sign
Why not pay off your mortgage on an
easy, monthly payment plan? Principal
and interest are conveniently financed
with Life Insurance included as an extra
safeguard. It will cost you nothing to in
quire, and may mean everything to you
and your family.
NOTHING KEEPS GNAWING AWAY
as interest on a mortgage. Why not take
care of both interest and reduction of
principal by adopting the Equitable’s
Home Purchase Plan? A simple 10-Year
repayment arrangement on easy monthly
basis. LIFE INSURANCE INCLUDED.
For complete details see:
H. S. WHITE Special Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
Office over Charles Store. SHelby, N. C.
Know the joy of packing trunks and bags
with clothes immaculately ready to be put on
when you reach the mountains or the beach.
We honestly believe you can find no finer
dry cleaning than the work done by our crafts
men. They put quality in their work—give
careful personal attention to every garment.
Old clothes are new clothes when they
leave the capable hands of our cleaning ex
PHONE US TODAY!
CLEANERS — DYERS
*05 - 106
Miss Eudora Dover of Ruck Hill,
5 C.. spent several days with Misses
Mildred and Estelle Harrell
Misses Iris Rollins and Margaret
3reen of Mooresboro, spent Mon
lay with Miss Mildred Harrell.
Miss Iva Watterson spent yester
lay with her mother, Mrs. J. D
Watterson at Kings Mountain.
Miss Bennie lee O'Brien of Rock
ingham is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs Pearl Blades and daughter.
Miss Virginia Blades of Rutherford
on. are spending several weeks at
Cleveland Springs hotel.
Mr. and Mrs T. W Hamrick and
Hisses Reba and Margaret Ham
rick spent yesterday in Greenville.
5. C. Misses Reba and Margaret
•emained tor a week’s visit to their
lunt. Mrs. Henry Marks.
Miss Frances Lucas spent last
week with Miss Christine Hamrick
m the Fallston road.
Miss Montrose Mull returned to
lay from attending a house party
:he past week at Lake Waeamaw.
Mr. S L Gillespie is visiting his
nephew. Mr John Cornwell, at.
Mrs. J. C. Beavers and family of
Hopkinsville. Ky will arrive Fri
day to visit her brother. Mr. w. G
Graham at Earl.
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Short and
Mrs Chas. Williams returned Sat
urdav night from a motor trip to
Niagara Falls and New1 York.
Mesdames Sallie Whaley and Earl
Clanton of Charlotte, and Mrs.
Daisy Dukes and children of
Oainsville. Fla . visited Mr and
Mrs. T. W. Hamrick Friday.
Miss Elizabeth Roberts spent sev
eral days In Charlotte last week
with Miss Laura Burton Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Maddox,
who have been at Cleveland Springs
for some time, left Thursday for a
visit to Cincinnati. Ohio.
Miss Myrtle Johnson of Coca,
Fla . is the guest of Mrs J. D.
Hcarst at Cleveland Springs hote'.
Mr and Mrs. H. R. Reesides of
Washington. D. C, are spending a
month at Cleveland Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Allen and
two sons of Winston-Salem were
guests of their aunt, Mrs. E. T.
Switzer last Sunday.
Misses Mattie Sue Camp and Mar
garet Davis of Charlotte visited then
cousin, Miss Frances Farmer last
Mrs. Ben Goforth carried her lit
tle son. Ben. jr., home to Kings
Mountain Friday. Ben had been in
the Shelby hospital five weeks from
having both legs broken by being
run over by an automobile.
Mr. and Mrs M. A Spangler visit
ed in Spartanburg on Saturday.
Mrs Chas Hubbard is spending
two weeks with her parents in New
Dr A R Kistler of Moiganton.
visited Mr r.nd Mrs. Paul Kistler
Mrs. G G Reid of Charlotte, is
spending this week with Mrs D R.
Mrs. Curtis Weathers of High
Point, is spending this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T
Misses Minnie Eddins and Mary
Adelaide Roberts and Mr, Forrest
Eskridge visited Mrs. W. J. Roberts
at the Charlotte Eye, Ear and Nose
hospital Friday and again yester
day Mrs. Roberts is recoverlni
from a right serious operation ami
hopes to be able to come home this
Mrs. W. L. Packard and Miss Jen
nie Lee Packard spent several days
last week with Mr. and Mrs. George
Shuford at Cliffsidp
Misses Georgia Lutz, Beryl Ford,
Jack Ford of Grover and Miss Lutz’s
guests. Miss Eva Lynn DAld of At
lanta and Miss Jean Lutz of Falls
ton, were visitors in the city Sat
Miss Annie Miller, well known
woman of Shelby who, today to quote
O. O. McIntyre, made good In the city,
was a visitor to her native heath
last week. Miss Miller is now located
in New York City doing exceedingly
well as an ad writer. Formerly she
was society editor of The Star, and
later, held the same position on
the Charlotte News. Looking well,
and in bright spirits, she said she
enjoyed immensely her visit to the
home folks. This week she is visit
ing in Charlotte before returning
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Lovelace oi
Goldsboro, will arrive Thursday for j
a visit to thetr parents, Mr. and j
Mrs J. A Lovelace.
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Self and
Mr and Mrs. D. Champion left
Sunday for a week's stay in Geor
gia and Florida, visiting relatives.
Mrs H D Wilson returned Sa -
urdav from Long Island New York
where she has been at the bed-side
of her son Crawley. who was
Mr and Mrs W P Ingram re
turned Saturday from a weeks visit
to relatives in Morven and Wades
Miss OlUc Sherrill of Greensboro
visited lier parents. Rev and Mrs
C. F Slierrill and Mrr .J D Llnc
berger last week
Born to Mr and Mrs Albert
Terry, a daughter. Mother and baby
are both doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs O C. Smith and
two children. Richard and Marie
visited Mrs. Poe Frady Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Proctor re
turned Saturday night from a visit
with relatives at Harrisburg. Pa
They were accompanied home by
two nieces of Mrs. Proctor, Mildred
Stephens and Grady Day who will
visit for awhile.
Mr and Mrs. Wm MeCord are
spending this week at a conference
at Montreat, the Presbyterian as
M's. N E. Terry, Mr and Mr*
Mack White, spent Thursday with
Mrs. f?. C. Smart.
Miss Mary Helen Lattimore re
turned home Thursday night from
Winthrop college where she has
been taJcing a six weeks summer
course in music, under Dorsey Whit
tington, a famous musician and
teacher. Mr and Mrs J J. Lat
timore motored to Rock Hill Thurs
day and attended the recital bring
ing Miss Lattimore home after
Misses Ruth and Mary Sue Turn
er. who have been in Philadelphia
arrived last week with their friend
Bill Russell for a visit to their
aunt, Mrs. Durham Moore.
Mrs. Graham Dellinger and chil
dren returned Friday from a visit
to relatives In Hendersonville.
The Junior Epworth League and
Boy Scouts had charge of the serv
ice at the Central Methodist churcn
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Hoyle and
Mr. and Mrs. John McClurd were
dinner guest.s at Caldwell hotel in
Morganton last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wilson ol
Winston-Salem have been spend
ing some time at the Isaac Shelby
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lattimore and
Miss Helen Lattimore spent yester
day at Blowing Rock.
Mrs. Marion Putnam and Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Rots and family of
Charlotte, spent yesterday with
Mrs. Pinkney Hamrick, who ac
companied hem home for several
Mesdames C. A. Grier of Chicago
Bailey Craig of Petersburg, Va., ar
rived yesterday to attend the fu
neral of their mother. Mrs. Green,
which will be held today.
E. G Hilliard, a young attorney
of Little Rock, Ark., is visiting his
sister, Mrs. F. Bobo Scruggs. Dr
and Mrs. Scruggs and Mr. Hilliard
spent yesterday at Chimney Rock
Mr. and Mrs. R. A Smith oi
Chester, spent yesterday with their,
daughter, Mrs. F. P. Patton
William Webb of Asheville, spent
the week-end with Judge and Mrs.
J. L. Webb.
Dr. O Mackenty Schmidt of New
York is a visitor in the city.
Lieut, and Mrs. A. A Dobak of
Pt. Banning. Ga, will arrive
Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. Do
bak’s aunt and uncle, Mrs. Lewis
Forney and Roy Sisk
Mrs. L. H Ledford and Misr
Madge. Sperling spent today in
Mr. and Mrs. J. A Suttie ar
companied their visitor. Mrs. P. P.
Pemell to Statesville Friday, where
she will visit for a few days before
returning to her home at Frana
Mrs. R. R. Brown and children of
Charlotte, spent the week-end' with
Mrs. J. R. Crawford.
Born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs
M. P. Elliott at the Shelby hos
pital. ? daughter. Mrs. Elliott be
fore marriage was Miss C stner.
Mtss Clara SperlinR Is visitin;
Mrs Victor Groce at Rutherfotd
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. FerRerson ot
Charlotte, visited Mr. and Mi
Ocorgr Blanton yesterday
Dr anot Mrs Kemp Funderburk
r>f Monroe, spent yesterday witn
Mr and Mrs Hoyle Alevande
John Fox. jr of Teneck. N J
arrived yesterday lo spend a few
days with Mrs. Fox at tire home <•>:
her parents, Mr and Mrs J (t
Miss Marjorie Brown ef Cha
lode visited Mias Mary Per\-s
Forney over the week-end and w s
accompanied home bv Miss Konv-v
Lhis morning, who wilt spend sei
rral days in Charlotte.
Mr and Mrs Clayton Carpmtr
of Cincinnati arrived yesterday to
visit. Mrs Carpenter's father, Mr
C H Hull and Mrs Hull.
Miss Katherine Lite of Landis.
Is visiting Miss Mane Sperlinc
Mr. Geo E Ppcrlinc Joined Mr
Out. :n C'h„:-Iotif today, and the\
lease tojii&Ut for a trip to Atlanta..*
City and New York
Mt ,i O Poston remains critical
ly Ul at his home three miles East |
Dr. .1 O Nolan of Kannapolis ;
\lifted his parents, Mr and Mrs. J ;
B Nolan o\er the week-end
Mr and Mrs C P Oelllnge
spent Sunday wild relatives at I
Born to Mr and Mrs. M A I
ongg of Lawndale, .> son. Sundav j
morning at the Shelby hospital.
Misses Kathleen Nolan and Flore
Pettit motored to Asheville Satur
day, where thrv attended the wed
ding of Miss Ann Simpson to Mr
Lin wood Smith at Urove Park Inn
Miss Pear! .tarkjon spent last,
week with Miss Mattie Laughridr’ j
in Hickory Miss Laughridge came;
home with her Sunday for a week'I
Mr and Mrs Ladd Eskridge et
Newberry, S C spent Sunday witn
Mr and Mas Chas L. Eskridge.
Cash For Poultry
Car coming to SEABOARD DEPOT,
Shelby, Wednesday, July 31st, (Next
Heavy Hens ..22 cents lb.
Leghorn Hens. 18 cents lb.
Colored Broilers . . 24 cents lb.
Leghorn Broilers." 22 cents lb.
Cocks .. 10 cents lb.
Eagle Poultry Co.
SHELBY, N. C.
ALVIN HARDIN, Representative.
JILTED “DEVIL-DOG” PROVES HIS
[ METTLE WITH U. S. MARINES
IN THE TROPICS.
A corking “Come-Back” story, the regen
eration of an outcast.
Today and Tomorrow
“DON’T BE NERVOUS”-All Talking
ADMISSION: 10 and 25 Cent,.
Home of the Best Pictures, and the Cool
est Spot in Town.
Manv people engaged in tasks requiring con
stant use of the eyes on "near” work find con
siderable difference between their vision in the
morning and midaftemoon.
The reason tor this is eye-strain resulting from
the constant involuntary muscular effort of the
eyes to focus at a near point
Even normal eyes are benefited by wearing glasses
which help to relieve this strain while thoee
having defective vision should have special
spectacles for this particular purpose.
If von will call at mir office, we will gladly
discuss your eye needs with you.
T. W. Hamrick Co.
Jewelers & Optometrists
TO ASSURE YOURSELF
Of the BEST Dry Cleaning Work—
Send Your Clothing to us.
Service Dry Cleaning Company
Phone 33. We»t Graham St., N«xt To
Ideal Ice Plant.
WHAT DOES YOUR
DO FOR YOU?
It Helps To Give
You Credit Standing
WHEN your savings pass-book shows
regular deposits, it is proof that you
have assets and the ability to manage
your personal finances well. Regular
savings shows you are a person of
worth and character and so builds your
credit standing so necessary to succesl.
Make deposits regularly each pay day*
SHELBY, N. C.
A SAFE BANK FOR SAVINGS.