•Special (i TlTr S'.aiA
Quite a large number front on
rommunity attended the. county
fate last week Every one who wen.
reported a very enjoyable time in
spite o( the weather condition
Our Sunday school was fine Sun
day A very Interesting program cm
“God's Carr' »r rendered by the
pupils 9lid teachers with otu: new
ly clee’ed .superintend; sv Mr Ceril
Humphries in charge The special
music, which consisted of a ; oio by
Mr. John .Bridges and a quarte'ie
“Sharon Rose wa- e pccfally
Mr. and Mi- Guy Roberts an.’'
two children were yur ts ol Mi- Ol
he .Mae Putnam Sunday afternoon
They were com ponied • by Mr.
Kvaiv. Roberts ol Ciavnr n
Mr. and Mrs John GanP and
family were wrrk-c-'nd sue:.!••1
their parent1. Mr and Mrs W H
M Daud liter w ho has " beep
r orkinc at, Asheville, came ■ horns
j aturd..y to spend a month with his
mother. He wa. accompanied bv
Mr Gold Ledbetter- of Marion who
eariic to pend the week-end
Mr and Mi. . Oscar McEntire of
C. C were week-end cue t of their
parent:-. Mi and Mr R Mo
M- and,Mrs Henry Bolton were
v. rtois in-the roiim .itt'v Saturday
Mr and M; Buford Weaver n(
Fouth Sheik.-, v-r ■ s'.r ''a ::
parents. Mr and Mrs. V, R T '
Me- r? Voile fo' end Corione
M. Swam motored to pattersons
Spring-, arid Sulphur Springs Sun
Miss Nell Wilkie ofySOut.il Shd'bv
v a.-. a week-end guest o! Mi
priby and Made McSwaVn:
Mi . and Mrs Elbert Hamrr <
spent. Sunday in Grover as guests
of their parents, Mr. and Mu
Mr-5 Elizabeth Putnam was the
mar welcomed guest, of Miss. Delta
I FOOTBALL games
I Carolina vs Georgia Tech
Friday, October 11th.
Yale vs Georgia
Saturday, October 12th.
SEABOARD AIR FINE
Very low railroad rates—
$ 10.00 Shelby to Atlanta
and return with stop off at
Athens to see Yale-Gcorgia
Do not miss ihese two
wonderful football games,
w hich start—
Carolina vs Georgia Tech at
Atlanta 2:0(1 P. M. G T.
Yale vs Georgia at Athens
2:00 l\ M. E T
Seaboard dining cars will
be parked at Athens serv
ing all meals. You vvill be
away from home only two
days, Friday and Saturday, «
Oct. 11th and 12th. The j
Seaboard is the only road |
having Atlanta and Athens J
on its main line. Make your
pullman reservations with
any Seaboard Agent, or call
JOHN T. WEST, D. P. A.,
Raleigh, N. C.
On October first a new
interest quarter started in ;
our Savings Department.
I-'nr the third time this
with us in our Savings Do-;
partment in any amount
from one dollar up. We pay
1 per cent compounded
quarterly, and it counts,
You will need money some j'
flay, Come in and start
n savings ,v. ■count now—'
Don't wait—and you’ll have!
RANK Sc TRUST
Shelby, N. C.
year we credited to our v
many savings accounts in- j|
tcrest, accrued. \ou are iu-l:
vited to open an acc unt j!
Double Shoals News
Of Current Week
(Special la The Star.'
Double Shoal. —The heavy down
pour of rain that Tell Tuesday end
Tuesday night.put the water course
high within 12 inches of the high
water Iasi year. People up and
down the river saw their entire
corn crops covered i,p with water,
Sunday past was permotipn da"
;it the Rnp.ti'! church Many
( hanger, were made m the school
One new cfa<> of junior boys was
added. The : . hoo! was very for
tunate, in securing Mrs Yates Horn
a . te.Hhc We now have. 15 classes
including one in the eiadle roll
ages \ .
Las: conference . day thechurch
elected ah the present ol fleers end
trach.ers for another year. They rue
a ; ■ follow S Supt.'C P. Spang
ler,; associate superintendent,. J W
Costner, secretary'. R 1. Eskridge;
lies urer H C Royster; chots!?r;
T, .TV Spangler.; pianoist, -Misses
Florence Seisin and Mae Eskridge
Teacher. J \V Costner. L it
Seism Carl Spangler. Misses Eva
Toney Florence Sc cun Bessie Esk
ridge. Mae ''Eskridge.-. Euna Spaiir
i.ei. Mcsds tries' J. W. Costner, C. H
Spangler, 1! C Royster, R L. Esk
ridge. <» C Eskridge Clarence Wil
• on and Mr Yates Horn who will
be elected on 'next conference day.
Home depart men: superintendent
Mr:- (IP de Cornwell: ciaulV' roll,
uipefmtenclent. Mrs S B, Eskridge
and Mrs Cirreriee Wib-rn as cradle
util class leader Wr hi ve maintain
ed the Standard all the year fcv
hard work, and haw nothing shi.t
of the standard ns our'aim litis
year. The -jvintoi B Y P. U with
1 B Seism as director went, to
.Pleatant. • trove last Sunday night
nd demon:lrated a junior R Y
P U. Tiie children, were happy to
go on tins occasion.
County Students At
Mars Hill Organized
The students'of Mars Mill college
from Cleveland county met last
week and organized a Cleveland
county club The following officers
were elected President. Mr. H E
Yarbrough of Shelby: vice presi
dent. Mr T L Suttle of Shelby;
secretary and treasurer. Margaret
Hamrick-of Grover, Members ither
than these were Mr J. Edley Mar
tin of Baltimore. Messrs. Charles
Alexander and Howard Camri.itz. of
Shelby. Miss, Lois Adams of Balti
more, Miss Thelma Hoyle and
Messrs. Tom Dixon and Hovle Lee
of Fallston and Mr Eugene Roberts
of Kings Mountain.
I'SED NOW IN ITAI.Y
An original telephone service has
hern inaugurated in Italy, accord
ing to a statement Just Issued to.the
Italy American society. The serv
ice operates at the main railroad
sat ions A railroad employe walk
ing up and down the platform car
ries a breast telephone and olfers
its service to the passengers. on
the standing .trains. By this device
any traveler is enabled to commun
icate outside during the train’s’
stop The telephone is connected
with the local exchanges, and the
passengers : converse while in the
train. This service has proved very
accommodating for the traveling
salesman who can transmit or re
ceive orders while on the road By
this service. Italy leads all other
nations in improved and fast tele
phone communications. All the ”de
luxe" trains are supplied with tele
phones. enabling any traveler to
converse for a few seconds before
*1 was so weak,” says Mrs.
Josephine Cockcroft, of
Baldock, S. C., "that I was
not able to do anything.
times, i sunerea
pains in my back
and sides. My
head would hurt
—felt like it
would split open.
Spells of weak
ness would last
"I read of Car
dui. I sent for a
bottle and began
i. ——— j i a & i □ g ii*. xtiy
rase was stubborn, and at
times I almost lost hope,
but I could see a little im
provement. At last I began
to feel much better. Then I
improved rapidly. For the
last year I have been in
better health than I ever
have been before.
"I give the credit to Car
riui. for after I had giv
en it a thorough
trial, I got
T.k» Th.dlntd. BI.ACt DRSUCHT
f or (nrvViprttion, Wwiic*.Aiion. Ktfi'vjgrv***.
FLINT HILL SHEWS
Miss lily (.1, n Gives Tariv Per
sonals Of People Coming
(Special to The Star '
Miss Lilly Green entertained a
number of young people Saturday
night by giving a party. Everyone
present reported a fine time
The people of this community' ,t
tended the fair last week
Mrs. Effie Phillips and daughter.
Miss Elizabeth spent tiie week-end
with Mr. and Mrs R. S. Dover.
Miss Lillian Russ of Shelby is
spending this fall with her Mste.
Mrs T D. Blanton
Miss Gladys Harrill spent Suns
day afternoon with Mrs- Mary Ella
Mr Graham Weaver was (he din
ner guest of Mr Jack Pearson Sun
Mr Willie Harris of Gaff net
spent Sunday with: Mr. .funic]
Misses Gladys Harrill,; Mary Ella
Dover and Mr Graham Weave:
spent awhile Sunday afternoon with ■
Mr and Mrs Ross Greene of Site!- !
Mr and Mrs Newton Harrill and ,
children visited Mr, and Mrs John :
Harrill Sunday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Irv in Chapmen •
visited his parents Sunday. Mi i
and Mrs R S. Dover.
Mr Palmer Wilson from China 1
visited Mr and Mrs. R S Dote; :
last week j
Mrs Effie Phillips. Misses Gladys !
Harrill, Mary Ella Dover and Eliza,-!
bctli Phillips were the dinner guests j
of Mr. and Mrs C. A Dover Sun- \
Mr and Mrs Alev Weaver spent
Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs
F. M Ledbetter
Mrs F M Ledbetter. Messrs R»x
Ledbetter, Gradie Blanton, Misses
Myrtle Harrill, Alma Pearson mo
tored to Chimney Rock Sunday
Harlan Blanton spent Sunday nft -
ernoon with Claude and James
Miss Estell Blanton spent Sunday
with Misses Ruby and Lucile Pear
Miss Arvle Blanton spent Sun
day with Miss Oviele Martin
Miss Lota Harrill. Messrs Buron
Ledbetter and Brossie HamrDk
visited Miss Mary Ella Dover awhile
Miss Effie Pearson spent Sunday
with Miss Blanche Pearson.
Mr Hulon Ledbetter visited Mr
and Mrs. G. G. Pearson Sunday.
'Special to The Star ''
Promotion day was observed in
the Sunday school last Sundav.
Also the new officers were install
ed The following Is the main of
ficers in the Sunday school: Supt
of the home department, Mrs ). B
Wright; superintendent young peo
ples department. Mr. Wtlbur Wil
son; superintendent of intermediate
department. Mrs T D. Philbeci.
superintendent primary depart
ment. Miss Ruby Washburn; super
intendent of beginners department,
Mrs. B, B. Moore; superintendent
cradle roll. Mrs. F. E. Greene; ;ec
retary. Mr. Olin Greene and treas
urer, Miss Eliza Brooks Mr F E.
Greene is the efficient superintend
Owing to the recent heavy rains
cotton picking has been delayed
very much. It is beginning to rot .n
the boll Farmers are mighty glad
to see the sun shining
Mr. J M. Gardner had the mis
fortune of failing from the roof of
his house, where he was plastering
around the chimney. Wednesday
evening. He was carried to the
Shelby hospital where an examina
tion revealed no broken bones. Hr
can hardly move and has suffered
much but is resting very w'ell now. 1
Mrs. Nash Magness is in the
Shelby hospital for treatment aga'n
she has been right sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Yates Bridges visit -
ed Mr. and Mrs. P B Bridges Sun
Prof, and Mrs. V. C. Taylor ana
sons, V. C , jr.. and Glenn from
Surry county, spent Saturday night '
with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wash
burn. They were also welcome visi
tors in Sunday school Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Garlan Washburn
and son moved to Newton. Monde.i
Mrs. J. C. Washburn spent a few
days last week with her sister, Mrs
Preston Neal, near Grover.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt visiteJ
Mr. and Mrs. Yates Harrill Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. A V Washburn of
Sylva spent Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. W, Washburn. Mr Wash- ;
burn left Monday evening for Can
ton while Mrs. Washburn remain- 1
rd in the eommuntiy until Thurs
Mr and Mrs. Yates Harrill had
as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs John Williamson and
Mr. Alfred Falls and Miss WilHc
Promotion Day Observed. New Corn
Mill. Crops Greatly
iSpecial lo The Star.'
Our Sunday school observed pro
motion dav Sunday. The suprun
tendent. awarded ’23 certificate? to
different pupils who were’■promot
ed to other departments
Mr and Mrs. V. O. Moore and
children spent last week with M s
Moore's parents. Mr and Mis. 1
Mrs Nash Magnes.x underwec an
operation yesterday at the Shelby
hospital She seems to be getting
along very well
Mr and Mrs Drue MeCartpr and
little daughter spent Sunday with
Mrs, McCarter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs J W Irvin
Mr and Mrs Tat ham Wilson
were the delightful guest Sunday of
Mr and Mrs John Gold
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Gold had as
their guest Sunday Mr and Miss
Geo E. Gold and Mr and Mrs Tom
Dixon and family.
Mr. F. W Cabantss is still in
proving at his home. We are clad
Miss Madge Matinev was home
from Limestone college for the
week-end with her parents. Mr. anti
Mrs S, S Mannoy
Miss Mabel Neal was the pleasaut
guest Sunday of Misses Nina and
Miss Janie Irvin spent the week
end from Boiling Springs eolleqe
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J
Mrs H G. Metcalf is still improv
ing Wr are glad to learn
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Williamson
and soil. Worth, jr . spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs Pleas B
Cabaniss and attended the fair Sat
Miss Mary Ruth Walker was the
delightful week-end guest of Miss
The farmers were greatly dam
aged by the heavy rainfall last week
Miss Mabel Jones is spending
awhile with her grandmother Mrs
C G Poston
Mrs. Tom Cabaniss. ir , and chil
dren have been at the bedside of
her father. Mr. Plato Gettvs, who is
better at this writing.
Why Should She?
Conduetor—“Madam, you'll have
to pay for that boy."
Old Lady—"But I never have be
Conductor fhotlyi—"That don't
matter to me He s over 12 years
old and "ji&iCy have to pay his fare
or 111 put htfn off the car "
Old Lady—"Put him off What
do I care? I never saw him be
NOTICE OF SALE.
Sealed bids will be received by
the board of aldermen of the city of
Shelby at the mayor's office In
Shelby, N. C . until 12 o'clock noon
on the 5th day of October. 1929 for
the purchase of *40,000 water bonds
of said city, dated September 1,
1929 and payable *1.000 annually
September 1. 1932 to 1941 Inclusive
and *2.000 annually September 1,
1942 to 1956 inclusive, both princi
pal and .semi-annual interest pay
able in gold at Chase National
bank, New York City, N. Y. Bidders
are Invited to name the rate of in
terest in their bids in multiples of
one quarter of 1 per cent, must not
exceed six per cent. and as be
tween bidders naming the same rate
of interest the amount of premium
will determine the award. The city
will furnish bonds and opinion of
Messrs. Storey. Thorndike, Palmer
and Dodge. Atty's of Boston. Mas*.
Bonds will be sold upon sealed bids
with no auction.
Bidders must present with their
bids a certified checl; upon an In
corporated bank or trust company
unconditionally payable to the order
of the city for 2 per cent of the face
value of the bonds bid for to secure
the city against any loss from fail
ure of the bidder to comply with
the terms of his bid. The right is
reserved to reject all bids.
L E LIGON, City Clerk
Mount Sinai News
Of Late Interest
rraixex I or The Cleveland County
lair. Mr. rutnain.
'Special to The Siir> .
Shelby. Route 2 — With more than
a week Of r.iitiy weather the farm
ers would like to see some run- i
1 shine They fear the cotton crop
; will be (1,unaped
Many people from this section at- j
| tended the fair last week All agree
! that the exhibits were the most
i attractive they have ever seen si
! The Cleveland County Fair. j
Mi Kugrnm Rollins who teaches
in the Kail stow school spent the
work -end at home .
Mi and Mrs Wilburn Ruin ini
and little daughter of Latt.imorej
visited ve.lf.tive:. in this section j
Mr and Mrs l. K Weaver of!
Gaffney ipent Sunday in this com- !
Mr Andrew Hunt of Rock Hill !
visited hr parents. Mr. and Mrs j
d. M Hunt during the week-end |
Miss Maude Rollins was at home!
froth Shelby during the week-end. It
Mr (Miff Putnam continues qu’te :
sick We hope he will be better j
Mr and Mrs Reggie Weaver and 1
'children .petit Thursday night with j
Mr and Mrs Prior Led be! ter. I
“How'cl vou like to be In 'not
thing wav up (hat?" someone asked
Sambo as tltey were watching an
“Alt much prefer to be up (liar
in it that to be up (liar out of it!"
A STEP IN THE WRONG i
1 often gets a person in bad. j
A welfare worker approach j
ed a man serving a term for j
! forgery: She usked him
what he was in for, and he
[ replied: “Flattery Ma’am;
! 1 was caught imitating an
other man’s signature on a
A step in the right direc
tion would be for you to in
sist on SINCLAIR pro
ducts. The quality of the
gas and oil you use is im
portant because on it de
pends not only the life of
your motor but its effic
iency as well.
Delicious Taste and Health!
In other words—Coffee plus Chicory—as in our
Gold Ribbon Blend is delightful to tasre and it’s
praised by authorities for its health value. Double
strength, too—that means twice as many cups
from a pound.
„ _ A
DOUBLE STRENGTH oWS1
PARAGON’S LATEST ARRIVALS IN
This season finds the Paragon aglow with the latest and
most appropriate styles in sports wears. Many new things
have been added to stock this week. We can outfit you
from head to foot in just the style or color most becoming.
Every garment carries the usual Paragon guarantee. Our
prices are reasonable.
NEW AND ATTRACTIVE
..Silks Light Wools - Jersevs
$10.00 4 $16.75
Realizing the tremendous demand
for Sportswear this season, the Para
gon has gone the limit in selecting the
very latest and most desirable ma
terials and styles. Want you to come
in and let us show you the wonderful
sport frocks we are featuring right
now at these low prices.
STYLISH BUT INEXPENSIVE
A small piece of jewelry will
siltl wonders to your new out
fit, This week many new
things have been received in
our Jewelry department arid
t he coat is so small you won’t
hesitate in selecting several
Lovely Pur Trimmed
1 $ 1675 $49 50
The sport coats this season i
have snapped out of the
rut. They are so different,
so attractive and yet not
expensive. Considering the
quality of the material and
furs used. If ypti can’t af
ford a dress coat this sea
son then see these attract
ive Sport Coats.
$ i g 75 AND UP
The dress coats are luxur
iously fur trimmed. Tans,
browns and blacks are the
outstanding colors. Some
are perfectly straight and
others have a ripple here
and there or a bit flared.
You may be sure the styl<
is right if you make your
$2-95 10 $10°°
If you caro to get away from
the sameness and want some
thing new and different then
you must see these new Hats
that have so recently arrived.
Every hat was personally hnd
carefully selected for correct
ness in style, color and shape.
SWEATER AND CAP TO
Colors of Tan. Brown, Navy
and Rod. A real bargain at
— BERETS —
In Every Wanted Color
59c to $1.50
It's a season of Knit Caps for the child or
Misses. You'll have no trouble in finding
what you want from our new stock.
Every girl will want one of
these neat pull-over sweat
ers. A very large assort
ment here and selection
will not be difficult. See
i hose tomorrow. You’ll he
well dressed and comfort
ih|p in one of these light
TAN AND BROWN — BLACK
$4.95 ° $7.50
$4.95 l" $7.50
A complete line of the famous
Enna Jetties now in stock. The
prices are just
THE PARAGON DEP T. STORE
FEATURING A WONDERFUL LINE OF SPORTSWEAR