TONIGHT - TUESDAY AND
— A BIG PARAMOUNT SPECIAL —
EXTRA — EXTRA —.EXTRA
BROADWAY S BIGGEST STARS.
- ADMISSION -
10* and 40c
Shows at 1*- 3 - 5 -
7 and 9.
THE STREET GIRL
Never Did A
$1.00 Buy So Much
You get more dry cleaning value for your money now
than ever before. There's a reason for this. We are
constantly adding newer and more modern equipment
to better handle our increasing volume of business. The
service already good, is being constantly improved. Now,
having a garment dry cleaned means more than it used
to mean. It means more real renewal service. In .just
one man's suit you find a dozen points to show how
thorough and careful is this dry cleaning.
Notice how the shoulders are moulded, how neatly
the collar fits, how carefully the lapels are rolled. Then
the trousers, see how cuffs and pockets lie smooth, how
the knee bagginess has been taken eut to make them
hang straight. And they have a long-lived crease. The
fabric has regained a fresh, live color, is clean through
and through. Everything about that suit—the invig
orated tone of the cloth—the molded shapeliness—
makes you proud to be seen in it. Yes—you get more
dry cleaning and better dry cleaning for your money,
at the WHITEWAY, than ever before.
MEN’S SUITS ARE.$1.00
Why not call us today? A service man will
CLEANERS - DYERS
La Fayette St.
105 • 106
Mrs. M. P. Coley and Miss Lw
cile Nix spent Saturday in Char
lotte and were accompanied home
by Miss Ina Carpenter, who spent
the week end at home.
Mrs. Evans Glenn ard Jene Da
vis, of Gastonia, spent Saturday
with Mrs. Ed McCurry.
Herman Eskridge and Bobby Rob
inson left yesterday for Birming
ham. Ala., to attend the Interna
tional Eire Chief convention.
Mrs. A, W. Eskridge went to .the
Shelby hospital Thursday wfypre she
will take treatment for a few days
Mr. S. A. McMurry and Miss Mary
Buttle left Thursday for Raleigh to
attend a ball game, they also at
tended the game at Chapel Hill
Saturday and visited Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Wall at Lexington over the
Mrs. B. L. Smith Returned Thu”sd»y
from Rutherford hospital, where she
has been taking treatment.
Mesdames Herman Eskridge nni
Talmadge Gardner are spendng a
week with their mother, Mrs. Flir.s
Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Roberts at Red Springs.
Miss Rosalind Nix who is leach
ing at Durham spent the week-end
! with her parents.
j Mrs. Chas. Forbes and daughter
Mis$ Mary Forbes, of Greenville,
will arrive Thursday to attend the
Messrs. J. B. and Ambrose No): n
returned Friday night from a busi
ness trip in Georgia and Alabama
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newman ot
Franklin announce the birth of a
daughter on October 14th. Mrs.
Newman was formerly Miss Eva
Grice of Shelby.
Miss Gertrude Boland of Boiling
Springs Junior college, spent the
week end with her mother, Mrs.
[ Alice Boland.
Miss Louise Bristow, of Darling
ton. S. C, who teaches in Charlotte,
spent the week end with Mrs. Roy
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, of An
derson, S, C.. visited their daughter
Miss Ruby McDonald Sunday.
Miss Edwina Alexander underwent
an operation at the ear. eye and
nose hospital in Charlotte. Saturday
I morning, her sister. Miss Nora Bell
| Alexander is witl* her.
| Mr and Mrs. Charles Dover re
I turned Saturday afternoon from
| their honeymoon trip through the
| Valley of Virginia and Washington.
D. C. They will be at home for the
present with Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Dover on S. Washington street.
Mr. Horace Easom is conducting
the singing in a series of meetings
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morton at
tended the ball game at Chapel Hill
Misses Ruth and Ouida J.Iundy
spent yesterday in Charlotte with
Miss Ellen Hines.
Mesdames Ben Gold and D. W.
Royster spent Saturday in Char
Mr. J. J. McMurry and Mr. and
Mrs. Willis McMurry visited Mr.
and Mrs. Jay McMurry and Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Washburn at High Point
over the week end and attended the
ball game at Chapel Hill Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ham
rick. a son. Harold. Saturday morn
ing at their home at Patterson
Mr. and Mrs. Vick Bowen. Misses
i Lena and Dennis Byers and Mr. and
i Mrs. C. T. Hardin formed a motor
party to Gaffney, S C.. where they
attended the fair.
Mrs. Horace Easom and mother,
Mrs. Stevens, left yesterday for a
three weeks visit to relatives at Clin
| ton and Wilmington.
, Mr. and Mrs. W. C Harris and
i Miss Alphonsine. spent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hord <-pent
the week-end in Charlotte with
Mrs. Hord's parents.
I Mr. Evans Bostic and Misses Eu
| senia and Ural Rollins of Ml fj1
j were Shelby visitors Friday.
Miss Elizabeth LeGrand visited
i her cousin. Miss Minna Caldwei! in
j Charlotte for the past several days
| Miss Ruth Haskett who has been
! spending several years in New Yo’k
I arrived in Shelby last week and is
l the surgical supervisor at the Sbel
1 bv hosDital. ^
Miss Elizabeth Alexander roeut!
the week-end with friends in Char
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hulick . ul
family attended the ball game V><
Charlotte on Friday.
Mr. Evans Harl grove of Cha iotte
spent the week-end with his par
ents in Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D Quinn and Dr
and Mrs, Tom Gold attended tne
ball game at Chapel Hill Saturday
and were guests at lunch with Gov.
and‘Mrs O. M Gardner yesterday
Misses Jessie Mackie and Winkler
spent the week-end at their re
spective homes at Granite Falls and
Judge and Mrs. J. L. Webb and
Mrs. Madge Webb Riley returned
Friday from Raleigh where they
have been spending some time with
Gov. and Mrs. Gardner. Mesdamcs*
Webb and Riley accompanied Judge
Webb to Burnsville yesterday where
they will spend tftts week «nilc
Judge Webb is holding court.
Dr. H K. Boyer. Rev. T. B John
son and Rev. Forbis leave tomorrow
for High Point to attend confer
ence. They will be accompanied Dv
Mrs. Boyer as far as Charlotte who
will visit there for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Reid ^Garrison cl
Charlotte spent Friday and Sa'.uir
day with their parents, Dr. and Mrs
H. K. Boyer.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Reeves or
Weaverville spent the week-end
with Miss Abbie Jane Wall.
Mr. ,and Mrs. C. M. Sappcnfield
and daughter. Dorothy Ann, and
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Rosengarth of
Columbia, S. C. spent Sunday with
Mrs. Sappcnfield's mother. Mrs. D
G. Mauncy. They were accompan
ied home by Mrs. W. B. Favel and
Miss Helen Blanton of Tryc« Is
[ visiting her grandmother. Mis.
Mr. Max Ammons of Mars Hill
was a Shelby visitor yesterday.
Miss Ruby Pryor, commercial
> teacher in the high school, left
| this morning for a short stay in St.
j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morgan span.
Saturday in Charlotte.
Mrs. J B. Tweed left yesterday
! for her home at Marshal after sev
j eral days visit to her sister, Mrs.
j Zeno Wall.
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Wootton if It
this morning for Reidsville for a
visit to Mr. Wootton s parents.
Coming Circus Moves
By Motive Power
Barnett Bros. Coming Wednesday
Have Three Rings And Will
Show On West Warren.
By the Press Agent.
In connection with the visit oi
the Barnett Brothers circus, which
will exhibit at Shelby one day only,
on Wednesday, October 23. we ere
safe in saying, there are more won
derful features and sensational atts
in the Barnett Brothers circus pro
gram than all the other shows com
bined. Three rings chock full or
arenic and aerial acts, clowns, and
animal acts—all going at one and
the same time. Among the special
features—among the fifty acts that
will appear during each perform
j ance are the Flying Leroys, roughly
termed the monarchs of the air; the
Rogers, Gaudette troupe. four in
number upon the tight wire, all
at one and the same time, doing
stunts that seem almost impossible.
Mile Vortex, the little queen of
the air: little Edna, the youngest
of American contortionists; “Tom”
the monkey with a human brain,
whose wonderful stunts on the fly
ing trapeze, tight wire, perch, ^md
bicycle displays the possession of
intelligence — wonderful football
playing horses, that actually play
football. America's greatest animal
trio. Junie Prince and Snookums. a
Shetland pony, a Great Dane dog
and an elephant in wonderful pos
ing acts. Trained ponies, dogs,
sheep, goats, elephants, monkeys
and horses along with twenty-five
A special added feature to the
already wonderful program, intro
ducing Lillian Thelma Alton's
spectacular "Sweethearts on Par
ade” presenting over 100 women,
children and animals, displaying a
wealth of wonderful wardrobe,
beautiful women and feminine
grace. This is in connection with
the regular circus program without
extra charge and presented by the
Barnett brothers circus There Will
be two complete performances at 2
and 8 p. m. on tlje Hamrick lot o.i
West warren street.
LOTS OF “LIFE”
In These First Class USED CARS.
First owners seldom exhaust the value
of a car. We guarantee real service in
No. 1—Chevrolet Coach. 1928 Model, Kullv equip
ped, in first class mechanical condition.
No. 2—Chevrolet Imperial Sedan, 1927 Model, Rood
tires, new paint, A-l mechanical condition.
No. o—Chevrolet Coupe. 1927 Model.
No. 4—Chevrolet Touring: Car, 1928 model, new
tires fully equipped, runs like a new car.
No. 5—Chevrolet Touring Car, 1026 model: 4
brand new tires, upholstery and top perfect, excel
lent mechanical condition.
Ford Roadsters, Ford .Coupes from $60 to $200,
CRAWFORD CHEVROLET Co.
— PHONE 265 —
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O’CLOCK.
It’s none too early to plan for Christ
mas. This store is already full of magnifi
cent gifts. A good plan is to select now,
make a small payment down, a dollar or
more a week, and when Christmas comes
you will own a good Watch, Ring or other
piece of Jewelry and not miss the*money.
Hundreds did this last year and were de
lighted with the plan. Come in, make your
selection, and start paying now. And, re
member, we are never undersold on qual
T. W. Hamrick Co.
— Jeweler* & Optometrists —
DO WE NEED CHEAP
MONEY IN SHELBY
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has loaned
on the Home Purchase Plan approximately the follow
ing amounts in the last ten years:
IN ASHEVILLE_ $2,018,000
IN CHARLOTTE_ 1.776,000
IN SPARTANBURG_ 1.303,000
IN HIGH POINT _ __ 850.000
IN GASTONIA 400.000
Do these towns need money at less than 6'. more
than it is needed in Shelby. It would pay you to in
vestigate the Home Purchase Plan.
H. S. WHITE, Special Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
OFFICE OVER CHARLES STORE. SHELBY, N. C.
EAGLE ROLLER MILL CO.
SHELBY. N C,
— SEED WHEAT
Recleaned Fulcaster and Purple Straw,
$2.00 A Bushel At The Mill.
Eagle Roller Mill Company
OF SHELBY, N. C.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
OCTOBER 4, 1929.
RESOURCES NEARLY FIVE
— RESOURCES —
Loans and Discounts __ $3,902,186.07
Overdrafs . 3,279.53
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation ____ 250,000.00
U. S. Liberty Bonds *_170,100.20
Other stocks and Bonds ___ 42,000.00
Redemption Fund.. 12,500.00
Real Estate Owned___ 61,084.43
Cash on Hand and Due From
Other Banks-•-_______ 527,308.90
— LIABILITIES —
Undivided Profits __,_
Accrued Interest Reserved_____
Reserved for Taxes ___
Bills Payable _.w
Notes Re-Discounted ____*_
The many friends and customers of
the First National will be pleased with
the above report as it is one of the best
we have $ver published and reflects
SAFETY, SECURITY, CONSERV
ATIVE MANAGEMENT AND' SER
We thank each and every customer
for helping us to make the fine show
ing in the statement above and for the
fine spirit of co-operation shown in
every instance. ^
A QUARTER OF A CENTURY OF
— OFFICERS and DIRECTORS —
( HAS. C. BLANTON,
JNO. F. SCHENCK, SR.,
r: R. SISK,
C. S. MULL,
Asst. Cashier. ; "
— DIRECTORS —
( HAS. C. BLANTON.
JNQ. F. SCHENCK, SR„
A. C. MILLER.
JAS. L. WEBB,
L. A. (JETTYS.
CLYDE R. HOEY,
0. MAX GARDNER,
j. F. ROBERTS,