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    Toluca And Knob
Creek Gleanings
Mr. Ambrose Mull Better In Ilantis
Hospital. Mr. Absher to
Undergo Oprratlon.
(Special to The Star.)
Toluca, Feb. 19.—A large crowd
was present for preachtng on last
Sunday at Carpehters Grove. Re \
W G. Camp delivered a splendid
message from Luke 10 His text was
“The Good Samaritan.'
We are glad to note that Mr. A.
T. Mull who is In the hospital at
Winston-Salem is ».t tfing along
fine and expects to < ome home et
an early date.
Mr. and Mrs C E. Bums, motor
ed to Morgnnton last Sunday p m.,
to see the nephew of Mrs. Burns,
Alvin Absher, who is quite ill. He
left the following wee* for the gov
ernment hospital In Virginia. He Is
ar ex-soldler and was wounded
while in service. He will undergo
several operations.
Many irum
tended the play Riven at Belwood
high school by the Woman’s Mis
sionary society last a iturday night
The proceeds went to Miss Addl*
Dellinger who is in the hospital,
About $50 was taken in.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gain and sen
Herbert of Hickory were Toluca
visitors last Sunday.
Miss Ora Sain of Morganton spent
the week end with her parents Mr
and Mrs. J, L. Sain.
Mrs. F. A. Boyles spent last
Monday with her sister Mrs. J. M.
Carpenter.
Mrs. R. P. Boyles was to see her
father. Mr. George Beam of the
North Carolina section last Mon
day. Mr, Beam is ill at this writing.
Mr. DeVaughn Boyles of Boone
spent the week end with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Boyles.
Misses Marie and Louise Costner
spent last Sunday with Misses Lil
lian and Hazel Yarboro.
The following were dinner guests
of Mr, and Mrs. Willie Wtlkeraon
on last Sunday: Mrs. M. 8. Boyles.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Willis, Mr. and
Mrs Theodore Boyles.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ledford motor
ed to the home of his daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Moss of Kings
Mountain last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young, Messrs
Coy and Leon Young motored to
the home of Mr. Young's son Mr
and Mrs. Carme Young of Newton
last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vickers of
Shelby, spent the week end with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Carpenter.
Rev. W. G. Camp of Cherryvllle
Wps a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs
Pie to Ledford last Sunday.
Mr. J. C. Mull of Shelby spent
last Wednesday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Hoyle.
Mrs. Gertie Proctor and daughter
Miss Lovella of Burke county, spent
last Sunday at the home of her
brother Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ledford.
Misses Vaunetta Boyles. El vie
Hartman. Messrs L. F. Boyles, Earl
Boyles, Mr. and Mrs C. G. Boyles,
visited the airport at Llncolnton on
last Sunday.
Land Is being cleared In Rich
mond county for pasture planting
and preparations are under way to
Increase the population of family
cows.
The one consolation about defla
tion Is that It affects a lot of heads
that way, too—Pottsvllle Journal.
Grover Section
Events Of Week
(Special to The Star.)
Grover, Feb. 10.—Mr. G. H. Ham
bright was taken suddenly sick with
acute Indigestion last Saturday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock and died Mon
day afternoon at 4:30. He was bur
led Tuesday afternoon at Antioch
church, funeral services conducted
by Rev. E. C. Watson, uastofc First
Baptist church of Blacksburg.
Mr. Hambrlght was 74 years old.
He had lived in and around Grover
all of his life. He is survived by one
brother, Mr, J. H Hambrlght, of
Grover, two sisters, Mrs. Sallle
Whisonant and Mrs. Martha Bor
ders, both of Blacksburg. 8. C.
The Fidellts class of the Grover
Baptist t;hurch enjoyed a Valen
tine party at the home of Miss
Livingston last Friday night. Al
though it was a rainy night, there
were several of the class and their
friends present. Games were played,
refreshments were served and every
one had a good time.
Messrs. Calls Martin, W. E. Pur
cron. Fred Green and A. C, Bum
gardner, attended court at Salis
bury last Monday and Tuesday. Mr.
Martin was sued for $7,500 for In
juries alleged to have been Inflicted
In an automobile accident that oc
curred on the road between Blacks
burg and Gaffney, 8. C., on Aug
ust 20th, 1929 upon the person of
Carroll T. Overton, of Salisbury. The
Jury was out two hours and return
ed a verdict of $3,000. Mr. Martin
was represented by Judge Carlton
of Salisbury.
Miss Esther Purcron had a very
severe case of flu, being confined to
her bed fd rover tw weeks with
temperature running at times to
106. She Is out again and back In
school. •
Mr. O. E. smith, depot agent at
Grover, has a son, G. E., jr., who has
pneumonia ot this writing. Ho Is lp
a serious condition.
Miss Mary Hambrlght who Is at
tending college at Greensboro this
year Is at home now recuperating
from an operation for tonsllltls.
Mr. J. H. Green and Mr. Guy
Sneed of Rock Hill. S. C., were
guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Fur
cron last Friday night, returning to
Rock Hill Saturday
Mr. Warren Hicks Is building a
new three room residence, just hack
of his horn* on Whipporwlll St.
When completed It will be occupied
by his father Mr. Zeb Hicks and
family. We welcomo Mr. Hicks and
his family to Grover.
Mr. O. C. Wa'lace who has been
a resident of Grover for several
years has moved to Gastonia.
Mr. T. S. Keeter Is quite sick again
at this writing, suffering a general
breakdown. Mr. Keeter has been a
constant sufferer for several months.
He has been In hospitals and under
the care of specialists for sometime,
and seemed to be getting along
nicely. His relapse Is quite a disap
pointment to his family and many
friends here.
Mr. Rube Rollins and Mr. H. L.
Beam are among the latest suffer
ers from mumps, which has visited
Just about every family tn this
town. Mrs. Rollins reports to day that
she Is about well, but that her little
son, Maxey, has developed a fine
case.
Little D. Byers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert Byers has pneumonia
at this time, but he is getting along
! t fine.
We use and recommend
VlGORO
Our success with Vigoro is the
best recommendation we can
give it. Vigoro-fed lawns de
velop faster, are healthier,
smoother and more velvety.
Vigoro provides plant life
with a complete, balanced diet.
Crass, flowers, trees, shrubs,
—all thrive on it.
Clean, odorless, Vigoro is
easy to apply. Just scatter it
by hand like grass seed.
In 100, 50, 25 lb. bags, also !
5 lb. and 12 oz. packages,
Vigoro costs only 10c to 20c
every 100 square feet. Phone
us for full information. A
product of Swift flr Company.
_ a. s*
ylGORO
W Compute plant food for lawns,
garden*, flower*, tree» and shrub*
HEADQUARTERS FOR LAWN AND CARDEN SUPPLIES
Campbell Dept. Store
VIGORO DISTRIBUTORS
Seams Mill Dots
Of Personal Items
Number Attend Play at Polkvlll
Personnls of Visiting
About.
(Special to The Star.)
Beams Mill, Feb, 19.—Mr. and Mrs
W C. Bridges and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. John McSwaln formerly of
this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Onley Wright, Miss
Connie V. Wright, A V. Costner,
Misses Eleanor and Vevette Elliott
Beatrice, Eury and Evelyn Hen
drick, Messrs Sherman Costner,
Sherrill Hamrick attended the play
at Polkville High school Saturday
night.
Miss Edna McSwaln spent Sun
day evening with Miss Irene Cos;
ner,
Mrs. Paul Warllek of Fallston
visited Mrs Claude Bridges Friday
nfternoon,
Those visiting Misses Ethel and
Mattie Williams Sunday were Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hugh Williams of Kings
Mountain, Misses Virtue and Ray
Hoyle, Messrs. Melvin and Talmage
Wright also of Kings Mountain.
Miss Novella Wright spent several
days last week with Misses Annie
and Addie McSwaln.
Mrs John Ledford and children
and Mrs. O. A. Hoyle spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wellmon.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sellers and
family visited Mr, and Mrs. Furman
Wright Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges spent
Sunday night with Mr and Mrs. W.
C. Bridges.
Those visiting Mr. snd Mrs. Press
ley Costner Sunday evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hoyle and son
Billy, Mr, and Mrs. Faul Bridges,
Mr. and Mrs. Onley Wright.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bridges and
son Bobby visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Wright Sunday
Mrs. John Ledford and Mrs.
Gaston spent Monday with the-lr
sister Mrs. Rachel Poston of Sheiby.
Mr. Yates Wright spent Saturday
with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Bridges.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gardner
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, V.
A. Gardner and Mrs. Ernest Gard
ner remained over for several days.
Misses Eury Hendrick, A. V. Cost
ner and Connie V. Wright spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Onley Wright.
Mast Raise Food and Feed.
Forty-two landlords, 11 supply
merchants and three bankers of
Vance county have agreed to supply
no tenant or farmer this year who
does not agree to raise his food and
feed supplies before considering the
cash crops.
700 Acres In Tomatoes.
Despite low prices promised for
tomatoes by local cannery operators,
Washington county growers have
signed up 700 acres for this season.
Resplnol spreads a soothing film
that stops your cough, heals the
raw membranes, lets you sleep
In comfort. Pleasant tasting—•
but no sugar or opiates. 50c.
BREAD PRICES
CUT AGAIN
Grandmother's
WHOLE WHEAT
of Highest Quality—Full Pound—wrapped loaf
forn-»r price new price C, yOUr **v‘n* lc
Grandmother’s PAN LOAF
Full Pound—wrapped
former price *]Cy new price 0C, your **T*n* lc
Sugar 10 lb. Bag 49c
NUCOA 'ST 16. 20c
SULTANA
RED BEANS 3 ".Z 20c
J. .. 1 111...
DEL MONTE PRODUCTS
PEACHES ^
21c
CRUSHED
Pineapple
No. 1 Con No. I Can
12*2c 23c
ASPARAGUS
TIPS
No. 1
Round Can
19c
Mixed Vegetables 2 S»' 23c
Campbells BEANS } cans 11c
COCOA 1 L 13c
Sunsweet PRUNES Ut 21c
FIG BARS Crisps 2 lbs. 23c
Toy Balloons with the Purchase
of Colgate Palmolive Products
3 cakes Palmolive Soap 20c
3 pkgs. SUPER SUDS 25c
3 Pkgs. Octagon Powder 10c
3 ■E" Octagon Soap 10c
- PRODUCE -
Lettuce.. 5c
Celery - Large
Stalk........... 10c
Oranges - 2
Dozen .. 25t
Grapefruit - 6
For .. . 25c
- MARKET -
Fat Back -
Pound ... 8 l-3c
Kmgan’s Sliced
Bacon 27c
Pork Chops and
Roast - lb. 17£c
Beef Roast -
Pound 17^c
Atlantic & Paciiic «
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AND LARGEST WHOLESALE MANU
FACTURERS WIRED US ABOUT OUR
FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE
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HARRY S COHEN—
COHEN BROS SHELBY NCAR—
WE CONGRATULATE COHEN BROS ON THE ATTAINMENT OF THE FIRST ANNIVERS
ARY IN BUSINESS STOP THE RAilD GROWTH OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT CLEARLY
TESTIFIES TO A SATISFACTORY RECORD OF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY STOP IT
HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE COHEN BROS WITH THE PRODUCTS OF OUR
FORTY MANUFACTURING UNITS A CHOICE SELECTION OF DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE
AT POPULAR PRICES STOP AGAIN WE ARE GLAD TO COOPERATE WITH SPECIAL
VALUES FOR THE ANNIVERSARY SALE
RICE STIX 40 MANUFACTURING UNITS.
506P
New Coats - New Dresses
New Coat Suits NewJacksttes at Cohens 1st Anniversary Prices
Beautiful New Silk Print
DRESSES
JUST UNPACKED
$2.87
AU sizes — 14 to 46
Dresses for which you would
expect to pay $10.00.
$4-87
Roman stripes and beautiful
printed designs.
NEW COAT SUITS WITH
^SILK BLOUSES
$5-87
Coats At Prices That Show
Big Saving
All Wool Materials. All sizes
for Miss and Matrons — 14 to
52.
$4*87
The pick of the New Yorl
market. Sample Coats sent in
by our New York buyer at big
savings.
$8.87
Compare these with $15.00
Coats in town.
THE SEASON'S NEWEST
Camel Pile and K e r a m i
Jackettes in black, white
and tan.
$6.87
All Wool Jersey
SUITS
Sweater Skirt and
Tam To Match
$4.87
EXTRA SPECIAL!
SAT. 10:30 A. ,M.
Another Shipment
Men’s & Boys’
WORK SHIRTS
Genuine Spindale
GINGHAM
14c
YARD
Usual 30c Value
MEN’S
220 Weight
OVERALLS
66c
Beautiful New
SILK PRINTS
39c
Yard
Washable
ABSOLUTELY
FREE
Dress Patterns
With Silk Dress
Materials.
EXTRA SPECIAL!
SAT. 2:30 P. M.
Octagon Soap
5 Cakes
10c
With $1 Purchase
Ladies’ Full Fash
ioned Hose
49c
Just received an
other big shipment.
MEN’S FUR
FELT HATS
98c
Ladies’ First
Quality
SILK HOSE
19c
MEN’S
BROADCLOTH
SHIRTS
59c
White and Tan
EXTRA SPECIAL!
MON. 10:30 A. M.
Children’s Panty
Dresses
Fast Colors
1
36 - INCH
PRINTS
10c
YARD
Children’s Solid
Leather Shoes,
Oxfords & Straps
98c
New Novelty
SLIPPERS
For Miss And
Matron.
$1.98
JOIN THE CROWDS OF HAPPY SHOPPERS A T COHEN’S — EVERY
DAY VALUES THAT SET NEW RECORDS FOR OUR BUSINESS. WHO
EVER SAID HARD TIMES —- Our Prices Chase Old Man Gloom Away.
COHEN BROS.
— SHELBY’S PRICE LEADERS ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE —
    

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