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FREE MAP OF THE COM
plete highway system oi
Cleveland county, showing
the roads taken over by the
state under the new highway
law. You can secure one of
these Maps 16x17 inchesUy
paying $1 or more on sub
scription to The Star. tf 4p
MR. PARMER BE~3URE~AND
see O. E. Ford Co. for your fertilisscr
requirements. 3t 16c
W A ICR. CLOCK AND JEW ELK x
repairing, u Q Oavis. next door to
Ef lid's. l appreciate your patron
age. targe or small. tf 18c
USED AUTO PARTS
FINK IRON & METAL CO.
Trade Alley. Phone 580.
___ tf-30c
COMPLETE RE
Babbiting service. See
us for all parts.
Mauney Auto Parts
Co.tfc
TRY ‘GARDENGRO’ FOR YOUR
lawns, shrubbery and flowers, o. E.
Ford Co. will deliver It quickly
3t iOc
“nearly two" HUNDR ED
users in Cleveland oounty of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert C. Hord, Dealer. S.
Washington St., Shelby. tf 25c
DOES YOUR ROOF
Leak? See J. W. Den
ton, Hoey Ant., rear
Postoffiee. He posi
tively guarantees his
work. Phone 4-J.
"for hay and oats see o e.
i Ford Co. St 16c
FREE, NEW HIGHWAY
map of Cleveland , county
showing the 793 miles of tfeadf
to be taken over by the state
under the new road bill. You
can get one of these maps by
paying $1 or more on your
subscription to The Star, tfp
O E. FORD CO. RECOMMENDS
digecter tankage for your hogs and
chickens. Try it. 3t 16c
ONE 1930 NASH COUPE 7aT
>350. It*s a bargain at this low
price. D. H. Cline, Inc. It I8c
FOR ASPHALT ROOFING AND
guttering, furnaces and sheet metal
work. Smith Roofing Co., opposite
Southern Freight Depot, Phone
562-J, Res. Phone 434. 5t lip
CALL ON O. E. FOrTi CO. FOR
all kinds of farm machinery, wag
ons and farm trucks. 3t 16c
-ALL STOCKHOLDERS OF BEL- I
wood Lighting Co will hold their
annual meeting in the school House
at Bel wood Friday night, March 20,
at 8 o’clock. R. T. Peeler, Secy -
Ireas. 2t 16p
IF YOU WANT YOUR LAWNS,
shrubbery and flowers to thrive fer
tilize with “Gardengro," and call
D. L. Ford Co. for quick delivery.
3t 16c
O E. FORD CO. HAS BEEN
selling fertilizer for forty years, and
they expect to sell mefre this year
than ever. See them. 3fc 16c
* PAY $1.00 OR MORE ON
subscription to The Star and
receive free, the new highway
map of Cleveland county. It
shows the various types of
roads, township lines, towns,
large streams and consolidated
schools. The map is just out.
Get yours now. tf 4p
ANY MAKE RADIO REPAIRED.
Parts of all makes. Maupey Radio
Service, S. Washington St- Phone
518. tf 6c
FOR WOOD SAWING, SEE P. P.
Stubbs, or telephone 718. lot 25p
"rememberTthe
New Chevrolet Sixes
are the best buys on
the market. “It’s wise
to choose a Six.” See
D. H. Cline, Inc., East
Warren Street. lt-18c
~JOHN McARTHURTS~TIN SHOP.
It you need a tinner go to McAr
thur’s Shop for guttering, roofing
and repair work. Opposite James
Ttddy’* Shop. at l8p
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM
house. Apply C S Young tf 16c
THE STAR IS WORTH
the price asked—leas than the
cost of a 2c postage stamp
per issue, but a new highway
map showing the 71*3 miles of
roads in Cleveland county to
be taken over by the state,
will be given free to subscrib
ers paying $1 or more on sub
scription. tf-4p
HOMEMADE Kraut
Pound „__8 l-3c
3 cans No. 2 Com_25c
Jan, 16 ounces ._18c
Sweet Potatoes, Kiln Dried,
Pound__ 3c
No. 2 Pineapple, sliced or /
Grated_ 19c
No. 2 Blackeye Peas_10c
No. 2 can Lima Beans __ 10c
No. 2 can Turnip Greens 10c
No. 3 Turnip Greens ____ 15c
C. H. REINHARDT
SOUTH SHELBY 2t-16c
JUST RECEIVED A FRESH
supply of Garden seed. Loose Leans
and com. We have them. See *ja be
fore you make garden. Hord and Son
Lawndale. 0-16c
WANTED: YOUNG MARRIED
man, age 24, desires a job of any
kind. Experienced clerk or truck
driver. Anything appreciated, full
or part time. Best references, Box
33, Shelby. 3t I3p
CUSTOM HATCHING
done, 2c an egg. Bring eggs
on Tuesdays. H. McConnell,
Fallston Road. tf 27c
FOR SALE OR TRADE: ONE
milk cow. John Yarbro, Waco.
2t I6p
IF yon WERE* DISABLED, AN
accident and health policy would
help pay the bill. North American
Accident Insurance Co., Box 12,
Shelby, N. C. \ tf 6c
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM HOUSE
on West Warren St, All conven
iences. Nat Bowman. tf 4c
FOR RENT: SIX-ROOM HOUSE,
415 North Washington St. Immed
iate occupancy. Louis M. Hamrick,
phone 105. tf 4c
CALL 833 AND LEI' US SEND
tor your car and Wash or Grease it
for 75c each The Auto Inn. next to
the Whiteway Dry Cleaners, tf 30c
CHILEAN "NITRATE CAN BE
bought cheaper from Claude C.
Falls, broker, Falston. 6t 11c
FOR “PLUMBING
and Repairing Phone
329, W. T. Randall.
9t-llc
FOR RENT—7 ROOM HOUSE ON
Suttle street. Rent, reasonable. S.-e
Evans Shull at Shull’s Market, tfc
WE THRESH CANE SEED EACH
Saturday. Morrison Transfer Co.,
phone 406. Jt 13c ]
MR. FARMER DON’T 1?ORGEr
to see O. B. FORD CO. BEFORE
you buy your fertilizer.* 3t 16c
AT C. B. ELLIOTT’S STORE ON
Shelby-Polkville road you can buy
Fat Back Meat, lb. .___9c
10 lbs. Sugar ...___EOc
10 lhs. Pinto Bean __50u
38 lb. bag Flour_ *2.45
1 pk-. Seed Irish Potatoes_40c
5 lbs. Coffee_..._55c
' gal gas. 1 qt. oil_..... *110
l pair Men’s Overalls__ 3t;c
3t t3c
DAY OLDCHICKS EVERY
Tuesday $10.00 per Hundred
Started Chicks every day.
Suttle Hatchery’. St-16c
Week-End Specials
7 O’clock Coffee, fresh
ground ___ 10 cents
Pinto Beans, 10 lbs. 45 cents
Table Syrup, 10 pound
Bucket __ 69 cents
Bread—12 pan rolls _ 5 cents
24 pan rolls _._u 9 cents
Pork Ribs_124 cents
Pure Pork Sausage .18 cents
C. H. REINHARDT
SOUTH SHELBY 2t-18c
CALL US “FOR
Plumbing- and heat
ing, new and remod
eling. Repairing done
promptly. Modern
Heating and Plumb
ing Co., Phone 569. tf
'
FOR SALE. ' 400 BU. LONG
staple cotton seed. Full 1 1-4 Inch
staple. Brought a premium of 9c on
lb. last year. Price reasonable. T A.
Champion, Route 4, Kings Moun
tain, N. O. 2t ISp
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
downstairs bedroom with or without
kitchenette. Phone 093 or 348. 3t 18p
FOR SALE: ONE NICE LEVEL
building lot in West Shelby. Build
now while lumber is cheap. See me
,tl you want a good lot at a good
! price. W. J. Hoy. Shelby, Box 597.
It 18c
WHENEVER™ YOU WANT A
good used car, see D. H. Cline, ltc
~JUST~ RECEIVED
another car of Seed
Oats. D. A. Beam
Company. 3t-16c
BRAKE LINING At
prices you can afford
to pay. Mauney Auto
Farts Co. tfc
FOR SALE: NEW~AUSTtN AU
tomobtle. A real buy at $350. We
have a complete list of good used
cars for your selection. D. H. Cline,
Inc. It 18c
CYLINDERS RE
BORED and honed,
o i st o n s and rings.
Mauney Auto Parts
Co. tfc
MR. PARMER: YOUR BEST
crop Insurance is a good Standard
Southern Fertilizer made by Na~
vassa Ouano Co See J. J. Lattl
more, Agent tf Me
WANTED: ONE THOUSAND TO
fifteen hundred dollars, one to three
years. First class security. Write
"Money” Box 340, Shelby. 2t 18c
PLENTY OF BRICK, LIME, Cle
ment, etc., at O. E. Ford Co’s. 3t 18c
GO TO D. A. Beam’s!
for plow shares and
landslides. You’ll
save money.. 2t-18c
1831 DODGE COUPE, WITH
license plate, driven 300 miles. Will
sell for $100 off list price. D. H
Cllne, Inc. It 18c
A New York minister says that
Christianity is the only cure for war
but the trouble ia in making the
other fellow see that he is the one
who should turn the other cheek—
Miami News.
Pershing described the lucky fel
lows of the A. E. F. as "engaged In
healthy, Interesting exercises in the
open air, with simple diet. Sher- j
man was wrong; war is health.—The
New Yorker. • "
This is the time of year when they
begin sending you illustrated seed
catalogs so that you may see what.
the things you planted last year ]
Would have looked like If they had
come up.—Boston Herald. I
‘Wets’ Favored
Through Report
Wkkenhun, Read of Commission.
Says Mere Comfort For Them
Than Dry*.
Boston.—Chairman Wicker&ham
of the law enforcement commission
today Interpreted the commission's
prohibition report as holding more
comfort for the "wets'’ than ths
"d*ys."
Re expressed surprise that "the
most vehement criticism" had come
from anti-prohibition sources, add
ing he thought "the ‘wets’ would
have derived more encouragement
from the report and the separate
statements of the commissioners
attached to it than the ’dry*.”'
The 73-year-old commission chair
man Included this statement in a
luncheon address before the Boston
chamber of commerce,
j Hitting out various criticisms of
the prohibition report, Wlclcerehsm
asserted it was untrue that the
commission’s conclusions and rec
ommendations “were utterly at var
iance with the report.”
He denied flatly statements that
the dry law study had cost $500,000,
or “upwards of $5 a word.” The total
amount expended upon It, he said,
was $56.95859, addition of overhead
expenses leaving the cost below
$100,000. The commission technical
ly ceases to exist after Julj 1.
Discussing reactions to the com
mission report, Wlckersham said
comments of “the dry press and of
dry organisations" had been friend
ly. Qontlnuing, he said:
“In the past there has been much
well founded complaint of the ex
treme intolerance of the prohibi
tionists. Their peculiar characteris
tics of late appear to have been ap
propriated bf their opponents. Apl
patently a large body of anti-pro
hiblttonlsts expected the commission
to find a way for them to secure li
quor with ease and were enraged
BAKING
POWDER
SAME
PRICE
forovtr
40 y*°rS
//>
double
acting
25
OUNCES FOR
25*
MILLIONS Of BOUNDS USED
BY OUR COVERNMENT
| when we failed to do so "
Wickersham spoke at length upon
[the reported "differences’- between
the Individual reports of the 11 com
missioners and their brief conclu
sions. He contended the differences
mainly were confined to remedies
suggested for recognised ills.
--
Examples Of Giving
To Christian Schools
Donations by Duke and Bryan Re
called. Their Generosity Should
Be An Example.
fBy R L. Bolton)
Mr. James B. Duke did much for
I the business expansion of No-t.i
Carolina. He rejoiced in every for
ward movement of the Old North
State. The Carolina* challenged him
and he poured millions Into there
! states. He had a way of looking at
things as they were, weighing the
facts, and making his decisions
It is exceedingly significant that
this man of “big business" saw
to leave millions in his will to
tlan education. Through his mltllons
one of the small church colleges of
North Carolina suddenly became one
of the richest college* in America j
tHis generous donations wm cut tr
many directions, old preach *ra and
country churches were not totgot
ten. “A little Baptist School In
South Carolina was handsomely re
membered, receiving nearly fct -
1000.000.
Mr. William Jenlngs Bryan give
$50,000 to a small Christian college
In Tennessee just before his d«a*h
Dr. Howard Kelly, one at the big
four” of Johns Hopkins Medical
school. Baltimore, Md. a ony-tc-tan
of international reputation, an* a
world-wide authority on -adium,
has recently accepted a trust* vshlp
in the school to which Mr. Bryan
gave so generously, A PhD trnn
Yala has accepted the headship of
the science department.
Another Christian school :n Chi
cago, has recently come into posses
slon erf a very valuable plx* of
property on one of the leading
streets, through the generosity of a
wealthy man who gave wisely. This
‘little Christian school” a low year®
ago had little. How It is worth mil
lions.
We believe that good days arc
ahead for the Christian college Men
like Mr. Bryan and Mr. Duke 'o‘nt
ed the way for wise giving- The
South cannot abide without the
Christian religion The churches
C-Xt or THE CRUCIBLE Of 3 TEARS’ USE
COftttS thtf • * w |r w'"*% jk <w^
j year
GUARANTEE
mnJ
NEW LOW PRICES
F< thrifty homes throughout the country, you’ll had
overwhelming proof of the expense-free perform
ance of General Electric Refrigerators Now *■ with
price redaction*—General Electric announces a 5-Year
Guarantee. Every new General Electric Refrigerator
>• warranted tree from service
expense for three long year*.
The simple mechanism it sealed
in the gleaming Monitor Top,
permanently oiled—safe from air,
moistv'e apd dirt. Cabinets are
all steel — porcelain -lined—easy
to clean — broom-room beneath.
Accessible temperature coon 11
plus three rones of cold, meant
insane response to every need.
At new low prices enjoy General
Electric convenience and econo
my now.
Ufa mi in tka Ganaaal
Vattrie NiuMi trandiati
Han Ssamaisj Mini, n
a nauaa-wtd* N-B.C
aituark
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC
ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATOR
'aimercl*1 Refrieeratore Electric Water Coolers
Electric Milk Coolers
Robert C. Hord
fOUTHERN REFRIGERATION
Charlotte Distributor*
and the Christian homes raind
have the support of some Cn HUsva
schools.
Let t.he people ol Shelby and Clev
eland county support by {Ohetons
donations Bolling Springs junior
college and they are but l allowing
the example of Mr. Duke. Owj riMi
of business. and Mr Bryan the
Christian statesman.
It Is a ptt-y that the farmer can t
make as much money out of a good
hog as the city man can out of a
blind pig, -Louisville Times.
A* we understand the situation
the Democrats ar* fighting among
themselves to decide whether tliev
shall fight among themselves now or
later.—Virginian-Pilot,
HOSlKKv HOSPITAL, Inc
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CURES BABY’S COLD
NO
OTHER CAR . .
PRICED NEAR
THE NEW. . .
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OFFERS SO. .
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CAR FEATURES
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TWO-DO OR SEDAN
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F.O 8. LANSING
HAWKINS BROS
s. Lafayette street
TOOTS AND CASPER- The PrUoner.
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40 POVvfNTOWN,
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WE-LL be. BACK 1
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CASPER.'.
h.L keep
the.
home fires
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PIP You LOCK
THE DESK IN YOUR .
PEN «=>0 THEY CANT]
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through;
OUR MAIL./
CAMPER?
THEY COULD PRY
OPEN MY DESI-C
W*TH A HAIR-PIN,
TOOTS. BUT l
HAVE AN IDEA'.
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l MINUTE *
n i « v*n*w * r
& mi King Ffcatum* Syndicate. Iftc-Crfi tigitam nghtt reserved.^!
the THlN<Sr TO DO
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OF mY Den anp take,
the vceY with Mb.',
that makes* my
MAIL DOUBLY SAFE*.
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afternoon
The “Strategist.”
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BEANIE P0E5N-T kNOW VALUES!
i paid #30.°-? a 'Yard pop -the cut
VELVET TO COVER THIS SETTEE, AND IT
4rETS MT 6OAT 'WHEN BEANIE. SPRAWLS
V HIMSELP OUT WITH H'S PEET ON IT1.
--- I'LL keep HIM PROM SPRAWLING
ON rr A4-AIN IF l HAVE TO SIT
HERE 24 HOURS A DAT*
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