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The Following Cash Prices will be Paid
Heavy Hens .... 18c
Leghorn Hens.. 15c
Colored Broilers, 2 lb. and up ... 30c
Colored Broilers, Under 2 lb. and
Roosters ... 9c
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SEABOARD FARMERS MUTUAL
By B. AUSTELL, President
R. W. SHOFFNER, County Agent
The Wonder Picture of the Century. Big
ger and Better than “The Itirth Of A Na
tion. Liberty Magazine gives it 4 Stars.
Every School Boy and Girl Should See
Personally Directed By D. W. Griffith.
— CLIP THIS COUPON —
And 15c Will Admit One Adult To
See “Abraham Lincoln.”
10c and 25c
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And 5c Will Admit One School Child
Under 10 Years Old To See
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JOAN CRAWFORD In
“DANCE FOOLS, DANCE”
See The Pick Of The Pictures At
i LOCAL and*
i • PERSONAL News
Mr. W. S. Beam spent the week
end in Asheville as guest of Dr. and
Mrs. C. M. Beam.
Mrs. W. J. Walker and Miss Mar
tha Walker, of Four Deposit. Md..
are visiting Mr. anil Mrs. U. II. Wal
jkcr on S. DeKalb street.
Mr. and Mrs. Horlo Bridges an
nounce the birth of a daughter at
their home on March 30.
Mrs. S. E. Hoey and Mr. Ralph!
Hoey attended the funeral of Mv.
| Joe Wadsworth In Charlotte on Sat-j
i urday. Mrs. Wadsworth Is a niece of j
l Mrs. Hoey’s.
Miss Emily Spivey, of the. Rock
Hill, S. C„ high school faculty, spent
the week-end here visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Costner, of
the Shelby mill village, announce
the birth of a daughter at their
home on Marcli 18.
Mrs. E. G. Byers and little daugh
ter, Lucille, of Marion, spent the
day here Saturday at the home of
Mrs. D. A. Wliisonant. They were
accompanied home on Saturday aft
ernoon by Miss Ruth Whisonant who
will be their guest for several days.
Friends of Mrs. Julia Abernetliv, i
who is spending some time here
with her daughter, Mrs. B. L. Smith,
will be distressed to know that she
fell last Wednesday evening and
suffered rather painful injuries. She
is reported as resting more comfort
Mrs. L. B. Abernethy, of Gastonia,
arrived here yesterday to spend a
few days at the home of Capt. and
Mrs. B. L. Smith.
Miss Ruth Laughridge, of Queens
Chicora college at Charlotte, spent
the week-end at home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Laugh
Miss Ouida Mundy, Miss Ettahe1
Messes and Mrs. Lowery Suttle spent
the day in Charlotte on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Webb and their
son, Billy Webb, spent the week
end in Thoniasriil e visiting rela
Mr. peFay Costner from the Ce
cil Business college, Asheville, sprat
last week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Plato Costner of Beams
Dr. and Mrs. Howard Higgins and
little daughter, Martha, of Spar
tanburg, spent Sunday night with
Dr. Higgins’ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Higgins in Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Higgins visit
ed Mrs. Higgins’ brother, Mr. W. N.
Boggs, In north Iredell Sunday. Aj
two-inch snow fell In that section
during the day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shannonhcuse
are in Richmond where Mr. Shan
nonhouse is taking treatment in a
Mrs. Lowery Austell and Infant]
daughter were able to leave the hos
pital and return to their home at
Patterson Springs on Saturday.
Mrs. James C. Matthal and baby
left the hospital to return to their
Mrs. E. F. Wilier and little son,
Bilk of Charlotte, arrived here this
morning to spend several days as the
guest of Miss Ouida Mundy.
The many friends of Mr. J. J. Mc
Murry, sr., who was quite ill in Flor
ida last week, will be happy to learn
that a report from him yesterday
was to the effect that he is much,
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Dellinger, of
Cherryville, were here yesterday
afternoon to visit the latter’s moth
er. Mrs. Julia Abernethy, at the
home of Capt. and Mrs. B. L. Smith.
Mrs. Abernethy is in bed recovering
from a fall which she suffered last
Mrs. Mamie Crews, who has been
in the hospital for the past few
weeks undergoing treatment, is
some what better today.
Miss Ella Lipscomb spent the day
in Greenville with friends yesterday.1
Miss Sara Little underwent an
operation in the Galfpcy hospital
last week and is recovering nicely.
Mrs, A. C. farmer, Mrs. H, E. Rich *
bourg and Mr. Louis Rlchbourg
went to Gaffney ye.iterday after
noon to pay her a visit.
Mrs. L. E. Ligop has been in the
Shelby hospital for the past week
where she Is undergoing treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Hennessa
of Charlotte spent the week-end
here with Mrs. P. L. Hennessa
at her home on W. Marion street.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Beam an
nounce the birth of a daughter
Mildred Bettis, at the Shelbv hospi
tal on Saturday morning
Miss Margaret Lee, who >\ is criti
cally ill last week with diphtheria
and scarlet fever Is reported as much
improved rnd hope 1j now held out
for her recovery.
Mrs. George Rlchbourg and chil
dren, of Statesville, are spending
this week with Mrs. Ulchbourg's
patents. Mr. and Mrs. Green near
Miss Lois Turner has recently en
tered the Appalachian Hall, at
Asheville, tor trahiins.
Mrs, Hackett 0. W.bon and
daughter, Carolyn, have returned
from Kent, Ohio, where they spent
a month with Mrs. Wilson’s parents.
At The Theaters
Probably the mast vitally inter
esting and sensationally dramatic
offering of the silver screen so far!
this year is "East Lynne," with the!
internationally cast including Ann
Harding, Conrad Nagel, Clive Brook,
Beryl Mercer and Cecilia Loftus,
Tlie cast hi itself Would suggest rare
entertainment. As a story that
boasts thirty dramatic scenes Fast
Lynne is a picture that is really
worth your time to sec. Carolina
theatre today and Tuesday.
Fortunate for students of history
and admirers of "Honest Abe" Is
the new picture at the Webb thea
tre today and tomorrow—"Abraham
Lincoln,” starring Walter Huston, of
“Gentlemen of the Press” fame. The
peculiar phase of Lincoln’s charac
ter when he was frightened away
from the prospect of marriage to
Mary Todd is revealed in IJ W.
Griffith’s United Artist production.
Huston, in ills portrayal of Lincoln,
is assisted by Una Merkel. Shelby
has long awaited the coming of this
Nearly 7,000 pounds 61 iespedcza
Snd grass seed has been ordered by
Cumberland county farmers this
season In starting new pastures and
for hay and soil Improvement.
New Milk plant.
The Guilford Co-operative Dairy
association delivered, milk through
their own co-operative plant for the
first time on Saturday, March C.
Fertilizers for this season’s crops
are being purchased for cash
through a cooperative pool by Alle
ghany county farmers.
The attitude of congress on the
bonus is that 4,000,000 votes can’t be
FOR RENT TO MARRIED COlT
ple: Four rooms with privilege of
kitchen and bath. \V. V. Weathers,
phone 264, South DeKalb St. 3t 23p
WE HAVE THREE
good eleven hundred
pound mules for sale.
Doggett & Lackey,
Shelby, N. C. 2t-23c
LOST—ONE SMALL FE
MALE hound. White and!
black spots. Answers to name
of Spot. L. A. Philips and W.
B. Foster, Shelby, Box 514 on
collar. Reward for informa
tion or dog. W. B. Foster, ltp
LET US TRADE
you a new set of Atlas
tires guaranteed for
12 months. Liberal al
lowance for your old
tires. Doggett & Lack
ey, Shelby, N. C. 2te
FOUND: SHRINE PIN. APPLY
at Star office, identify and pay for
this ad. It 23p
IF YOUR OLD BAT
TERY is w e a k we
will trade you a new
one and take in your
old one at a fair price.
Doggett & Lackey,
Shelby, N. C. 2t-23c
LOST: FORD AUTO NUMBER
378-578 and tire carrier. Notify J. B.
Williams, 917 S. LaFayette street.
SOME GOOD MOD
EL A Fords and Chev
rolets at real bargain
prices. Doggett And
Lackey, Used Car
Dealers, Shelby N.
Should a Widower Abandon
His Three Children ToMarry a
Widow Who Doesn’t Want’Em?
I Editor Star
An unknown friend of m:»n via |
i train wliat lie writes, one of!
yours, wishes to profit by my ex- j
pcrience through your psncr. Fot
| lits sake, I give him the dope, rnb
| joct to your approval. I with-hnld
my name for- the same purpose that
he did his. His letter reads:
My Very Dear-•
Realizing that you have ta **>n oyer
the road that I am thinking of trav
eling. I wish that you would give nw
your best advice through Tl.e Star.
I am mre The Star will gisdly do
this if you will only be so kind bs
to write the letter.
Here t am, a widower, three lots,
a sweetheart that I love more flux,
life itself. But before she will nnury
me, I must give up my kids. Shed
says she only wants me, and will !
not take my kids. I can't lira with-'
out her, so please tell me what ij
am to do.
In Troubie i
My friend, you may be in trouble,
and it looks like to me you ure
about to get In something worse
I can not understand wiry yon
picked me to rail on. I think you
.should have taken this up with
Dorothy Dix. >
Well if you can't live without her,
cs you sajv the only thing I can tec
for you to do is to let some one have
your children and go marry her.
But remember, my boy, these kid,
are your own blood and flesh, and I
am afraid when you lay down at
| night to sleep you’ll hear their cries
for daddy, and that you will spend
many, many restless nights tossing
to-and-fro, longing for them, Too,!
at Christmas time you will want to
remember them with a little sift,
land when yo udon’t I'm afraid that
sweet little darling of yours will be
jealous and your love nest will go
to pieces. There are thousand? of,
things that’s going to come up that
you axe not expecting*And m the
' first place this woman don t love
; you, if She did she could not ask
, you to part with your own blood and
For my part I wouldn't marry her j
if she would agree to take the kids.
Now tliat she has already showed
her dislike for them, your tvnr.e
could not be nothing only a h — on
| earth. So if I'm your friend take
my advice and lay off of her, and T
don’t believe* VA give you bad ad
vice, if I'd say all of 'em.
P. S. I think you owe me your
name. Don’t you? Please remit.
Early Bird Grabs
The Worm And Job
Woodruff.—V. Fowler, a carpen
ter, believes that the early bird
catches the worm.
Walking into a store operated by i
C. G. Edwards, he applied for the
job of repairing a roof on a tenant
house belonging to Mr. Edwards.
“There’s nothing the matter with j
that roof,” said Mr. Edwards.
‘•yes there is,” said the carpen
ter. “It is burning off right now and
the city firemen are extinguishing
the blaze. Soon as they get out of1
the way, I can begin putting a new
He got the job. i
ON SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET
HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN
—And Miniature Golf Is Part Of The
Last Summers’ golf fans will again be at their favorite
rendezvous .., getting the same old thrill, trying to get
back the same old skill. It’s fun and it’s fascinating
to play Pater Pan Golf.
We’ll have a formal opening in just a few days. Wean
while, come along and get in training for the happy days
and nights that Peter Pan Golf will gjve you.
18 Holes of Healthful Recreation
- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT -
New Bern Is To
New Bern. March 22.—Craven,
county physicians have recommend -
ed that the city of New Bern and
county of Craven each appropriate
$t25 a month for a proposed Hos
pital Charity loan fund for the use
of needy hospital cases in St. Luktt
hospital here, rather than go In
with Pamlico, .Jones and Onslow
counties In the establishment of a I
four-county hospital near here. j
No. 1 Township
News Of Week
Irthur Kirkendoll Weds Mias Bertha ,
(.Special to The Star.)
Mrs. J. A. Anthony and little
J. lighter, Martha Louis, spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Mr.
Monroe Bell near Grover.
Mr. Charles McCurry spent the j
week-end 'with relatives at Biastside.
Arnold and Bonnie MeSwain spent
Sunday night with their uncle of
Little Howard Lemons of Patter
son spent Tuesday afternoon with
his sister, Miss A. G. Lemons.
Mr. and Mrs. J P. Olover of Pat-!
terson spent Sunday with their par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Glover. I
Mrs. Ollle Goforth of Rutherford -
ton spent Sunday and Monday night i
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. 3.
Mr, Joe Eaker motored to Morgan
tan on business last Tuesday.
Miss Mary Hambright of Shelby
visited her grandparents Sunday.
Messrs. Carl and Bill McSwaln of
Beams Mill spent Saturday night
with their uncle, Mr. John Mc
Mr. and Mis. John Browning and
children and Mrs. Prank Browning
and Mr. Prank Glover Of Shelby
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrr.
Mrs. Geneva Glover and little
son spent Friday afternoon with
Mrs. T. J. Glover.
Mr. Arthur Klrkendoll and MUs
Bertha Thrift were married Satur
day March 14 at Gaffney, B. C.
Their many friends wish them a
long and happy life. They are mak
ing their home with the groom'a
The birthday dinner which waa at
the hpme of Mr. and Mrs. P. M
Thrift Sunday was largely attend
Oyster Supper At
Northbrook No. 3
The Daughters of America May
flower council will serve an oyster
supper at North Brook No. 3 sehocl
building Wednesday night, Mareh
Two short plays will be rendered.
Ail kinds of refreshments will be for
sole. Two quilts will be sold at auc
tion. which have ben pieced and
Quilted by the ladies of the council.
It Pay* To Advertise
They Sparkle Like Value.; Thak .Cost Three
Times As Much.
All set in IS-karat white gokl itiotmuiii;.'. Another
sln-ewd purchase by I lain rick ^ makes this opportunity
If you can’t come to tiie store, yet your order
in the mail as early as you possibly can, for the
number of diamonds in each price range is
T. W. HAMRICK CO*
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They are cleaned by the latest improved clari
fying system of 650 gallons capacity.
This system enables us to keep clean, pure
cleaning solvent at all times.
IT’S THE CLEANING THAT COUNTS IN
Here you pay for only satisfactory dry clean
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SHELBY, N. C.
BECAUSE 90% OF CLEVE
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IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER
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