During' the months of
March a large number of j
people came in and started 1
B. & L. Shares with us. j
They are still coming in. It
ig a good sign of better
days. People are holding
. down expenses, saving their
money, and investing it in
good safe, sound TV & L.
When you invest your
money here it is not only
SAFE but it helps to keep
the wheels of our town and
There’s a large number
of good people in Shelby
and Cleveland county who
wish to secure loans on
good first mortgages.
There are others who wish
to build and others who
wish to improve.
When you invest your
money here it enables us to
make these people loans—
which keeps business going,
furnishing men work, and
stores busy, the lumbermen
and their plants running—
AND YOUR MONEY IS
SECURED BY FIRS T
'MORTGAGE ON REAL
ESTATE. ALL L 0 A N S
PASSED ON BY LOAN
BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
AND ATTORNEYS FOR
No loan is made for full
value but about half value.
Our association has nev
er lost a dollar, nor taken
back a piece of property.
Invest in Our B. &
Mevr Series Opens Satur
day .April The Uh
$1.00 pex- week will car- '
ry 4 shares to maturity,
which will be $400.00 in 353
weeks. Most any one can
save a dollar or more a
week. Try it. Start in our
next series, April 4th. Take
out as many shares as you
can possibly carry.
— THANK YOl —
.1. L. SUTTLK.
Secretary A Treasurer.
India’s iron Man
j This leraafkab'e picture shows
Mahatma Gandhi appi’oae .. : -.e
viceregal palace an New Dei]).,
- India, where hi* peace meeting
with Lord Irwin restored amity be
tween India arid Britain, with
I many of the rights for 'which.this
withered leader of hundred, of
millions has been fight,ny.
Co-operative, hftg and -poyllry sale;1,
jin Beaufort county last wee’.; neUed
- the growers S2.33G.31, report.* Coun
jty Farm. Agent K P. Welch
j A cooperative carload oI dolouii*
, tic limestone containing 32 tom was
delivered to a group of farmers near
aims in Wilson county lust week.
| Cooltdgc says that boosting luxe.,
j depresses wages. Not to. speak'- of
the taxpayer.—Weston 'Leader.
| Most of us won't 0 be contented
| with our lot till it's a lot mo.o •
j Arkansas Gazette
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HUS, Kfi.NN liUt.'l. fcdltoi.
i«i«jpno»c l lie star' No. 4-j iiach Morning 6 iu |«i ooi<ici.
Mrs. Drum cau oe reootteU at Oei Home, Phone 713, ulluniuoi; anti nights
The:. condescend a strictly casual
And gingerly take each Other;. Un
ger I !)>•"••
While v i.rcis of hate i i- i- .-tinging to
l hey spruit «>f church bazaars. the
She who was smut! and quiet and
She who was .slim and windy-wnd
The years have molded into .age and
Their eyes may say which way their
lives were bent
He ha-; btci. u re! these, twenty
year; or more,
Hi; strong, glad lip ah: . dust-ui-s
soh ed and mute.
Vet still lie stand;: between them a.s
When first he offered them love's
They pari at length, pi am-bonneted,
The one he married and the one he
.Mrs, Robert Ilord
To entertain Club.
Mr;.. Robert Hotel writ be. hostess
to members of the Conlfeniporary
bock club at a regular meeting on
Tuesday afternoon at' 4 .o’clock at
•her-apartment on S. DeKalb; street.
Club To .Meet.
i Mrs. I.cr B. Weathers wilt be host
ess to members of the Twentieth
Century club st a regular meeting
ion Friday afternoon at. 4 o'clock, en
tertaining at her home on W Mar
Meeting Of Chieora
Tire regular meeting of the Chi
cora club, scheduled to be held this
week with Mrs. Paul Webb as host
ess has been postponed Indefinitely.
Announcement will be made later as
to when the meeting will take place.
i The fashionable resort of Hot 4
! Springs, Aik., expects a great
; onslaught of divorce, business, .]
following passage of a new 90
day residence clause in the
State's divorce statutes. By en
> m-tmoiit of this law Arkansas i
will compete for the huge di- [
votce business done fey Nevada.
Clerk Watty Parker (left) and j
Judge W. It. Duffy fright), of I
Chancery Court, me .getting j
ready for business.
Figures in [New York Probe
Nearly all departments ot the
I New Yorlf City government vriji
become immediate UJ^ets of
I 'nv»*tlgatto» bv Commissjtma.)
iiaiiiuel Seabury < left), ap.
j vaiXiltd Guv#fuwr Ryoaastj:
> (lower) to Inquire into charge* i
| of iiicompeiency and malfotui
I ance agwinn Distm-t Attorney 1
i Tboma* <X T. £. Crain fright), I
, the TO ye*r-o!d Tammany pro**
' motor and former Jasuce,
Second Division Ol
Club To Meet,
The second afternoon division ol
the Woman's club will meet onj
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at the,
club loom with Mrs. J R.. Robinson.!
Mis. D. D. Pou, and Miss Elizabeth
Ebeltoft acting as hostesses. All
members are cordially invited and
urged to attend.
Mrs. E. V. Webb
Entertains Club. |
Mrs. E. V. Webb was a gracious!
hostess on Friday afternoon to mem- i
bers of the 20tli Century literary j
club entertaining at he rattractivo!
hciu. on South Washington street j
Tilt rooms in which the guests as-!
cm bled were arranged with peach!
blossoms and a variety of other!
spring- flowers. Mrs. C, R. Hoey gave
an interesting discussion of Ireland,
taking up some of her celebrities 1
and some of her national problems, i
Mrs. B. L. Smith, gave an attractive j
talk on Current Topics. At the close j
of the program the hostess served!
a salad course with sweets. !
Mrs. Carl Thompson and Mis..
Lilly Woods were guests of the club
! on this occasion.
Mr. And .Mrs. Latigliridgt
Entcrtain At Bridge.
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. : Laughridga
were cordial lioste at a pretty bridge]
i party at their home on Thursday
evening. Mixed spring flowers were
m>ed as decorations and the details
of the party were suggestive of the
approaching Easter season. Nine
tables were arranged tor bridge and]
the guests found their places with]
pretty little Easter tallies. When]
scores were added Mrs. Ed McCurry
j received a pretty boudoir pillow as
! first prize for ladies and Mr. Frank
I Heavis won a deck of cards as gen -'
tlenten's lngh score. Mrs. Basil!
Goode was given a piece of entbrold- ]
ered linen as second high award foi l
ladies and Mr. Merle Green won a |
box of cigarettes as second high!
prize for gentlemen.
Mrs. Laughridge was assisted by!
' Mrs. Wilbur Baber, Mrs. Fred Bab- ]
er, Mrs. Ed McCurry and Mrs. Edj
Post in serving an ice and sweet I
course. A color note of green and
yellow appeared on the plates which i
were arranged to give the appear-]
anee of poached egg on toast, and a I
little yellow biddle decorated each)
of the plates.
THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Offers Many Attractive Reduced
Round Trip Excursion Fares foi
Easter Holidays and Spring Va
EASTER EXCURSION FARES
Round Trip Easter Excursion
Fares on Sale to Many Points in
the Southeastern States.
ONE FARE PLUS Si.00 FOR
THE ROUND TRIP. DATES OF
SALE APRIL 1st. 2nd. 3rd and
1th. LIMIT 13 DAYS FOR
DATE OF SALE.
WEEK END EXCURSION
Round trip week End Excursion
Fares on sale to many points lit
the Southeastern states. Tickets
on sale on each Friday. Satur
day and forenoon trains Sundays
March 27th, to October 25th
1931. One Fare plus 1-5 fare for
the round trip. Limit midnight
foiowing Tuesday. (Minimum Ex
cursion fare 50 cents.)
SUNDAY EXCURSION FARES
Effective Sunday March ?9th, to
Sunday October 25th 1931 the
Southern Railway will sell Sun
day excursion tickets between all
stations on the Southern RnH
v ay Lines where the oneway fare
is not less than 13 cents ror more
than $3.60 on basis approximately
one cent tlci per mile in eV'h
direction lor the round trip
tickets on sale Sunday morning
trains scheduled to leave prior ‘r
r.oon limit returning to starting
point prior to midnight date oi
sale. (Tickets good in t'oache?
VISIT THE BEAUTIFUL MAC.
NOLI A AND MIDDLETON
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Greatly reduced round trip ex
cursion fares to Charleston. S. c.
round trip from
SHEI.BV. N. C. St ‘to
Dates of sale March 27th, and J
28tli, and April 3rd and 4th, 19C1,
limit midnight Wednesday fol
lowing date of sale
Round trip fares on sale one
fare plus 1-2 fare for tr.e round
trip March 18th, 19th. 20th, 21st,
24th. 25th, 20th. 31st. Acrii 1st,
2nd, 8th. 9th, 10th. 11th, 18th,
17th, and 18th, limit 7 days irum
date of sale.
Ask Ticket Agents.
It. H. GRAHAM
Division Passenger Agent
CHARLOTTE. N. C
Try Star Want Ad*
READ OUT LOUD
ANN HARDING CONRAD NAGEL — CLIVE BROOK —
BERYL MERCER—CECILIA LOFTUS—and 3718 Other..
GIVING WOMAN HER RIGHTEOUS PLACE IN
THE SUN OF A MAN’S WORLD
Do You Blame
Packed With Truth
Life was cheating her
of the only beautiful
thing her soul ever
Does she deserve it?
Does she get it?
YOU SAID “COMMON CLAY” WAS GOOD—BUT WAIT ’TILL
YOU SEE “EAST LYNNE.”
A $3.50 SHOW FOR 10c AND 25c
TODAY AND TUESDAY