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FKEE MAP OF THE COM
plete highway system ol
Cleveland county, showing
the roads taken over by the
state under the new highway
law. You can secure one ol
these maps 16x17 inches by
paying $1 or more on sub
scriptiOn to The Star, tf 4p
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. U C. Davis, next door to
Efird'a l appreciate your patron
age. large or small tf 16c
USED AUTO PARTS
PINK IRON & METAL CO.
Trade Alley, Phone 580.
tf-30c
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
users In Cleveland county of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert C. Hard, Dealer, S.
Washington St., Shelby. tf 25c
FREE, NEW HIGHWAY
map of Cleveland county
showing the 793 miles of roads
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
L E T 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
FOR RENT: SIX-ROOM HOUSE.
415 North Washington 8t. Immed
iate occupancy. Louis M. Hamrick,
phene 105. tf 4c
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. Mauney Radio
service, S. Washington St., Phone
&18. tf 6c
NOW OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Washing and greasing. Standard
Products and Service. Stanley and
Son, Corner LaFayette and Sumter
Streets, Phone 643-J. 6t 20c
SEE GOO.'ALEXANDER POR
tine watch repairing. Prices moder
ate. Your work appreciated. Next*
door to Stephenson Drug Store.
12t Mch 23p
” FOR SALE—SEED
Corn, Golden Yellow*
two ear prolific. D. A.
Beam Co. Phone 130.
3t-23c
FOR SALE: A GOOD BABY
carriage. Phone 794. 2t 23p
GET YOUR MULE SHOED a£l
round lor 50c, you to furnish shoes.
Bull tongue and twister plows re
pointed and sharpened, two for 5c.
Heeler plows sharpened for 7 1-2 to
15c each. Bring your corn to our
mill. Com cleaned and ground.
Proctor and Gold between Metcalfs
and Double Shoals. 3t 23c
SHELBY POTATO STORAGE
house will start treating potatoes
March 26, 1931. Three cents per
bushel will be charged. 3t 23c
iFYOUROL^ BAT
TERY is weak we
will trade you a new
one and take in your
old one at a fair price.
Doggett& Lackey,
Shelby, N. C. 2t-23c
COMPLETE RE
Babbiting- service. See
us for all parts.
Mauney Auto Parts
Co. tfc
, FOR SALE 1 MARE iStSI
years old, good quiet mule weighs
1,060 pounds of more price reason
able. W. S. ’ Fortenberry Kings
Mountain R-2. l-35p
~QUXT any nasty injurious
expensive tobacco habit »asilv. in
expensively, without dmgs. Ad
dress R. YV 9ioS.es Mohawk, Flor
ids, i-25p
THE STAR IS WORTH
the price asked—less than the
cost of a 2c postage stamp
per issue, but a new highway
map showing the 793 miles oi
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
JUST RECEIVED A FRiiSH
supply of Garden seed. Loose L:ans
and com. We have them. See x. be
fore you make garden. Hord and Son
Lawndale. 9.163
CUSTOM HATCHING
done, 2c an egg. Bring eggs
on Tuesdays. H. McConnell,
Fallston Road. tf 27c
SOME GOOD M~6eT
EL A Fords and Chev
rolets at real bargain
prices. Doggett And
Lackey, Used Car
Dealers, Shelby, N.
C. 2t-23c
IT COSTS BUT A FEW CENTS
a day to protect your Income when
disabled from sickness or accident.
Write for full details. North Ameri
dftn Accident Insurance Co., Box
Shelby, N. C. tf 23c
Specials This Week
Eagle Brand Milk __17c
Campbell’s Soups, 3 cans 25c
Lima Beans, 3 cans_... 25c
Kraut, No. 2 cans; 3 for _ 25c
Banner Oats, 3 for ______ 25c
Home Made Syrup, gal. „ 75c
Grapefruit, 6 for__ 25c
White Fish, 3 lbs. ______ 25c
Washing Powder, 7 for 25c
Brillo, 4 for___25c
C. H. REINHARDT
SOUTH SHELBY ltc
BRAKE LINING At
prices you can afford
to pay. Mauney Auto
Parts Co. tfc
CALL 833 AND LET US SEND
for your car and Wash or Grease tt
for 75c each- The Auto Inn, next to
the Whiteway Dry Cleaners, tf 30c
FOR PLUMBING
and Repairing- Phone
329, W. T. Bandall.
_ 9t-llc
CALL US FOR
Plumbing and heat
ing, new and remod
eling. Repairing done
promptly. Modern
Heating and Plumb
ing Co., Phone 569. tf
MR. PARMER: YOUR BEST
| crop insurance Is a good Standard
! Southern Fertilizer made by Na
vassa Guano Co. See J. J. Latti
more. Agent. tf 18c
JOHN MCARTHUR'S TIN SHOP.
If you need a tinner go to McAr
thur's Shop for guttering, roofing
and repair work. Opposite James
Tiddy’s Shop. 3t 23c
FOR RENT TO MARRIED COU
ple: Four rooms with privilege of
kitchen and bath. W. Y. Weathers,
phone 264, South DeKalb St. 3t 23p
~WE HAVE THREE
good eleven hundred
pound mules for sale.
Doggett & L a c k e y,
Shelby, N. C. 2t-23c
CYLINDERS RE
BORED and honed,
n i s 10 n s and rings.
Mauney Auto Parts
Co. tfc
WANTED: A JOB AS COOK OR
maid. Can furnish first class refer
ence. Telephone 793. 4t 20p
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM HOUSE
on West Warren 8t. All conven
iences. Nat Bowman. tf 4o
DR. SCHOLLS, Foot
specialist, will be at
A. V. Wray & 6 Sons
on Friday, April 3rd.
Free examination.
4t-25c
FOR SALE: BED AND
Dresser, at a Bargain, almost
new new. Call 611, 2t-25p
Mt. Sinai News
OfCurrznt Week
String Music at Home of Mr. and
Mr*, tabron Bridge*. Mr. Put
nam in Hospital.
(Star News Bureau) •
Shelby. R-2. Mar 24 —Rev. J. L.
Jenkins filled his regular appoint
ments at the church Saturday and
Sunday afternoons, bringing a very
interesting message both times.
Mr. and Mrs Thurman Hamrick
and Miss Selma Hamrick of Poplar
Springs were callers in the com
munity Wednesday
A number of friends of Mr and
Mrs. Lebron Rogers enjoyed a
Thursday. String music was furn
ished by Messrs. Loy McSwain, Le
bron Rogers, Miller Ellis. Gordon Fi
lls and son Master Yancy Etiis.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Billy McSwain, Mr. and Mrs.
Brady McSwain and two children
Eulan and Waynette and Mrs. Atha
Pinson from near Lattlmore; Mr.
and Mrs. B. O. RandaiU and Mi ;ses
Era and Caroline Randall of Piney
Grove; Mr. and Mr'. R O Ellis aict
children and Mr. Reuben McSwain
ot tens community,
Mrs. David Champion returned to
home Friday evening, having spent
pari of last week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Clnrence Self, of Shelby
Miss Magaltne Wright, of Earl
spent last Thursday night with nee ;
schoolmate, Miss Vernia Ellis.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Weaver of
Gaffney and Mrs. J, D. Branton of
this community were visitors in •*
Shelby Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hamrick arc
children and Mr. and Mrs. Ellie 1
Clary and children of Flint - 'll, |
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.
A, Clary Friday.
Mr. L, R. Putnam and son Ilyin j
Putnam, attended preaching service j
at the First Baptist church of She'
by, Sunday morning.
Miss Norine Rollins of Gaffney ;
spent Sunday at the home of her!
mother, Mrs. J. H. Rollins.
Mr. L. Y. Putnam who has been sick
for the past week entered a hospital
in Charlotte where he will undergo
treatment Monday afternoon Htj.
was accompanied to Charlotte by
his wife and brother Mr, Baxter
f Putnam of Shelby. We hope he will
soon be able to return home.
Mr. Mai Hopper of Shelby was a
visitor in this section Friday after
noon.
Mr. J. M. Hunt's mother of Cliff
side is spending some time with Mr
and Mrs. Hunt and children of this
community.
Mrs. David Champion Is sick at ]
the time of this writing
Mr. and Mr. R. N. Hawkins and
son Bobby, of Shelby called at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hawkins
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. L. R. Putnam and sons
Messrs Hyth and Crete Putnam and
Misses Edna and Ocle Putnam vis
ited Mr and Mrs. L. R Putnam a
while Sunday night.
IS FAMILY TREE
FULL COLOR
Kinston—Jim Brown, who re
cently moved here from New York
State, claims a highly colorful fam
ily tree.
| He is descended from the Greens
of Flatbush, and his wife was a
| Gray, relatives of the New Haven
Blacks Brown's sister married a
| White and a brother married a
Thann, pronounced "Tan.”
Old-time family clam bakes on
Long Island Sound used to be at
tended by Abe Redd and a Mrs.
Yellowly, but they weren't kin,
Brown says.
Flint Hill News
Of Current Week
Young People Elect Officers. Mr.
Blanton in Hospital. Personal
News of Interest.
(Special to The Star.)
Flint Hill*, Mar. 23.—There was a [
very large crowd at B. Y. P. U Sun
day afternoon. The following offi
cers were elected: President, Law
rence Blanton; vice-president Mis*
Lois Harrill: Bible reader-'*: ador.
Miss Gladys Harrill; seeretar , M‘ss
Quella Martin; corresponding so -re
tary. Miss Myrtle Harrill; -reasurer,
Boyce Davis; group captain No, 1,
Joe Ret Ledbetter; No. 2 Miss Alma
Pearson; No. 3 Miss Blanche liai
son; No. 4 Buren Ledbetter; choirs
ter, Grady Blanton, organist Miss
Pearl Scruggs.
Mr. Boyce Davis entertaln»d a
great number of the young people
of this community with a party Sat
urday night.
Misses Ruth and Virginia .Hopper
of Poplar Springs spent Saturday
night with Miss Gladys Hartlll.
Mr. L. S, McSwain spent t rrday
with his father Mr. P. G. McSwain.
Miss Lillie Blanton spent part of
last week with her uncle. Chester
Smith of Shelby.
Mr. Camp Hamrick is spending a
week with his sister Mr. and Mr'.
R. B. Bridges,
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hamrick (pent
a while Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. G. O. Hamrick.
Sorry to note that Mr. J. S. Blan
ton is in Shelby hospital seriously ill
with stomach trouble.
Mr. -did Mrs, Frank Moore spent
last Thursday with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Ogle
Glad to note that Mrs. iair.es
Moore and baby who are in the
Shelby hospital are getting along
nicely.
Springs Denies He
Favors Night Work
Charlotte—Col. LeRoy Springs,
one of South Carolina’s largest tex
tile operators, said he was opposed
personally to night work In textile
mills for women and youths.
He made the statement in ampli
fvltiK views he set. forth here yes
terday which questioned the motiv
es of “textile associations and in
stitute folks" advocating elimina
tion of night work. He charged their
motives were financial and not hu
manitarian.
Col. Springs said he Was trying
eliminating night work for women
and young boys In his mills, but the
operatives opposed It
THOUSANDS
Of
DOLLARS
PAID OUT
...
In the last eighteen
months our association
has paid out thousands
of dollars to those thrif
ty, thinking, B. &. L.
Shareholders.
Folks who have been
carrying B. & L. Shares
for 6 and a quarter years
—while times were good
Their shares matured
just at the right time
and just as their shares
matured we had the
money for them.
They have worked and
saved and they were fix
ed when hard times
came around.
Grit your teeth —
throw' out your chest,
and make up your mind
right now that you are
going to start some B. &
L. Shares and save your
money — and that you
are going to have money
when you need it.
New Series Now
Opening
At The
Cleveland
Building & Loan
Association
J. L. SUTTLE,
Sec.-Treas,
Friday - - A One - Day Deposit Sale
at McNeely’s
DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY
GARMENT YOU SELECT,
UNTIL EASTER
Your fondest dreams of a charm
ing costume for Easter can be real
ized. Select youf dress, your coat,
or your hat, before your favorites
have been sold.
We have one of the most authentic
selections of Spring and Easter
fashions we have ever assembled.
This special advance shopping off
er will not effect our new low pric
es. Every garment will be included
for your choice. Nothing will be
reserved.
SHOP FOR STYLE, INDIVIDUALITY and
QUALITY.... McNeely’. it the place
Attend the most liberal shopping offer McNeely has ever made. Make
your Easter selections eary Friday morning.
Let Us Call Your Attention To A Showing of
LA FRANCE HOSE
• Pure silk from top to toe— '
Full fashioned—
$1.00
In shades demanded for spring
New One-Piece
PAJAMA SUITS
Made of character cloth—a new North Carolina product
/ $1.95 . .
Colors and combinations
5 Dozen Famoufc
WIRTHMOR DRESSES
$1.00
J. C. McNeely & Co., Inc.
STYLE
QUALITY
SERVICE
TOOTS AND CASPER
Over-Trained!
Snap into it,
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BRIN^ a BACKL t
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THE TIME! SOMEDAY
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Another.
IKkacb!
THATLL BE.
ALU FOR TODAY,
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THAT YOM LIKE . . __._
    

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