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20,000 People Read Star Want Advs-TKe Cost Is Small; Resul‘ s Cood
Kates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
This size 1 cent per word each insertion
" This size type 2c per word each insertion.
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FOR SALE: TREATED NANCY
Halt potato plants by Apirl 25. $2.00
pet 1,000. First orders first filled. C.
L. Putnam, R-l, Kings Mountain,
‘ N. C. 9t 6p
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 inches by
paying $1 or more on sub
scription to The Star. tf 4p
FOR SALE ON FALLSTON
road, two story stucco dwell
ing, with six acres land, 2,000
hen capacity hen house. Peach
orchard. H. McConnell. tf»lc
7'the QUALITY CLEAN
ERS always satisfy. 2t-15e
USED AUTO PARTS
FINK IRON & METAL CO.
Trade Alley. Phone 680.
_' tf-80c
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
nsers In Cleveland county of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert C. Hord. Dealer, S.
Washington 6t, Shelby. tf 25c
" 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
SEND YOUR WORK TO
the Quality Cleaners where
you get the best for less. 215e
FOR SALE: USED AND FAC
fory rebuilt typewriters, adding ma
chines. Paul P. Costner, Llnctoln
,top> C- - m:op
SEE GEO. ALEXANDER FOR
tine watch repairing. Prices moder
ate. your work appreciated. Next
door to Stephenson Drug Spore.
13t Mch 23p
TOR RENT: SMALL APARTy
ment on S. Washington street for
couple. Phone 767-W. tf-3c
Be Healthful, WALK!
Nation - Wide Foot Health
Week April 19 to 25. Will
have experts to fit shoes and
supports.
A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
CITY tfc
ANY MAKE RADIO RKPArwtm
Parts of all makes. Mauney Radio
Service, 6, Washington St., Phone
518- tf 6c
CALL 832 AND LET US SEND
for your car and Wash or Grease it
for 73c each. The Auto Inn. next to
the Whiteway Dry Cleaners, tf 30c
FOR SALE: 175 WHITE LEG
horn hens, laying, at 75 cents each.
See Dr. D. M. Morrison, Woolworth
Bldg, on Wednesday or Friday,
Shelby, N. O. 3t 13c
THREE GRADES
o f Wedding Invita
tions and announce
ments. Copperplate
Engraving, Relief
g r a f (raised letter)
and printing. Samples
upon request. All pric
es at a liberal dis
count from list The
Star* Phone 11. tfl^c
TOMATO PLANTS
10 cents dozen. D. A.
Beam Co. 3tl5c
~ THE QUALIFY CLEAKBrRS~Al7
ways satisfy. 2t 15o
copperplate'
Wedding Announce
ments and Invitations
at a liberal discount
from list price. See
the beautiful samples.
We keep your secrets.
The Star, Phone 11. tf
" LET US QUOTE
you on your next rer
pair job. M a u n e y
Aufo Parts Go, tfc
FOR SALE: VERY FINE D1N
ing room suite .Brand new. Will jell
at a Bargain. Pendleton's Music
Store, 2t 15p
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 ol
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
rr costs Birr a few cents
a day to protect your Income when
disabled from sickness or accident.
Write for full details. North Ameri
can Accident Insurance Co-, Box 12,
Shelby, N. C. tf 23c
FOR RENT: TWO ROOMS FUR
nished on 233 E. Graham St. Miss
Pearl Jackson. 2t 15p
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
:e pairing. L. C. Davis, next door to
Efird’s. I appreciate your patron
age, large or smalt tf 16c
" 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
WANTED: MAN~TO_HELP~ME
on farm- G. W. Powell of near Polk
ville. 3t 13p
UPHOLSTERING AND REP AIR -
ing. Furniture and other work. Re
fining, etc. We mend anything.
Prices reasonable. Shop located In
basement of Webb theatre building.
We handle second-hand furniture,
etc. Traders Bureau and Upholster
ing Co. ft top
SEND YGfUR WORK TO THE
Quality Cleaners where you get the
best for learn 2t 15c
DOES YOUR ROOF
L33AK? If so See J.
W. Denton, H o e y
Apartments or Phone
4-J. Work guaran
teed. tf
"the quality clean.
ERS do it better. Try Them.
2t-15c
FOR SALE. 1929 MODEL PON
tiac coupe in good condition. C. R.
Webb, Llneberger Bldg., Shelby, N
C- 3t 13c
THE QUALITY CLEANERS DO
it better. Try them. 2t 15c
IQE BOXES MADE' TO ORDER,
clieap. W. G. Spake, 206 Suttle St.
Leave order at Paragon Furniture
Co- tf 13c
FOR SALE: CLEAN
Crowder Peas and
seed corn. D. A. Beam
Co. 3t 15c
BEAUTIFUL WED
DING Announce
m' e n t s and Invita
tions. The famous Re
liefgraf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
but c o n s i d e r a b 1 y
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone
11. tfl4p
BABY CHICKS: BRED TO LAY
Barred Rdcks, Reds and White leg
horns at ten cents each on Wednes
day afternoon of each week. Custom
hatching. Ellenboro School Hatch
ery. tf Fri 6c
_FOR JOB PRINTING OF ~ ALL
KINDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
QUALITY PRINTING.
JOB PRINTING OF
all kinds at lower
prices than you have
ever paid. Phone 11
or 4-J and let us give
you an estimate o n
your next printing
order. Automatic
presses, accurate
count tf-24p
Kings Mtn. Girl
Wins State Honors
Girl Who Was Awarded Selma
Webb Medal Wins State Wide
Recitation Contest,
(Special to The Star,>
Kings iilountain, Apr. 16.—Miss
Jean Ware, 14-year-old Kings Mown
tain high school student won first
place in the annual state wide reci
tation contest held at Guilford col
lege, Guilford, this state, Saturday
April 11.
Miss Ware is proving to be a read
er of marked ability. Some weeks ago
she was chosen the best reader In
the Kings Mountain high school
and was sent to Shelby to compete
in the annual Cleveland county
reading contest. Here she won first
honor and was awarded the coveted
Selma Webb medal. She was then
chosen to represent her school In
the annual state content at Guilford
college. Again she showed her abil
ity by winning over forty of the best
high schools in the state.
To win in the contest, it was ne
cessary for Miss Ware to compete
three times. The preliminary con
test was held at 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon, the semi-finals contest
was held. The number of winners
was further reduced to four.
At 8 o'clock Saturday evening, the
final contest took place. At this time I
Miss Ware brought honors to her
self, to her school, and to Cleveland '
county by taking finst place and re*
ceulng the beautiful Literary do
ckty medal.
Miss Ware was a student List
summer at the Southern Work shop
in Asoeville, uniei the direction of |
Misses Laura and Lillian Plonk She
entered high school at the opening
of this school year and since that
time hns been trained by Miss Mar
tha Hurst, head of the dramatic de
partment of the Kings Mountain!
high school. Miss Hurst accompan
ied her on each of her trips to com-1
pete for these medals. j
A. R. P. Meeting On !
In Two Day Session
— I
Dr. Orr of Charlotte Makes Frin-'
ctpal Address. Lunch For
Visitors. ^
(Special to The Star.! • j
Kings Mountain, Apr. 16 —The
Woman's Missionary union of the
First Presbytery of the A, R. P
church will hold a two-day conven
tion at Bofce Memorial A, a. P.
church vin Kings Mountain Thurs- j
day and Friday of this week. i
Th8 regular business session will j
convene Thursday morning at Hi.
o'clock. Dr.’E N. Orr, pastor of the
A. R. P. Tabernacle in Charlotte will j
make the principal address at the
opening meeting. Thursday after- j
noon Mrs. B. Dale White, a mission-;
ary from India who is home on a !
furlough will tell of the work done
in that country by the A R. P con*
(negations At 8 o'clock Thursday ev
ening a pageant entitled "Chtrst in
America” will be presented by the
members of Boyce Memorial church
In addition lo the pageant there will
be a pantomime of the 23 Psalm
Special music will be rendered by a
choir of mixed voices from all the
churches of the town.
Friday morning at 10 o’clock will
be a regular business session and
Friday afternoon Mrs. W: B. flalll
day a missionary from Mexico will
speak to the convention.
Lunch will be served to all out*
of-town delegates both Thursday
and Friday.
FOR BRAKE LIN
ING reasonable see
Mauney Auto Parts
Co. tfc
STEM'S
ea—i—i»
Ouality Furniture On
Easy Terms
Phone 592.
Shelby, N. C.
Fertilizer Prices
Lowest In 25 Years
N
_ Chilean 4
Nitrate of Soda
WINDING UP THE SEASON? WE
HAVE VERY LOW PRICES. IT'S
BETTER TO SEE OUR NEW
PRICELIST AND BUY, THAN
TO BE SORRY.
TERMS TO RESPONSIBLE
PARTIES.
J“J ardwicke and T^aber
SHELBY, N. C.
OLD LINE STANDARD COMPANIES
In CHARLESTON, S. C. In NORFOLK, VA.
‘ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS ONE”
1
' Grandmother's
CAKES
L»y«r, Raisin or Found
BREAD
FULL POUND
Wrapped K*
Loaf
PEAS
5 25c
Iona Brand
Tender, Taaty
STRING BEANS 3 SJ 2$c
I EVAP. MILK iSS, 4'cZ 29c
MEAL or GRITS Id lb«. 15c
Quaker Maid
COCOA
IOC
PINK SALMON S lOc
#<A|| A* Tt-uder No. * « Am
WlmJN (rutiled (JH AlfC
Mello Wheat 2 pkgs. 2Sc
Bokar Coffee lb. 29c
RICE
Fancy
Bine Pom
lb. 5c
LARD
Finest
Compound
Bucket 91C
California
Yellow Cling
PEACHES
a 'SS 49c
A&F Fancy
APPLE
SAUCE
N<^ IOc
Iona Brand
FLOUR
24 Bag
SUGAR
Finest
Granulated
10 lbs. 46C
LUX TOILET SOAP 3 cakes 19c
PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 cakes 19c
GHIPSO — 3 pkgs. 23c
IVORY SOAP tr 7 cakes 25c
— A. & P. PRODUCE —
GREEN BEANS,
Pound _
CARROTS.
Bunch __
LETTUCE,
Head ....
GRAPEFRUIT,
6 For
CABBAGE, New .
Green, 3 Pounds J_
15c
- 5c
. 5c
25c
10c
— A. & P. MARKET
BEEF ROAST,
Puund__,_-****•*•
STEW BEEF,
Pound
CHOICE STEAKS,
Any Cut, lb. ___
FAT BACKS,
Pound ___
FRESH CROAKERS,
Fancy, 3 lbs. _
15c
10c
25c
. 9c
25c
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
KLAD I HE STAR. ITNOWcOES INTO 5,000 HOMES EVERY
OTHER DAY. $2.50 A YEAR BY MAIL. FOUR WEEKS FOR
A OIIARTF.R BY CARRIER BOY.
T&OTS AND CASPER
A Fighting “Chance*’*
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TO MAKE A FORTUNE.’ WELL, TU
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OtREEN WITH ENVY'.
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PROBABLY QUIT
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FROM ME.!
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