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Charge For Any Want Ad 25c. i
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USED AUTO PARTS
('INK IRON & METAL CO.
Trade Alley. Phone f>80.
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
users in Cleveland county 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
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
road*, township lines, towns,
large streams and consolidated
schools. The map is just out.
Get yours now. tf 4p
FOR SALE: USED AND FAC
tory rebuilt typewriters, adding ma
chines. Paul p. Costner, Linctoln
t°n. N. C. I2t iOp
CALL 882 AND LET US SEND
for your ear and Wash or Grease it
lor 75c each. Ihe Auto Inn, next to
the Whiteway Dry Cleaners, tf 30c
WE ARE SPECIAUSTBIfi COPY
ing and enlarging cjd. faded and
tom photographs, tintypes and ko
dak pictures. Hollywood Studio ovar
Wool worths. tf-22c
Pinto Beans, 6 lbs. ____25c
8 lb. Bucket Swift Lard__96c
Coffee, per lb. ...12c
Freeman's Cash Store, South Shel
by. Ct 12p
WANTED: GIRLS." 8TO~~18
veers old who are interested In
spending their summer vacation ini
camp to write "Camp,” Box 340, t
Shelby, for information. 6t 20p
ICE BOXES MADE TO~ORDi;Jt,
cheap. W. G. Spake, 206 Suttle St.
Leave order at Paragon Furniture
Co. tr 13c
WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS.
Expert work, 24-hour service. En
larging and tinting. Hollywood stu
dio. over Woolworth'*. tf 20c
FOR SALE: 3 ACRES WITH
filling station, dwelling house, store
room and com mill Opposite Wil
son eotton gip one mile from city
on state highway No. MO. Capaer
lot In forks of road. W. A. Bread
way, Royster Building. 4t 21s
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. & Davis, negt doer to
Eilrd’s. I appreciate ygur patron
age. Urge or snpUL tf 16c
DON’T ND(&«£t FEET
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
LOST: STONE MARTIN, LIGHT
tan fur neckpiece on streets of
Shelby. Reward. Return to Star of
fice. 3t 27c
IF YOU ARE' GOING TO NEED
a grain binder be sure and see O. E
Ford Co., for the McCorrolck-Dser
ing. None better. 3-27c
"WANTED—WOR K~ON FARM
nr other honest work by high school
boy 15 years old. Address B15, ci°
~ CYLINDERS RE-1
BOKEP and honed,!
pistons and rings.
Mauney Auto Parts
Co. tf c
IF YOU ARE OUT Of A JOB OR
earning less than $So per week, we
have an opportunity for you In
Cleveland county, distributing the
well-known ltaje of Watkins House
hold and Farm Line Products direct
to welll-establtehed trade. No sell
ing experience necessary. We supply
Products, Sales and Service Meth
ods, and our high-quality Products
with Preftiluros get the business for
you. Write at once for complete in
formation. The J. R. Watkins Com
pany, R. p. 4, Newark, N. J. «ri-17p
BABY CHICKS: BRED TO LAY
Barred Rocks, Red* and White leg
horns at ten cents each on Wednes
day afternoon ef each week. Custom
hatching. EUenboro School Hatch
ery. tf frJ 6c
FOR SALE—CAFE AND FIX
rrURES. Good location and good
business- Apply “Cafe’* care The
^WANTED: JOB IN FILLING
Station, any kind of work. W. J.
Leverett, log cabin, o« Cleveland
Springs road- It la
' CALL SMTSTSiuM^NG'POj^
pany for plumbing and heating re
pairs of gpy kind- Phone JOi. gut
tle stmt. 3t
| IT COSTS BUT A FEW CENTS
a day to project your Income when
disabled from sickness or accident.
Write lor lull details. North Ameri
can Accident Insurance Co., Box 12,
Shelby, N. C. tf 2jc
see o. e. ford co., i on the
lamous McCo/mick-Deering grain
binders and all parts. 't-27c
FOR HAY AND OATS SEE O E.
Fbrd Co. 3-27c
FOR JOB PRINTING OF ALL
HgNDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
FREE, NEW HIGHWAY
map of Cleveland county
showing the 793 miles of road*
Jto 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
subscripts* to The Star, tfp
PLENTY OF FERTILIZER ON
hand at O. E. Ford Co.’s all the
DOES YOUR ROOF
LEAK? If so See J.
W. Denton, Hoey
Apartments or Phone
4-J. Work guaran
26 mouelTford TUDOH SE
dan, good condition. Four new tires.
Motor in good condition. See Keev
er at J. Lawrence Lackey Garage.
WB ARE 8FECIALISTS IN COPY
lag and enlarging old. faded and
tom photographs, tintypes and tro
ijftk pictures. Hollywood Studio over
BE AUTIFU L~WEEb
ments and Invita
tions. The famous Re
liefgraf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
house, ategm heated, well located,
good cond'^ton, formerly occupied
by T. P. Eskridge on W. Marion St
A. Blanton Grocery Co. tf 22c
WREN 5?OTJ~"nEEI> A PLUMBER
or Steam fitter, eall the Modern
Plumbing and Heating Co., the
plumbiBg and heating specialist.
Telephone 666. tf 20c
FOR 'FERTILizER_ FOR ^YOUR
lawn, shrubbery and flowers call O.
E. Ford Co. 3.27=
o f Wedding Invita
tions and announce
T r a f (raised letter)
and printing. Samples
upon request. All pric
es a t a. liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tfl4c
WE HAVE UNDER THE
Brooders best Chicks of the
season. It will pay you to see
them. 10c Each. Sqttle’s
COTTON SEED FOR PLANTING.
Pure and high quality; staple the
best. C. S. Yeung, Shelby, N. C.
” if'you NEED ANY MORE FEtt
tiliser to finish your requirements
call O. E. Ford Co. 3-27c
WANTED SALESMAN WITH
car to take orders and deliver home
necessities on old established route
in Charlotte. Tryon, Cllffside, Gas
tonia, iKwell. Steady worker* can
start earning $3S weekly and in
crease rapidly. Hustlers on similar
routes do $6,000 annual business.
Some established 30 years. Reply im
mediately giving age. occupation,
referenda. Rawleigh Industries,
Dept. N. C. W-82-T, Richmond. Va.
~NASfcHza MODEL TOURING. A
bargan See Keever at Lackey's
Oarage. 2t le
At Trinity Church
Musical i’rofraiu follows Sermon
At 11 In the Morning.
(Special to The Star.)
Tire memorial services will be held
at Trinity Baptist church on Hast
Saturday May t’nci.
The following program will be
carried out sermon by the pastor at
11 o’clock, after which a short mu
sical program will be given in the
cemetery and all the flowers will be
spread on the grave. Dinner will Ik
spreadand in the afternoon all sing
ers are urged to be present and take
part in some gospel singing. Several
quartets and visiting singers are ex
Little Billie Bostic the three year
Old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wtll Bostic
felll while playing Friday after
noon and broke his leg He Is in
Shelby hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Hamrick end
little daughter of Mt. Pleasant were
callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Bridges Sunday afternoon and
were accompanied home by Mrs WU
kle McKinney the mother of Mrs.
Several from this community at
tended a singing,at Camps Creek
FOR SALE COW WITH THIRD
calf. Ernest Elliott, Lawndale- 3-2Up
SMITH’S TIRE BULLETIN
4.40 x 21 $3.98
4.50 x 21 $4.69
4.75 x 19 ....$5.46
4.75 x 20 __ $5.54
5.00 x 19_ $5.74
5.00 x 20 .._____ $5.81
It. costs less to ride on U. S.
Tires. Smith’s Garage, Fall
ston, N. C. tf-lc
SAVE MONEY BY TRAD*
ING at J. N. Dellinger’s.
Best Virginia Flour_$2.50
25 Pounds Sugar_$1.25
Thick Fat Back, Pound _ 10c
Jlried Apple Fruit,, lb. __ 10c
Choice Peaches, lb. __121c
Fresh Cheese, lb._20c
Fesh Fish Croaker, lb, 8c
Seed Beans, Pint _20c
8HOEMATISM, NOT KHEUMA
tlsrn. If your feet feel aching, all
fagged out and your nerves are on
edge, tie chances are your shoes
need attention Have ’em rebudt
Shelby Soe Shop, west Warren
street. 2t ic
Quality Furniture On
Shelby* N. C.
church Sunday night.
Mr. K. D. N. Jolley and Mr and
Mrs. Cltlford Jolley called to ser Mr.
M A. Jolley of Boiling Springs, who
Is sick with flu, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs E. E. Holcomb and
children of Shelby were visiters rel
atives tn the community Sunday
The children and grandchildren
of Mr. J M Hawkins gathered at
hit home on Sunday and spread for
him a beautiful surprise birthday
Mr. und Mrs. Austell Lovelace re
turned Sunday from Lake City. I'lti
where they accompanied Mrs C. C
Jolley ot Raleigh, who remained at
the bedside of her husband In the
U. S V hospital at that place.
Miss Ollie Bridges Mbs been spend
ing a few days with her uncle Mr.
Henry Roberts of Clilfslde
Many of the patrons and friends
of the Moores boro high school, of
this community, attended the etc
calaureate sermon, at Sandy Run
church on Sunday night.
Mr. J. D. Gunter and children of
Bostic were callers in the commun
ity last week
Quite a number from this com
munity attended the funeral of Mr.
Max Ramsey at Mt Pleasant church
Mr. and Mrs Marvin Bailey and
family of Spindale spent the past
week end with Mrs. Bailey’s mother
Mrs. Jane Winn, here.
Mrs. Ben Bailey spent Sunday
with her mother near Latttauwe.
There will be no preaching at our
church on the first Sunday :\ftor
noon of May—as is usual; or. ac
count of our pastor having a memo
rial service at Cherokee chu.ch on.
The men of this community gath
ered and cleaned off the grave yard,
and covered many of the graves
with sand Monday morning.
Miss JOeie Mae HolJifield and Mr.
Haywood HolliMeld spent last week
end with Mrs. C. J. Bridges of Bod
Miss Etta Bostic has been spend
ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Chivous BOstie of Mt. Pleasant
Mrs. C. H Bostic entertained
Monday & Tuesday
J u>l <>TH' l>) the
1000 THRILLS m
yVletto-Goii/u > ii-.M (i vt'i ’.s
quit® a number of the yonntor set
with a party, at her home oti Satur
Mrs. Emma Mciswaiu uiul daugh
ters or Stir)by spout last aetwt cud
here with*^lr.s. Cliff Heason.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Skinner and
children ot Bolling Spring;* spent
the past week end here with Mrs.
The relatives and a small group of
friends enjoyed a birthday dinner at
the home of Mr, Perry I/*dfor<l Sun*
Dr. Roberts Rouses
Public To Realize
So startling have been the results
accomplished by Sargon, that scores
erf outstanding physicians* liuve
broken the rut? of a lifetime and
given it thetf unqualified en torse
ment. Dr. C. J. Roberts, M. D., ot
Philadelphia, graduate Unlvml'y of
Pennsylvania and for 26 years med
ical examiner lor the Pennsylvania
i “After an investigation of the j
[Sargon formula,, for which I wau j
expressly retained. 1 find that'It is
rich in those elements which help
to bring revitalized vigor, Streojrth
and endurance to pale, tired out, de
bilitated men and women It en
riches the blood of those suffering
with simple anemia and Is without
a doubt a highly valuable to.-mula i
that the entire public should know
"The Sargon Pills are ah Import-1
ant part of the treatment.”
Sold in Shelby by Cleveland Drug
Co., and In Kings Mountain by the
Summers Drug Co. adv.
Tt Pay* To Adverti*e
Memorial services will be held at
Pleasant Grove Baptist church on
Sunday May 10,
Sunday school at 9 40,. Preaching
at It a. m; by the pastor Rev. D O,
The graves will be decorated and.
dinner will be served on the giojnn
The men ami boys of the com
munity arc requested to meet a* the
church Thursday morning May 7,
and clean oft the grave yard pre
paratory for this occasion,
A Prague professor thinks that
despite Opposition English will be
come tire world language. America
will be the last country to give la
—Passing Show (London).
The world seems fairly safe for
democracy, except, at a democratic
meeting .—Brunswick Pilot
A Judge remarked last week that,
afwlse husband never forgets his
wife's birthday. He merely forgets
which one It Is.—The Humorist,
Dr. D. M. Morrison
Office Days: Every Wednesday
Woolwdrth Hide Shelby, N. V.
Eyes Scientifically Examined,
(Hasses Fitted, Lenses Dupli
cated. Broken Frames
THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES
WILL BE PAID NEXT WEEK:
HEAVY HENS -—-.
LEGHORN HENS - — — -.
BROILERS, Over 2 lb., full feathered —~
BROILERS, Und*r 2 lb.,
OLD TOMS .—-.-——
F. B. ROPP, Manager
PHONE 110 * — SEABOARD DEPOT
SHELBY, N. C.
H»vin qualified as administrator of the
relate of Mr» L. C. P Hamrick. dereas
ad. late of Cleveland county, North Caro
lina, this la to notify all persons having
claim* against the estate of aatd <ler*«*.
ed io eshtblt them to the undersigned „t
Shelby, N. C on or before the lit day of
May. 1033, or thV« notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery, All persons In
debted to aeld estate wlU please make
Tht* April Tilth. 1»dt
FRANK L, HGY1..B. Admimsrator of
the Ratate of Mrs JL. C. P. Hrimrtck,
Jno. r Mull, Attv «t. May le
t XKCUTORS' NOTICE.
Having cum iiny ,}uallfled a.a •xetuto’-fl
Of the will of RufIM P. Francis. deceased,
thla la to hereby unitfy all persona hold
ing claims against the eld ratal* of eald
ftufu* P Francis to prestnt them IteoUici
and verified to the undersigned eieeutors
on or before'March 37, 1»33, or this notice
*111 be pleaded In bar ot any recovery on
«ame; »ud «it» la further to notify aU
persons indebted to said estate to make
immediate payment to ua of auah Indebt
Tbit tire 36th due of March. 1B31.
M. A. FRANCIB. P. L. WTUtlNS,
Mix ecu tom
Ne*t<m & Newton. Attya «t Mar 31o
* norkinq -
THROUGH the magic of compound
interest, you can Bfegin today, what
ever your income, to achieve an early
financial independence. Small sav
ings deposits, made with week-to
week regularity, will soon solve your
AN INITIAL DEPOSIT OF $1 IS
. Trust Co.
SHELBY - FOREST CITY
LATTIMORE - RUTHERFORDTON
LAWNDALE - CAROLEEN
FALLSTON - MOORESBORO
A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE.
TOOTS AND CASPER
Just What Casper Expected.
EXTRA! LARKY CHIX KAYOS
.RED CRICKETf IN DE FOIST
W Bedlam Rei&ns. here AT -THE COLISEUM
f POR "TWENTY minutes the crowd HAS
y, Been cheeping la pry chixoverl
0 H1<5’ SENSATIONAL VICTOR1, FOR-THOSE
/ WHO TUNED IN LATE LET ME REPEAT
THAT THE FILjHT HAD BARELY
- -w r|43ri' I Mf\ls t>/\KcLT /
STARTED WHEN LARRY SHOT OVER)
A terrific __
THAT PUT RED
, CRICKETT DOWN
FOR THE COUNT
. i-ll be.
I 4UE5>© I'Ll- ,
, (4AVe TO PHONE
colonel hoofer amp
OFFER MY C0N4PA7- .
ULATIONe>‘. I ^tUPPO^E'
THI«> MEAN3 HE LL
SOON BE MAKINKj
CAM You IMAGINE THAT t *oGME MAM
Angered the phone, and <ba»d
COLONEL HOOPER. COULDN'T BE
DISTURBED! MAYBE WE'^ ^OTA
55CR1rTARY Klow' * ALWAV5.
THOUGHT THAT MONET WOULD
<jO p HI<& HEAD! HE'LL HAVe TO
HAVE Hl<5» HAT5* MADETo ORDER.
FROM NOW ONr HE WON'T BE
ABLE TO BUY A
In The Public Eye.
IN THE FIRST
& <% " i—o
ONE OF THE
, 0t4<£rE<=>T UPSETS
« IN THE ANNALS
Pont cverloon: the
FACT THAT COLONEL
HOOFER IS LARRTS
manager AND THEY
'' COLONEL HOOPER- Vb
PROBABLE "TOO DWELLED
UP TO TA1X TO ANYONE
ON "THE PHONE NOW >
I HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO ,
IxWT HIM » «5>0 I LL. NOSEY
OVER TO HIS HOUSE'.
too* At the
I'M ^URE THE
Tbu CAN P>AV for me. that
ONE FOOTBALL <*AME VZ>
(.TOUCHER THAN A
.HUNDRED PR»2E Fl4HT&!
for4sl% me fop not
BUT WE BEEN <=30
BU^Vt I'M "NEWB NOW.
EVERYWHERE 1 ^oTm
FOLLOWED BY RETORTEKS!
MV POSITION BECAUSE
T'OU’VE NEVER BEEN!
IN THE PUBUC EVE*
/ 6HE THE9E THLE^RAM^,
( CAMPER ? LARRVe. IN DEMAND
NOW! HE'S- OFFERED 050, ODO. TO
BOX IN CHICAGO* AND HERE ARE.
OFFER‘D FOR HIM TO 6rO IN THE
MOVIES, IN VAUDEVILLE, AND AUL
1 50RT5- OF THINZrSl DIDN'T ITEU
>too I D be a rich man bqon.caspsr?
LARRY AND I WILL BOTH BE
, WORTH A MILLION IN A YEAR.*