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USED AUTO PARTS
KINK IRON & METAL CO.
Trade Alley. Phone 580.
___* tf-3Qc
NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
users In Cleveland county ot Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert O. Hord. Dealer. 8.
Washington 8c., Shelby. ti 26c
PAY $1.00 OR MORE Ob
subscription to The Star and
receive free, the new highway
map of Cleveland county. II
shows the various types oi
rgads, township lines, towns,
large streams and consolidated
schools. The map is just out.
Get yours now. tf 4p
WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS.
Expert work. 24-hour service. En
larging and tinting. Hollywood Stu
dio, over Wool worth’s. tf 20c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. O. Davis, next door to
Efird’s. I appreel&te your patron
age. large or small. tf 16e
DON’T NEGLECT FEET
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. Y. Wray & 6 Sons,
City. _tf-27c
WHEN YOU NEED A PLUMBER
or steam fitter, call the Modem
Plumbing and Heating Co., the
plumbing and heating specialist.
Telephone 569. tf 20c
IT COSTS BUT 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
~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 a t a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tfllc
FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM
house close in, all convenienc
es, rent reasonably. Griffin
P. Smith. tf-8e
OPENING, ROOM 16, LINE
BERGER building, of Gas
tonia Conservatory of Music
—enrollment and lessons
Thursday, May 21, and every
Thursday. Music under the
personal supervision of Pro
fessor William Goldman.
Branch Studios at Cherryville,
Lawndale, Lincolnton and
Shelby. Private or class les
sons on any musical instru
ment for beginners or ad
vanced students. Certificates
or diplomas with each course.
tf-13c
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
house, steam heated, well located,
good condition, formerly oocupied
by T. P. Eskridge on W. Marlon St.
A. Blanton Grocery Co. tf 22c
DOES YOUR ROOF
LEAK? If so See J.
W. Denton, Hoey
Apartments or Phone
4-J. Work guaran
teed. tf
"lawn mowers repaired
and sharpened at Sellers Shoe Shop.
tl 15c
I REPAIR LAWN MOWERS AND
repair shoes too, at Sellers Shoe
Bhop.^z ti 15c
A TRUCK ALWAYS AT YOUR
service. Long or short distance haul
tng. Moving a specialty. Also sand
for sale. Any quantity. Phone 100 or
339. Ellis Transfer. ‘ 3t 15p
" bring your’lawn mower!
Shoes and parasols to the Sellars
Shoe Shop for repairs. tf 15c
_ DO YOUR SHOES NEED RE
pairing? If so call at the .Landis
Shoe Shop. tf-8e
FOR SALE - USllD
Auto and Truck parts.
Newman’s Service
Station. Phone 58-J.
— - — 2t-18c
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Central Cafe. West
ern steaks a special
JUST RECEIVED
shipment o f brown,
yellow, and larado
Soy beans. Have cane
seed, peas, different
varieties. D. A. Beam
ty.
tf-4c
Co.
FREE, NEW HIGHWAY
map of Cleveland county
showing the 79S 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
WE BUY' PEAS,
Can Seed and Coun
try Hams. Cleveland
Produce Co. tf-13c
SAVE MONEY BY TRAD
ING at C. B. Elliott Store on
Shelby-Polkville Road.
Shelby Flour__$2.60
Mill Feed __$1.26
Sugar, per 100-lb. Bag _ $4.80
rhick Fat" Back, Pound_10c
Pure Coffee___12c
6 Big Deal Laundry soap 25c
Straw Hats 26c
29x4.40 - 21 Pathfinder
Tires.. $4.98
30x4.50 - 21 Pathfinder
Tires---$5.69
— C. B. ELLIOTT -t-8c
YOU’LL NEVER FIND
better Tire Prices than these,
no mater how hard you try.
Typical of the bargains we
offer: * :~'~
29 x 4.40 — 21 .$3.98
30 x 4.50 — 21 _$4.69
28 x 4.75 —19^,_$5.46
29 x 4.75 — 20 _Jm $5.54
29 x 5.00 — 19 _______ $5.74
30 x 5.00 — 20 ._ $5.81
30 x 3_$3.48
30 x 3 1-2 — O. S_$3.68
“It Costs Less to Ride on U.
S. Tires.” SMITH’S GARAGE,
Fallston, N. C. tf-13c
SOME KRE6H MILK COWS FOR
Mle. W. C. Sci^m, R-6, Shelby.
2t 18p
LOOK - BUY YOUR
oats, cane seed, peas,
cotton seed meal ana
mils, and other feeds, j
from Cleveland Pro-i
duce Co. Phone 694,'
Shelby, N. C. Dtfllc
FOR SALE: FRESH COW WITH
second calf. See C. A. Wright, route
4, Lawndale. 4t 18c
WE BUY CHICK
ENS and eggs. Cleve
land Produce Co.- Dtf
FOR RENT: TWO OFFICE
rooms, conveniently located. Inquire
at Star office. ’ 2t 18c
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM FUR
nished house on Oraham St. Apply
112 McBrayer St. tf 13c
WHAT A DOLLAR
Will Buy Now at C.H.
Reinhardt’s, South
Shelby:
Today Yesterday
Pork Sausage, lb. 18c 30c
Cream’y Butter lb 29c 45c
F. B. Meat, lb. _ 8 l-3c 15c
Coffee, lb._10c 25c
6 Ounce Jar Sweet
; Pickles__ 10c 15c
1 can Potted Ham 4c 5c
1 can Vienna Saus. 8c 10c
Fifir Bars_12$c 25c
$1.00 $1.70
C. H. REINHARDT,
SOUTH SHELBY lt-20c
FOR SALE: BRIM
MER Tomato Plants
$2.00 per thousand. D.
A. Beam Co. 3t-l8e
AUTOMOBILE GLASS IN
STALLED. Fink Iron & Metal
Co., Trade Alley, Rear Ken
dall Medicine Co. ' 4t-13c
"DON’T STAY IN BED TOO
LONG" LONGEVITY
ADVICE OF BRITON, 103
London.—"Don't stay In bed too
long," is the advice lor longevity ol
the Rev. Denham Rowe Norman,
former master ol St. Johns hospital,
who celebrated htg 103d birthday
Tuesday.
Mr. Norman, who Is believed to be
the world's oldest clergyman, retlr
ed In 1925 and now lives with his
son-tn*law. He enjoys listening to
the radio and is fond of his pipe.
Another centenarian pipe-smok
er Is Charles Spurgin, of Yarmouth,
who celebrated his 100th birthday
Saturday. He is in good health and
is able to walk to the postoffice lor
his weekly pension. He eats plain
food and like a "glass of beer" and
occasional smoking of his pipe.
BEAUTIFUL WED
DING Announce
ments and Invita
tions. The famous Re
liefgraf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
but considerably
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone
11. tflip
DON'T LET YOUR SHOE RE
pairlng cost you too much. See the
Landis Shoe Shop. tf-8c
CHICKS EASY TO RAISE THIS
warm weather. Pine leghorns, eight
■cents. Rocks and Reds, ten cents,
day old each Wednesday. Chicks
every day. Blood tested or non
blood tested. Buttle Hatchery.
3t 18c
FOR SALE: FINE BLOODED
German police pups. $3.50 each. In
quire at Star office. 3t 20c
FOUND—A PAIR OF GLOVES
In front of Woolworth Store. Owner
may have them by describing and
paying for ad. lt-20c
Trinity Community
News Of The Week
• Special to The Star.)
Memorial services will be held at
the Dobbins cemetery one and one
half miles north of Trinity church
on next Saturday May 23. 1931. Ths
program will last throughout the
day and dinner will be spread on
the ground
An ordination service will be car
ried out at Trinity Baptist church
on the 1st Sunday afternoon in
June, at 3 o'clock, when Messrs. H.
W. McKinney, T. E. Bridges. Avery
Gillespie and S. J. McClunney Will
be made members of the board of
deacons. Sandy Run. Mt. Pleasant
and Race Path, three sister churches
with their pastors are Invited to
take part in this service, while all
churches and pastors will be gladly
welcomed.
The W. M. U. and Sunbeams band
will have a Joint business meeting at
the church on next Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Misses Bertie Bridges and Sdrah
Harris were Joint hostess at an in
formal party on Saturday evening-;
at the home of the former. About 40
guests called during the evening
and much fun was had during the
games and contests.
Miss Ruby Greene was a gracious
host at a beautiful dinner party
given at lier home on last Sunday
complimenting her friend Mrs.
Dwight Winn,'a recent bride. Shar
ing honors'with Mrs. Winn were Mrs
Felton Frazier and Mrs Austell
Lovelace also recent brides
Thoee enjoying the occasion were
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Winn, Mr. and
Mrs. Felton Frazier. W. and Mrs.
Austell Lovelace. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bridges, Misses Ethel and Louise
Lovelace. Misses Mary, flay and
Katie Lou Brit: •* and Messrs Avery
and Guy Gillespie, Sam Jenkins and
Emmttt McKinney.
Quality Furniture On
Easy Terms.
Phone 592.
Shelby, N. C.
— SPECIAL SUMMER OFFER —
We are offering this summer a very unusual rate to those
who want to qualify for an office position next fall. New
classes in Bookkeeping, Stenography, Burroughs Machine
Bookkeeping and Banking, and Secretarial courses will be
organized June 1. By taking advantage of this offer you will
be enabled to secure a thorough business training at a very
material reduction.
Our representative, Mr. Hudson, will be in Shelby Satur
day, May 23, at Victor Hotel and will be glad to furnish you
full information in regard to this remarkable offer. See our
representative on the above date or write direct to—
GASTONIA BUSINESS COLLEGE, ,
GASTONIA, N. C.
r. y ~l.--- . ll. 1 ■..ji —■—111
Mrs. M. A. Jolley and son Lam
ford and Mrs. A. B. Buchanan of
Bolling Springs and Mrs. H. W Mc
Kinney and Messrs Emntltt and
Janies McKinney were the dinner
guests of Mrs K. D. N. Jolley on
last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs Dwight Winn and
Mi's. John Lovelace spent, last Wed
nesday night with relatives tn Mor
gantou.
Miss Francis Bridges has been
spending a few days with ner
grandmother, Mrs. Jlmmtc Robbs,
near Gaffney, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Skinner and
children of BoillnetSprings spent the
past week end here with relatives.
Miss Estelle Bridges of Bolling
Springs has been visiting Misses
Josle Mae and Ruth Hollfleld here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jones of ML
Pleasant were callers at the home*
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges Sun
day afternoon,
Mr. Joe Bridges, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Bridges, was carried
to the Shelby hospital Monday, for a
slight operation on Ills shoulder.
Miss Bello Hawking of Race Path
was a caller at the home of Mrs.
W O. Winn Sunday afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. Jessie Reinhardt of
Shelby are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs Dwight Winn were
visitors In Spartanburg, S. C„ on
last Monday.
Cotton Needs Extra
Nitrogen At Chopping
It takes sunshine, rain, and good
food to make a crop of cotton, and
It la up to the farmer to keep the
crop supplied with food.
No better way of keeping cotton
well fed has been found than slde
drcsnlug with quick-acting nitrogen
about chopping time. This is the
critical period in the life of the
young-plants. The nitrogen applied
before planting Is frequently used
up by this time. As a result, the
yield frequently depends upon the
supply of available nttrogen in the
Build With Brick
DELIVERIES FROM PLANT TO JOB
When in need of FACE OR COMMON BRICK write us,
or phone 76m, Mt. Holly, N. C. With our fleet of trucks,
we can make quick deliveries to jobs, saving freight and
double handling, thereby putting brick to jobs in much
better condition.
FOR SERVICE AND QUALITY
SEE
KENDRICK BRICK & TILE CO.
MOUNT HOLLY, N. C.
<, ■ T
Here Is the Medicine
That Brought
Health
and Happiness
Thousandsof f
formerly calle
medkaneB an4_t
P,'il5T#T^tfein8: d*j^ M t0 the merit* of HERB EXTRACT
MB JDiCE in .that it restored them to health after other
itmenta faiti
i nese oases consist of stomach and liver
disorders, indigestion, kidney trouble, bil
TSusness, nervousness, bad completion,
coated tongue, severe headaches, bacls
aches, lose of sleep and appetite and cua
down condition. If yog ire troubled with
any of these condition* it will pay you well
to get a bottle at once.
Recommended and for sale by drugrlits !
everywhere.— Advertisement. |
PAUL- WEBB AND SON
AND LEADING DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
soil about 40 days after the cotton
is planted.
The common practice" ol side
dressing is to use 100 to 200 pound.,
Chilean nitrate of soda per acre
after chopping. Tho young plants
lean use the littrafc nitrogen Im
mediately after It Is applied. The
extra tood keeps the plants work
ing during tha summer and help;,
them to mature a large crop of bolls
on the lower branches be fore the
weevil arrives. Always a stock on
hand. Claude C. Pulls. Fullston, N.
adv. i
Memorial Saturday,
Lattimore Cemetery
Memorial services will be held at
the old Lattimore cemetery near
Polkville on next Sunday. May 24,
at 2;3Q o'clock In the afternoon.
Susan Lattimor*.
-—.r
Installment Plan.
Mandy—Boy, dat sho am some
ring. What size Is de diamon’?
Rost us—Dat am de fo'teen-year
huttallment size.
We Accept Money On Certificate And
Pay 6% Interest.
PAYABLE OR COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY.
Wt* Loan Money on Good Endorsement or First Mort
gage Payable in Weekly or Monthly Payments.
fi'% Cumulative Preferred Stork and Common B. Stock
May be Obtained at Par ($100) per Share, bv Applying
at Our Office.
Non-Tasable and Non-Assessable.
Three Years Without Missing a Quarterly Dividend.
Three Years Without a Loss.
Phone 386 Shelby, N. C. Office: Thompson & Co.
Get the facts behind this
3 YEAR
GU4PNTEE
A MILLION GENERAL
ELECTRIC Refrigerators
hire given eapen»e-free service
in > million home*! Now General
Electric give*.a remarkable'''
guarantee and new low price*,
new refinement*. Finger-tip
latch. Sliding shelves. All-steel
cabinet*, with porcelain lining
that resists fruit acid*.
The famon* MonitorTop mecha
nism operate* quietly in a bath
of oiL An aece** J»le temperature
control provides fast-freezing of
ice cube* and desserts. Individual
zone* of cold meet every refriger
ating need. Broom-high leg*
make sweeping easy. Installa
tion is a* simple a* connecting
an electric fan.
/«<» w *» t*« (T«Mro!
Klmrtrte Prmgrmm, braeut
ca$t ovary Saturday mm~
nmg, an a natian-ando
X ft C «Wfu*rJk
Down payments
as low as ... .
(with two whole yean lopay)
GENERAL © ELECTRIC
DOMESTIC. APARTMENT HOUSE AND COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS
ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS
Robert C. Hord
IOUTHERN REFRIGERATION
Charlotim Distributor*
TOOTS AND CASPER
The Climax Of The Test.
1 --n... ■' -- - -
I OUST SAW OUR
FRIEND, COLONEL
HOOFER,ARM IKi
ARM WITH MI£S*
MEADOWS OVER.
IN THE PARK,
TOOTS*!
/tHOS*E TWO ARB .
4ETTIN6 PRETTV
THICW, CAS-PER.!
WELL,MRS*. HOOFER.
FlEWTHE COOP AND
c3He CAN'T EXPECT
, HIM%_
/ HOME AND
\ hold his
7 MOW V^ONWRnJL -THAT OUR PATW<->
HAVE CROWED, COLONEL! YouRE^IMPlY
IBBE&lfc-nBLE'. 1 CAKl'T LIVE WITHOUT
You- COME, LET£ FLY AWAY FROM HEBE
"TOGETHER.’. <Jue>T YOU AND I »
Life to o& m/ill be a
PARAP19E A HAPPY PAYS*
HAVE COME 'TO «yTAYa
-But '■itXK'WIFE \*> TOO OL.r>
FCQTbOl ^HE VIEVEO APPRECtATEO
,Tbul BE<5lDEe.PU5^T 5>HE LEAVE
TOU *>EVEK4 WEEW5»A40?,
‘ em, HAP MO FEEUN4& FOR/'
'Ol'OU» Vs/HT SHOULD TOU
v CONSIDER HER. NOW?
EQ-ER
I MU«9T
BE60INKJ
NOW.MieS
MEAP0W5',
I PUT MI95 MEADOWA IN A
, TAXI, AND “5HE <=>A1D FOR ME TD
PHONE HER MV AN^ER AT TWO
oaocw TOMORROW AFTERNOON1.
eHEWANT^ ME TO ELOPE.
WITH HE«'» 400t> HEAVEN^'.
Vi/HAT 1F C9OPHI& SHOULD FIND,
OUT ABOUT THI^?
I S'.
What will
COLONEL
HOOFERS
ANSWER
BE?
TsfUMAX
OF THE
TE«?m& ,
AT hand!
IFHEONL*
kfoEW THAT
Ml% MEAP0WS>
ft Hft V/1FE,
^OPHIEWiTH
A NEW
FACE*
True To. The Last
MEADOWS* WANT«> WE HD
ELOPE WITH HER» I'M TO PH ONE HER.
MY ANSWER AT TWO O'CLOCK, ANDO'S
NEARLY THAT NOW 1 SHE'S A CHARMING
WOMAN, BUT SOMEHOW OR OTHER IT
AIN'T (N ME TO 40 BACK ON SOPHIE
THAT WOULDN'T BE Rl^HT*
kb
SOPHIE AND I kAYE BEEN
MARRIED R)R A LONGTIME! •SHE'S
•3TUCK “TO ME WHEN 1 DIDN'T HAVE A
P)ME« THROUGH THlCLd AND THIN!
eHE NURSED ME BACK TO HEALTH
WHEN t WAS SICK.* SHE'S* WATCHED
OUT FOR MV INTERESTS’ Like A
mother.* »d be a fine heel to
TURN HER DOWN NOW!'. OF COURSE,
Younger AND
WELL, ITS»
~TWO OCLOCR.
NOW!
rHELlO.MI<?5>MEAPCW£>
THK& I6> COLONEL HOOFER.!
I’M CALLING "TO eAV
4C0D-BYE *TO YOU*. WE LL
NOT ^EE EACH cttoermaiu'
MY WIFE I^.A FINE
.WOMAN AND I'M 57ICWN4
WITH HER! THAT?) FINAL',
WHEN HB «MdP OVER THE PHONE ^
that 6>-ncwiw4 to Sophie hoofer*
COULP WU4- HIM -TO PEA7H'! I'M •bO HAPPY
COULP CRYt I^NT HE A PARUN4?
CM 4rOIN4 OVER Rl^rHT NOW ANP"TEU_
HIM "THAT I AM 6>OPHIE HOOFER*
<<, EE, WHAT WILL
HE «>AY?
fTHHs* I5»40lKU-r
fid BE A SHOC*
TO HIM I
J2
Vatch
TOMORROWS
PAPER ll
TOMORROW
ISTWEDAf
V/HEM "THE
CpiOWEL
WILL LEARN
THAT -
MEAPOW$»
ft m WIFE
SOPHIE WITH
4 REMODELED
FACE1.
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