An Amorioan Hern,
After leaving Apaque'.s town the
rim- widens and the mo of She
water on the sindbanfc; gradually
grew Jeer,. A.v evening drew near we
•had a jood view of the natives who
fwern fighting carruvicUy firm ii:
•rr.ndb-. nks but thov nlwe--. : ; - ;
Pd (aeration' to wo
the Ofcfllys and
.cherred us to
We armed nil well a A.'t.nau^c
Vnrly one morning arid felt at horn
ionce more. The overtuxi mail had
?d and be
Ji:sl arrived so thai I had 4e
plea-tire c;f readme hon; • r. ■ ?■
the doting pf my friend
We were all busy reading,
’news camr that one cl li
ary boys had been cap : , oil au.J
jwa* even.now on his way to ox cou
pon as he’ hod been p'cac.i .15
famainst the Iroga of a nearby vil
The doctor in ch:-go of he
• tpan mission heal-ri of tills Impptn
'lag jtiat in. tbr,e to j.;ue the po. r
iwtunst- sisuft.', ftt Abonl: o. .
The 8 1 s. pj. i.ecr was Uv j|
boat d ie to — e ill A - an.
Mil:; I was lip to A.'.OilirtgC
and tiun to t» bu r , on tin
Anj't-tnt liv.'i'. tfc-r.tf a ijl’S a x
l >.. • > ‘.-.ate . i r.ati 't
■ ) ! ;..,v r.: .. aiis uatf •. r a:
C .. ct. I. . :.i ra\ that i l^:u:\
Y- -j -Uijf it tin" r:.. all xcppitx.
, ■ ■ n c . i: i; ■
■■ c t. nhd .'tii . u. .) \ a , as tins
. I was i.) prove thorn Co i;\
; - < • 1 jmiiiHi i.ivvii
Sw. * d • • i.
N.ms i .i :i V ;ain.
I haa a u t' nd off fivin both
,h" tVh’.ff OoV’la'.r. and al
ray -■ l.and was ; ail in a
..i:i . nape h u.: cwiii; up nicety
.. . a.;.■ to want bual»i».;>
..as tttyeisa; • ;i La.S:* A ,ugo and
. in i■; i'ahct jna.it l
;n;iu; far i.'lsw’s town. Heir «:
• I tia.i bttMnc.ss of import
The v.-iir Itdoetors and Nina cams
ia the btweli to inert, ami grrei u
And oi caur.sc TTimctc myself as cou
• boy. Gathering his laos together th
'brave doctor roved to ilia village
•'Hr made one dash for the skull
H-utise rnrt revolver in hand he ras
fieued the' victim. -The njifives wor
to much taken aback b sunrl;
that, an old white man date ente
their tample that they did nothin
but. looked furpriced.
This pave the doctor time to pu
hi: boat, in midstream whilst ih
natives fired *n him from Ihe bank
tie pulled avrav to the Missto:
station but hr got away wjthou
aijy damage This v?» . n plucky dr."
nnd the old doctor of that Presby
terian Mission station was olway
ootutdersd a hero after this deed
He had saved the boy from a tor
-JSWft daath, and tod riak cd his ltf<
lor hts mission boy.
i Count tie Brava the explore!
i would be with us in the spring p.nc
hk*wiv several other vioi-m-s Tht
viver had nor i on enough to allbvi
a stonmbor: to make the tr.p ant
,*•< Uis river v.-an avdl low no butihe- -
, *‘*S done. 1 made ready however foi
my trip to t • •• sea end the lake;
and after dieeda inft ril matter.'
concerning bUainev* to i>» done the
first rise of .the r.vr; . ./-h mighi
come at fiiy'iir..' and. sir V, did.
Quit" unexpectedly the rain ha;
fallen in bv.h river and a steady
rise took place The sandbank's dis
appeared as if b: magic. And all
‘was hurry and .scurry, l left for the
sea that evetvnir there to meet the
firat 'Winboot from Gaboon which
1 wax to pilot up rive, a t far ax our
^ -when^ I felt like I
could not jet my work
done. I would get so
nervous and ‘trembly’
I would have to lie
down. I w?.s very rest
less, ar.tl could not
I certainly am
e did. It is
first thing that
remeti to give me
cnj strength. I felt
• Mi.ii T. thd cruelest woman In all
I Africa, to whom human life was no
move than a train of dust browing
, in The wind
Jgenial.as l could The old ' Chief
. i Doc!or had quite a loi to tell me of
i things that had taken place and as
’, we ('hatted 1 invited him and his
,jcompanions to help themselves and
, | thl* the;,- did in steal style soon be
■ ing quite happy. •
J Of entire I t^ld them to -ret ready
'j for me at the Josh House as 1
!, wanted to make a big wish and was
ready to pay for any favors 1 rc
! ceived front that ceremony ■ npd
it hay were a!) more than pleased. It
'ms not long before they announced
them, elves ready. Now was an irn
portant tune dor me. a.-, 1 mfended
to come away with the ruby at an
Theft or the Ruby.
| I had the position of Urn masked
i Zakirs at r glance The goddess
! looked charming: she looked bet
ter than I had ever seen her be
fore, I called the headman and had
him lay down the presents I had
brought for Nina, himself and the
Other attendants, and then painted
|tfr> rubv bending low and making
11( appear that I was receiving a
j little pain from my wounded left
i hand which I carried high ettougn
i to hide the actions of mv busy right.
The fuse acted ; plcndldly.
I had the ruby in my right pocket
whilst 1 held the imitation in mv
hand it alj^ooked quite natural. The
wand now moved down and mv
wish was Rianied amidst the wcard
sounds that came from spirits which!
the head man said were all pleased.i
■ And so was I. . |
The presents were removed and I!
Walked away m usual to the music!
• of the Ngombi I felt relieved when
I reached the ullage and was soon
.Mined by the fakers from the Josh
The Hittlr on the River. '
The trip to the sea was made
j without nnv trouble and as the|
. water was continually rising I wav'
j -Quit" urc of being able to run the!
First—in the dough. Then in
the oven. You cen bt sure
of perfect bakings in using—
25 ounces for 25c
MILLIONS OF POUNDS UStD
W OUR GOVERN MCNT
‘ tearner ft'- far as Samba Falla any
way. AH my tnaijjulutlom and
i workings. proved up to Hie mark
.end even Cell pied our expectations.
• The first boat to show by smoke
tack was the puddle steamer Pio
neer « laigc river boat which could
navigate lit eight tcet of water. A
.•i»c cm ted the ber and eunte in
•jsrhl of T —’*• grave I boarded
The i’V'pper ’ wgXI tBW riffiT and
.was ft nervous matt and rs he In
-Ssted on throwing the lead I told
him I v> in charge being the eom
ranle; pitot, and if he m istet) on
ibeing L. 11 headed I would put him
pi I . cabin and lake nil respon
■ v:qit1 *iei* oii niyi ’lf for my actions.
Af t its he stood agon ami wanted
j pr icy. T fpH in lilted and offered
. .in 1 : choice. either the boat v.a
| .n i.ty full charge or hi his. if lie
v anted to take the bout up him.eil
ihc totllil do so,
At 1he cowed and told me I
looked to young lie hated to give in
'os v.i- had a valuable cargo. I only
laughed at him and showed my
..papers Pilot in lull charge. So the
old paddles smashed away, she was
ft splendid boat, I took him in rec
ti d time to Angoljt,
Ifp now got Vimte chummy and at,
1 via: always at home with the na
tive chiefs anti m fact everybody
;else he commenced to get. confiden
tial. told me of hi.s old woman at
home and showed nil his daughters
photo Like all Liver pool era he be
came very communicative and be
fore Ion;; grew quite chummy, es
pecially on got rip (fibril e at* variotr
1 made it a strict practice of
showing a military front which lie
|soon found was quite necessary in a
land of piracy, slavery and murder.
As the old salt looked at me with
m,v bandaged hand and many of
m.v boys still patched he began to
think that this was surely a land
where* for a lad romance runs
T had always placed the wild
Ogovve river second to none where
huntRn life was a stake and I soon
i had the old Captain thinking as ]
[did At Angola I took on a few Con:.
! of farirtia food for boys and a sup
iply of fate wood, and after a two
| hours stay the old Pioneer was
j thudding up-strrftm land alls well1
and we battled up to Isoga town
* where I recommended * short stay
and of course made another wish.
Stuck In the River.
Here 1 found that the river was
falling fast on account of the ab
sence of rams in the interior and
this I explained to the Captain, we
were in a land of chance, Chief
.Isogu on One side and Rengogu on
the other both notorious river pir
ates and this X told him was a place
where we ccmld not afford to stick
for long with a valuable cargo. If
i they saw m well stuck they would
attack us in a minute And then lie
And then I answered. If they lick
us vvr won t want any advice from
anybody well all be dead if we lose
out. Lose what he said. The figh‘
through I answered.
Here tjvey commenced to stack up
arid wewe.re soon tipping, the sand
banks although we carried 80
pounds of steam. River still falling
we grounded fairly in midstream.
It f:as evening just after sundown,
we worked her all ways it was to no
avail we were stuck. I called all my
boys with Iwolo my general and we
were soon putting the boat in shape
to resist an attack which would
surely come. The old captain now
got up all arms he carried for de
fense, about* 20 old Snyders aiid
netting the stern we did all
(TO be continued i
NOTICi: OF SI MMON*
North Carolina Cleveland county
In vhe Super tor Court Before th» Cler*.
Harry Junmeiaon, *>t *i Petitioners
• •? i 3- .
C»WW RinOv Forrest Hippy, el a)... De
To JKd Rjppv and wife .Mesne Hippy
Ucoige Rlppv Avery R.ppy and wit*. Mrs
Avery Hippy Joase R;pp\ and wife, Mrs
Jesse RIpo Robert, Hippy and wife Mr#
Robert Hippy, Crayton Rtpny. Loister
tieorge TCpoy mU Mae Gordon. Dither
R;pp'> and husband w\.o*a name is tin*
mown. Giles McJJwatn, Le.tnder McSwatn
find wife. Mrs ! eander McSwam .»>nn e
UcSwaiu and husband whose name is noi
mown. Oubb Mcfiwam and wife Mr.r
Rubb McStvain Alonso McSwam and Wile
Mrs. A!oti?.o Mc3wa.n, Sen ora McSwatn.
*nd Cephas McSwam. cum •resident <ie-‘
You and each or you are hereby noli
sed that « special proceeding has been
>e*un before the clerk of superior couu
>t Cleveland count). H. C.. 10 partition
ots No> 33ft. 236 and 23V of the HomesJv
Vdcht on to the town of Shelby among the
enanis in common, in wfv.dh you have >n
n teres t, end that petit’on is on tile in
lie office of ctevfc of superior court ol
Cleveland county, end that you a.re re*
luired to appear and answer or demur
0 said petition on or beiora .lime 6 l»:u,
>r the relief prayed tor will be granted.
This the 27th dav of April. 16.1)
A. M HAMRfCK. Clerk Superior
1 T Fulls. Am
4t April 2&a
TUI'S I'M'’* SAIT.(It UM).
Under *u morn v conferred i. sf.-rd v'.
trust cveined bv Men Home.tl' end Till'
Helen Home* I.-.. id U Ne*tw, trustee
deled January |.y i»j? ana recorded In
don,: lie el Base a» or th - terntvy ei
Clot eland county* North Carotin Uu
r-»id trustee will sell ,i n 0 ri(„ , n0JU
on the toth day or May. isai n the tour,
oou» door in Shelby. North Carolina
at nubile auction for cash to me high
est bidder, the folios trig declined d: up
erir. situated m the city of Shelby. Non!,
Carolina and more particularly uescnbec
Be,‘ns lot number a of the subdivision
of that lot deeded b.v J. Mac (.rren >eid
oweri to W It Newton end II L. Weath
er* by deed dated July ts 19J4 and tc
corded m the reenter,* os.ire tor Ove B
lend county, North Carolina in boo.. OOO
at pane 041. and,bounded ** fohoas
Bej lining at rtt iron tulta at nor SI,
edje of an alley, corner lot sold to Haste
Thompson end sue end running tbenc
with their line north 2 1-3 east 1 ‘,0 feet
to *n iron atafce. thehre north a7>« seat
V\ teet to an iron atalce thence youth
-*'•« seat 1»« teet to an iron stoic on the'
north edge of *n elie- thence v tth in*
north edge of said alley sooth 8V1.* c..s
Si feet to the brg'nuiny
This sale ta made on arcoutit oh ete- i
feutt in the payment of the ttutebtrunea.- ;
secured by said deed of trust and is aub-1
teet, to alt tacts said property. 1
a nether no# due or id b’conte du;
This (he iiltn day ot April, hkji
U Z NBWTON Truster
*l April Me
Just Ten Years Ago
% * * ;
A Peep Or Two Back In 1921
f Items Taken f rom The Clereland Star ol 1921.)
i Freni The Star of May 20. 1821 > \
The two story brick building own- i
ed by T. W Hamrick, F. A. Ham-1
riel; and R. Z. Riviere, which has'
been ia course of construction the;
past year, v, ill be ready for occu-l
pancy June 1. This building is a ve: 1
handsome one and represents an out I
!r' of sistj' to seventy-the thousand
Miss heti Hamrick entertained t<
: three tables of cards at her home
on North LaFayeltc street on Tues
day evening, the following guests
enjoying the delightful hospitality:
Mr. and Mrs. George Moore, Mr. and !
1 Mrs. Charlie Roberts. Mr. Rnd Mr--,
i Wythe Royster, Misses May Kendal'.
1 Ruth Mttnday, Elizabeth McBraver,
Messrs. Forrest Eskridge, Robert
Dcggctt and Harry Wocd3on.
! _ i
Mr Tom Dixon, known ns “Little •
,Tommy” veteran of-the Confedera c!
army. di-d Tuesday afternoon at j
| o’clock at his home three miles
above Fallston following an illness
Mayor Gardner and the board of
aldermen^ in session Tuesday mg at
| held a most important meeting .n
! which an election On a $100,000 bond
'issue for school was called, and the
license tax on pool rooms was j
doubled and the license tax on meat|
i markets was removed to open up
competition in the price cf fresh ■
; West, Marion street can boast c>f
two early gardeners, namely Mes-1
I dames W. J. Roberts and George
Blanton who are so far in advanc:
J of the spring season that their re
spective families enjoyed snap beans
for dinner on Wednesday.
| Shelby acquaintances if Mr. E. R 1
; Cash of Gaffney, S. C , will be In
terested to learn that he has gone
| to Rockingham, to become $uper- j
| iniendcnt of the Steele cotton mills j
j Mr.-Cash organized and almost com j
pelted the construction of the East-j
•side mills in 3helby and the Cash
mills in Gal'fnev
Mr. Gordon, Dudley son of Mr '
and Mrs. J. G. Dudley, who is aj
blight student at Binghams insti
tute. at Asheville was taken ill sev-'
eral days ago, but it was not until'
Tuesday that his physician diagno;,
ed the case as appendicitis, and his j
parents were immediately notified
of iris condition.
Mr. John N. Dellinger, veteran
grocery merchant of Shelby will
open a first class general grocery ,
store and meat market in Shelby
Julie 1 in the new T.' W. HamffcS
company building which has just
been completed on West Marion
Miss Virginia Atkins of Boy ton, ■
Va.. and Miss Addle Cross cf Clarks- j
ville. Tenn., attractive students of j
Queens college. Charlotte are th? j
house guests this week of Miss Dor-,
The Month Orpin
Boston News Bureau.
A generation ago, nearly ete.'j
boy in the United States possess
ed a mouth organ. Very few of
these instruments are seen in tbit
country today. However, many «r»
still in use in Germany; where most
of the world's mouth organs have
been manufactured. There they are
played by adults as well as chil
dren. Germany has a traveling
mouth organ orchestra of 40 m\i>*
notice or sal* or lavi*. resident*
AND CHICKEN FARM.
t'nfl": authority conferred »* deed oi
trust executed by H McConnell end wile
UlMeit McConnell to D. Z. Newton, trus
tee. deled the J9th day ot April, 1*3*. and
recorded n book 1*1 at nag# 233 of the
teg.sir', of Cleveland county. North Caro
ilida. the said trustee will at 13 o clock
noon on the ::0th 'dev of Mar. 1031, ai
the court houe door of Cleveland cou.t
t , North Carolina acll at nubile auction,
tor cash, to the highest bidder,, the foi
lowing oescr bed prooerty
j Situated lust north of the oitv ot
;ahetby. North Carolina, and known as tua
McConnell reaidence and chicken farm
and more particularly described as lol
Tract No 1 being a portion of the Joe
l Blanton home tract and bounded as
ollons. Begisining at an iron stake, the
sou.n**si corner of Garry Smart'd lot
and IV. M. Wellmon'j line: thence with
M V.elluion'a line south *9 degs. 44
minutes east 6SJ feet to a stake id a line
art ween Joe t. Blantons home tract anti
hit tV. D. Lackey tract. IV. M WeUmor s
corner thence with said line between Joe
' Hianton tract and his XT. D. Lacker
ree; north :i degs. 19 minutes rest 319.40
,eet to a stake m emd line, hence a new
lie north 99 degs 44 mmutee west 934 It.
to a stake, thence a new line south 1
ie<t 39 nnnutes west 3*4 40 feet to the
seginuing, containing 5 acral, more or
Tract No 2 beginning at an iron stake
-hr northeast corner of Oarry Smarts
residence lot eud in west line or the S
acre tract. Just 100 fact north t deg. 3»
minutes east Jrom the beginning corner
ut the S acre tract, thence with the 9
sere tract, thence a new line W. 99 degs.
u \V. 270 teet toe atake *t east edge of
:.0 tect to a stake «t east edge 8T the
Sbelor-i'altsiou state highwav No. II:
ir.cr.ee with the east edge of the aahl
road south 1 deg 39 minutes west 190
• ret to a staae 6 metis* of a atone. Oarry
■Smart a northeast corner; thence with htr
uno couth 99 riegi. 44 minutes east 290
icei to the place of beginning, contala
.! 2V 000 feel.
I'hi3 sale is made on acoount or «e
au,t in the payment of the indehtedneds
ecurcd by eald deed of trust and is
Ubject to all taxes against said prope.-t
*i«t a deed oi trust to the Shelby Build
tig ano Loan association for 99000 00
This the 2*th day of April, 1131.
D Z NBWTON Truatee
it April 29c
Paid By Board
The following April bills wove or
dered prid by the county commis
sioners this month:
Standard Machinery and equip
ment Co county home $2.10. Eagle
Roller Mill Co., county home $26.26.
W. T. Randall, repairing plumbing
county home $10.65. J. C. Champion,
gat and oil, county home $11.25; J.
G. Dudley jr, county home $8.90.
Gardner Electric Co., lamps, county
home $1.25. A, V. Wray and Six
sons, shoes and shirts county home
$8.67. E. C. Hendrick, service station
county home $10.58. John T. Borders
salary, etc., county home $170.00;
Mite I,. Borders, fertiliser and va
ter, county home $481.58, Paul Pcs
tpn. corn meal, county home $9.5)8.
Quinn Drug Co., county home $6.b3.
Cleveland Hardware Co., county
home $59.7K Stephenson Drug Co.,
county home $18.40. W. C. Lipscomb,
repairing plows, county home $2.00.
T. P. Eskndge. county home $152.iO
The Herald Pub. Co., sheriff $3.00.
I M. Allen, trip to Raleigh $45: SUr
Pub. Co,, by sheriff, et al $80.35. Star
Pub. Co., for clerk superior court by
R. L. Ttybum, ad\; taxes $111.10. 1.
M. Allen, trip to Georgia $15.00.
City Electric Shop, for jail $6,116.
r. M. Allen, jail report $250.00. I. M.
Allen, pencils etc., for office $15.52.
Quinn Drug Co., jail $1.45. No. 6
highway commissioners, board for
prisoners $526.00. Thompson Lum
ber Co., jail $41.50. D. H. Cline, inc„
bridge depart $65.00. Shelby Vul Co.,
bridge depart. $21.35. Cleveland
Auto Jk Body, bridge dept. $3.47.
Shelby Radiator Shop, bridge dep .
$2.So. George E. Sperling, bridge
J. L. Hamrick, lumbe- $103.59
Marvin Jenkins, lumber $5.94. Pleas
>B. Cabaniss, lumber $7.30 J. C.
Weathers, bridge work $247.74. J. C.
Weathers, concrete mJxc-r, county
home $70. C. W. Hamilton, work on
lawn mower 50c. Baxter Kirkpatriek
repairing water works $20.00 Pound
and Moore, register of deeds 55c.
Mitchell Ptg Co., register of deeds
*65.20. J. p. Ledford, capturing still
$10.00. R. B. Kendrick, trip to Ra
leigh $45.00. Buien Dedmon, 1-2 cord
wood for J E. Helton $2.00. A. F.
Newton, intieaing vital statistics,
$94.85. a. P. Newton, s^ampg $3.60.
Kester. Haftrrick, capturing still $11.
Southern Public Utilities Co.. $16.40.
City of Shelby, jail $88.73. City of
Shelby, court house $25.65. Observer
Ptg. Co., $63.22. North Carolina San
atorium for K. H. Walker $24.53.
State Hospital for D H. Houser
$50. A. Blanton Orocery Co, 2
brooms court house $2.00. Plone
Bros. Co., for Criss Rains and S. E.
Bell $43 83. D. P. Moore, countv
physician $152.50. M. A. McSwain i:
Sons, by J. B. Smith $14.50. Camp
bell Dept. Store, by J. B. Small
$34.45. Southern Bell Tel. and Tel
Co., $40.25. Usher Sarden, advance
on crop *15.00. Observer Utg Co.. C.
8. C. and R. D. (63.22.
dans, each of whom plays 12 or
more instruments, mating a tou:
of more than 500 mouth organs used
by this one organization alone.
Both popular and classical selection:
are played on the instrument, which
is there called’the mouth harp. i
| W U.I.. tty.
FELT LIKE GIVING
UP. . NOW WELL;
Charles C_ Demmir. 3606 \D'
eourseyav., Latoma, K- , now add«
his praise to MALVA. the wondu
ful new family medicine
“r have been m the grocery buii
nee« all mv life, and like other but/ i
people, neglected my health Eight p
years ago, I found that I had fallen ; J
into a bad condition of stomach, kid- |
ney and bladder trouble, and felt i
like giving up. Between then ard !j
now I have tned many remedies 1 j|
learned about MALVA and tried it. |i
I have taken only a brief treatment 1
of MALVA. and can tiurhiuliy sav ,
that my ailments have disappeared, j <
and life has taken bn a new inter'
eat to me. ’" 1
Why not try a bottle—today ’ ■
lanu uuicias re., aseisun, oxie> ‘
DRUG CO. I!
— PHONE 65— !■
Cell new fer this wenderful medicine e
1 ■ '
Tt|f Negro Community Center.
i Winston-Salem Journal.
The community center for negroes
in the northeastern section of the
; city was well represented by the
| Harper-Powell Singers who gave an
admirable concert in a-local theater
Sunday afternoon. This center is do
ing a splendid work in teaching
gardening, citizenship and other use'
ful arts and Interests. It has grown |
splendidly in,achievement and scope
since It'was organized. While the!
singers were heard by a good audi
ence, there was still room for many
more. And those who were absent
— "-. >
may be sure that they allowed *u
opportunity to pass.
Miss Sourbrash—A woman is «■
old as she looks, don't you think?
Slowboy—Oh, but surely you ai
an exception to the rule!
Tremendous Savings! Latest 1931
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AH Tffpcn • AH Sizes • All Prirr*
Pul your puncture money and the value left in those lire* into
new Goodyears. Sate yourself trouble and money. Gel our
Special Trade-In Proposition on new^AII-Weathers and
Double Eagles. Drhe in today!
TIRED OF FIX1ISG FLATS?
Look at these low prices on the big, tough. jyaud new
St PFRTWIST CORD TIRK
Lifetime Guaranteed Quality Tiren Within the Reach of ALL
Frirr Cmrh frier frr trie
" 30x3 ^ >.-.•'••• M.J9 $».S4
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4.30- 20 .. (3MK4.30) 5.60 10.90
4.30- 21.s( 30*4,50) 5.69 11.10
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IDEAL SERVICE STATION
— ONE-STOP SERVICE —
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PHONE 194 _ SHELBY, N. C.
Besides The Bride
THE BEST HONEYMOON
COMPANION IS A
Carrying a pood size balance to make the event as enjoyable and
tree from financial worries as you ever dreamed the occasion
Save For A Purpose
Whatever your aspirations may be, qiake your bank balance reach
a figure where you will begin to feel a little pride and satisfaction
tor having saved for some definite purpose. Start today—or next
pay day— and save a part of your income, however small or large
it may be, and then save regularly.
First National Bank
SHELBY, N. C.
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