Do You Want To Buy Or Sell? Thousands Read Star Want Ads.
tWKat Yoij Want *
In the WAWTAPS^
Rates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
This size 1 cent per word each insertion.
. I J1*8 sk® type 2c per word each insertion.
This size type 3c per word each insertion.
noatu,! TWO HUNDRED
u*ers in Cleveland county of Gen
•ral Electric Refrigerators and not
ons has ever spent one cent tor
service. Robert C. Hord, Dealer. 8.
Washington St.. Shelby. tf 25c
FOR THE FAMOUS McCORl
mick-Deering grain binder see O.
E. Ford Co. 3t 25c
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
lor rent cheap. Desirable location.
324 W. Marion street, Telephone
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
SEE CREPES, LINENS, BRO
CADES, Kids, Calfs and Patents, all
recolored with Kydet. One of the
greatest Improvements the recolor
ing field ha* ever seen. Again Kydet
maintains Its leadership. Shelby
Shoe Shop, West Warrent St. 2t25c
WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS!
Expert work, 24-hour service. En
larging and tinting. Hollywood Stu
dio, over Woolworth’s. tf 20c
LET US DRY CLEAN YOUR
rug. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone
fi82-Ji Southern Rug Cleaners, op
posite Southern Depot. 2t 25p
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. c. Davis, next door to
Eflrd’a, I appreciate your patron
age, large or small. tf 16c
A FEW EXTRA COPIES OP
High School annual for sale at Star
Office at $1.25 per copy. 2t 25p
FOR BALE: BLACK SHETLAND
pony. See Virgil Cox, West Warren
street. - 2t 24p
IF YOU NEED A MOWING MA
chine call on O. E. Ford Co. for the
McCormick-Deering, ' 3t 25c
DON’T NEGLECT FEET
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
SEE O. E. FORD FOR GALVEN
laed roofing at the right price.
_ 3t 25c
WHEN YOU NEED A PLUMBER
or steam fitter, call the Modern
"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
cilsabled from sickness or accident.
Write for full details. North Ameri
can Accident Insurance Co., Box 12,
Shelby, N. C. tf 33c
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
house, steam heated, well located,
good condition, formerly occupied
by T. P. Eskridge on W. Marlon St.
A. Blanton Grocery Co. tf 22c
DOES YOUR ROOF
LEAK? If so See J.
W. Denton, H o e y
Apartments or Phone
4-J. Work guaran
I REPAIR LAWN MOWERS AND
repair shoes too, at Sellers Shoe
Shop. tf 15c
SEE O. E. FORD CO. FOR BIND
*r twine. 3t 25c
We are now hatching from
some of the best flocks in the
state that have been culled
blood tested by state depart
ment for years. Livability ex
tra fine. Price lqjv. Hatch each
Wednesday. Started chicks
every day. Money in good
poultry every month in the
year. Try our tested chicks.
Suttle Hatchery. tf-22c
PLENTY OF FERTILIZERS, NI«
trate of soda and sulphate of amonl*
at O. E. Ford Co’s. 3t25c
WE BUY PEAS,
Can Seed and Coun
try Hams. Cleveland
Produce Co. tf43c
SEE O. E. FORD CO. FOR YOUR
aide dressing for mil crops. 3t 25c
FOR SALE: GOOD FIVE ROOM
house in west Shelby on small cash
payment, six yean easy terms on
balance. S. S. Royster, St 35c
APARTMENT FOR RENT
W. A. Pendleton. 2t 27c
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
house one block from square rea
sonable rent. Royster Oil Co. 2t 23c
"open all night.
Central Cafe. West
ern steaks a special
A FEW EXTRA COPIES OF
High School annual for sale at Star
office at $1.25 per copy. 2t 25p
O. E. FORD CO. HAS PLENTY
of lime, cement and brick on hand
all the time. 3t 25c
NEW AND~~Usin AUTO’PARTS.
"All parts for some cars, some parts
for all cars." Automobile glass in
stalled. Fink Iron and Metal Co.,
Trade Alley, Phone 580. tf 25c
WANTED BY TWENTY-ONE
year old man, a Job as bookkeeper,
salesman or clerk. Good reference.
Apply at Star office. 2t 25p
YOU’LL NEVER FIND
better Tire Prices than these,
no mater how hard you try.
Typical of the bargains we
29 x 4.40 — 21 ..$3.98
410 x 4.50 — 21.$4.69
28 x 4.75 — 19 . $5.46
29 x 4.75 — 20 _$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
LOOK - BUY YOUR
oats, cane seed, peas,
cotton seed meal and
nulls, and other feeds,
from Cleveland Pro
duce Co. Phone 694,
Shelby, N. C. Dtfllc
WE BUY CHICK
ENS and eggs. Cleve
land Produce Co. Dtf
NANCY HALL and
Porto Rico sweet po
tato plants, fresh
daily. 25c per hun
dred, $2.50 per thou
sand. C. H. Reinhardt
South Shelby. 2t-27c
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM FtJR>
nished house on Graham St., $25.
Apply 112 McBrayer St. tf 13c
DON’T LET YOUR SHOE RE
pairlng cost you too much. See the
Landis Shoe Shop. t'-8c
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.
BRING YOUR LAWN MOWER,
Shoes and parasols to the Sellers
Shoe Shop for repairs. tf 15c
MAN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH
route of 800 consumers In northeast
Rutherford, east Gaston counties,
Cliffslde. Reliable hustler can start
earning $35 weekly and increase
every month. Write immediately.
Rawleigh Co., Dept. NC-W-52-S,
Richmond, Va. 2t 27p
o f Wedding Invita
tions and announce
? 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
Try Star Want Ada.
Burke Man Is
Killed In Row;
Kd Mull Fatally Wounded Car
Wreck En Route To
Morganton, May 25.—Out of a se
ries of escapades which followed a
birthday dinner Sunday at the home
of Ed Williams, a few miles south
of Morganton, Ed Mull is dead and
Bruce Duckworth is in Jail but was
painfully cut In the affray. _ _
It appears that a second fight
which occurred about 5 o’clock Sun
day afternoon was the aftermath of
a fight soon after the dinner at the
Williams’ home, near which both
took place. Officers say that as
nearly as they can determine the
participants in this fight were, An
drew Lefevers and Bill Cline ns
the principals and Bruce Diifck-i
worth, and Lone Williams. Later
in the afternoon Till Cline, accom-J
panied by Ed Mull and Gul Mull,
encountered Bruce Duckworth and
the hostilities were renewed, it is
said. It has been difficult to get
the details of the affair.
In the second fight Ed Mull was
mortally wounded but whether or
not by Duckworth's gun is not
known. En route to the hospital the
car in which Mull was being taken
by his brother, Russell Mull, collid
ed with a car driven by Paul Low
man. Mull is said to have been dy
ing when the wreck occurred and
was dead when the hospital was
The time for the preliminary hear
inn has not vet been set
SEE US FOR GENU
INE government in
spected Potato plants.
Stores, Shelby and
FOR SALE — 300
seed, 75c per bushel;
300 bushels soy beans
$2 per bushel; a 1 s o
peas, cane seed, seed
corn and other field
seed. D. A. Beam.
FOR PEAS, CANE
Seed, Sudan Grass
and all Field and Gar
den seeds see Camp
Tt Pays To Advertise
News Of Interest;
Book Club Is Entertained. Sewing j
flub Members Guests Of
(Special to The Star.)
Boiling 8prings, May 25.—Mrs. O
P. Hamrick and Mrs. M. O. Panglc j
were most gracious hostesses to thej
Philsonlan book club and a few In-'
vited guests on Wednesday after- j
nooh at 4 o’clock. The house was
beautifully decorated with a wealth!
of summer flowers. A short business'
meeting was held ably presided overj
by Mrs. J. X.. Jenkins in the absence,
of the president, Mrs. B. M. Jarrctt
Most interesting and instructive pa
pers were read by Mrs. Clifford
Hamrick on "The Water Power of
North Carolina,” and by Mrs. G. M.
Greene on “The Forests of North
Following the program the host
esses served a delicious salad course
Mrs. J. L, Jenkins charmingly En
tertained the Tongues and Needles
club on Friday afternoon at 3:30.
Quite u number of members and
several invited guests enjoyed Mrs.
Jenkins’ hospitality. The business
meeting was presided over by the
president, Mrs. Rosina Grigg. Fol
lowing the business meeting a sew
ing contest was presented by the
hostess in which Miss Johnnie Male
McBrayer and Mrs. Rosina Grigg
were winners of attractive prizes.
The hostess assisted by Mrs. J. H.
Jones served strawberries with cream
Misses Minnie Cabanlss and Pearl
Cornwell of the Zion community
spent several days of last week with
Mr. and Mr*. C. I. Putnam.
Miss Eunice Kneece of Sanford
spent several days of last week at
the college attending commence
ment. Miss Kneece is a former pop
ular member of the college faculty
and will come to us again next
year as dean of women.
Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Weaver of
Sanford attended commencement
here last week. Their daughter, Miss
Agnes, w'as a member of the grad
Mrs. Grady Lovelace was a charm
ing hostess to the members of the
high51 school graduating class on
Tuesday afternoon at a lovely re
ception at the home of Mrs. Ladd
Hamrick. Her attractive small
daughter, Miss Linda Lee, is the
mascot for this class.
Mrs. L. O. Griffith, of Fleming,
Quality Furniture On
Shelby, N. C.
Ky., who was the lorrurr MU. Mary
Jolley ami ku alumnus of our
school, was a visitor hero during
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Moore and
daughters were visitors here over
the ;>ast week-end. Mrs. Moore
spent the time with Mr. and Mrs.
V. H. Hamrick. Mr. Moore and Miss
Frances Lee went, on to Hender
sonville lor a visit with Mr. Moore’s
Miss Sarah Lee Hamrick of Pam
lico, 8. C. and Mr. Cade Orrene of
Black Mountain were visitors to
their respective homes over the
week-end. coming especially to at
tend the alumni banquet on Satur
Mr. and Mrs C C. Oopde spent;
the past week-end In Chcsnec. Mrs
Goode will spend several weeks with
her parents there
Miss Rosalyn Pruett Is spending
several days with Dr. and Mrs. B
Jarrett In Shelby.
Mrs. Roslna Grlgg and Mias
Johnnie Male McBrayer spent the
past week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Walker on Gaffney R-i, go- ■
to* over especially to- attend me
mortal services at Camps Cm';
Miss Dovle Moore had the greet'
misfortune of having his house bad
ly damaged by the severe storm on
Friday night. Mr. Moore's place We .
diiocUy in the path of the twister.!
and his crops, fruit trees and tenant j
houses also suffered heavy damagt
Mr. Rector Robbins, former stu
dent here and Dr. Moose, both of
Charlotte were visitors here Satin
Mias Blanche Boyter, voice; teach
er at the college, had as her guest
during commencement her mother,
Mrs, Boyter, of York.
We will miss from our community
Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Parris and Rev.
and Mrs, Jennings Payne who are
moving this week.
Master Lansford Jolley was host
to a number of his little friends on
Saturday afternoon, the occasion
being his fourth birthday. Game
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You save in using
KC. Use LESS than of
high priced brand*.
it's douile acting
mulionsof pounds used
BV OUR GOVERNMENT
were played and greatly enjoyed by
the little folks, following which they
were invited Into the dining room
where the birthday cake was cut
and let! cream and mints were serv
ed by Mrs. M, A, Jolley assisted by
Mrs. Ro'-ina Grlgg.
Mrs. M. A. Jolley entertained at
a lovely dinner on a recent even
ing having as her guests Miss MU-1
dred Hamrick and Miss Ada Ham
rick of the college. Miss Thelma Jol
ley, Miss Johnnie Male MeBrayer
and Mrs. Uosma Grlgg
I'ire Destroys l) Roony
House On Saturday!
(Special to The Star)
Kings Mountain, May 23.- Fire of,
aii unknown origin completely rte-1
stroyed the 9 room home of W. A.i
Morris near the Pauline Mills ln|
Kings Mountain Saturday morning!
at 2 o'clock Both the old and the1
cine that will
do the work. It'a
free action on the
bowels quickly relieves
constipation —the usual
cause of stomach disorders,
kidney and liver trouble, bilious*
ness, dizzy feeling,gas pains, bloat*
ing, neuritis, coughs and colds.
Try Herb Extract, formerly called
Herb Juice, and^know what it means
to enjoy good health,
You don’t need pills with this
Refuse imitations, nothing like the
genuine as shown above.
Sold and recommended by
Paul Webb & Son
And Leading Druggists
We Accept Money
PAYABLE OR COMPO
We Loan Money on Good I
gage Payable in Weekly or j
8% Cumulative Preferred S
May be Obtained at Par ($1
at Our Office.
IVon-Taxable and Non*Asset
Three Years Without Missii
Three Years Without a Los
M. & J. FINANCI
Phone 386 Shelby, N. C.
dew fire trucks were taken to the
scene but the fire had gained such
headway that nothing could be done
to save the house. Lonnie Camby
and family, who were living In the
house lost everything they had, even
ments and Invita
tions. The famous Re
lief graf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
Need not be at all dangerous
if treated upon first symp
toms. Mothers for more than
a generation have put an end
to stomach and • bowei dis
turbances of, their children
by keeping handy a bottle of
Anti-Ferment. It settles the
stomach, soothes the pains,
prevents violent paroxysms,
tends to regulate the bowels
and in the end may avoid
Ccjlitis and more serious trou
bles. It is harmless and non
narcotic but a relief for Dys
enterry, and Diarrhea and
digestive disorders due to up
set stomach and bowels. It
may be obtained in separate
formulae, for adults 75c or
for children 60c at all drug
stores. Keep it ready for em
On Certificate And
indorsement or First Mort
took and Common B, Stock
00) per Share, by Applying
ig a Quarterly Dividend.
Office: Thompson & Co.
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
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It Pays To Advertise
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