North Carolina Newspapers

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Do You Want To Buy Or Sell? Thousands Read Star Want Ads.
L whatYouwant 1
k In the WANTAPS^
Rates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
_ This size l cent per word each Insertion.
' TJ1’3 3ize type 2c per word each insertion.
I ms size type 3c per word each insertion.
nearly two hundred
nserB In Cleveland county of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent for
service. Robert C. Hord, Dealer, 8.
Washington St., Shelby. u 25c
FOR THE FAMOUS McCOR^
mlck-Deering grain binder see O.
®- Ford Co. 3t 25c
WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS.
Expert work, 24-hour service. En
larging and tinting. Hollywood Stu
dio, over Woolworth's. tf 20c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. C. Davis, next door to
Eftrd'S. I appreciate your patroc
•ge, large or small tf 18c
IF YOU NEED A MOWING UA
ehine caU on O. E. Ford Co. for the
McCormlck-Deering. 3t 25c
DON’T NEGLECT FEET
tliese hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
City. tf-27c
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 Btrr x 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. a tf 23c
FOR RENT: EIGHT ROOM
house, steam heated, well located,
good condition, formerly occupied
by T. P. Eskridge on W. Marion St.
A. Blanton Grocery Co. tf 22c
I REPAIR LAWN MOWERS AND
repair shoes too, at Sellers Shoe
Strop- tf 15c
DONT LET TOUR SHOE RE
pairing cost you too much. See the
Landis Shoe Shop. tf-8c
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 XI. tflle
PLENTY OP FERTILIZERS, Ni
trate -of soda and sulphate of amonla
at O. E. Ford Oos. 3t25c
WE -BUY t PEAS,
Can Seed and Coun
try Hams. Cleveland
Produce Co. tf-13c
SEE O. E. FORD CO. FOR YOUR
side dressing far all crops. 3t 25c
A * MIDDLE AGED WHITE
widow wants a place In the country.
Willing to work and has boy eleven
years old. We want a good home.
Address Moon Creek Service Sta
tion, Star Route, Danville, Va.
2t 29p
FOR RENT: CHEAP. NINE
room house on N. LaFayette St.
Water, lights, bath, garage, bam,
large lot. J. A. Phllbeck, Lawndale,
Q* _ 3t 29c
WANTED: SETTLED WHITE
woman for housekeeper and to care
for three children, write “House
keeper,” care The Star. 3t 29p
WANTED TO BORROW $100
for one year. First mortgage on city
property as collateral. Write Box
8*8- It 29p
CHICK SPECIAL -
SATURDAY ONLY
100 week and two week old
chicks $10.00 with ten free
chicks with each hundred. Get
yours early as only have lim
ited amount. Suttle Hatch
ery. _ltc
NANCY HALL and
Porto Rico sweet po
tato plants, fresh
daily. 20c per hun
dred, $2.00 per thou
sand. C. H. Reinhardt
South Shelby. i2t-27c
t,
APARTMENT FOR RENT
W. A. Pendleton. 2t 27c
"open allnight.
Central Cafe. West
ern steaks a special
ty. _ tf-4c
O. E. FORD CO. HAS PLENTY
of lime, cement and brick on hand
all the time. 3t 25o
NEW AND USED AUTO~PARTS.’
"All parte for some cars, some parts
for all cars.” Automobile glass In
stalled. Fink Iron and Metal Co..
Trade Alley, Phone 580. tf 25c
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 __ $5.54
29 x 5.00 — 19 *_$o.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
.lulls, and other feeds,
from Cleveland Pro
duce Co. Phone 694,
Shelby, N. C. Dtfllc
WE BUY CHICK
ENS and eggs. Cleve
land Produce Go. Dtf
— * - ■
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM FUR
ntehed bouse on Oraham St. $25.
Apply 112 McBrayer St. tf 13c
WANTED TO BUY FRESH MILK
cow. See C. A. Ed dings at B. s.
Mauney farm. Fallston road, R-0
Shalby. l-29p
BEE O. E. FORD CO. FOR BIND
er twine. 3t 35c
BEAUTIFUL WED
DING A n n o u nce
m e n t s and Invita
tions. The famous Re
lief graf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
but c onsiclerably
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone
11. tfl4p
OPENING, ROOM 16, LINE
' BERGER building, of Gas
jtonia 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
BRING YOUR LAWN MOWER,
Shoes and parasols to the Sellers
Shoe Shop lor repairs. tl 15c
MAN WANTED FOR HAW^EIGH
route of 800 consumers In northeast
Rutherford, east Gaston counties,
Cllffslde. Reliable hustler can start
earning $35 weekly and Increase
every month, write Immediately.
Rawteigh Co., Dept. NC-W-52-S,
Richmond, Va. at 27p
FOR RENT. FOUR ROOMS
and hall, private bath, hot and cold
running water. Rooms being ref in
iahedr Sea A. P, Weathers, phone
54. St 28p
LOST: A SILVER LINK BRACE
let with three rhinestones In It. It
was lost between the Chocolate
shop and W. A. Pendleton residence.
If found call 696. 3t 39c
Baseball umpires were introduced
In 1879, and shortly thereafter ne
cessity mothered the invention of
pop bottles.
Mooresboro News
Of Late Interest
Students and Teachers Home From
School. Mrs. J. K. Smart III.
Other News Items.
(Special to The Star )
Mooresboro, May 28. Miss Mar
garet Oreene, student of Ashevtlle
Normal returned home Tuesday to
spend the summer with her parents.
Mrs. Edna B. Champion and chil
dren are visjtlng her sister Mrs.
Strait of Rock Hill, S. C„ this week
Miss Daisy Lovelace, teacher of
Kings Mountain school and Mtss
Nola Patrick of Alexandria have re
turned home for the summer
Mlas Nan Blackwell of Chesnee.
8. C„ Is visiting her sister. Mrs,
Fred Davis.
Miss Iris Rollins, student at N. C.
C. W„ spent the week end last week
with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Burrus and Mr
and Mrs. Clyde Goforth arc spend
ing this week In Florida.
Miss Frances McCardwell returned
to L**notr-Rhyne college Tuesday to
enter summer school.
Mrs. J K. Smart Is sick at this
writing, we are sorry to note.
Miss Flora Greene who Is working
In Asheville, spent the week end
with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Greene and
baby of Asheville, spent the week
end with their mother, Mrs. B, P.
Greene.
Mrs. Grady Walker Is spending a
few days at Nebo, with relatives.
A paragrapher asserts that gossip
Is the only thing for which the sup
ply 1s not equal to the demand. How
about alimony?
Future General
Alfred Ashman' (above), Oak*
’.and, Calif., winner in the National
Flag Contest conducted by Hearst
newspapers, is to enter West Point
Military Academy July 1. Ash- \
man accompanied other California j
Sag winners to Washington, D, C.,:
on an inspirational tour arranged 1
by William Randolph Hearst for!
successful entrants from all parts
of the country.
Seeks Second Win
Bu,w
v 'Arnold
Billy Arnold (above),Chicago boy,
victor in the Indianapolis Speedway
600-mile grind last year, has en
tered the lists for the 1931 auto
mobile racing classic with a deter
mination to be crowned speed king
of the brick oval again. Billy's
victory in 1930 was his first at In
dianapolis, but he fully intends to
duplicate it this season.
Beluiood Section
Events Of Week
Bel wood, May 98.—The commun
ity was visited by a hall and rain
storm Friday afternoon. Some dam
age was done to the crops and
fruits.
Mr. John Brackett, son <ti Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Brackett had the mis
fortune of getting shot through the
foot Thursday afternoon, the gun
was discharged accidentally. He is
getting along .nicely
Mnr tftid Mrsr Werth -Gaslpe and
*on Arnold, of Wades boro, spent a
few days last week with Mrs. Ca
nipe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Smith.
Misses Annie Richard, Lorene and
Nannie Lou Ooodman spent Mon
day with Mr and Mrs. Plato Meade
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Thad John
son on April 19 a boy.
A large crowd was present at
Knob Creek church Sunday. Miss
Dora Willis delivered a fine sermon.
The Boyles and Upton quartet of
Toluca and the 8hort quartet of
Bessemer City sang in the afternoox
Mrs. June Willis and son of Wash
ington are spending some time with
her mother Mrs. Mack Warlick.
Miss Ethel .NortoaB of Henderson
Quality Furniture On
Phone 592.
Shelby, N. C.
vUle apent the w»k end 'with her
parents Mr. and Mrs Kigink Nor
man,
Mr. and Mrs, Mack Smith and Mr
and Mrs. Worth Canipe and son.
Arnold spent Sunday in Hickory
with Mr and Mrs. Pressley Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Davis and
son Billy of Gastonia and Mi's.
Wright visited their parents Mr.
and Mrs. Quincy Hartmun Sunday
afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. C L. Kanisey and
son Gene, and Mrs Mary Proctor
and Mr; O. W. Kanwey and Mr, auid
Mrs. Frank Olenn and children of
Shelby, Mr. and Mrs. lawraire Mil
ler and children of Lawndale R-4,
visited Mrs 8. L. Gantt Sunday aft
ernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bingham and
mother Mrs. Alice Bingham * of
FaUston spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Willis.
Miss Ann Warlick and cousin Mr.
Everett Warlick spent Saturday
night with Miss Ethel and Mr. Ed
ward White.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Chapman
of Llncolnton knd Miss Maggie Mere
Chapman visited Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Norman Sunday aftempon.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Cooke visited
WANTED
Voice or'Musical Talent
on any instrument for
Radio Programs.
Free Auditions
next Thursday, 10 to 4
.Ask for Prof. Goldman
Room 16, Over
• Woolworth’s
Notice
Farmers
Saturday, May 30, will be
the last day that I , will
thrash cane seed this sea
son.' I have purchased a
new threasher and will be
ready to thrash your grain
as usual and I will assure
you with my new equip
ment better service, both
thrashing and bailing than
' ever before.
v
. MORRISON
TRANSFER
By 8. M. Morrison
Phone 406
Prof, anrt Mr#, C. A. Ledford Sun
day.
Misses Ethel and Utile While
spent Monday night with Mr, and
Mr#, John T Wiulick.
Mr*. O. Q. Richard Is spending
several day# with her daughter Mrs
Thad Johnson,
The small children oX Mr md
Mrs. B P. Peeler axe Improving aft'
er a serious ease of whooping cough
Mr. mid Mrs. Ambrose Jeffries .md
children dT TJncoThf orf, Mr. and Mrs,
Clem Johnson of Charlotte were vis
itors in the community Sunday.
Messrs Howard Devenny and Ave
Price of Newberry, 8, C„ spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
Deal. •
Mr, Joe Short has moved to Bes
semer City.
Mrs Plator Peeler spent a few
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Oaston Hoyle of Beams mil
Mr, Jim Oantt and grandson of
Mooresboro, were visitors tn the
community Sunday.
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Besides The Bride
THE BEST HONEYMOON
COMPANION IS A
Bank Book
SSffiSWSj f‘fe hala.nce to make the event an enjoyable and
iimil^be1 f,nancla worrie* as you ever dreamed the occasion
Save For A Purpose
your aspirations may be, make, your bank balance reaeh
w Wher* ^U Wlil hegln i0 feel a m]e Pnde and satisfaction
^h,aving sa^ed for somt 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.
• TOOTS AND CASPER
A JC. O. For The Colonel.
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Hooper.
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