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NEARLY TWO HUNDRED
users in Cleveland county or Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one has ever spent one cent tor
service. Robert C. Hord, Dealer, s.
Washington St., Shelby. tf 25c
COUNTY ROADS WILL
be taken over by the state on
July 1st. Get a county road
map and a soil survey map
free by renewing your sub
scription to The Star for six
months or longer. Only limit
ed quantity of maps left. 6t2£
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
Eflrd’s. I appreciate vour patron
age, large or small. tf 16c
DON’T NEGLECT F E E T
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
WHEN YOU NEED A PLUMBER
or steam fitter, call the Modern
Plumbing and Heating Co., the
plumbing and heating specialist.
Telephone 569. tf 20c
VERY SPECIAL OFFER
good until July 1st. Two val
uable maps of Cleveland coun
ty, one a road map showing
the county highways to be
taken over by the State on
July 1st, the other a soil sur
vey map, showing the various
types of soil throughout the
county. Both are large maps
and the soil map carries with
it a description of the soils.
Renew your subscription to
The Star for six months or
longer and get BOTH FREET
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
Shop. tf 15c
WE HAVE TWO SLIGHTLY
used Frigidaires with a guarantee.
Will sell reasonable. Terms if de
sired. Cleveland Refrigerating Co.
NEW AND USED 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
“bring YOUR LAWN MOWER,
Shoes and parasols to the Sellers
Shoe Shop for repairs. tf 15c
o f Wedding Invita
tions and announce
g r a f (raised letter)
and printing. Samples
upon request. All pric
es at a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tfllc
TWO VALUABLE CLEY>
LAND county maps FREE.
One a road map showing the
793 miles of county roads, the
other a soil survey showing
the various types of land, the
streams, etc. You can get both
of these maps by renewing
your subscription to The Star
for six months or longer. 6t22
" LOCATED AT 105 WEST GRA
ham Is the Fngidaire Agency. Phone
669. Cleveland Refrigerating Com
pany. 6t 19c
IP YOUR ELECT^fcftS! REFRIG
erator needs service phone 569.
Cleveland Refrigerating Co. 6t 19c
'DON’T BUY HAY
Sow peas, soy beans,
cane. We sell these
and other field seeds.
D. A. Beam Co. 6tl7c
' APARTMENTS FOR RENT: ALL
modem conveniences. Also five
room house near hospital. W. A.
Pendleton. 3t 19c
WILL TRADE A RADIO
or Frigidaire for good milk
cow. Radio and Frigidaire
both new. W. A. Pendleton.
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
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 ..$5.74
30 x 5.00 — 20 ..$5.81
30 x 3 .....l.. $3.48
30 x 3 1-2 — O. S_$3.68
“It Costs Less to Ride on U.
S. Tires.” SMITH S GARAGE,
Eallston, N. C. . tf-13c
MR. FARMER, GET
your peas and cane
seed from Cleveland,
Produce Co. Prices!
right. Phone 694. tflO
Repairs. W. T. Ran
dall, Phone 329. 8t-12'
PRIVATE LESSONS ON
all musical instruments. Room
16, over Woolworth’s. Free
audition for x*adio broadcast
ing every Thursday. See Prof.
TORY of Music wishes" to an
nounce the appointment of
Mr. Owen Ogborn to their
teaching staff. Room f 6,
Linebergcr Building, Shel
WANTED—A GOOD MILK
cow. Will trade new Radio or
new Frigidaire for same. W.
A. Pendleton. _ 4t-19q
PRIVATE LESSONS O N
organ or piano. Rates and in
formation. Prof. Goldman.
Thursday all day. Room 16,
Lineberger Building, Shel
ADDED TO OUR OFFER
of a new county road map of
Cleveland county, is a Soil
Survey Map of Cleveland. The
soil survey may is in colors
and with a booklet of 37 pag
es describing the various typ
es of soil. Get both FREE by
renewing your subscription to
The Star for six months or
CANE SEED. A FEW
more left. $1.50 bush
el. D. A. Beam Co. 3tc
milk cows. Will trade
for other Cattle. D. A.
WANTED 25,000 TO JOIN THE
Independent Burial association.
Cost is one-half cent per day For
information see W. G. Spake, coun
ty agent, 206 Suttle street . tf-17c
~f6r_SALE: GOOD SIX ROOM
house in West Shelby, on terms of
three dollars per week to reliable
party. S. S. Royster, Shelby, N. C.
FOR RENT: GOOD EIGHT
room house one block from square.
Royster Oil Co., Shelby, N. C.
LAKE WACCAMAW: FURNISH
ed cottages with bath rented by
week. Write, phone or wire Oscar
High, Whltevllle, N. C. 4t 22c
LOST: IN FRONT OF ISAAC
Shelby hotel Saturday, a car key.
Finder please return to Star office.
Reward. 3t 22pj
FOR RENT: TWO ROOMS FOR
light house keeping with kitchen
ette and sharing bath. Also two in
dividual rooms. All furnished. Phone
665. Mrs. Wm. M. Roberts, Cleve
land Springs road. 6t 24c
WANTED: SECOND HAND SAFE
in good condition. Dr. L. V. Lee,
Lattimore. 3t 22c
FOR RENT: TWO FIRST FLOOR
rooms furnished or unfurnished.
Rent very reasonable. Mrs. T. G.
Hamrick, S. LaFayette. 2t 22c
NEED A NEW TIRE
Cover? Get one for
35c from Rex Cigar
LOST N C TRUCK TAG NO.
35,205-1 1-2 ton. with taillight. Flnd
j er leave at Star of lice. i24u
MAN WANTED FOE RAWLEIGH j
route of 800 consumers In northeast
Rutherford, east Gaston counties,
Cliffslde, Reliable hustler can start
earning $35 weekly and Increase ev
ery month. Write immediately. Raw
leigh Co.. Dept. NC.-W-52-S, Rich
mond, Va. 224p
_FOR RENT~ONE~LARGE BED
room with private bath to married
couple or single gentleman. South
Washington street, phone 767-W.
FOR SALE: ONE FRESH MILK
cow. W. Kelly Hunt, Casar, N. C.,
Route 1. It 24 p
FOR JOB PRINTING OF ALL
KINDS—CALL THE STAR FOR
NOTICE Ol RE-SALE.
Under order of courl m»de In special
proceeding entitled J. C. Newton and Carl
Thompson, administrators, et al. vs. Robie
Brackett, J C. Brackett, et al. on May 8.
1931, the undersigned commissioner will
offer tor resale at the court house door
in Shelby. Cleveland county. North Caro
lina, at 13 o'clock M. on July 9, 1933, at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash the following described lo| of land
lying and being In No e township, Cleve
land county, Shelby. North Carollua, and
more particularly described and defined
Lot No. 1. Lying and being In No 6
township, Cleveland county. North Caro
lina, and described as follows: Beginning
at the intersection of West Graham street
and Martin street in the southwest square
of the city of Shelby. North Carolina, and
runa thence east with the north side of
West Graham street 06 feet to a slake.
A. P Weathers' tornet. thence with
Weathers' line north 135 feet to a stake,
a hew corner; thence a new line west 66
feet, to a stake in east edge of Martin
street; thence with south edge of said
street south 135 feet to the beginning and
being southern part of lot No. 5 at shown
on plat In book No. 1 at page 667. In the
registry of Cleveland county, North Caro
This June 24th. 1931
D. E. Newton, Atty.
2t June 24c
By virtue of the power of sale ©qre
tained in a deed of trust executed on
January 17th, 1931, to me as truaitee, se
curing an Indebtedness to the Shelby
Building and Loan association, said deed
of trust being duly recorded in book 16G
of deeds of trust, page 286, in the office
of the register of deeds of Cleveland
county, N. c. and default having been
made in the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured, I will sell for cash to
the highest bidder at public auction at
th court house door in the town of Shel
by, N. C. on
Monday, July 57. 1931,
at 12 o'clock M., the following described
That lot lying on the south side of West
Marion street In the town of Shelby, N
CV.v.and^frontlng 85 foet on 5ald street,
with a depth of about 190 feet, and beinc
the lot deeded J c. Newton bv m P
Sjjjy a**d w^e, by deed dated October 6
192^. and recorded In book KKK of deeds
page 445. of the register's office of Cleve
land county N. C > to which deed and
the -record thereof reference is made for
the metes and bounds. ’
feregoing property will be sold
subject to any unpaid taxes levied or as
sessed gainst Be id property
This June S2rid, 1931.
CLYDE R. HOEY, Trustee
4t Jdne 2»c
Quality Furniture On
Shelby, N. C.
Try Star Want Ads.
Man At Sunday School For
1,361st Consecutive Week
New Beriv, June 24.—Claiming a
world record for Sunday school at
tendance, E. F. Lewis of Raleigh, a
native of New Bern, went to two
Sunday schools here Sunday for his
1.361st consecutive week. He wears
bars proving his 26th unbroken year
of Sabbath school attendance.
Some time ago he , received a
diamond lor the establishment ol
his record over 79.754 registered
Sunday school students. The cham
pionship is acknowledged in the
United States, Canada. England
and France. His record is kept of
ficially in New York and he has to
account for every Sunday that tic
happens to be out of Raleigh.
Bom in March, 1867, at New Bern,
Mr. Lewis is now 64 years old, but
never misses a Sunday from Sab
bath school. Oh one occasion he
was rolled in two blankets and car
ried to Suftday school from a Ra
leigh hospital; at another time he
was physically unable to be taken
to the church, so 44 of the class
members met with him at his bed
A member of the Simms Baraca
class of the Tabernacle Baptist
church in Raleigh, Mr. Lewis is so
far ahead of other Sunday school
attendants that church authorities
in Nashville, lYnn., have had to
have his last three ba*s made *».;
special hand order in New York
Drop That Scrrip Brush.
"What must one do to have beau
Flower Festival On
Now In Asheville
Brilliant Program Bring Presented
During Annual Show of Moun
Asheville, June 23.—Early Indica
tions point toward the largest at
tendance in the history of the rho
dodendron festival on the occasion
of its fourth annual celebration in
Asheville, June 24, 25 and 26. Visit
ors from many states will see the
various events of the fete, accord
ing to a survey of advance hotel
reservations. Over 550,000 people suw
the floral parade and jester's revel
in 1930, and this high record is ex
pected to be exceeded in the 1931
The festival, this year, will pre
sent an exceedingly brilliant pro
gram and the number of Individuals
and organisations taking part will
be in excess of previous celebra
tions of the fete. Built around the
annual season of mountain flowers,
when whole mountain slopes arc
blanketed with the blossoms of
mountain laurel and rhododendron,
the festival is essentially floral In
character. Every hour of the three
days of the festival will mark some
colorful event in progress and the
highways leading into the moun
tains where the wild shrubs are in
blossom, will bear the traffic of
many motorists, anxious to see the
wild gardens at the height of their
S1«LBV » pUSVELAND pOUNTt
AFE ** V^omervative ^onsdenliow
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
GET 13 WEEKS AHEAD!
' ^ You are now just 13 weeks behind those who start
ed in our April Series, but you will be just 13 weeks
ahead of those who start in October series, if you start
with us on July 4th.
Start now with a few shares.
NEW SERIES OPENS JULY 4, 1931
Secure your financial independence. Celebrate
Independence Day by starting in our New' Series July
Shelby and Cleveland County
Building and Loan Association
R. T. LeGRAND, Pres. JNO. P. MULL, Sec. & Treas.
Model Valet Works
For Star Of Movies
George Arils*' Attendant For 25
i car* I* Efficiency
Hollywood, cal. For 25 jeans
' George Jenfter, valet to George Ar
itss. has been a hero to Arliss arid
by the same token the noted actor
has been a hero to George,
i Otherwise, Hollywood Is unable to
explain how AiTiss could keep his
man for a quarter of n century
when many stars change chauf
feurs, valets, personal maids busi
ness managers and press agents
j with the turn of the clock.
Arliss frankly admits that wtth
j out the services of Jrnner he would
J be lost during lit* dally routine in
Hollywood Hetlri'urnt of Jenner,
according to Arliss, is about the
| only thing at present which might
cause his own retirement from the
Hollywood marvels at the manner
In which Jenner anticipates the
wishes of Arliss. It Is noised around
that other actors, enthralled by
, Jenner's efficiency, have made him
excellent offers, but Jenner stays
Jenner serves ten to the actor at
3 o'clock every afternoon that Ar
ltss works on a set. He has formed
the idea that Arils* should not
work after 5 p. m. and calls at the
sound stage promptly »t that time.
He has been known to pick up a
coat, or wig Arllss needed on a set
and disappear into a dressing room
tf his employer seemed inclined to
While producers and executives
have learned to give In to Jenner.
they sometimes become provoked at
hts indifference to studio schedul
es Jenner appears to bo unaware of
this but goes about, his one Rim In
life—to serve Arllss.
The valet is English and Is huge
and bulky. When a youth he train
ed ns a boxer and it Is said that he
once knocked out a famous fighter
In a Boston salooft, —
Perhaps this rumor, which has
gone the rounds of Hollywood, Is
one reason that Jenner goes unmo
lested into any studio—whether it
be to serve tea, or remind Arllss
that it is time to go home.
Christ In Manner
To Make Judas Blush
Poeoao Pine*. Pa.—The 39th
annual International Walther
league convention, which open
ed here thia week, launchrd it*
business sessions Monday.
Monday Dr. Walter A. Mater, pro
fessor at Concordia Theological
.seminary, St. Louis, asserted that
"highly publicized’1 ministers "be
tray their Lord in a manner which
[would make Judas blush."
Dr. Maler said cheap immoral lit
erature which was never more
available than now and that mo
tion pictures were often used to
blast away every vestige of the
Ideals of clean living and fine life,"
He .said he believed a battle fot
supremacy over the Soviet philo
•sophy would be waged within ten
When Girls Grow Miserly
*'l.s your wife economical?"
“Sometimes. She had only twenty
six candles on her fortieth birthday
cake last night.”—Boston Transcript,
Since the enthusiastic reception
given the 1931 Oldsmobile on
the occasion of its introduction
to the public in January of this
year, Oldamobile'a popularity
has continued to increase, mont h
after month. As a result, Olds
mobile is now enjoying a greater
percentage of the business in its
price class than ever before.
~ ■ r— ■
GAINING o G REATER
BUSINESS IN ITS PRICE
CLASS THAN ever BEFORE
O L D S MOBILE
TOOTS AND CASPER-— And That’* Unchangeable!
/ <3rLAD to see
YOU AAAlM, MRS.
HOOFER.! DID YOU
HAVE A NICE
1 HAD A <&LORIOUS TIME.
C A6PER, BUT THEY
CHARGED US 430.22 A
dayattve SEASHORE -
HOTEL. AND COLONEL.
HOOFER couldnY ENJOY
YOU MUST BE PROUD OF
YOUR WIFE SINCE SHE
HAD HER, FACE
~]l I WOULDN'T SAY
JTHAT SOPHIE IS
/ BEAUTIFUL, CASPER!
I SHE'S NOT PRETTY
( BUT SHE'S GRACEFUL
_TL lit <*
WHAT THE COLONEL.
SAID AND SHE
CALLED HIM ASIDE ' ]/"
SHE'S 4IVINS- HIM J <
blaz.es ! rxfi %
<^0T A 4000
DIDN'T YOU ?
A WELL, IF IT ISN'T
K SPARERtBS, AND HIS.
VALET i HAVEN'T YOU ANYTHIN^
N\ORE IMPORTANT TO DOTHAN
" "TO WASTE YOUR. TIME
leading- a coy
$ THAT'S ONE THBsl^r
I DfWV 'THB UNE ON,
CASPER.} | LIKE DO&S
AND SOPHIE. ALWAYS
IVE dOT TROUBLES
. ENOUGH WITHOUT
^ ~ -—Trr-. THAT? /
A LOT, BUT
YOU EVER SAY
1 LET SOPHIE HAVE.
HER. OWN WAY ABOUT
MOST THINGS/ BUT I
STAND FAT ON ONE
ISSUE- } THERE t-L.
BE NO DOAS tN
MY FAMILY i
SJW WHAT MISCHIEF HAS
''CASPER. thought of ?
C CONTINUED TQMORTOw)