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    Do You Want To Buy Or Sell? Thousands Read Star Want Ads.
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Charge For Any Want Ad 26c.
This size 1 cent per word each insertion.
This size type 2c per word each insertion.
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nearly two hundred
fleers in Cleveland county of Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators and not
one Has ever spent one cent tor
service. Robert C. Hord, Dealer, a
Washington St, Shelby. tf 36c
COUNTY ROADS WILL
be taken over by the state on
July 1st. Get a county read
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. 6t22
"croquet sets —
At the Cleveland
Hardware Co. Wash
burn’s. ltc
WE DEVELOP KODAK FILMS.
Expert work. 24-hour service. En
larging and tinting. Hollywood Stu
dio, over Wool worths. tf 20c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. C. Davis, next door to
EHrd’s. I appreciate your patron
age, large or small. tf 16c
DON’T NEGLECT FEET
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
•City,tf-27c
freeIce water
at Cleveland Hard
ware Co. Washburn’s
Place. ltc
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
I 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
fit a description of the soils.
* Renew your subscription to
The Star for six months on
longer and get BOTH FREE!
6t-22p
BULL TONGUE
}P lows and Heel
! Sweeps. Good selec
tion at the Clevelanc1
Hardware Co. lt<
FOR RENT: BIGHT ROOM
hou», steam heated,,well located,
good condition, formerly occupied
by T. P. Eskridge on W, Marlon St.
Fresh repainted on Inside. A. Blan
ton Grocery Co. tf-22c
NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS.
f'AlI parts for some care, some parts
Sot all cars." Automobile glass In
stalled. Fink Iron and Metal Co.,
West Warren St., next to Shelby
Shoe Shop. tf 25c
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 at a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tfllc
FOR SALE OR TRADE: SMALL
refrigerator and Frigidaire com
plete. Suitable for small market or
cafe. K. E. Simpson, Rutherford ton,
N. G 3t 29c
TWO VALUABLE CLEVE
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
FOR RENT: FIVE ROOM
house on Oakland Drive. Lights and
water. Rent reasonable. Apply at
Star office. 3t 3 p
' DON’T LET THE HEN SUFFER
by setting three weeks. Let her set
a few days, then put 35 of our chicks
with her. We have them every day.
Suttls’s Hatchery. 4b 26c
TERRA - COTTA
Pipe/ Well Pipe and
Drain Tile at Cleve
land Hardware Cg It
YOU’LL NEVER FIND
better Tire Prices than these,
no mater how hard you try.
Typical of the bargaiils we
offer:
29 s 4.40 — 21_$3.98
30 x 4.50 — 21 _$4.69
28 x 4.75 — 19 _$5.46
29 x 4.75 — 2<r._.$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
FOR SALE — ONE
Four Burner Oil Stove
with Back and Oven.
Special price $28.50.
Cleveland Hardware
Co. ltc
PRIVATE LESSONS ON
‘ail musical instruments. Room
16, over Woolworth’s. Free
audition for radio broadcast
ing every Thursday. See Prof.
Goldman. tf-19c
POTATO PLANTS
fresh pulled, $1.50
per thousand. D. A.
Beam. 3t-lc
GASTONIA CONSERVA
j TORY" of Music wishes to an
jnounce the appointment of
[Mr. Owen Ogborn to their
teaching staff. Room 16,
ILineberger Building, Shel
ly. tf-19c
"forsale — one
Cadet Coil Water
Hester Only $12.50.
Cleveland Hardware
Co. ltc
PRIVATE LESSONS 0 N
organ or piano. Rates and in
(formation. Prof. Goldman.
Thursday all day. Room 16;
Lineberger Building, Shel
"by. tf-19c
ADDED TO OUR OFFER
of a new county road map of
Cleveland county, is a Soil
Survey Map of Cleveland. The
soil survey may is in colors
and with a booklet of 37 pag
es describing the various typ
es of soil. Get both FREE by
renewing your subscription to
The Star for six months or
longer. 6t-22p
BIG NEWS - AGAIN
WASHBURN SCOR
ES - Attractive prop
osition for dealers in
terested in selling
White Flash Gasoline
and Motor Oils. It is
taking the country by
storm. Once a user al
ways a user. ..Follow
the crowd to the
White Flash Pumps—
THE ATLANTIC
REFINING CO.
Phone 35. ltc
FOR RENT; TWO ROOMS FOR
light house keeping with kitchen
ette and sharing bath. Also two in
dividual rooms. All furnished. Phone
665. Mrs. Wm. M. Roberts, Cleve
land Springs road. 6t 24c
NEED A NEW TIRE
Cover? Get one for
35c from Rex Cigar
Co. 6t-22c
FOR RENT: ONE LARGE BED
room with private bath to married
couple or Single gentleman. South
Washington street, phone 767-W.
tf 22c
FOR SALE: GOOD PONY AND
buggy. Mrs. Z. R. Walker, R-l, Lat
timore. 5t 29p
WHEN YOU NEED A PLUMBER
or steam fitter, call the Modem
Plumbing and Heating Co., the
plumbing and heating specialist.
Telephone 569. tf 20c
~ WANTED 25,000 TO JOIN THE
Independent Burial association.
Cost is one-half cent per day For
information see W. G. Spake, coun
ty agent, g% Buttle street, ff-17c
! ICE COLD WATER
Free at Cleveland
Hardware Co. Wash
burn's Place. EASY
TO FIND - SAME
LOCATION for twen
ty years. ltc
WANTED TO BUY 15 OR 30
gallons blackberries. Will pay from
30 to 25 cents this week and next.
Hugh McSwain 314, Blanton St.
2-2pd
LOST: BLACK COIN PURsi
containing key and some money.
Finder return to Star office Re
ward. at lc
AWNINGS MADE AND REPAIR
ed. Nice line of samples to select
from. Lower prices. B. F. 8ci$m,
phone 37, Shelby. «t^26c
^THE EAGLE ROLL
ER Mill will be closed
on 4th of July. 2t-3c
ABOLISH SUMMER
time. Buy a nice Ice
Cream Freezer and
enjoy yourself. Phone
73. Cleveland Hard
ware Co. Washburn's.
WANTED: SALESMAN - DEAL
ers. Selling experience unnecessary,
but only reliable people need apply.
We supply everything—Products.
Sales Outfits, Sales and Service
Methods that get the most business
everywhere. Superior Rawleigh
Quality old established demand,
lowest prices, guarantee of satisfac
tion or no sale, make quick sales.
200 home and farm necessities, all
guaranteed best values, if you are
willing to work steady eyery day for
good pay, write for information how
to start your own business with our
capital. W. T. Rawleigh Co., Dept.
NC-W-52-R, Richmond, Va. it 3p
ifUK SALK FINE 61-ACRE-FARM
In No. 8 township, 40 acres under
high stata of cultivation, nice home
with beautiful shade trees, Water
works, hog pasture, cow pasture;
splendid garden. This is an ideal
farm with every thing one could ex
pect, including one good tenant
house. This farm can be had at a
reasonable price,with part, terms.
J. B. Nolan Co., Shelby, N. C. l-3c
STAR ADVS. FAYS
Quality Furniture On
Easy Terms.
Phone 592.
Shelby, N. C.
t i
Upper Cleveland
News Of Interest
Annual Reunion At Home Of Tay
lor Wall Party At Home of
Mis* Warltch.
1 Special to The Stair )
Casar. July 2.—The crop* are
looking very good through this
section due to tine hot another and
the showers.
The annual reunion was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tayloi
Wall the fourth Sunday in June
which was enjoyed by a large crowd
of relatives and friends.
Sunday was the regular preach
ing service at Moriah. The pastor
preached a very helpful sermon.
Those calling at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Hunt Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Bridges
and children of Cllffside, and Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Weaver and chll
aren.
Mr. and Mrs. Durham Jones, of
High Point visited his grandfather
Mr. W. W. Whlsnant Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Self of Flor
ence, S. C. visited Mrs. A. W. Whls
nant Sunday Mrs. Self ia the daugh
ter of J. J. Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wtorris and
family attended a birthday dinner
at the home of Pink Self’s of Casar
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bneco Lane of
Lawpdale visited relative* in the
community Saturday.
Misses Luc He and Lois Self spent
Friday night with their brother Mr.
Dwight Self of Moriah community.
Mr. and Mrs. Dau Melton of
Golden section visited Mr. and Mrs.
R. Price Sunday.
Those attending the party given
at the home of Miss Ann Warltck
from this community were Mr
Adam and John Hunt, Lucile and
Nina Self, Jessie Pearl and Winnie
Wh tenant, Daphlne Hunt, Madge
Gantt.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hoyle of Casar
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr
and Mrs. Zero Mull.
Mr. Pletcher Holllfleld of 'Sun
shine railed Mr. Fred Whlanint
Sunday.
Mrs. Laura Parker and daughter,
Alda, Mrs. Susan Price and chil
dren of Cherryvlile spent Friday
with their sister, Mrs. John S. Hunt
Mr. Edmond Johnson of Casar
was a caller at the home of Mrs
Ola Hunt Sunday
The four months old baby of Mr
Loss Hudson was burled at Moriah
Monday. Its mother was burled one
month ago.
Master Brevard Hunt spent the
week-end with his grandmother
Mrs. Ada Devenny of Moriah com
munity.
Mr. and Mrs. Shuff Lane of
Lawndale spent Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. John S. Hunt.
Mrs Rachel 8elf of Lawndale is
spending this week with her
daughter, Mrs. True Gantt
MLss Maude Self and L. D Hunt
motored to Willie Lee* spring over
in Rutherford county Sunday
Mr, and Mrs. Loyd Johnson of
Pisgah section spent the week-end
FOR THAT
WEEK END TRIP
Round Trip Tickets
FARE and ONE FIFTH
Between all Stations.
On Sale: FRIDAY. SAT
URDAY and S U N D A V
Morning.
Return Limit: TUESDAY
Midnight.
Take a train ride and
visit your Friends.
“SAFER THAN STAYING
AT HOME’*
Ask The
Ticket Agent.
Southern Railway
Syatem
HAVE SONIC CANDY ON THE
BLACK FLAG COMPANY!
Black Flag Liquid cost*less. It saves you enough money
to buy something else you want, some candy, for in
stance. Black Flag is the deadliest insect-killer made.
Quick sure death to flies and mosquitoes—yet harmless
to humans and pets. A pleasant-smelling vapor. Money
back guarantee. Save with Black Flag. ,
BLACK FLAO
101! in Kins mis AND
II# MOSQUITO I S-af4e,'
with the latter* mother, Mrs Olu
Hunt.
Mr, Lawton »nrl Hoyle Self of
Clover Hill community were callers
tn the community Sunday.
Of course there were not as many
rackets In the Catskills when R. van
W. took his famous nap.—The New
Yorker.
notick or sale or notes.
E»5,<HH),n0
t’OCNTT or CLEVELAND. NORTH CARO
LINA. REVENUE ANTICIPATION
NOTES
Seeled hide fer •hove notes will be ft
reived until in o clock s. in., July »lb.
IMI. by the locsl government commission
of North Carotins »t it* office to Ra
r*l*h, for the shorn notes, dated July |.
t»3l end msturln* January let. 1*33
without option of prior payment. There
vrlil he no auction. The note* will be
swerded at the loweat internet rate for
which ft bid of par and accrued tntcree
li mad*. Principal ft ad interest payabl
at the Union Truat company, Shelby
North Carolina. Interest payable at ma
iJ0*** wUJ b« tn denomination o
125 000 00 or tn drnomlnatloDa of live t*
DOtoa of *5 000 00 each to Mlt purchase
If specified at time bid ia made? Bidder
moat preaaat with their bids a eertitle
Check upon an incorporated bank oe trui
company, payable unconditionally to th
order of lha stem traaeurar for tIU.Ot
rhe right to reject oil btda la roeereed.
t OCAL OOVURNMENT COMM9UUO)
Chet. M. Johnson. director, e
.•*>
I.oeal (internment and eg-offtcto i_
tary of the comnjtaalon. ft July 3
GOODRICH « GOODRICH
♦ GOOOfMCH ♦ GOODRICH
Any way you look at it...
26% more
tread wear
New Goodrich
Super Cavalier
Sensational Thrift Tire for 1931
ACTUALLY 26% more for your money
ITm. in the new Goodrich Super Cavalier
(6 Full Plies), compared with any tire at
anything like the price. 26% more wear.
26% more traction. 26% more sidewall pro
tection. Oversized, thicker, stouter, stur
dier all the way through,
In short—a Goodrich Tire—built to Good
rich specifications—worthy of tjje name.
And priced lower. Come in.
iow more
side wall
BUY GOODRICH
TIRES AT
THRIFT PRICES
Webb Bros.
SHELBY, N.C.
GOODRICH ♦ GOODRICH * GOODRICH '<
GOODRICH *
TOOTS AND GASPER—
-—-—-i
MR.CASPER, AS MDU KNOW, THE ANNUAL
PACTION FOR-THE PRESIDENCY OF THE.
4000"FELLOWS'CLUB IS NEAR AT HAND
AND IT IS,WITH PLEASURE THAT I TELL
PRCi5rRESS,VE FACTION'’WOULD
BE PROUD TO HAVE TtXJ BE ITS CANDIDATE
FOR A SECOND
term!
4eM7EL(V\tN, I THANK
YCXJ FOR YOUR
CONFIDENCE IN ME
BUT-1 MUST DECLJNt
I DO NOT CHOOSE
to Rum ‘and
BE5IDES, IT'S An
UNWRITTEN LAW
THKT hjg>
J5HAU
1
they WANTED TO NOMINATE
ME A4AIN,TOOT5,BUT » declined'.
THE NEXT TIME, t RUN FOR OFFICE.,
IT'LL BE FCR GOVERNOR Of? PRESIDENT!
TUO CAN WRITE THAT HOME TO YOUR
FOLKS : iM NOT MUCH OF A
DANCER, BUT I'M STEPPIN4 ALDN4
(N This world ! aint you
4lad too married
ME
ITU
IM 4LAD
YOU DROPPED
IN > TOOT'S
WILL BE
HERE IN A
jiffy!
HEAR
THAT YOU
DECLINED
Y»E
nomination,
CA«,p*R!
IS THAT
FINAL ?
CASPER,AS LON4 AS
YOU'RE NOT 4oin4 to
RUN, I WISH YOUt>
THROW YOUR SUPPORT
OVER TO COLONEL.
HOOFER !l O BE SO
j PROUD IF HE
>J SUCCEEDED YOU AS
"THE
kCLUB
OHbOTWB CA-T^OUT oJT
THE EA4? HE WANTS ME
TO HELP HIM 4CT THE
NOMINATION! THAT *5 WHY
HE'S BEEN PLATW4 UP TO
ME THE LAST FEW DAYS}
» KNEW THERE WAS A'
CAfTCM TO IT— BUT
' TVK3U4HT rr WAS A
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jlMMV nURPtiV^:
ftc
The Price Of Support.
HE ANNUAL
ELECTION
FOR THE
PRESIDENCY
» /« OF THE
4O0D-FE LLOWS' C LUB
»5 NEAR AT HAND
_ O-—<5^7 'J©
Who WILL SUCCEED
CASPER AS PRESIDENT
-THATfe WHAT EVERY
MEMBER IS ASKIN4 *
t I r^T“ / /
it-U SPEAK
CASPER
WHEN HH
CONAES>
AS LOM4 AS Tt5uREVrsm?E,,lll. SUPPORT
NOT 40IN4 TO RUN, \ HIM,TOOTS.' HE S My
I WISH TOU'O SUPPORT) PAL, AND BESIDE5.A
CCH.ONEL HOOFER, J DUMB-BELL LIKE
CASPER,! PLEASE, AS J HIM IN OFFICE WOULD
A FAVOR TP . _-A MAKE ME STAND OUT
ME * $ ) all THE more as /
t HAVING BEEN A \
V*jp" *y> ^CAPABLE PRESIDEWJfU
OH, FINE*
■u,
SOPHIE
THE
4ood
NOT TET, TOOTS 1 DON'T TELL HI*A
FOR A WEEK OK SO'.MS *5 PLAY1N4
T04rrMY SUPPORT*
us to dinners and
Murph/s
IT
COLONEL
HOOFER
BE 7WC
NBLXT
PRESmiTI
op we
FELLOWS'
CL^B?
CAN HE
COUNT
ON^fOUR
UCHE?
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