North Carolina Newspapers

    Do You Want To Buy Or Sell? Thousanos Read Star Want Ads.
Rates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad :23c.
inia size 1 cent oer wore eacn insertion
l’his size type :2c per word each insertion.
This size type oc per word each insertion.
DON'T NEGLECT F E E T
-hese hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
Zity. tf-*J7c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing, c. o. Davis, next door to
Kflrcio. i appreciate rout patron
age. ia.gb or sn ai; tt 15c
N E A K L X r. ,'C ilLNDRLD
rseru rn cieveftuio county 01 Gen
eral Electric Refrigerators anu not
one has erer spent one cent to.
'Since. Robert (J ilorti. Dealer, a
Waanlngton St. Snelbj ct *bu
LET “VIC” ALL) GSOZGIt FIT
Tou bv a tailor made suit for fall.
Fit Guaranteed—?33, $25, 530, $33
A. V Wray and 6 Sons.
tf-Jury 32e.
try dr scroll's foot
necesiltics in hot reather. A. V,
Wray & 6 Sons. tf-39 -.
STRAND! CONTRIBUTES A
neve idea In clothes economy, slrlo;
ly tailoreti-to measure suits and top
coats' $18.30. Guaranteed all-yool
and perfect fit. Roland Elam, Phono
tf-Wa
NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS.
•All parts for some cars, some parts
for all ears.” Automobile glass in
stalled. Fink Iron and id eta! Co,
West Warren SC., next to Shelby
Shoe Shop. tf 23a
I AM A PAINTER, CONTRAO
ter and paper hanger and will work
for 25 and SO cents per hour. AU
work guaranteed. TO aril paint
delivered In Shelby, flat wall paint
$1.50 gallon; outside house paint, one
gallon makes two, for $2.50, guaran
teed for tan years. Hugh It. Mc
3waln, 314 Blanton St, Shelby.
Phone 629-R. io-17c.
¥E E D : ABRUZZI
rye, Austin winter
peas* vetch & beard
less barley. X>. A,
Beam Co. 3t-26c
'4‘ . ■ v'"
WANTED TO RENT, SMALL 15
or 20 acre farm. I will pay cash
monthly for small farm for 1832
within 4 or 5 miles of Shelby. Must
hare good 5 or 6 room house and
electric lights. Apply at Star office.
3t31p
WANTED: INVALID’S ROLLING
.-hair. See Z, J. Thompson, Shelby.
2t 38c
GET YOUR HEMSTITCHING
done lor six cents per yard at 337
East Marlon St. Mrs. J. L. Harriit
. it-atp.
SHELBY POTATO STORAGE
house under new management this
year. All who with to store potatoes
will aee G. A. Spake at once at the
potato house on Saturday afternoons
for ryxt three weeks. 3-28p
WANTED GOOD SECOND-HAND
typewriter. Must be reasonable. W.
A. Broadway, asat. dlst. engineer.
2-3XC
'LOANS—15.00 TO $40.00,
Without security to men and
women steadily employed,
Easy terms. $50 to $1000 on
stocks and bonds. No embar
rassment, no unnecessary de
lay. Cheerful, confidential
service. Citizens Finance Co.,
12 Lineberger Building. Phone
103. Entrance W. Marion, tfc
THREE GRADES
o f Wedding Invita
tions and announce
ments. Copperplate
Engraving, Relief
g r a f (raised letter)
and printing. Samples
upon request. AH pric
es at a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tt‘14c
BEAUTIFUL WED
DING Announce
ments and Invita
tions. The famous Re
liefgraf at a liberal
discount from list
prices. Looks like cop
per plate engraving,
but considerably
cheaper. We keep se
crets of weddings to
be. The Star. Phone,
U. tfl4p
I COME IN AND SMOKE
'em over. Samples. 3*, 4, 4$.
; ?1.98, as long as they last. A.
V. Wray A 6 Sons. 2t-31c
' FOR RENT—5 ROOM HOUSE
r Good condition, apply C. 8. Young.
tf-3le
AI.t KINDS OF SEWING AND
titering done by Mrs. J. H. Carroll
at her ne~; home on Nortli Wash
ington street. 3t 31e
I HAVE TWO GOOD FARMS TO
sell 65 acres and 133 acres. Now is
the time to buy. Fairly good build
ings on each, small cash payment;
terms. D. F. Mo~row, Rutherfordton,
! N. C. 3-Slc
YOU CAN BEAT THE
! band, but you can't beat the
sample straps and oxfords at
Wray’s for -51.98. 2t-31c
COUPLE WITH NO CHILDREN
j rant heated bedroom and kitchen
jetie furnished Must be reasonable.
! Write 1 B", Box 340. it 3ip
FOR RENT: FURNISHED BED
rottn, adjoining bath, tiiub tiocr;
with or Without kitchenette. Rate
reasonable. Phone 693 or 348.
3t Sic
YOU’LL BE SORRY IF
you don’t get to Wray's quick
to see those beautiful straps
and oxfords at -51.93. 2t-31c
ROOMS WITH BOARD: COW
renlent for men, girU. or couple.
Steam heat; shower and tub. Phone
313. St 31c
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP.
Hair cuts. 20c; uhave, 10c; 6 chairs.
All first olass barbera. Ut 38p
LET US GRIND YOUR
Wheat and Corn. Dellinger
Milling Co. U-31c
FULL YLAVOR UN
BLEACHED Flour' Ground
FrWn Y'our Wheat. Dellinger
Milling Co. lt-3lc
YOUR BISCUITS WILL
Taste Better If You Have
Your Wheat Ground Unbleach
ed At Dellinger Milling Co. It
WE PAY CASH FOR GOOD
Milling Wheat. Dellinger Mill*
ing Co. lt-81c
BUY YOUR ' F* l7 0 U R .
Meal, Mill Feed From The
Mill. Dellinger Milling Co. ltc
$o AND $7_SAMPLE OX
FORDS and Straps for wom
en—60 pairs—?1.98. Wray’s.
First come, firBt served. 2t31
ONLY A SPENCER FOUNDA
tlon garment Is designed foi each
wearer. It moulds your figure into
the fa hionable silhouettes, fee fit
ted toc’.ay by Mrs. J. H. Carroll,
North tVrchlrigton street. Phone
313. 8t 31c
LOST: FEMALE BULL PUP
well trimmed, white with brown
spot. Answers to name “L-addy.”
Notify J. E. Kimbrell, Dover Mill,
I House 89. 3t 3lp
ARCH TYPE SHOES—5
dozen—just arrived. Sample
oxfords and straps for wom
en. SJ, 4, 4i. ? 1.98 as long as
Green Gives Melon
Feast At Mooresborol
I I>lr. II. li. Greene, whose abilityj
to raise fine watermelon* is esceed- i
ed .by his generosity, surprised the j
280 pupils and teachers of the
Mooresboro high school with a feast
of red meated melons Friday after
noon. When school was out Prof. J.
A. Kiser suked all the pupils and
teachers to fellow him to a shady
spot near the school building. He
led them to where Mr. Greene had
sliced 78 fine melons. Some of the
boys might be slow in math- and
history, but they made a perfect j
score in the melon test.
Quality Furniture On
Phone 592.
Shelbv. N. C.
STAR AD VS. PAYS
they last. A. V. Wray f; 6
Sons. 2t-31r
2t-31e
Mr. Harris Asks
Questions Of Star
(COKTIWUED FROM PAGE FOl R '
criticism may be deserved and some |
of It Is not. At all times The Star
has offered the space to the critics
to say what they desire to say, but j
1 over their own names. That offer !
stands. There are two sides to ev-1
erythlng. Mr. Harris in Intimating
that the paper would do officers an
injustice overlooks the fact that
there are citizens who think that
The Star should offer more crltl-!
cism than It odes. One reason The
Star does not do so Is that too much
criticism, although it mav be de
served, lessens the respect for law In,
general and works against the good
officers who are not being criticised.
In that connection we might remind j
Mr. Harris that he does not know1
all of the complaints', Jibes and re
marks that come Into a newspaper
office on both sides of any question.
Any paper so Inclined can stir up a
hornets nest over nothing and make
a mountain out of a mole hill, but
the respectable paper does Its best
to hold such controversies within
the bounds of decency and within
th® realm of fact. As an example of
the side Mr. Harris does not see:
8*veral readers, since Mr. Harris
started writing his articles about
the deputy fees, have asked The Star
why someone doesn't ask Mr. Harris
if he isn't Just a little sore beca’.ise
he is no longer a deputy. Similar
curioslly has been expressed about
j the motive behind other articles.
j.ne star nun c any aciense to
make of its stand. If Mr Harris
thinks. after this explanation, that
The Star has been unjust in any
way we are perfectly willing to
leave it to Sheriff Allen, This paper
considers him cne of the most effi
! clent and fair-mtnded officers in
the 3tate. If he has not been given
the loyal support and coope-efion of
The Star at all times in enforcing
the law, this paper is willing for him
to say so. It will not be in the least
embarrassing for The Star to pub-'
lish what he says if Mr. Harris cares
to ask him.
And as far as The Star is con
cerned this ends the discussion. We
apologize to readers for the time
taken for these remarks, but in jus
tice to ourselves it was not fair to
permit insinuations to pass unnot
iced which cannot be supported by
fact. This paper is as much for'
proper enforcement of law as it
ever was and it was advocating such
and standing loyally by efficient of
ficers long before numerous present
day officers were old enough to
know what law was. Some 20,000
readers know that.
THE EDITOR
Will Get One
Chauffeur: “Mrs. La de Daleigh,
the car won't run. It must have «
hoodoo on ltP
Mrs. La de Daleigh: “Oil dear! I
thought it had every possible ac
cessory. But I’ll have one put on.’
Try Star Want Ad*.
SPORTS
Starting the Long Trek
he come bark?" was the thought uppermost In the minds of thou
sands at Portland. Ore., the other night when Jack Dempsey returned to
the ring to box four opponents si* rounds each. Jack got off to an aus
picious start by knocking out two of the four in the opening rounds. He’s
still the idol of the ring fans. Good luck. Jack!
Shelby’s Little “World Series” To
Open Saturday To Decide Champions;
Cloth Mill Club Faces Shelby Mill
Two Textile Teams to Stage Three- .
Game Series. Each Game'
On Saturday.
Shelby'* little “world series'',
to decide the city baseball
championship, will gel underway
at the city hall park next Sat
urday afternoon. Septenvbet 5.
The ^opposing clubs, seeking city
honors, are the Shelby mill team
and the Cleveland Cloth mill ag
gregation.
A series of three games w ill be
played on three consecutive Satur
days.
Both clubs have gotfc records for
the season. They have met the two!
other textile clubs supported iij the
city and a number of outside teams.
The two teams have good hurling j
staffs, heavy hitters and some of the I
best amateur and senii-pro fielders!
in this section. There is considerable 1
interest in the series and it will like
ly draw large crowds as both teams
have many supporters and backers
Another All-Star
Outfit Is Picked^
——
Heres another All-Star baseball
team picked from the four textile
clubs playing in Shelby this sum
mer. The picker uses only players
still here so if a challenge for a
Si'-.ne is given the eluti may be as
sembled. Whit about another All
Star team with none of the players
picked on this one and a series of
one or two games?
This Is the lineup:
Wilson, Cloth mill, 3b, Weathers,
Cloth mill, ss; Sparks, Ora mill, lb;
Jones, Cloth mill. If; Smith, Cloth
mill, cf; W, Bumgardner, Shelby
mill, rf; Starnes. Ora mill, 2b;
Oliver, Cloth mill, c; Fishes, Cloth
man. p; Putnam, Ora mill, p; h
Farris, Uly mill,/ Hornsby, Cloth
mill and May he tv Shelby mill,1
Utility players.
Junior College
Rule Hits Stars
Of Boiling Spgs.
| Km* k\ Mwirf'i Chance*. Mend*
Wall Bark Another Tear
Football Chatter.
The new football ruling cen
tering about the status of jun
ior college players has disrupt
ed numerous plans of quite a
number of youthful athletes In
the Shelby section.
According to the new ruling a
Junior college graduate may play
varsity ball his first year at the
larger colleges, but he must be a
graduate. A student who hati play
ed at a Junior college' but has not
graduated can play no football
whatsoever anywhere else
Change* Status
Which means that Zeno Wall,
the wiry little Bolling Springs cpiar
terback. canhot go to Wake Forest,
Tennessee or any other major
school this year—not. If he hopes to
play football. And the same thing
goes for ‘ Big Doc" «Howard» Moore,
former Bolling Springs captain and
«.tar guard. They cannot even play
fresh football.
Wall, reports have it, may go buck
tq Boiling Springs this year or to
Mais Hill and become a full-fledg
eel Junior college graduate. If he
does so, Uien he may play two years
at any college What Moore plans
to do Is not known. Quite a num
ber of other Bolling Springs grid
tiers are In the same predicament.
It's all hotsy-totay for the boys
who have graduated at Junior col
leges, for they may step right out
with the varsity teams without a
year's grind on frosh outfit , but U\
a rather tough blow for the boys
who were prepplng at Jpmor col
leges without planning to finish
there.
Going To Carolina.
Ralph Gardner, husky son of the
governor, will not be. the only ®*i.
by boy to report for the fresh ele
ven at Carolina this fall. Alf Ksk
ridge. hefty Shelby high fullback.
It ts understood, will also enroll tti
the Hill. Eskridge hasn't decided
what position he will go out for, end
or beck, all depending on how
things shape up when pi-actlce
starts.
After a chat with Clipper Smith,
new head football eoach at State
college, it Is easier to understand
why the laic Knute Rockne pro
duced auch eensational elevens at
Notre Dame.
Clipper, you know, was an all
American guard. Naturally cue
would expect him to b<> husky and
well-built, but he Is more than
that. Remember Rockne had a
guard last year who made the All
American teams but weighed only a
little more than 150 pounds?
Roekne's fim-strlnga?®, and even
his shock troops. had to have
something above their ehoulders
if you get us—-no matter how many
pounds they might pack beneath
The alert roving of the somewhat
Fisher To Join
Bees; McSwain
To Chapel Hill
Two announcement« or In
terest to sport fan* tn this
•action were made oyer the
weak-end.
Clint Fisher, Cleveland cloth
mill hurler, ha* signed a con
tract to Join the Charlotte
Hornet* next year. Fisher, a
rlfht- hander, lx considered
one of the beat pitching pros
pects out of profrialonal base
ball In the two Carolina*.
"Shorty" Me b wain, star
Shelby athlete, captain of two
Shelby high teams, basketball
and baseball, and. CO-captain
of football, will enter the
University of North Carolina
this fall. McSwain was a
quarterback on the grid ele
ven. forward In basketball
and second baseman of the
State champion baseball club.
silent Smith'* eye* lets you know
thpt he doc* quite a bit of thinking
although he may say very little.
There's an Intelligent, quick-think
ing appearance about the stocky
fellow that gives a pretty good idea
what tt take., beside brawn and
beef to make a Notre Dame team
and then be picked on an All
American.
Smith and his assistant, f rank
Reese, were visitor* In Shelby till',
week and Reese appears to be a per
fect associate of Smith. They may
not tet the world on fire winning
games this fall, and they’re cer
tainly not cocky about It, but they
Impressed Shelby alumni of the Ra
leigh Institution as being admirabl
! chaps, deserving of a thorough
| trial. While hero they expressed the
desire to sec Shelby boy* down at
. State at in the old days when Stats
| eekiom ever had a grid team vtth
! °ut one or two Shelby luminaries
i on the eleven.
Any Speed Allowed
j In Wa»hington, D. C.
Washington. Aug. J). Motorists
| ecu speed about th" capital un
I hampered by police so long as they
jwe not charged with reckless
j driving.
Because of an imeudmem to the
I District of Columbia traffic act,
I put into effect July 10. the city has
j no speed regulations, but the police
j dUl not make 16 known miti! yes
terday.
| Joe Whftn&nt won the golf umr
1 Lament and the low score prize hi
(the Lambda Chi emmenMon held
i this week In Asheville.
TarsTtrs saik
Or Sirtus of deed of trust executed yr ‘
Kf.h (f dtnaarr, itN, by O. C. Curry W
Tlf«. Mify Currr ml recorded *' boos
1M, p**e 135 »nd br dtfault j will tall
tao Alfa m: blddS:- for cash at the couit
house door In Shelby on
S.enr*. ,, Ort.bir 5. mi. ,t 1} 0'el*«a M
the fedo-sln* dajerioed r*»l • tMt
H-Cn* lot Ko. 3 of the subdivision of y.o
J. -.1. WoCurry property 0:1 '.Vllson arse,
r. the toT.a of Shelby, situe. td <y\ tha
Csrrle Carpenter'a In-,
1 foot on Wilson wrest.
Tills 2Sth 4*- of August, 10 e3
« T. FALLS. Trustee
H AUg .»! •
Webb Boys To Open
New Gastonia Links
Brother Art To Ploy Exhibition
Match On New Municipal
Course
Gastonia, Aug. 31.—Gastonia*
municipal golf course, which ha*
been In use for some time, will be
formally opened Tuesday afternoon,
Heptember 1st, with an lg-hole
foursome with Pete and Snook
Webb, of Shelby, matched against
Earl Harer and diaries D. Gray, of
Gastonia. Pete Webb la pro of’ tn*
Cleveland Country club at Shelby,
Snook Webb Is the present Junior
state champion: Earl Harer is pro
of the Gastonia Country club and
Oray Iff present champion of the
local club. Playing will start at
1:30 p. m. The public i* cordially
invited to witness this match, tnere
being no charge.
The Webb brothers were on the
municipal course here last week
and are very enthusiastic over it.
Pete Webb last week broke tha
course record lor the ve&r bv
shooting one under par. 35. The
Gastonia course, say the Vv'cbbs, t«
one of tlie best In this p.« t ot the
country.
Pr. George B. Powell, rrm:a£er oj
the course, says that It is now in
better shape than it ever nas been
The recent rains have been of great
uilue to the grass, which j* new in
magnificent condition. Gas tomans
says tir Powell, are using the goh
course liberally. In fact it is being
met! almost daily to something like
capacity.
rm STKK’X SAM’
F-; irtu-r <-i <fead ol treat c.iicuiee ;h«
nth «; Am a, u>:o, by Aaron H»m »r.«
l.Js','.* llttrtj and recorded In book igg
P»iJ« t:->. add ua*H deifklt, I TfUl jell tr.
ih€ highest bidder for caali at the court
house dour In StaelbV, on
CaterJar, October*ltsi, at 1; a'rloet M
De following de.erl!\e<! real », t»t*
Situated In the northeast portion of the
torn of Bhelby and being tha northern
l.'Slf of lot# rfoit. <3 and AT of the Stull,
rlreati property, time being iOtlM feet
ond ehuatad JB feet north of Orange
'tree and fronting on Carolina arena#
Tht# 5*th day uf Augutt. tpji.
B. T FAUaS, True tee.
et Aug die
IKI STEE S SALE
’ ,rtJ!' 01 deed of truer ereeuted the
' 20th of Ftbruery, 1930. br Kufua Mfrav
am. Trueloee Wr»y and reeorded in book
106. Bture «I and after default. I will sail
to the higher! bidder for cash at tha
court house door In ehelby on
Saturday, October 5. K)»l, at 1* a’elocb M
tlie folio*,ng daecrlbed real estate
„ *?M* h,tj Kot « and 4* of the Mr#
;«de ?*!•" *>ro»*rtr on b'»f recorded
in book Jto 1 page «,« of the office ti
thff r«yliter for ClovtUnd county with
*°utber» half of aald lot.
V. J. t^rahum.
Ttv.* 39th of Aufuit, 1»31.
B. T, FALLS, Fruatte-.
_ 4t $!e
NO MORE RATS
or Alice After you we RAT DIE
It's a sure rodent killer. Try a
package and prove It.. Rats tilled
with Rat Die leave no smell. Cats
and Dogr, won't touch St.
SO cent sli.e, 3 vz. is enough for
Pantry, Kitchen and Cellar.
75 cent uto. 6 or., for Chicken
House. Coop; and small buildings
Sold and guaranteed by ail drug
«<*** adv
IUU15 AND CASPER—
The Important Question.
I -
A RELATIVE or
" Mire!
HOW COOL'D
1 EVER UVE
THAT
V DOWM \
I CERTAINLY am &LAD
YooR prettt coue>R ‘mabel*
And DANNY HOOPER HAVE
HAD A BUST- UP, TOOTS!
WHY. I SHUDDER
EVERY TIME 1 THINK
THAT IF THEY ^rOT
MARRIED IT would
MAWE COLONEL HOOFER.’
WELL LOOU. WHO'S HERE
COLONEL HOOFER,HIMSELF! I TELL
YOU THE FATES ARE WITH ME!
iVa lucky 4uY! You-ll never hear.
ME COMPLAIN ABOUT ANYTH!n4 A4A1N.'
I VE HAD THE BEST BREAK ANY
MAN EVER HAD! 1 ESCAPED ,
HAVING YOU FOR vAN"lN-LAW'!
r
no mutual! t**e
Romance \o over anc?
CA8PER I8NT 60IN6-Tt>
BE A RELATIVE OF MINE !
that «=>hrimp
IMAGINE HJM BECOM'N^r
BRANCH OF THE hoofer.'
FAMILY tree1. I TURN
PALE EVERY TIME
I THINK OF
IT!
i^JTH COUXEL
HOOFBR AND
CASPER WOULD
PROBABLY TURN
PAVE IP "THEY
K'WEW THAT,
TO PACIFY THEM,
PAnny and
MABEL ARE.
ONLY pretend
. INfcTOBE
>s MAD AT EACH
OTHER*.
Mabel. mV queen'.
I LOVE YOU! > WANT TOR U<3>
TO BE TD^rcTMeR ALWAYO
I COULDN'T LIVE WITHOUT YOu!
rOR A LONLr TIME I'VE BEEN
TRYING TO 6ET UP NERVE *
WILL MABEL'5 ANSWER BE ?
_(CONTINUED MONDAYJ)
Blissful Ignorance.
-
ALL The.
VAJRID "THERE
15 HO HAPPISJR
BOV THAN
PANNV HOOFER1.
I *
IN
iSAKlCWAIJMH^
HA5 PROMISED
"TO BECOME.
H15 WIFE
HappTpaT6,are
LET<=> MAKE OUR WEDDING PAY
AW??u 4IT A <*>B RI4HT AWAY
AND I LL MAKE 4ooD FOR YOUR SAKE --
Y-«Ct^S«E,a'C°LONE’LHoOFEK AND
P^R.^_0JVER AVL opposed -to our
1/rJ. ?EV WU?T^T WOW WE RE
EWtjA^Ep. well Get married first
And tell them about it
IN the
MEANTIME we ll keep
ON PRETENDING
THAT WE'VE HAD
A FALLING-OUT J
For thei cl. {,
benefit; J
Did You notice how '
MABEL. CAME DANCINtr
INTO THE ROOM,TCX5Te? I
» never, saw her so v
HAPPY BEFORE*. I’M 4LAD
6HE S NOT LOSING ANY*
^LEEP SINCE HER FALLM
OUT WITH
PANNY .,
HOOFER1, <
HER EYES. FAIRIN'
‘aPARYLEDl MAYBE
*9HES 4<rr a
NEW SoY-FRIENP!
»■ - —•
r Beueve it or mot,
CtOIN£* TO WORwr! Wl
HELP ME 4ET A OOB ?
I mean Business! vou ve
been lecturing
About Loafing
enough! now we
‘bOVIE AMBITION!
ignorance
IS BLISS.
H/'TUe do
CASPER AMD
COLONEL HOOF*B
KNOW "THAT
the MARBIA4E
that W/1U.
MAKE THEM
RELATED
TO EACH OTHER
l*& '~>OGU TO
take place:
HwmTheVLL
EXPLODE WHEN
THEY WEAR,,
THE NEW^i*
    

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