North Carolina Newspapers

    Hustrei Family
Coining To Fair
With Their Acts
Sensational, Halr-RaUIng Perform
ance Given At A Di**y
HeifhU
The management of the
Cleveland county fair, ever on
the alert to obtain the latest
and greatest sensation in the
market for the entertainment
of their patrons, have this year
been fortnnate In securing the
services of the famous Hustrei
family, a specially Imported for
eign troupe, whose exploits have
been the sensation of Europe
for the past few years.
The Hustrei family consist* of
six athletic young men, who are
the very essence of physical per
fection and steely nerve, and they
need every ounce of muscle and
nerve that they have in reserve foi
the stupendous and hair raising
performance they present, consist
ing as It does of precarious feats on
a slender wire that It stretched be
tween two lofty poles fifty feet In
the air. where at that dizzy height
these daredevils execute with a pre
cision and reckless abandon a spell
binding routine that Is veritably
the last word In human endeavor.
They run fearlessly across the
slender wire, sit on chairs, lay
down on the slender wire, ride bi
cycles with the same certitude that
the average person would ride one
on the street. But what Is unde
niably the greatest trick In the en
tire offering is the one in which
two members of the trouple sup
port a pole between them on their
shoulder on which, another member
of the troupe Is standing support
ing a fourth member of the troupe
on his shoulders. It Is the apex in
accomplishment and cold nerve.
Seekers of the sensational arc
strongly advised not to mt.s seeing
startling Stunts offered by the Ilua
trei family as it Is a veritable feat
cf fearlessness.
Belwood Circuit
Week-End Program ;
Presiding: Elder To Preach At <
Oavid’s Chapel. Services At
Kadesh.
Che pastor of the Belwood circuit |
will preach twice Sunday, at Kad
eeh at 11 a. m. and Lawndale ai .
1:30 p. m. The subject lor botli
cervices will be "Pioneers of Faith.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock, In
the absence of the pastor who will
be In the final service of a revival
at David's chapel, Rev. Charlie
Rackard will preach at St. Peters
church. The pastor will be present
for the Sunday school hour at Sc.
Peters and will teach the men';
class.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
Rev. R. M. Courtney, presiding eld
er of the Gastonia district, will
preach at David’s chapel. This w ill
be the concluding service of a
week of special revival services held
at this church. Every member ot
David's chapel church and there
Interested In the welfare of thl
church are urged to be present. The
general public Is given a cordial
Invitation to all services of the Bel
wood circuit.
Roberts Tabernacle
To Close Revival
The revival which has been under
way tit the Roberts Tabernacle
(colored) Methodist church will
close on Sunday. Already there
nave been 33 converts and addi
tions. says the pastor Rev. E. I..
Johnson. He will speak Sunday at
U o’clock from a special subject.
At 3 o’clock there will be a sing
ing contest by quartets from Shel
ay, Washington, Lawndale, and
Patterson Springs, Ellis Chapel
Gibson singers. Mooresboro and
others. At 8 o'clock he will preach
on "Soul Costing.” Special seats for
white people at the singing con
test.
Our own idea ot the Insignificant
writes to say "I never subscribed for
your newspaper,”
SEE
LAUREL AND
HARDY In
“PARDON US”
Monday & Tuesday
- 10c and 20c -
WEBB THEATRE
Getting Ik
Niahts Lowers Vilam
If’y°u feel old and run-down fr<
Cettln* Up Ni*rht«. Backache. I.
JPnin*. Btlffneaa, Nervousness '
Ctrc’
under If M, Hwdichei. Burning!
Bladder Weiknen, caused by V
»*r AddJtar, I want you to quit *■
**rind rtrkt now. dome In an
what | tlilnk is the *reateat
In and
— - --— — ™ B..ateat rtv
iclne I have ever found. It 01 •
*tyM bln improvement In 44 ho
Juet ask me for Cystex (Sias-t ■
Its only Tie and I guarantee it
quickly combet these conditio,. * -
satisfy completely, or rcinr.i
JULIUS A. SUTTLE DRUG STORE
Strangler's V ictiin
Pretty Catherine Cronin, twrnty
year-old stet.ojiaphnr, went c.n her
laat party in New York’* Green
wich Village* She wan found Ntrau
eled in an apartment maintained
by John llarti'an, petty gangster,
Lawndale News
Of Current Week
(Special to The Star.)
Lawndale, Sept, 9.—Miss Eutli
3purllng returned home Sunday
after spending two weeks at Great
Palls with friends and relatives.
Miss Edna Herd returned home
Sunday after meeting a party of
friends at Kings Mountain and go
ing to Lake Waceamaw, Golden
Beach, Southport and other inter
esting points of eastern North Car
olina to spend several days. After
returning to Kings Mountain Miss
Ilord visited her sister Mrs. C. L.
Putnam a few days before relum
ing home. Mrs. Putnam gave a
party Saturday night In honor of
her sister. A large crowd attended
and all reported a nice time.
Mis* Ruby Carpenter is spending
several days with her sister Mrs.
William Lovelace of near Winston
Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hord are
spending this week with their sis
ter Mrs. C. L. Putnam and Mr.
Putnam of Kings Mountain.
Miss Loreqe Spurllng was the at
tractive guest of Miss Rosemary
Peeler of Belwood last Monday
evening.
Mis.! Ruth Falls delightfully en
tertained a number of her friends
Tuesday night with a farewell
party. Miss Falls Is going In train
ing as a nurse at an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Putnam and
family and Miss Helen Patterson
of Kings Mountain were the guests
j of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hord Sun
Iday evening.
“The La*t Day*” Is
Theme Of Dr. Wall
"The Last Days.’’ will be the sub
ject of Dr. Zeno Wall, in the serv
ice at the First Baptist church,
I Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
The clay’s activities will open
with the Sunday school at 9:30
o’clock. The goal for next Sunday
is seven hundred and fifty.. Much
; effort is being made in the line of
visitation during the week to attain
the goal for Sunday.
At 6:45 o’clock in the evening,
tiie seventeen B. Y. P. U’s will open
their training programs. The coun
cil for these organizations met or.
last Tuesday evening and map
ped out a course to raise the at
tendance of this department to
five hundred.
At 7:45 o’clock, a message will be
.brought by John Tyler, one of the
J outstanding converts of the Jery
McAulay mission of New York City.
Announcement of Mr. Tyler will be
read in another article in this pa
per.
Mr E&som announces the follow
ing splendid musical program for
Scene
of Grisly Murders
The garage at Clarksburg. W. Va„ under which the bodiea of Mr*. Aate
Elcher and her three children were found buried. Cornelius Pierson,
alias Harry F. Powers, has confessed murdering the woman, from Park
Ridge, 111., and her three youngsters and disposing of the remains un
derneath this garage. Police are sea rching for more bodies in the belief
Pierson, through correspondence withe many women, killed others.
the day: Morning, 11 o’clock, an
them, "The King of Love My Shep
herd Is," Shelly, by soloists and the
large chorus choir; offertory duet,
"Breathe On Us From On High,"
Galbraith, by Messrs. E. B. Hill and
Horace Easom. Evening. 7:45 o'clock
anthem, "Abide With Me,” by
Wooler, by soloists and the large
choir; offertory quartet, "The Nine
ty and Nine,” Sankey, by Mesdames
Suttle, Lovelace, Jarrett and
Farmer. The public is invited to all
services of the church.
Many a Shelby girl gets mixed up
with her dates when she knows her
calendar.
Shelby flappers admit that pre
ent styles haven't much on them.
Clover Hill New*
Of Late Interest
Pulling: Fodder And Picking Cotton.
Dinner Guests And
Personals.
tSpecial to The Star.)
Sept. 10.—The people of this sec
tion are about through pulling
fodder and getting ready for cot
ton picking. Cotton is opening very
rapidly.
Miss Selma Norman entertained
the young girl’s intermediate class
last Saturday afternoon. Many
games were enjoyed. Ice cream,
cake and fruits were served and
*>o Smart They Take Your Breath Away!
VELVETS
WOOLENS
SATINS
CANTON CREPES
TRAVEL
TWEEDS
$4.95
$9.45-$ 14.95
li
\
This Fall, Fashion Smart
ness and Economy Prices
are combined. Anybody
who knows fashions will
tell you that Fabrics are
the big news in Dresses
for Fall. They start with
tailored woolens and end
with lustrous satins.
Choose your entire ward
robe from this unusual
group.
‘77-5EP-*
Campbell Department Store
CAR OWNERS
DEMAND VALUES
—not Claims!
|Ktl< ill* <| t v | ,
|»r«M r*.*. |m n« lr.ii« ^ tun mril- coah
r'* r' » "illi jiuri tu|mil rubber.
^ tiiin-l )i|i|iiiio i lli< llr\in** lift*
*»l lit* cmmI- minimi/t- inh riial I’rir
lion ami In al iih ir.i-o ilu* ‘•In ri'fth
«•! iIn lirt* ImmI\ ainl » Innut r lirt*
l»l« Onlv I n i -loin < ,iim l h|»|H (l I ire*
i!i'» lli»- ) \lra V aim*.
TWO EXTRA CORD PLIES
UNDER THE TREAD
I lii** |Kitt nli t! r«»ii-trurlimi of Un
I \lia ( nr.I Hits (unit r tin- bread in
I ii< -Imu I ires iimii c. a stronger
ImhuI In i \% i i n I read anil i nr«f lb.d\
tml t’li'.Urr |»rnlr«*linn againsl |*iine
• r«-- anil Hlnnou!*. I liis nen, mi
prmeil -all enrd’* must ruet ion anti*
(lie old f.nliinin-il i nus-Hou-n
fabrir, enn*t ruction used hv nlher*.
Motorists are finding
the Greatest Values In Fire*
atone Gum-Dipped Tirea.
Ever since Firestone and Firestone
Dealers began advertising the true
facts about tire quality and con
struction and actually demon
strating the Extra Values in
Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires,
distributors of special-brand
mail-order tires have grown
bolder and bolder with mislead
ing claims and comparisons in
the desperate effort to interest
car-owners.
owners bought more Firestone Tires in May, June and July, than in any like
period in history. This clearly shows that car owners are interested in Firestone Extra
Values and are not interested in comparisons based on an almost obsolete tire size
confusing ^laboratory analyses —meaningless definitions — impractical challenges with
unfair claims of twenty-five per-cent savings —and deceiving price comparisons.
Why risk a tire of unknown manufacture when you can get the Extra Quality,
Extra Strength, and Extra Safety of the special patented construction features of
firestone Tires Gum-Dipping, and Two Extra Cord Plies under the Tread?
You get these Extra Values—plus our Service and the DOUBLE GUARANTEE of
Firestone and ourselves—o£ no more cost!
Drive in today.—We have sections cut from Firestone Tires, special-brand mail
ortfe^~Cfi Others.—See the evidence.—Take nothing for granted.—Judge for Yourself.
COMPARE
QUALITY, CONSTRUCTION and PRICE
Stu’b'lur
Chrtller
Viking .
Frank n
Hadami .
iP-ekVd
.00.
6.00
6.00
18
8.00|
11
30 8
17-30
1.70
TRUCK and BUS TIRES
11.80
19ll-49|U.45ja8.8©
so n^7|ii.47jaa.io
SIZE
H. D.
30x5,
32x6
36x6
6.00-20
Flr*ftoyi«
Oidfitld
Etch
•17.9*
**•7*
JMJ
19.89
* Special
Brand Mat!
Ordar lira
817.95
29.75
Fwationa
Oldfield
Typa
Catli Price
Par Pali
•34.90 I
37.90
32.95 f *9.70
15.25 | 89.90
TIRE
Mora Weight,
pound*. . . .
MOW Thickness,
More Non-Skid
Depth, incite* .
More puci
Under Tread . .
Same width,
Sam* Price .
F irtstaB*
OIMtld
Typ*
■Ht
.MS
*
*.*•
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Bn id
Mill Order
Tin
17.80
.605
.250
5
5.20
$6.65
4-fO-ll
TIRE
Mora w.ight,
pound*. . , ,
M0lj« Thither*..
More N<m-skid
Depth, Incite* .
More Piwe
Under Tread . .
Same width.
Some Price .
I .title
Ty».
*AS#Mtal
MeilOrdw
Tin
17***
■if*
*
4*7#
*4.**
16.10
.561
.234
5
4.75
44, ft 5
*4 “Special Brand” tira>. eud.
by a manufacturer for diatributorn
such aa mail order houaea, oil aom
pat^ies and others, under a name that
does not identify the tire manufac
turer to the public, usually bccanae
be builda hia *‘best quality'1 tires
under his own name. Firestone pots
hia name on EVERY tire he *"Ar*.
(Double Guarantee — F.»*ry tlm
manufactured by Fireatone bears the
r.«.me “F1RESTONF." and earrim
Firestone*# unlimited guarantee and
and ours. You are douoly protected.
fOT *« Voire of Flremtone Every Monday Tr„
'i Over .V. it. Nationwide Network Jy
Firestone Service Dealers mwl Service Storec
Save You Money and Serve You Better
Tillman’s Service Station
-FIRESTONE ONE-STOP SERVICE ~
Coyette C. Tillman, Proprietor
Phone 804-J Opposite First Baptist Church Shelby, N. C
READ THE STAR. IT NOW GOES INTO 5,000 HOMES EVERY
OTHER DAY. $2.50 A YEAR BY MAIL. FOUR WEEKS FOR
\ QUARTER BY CARRIER BOY.
Advertise in The Cleveland Star
    

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