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—WITH—
.1 AMES HALL and DOROTHY SEBASTIAN
A MILE A MINUTE RAILROAD THRILLER
Also CHARLIE CHASE COMEDY and KRAZY KATS.
EVERYBODY
10c
COMING MONDAY
LEWIS STONE In
“THE BARGAIN”
SHOWS RUNNING CONTINUOUSLY I TO ELEVEN
Webb Theatre
Penders
THE BETTER CHAIN
— 2 STORES —
N. LaFAYETTE STREET
AND
SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET
RICHER RIO
COFFEE - 2 Pounds
N. B. C. 5c VARIETY*
6 Packages .
RED WING PRESERVES - A a ^
Assorted Flavors - 1 lb. jar
LIBBY’S PINEAPPLE -
No. 2 can — sliced or crushed
19c
BEST FOOD Mayonnaise - 8 oz. jar 15c
BEST FOOD Salad Dressing — Pint ..19c
BEST FOOD Salad Dressing — Quart 35c
NUCOA BUTTER -
Pound .
CREAM OF
WHEAT .
KELLOGGSPEP
Package ...
17c
2lc
11c
lie
POST BRAN
FLAKES
PINK SALMON
Can ..
OCTAGON SOAP and
POWDERS - 3 for
O.K. SOAP
Large Bar .
10c
10c
Sc
COMPLEXION TOILET
SOAP — 3 for.
SUPER SUDS And
CHIPSO - 3 for ....
10c
23c
SUGAR -
Pound ... .
Sc
SLICED BACON -
Banquet Brand - Pound
FAT BACK -
Thick - Pound .
RIB MEAT - Nice
Quality Lean - Pound
10c
lie
SALT MACKEREL - 3 for 25c
COMPOUND LARD - Pound . .. . 9c
NO. 1 WHITE POTATOES
10 Pounds
20c
LOCAL and*
•PERSONAL News
Miss Luoile Blanton has returned
home from Atlanta where she has
been spending the past two weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leribe:
ter.
Capt D A Click man is attend
ing the American Legion conven
tion in Detroit. From Detroit he ex
pects to go to Chicago, then to Mil
waukee on a buying trip and will
return to Shelby Wednesday or
Thursday.
Mi s Charlie Mae Laughndge
leaves today for Washington. D. C.
and New York City. She will be the
guest of her sister, Miss Virginia
Laughridge while in Washington.
Mrs. William Yelton of Lawn
dale is spending the week in Char
lotte with her daughter Mrs. Cleni
Spangler and Mr. Spangler.
Mr. D. A. redder is spending ih:l
day today in Charlotte
Miss Jean Ware, of Kina'' Moun
tain. will spend the week-end here
with Miss Mary Lineberger.
Miss Gertrude Taylor leaves this
afternoon for Asheville where sh*
will spend the week-end
Mr and Mrs J M Shannon
house have gone to Richmond, Va
where Mr. Shannon,house will enter
a hospital for treatment
AmoiiR the Shelbv people who
expect to attend the South Caro
llna-Duke game in Columbia to
morrow are: Messrs. Chas. Buice.
R. W. Morris. Hugh Atrowood, Paul
Reid Arrow ood, Harvey White. Rena
Drum. Milton Lev and Dr Tom
Brice Mitchell.
Miss Dorothy Clement, of Greens
boro, will arrive tomorrow to spend
the week-end with Mr and Mrs.
R. W Morris
Mrs. Joe E. Nash leaves this aft
ernoon to spend the week-end in!
Hickory with Mr. and Mrs. R N.
Guriev.
Miss Louise M-Leod. who is
spending sometime here at. the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Woods, is spending today in Char
lotte with Mrs. Woods, who is ill in
the Presbyterian hospital there.
Misses Mary Lineberger. Eliza
beth Campbell, Messrs. John Cor
bett, Hubert Wilson, and William
Lineberger are attending the Char
lotte-Shelby football game In Char
lotte this afternoon
Mrs. Ernest Hoey is spending the
day today in Charlotte
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dennis and
little daughter. Edna Brooks, will
spend the day Sunday in Newberry,
S. C.. visiting Mr. Dennis" parents
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dennis
Mrs. Raymond Carroll, Mrs
Henry Carroll, and Miss Egberts
North are spending today in Char
lotte.
Miss Jewell Crenshaw, of Char
lotte. will be the week-end guest of
Capt. and Mrs. Peyton McSwain.
Mrs. John Pender, of Tar boro,
who has been spending the summer
with her daughter, Mrs. E. Y. Webb,
and Judge Webb, here and at their
summer home in Asheville. left
this morning for Charlotte where
she will visit Mrs. John Pender, the
third, before going on to her Home.
She was accompanied to Charlotte
for the day by Mrs. Webb.
Teaching an unwilling pupil is
our idea of punishment.
TRUSTEE’S SALE.
By virtue of deed of truet executed #t;j
tay of January, 1930. by Annie McCon
nell. single, to secure an Indebtedness
said deed of trust being recorded In book
160 page 39. of the registers office, and
after default and demand, I will sell to
the highest bidder at the court house
Joor in Shelby, on
Monday. October S«. at II o clerk M. 1991
>r within legal hours, the following de
icribed real estate:
Situated in northeast portion of the
:own of £he!by, N. C. and being lof No.
14 of the subdivision of Mrs. Z. Green's
19 aere tract, as shoan by plat book No
t. page 46.
Terms of sale Cash
This the 25th dav of September 1931
B. T. PALLS, Trustee.
* 4t Sept 23c
RUPTURE
E. J. MEINHARDI
OP CHICAGO IS
COMING HERE AGAIN
He will personally demonstrate
his method without charge at
the Charlotte Hotel, Charlotte,
N. Car., on Wednesday only.
September 30th, from 10:00 a. in.
x> 4:00 p. m. Only men are in
vited
This method contracts the rupture
opening in the average case no mat
ter how large the rupture or where it
it located.
Rupture often causes Stomach Trou
ble, Backache, Constipation. NervSIia
ness and other ailmepta Hundred! of
deaths from rupture can be avoided.
tTbls visit is for white people only.i
—E J. Meinhardi, Home Office. 1531
N Crawford Ave.. Chtcao
_
Scout Council Has
Meeting In Shelby
Elfhly-eight Troops in Piedmont
C ouncil Have 1,615 Members.
Reports Made.
The executive board of the Pied- ]
mom council of the Boy Scouts of
America met at the Hotel Charles
this week at which time represen
tatives from six counties were
present and reports were received
from various departments of thrj
council is leading in the Carolinas ;
in membership and in the number ;
of boys in ramp during the past i
summer.
Outstanding among the reports
received was the one received from
Major B. Sharp of Tryon. chair
man of the camping committee,
which report showed 760 different
scouts and leaders in attendaiice at
the 1931 summer camp with a re-j
cord of 890 boy weeks. Over 1001
boys learned to swim and 64 qual- j
if led as life savers and were made ;
members of the American Red
Craoss life saving corps. During the j
summer camp. 20 scouts attained j
the Eagle rank and 496 merit bad- j
ges were awarded.
Targe Membership.
In the Piedmont council there
are 88 troops with r boy member- i
ship of 1,615 boys the largest num- '
ber under any council in the Car
olinas and the second largest num
ber in the councils of the southeast.1
Courts of Honor.
Judge A C. Jones of Gastonia,
chairman of the department of
awards reported that 47 courts of
honor laive been held during the
year and that 315 second class. 114
First class. 89 star. 34 life 38 eagle
and 15 Eagle palms have been
awarded with a total of 1.763 merit
badges. Four outstanding men in
scout circle-, in the Piedmont area
were recommended to the National
council for the silver beaver award
for distinguished service to boyhood
the names of those recommended
can not be diiclosed until action is'
taken upon the recommAdations
by the National council.
Nelson Jackson jr . of Tryon. rc
pre. entative of the Piedmont coun
cil on the National council of the
Boy Scouts of America. made an
interesting and inspiring report on
the meeting of the National coun
cil held at Memphis.
Reports from the inter-rabia* com
mittee of the council show a con
tinuaUdevelopment of the work of
scouting among negro boys and the
extension of this work to various
sections of the council.
During the next three months the!
council will stage through it» vari
ous local committees a membership,
campaign with the hope of reach
ing hundreds of additional boys.i
who because of unemployment orj
economic conditions have at their
disposal an excess of leisure time.
Tlie scout movement atempting to
occupy this leisure time with eon
NOTICE or SALE OK BARBER SHOI
EQUIPMENT.
By virtue of the power of sale contan
en m certain chattel mortgages recordi
in the Office of the register of deeds
Cleveland county. North Carolina. In boi
page ISO. which chattel mortgag
111. at page 454. and book 159
were given to secure certain indebtedne
and which indebtedness ts past due ar
not paid, the undersigned will offer h
sale at Patton's Barber shop under t!
Union Truet company, at Shelb-, Non
Carolina on Friday at 3 o clock p i
October 16. 1931 for cash the foliowli
described property to-wlt: All the eqmi
uient furniture and fixtures now local
“*„*•** Wright Barber shop under ti
Cleveland Bank Ar Trust company, cci
sis ting of the following articles: 4’ barbi
ml,rror"' ' ten blew Wicker su.
“Tf "*Vori*l cl!h register, and all pluml
ng equipment, and other accessories ar
1 *3 Ivory chair. No. S3 leather
This 25th day of September, 1931
FRED J. WRIGHT
UNION TRUST COMPANY
Mortgagee and Assignee
0 z Newton, Atty. 41 Sepl 2.
IDEAL
Eating Place
-.|Nobody_ knows. better
than a patron what a first- j
class, eating, place . the
Piedmont Cafe is. Here is
one of the prize-winners in
the recent Letter Contest:
Contest Editor. Cleveland Star, j
Shelby. N C
Dear Sir
The habit of going out to |
meals rs steadily growing When
a Town or City is so fortunate
as to have an “UP-TO-DATE
CAFE,” the temptation L even
greater. I am proud that Shel
by has the "PIEDMONT CAPE.1
It is a pleasure to take one's !
guests there, of to recommend to
the stranger this splendid eating j
place Splendid cooking. Clean- j
linesi Excellent Service the
Home Atmosphere and Very
Convenient Location makes the
“PIEDMONT" the IDEAL
PLACE TO EAT
itructlve activities
Those in attendance at the inert
ing were President. J W Atkins.
Treasurer Warren Y. Gardner.
Judge A C. Jones, a K Winget.
Joe I Holland and Scout Executive
R. M. Schiele of Gastonia, Vice
President C. C Dawson and C D.
Welch of Cramerton. P. P Mur
phy and Robert Jackson of Lowell,
Vice President J. L. Thornburg, ol
Statesville. Vice President Brooks
M. Todd and Prof Eugene DeF.
Heald of Hickory. Vice President G
Max Long and W K Keeter of
Morganton. Vice President B. L.
Smith and Rev. L. B. Ha>e of
Shelby. Major B Shaip Nelson
Jackson Jr., and Pied F Swann of
Tyron
Craven Farmers Ship
Three Hundred Hogs
New Bern -Five carload, of hogs
containing 300 hog... were ship pro
Tue. day tnuriiing to :„.chniowd from
Craven county fanners, the ttrst
of the fal hog shipment*. H
reported by County Agent C F.
Fane. Thti makes a total of 36
cars tor the year. Perhaps the low
est price for the Craven hogs will
be received, but it, Is believed th«;
the farmers will make a small prof
it from them
McBrayer School
Roll Of Honor
The MrBraycr ; cliool closed Sep
tember 18. for the children tc help
pick cotton. Tit oar wining prise,
were Ethel Crotu, Ocie Sisk Mary
Rutlv Davis. Florence Border*- and
Daniel Evans
The honor roll wa? made b\ a
number
First grade; Evelyn Evans Flor
ence Bordets, Ronclall Olbson. Col
untbu.s Church. Harvir Allen and
Wray Randall (treenr
Second grade Don-- flippy,
Madeline Humphries and Coleman
Crotts
Third grade Mary Ruth Dan..,
Blondmo Evans, Ruby Allen Octe
Si, k, Ethel CrotU and Willie Grif
fin
Fouilh grade. Noble EtaiM Dan
iel Etans and William lemons
one rea on ivliy some new .]ia;ier.j
full i. because their editor forget
who lead', them
Add modern myth- H e it’i, i
pro., the people's voice
file trouble with public
1; that moat of Ihrm cant :ipca». !
Ideas are laluable only when j
nut into effect, apphe to ad- • r-1
• i nig
Carolina
“SHELBY'S I’Of’l LAH IM.A YHOl'SK"
— I*HON K nt; —
— TODAY
See America's (neatest Emotional Actr.'?»
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
IN
“Mother and Son"
Night life in the country's wickedest fits . . ,
Keno a score of years ago . . . and now!
EVERY
BODY
IAii every
SPAT
— SATURDAY —
HOOT GIBSON
IN
“THE HARD HOMBRE”
Announcement
We ">sh to announce (hat after much delibcraliun.
and preparation we arc now ready to offer for resident
ial purpose choice Building Lots in our new development
in West Shelby.
These lots are on West Warren. Graham. Oak,
Blanton. Gardner. Keid. Southern and on W hisnant.
Gold and Cedar streets which run south from Warren
Street. 3-4 mil." from court square and join Graham
Street school property. The entire development will
consist of more than 300 lots. Water and sewerage have
already been placed on several streets and streets are
and will be kept in good condition.
Great care has been taken in the laving out of this
property which will be restricted and used for resident
ial purposes, the entire amount of which is to be sold to
white people only. This is choice property, bought right
and is offered at extremely low prices.
Oliver Anthony, office in Gineherger Building. will
assist me in placing these lots with good people.
We invite inspection of interested parties.
C. S. YOUNG
OWN Elt
SHELBY ^ nLtvJSLAM) pOI N'l'V
AFE ^ onserTalir# onseiemintu
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
LEARN TO SAVE SYSTEMATICALLY AND
REGULARLY.
OIR SERIES RUNS 332 WEEKS AND YOU ( AN
SAVE AS FOLLOWS:
-5c l‘er week will he worth $100.00
SI.00 per week will be worth $400.00
$2.00 per week will be worth $800.00
$5.00 per week will be worth $2,000.00
lake a few’ .shares and learn to save your money.
We also have attractive investment proposition for
ump sums. .
VEW SERIES STARTS SATURDAY. OUT*. 3. 1931
Shelby & Cleveland County
Building and Loan Association
U. T. LeGUAND. I'res. —
•INO. I*. MULL. Sec.
A PLAN THAT
ALWAYS WORKS
.Saving bil by bit may seem a long and tedious
road to higher finance and investment. But If
you save the dollars and cents—or any odd
sums—you will soon compose the working
■ apital you hold in your dreams. You are cer
tain to acquire a handsome total ready for the
worthwhile things you had hoped would be
yours.
SAVE WITH
The First National Bank
SHELBY. N C .
DO YOU WANT FINANCIAL PEACE
OF MIND?
M;!ii\ Have Solved I his Problem With Annuities in the
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY
I his m*lit uuon over 71 years old and with more than
h buhoti dollars ol assets offers vou financial securitv
as long as you live.
I lie Refund Annuity Issued on .Male Lives Provides the
ollowing dates of Income (Females Slightly Lower):
60 . .. 8%
65 .... ... .... .,8.99'V
‘ge <0 ____10.2C
75 -----Itl.8L
Age St) - ---„_13.9^7
I he total return may be much more, but ran never be
less than the amount invested.
Life Annuities provide larger incomes than quoted
above as there is no refund of invested capital afrer
death of annuitant.
There is an annuity to fit every pocketbook in coat
and every need in service. Complete details will be fur
nished on request.
HARVKY S. WHITE, Representative. SHELBY, N. C.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of
The United States
To The Farmer*
Of The
Kings Mountain Section
We will gin your cotton and furnish you
JUTE OR COTTON BAGGING
At $2 Per Bale
"e also bu.' your seed and cotton and pay you the
top market price.
"e are equipped to g|v,« you the best service of
anv gin in this section.
Vou are united to give us a trial.
Kings Mountain Cotton Oil Co.
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C.
G. D. HAMBRIGHT
Get Free Ticket To
The Big Cleveland. County Fair
Hath package of Bust's Butterl'lake Bread and
Lakes contains printed Cleveland County Fair Tickets.
Some of these tickets have been signed by Dr. J. S,
Dor ton and Mr. L. 0. Dost; the others are unsigned.
bach I icket That Bears These Two Signatures
Is Good For Oiv? Free Adult Admission To The
CLEVELAND COUNTY FAIR.
tickets that have not been signed will not be hon
ored. There is no limit to the number of tickets you
may get.
— DEMAND ROST'S BREAD AND CAKES —
- ' f - k < »
HOST'S BAKERY
PHONE lr.S _ SHELBY. N. C.
    

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