North Carolina Newspapers

    Do You Want To Buy Or Sell? Thousands Read Star Want Ads.
Rat*s For Want Advertisements In This C?olumn. Minimum
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
• lifer rtus sum l cent per nerd eacb Insertion.
^ > This size type 2c per word each insertion.
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DON’T NEGLECT FEET
these hot summer days. Be
fitted correctly by shoe ex
perts at A. V. Wray & 6 Sons,
City. tf-27c
WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
repairing. L. C. Darls, next door to
Wtrd’a. I appreciate your patron
age, large or small. tx 15c
FOR, RENT: TWO FURNISHED
rooms close in. All conveniences.
With or without meals. Miss Mar
garet Anthony, phone 94. 3t 2ic
WANTED USED PIANO IN
good condition. Give make and
price for cash. Write Box No. 84,
Millside Rural Station, Shelby.
3t 33p
LET ••VIC" AND GEORGE FIT
you in a tailor made suit for fall.
Fit Guaranteed—832, $35, $30, $35.
A V. Wray and 6 Sons
tf-July 22c.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF FENDER
work and all kinds of auto repair
ing. Hawkins Bros., S. LaFayette
street. 12t Sep 2c
WE REPAIR AND MAKE
leather belts. Ginners should see is.
Shelby Roller Covering Co., 227 West
Graham street, Phone 770-J. tf 4c
INDIVIDUAL STATIONERY, 200
sheets paper and 100 envelopes for
*1.00. Both neatly printed. Biggest
bargain ever offered. Place your or
der now. Five day delivery in a
neat box. The Star, Shelby, N C
4t 18p
DON T FAIL TO BRING YOUR
faet to Wray's Tuesday, October 20.
Free examination and consultation.
Dr. Scholl’s expert. tf 14c
IT COSTS VERY~ LITTLE TO
look your best: Hair cut. 35c; shave,
!5c; shower, 20c. Temple Barber
Shop, next to J. C. Penney’s. 3t21c
FOR RENT: TWO OFFICE
■ ooms upstairs in my store budd
ing. W. C. Whisnant, 4t 18c
PIG8 AND~SHOATS FQrTsaLe.
G. T. McSwain, Boiling Springs.
6t 14p
FOR SALE: RECLEANED NOR
ion seed oats, 76c bu. at Stamey Co.
store, Polkville, or Coleman Elliott's,
Hollis route 1. 6t He
LET US PAINT YOUR CAR AND
make it look like new, Hawkins
Bros, 6 LaPayette, 12 Sep 2c
I WISH TO' AN
nounce to my friends
and patrons that I am
now with J. G. Dud
ley, jr., and can be
found there in the fu
ture. Telephone 151.
W. H. Yeago. 3t-21c
FORRENT ELEVEN ROOM
house on South LaPayette St. See
Moses Kouri. 3t 25p
WANTED* TO RENT 2 OR 3
room furnished apartment, for
couple and child. Write "TW. care
The Star. 2t 23c
FOR RENT rioiJSE ON WESt|
Warren street Large roomy place
with orchard. Phone 191, Mrs. COlin
Hull. 3t 23c
THE FAIR GROUND SERVICE
station will pay 25 cents cash for
country hams. E. C. Hendrick.
2t 23p
ROOM AND BOARD^ JUST OFF
the square. Call Mrs. Will M. Rob
erts. 3t 21c
WANTED SALESMAN WITH
car: To take orders and deliver
home necessities on city routes in
Dallas, Tryon. Steady worker can
start earning $35 weekly and in
crease rapidly. Hustlers on similar
routes do $5,000 annual business.
3ome established many years. Re
ply immediately giving age. occupa
tion, reference*. Rawleigh Co., Dept.
NC-W-52-W, Richmond, Va. 2t 23p
ALL KINDS OF PARTS FOR
the Singer sewing machine at the
Landis shoe shop, Shelby, Also
needles for other machines. 6t 23c
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 a t a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Rhone 11. tffic
Mrs. Jane Bridges
Celebrates Birthday
Has a Celebration At Lattimore.
Personals of People Visit
ing About.
• Special to The Star.)
Latumore, Sept. 24.—Mrs. Jane
Bridges celebrated her 80th birth
day 8unday at the home of her
grandchild, Mr. Durham Johnson,
where she is making her home. Mrs.
Bridges had present three children.
14 grandchildren and 15 great grand
children. A very large crowd was
present and all wished Mrs. Bridges
a happy birthday and many more
to come The out-of-town people
present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. S
Bridges and family of Macon, Oa
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Hyatt and
family also of Macon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fonts Williamson
and daughter, Louise and Martha,
of the Zion community visited at
the home of Mr. F. Y. Jones Sunday
afternoon.
Miss Dare us Harrill is spending
this week with her aunt, Mrs. N. D.
Hughes of Shelby. Mrs. Hughes is
very sick at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hamrick spent
the day Sunday with Mrs. Ham
rick's mother, Mrs. J. M. Wilson of
the Zion community.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Grigg and
family of the New House com
munity visited Mr. and Mrs. Z. A.
Harrill Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hamrick and
daughter, Louise, visited at the
home of Mr. Hershel Blanton of
Shelby Sunday afternoon.
Miss Etta Jones of Double
Springs was the week-end guest of
Miss Pearle Harrill the past week
end.
Miss Gemeve Blanton visited
Miss Darcus Harrill Sundav after
noon.
Religion is living; not a collec
tion ol nice ideas about what
ought to be
Thia « the ume of the -year that
hay-fever victims wonder why the
| world has to have hay.
~I HAVJE A CLIENT THAT
wants to borrow $3,000.00 for one
year. Can give safe security. See or
write me. Marvin Blanton, Shelby,
N. C., Upstairs over Efirds, 2t 25p
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
buying your grocery requirements
from Campbell’s. 25c
FOUND A FOUNTAIN PEN.
Owner may secure by identifying
and paying for ad It 25 c
HAVE YOUR COTTON GINNED
at E. F. McKinney's new all steel
Centennial Cotton Gin and get a
better turnout, a better sample, and
cleaner seed. Price $2.00. It 25c
OET A PREMIUM ON YOUR
long staple cotton by having it gin
ned and sold at E. F. McKinney's
new Centennial Cotton Gin, located
1-2 mile north of Shelby. $2.00 per
hale. It 25c
WEAR A NUBONE CORSET TO
keep your youthful figure. Mrs. R.
L. Armour, Phone 744. 3t 25c
FOR A STYLISH FIGURE
wear a Newbone Corset. Sold
by Mrs. R. L. Armour, Phone
744,_ 3t-25c
WANTED FRIERS,
2 to 3 pounds 18c per
pound. Cleveland
Produce Co. lt-25c
ALL KINDS OF AUTO WOOD
work and top recovering. Let us fig
ure your job. Hawkins Bros., S. La
Fayette St. 12t Sep 2c
FOR SALE: CAFE AND GROC
ery store in Shelby. Call at Star of
fice. 2t 25p
""WANTED — GdOD~MILLl
ING Corn. Write me at once
what you have to offer and
best price delivered at Blacks
burg or your crib. Prefer
shelled corn. Gold’s Mill,
Blacksburg, S. C. 2t-25c
FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL RED
Irish setter puppies, 2 months old.
$15. Highly pedigreed sire. Dam,
well-bred, wonderful gun dogs. No
papers. Charles Dover. 3t 25c
Saturday Specials
, Only
8 lb. bucket Lai;d_65c
3 lb. pkg. Lard __25c
No. 7 Rio Coffee, lb. __ 12$c
Milk, 7 small cans_25c
Milk. 4 tall cans 25c
CASH AND CARRY
C. H. REINHARDT,
SOUTH SHELBY Jtc
St. Paul News Of
Late News Events
Preaching And Promotion Day
Sunday. Personals of Visit
inis About.
Sept. 22.—There will be preaching
it St Paul Sunday afternoon and
the children will entertain with a
promotion day program, Everybod;.
Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoyle of Mt.
Holly spent the week-end with Mr
and Mrs. G. W. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Downs at
tended the birthday dinner of Mrs.
Lura Smith's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Herman Down, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Everette White
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Warlick of
Casar visited Mr. and Mrs W. A
Cook Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dug Downs Spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. end
Mrs. M. C. Wright.
' Miss Maudie Newton ot Cherry
vtlle is spending the week at her
home
Mr. M C. Wright spent Saturday
night with Mr and Mrs. Horae*
i Wright of Morganton.
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Cook wen:
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
John Newton Sunday.
Ehringhaus Cousin
Of Newton D. Baker
Raleigh.—"I know you'll laugh,
but my great grandmother wa^
named Murphy.’’ observed J. C. B
Ehringhaus, Elisabeth City candi
date for the nomination for gover
nor of North Carolina, In an Inter
view in Charlotte last week. While
■his name w German-sounding, h'.s
^Announcings
NEW FAIL SltlES
of
DRESSES of INDIVIDUALITY
By LEADING STYLISTS
It it with pleasure we announce this
new series of Ivr/lON FASHIONS.
They embody the vary icma of
peasant *tyla trand*. Only the
nawast fabrics ara usad in the pro*
duction of EvtYLON FASHIONS.
The materials used in this newest group
•re the now light weight w o o I o n i. i
canton crepet, which
• rc dominant at th«
pretenkEVEYLON
FASHIONS means
being dratted in the
height of style, yet
1 economically.
Wa ara tola rapra
santativa* Kara for
EVEYLON FASHIONS
Tha modal* illuitrat
ad Kara ara repra
santativa of many
othars just as attrac
tiva that await your
inspactian, ,
>ie° w no
J. C. McNecly & Co.
Shnnghau* ancestors have liml to
he Albemarle section of North Car
>lina for several generations
It is through tills Murphy descent
that Mr. Ehringhaus Is a second
souain, once removed, of Newton U
halter. secretary of war in the Wil
.011 cabinet, and prominently men
ioned as a possible candidate for
president.. Friends uy tlw North)
Caroim* gubernatorial Candida!
has a lt>t of fighting lush blood in!
his veins and that he will demon
strate thft he is a two-listed fight
ing man, always in the open and
never striking below the belt, be
fore this campaign Is over.
Postal authorities need not worry
m> much about the postal deficit;
what the public wants is service.
Tins newspaper is published as a
community asset, with the hope
ihat our citliens will use it. write
for it, read it, like it and. maybe
support It.
Baby Born After Fatal Crash
NoblesvtlJe, Ind.—Five hours alt
er her husband, ten year old daugh
ter, and five year old aon had baen
killed Ui an automobile oollUlon,' »
son was born to Mrs. Itoscoe Gib
son,
Ten Lots on
East Marion and DeKalb
Streets
Only about Nvo blocks from the Court House square in the heart of Shelby.
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION!
Monday, Sept. 28, 11 A. M.
— TERMS:—ONE-FOURTH CASH, BALANCE, 1, 2,3 YEARS —
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Part of the former McAffie property, consisting of one loi 150 feet by 200 feet on Marion Street sub-divid
ed into six 25-foot units. Another lot 100 feet by about 130 feet is being sub-divided into about four 25-foot
units, each fronting on Marion Street or DeKalb Street.!.
Nice bungalow on property to be sold.
This property is right in the heart of Shelby, only about two blocks from the business renter of the city
and comprises some of the most desirable lots in the city.
Each lot in the property will be sold to the highest bidder without, limit or reserve as to price The
highest bidder will absolutely get the property at this sale.
The tern* will be one-fourth of the purchase price in cash and the balance payable in one. two and three
years from date of sale. Remember, you make the price.
Now is the time to secure well located property in thi.s thriving, progressive community, absolutely at
your own price. There are many people in your community that you have seen invest a few' dollars in well
located properties and reap the benefit of the enhancement value as general business conditions improve and
this splendid community goes forward. Look this property over today and attend the sale Monday. September
28th, beginning 11 A. M. The sale will he conducted on the property regardless of weather conditions.
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THE SALE CONDUCTED BY
J. W. FERRELL CO., Inc.
PETERSBURG, VA., SELLING AGENTS.
TOOTS AND CASPER
So Why Worry?
' ' JUST CAME FROM SOPHIE HOOFERS
AND *T BURNS ME OP THAT TIL* A, *
FORMER MAID, 15 V^RK\N6 THERE^
MRS HOOFER i5TERRia*.Y INQUISITIVE
AND YOU CAN BET SHELL. TRY TO FIND
OUT EVERYTHIN^ THAI
WENT ON WHILE TILKA
WAS WORKING* FOR
OS».
SOPHIE. WAS \N THE KITCHEN WITH
TILKA WHEN I &0T THERE AND SHE
LOOKED SO SURPRISED TO SEE ME'.
I PRO0A8LY INTERRUPTED A BUZ2.
PESTl SHE DIDNT INSIST THAT I
STAY LONGER, I 4UESS SHE WAS
ANXIOUS TO BE RID OF ME SO SHE
COULD 4ET BACK TO THE
KITCHEN AND
QUIXZ TILKA
SOME MORE*
jlEi
Je6ruo6e
NOW, NOW TOpTSl
■surely, you dont Be _
THE HOOFERS THE PLEASURE
OF PRYIN& INTO OUR AFFAIRS'?
MY*. MY! WHATS THE
WORLD COMING TO? ITS 6tTHN<*
SO NOWADAYS THAT PEOPLE
■are actually expected
to MIND -THEIR
OWN
0US1NE5V.,
SMk
!F PEOPLE CAN'T QUi
up any dirt about
a PERSON THEY C*N
THINK THE ^
anyway, so there s
NO USE WORRYING
ABOUT IT'
-
The Third Degree?
TICK A, WHEN YOU
USED TO WORK FOR TOOTS
AND CASPER DID THEY
EVER HAVE ANY DINNER
Quests of consequence?
whom did they
HAVE?
7
Dit> CASPER I
EVER &ET AMY
CHECKS PROM
HlS RICH
UNCUE EVERE1T
THAT YOU KNOW
OF, TILKA?
WOW MANY
EVEWN6 40WNS
kDtD TOOTS HAVE'
DfDYOU EVER
HEAR THEM
QUARREL'N6?
DiD TiHEV
4et many
>HONe CAULS?;
DO vou A NOW
HOW MUCH RENT
THEY PA\D?
HOW MOCH
DID ‘THEIR
Grocery e>iuLSy
average
A WEEK?,
1
y
W REMEMBER THE
I *ji6mt t called to
n SEE H'M? Wftcj HD
\ RfALLV OUT OR OUST
DOD4IK6 ME?
AY \|
DtD HE EVER
ell YOU TO SAY
OUT IN CASE
('PHONED?
I&immV MuRPh/
. ILL BREAK.1, I 6lV£ in!
ILL TALK! ILL CONFESS
TO ANYTHIN^1,
SRiMa on the hand- cuffs'.
SEND ME TO PRISON'. ANYTHIN^!
DO WHAT YOU WANT WITH ME
SOT STOP THIS TERRIBLE
THIRD DECREE!
    

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