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Rates For Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum I
Charge For Any Want Ad 25c.
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WHEN WE ARE THROUGH
they look like new. Freeman a Shoe
Shop. East Shelby. 4t 4c
IF YOUR FEET HURT
you, visit us and have Dr.
Scholl’s representative exam
ine them free. A. V. Wray &
6 Sons. tf-30c
WINDOW GLASS
sold a little cheaper
at Cleveland Hard
ware Co. ltc
CAUL 832, THi" AUTO INN
'next to county Jail” and let us
wash or grease your car for 73c.
tf 28c
WANTED: FOR A LIMITED
time, produce In exchange for dry
cleaning. Bring your clothes to
Modern Dry Cleaners, opposite Pig
8>y Wiggly. J. W. Dorsey. 3t 4c
'SAUSAGE MILLS.
Get your now. Cleve
land Hardware Co. It
WARM AIR FURNACES. AS
phalt roofing, sheet metal product',
crushed stone. Loy F. Thompson,
Phone 745-J. tf 6c
USED AUTO AND TRUCK
parts. Automobile glass Installed.
Pink Iron and Metal Co., West
Warren street, Phone 580. tf 13c
FOR RENT: GOOD HOUSE,
fine location, big lot. C. S. Young.
tf 13c
'toy wagons;
Tricycles, Air Rifles,
22 Rifles. We cannot
be undersold on such
item s . We have a
large variety. Cleve
land Hardware Co. -
Washburn’s. ltc
GET A BLUM’S 1932 ALMANAC
FREE with a six months renewal
for The Star. Readers who can’t
get to The Star office, will please
mail in their renawal for six or 12
months and the 1932 Blum’s Al
manac will be mailed free. The Star,
Shelby. 8t 6p
STORE ROOM ~ FOR RENT
near Eastside Mill. Has two bed
rooms in the rear of the building.
See A. P. Weathers or telephone 54
2t 4c
MATTRESSES RENOVATED AT
reduced prices. Also make new ones.
Cleveland Mattress Shop, S. Mor
gan St. below Southern Depot.
tf 25c
A BLUM’S 1932 ALMANAC FREE
with a six months renewal to Th;
Star. Mail your check for $1.25 for
The Star six months and the al
manac will be mailed back to you,
or call at The Star office. 6t
LOST YOUNG BEAGLE PUP
white with black ears and top of
head black. R. N. Ivie, Cleveland
doth Mill. Reward. 2-2p
ATTRACTIVE
proposition open to
dealers who are inter
ested in handling At
lantic White Flash
Gasoline and Motor
Oils. Get in touch
with Washburn at
Telephone No. 35.
The Atlantic Refining
Co. ltc
Goodwin’s Saturday
Specials
Maxwell House Coffee,
5 lb._95c
Com Flakes, 2 pkgs._14c
Red Seal Sausage, H lb.
, can_ 16c
Cranberries, 2 lb._24c
Super-Suds or Chipso, 2
for-15c
Octagon Washing Powder,
8 for _ 25c
Snowdrift Shortening,
6 lb.- 75c
?ipto Beans, 10-lb._*— 45c
Wesson Oil, pint, 2 for _ 48c
Peanut Butter, 1 lb. glass 13c
Del Monte Sliced Pineapple.
Size 2$ can-16c
Small Milk, 8 for —__25c
Blue Ribbon Malt Extract 45c
I Gallon Sour Pickles __ 80c
Goodwin’s Cash
Grocery J t
WANTED TO SELL: FORD
touring car 1925 model. $20.00 crush
for quick sale or will trade for cow.
Conway Wilson, Hillcrest, Shelby, i
3t 30c
LOST: 2 MONTHS OLD MALE
Police pup. Tan color. Reward. Ros
coe Lutz, Funeral Home. 3-2p
$6.00 A TON FOR
Best Quality Coal.
Cheapest price in
town. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Wash
burn Coal & Oil Co. 1
UNCALLED FOR CLOTHING.
the following articles are at my
place on South Washington street;
and unless called for soon, I will
give them to one of the welfare
groups for charity: 13 pairs of
trousers, 4 coats, 5 suite, 2 light
coats (women). Wm. Hagley. 2-2p
FOR SALE: KOREAN LESPED
eza seed, oats, wheat and barley
stsaw, Fulghum seed oats. M. S
Beam, Waco. 12t 4p
FOR SALE: ELECTRIC RANGE.
Good as new. See Vick Wray, 2t 2c
"ELECTRIC LIGHT
Bulbs are sold by the
Cleveland Hardware
Co. Phone 73. Itc
HOGS & SHOATS
for sale. 7c per lb.,
treated for cholera.
D. A. Beam Co. 3t2c
W. C. WILLIS HAS GONE TO
Central Barber Shop. Hair cuts
26c, shave 15c. L. S. Cook. 5t 25p
“denatured al
COHOL for your
auto. Get our price be
fore you buy. The At
lantic Refining C o .
Phone 35. ltc
wanted7~chTck
ENS and Turkeys.
Highest market price
paid. D. A. Beam Co.
WANTED TO BUY GOOD COW.
some pigs and a "mule. Patterson
and Edwards, Florists, phone 700.
' It 4p
Reinhardt Christmas
Specials
Stewart soft-shell Pecans.
Pound- 20c
Brazil Nuts, fancy, lb. __ 15c
English Walnuts, fancy,
lb. --_^ 25c
Oranges, doz. __ 10c
Raisins, 15-oz. pkg. __10c
Mountain Apples, peck 20c,
Oysters, select, quart_49c
Stew Beef, 5 lbs._25c
Fresh Fish. 3 lbs._25c
Cocoanuts, fancy__10c
Prunes, 3 lbs._10c
Grapefruit, large size __ 5c
C. H. REINHARDT
SOUTH SHELBY
2t-4c |
- Sanitary Market - I
Saturday Specials
Georgia Paper Shell Pecans,
2 lb. - 35c
8-lb: Bucket Lard __68c
10 — 5-cent cakes Octagon
Laundry Soap __ 25c
Solar Brand 24 can Sliced
Pineapple- 19c
Horae Ground Corn Meal,
10-lb. bag_17c
10 lb. No. 1 Irish Potatoes 20c
Full line fresh fruits and
vegetables.
MARKET SPECIALS:
Whole or half Sugar Cured
Hams (skinned) lb. __ 14c
Thick Salt Side Meat, lb. 10c
Fresh Pork Ribs, lb._10c
Country Pork Sausage, lb. 20c
Pork Ham or Loin Roast,
Pound-___-19c
Stew Beef, 3 lb.__25c
Good Beef Roast, lb._15c
FRESH FISH:
Trout, medium, 2 lb. 25c
Large Roe Mullet, lb. __ 10c
Oysters for stewing, dry
pack. Quart ---50c
- Sanitary Market -
PHONE 48
Ne.-a to Quinn’s Drug Store
South Washington Street
Itc
FOR SALE TEN FEET OF USED '
shafting, three hangers for same j
and four pulleys to fit shafting at
bargain. See this at Star Office, Job
Department. 3-2p !
NEW LOW PRICES j
on Coal. Phone 35 or;
73 for Quick Service.
Qualiyt Coa. Wash
burn Coal & Oil Co. 1 j
LET US BAKE YOUR CHRX8T
mas cake. Call Mrs. Spencer, county
phone 2302. 3t 30c
FREE ALCOHOL FOR YOUR!
radiator—with every grease Job and
change of oil, we will give one gal-i
Ion of alcohol FREE, beginning
Saturday, December 5 and continu
ing through Saturday, December
19. Shell-By Service Station, West
Warren street, phone 164. It 4c
SPECIAL ON AXES
$1.00. Handled or un
handled. Cleveland
Hardware Co. Wash
burn’s Place. Easy to
find. ltc
WE SELL, REPAIR AND RE
charge batteries. Auto Inn, next to
County jail, phone 832. tf D4c
FOR RENT: TWO UNFURNISH*
ed rooms and one furnished bed
room, convenient to bath, to gen
tlemen or couple without children
Close In. Phone 666, Mrs. J. T. Beck.
2t 2c
FOR RENT: ONE FIVE ROOM
house, Fallston RoRd. Apply Union
Trust Co. It 4p
WANTED 2 OR 3 HORSE FARM
on halves In high school district,
Can furnish self. B. F. Wilson,
CherryvUle, R-2, near Waco. 2-4p
FOR'RENT: THREE OR FOUR
unfurnished rooms. Close in. Miss
Mattie Adams, West Warren street:
2t 2p
COME IN AND EN
JOY our Fire. Good
place to warm when
in ' town. Cleveland
Hardware Co. Wash
burn’s: ltc
SEE THE TREASURE CHEST
at The Star office. A 50 lb. home
safety deposit box for money and
valuable papers. Guaranteed fire
proof. A sample on exhibit now at
Star office. We have already sold
a dozen to farm homes, country
stores and filling stations. Price
only $13.35. < 5t 25p
SPECIAL OFFER: A 1932 BLUMS
Almanac free If you renew your
subscription to The Star for six
months or longer. 6t 6p
FOR SALE: DOUBLE BARREL
Ithaca shot gun and setter dog, re
trieves good. F. S. Dedmon, R-l,
Shelby. 3t 2p
Upper Cleveland
News Of Interest!
Mr. Taylor Hall Hart In I all j
Boone Students On a
V4»tt
iSpecial to The Star.)
Casar. R-l. Dee :t Mr Taylor
Wall tell last Wednesday and hurt
his right side.
Miss Lucile Sell fc sick at this
time.
Wc are glad to welcome Mr. and
Mrs Clarence Morris and family
who are moving into our commun
ity.
Mr. Ben Wall is visiting relatives
at Bostic this week
Mr. John Whisnant and son Ed
ward attended the fiddlers conven
tion at Hollis Thursday night.
Misses Jessie Pearl and Winnie
Whisnant and Marie Hunt who
have been in school at Boone are
spending some time with their
parents
Mr and Mrs. Zero Mull visited
relatives in Casar Tuesday
Mrs. Myrtle Whisnant and
daughter Jessie Pearl spent Tues
day with Mrs Sallie Whisnant.
Mr. and Mrs, Brisco Iatne spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Self.
Mr. Roy Fortune of Golden Val
ley visited Mrs. Q. J. Devenny Sun
<J*y
Miss Ola Jones of Lawndale R, F.
D., visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bum
gardner Sunday afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. R L. Morris and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. i.
Pruett Sunday.
FOR SALE: 5 REGISTERED
Seabright Ban tart Cockerels. Lee
Wray. tl 2c
HOLV WBLF (DWnHy BtadM,)
a*" ***•' *■• p*p«- *i«
A«*ifet» fabrikoid covrn, rad ad»«v ribbon
■*$2- Contelm IIInMiofit, maps and kalpi,
»*c?»dla» biofraphk*! and laofiaphleat diction
$1.00 and $1.25
Suttle’sDrug Store
STAR ADVS. PAYS
Business Picks Up
In Cleveland Again
Cleveland More business bright-)
eners $3,(100.000 wortli of them
CMM out of the'Cleveland areu tills
Week ■
The White Motor company here;
received a contract from the city,
of New York tor 774 heavy duty;
dump trucks 'The order is the!
largest- White has received since
tile boom days of the war and t j
worth approximately $3,600,000.
One thousand men wdlt go «»
work in the next two weeks at the
Lorain yards of the American Ship
building company, which will con
vert, thro lake ore carriers of Bo*
land and Cornelius. Buffalo steam -
} ship operators, into self unloaders
The job will cost $1,000,000
Rescue Man Who Fell
! In A Well, Unharmed
Kau Claire. Wis, Dee. 4.—Partial
ly burled for more than nine hours
at the bottom of a 20-foot well, C.
K Van Dalsem, 50 a well digger,
was rescued Thursday, slightly chill
ed and weakened but otherwise un
harmed
Van Dalsem was trapped by a
cave In of loose bricks and sand
late Wednesday. He was burled up
to the arm pits.
IT IS TIME
TO BUY
HEATERS AND
STOVES
you can buy them at
A or less at
THE PARAGON
YES—
We have a few more of
those $60 Mascot Maid
Ranges at
$24.95 Each
ON SALE
SATURDAY
MORNING
200
Brand New Split
Bottom Unfinish
ed Chairs at
79c Each
Regular $1.50 chair and
this is all we’ll have—as
this completes a con
tract we had.
THE.
PARAGON
FURNITURE
CO.
Shelby, N. C.
D'eer Hunt Turns Out
Bad; Hunter Is Shot
Iteams Mill. I*eo. 3.—Mr. Vono
tiuford and Mr. Rufus Sandrn
an ntored to Siprnee Tine Thanks
K' vine day with the Intention of
frOtng deer hunting, hut f»t«*
pMvented for >» Ihrv were (rt
tliti; ready to ro, Mr, Karl Shu
fniil arrldentaily Rot his irg
almost shot off. Hr was
ini n led lately taken to the hos
pllwhere It ua.% taken
utV. Last reports received by
Mr. Shuford stated that he was
sn»t dotnR so well.
Itriti'RliiR Him Down to I'arth.
Jac t When I dance with you I
feel is though I were treading on
the (Qoiids.
.laciel—Silly boy, those are my
feet.
$7 ARCH SUPPORT SUPPERS -
Women’s Brown Suede One-Strap
Women’s Brown Suede Calf Oxfords
Women’s Black Suede Spanish Arch
$2.98
Sizes 3$ to 8 Widths A, B, C, D.
A. V. WRAY & 6 SONS —
5,000 HOMES RECEIVE THE STAR
Every Other Day. That Means 20,000 intense
I Readers. If you have something to sell, tell
these 20,000 People about it in these columns.
KEEP WARM and DRY
with Miller-Jones First Quality Rubbers
Heavy
Work Rubbers
Ttte Maiithu
A K*t^r dut* rubber, built (or
»erv|a>;. gum upper, garnet lining
wtth tad gh tire treed lole.
$1.28
>
leys' MUilthu He
The Po»t»hu
AH p«r k* ere moulded Into on*
piece fW maiimum strength end
Tlie ”Alaska"
Cloth Upper
W#rmth #t»d utility combined In a
dr*t«y rtffclbor.
$1.48
The Clincher . ..
for Men
A popular *fyU
for drtn wmor.
FLEECE LINED BOOT
f JOCKS
Add* comlotf, «nd «tmNi to four
boon or taw fa >hoM.
1.5c
"Miller-Jones Rubtftosh**
All Rubbvr Galoth
TKrae Snap
Mado on *r>o
clil form fitting
U«t|. T#ft or
gunmwta! rub
bof with dark
•r trim. To fit
Mgb, mod ft*m
or low hooti.
SI.48
'
Concealed
alon Fastener
Will fit pwUcl.
ly end give rour
f**t modltheo
peerence with
complete pro
tection. Ten or
gunmetel for
High or ceben
Heels.
$4.98
Dress Rubbers ... for all the family
Rr.» Quality Fitting
M*n't
98c
89c
&i*M fho «tnw» in
•ow cot*, rifllit
foot protection for
tlinti ond mow.
Women'*
To fH «ll h**U
79c
Children'*
SfJw 5 to idh
69c
The "Carnival"
Rubbariied CloH>
Gafoth
Of f««hio»abla twoacf brown of
black malarial. Matftom ar \of>
Haaf.
98 c
Two Snap Oxford
Rubalosh
Oi t«n II9M 1 _
rubber trlmmvd
m«dlom hob.
Rubber
Boot*
Ai> ouftfaitdina flrtf
grtd* bool. Mad*
of good
:lc
•Ifh rad tola
haary foilag.
gnallfy
Hip or Sporting Haight M.Vt
MILLER-JONES CO.
*
100 S. Fc Fayette St.
SHELBY, N. C.
TOOTS AND CASPER
An Untimely Call.
r
I'M CYIN6 TO 6ET A LOOK
AT OUR NEW NEIGHBORS ACROSS
THE STREET! I HAVEN'T SEEN
THEM SINCE THEY MOV^D IN!
THAT'S THEIR CAR PARKED
IN FRONT* MAYBE THEY'RE
6ETTIN& READY TO 60 FOR A
R,DEI
7 OF COURSE,THE
TELEPHONE HAS TO
rin6 Just when
I DIDN'T WANT TO
LEAVE THE WINDOW
FORA
SECOND!
HELLO, CASPER'.
WHAT'S THAT?
YOU'VE 40T
THEATRE TICKETS
FOR TON16HT?
THAT'S LOVELY'.
HURRY HOME'
0-0-OM'. THE CAR IS
40NEl THEY CAME OUT
AND DROVE AWAY WHILE
I WAS ON THEPHONEi
OH- I'M SO DISAPPOINTED!
IT'S ALL CASPER'S .
HELLO,HONEY! \
HERE I AM HOME /
A4AIN! 40TTA [
814 LUSOOUS \
KISS FOR PAPA? /
_1^ y
( DON'T YOU
( DARE SPEAK
\ TO ME'. I'M MAD
ATVOUU
A Call For Diplomacy.
WHAT'S THE TROUBLE /TOOTS? WHAtV
HAVE I DONE ? WHAT ARE YOU SORE /
( ME FOR? you HAVEN'T SPOKEN Af
U WORD TO ME SINCE V
Q l CAME NOME FROM S
V WORK
feSTEROW! (
rHATS NO d
NAY TO
Brtfiin righto rcyrvcd
rTOOTS DOESN' T OFTEN
<UET POUTY, BUT WHEN
,bHE DOES-^OOO NIGHT*
»DON'T UNDERSTAND HER
AT ALU WOMEN ARE LIKE
TIME-TABLES*. I CAN'T
v FIGURE 'EM OUT* J
• JUST DROPPED BY TO SAY
HELLO,TOOTS» » HAVENT TIMETO
COME IN I IT'S ONLY THREE
WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS AND
K* HAVE SO MUCH SHOPPING TO
I*. I II VD01
&EE'. THAT'S RIGHT!
‘T'S NEARLY
CHRISTMAS AND
WHAT A PINE TIME
POR ME TO PICK
A QUARREL WITH
CASPER!
OP COURSE, VM, NOT MAO AT YOU,
CASPER! I WAS ONLY FOOLING*!
LET'S MAKEUP! ER = BY THE
WAY= WHAT ARE YOU <*OIN4TO
4IVE YOUR LITTLE WIFE FOR
CHRISTMAS? /
    

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