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Why Tramp Around To Buy Or Sell? Use Star Want Ads.-Quick Results
V^Hat Vow Want S
\ In the WANT ADS
Rutes Fur Want Advertisements In This Column. Minimum
Charge For Any W ant Ad 25c.
.‘ ilia size 1 cent per word each insertion
This size type 2c per word each insertion.
This size type oe per word each insertion
WHEN V/E ARE THROUGH
Ur.;- look HLc now. Freeman's She?
Shop, East Shelby. 4t !■.
~VF~Vom FEET H UR'l
vuu. visit us and have Dr.
Scholia representative exam
ine them free. A. V. Wray &
<j Sons. tf-OOt:
CALL G'J:.'. ITS AUTO TJJ\
to 0 arty jail” ftnj I \k:
wtath or grease -our car for 75c
tl 2c C
WANTED; FOR A I IMITTOJ
time, produce in exchange tor i.rv
cleaning. Bring you.: Go;.:
Motiera Dry Ckanore. opposite- P> ;.
gly Wiggly. J. W. Darouy. 3t 4"
WARM AIR FURNACES AS
pha t roofing, sheet metal product
cru . cd stone. L>y F T.ionnvor
Phonr 71.7-j. ti oc
USED AUTO ^ AND TRUCK
parts. Automobile glass installed
Fink Iron and Metal Co. vVeh.
Warren s rest, Phone 530. r.f i;(
WILL* SELL YOU)"* It ADIO A 1
your own term-. cleVtland Rcfrig
era ...ns Company. tf 50c M
FOR REN’I : OOOD HO Lot
fine location, big lot. C S Young.
t l I Jc
GET A BLUM'S 1333 ALMA;'AC
FREE with a six montiL-, rjn.' .al
for The Star. Readers who oan't
Bet to Tile Star Office, will please
mall in their renawal for six or 12
months and the 1932 BliftiVs Al
manac will be mailed free. The Star.
Shelby. 6t Ip
STANDARD MADE RADIOS
half price. Cleveland Refrigerating
company. tf 30c u
STORE ROOM FOR RENT
oear Eastside Mill. Has two bed
rooms in the rear of the building.
See A. P. Weathers or telephone 54
MATTRESSES ' RENOVATED AT
educed prices. Also make new ones.
Cleveland Mattress Shop, S. Mpr
;an St', below Southern Depot.
A~BLUM’S 1932 ALMANAC FREE’
vTith a six months renewal to The
Star. Mail your cheek for $1.25 for
l'he Star six months and the al
manac will be mailed back to you.
)r call at Tlie Star office. 6t Sj
WJLL TRADE RADIO FOR
.jreen oak wood. Cleveland Refrig
erating company. tf 30c M
’ FOR SALE TEN FKET OfIjSED
shafting, three hangers for same
and four pulleys to fit shafting at
bargain. See this at Star Office, Job
WE~SELL, REPAIR AND RE
clrarge batteries. Auto Inn, next to
County jail, phone 832. tf D4c
WANTED 2 OR Y HORSE FARM
on halves in high - school district,
Can furnish self. B. F. Wilson,
Cherryville, R-2, near Waco. 2-4p
ONE RCA RADIO FOR SALE.
Will trade for anything. Phone 481.
If 30c M
SPECIAL OFFER: A 1932 BLUMS
Almanac free if you renew your
subscription to The Star for. six
months or longer. 6t 5p
FOR SALE: DOUBLE BARREL
Ithaca shot gun and setter dog, re
trieves good. F. S. Dedmon, R-l,
Shelby. 3t 2p
IP YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
a radio we will sell you a guaran
teed one for less than half price.
Cleveland Refrigerating Company.
tf 30c M
WILL BUY THESE
Furs: Skunk, Musk
rat, Opossum, Mink,
Weasel. House Cat,
and wild cat. D. A.
Beam Co. 3t-4c
Stewart soft-shell Pecans.
Brazil Nuts,, fancy, lb._15c
F,relish Walnuts, fancy,
Granites, 3<yj. __10c
Raisins, 15-oz. pkgr. 10c
Mount ain A poles, peck . 20c
Oysters, select, quart ... *!9c
sitnc .B'eer. 5 lbs. 25y
Fresh Fish 3 lbs. _2-25c
G-jcoanuts, fancy --10c
Prunes, 3 lbs. —--10c
Grapefruit, large size ^ 5c
C. H. REINHARDT
LOST: 2 MONTHS OLD MALE
Police pup. Tan color. Reward. Ros
i cce LuU, Funeral Home. 3-2p
FOR SALE: KOREAN LESJPED-j
!eza seed, oats, wheat and barley;
j straw, Fulghum seed oats. M. 8
| Beam, Waco. 12t 4p
j HOGS & SHOATS
for sale. 7c per lb.,
| treated for cholera.
|D. A. Beam Co. 3t2c
i 200 SHEETS OF GOOD WHITE
i u.’ting paper end 100 envelopes,
i both printed with your name and
: address for SI. This Is the biggest
| bargain ever offered In stationery,
i Call at The Star office.
FNS and Turkeys.
Highest market price
paid. D. A. Beam Co.
j > f Wedding tnvita
; ions and announce
| ments. Copperplate
r u f (raised letter)
and printing. Samples
upon request. All pric
es a t a liberal dis
count from list. The
Star. Phone 11. tflTc
FOR SALE AT AUCTION, BAY
colored liiare mule, about 14 year:;
old, at my residence, In Sharon sec
tion on December 8, at 2 o'clock. .7
L. Hopper. It7n
LOST OR STRAYED^ TWO
young pigs. O re white and other
black with white spots. B. M Jones,
! or more to Employed Men
Women. You can get the mon
ey you need today. No secur
; itv or endorsers required.
| Costs but little and repay
ment terms easy. Prompt,
courteous service. Citizens
Finance Co, 12 Linebererer
Bldg. Entrance West Marion
FOR SALE* "MODEL T FORD
louring oar. good condition, also
two good milk cow#. O. C. Pruett,
routs 7, Shelby, near Post Road
Gin. 2t 7p'
LOST: SHEEPSKIN~COAtF ON
McErayer or Graham streets Friday '
afternoon. Return to Star office.
FOR SALE; MEADOW HAY.
Mt.J. '.V. II. Jennings, S. Washings
Ion SirfOc, Shelloj'. 3t 7c
before you buy Flour,
they will sell you the
[best and save you
j money. lt-7c
WANTED: TO KENT FURNI3H
! t cl room; must be close in. Phone
I 2B0-J. 3t 7p
FOR SALE: 150 BUSHELsT OF
peanuts, $1 per bushel. T. P Es!:
ri'Jge Grocery. It vp
NOTICE or TRMrEi
De'ault having been mad# m payment
v>. win indebtedness secured by that cer
‘ U’.i deed of tru .t to the undersgned as
■tf for the Pilot I .ife Insurance cqji.
by L. P. MeggLnsbii and vt'te. Mir
r . ‘ B-ar.i Megjinscn. on ths Kth day
of March, 1930, and recorded It* the o»
ii’e of the regi-ier of deeds c‘ Cleveland!
c1 • ■ •;i n. c.. in book 150 at. page mi
the undersigned trustee will, under ar.d
by virtue of the power of sale vested in
it by said deed of trujt, and p.t the re- '
quest of the cestui que trust, and for the
purpose of d:5che.rg.ng the debt secured |
by si id deed of trust, proceed to-sell t)j
the highest bidder. for cash, at the
court house door in Cleveland county.
Shelby, North Carolina, at 12 o'clock M ,
Monday, January U, 12J31.
the following described land, to-wit:
Lying in the city of Shelby, North Car
olina, and being that lot of land convey
ed to L. p Meggir.son and wife, Margaret
Beam Meggihson by deed recorded in
book 3-U, page end 352 of the office
of the register o? deeds for Cleveland |
county, N. Cn and being Joined on the l
4forth by an alley, on the east by E. M
Beany on the south by West Graham,
street, and on the west bv lot of John
Norman, and being described by metes
and bounds as follows:
Beginning at a stake in north edge of i
West Graham street, John Norman's!
southeast corner, and runs thence cast
with said edge of Graham street 115 feet
to a 3tek« in E. M- Beam’s line: thence
north with Beam's line 170 feet to a
stake m edge of alley; thence with alley
west 115 feet fo a stake’ in John Nor- j
mans line; thence south with Norman's
line 170 feet to the place of beginning.
This the 5th day of December. 1931.
NORTH CAROLINA TRUST CO.
Brooks, Parker. Smith aud WhaTton.
Attys., Greensboro. N. C. 4t Dec 7c
STAR AD VS PAYS
Toluca And Knob
Creek Late News
Mul-Bores Marriage. Mrs. J, M
Carpenter And A. A. Sain In
(Special to The Star.;
Toluca, Dec. 5.—Miss Vangie Mull'
and Mr, Loyd Boggs motored to
Gaffney, 8. C„ on Thanksgiving day
and were happily married. They
were accompanied by Miss SeJjiu
PTopst and Mr. Russel Sain. The
bride is the daughter of Mrs. Julius
Mull Bumgardner and the late Mr
Julius Mull. The groom is the sun :
of Mr. and Mrs. John Boggs of Bel- i
The happy couple returned to the;
home of tire groom's parents where j
a four course dinner was served.!
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.!
Loyd Boggs. Mr. and Mrs. Cline;
Falls, Miss Selma Propst and Mr.;
Russel 8sIn. They will make their!
home for some time with Mr. ar.(j I
Mrs. S. T. Carpenter, teacher o'
the beginners class at Carpenters
Grove honored her little ones with
a turkey dinner Thanksgiving day.
Those present were Ruby Connor.
Hattie Clark. Carl Carpenter. Rob
ert Hoyle and Thurman Warlick
the visitors were Mrs. Boyd War
lick. Mrs. Mary Jane Carpenter
Messrs. Wayne Carpenter and Leslie
n. large crowd was present at u»r
penters Grove on last Sunday for
the district B. Y. P. U. meeting
Double Shoals and the Grove jun
ior B. Y. P. XJ. rendered excellent
programs. The senior B. Y. P. D.
of the Grove won the, attendance
banner and the juniors won the ef
The friends of Miss Ruth Hall
man surprised her with a party on
Saturday right. Those present were
Misses Ruth Costner, Pauline
Davis, Vaunetta Boyles, Shirley and
Bertha Sain, Irene Hoyle, Ollie
Mitchem, Sirnell and Leona Proc
tor, Messrs. Summie and Murriel
Dellinger, Jim Gantt, A. F. Till
man, Howard Beam, Sam S'1 in.
Otto Boy^s, Charles Roberson, Ley
and Raymond Yavbro, Edwin -and
Leon Costner. Dwight Sain. Earl
Boyles and Cash Norman.
Miss Madge Cline of Belwood
spent last Friday night with Mass
Mr. A. A., Sain has been carried
to the Shelby hospital for treat
ed to the Shelby hospital cn last
ment. He is getting along very v eil.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Boyles niotd’
Tuesday to see Mrs. J. M. Carpen
ter. She is still improving and will
undergo an operation at an early
Mr. and Mrs. Odus Sain and Mr.
Fred Sain from Charlotte visited a*
the home of Mrs. D. M. Mull Mon
Misses Vangie and Lois Willis
spent Friday night with Miss Min
Mr. and Mrs. Odus Houser, Misses
Kate and Mamie Housey of Lin
coln county spent last Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Smith.
Misses Vangie Peeler, Mure! Esfc
ridge and Mr Shannon Lee f t
Lawndale vUited Miss Minnie Mull
Sunday p. m.
Mrs. W. H. Young and Mr. Coy
Young visited at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Rochel Young of New I on
Miss Ora Sain of Morganton vis
ited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L
Miss Charlotte Peeler has return
ed home after spending several
weeks with Miss Ada Banner up
nbovc Boone, one of her collcg
Misses Fannie, Lilian and Mali
Mostella ' spent Thanksgiving day
with Miss Corene Hoyle,
Honoring The Unknown Soldier
The Washington Star.
As the years pass, the number of
visitors to the toinb of the Unknown
Soldier in Washington grows larg
er. Some months the total runs over
100,000. More than 1.000 wreath’
are laid on the tomb each year. A
single soldier stands guard besid
it., from sunrise to sunset, daily. No
other National hero has had
much honor paid to him.
Take Pecan From
Lung Of An Infant!
I Or. Wultmnii /inn. Nnted Balti
more Surgeon. Removes
j Baltimore. Rullroud speed and
| medical skill last week saved Urn .
i life of Joe Edd Baker. 20-mootha
j old Asheville baby.
Hushed here by train, an emer
] gcncy bronchascoplc operation wus
I performed on the child, son of Mr
i and Mrs. Herman Baker, to remove
a pecan nut kernel from his lung.
The operation required but a single
minute and tvas performed by nr.
| Waltman F. Zinn.
Mrs. Baker, with the child arriv
ed here shortly before daylight ac
companied by Dr. John A. Win
stead of Asheville, whose ministra
tions saved the baby's life rn route,
as the kernel entered the lung from
the c-ophagus where it lodged yes
At Richmond on the north bound
trip, the child could hardly breathe
as the nut worked info the lung rn
Discovery Makes Possible
New I'1;hw!!\ Makers of Vicks VapoRub for
Another advance in “Control-of- ]
Colds" has l>een perfected by the
makers of Vicks VapoRub A third!
of a century ago, Vtcks VnpoRub
introduced the modern, external
method of “treating” colds. Now,
Vick Chemists Introduce Vicks Nose
& Throat Drops—based ' on a new
idea in “preventing” colds. These
two are companion products—they
aid and supplement each other. To
gether, they make possible the Vick
Plan for better "Control-of-Colds”
i in the home and further reduction
1 of tlie family “Cclds-Tax"—in mon
ey, loss of time and health.
Here, briefly, is the Vick Plan tor
1.—Ref ore a Cold .Starts
At the first sneezy, scratchy trri
| tation of the nose or upper throat—
! Nature's unmistakable u-arnintr that
you are "catching
cold” use Vicks
promptly as di
•pci^<4j Many colas
canlse checked at
thjs stage and bad
eokjt; a folded.
w , ,.^..3.1. jj you eaten COJC1
ra.ily. . the wise
plan Ls to use just a lew Vicks Nose
Drops up each nostril after exposure i
to any particular condition that your |
own experience tells you is apt to !
give you a cold—for instance, a j
night cn a Pullman—a dusty auto- ;
mobile ride—over-smoking, over- |
heated, over-crowded rooms, etc.—'
and you feel the slightest stuffiness j
of the nasal passages. Vicks Drops
are especially designed to aid the
nose—Nature's “preventor" of cold
—when over-taxed by such emer
gencies of our artificial pret'int-c’ny
2.—After a Cold Starts.
At night, massage tire throat and
chest well with Vicks VapoRub <now
available in white
if you prefer).
Spread on thick
and cover with
tv arm flannel.
Leave the bed
around tire neck
so that the ruedl
rated vapors arising can be inhaled
freely all night long. During the
day—any time, any place—use Vicks
Nose Drops as needed for ease and
comfort. <lf there is a cough, you
will like the new Vicks Cough Drop
—actually medicated with ingredi
ents of Vicks VapoRubt,
This gives you full 24-hour treat
ment and without the risks of too
much Internal "dosing” which ao
often upsets the digestion—especi*
ally of children—and lowers body
Strength at a rime when Nature
most needs it to resist disease. Do
not "dose" colds except on your doc
Trial Offer to Vick Users.
The Vick Plan for better "Con
trol-of-Colds" has been tested—and
proved. But the makers want all
users of Vicks VapoRub to test it
for themselves in‘ their own homes
Get a bottle of Vicks Drops from
your druggi.-. today. Try the plan ;
as directed. If results are not more
tf*n satisfactory, your druggist is
authorised to refund your, money.
ranee, nncl from Richmond to Fred
•rtcksburg, ho was In convulsion’!
M. Washington the child's conditio i
improved, but he remained In dan
ker until the operation was per
Dr. Zlnn said the baby had a good
chance fof recovery unless compli
The No Colton Law.
t The Columbia Record.
There ought to be a law to pro
hibit the planting ol more thun
half as much cotton next year, an
economic law, opines the Greenwood
There Is an economic igw ol
(Sburse to prohibit any person o
common sense and Initiative rroir
planting more than half as ,mucr
cotton next year. It Was under this
low that the cotton farmers wert
sentenced to six cents cotton , the
?t Pays To Advertise,
AT INTERESTING HOLIDAY PRICES
Below we list only a few of (he valuer (hat suggest the un*
usual savings to be had here from now until Christmas.
Other ranges priced propor
$12.95 to $19.95
$82.50 to $132.50
New Low Prices!
If you are interested in a stove of any type and price, see
Shelby Hardware Co.
"WE SERVE TO SATISFY"
— PJIONE 330 —
READ THE STAR. IT NOW GOES INTO 5,000 HOMES EVERY
OTHER DAY. $2.50 A YEAR BY MAIL. FOUR WEEKS FOR
A QUARTER BY CARRIER BOY.
TOOTS AND CASPER
Such A Dear Little Thing.
m 40IN6 TO OO SOME. CHRISTMAS
SHOPPING NOW. CASPER! I WANT TO
/ OH, YES' voy! m 4LAD you reminded
ME BECAUSE »'Lt BE NEAR THE FIVE
AND-TENCENT STORE' AND KEEP AN
EYE OUT OE THE FRONT WINDOW WHILE
I'M 4one‘ SEE IF YOU CAN 4ET A LOOK
AT OUR NEW NEIGHBORS ACROSS THE
STREET! >'M 0Y1N4 TO KNOW WHAT
V _ THEY LOOK LIKE!
I JUST OVER-HEARD TOOTS
TELLING YOU SHE ONLY EXPECTS
SOME LITTLE 6lFT FROM YOU ON
CHRISTMAS! YOU'RE GETTING
OFF EASY! SOPHIE WANTS TO 4
BLOW ME FOR AN
TOOTS KNOWS WHAT SHE>
TALKING ABOUT! A DIAMOND
IS A LITTLE ARTICLE IN
SIZE, BUT IT COSTS PLENTY,
AND I DON'T KNOW WHAT
« M 60IN6 TO USE FOP
Diamond Cut Diamond.
I CAME DOWN
TOWN TO DO
I HOPE VOU SPEND
A LOT OF CASPER'S
CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET,
, TOOTS? DON'T BREATHE A WORD
% ABOUT IT TO MY WIFE1. I WANT TO
SURPRISE HER'. I'M 40NNA 4»VE
HER A DIAMOND RIN4 FOR CHRISTMAS
I SUPPOSE CASPER WILL 6\VE
YOU SOMETHIN^ PRETTY NICE
LOOK AT TOOTS RUSHING UP
THE STREET! SHE CAN'T 4E.T
HOME QUICK ENOUGH TO BREAK
THE NEWS TO CASPER* I'LL BET SHE
MAKES HIM BUY HER A DIAMOND FOR
I'LL FIX THAT
SHRIMP FOR ALL
TH0 TRICKS HE’S
T >'M NOT 40NNA BUY A DIAMOND FOR MY
WIFE', IN FACT, t COULDN'T AFFORD TO, BUT
I WANT CASPER TO <6rET STON^r FOR ONE!I
ITS ABOUT TIME I WAS PUTTING OVER A
FAST ONE ON THAT SHRIMP! I'M THE KIND OF
>A &UY WHO ALWAYS i