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YOUR FEET HUR1
visit us and have Dr.
’s representative exam
iem free. A. V. Wray &
s._ tl’-30c
j 832, THE AUTO INN
to county Jail” and let us
n. grease your car for 75c.
tf 38c
29 A N D1930
si A Fords. Very
>st prices. Doggett
ackey, Shelby, N.
2t-16c
EN YOU HAVE A
one to die, you should
wledge the flowers sent
ends and show your ap
won of the sympathy
ded. Use sympathy ac
vledgement cards, plain
or with mourning
New samples and re
prices at The Star of
____tf 9p
0 AUTO AND TRUCK
Automobile glass Installed,
ron and Metal Co., West
1 street, Phone 580. tf 13c
SALE: KOREAN LE8PED
ed, oats, wheat and barley
Pulghum seed oats. M. 8
Waco. 12t 4p
.NTED TO Trade
i Model A Fords
>ome good mules
cows. Doggett &
cey, Shelby, N. C.
2t-16c
IEE GRADES AND
price ranges in wed
ivitations and announce
t Beautiful line of sam
t greatly reduced prices
i at The Star office.
*tf 9p
IA BLUM’S 1932 ALMANAC
with a six months renewal
e Star. Readers who can’t
The Star office, will pleaae
i their renawal for six or 12
i and the 1932 Blum’s Al
wHl be mailed free. The Star
6t 5p
ODEL A FORDS
on very easy
is. Doggett and
cey, Shelby, N. C.
2t-16c
HOSTS Of GOOD WHITE
paper and 100 envelopes,
rinted with your name and
» for $1. This Is the biggest
l ever offered-in stationery.
[ The Star office.
ft RENT — 5 - ROOM
ment, partially furnish^
ath. Newly painted, in
class condition. Cleve
Springs estate. Apply J.
neberger. 3t-llc
CP YOUR~VALUABLES
fire and burglars. A
Wure Chest” costs only
S»and its fireproof. See
[ample at The Star of
A Victor product that
>rotect you. tf 9p
jstom Hatching
i hatch your chicks. Set each
\y starting December 14th
cents an egg. Suttle Hatch*
lone 348. 4t 11c
. SALE AT ' BARGAIN:
new Dayton water system
(Harris, 511 West Marion St
, 3t 14p
-i-— ————
i HALE: SEVERAL FRESH
sows, R. A. Lackey, Fallston.
2t 14p
i SALE: ORE-750 EQO
ty automatic Incubator. Used
pe season. Mrs. A. C. War
t-3, Vale. 3t 14c
fTTED-EVERYBODY” THAT
Rested in raising rabbits for
to be at the court house on
lay December 10 at 2:30 p.
2-14c
[CE OF SALE OF AUTOMO
will sell at Public Auction for
it the court house door, In the
»^nelby, N. C, January 12th
o’clock M., the following de
l automobile, to-wit: One
t-door sedan, 1926 Model, Mo
i. 1262737229. This car is to be
*■ storage charges due the un*
,ied. F. M Panther. l-16p.
FOB RENT; GOOD HOUSE,
fine location, big lot. C. 8 Young
tf 13c
IF YOU ABE INTERESTED IN
a radio we will sell you a guaran
teed one lor less than half price
Cleveland Refrigerating Company
AT AUCTION THURSDAY, DE
cember 17th, all household and
kitchen furniture of late Mrs. Laura
A. Wells. Sale at her home 40fi
West Warren street beginning at
10 o'clock. Several valuable pieces
of old furniture. Frank L. Hoyle,
administrator. 2t 14c
A BLUM’S 1932 ALMANAC FRF.E
with a six months renewal to The
Star. Mall 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 6j
WE SELL, REPAIR AND RE
charge batteries. Auto Inn, next to
County Jail, phone 832. tf D4c
WEDDING INVITATION
and announcements. Several
new lines at greatly reduced
prices. Copper plate engraved,
process (raised letter) work
and plain printing. Three
[grades at three prices and
the very newes t stock and
styles. The Star, phone 11.
tf 9p
FIRST IN TOWN TO BRING
prices down. Hair cuts, 25c; shave,
15c. Central Barber Shop.
13 Dllp
WE TRADE FOR
anything. Good stock
Model A Fords on
hand. Doggett And
Lackey, Shelby, N. C.
2t-16c
WE PAY CASH FOR
seed cotton. D. A.
Beam, Phone 130. 2tc
CHRISTMAS MONEY—$5
or more to Employed Men &
Women. You can get the mon
ey you need today. No .secur
ity or endorsers required.
Costs but little and repay
ment terms easy. Prompt,
courteous service. Citizens
Finance Co. 12 Linebergej;
Bldg. Entrance West Marion
St. tf7c
AUTOMOBILE TRUCK BODY
work; file and set crosscut saws.
75c, handsaws 35c. Elias Leigh, 1108
Lilly Mill Road, South Shelby. 3tl4p
FOR RENT; TWO ROOMS, ONE
with kitchen sink. Close in. Tele
phone 73. 2t 14p
WE PAY CASH FOR
cotton seed, or ex
change meal or hulls.
D. A. Beam, Phone
130. 2t-16
ATTEND THE AUCTION SALE
Thursday morning, December 17th
of the household and kitchen fur
niture of the late Mrs. Laura
Wells. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. All
household and kitchen furniture,
including several valuable pieces of
antique furniture. Frank L. Hoyle,
adm. 2t 14c
»■' i ■■■■■■■
Reinhardt’s Greeting
for a Merry Christmas
With Prices to Meet the Purse
Pecans, soft shell, lb. __ I5e
English Walnuts, soft
shell _*_25c
Brazil Nuts, large size, lb. 15c
Cocoanuts, large size. ea. 10c
Raisins, layer or puffed,
15-oz., 2 for __25c
Candy, crystalized, 3 lb. 25c
Fig Newtons, 2 lb._25c
IN THE MARKET:—
Pork Roast, choice, lb. 15c
Pork Ribs, 2 lb. __25c
Pork Sausage, country style.
2 lb. _ 25c
Dried Ham, whole or half,
lb._22c
Native or Western Beef
Steak, choice cuts, lb.25c
Beef Roast, 2 lb. __ 35c
Beef Stew, 3 lb.. 25t
Fresh Fish, 3 lb._25c
Liver Mush, country stvle,
3 lb_ 25c
Give us a call,
C. II. REINHARDT
SOUTH SHELBY
2t-14t
STAR ADVS PAYS
/GIVE
^ A YEAR*/
is SUBSCRIPTION
TO THE
|
!
Musical Play Tuesday
At Marion St. School
One Hundred And Twenty Children
To Take Part In “The Toy
Shop.*
The Marion school presents the
musical play in three acts, "The Toy
Shop" at the high school auditor
ium Tuesday night at 8 p. m.
The cast includes 125 children
with special dances and songs as
added attractions. “An elaborate
stage set is being built plus specl il
lighting effects. Miss Minnie Ed
dtns Roberts and Mrs. Ed McCurry
are in charge of the songs, cos
tumes and coaching. The dancing
teacher from Gastonia Mias Jennie
Gray Barkley is also helping with
the dances. Miss Mary Helen Let
timore is the pianist.
Mr. O. B. Lewis is the director oi
the play and stage effects. The play
is well under way and is considered
one of the finest operettas ever pre
sented by a grammar school.
Seeking Evidence
Hammond—Why does Mrs. Meek
ly continue to live with her hus
band when he beats her so often?
Cabbageo—She wants a divorce
and her lawyer advised her to get
as many beatings to her credit as
possible before going to court.
FOR SALE—ONE EXTRA NICE
Jersey heifer. Freshen soon. Also
one model A. Ford roadster. Good
condition, good tires. F, S. Dedmon,
R-l Shelby.
"sPECIAlToFFER: A 1932 BLUMS
Almanac free if you renew your
subscription to The Star for six
months or longer. flt 6p
WANTED TO BUY: GERMAN
Police, Airdale or bull dog. Vera
Yarbrough, near Waco. 2t 16p
~~WE PAY THIS
week only, 20e per lb.
cash, for young tur
keys. We buy chick
ens. D. A. Beam Co.
2t-16c
MTV HEWS OF |
THE CURRENT WEEK
Mr. Hughes Burlrd. Car Overturn*.
Mr. Greene Celebrate* 74th. -*
Birthday.
Special to The Star.)
Dec. 15.—The many friends and j
relatives of Mr. J. H. Greene gath- j
ered here Sunday at the home of'
his daughter Mrs. B. B. Harris
where Mr. Greene makes his home,
to celebrate with him his 74th birth
day anniversary. Mrs. Harris, the
only child, the nine grand chil
dren and the three great grand
children with a large number of
friends and relatives from different
parts of the country were present
A bountiful dinner was served pic
nic style.
Misses Josie Mae and Ruth Hol
llfleld spent Saturday night with
Miss Ruby Greene of Mooresboro.
Mr. Crockett Butler and a party
of friends of Forest City were call
ers at the home of Mr. C. R. Bea
son Sunday afternoon.
Misses Ruby and Mary Alice,
Lovelace spent Saturday night with
; their aunt, Mrs. Clara Wilson of
Cliffside.
Our 8unday school is very grate
ful to Mr. Zack Brackett for a beau
tiful wall clock and call bell which
[lie recently presented to us.
Mr. Hughes Dead.
Among those attending the fu
neral of Mr. Elsberry Hughes at the
Baptist church of Henrietta on last
Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock; were
Mr. H. W. McKinney, Mr. and Mr*.
Paul Bridges, Mr. and Mrs. W. O
Winn and family.
Mr. Bill Harr ill or Lattlmore
spent last week-end here with his
cousin Mr. Sam Jenkins.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. McClunr.ey
were visitors at the home of Mr.
Grigg Humphries of No. 1 town
ship Sunday afternoon.
On last Sunday night when re
turning from a B. Y. P. U. pro
gram at Mt. Pleasant church <fur
ing the pouring rain. Mr. Everett
Bridges ran off an embankment in
front of the home of Mr. Willie
Hicks and overturned his car In
which he, his wife and three chil
dren and Miss Etta Bostic were
riding. None of them was serlourly
hurt, but hts car top was damaged
Mrs. M. M. Beason spent a few
considerably.
days of last week with Mrs. MattiP
Weathers of St. George, S, C.
Mrs. Pauline McWhirter chil
dren of Shelby spent last wfeei-wnd
here with her mother Mrs. Funratt]
McBwaln. . , . V
i _ VM&MU
Turned Animal '
Rufe Johnson’s pdt hound disap*
peared. Rtife put the following ad
in the paper:
“Lost or run a way-one liver
colored bird dog called Jim. Will
show signs of hydrofobby in about
three days.”
The dog came home the following
day.
Beams Mill Dots
Of Personal Items
Mrs. Norman Sick. Personal* Of
People Visiting
About.
i Special to The Btar.l
Beams Milt, IVc 15.—Mrs. W 11 j
Norman Is on the sick list at this
writing
Mr. and Mrs, Onley Wright spent
Sunday night with Mr and Mrs
Furman Wright
Mr. and Mm Moi-ris Williams j
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs '
Crawford Barnette
Mrs. Carrie Hoyle spent Sunday
night with her stater Miss Lira
Vaughn who ta real sick at this
writing.
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Wright
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr
and Mrs. Luther Sellars of Fa II
•ston.
Mr and Mrs Bonnie Elliott and,
children, Harry' and Betty, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Olivet
Glaacoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Hamrick of
Falls ton spent Sunday with Mrs.
Thompson Hamrick and family.
Rev. D. •, Washburn was a gjuest
of Mr. and Mrs. Kim Williams Sun
day night.
Mr. Van Causby and two children
Carrol and Ethel, of Hickory, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Glaacoe.
Mrs Pressley Costner and daugh
ter, Thera, spent Saturday night
T»IST«''« AA1.F.
Under and by virtue of the authority
contained In a cvrtelu deed o( trust esc
|cuted by Will Camp and wife Ora Camu
to aecure an tndabtednms to T P Ham
rick. which deed of truat u recorded m
I book 144 at page 9 In the office of the
; register of deed* ol Cleveland county, N
■ C., the undersigned trustee will on Jan
uary 18th. IBM at 3 o'clock p m eell at
the courthouse door In the city of Shelby
to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described real estate:
Situate on the waters of First Broad
river, and being a part of the John Me
Swatn tract of land Beginning on a white
oak and runs thence north 2 east 38
poles to a pine slump; thence north 47
west 22 poles to a stake; thence north 43
east 29 poles to n stake lu Wilkins Fold
road; thence along several courses of the
road 110 poles to a stake; thence south
18 west 12 poles to a stake and pointer-,
In the old line, thence north 88 east 60
poles to a stakr hi the branch, thence
up the branch 193 poles to the beglnnln
containing 89 arres more or less, and be
tng that, tame tract of land conveyed to
T. p. Hamrick by M H. Hamrick and wife
by deed dated April 28. 1821 and record
ed In book KKK at page 181 In the oi
fiee of the register of deeds of Cleveland
county, N. C.
This December Hth 1931.
HOBACE KENNEDY. Trustee
4t Dee 18c
| -;..
PLAIN WHITE
Linen
Handkerchiefs
AS LONG AS
LOT LASTS—>
EACH
NOT OVER 5 TO A
CUSTOMER.
—NASH—
Regular 10c Quality
with Mr and Mrs. Paul Bridges ol
Cleveland Springs
Maun. Rufus and Fred Sanders
and D V. t>ed(ord spent Sunday I
with Mr and Mrs. Doiph Mooee at I
Lincoln ton
Mr. Cullen McSwain spent Sun
day night wltli his uncle and aunt,
Mr and Mrs. Charlie MeSwaln ot
Cherryville.
f<in»l Division
A rase canie before a police court j
involving the ownership of an 8
day clock.
After listening Lo boUi side*. tht
magistrate turned to the prosecu
tor: "You ge! the clock, he said
gravely.
"Oh, and trhut do I get?" asked
the accused.
"Well, you get the eight day*,” re- |
plied the magistrate.
OOMPARE THIS (NERVE
WITH THE ONE AB®VC
AND THE ONE BCUJW
A good many of us are like the
(he old calendar these days—just
about used up.
It has been a hard year in many
* *y*. We have had to eadn all Mir
effort and energy Just to keep gofttg
and hold our own I have never
known a time when HEALTH was
a greater asset than right now—nor
a more treacherous period for Dis
ease to get a foothold.
Have jw. »tv«* ChSwwwcur a u.
m*l? It not you win be nrprUM at tli
***** "** nee. VIGOR an,I ,
l "KftOT »)i«a tftMtfl r?rr*p strata aod Urey*
!Ut< Ih reuwvrt by CHIROPRACTIC AD
jrirrHsarni Oomaanr tb. mmmi. wane
*l,h 'op a*>a hotumi nnv Cairo
rrwtic own thl« Froamrr. Ifntnr* «hs
die Honling
— DR. B. M. JARRETT —
1.1-14 R oyster Md*., most SIS,
Residence 3S4-SL
f orest (Hr, i n ion Rank Bldg„ '
Twsa.- Thnrv-Sat., f-g p. RL
Something New In Radio
MAJESTIC IS AHEAD WITH THE LATEST
IMPROVEMENTS IN RADIO
$69.50
Complete Instated
New Spray Shield Tube*
New Modulated Circuit
Twin-Power Detection
and the lowest prices in
Majestic history.
rRY A MAJESTIC BEFORE
BUYING ANY RADIO! •
SEE THE DIFFERENCE
-AND HEAR THE DIFFERENCE!
Tone, Selectivity And The Greatest Name
In Radio — Majestic.
Priced from $54.50 to $175.00
CONSIDER Service With Every Set Sold.
Pendleton’s Music Store
TOOTS AND CASPER— A Gentleman’s Agreement.
/ NOT IF I CAN
OUT OF IT, CASPER!
I CAN'T AFFORD
IT OUST NOW!
HOW ABOUT YOU= ?
ARE YOU 4ETTIN&
A RIN^ FOR TOOTS?
ARC YOU '
4o»n6 TO
61VEYOUR
WIFE A
DIAMOND
RlN£j FOR
CHRISTMAS,
COLONEL
HOOFER?
A
I CAN’T AFFORD IT EITHER .
BUT TOOTS INSISTS THAT I ©UY
HER A DIAMOND SIMPLY BECAUSE
YOU TOLO HER YOU ARE 60lN<4
TO &IVE YOUR WIFE ONE
WHY DID YOU
TELL THAT TO
TOOTS?
IT WAS ALL JUST A JOKE ON MY
PART, CASPER' I HAD NO INTENTIONS
OF BUYING A R1N6 FOR SOPHIE,BUT
SHE CjOT WIND OF IT AND NOW SHE
EXPECTS ONE* THERE OU&HT TO BE
SOME WAY OUT OF THIS
SITUATION SO WE CAN
BOTH SAVE MONEY*
7
tVE 60T THE IDEA,CA5PER'
LET'S VOU AND ME A4REE TO
SPEND NOT MORE THAN
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS
APIECE ON OUR WIVES'
THEY'LL BOTH BE SATISFIED
IF NEITHER 6ETS A MORE
EXPENSIVE 6lFT
THAN THE OTHER! S?'
THATS A 60!
YOU'RE ON'.WE'LL
ALL HAVE DINNER
TOGETHER AT MT
HOUSE CHRISTMAS!
we'll Give the
PRESENTS TO
OUR WIVES AT
■ . DINNER TABLE. .
Casper Is Wily.
P
^ COLONEL HOOPER AND l MADE AN AGREEMENT,
/ TOOTS! WE DECIDED NOT TO SPEND OVER
/ &25.09 APIECE ON CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR
I OUR WIVES! WE CAN'T AFFORD TO BUY
^ DIAMONDS
JUST NOW!
V I KNOW YOU'LL BE
SATISFIED JUST SO SOPHIE
DOESNT 6ET A MORE
EXPENSIVE PRESENT THAN
YOU, AND SHE FEELS THE
SAME WAV ABOUT IT*. I INVITED
THEM TO HAVE DINNER
US ON CHRISTMAS!
r Y0UR AGREEMENT IS ALL RI&HT.CASPER
BUT ARE YOU SURE COLONEL HOOFER WON'T
DOUBLE- CROSS YOU ? YD FEEL TERRIBLE.
WHEN WE ALL OPEN OUR PRESENTS AT THE
OtNNER TABLE IF HERS SHOULD BE
z
HOM-M! MAYBE TOOTS IS RlijHT'.
HE MAY BE TRYING TO PUT OVER A EAST
ONE ON ME! HE'LL, SEAR WATCHING
ALL THE TIME! I WON'T BE CAUGHT
NAPPING! I'LL 6ET A RIN6 FOR TOOTS,
BUT I WONT LET HIM KNOW IT! HE CAN'T
MAKE A SAP OUT OF ME IF
THAT'S HIS 6AME!
■IfW J.
$immY Hurphy=
IN THB l»*IVACY
QFHWHOMe an,
HOOTBR LAUiH^A
SINISTER LAU&M'.
    

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