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IN ACTION FOR JUNE PRIMARY (Continued from page one) GoldHill H. H. Green, registrar; George A. Morgan, judge; Walter Isenhour, judge. Granite Quarry A. H. Peeler, registrar; Samuel K. Wiley, judge; V. S. Lyerly, judge. Hatter’s Shop J. L. Agner, registrar; A. L. Poole, judge; R. L. Lentz, judge. Kannapolis A. V. Sloop, registrar; Frank Perry, judge; R. E. Gobble, judge. Landis Henry E. Goodman, registrar; Frank Wright, judge; J. U. Alexander, judge. Locke Luther M. Safrit, registrar; Bur gess M. Cauble, judge; L. M. Yost, judge. Morgan No. 1 Colonel E. Morgan, registrar; Jos eph A. Miller, judge; R. B. Glover, judge Morgan JSlo. I Charles A. Campbell, registrar; J. F. Morgan, judge; Joseph Lentz, judge. Mt. Vila W. S. Barber, registrar; Harry Ly erly, judge; Tom Goodnght, judge. ' Rockwell Jeff D. Shoe, registrar; L. L. Fes perman, judge; G. W. Peeler, judge. ' Rowan Academy John L. Trexler, registrar; Henry M. Trexler, judge; C. F. Frick, judge. Scotch-lrisb Everett L. Murphy, registrar; Rob ert J. Lyerly, judge; V. L. Steele, judge. Spencer W. C. Mickle, registrar; A. T. Sweet, judge; J. Lee Armstrong, judge. Steele Samuel Baker, Jr., registrar; James R. Lyerly, judge; A. D. Lentz, judge. Sumner Luther C. Cauble, registrar; W. Henry Canup, judge; B. E. Eller, judge. Trading Ford J. B. Cornelison, registrar; Vance W. Trexler, judge; Bruce Miller, judge. Unity Harold D. Bailey, registrar; Sam uel H. Wetmore, judge; Jack Brown, judge. Yadkin E. L. Craver, registrar; H. C. Den nis, judge. East Ward, Salisbury Benton Ludwick, registrar; Paul W. Whitlock, judge; D. W. Goodson, judge. South Ward, Salisbury Edward F. Weddington, registrar; Edgar L. Heilig, judge; G. W. Bost, judge. North Ward, Salisbury Lewis Miller, registrar; Will Shup ing, judge; H. G. Fisher, judge. West Ward No. 1, Salisbury Murray Smith, registrar; U. Ray Miller, judge; B. M. Bowen, judge. West Ward No. 2, Salisbury C. Theo. Flarris, registrar; James W. Payne, judge; J. E. Kennedy, judge. This Aprl 20th, A. D. 1932. Edwin C. Gregory, chairman, Wm. C. Coughenour, Secretary, Theo. Atwell, Board of Elections Rowan County, North Carolina. -rPATTERSON ITEMS: Miss Edith Shue visited relatives in Kannapolis recently. The friends of Mr. Frank Sloop will be glad to learn that he has recovered from a slight attack of "flu.” Patterson school closed last Friday with an all-day program ending with a baseball game in the latter part of the afternoon. Mr. Charles Price of Salisbury made a short talk to the children in the morning after which a picnic dinner was served to the en joyment of everyone present. The clos ing exercises was in the afternoon. Mr. Mark Davis, student at A. S. T. C., spent last week-end at home. Miss Ruth Litaker of Mount Ulla visited at the home of her grandpa rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sloop, last week-end. Fleming School closed with an all day program last Tuesday. CLEVELAND R. 2 ITEMS Mrs. Boone Phifer had an old fash ioned quilting on last Wednesday. About 15 ladies were present. Mrs. N. S. Steele was given a sur prise birthday dinner Saturday, April 16 th. Those present were Misses Sadie, Blanche and Gladys Wilhelm, Blanche Perry, Eleanor Benson, Ruth Rogers, Mary Pence, Ruby and Hazel Johnson and Miss Brantley of Woodleaf,' Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Camp bell, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wilhelm, Mrs. Rex Fraley, Mrs. R. P. Wilhelm of Statesville and Messrs. John Wilhelm, Paul Burton and Hay wood Tyson. Mrs. Steele was 63 years old. LABOR NEWS By F. T. CORNELIUS, Secretary Salisbury-Spencer Central Labor Union "For every employee who is steady in his work, there shall be steady work. The right to regularity in employment is co-equal with the right to regular ity in the payment of rent, in the payment of interest on bonds, in the delivery to customers of the high qual ity of products contracted for. No business is successfully conducted which does not perform fully the ob ligations incident to each of these rights. Each of these obligations is equally a fixed charge. No dividend should be paid unless each of these fixed charges have been met. The re serve to ensure regularity in employ ment is as imperative as the reserve for depreciation; and it is equally a part of the fixed charges to make an nual contribution to that reserve. No business is socially solvent which can not do so.” Hedrick Commended The Central Labor Union at its last meeting after fully discussing the fi nancial statement of the City of Sal isbury, submitted to the people by ■Mayor Hedrick through the local pa pers, ordered the following letter of commendation sent to Mayor Hedrick: "The statement published in the lo cal papers giving financial informa tion as to the condition of the City of Salisbury was the recipient of much favorable comment from the member ship of the Central Labor Union. In particular was it noted that from wa ter collections alone this amount near ly offset the complete operating ex penses for the entire city. We are of the opinion that it is a most construc tive and beneficial act to keep the facts and figures before the people and that if this is done it will be an in centive for better co-operation be tween the people and the administra tion. This body therefore desires to commend you for the publication of these facts which we think is a most progressive move.” Lawrence Boosted At a special meeting held Monday evening under the auspices of the Cen tral Labor Union, the political ma chinery of labor was definitely put into action to further the candidacy af R. R. Lawrence for the Democrat ic nomination for Comlmissioner of Labor. 1 he meeting was called to order by C. H. Bringle, vice president of the Central Labor Union, who after stat ing the purpose of the meeting as be ing called to organize a county or ganization to promote the campaign of Mr. Lawrence, turned the meeting over to D. J. Butler, chairman of the Legislative Committee, who introduc ed as first speaker, Geo. W. Marshall, representative of the International as sociation of Machinist. Mr. Marshall in an able and forceful manner set forth labor’s right to fill the office of commissioner of labor and the fit ness of Mr. Lawrence for this office. Mr. Marshall was followed by Claude L. Albea, member of the Charlotte City Council, and C. P. Barringer, local attorney, and former labor offi cial, both strongly endorsing Mr. Law rence. Max L. Kahn, a prominent Char lotte merchant, was the principal speaker of the evening and who in ad dition to devoting attention to the merits of Mr. Lawrence, gave helpful information as to plans of procedure in conducting a successful campaign. After those in attendance of this large representative group had heard the messages of the various speakers it was decided to form a permanent organization and the following were placed in office: Dr. C. M. Higgins, sergeant-at-arms of the state senate, chairman; D. J. Butler, vice chairman; C. P. Barringer, secretary and treas urer, and Executive composed of F. T. Cornelius, C. H. Bringle, Roy S. Safrit, S. O. Sowers, W. G. Watson, R. R. Ray, J. L. Shaver, C. A. Fink, L. Charles and E. F. Charles was el ected, after which short talks were made by W. V. Harris, Geo. R. Uzzle, J. W. Rideoutte, E. W. G. Huffman, W. D. Kizziah, Dick Russell, Dr. Hig gins, and other visitors. Appreciates Coltrane s Co-Operation In a letter addressed to Mr. E. J. Coltrane the Central Labor Union ex pressed its appreciation of the co-op eration received from him as super intendent of the public schools. The text of the message was as follows: "The Salisbury-Spencer Central La bor Union desires to express to you its sincere appreciation for your co-ope ration with this body. In our opinion your co-operative efforts with all grups and organizations has been an important factor in the building of a school system second to none in the state and of which we are justly proud. Your acceptance of a position with the National Education Association brings us to forcibly realize that we are to lose a most competent, sincere educational leader who spared no sac rifice in order that our children may have the advantage of the best edu cational opportunities to prepare them for the battle of life.” HAYNES ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY AUDITOR Another hat was tossed into the po litical ring with the announcement of J. E. (Pat) Haynes for renomination for county auditor. Mr. Haynes is now serving his first term in this office and will be a candidate to succeed him self in the Democratic primary to be held June 4. Mr. Haynes is well known in busi ness circles, being connected with the Yadkin hotel for a number of years, and later with the Yadkin Furniture company. He was with the latter firm when he was elected to the office of auditor. The announcement of Mr. Haynes is ,*he second one for the office of county auditor. GRAHAM ANNOUNCES FOR COMMISSIONER FROM CLEVELAND TP Jim Graham, one of Rowan coun ty’s outstanding farmers, has announc ed that he will be a candidate for re nomination for County Commission er. Mr. Graham is the youngest mem ber of the present board of commis sioners and has taken an active part in the administration of the affairs of the county during his present term of office. BABIES, ATHLETES and Older Folks thrive on Osteopathy. Dr. S. O. Holland Osteopathic Physician 410 Wallace Bldg:. Phone 346 Don't forget MAY 28 th that is Poppy Day THE SMOKE SHOP Phone 9167 NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Jc HAMBURGERS 5 c 218 S. Main St. Salisbury, N. C. Let us inspect and clean your Radiator. If necessary we will repair or re-core it. Vou wouldn’t let a blacksmith fix your teeth, then why not call us when your ra diator heats or leaks? We are Radiator Spe cialists. Prepare for spring: driving:. W e sell or trade new and second-hand radiators. East Spencer Motor Co. THE CHRYSLER DEALERS Phone 1198-J East Spencer, N. C. Cooling, Refreshing, Invigorating THE SOFT DRINK THAT’S A REAL DELIGHT oc IN BOTTLES EVERYWHERE HAVE A CASE OF 24 BOTTLES DELIVER- IMMrLi ED TO YOUR HOME WBI POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Political announcements under this caption until the primary at $5 each, cash with order). FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS I hereby announce myself a candi date for register of deeds of Rowan county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held on Sat urday, June 4th, 1932. My home is in Gold Hill township My address is Rockwell, N. C., Route 1. MISS CARRIE D. ROTHROCK. FOR TRIAL JUSTICE I hereby announce myself a candi date for Trial Justice of the Rowan County Court, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held on Saturday, June 4, 1932. J. ALLAN DUNN. * FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I hereby announce myself a candi date for Representative ( Lower House) from Rowan County subject to the action of the Democratic Pri mary to be held June 4, 1932. Your support will be greatly appreciated. J. W. BEAN, _Spencer, N. C. CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself a candi date for Sheriff of Rowan county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held June 4, 1932. Pres ent incumbent. CAL L. MILLER. FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I hereby announce myself a candi date for the house of representatives of the N. C. General Assembly from Rowan county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries June 4, .1932. Your support will be appreciat ed. J. W. RIDEOUTTE. FOR STATE LEGISLATURE I hereby announce my candidacy for reelection to the State Legislature (Lower House) from Rowan County, subject to the Democratic Primary to be held on Saturday, June 4th, 1932. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated. GEORGE R. UZZELL. COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce myself a candi date for County Commissioner from China Grove Township subject to the action of the Democratic primary. I am serving my first term as commis sioner. OGATHA L. LINN. AUDITOR I am a candidate to succeed myself as Auditor of Rowan County subject to the will of the Democratic voter* in the June primary. I am serving my first term in office. J. E. (PAT) HAYNES. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ROWAN COUNTY COURT I announce myself a candidate for the office of Prosecuting Attorney of Rowan County Court, subject to the Democratic Primary, June 4, 1932. I have been affiliated with the Demo cratic party and worked for its success and ideals all my life. I have practic ed law for eight years and never held a political office. If elected I pledge myself to upholding the law with justice and fairness to everyone. Your support and vote will be very much appreciated. W. V. (Bill) HARRIS. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce myself a candi date for county commissioner of Row an County from Salisbury Township, subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary to be held on Saturday, June 4th, 1932. R. L. BERNHARDT. FOR STATE SENATOR I am a candidate for reelection to the office of State Senator from Row an County subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. Your support will be greatly appreciated. HAYDEN CLEMENT. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of Auditor for Rowan County, subject to the action of the Democratc Primary to be held on Saturday, June 4, 1932. Your vote will be greatly appreciated. S. A. (DICK) RUSSELL. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS I am a candidate to succeed myself as Register of Deeds for Rowan Coun ty, subject to the will of the Demo cratic voters in the June Primary. I am serving my first term in this of fice. Wm. D. KIZZIAH. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Commissioner of Rowan county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held on Sat urday, June 4, 1932. C. M. HENDERI.ITE. Salisbury Township. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY ROWAN COUNTY COURT I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of Prosecuting At torney of the Rowan County Court, subject to the action of the Democrat ic Primary to be held on Saturday, June 4th, 1932. Your vote and sup port will be appreciated. CHARLES PRICE. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce that I am a can didate for County Commissioner from Salisbury Township, subject to the Democratic Primary June Fourth. HARRY E. ISENHOUR. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce myself a candi date for County Commissioner of Rowan county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held on Saturday, June 4, 1932. D. M. McLEAN. CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself a candi date for Sheriff of Rowan County, subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary to be held on Saturday, June 4th, 1932. j. h. McKenzie. CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself a candi date for Sheriff of Rowan County, subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary to be held on Saturday, June 4th, 1932. J. H. KRIDER. FOR JUDGE ROWAN COUNTY COURT I am a candidate for Trial Justice (Judge) of Rowan County Court, subject to the Democratic Primary June 4, 1932. Your support will be greatly appreciated. P. S. CARLTON. FOR STATE SENATOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State Senator from Rowan county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held June fourth. I will appreciate your vote and support. E. W. G. HUFFMAN. INSURANCES SIGMON-CLARK COMPANY REAL ESTATE - RENTALS - LOANS - INSURANCE 118 West Innes St. Salisbury, N. C. Phone 2 5 6 BUNCH’S BABY CHICKS Those fine State Bloodtested Bunch Chicks now only $10.50 per hundred, delivered; less quantities 11c. WHITE AND BARRED ROCKS RHODE ISLAND REDS WHITE WYANDOTTES Fine Breeding Stock. Excellent Layers. High Producing White Leghorns $8.50. Don’t get discouraged in these times of de pression. Stay with it and reap the profits that are sure to come! BUNCH POULTRY FARM & HATCHERY STATESVILLE, N. C. A Good Battery Is The Life of Any Car REPLACE WITH A GOULD DREADNAUGHT AUTO BATTERY "The Battery With a Two Year Guarantee” 13 Plate $8>80 GOULDS COST NO MORE THAN ORDINARY BATTERIES BUT THERE IS A DIFFERENCE! SEE US TODAY | Lingle Motor Service WRECKING SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Battery Specialists S. MAIN ST. SALISBURY, N. C. PHONE 1517 POULTRY PRICES We are paying following prices this week: HEAVY BREED HENS_ 13c lb. LIGHT BREED HENS_ 10c lb. | BROILERS (as to size) 15c-20clb. ROOSTERS _ 6c lb. DUCKS_10c lb. SALISBURY PRODUCE CO. PHONE 73 8 121 West Fisher St. Salisbury, N. C. i §1 | Quality Merchandise | % » | WE BELIEVE that the quality of the merchan- | | dise we sell is quite as important as any other | js detail of our service. It is as much a part of our | | duty to buy wisely as it is to serve efficiently. I | For this reason, we refuse to handle caskets | § or other merchandise made by any except re- 1 | sponsible, well-established manufacturers. We | jaj have a reputation to maintain, and we deal only g | ,with firms which have the same incentive to I I honest workmanship and fair dealing. | I GEO. C. PEELER] 1 Funeral Home i ft 8 ;o: I PHONE 108 DAY OR NIGHT 1 | 318 South Main St. Salisbury, N. C. |