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TAX NOTICES CONT.
Gray, J. L., 1 lot Spencer-8.11
Green. H. L., 1 lot Salisbury Avenue .... 12.93
Griffin, W. M. & G. W., 1 lot Alexander
Street - -14
Grossman, J. H., 1 lot Iredell Avenue — 22.57
Grubb, Emma F. Mrs., 6 lots Salisbury
Avenue ------1425
(trubb, H. S., 1 lot Spencer- 1'.14
Grubb, H. W., 1 lot Salisbury Avenue- 19.46
Hackney, D. A.. 1 lot Carolina Avenue 12.77
Hail. T. A. Mrs., 1 lot Second Street— 1.14
Hall, C. E. Est.. 8 lots-3.42
Harper, Paul, 2 lots National Highway 2.30
Harris, J. N., 1 lot Salisbury Avenue — 6.89
Harris, Lottie Mrs., 2 lots Jordan Ave. 6.56
Hedrick, J. W., 2 lots Whitehead Ave. 1.14
Henderson, John S. Est., 128 acres, 16
lots 6th Street-68.54
Henderson, Mary F., 71 lots ---42.75
Hendrix, J. U., 2 lots Spencer-6.24
Hennessee, W. E., 2 lots Yadkin Avenue 20.8J
Henry, Marshall J.. 1 lot 5th Street— 2.57
Hester, W. M. Mrs., 1 lot Salisbury
Avenue —- 4.28
Hill. H. H.. 8 lots 9th Street, 8 lots
10th Street - 15.75
Hippert, W. E., 2 lots 7th Street-18.84
Holt, W. J., 2 lots Salisbury Avenue 4.56
Honbarrier, J. L., 10 lots Newton Hgts.,
5 lots Harrison Street-■- 10.88
Honeycutt, A. N. & D. W. Earnhardt.
2 lots Salisbury Avenue, 1 lot Fifth
Street - 16.58
‘ Hooper, R. R., 1 lot National Highway 7.64
Hooper, T. S., 1 lot 7th Street- 4.86
Hopkins, H. L., 4 lots Alexander Street .57
Hoskins, Daniel & Katherine, 1 lot
lotn arreei -
Hunt, H. L., 3 lots Alexander Avenue .57
Hutchins, J. A., 1 lot 3rd Street, 1 lot
Carolina Avenue, Bal--24.01
Isenhour, G. W., 4 lots Charles &
Oakdale Heights - 9.6t
Isenhour, Lottie A. Mrs., 1 lot 5th St. 25.25
Jaekson, C. R., 3 lots 7th & 8th Sts 13.77
Jackson, M. L., 8 lots Spencer - 6.84
Jarrett Luther D., 1 lot Salisbury Ave.,
1 lot Earnhardt Avenue, Bal.. 6.40
Jarvis, C. E., 2 lots Yadkin Avenue. 20.98
Johnson, T. E., 18 lots Lee Street, 5
lots Salisbury Avenue, 5 lots Rowan
Avenue, 10 lots Spencer, Bal.-96.68
Kennedy, Mary E., 1 lot - 1.14
Kester, Frances Mrs., 1 lot 3rd Street 23.92
Kinsey, H. C., 4 lots Spencer - .57
Kiser, R. G. Mrs., 1 lot Spencer_14.82
Kluttz, C. W., 1 lot Spencer - 1.14
Kluttz, G. T., 1 lot 2nd Street __ 15.19
Koontz, W. H., 1 lot 3rd Street, 8 lots
Lively Street _ 10.00
Krider, Anna Mrs., 1 lot Salisbury
Avenue _ 16.99
Lassiter, T. H., 1 lot Meadow Street _ 6.62
Lentz, J. A., 1 lot Hudson Street - 16.91
Letheo, Fannie Mrs., 1 lot Spencer _ 7.44
Little, A. J., 2 lots Salisbury Avenue,
1 lot Hudson Street _ 22.99
Loflin, W. A., 1 lot Jordan Street- .86
Lomax, I. W., 1 lot Eighth Street, Bal. 13.19
Lowder, W. C, 1 lot 7th Street _ 16.84
MeClaney, E. L., 1 lot Spencer- .57
McCombs, C. H. A., 1 lot_11.46
McCormick, Anna Mrs., 1 lot Salisbury
Avenue _18.78
McCubbins, F. N., 1 lot Salisbury Ave. 4.28
McDaniel, John A., 1 lot Carolina Ave. 14.65
McKinney, W. B., 1 lot 4th Street, 1
lot Yadkin Avenue, 1 lot Rowan Ave
nue, 3 lots Spencer Avenue, 1 lot
oaiiBoury Avenue _00.00
Mahaley, R. Lee, 2 lots Hudson Street 19.38
Mahaley, W. J., 1 lot Salisbury Avenue 17.89
Mask. Marshall M., 1 lot 3rd Street-_17.39
Maupin, J. M., 21 lots Yadkin Avenue. 6.98
Maupin, J. M. Tr., 5 lots Yadkin Ave. 5.70
Maupin, W. C. Mrs., 1 lot Spencer
Avenue_ 6.27
Mayfield, J. C., 3 lots Salisbury Ave. - 10.26
Michael, Lelia T., 3 lots Spencer_ 2.9$
Miller, J. F., 2 lots Alexander_ .29
Moore, N. D., 1 lot Spencer _ 10.48
Moore, Virgil Mrs., 2 lots National
Highway_ 9.58
Morgan, J. H, 1 lot Yadkin Avenue_12.94
Nalls, J. N., 2 lots Yadkin Avenue _ 19.44
Nash, A. L. 1 lot Oakdale Heights .71
Neill, T. C., 1 lot Yadkin Avenue _ 14.79
Neister, W. P., 1 lot Rowan Avenue __ 18.62
Noah, A. C., 2 lots 3rd Street _16.92
Norman, C. J. Mrs., 1 lot Salisbury _ 4.28
Norris, Percy P., 1 lot Meadow Street,
4 lots Whitehead Avenue _ 13.53
Overman, E. R., 1 lot on Highway, 7
lots Spencer _29.21
Palmer, G. A., 1 lot Iredell Avenue_22.64
Peeler, Jim M., 1 lot 6th Street _ 23.21
Perkins, L. D., 1 lot 4th Street _22.10
Perkinson, J. W. Est., 1 lot 4th Street 21.54
Pickier, A. F., 1 lot Carolina Avenue,
1 lot Rowan Avenue _ 23.31
Pickier, John A., 1 lot Meadow Street,
8 lots 9th Street_13.99
Plyler, D. W., 1 lot Spencer ___26.08
Poe, W. B., 1 lot 4th Street, Bal.. 7.65
Prettyman, J. R. Mrs., 1 lot Iredell Ave. 17.44
Price, Mary R., 23 lots Spencer _ 3.28
Rankin, Annie K., 1 lot Newton Hgts. 1.14
Rendleman, John L., 20 lots Spencer _33.49
Rice, M., 2 lots adkin Avenue_ 1.14
Rice, E. W., 1 lot Fifth Street _ .80
Robertson, C. E., 1 lot Spencer _ .57
Roseman, E. J., 5 lots Spencer_ 6.70
Roseman, T. J., 1 lot 4th Street _ 26.80
Roushe, Fannie Miss ft Mrs. E. E.
Lewis, Z lots Jordan Street _ 1.71
Rufty, J. C., 2 lots Harrison Street_7.76
Sharpe, J. T., 1 lot 3rd Street_12.73
Shelton, H. T. ft Wife, 1 lot Spencer _ 13.40
Shoaf, G. C., 1 lot Earnhardt Street _ 1.91
Siceloff, J. A. Est., 3 lots Salisbury
Avenue, 1 lot 11th Street, 10 1-2 acres 39.73
Simpson, Robt. L., 4 lots Hudson St. 2.28
Smith, Charles, 1 lot Miller’s Ferry Rd. 1.14
Smith, Lena M. MrB., 6 lots Mary Street,
5 lots Grant Street, 2 lots Lively St.
6 lots 3rd Street, Bal._18.64
Smithey, L. R. ft T. B., 132 feet
Spencer _ 8.01
Snider, Annie B. Mrs., 1 lot Hunter St. .71
Snider, A. L., 1 lot Hunter Street_8.56
Snider, J. B„ 1 lot Hunter Street 6.27
Stanback, W. J., 1 lot 6th Street_8.08
Stedman. J. B. ft Wife. 1 lot 4th Street .8.48
Stedman. J. M. Est., 1 lot 9th Street — 8.05
Summers, Phebe Mrs., 1 lot 5th Street 22.61
Tankerslay, M. A., 2 lots Salisbury Ave. 6.84
Tate, C. E., 1 lot Carolina Avenue_17.16
Taylor. J. H., 2 lots Earnhardt Street 1.43
Taylor, R. L., 13 lots 11th Street, 1 lot
Depot Street ____ 8.65
Thomas, J. L. Jr., 1 lot 4th Street_6.69
Thompson, Cornelia, 1 lot Spencer_ 1.14
Thompson, F. L., 1 lot Grant Street _ 2.43
Thompson, T. M. Mrs., 1 lot Highway _ 4.28
Tippett, C. M., 1 lot Fourth Street_14.66
Towson, W. V., 1 lot Yadkin Avenue _ 17.69
Tucker E. P., 1 lot Rowan Avenue, 1
lot Spencer- -23.60
Vail, R. E.. 2 lots Seventh Street _ 21.89
Vanderford, Mary E. Mrs. Est.. 4 lots
Newton Street_ 4.5*
Vanderford, T. H., 78 lots Yadkin Hgts.,
2 lots Salisbury Avenue _ 83.60
Varner. C. L., 2 lots Rowan Avenue _ 1.48
Wagoner, E. W., 2 lots Fifth Street _ 8.65
Wagoner, J. M., 1 lot Whitehead St.,
1 lot Fifth Street_ 1.14
Wallace, J. V„ 1 lot Fifth Street_86.60
Ward, P. W., 8 lots Third Street. 16 lots
Second Street. 6 lots First Street, 6
Spencer-66.1T
Watson, Gaither A., 5 lots Second St... 2,14
Weathedford, W. T., 2 lots Seeond St. 22.29
White, Charles P., 2 lots Whitehead St. 1.14
Williams. C. E.. 6 lots Eighth Street,
1 lot Ninth Street--14.46
Williams, H. S., 2 lots Meadow Street.. 12.86
Williams, J. F., 1 lot Third Street_6.78
Willie, M. C.. 1 lot Rowan Avenue — 2.85
Wilson, C. O., 2 lots Third Street-14.48
Wilson, J. H, 1 lot Earnhardt Street — 16.64
Wolfe, R. L., 1 lot Salisbury Avenue,
3 lots Rowan Avenue-28.48
Woodford W. H., 1 lot Fifth Street _ 12.06
Wright, George W., 1 lot Yadkin Ave. 2.86
Wright, Mamie Mrs., 2 lots Salisbury
.Avenue, 1 lot Millers Ferry Road-6.70
Wright, R. D., 1 lot Salisbury Avenue.. 18.60
Wyatt, A. G., 2 lots Seventh Street,
2 lots Eighth Street - 18.26
Wyatt,^J. L., 4 los Cain Street, 4 lots
Henderson Street - 18.50
Yarborough, J. T., 4 lots First Street,
4 lots on old Highway - 17.40
Yarborough, Mary Mrs. (Lindsay T. Yar
borough Est.) 10 lots First Street, 4
Its on Old Highway - 14.06
Young, A. P. & Wife. 1 lot on Spencer
Avenue _ 12.56
Young, C. L. Mrs., 1 lot 7th Street - 10.85
Young, Hugh L., 1-2 lot Hudson St.- 13.44
Young, W. P., 1 lot Yadkin Avenue-17.10
corporations
Arey Brick & Lumber Co., 1 lot Oak
wood Avenue -—- 2.85
Atlantic Mortgage Co., 1 lot Fifth St— 10.69
Boone Bock Bottling Co., 1 lot Salis
bury Avenue -:---29.89
Central Investment Corp., 1 lot Salis
bury Avenue -.-19.08
Central Investment Inc. 1 lot Fifth
Street ------- 14.07
Central Insurance Co. 2 lots Yadkin
Avenue - 7.98
Crescent Motor Co. 1 lot Salisbury
Avenue - 40.88
Farmers Bank & Trust Co. 3 lots
Salisbury Avenue- 8.56
N. C. Bank & Trust Co. 27 lots
Spencer, Bal. ...- 65.66
Peauodk Holman Co.. 1 lot Salisbury
Avenue -- 50.78
Sanford Motor Co., 1 lot Third Street .. 5.99
Southern Oil Co. of N. C., 1 lot
Spenuer _ 28.87
Southern Real Estate Co., 1 lot Spencer 19.44
Vogler's Filling Station, 1 lot Spencer .86
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. Gdn. for
Mrs. R. V. Brawley Est. & Mrs. Bur
ton Cr^ige, 1 1-4 acres Spencer. 4 lots
Main Street, 26 lots Yadkin Avenue,
17 lots Rowan Avenue, 3 acres ..— 44.82
Younce, J. E. & B. H. Isenhour, & H.
L. Arey, 20 lots Spencer - 11.90
' Colored
Cunningham, Lula, 3 acres Lincolnton
Avenue - 3.42
Gill, Amos, 2 lots Third Street - 6.88
Gill, Purvis, 7.9 acres Third Street - 13.62
Haden, Pearly, 1 lot Lincoln .. 3.25
Hannah, Blanche Dorsett, 2 lots Third
Street - -57
Headen, Harold, 1 lot Spencer.. 6.29
Henderson, Henry, 1 lot Third Street—. 6.47
Herndon, Jim, 2 lots Third Street - 5.45
Holmes Early, 4 lots Lincolnton Avenue 6.59
Hoover, Pink, 4 lots Meroney Street, 1
lot Third Street - 6.22
Mitchell, Amos, 2 lots Lincoln, 4 lots
Third _ 5.88
fleece, Ed., 4 lincolnton Avenue, 4
Meroney Avenue -.--— 5.49
Siler, June, 1 acre Third Street ..— 3.84
rillman, Ed., 8 lots Third Street, 2 lots
Spencer - 8.95
Steele Township
White
Bame, J. R., 1 acre - 63.59
Barber, W. P. Mrs., 179 acres- 62.(>7
Barger, C. A., 252.1-4 acres --23.78
Beaver, C. L., 211 1-2 acres -140.84
Beaver, C. L. Mrs., 218 acres -147.95
Broady. Josephene, 30 acres - 5.13
Cline, F. C., 54 3-4 acres _43.92
Corriher, G. W. Est., 225 acres -64.98
Cress, C. H., 182 acres -101.77
Goodnight, J. C., 25 1-2 acres - 13.65
Coodnight, M. A., 103 acres - 33.05
Coodnight, M. B., 75 acres - 9.98
Craham. J. S., 117 1-2 acres, Bal.— 10.24
Craham, J. S. Mrs., 13 acres - 1.80
Hall, C. W., 233 acres _162.77
Hall N. F., 283 acres - 93.49
Harris, J. A., 33 acres - 9.84
Hilderbrand, J. A.. 244 acres - 90.29
Hoffner, M. L., 113 acres _ 96.38
Honeycutt, D. B., 95 acres - 38.97
Honeycutt, W. A., 63 1-2 acres - 20.27
Houston, J. N., 43 acres - 13.25
Huffman, D. R.. 169 3-4 acres - 75.09
Kistler. J. L., 35 1-2 acres - 16.46
Kluttz, Calvin. 125 acres - 72.81
Kluttz, J. C., 90 acres, Bal__ 27.90
Krider, John B., 70 acres -16.11
Lentz, S. J., 86 acres - 30.66
Nail, O. W., 85 acres _1~ 29.92
Rex, C. G., 48.6 acres - 17.53
Rex, G. C., 73 acres . 26.45
Rex. G. W., 19 1-2 acres *- 6.20
Rex, J. Y.. 86 acres - 12.09
Rice. J. R., 44 acres -—- 13.99
Mhite, C. C.. 72 1-2 acres - 35.26
White, J. L., 60 acres - 29.92
Wright. O. A., 227 acres - 71.86
Colored
Alexander, Alice, 22 acres - 14.22
Alexander, Beatrice, 8 acres - 2.33
Brown, W. C., 30 1-2 acres - 14.10
Cowan, Abner, 8 acres - 2.64
Cowan, George, 6 acres - 2.11
Cowan, Humphrey, 19.1 acres - 4.64
Cowan, Luther, 8 acres - 2.42
Bills, Mose, 38 aeres - 11.46
Ferrons, Alle, 80 acres - 12.10
Goodman, Stokes, 19 acres _ 12.87
Graham, B. A., 81 acres _10.47
Graham, Ernest, 30 2-8 acres _ 7.37
Harris, Mary, 6 acres_ .1.93
Litoker, Leon, 12 1-2 aeres _ 8.65
Litaker, T. A., 61 acres -19.21
Loeke, Lula Mrs., 53 1-2 acres _ 14.88
MeKee, Cloud, 30 1-2 acres _ 15.47
Miller, W. R., 122 1-2 acres _33.38
Mitchell, Elizabeth, 7 acres _ 2.73
Mitchell, John, 94 acres _42.58
Bradshaw, Hattie N., 19 1-2 acres _ 5.00
Newsome, I. N., 66 acres _ 14.80
rhompson, Henry, 24 1-2 acres_6.87
Unity Township
White
Barber, J. C. (Mrs. W. P. Barber). 68
acres - 81.47
Benson. C. J., 217 aeres_ 66.56
Benson, E. W., 87 1-2 acres _r_38.59
Bost. M. L., 48 2-3 acres, Bal._11.21
Bringle. J. H., 1 1-2 acres_ 1.39
Brown, L. R., 23 aeres _ 3.66
Cauble, W. F.. 100.4 acres _89.51
□handler. J. G., 30 1-2 acres ___12.06
Correll, F. E., 43 acres _39.27
Fink, G. R., 103 acres _44.13
Foster, E. L.. 12 3-4 acres _145.70
Fraley, W. T., 4.2 acres _29.81
Freeze, G. A„ 165 acres _66,20
Harris, Carrie Mrs., 60 acres _42.41
Hart, S. A., L. M. Hart Gdn., 41 acres
Bal. - 5,88
rones, B. L„ 1 lot___ 1.39
rones, J. C. Mrs.. 2 acres _ 1.39
lennerly, T. Gray, 43 acres_106.17
iincaid, T. Scott, 18 acres _ 6.75
McDaniels, Robert, 304 acres_78.60
Martelle, Joe, 2 1-2 acres - 10.60
Mingus, J. H., 176 acres —--£9.29
Mitcrell, T. F. & Wife, 20 2-3 acres _ 16.38
Morgan, J. N., 41 1-2 acres- 28.04 J
Murph, D. B., 135 1-2 acres -38.90
Owens Walter, 1 lot ----20.28
Parks, A. W., 1 lot __10.07
Pickett, Brothers, 209 acres-70.78
Pope, D. D., 88 1-2 acres -57.73
Pope, G. H., 45 acres-*- 38.86,
Roseman, E. J., 239 acres-142.73
Seamone, R. M., 21 acres - 30.13
Shaver, Katherine Mrs., 75 acres -24.18
Swicegood, H. L., Agt. for America
Swicegood, 205 acres -88.27
Wagner, E. C., 107 acres-13.91
Weisner, C. H., 42.2 acres - 22.56
Wilson, J. H,, 21 acres - 25.99
Colored
Allison, Pink, 2 acres - 4.37
Bringle, Thomas, 1 1-2 acres - 1.39
Brooks, E. D., 6.9 acres - 6.32
Chambers R. C., 5 3-4 acres - 2.76
Clemmons, J., 10 acres - 1.84
Ferrons, L. W., 1 lot - 2.55
Fleming. W. P., 46 acres _ 19.20
Johnson, Floyd. 31 1-3 acres —-- 7.86
McDowell, D. W.. 3 acres - 5.68
Mayberry. Phyliss, 48 3-4 acres - 13.31
Murray, Frank, 25 acres - 12.65
Neely, John, 21 acres - 14.53
Oakley, G. A., 21 1-2 acres - 12.96
Peck, Clarence, 3 1-2 acres -.-. 3.76
Williams, F. W., & Emma Morgan,
12 1-2 acres _ 46.37
Wood, Watt, 2 acres - 10.20
4 lots Meroney Street
54 DEMOCRATS,
26 REPUBLICANS
FILE AT RALEIGH
{Continued from page one)
Republican—C. R. Brady, Conover.
Auditor
Democratic—Baxter Durham, Ral
eigh; Chester O. Bell, Raleigh; Geo.
H. Adams, Charlotte.
Republican—S. S. Jennings, Lenoir.
Treasurer
Democratic—John P. Stedman, Ral
eigh.
Republican—P. H. Gwynn, Leaks
ville.
Supt. of Public Instruction
Democratic—A. T. Allen, Raleigh.
Republican—Charles H. Gowles,
Wilkesboro.
Attorney General
Democratic—Dennis G. Brummitt,
Raleigh; Peyton McSwain, Shelby.
Republican—H. S. Williams, Con
cord.
Commissioner of Agriculture
Democratic—William A. Graham,
Lincolnton.
Republican—John L. Phelps, Cres
well.
Commissioner of Labor
Democratic—Clarence E. Mitchell,
Raleigh; A. L. Fletcher, Raleigh; John
D. Morton, Whittier; W. Henry Da
vis, Mocksville; R. R. Lawrence,
Winston-Salem; B. Fritz Smith, New
Bern.
Republican—A. I. Ferree, Asheboro.
Corporation Commissioner
Democratic — Stanley Winborne,
Raleigh; E. C. Macon, Asheville.
Republican—Virge McClure, Can
ton- t.
Insurance Commissioner
Democratic—Dan C. Boney, Ral
eigh; D. W. Morton, Beaufort.
Republican—W. H. Grogan, Jr.,
Brevard.
JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURT
AND SOLICITORS
(12th District)
Judge of Superior Court
Democratic—H. Hoyle Sink, of
Lexington.
Republican—James MacClamrock,
Jr., of Greensboro.
Solicitor
Democratic—H. L. Koontz, Greens
boro; Gaston A. Johnson, High Point.
Republican—A. Stacey Gifford,'
Greensboro.
EXPERT TO LECTURE ON SHOW
WINDOWS
"Making Store Buyers Out of Win
dow Shoppers” will be the topic of an
address by Charles Adams, Merchan
dising expert of the Westinghouse
Lamp Company in the Community
Building Auditorium at Salisbury, N.
C., on Tuesday, May 17th, at 8:00
P. M.
Mr. Adams’ talk, sponsored by the
Salisbury-Spencer Merchant’s Associa
tion and the Chamber of Commerce,
will be illustrated by lantern slides and
deal with modern methods of window
display and store arrangement. It is
purely educational in its scope and
will prove to be of vital interest to
merchants and their employees.
The Merchant’s Association and the
Chamber of Commerce extend a cor
dial invitation to merchants of Salis
bury, Spencer and nearby towns to
attend the meeting and bring their
employees interested in merchandising.
There will be no charge, of course.
OPENS STORE AND MARKET
E. E. Cruse, formerly with Her
rington’s market, has opened a new
store and market at 731 South Jack
son street. The new concern will deal
in fresh meats, sea foods and country
produce. Fast delivery service to all
parts of the city will be a feature of
the new business.
The opening will be held Saturday,
May 14, and all attending will be
given souvenirs.
Buy a poppy on May 2 8
LABOR NEWS
By
F. T. CORNELIUS, Secretary
Salitbury-Spencer Central Labor Union
The record of wage earners dur
ing this depression is open testimony
to their character and dependability.
They may take the lead in establish
ing the practice of sharing work.
This practice means a financial sacri
fice for all who had jobs. Organized
wage-earners have provided various
types of relief for fellow craftsmen
—unemployment benefits, loans, re
lief, household supplies, protection of
investments, etc. This relief was of
a nature that lifted it above the level
of charity, it was mutual relief and
aid.
As depression continued and deep
ened, wage earners continued to ac
cept each new catastrophe as a prob
lem to be met as constructively as
possible. We have contested policies
and worked against unwise proposals
but all the while putting our support
behind national institutions and prac
tical ideals.
Labor broadcasts
The ^following is the program for
May 15th, to May 29th of the radio
addresses on “American Labor and the
Nation” given under the auspices of
the National Advisory Council on
Radio in Education, with the co-op
eration of the American Federation of
Labor and the Workers Education bu
reau of America.
May 15 th. How Modern Industry,
Came to America. John P. Frey, Sec
retary-Treasurer, Metal Trades De
partment, American Federation of La
bor. May 22nd. The Role of Labor in
American History. Thomas Kennedy,
Secretary-Treasurer, United Mine
Workers of America.
May 29 th. A Hundred Years of the
Labor Movement. Thomas E. Burke,
Secretary-Treasurer, United Associa
tion of Journeymen Plumbers and
Steam Fitters of the United States and
Canada.
The addresses will be broadcast over
a nation network of the Columbia
Broadcasting System on Sundays from
12 o’clock noon, to 12:30 P. M. East
ern Standard time.
Full Speed Ahead
The local "Lawrence for Commis
sioner of Labor Club” under the lead
ership of Dr. C. H. Higgins has es
tablished an enviable record. The
well formulated plans that have been
so successful in bringing about most
desirable results has been the recipient
of much favorable comment from all
sections of the state.
Greatly encouraged by the unusual
success of our local "Lawrence for
Commissioner of Labor Club” many
other localities are forming similar
organizations and the present indica
tions are that through the efforts of
these organization Labor’s right to fill
the office of commissioner of labor
will be so established that all oppo
sition will be eliminated. Other offic
ers of this local club are as follows:
D. J. Butler, vice chairman, C. P.
Barringer, secretary and an executive
board composed of Mrs. E. C. Greg
ory, Mrs. Lyman Cotton, Dr. C. M.
Higgins, C. P. Barringer, D. J. But
ler, F. T. Cornelius, Roy S. Safrit,
W. Guy Watson, J. L. Shaver, S. O.
Sowers, R. R. Ray, C. A. Fink, L. A.
Charles and E. F. Charles.
Coltrane To Speak
E. J. Coltrane, Superintendent of
the Salisbury public schools has ac
cepted an invitation to speak to the
delegates of the Central Labor Union
Monday evening, May 23, at 8:00 P.
M., at the Central Labor Union Hall,
East Fisher street.
Mr. Coltrane has previously appear
ed before the Central Labor Union and
his ability to present facts, vital to
the interest of the children of the
wage-earners is well known to this
group and has been one of the im
portant factors in building a most co
operative spirit between the workers
i»nd educational activities.
It is expected that a full delega
tion wil be present and invitations are
being extended to representatives of
the Big Four Brotherhoods to also be
present to hear Mr. Coltrane.
Who’s Responsible
I have asked the following promi
nent men in America this question:
"What group has been more respon
sible for this financial mess, the farm
ers? Labor? Manufacturers? Trades
men, or Who?” and every man, Henry
Ford, Garner, Newt Baker, Borah,
Curtis and a real financier, Barney
Baruch, and every one of em without
a momen’ts hesitation said: "Why the
big bankers.” Yet they have the hon
or of being the first group to go on
the "dole” in America.
Will Rogers
Washington Star February 25th, 1932.
Buy a poppy on May 2 8
WINS DUKE SCHOLARSHIP
Karl Z. Morgan, of this city, is a
recipient of a 1932-33 physic scholar
ship at the Duke University.
The scholarship granted to Mr.
Morgan is valued at $400.
WEEK-END GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Odle, of Spar
tanburg, S. C., were guests of Mr.
Moses Cline, of Salisbury, route 4,
the past week-end.
Mr. Odle was in charge of the re
cruiting station in Salisbury until his
transfer to Spartanburg some weeks
ago.
"A CAPELLA CHOIR” TO
APPEAR HERE
The "A Capella Choir” of the High
Point college in High Point will ap
pear here at the First Baptist church
Sunday night at 8 o’clock.
The A Capella choir is composed of
singers from the High Point college
and from the city of High Point. The
choir is directed by Prof. E. B. Stimp
son.
A free will offering will be taken
at the close of the service to pay the
travelling expenses of the choir. The
public is invited to attend.
Buy a poppy on May 28
POLITICAL
ANNOUNCEMENTS
(Political announcements under this
caption until the primary at $5 each,
cash with order).
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
I announce myself a candidate for
the Lower House of Representatives,
subject to the will and action of the
Democratic voters in the June 4th
primary. Your vote and support will
be sincerely appreciated.
KENT UMBERGER.
FOR CORONER
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Coroner, subject to the Repub
lican primaries to be held June 4th.
Your suport will be appreciated.
DR. J. V. MADURAS.
FOR SENATE
To the Democratic Voters of Rowan
County.
I take this method of announcing
my candidacy for the State Senate
from Rowan county, and solicit your
suport, and vote in the forthcoming
primary to be held Saturday, June
4th, 1932.
I will not be in a position to make
a personal campaign, or to call on my
friends throughout the county in my
behalf, but want to assure everyone
who may vote for me, or support me
in any way, same will be highly ap
preciated by me. If nominated and
elected, I shall endeavor to represent
what I believe to be to the best inter
est of the entire citizenship.
Respectfully,
T. D. BROWN.
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 candi
date for re-election for county com
missioner, subject to the action and
will of the voters in the Democratic
primary.
Your vote and support is earnestly
solicited. T. M. BYRD.
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.
TUK. 1 K1AL 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 wilj 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 votera
in the June primary. I aim 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 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. HENDERLITE.
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
lidate 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
late for County Commissioner of
Iowan county, subject to the action
>f the Democratic primary to be held
>n 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
c primary to be held on Saturday,
[une 4th, 1932.
j. h. McKenzie.
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for Sheriff of Rowan County,
lubject to the action of the Democrat
c primary to be held on Saturday,
fune 4th, 1932.
J. H. KRIDER.
FOR JUDGE ROWAN COUNTY
COURT
I am a candidate for Trial Justice
(Judge) of Rowan County Court,
iubject to the Democratic Primary
fune 4, 1932. Your support will be
greatly appreciated.
P. S. CARLTON.
FOR STATE SENATOR
I hereby announce my candidacy
:6r the office of State Senator from
Iowan county, subject to the action of
he Democratic primary to be held
fune fourth. I will appreciate your
rote and support.
E. W. G. HUFFMAN.

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