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REQUIREMENTS OF
ELECTION LAW OF
STATE ARE CITED
Claim Party Would Have
To Present Petition Con
taining More Than 60,
000 Names.
There is little possibility that the
names of a set of electors of the na
tional prohibition party will appear
upon the North Carolina official bal
lot in November although there has
been some discussion indicating that
an attempt might be made to have the
names included.
In order for a group of electors
pledged to former Congressman Wil
liam D. Upshaw of Atlanta, the pro
hibition party’s candidate for presi
dent, to have their names listed on
the ballot, they must secure a peti
tion. asking for the inclusion of the
electors and containing a list of names
|gualling 10 per cent of the total vote
r' st for governor in the last elections,
was explained.
> It would require 62,000 names to
have the ballots printed to include
electors for any candidates other than
the democratic and republican candi
dates.
Press dispatches trom Kaleigh said
that Judge J. Crawford Biggs, chair
marv of the state board of election#,,
had asked Attorney General Dennis
G. Brummitt to rule on the question
qf procedure to be followed in plac
ing candidates on the ballot. Already,
it was explained from Raleigh, re
quests have come from both prohi
bitionist and socialist party followers
for information concerning the course
to follow in having the names of their
candidates placed on the ballot.
It was explained in the Raleigh dis
patch that 10 per cent of the qualified
voters must sign such a petition and
that on the basis of present registra
ions, that would mean 65,200 names.
They tell us that today’s dollar is
worth forty percent more for every
thing than in 1929. Yes, everything
but taxes.
Rowan Printing Co.
Authorized Dealer
UNDERWOOD
TYPEWRITERS
SUNDSTRAND
ADDING MACHINES

ONE DOLLAR
PER WEEK
will buy the New Port
able Underwood. Ask
for demonstration.
Expert repair work by
factory trained me
chanic on any make
adding machine or
typewriter.
CALL ... 532
for service or
demonstration
ROWAN
Printing Co.
126 North Main Street
SALISBURY, N. C.
ROWAN COUNTY
PUBLIC MARKET
Prices prevailing at the Rowan pub
lic market were as follows:
Buttermilk, gallon _ 20c
Butter, pound _ 30c
Cottage cheese, pint _ 10c
Cream, pint ___ 2Sc
Eggs, dozen . 18c
Fryers, alive, pound _ 18c
Hens, alive, pound _ ISc
Hens, dressed, pound _ 18c
Cured ham, pound _ 23c
Sidemeat, pound_ l$c
Shoulder, pound _ fSc
Pudding mush, pound _ 10c
Molasses, gallon ___:_ 50c
Walnuts, pound _ Sc
Honey, pound _ ISc
Corn meal, pound _ 2 c
Grapes, quart _ Sc
Dry beans, quart _ 10c
Butter beans, quart _ ISc
Cabbage, pound _ Sc
Carrots, bunch _,_ Sc
Collards, bunch .. 7 l-2c
Dry onions, pound_ Sc
Irish potatoes, pound __ 2c to 2 l-2c
Sweet potatoes, pound __ 2 l-2c
Spinach, pound —_ 10c
Turnips, bunch . Sc
Snap beans, pound _ Sc
Beets, bunch_ Sc
Cucumbers, pound _ Sc
English peas, quart _ Sc
Cantaloupes, each __ Sc
Watermelons, each _ 10c to 30c
Tomatoes, 3 pounds __ 10c
Apples, peck -... 2Sc
Peaches, peck __ 20c to 30c
Pears, peck _:_ 2Sc
Corn, dozen _ 18c
Okra, pound _ 8c
Squash, pound _ 30c
Peanuts, quart _ Sc
Vinegar, gallon __ 3 Sc
Field peas, quart . 10c
Gr.een butter beans, quart _ ISc
Kidney beans, quart _ 20c
White peas, green, quart .. 18c
DAN-DEE ICE
CREAM CO. GOING
FULL BLAST
******* ' 'f ■***-« ; ^r<- •ry- »4. 1
The Dan-Dee ice cream plant, lo
cated at 839 South Main street is now
operating at full capacity of 500 hun
dred gallons of ice cream daily.
The plant is under the management
of H. T. Ott, formerly of Spartan
burg, S. C. Mr. Ott has had consider
able experience in the manufacture of
ice cream having been engaged in this
work before coming to Salisbury.
The local plant has in its employ
approximately 20 persons, who are en
gaged in the manufacture and distri
bution of ice cream.
Dan-Dee ice cream is made from the
purest of sweet cream. The local man
ager is co-operating with the farmers
of the county and is purchasing the
supply of milk and cream in this vi
cinity. _,
That plant is selling to several large
wholesale concerns who are handling
Dan-Dee products exclusively.
Dan Nicholas, of Salisbury, is sole
owner of the concern.
During the past it has been custo
mary for the concern to have its own
band appear in Salisbury and give pub
lic concerts. The Dan-Dee ice cream
band will appear in Salisbury for an
open air concert at an early date.
TUNA FISH FOUND /
INSIDE BIG SHARK
Bagnara, Itlay—Finding a 236
pound tuna fish inside a shark,
weighing 1,720 pounds, is the latest
tall story making the rounds of this
fishing port.
It is being told in the various
waterfront cafe by Antonio Mel
luso, Giuseppe Ilanni and Francesco,
local fishermen, who have a repu
tation for veracity.
Bad Taste in Mouth,
Sour Stomach
For quick relief from constipation
troubles, such as are mentioned
below, get a 25-cent package of
Thedford’s BLACK-DRAUGHT
and begin taking it today.
“I have suffered a great deal
from biliousness and constipa
tion,” writes Mrs. D. C. Jones, of
Waterloo, Ala. "When I get bili
ous I have a bad taste in my
mouth, have sour stomach, my
color is bad, and I get dizzy and
feel awfully bad. I have head
ache constantly. When I take
Black-Draught it relieves me and
I feel like a new person. I don’t
think there is a better medicine
than Black-Draught.”
Now you can get Black-Draught in
the form of a SYRUP, for Childeen.
LEGION TO
INSTALL BEARD
OCTOBER 20TH
Ceremonies Inducting
New State Commander
Will Take Place At Sal
isbury With Elaborate
Program.
Bryce P. Beard, of Salisbury, new
ly elected state commander of the
American Legion, who was ’unani
mously elected at the state convention
at Asheville the first of the week af
ter Fred Myrick of Greensboro with
drew and asked that Mr. Beard’s elec
tion be made unanimous, will be in
stalled at exercises at Salisbury Octo
ber 20, he said last night.
Mr. Beard went from Asheville to
Blowing Rock, and it was from the
mountain resort that he announced
the date of his scheduled installation.
It will follow the national convention
of the American Legion at Portland,
Oregon, which will be held September
16-19.
The installation of the new state
commander, who succeeds Henry C.
Bourne, of Tarboro, will be one of
the most important Legion ceremonies
of the fall months. It will bring to
gether many Legion leaders of the
state, including state officers, district
commanders, post officers, and other
interested members. In all probability
the various drum and bugle corps will
stage a parade, and other activities
may be scheduled.
Before the installation exercises are
held, the state adjutant, J. M. Cald
well, who has served in that capacity
for the last several years, will come to
Salisbury, and he and Mr. Beard will
complete detailed plans for the cere
mony, said Mr. Beard.
Mr.-Beard announced before the
convention that in event of his elec
tion he would re-appoint Mr. Cald
well to the post of adjutant. The ad
jutant customarily makes his home
in the home city of the state com
mander and the next Legion year he
will'spend at Salisbury. Two years ago
he lived at Mooresville during the ad
ministration of Con Q Johnston as
state commander, and last year he has
been at Tarboro with Commander
Bourne.
Get a Singe and Hair Cut—any
style—for 25 c.
Free Balloon for the children.
FORD BARBER SHOP
Shoes rebuilt the better way. All
kinds of harness, trunk and suitcase
repairing.
Fayssoux’s Place
Phone 455 115 E. Innes St.
DR. N. C. LITTLE
| Optometrist
Eyes examined, flosses fitted and repaired.
Telephone 1571-W
IS7H 8. Main 8t.
_Naat t. K.tthl. Bather 8h.,_
JOHN R. FISH, Agent
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
207 Wallace Building Phone 401
Salisbury, N. C.
STAR LAUNDRY
"The Good One”
Launderers and Dry Cleaner*
Phone 24 114 West Bank St.
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BROKEN ARCHES
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Typewriter Ribbons
SPECIAL—We will install a new
ribbon, oil your typewriter, clean
your type, all for $1.00.
Rowan Printing Co.
PHONE ... 532
Raleigh—E. B. Jeffress, chairman
of the state*.Highway commission, said
that it was probably the first road
letting in North Carolina as a result
of the two billion dollar federal re
lief act would be held August 10.
Mr. Jeffress said he was assured at
conferences in Washington with the
Federal bureau of roads that as little
delay as possible will be experienced by
the states in getting their allotments
under the act. He said he expected a
certification that North Carolina get
about $5,700,000 to be made by Mon
day.
"I am very well satisfied with the
situation as far as the road appropria
tion is concerned,” Mr. Jeffress said.
"The fcighway commission met Tues
day and it is altogether possible that
they approved a few projects for ear
ly letting.
"The board also will set a minimum
for skill and unskilled labor, the wages
to be included in the call for bids ac
cording to provisions of the relief
bill.” V
He estimated that $2 daily would
be a fair minimum wage in view of
the fact that laborers will be allowed
to work only 30 hours per week.
The federal bureau has adopted a
more liberal attitude about road
types, the chairman said, and will now
allow surface treatment on either new
or old federal aid projects.
"This will enable us to put the
treatment on lots of roads with fed
eral aid funds, something we haven’t
been able to do in the .past*” he said.
POLICE RADIO SYSTEM
TRAPS THREE IN THEFT
Dallas, Texas—The radio in city
jail held little interest to three negro
prisoners arrested for a store theft.
Twenty minutes after they fled from
the store with money and loot, police
radio patrol cars cornered them.
It was the first time they had
learned of the police radio system,
and they complained to the jailor
whenever the radib was turned on.
SHE FALLS THREE FIOORS
MUD SAVES HER LIFE
Chicago—Softened ground due to
heavy rains, saved Miss Edna Porter,
26, when she fell or leaped from her
fourth floor room at Dorchester Ma
nor Hotel* 5226 Dorchester Ave.k
James Cudihy, night- manager at
the hotel found her on the lawn,
fully clothed. ? j
Let ne Import and
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