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REYNOLDS AND McSWAIN LASH a O. P.
_ I -:---—_: Landslide Predicted For Dems. Courthouse Filled Long Befor Addresses Begin; Many Listen In Via Loud Speaker Republican Administration Blamei For The Conditions Prevailing Throughout Country At The Present Time Rowan county Democrats firei two big guns here last night. Congressman J. J. McSwain Grenville, S. C., introduced by Lee Overman Gregory, local at torney, was the first big gun. The second was R. R. Reynolds Democratic nominee for the Unit ed States senate. He was intro duced by C. P. Barringer, loca attorney. The meeting was presided ove by Ross M. Sigmon, chairman o the Rowan County Democrats Executive committee. Hundreds unable to obtain en trance in the courtroom on ac count of the large crowd, heart the addresses through the louc speaker set up on the courthous< porch. speaking in the courthouse be fore a capacity crowd, these twc orators predicted an overwhelm ing victory on November 8th fot the Democratic ticket. Both plac ed the blame for the depression at the door of the republican admin istration. Both declared a Demo cratic victory was the first big step towards the return of prosper ity to this country. Congressman McSwain decried the statement that the depression or "panic” originated abroad. He declared it was the result of re publican policies which brought about the stagnation of interna tional trade under the republican tariff. American industry, he said, as a result of republican pol icies, had been paralyzed. Mr. McSwain dealt in detail with the foreign policy of Ameri ca and traced the beginning of the depression to the tariff law en .actSd^by a fEpfiblican congress. He dealt mainly with national pro blems. He predicted a Democra tic landslide November 8th. Mr. Reynolds started off by ex pressing his appreciation for the hospitality and for the unusually large crowd of folks that had gathered to greet him. He said that he had come to this part of the State for the purpose of talk ing to the rank and file of the folks. Not alone to the rank and file of the Democratic party, but to the republicans as well. He said that the republicans were not responsible for the sins committed by their leaders and that thousands of them were deserting their par ty and were going to vote the de mocratic ticket this year. "And I,” he said, "am going to be one who will extend them a most cordial welcome, I don’t be lieve in cussing them, for I num ber among then in western North Carolina some of my warmest per citnol fripnrlc ” Mr. Reynolds spoke of the birth of the democratic party, tolling how Thom9" Jefferson realized that prosperity must first start with the tillers of the soil and then work upward. Alexander Hamil ton on the other hand, he said, believed that prosperity must start with those in the upper strata of life. He explained why Hamil ton’s idea could never work out successfully, although the repub licans had tried it ever since the party was organized. In discussing present-day condi tions, the speaker said that the most nauseating thing in the country today was the republican party bowing to the wishes of Wall Street. He said that prosperity—a last ing prosperity—could never re turn to the nation until a definite change of policy went into effect. He spoke on the tariff, he men tioned the farm loan board and he paid his respect to various other republican policies and doctrines. The audience applauded frequent ly and enthusiastically. "The people want a change and they are going to have one,” he said, adding "President Hoover got into the White House in 1928 because he promised us everything from a chicken in the pot, to the abolition of poverty. The people for some reason believed him. They thought he held the formcli for prosperity. However, they have found out that all of his p-o mises were pipe-dreams of a ma . who had nothing but a longing to get into public office. Now he is attempting to hold that office by giving us new promises, but this time in the place of believing him the people are laughing at him.” Recalling that he had been knocking on the Senate door for the past twenty years and finally ' it had been opened to him, Rey nolds admitted that he is plenty smart. "I’m smart because I’ve got sense enough to appreciate my lim itations,” the nominee asserted. I "I’m smart because I know enough to seek the advice of men smarter than I am. And I’m smart be cause I’ll always be just Bob Rey nolds. When I’m elected I ain’t . going to puff up like a poisoned frog. "I know you people favored me ’ —you’re my boss. And I’ll stay in the Senate because I’ll be the same Bob Reynolds to you. I want you to come to see me at any r time.” "The national deficit is now a j round $3,500,000,000. The pre sent annual cost of maintaining the government is likewise in thr . neighborhood of $3,5 00,000,000, of the $4,000,000,000 referred to as having been returned to the favored were now in our national treasury, there would probably be no deficit or talk about it and the amount would be sufficient to pay off government for an entire year.” NEWS BRIEFS SHOT DURING QUARREL Clyde Brown ,18, driver of an apple truck, shot John Simpson, I war veteran, twice in the chest at Rutherfordton. The two had quarreled over the purchase of two bushels of apples. Simpson is near death. MURDERER KILLS HIMSELF Blotting out the memory of the wife and two children he slew in his cottage at Fort Moultrie last January, Sergeant Charles W. Long hung himself in the Charleston jail where he was waiting sentence for the ^iiy’ings. He had pleaded insan ity at the trial. TO FIGHT NIGHT WORK The Cotton Textile Institute is preparing to renew its insistent drive to eliminate the working of women and children in textile mills at night and that topic will be a chief one before the board of dire ctors in a meeting November 15 at Spartanburg. FLOGGERS ARE ARRESTED Nine are under arrest at Jack sonville, Fla., charged with a score or more of severe hoggings which have recently been given men, wo men and children. NEWSPAPER INSTITUTE DATES John Park, Raleigh publisher and president of the N. C. Press asso ciation has set January 11, 12 and 13 as dates for the annual newspa per institute at Chapel Hill. DIVERS HUNT GOLD Eight suspects are held in New York following the theft of $50, 000 in gold bars from a Brooklyn refining plant. Divers are at work trying to locate the gold at the bottom of East river where the robbers threw it after a false test had led them to believe the metal was brass. HELD FOR AUTO KILLING John Hill is held by Union coun ty under $2,500 bond for the death of Pauline Tarlton, 20, whose dead body was found beside Hill’s wrecked machine near Monroe. Robert Marze, who said he was in the car, declared Hill the driver. IS BEATEN TO DEATH Stumbling into his home at Ad vance, Davie County, George S. How Cardui Helps Women "Mal-nutrition” means that your body is not getting enough to keep it up, so that what it has to do is not done well. You may not be eat ing enough, to keep up the work of the body, or there may be something wrong that keeps you from getting full value from the food you eat. Because of mal-nutrition, some women have aches and pains every month. Such pains should not be neglected. Take Cardui to give you a better appetite, to give you more strength from the food you eat — to build up and Increase your feeling of well being. Aches and pains go away as you build up with the help of Cardui. 1 Tucker, 40, war veteran, was found to have been beaten severely about the head. He died in a Stat esville hospital without having been able to give information as to his assailant. DR( OFFICERS FIRED ON C. S. Coats, federal dry agent, was shot in the hip by a group of armed men near Elizabeth City. The group came up as five dry a - gents were starting to destroy a still near which they had arrested two negroes. The agents sought cover but returned to destroy the still. TWO COMMIT SUICIDE Frederick Hill, 33, giving in several notes no reason for his act, shot and killed himself in his oil station near Smithfield. Rufus Isenhour, 49, leading Stanly coun ty citizen, killed himself at his home 10 miles from Albemarle. A nervous disorder had troubled him for some time. Mrs G. W. Julian Mrs. G. W. Julian died at her home at 127 Maupin Avenue Wednesday afternoon following an extended illness. Funeral services will be con ducted this morning at 11 o’clock from the home. Dr. M. L. Stirwalt pastor of St. John’s Lutheran icpicf/srl Kir TJ air A pcK rr 1 1 Woodson, pastor of the First Pres byterian church, and Rev. T. C. Cook, pastor of the Second Pres byterian church, will officiate. In terment will be in Chestnut Hill cemetery. Mrs. Julian is survived by the following children: Miss Rose Julian, Mrs. James H. Krider, L. H., Carl and Truesdell Julian, and Mrs. R. J. Herman, of Salisbury and Mrs. Arthur Sweet, of Spencer. A number of grand children also survive. S. A. Earnhardt S. A. Earnhardt, 87, for many years a leading citizen of the town of East Spencer, died Thursday morning following an illness of several months, at the home of his son, L. D. Earnhardt, East Spen cer. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at Union Lutheran church in Provi dence township. Rev. B. E. Pet rea, assisted by Rev. J. C. Dietz, will officiate. Five sons and one daughter sur vive. They are Nelson and B. C. Earnhardt, of Prescott, Ariz.; A. S. Earnhardt, of Los Angeles; Mrs. O. F. Wolfe, of Spartanburg, ‘S. C. ; L. D. Earnhardt, of East Spencer, and W. A. Earnhardt of Salisbury. D. 0. W. Class To Serve Barbecue The D. O. W. Class of the First Baptist church will serve a barbe cue dinner and supper tomorrow at the hut on West Council Street. Barbecue plates will be on sale form 11 o’clock to 8 P. M. at twenty-five cents each. The pub lic is invited to attend. THE SAFE PLACE TO BUY YOUR j Used Car More car for less money means quality and price. We have lowered our prices on used cars —it is worth your time to in vestigate. ’31 Chevrolet Coach. ’31 Chevrolet Coupe. ’3 0 Chevrolet Coach. ’30 Chevrolet Pick-up Roadster steel body. ’29 Chevrolet Coach. ’27 Chevrolet Sedan. ’30 Ford Coupe. Ford V-8 Coach, brand new. Many other good used cars, ranging in price from $25 to $100. Let us equip your car with a Philco Radio. RANEY-CLINE MOTOR CO. S. Main St. Phone 633 At Last! Two Cars in a Garage! —By Talburt ,j UTILITIES PROPOSE REDUCTIONS Electric power rate reductions averaging from 5 to 10 per cent were proposed before the state cor poration commission last week by four big utility companies serving North Carolina. The commission took the proposals under advise ment for decision this week. The commission estimated the reduc tions would save $402,000 per year from power bills to consum ers. Buys Hardware Accounts J. H. McKenzie has purchased the accounts and choses in action of the Rowan Hardware and Machinery Company, it was an nounced Thu^-sdfay. All persons indebted to the Rowan Hardware & Machinery company are request ed to make settlement with Mr. McKenzie at the earliest possible date. FRANCE VOTES $100,00 FOR CHICAGO FAIR Paris.—The Chamber of Depu ties received a Government bill providing for the appropriation of 2,J00,000 francs ($100,000) for participation by France in the Chicago fair of 1933. SANDWICH SHOP next to Victory Theatre) The best hot dog in town 5 c Drinks—Candy—Sandwiches Open till 12 every night. Diet Didn’t Do This! CJ APPY little girl, just bursting with pep, and she has never tasted a “tonic I” Every child’s stomach, liver, and bowels need stimulating at times, but give children something you know all about. Follow the advice of that famous family physi. .an who gave the world Syrup Pepsin. Stimulate the body’s vital organs. Dr. Caldwell’s prescription of pure pepsin, active senna, and fresh herbs is a mild stimulant that keeps the system from getting sluggish. If your youngsters don’t do well at school, don’t play as hard or eat as well as other children do, begin this evening with Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. 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