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BREEZES BLOWING Don’t get chilled— WEAR One of Our JACKETS SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS Zipper or Button Front MEN’S SPECIAL $6.95 BOYS’ SPECIAL $5.95 A full range of sizes now. Get yours today! COTTON SUEDE JACKETS Zipper Front MEN’S SIZES $3.45 LEATHERETTE COATS Wool lined. Best grade. Men’s Sizes $4.95 , BOYS‘ LEATHERETTE JACKETS $1.95 and $2.95 TREXLER BROS. & YOST Leading Clothiers THE SMOKE SHOP Phone 9167 NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES FOUNTAIN SERVICE 5C HAMBURGERS 5 c 218 S. Main St. Salisbury, N. C. TRAIN TRAVEL BARGAIN FARES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Saturday, November 5, 1932 Round trip fares from SALISBURY, N. C. New York, N. Y.$9.5 0 Philadelphia, Pa__ $8.50 Wilmington, Del. _ $7.00 Baltimore, Md. _ $6.00 Washington, D. C.. $5.00 Tickets on sale November 5 th. Good on all regular trains (ex cept Crescent Limited Nos. 37 and 38). Final limit to Wash ington and Baltimore Nov. 7th other destinations November 8th, 1932. Tickets good in pullman sleep ing cars to Washington, D. C. only upon payment of pullman charges. Good in coaches be yond Washington. Reduced round trip pullman rates to Washington, D. C. Excellent service. High-class day coaches. For information and pullman reservations call on Ticket A gents or address R. H. GRAHAM Division Passenger Agent, Charlotte, N. C. Hedrick Takes Over Ford Agency Here New Company Will Occupy Mahaley Bldg. Succeeds Rouzer Motor Company As Local Ford Dealer A. D. Dorsett Will Be Manager Of The New Concern Announcement was made this week of the taking over of the Ford agency by B. V. Hedrick, mayor and leading business man of this city, succeeding Rouzer Motor Company who relinquished its contract with the Ford Motor Company several weeks ago. The new company will be known as the Hedrick Auto Com pany and will ocuupy the Mahaley building on West Innes Street, ad joining the post office. This build ing was formerly occupied by the Salisbury Motor Company, agent for Buick automobiles. Ford automobiles of all models and designs, Fordson tractors, Lin coln automobiles, as well as other products of the Ford Motor Com pany, will be sold by this new com pany, it is announced. Mr. Hedrick, for a number of years, has been connected with the Ford Motor Company. For sev eral years he operated the Ford a gency in Thomasville, later mov ing it to Greensboro where he con tinued the sale of the Ford pro ducts for five years. Several weeks ago he disposed of his interests in Greensboro. A/f .. IT. J • _ 1 ^ . .1 11 'ui. j jcui junto uiai an auiu mobiles and equipment handled by his company will be shipped into Salisbury via Southern Railway 1 company upon his special request. A. D. Dorsett, of Slier City, as sociate of Mr. Hedrick for a num ber of years, will be manager of the Salisbury company. He will come to the city at once and as sume active charge of the concern, it is announced. The main offices will occupy the right front of the spacious building whjle the left will be used as a show room; the repair department will be just behind the front offices. MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM LANDS IN CHINA GROVE TOWNSHIP Pursuant to the conditions con tained in a certain mortgage trust deed executer by L. A. Freeze and wife, D. A. Freeze, to C. J. Deal, Trustee, dated December 31, 1920, and registered in Register’s Office of Rowan County in Book of Mor tgages No. 74, page 60; and pursuant to a certain instrument dated the 31st day of October, 1932, appointing T. K. Carlton Substituted Trustee, said instru ment being duly recorded in Book of Deeds No. -page- in the Register’s Office of Rowan County, said instrument having been exe cuted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 78, Public Laws 1931, and being incorporated in the N. C. Code of 1931, as Sections 25 83 (a), (b), (c), et seq.; and default having been made in the payment of the note secured by the above mentioned Mortgage Trust Deed, and request of foreclosure having been made by the holder thereof, the undersigned Substituted Trus tee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse door in Salisbury, N. C., on Monday, the fifth day of December, 1932, at 12 o’clock, noon, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lying in Rowan County, China Grove Township, and more parti cularly described as follows: One tract of land known as the Rose Place, lying aboutl three-fourths of a mile West of the Town of Landis, and adjoining the lands of Mrs. A. A. Beaver, J. E. Corriher, Sr., and Robert Overcash; begin ning at a hickory, Mrs. A. A. Beav er’s corner; thence S 89 E. 22 chs. to a stake in the Tuckaseege noad; thence with the road N. 59 and 61 E. 13.55 chs. to a stake in the road; thence S. 29 E. 17.80 chs. to a stake at the side of the mead ow; thence S. 61 W. with the Rice line 21.36 chs. to a stake, Robert Overcash’s corner; thence with Robert Overcash’s line N. 5 3 W. 27.00 chs. to a stake, Robert Over cash’s corner; J. E. Corriher’s line; thence with Corriher’s line N. 2 E. 5.15 chs. to the beginning, con taining sixty acres, more or less. Since the execution of the above Mortgage Trust Deed, several small tracts of land have been cut off and sold by L. A. Freeze and wife to various parties, and all such tracts as have been sold, with the written consent and release of C. J. Deal or of Wachovia Bank & Trust Company, Executor of C. J. Deal, are hereby excepted from the above description and will not be sold. Approximately one-half, more or less, of the above tract has been released from the lien of the above mentioned mortgage tritst deed, and particularly the tracts described in Book of Deeds No. 190, page 192; Book No. 194, page 103; Book No. 195, pages 262 and 263; and Book No. 196, page 144. This, the 3rd day of Nov. 1932. t. k. carlton, Substituted Trustee P. S. Carlton, Attorney (D. C. Pethel Estate.) Nov. 4—Dec. 2. |Sj% i | (% ■ 11 H 1^1 EVERY POOR BRAKE ■ M that you meet is a poten m I1 tial accident headed your I | way. I 9 It is then wise to preach ■ 9 the doctrine of good ■ ■ brakes to your frineds. -I 9 Sa^ t0 Sen<^ t^lem 9 S' SALISBURY 9 91 IGNITION AND BATTERY CO. » WHY WAIT until it is too late to stop that leak in your radiator? It will give you lots of trouble. You can’t keep anti-freeze in a leaking radiator. We recore, repair and clean all types of radiators. We sell or trade new and second hand radiators. We allow you more for your old radiator. EAST SPENCER MOTOR CO. THE CHRYSLER DEALER Phone 1198-J East Spencer, N. C. CITY and COUNTY^, IVEWS JBRIEFS S CATAWBA CELEBRATES HOMECOMING DAY Catawba college celebrated Home-coming day October 29th with a gala program which enter tained a large number of visitors, including many former students. Festivities began at 10 with a processional engaged in by all the classes. The seniors in their red and white represented the king and queen of hearts. The juniors were farmers and farmerettes in lavender and white. The sopho mores represented Mahatma Gand hi, the boys wearing white sheets and the girls yellow netting. The freshmen in white and green were four leaf clovers. Then gathering on the campus the classes put on original songs, a total of 15. ' A portrait of Mrs. Allen Zart man was presented to the college by Mrs. Zartman’s daughter of Toledo, Ohio. This portrait will hang in Zartman hall, girl’s dor mitory. At noon, free barbecue was ser ved. Saturday night to an auditorium full of friends each presented stunts. The seniors put on a three act comedy carrying out the theme of the king and queen of hearts. The iuniors nresented a skit imi tating the faculty. The sopho mores continued their role of fol lowing of Gandhi. The freshmen put on a musical revue. A small silver loving cup for the best college song was presented to Oscar McCormick, a sopho more. ffis song, "Friendship,” was original in words and melody. Miss Ella Mae Daniel of Salisburj received honorable mention for her song, "School Days.” MRS. O. J. HILL Mrs. Ruby Kelly Hill, wife of O. J: Hill, died October 29th at her home at 429 Maupin Avenue following an extended illness. Funeral services were conducted from the' home Sunday afternoon and interment followed in Salisbury Memorial Park. Dr. Arch Cree pastor of the First Baptist Church, of which the deceased was a mem ber, officiated. Mrs. Hill is survived by her hus band and two children, Jennings, 7, and Norma, 14 months. Also by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kelly, and several broth ers and sisters. EHRINGHAUS LAUDS GARD NER ADMINISTRATION Speaking from the courthouse steps Tuesday at noon, J. C. B. Ehringhaus, Democratic nominee for Governor, defended the Gard ner administration against attacks made by Republican leaders. It is estimated over 400 heard the brief address. Preceding his address, the high school band, dressed in black and gild uniforms, rendered several numbers. Chairman Ross M. Sigmon pre sided. Mr. Ehringhaus was intro duced by Senator Hayden Clement. Mr. Ehringhaus told of the re markable progress the state had made in recent years under Demo cratic rule and explained in detail the large tax reductions made pos sible by virtue of legislation enact ed by the last legislature. The speaker devoted the major portion of his address to a reply to the Republican- challenge of extra vagance and excessive cost of state government. Debt, he said, was a relatve thing, and should be con sidered from all angles. He stated that the North Carolina bonded indebtedness represented the best investment ever made by any state in the union. rassmg to national aftairs, Ehr inghaus assailed the administration of President Hoover, stating that he had failed to carry out a single one of the pledges made by his party four years ago. "Do you want a continuation of present conditions?” he concluded. "If not, I call upon you to be one of that vast majority who will on next Tuesday cast their vote for that great Democrat and states man, Franklin D. Roosevelt.” CATAWBA LICKS GUIL FORD, 20-7. Catawba college’s Indians took a long jump toward the little six title by defeating Guilford 20 to 7 for its third conference triumph here October 29. Two touchdowns in the second half proved the winning margin after the visitors had come back in the third period to tie the score. The line ups: Catawba Pos. Guilford Robinson _ LE .. Raselv Nash _ I.T __ Rilev Miller _ EG _ Wilkie Vaniewsky __ Center . Rudisill Williams . RG Burgwyn Garland _ I.T Puruell Pearson _ RE Biddie Witmer - QB Newman Linn _ LH _ Jamieson Appanaitis _ RH Turner Cesareo _- LB Norman Score by periods: Guilford .....0 0 7 0— 7 Catawba _0 7 7 6—20 Guilford scoring: Touchdown, Jamieson. Point after touchdown, Guilford (pass.) Catawba scoring: Touchdowns, Appanaitis 2, (placements.) Officials: Shepherd (Davidson) referee; Perry (Elon) umpire: Davis (Davidson) headlinesman. HALLOWE’EN PARADE RAINED OUT Old Jupiter Pluvius, for the first time in many years, played havoc wth the local Hallowe’en celebra tion Monday night. Due to a heavy downpour of rain, the ela borate festivities of the occasion were cancelled and few fun mak ers were seen on the streets. With the exception of a few parties, Hallowe’en was not observed. 11 MARRIAGE LICENSES 1S~ SUED LAST MONTH Register of Deeds W. D. Kizziah issued 11 marriage licenses last month. They follow: Pressly Beaver of Kannapolis and Veneta Bostian of China Grove. H. E. Steele of Statesville and Pauline Stewart of Statesville. Calvin Spry of route 1, Cleve land, and Jeannette C. Freeman of the same place. Ray Royal Holshouser of Rock well and Delola Neely Ferrell of Kannapolis. .D. jd. ^ason oi /\uanta, \ja., anu Glenna Earnhardt of Rockwell. Ralph Chatham Bender of Ral eigh and Norma Elizabeth Maynard of Salisbury. Herman Stirewalt and Ruby Cooper, both of route 2, China Grove. Colored Licenses The colored licenses issued were: Louis Alexander of route 3, Sal isbury, and Mamie Wilkerson of route 2. Chas. Gregory and Sadie Nes bert of Bear Popular. John L. Gillespie and Clara C. Rankin of route 2, Mt. Ulla. Joseph Kerr and Ruth Byers of East Spencer. ROWAN HARDWARE SOLD The city of Salisbury and Row an county purchased the stock of goods and equipment of the Rowan Hardware and Machinery Com pany at a sale by Sheriff Miller to executions placed in his hands by creditors. The city and county placed a bid on these goods for $2,500.00 to cover taxes due. GREGORY NAMES MISS RIDEOUTTE At the request of Richard F. Roper, National Directory Share holders in America, L. O. Gregory, County Director of the Roosevelt Garner forces has appointed Miss Agnes Rideoutte to have charge of the Woman’s Division. Miss Ride outte has accepted the appoint ment, and will call to her assist ance a number of other ladies. This undertaking is distinct from Roosevelt-Garner clubs which have been organized in var ious parts of the county during the past weeks. WILLIAM G. FERRY Spencer.—William G. Perry, 74, died at his home in Spencer Nov. 2 of a serious heart affection of long standing. He had been an invalid 12 years. A native of Chatham county, he brought his family to Spencer to live 24 years ago, and while his health permitted he was employed by the Southern railway. He was a member of the P. O. S. of A. and Methodist church. The funeral will be held at the home Fridav. Surviving are the widow, be fore her marriage was Miss Frances Baum of Springfield, 111.; two daughters, Mrs. Charles F. Watson of Greenville and Miss Josephine Perry of Spencer; three sons, Joseph J. of Spencer, George B. of Phila delphia and Robert L. of Greens boro. Three brothers and six sis ters also survive. LEGION HEADS CHOSEN Bryce P. Beard, commander of the North Carolina department of the American Legion, has announ ced the completion of appointment of all committees to supervise the coming year’s work. One representative from each of 20 districts in the state was placed on each group, which will report at the fall conference at Charlotte November S, when National Com mander Louis Johnson will be the principal speaker. The chairmen are: rehabilita tion, Dr. I. T. Mann of High Point national defense, Albert L. Cox of Raleigh; Americanism, C. K. Bur gess of Raleigh; child welfare joint auxiliary and legion, Miss Alice Gray of Winston-Salem; commun ity service, W. G. Gaston of Gas tonia. Legislative, C. L. Coggin of Salisbury; employment, L. G. Rat cliff e of Charlotte; athletic, C. K. Torrence of Gastonia; baseball, Herman Cone of Greensboro; golf membership, C. E. Gooch of Salis bury; markmanship, J. W. Jenkins of Henderson; trophy and awards, Paul Dana of Pinehurst; Sons of the Legion, J. L. Blythe of Char lotte; foreign relations, Tracy Moore of Greensboro; finance, Henry C. Bourne of Tarboro. Subscribe To The Watchman. But No Bite None better |^j|Mjjg£j Why pay more? DR. N. C. LITTLE Optometrist j Eyes examined, glasses fitted and repaired. Telephone 1571-W 107H S. Main St. Next to Ketchie Barber Shop Shoes rebuilt the better way. All kinds of harness, trunk and suitcase repairing. FAYSSOUX’S PLACE Phone 433 113 E. Innes St. JENKINS GIVEN 30 YEARS John L. Jenkins, already under seven-year sentence for postal rob bery, was given 30 years in state’s prison at Jefferson after a jury con victed him of the murder of Joe Graybeal shot down near his Ash land home last February. How ard Pennington, 16, guilty of aid ing Jenkins, was given 10 to 13 years sentence. STAR LAUNDRY "The Good One” Launderers and Dry Cleaners Phone 24 114 West Bank St. One Day Service Subscribe to The Watchman Visit Washington . . . this year George Washington Bicentennial . . Reduced Fares . . Southern Railway System I To All Democratic Voters Phone 1J7 | Democratic Headquarters On Election Day If you need transportation or desire any information to assist you in voting. We ask your cooperation By Voting Early. Rowan County Democra tic Executive Committee, Ross M. Sigmon, Chairman Mrs. J. P. Lynch, 1st Vice-Chm. Mrs. R. O. Yancy, 2nd Vice-Chm. J. W, Bean, Secretary. 116 North Main Street Phone 137.