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Mean?—Busted We folks here in North Carolina, claim we’re broke. We put up, a continuous howl about our, tax 'burdens and about the high cost of living. Money is scarce and extremely hard to get.! To hear us talk the entire state is, on'the verge’of bankruptcy.' What a joke. . ‘ '• We’re Wealthy. Our people have more-money than they know what to <h» with. Two weeks ago, for example, they came to Raleigh and spent’more than $150,000, tak ing in the attractions at the State Fair. During the past three weeks, they spent more than $250,000 tak ing in the sights . of Barnum & Bailey’s circus. They’re buying new automobiles and new radios at a greater clip than ever before. Look about you, as you walk up and down the streets of your town, and you’ll see that they’re better dressed than ever before. Now homes are being built and old, homes are being improved. Busted? Broke? Bankrupt? How do you get that way? The people of our state are sit ting on top of the world, so far as finances are concerned. We’ve got money to burn; and we’re spending it with a free hand. Our pockets! are filled with cash, sufficient to satisfy most of our wishes for ex travagance and luxuries. The only slight hitch is when it comes to putting out a few dollars for such things as taxes, grocery bills and church dues. That’s when all this talk about being busted begins to manifest itself. So long as we’re spending money fpr something we really want—whether we need it or not—there always is plenty of money. But when it comes to spending money for some obligation that we HAVE to : meet—well, that’s a horse of a different color. But 'were not broke. We’re far from broke. Anybody who says that we are, just naturally doesn’t know what he’s talking about.— The State. INCREASE IN DRUNKEN DRIVERS Raleigh—A decided increase in both the number of drunken car drivers and the number of pedes trians during the past two months is shown in the reports of the state highway patrol, Captain Charles D. Farmer, commander, pointed out in making public the patrol" report for October. The report shows 115 drivers were arrested for drunken driving and that 101 pe destrians were also arrested for be ing drunk on the highways. In September 115 were arrested for drunken driving and 96 pedestrians , for being drunk on the highways. "How long are you in prison for, ny man?” "Two months.” "What is the charge?” "No charge—everything’s free.” , Overcome Pains! this better way WOMEN who get into a weak, run down condition can hardly expect to be free from troublesome “small symptoms.”' Wlffere the trouble Is due te weak ness, Cardui helps women to get stronger and thus makes it easier for nature to take its orderly course. Painful, nagging symptoms disap pear as nourishment of the body is improved with the assistance of Cardui. Instead of depending on temporary pain pills during the time of suffer ing, take Cardui to build up your resistance to womanly ailments. Thousands of women have found relief by taking CARDUI. Sold fit the drug store. AMAZE A MINUTE j! SCIENTIFACTS -a- BY ARNOLD_ | ’ ______ 14 A Plant Gas Attack / The RASE GREAT SacRED LlLY OF AFRICA RECENTLY ' DROVE A BOTANY CLASS EXAMINING IT OUT OF THE LABORATORY ‘ h BY EMITTING AN OVERPOWERING STENCH OF CARRION TO OECEIVE S AND ATTRACT FLIES DURING POLLINATION. j Bk lf 4-tei i t isJl* Suffocates under water - The African Lung Fish must come TO THE SURFACE TO BREATHE AIR. If KEPT \UNDER WATER IT DROWNS ANO DIES IN A (JlALF HIS WEIGHT IN MONET,! The average weight car ried BY A BEE IN RETURNING ‘to THE HIVE IS EQUAL TO HALF THE WEIGHT OF HIS BODY. - -- Choose the face pow- W der which millions i of American women have found best suited for our climat ic conditions. Melba T f « « i^uv me — uiicxccneu mm&f for exquisite fineness W " and delicacy—it gives a petahsmooth finish to the skin. mK7 f f* Blended to enhance / natural skin tones — / Flesh—White—Rachel 1T16LBA Lov’me Powder PARFTTMERiy ME I. BA NEW YORK Baptizing Ceremony Down In Georgia An excellent photograph of a scene, wherein the Rev. J. Gorman Garrison of the Midway Baptist Church, near Ochlocknee, Ga., prepared to baptize a number of converts in a near-by stream as members of the church and their friends took part in the ceremony from the shore. • 1. A FAMILY CHAT In our more northern states, the ivintry days add much to health •isks because of incidental exposure :o harsh changes in temperatures, in my zone, it is not uncommon :o have a day at this season un :omfortably hot at noon; by lightfall it is too cool to sit out loors without wraps—and we must jse at least two comforters on the >ed if we sleep with proper venti ation. A weather mark of fortv ive degrees on rising,— to warm ip to eighty or more at midday. These variations are not con lucive to the best of health. One ats heavier meals, in crisp, sharp veather—and repents under sum ner heat within the same twenty our hours. We perspire on the v-arm afternoons and chill with the unset. It takes careful attention o get by the autumn-winter fending without contracting colds or digestive irregularities that may annoy all winter. It is the same when winter is breaking and spring sets in; these are known as tlie "transition seasons,” and, family physicians are kept busier watching their flocks. A steady level of temperature is best for health. Even if it be zeiu outdoors. The heated season is well borne, if it be steady, no mat ter how uncomfortable. It is ' sudden, unlooked for change that catches us napping. The best rule is to keep die sur face of the body clean, dry, andj comfortably warm, winter or sum-i mer. Always a reasonable amount of bathing, and friction on the skin with coarse towel. Keep the surface glowing, breathe deeply of pure, dry air, keep the bowels nor-j mally in order—and—give the doc tor a vacation. . ~ i JUST INSTALLED LATEST MODEL FRANKE STERILIZER Every renovating job gets a thorough Sterilization for 1 hours time. TAYLOR Mattress Company PHONE 6 Dr, L. A Coleman EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT SPECIALIST Wright Bldg. Phone 329 Residence Phone 1259 THANKSGIVING CRUISE BERMUDA STEAMSHIP COLUMBUS of the NORTH GERMAN LLOYD In Cooperation SOUTHERN RAILWAY EXCURSION 4% DAYS CRUISE $69.85 From Salisbury, N. C. rcate includes round trip rail ticket from Salisbury, N. C. to New York and return. First Class accommodations S. S. COLUMBUS New York to Bermuda and return, and meals while on the steamer. The COLUMBUS is your hotel in Bermuda. Cruise permits two daylight days and one night in Bermuda. No Passport Necessary Rate does not include cost of pullman or meals on train, nor expenses in New York, Gov ernment taxes additional. Railroad tickets valid Novem ber 28th and 29th to New York, bearing final return limit December 7th, 1933. ' COLUMBUS sails from New York 11:59 P. M. November 29th, and returns to New York December 4th, 1933, A. M. For additional information, re servations and literature, address R. H. GRAHAM Div. Pass. Agent, Charlotte, N. C. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM j w \\ /✓» r»—// . \ * i L i i ° Bh Pafrkin Dow° -»»>>»—«««« Here is a sport and street suit < that combines just about all that could be desired in smartness and utility in fall apparel. As shown in ■ the illustration above it represents exactly what it is’, one of the new and bold fall tweed suits with a warm collar of raccoon. The woman with imagination will not have to be told that the coat, worn separately with one of the new woolen dresses, serves as an excellent fancy coat and thus! is the utility of the suit enchanced.; In the better shops this suit is| shdwta in many modified forms. And in fabric it. may be had in a wide variety of color tones, with the browns, coppers and’ rust hues predominating. ' Progressive North Carolina farmers are beginning to demand ground limestone as a filler and supplement td fertilizer in place of insert sand used almost wholly in the past. ( Out of Uniform Jimmy Foxx, Philadelphia first baseman, voted the American League’s most valuable player for the last twp years, was one of the first nimrods in the field at the open ing of the hunting season in Penn sylvania. He was after small gam* and got it. TWO DROP DEAD WAITING TO VOTE JMew York—The excitement of New York’s feverish three-corner ed mayorality election proved too much for two voters—they drop ped dead while Waiting in line to register their ballots. Ernest Morche, seventy-two, col lapsed in front of a polling place In South Brooklyn, and Mrs. Min erva Lewis, fifty-two, fell from her blace in line at another booth near by. Ambulance surgeons diagnos ed both cases as heart failure. ROOSEVELT GETS PLAQUE DFLUTHER Washington—President Roosevelt a-as presented with a bronze blaque of a bust of Martin Luther by a committee representing the National Lutheran Council. The bresentation was made by the Rev. E. F. Eilcrt, treasurer of the coun :il. MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the provisions of a :ertain deed of trust executed by Z. F. Wise and wife, Maggie Wise :o C. O. P. TreXier, Trustee, dated \ug. 3, 1928, and recorded in the Dffice of the Register of Deeds for Low an County, Book of Mortgages Mo. Ill, page 23, default having seen made in the payment of the ndebtedness thereby secured, and it the request of the holder ther >f, the undersigned trustee will sell it public auction to the highest udder for cash, at the Court House loor in Salisbury, N. C., on S&tur lay, December 16, 1933, at 12 )’clock noon, the following describ :d real estate to wit: Lying and being in Locke Town ship. Beginning at a white oak >n the east side of the branch, cor ler to lot No. 4, thence N. 3 5 deg. i. 88 links to a post oak; thence :ast 27 chains to a stake; thence N. i % E. 5.26 chains to a stake, cor ler to lot No. 1, thence N. 89 deg. E. 6 chains, more or less to a stake n the public road; thence N. E. svith said road 4 chains to a stake, :orner to lot No. 6, thence 15 :hains to a B. O.; thence S. 3.96 :hains to a maple; thence S. 89 W. 19 chains to a stake; thence N. 23 W. 6.40 chains to a stake on Rober son’s line; thence S. 69 W. 8.53 :hains to a hickory on the bank of oranch; thence with thj meander ngs of said branch about 14 chains to the begining and containing 25.7 jcres more or less, and being lot No. 5 in the division of the D. F. Wise lands. For further reference see Book 172, page 5 5. This the 14th day of November, 1933. C. O. P. TREXLER, Trustee. Nov. 17—Dec. 8. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE PURSUANT to the provisions of z certain mortgage deed of trust executed by J. G. Lisk and wife, Annie Lisk, to H. E. Isenhour, Trustee, on August 20, 1927, and1 recorded in the office of the Reg-j ister of Deeds for Rowan County .n Book of Mortgages 104, page 174, default having been piade in the payment of the indebtedness therein secured, and at the request of the holder of the note therein secured, the undersigned Trustee will expose for sale at public auction fnr rcicli ctt rhp rnurfhmiKp dlnnr in the City of Salisbury, N. C., on‘ Saturday, December 9, 1933, at the| hour of 12M, the following de-, scribed property: Situated in China Grove Town ship, adjoining the properties of A.! L. Crawford, J. W. Kimball and C. D. Alexander, and beginning at a stake, corner of A. L. Craw ford’s on line of J. W. Kimball, and runs thence with Crawford’s line N. 15-30 E. 137.5 ft. to a stake; thence N. 74-30 W. 75 ft. to a. stake on J. W. Kimball’s line; thence S. 7-30 W. 138.3 ft. to a stake, corner of J. W. Kimball and C. D. Alexander; thence S. 74-30 E. 59 ft. to the beginning, and be ing the same property conveyed by deed dated July 19, 1927, from J. W. - Kimball and wife, Cordie E. Kimball, to E. A. Goodman, and L. G. Goodman, registered in Book of Deeds 196, page 271, office of the -Register of Deeds for Rowan County, N. C. This November 3, 1933. " H. E. ISENHOUR, Trustee. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. Nov. 17—Dec. 8. NOTICE OF SUMMONS NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. EMMA CANUP BENTLEY, Plaintiff. Vs. SAM BENTLEY, Defendant. The defendant above named will' take notice that an action entitled as ab ,ve has been commenced irf the Superior Court of Rowan County, for the purpose of obtain ing an absolute divorce from him upon the grounds of two years sep aration, as now provided b^ law';; and that the defendant will furtherj take notice that he is required toj appear before the Clerk of the Su-i perior Court of said county at his office in the court house in Sal-' isbury, N. C., on the 9th day of Dec. 1933, or within thirty days' thereafter, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action, or the: plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint. This 31 day of Oct. 1933. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk of the Superior Court, C. O. P. TREXLER, Plaintiff’s Attorney. Nov. 3-24. — NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PARDON ' Notice is hereby given that the: undersigned will make application to the Governor of North Caro lina for the pardon of Harry Deal, . convicted' ot rorciDle trespass in the Rowan County Court on the 8 ' day of August 1933 and sentenced 1 to 12 months in Jail to be assigned ' to Work under the State Highway ' and Public Works Commission. 1 All persons objecting to the par don of this boy will file their ob- : jections with the Governor. This October 21, 1933. Signed: V. C. DEAL. OCT. 27-Nov. 14. i NOTICE OF RE-SALE i Pursuant to a judgment and < order of the Superior Court of ] Rowan County, in the matter of < Robert Jones vs. J. F. Miller and i wife, Finetta Miller, B. H. Isen- ’ hower and wife. Lottie Arey Isen- : hewer, the undersigned Commis- j sioner appointed1 by the Court, will, : on Saturday, the 18 th day of No- ] vember, next, at 12 o’clock M., at j the Court House Door in Salisbury, ] N. C., offer for re-sale to the i highest bidder for cash, the follow ing described property: j Beginning at a stake at the i Ncptheastern corner of South ’ Shaver and East Fisher Streets and : running thence with East Fisher Street South 42 deg. JO’ East 80 ‘ feet to a stake corner of lot No. ; 6 belonging to Mrs. Daisy Fraley : Jones, and being the same lot will- i ed to her by W. C. Fraley; thence with her line North 47 deg. 30’ East 90 feet to a stake on line of Mrs. Brady’s lot; thence with her line North 42. deg. 30’ West 80 feet to a stake on edge of South Shaver Street; thence 47 deg. 30’ West 90 feet to the beginning cor ner, being lot No. 1 as shown on the map of the Fraley projperty and being the late residence of Mrs. Martha J. Fraley. On this lot is situated an eight room, two story dwelling house with modern conveniences and in good condition. The bidding will commence at $1,128.75. The purchaser will be required to (deposit 5 per cent of Ms L d with the Clerk of Superior Court at the time of purchase or the property will be re-sold.. This 1st day of November, 193 3. T. G. FURR. Commissioner. Nov. 10—17-hld. NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Rowan County, made in the special pro teeding entitledr Frank H. Wright, Administrator of John Melchor, de based vs. Daisy Belle Melchor and Otto Melchor, the satne being No. 899 upon the Special Proceedings Docket of said Court, the under signed Commissioner will on the 25th day of November 1933, at 12 o’clock M. at the late home of the deceased, near Landis, N. C., after due advertisement, according to law, expose to sale to the highest bidder for cash, the lands mention ;d and described in the petition in this cause, all that certain.tract of land lying and being in China rove Township, Rowan County, N. C., adjoining the lands of C. G. Rollins, T. C. Melchor and John Alexander and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a stone 6 feet from Alexander’s line and running thence N. 1.80 chains to a stone; thence E. 1.90 chains to a stone on Alexander’s line; thence with Alex ander’s line; S. 1.80 chains to a stone 6 feet from Alexander’s line; thence W. 1.90 chains to the be ginning. Containing 34-100 acres: more or less. For back title see Deed Book No. 137 page 193 ir» the office of the Register of Deeds: for Rowan County. N. C. This is the late dwelling house and lot of the deceased. This October 23, 193 3. FRANK E. WRIGHT, Commissioner. Oct. 27—Nov. 17. MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a Mortgage Trust Deed Registered in Book No. 117 page 84 made by Ed Wood (unmarried 1 for the protection and benefit of the undersigned, on the 14th day >f February, 1930, default having ?een made in the payment of this Iebt, which said Mortgage was jiven to secure, the undersigned ivill sell at public sale for cash, at 3ourt House door in Salisbury, N. 3., on the 9th day of December text, the following property Lot 1. Beginning at a pine stump Robert Todd’s corner and -uns thence S. 89 deg. E. 3 chains :o a dogwood Todd and Brown’s torner; thence N. 15 deg. W. 5 thains to a stone on Patterson’s ine; thence W. with said line 3 thains to a stone, Todd’s corner; :hence S. 15 deg. W. 5 chains to he beginning, containing one and >ne-half acres more or less. For >ack title see Deed Book 110, page 148 in the Office of the Register if Deeds for Rowan County. Lot No. 2. Beginning at a stake n a road Brown’s qorner on Weav er's fine; thence S. 41 deg. W. 6.29 :hains to a stake; thence N. 87 leg. W. 2.15 chains to a stake; rorner of the property of the Saf it estate; thence with the line of he property of the Safrit estate S. !0 dev. F.. 4.7* rhdi nc T/\ etilrrt n a road, Porter’s corner; thence vith Porter’s line N. 68 deg. E. 1.80 chains to a stake; thence S. !S deg. E. 3.70 chains to a stake; hence N. 5.40 deg. E. 11.60 chains o a stake in a road Porter's corner >n Ritchie’s line; thence with litchie’s line N. 43 deg. W. 4.75 :hains to a stake, Brown’s corner; hence with Brown’s line S. 5 8 deg. W. 3 chains to a stake; thence N. >2 deg. W. 3.80 chains to the be tinning, containing eight acres nore or less. For back title sec 3eed Book 65, page 454; Book 82. >age 470; Book 136, page 167; 3ook 136, page 169; Office of he Register of Deeds. Lot No. 3. Beginning at a take Ritchie’s corner and runs lienee with Ritchie’s line S. 33 deg. i. 50 feet to a stake Brown’s cor ier; thence with Brown’s line S. '8 deg. W. 182 ft. to a stake; .hence N. 34 deg. W. 60 feet to a :take; thence N. 38 deg. E. 182 eet to the beginning, containing >ne-fourth of an acre more or less, or back title see Deed Book” No. 174 page 103 Office of the Regis :er of Deeds. The above descriptions are ac :ording to an actual survey of said iroperty made by N. A. Trexler n March 1929, conveyed by the a'd Ed Wood (unmarried) to sat sfy the debt provided for in said nortgage. This Nov. 2, 1933. T. G. FURR, Trustee. STov. 10—Dec. 1.