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Carolina Host to Virginia
For Thanksgiving Classic Chapel Hill—Carolina and Vir ginia football teams will clash here Thanksgiving Day in the 38 th re newal of the Sooth’s oldest and most colorful Turkey Day classic. Virginia held the upper hand in the early years of the rivalry but Carolina has taken the lead since the War. The total series shows Virginia 21 wins, Carolina 13 wins, and three ties. One of the highlights was the 14-13 Carolina victory of 1927, which marked the dedication of Kenan Stadium, and which drew a crowd of 28,000 the largest ever to see a football game in this State. Heavy advance sale of tickets, indicates a ciVwd of near 2 5,000! this year, and athletic authorities! are making extensive preparations' to handle the throng of people withj dispatch and maximum comfort. Extra parking fields are being put in order. The force of attend ants at the stadium will virtually be doubled. Additional police will >e secured from nearby cities to. ielp the state highway patrolmen) landle parking and traffic. And :he Ideal people and merchants are :ooperating in arranging extra ser vice on meals and refreshments. Additional features will be the reunions of Carolina’s great elevens jf 1922 and 1929, the Thanksgiv ing dances of the German Club, and the attendant reunion festivities for Carolina’s homecoming alumni. Virginia won last! year’s game 14-7 and Carolina the 1931 game 13-7. ‘The customary fine game and tough scrap is expected this year. Carolina rules a sli orite because of its vast improve ment in recent games. But Vir ginia looked mighty strong against Columbia and Navy. Carolina will have ten days in stead of three in which to get ready for this year’s game and will be led into battle by Captain Bill Croom, who ran 75 yards for their "NERVES INTERFERED WITH MY WORK" BOW IN MY LINE CANT Giggly'nerves. NG A MILDER CIGA , I SWITCHED TO CAMELS. 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Mary Says "No” Despite Hollywood Screen colony eonviction that Mary Pickford will soon be seeking a divorce from her husband, Douglas Fairbanks, now abroad, Mary says emphatically •‘No’*- Above is a recent picture of Mary in her Hollywood home. Duke And State! i To Have Annual Clash on Satuday Durham, N. C.—Duke’s Blue Devils, the greatest team in the history of the local institution and recognized by many as the finest gridiron team ever produced in this state, will be making their final appearance in North Carolina this season when they meet N. C. State in Duke Stadium Saturday. For championships, it will be the crucial contest for the Blue Devils. A victory would assure them of both the Southern conference and the North Carolina Big Five crowns in which races they have won three games thus far this season. The Blue Devils, listed now with the outstanding three teams in the Nation and rated a chance for my thical national honors, play their final game of the season against Georgia Tech in Atlanta, December i. ■ Saturday’s battle should be a great one. State has had the habit tor the past two years ox offering its very best game against the Blue Devils and this year is not expect ed to be an exception. With two weeks to prepare for the game, the Wolfpack should be at top form and, after watching Duke beat Carolina last week, they know what to fook for when the Blue Devils start running them. The fullback battle that will be offered between Ray Rex and Bob Cox of Duke should be one of the greatest exhibitions of line plung ing ever seen in this state. Both have been gaining ground through opposing forward walls all season and will get their first chance tc vie for honors in this game. There will be other individua battles that are expected to brinj fire. Steve Sabol of N. C. State ancMi. B. Dunlap of Duke will hav< a personal affair at center and Bol McQuage of the Wolves and Harry Rossiter and Nick Laney of the Blue Devils will offer a great punt ng duel. Approximately 80 per cent ol the average national acreage seedec co wheat has been placed undei wheat reduction agreements. one touchdown last year. Among the Virginia stars an : Johnson, quarterback, Berger, full back, and Wagner and Hallett in the line. Several of Carolina’s finest per formers in recent years will be play ing their iast game and will be out to make it their best. Among them are Captain Croom and Kay Thompson, halfbacks; George Brandt, end; and Bill Collins tackle Carolina has only lost two games to Virginia in the seven years Chuck Collins has been head coach, the 3-0 game of 1926 and last year’s game. Got Over Weak, * Painful Condition By Taking Cardui "I was weak and run-down and suffered quite a bit with pains in my side,” writes Mrs. Nick Bar ranco, of Beaumont, Texas. “I was nervous. I did not rest well at night, and my appetite was poor. "My mother had used Cardui with beneficial result, so I decided to take it. I surely am glad I did, for it stopped the pain in my side and built up my general health. I took seven bottles in all.” ■ For over 60 years, Cardui has been helping women just as this Texas lady describes above. Cardui is 6old at all drug stores. Announces Awards In Canning Contest First prize in the state-wide can ning contest, brought to a close by the judging of products at State College last week, has been awarded to Mrs. S. W. Dixon of Alamance County. A cash prize of $20 was given Mrs. Dixon along with the blue ribbon. "We were greatly impr«sed with the quality of canned material sub mitted in this state-wide contest,’ says Mrs. Cornelia C. Morris, dis trict home agent and food conser vation specialist at the College. "Each woman enrolled in the home demonstration clubs of North Caro lin was elgible to eneter. Each contestant had to submit three jars, one of canned berries, one of can ned fruit other than berries and one of canned vegetables. These were judged at the county achievement days and the first prize winners in the various counties were entered into the State contest. Winnings were made by women in 12 coun ties.” these additional winnings are as follows: Second prize, Mrs’. W. A. Shuping of Rowan, $10; third prize, Mrs. George Stevenson of Pamlico, $10; fourth prize, Mrs. B. B. Britt, of Wake, $5; fifth Mrs. Jack Upchurch of Durham, $ 5; sixth, Mrs. O. V. Booker of Johnston, $$; seventh, Mrs. Oscar Shelton of Madison, $$; eighth, Mrs. O. Perry of Franklin, $3; ninth, Mrs. C. E. McDaniel of Cumberland, $3; tenth, Mrs. B Powell of Edgecombe, $3; eleventh Mrs. T. M. Royster of Gaston, $3 and twelfth, Mrs. L. A. Bowers o Mecklenburg, $3. Mrs. Morris says the product were judged by Miss Mary Thomas nutrition specialist at. the college and Mrs. C. R. Hudson, an expert home canner. Five Years Given Reynolds Plotter North Wilkesboro — Pleading guilty to a charge of attempting to extort $10,000 from Richard J Reynolds, Jr., tobacco heir, under threats of kidnaping Reynolds wife, an expectant mother, John Lanier, 3 5, textile worker was sen tenced to five years in federa court here. Lanier, seated with his wife and 4-year-old baby, showed no emo tion as sentence was! pronounced. I For Fastest Known Relief - 1 Demand and Get —— GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN BECAUSE of a unique process in manufacture, Genuine Bayei Aspirin Tablets are made to dis ntegrate—or dissolve—-INSTANT LY you take them. Thus they start to work instantly. Start ‘Takint iold” of even a severe headache, leuralgia, neuritis or rheumatic pair i few minutes after takiug. And they provide SAFE relief— tor Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN does I not harm the heart. So if you want QUICK and SAFE relief see that you get the real Bayer article. Look for tne Bayer cross on every tablet as shown above and for the words GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN on every bottle or package you buy. Member N. R. A. GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN DOES NOT HARM THE HEART MATTRESS RENOVATING EVERY MATTRESS THOR OUGHLY STERILIZED. CALL US FOR PRICES TAYLOR Mattress Company _PHONE 6_ Dr. L. A Coleman EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT SPECIALIST Wright Bldg. Phone 329 Residence Phone 1259 The total receipts of live poul try by truck in New York City in 1932 were more than double the receipts by truck in 1929. SICK HEADACHE Many cases of BICK HEADACHE are due to constipation. If you have headache that is due to con stipation, take Thedford’s BLACK DRAUGHT for refreshing relief. “I have taken Black-Draught, when needed, for about 15 years,” writes Mr. J. W. Cooper, of Long view, Texas. "I first began to use it for sick headache that seemed to come from constipation. “I would suffer about twenty four hours with these headaches. I found out that Black-Draught would help me, so that is what I took. I am glad to recommend it to others, for this trouble, for it will give relief.” Thedford’s Black-Draught Is a purely vegetable laxative, preferred by thousands of men and women because It is so effective and economical. For Children, get the new, pleas ant-tastlng SYRUP of Thedford’a Black-Draught, In 254 & 504 bottles. NOTICE Application will be made to the Governor for a parole for John Henry Gantt who is now serving a sentence in the State’s Prison. Nov. 24—Dec. 1. MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a Mortgage Trust Deed Registered in Book No. 113 page 118 made by 'LL H. Sell and wife, Bettie Sell for the protection and benefit of the undersigned, on the 26th day of July, 1929, defaul having been made in the payment of this debt, which said Mortgag was given to secure, the under signed will sell at public sale for cash at the Court House Door in Salisbury on the 16th day of De cember next, the following prop erty: Tract No. 1. Beginning at a stake in Curse’s line about 2.63 chas. Northwest of a Hickory corner; formerly Hawkin’s corner, corner on Eagle’s line; thence South 49 deg. East 2.63 chs. to a stake (Hickory corner) on Eagle’s old line; thence with said line South 32 deg. West 3.80 chs. to a stake, (a new corner); thence North 49 deg. West 2.63 chs. to : stake; thence a straight line to th< beginning, containing one acri of land more or less. Tract No. 2. Beginning at ; stake, Robert Carter’s corner, am also the South corner of the Oh School House lot, and runs abou North 63 deg. West with H. H Sell’s line 3.20 chs. to a stake ii said Sell’s line; thence North 2: deg. East, a new line, 3.20 chs. t( a stake; thence South 63 deg. East another new line, 3.20 chs. to ; stake in Robert Carter’s line thence South 3 2deg. West 3.2< chs. to the beginning, containin; one acre, be the same more or less Tract No. 5. Beginning at ; stake, Cress’ corner on John C Miller’s line; thence North 16 deg East 10.50 chs. to a stake Cress corner; thence South 49 deg. Eas 7 chs. to a Hickory, Cress’ corner thence with Eagle’s line South deg. West 8 chs. to a stake, Johi C. Miller’s corner; thence Nortl 63 deg. West 4.30 chs. to the be ginning, cuntaiinng ) acres less J acre sold to Charlie Click and de scribed in Book 96, page 5 8, les about 1 acre sold off by S. S. Haw kins to the Rowan County Boarc and now owned "by Henry Sell leaving a balance as per recent sur vey of about 3.50 acres more oi less. Tract No. 4. Located in Frank lin Township, Beginning at a staki H. A. Trexler’s and Holshouser’ corner and runs thence with Hoi shouser’s line North 61 deg. Wes 25.18 chs. to a stone, Holshouser’: corner on Joe Lowder’s line; thenci with Joe Lowder’s line South 51 deg. West 23 chs. to a stone, Jo< Lowder’s and J. W. Jacobs comer thence with J. W. Jacob’s line South 71% deg. East 32.75 chs. tc an iron stake, corner J. W. Jacob’: and H. A. Trexler’s land; thence with Trexler’s line North 33 deg East 15.60 chs. to the beginning containing 52 54 acres more or les: and being the same property a: conveyed by Frank C. Miller anc wife to H. H. Sell and wife b) deed dated August 24, 1899 anc registered in Book of Deeds 86 page 3 87 in the office of the Register oi Deeds for Rowan County. Conveyed by the said H. H Sell and wife, Bettie E. Sell to sat isfy the debt provided for in saic Mortgage. J. C. COUGHENOUR, Mortgagee This the 15 th day of November 1933. T. G. FURR, Attorney. Nov. 17-Dec. 8. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra tor of the estate of Pearl V. Canup, this is to notify all persons having claims agaisst the said decedent to, file an itemized, verified statement of same with the undersigned on| or before the 15 th day of Novem ber 1934, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settle ment. This Nov. 13, 1933. E- L. WEBER, Admr. of Estate of Pearl V. Canup, Dec’d. Nov. 17-Dec. 22. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE PURSUANT to the provisions of a certain mortgage deed of trust executed by J. G. Lisk and wife, Annie Lisk, to H. E. Isenhour, Trustee, on August 20, 1927, and, recorded in the office of the Reg-j ister of Deeds for Rowan County j in Book of Mortgages 104, page, 174, default having been made inj the payment of the indebtedness therein secured, and at the request j of the holder of the note therein secured, the undersigned Trustee! will expose for sale at public auction! for cash at the courthouse door 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 S' 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. Rendlcman & Rendleman, Attys. | Nov. 17—Dec. 8. NOTICE OF SUMMONS NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. ; IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. ' EMMA CANUP BENTLEY, j Plaintiff. Vs. I SAM BENTLEY, Defendant. | The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled as above has been commenced in j the Superior Court of Rowan County, for the purpose of obtain ( ing an absolute divorce from him I upon the grounds of two years sep aration, as now provided bv law1; .jand that the defendant will furthfi II take notice that he is required I tc appear before the Clerk of the Sh ’ perior Court of said county at lbs j office in the court house in Sal isbury, N. C., on the 9 th day ol Dec. 1933, or within thirty days ■ thereafter, and answer or demur tc . 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. 1 MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the provisions of a certain deed of trust executed by C. F. Wise and wife, Maggie Wise to C. O. P. Trexler, Trustee, dated ! Aug. 3, 1928, and recorded in the ; Office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County, Book of Mortgages iNo. Ill, page 23, -default having : been made in the payment of the 1 indebtedness thereby secured, and I at the request of the holder ther eof, the undersigned trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court House '.door in Salisbury, N. C., on Satur day, December 16, 1933, at 12 o’clock noon, the following describ !ed real estate to wit: | Lying and being in Locke Town 'l sjiip. Beginning at a white oak on the east side of the branch, cor , ner to lot No. 4, thence N. 3 5 deg. jE. 88 links to a post oak; thence .east 27 chains to a stake; thence N. '.3% E. 5.26 chains to a stake, cor jner to lot No. 1, thence N. 89 deg. E. 6 chains, more or less to a stake in the public road; thence N. E. with said road 4 chains to a stake, corner to lot No. 6, thence 15 chains to a B. O.; thence S. 3.96 chains 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 chains to a hickory on the bank of branch; thence with the meander 1 ings of said branch about 14 chains to the begining and containing 25.7 acres more or less, and being lot No. 5 in the division of the D. Wise lands. For further reference see Book 172, page 55. ^ This the 14 th day of November, 1933. C. O. P. TfcEXLER, Trustee.’ Nov. 17—Dec. 8. MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a Mortgage Trust Deed Registered in Book No. 91, pagfe 552 made hv T. I.. Gniivhenoiir >nd wife, Ell'en Coughenour for the prelection and benefit of j. M. Holt, Trustee and Mortgagee, oW the 22nd day of January, 1925, J. M. Holt died and his administra tor assigned and transferred th’e Mortgage and Ndt$ above referred to, the holder of the Note applied for and had a substitute Trusted appointed by the Clerk of the Su perior Court,, default having been made in the payment of this debt, which said Mortgage was given to secure, and at the request of the holder of the Note; the undersign ed substituted Trustee will sell at public sale for cash, at the Court House Door in Salisbury on the 16th day of December next, the following property: . Lying about 1 mile North from Spencer, N. G., Beginning at *a stake on the East side of 3rd Street, W. H. Koontz’s corner; thence - with his line about East 361% feet to a stake on the ori ginal line; thence South 1(3 degrees West 5 5 feet to a stake on the line of a 25 foot street; thence with said Street West 351 feet to a stake on 3rd Street; thence with 3rd Street 1 deg. West 58 feet to the beginning. Conveyed by the said T. L. Coughenour and wife, Ellen Cough enour to satisfy the debt provided for in said Mortgage. T. G. FURR, Substituted Trustee.' This the 15 th day of November. 1933. Nov. 17—Dec. 8. ; MOR 1 tj Aljli bALfc Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a Mortgage Trust De|d Registered in Book No. 117 page 84 made by Ed Wood (unmarried) for the protection and benefit pf j the undersigned, on the 14th day of February, 1930, default having been made in the payment of this debt, which said Mortgage ^ was given to secure, the undersigqfd will sell at public‘sale for cashiyit Court House door in Salisbury, Sf C., on the 9th day of Decetttfifir next, the following property j Lot 1. Beginning at a p»e stump Robert Todd’s corner aid runs thence S. 89 deg. E. 3 chains to a dogwodd' Todd and Browff’s corner; thence N. 15 deg. W.A5 chains to a stone on Pat ter s<|» $ line; thence .W.^with said hn«f 5. chains to a ‘stone, Todd’s corner; thence S. 15 deg. 57. 5 chainsHtO. the beginning; containing one a*d one-hdf acres mord or less. For' back title see Deed Book ' 348 in the Office of the Register" of Deeds for Rciwan County. j Lot No. 2. Beginning at a stake in a road Brown's corner on Weav er’s line; thence S. 41 deg. W. 6.29 chains to a stake; thence N. J$7 deg. W. 2.15 chains to a stakS; corner of the property of the Sa^f rit estate; thence with the line of the property of the Safrit estatp.S. 20 deg. E. 4.75 chains to a stake in a road, Porter*! torner; thenta with Porter’s line N. 68 deg. E. 1.80 chains to a stake; thence S. 25 deg. E. 3.70 chains to a stake; thence N. 5.40 deg. E. 11.60 chains to a stake in a road Porter’s corner on Kitchies line; thence with Ritchie’s line N. 43 deg. W. 4./$ chains to a stake, Brown’s cornet; thence with Brown’s line S. 58 deg. W. 3 chains to a stake; thence M. 32 deg. W. 3.80 chains to the bi ginning, containing eight ac«s [ more or less. For' back title a 3 [Deed Book 65, page 454; Book 8 , page 470; Book 136, page 16i ; Book 136, page 169; Office the Register of Deeds. Lot No. 3. Beginning at ' t stake Ritchie’s corner and ru » thence with Ritchie’s line S. 33 de . E. 50 feet to a stake Brown’s cc - ner; thence with Brown’s line . 38 deg. W. 182 ft. to a stak ; thence N. 34 deg. W. 60 feet to i stake; thence N. 38 deg. E. 18 ’ feet to the beginning, containin ► one-fourth of an acre more or lei . For back title see Deed Booh N<. 174 page 103 Office of the Regi: - ter of Deeds. The above descriptions are ac - cording to an actual survey of saijl property made by N. A. Trexlef in March 1929, conveyed by tn said Ed Wood (unmarried) to salt isfy the debt provided for in sail mortgage. This Nov. 2, 1933. T. G. FURR, Trustee. Nov. 10—Dec. I. ; . . \ \ '