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I WITH THE WATCHMAM CAMERAMAN I
DOROTHY THOMPSON, maga
zine writer and special corres
pondent, in private life is Mrs.
Sinclair Lewis. She was invited
|t» leave Ger
many in twenty,
four hours by
the Hitler gov
ernment.
I
I*# ^ • •
HERO OF WORLD
Lynwood "Schoolboy"
pitching ace of the
Tigers, who has tied the
victories. Note his ability^ojiold seven balls Jin one
I $
MICRO • SENSITIVE. — !|
(Skilled girt operators testing |
|new micro-sensitive tubes at I
the Century of Progress Ex- |j
position. One of the interest- “
ing operations in the making
of a modern radio vacuum
tube which visitors to the if;
Fair see turned out by the |
thousands daily in the RCA §
tube making exhibit. * gi
th'-.. DREAM LINES AND 4
1; STREAMLINES — On 8
8 II sultry summer days, this 8
P aV sextet of beauties come
down to the sea in an
mpi Airflow De Soto. The
girls, dancers from War.
ner Brothers' First Na
' 1 tional Studio, practice
; their "routine” on the
w sands, where the cool
” breezes blow.
STRIKE LEADER
Flourishing two
guns as he lay in
bed recovering
from a severe beat
ing administered by
non-union sympath
izers, Okey O'Dell,
38-year-old onion
ttrike leader of Mc
Quffey,' Ohio, chal
l-mges his abduc
tors to run him out.
•f town.
* «
Ralph Kirberry, heard every Thurs
day and Sunday on the new Monav,:
Treasure Chest programs c^er a
coast to coast neewc-ri:, drcsr/t stop
at singing. Nt»* a crack shot. coach
of severs! police f-'scot teams, an e«
cellent golfer r.-i one of New Jc.
sey’s best fishe..ren as this picture
shows.
HEY, LEGGO!—Two minds with a singl<
thought, two bills with a single fish are caus
ir.o two sewgoiis to fight it out.
EVERYDAY SUGGESTIONS
I believe in the strictest economy
in food, of course, but I draw the
line of caution at "warmed-over
stuff” in hot weather. Better pre
pare fresh food for each meal,—the
quantity measured so that little or
none will be left over as waste, or
to be warmed over in its stale con
dition.
What set me to thinking of this
—I had a midnight summons this
week, to attend a mother and her
nine-year old daughter—both suf
fering acutely-severely—vomiting
and purging; they could hardly be
still long enough to answer my
questions as to the probable cause.
WpII 1-VtPir Vt'iA KnfVi pijfpn
at a public cafe; a bowl of chicken
and-noodles had been prepared foi
the noon dinner, in over-supply:
the left-over part had been chuck
ed into the ice box—and cams
handy for the evening meal.
A son, also with the mother, hac
not eaten any of the noodles 01
chicken—he did not have any trou
ble; the identity of the offender waj
plain. Of course it had beccmi
infected in some way, and was cer
tainly stale, over-cooked, devoid oi
sweet, pure, nourishing properties
Better watch the refrigerator too
—if you are in the habit of storing
desserts, meats, etc.—one can’t b
too clean.
The nation-wide study of pun
foods, has about done away witl
the old-time "summer complaints’
that used to make the warm seasor
a nightmare for the family doctor
INTERNAL! HEMORRHAGE
Dear reader, pray that you mai
never encounter a case of this kind
where it is up to you to rendei
[any sort of "first aid.” I cannot
think of a much more serious thing
than an interal hemorrhage! Here,
even the doctor is extremely appre
hensive.
Most internal hemorrhages are
from some point in the intestine or,
possibly indeed, from rupture of
sutures following a deep surgical
operation. Typhoid fever, once so
prevalent with its horrible ulcera
tions of the bowel,—I have seen a
patient’s life go out in a few ter
rible minutes!
Then, fearful bleedings some
times take place with a woman at
her "change of life,” when she is
around forty-five or fifty years of
age. These often come suddenly,
and without warning, as I have
seen many a time,—frghtening the
patient ana ncr laiuuy annubt nita
fits! In this form of emergency,
get the patient to bed—loosen all
garments at once and stop all mus
cular exertion on part of the pa
. tient. These cases are not very of
ten causes of death, I am glad to
, say. Have a low pillow for the pa
, tient—and the foot of the bed
raised a foot or more. Give cool or
: cold drinks—never hot—and no
alcohol.
Symptoms of internal hemorrh
‘ age are: Sudden pallet of the sur
[ face; weakening of the pulse at the
' wrist; sudden, intensive weakness
with short, "sighing” breathing;
: indifference to surroundings—the
| "sinking feeling.” Then, blurring
of the vision, pallor and cold, clam
1 my sweat.
In presence of these symptoms,
give no medicine or hot, stimulat
ing drink, without specific orders
’ from the doctor. Maintain the
, most perfect quiet and smile if
1 you can,—till doctor comes.
Establish Pool For
Cotton Certificates
the Secretary of Agriculture, it is
Cotton farmers whose production announced by the 'Agricultural Ad
is over their allotment will be able justment Administration. The sale
to purchase additional tax exemp- price has been set at four cents per
tion certificates and those whose pound.
production is under their allotment "This plan of handling the excess
will be able to sell surplus certifi- certificates,” says Charles A. Shef
cates through a national pool, under field, assistant extension director at
the provisions of a ruling issued by State College in charge of the cot
ton adjustment program in North
Carolina, "does not mean that the
Government will purchase such cer
tificates but does mean that those
who have more certificates than
they have cotton to gin and sell
may turn the excess certificates over
to the manager of the national sur
plus cotton tax-exemption certifi
cate pool who will handle them for
producers under a trust agreement.”
The price of four cents per pound
is approximately 70 percent of the
tax of 5.67 cents per pound impos
ed by the Bankhead Act on the gin
ning of cotton. Under the pool
provisions, farmer's who do not pro
duce as much cotton as their allot
ment calls for will get some cash
from excess certificates and those
farmers who produce more than
their allotments will be able to gin
and sell some of their excess. Ernest
L. Deal of Florence, Ala., has been
designed manager of the pool.
When the pool is closed, all funds
on hand from the sale of the certifi
cates, after deducting expenses, will
be distributed among producers and
'each producer will receive his share
I in the proportion the poundage sur
rendered by him bears to the total
poundage in the pool. In addition,
each producer will be returned his
pro rata share of the unsold surplus
certificates, which may be used next
year in the event the Bankhead Act
is continued another season.
The plan also includes provision
for local sales of tax-exemption
certificates in a county at the same
price by individual farmers providi
ed the sales are made through the
office of the assistant in cotton ad
justment in the county in which the
certificates sold were distributed.
Farmers wishing to participate in
the pool, either as sellers or buyers
of certificates, should make arrange
ments through their county assist
ants in cotton adjustment.
Black-Draught Brings
Refreshing Relief of
Constipation Troubles
Constipation produces many dis
agreeable sensations, several of
•which are mentioned by Mr. T. E.
Stlth, of Boonville, Ind., who
writes: “I have used Thedford’s
Black-Draught many years when
needed for biliousness and other
minor ills when a laxative was
needed. I have a tight feeling in
my chest when I get bilious. I get
dizzy and feel very tired, Just don’t
feel like doing my work. After
taking Black-Draught, I feel much
better. This is why I continue to
use it when needed.” . . . Thed
fprd’s Black-Draught is a good,
purely vegetable laxative, obtain
able for 254 a package.
1
LEGAL NOTICES
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Lewis A. Kesler, Trustee of W. E.
Roseman,
vs.
W. E. Roseman, Rufus Cletus
Roseman et als.
NOTICE
Rufus Cletus Roseman, one of
the defendants above named, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Rowan
County, North Carolina, to permit
the plaintiff to resign as Trustee
and the substitution of another
Trustee in his stead and that the
defendant, as a conditional Legatee,
has an interest in the funds of the
said Trustee; and the said defend
ant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the of
fice of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of said County in the court
house in Salisbury, North Carolina,
on the 6th day of October, 1934,
or within ten days thereafter and
answer or demur to the complaint
in this action or the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
Dated this the 6th day of Sep
fpmher 1934.
B. D. McCubbins, Clerk Superior
Court, Rowan County, N. C.
Sept. 14—Oct. 5.
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
W. C. Fisher, Plaintiff
vs.
Leslie Mae Fisher, Defendant.
Notice of Service by Publication
The defendant above named
Leslie Mae Fisher, will take notice
that an action entitled as above ha;
been instituted in the Superioi
Court of Rowan County, whereir
W. C. Fisher is the plaintiff anc
Leslie Mae Fisher, the defendant
for the purpose of obtaining an ab
solute divorce irom tne aeienaani
on the grounds of two years’ separa
tion. The said defendant will fur
ther take notice that she is requir
ed to appear at the office of the
Clerk of Superior Court of Rowar
County, at Salisbury, N. C., on the
6th day of October, 1934, anc
answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff, filed in this action
within thirty days from said date
or the plaintiff will be granted the
relief demanded.
| This the 7th day of September,
1934.
B. D. McCubbins, Clerk Superior
Court.
L. M. Abernathy, Attorney.
Sept. 14—Oct. 5.
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY. •
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
IN the matter of Hallie E. 'Cress,
Executrix of the estate of Mrs.
Abigail E. C. Cress, et al.
vs.
Kirby L. Cress, Ernest M. Cress,
W. Earle Cress, Marie Cress Shup
ing, Hobart R. Cress, et al.
RE-SALE OF MRS. CRESS
HOUSES AND LOTS.
Pursuant to an order of Court,
directing a re-sale of lots Nos. 1, 2,
3 and 4, of the Mrs. Abigail E. C.
Cress property on Chestnut Hill,
the undersigned will sell at public
auction, at the Court House Door,
in the City of Salisbury, at Noon.
on Monday, October 1st, 1934
Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, as showr
on the Map of Mrs. C. M. Cress
property. Lot No. 1 bidding will
commence at $301.18, and the bid
der to assume and pay off a mort
gage of about $1075, and taxes of
about $225, including for 1934
and that bidding commence on Los
No. 2 at $768.39; Lot No. 3 at
$804.30; and Lot No. 4 at $768.39
Taxes on Lots Nos. 2, 3 and 4 wil
be paid from proceeds of sale. Nc
mortgage on these lets.
Reference is made to the Maf
filed in the Office of the Registei
of Deeds for description and sizi
of lots.
This September 7th, 1934.
W. T. Burke, Commissioner.
Sept. 14—21.
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY.
Ia the Superior Court,
•n f *T»1. _
UCiUU- lilt
'J. W. Sloan, Administrator of M
Lula Sloan, and J. W. Sloan
Ys.
Walter Sloan and wife Emm;
Sloan; Theodore Sloaris Maderie
McLean Suggs and husband Clar
ence Suggs, et als.
NOTICE
The defendants Walter Sloan anc
wife Emma Sl*an, Theodore Sloan
Maderie McLean Suggs and hus
band Clarence Suggs will take
notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Rowan County
North Carolina, to sell land it<
make assets with which to pay the
debts of plaintiff’s intestate; and
the said defendants will further
take notice that fhey are required
to appear at the office of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of said
County in the courthouse in Salis
bury, N. C., on the 5 th "day of
October, 1934, or within 10 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 com
plaint.
This the 5 th day of September,
1934.
B. D. McCubbins, CIctk Superior
Court of Rowan County, North
Carolina.
Sept. 7—28.
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY.
In the Superior Court,
Before the Clerk.
« . it i r r 1 •
w. j. nugncs, in uciiaix ux liuu
self, and all other creditors of the
Estate of Lee Walker,
Vs.
Mary L. Wilson, Administratrix;
Henry Walker; Theo Walker; Mary
Wilson; and Jesse Walker, minor;
et al.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
The defendants, Henry Walker,
Theo Walker, Jesse Walker, and all
unknown heirs at law of the late
Lee Walker will take notice that
an action, entitled as above, has
been commenced in the Superior
Court of Rowan County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of selling
the real estate belonging to the Es
tate of the late Lee Walker for the
purpose of making assets to pay the
debts of the said Estate; that said
defendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear at
the office of the Clerk of the Sup
erior Court of said County, in the
courthouse in the City of Salis
bury, N. C., on the 6th day of
October, 1934, or within ten days
thereafter, and answer or demur to
the petition in said action, or the
petitioner will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said peti
tion.
This the 5 th day of September,
1934.
T» T'\ _ ✓"■'I L r* _-_
XJ • J-V.
Court of Rowan County, N. C.
Geo. Uzzell, Attorney for Peti
tioner.
Sept. 7—28
SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE
PURSUANT to the terms of a
certain Mortage Deed of Trust,
dated August 4th, 1924, executed
by Thomas Pinkston (Widower),
to J. H. Johnson, Trustee, which is
recorded in the Office of the Regis
ter of Deeds for Rowan County, in
Book of Mortgages No. 91, page
198, default having been made in
the payment of the indebtendness
thereby secured, and at the request
of the holder of such indebtedness,
the undersigned will expose for sale,
at public auction, for cash, at the
Court House Door, in the City of
i* i J_ j_
jaiiouui ^ , uu jatuiua^ s luv, uiu ua^>
of October, 1934, at 12 noon, the
following described real estate:
Lying in the South Ward of the
Town of Salisbury, N. C., and on
the South side of the N. C. R. R.,
adjoining the lands of Joseph
Horah, N. C. Railroad and Col.
Wiseman, BEGINNING at a stone,
"Col.’’ Wiseman’s corner on Rail
road line1; thence with said Wise
man’s line South 45 E. 3.21 chains
to a Stone on Ditch Bank; thence
South 1.33 chains to a Stone on
Ditch Bank; thence N. 45 W. 4.30
chains to a Stone on Railroad line;
thence with said line N. 60 E. 1.33
chains to the beginning, containing
Zz acre (One-half) and being the
same more or less.
It being a portion of Horah field
fronting on the N. C. Railroad
between "Dixonville”, and the Na
tional Cemetery.
For back title see deed from
Tames Horah to Thomas Pinkston,
duly registered in the register's
Office of Rowan County, in Book
of Deeds No. 63, page 393.
On this lot is located a six-room
dwelling house.
A ten per cent cash deposit on
price bid will be required to be put
up by the bidder on day of sale,
otherwise, the next highest bidder
will be declared the purchaser.
This 1st day of September, 1934.
R. LEE WRIGHT, Assignee and
Substituted Trustee.
Sept. 7—28.
SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE
» PURSUANT to the terms of a
certain Mortgage Deed of Trust,
dated December 18th, 1924, execut
ed by P. C. Deal, and wife, Mar
tha H. Deal, to R. Lee Wright,
Trustee, which is recorded in the
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Rowan County, in Book of Mort
i gages Nb. 91, page 247, default
I having been made in the payment
of the indebtedness thereby secur
ed, and at the request of the hold
er of such indebtedness, the under
signed will expose for sale, at pub
lic auction, for cash, at the Court
House Door, in the City of Salis
bury, on Saturday, the 6th day of
October, 1934, at 12 Noon, the
following described real estate:
One tract of land in Atwell
Township, and bounded as fol
lows:
BEGINNING at a stone in Ed
miston’s corner, running thence
S. 69 deg. W. 12.50 chains to a
stone; thence N. 22 /z deg. W. 8.50
chains to a stone; thence N. 53%
deg. W. 4.75 chains to an apple
tree; thence N. 20 deg. W. 7.75
chains to a stone on the old line;
thence N. 82*4 deg. W. 11.50
chains to a cedar tree; thence S. 9
deg. W. 18 chains to a stone;
thence S. 55 deg E. 10.20 chains
to a post oak (down); thence S.
86 deg. E. 25.25 chains to a stone;
thence N. 3 W. 15.23 chains to
the beginning, containing 5 7 %
acres, more or less.
For back title see deed from Geo.
B. Woodward and his wife, S. J.
Woodward, to P. C: Deal, register
ed in Book of Deeds No. 68, page
452 in the Register’s Office of
Rowan County.
A ten per cent casn deposit on
price bid will be required to be
put up by the bidder on day of
sale, otherwise, the next highest
bidder will be declared the pur
chaser.
This 1st day of September 1934.
R. LEE WRIGHT, Trustee.
Sept. 7—28.
SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE
PURSUANT to the terms and
provisions of a certain mortgage
deed of trust executed on May 25 th
1927 by W. H. Barringer and wife,
Nora Barringer, to J. E. Fisher,
Trustee, which is duly recorded in
the office of Register of Deeds of
Rowan County in book of mort
gages No. 100, page 187, default
having been made in the payment
of the indebtedness therein secured,
and at the request of the holder of
the note thereby secured, the un
dersigned, J. E. Fisher, Trustee, will
expose for sale at public auction,
for cash, at the court house door
in the City of Salisbury, N. C., on
Saturday, October 13th, 1934, at
the hour of 12M., the following de
scribed property:
One lot in the town of Granite
Quarry, lying near the depot and
adjoining Tulius Arev and being
part of the J. M. Lyerly tract and
bounded as follows: Beginning at a
stone near the depot on the edge of
depot street, Julius Arey’s corner;
thence South 77 deg. East 75 feet to
a stone, a new corner; thence with
J. M. Lyerly’s line North 7 ^ deg.
East 168 feet to a stone, a new
corner; thence South 59 deg. West
78 feet to a stone, Julius Arey’s
corner; thence with Arey’s line
South 15 deg West 114 feet to the
beginning, the above tract being
part of a tract conveyed by deed
from D. M. Beck and wife to J.
M. Lyerly, registered in book No.
174, page 78. Register’s Office.
This September 10th, 1934.
J. E. Fisher, Trustee.
Sept. 21—Oct. 12.
North Carolina, Rowan County.
NOTICE OF SALE OF AUTO
MOBILE
Pursuant to section 243 5 of the
Consolidated Statutes of North
Carolina and amendments thereto,
the amount being $95.00 due and
more than 90 days having elapsed
since work was performed, the un
dersigned, will, on Wednesday,
October 3, 1934, at 12:00 o’clock
M., expose for sale at the Salisbury
Motor Co., Inc., at 122 W. Innes
ot., Salisbury, IN. L., the (following
described personal property to-wit:
ONE MODEL A FORD SPORT
COUPE, MOTOR NO. A
4007292, belonging to D. C. Rog
ers, Washington, D. C.
This motor vehicle is being sold
to satisfy a certain lien for repairs
and work performed upon it.
Dated this the 17th day of Sept.
1934.
SALISBURY MOTOR CO., INC.
By Donald Clement, Manager.
Sept. 21—28.
BANKRUPT’S PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE
WILLIAN LEWIS WALTON,
Bankrupt
IN BANKRUPTCY,
To the Honorable JOHNSON
J. HAYES, Judge of the District
Court of the United States, For the
Middle District of North Carolina:
William Lewis Walton, of Salis
bury, in the county of Rowan, and
State of North Carolina, in said
district, respectfully represents that
on the 22nd day of March last past,
he was duly adjudged bankrupt
under *the acts of Congress relating
to bankruptcy; that he has duly
surrendered all of his property and
rights of property, and he has fully
complied with all the (requirements
Schaub Is Named
Public Director
Of Cotton Co-op
Appointment of I. O. Schaub,
dean of the School of Agriculture
at North Carolina State College, as
public director of the North Caro
lina Cotton Growers Cooperative
Assication has been announced by
Governor J. C. B. Ehringhaus.
In making the appointment
Governor Ehringhaus said that he
was glad to pay tribute to "such
an eminent agricultural authoritiy
and one who over a period bf years
has rendered such valuable service
to the farmers of the State.”
The by-laws of the cooperative
provide that in addition to the re
gular number of elected directors
there shall be one director repre
senting the public at large.
In accepting the appointment
Dean Schaub expressed keen interest
in cooperative marketing and espe
ciailly in the North Carolina Cot
ton Growers Cooperative Associa
tion, an organization of more than
17,000 cotton farmers and the
i_r__• _
"One of the biggest fields in
which the cotton cooperatives are
rendering real service is in giving
farmers the opportunity to dispose
of their cotton on a grade and
staple basis while farmers on the
outsidie do not always have this op
portunity,” Dean Schaub said.
He pointed out that more and
more cotton is being produced in
this State of high quality that will
demand a premium when sold
through a cooperative organiz
ation.
Born on a farm in Stokes county,
Dean Schaub was educated at the
North Carolina State College, and
has been actively identified with
the State extension service as its
director since 1924. Prior to that
time he was in’ charge of State club
work and to him should go the
credit for organizing the first 4-H
club in North Carolina, 25 years
ago.
Charmed Rabbit
Saved From Snake
Clearfield.—Take it from Grov
er Condon, and Wiljfiam Keeler,
snakes can charm birds or animals.
Motoring along Four Mile road,
they recount, they saw a cotton
tail sitting in their path, ignoring
their car and staring across the
highway.
Condon and Wheeler stopped,
heard an ominous sound, discov
ered it was caused by a rattler, and
shot the reptile.
Released from the optic spell by
the rattler’s death, the rabbit scur
ried away. Its rescuers say the
snake measured 49 inches.
Many people complain because
their dollars have been devalued, but
others say that 40 per cent taken
out of $0.00 doesn’t leave them any
worse off.
Some people claim that we are
out of step with modern times, but
perhaps the modern times step is
only a goosestep.
of said acts and of the orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may
be decreed by the court to have a
full discharge from all debts pro
vable against his estate under said
bankruptcy acts, except such debts
as are excepted by law from such
discharge.
Dated this 13th day of Septem
ber, 1934.
Signed—William Lewis Walton,
Bankrupt.
Order of Notice Thereon f '
Middle District of North Carolina,
ss: ,
On the 13 th day of September,
1934 on reading the foregoing peti
tion, it is ordered by the court, that
a hearing be had upon the same on
the 15th day of October, 1934, be
fore W. T. Shuford, Referee in
Bankruptcy, at Salisbury N. C., in
said district, at 4:30 o’clock in the
afternoon; and that notice thereof
be published in the Carolina
Watchman a newspaper printed in
said district, and that all known
creditors and other persons in in
terest may appear at the said time
and place and show cause, if any
thev have, whv thp r,,---! end
petitioner should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
court, that the Referee in Bank
ruptcy shall send by mail to all
known creditors, copies of said
petition and this order, addressed
to them at their places of resi
dence, as stated. ' .
Witness the Honorable Johnson
J. Hayes, judge of the said court,
and the seal thereof,, at Greensboro,
N. C., in said district, on the 1 b, .
day of September, 1934.
Signed—Johnson J. Hayes,
United States Judge, >

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