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[ LIFE STORIES and big | deals of Samuel Insull and thirteen other money giants are graphically un folded in the new book. Street of Adventure, by ! Edward Jerome Dies, V which promises to become a best seller. SMALLEST, Slow est Train in World —Made of gold and silver. Engine is 1% Ins. long and t runs on a track,;/ 4/2 it. long at / 3 mi. a year. ,. RUBBER BATHING SUITS Are Styles for Beach Wear, > and Maxine Reiner, motion picture star, gives us an eyeful. TEACHER of Business Ti tans Destitute—Joseph Rei ley, now 91, is bedridden in a | ■ Cleveland hospital. He taught Percy Rockefeller, Ogden Mills and the Dodge Brothers. SSKSBSW HEBE’S KATE SMITH, Songbird of the South, with two of the hundreds of thousands of little shut-ins who will be made happy June 10th, with gifts of gorgeous flowers. By way of radio and in person, Kate is helping along the International Flower Shut In Day movement, sponsored by the Florists’ Telegraph Delivery Association and its 7,000 members. She’s asking her listeners to take names and addresses of permanent shut-ins to the shops of florists participating in the movement. Cleveland Route 2 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Steele and Mrs. N. S. Steele visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Byrd of Statesville Sun day morning. Rev. Olin Swicegood preached his first sermon at Providence L. E. Church Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. The usual schedule of services will be followed: Services at 11 o’clock on the third Sundays and at 3 o’clock on the first Sun day. We invite you to worship with us. The Grange school of instruc tion met with the C. S. I. Grange on June third with a good attend ance. _I T> Ti _ ~~A .Til . ailVl mi J, lv. A • 'T 1111V1111 daughters of Statesville visited Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wilhelm Sun day afternoon. Miss Sadie Wilhelm spent several days with Mrs. J. A. Vaughn at Cool Spring last week. Mrs. J. H. Steele is on the sick list, we are sorry to note. We wish for Tier a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell and Mrs. A. E. Pence were in Harmony Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn McDaniel spent the week-end with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rumple. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graham and family and Allan Knox visited friends and relatives at Cana and Mocksville Sunday afternoon and stopped with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Johnson for a while on their return. Mr. Foley Murph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murph and Miss Ruby Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams were mar ried last Saturday. Miss Pauline Turner has return ed after visiting for a week with friends and relatives at Hunter ville. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Belk, Donald, Jerry and Martha Ann visited Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Gray Sunday even ing. Two Sets of Twins Within 10 Months Mayodan.—For the second time within 10 months the stork has visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Atwood and left twins. Twin boys were born to the couple 10 months ago. On May 27 the stork returned with twins again. This time it left girls. ' Say, f*I Saw It in the WATCHMAN Route One Items Mrs. A. L. Powlas and Miss Del la Powlas, of Cleveland, were very welcome visitors at the home of Mrs. John Powlas on the 29th. John Powlas mowed a fine piece of clover hay the first of the week. Mrs. A. P. Shaver and little granddaughter, Ruth are sepnding a while with a son in Kannapolis, J. A. Shaver. We are glad to know that Nellie Sue Moore has been visiting her little cousins, Carrie Jean and Re becca Francis Rash, of Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. C, D. Fink, of Lancaster, S. C., were the guests of Mr. anr Mrs. M. B. Fink of Route One on the second. With Mr. Fink at this time were also Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Flolshouser and children of Kannapolis, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Barber and children of Milford Hills, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fink and son of the county, also Miss Sallie Fink of Kannapolis, the children gathering for the father’s birthday and making the occasion very for mal by spreading a sumptous din ner. The Home Demonstration Club ■meeting last Thursday was enjoyed by all present. The club has been organized and the next meeting; will be on Thursday the 6th, at 2:30 at the regular meeting place, the Grange hall. Topics of gen eral interest will be dwelt upon. On last Thursday a number of our people went fishing and, of course, some had better luck than others. Several fiish fries were held among the boys. Paul Carter has purchased a harvester. H. J. Thompson is harvesting barley. Messrs. Barber and Rice had a busy day Tuesday concerning the cotton contract program. Our community has a very un welcome visitor of the canine species—a large German police dog is helping himself, without invita tion, to the chickens and goats or any form of nourishment desired and seems to be getting by very well regardless of silent protesta tons of the people. negroes on jury lists Wilson.—Shades of Scottsboro hovered over the regular monthly meeting of the county commission ers here when they voted to in* elude negroes in the jury lists of the courts here for the first time ih a number of years. n Efird’s Annual June Sale Swings Into Second Week GROWING BIGGER AND BETTER EVERY DAY f II Dress wide Bed Long Cloth and Lace Sheeting Nainsook , , . , 81” seamless unbleached bed colors, good S’ quality,Paper sheeting, good smooth quali- Yard Wlde quallty 400 snow yard ty. Sale price, per yard white Long Cloth 37c 18c 9c 9-4 Bed White Sheeting Pique 81” seamless unbleached bed Yard wide white pique, a sheeting, per yard good quality, special 18c | 15c 1 ouch Values as These Only Offered by Efird’s I BARGAINS THAT DEMAND ATTENTION Palmolive Soap SPECIAL 5ccake 6 cakes 25c Best Spool Cotton Friday, 3 spools for 10c Solid Color Pique 36” solid color pique, per yard 18c Long Cloth and Nainsook Yard wide quality, 400 snow white long cloth 9c Play Cloth 38” play cloth, solid colors, stripes, etc., for rompers and shirts, per yard 9c Seersuckers 25c quality, woven seersuckers, all colors, stripes, per yard r _ A June Sale Special Silk Dresses $1.79 Clever copy in acetate of very expensive new This is a wonderful group of dresses made of material. Feels like soft silk jersey but it’s not silk, acetate, rough crepes, silk rayons, prints, stretchy like jersey. New spring pastel colors. and plain pastel colors. Sizes 14 to~20. $2.79 FASHION $3.75 Remarkable for their smart fashion. High quality DRESSES. Beautiful styles in prints, dots, matelasse, pure dye silk one piece and two piece sizes 14 to 20 and 38 to 48. Ti ■ - LADIES’ FELT SLIPPERS, I2Sc PAIR — Ladies’ felt bedroom slippers. As- H sorted colors, all sizes 4 to 8, BN JUNE SALE PRICE jjjfl I 25c f LADIES’ WHITE SPORT OX FORDS, $1.4* PAIR Ladies’ all white and white with h brown trim, punch trim and cut | out styles. Goodyear sewed solid leather soles. A regular $2.00 value. JUNE SALE PRICE $1.44 I LADIES’ DRESSY WHITE ! SLIPPERS, 97c PAIR ■n Ladies’ white cool mesh cloth leath ■ er sole, 3 eye tie. White novelty M cloth T strap leather sole, Cuban ■ heel. White 3-eye tie. Low heel ■ leather sole. All newest styles. ■ JUNE SALE PRICE 1 97c MEN’S SUMMER SUITS Men’s and young men’s new non-shrnik sanforized wash suits. Light colors—swell patterns in young men’s and men’s sizes—regular or fancy back. Values up to $7.50. Sale price $4.90 OUR BETTER SUITS Merrit and other makes of men’s and young men’s suits. Plenty of styles, colors and sizes $10.75 i i i i Sanforized Non-Shrink Slacks _ White Duck Youth’s white sanforized duck II Men’s super shrunk white duck pants |H pants $135 f $125 SALISBURY, N. C.