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Capitol Monday and Tuesday
!jGh! U^Sel^DUT^^L^WnnIE. HURST'S
'BACK. STREET" t/w/ve«sAt /’(crafts
"T. CITY and COUNTY =T
2 IVEWS BRIEFS 2
CITY SCHOOLS OPEN
The city- schools opened Monday
with a record breaking first-day at
tendance of 4,095. In 1931 a total
of 4,075 began work the first day
while in 1930, 3,903 started.
BUYS VALUABLE PROPERTY
Announcement has been made of
the purchase of the business building
located on the south corner of Innes
and Lee Streets by Geo. E. Weant
from Walter H. Woodson, trustee.
The property was formerly owned1 by
PASTOR ACCEPTS NEW WORK
Rev. B. J. Peeler, for the past nine
years pastor of the First Reformed
church of this city, has resigned his
charge here anjd accepted a call to
* the First Reformed church of Bur
ROWAN FAIR SEPT. 26—OCT. 1.
The Rowan county fair will begin
September 1 and continue through
October 1, according to an announ
cement made by Paul Whitlock, sec
retary. The fair catalogue, itemizing
the events, prizes and premiums has
been published and is being distri
The Riubin-Cherry Model Shows
will provide 'some of the attractions
of the fair. Fireworks will conclude
each day’s activities.
CROP LOAN AGENT
F. B. Benson, field inspector and
collector for crop production loans
will be in Rowan county Thursday
of each week at the following places
at time designated to receive pay
ments on loans granted farmers to
produce 1932 crops, as all crops are
under first lien and payment must
be made as crops are sold1.
Cleveland, W. Q. Johnson’s gin,
7 to 8 a. m.; Barber, J. R. Bame’s
gin, 8 to 9 a. m.; Mt. Ulla, J. C.
Sherrill’s gin,^10 to 11 a. m.; Mt.
Ulla, R. 1, C. A. Corriher’s gin, 11
to 12 noon; Landis, Linn Mills gins,
1 to 2 p. m.; Salisbury, county a
gent’s office, 2 to J p. m.
MRS. IDA HALL
Mrs. Ida L. Hall, 71, wife of Joe
S. Hall, Bear Popular, died Sunday
morning from a heart attack at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert
L. Steele, with whom she had lived
for some time.
Funeral services were 1 conducted
from the home of Mrs. Steele Mon
day. Interment followed in the
Thyatira Presbyterian church ceme
Surviving arae the following:
Joe S. 'Hall, her husband, and' five
children: Newberry, F., of near Mill
Bridye; F. Grady, of the old home
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place; Carl W. of near Bear Poplar;
Mrs. Robert L. Steele, of near Bear
Poplar; and Mrs. James R. Haw
kins, formerly of Albemarle, but
now of Charlotte.
.CATAWBA COLLEGE OPENS
Catawba College opened Wednes
day with an enrollment of over 300
and with the largest freshman class
in its history. The enrdllment is
expected to run over 400 by the end
of the week.
NEGRO WOMAN KILLED
Sheriff Cal Miller and Coroner W.
L. Tatum are investigating the death
of Letha Boler, colored woman, who
was killed in an automobile wreck
Tuesday r\ight in Cleveland town
ship. Arthur Cheeks, white, is being
held in jail pending the outcome of
LEGION!' COMMITTEES NAMED
Commander Kent Goley of the
Samuel C. Hart post of the Ameri
can Legion, announced the following
committee heads at |the| September
J. A. Dunn, Americanism; Victor
Yost, civic affairs; J. H. McKenzie,
memorial flag escort; Nick Yantsios
membership; Frank P. Buck, finan
ce; Kirby Cress, house; B. D. Mc
Cubbins, guardianship; M. E. Wool
len, entertainment; R. N. Wingate,
publicity; Harry Wheeler, athletics:
C. V. Roberts, public relations; J. L.
Haynes, rehabilitation; the Rev.
Marshall Woodson!, child welfare.
In addition to Commander Goley,
other officers are: Nick Yantsios, first
vice president; J. L. Haynes, second
vice president; R. Landers Davis, ad
jutant; Charles Coggin, one year,
Donald Clement, 2 years, J. H. Mc
Kenzie, three years, members of ex
ecutive committee. Mr., McKenzie
was elected to serve the three year
term on the executive committee to
replace Bryce Beard, who resigned
upon his recent election as state com
mander of the American legion.
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FROM BEST LAXATIVE PLANTS
Sunshine, Bain and Soil produce
the foods you eat at every meal—
that rebuild your body as you
work, play, live.
Sunshine, Bain and Soil also
produce plants that clear up trou
ble in the digestive system of your
body. From the best of such me
dicinal plants is Black-Draught
made. The right plants are se
lected, finely ground, and packaged >
for your convenient use,— a nat
ural remedy for sluggish, slow
acting, clogged bowels.
Count on refreshing relief from
constipation troubles when you
take Thedford’s Black-Draught.
For Children, get the new, pleasant
tasting SYRUP of Thedford’s Black
Draught. In 254 and 604 bottles.
Hens, lb. 15c
Eggs, dozen _-_ 28c
Sliced country ham, lb. __ 48c
Country ham, whole, lb. .. 25c
Country side meat, lb._15c
We dress and deliver chickens
121 Fisher St. Phone 738
Fine Quality yard wide Sheeting.
Special, per yard
1 " 11 1 ■
Yard wide best Sea Island Sheet
17 yards for
Yard wide Long Cloth, perfect
ihort lengths on sale today. While
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Short length play or-romper cloth j |
colored cambric; remnants yard i
wide long cloth, good sheeting, j I
remnant, bleach, domestic, etc
On sale today,
Silk Hosiery Will Cost More Later
A new lot ladies’ all pare Silk Fall I
Fashion Hosiery. All new fall colors,
regular 89c and 98c value. Slightly irre
guluar. Sale price
48c, 2 pfs 95c
SENIOR CLASS MESH HOSE
Every r ew fhll Ladies, and Miss
color es rayon mesh
n«- hose, 25c values,
2 pairs _. $1 25 1OC pair
,l-. -. ■’ Jl'.. -1 . . y;
w At Summer Prices
All new styles and fabrics, prints, flat I
crepes, canton crepes, rough, sport cloth
in navy, black, brown, wine, in fact every
shade' and style ,
' Summer Silk Dresses -
$1 and $2
Misses better print school Dresses.
Guaranteed fast colors. Beautiful*
new styles. A real 98c value
59c, 2 for $1
70 x 80 Part Wool - 98c
72 x 84 Part Wool, solid color $2.39
72 x 84 Avery 00111,16 PartWo01
$1.95 $1.95 pr.
Cotton Goods May Cost More—
STAPLE COTTON GOODS
28 inch good romper or shirt cloth, good short lengths, per yard
7 l-2c .
Cheviots in solid colors and good shirt and dress styles, 10c yard,
12 yards for
Yard' wide Truth bleach domestic, 10c yard, 12 yards for |
Finest 36 inch Pacific nainsook, 10c yard, 12 yards for I
Quality 2000 longcloth, 10c yard, 12 yards for
Boys’ Novelty Weave school Youths jacket fancy SPORT
Men’s good broad cloth dress shirts, white and colors, woven
madras and print®. Values to 98c
63c, 2 for$ 1.00
Newest materials, best makes
Pan>s at $1.65. Makes, styles and qualities that look like double
value., j All dark colors
BIG SHOE VALUES
Ladies’ Pumps, Oxfords and Black Kid Ties
on Bargain counter.
Here you will find the finest all wool mat
erials. Values to almost double sale price
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