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274,375 Men In
President Roosevelt’s instruc
tions to place 250,000 unemployed
men at work in the nation’s forest:,
by July 1 have been carried out,
Robert Fechner, director of emer
gency conservation work, advised
the Chief Executive.
In all a t oral of 274,375 men
were enrolled at conditioning
tramps, Fechner said in a letter to
Mr. Roosevelt. Twenty-five thou
sand war veterans are being enroll
ed as an addition to the corps.
Praising the work of the war de
partment which co-operated with
his staff in organizing the 1330
forest camps, Fechner said:
"The reports show that the war
department, to succeed, had to
eclipse the mobilization record
made by the army during the early
period of the World War.’’
The gigantic task was completed
in 10 weeks. Fechner said reports
received at his office indicated the
mobilization of the forest army
"has gone a long way toward
breaking the back of the depres
"Business conditions throughout
the whole country,” he advised Mr.
Roosevelt, "have been tremendous
ly stimulated through the expendi
ture of funds needed for the feed
ing, clothing housing and work
ing of such a large number of
The government spends $8 5,000
each day on food for the forest
workers, Fechfrier said. The men
consume the beef procured from
3 50 steers and nearly 22 5,000 one
pound loaves of bread daily.
Plans to construct temporary
wooden barracks in sections where
cold weather is expected early in
the fall are being considered. Ar
rangements are being made to pipe
water into the camps) from springs
or streams or to sink wells.
Water heaters are being provided
for the shower baths. It is plan
ned to furnish electric lights either
by connection with nearby power
lines or by the installation of small
The population of the Unite i
States now is approximately 12 5,
693.000, an increase of 2,:917,
954 over April 1, 1930, rhe Cen
sus Bureau estimated.
New York’s population was esti
mated to have increased from 12,
588,066 in 1930 to 12,695,000;
of Pennsylvania, from 9,631,3 50
to 9,787,000; of Illinois from 7,
630,654 to 7,826,000; tf Califor
nia from 5,677,2 51 to 6,062,000
and of Texas from 5,824,715 to
Nevada continues the least
populous state registering 91,05 8
inhabitants in 1930 compared to
93,000 at the present estimate.
Correct this sentence: "I am so
aroud of you at a party,” said the
husband, "when you talk that
Got Over Weak,
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 50 years, Cardui has
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You want to talk with a friend across town or in
another city—and that is when the telephone serves you
After all, life is made up of major and lesser incidents
like these—when you need to speak to someone, or they
want to call you.
If you try to determine the value of telephone
service, a good way it might be measured is by its pro
tection in emergencies when a swift summons must be
sent to the doctor, the police, the fire department. Or its
value may be summed up in the many little errands it
runs for you every day.
But whatever the yardstick, most folks agree the
value of telephone service is so great and the cost so
reasonable that it really doesn’t pay to try to do with
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No matter what
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You’re The Loser
WHEN you allow Headache, Neuralgia,
Muscular, Rheumatic, Sciatic or Periodic
Pains to keep you from work or pleasure.
You can’t go places and do things when you
are suffering—and the work or good times
won’t wait for you.
Why allow P-?in to rob you of Health. Friends.
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used for the relief of pain for more than forty
years. They taste good, act quickly, do not
upset the stomach, nor cause constipation,
leave no dull, depressed feeling.
Thousands have used them for twenty, thirty,
forty years, and still find that nothing else
relieves pain so promptly and effectively.
Why don’t you try them? Once you know
how pleasant they are to take, how quickly
and effectively they relieve, you won’t want
to go back to disagreeable, slow acting medi
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relief when Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills will relieve you in ten to
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AOTI WIW PIUS
WOLRD’S FAIR BEAUTY SPOT
One of the most beautiful spots at A Century of Progress—the
Chicago World’s Fair—is the Horticulture exhibit. Lorraine Westphal
and Dorothy Johnson are pictured in a Greek dance in the Old Mill
gardens, one of the many sylvari dells in the exhibit.
Health Expert Tells
How To Keep Cool
A new set of directions for keep
ing cool during burning summer
weather was diawn up by Miss
Daisy Pitts, health education sec
retary who said that while she
was primarily concerned with
maintaining the health of the
girls and women under her care,
the rules would apply just as well
to men and boys.
"First of all,” she said, "avoid
eating rich foods. They are not
made for summer consumption.
This particular season demands the
predominance of green vegetable;
and fruits in the diet.”
Her next rules were as follows:
2. Avoid eating, between meals,
or overeating at meals.
3. Wear loose-fitting clothes.
4. Avoid getting excited.
3. Avoid over-exertion, especial
ly in the early afternoon hours
when the sun is at its hottest.
6. Drink such cooling drinks as
iced lemonade or iced limeade.
Woman Hater Weds;
Queer Wagdrs Laid
Renton, Wash.—Strange goings
on have happened here—the result
of a bet.
Lew Cross, somewhat robust,
climbed a flagpole.
Bert Olson rode a kiddie car a
round the streets.
Benny Richards paraded for
three hours in the business district
in a bathing suit.
Fred Steiner, town barber, mar
celled an Airedale.
It all came about when Armond
Phillips, a well-known "woman
hater" told the boys the first of
the week he was going to be mar
ried. They laughed:
"Ha! Ha- We’ll bet—’’
And he was married to Miss
Myrtle Carey of Issaquah.
HEN THIEF CONSIDERATE
McAlester, Okla.—John Chat
ham had 39 chickens now he has
three—a rooster and two hens.
Pinned to the henhouse door when
the farmer discovered his loss was
the following note:
"I steel from the rich, and I
steel from the pore
'.I will leave the old rooster to
raze some mor.”
60-Day Test Is
Set For Industry
A 60-day period was set by the
counsel for the industrial recovery
administration as a test of wheth
er American business will raise to
the direction of private industry.
"If the industrial control plan
should fail,’’ Donald R. Richbcrg
told the New York Merchants as
sociation "it will not be a failure
of government; it will be the fail
ure of an industrial system.
"It will mean either that the
system is fundamentally unsound
or that the present managers of
private industry are incapable of
operating it successfully.
If the program is not rolling
forward within the next (=0 Jays
because of the holding back, by
either group (business or labor),
they will be indicted for incompet
ence by the suffering millions v/h-j
are now giving to industrial lead
ership one more chance—perhaps
the last—to justify its existence”
Political control of private in
dustry was termned inevitable by
Richberg in the event business
fumbles this opportunity. Indus
try has r.o choice, he said, between
intelligently planned and controll
ed operations and a return to "the
gold plated anarchy that masquer
aded as rugged individualism.”
This age has its charms:, but it
hasn’t produced anything with the
million-dollar sound of swishing
• REAL ESTATE - RENTALS - LOANS - INSURANCE
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LOANS WITHOUT SECURITY
$5.00 to $40.00 Quickly Loaned
SALARIED PEOPLE NEEDING FIVE TO FORTY DOLLARS
IN STRICT CONFIDENCE, WITHOUT SECURITY, EN
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SALISBURY, N. C
New School Law Opens Road For
Further Consolidations In
Many Small Districts
MARTIN TELLS OF PLAN
Raleigh.—Many more consolida
tions of small schools over the
State will be accomplished under
the new school machinery law that
could' have been achieved under
the former law and hundreds of
small districts will be eliminated
and the pupils transported to bet
ter buildings and teachers, LeRoy
Martin, secretary of the > State
School Commission, said.
The plan will be to set up dis
tricts on the high school basis, each
district having a high school and
each district having one commit
tee, handling the affairs of the one
or more elementary schools in the
district, as well as the high school,
Mr. Martin said. He pointed out
the advantage of one committee
scattered over the district having
charge of all schools in the district,
high and elementary. Also, there
will be advantage in having one
superintendent or principal over all
of these schools, the elementary
units all being feeders to the high
school unit topping the district
system. The courses of study and
methods of teaching in the ele
mentary schools would be under
direction of the high school head,
One county, with 40-odd dis
tricts at present, has mapped out
a plan for a consolidation into nine
districts, each having or expected
to have in the completed program,
a high school to top off the dis
trict. Until the high school is pro
vided in each district, pupils may
be transported to high schools in
other districts, he pointed out.
Eliminating many local boards
will also eliminate much of the
local school trouble, it is believed.
Washington. — The Roosevelt
administration has put an end to
far profits for American industry
as well as the financial racketeer
ing of the last decade, according
to the consensus of economic ex
perts who are studying thrt new
industrial planning scheme as it
develops swiftly here.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as administra
tor C. T. A. of the estate of Emma
Lacy Oakes, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
said decedent to file an itemized,
verified statement of same with
the undersigned on or before the
lith day of July, 1934, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. Persons indebted
to said estate are notified to make
This July 10th, 1933.
E. CLYDE ENNIS,
Admr. C. T. A. of Emma Lacy
July 14—Aug. 18.
North Carolina, Rowan County,
Mrs. Mary J. Pickier, Plaintiff,
Duke University, Greensboro Col
lege for Women, Childrens’ Home
of M. E. Church South, Nazareths
Orphanage Home, Oxford Colored
Orphanage, L. J. C. Pickier, David
Phillips, Bob L. Phillips, Oscar H.
Phillips and wife, Mary Van Poole
Phillips, P. Melville Phillips, Carl
F. Phillips and wife,- Phillips,
C. E. Phillips and wife Francis
Phillips and Mrs. Lola Phillips Wal
ler and husband George R. Wal
The defendants, David Phillips,
P. Melvin Phillips, Carl F. Phillirs
and wife- Phillips, will take
notice that an action as above en
titled has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Rowan County,
North Carolina, to sell lands for
division; and the said defendants
will further take notice that they
are required to appear at the ofh <*
of the Clerk of the Superior court
of Rowan County in the court
house in Salisbury, N. C., on the
12 th day of Aug. 1933, or thirty
(30) days thereafter and answer
or demur to the complaint in the
said action or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
Dated this 11 day of July, 1933.
B. D. MCCUBBINS,
Clerk Superior Court, Rowan
Woodson and Woodson, Attys.
July 14—Aug. 4.
MORTGAGE OF SALE
Pursuant to the provisions con
tained in a Mortgage or Condi
tional Sales Contract, Registered
in Book No. 103, page 428, made
by Carr H. Lingle, for the pro
tection and benefit of the under
signed, on the 28th day of April,
193 3, default having been made
in a payment of this debt and an
assessment contracted to be paid
by the maker of this mortgage
which said Conditional Sales Con
tract was given to secure, the un-,
dersigned will sell at public sale,
for cash, at the courthouse Sal
isbury, N. C., on the 29th day of
July, 1933, at 12:00 o’clock' noon
the following personal property.
One Fjash Coupe, motor No.
325470, serial No. 442133, Model
1928 conveyed by the said Carr
H. Lingle to satisfy the debt pro
vided for in said Conditional Sales
This the 8th day of July, 1933.
RANEY CLINE MOTOR CO
Mortgagee. By C. F. Raney.
RESALE OF VALUABLE
FAITH RTAL ESTATE
Purs/uant to an order of the
Superior Court of Rowan County
made in the special proceeding en
titled "E. L. Agner, Admir. of J.j
A. Peeler, vs. Mrs. Cora Jones and'
husband, et al,” dated July 7, 193 3
the same being number 8 83 on the
Special Proceeding Docket, the
undersigned Commissioner will ex
pose for resale on the 24th day of;
July, 1933, at Faith, N. C., at
the hour of 11 A. M. the follow
ing tracts of lands:
Lot No. 1, bidding to begin at
Lot No. 2, bidding to begin at
Lot No. 3, bidding to begin at
Lots * an a ), oiaaing to Degin
Lots 6 to 12, bidding to begin at
Tract No. 4, bidding to begin
Tract No. 5. bidding to begin at
Tract No. 6, bidding to begin
Tract No. 7, bidding to begin
This July 7, 193 3.
E. L. agner, Commissioner.
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys.
NOTICE OF RESALE
Pursuant to a judgment and
order of the Superior Court of
Rowan County, in the matter of
Robert Jones vs. J. F. Miller and
wife, Finetta Miller, B. H. Isen
hower and wife, Lottie Arey Isen
hower, the undersigned Commis
sioner appointed by the court,
will, on Saturday, the 29th day of
July, next, at 12:00 o’clock, M.
at the courthouse door in Salisbury
N. C., offer for re-sale to the high
est bjdder for cash, the following
Beginning at a stake at the
Northeastern corner of South
Shaver East Fisher streets and ,
running thence with East Fisher ,
street South 42 deg. 30’ East 80 ,
feet to a stake, corner of lot No.
6, belonging to Mrs. Daisy Fraley
Jones, and being the same lot will
ed to her by W. C. Fraley; thence
with her line North 47 deg. 30’ '
East 90 feet to a stake on line of j
Mrs. Brady’s lot; thence with her
line North 42 deg. 30’ West 80
feet to a stake on the edge of (
South Shaver street; thence 47 (
deg. 30’ West 90 feet to the be- ]
ginning corner. Being lot No. 1 as ]
shown on the map of the Fraley t
property and being the late resi- ,
dence of Mrs. Martha J. Fraley. c
On this lot is situate an eight j
room two story dwelling with ,
modern conveniences and in good s
The bidding will commence at t
$577.50. The purchaser will be e
required to deposit 5 percent of t
his bid with C. S. C., at time of c
purchase or property will be re- c
This the 7th day of July, 1933. t
t. g. furr, Commissioner. t
. ■ 0
NOTICE TO CREDITORS s
Flaving qualified as administra- s
tor of the estate of Mrs. Rebecca J
Bost, this is to notify all persons, 5
having claims against the said de-!n
cedent to file an itemized, verified|l'
statement of same with the under- ?
signed on or before the 8 th day of J
July, 1934, or this notice will be si
pleaded in bar of their recovery, v
Persons indebted to said estate are d
notified to make prompt settle- li
This July, 5, 1933. a
Paul s. c. bost, Administrator of
the estate of Mrs. Rebecca Bost, t]
Rockwell, N. C. s;
R. Lee Wright, Attorney. 7
July 7—August 11. ii
North Carolina, Rowan County, B
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT si
Alma R. Wilkerson F
Edgar Wilkerson 2
The defendant, Edgar Wilker
son, will take notice that an ac- J
non entitled as above has been
instituted in the Superior Court of
Rowan County fo, the purpose of
obtaining an absolute divorce from
the defendant on statutory
grounds, to-wit, the plaintiff and
defendant having lived separately
and apart for more than two sue
cessive years next preceeding the
institution of the jon, and ^
plaintiff having r. ded in sa,d
T7 'o r Stft€ S3id Period,
and the defendant will further
take notice that h required
appear before the . k of Super
ior Court of Row County \
C at the courthou „ Salisbury
N. C. on August 2, 3 or
thirty days thereaft and answer
or demur to the cor 1 ;nt nlled jn
said action, or the r . demanded
will be granted.
This July 1, 193
* CC iJBJX.s
Clerk of Superior Cut
Rendleman & Rend n - itt
July 7—28. “ S'
NOTICE TO CR1 ,, (
Having qualified a j ,, stra_
tor of the estate of !
Ann Sides, this is to n \ per_
sons having claims aga - ' t sa;d
decedent to file an itt eo er|_
fied statement of san w j rke
undersigned on or bet, the 4 th
day of June. 1934, or is notice
will be pleaded in bar f the r re
covery. Persons indeb to aid
estate are notified to, m prompt
This June 9, 193 3.
H. q. sides, Adtainistra of he
estate of Mrs. Martha Am Sices
E. W. G. Huffman, At iney.
June 16—July 21.
SALE OF VALUABLE HOLT
AND LOT-ROl SWELL
Pursuant to the terms r.iid con
ditions of a certain more , ye deed
of trust, executed by S. B. Wag
oner (unmarried) to R. W Brown
Trustee, dated March 13th. 1931.
and registered in the Register’s Of
fice of Rowan County in Book ot
Mortgages No. 88 page 141, de
fault having been made in the
payment of the note secured there
by, and request of foreclosure
having been made by the holder
thereof, the undersigned Trustee
will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the
courthouse door in Salisbury, N.
2., on Monday, July 31st, 1933,
it 12 o’clock noon, the following
described real estate, to-wit:
A lot of land situated in die
:own of Rockwell, N. C. beg;n
ling at an iron stob on Main Street
it a point where the public road
enters said street and rur.r- thence
south with said public road 201)
:eet to an iron stake; thence West
50 feet to an iron stob; thence
Slorth with variations 200 feet to
Vlain street to a stob in said street;
ihence East with said Main street
iO feet to an iron stob, the place
>f beginning. For back title refer
ence is hereby made to deeds re
corded in Book 202 page 196 and
41 page 31.
This June 29th, 1933.
R. w. brown, Trustee
une 30—July 21.
MORTGAGE SALE OF HOUSE
Pursuant to the terms and con
ditions of a certain mortgage deed
of trust, executed by Clyde L.
Miller and wife, Maude Miller to
R. W. Brown, Trustee, dated Oct
ober 19th, 1929, and registered in
the Register’s Office of Rowan
county in book of Mortgages No.
88 page 126, default having been
made in the payment of the note
secured thereby, and request of
foreclosure having been made by
the holder thereof, the undersign
ed Trustee will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the courthouse door in
Salisbury, N. C., on Monday, July
31st, 1933, at 12 o’clock noon,
the following described real estate,
One house and lot in the town
of Rockwell, and bounded and de
scribed as follows: Beginning at a
stake on the North side of the
New Highway No. 80, 75 feet S. i
5 1 deg. 40’ E. from the East cor- I
ner of the intersection, of highway I
No. 80 and Ridge Ave., corner of I
No. 3; thence with the line of lot I
No. 3 N. 63 deg. E. 183 feet to a I
stake on line of lot No. 17; thence I
with the line of lot No. 17 S. 51 I
deg. 40 E. 75 feet to a stake on I
line of lot No. 7; thence with line I
af lot No. 7 S. 63 W. 183 feet to I
1 stake, corner of lot No. 7 on the I
North edge of Highway No. 80; ■
thence with the Northerly edge of I
said Highway N. 51 deg. 40’ W.l
75 feet to the beginning, and be-fl
ng lots Nos. 4, 5, and 6, as showr^B
an the map of H. W. and C AM
Bost, and part of block "F” al
shown upon the property of Millei^B
Heights. For back title see deedfl
ecorded in Books Nos. 197 pagjj
-31; Map Book page 101. fl|
This June 29th, 1933. jS
R. w. brown, Truste^H
June 30—July 21. Hj