"MADE IN N. C."
September 1-6 Set Aside by
Governor as Week in
Which to Boost State-
Raleigh, Sept. 1. —Gov. O. Max
Gardner has proclaimed the week of
-6 as "Made-In-North
The Governor's proclamation sets
forth that North Carolina, like the
rest of the country, is experienc
ing a period of depression and that
"Made-In-Capolina" week was
launched by the State Conserva
tion and Development Department
as a companion project to "live-at
home." a movement launched a year
ago by the governor. The purpose of
the week is to restore confidence *n
business circles and to boost the
industrial development of the State
The proclamation of the governor
"Whereas, North Carolina indus
try in common with that of the
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ful non-poisonous anti
septic. Zonite actually
kills germs. Helps to
North New Orleans Ave., «
Brinkley, Ark., writes:
**l was so constipated until H
i I was just sick. I could not %
Uu stand to take strong medi- Uu
I cine, so I decided I would take 18*
U | Black-Draught, and I found til
1 it to be all right. HI
"I would have such dizzy ||
spells, and such bursting le
I headaches, until I could hard- l|
1 ly go. But after taking a few II
i doses of Black-Draught, Imi
would feel just fine. It is a y
good medicine, and I recom- A
mend it to all who suffer
I as I did. It is very easy to
I recommend a medicine that
I has done as much for me as
I Black-Draught has done."
I F«r CONSTIPATION, I
gjUNDIQESTION. BtLlofjaNESg j
| Cltotji. tfoed over 50 yTfetxe.
It is dumb stupidity for any
woman to have bad breath,
it offends others —ruins you
socially. The worst of it is you,
yourself, never know when you
have it. But you can be sure
that you won't have it by garg
ling with Listerine. It instantly
ends halitosis —improves mouth
hygiene, and checks infection.
Lambert Pharmacol Company,
St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A.
Kills 200,000,000 germs
rest of the country, is in a pe
riod of low production and reduced
demands, which affect the lives and
prosperity of citizens of the com-
I monwealth, and
| "Whereas, the State Department
of Conservation and Development
[ has launched as a companion proj
! ect to the "Live-at-Home" move
| ment a campaign known as a "Made
i In-Carolina" program conceived for
the purpose of stimulating the de
mand for the products of North
Carolina mills and factories, to re
store confidence in business circles,
j and to boost the industrial de
velopment of the State.
"Therefore, I. 0. Max Gardner,
governor of the State of North
Carolina, do hereby set aside the
week of September 1-6 as "Made-
In-North Carolina" week and hereby
call upon manufacturers, wholesale
and retail merchants, the press, the
radio, and the general public lo
participate in its observance by
properly advertising, displaying, and
marketing all articles produced for
the consumer in North Carolina. I
trust that every organization in the
State, chambers of commerce, mer
chants associations, and similar
groups will observe the week in
public meetings by fitting discus
sions and public programs. Likewise,
I call upon the people to visit the
stores dbring the week to view the J
displays and obtain a better appre-1
ciation of the industrial products,
of the State, and whenever possible j
to call for North Carolina products'
when making purchases. Plans have
been made to continue the cam
paign as a permanent program and
it is hoped that merchants will
stock as many \ "North Carolina
Made" articles as is possible and will
identify them as such in order that
the public may be informed of the
State's products. One of the ob
jectives of the program is to ob
tain the labeling of all products
made in the State to the end that
such a designation may come to
have a special significance in world
The proclamation was formally is
sued last week at the offices of
Gov. 0. Max Gardner by Tyre C.
Taylor, his private secretary. Gov
ernor Gordner is in Shelby spend
ing his vacation.
Bostic, R-3, Aug. 25. —A very
successful revival closed at the Cen
ter school house Sunday afternoon.
Rev. K. N. Snipes pastor of the
Golden Valley Methodist church is
in a very serious condition at the
government hospital at Washington, j
Friends are much alarmed about his'
Mr. Otho Brandle was seriously in
jured last Tuesday when he was
trying out a new axe and cut his
light hand nearly of?. Friends wish
him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Amanda Houser is very ill.
Students are getting ready to go
away for college. Among those who j
are going are Rev. C. C. Crow, and
Mr. Blaine Jones, to Wake Forest
college, and Miss Mary Fortune to
Mars Hill college.
Mr. Fred H. Jones left today (Mon
day-for Henderson, Ky., then from
there he is going home to his family
at Los Angeles, California, after
spending a week very delightfully
with his sister, Mrs. Dan Melton.
Mr. Jones met many people while he
was here and all were delight
ed to hear him talk.
Among those visiting the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Melton Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown, of
Forest City; Mrs. Myrtle Melton and
son, Mr. Toy, of Casar; Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Fortune and little daughter;
Mrs. J. D. Houser, Misses Lizzie
Beaty and Vonnie Houser, Messrs
Self, Fred I'Mleltbn, Clydte
Brandle, Benny and Ralph Rollins,
and Cle Rollins. They "bade Mr.
Jones good bye and urged that he
come back to this country soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Beaty, of
Spindalev spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs.\Fohn Yelton.
Mrs. W. N. Freeman and son, Mr.
Robert, accompanied by Mrs. W. A.
Barnes went to Lincolnton, Sunday
to see their son and brother, Mr.
Alfred Freeman who was seriously
injured when kicked by one of his
COMMENT ON HOEY'S
Clyde Hoey is wrong. The Repub
licans have not cut the word "pros
perity" out, of their dictionary. They
still pronounce it, but fail to define
it The present day definition of
prosperity is, "A word now obsolete,
but in common use during the ad- i
ministration of Woodrow Wilson
when cotton sold at 30 cents to
bacco at 40 cents and wheat $2 and
mere."—Raleigh News and Observer.
ANOTHER NEW CROP.
The farmer who gives thought to
the opportunities of his ground can
generally succeed in putting a patch
to profitable production, by making
departure from the standard varie
ties. The Mecklenburg Times .this
week tells of Farmer R. B. Hovis, of
Devita, preparing to come on the
market with 200 bushels of sun flower
seed, for which he will pocket one
dollar a bushel. He raised this crop on
two acres—and it beats both cotton
and tobacco. It is a cheap crop, like
wise.. as Mr. Hovis worked the field
oniy one time. After having sold his
seed, he finds himself in possession J
of a good supply of provender fori
cows and mules in the leaves of the 1
sun flowers. This demonstration by
Farmer Hovis shows that there is
opportunity of various kinds to make
money on the farm.—Charlotte Ob
THE FOREST CITY COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1930.
WEST END NEWS
Forest City, R-3, Aug. 25.—Thurs
day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock of
last week, the Woman's Missionary
society of Pleasant Grove, met at
the "hut" and rendered a very en
joyable and helpful program. After
the singing of hymn, "Rescue the
Perishing", the business was trans
acted a scripture lesson, Matt. 6:1-18
was read by Miss Statha Long and'
prayer by Mrs. Alpha Cole. Follow
ing the singing of hymn "I Need
Thee Every Hour": Mesdames Alpha
Cole, T. J. Cole and J. I. Grose read
interesting leaflets on the topic of
the program, "With the Children of
Japan". "Take the name of Jesus
with you" was used as the closing
hymn. The meeting was dismissed
with prayer by Miss Statha Long.
Miss Sara Carpenter is visiting
relatives in Charlotte.
Mrs. J. P. Hardin and children
Billie and, Martha, returned home
today after visiting Mrs. Eli Wil
liams at Cherokee, S. C.
Mr. John Weir and family, of
Shelby, spent Sunday with Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Long, Jr., and
EASY TO LOOK AT— good to look at—that's your reaction to charm and
beauty. Easy to smoke—good to smoke —that's the lure of Camels.
Good because of the natural mildness and fragrance of mellow tobaccos,
with all the delicacy and aroma preserved by scientific skill in prepara
tion and blending good because there's no over-processing or doctor
ing—no flatness of taste.
Easy—because they are so mild and smooth that you can smoke them
all the day through with never a suggestion of throat discomfort.
Notice that it's Camels now your crowd and elsewhere because
Camels are so good to smoke.
associated stations. Consult your local radio time table! © 1930, R. J. ReynolJs
• f Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C.
children and Mrs. G W. Long, Sr.,
returned home Monday from a few
days' visit to Wrightsville Beach.
Mrs. Walter Johnson, of Paw
Creek, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Char
Miss Clara Taylor of Knoxville,
Tenn , and Miss Gertrude Taylor,
of Smithfield, are visiting their sis
ter, Mrs. J. I. Grose and Mr. Grose.
Mrs. G. W. Long, Sr., Mr and Mrs.
C. F. Murph and daughter Gwendplyn
Misses Bess and Statha Long and
Master Hoyle Grose Long, visited in
Spartanburg and Whitestone, S. C.
THE O. G. CLUB HOLDS
Rutherfordton, Aug. 25.—The Of
fice Girls Club met last Thursday at
noon in Miss Laura Howard's of
fice, in a very profitable and inter
esting session. This was the first
meeting of the club held since Feb
ruary. Twenty members were pres •
ent and two visitors.
Mrs. Annie E. Logan, president,
welcomed the visitors and one new
-member, Mrs. C. L. Hamrick. A
buffet luncheon was served. Mrs.
Hampton asked the blessing. After
the luncheon Mrs. Mayme Camp
Sprinkle, of Raleigh, spoke briefly,:
offered congratulations upon thel
county securing the services of Mrs. j
Fannie Cantrell as welfare worker.;
Mrs. Eva Flack Hampton, of Atlan-j
| Harrill & King j
| Real Estate Bought and Sold \
X Auction Saies a Specialty. }
1 We buy and sell and cut the earth to suit the rr.an
I SEE US— j
x Jf you want to sell. j
| If you want to buy. ♦
i Office Phone No. 59. !
t Res. Phones 245 and 188 Forest City. NC *
ta, another visitor,
Miss Lilah Lewis, talked on f
| proaching election to dtr-i.V
■er tha towns shall asli'S *l%
j utility plants. e - ! Pub! : ,