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PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER
ASK 4BOIT THJS STATE
t tintJtx?—Fynm Page One)
| The California writer who indi
cated that farmers in his .section were
anticipating a move to. North Caro-1
.Jilts, mentioned Salisbury as the.place
j tfround w’.iteh they would like to
j settle. _ His knowledge of North Car
olina may be explained, however, by !
the fact that he is originally from!
Richmond, Ya., according to his let
, ter. '
“Received the book,*’ his letfer read,
•- his reference being to "North Caro- j
liua—the Land of .Opportunity," a j
department of agriculture' publication, j
"It is just what I want. ■Another
f thing, it contained facte. I wish
j yon would advise me'the best section
to live ill. lam thinking of going
to Salisbury. There are several fam
ilies here interested l*t North Caro
lina, and as I am a native of Rich
mond. Va., I am boosting .the state
and its people."
The- California writer stated that
he was interested in a .small farm,
near a town, Suitable for poultry,
fruit and “a Tew hogs."
I Inquiries front other states, far and
j near, continue to arrive, it was stat
i ed at the department of agriculture.
Numbers of jiereßns making inquiries
have indicated that they desired to
settle in North Bardina. These let
ters have come from present residents
t of Illinois, New Y'ork, New Hamp
shire. ‘and points in Canada.
A recent letter from a Winder, (la,
school pupiTstated that her grade was?
making a special study of North (Car
olina. Mint asked for a -map and
other information about this'-state.
-Instances of North Carolina thrift
and prosperity, which have been pub
lished in thi newspapers, account for
many of these numerous inquiries, in
the opinion of department of agricul
ture officials. Some of North Caro
lina’s agricultural activities have evi
dently been related in foreign 'news
; papers, probably through the ukeliange
j,< f newspapers, the department be
lieves. although it has no direct evi
dence of such an explanation. x
Among recent; agricultural aotivis
■ ties whieli have received publicity and
whitfi. it ht believed, are partly re
sponsible for tbe 'widespread interest*
' in this state, was tic shipment for
■ farmers of this otate of a million
j pouiuls of poultry; the marketing,
I'traugh the department’s services, of
> ( 3,(500,000 eggs fer North Carolina
, farmers, at a saving placed at live,
; cents a dozen, or a total of *13,000;
tbe department’s certified hatcheries
movement, by which it is hoped to
produce in North Carolina next year
a millibn or more baby chicks-of cer
l rifled stock: and shipment from this
j Statd during the past season pf 13,-
| 500 carloads of fruit and truck. In
| addition to these carloads, it was said
i at the department, 18(5,808 express
packages of lettuce, green beans, cu
cumbers, picklets, carrots, etc., were
shipped from the Wilmington (dis
' It was pointed out that North Car
olina, from lfl2o to 1825, jumped from
fifth to second place in the Union in
the number of its farms, Texas alone
leading this state; that the Farmers'
Federation, lire., ha* made remarkable
progress', in .western North Carolina;
and that western, piedmont and east
ern North .Carolina are coining to be
; recognized as'being adbiirabl.v adapted
for farming, partiwflar crops fitting
' each section.
! ~ — .
Careful Treatment for Orchards.
Lexington./ Nov. 3.—(#)—Fifteen
■ home orchards in as many ebmmuni
! ties have been treated recently with
■ I’-henzine, to -controll peach tree bor-
ers, reports ('. A. Sheffield, farm
agent in Davidson comity, in which
: county these treatments have been
More than 3.000 trees have been
i treotetk and farmers are beginning to
■ realize that orchards respond to care.
■ as well as livestock and (Tops, says
• Mr. Sheffield. The orchards are «cat
- tered over several townships and the
» treatments and results should prove
•<cf much value to those farmers fto
■ forested in better kept crchjirds, Mr,
THE CONCORD DA£Y TfttftUNfi
NO DECISION YKT
v FROM MORRISON
Former (bneraor Not Talking Poll
tics New He Says.
“They've had me running for
(everything from. United States s*r. x
ate to the stute legislature. I don't
know which I’ll select," former
■Governor Cameron Morrison humor
ously replied Hi-t night when asked
about the latest report .that .he was \
scheduled to run for the legislature
in Mecklenburg county next year. I
He added that he is not talking
politics declined to .make
a statement as to his thoughts with
reference to the last or any of the
other "booms" that have been started
to get h ; m into politics again.
Governor Morrison said lie had
not seen the, recent stories emanat
ing from Raleigh and putting him
in,the gederal assembly next fall.
He. indicated amusement at the
many things some of the papers have
been printing about his ruaning for
this or tHat office, intimating that
sinee "they” have started him oat,
then b- is up to "them" to stop him.
He appears to be enjoying the con
nections “they" form for him ir. ef
forts to draw him out on subjects
Wants to Stay Out.
He -aid that be had not talked
politic* with several people ffie is
supposed to have conversed with
along such lines in the past few
i months and that newspapers stories
along such lines were mere. speeu-a
“I prefer that ‘they' speculate and
i ’.cave me out Y>f it,” he said, inti
i mating that he has a right not to be
i precipitated into a political decla
ration. so far in advance of any
, election in the state. Z
Aged Man Has Neck Broken In Fall
! From Frnnt Porch.
Salisbury. Nov. 2.—George Catnip,
, eldery-(citizen of flic Liberty church
. neighborhood, ten miles east of Jsalis
, bury, broke his neck today in a fal'
on his front porch. Mr. Camip and
his wife alone at the old home
Where'they had resided since youtlf.
1 Today he was found prostrate on
the porch with his head hanging off,
the edge of the porch and an ii vc-ti
' gat ion revealed that his neck ‘w as
broken and death hail probably come
nstantaneously,. : ,
He was uiwin !i() jtears„' ol<] arut j
had recently .been ill" ill health'.»ia f
partially blind. One brotUu/r of: the
deceased S. JjL,Cnmi|»n iiW*Tin' Salis
bury. The 'nKzi takeis place
dny morninjr fiY>m liberty ;chth-i-h
whe,rc Air. C.inup held" mem-]
hm-sliiu since .a hov. ‘ , r, >,Syfiji&j
, Thu StnziHte Ox^ugf.
i , Hlorj of Ijtrfiyy-iiiinßiVa;
ni tuWn. t Js v V'. .
feljrjSays Her Back Night
Bnd J&ay”—Least Noise Up
set Her. Better After
4 Taking Cardui.
r, " 1 f,
RigHt and day,” ' says Mrs. C. L.
Eason, of R. F. D. 1, this place. "I
• ached -and ached until I, could hard
ly go. I ftlt weak and did not feel
anything. My work was
a great burden to me. I just hated
to do up tbe dishes, even. I was
no-decaunt and extremely nervous.
“My mother, had taken Cardui
and sfie thought it would do me
good. So she told me to take it
My husband got me a bottle and I
began on it I began to, improve at
once. It, was such a help that I
continued It until after the baby’s
“I took eight bottles and I can
certainly say that it helped ine.
It is a fine tonic. It built me up
and seemed to strengUiefi me. I
grew less nervous and began to
“I can certainly Tecommend
Cardui to expectant mothers, for to
me it was a wonderful help. ... In
every way I felt better after taking
it and I think it is a splendid medi
Cardui is purely vegetable, and
contains no harmful drugs.
For sale everywhere. NC-162
I Let Your
gSrfHAKLES P. STEWAtfT
NBA Service Writer
Wf ASHINGTON Jutlson
[ Yy - iChurchtll, Welliver, much
! • - bettor known as "Jud" Web
liver, who has jugt retired as White
House chief clerk to become pub
licity director for the American
Petroleum Institute, got his start
«s n public character by disagree
ing with President, Roosevelt.
• • *
JUD was Washington corre
spondent for the Munsey puhli
„ cations at the time. One day
the president sent for the nsvrspa- ’
p?r mi'll, among them Jud, to out
line, for their benefit, a’ scheme he
had doped out looking towifrd a so
lution of the country's railroad
problems, just then pretty nuttier- ,
ous and acute.
Concluding, he looked expectant
iy at hiR auditors, awaiting their
Vferdict evidently in full confidence
that it would toe favorable. /
It was. Presidential plans sel
dom are looked very closely in the
*0» th Presklent Roosevelt’s was
itrcei ed. almost unanimously, with j
* A(iRICULTURAL COLUMN *
(Conducted by R. D. Goodman)
♦ ;*-It ****'#»'****♦
Sup]))' incut Recommended for New
Crop Corn, either Snapped or
Sulfa!* For Hogs Weighing from 75
to 125 pounds each
Flsli meal . 100 pounds
Wheat Short.': 400 pounds I
Slop mixture 500 pounds
Feed one and one-half pounds of
the above mixture to end 100 pounds
live weight of the hogs.
(1000 pounds live weight slioul d re
ceive 15 pounds of tlie above mixture
once daily in the form of a thick slop.)
/ 7)61) addition Ao .the above, they
: Akjilli! cither "liiTve 'tite rtfii of a corn
"ifiß dr be supplied, V'itb all the siiap
paßi'eni they will twice, daily.
’flElc following Jinineral ipixture
sbii il be kept before them at ail
jl'T® i'c.iuds. m . .
n* ( get a number Nts us
si im times might be \expected, the'
subscriber is i iclined to givo to
:i f«*w na-sty reniarks. Sohietimes he*
“ba\dH out” the girl at the* switch
boavjj* Jilyt ’ iHiulent afqjcv
i<*-- Fhflt* l .-*♦••■ Wl ftl-I
ci'aled, their significance, should deter
in- angry subscriber. Here is one
-f wjlieh the Cleveland Press tells:---
"in Colil)tibus, (.Mis aHuvry fltumiett
Was working «n a ear in bis garage,
tlie door* being closed. He was ov-j
lerccitte by, carbon monoxide gas from
I'd diflaitst. ‘ Monoxide poison acts
quiokiy. The victim felt tiipiseif
fainting, but stumbled to the ‘ tele
phone and removed the receiver. As
lie did so lie collapsed with a moan,
ami was unconscious.
Miss Emma Kuhlweiu was teje-l
phene operator,who answered -Num
ber please I' when the light appeared j
on liyr board. It was one light i
among ’hundreds, (n the course of a i
hard, itay's work. Rut the operator
beai tl the groan, just as she answered !
the isgnal. and she received no other j
response to her repeated calls. She*
EVERETT TRUE BT rONIIQ
as conis- A”s |,
I --,J rs": IT'
XOOP. -foeTU THAT XOC WANT TOR*
j THCS-is's Lots oy it out Hisfte m
, Svs&c /etl er*
entn uniastic ncciaim. Annual, uui
not quite. Jud was glumly silent.
* * *
UTIITH. WELLIVRR," said the
IVI colonel, severely, "what do
you think of my pro-,
gram?" A. 'A
"I don't .think much of It." re-,
“Wh-what!" stammered the presi
dent, aghast at such lese majesty.
"You don't? W>y not?” [
"Before you can do a thtng to
ward straightening out the trans
portation tangle,” Jud.
who had specialized* on railroad
news for years, "you've got to
have a valuation of all the com
panies' properties made, and you
don't ray a word about that-tY
A PRETTY hectic 15 minutes
followed, but Hie upshot was
that Jud "sold" his idea to
President Roosevelt. It really was
the origin of the evaluation of
America's railroads which has
been going on ever since. Sena
tor La F'ollette introduced the bill,
but it was Jud who won for th*
undertaking its first pcssidentP
knew that something was wrong.
"Miss Kuhhvein called the assistant
chief operator, and presently the chief
operator joined the consultation. The
three const have said. 'Well, it s none
of our business. la-t's keep the traf
fic moving ami let that one light
burn.' Rut they didn't. One of
tiiem called the police department
while Tjio other two checked over the
numbers and located the address.
The police emergency ear was ready
to stant when the address was Hashed,
and Sir. Gunnett's life was saved.
“Telephone company records ate
full of such incidents,
"In all fairness..- dontt use that
smart quip again about the telephone
operator. It isn't ✓ true, and .it's
rather cruet; ’
Some Good Tongue Looseners.
Start a good tongue, twister going
at the next dull jiarty you attend.
See if it will not create a little ex
itemeut. Tongue twisters ;are , riot •
only good fdf this purpose, but they
aid one's speech by helping tu make
his utterances more di-tinct.
- are some good ones: ’ • ~
Two toads totally tired tried' to i
(lot to Ted berry town.
4-..s\#am swam over the sea : swim. *
snyun swam swam back : I
wifi suslun, ,-yvan.
Jgtt'dndtf;' -if- haddock, a biaek
-4* b’ack spot on the]
ft'Wfe pf ’Cblaek laflldock.
iLflillffJfapihg round tlie room;
] Jenrt, Jfyt* run, or the cat
( lutttlrj .Moltgage Blanks, 2 fajijj
• cciir?.-»r’'2nc a dozen, at TfEWSHf
Times Office. rs FwTffip 1
Peoplo ha**; 00^0
: cold^.mQg^ : .Ww«rlley
lack resistaitee and are not
; . . •/
j rich in vitamins supplies the !
I weakened system with !
i nourishment that helps !
' Build tip your strength yw
vith Scott’s Emulsion.
| Scott & Bowne, Bloomfield, N. J. 25-23
BSS& ta oP
All transportation *. 1/WIUIIWJ VJJ
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| R. H. OWEN, Agent f
> —Phone 669 Concord, N. C.
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Embracing the new shape post and tiller made exclusively
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H. B. WILKINSON
Out of the High Rent District
Concord, Kannapolis Mooresville China Grove
II - ■ B
; AVe havf installed a ltoltler Hebe ring machine so that »c can re- H*
[bore the Cylinders of car# and tit new piston#, rings itnd wriwt. pins fe ,
without removing the motor from the frame, thereby suviug a large C ■*
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M We carry a full line of Goodrich Tires, Tubes. Piston Rings and ’
* I Pins, Uusco brake ’lining, tS part on Horn.-, Prei<t-0-Lire Battericw, tj <
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