How To Combat Insomnia.
The worst thing In the world is
Insomnia. It funstlons best between
midnight and 3:30 a in. It Is a sel
ective type of affliction. It will not
hire or harbor a lazy man. Well
diggers never experience It. Washer
women don’t know what it is. And
Insomnia has never been known to
bother a tenant-farmer.
After consulting both of my
triends oh this subject—one being a
doctor and the other a physician, I
have promulgated the following
tules which, if carefully observed,
Will always drive insomnia away
and fetch Morpheus with outstretch
ed arms to aid you In your efforts
* If netting Up Nights, Bnckarhe,
(frequent day calls, L>eg Pallia, Nerv
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Mu, Cora Moahier, ol
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Ava, Brinkley, Ark., writes:
"I was so constipated
until 1 was Just eick. 1
could not stand to take
strong medicine, so I de
cided I would take Black
Draught, and 1 found it to
be all right.
”1 would have such diqj
spells, and such bursting
headaches, until 1 could
hardly go. But after tak
ing a few doses of Black
Draught I would feel just
due. It is a good medi
cine. and I recommend it
to all who suffer aa I did.
It is very easy to recom
mend a medicine that has
done as much for me aa
Black-Draught has done."
IWi>¥»N who need a tonic •houtdl
Lm«.C4%ppi. o*»r to y«*r».l
to repose In sweet slumber.
1. Count by dollars and dimes
the amount of money you have paid
out during the past 10 months for
things that you wanted and diddent
need, and by the time you get to the
fifth Installment on your wedding
ring, you'll drop off to sleep; that
to—If you intend to pay the balance
3. Imagine yourself at church;
the temperature to 77: let the
preacher make his 14 announce
ments; listen attentively while he
reads his text: watch the collection
plates as they barely miss your nose
in their passage to and fro: and
when the said preacher has preach
ed 20 minutes, Just close your eyes
and there you are.
3. Quit counting sheep, find pic
ture In your mind a legislature in
Session. Lend an attractive ear to
the Chaplain as he prays for the
members of the general assembly.
Take heed of the roll call Permit
the members to shoot their usual
ll^ie of useless bull, think how help
less you and others like you are,
make up your mind that you don’t
give a cuss if they bankrupt the
whole world, and then you'll find
yourself sound asleep.
4 Dismiss banknotes front your
mind. Forget what you owe the doc
tors and the lawyers and the grocers
—us you ain’t going to pay 'em no
how. Get up and take a dose of
soda, follow it with an aspirin tab
let, drink a glass of hot milk, read
one chapter of the Congressional
Record, chunk up the fire, and by
that time, it will be daylight, and
you should be up and about your
5. Think of nothing, If possible.
If you can't got your mind center
ed on nothing, why, just think of
yourself a few second, or if you
; can’t do that, think of the space
| that exists between Jupiter and
Orion, that’s nothing too, and
rtnngrd If It ain’t time for break
fast before you know it.
Nothing To Think About.
Anyway, Mr. Hoover is the best
engineer we ever hod for president.
The bonus monfey is not all spent
yet, I just saw one of the recipients
with 2 dollars cash In his pocket
book after he had paid for 4 new
If it takes your boy 10 hours to do
2 hours work, make a legislator out
of him: he’s got the stuff in him
for a good time, but be sure to touch
him how to figger extra time.
New York, April 15.—Liverpool
catne in lower than duo and so did
the income tax Some hedging was
recorded near the; close when south
ern selling forced Shanghai buyers
to list Bombay short. Thunder show
ers are expected in Texas next
month at 3 o’clock, therefore we
look for lower prices. Bed spreads
and denims are strong, but some
yarns; ain't. Curtailment continues
in all localities not engaged in gov
ernment work. We advise less cot
ton and more dough, but by all
means—don't straddle till July, and
then be very careful.
If you want to see business pick up
Just let the installment houses sell
their sjpff without a down payment.
That's all that’s wrong with this old
country anyhow: We blowed in the
dowm payment on something we
Having this dav qualified as executors
ol the will ol Rufus P. Francis, deceased,
this ts to hereby notify all persons hold
lug claims against the said estate of said
Rufus F, Francis to present them Itemised
and verified to the undersigned executors
on or before March 21. 1832. or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of any recovery on
same: and this la further to notify all
persons indebted to said estate to mate
mmedlate payment to us of such Indebt
This the 38th day of March. 1*31.
M A. FRANCIS. F t Wn KINS,
Newton A Newton, Attys. et Mar 27
Having qualified as administrator of the
estate of Massle L. Hamrick, deceased, this
is to hereby notify all persons holding
clal- rs against said estate to present sam.
properly itemised end verified to me on
or before April g, 1832. or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of any recovery there
on: and this Is further to notify all per.
sons Indebted to said estate to make im
mediate payment of such Indebtedness to
This the 7th day of April, 1931.
J. BROADUS HAMRICK.
Newton & Newton. Attya. «t Apr *c
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diddent need, and now we've got to
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A goober parcher exploded at one
of our southern state capitals last
week and 14 members of the gen
eral assembly were badly damaged'
about the coat, hat and pants. The
others hnd not arrived from home—
where they spent both week ends.
How to write a business letter:
“Dear Sirs:—X am sorry that I can
not pay you anything on aacount
now. My son is In college, my daugh
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The cotton-seed oil companies ire
really and truly financial wizards:
they will buy a ton of your cotton
seed for $22.00 and sell you a ton of
cotton seed meal for $27.00, and
then ask only i cent a pound more
for compound lard and 4 dollars a
ton more for cotton seed hulls than
they asked when they paid an hon
est price for cotton seed, viz: $35.00
per ton. Yep, they got. mine, too
As a new service to Its readers
the Sunday school Times published
for the first time In its March 231h
issue a Radio directory containing
'the hours and call letters of fifty
seven religious broadcasts through
out the United States and Canada.
The classification is according to
the days of the week, so that at a
given hour of any day readers may
easily tune in on any rellgioua serv
ice that happens to be on the air.
For months readers have been
asking for such a list of stations,
and it has taken weeks to compile
the Index. So far as the Times
knows, no other paper has such a
department at the present time.
The Directory will be kept up to
date ns far as possible, and will ap
! Spain's largest railway system,
; the Norte," did $1,600,000 more
business In 1930 than In 1929.
In the last 12 months 37 ships
were launched from Danish Ship
There are at least 60 stars to
every man, woman and child In the
world, says n European scientist.
TRISTKE'S SALE OB VALl A11I.E BAND.
By virtue and power of sale contained
in a certain deed ot trust executed by
George Martin and wife. Mary Llsxie
Martin, to me as trustee, said deed ol
trust being recorded in book 183 at page
131 of the register of deeds office of
Cleveland county. North Carolina, and
default having been made in the payment
of said indebtedness, and foreclosure hav
ing been reduested. I will sell at IS o oIock
Saturday, May 8th, 19.11. or within legal
hours, at the court house door in Shel
by, North Carolina, to tho highest bidder
for cash the following described real es
l.ylng and being in No. 9 township,
Cleveland county, N C. and more parti
cularly described as follows: Being a part
ot the A Q, Higgins homo place and be
ginning at a stake. Claude Dixon's corner
oil the west side of the. road and runs
thence N. 19-U E. as feet to the center ot
satd road: thence with said road the fol
lowing courses and distances N. 15-65 W.
300 feet; N, 19-63 w. tat5 (eel: N. 23-40
W. 703 3 feet to a stage In the center of
the road in Luts 3 line, thence with his
line N, 80-36 W. 353 feet to a stone. Luts's
corner; thence with Luts line 3. 8-16 W
1040 feat to a post oak. Iris corner: thence
with his line B 61-33 VV. 1101 6 feet to a
stone; thence B. 0-45 K, 983 leet to a stone,
llumgar Jner’s comer, thence with his line
3 75-45 E. 347,5 feet to » post oak
Claude 11. Dixon's corner, thence with his
line N 63-17 E. 311 ted to a stage, a new
corner; thence a new line N 31-W 395
leet to a stake; thence N. 58-45 E. 313,3
feet to a stake, thence N "0 E. 914 (eel
1,0 the beginning, and eontalns 61.71 acres.
The foiegolnit property is sold subject tc
any unpaid taxes.
This April 8th. 1931
J. B NOLAN, Trustee.
4f April 10c
Golden Crown it an ap
petiser—a wake-up food
in the morning that sup
plies eneVgy through the
day. It has a rarity of
flavor that transforms
simple things into dishes
of rare delight. »
Suggestion: Serve with
pancakes, waffles, fried
mush, French toast, hot
biscuits, hot rolls, — or
just over bread, or with
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Soy Beans For
Best Hay Crop
County Agent Schoffncr Recoin
mends Beans To Cleveland Coun
“Cleveland county farmers who
Who are now thinking of hay crops
should first of all think of soy
beans,” says County Farm Agent R
"Soy beans not only make good
hay,” he continues, “but they im
prove the soil at the same time or
can be sown and turned under on
the soil. As a hay, soy beans rank
high- Any kind of live-stock relish
them as they would any legume
crop. The different varieties should
be considered as to the habit of
growth and time for maturity. There
are varieties especially adapted for
hay; there are varieties especially
adapted for planting in corn and
“The varieties that are recom
mended for hay would be Laredo, a
small black bean, maturing in about
140 days; Otuotan, a small round,
black bean, an excellent hay bean,
but is somewhat later, maturing in
175 days. We have other hay beans,
but these two are the most Com
monly known through this section.
For planting in corn, the Haber
landt is a mighty good bean, matur
ing hi 145 days; Biloxi, maturing in
1C5 days; and the Mammoth Yel
low, another mighty good bean, ma
turing in 145 days. These last three
varieties sown or planted for hay
are good, but they have a tendency
to be mighty woody for hay.
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS.
North Carolina, Cleveland County.
In the Superior Court. Before the Clerk.
County Board of Education of Cleveland
County, N. C;. Petitioner,
Sunle Moss and Husband. Coford Moss
and Brooks Moss, Defendants.
The defendants. Sunle Moss, Coford
Moss end Brooks Moss will take notice
that an action entitled as above has been
commenced in the superior court of Cleve
land county to condemn certain lands for
a school site for the No. 3 Township
school in which each of you have a cer
tain interest; and the sakl defendants will,
further take notice that they are retjulreo
to appear in the office of the clerk ot
superior court at Shelby, N C. on Mon
day, April 27th, 1931, to answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action o
plaintiffs will apply for the relief de
manded in said petition.
This March 26th, 1931.
A M. HAMRICK, Clerk of Superior
Jno, P. Mull, Atty. for petitioners.
4t Meh 27c
"Sowing with a grain drill Is a
good method, or broadcasting is a
good method of seeding. When they
are planted in rows and worked a
few times they yield much more
than one might expect If soy beans
are planted on fairly poor land, I
would recommend using a small
amount of fertilizer to help start
them, not very high in ammonia, as
the soy bean is a legume and gath
ers nitrogen from the air. Soy beans
may be sown with a wheat drill or
broadcast, or plnnted in rows. If
land has a tendency to grow grass
and weeds, I would prefer planting
them in rows about two feet apart
and working two or three times.”
Six Prisoners Flee
Two Were Arrested In This Conntv
On Larceny Charge. Escaped
Rutherfordton, April 15. — Six
white men sawed their way to free
dom at the county jail here Wed
nesday morning before daylight.
Their escape was discovered when
the Jailer went to give them break
fast. 'They were on the second floor
of the jail and sawed two bars in
half and escaped. Jimmie Burner,
trusty prisoner who refused to run
away March 25, is believed respons
ible for letting the merf get away.
The other five were Lennle and Lon
nie Flinn, Riley Hensley, Hop Valen
tine and George Brady, all charged
with larceny. The same five men
escaped March 25, but were captur
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LAST MONTH IN WHICH TO PAY
Every piece of property on which county taxes arc
not paid by May 1st will be advertised for sale the first
week in June.
Iam compelled under the law to collect all county
taxes by May 1st or sell the property and I have no
other discretion in the matter
I. M. ALLEN, Sheriff Cleveland
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Five young white men escaped
from the chalngang here April 1,
making three prison escapes nere
within the past 20 days. It is
thought that they stole a sedan iroro
John Michael, negro, of this place
and made safe their escape. Brady
who was the last prisoned captured
of the first escapers, has a re'eoid
of escapes. This la the largest de
livery of prisoners at one time ever
known in this county.
Valentine and Brady were airest
ed in Cleveland county. In the Boil
ing Springs section, by Deputies
Henry McKinney and Gus Jolley
some time ago after a quantity oi
stolen goods, from Rutherford and
Cleveland county stores, was round
in the house in which they lived.
Hundreds of tons of sugar are
wasted annually at the bottom ot
teacups, declares a European ex
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a new transatlantic liner.
A woman can legally qualify tor
the presicfency of the United States
or any othsr icderalfpffice.
Hungarian censors have banned
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Sait ii i :e , ;ily todo product
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