Monday, April 13, 1925
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Iftie Electric Refrigerator Complete j <
At Cline’s Pharmacy
BEGINNING SATURDAY, APRIL Hth
The Kelvinet is ample in size for the family of four or ! !
five. It freezes dainty cubes of ice for the table. Colder ]<
than ice-cooled refrigerator and keeps foods much longer. S
It Operates at About One-Third the Cost of Ice ! '
J. Y. PHARR & BRO. j!
Phone 103, 127 or 208 g
Texaco Gasoline and Oils
Let us grease your car? We use Alemite Lubricants
exclusively, and proper lubrication is the life of any car.
Car Washing, Tire hanging, Crank Case Service, Accessor
CENTRAL FILLING STATION
CASH FEED STORE jj
Will insure the life of your baby chicks when you use Star- ] |
tma and Big Chix how for your chicks. And if you feed ! ;
according to directions you can grow a* two pound chick i 1
in eight weeks. All we ask is a Fair Trial. ] |
We also have Choice Timothy Hay, Oats and Sweet | !
Feed. ! |
Phone 122 S. Church St. ;
FOR EASTER ■ |
Fancy Red Fin Croakers and Shad (Speckled Trout ! !
Small Hams, Pork, Beef and Veal.
Our Meats Are the Best That the Market Affords
Sanitary Grocery Co.
"A REAL GOOD PLACE TO TRADE”
, Answer to Yesterday’s Pnzzls.
I>E.\TH SATURDAY NIGHT
OF MISS MARTHA SIMS
Death Occurred at Home of Mrs. J. A.
S:ms—Funeral Services This After
As Easter was dawning there fe’.l
asleep one of nature’s gentlest of crea
ture*. Martha Rebecca Sims, daughter of
the lase James Madison Sims and Isa
bell Deweese Sims. Born January 9,
1838, in the upper section of Cabarrus
county, there she lived with her parents
until their passing. In 1900. twenty
five years ago, she eame to make her
„ iiome with her brother, the late John A.
Sims. Sißee his death she has con
[ tinned‘to live in C’oneord with Mrs.
J Quiet and unassuming she wgs lbved
| by those who came in daily contact with
) her and was affectionaly known as "Aunt
| Early in. life she united with Beth-
Ipage I’resbyterian Church and later mov
ed her membership to the First Presby
terian Church of this city. Her passing
removes the last of her immediate fam
ily Truly “He giveth His beloved
She leaves quite a number of neices
( The funeral was conducted by Dr.
I Jesse C. Rowan from the home of Mrs.
J Sims on White street this afternoon at
C 3 o’clock. Interment was made at Oak-
I wood cemetery .
I The following nephews acted as pall
j Paul B. Parks, of Durham; J. Nick
J Sloan. Joseph O’Halloran, Arthur H:
i Wenrn and Perry McGinn, of Charlotte,
j and Robert E. Ridenhour, Jr. X.
| Mt. Pleasant Team is Starting Off
| Mt. Pleasant, April 12.—The Mount
J Pleasant Collegiate institute nine will
) again invade .hostile territory on Friday
| nnd Saturday of this week. The local's
J have si* out of eight games to their
[ credit this season already and hope to
I add two others on the 17th and jjKth.
| Among the victims are Kannapolis high,
I Spencer Booster club, Spencer high,
j Rockwell, Shelby high and the strong
[ Rockingham high school nine.
» The next opponents will be Ruth
| erford college, on the 17th. and Lenoir
| Rhyne eollege, on the 18th, at Ruther
i ford and Hickory,
r Otob/frames t<Pbe plaved follow:
I April 21—W T ingate college.
I April, 22—Weaver eollege.
[ May I—State College Fresh.
1 May s—High Point college (pending)
| May s.—High Point college.
[ May 16—Open.
1 May 23—Oak Ridge institute (pend-
1 April 17 —Rutherford college.
| April 18—Lenoir-Rhyne college.
1 April 27—High Point college.
1 April 28—Oak Ridge institute (pend
1 April 29:—U. N. S. Fresh.
1 May 7.—State College Fresh.
May 8-9—Battery G. Raeford-
May 6—Rockingham high (pending).
Junior League Baseball Schedule.
Wildfires against Ourangoutangs on
March 17th at No. 2 school.
Triangle club against the Y team on
March 19th at the Lock Mill.
Harrisburg against the Tringle Club
March 24th at the Locke Mill.
Wildfires against the Eagles March
26th at No. 2 school.
Ourangoutangs against Harrisburg on
March 31st at the Hartsell Mill school.
Harrisburg against Y team April 2nd
Eagles against the Triangle Club on
April 7th at toe Brown Mill.
W’ildfires agdfnst the Y team April 9th
at No. 2 school.
Orangoutanks against Y team April
14th at Hartsell Mill.
W’ildfires against Harrisburg on April
16th at No. 2 school.
Eagles against Y team 9pril 21st at
the Brown Mill.
W’ildfires against Triangle Club April
23rd at the Locke Mill.
Ourangoutangs against Eagles April
28th at the Hartsell Mill.
Eagles against Harrisburg April 30th
Orangoutangs against Trinagle Club
May sth at Hartsell School.
The Kannapolis Presbyterian Church.
.The Presbyterians of Kannapolis de
serve great credit for their new church.
They are quite proud of it, and they
have perfectly good rehson for feeling so,
it is indeed a very great credit to the
little band of members who undertook 1
and carried through the building pro
gram. Under the leadership of the pre
sent pastor, who in a man of great faith
and vision, the congregation is doing a
notable piece of constructive Christian
work in Kannapolis. To him is due in 1
large measure the splendid work being ■
done by this congregation, and this
modern church building is contributing
greatly to the efficiency of the energetic
program of activities. The little city of
Kannapolis is one that does things on
a worthwhile basis and this church is
rightly considered one of the greatest:
forces for progress in the community.
supply of the old one-cent stamps.
Haydn, the musical composer, to pre
sent proof of his eligibility to Oxfoid
University, submitted a musical cross-1
word puzzle, a composition which, read |
backward or forward, up or down, from ,
its beginning or end, was always a j
melody with an accompaniment.
A bachelor tells us a married man '
is one who once got lonely and couldn’t,
find anything to drink. »
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNB
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Sharpen your wits today. This isn’t
a giant ni size, but .it’s equal toon’eSn
the, types of words (used ip it. You'll
have tq use a big dictionary to solve it,
and more than likely you’ll do some eras
. 11 Sea Eagle.
; 12 Indisposition.
16 Remedy for all diseases.
17 Female lion.
; 18 A pair.
19 Large deer.
20 To mimic.
21 Coarse string fence used in tennis.
24 Officers in a college.
26 Seventh note in sqaie.
27 Christmas carols.
30 To free.
33 The name of a story.
' 33 To allow.
35 Silver in ingots of various sizes.
38 To hoist.
42 Fertilized and ripened ovules.
45 To emerge.
46 Goddess of dawn.
48 To nap.
50 The mark that means “all right.”
57 A grain.
59 Animal similar to donkeys.
61 Chemical used in making chloroform.
62 A muscle which flexes the thigh.
63 Correlative of neither,
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(By the Associated Press)
Program For AprH 14.
W’SB, Atlanta Journal (428.3) 8 band
of South America; 10:45 choir.
WEEI, Boston (476 ) 6:15 history;
6:40 topics; 7 musical; 7 :30 Gold Dust
Twins; % Eveready hour; 9 dance.
W T GR, Buffalo, (819) 6 music; 7-10
KYW r , Chicago (530 ) 7 concert; 7:30
speeches; 8 Brunswick hour; a musical;
10 at home.
WON, Chicago Tribune (370.2) 6 or
gan; 6:30 ensemble; string quintet, 8
classical; 10 jazz, dance.
W’LS, Chicago (344.6) 7:15 Mikado, 8
farm program; 9:30 tria, vocal: 10 sym
phony, piano, frolic, revue.
WEBH, Chicago Post (370.2) 7 con
cert, Riviera theater; 9 dance, songs,
violin. 11 adnee, piano, guitars, songs.
W’EAR, Cleveland (389.4) 6 organ; 7
WLW, Cincinnati (422.3 ) 0 memory
contest; 8 quartet; 8 :15 special; 9 con
WFAA, Dallas News (475.9) 6:30 re
cital ; 8:30 Music Clubs; 11 organ, soloist.
WOC, Davenport (484) ' 6:30 Sand
man ; 7:30 musical program'from WEAF.
KOA, Denver (322.4) 7 instrument
al: 10 dance.
MHO, Des Moines (526 ) 7 :30 musical;
WW.T, Detroit News (352.7) 7 con
WBAP, Fort Worth Star-Telegram,
(475.9) 7:30 orchestra: 9:30 concert.
KNX, Hollywood (337) S:ls varied;
9:30 talk; 9:40 talk; 10 instrumental,
vocal; 12 movie stars, orchestra.
WDAF, Kansas City Star (345.6 ) 6
School,of the Air; 11:45 Nighthawks.
KHJ, Los Angeles Times (405) 8 con
cert ; 8:30 children ; !) :2() .instrumental;
10 vocal, instrumental; 12 orchestra.
WHAB, Louisville Journal (399.8)
WOCO, Minneapolis-St. Paul (416.6)
6:15 concert; T :30 lecture; 8 program.
WMC, Memphis Commercial Appeal
(499.7 ) 7:30 health talk; 8:30 pro
gram ; 11 musicians.
Monday April 13. Mas.
Today begins the annual observance
of “Be Kind to Animals Week.”
Centenary of the birth of William H.
Beard, the distinguished American
The Supreme Court of mb United
1 States reconvenes today after the Easter
j The annual Eastern Carolina Exposl-
I tion opened at Smitbfield, N. 0., today
'and will continue through the week.
General Gerardo Macho, President
elect of Cuba, sails for the United States
I for a brief vacation before assuming of
fice next month.
‘ The birthday anniversary of Thomas
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64- Dwarfed. '
00 Betrothals, .
1 Pertaining to the seventh.
2 The crop of a bird.
4 Series of steel splints forming skirt
5 To submit. •> - '■
7 Indian tribe.
8 Light-colored aluminous mineral,
i) To meditate.
10 To cuddle up.
13 Vessel for lake navigation.
14 South African antelope.
23 Tree of genus Ulmus.
25 To endeavor.
29 Utensil with fine meshes.
32 A contract by which one conveys
lands for a rental.
34 Digit of the foot.
35 Call for help at sea.
39 A mystery.
40 Sea diving bird.
41 To court.
43 High priest who trained Samuel.
47 One apparently indifferent to pain.
51 Harmonizes in color.
56 A fortification.
58 Ebb and flow of water as regulated
v by the moon.
WEAF, New York (491.5) 6 soprano:
I 6:15 art talk; 6:3() trio; talk; 7:30 Gold
Drust Twins; BEveready hour, 9 grand
WJZ, New York, (464.3) 6 dogs; 6:15
orchestra; 7 Wall St. Journal review;
i 7:10 ••NYU Air college; 8 Brunswick
hour; 9 “India.”
i WHN, New York (361.2) 6 Wigwam
club; 6:30 health talk; 6:35 dance; 9
orchestra ; 10:30 Club Alabam ;11 Para
WJY New York (405.2) 7:30 baritone;
8 quartet: 9 basketball.
WOR, Newark (405.2) 6 orchestra.
KGO, Oakland (361.2) 6 concert; 10
instrumental, pianist, vocal; 12 dance,
WOAW, Omaha (526) 6 advice to the
lovelorn ; 6:25 announced ; 6.45 orchestra;
9 program ; 10:30 Nightingales.
KDKA, Pittsburgh (300.1) 7:30 pro
gram; 8 Brunswick hour; 10 concert;
10.30 Grand Theater.
WCAE, Pittsburgh (461.3) 6:30 Uncle
Kaybee; 7 WEAF program; 7:30 Gold
Drust Twins; 7 Eveready hour; 9 con
WDWF, Providence (440.9) 7 :30 dance I
KGW, Portland Oregonian (491.5) 10 I
lecture; 10:30 concert: 12 dance.
WIP, Philadelphia (508.2) 6 talk; 7 ]
concert; 8 recital; 9:05 talk; 9:30 or- !
WFI, Philadelphia (394.5) 6 talk; 7 '
recital; 7:30 concert; 8 concert; 9 or- '
WOAI, San Antonio (394.5) light op- 1
eras; 9:30 dance.
KPO, San Francisco (429.5 ) 8:30 or- !
chestra ; 9 dance; 10 soprano; 12 orches- 1
tra. i ( 1
WGY, Schenectady (379.5) 6:30 ad- !
dress;’ 6:40 orchestra; 8 Brunswick 1
hour; 9 dance; 11 organ.
KJR, Seattle Post Intelligencer (234.4) i
8 new plays.
WBZ, Springfield (333.3) 6:45 orches- !
tra ; 7:15 contralto ; 7:45 announced; 8 1
KSD, St. Louis Post Dispatch (545.1) 1
Jefferson will be celebrated this evening '
with Democratic banquets in numerous j
cities throughout the country.
By permission of the President, j
juvenile Washington today will indulge <
in the annual Easter Monday egg-rolling
on the rear of the White House.
The Chateau Laurier, in Ottawa, is
to be the scene of a notable banquet to
night in commemoration of the 100th
anniversary of the birth of D’Arcy Mc-
Gee, one of the “Fathers of the Con
federation.” who met death at the hands
of a Fenian in 1868.
The six marshals of France at the !
present time are Joffre, Foch, Petain,
Lyantey, Franchet d’Esperey, and
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Rules and regulations observed by em
ployees in the factory of Amasa Whitney
at, Winchendou, Mass., about 1830 in
clude the following: >
"The mill- willl be put in operation
ten minutes before sunrise at all sea
sons of the yar. The gate will be
shut ten mintes past sunset, from March
20th to September 20th; at thirty min
utes past eight from September 20th to
March 20th; Saturdays, at sunset.
“The hands will take breakfast, from
November Ist till March Ist. before go
ing to work—they will take supper, from
May Ist till the last of August, thirty
minutes past five o’clock p. m. —from
September 20th till March 20th, between
sundown and dark—2s minutes will be
allowed for breakfast, 30 minutes for
dinner, and 25 minutes for supper and
no more, from the time the gate is shut
till started again.
“Anything tending to impede the prog
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ress of manufacturing in working hours,
such as unnecessary conversation, read
ing, eating fruit, etc., etc, must be avoid
! Yes, times have changed!
Coltrane Reports on Anti-Liquor Activi
Salisbury. April 11.—Federal officers
operating in North Carol inn captured
during the month of March, seventy
seven distilleries and 161 stills, accord-,
ing to a report forwarded to Washing
ton today by A.* B. Coltrane, federal
prohbition director for North Carolina,
with headquarters in this city. In addi
tion to the stills 1,458 gallons ‘of in
toxicating liquor were taken uud 251,-
420 gallons of mash. Ten automobiles,
six mules, throe wngons and a gasoline
enine were among the property captured
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