Tuesday, April 28, 1925
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GRAND JURY REPORT
Jury Recommends That Office of Clerk of
Court Be Enlarged and Present Quar
ters Are Too SmalL
The grand jury at the present term of
Cabarrus County Superior Court submit
ted the following report just before being
discharged last week:
To His Honor, Judge T. J. Shaw, presid
ing at April, 1025, term Cabarrus C’ouu
ty Superior Court.
We, the Grand Jury beg to submit the
We hnve acted on all bills of indict
ment sent to ns by the solicitor and hnve
made presentments of all violations of the
law that have been brought to our at
A committee visited the County Home
and fohnd it to be in excellent sanitary
condition and clean. The inmates as a
whole were well pleased with their home
and the treatment, they receive. We
fftund 52 inmates, 35 white, 16 colored
inmates and 1 prisoner, who helps to do
the necessary work about the .home. The
following list of articles constitutes .the
bulk of the equipment founds
1 1 range 1 oil stove, about 400 jars of
canned fruit, plenty of Horn;, meat, lard,
sugar, coffee,, milk; etc.,. 2 hbls. of kraut.
3 35 gal. pickles, 35. gal. of, vinegar, about
20 gal. of, syrup, plenty of Irish potatoes,
plenty of- sweet potatoes,' plenty of corn,
1-2 bbl. washing powder, 1 bbl. scrub
bing soap, 1 bbl. disinfectant, 150 old
chickens 200 young chickens, 14 shoats,
21 pigs, 1 stock hog. 6 sows, 11 milk
cows, 2 heifers, i Guernsey bull, 3
horses, 1 mule, two 2-horse wagons, 1
hearse and harness, 1 Ford car, 1 Ford
son .tractor, and accessories, 1 com har
vested, 1 horse drawn disc, 2 mowers, 1
rake, 1 grain drill, 1 corn planter, 1
cotton planter, plenty of small farming
tools,'2 electric motors, 1 steel terracer,
138 acres of land, plenty of coal.
They have furnishings and bedding for
all rooms. We found one organ and one
We found between three and four
acres in orchard in excellent condiiton.
Trees were well pruned and sprayed.
A committee' visited the Chain Gang
and found it in good condition. There
were 16 convicts, 4 white and 12 colored.
All reported being well and having plen
ty to eat. We found plenty of supplies
on hand and in kitchen. We found 17
mules in good shape, seven two-horse
wagons, 2 trucks, 1 tractor, in good con
dition, 1 in bad condition, plenty of nec
essary tools, all harness in good condi
tion, 1 cook stove and , plenty of kitchen
supplies, plenty of; wholesome food well
pre|>ared, quarters for prisoners are com
fortably arranged! : sanitary conditions
A committee visited the county jnil,
finding the following prisoners: 2 feder
al prisoners, 2 crazy prisoners, 12 white,
12colored, prisoners. We recommend
that new mattresses be placed on the jail
cots for the prisoners as we consider
the present ones unsanitary. We recom
menit’njso, thfit the plutrib'ng hi the jail
in the prisoners quarters be looked over
and kept in better sanitary condition. We
found the building q, ; qll ventilated, pris
oners satisfied and well fed. We recom
mend that a passageway be built from
second story of jail to second story of
courf house for the benefit of the eourt in
bringing prisoners to the court room.
A committee visited the different offices
in the main building and found same in
very good condition. We recommend
that the office of the County Superin
tendent of,Schools be repainted.
We find the Clerk of Court’s office en
tirely too smnll for office dud filing space.
We recommend that the Grand Jury
room be Converted into an office for the
Clerk of Court and that his present of
fice be used as a place to file all his rec
ords. We visited the sheriff’s office and
found same in good condition. We visit
ed the Register of Deeds’ office and
found same in excellent condition. We
found the ladies’ rest room in good con
We visited the New County Building
on Church street and found the same in
We the Grand July having fulfilled
and completed our duties respectfully ask
to be discharged.
G. H. HENDRIX, Foreman.
H. W. CALDWELL, Sec.
April 22, 1925.
Georgevllle School To Close April 30.
The Georgeville School will close Thurs
day evening and night, April 30. In the
evening at 2 o’clock there will be a Dec
lamation Contest. The contestants are
seven in number and their names and
subjects of their pieces follow:
1. Earl Whitley, “Education and Vol
untary Tax.’’ (
2. Hoyd Lee Barrier, “Duty of Lite
rary Men to America.”
3. Abert Mauney, “Platonic.”
4. Albert Mauney, “The Duty of The
South to the Country Boy.”
5. Harry Barrier, “Responsibility of
6. Earl Furr, “The Training Camp
of the Future.” /
7. Curtis Little, “Education.”
At 3 o’clock the Junior Order of Con
cord will present the school with a Bible
The parents of the district are urged
to be present with all their children.
At 8 o'clock Thursday evening the up
per classes, assisted by teachers, will
give a play, “Mammy’s Lil’ Wild Rose.”
The characters follow:
Daniel French, A man from the City.
Lester Van, Daniel’s Chum.
Lee Shinn, Wade Carver, An Unwel
come suitor, Charlie Voncannon, Orpheus
Jackson, A native Romeo, Curtis Lit
tle. Old Joe, “Dat’s a fac’,” Robert Ma
bry. Rose O'may, Mammy’s Lil’ Wild
Rose, laora Litaker.
Mammy Celie, A Black Treasure, Harry
Hester O'may Rose’s maiden aunt, Car
Peggy French, Daniel’s sister, Lucille
Letty Van, Peggy’s Chum, Bessie Joy
I The ppblic is invited. An admission
of 10 and 25 cents will be charged for
L. E. MABRY, Principal.
To raise funds for a new clubhouse
the Clamp Fire Girls of Portland, Oire.,
made and sold more than 100,000 dough
nuts in one day. j
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Another puzzle for Bible and crossword puzzle fans. It refers mainly to per- '
haps the most popular of all Biblical incidents. 'Now see how much of your Bible
you know. - j >
1. The place of man’s creation. Gen. 2.
4 Aged. Gen. 18.
6 First man. Gen. 2.
0 Balsam. Gen. 37.
10 Competent. Gen. 15.
11 Stand still. Gen. 10.
13 One; some. Gen. 24.
15 Guide. Isa. 3.
17 Snnltelike fish.
18. Cold. Gen. 31.
19 To expire. Gen. 2.
22 Too Gen. ~40.
24 Home of a bird.
27 • Eldest son of Judah. Gen. .38.
28 Capital of Moab. Num. 21.
29 To suspect. Acts 27.
31 Forced to remain. Gen. 42.
33 To devour. Gen. 2.
35 To tarry ; delay; Deut. 23.
39 One of twelve boneg in man’s chest.
41 Edge. John 2.
43 Collection of facts,.
44 Narrow passage. Luke 14.
45 Has to. Matt. 16.
46 Food. Gen. 2.
47 Staff of grass. I Kings 14.
48 First woman. Gen. 2.
49 Mountain in Moab. Num. 23.
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1 To rest.. Psa. 2fi.
2 Son of Shobal. Gen. 36.
3 No. Gen. 18.
4 Son of EJ'phaz. Gen. 36.
5 24 hours (pi.) Gen. 1.!
6 Every bit. Gen. 3. i
7 Act. Gen. 20.
8 Caused to exist. Gen. 2.
12 To relate. Gen. 22.
14 Negative. Gen. 13.
16 Is wrong. Gen. 21.
20 Fashions. Gen 2.
22 To help.
23 To observe; 10. Gen. 19.
25 Before. Exod. 1.
26 Little child.
30 Place near Ephratb. Gen. 35.
32 Suffering. Psa. 48.
33 Great grandson of Shem. Gen. 10.
34 Moment. Gen. 29.
36 Far advanced. Psa; 127.
37 Variation of “a”.
38 brawf near. Kings 4.
89 Ratio. Ex. 16. .
40 Hairy, shaggy animal. Sam. 17.
42 Wet soil.
44 Upper part of thigh, where' one holds
a child. II Kinks.
Busses Hogging the Highways.
Seeing the number of persons and cor
porations seeking the privilege of op
erating bus lines on our paved-thorough
fares through '• the populous sections, and
the demands made as if their was an in
herent right instead of a privilege that
may be granted or denied, suggests that
the legislature was entirely too modest in
taxing puhliq service cars. Primarily
the roads were built for general public
service. Transporting passengers for
(hire is a part of that service. But
when these bus people demand the right
to put on as many cars and make as
many trips as seem to them good, one
gets the idea that they really think that
the paved highways were built exclu
sively for public service cars. That’e
about what it will amount to if the
bus people are allowed to have their
way. It is noted that one operator, be
ing denied as many trips 88 wanted
to make, threatens to go to the courts
on the ground'that his property is being
confiscated. Some of us who don’t know
any better than to believe that the pub
lic generally have some rights over these
people who are operating for revenue, in
cline to the opinion that some of our
roads arc about to be confiscated by the
Without having definite information
on that point, it is probable that fewer
machines ’could take care of the traffic.
To limit the number would be giving a
special privilege, monopoly. Sometimes
that can’t be avoided. The situation
might be met by limiting the numbers
of cars and selling the franchise to the
highest bidder under stipulations that
would insure the proper service. x That
couldn’t be done under the present law,
but it-might be worth thinking about.
While the plea that all who so desire
should have the privilege to operate a
public service car on the highway, and
that no special privilege should be given,
sounds well, as a, practical matter the
number of busses will have to be limited,
if private traffic is to have due considera
: . First time in Concord that you can
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Porto Rico Sweet Potato
Plants fresh daily, a good supply
Tomato, cabbage, sweet or
strong pepper plants.
Our transplanted tomato plants
'ire large and strong.
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Lutherans Will Meet Two Days.
East Gastonia, April 27: —The south
ern conference of the United Evangelical
Lutheran Synod of North Carolina will
be convened at Bethel church, in Gaston
county, tomorrow morning at 10 o’clock
for a two-day session.
This is the largest of the three confer
ences of the North Carolina Synod, being
comprised of churches in the counties of
Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln, Mecklenburg,
Union, Stanly, Cabarrus and a part of
■a-Maii ii-Ts am -r nt’ii ■ iiufßiUiiw
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Officers are: Rev. L. A. Thomas, Con
cord, president; Rev. E. H. Kohn. Phd.D., ’
Mt • Holly, vice president; Rev. G. H. C. ,
Park, East Gastonia, secretary, and J. C. f
Lingle, Salisbury treasurer. *
In Lapland, when a daughter is born
her father presents her with a reindeer.
The progeny of this animal is her only