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was won onftaste)alone
a ring around that word
—and dorit forget it!
' . TdStc! That one Wot?d explains Chesterfield’s enormous %
popularity. ''They satisfy,” because they contain ’ '
£ - the richest, mellowest tobaccos that money can buy.
k\ r'W And they’re mild, because these tobaccos are blended
' in just the right proportions for taste and aroma. It’s *
a blend of unique character and it can’t be copiedl
\ No wonder smokers everywhere are from
all kinds of cigarettes to Chesterfield.
Lioonr & Myers Tobacco Co.
s UC H ■ P O p u L AKIT Y * MUS T- BE - D E S E E D
Mrs. John A. Peeler had her first mess
of strawberries April 21st, 1925. If you
can beat it trot out your berries.
W. A. Shuping and son. Orlin, of Shu
ping's Mill, have moved in their new
residence near the mill.
We notice one of the best articles
about the flapper girls we ever saw in
print that suits us exactly. It appeared
in the Salisbury Post of April 19th,
page 13, on third and fourth and fifth
columns. That's the way to do. Write
something good about the girls. Every
body ought to read that article.
Mr. Stephen Davis has a little young
rooster only five and a half weekß old.
They saw it crow three times. If you
can beat it trot out your baby rooster.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Gaskey and little
son, Ernest Monroe, and Mr, and Mrs.
Monroe MeCraven, motored out to Faith
and met Venus arid said they read his
items regularly. The little baby is only
five months old and weighs 18 pounds. If
you can beat that trot Put your fat baby.
One gentleman motored up to Faith
from down below Albemarle in his fine
car to get a jar of home-made eczema
salve. He said he run up expressly for
The seventh grade of Faith school went
on a hike and cooked their supper April
21st and report a fine time.
The following were taking lunch at
Dutch Lunch No. 2: L. T. Yarborough,
Z. A. Taylor, A. C. Howard, O. t>. N.
Smith, B. H. Howard, D. B. Simmerson,
J. A. Wallace, J. C. Adams, J. T. Wyatt.
Do you know any of them. Also M. H.
Steel, the fox hunter.
The commencement exercises of Faith
school will begin Monday, April 27th
at 7:30 p. m. and continue through Tues
day evening. Good plays for Monday and
Tuesday evenings. Exercise Tuesday and
dinner on the grounds. Everybody come.
Professor Lyerly has taught a most
successful school here at Faith and the
exhibition will be a big thing as usual
; j RIMER
There wffl be preaching at Phaniels
Sunday afternoon at 2:80 o’clock by the
pastor. Rev. George Hodge.
Misses Gladys Furr, Daisy Stallings
and Ida Cori, of Rimer school passed
county examinations. TTiey were the on
ly ones that took the examination.
Miss Ines Furr, who had been eonfin
ade to her home with mumps, is able to
be out again.
Rimer school will close Friday, May
the first. The exercises will begin in the
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mvwoss scavun wu. a. I
talks followed by a ball game. The night
performance will begin at 7:45. The
public is cordially invited. SCHOOL.
After much persuasion. Mr. Tightjrad
entered a raffle for a chicken, and was
surprised to hear that he had won it.
After receiving the bird he was still
rather suspicious as. to whether he would
be allowed to keep it, so he said to a
friend, “Let's take it home’ and kill it
“Don’t tye in such a hurry,” replied
the pther:. “wait till morning—it might
lay an egg by then” "
We stem Scenery
> Mrs. Coolidge Finds Useful
, Furniture in White House Attic
Washington, April 27.—A program for
[ renovation of the White House this spring
I affords Coolidge her first real op
i portunity to dress the executive mansion
: up to her tastes.
Congress has appropriated, SSQ,OOO' for
I the repair of the house, but most bf this
1 will bs spent in renovating the decoratibnfs,
and furnishings, and practically dll of
the work will be done on the first floor
’ in the semi-public rooms.
While Mrs. Coolidge will have the choice
of materials, it is-r believed she will fol
low custom and retain the standards in
colors and designs established for these"
rooms by Mrs. Roosevelt.
Operations in the beginning will be cen
tered on the Green Room, which , .suc
cumbed to the flirtations of the sun sev
eral years ago and faded to a jaded
brown. The Red and Blue Rooms are in
comparatively good condition and slight
changes will ‘be made in them. Some
upholstering will be done, arid she rugs
changed. ’ < i- ,
Other funds will be expended on mod
ernising the elevator, remodeling . the
plumbing and vacuum cleaner sytftem,
painting the floors apd replacing rug?
in many rooms, including the President’s
Mrs. Coolidge already is rivaling her
husband’s fame for economy. Practical
ly no new furniture'has been bought by
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Wrestling was the sport of the ancient
Greeks, the perfect race. It was the test
of skill ah dstrength ■ that brought the
highest honors to the. victor, and poets,
orators, and the brains of the classic age
vied with one another for the signal
honor of wearing the laurel wreath of the
Tennis stars of America, England,
France, Spain, South America and Jap
an are entered in the big. international
tournament to begin % Paris at the end
of May. ; ;} ”
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■ I J ior ke-Wads worth
the CONCOR& daily tribune
her, but recently she visited the White
House store house and, resurrected two
pieces which had been discarded. One
was a table, inset with brass diagonal
pieces, one of which'-was missing. This
pieces was restored,; trod Mts. Codlidge
has been complimented several times by
visitors on the result.
\ She also picked up in the store house
an old fashioned comfortable chair, bear
ing a tag which identified it os “Presi
dent Jackson’s chair.” It is now in the
Presidents study. r \
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FAILURE TO GET DOCTOR
LEADS TO DAMAGE SOT
Birth and Death ©f Baby Causes Couple
to Ask $60,000 of Telephone Company.
Greensboro, April 27.-~Because a phys
ician could not be secured and a child'
was born with no one with she mother,
the infant later dying, Mr. and Mijs.'
Robert D. Thompson, of this city, today
started suit in Guilford superior cotth
here against the Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph company for $50,000.
It is alleged in the complaint that whin
c Madtto ordzr~
c 2 new "Standard” Oil
There is a new "Standard” Polarine
Motor CHI refined especially for the Ford
engine and transmission. It flows freely,
v It is the result of years of laboratory ex
periments and road tests and is the best
oil for Ford Cars.
Thorough lubrication of the Ford Car
is a; special problem. The new oil fits the
requirements of the Ford engine so
Closely that it is not sold for use in other
makes of car.
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it was apparent the child was about to
be born, Mr: Thompson hurried to a tele
phone to huinmon Dr.;Di.tY. Holt,'and
was told by the telephone' operator that
connection could not be given because the
physician’s receiver was down. The .doc
tor denies that it was. After a search Mr.
Thompson found the physician's home and
they went to his own home where the :
child had been born with the mother
What will one cent buy? See paper
Thursday. B. C.' £.
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Tuesday, April 28, 1925
“You say you come from Detroit,”
said the doctor “to his fellow passenger
on a Canadian train“that’s- where
they make motor-cars, isn’t it?”
“Sure replied the American with some
resentment; “we mike other things in
-• “Yes, I 1 know,” retorted the doctor;
• I’ve ridden in ’em-.” i
Charles A. Comiekey, the “big boss” of
the Chicago White Sox, is credited-with
being the only sole owner of a baseball
franchise and plant in the major leagues.
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