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Ol« STORE WILL CLOSE THURB- ]
BAS AT NOON. UPPABD & BAR
Ftem*—Can ot Kite In Court Room. Tte
owner can jet same by calling at Trib
une offlee and paying for ad. 9-2 t-c.
Loot—Traveling Bag Containing Lsdtos
clothes, on highway between W. C. t
McKinley's and Mason Goodman's.
Reasonable reward for return to W. C.
McKinley, Route Two, Kannapolis.
9-lt-. ■ 1
"y;" 1 ’'—i ——
For Bent—A Good 100 Acre Farm in
No. 6 -township. G. A- Fisher, Con- '
cord, N. O. Phone S-R. 9-2 t-p. 1
Peaches—Nice Sandhill Peaches by the <
peck or bushel. Phone Cs. 56R. Kd.
M. Cook Company. 0-lt-p.
Notice—To Our Customers and Frlemte,
we will close Thursday at noon. Phone
us your orders in the morning and we
will give you service. I.ippard A Bar
rier. y 8-it-p.
For Herat — Four-room or Six-Room
house. Call 328 R. I*. G. Cook. 7-tf-\
Now Is the Ttee to Lay to Tour Winter
wood. Good pine wood. Phone 50f2.
H. E. Coqk. 6-4 t-p.
Desirable Furnished Rooms For Rent; |
New house with modern conveniences. I
Phone 301. 10-ts-p. |
Post and Flagg’s Cotton Letter.
New York.'July B.—The cotton mat
ket continues firm in tone with an ad
vancing tendency which luuv.-now car
ried prices back to the ]K>int from which
the decline started just after the report.
The demand is a reflection of growing
apprehension as to the size of the crop,
vfith continued indications that further
tnrovement in business may be expect
in due coprse with a reasonable de
gree of confidence.
Crop deterioration ns a result of
weather conditions or insect activity is
the usual thing during the next (10 days
or so and. in fact, for the balance of tire
season. To some extent this is natural
hut nature is often ably assisted by
other agencies -and the dercrorution
tendered more rapid and extensive,
Whether that will happen t'lis Season or
not remains to be seen but in the past
the fairest prospects have been badly
disfigured by developments during July
and August and it is fear of this which
has brought on general short covering
and in some instances resulted in a de
cided change of Sentiment as to the
- The increase iii the demand has been
somewhat difficult to satisfy, as we
have not yet reached the time when
selling against the chop has Assumed im
portant proportions and that Will hard
ly dcyelop for several weeks yet and will
be less urgent accordingly as drop proe
\ For Light-Footed
| ( Comfort
i. You'll find that the pleas
i;1 S little one-strap cut-out
1 vamp as pictured here is
Made of soft patent kid, it
fits so smoothly, at ,tne
throat, instep and ankle. It
i * XT p y> g is a dandy comfortable shoe
! <.*j . for general summer-wear.
? ’THE HOMF OF GOOD SHOES” QQ to QQ
_ i £
THE NEW EFIRD STORE
I '. | jr' • • \l r ,/ ; ‘
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
Man’s Overalls 98c
Youths’ Overalls 79c aiid 95c
Boys 9 Overalls . 49c ahd 79c
See Efird’s for Specials and
[ Store Closes Every Thursday
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I liit NtW Li 1RI) ultfKu
I We Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
Lost—■ Collecting Book Route One of
TriSune, cither on South Union. East
Depot, or N. Church street. Finder
warned not to collect from this book.
Had name of Lloyd McKay written in
book, together with all names of sub
scribers on this route. Return to Trib
une office. 9-ts.
Cantaloupes, Cantaloupes, Big Lot. Phone
us. 5«5. We deliver. Ed. M. Cook
Company. _ 9-1 t-p.
For Rent-—5 Room Cottage No. 74 IV.
Corbin St. Apply Concord Steam
Big Lot Nice Country Keans. Phone l a,
565. Ed. Si. Cook Company. 9-lt-p.
Good Taro or Three Horse Farm W
rent or sale. Nine miles north of
Concord, eight miles east of China
Grove, on public road one-half mile
from Channels Church and school, on
Dutch Buffalo Crook. Good ground for
cotton, corn, wheat. Pasture, meadow
ami bottom land. Good buildings and
orchard. Phono 8511 Cohcord. or
write R. F. D. No. 1, China Qrove.
J. E. Carter. 8-2 t-p
Every Child Can Get One of Our Beau
tiful infant dolls without a cent of
money. Read the big page ad. ahd see
hoW easy it is. ts.
For Rent—Five Room BUto-SlOw, With
bath, *IB.OO pee month. Phone 832.
pects prove less- flattering.
It is hardly a time to take any de
cided stand on either side but it looks
that if cotton is to sell materially lower ;
many of life Adversities which ordinarily
overtake the crop will need to be avoid
ed. while ff they arc not avoided and'
business ’ctmHntffis to improve a broader,
more urgent demand will set in and force
a higher level even if that proves prema
POST AND FLAGG
The timid Soul.
There is some humor of an uninten
tional sort even in a hospital ward. A
young man and his wife appeared at the
office of the Wesley Hospital last week
for an operative case. the husband was
given an admittance slip to file fifth floor
ward. Despite his vigorous protests,
the nurse insisted on his going to bed.
The young man. seeing it useless to ar
gue. became visibly disturbed, but thought
it the best policy to obey orders.
“I’m not to be operated on. however.”
he finally managed to tell the nurse:
"it's my wife who is the patient!”
The number of blacksmiths plying
trade in the United States is esti
mated to have declined from 232.000 in
1010 to less than 173.000 at the present
Tlie finest sapphire are found In Cey
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
f IN AND ABOUT THE OTTY 1
JURORS CHOSEN FOR AUGUST
TERM OF SUPERIOR COURT
Court WUI Convene 17th and WiU Con
tinue In Session For Three Weeks.
At their fleeting Monday the county
commmissioubrs drew the following men
to serve as jurors, at the August term of
Cabarrus Superior Court which convenes
here on August 17th:
G. H. Mauldin, No. 4 township; Frank
Stone. Ward 5; J. M. Cauble, No. 4
township; C. R. James. No. 4 township;
IV. F. Allman. Ward 5; J. C. Hartsell,
Ward 1; F. M. Trull. No. 2 township;
Thomas Blackwelder, No. 11 township;
C. L. Ketchie, No. 4 towns’aip; R. L.
Furr, No. 9 township: John Deal, Ward
1: W. L. 11. Baker, No. 10 township;
It. B. Furr, No. 8 township; Ralph
Harstsell, No. 2 township; A. G. Clay
ton. No. 5 township: J. R. t'm-zine. Ward
1 .'!; It. B. McDonald, No. 11 township:
D. C. Beaver, No. 10 township; W. F.
White. No. 2 township; H. C. Clawson,
No. 4 township; T. E. Correll. No. 4
township; IV. D. Armstrong. Ward 5;
IV. A. Holland. No. 11 township; W.
M. Fisher, Ward 1; W. L. Nance, No.
4 township; Geo. A. Boger, No. 8 town
ship; J. IV. Slough, Ward 3; J. L. Ross,
No. 11 towmdiip; E. S. Leonard, Ward
, 2; A. IV. Earnhardt, No. 4 township;
Fred McHorib, No. 4 township; C. M.
Russell. No. 2 township; G. IV. Trout
man. No. 4 township; C. J. Rogers.
Ward 4; M. F.-4'ray ton, No. 9 town
ship ; R. Z. Bentley, Ward 3.
L. J. Correll, No. 4 township; Roy
Dry. Ward 3; J. H. Hopkins, Ward 3;
M. 1.. Horton, No. 10 township; J. N.
Brown, No. 10 township; L. E. Hahn.
No. 8 township; H. E. Beaver, Ward 5;
Ary F. Sides, No. 7 township; H. L.
Boat. No. 11 township; T. P. Wallace.
No. 1 township; T. B. Parker, No. 4
township; B. T. Funderburk, No. 4 town
ship: IV. H. Gibson. Ward 1; Zeb 8.
Parnell. Ward 1; C. S. Miller. Ward
3; Ira E. Ritchie. No. 6 township:
1.. Huffstickler. No. 2 township; Paul O.
I’etrea, No. 8 town.4iip.
W. D. Sloop, No. 1 township: A. F.
Blackwelder. Ward 1 : R. D. Smith, No.
2 township: F. S. Goodman. No. 2 town
ship; .1. It. Kiser. No. 1 township; D.
P. Covington. Ward 2; It. H. Buchanan,
Ward 5; IV. C. Wise, No. 4 township;
IV. IV. Coley. Ward I: Page M. Young,
No. 11 township: IV. O. Miller. Ward
1 : IV. IV. Driver, Ward 1: W. L. Beav
er. WaHl 2: M. L. Smith. No. 10 town
ship; X, M. Black. ,Xo. 10 township;
Jasper Shaw. Ward 5: T. Ci Copeland.
No. 4 township; fl, D. Benson. No. 3
HARTSELL MILL CAFE OWNER
INJURED WHEN HIT BY FORD
Lutiberton Man Ran Info C. +. Turker
Yesterday Afternoon. —Ford. Is Badly
Damaged. ,r.- - ■ . . .1
C. T. Ttidfpr. proprietor of flip Burt-'
seil Mill Case, was strack by? ,d iijf'ord
roadster drive* lift H. T. Jijfrisdti. of
Lumberton. afternoon and was
painfully, .but pot Aerionjdy injured.
The Ford was hadly- jftmaged flkiin the
foik-e of the impact. 4xlc entire radia
tor was knocked in and was bent, the
mesh in pert was flattened and oGjflf*
wise damaged. One of the front ligma
was knocked off and evea the front axle
bad a slight dent, where it struck Mr.
Tucker on the leg. Mr. Johnson de- I
dared that the steering gear was.partly
out of whack.”
The accident occurred when Johnson,
wkp Mad been to the Jackson Training
■ School to visit his boy in that infltitu-J
tion. was returning to Concord. He
had taken a number of bottles of soft
'drinks and found when reaching the School
(that the Jjoy would not be allowed to
| keep theni. At the time he was taking
the bottle* tetk to the filling station near
the depot where he had procured them.
Tucker had agreed to crank an Old
model Liberty which was parked outside
his case befote the accident happened.
The crank was loose ami after he started
the car he ran across the road to avoid
being hit by it if it should fly off.
When he ran across the road, he
stopped directly in front of Johnson’s
Ford which did not have time to be
turned and hit him squarely in the chest.
He was knocked down and at first was
thought to be badly injured. He was
rushed to the Concord Hospital, where
lie was given a thorough examination.
His injuries consisted of bad bruises on
the chest, the legs, and some slight
seraehes on the arms. After having
his examination, he left the hospital for
S. S. Small, also of Lumberton. who
ws with Johnson at the time of the acci
dent. and Johnson left late yesterday for
f their Moines.
REVENUE OFFICER SPURS
SALE OF LICENSE TAGS
Rumor That People W««i Being Arrested
in KanmpcH* Causes Rush.—New
A rumor to the effect that an agent
for the State Revenue Department was
in Kannapolis yesterday inqti’ring into
the reasons for persons not acquiring new
license tags acted as a spur to those
who hnd been lax in this matter and
Urge numbers of them made application
1 for the numbers during the afternoon.
Owing to the fact that the tags had
jail been sold, these persons were unable
to procure them at the local office of the
Carolina Motor Club, - The last of the
new issue of numbers had been sold in
the morning and although additional ones
nd been ordered from Raleigh almost a
week, they did not arrive until this
A total of 3.500 numbers had been sold
up to yesterday by the ioCal office.
No. 11 Sunday School Convention.
The No. 11 township Sunday School
Convention will be held at Mt. Hcraron
church on Friday, the 24th of July, at
10 :!U) a. m. All schools ! n the town
ship will note this ami be represented.
Hie ptogram will be published Uter.
\ ASA BLACKWELDER, Sec.
- r •-»■»’»» • »■
When a bride’s parents force her ,to
leave her husband immediately afte*4te4
Jriage she canhot later obtain * dlAnte
|the dedsiottof a Beattie court. *5
It A^ e l fl,ty ‘ two ymn> ot “ntinuedjterv
[ice without Dave to
RAINBOW AT NICRI WAS
SEEN IN BRISTOL TENN.
T. D. Mantua Sends Clipping Taking of
Unusual Phenomena* ha Border City.
T. D. Maness, who with Mrs. Manesa
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lee Morrison in Qrwttt, Va.-Tenn., sends
to The Timee and The Tribune a clipping
from the Bistol Herald-Courier, telling of
an unusual phenomenon in that city. Mr.
Maness admits that fito story is hard to
believe so he sends the following clip
“Bristolians seldom miss anything un
usual seen in the skies. Any phenome
non. night or day in the heavens, is al
most certain to be seen by somebody in
“Last night the Herald-Courier re
ceived more than a donen telephone calls
from local people calling attention to a
rainbow visible in the northwest. Mem
bers of tMe news department of the news
paper after making diligent search of the
npt>cr regions finally located the sib semi
circle of glowing light.
“The rainbow was brought out in re
lief by the light of the moon. There tvgs
no display of color; —only a huge half eli
de of glowing light. Many who called
the newspaper said it wgs the first time
they had ever witnessed anything of the
kind. The rainbow wms discovered about
10 :80 o'clock, just after the storm had
passed.” ' <i -
In one part of his letter Mr. Maness
said: “I noticed in Monday's Times that
it is hot in Concord. I wore a winter
suit last night and h*ee on n spring suit
GIBSON CRIMED FDR GAME
WITH KANNAPOLIS TflbAt
two Pitching Acts, VtMshouser at* West
-rtclg,-. To Be sete Here —Game Sat
nrday in KaiUufpmk.
News that Ctemmer. Gaston county’s
best catcher, had teen secured to re
ceive IVestenedge this afternoon in the
game between Gibfteh and Kannapolis,
has ben received hete with much interest.
Clmmer is probably the best catcher seen
ou the local diamond this year and he
should add strength to the Gibson team.
Another item of interest is the an
m>unoement that Holshoiiser. Carolina
pitching ace, will occupy the mound for
Kannti|>olis in this afternoon's edntest.
The New York Giants have been anxious
to get their hands on him recently. He
lias got a fast ball that is baffling to his
During recent guhies which be has
pitched for Kannapolis he has held his
opponents to very few safe tfiows; 11
Joe 'iVestenedgc pitching for Gibadn is
, said to have remarked that if his team
mates give him two runs In' will win the
game for Gibson. tie was recently beat-1
eg when hy took, j tos All-Stars to Kan
napolis ami is aitxibus for this oppor
tunity to avenge himself.
! In' Saturday's game, which is to Be
played in' Kotina to**, Simmons, dbe I
IVake Forestwill pitch for Gibson
against Chainjdoti. t
Both games lire to he nil!*} at 3 :3b
local man ftEcSnei.
IV. !L Ftt Appointoi Member of file
FitUHte H'omrtunittm of Nhrth Cato
Notification tluit li« had been nomi
nated ns a member of ; the Finance Coth-
I inittee of thi Kortii Cafolina railroad was
received lastcpifht by Ron. IV. A. Foil
in a telegram from Governor McLean. .
i The telegram was Is follows: “Have
'tominnted you for enction by directors
ns a member of the Finance Committee
of the Xcrtly Carolina -railroad. Meeting
Greensboro noon tomorrow but your at
tendance ndt necessarily required.
(Signed) “A. IV. McLBAX. Gov.”
The nomination of|Mr. Foil by the
governor aasures hint i place bu the Fi
nance Committee sinceghe eli>ction by the
directors Is mere form, , ,
Mr. Foil wired to tis governor imme
diately that it would, be Impossible for
him to attend the nutting and thankexi
him for the uominatiol. Regent illness
made it impossible for, him to leave the
city. He pas brought* back from Lynch
burg yesterday after having been there
for a week. IVhile rißiting his brother
in that city, he was taken sick and is
at present recovering.
The appointment of Major Foil to a
place on the Finance Committee i« con
sidered a signal honor, Thi* commit
tee has virtual control of the North Car
FORD FAILS TO EVADE
HEAVY LIBEL ACTION
Hi* Affidavit Says lie ttafl. Nothing to
Do With Attacks c.i Jews—Judge
New York. July B.—A denial of per
sonal responsibility for gn attack on
Jews in his paper is made by Henry
Fotd iu an affidavit which he has un
successfully sought to file iu connection
with libel suits against him anil the
Dejirborn Independent By Herman Bern
stein, editor of the Jewish Tribune, who
Federal Judge Kuo* yesterday re
fused to accept the affidavit or to vacate
an attachment which ties up $65,000
Ford money oh deposit in New York
“The merit- of this fuse, rather tfinb
its technicalities, must hereafter eu
|n*e the attention of the court,’’ said
the judge. v - :i
..i . i tin i.i, afc.
ill ISBIUH rTV|i am.
The Mission Band of Keller Keformed !
Church will give a program Sunday. July
12th. beginning at 7:80 o’clock. The
following is rite program:
Song; Come Tlion Almighty King—
Scripture and I‘rayer-.—l’aator.
Welcome —William Cooke.
Song: Working for J touts—Choir.
Exerrise: The Pritotoae by two girls,
Song: Ten Me the Stories of Jestto
Recitation —Lillian Brantley.
' toW I ■
“iST”’ J t Cui your Gas
You Can Cook
with the Gas Turned Off!
■ You Save
The patented Chambers Tbermodome appliance an mean so modi to you hi
end Ihsuleted Oven complete entire freedom, convenience and economy.
tyou now w^aate A demonstration will show how pro
rMiatee from the ordinsry Stably yoo can replace your present
.r* I * n «® f* n offer th « «xydpmwil With a Chambers Ranee.
Mvlntiyca of the special Chambers Came in today and examine the mab*
***» Wo Other modem household beautiful Chambers
Yemtun enjoy a Chambers Range while paying
-m I I ■ ‘ll ** **
Concord fc Kaflhap olis Gas Co*
Doctor Is .Dead
Poor fellojy! He died for lack of appreciation and propbr treatitttrftt. He
plowed throtigh long roads on stormy nights. He fearlessly cared for the
, community during smallpox, influenza and other epidemics, think!tig not at
all of his own health or his own Hfe, which were in mortal danger—Unit faith
ful to his call to loving service.
His family, now is in heed. He left them only a great stack of unpaid
accounts ,and the memory of a noble character. Surely he must have suffered
great agony as he thought of the future of his loved ones—-cheated Os their
future by his friends too thoughtless to reklize that he needed his money.
The old hero is dead! Martyred because of his faith in humanity. He
caused thousands to live, who seemingly cased not a whit, whether he lived
or not. Certainly they denied him this substance necessary for the lives of
_ But modern times demand that your doctor Shall net be a martyr to his
profession. The business woHd, your national patriotism, your religion asks
in no Uncertain terms fpr a fierce and unrelenting fight oh dtat&se. Your
doctors are your leaders, Hie best leaders are the best paid leaders. Do yous
pirt i« the great war, by paying your doctor promptly at the end of each
Trur doctors must provide for their families’ future. Thfcy expect you to
help them by paying more promptly.
Your Doctors Must Provide for Their Familys’ Future.
They Expect You to Help Them By Payihg More Prompt
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Thursday, July 0, 1025