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tiqns'in* all*'lese^ IKE 1KE a 8 0.
torn toys te nee for Wfl&elf Dtojril you
*avb. L. E., BogerT^to^lSotrib
sette, lac., I will receive kids for the
entire Rock of goods in the building
at 72 South Union street, exclusive of
the weSWotbOoks, for one week. Copy of
inventory of personal inspection may
be obtained on application to C. A.
Isenbour, assignee, in Cabarrus Sav
ings Bank Building. Concord. N.. C.,
July 20, 1925. 20dt-p.
Now is The Tbne For Housekeepers to
can Elbert* peaces, as the crop is
two weeks ahead of the season. Call.
A. F. Lefler, 5730. 20-2 t-p.
For Sale—lt Acres Two Miles From i
Court House on Old Concord-Salisbury!
Hoad with buildings. 18 acres on op
posite side of road from the above tract,
Both suitable for suburban homes. Will
sell both tracts as a whole or cut them
to suit the purchaser at real bargains.
80 acres on Coneord-Mt. Pleasant
National Highway 4 1-2 miles from
Concord with good buildings, orchard,
meadow and pasture. An ideal place
for a country home. 7 room house on
White street near Brown mill with-out
buildings, tine orchard, lot 60x300
feet, on easy terms at a real bargain,
ijalf dozen other houses and lots for
sale or rent We also have quite a
Humber of valuable farms for sale;
Jno. K. Patterson & Co., Agents.
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Fbr a Taxi, Call Phone 500. 4. D
Wanted—Jßubber, Rags. Inner Tubes,
rubber boots, rubber shoes, rags,
■brags, rags. Rag Man, George Rober
flPson. Phone 865. 17-st-p.
For Kent —Rooms Above Correil Jewelry
Storjt. Call 100. 17-st-p.
Rqnt a Ford, Drive "i? Yourself. 4. D.
Boyd. Phone 508. 14-10 t-p.
COMEDY OF ERRORS
i| IS SEEN AT DAYTON
New York Pastor Asserts Truth Doesn’t
Need Daw er Arms to Protect It.
New York World.
In his sermon yesterday in the Jack
son Heights Community Ohurc'i the
Rev. F. F. Vocrhees called the Scopes
trial a modern comedy of errors and a
mistake that would be laughable were it
“The law that forbids the teaching of
any theory in the schools of Tennessee
that contradicts the Biblieal account of
the creation of man is a great mistake
because it seeks to protect and propa
gate a theory whit's the Bible was never
designed to teach,” he said. ''The pri
mary purpose of the ffi-et chapter <J t Gen
esis was not so much to teach the method
of creation as it was to teach the means
thereof —‘In the Beginning God created
the heavens ahd the eart'i.’ That this
was the case is intimated by the fact
that the two creation stories which are
contained in the first three chapters of
Genesis do not agree with each other as
to method but they do agree with cacti
other as to means—and by further fact
that the compiler or editor of the Bible
saw fit to place these two stories which i
are more or-less contradictory, side by
“Any truth that needs to be protected
by force of law or arms isn't woth pro
tecting because it isn't true. Truth
cah hold its own against all comers.
Therefore. I say the law in Tennessee is
a ludicrous mistake because it is de
signed to protect a theory which the
authors of the Bible themselves didn't
feel disposed to protect.
“The good people of Tennessee were
I THE NEW EFIRD STORE
|p AUI This Week j
JULY CLEARANCE SALE j
No Profit Sale on Ladies’ j
mi f v ■
Buy Yotor Dresses at Whole
s«ic * uuring tins Dig
■TV * " '
Bbv-'.i" W.:."' ' -’1
Wanted—Good Second Hand Ford Cheap.
Coupe preferred, L. B. Boger. 21-2 t-p.
If You Want to Save Half Yomr Ott BIH
buy an Ever-Ready Automate Oiler
for Fords ahd trucks. L. E. Boger,
Factory Pkstribtttor. 21-2 t-p.
For Sale—On* Caloric Pipeless Furnace
No. 48. Phone 294. L. A. Fisher.
To My Friends an# Customers—l Now
have the agency for Guaranteed Real
Silk Hosiery and Socks. Will appreci
ate your continued patronage. Ruth
Fryling Mareho. 21-4 t-p.
For Sale—Cotton Gin, One 80 Saw Gin
ami one 70 saw gin, double box press.
Also two saw mills. All in good condi
tion. Glosson-Estridge, Route 1, Ca
barrus. -20-3 t-p.
Pigeons For Sale—OM or Young. Solid
white or splashed. Mated pairs. Jesse
McClellan. East Depot St. 17-ts-p.
Wanted—Old Auto Carings, Inner Tubes,
Airplane prices for submarine quality.
Rubber, rubber, rags, boots, shoes, rags,
metal, rubber and jugs. Anything
worth while. Chas. H. Foil. 17-st-p.
For Sato—Child’s White Enameled Bed
and mattress in good condition. Mrs.
Robert C. Corzine. lfi
For Rent—-Desk-able Store Room 30 by
75 in the heart of the business sec
tion. Phone 327. 15-ts-c.
Have You Paid Your Cabarrus Mutual
May Assessment? John K. Patterson,
You Have Tried The Others For Print
ing and wall papering. Try me, and
tell others of the difference. John A.
Benfield. Phone 4911,. 17-6 t-p.
Desirable Furnished Rooms For Rent;
New house with modem conveniences.
Phone 501. JO-ts-p.
For Rent—Nice South Bed Room. Can
secure meals across the street. For
information regarding the room phone
761 R. 15-ts-p.
led into their mistake by the mistakes
of some over-zealous scientists who have
gone so far as to believe anti teach that
if was either religion or science. There;
is no conflict between science and reli
gion and both are necessary to man's:
well being. But scientists haven't al-;
ways been able or willing to recognize
this fact and consequently many good 1
people 'lave concluded if it's either science .
or religion then give us religion.
“When some scientists undertake to
deny truth in the name of science they
make just as big monkeys of themselves
as do the Fundamentalists when they
undertake to deny the theory of evolu
tion in the name of religion.
, “What dees Mr, Darrow know, for
instance, about religion? And w-hat
does Mr. Bryan know about science?
And what do the judge and jury know 1
about Biblical and scientific investiga- j
tions and discoveries? These issues
can be settled only in the class room and
laboratory on the one hand and in the
prayer meeting and the daily round of
life on the other.
"The greatest mistake of all is sor 1
Mr. Bryan or anybody else to suppose
that Christianity is going to stand or !
fall with the reeision reached in this ■
trial. A manifestation of the spirit of
bitterness and hatred on the part of the
c'uampions of Christianity toward their
opponents would do far more to discredit ’
Christianity than would a decision in 1
favor o fMr. Scopes."
Sir Thomas Lipton has never succeed- !
ed in lifting the America's Cup, not
withstanding that his collection of
tailxmuns and luck charms is said to be
one of the largest in the world.
IN AND: ABOUT THE CITY
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PYTHIANB CONTINUE TO DEAD
TEAMS IN CITY BASEBALL
DeMotay Second and Y. M. C. A. Third.
—Eligible Players in League Anratmt
*4 tv Mr. HR.
With the City Baseball League about
half over, the Pythians seem to have ac
quired a firm hold on first place and con
tinue to repulse invaders who would dis
place them from their lofty perch.
Both the Y and DeMolay teams are
strong bnt failed to get started early with
the result that they are fighting for sec
ond and third places with little hope of
getting to the top. The DeMolay nine
is given second rating and the Y thirdt
with Calvary Lutheran hopelessly sunk'
iu the morasses of the cellar position. |
A corrected count, of games, however, |
would probably give the Y second place i
over the DeMolays. The game under dis- .
pute is the contest between these two |
teams last week when the DeMolay ag
gregation failed to show up on two sue-- 1
eessive dates for a scheduled match. At
the time, the Y was given the game by;
forfeit but since then, other things
come up and H. J. Hitt, grand mogul of'
the loop, is not including it in his tally, j
The standing follows:
Won Lost PC.
Pythians 5 1 .833
DeMolay __ 8 2 .600
Y. M. C. A 2 2 .500
Calvary __ 0 5 .000
Persons eligible to play in the remain
ing games are also announced by Presi
dent Hitt as follow's:
UcMola.v Team—R. Cline, J. Cleaver,
E. Dentbn, C. D. Fink. L. Garmon, J.
Mclnnis, B. Morgan. B. Pudolsky, R.
Ridenhour. O: Ridenbour, J. W. Sever,
1). L. Sapp. P. Tucker. C. Widenhouse.
Y. M. C. A.—E. B. Bruton. R. Bell. 1
F. M. Furr, J. A. Goodman. W. Hastings. ;
J. C. Hill, H. K. Jewell. J. Misenheimer,!
E. L. Morrison, F. H. Shinn. D. E. Bap
pcnfield. N. E. Sappenfield. J. W. Var
ner. E. I, .WinecofF.
K. of P.—E. Biggers, J. Boger. P.
Bost, F. C-ox. G. J. Dorton. J. R. Dor- 1
ton. E. Dorton, H. J. Hitt, H. 8. Gray.
J. P. Plyler. F. Simpson, Theo. Williams,
Theo. Widenhouse, A. H. White. .
Calvary Lutheran—O. Propst, R.
Cleaver. C. Cleaver, C. Cauble. R. Morri
son. M. S. Barnhnrdt. C. McEaehern, J.
O. Sloop, C. Yerton. Bud Fry, C. Robin
son. 11. Mauldin, F. Gregory, F. Router.
CONCORD TOURISTS SEN'b
STORM OF LETTERS HERE
; Entire Party - Prove to Be Good Seamen
j When None Are Blrik on Board Ship.
I Concord was visited Monday by the
! greatest rain of European mail ever ex
| pcrienced in the history of the eity.
I Relatives and friends of the travelers
had waited anxiously for mail since they
j set sail on July 4th. but none had bfen
I forthcoming until the deluge arrived in
the Postoffice Monday.
The greater part of the letters were
written on board ship and told of the
very delightful time the party was hav
ing. Time was not .hanging heavy on
their hands, the letters said; there was
something to do every minute. ‘Y
Seemingly the strangest incident of the
t entire trip was the fact that done of the
. party had been sick on the way over to
I England. Skeptics in Concord were rn
. c-lined to doubt the statements in this
. matter and declared that a grand hoax
was being pfrpet rated on the home folks.
, The letters w-ere unanimous in stating
j tlmt there was not the slightest evidence 1
of any of the customary illness attend
, ant to sailing the ocean.
I Mr. Blanks, pilot of the tour, seems
to be making himself very popular. He
lias taken his charges over the ship on
. several occasions pointhig out the benu
; ties of first class passage and expatriating
j on the other places of interest on the ves-
Isel. One young lady writes that he is so
nice ami is a perfect dear.
I COMPUTING TAXES TASK
FOR REGISTER OF DEERS
Mr. Elliott and Assistants Are Making
Fine Progress With the Work. How
Computing taxes is the task of Regis
ter of Deeds Elliott at the present time,
j "but he has made fine progress with the
i work. The task was started some time
i ago and Sir. Elliott and his assistants
| have made more progress this year than
they made last year at the same time.
The tax books are being turned over
, to Mr. Eliott by J. W. B. Long, county
I tax supervisor, as soon as the latter com
• p'etes his work on Hem. While some of
the tax listers were later than others in
turning in their books to Mr. Tsing,
| most of them acted promptly in the mat
i ter and this has allowed the books to
i reach Mr. Elliott-without delay.
J| Mr. Elliott expects to complete work
ion the books'in the near future.
! Co-op Campaign In County Continues
(Successfully This Week.
The educational campaign which is
being conducted again this week by the
Co-ops in Cabarrns county continues to
attract large numbers of persons to the
, meetings each night.
( T. D. McLean, who succeeds H. H.
B. Mask as the chief speaker, made an
address to one of the largest audiences
i gathered yet to hear the speakers at
Rimer Monday night. He is/to speak
at Mt. Pleasant tonight and at Pinacle
j Wednesday, Geoygeville on Thursday and
( at Flowes on Friday night.
Persons at each of the meetings are
I invited to ask questions on anything in
connection with the co-operative move
Caldwell Family Reunion August Fifth.
The annual Caldwell family reunion
Will be held this yeor on Wednesday,
August sth. at the Poplar Tent Presby
terian Church grounds.
At the reunion held last year at Rocky
River, B. V. Caldwell invited the mem
bers of the family to meet with his this
year. During the year hi« home was
destroyed by fire, however, and for that
reason it has been decided to have the
exercises in the beautiful grove at Poplar
A fine program for the reunion is be
ing out,,'and'members ofotße
family expect the gathering this year to
I *h? Bt and ODe of th * mo * t "*■
THE CONCORD DXTEY TRIBUNE
GIBSON MILL TKjW WILL
Tdurrany otm n Cwnoora. * Bring
Concord baseball fans have much to
be thankful for. There are two game*
with Kannapolis, which np to toe pres
ent were to the far distant future, now
scheduled for the immediate present. One
is to be seen by several thousand next
Saturday at Kannapolis while the sec
ond comes on the Saturday following at
the Gibson park.
Byway of practice and keeping the
fans satisfied hare this week, Cooteemee
is bringing a team to Concord Thursday
afternoon for an afternoon's entertain
ment when a select number of stores
close their doors for the regular weekly
Cooteemee has a strong team. Al
ready this season,' the Rowaniteo have
taken a goodly number of the contests
by generous scores and have recently
added some material to their team which
should make them formidable opponents.
Gibson ’will take no chances in play
ing them and has arranged to have the
entire aggregation of iwatters to he over
Thursday. Watts. has been hidden
in the left, field digression during toe
entire season, will jump into the lime
light and take pitchers box on this oc
casion. Clemmer will receive and the
other lineup will be' the same as It has
been for some time past.
The two game*; with Kannapolis will
both be events. . Since the Concord team
lost one of with Kannapo
lis before, it is - likely that Herculean ef
forts will be expended in winning both
of the approaching gttmes.
“Ql'O VAlriS" :|p
drama of Thrills
New Film Version -of Sleukiewiex Novel
Biggest Ever Pai on the Screen.
By the Press Agent.
The motion picture “fan” of today de
mands torills. adVentnre. love interest
and “something to carry home and think
,ln "(jno YadgriMShist National's gi
gantic film the Sienkiewicx
novel, he will this and more.
He will have than he ever
had in one his life; he will
behuhl love that ftikil'sforms base metal
into pure gold; lie will see the downfall
of the most autocratic government in
ancient tiinito and toe birth and spread
of the Christian faith.
“Quo Vadis” is one of the most ab
sorbingly interesting and thrilling pro
ductions that has ever been screened.
It is correct historically, delightful ar
tistically and perfect in detail and per
spective. besides being a profound psy
chological study. ~ .
The scene is Rome in the time ofi
Nero, most corrupt of the Caesars, when
the Eternal City was the melting pot of
tile- world. The contrast between Nero
and toe A|W>stle Peter, the Empress Pop- ]
paea Augusta and Lygia. the Christian
maiden, with the transformation of Vini-1
rioux' life and character through his love
for Lygia are as vftid ah anything in
the drama or in literature. Tlie scenes
are tremendously real-and .spectacular.
Nothing more realMtir has ever been
accomplished in photographic art than
the portrayal of toes great royal ban
quets. the burning of Rome and the
scenes in the arena —the tossing of the
Christians to the liqps, Urxus' rescue
of Lygia from the b*Ck of the raging
bull, and others. At the Concord Thea
tre again today.
FUNERAL SERVICER FOR
MARTIN PROPST MONDAY
Services tick) at LaU* Home of the Do-'
ceased in No. It totftkriiip.—lnterment
In Coifl Water Cemetery.
Funeral services for Martin Propst.
well known farmer of the county Who
died Saturday night at his home in No.
IX township, were held Monday after
noon at 3 o'clock at the home. The
services were conducted by Rev. Henry
Blackwclder and interment was made in
the cemetery at Cold Water Baptist
Mr. Propst died Sunday night about
9:30 oclock. death being due to heart
trouble. He became suddenly ill Sun
day morning, his condition growing rap
Mr. Propst was 09 years of age and
is survived by 'ais wife and several chil
NEPHEW OF LOCAL MAN
KILLED IN ACCIDENT
. -r. i - ', 4" .i
John Benson Dead of Injuries Received
In Auto Accident Noar Wilmington
R. P. Benson this iboMtng received a
message stating that Ms nephew. John
Benson, died Monday c -tot about mid
night frmn injuries m r red about two
hours curlier in an automobile accident
near bis Wilmington tonne. No par
ticuharu of the accident were contained
in the message.
The deceased was about twenty year*
of ago and was a son of Job a C.. Benson,
who lias been living in Wilmington for
several years. A brother of the de
ceased was drowned at Fort Caswell sev
er*! years ago. \
Sly Trip to Coral Gatfoo. Miami, F&
Boys, you have all .heard of the dad
rush to gold fields ahd oil field* for op
portunities to make iHoney. I never ex
perienced either of the above and of
course know only by reading ami hearsay
about them. But I hake been at"Co**!
Gables'' ami adjacent’ territory for the
pant three days and I know from <*-
nervation and personal Contact wbat is
going on here. No ode can express in
words what is going am. It’s too Wf.
And what will appeal to you, as it
has to me, is the faet that all transac
tion* are open and above hoard." .One set
price to all oa anything new. But after
first sate and property ia beyond control
of originhl owners trfth restrictions—
the real fdn and real Jnsowledge of the
investment begins. if«Be lot* are not
Hated with anyone for re-sale, but some
that have been are bridging handsome
returns. ■ trap ■
pit is no fake. Tto buiUiog activities
are doing things. ThW have the faith.
No word* can describe it It b a land of
I F. E. WHITt. 1
B#Uth Atlantic Leuga* , I
1 Won Lost ItH
Charlotte __ 52 28 .650
, Spartanburg 49 SI 613 J
tIiMH - —.—44 M .550
t Augusta .. 40 41 .404
j Ashorffls 39 41 .488
Grenville - ST 43 .463
i ('olumbia .. __ 85 45 .488
i Knoxville —26 SB JS
Result* Xemtr* ny.
Charlotte 4; Columbia 3.
(Ireenville 0; Spartanburg 4.
Knoxville 0; Asheville 6.
Macon 9; Augusta 7. ■
Won LpM PC.
> Philadelphia 57 mm .663
Washington .. ..».._._57 ffif; .643
Chicago Ur .522
Detroit a ,5|7
ISt rani is __ -g -H 44 .5J|
New York JBt) ,88 S 3 404,
Bas,ton ~ ®- • B<ff
Detroit fork 5.
Philadelphia 8; St. Louis 3.
Washington 8; Cle#l»*ttf 1.
Chicago 3-7; Boston 1-0.
A iftHHri.- #■
Won Lost PC.
Pittsburgh „__ 50 33 .602
New York __ 52 35 S&S
Brooklyn 1 43 43 .500
Cincinnati 42 43 .«>!
St. Louis __ 42 45 ,483
Philadelphia 41 45 .477
t'hieago 38 48 .143
Boston __ .36 52 .400
New York 6; Cincinnati 5.
Philadelphia 6; Pittsburgh 3.
Brooklyn 4; St. Louis 3.
-Boston 6; Chicago 3.
MAN LOSES fflS WIFE
Mrs. Boyles Disappears Frcm Greens
boro Passenger Station.
Greensboro, July 20.—0. C. Boyles,
Charlotte automobile mechanic, is look
ring for his wife. Mrs. Lannie Lee Boyles.
(Coming here on the search, he states that
,slie was supposed to have left this city
.for Charlotte on the evening of Saturday.
[ ; He brought her here early in June
'and left her with her father, Thomas
I White, of Hamtmvn. a suburban village,
iami on Jnne 11th Mr. White took his
I daughter to the passenger station to go
[to Charlotte. She had written her fius
tband to meet her in Charlotte on that
[date.' He met tin* train, bnt his wife
(’did not alight. He thought she had
. missed the train or extended her stay in |
(Greensboro, ami after severay days be
(became anxious, wrote to his relativesi
tin Greensboro and found She had left,
there. ■ ’ ;
| He and his wife wgrf married about
two and one-half yeaaHago and wgnt
to law AdMM, Calif,. wnp»]
lie had employment. . EhWreen h(s regu*
|lar jobs be worked as extra, on! aomV of
,the motion picture lots. Early in June'
! they decided to come b&ek Xo North Caro
lina. .3 * s m
1 iMrs. Boyles is described ag h brunette*
hair not bobbed. IS yea*%f «§£ AghP
106 pounds, attractive in appearance.
_ ***- 1 ■ ■■
Frankie Genaro. the American fly
weight champion# who is looked upon is.
> the legitimate successor to the world’s
; title as a result of the death of Panctm
.Villa, hus arrived at the top in just
, 6 »<* *rwn tjug start of his profos
sional career. Genaro ft 'of Italian
American parentage and will be 24
year* old next month.
The Buckeye Jockey Club of Canton.
<)_ Will ojieu 11 ten-day running meeting
on September 23.
Yatt Can Cook -
withu» Gas Tmmd Offt
CQ6&IS with thtj hc&t yOQ SQW A mII iilin,a»
1 from the ordinary Stably yon cam replace year present
t features. No other modern household ** ****
Youcanagoy a Chamben Range while paying
Jt_.; XL * about out piaffe’
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V^C#l*C©rOL' ~ .■BE .pftpQlili VJO«
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LADIES! SAVE $1.65 —
F' C-* > ■ - j
Johnson Floor Polishing Outfit
OUTFIT INCLUDES:— x Jtjgm
1 Quart Johnson's Liquid Wax $1.40 i
For polishing linoleums, floors and"'turniture I
1 Johnson’s Wax Mop (Lambs Wool) $1.50 H
For applying Johnson’s Liquid Wax
1 Johnson Weighted Polishing Brush » $3 50 fit
~4 on Floor «h 4 ' , 1
1 Jcfimslon Book oft Horne Beautifying j .25 * ■
»AvM AA ***- ■(
1 • / : W dL ,'.
I YODB HARDWARE STORE
I IJIMail U
s' ,%2gk Ycu'll find that the pleas- f
ing little one-strap cut-out t
vamp as pictured here is £
Made of soft patent kid, it |
, * fits 50 smoothly, at the ■
>. . * throat, instep and ankle. It H
IVr is a dand - v comfortable shoe
* " “ * for general summer wear. I
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES” |JQ to Oy QQ I
I ‘ * I
-!-r-trr-rr~T-r-;~r-r? >rn-rTT«ra.-4' "fran”
We clean and refinish such dresses making them look X
B ' like new at small co&t dithdr in colors or plaifi White. ’ w
M. R. POUNDS
. Dry Cleaning Department
Tuesday, July 21, I^s.