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Wednesday, July 22, 1925
Dental Mills Will Curtail.
■ BY JAZZY MOORE
C. M. I*owell, superintendent, denied
that the Cabarrus M ils will go on short
er hours next week. It has been freely
rumored that unless demand Is material
ly stimulated considerable curtailment
would be evident. He intimated that the
orders on hand would be enough to con
“Ye Ole Timers Convention.’ 1
Veteran members of combined troops!
one and two of Boy Scouts will be ap
prised of the fact that the younger
Scouts are again preparing for their per
iodical “old-timers’* eonvent’on. The
numbers on the program as chronicled in
scoutdom is all-convincing.
Tuesday of next week is the day set
aside by the troops’ committee for this
event. The Cabarrus Y. M. C. A. offi
cials have offered their splendid «o-oper
ation in making this odccasion Jt -huge
GOING AND COMING 5 I
BY JAZZY MOORE j
Miss Norma Scarboro, who has at
tended summer school at. Duke Univers
ity, has returned for the vacation.
Mrs. John 8. Can>enter left yesterday
to spend the remainder of the summer
at her old home in Oberlin, Ohio. Mr.
Carpenter will join her about the middle
of August, returning about September
Ist, after visiting several points in
Mr. Lurie Fowler has returned home
after a short business trip to Merid'an,
, fir. Floyd Linker has arrived home
sifter a few days’ stay in Richmond, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walters have as
their guests at their home on South Main
street. Miss Claire Thompson, of Blue
field, W. Va. She arrived, in the city
Monday and will be here for several
Mr. Craig Sullivan spent the week-end
in Rockingham. X. C.
M •B» Blanche Walter hns returned
home after a trip to Rlnefield, W. Va.
Mr. Ij. L. Gold, of Chapel Hill, was n
visitor in Kannapolis a short time yes
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AVV f vi -
V 1 : I
Since this time yesterday
nearly 2,OOOSnen have
SUCH - POPULAR.!TV - MUST - BE - PESER.VEP
Lmam ft Mtui Toaacco Co, *
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ewan and two
children will leave shortly for a motor
trip to Millville, N. J. Mrs. Ewan’s for
Mr. Charles Saunders has returned
from a delightful visit to friends in
Mr. Arthur Clyburii is on an extended
vis't to relatives in Savannah, G«.
Mr. G. D. Coley, of Albemarle, was a
! business visitor in Kannapolis today.
Mr. B. L. Taylor is at home again
after a brief visit to friends in Gastonia.
I Mr. L. R. Hoffman, of Marion, N. 0.,
is a prominent visitor in the city.
/ SPORTING BREVITIES.
Charlotte Team Is Coming Here to Try
Conclusions With Lindsey’s Winning
BY JAZZY MOORE.
Everyone so wondering just what will
be the outcome of the clash here tomor
row when Clone Lindsey's aggregation
lines np against the strong Tabernacle
(team from Charlotte. No predictions,
except a hard fought game will be seen,
are at present being made, as dope from
\ the Charlotte team has been coming in
Making a wonderful showing for ama
teurs and displaying enough flash to car
ry him to league ball. Tabernacle has
one of the most dependable chaps, Moody,
who ever donned the old togs at the
Queen City this season. It is Moody that
will ascend the hill for the visitors tie
morrow. Knowles, former Hornet re
cruit, is showing up well and playing an
excellent offensive game for Tabs.
It must be Admitted that the locals
’are a little shaken over the encounter
tomorrow. But they are going in there
to win and the thought of defeat has
been eliminated from their calendar. Ev
ery man on - the team has been on his
toes in every fray and by a powerful
display of stamina every opponent has
been forc« to accept defeat at their
Giboon Is Also Cursing Apprehension.
•'Do Kannapolis now fear the Gibson
(tub from Concord? Some red hot sport
from that city insinuated in an unsigned
letter to this writer that the local team
waa afraid to play, the Concord contin
gent. He further added that the Lindsey
workers were yellow in that they would
not play in Concord. If this self-term
ed s]>ort willfinvestigatc lie will flint that
the Kannapolis manager agreed to play
.the game in Concord Thursday. He was
willing to cancel the Charlotte engage
ment to get a return ■ engagement with}
Concord. But, it seems a high official j
of the Gibson Mills would not agree to let
the teams play there during the work
days. Anyway, old timer, please sign
your unme next time. Then we can nn-j
iwer it and try to explain the circum-,
stances. I" addition to bei 'g against the
low. unfiignw letters are extremely bad (
taste, nnd awfully poor sportsmanship. I
To Leave on Long Jaunt. |
The Kanr.&polinns will leave slsirtly
for a trip over the state. Several games ,
have been scheduled with teams in the j
eastern part of the State.
Season Nears End in Twilight Loop With
the Race Still Ciov>. ,
A new week begins in the Twilight I
League this afternoon with Cannon in the I
Midway suburb and Cabarrus playing j
the Bleachery at the latter’s home. There
are three full weeks of piay left for the
season of 1025 and the curtain will be
lowered on this brand of ball. The week 1
just passed saw a shift in the second 1
and third liositions. Camion hit the to-1
boggan, winning but one game during the 1
week, that on Thursday. Cabarrus, af
ter dropping the opening game, tobk the
last couple of games from their league
mates. No Other positions were changed,
although the Bleachery’s ieiul was slight
ly reduced during the four/ games. The
Ewan men were able to win ouiy one out
of four played.
Midway Is SUB in the Race.
M’dway is still in the race. Fans at
Cabarrus arc now inclined to believe the
race will be Cabarrus and Midway, al
though Bleachery and Cannon are still 'in
tl(e fighting. iThe Cannons’ meeting with
i the Midways and'Cabs may have an ilrl
| portant bearing on the league race for the
I three clubs concerned.’
However, if the fight continues as
closely as heretofore the winner wilt not
be known until the lust man is out in
the last game of the season. Just to
make it more interesting some fans are
dreaming of a tie for first place when the
curtain is rung down August l3tb. This
may or may not be the case but certain
ty the last two series between the three
leading clubs is very probably, the ones
that-will make the cup winner.
Metsimer Starts Training For Scrap.
. i ‘TtatHing’’ Meiseimer started training
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
today for prospective matches, including
one with Jimmy Meore, former Ksnnapo- |
lis pugilist, in Gastonia and another with '■
Eddleman either in Gastonia or in Char
Meiaimer has not a's yet accepted any
of the ihe several fight offers made him
by promaters. The boxer is working out
daily in the Cabarrus gymnasium.
Wednesday. July 22, :~25.
As a pnrt of her centenninl celebra
tion, Arkon, Ohio, today will unveil a
memorial to her industrial pftmeers.
Vice President Chnries G. Dawes is
to begin a Western tour with a speech
tonight before the Denver Chamber of
The annual convention of the Pacific
Claim Aggents’ Association will meet in
1 Los Angeles today for a three-day ses
I Vancouver. B. C.. is to be the meeting
I place today of the annual sesion of the
, Sovereign Grand Lodge of British North
I The Wagner musical festival of 1025
is to be opened at Bayreuth today with
ia lierformanee of “Tile Meistersinger.”
| The festival will continue until Aug.
J The three men charged with conspi
racy to kidnap Mnry Piekford and to
hold her for $200,000 rannom will be ar
raigned in law Ange’es today for trial.
Governor Fuller of Massachusetts has
called a conference of official representa
tives of the six New England States to
meet in conference in Boston to day
to work out a plan for advertising New
England products. " /
REFUSE TO CUT DOWN
MAN PlftNG ON A ROPE
Splcldefs Neighbors Said They Lacked
“Authority’’—Mlgfct Have Saved His
Washington, July 21. —While, Jacob
S. Moyer dangled at the end of a rope
here today, neighbors cal’ed in by his
wife expressed the opinion that they
lacked “authority” to interfere nnd de
clined to cut the mix’.
Policemen who arrived later were
unable to resuscitate the man, who had
committed suicide. .Warmth of the body
indicated a possibility flint life was not
extinct when his position first was dis
covered. r i
'>■ C At-
, He :• “Dearest will you marry me
She: “John. i-I can't marry yon, but
: I sbnll always respect your good taste.”
In Louisiana a woman eannot be the*
guardian of a child, even her own.
UNABLE TO SLEEP"
Had Bad Case ofStomaeh Trouble; Also
Suffered With Nervousness and Consti
pation .—Say* HERB II ICE Gave Be
“I never dreamed that any medicine
could do as much for a person as HERB
JUICE has -for me. It is the most won
derful remedy I have used and worthy of
the highest praise,” said Mr. W. J. Smith,
well known carpenter who resides at 108;
Clark Street, Concord, N. C., in a recent
statement to the HERB JUICE man.
W. J. SMITH
“My nerves were at the breaking,
point,” continued Mr. Smith, “when I be
gan using HERB JUICE. I had suffered ,
so much with stomach trouble without
getting any relief to speak of from other
medicines that I had used. I had about
despaired of ever finding anything that
would bring me relief. When the HERB i
JUICE representative offered free bot
tles to sufferers of stomach trouble I got ]
a bottle and I will always be thankful!
for having started using this medicine. It
immediately proved the most satisfact
ory and beneficial remedy I have ever
used for stomach trouble. The gas pains
and bloating spells tlint were constant
worry for years had about ruined health.
I was so. nervous at night that to get a
good night’s sleep was out of the ques
tion. Everything I ate would hurt me
immediately afterwards. In addition to
;his I was badly constipated, my liver
was very sluggißh, this caused me to
have bilious and dizzy attacks and really-
I was in a very weak condition, but-the
first bottle of HERB JUICE made p
wonderful change in my condition and ut
ter faking several bottles I have been re
lieved of all these troubles, and I know
that 1 oWe all this to this great -Medicine
HERB JUICE. Today my improved
condition speaks for itself. , f can eat
anything, at arty time'and the good part
about* it is I tan - digest *it and do not
suffer any after effects. Since I have tak
eh HER® JUICE I am much stronger
and feel Pbetter id every way. than I
have in mhny-years, il have also foniid
HERB JUICE to be a wonderful laxa
tive and through it is mild and natural
action my bowels and liver haye been
regulated qnd my entire system cleansed
of all impurities. I can truthfully I say
that I feel 100 per cent, improved in
.every way and I know this is due to the
use of HERB JUICE.”
HERB JUICE is guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money refunded by Gib
sou Drug Co.
SMART BUYERS COME HERE!
We’re not getting all the tire business in town. We never expect to. But we’re getting our
share and our business is growing constantly. The reason for this is that car owners have
found our location is convenient, our service prompt, efficient and courteous, our merchan
dise of the highest quality, and our prices surprisingly low.
As a matter of fact, and we realise it sounds pretty strong, if every car owner in town who
is not buying from us, really knew what we had to offer, we’d come pretty close to having
a monopoly on the tire business here.
We hopestly believe this, because w’re already selling to scores of the brainiest tire buyers
m town—smart people who look twice and think three times before they buy anything
If we can satisfy them and keep on doing it—we can please you, too.
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
JO-54 South Union Street, Concord, N. C.
Facts, Not Fiction,
We do not sell $35 dresses for,
$19.75, $9 shoes for $5.90, $3 full-1
fashioned hosiery for $ 1.49. ‘
If the dresses were worth $35, the
shoes $9 and the hosiery $3, we would
sell them at those prices.
We DO sell $19.75 dresses for;
$4:9.75, and not for $35. They’re
We DO sell $5.90 shoes for $5.90,
and not for $9. They’re worth $5.90!
We DO sell $1.49 full-fashioned
hosiery for $1.49, and not for $3.
They’re worth $1.49!
Facts, not fiction, guide us!
• ‘ '
We Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
Wesley an Evolutionist.
John . Wesley, founder of Methodism,
iWfIH an evolutionist, according so Dr.
■Edward Mims, of Vanderbilt University,
at Nashville, who gives strong proof of Mb
assertion in a quotation from the writ
ings of the great theologian and preach
In an essay entitled “A Great View of
the Gradual Progression of Beings,
written long before Darwin’s time, John
Wesley wrote as follows:
“By what degrees does nature raise
herself to man? How will she rectify
,tbis head that is always inclined toward
earth? How change these paws into flex
ible arms? What method will she make
use of to transform these crooked feet into
skillful and supple hands? Or will she
widen, and extend this contracted stom
ach? The ape is the rough draft of a
man, this rough sketch, an imperfect rep-
resentation which nevertheless bears *
resemblance to him and is the last crea
ture, that serves to display the admirable
l progression of tjufe .works of God- Bast
mankind have their graduations as well as
other production*, of our globe. There'll
a prodigious number of'lilks betweep tSq
moats perfect man and thfe apef* tJI J j
' -+~ '«i M ' ' '' 5?
i Jeffjrgaan Darla Tried. '
After Ms capture h*. fedetal troops it
Irwinsrille. Ga.. he tftrs Imprisoned for
two years at Ft. Monroe. He was in
dieted for treason by the grand jury wf
the District of Columbia, bnt was never
actually brought to trial. , After twfo
years of bickering on thie part of the
government and court he was released
on bail, Horace Greeley being one of his
sureties. He was included in the gen
eral amnesty act of Congress passed in