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Extra Fine Watermelons. W.
J. Glass & Son. 24-lt-p.
Fresh Fish. Speckle Trout. Blue Fish.
croakers and butter fifth. Phone 510
and 325. 'H’has. C. Graeber. 24-2 t-p.
For Sale—Seventy Beautiful tarts In
Brookwood Park on Kannapolis Road.
Call TS4R. * 24-
W'anted—Boarders and Roomers. Call
754 R. 24-
Fresh Shipment Small Sugar Cured
bame and shoulders. Cabarrus Cash
Grocery Co. 24-lt-p.
All Summer Millinery at Half Price. SI.OO
flowers 50e. Miss Hraehen.
23-3 t-p. f
Officers’ Low Shoes. $1.05. Concord
Army & Navy Stare. 22-4 t-p.
For Rent: Modern Six-room House and
garage on West Corbin Street. Well
located. Call A. B. Pounds. Phone
244. 22-4 t-p.
Assignee’s Sale. As Assignee of Mu
sette, Ine., I will receive bids for the
entire stock of goods in the building
at 72 South I'niou street, exclusive of
the schoolbooks, 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. X. C.,
July 20, 1925. 20-6 t-p.
Desirable Furnished Rooms For Rent;
New house with modern conveniences.
Phone 501. 10-ts-p.
i ' ' "" 1
STATE DIVING CHAMPION TO
APPEAR IN CITY TONIGHT
Swimming ami Diving Exhibition at Y
With Entries From Charlotte, Salis
bury ami Kannapolis.
A topnotch swimming and diving ex
hibition will be held tonight at tSie- Y.
31. C. A. at S o'clock when local aquatic
»s,sprs meet with performers from Char-
I&jjte, Kannapolis and Salisbury in the
•vaster events. According to the Y of
ficials, this is the first real swimming con
test ever held in the city.
Some of the events include fancy div
ing. fancy swimming, races, stunts and
Proceeds from this wHll go toward re
moving expenses which have been in
curred during the City League baseball
Conoerd boys w’/.o will take part are
J- W. Dei ny, Hub Sullivan. Eugene Wal
lace. Reuben I’tley. Jim I t ley. Robert
Hahn and Eugene Isenhour. From
Charlotte T. R. Houston. State A. A.
I*. (living champion: Nick Raney. Red
Redwell. Dave awl Jim MeCatheran will
be seen. The names of the Kannapolis
and Salisbury entries have not been an
PYTHIAN PICNIC PROVES ~
VERY DELIGHTFTL EVENT
Basket Supper Served After Baseball
Game—Attendance Largest In His
tory of Affair.
The Pythian picnic, which is held an
nually by tile local lodge, was given yes
terday at St. Johns Church
and proved to bo one of the most enjoy
able occasions since the institution of
A large number of members and in
vited guests were present. In the early
part of the afternoon a baseball game
was staged between the Pythian team
and the Y. M. C. A. team which resulted
in a loss for the hosts by a score of
After the contest a basket supper was
served together with ice cream and lemon
The picnic is an annual affair, held
on the fourth Thursday in the month of
July. This year's attendance was the
largest since it was started.
THE NEW EFIRD STORE
A Cleaning Out of All
in Our Big
Friday, Saturday and
See Our Big 4-page Circular
THE NEW EFIRD STORE
We Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
ANNUAL MID-SUMMER SALE BE
GINS JULY ISTH. GKEA REDUC
TIONS IN ALL LINES. C. G.
HEILIG, MT. PLEASANT. 18-ts-c.
For Rent—Two Room*. Furnisher, For
light housekeeping. Close in. (’all
457 L. 24-3 t-p.
S2OO Fcr a 5-Passenger Buiek in Splen
did coedition mechanically and other
wise. Worth three times this amount.
See Herbert Cook at F. M Young
blood & Co. 24-lt-p.
Wanted: You to Phone Us Your Or
ders or come to see us at our new
store on Church Street. Cabarrus
('ash Grocery Co. 24-lt-p.
To My Friends and 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.
j N’iee Lot Spring Chickens. They’re
cheaper now. Cabarrus Cash Groc
ery Co. 24-lt-p.
Men’s Suits, $7.93. Concord Army £
j Navy Store. 22-4 t-p.
For Rent—Desirable Store Room 30 by
75 in the heart of the business Sec
tion. Phone 327. IS-ts-e.
Rent a Ford. Drive It Y’ourself. J. D.
Boyd. Phone 508. 14-10 t-p.
For a Taxi. Call Phone 508. .1. D
Khaki I nionalls. $1.85. Concord Army
& Navy Store. . 22-3 t-p.
I Number Ten Township Sunday School
I The No. 10 township Sunday School
: Convention will be held at t"he Baptist
] Church at Midland Thursday. July 29th.
beginning at It o’clock a. m.
The program will consist of songs and
i recitations from the various Sunday
| schools of the township through the day.
Iln the morning air address will he de
livered by Rev. F. W. Fry. Subject,
i "The Sunday School That IWs Most For
1 ..the (’lurch.'’ and an address by Rev.
iP. E. Limlley. Subject. "The Needs of
J the Country Sunday School."
In the afternoon there will be an ad
j dress by L. T. Hartsell, of Concord.
Everybody invited to come and spend
; the day.
JOE F JENKINS, President.
The ' oigkt-bmir day. old ago pensions,
('unemployment and immigration are sub
jects whic’i will be emphasized at the
j forty-first annual convention of the of j
i Trades and Labor Congress of Canada,
’opening at Ottawa on August 31st. I
j Laughter, like an air cushion, eases ,
i you over the jolts and the hard places
jon the highway of life.
Renew Your Health
Any physician will tell you that
“Perfect Purification of the Sys
tem is Nature’s foundation of
Perfect Health.” Why not rid
yourself of chronic ailments that
are undermining your vitality ?
P.urify your entire system by tak
ing a thorough course of Calotabs,
—once or twice a week for several
weeks—and see how Nature re
| wards you with health. *
| Calotabs are the greatest of all
j system purifiers. Get a family
j package, containing full direc-
I tions, price 35 cts.; trial package,
ilO cts. At any drug store. (Adv.)
1 IN AND ABOUT THE QTY
Y TEAM BEATS PYTHIAN’S
AND CREEPS NEAR THE TOP
League Leaders Held To Five Hits by
Bell Who Strikes Out Eleven Men.—
Sappenfield Stars at Bat.
The Y. M. O. A. team in the City
League brought itself within n half game
of the league leadership yesterday afier
lioon when the Pythians were beater, at
St. John’s eliurch where they were hold
ing a picnic, by the score of 3 to 1.
The features of the game were the
pitching of Bell and hitting of Xevin
Sappeufield. Bell allowed onlv five hits
and struck out eleven of his opponents in
the seven innings played. After the
first two onniugs. lie allowed h's oppon
ents only one safe blow. Sappeufield
helped materially in his team's scoring
when he secured three hits out of three
trips to the plate.
The entire team hit the opposing pitch
ers hard. Both teams fielded well on the
very poor diamond.
The box score:
Y. M. (’. A. AB R H PO A
.Sappenfield. X., ss. 3 0 3 2 3
Sappeufield, I)., of. 4 0 0 0 0
Misenheimer, it'. 3 0 2 0 0
Goodman, lb. 3 0 13 1
Hastings, rs. __ 3 1110
Hill. 3b. 3 12 10
Morrison, c. 3 0 1 1-0 1
Bruton, 2b. 2 1 14 2
Bell, p. __ 3 0 0 0 2
Totals .. 27 3 11 21 0
K. of P. AB II 11 PO A
Goodman, cf-2b. 3 0 0 1 ft
Williams, c. ; 3 0 15 0
Riggers. 3b. 3 0 0 1 0
Simpson. 2b. __ 2 110 1
Widenhouse, rs. __ 3 (I 0 1 O
Boot, if. .. 2 O 1 0 0
Dorton, Ib. 2 0 0 7 0
Dorton. (1. ss 3 0 114
White, p-of. 2 0 0 2 0
Hyler. p. 1 0 0 0 1
Hitt, x. 1 0 10 0
Totals 25 1 5 IS ti i
xllit for Dorton in ninth.
Summary : Errors. X. Sappenlie'd. Bru
ton. Two base hits. X. Sappenfield. Hill, j
.1. Goodman. Bust. Struck out by Beil
It): by White 1: by Hyler 2. Hits off j
Dell, 5 ill seven innings: off White. 0 ini
live innings: off Hyler, 2 in two innings.'
Losing pitcher. White. Umpires, Dav's 1
and Best. j
Adolphus X Wallace Celebrates 71sf
Mr. and Mrs. Junius P. Wallace spent
ast Saturday at Ennchvtlle at the home '
of their uncle, Adolphus A. Wallace. 1
who, celebrated bis 7ls‘ birthday anni
versary. There were about one hundred
j relatives and friends present to do hon
i ■ r to tins good man. among them being
bio two children. Thelmer Wallace, of j
j Vtlanta. and a daughter who lives at
I Cherryville. Talks were made by Rev.
W. E. Rufft.v. pastor of the Methodist
church at China Grove. and Rev. 1.. P.
Boland, pastor of St- Enoch's Lutheran
church. There talks njye respeitfed to
by Mr. Wallace in a very pleasing man
ner. When dinner was nanmtnml and
the guests had gathered about the long
table, there appeared a large birthday
take in the center bearing 71 lighted
wax tapers. As unusual group of young
people was observed ns being among
those present. They were the nine sons
of the late Robert and Cora Wallace
Scchlcr. Mrs. Sechler died about two
years ago. and the father passed away
several months ago. leaving these nine
children, ail boys, the oldest being about
1 s years and the youngest two. They
are great nephews of Mr. Wallace, to
whom they had rune to do honor.
Four-Page Comic Sectiun Tomorrow.
By special arrangement The Trbune
will publish every Saturday an unusual
ly excellent four page comic section,
printed in beautiful and vivid colors.
This metropolitan make-up consists of
tlie following current comic classics:
Page one—" Mutt and Jeff"—By Bml
Fisher. * (4 colors).
Page two —"Toonerville Folks"—By
Fontaine Fox. (3 colors).
Page three —"S'matter Pop?''—By C.
M. Payne. (3 colors).
j Page sou Xebbs"—By Sol
i Hess. (4 colors).
1 This is undeniably a masterful selec
i tion of comic pages and still further en
i hanced by superb color-printing of bril
-1 Hunt and harmonious colors.
At The Theatres.
1 1 loot Gibson in “Taming rhe West"
j and Stan Laurel in a comedy "Near Dob
i hu ” are being shown today and tomorrow
i the Pastime.
| "Behold This Woman.' with Irene
Rich and an ail star cast, and Charley
Chase in comedy “Young. Oldfield." are
j Icing shown today at the Concord Thea
i tre 'I lie great Dulbenuie and Company
; n vndeville will also be at this thon're
, today and tomorrow.
Pebe Daniels in "The Crowded Hour.”
j ant Gimmie Adams : u a comedy "Love
Goofy" are being shown today at the
In Modern Marriage for August, a
JlacFadden publication. Phare is the true
: story of the "Happiest Married Couple
I Know" through seventeen years of
happy married life they have never been
1 separated a day. "Spendthrift Love" is
the account of a girl who is thrown into
marriage—unready, unsure of her love.
"Whose money?" will give you point
ers on economizing'. "How Much Should
a Woman Tell Her Husband?" a very
interesting article by Itubbi Lewis
Browne, in which Dhe right and wrong
1 °f letting the past lie buried is freely
dinciwsed- "The Child In the Case”
i is the pathetic story of Robert Ames,
j aged 32, as revealed by his diary.
j Those who find revenge is sweet, us
ually suffer later from moral indiges
Never be without n
for it immediately eases sud
den, severe, colicky pains and
cramps in stomach and bowels,
deadly nausea and weakening
diarrhoea. For children ana'
COUC # R n E 4 M D E , D T HOSA
l Gibson Drug Store.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
DAVIDSON COLLEGE STAB
DEFEATS GIBSON MILL TEAM
Mi ley Holds Locals to Four Hits While J
His Teammates Score on Horae Runs. I
—Watts Pitches Well.
Unfortunately QHbaon's sluggers were,
unable to slug yesterday afternoon for
some reason or another and the home
talent was blanked for the first time this
season by Cooleemee by a score of 4-0.
Tite one reason or another responsible
for the batting slump was pitcher Miley.
of the Cooleemee team, who in years past
was a Davidson College ace and who in
1021 lead the Wildcats in rhe most near
ly successful season the team has ex
perienced in ten years.
Miley hod speed, Miley had control |
and Miley had a drop that veered off i
at a 90 degree angle after floating harm
lessly up to the plate. All the Gibson
batters could do was to knock up flies
and they seal them up in flocks, to (tie
amusement of the visitors who merrily
swatted the flies for Consecutive out*.
Both teams played good bait in the
field. Gibson recorded only one error
which came when Hairil muffed a hot
grounder. Cooleemee had two. Much
of the game was a very snappy con
It happened that while Gibson was
unable to tuke to Miley> balls with any
degree of success, Cooleemee was hit
ting Watts for extra bases. Home runs
accounted for all their tallys. Ju the
second inning, Whitlock tripled and was ‘
followed by Uidonhour who poled one 1
over the left field pailings which would 1
mean two runs in any league ami did in!
Then in the eighth. Gilbert, who was,
the hist hatter in that inning, doubled.
Tlie next two men were out but Clickj
connected and wafted one which fell well I
on the exterior of the prelecting walls.!
This would also account for two runs
in almost any league.
During the other innings of the game
Watts pitched well. He kept his bits* j
scattered and had good control. On or- j
. dinary days the four runs he allowed,
j would not have come near winning the
| game. On several occasions when lie
I found himself in a pimti, he struck out,
I batters but lie would have had to have *
i pitched a no-hit game yesterday for not,
! less than twenty innings had he Imped
|to win. By that time, the Gibson bat
ters might have been able to have
| brought in a run.
' Haynes. Gibson shortstop, was t'he only
man able to do anything with MKey's
j delivery. He succeeded in getting two
safe blows. Goodson and Watts also
deserve special mention, both managing
; to get a single apiece.
1 \V hit lock led in the Cooieemee offence
with iv triple, a double and a single.
Ridenhour and Click, each with a home
run and a single, were also in the l|me
i The box score follows:
Cooleemee Alt R H () A F
Gilbert, 3b 4 11 2 7 0
Riekert. Cf 1 0 0 2 0 0’
Foster. Rf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Click, lb. 4 1 2 14 0 Os
Witlock. 2b .....4 1 3 2 3 l|
Miley, 1* ..",.4 0 0 0 2 Uj
Ridenhour, Ls 4 t 2 2 0 0,
Brinegar. Ss -.3 0 0 1 2 1 i
Smith, C. u. 4 0 0 3 0 Oj
Totals: 32 4 S 27 14 21
Gibson AB R H O A Ft
Haynes. Ss 4 0 2 4 2 Oj
Goodson. Rf. 4 0 11 0 0
Basinger. 3b ..4 ft 0 l 2 0
Clemmer, (’ 4 0 0 5 3 ftj
Ilarrii. lb 4 0 0 14 0 1
Smil'd. Cf 4 0 ft 1 0 0
Andrews. 2b 3 0 0 0 2 (lj
llanev, Rf 3 0 0 0 0 0.
Watts, r 3 0 11 4 ft
Totals: 33 0 4 27 13 1
Score by innings;
t ’ooieemee 020 000 020,
Gibson 000 000 000
Summary: Two base hits. Whitlock
and Gilbert. Three base hit. Whitlock.
Home runs, Ridenhour and Click. Sac
rifice hits. Brinegar, Riekert and Click.
Stolen base. Basinger. Left on bases.'
Cooleemee 5. Gibson-6. Base on balls, j
.off Watts 2. Struck out. by Miley 3.!
by Watts 5. Wild pitches, Watts.
Talk by Rev. 4. C. Rowan Feature of,
the Weekly Meeting of Local Ro-j
At their weekly meeting at tlie Y. M. j
('. A. members of the Concord Rotary j
Club devoted much time to a discussion,
of routine business matters mid then!
heard with much interest a talk by Rev. |
J. ('. Rowan, pastor of the First lh'esby-1
(’. F. Ritchie had charge of the pro
gram at the meeting l ’ ’ presented Mr.
Rowan to rile club men. ', rs. The speak
er was heard with keen interest ami!
pleasure in a talk that was a mixture of j
humor, wit aud seriousness.
Dr. Torrey to Conduct Meeting at Char
Dr. R. A. Torrey, noted evangelist of
Chicago, will conduct evaugelistic services
at the First Presbyterian Church Oc
tober 25th through November Bth. preaeh
ftig at 11 a. m. aud 8 p. m.. it was an
He is former head of tlie Moody
Bible Institute at Chicago, being a grad
uate at Yale University and of Yale De
viniety school. He has conducted evange
listic services in many parts of the
world, attracting considerable attention
about fifteen years ago at London, the
late Charles Alexander, famed singer, be
ing with him. Dr. Torrey recently re
tired from a Isis Angeles church to re
Good Dispositions Invaluable
You can't watch your disposition too
carefully. A crab and & grouch are
rarely successful. If yotir liver and
stomach are in an unhealthy condition
you cannot have a sunny disposition be
cause they affect the brain as well as the
entire system. Mayr'a Wonderful Rem
edy ha*i been unusually successful in such
.cases. >' Our. advice< to jejety one troubled
in this f#ay, especially 'when accompanied'
with blduting in the stomach, Is to try
thia remedy. It ie a simple, harmless
preparation that removes the catarrhal
mucus from the intestinal tract and al
iaya the inflammatiM which causes prac
tically all stomach, liver and intestinal'
ailmeuta. including appendicitis. Gibson
Drug Store and druggists everywhere.
Sooth Atlantic Lcune.
Won Lost PC.
Charlotte 154 28 .650
Spartanburg 50 33 .002
Macon „ .. 44 30 .530
Augusta __ 43 41 .512
Asheville ' :_4l 42 .494
Greenville 39 44 .470
Columbia - . 34 48 .415
Knoxville 27 57 .321
Spartanburg 10; Greenville 7 J
Asheville 13; Knoxville 0.
Augusta 3; Macon 2.
Won Lost FO.
Philadelphia 58 32 .645
Washington 57 32 .640
Chicago 4O 44 .527
St. Louis 48 45 .516
IHtroit 46 45 .505
Cleveland 41 52 .441
New York 38 53 .418
Boston 28 63 .308
Chicago 8; Detroit 4.
Cleveland 10; St. Louis 1.
New York 11; Washington 1.
Philadelphia 5; Boston 4.
Won Lost PC.
Pittsburgh 5l 34 .600
New York 68 30 .506
Brooklyn „-_43 43 .500
Cincinnati __ 42 43 .404
Philadelphia „ 42 45 .483
St. Louis „ 42 46 .477
Chicago „ SO 48 .448
Bostou 37 54 .407
Pittsburgh 3; St. Louis 2.
Boston 6-3; New York 3-5.
No others scheduled.
The Money Cost of the Tobacco Habit.
Clarence Poe in The Progressive Parmer.
Many years ago. when I was just a
boy growing up on a Southern farm, an
old uncle of mine brought out the money
•side of the matter in away that I have
never forgotten. He was a great smoker,
and in the family circle one day some
l>)dv suggested that he figure out about
how much money he had sjtent for tobac
co. I do not remember the exact figures,
but I know it astonished him and all the
rest of us to see how much lie would have
had rs he had saved it all aud put it out
on interest—l think about $5,000. An
old man reared near where I was gave an
experience some time ago that is perti-j
neat in this connection. He .Aid:
•‘Forty-three years ago I quit us : tig to-}
bat-co in any form. It had cost me a lit-;
tic over $24 a year. At the end of thej
first year 1 put in a bank $24. taking a
certificate at 4 per cent. At the end of
each year l put in the bank $24 together
with interest. At the end of seventeen
years the interest was $24. At the end
of twenty-eight years my certificate drew j
S4O. At the expiration of forty-two years ■
it drew $lO2. Total $2,600. I am now
using this in educating my children. Am
notv sending the s : xth one to college."
lu other words, when he as a young
mail was spending $24 a year on tobacco,
lie was spending not merely the $24 but
he was s)>e tiding something else. He was
spending the possifiility of getting all the
later interest on this amount, the inter
, est alone on his tobacco money uotv
j amounting to over SIOO a year.
1 , (“reparation* are being made for the
j living next year of a new cable between
Penzance and New York, via Newfound
land. The new cable will be capable of
taking about 2,500 letters a minute in
| one direction only, or 500 words a min
: life more than is possible in the first
| section of the new German cable that has
, been laid between New York and the
Woman—the World’s Greatest Walker
Thousands of women walk the equivalent of a cross
country hike from Seattle to Boston every year without
leaving their own homes!
This startling fact has just been determined by a lead
ing college. This institution equipped women with pedom
eters and discovered that they walk from 2 1-2 to 15 miles
each day doing their housework.
m ~ mm —— It was shown that a woman must travel a great many
“If V rs more miles every year when she is in bondage to a coal
... 1 s J?°” e stove than when she has a gas range and other modem gas
You CamDo burning equipment in her home.
it Better “A womkn,” it was said, ‘is a slave to a coal 'stove; a gas .
with GwT range is a slave to its owner. gas is the fuel therj/is
.y no lugging of coal or ashes and. there is no dirt or other in
i ZSSSSSSSES convenience.” '
x • . " 111 '"""f PJPf, 'I I ..... 4 .5*
Concord & Kannapolis Gas Co.
LADIES! SAVE $1.65
Johnson Floor Polishing Outfit
1 Quart Johnson’s Liquid Wax $1.40
For polishing linoleums, floors and furniture
1 Johnson’s Wax Mop (Lambs Wool) $1.50
For applying Johnson’s Liquid Wax
1 Johnson Weighted Polishing Brush $3.50
For polishing Wax on Floor and Linoleum
1 Johnson Book on Home Beautifying _ .25
FOR SS.OO—A SAVING OF $1.65
Ritchie Hardware Co
YOUR HARDWARE STORE
\ You’ll find that the pleas
ing little one-strap cut-out
3S P* cture< * ere * s
Made of soft patent kid, it
" fits so smoothly, at the
throat, instep and ankle. It
V \T p V * Q is a dandy comfortable shoe
* * for general summer wear.
“THE HOME OF GOOII SHOES" Jg QQ to (y QQ
THAT STRAW OR PANAMA HAT
Can be Cleaned and Reblocker to
finish out the season if sent to us.
M. R. POUNDS
Dry Cleaning Department
Friday, July 24, 1025