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May, July 2?, 1525
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Entertain at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hicks' delightfully
entertained at 6 o’clock dinner Thurs
day at their home on East Depot street
honoring Rev. and Mrs. Tosh, of Ro
anoke, Va. ; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foil and
children, of Mt. Pleasant, and Dr. R. B.
ftankin. of this city.
Mr. Tosh formerly was pastor of Trin
ity Reformed Church of this city.
Ipttle Miss Ellen Mnrie Sears delight
fully entertained a number of friends at
hfr home on Thursday evening from six
till eight, celebrating her ninth birthday.
Many gnmes were enjoyed by the chil
dren, after which refreshments were serv
ed by Mrs. Kate Sears, Misses Fannie
IJauver arid Irene Sears.
Those enjoying the occasion were: Va
drey. Avis, .McGill, Louise, Mary, Naomi
and James Sedrs, Ptott. Johnnie
Thompson, Mary w&ffitannse Green, Mary
Elizabeth Brown, Catherine
Long, Rosaiene Corzine, Hlvie Craven,
Louise. Mary and Marvin Btutdiardt,
Helen and Mildred Fink, Helen frowned,
Ruth and Shirley Hatley, Johnnie Baker,
Franklin arid Jeane Safrit. H.
Entertains at Bridge Luncheon.
One of she most charming and delight
ful affairs of the summer was the bridge
luncheon given by Mrs. R. V. Caldwell,
Jr., and Mrs. R. O. Caldwell, at the
home of the latter Thursday morning.
T'.ie house was lovely throughout with
numerous baskets of summer flowers .
The guests were: Mesdames E. Sau
vain, John Williams, .1. Lee Crowall. Jr.,
J. B. Wernble. W. G. Caswell. J. L. Wal
thall. F. C. Xiblook, Frank Morrison.
Campbell Cline. A. B. Pounds, Charles
Ritchie. IS! E. Harris, B. W. Means, D.
GKtaldwell, Jr.. J. W. Morris, W. L.
Toitt. 'Ralph Caldwell, Richmond Reed,
Zeb Morris. T. N. Spencer. W. H. Wads
worth, Parks Lafferty, Mrs. Corbitt, of
Mebane; ifinr. Perrin, of Abbeville, S.
C.; Misses Mary Harry.’ Bertie Wil
lefcrd, Adelaide' Hariys. Isabel Morris.
Mattie Lou Morris* MartHA Caldwell,
Lula and Xita Uiriberger, Virginia Mc-
Iver, Julia Harry, ~S.U£ Caldwell, Gen
evive Cox, and Miss Xu ten. \ v
Mrs. Lewis Entertains at Dance.
One -of the most delightful affairs of
the season was the combination dance
and bridge party given by Mrs. G. B.
Lewis Thursday evening at the country
Club honoring her riieee. Miss Elizabeth
Mhssey. of ..Salisbury, ami her son, Bur
net Lewis.' f
•A delicious ice eourse was served dur
ing the evening.
Mrs. Lewis' guests were :
Virginia Reid. Willie White. Jenny
Brown. Annie Cannon. Mariam Col
rrane. Margaret Meredith, of Scotland
Neck, Frances Jarratt, Adelaide Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Yorke. Elizabeth
Smith,- Mr. and rers. David Crosland,
Miriam Morris, Zebnlon Morris, Joe
Barrier. DeWitt Boot, George Patterson,
s. Tom Coltrane, William Ritcbie, Miles
*- Wrdff. Kd. Morrison. Hen Whiter-Ruth
erford MacFadyen. Joe Pell. Martin and
Joe Foil, Walter aid Jerry Brown, Deck
Le’gh, Earl Brown, John, Rufus, Alec
and Clarkson Brown. Joe Host. Bentz
Howard, Gray Host, Charles Ritchie, Mr.
fiimmons and Mr. Redfern, of Charlotte.
-To be young and poor is a blessing and
an asset. To be old and dependent is
a calamity. In order to make sure of
a competence for old age, we must make
the first part of our life take care of the
For all insect bites, red
bug, chigger, bee, wasp,
mosquito, etc., apply wet
baking soda or household
ammonia, followed by
cooling applications of—
O—r 17 Million Jar. U~d Vearty
BELL-HARRIS l FUN
s Day Phoae MO
nich mtf m-mh
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Jopea and son
returned this week from Franklin, Va.,
Where they visited relatives of Mr. Jones
for several weeks.
• • •
Miss Hazel Gardner left yesterday af
ternoon for Mt. Pleasant to spend the
week-end with Miss Rebecca Moose.
• • ■
Miss Annie Lee Ross,-of Washington,
D. C.. fs visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Ross, on North Church street.
• • •
Mrs. Annie Baird and Miss Brice
Baird spent Thursday afternoon in Char
* • *
George S. Kluttz and son, George. Jr.,
are visiting in Taboro.
* * •
, Dr. J. Sibley Dorton, of Shelby, is vis
iting in Concord today.
■ • •
C. W. Swink. B. E. Harris and W. A.
Foil attended the peach show at Hamlet
• • *
Miss Celia Tucker has returned to
heSjhome from Chapel Hill, where she at ;
tended summer school.
. e • • <
Miss Mildred Miller has returned home
after visiting relatives in China Grove.
Continued improvement is reported
again today in the condition of Miss
Louise Morris, who underwent an opera
tic* for tiie removal of her appendix in
a Charlotte hospital Wednesday.
» * *
Misses Katherine Carpenter. Rosa
Caldwell, Margaret Ritchie. Mr.vy Belle
Cannon and Margaret Chasin. of Dur
ham, and Wallace Morris, Tom Col’rane,
Frank Troutman, Nevin Sapp-'U'i-'ld,
Halbert Webb. Bill and Lee Ritchie left
this morning for Chimney Rock, where
they will camp for a week or ten .lays.
Mrs. G. F. ICtchie is ehaperoii'ng the
■• • *
Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and
children have returned after a trip to
the mountains of western North Caro
• * •
A. G. OdeH, Jr., will leave for Camp.
Sequoia, near Asheville, today, where he
will remain for six weeks.
• • •
Mrs. E. F. White, of Albemarle, spent
the day in Concord yesterday at the home
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rid
enhour. t ■ i
• •’ «. .
Miss Mildred Barrier and Miss Tempe
Ritchie, of Mt. Pleasant, were visitors
in Concord yesterday.
• • •
H. J. Heilig, of this <*ity. is leaving
Sunday night for Washington. D. C„
where he will be connected with the
builders' association of that place.
Rebecca Armstrong Circle Meets.
The Rebecca Armstrong Circle of the
Ladies Aid Society of Forest Hill Meth
odist Church held its July meeting with
Mrs. R. R. Troutman at her home on
Vance street. Mrs. Sam Spears and Mrs.
Bob Lyles were joint hostesses.
The meeting opened with the hymn:
"Blest Be she Tie That Binds.” A Scrip
ture lesson was read by the President.
Mrs. Fled Cook and prayer was offered
bj Mrs. T. F. Higgins. The minutes
were read "by the secretary, Miss Mary
Baxter. Speeial music was rendered by
Miss Lora Troutman and Bays Hhoaf.
After the business meeting, a social
hour wag held, ice cteam and cake be-ng
When your Watch needs re
pairing, there is only one kind of
attention that will put it into cor
rect running condition—expert
attention such a$ we are prepar
ed to give it. ■ Leave your Watch
here today for inspection.
To prevent freckles
Elizabeth Arden has created an
> exquisite finishing lotion,
, VENETIAN LILLE LOTION,
to be used under powder.
> Antiseptic and astringent, •
, ■nootbs and refines the skin,
leaves a silky finish, flattering '
. for day or evening. Pnrteata ,
> While, dream, Natunlle, facial •
Rachel, Spanish Rachel. Ocn.
“CLEAN-UP WEEK” TO
BE OBSERVED HERE
CRy Will Provide Tracks and Wagons
For Removal of Trash In All Parts of
City Next We*.
Everything is set for "Clean-Up Week”
in Concord next week. The city has
completed its plana and the campaign
promises to be a success if the people of
Concord will do their part.
It is planned by the city so collect
trash in all parts of the city, certain
streets to be visited by trucks and wagons
on certain days. Householders have
only to place the garbage and trash on
the street nearest their home and the
city will have it removed.
In this- connection it is well to re
member that persons are to put the trash
on the streets only on those days on
which the trucks will come around. “If
trash is piled in the streets early in the
week, and the wagons are not scheduled
to come around to those particular streets
until the last of the week, the work will
be hindered,” one city official pointed
out. "People are asked to watch the
schedule and- put out their trash on the
day the trucks are to visit the street on
which they live.”
The schedule for the trucks and wgg
Ward No. I—July 27 and 28, Monday
and - Tuesday.
Ward No. 2—July 28 and 29—Tues
day and Wednesday.
WanJ, No. 3—July 29 and 30—Wed
nesday and Thursday.
Waid No. 4—July 30 and 31—Thurs
day and (Friday.
Ward No. s—July 31 and August 1—
Friday and Saturday.
Golf Tournament to Commence Saturday
In order to give every member of the
Country Club complete time to compete
in the 30 holes of medal play the commit
tee has decided to begin this tournament
Saturday, July 25th and continue it
through the following Saturday, August
Ist. at which time all incompleted scores
will-be thrown out and the player who
has turned in the lowest score for 30
holes will be declared winner.
The following regulations will govern
1. Each played must register at the
club house before beginning ’the 30 holes
of play and after registering the total
number of strokes for his next 36 holes
will constitute bis medal score for the
2. Players arc permitted to choose
their own pardners and may piny in
either twosomes. £hreesomes or foursomes.
3. Each scon- card turned in must be
attested by all members of twosomes,
threesomes or foursomes.
No. 4. Teeing up will be permitted.
No. 5. Balls, driven over the wire
fences along No. 7, fairway and along the
load on No. 8 fairway are out of
bounds, and when more than a club's
length over either of these fences —an-
other ball must be played with a penalty
of one stroke. Balls driven over fences
behind No. 2 and Number 4 greens will
not be considered out of bounds but may
be played without pijpalty.
The committee is very noxious for all
members of the Country., Club to Jake
part in this tournament and exjiects,
from the scores turned in to accurately
establish the uach player should
have and as soon a.-? possible arrange a
The following players have declared
themselves ready to play their 30 holes
during the coming week and many more
Grej' Host, Wiu. Sherrill, Walter .Furr.
W. IT Wadsworth. L. I>. Coltrane, W. w!
Flowe. A lei Howard. Leslie Bell, Ken
neth Caldwell, I. I. Davis, Chas. Wads-
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
STAGE ALL SET FOR BASEBALL
CLASSIC OF THE SEASON
Two Lineups Show Some Fast and Heady
Men Are to Meet Each Other on Dia
mond.—Locals In Splendid Shape For
Contest.—Reeeord Crowd Expected.
BY JAZZY MOORE
Kannapolis, July 24.—“ Let’s go,” says
the Lindsey machine, and with every
man keyed to the keenest edge and the
stage all set for the greatest amateur
clash ever witnessed here on a baseball
diamond, the Kannapolis forces are pre
pared to meet the fast Gibson charges,
representing Concord, at the Cabarrus
field tomorrow -at 3 :S0 o'clock.
With a week of hectic practice fading
into the background, in addition to sev
eral well-earned vlVtorles bver flashy
teams are in good shape and ready to
meet their opponents when the umpire's
signal sends them into action. Taking
all things into consideration, the general
opinion is that both teams are evenly
matched. Therefore excitement is run
ning high as the time approaches for the
The following men will fight with their
backs -to the wall to strive off the grim
spectre of defeat at the hands of that
same Concord outfit:
Third baseman —Charlie Saunders.
Charlie is a member of the three musket
eers of the heavy artillery. In addition
he leads the club in cushion pilfering.
He isf a plfenom of the Duke University
First baseman—Lavin Lapsley. He is
only 19 years of age and stands an ex
cellent chance of becoming one of the
best in the game. His batting average
for the season is .318.
Right field—Russell Lee. In 1924 he
proved most valuable so the local high
school team. He was given a trial with
the Charlotte, Stilly League, team this
year, but failed to make the grade. One
more seasosn aud he will be primed for
action in this league. His is a danger
Center fielder—Homer Fink. Fink's
record alone speakß for itself. He is a
scintillating fielder, thinks quick, and
can do anything in a baseball player’s
vocabulary. He is a Rochester, N. Y.,
Left Fielder—Clarence Wo id ,“Peck”,
as he is known in circles. iH well
known in this section of she state. Last
year he played stellar ' ball for Asheville
of the South Atlantic loop. In 1922 he
worth, and T. I>. Maness.
One thing especially the tournament
committee wishes to (j< understood by
every player who enters the tournament
and that is: He must play his 36 holes
in a row—once he begins them —in other
words there must be no intervening games
between his tournament play, for once
registered his next 36 hole will constitute
his medal score, whether he plays them
all in one day or 18 holes on different
days—the only restriction being that at
least 18 holes must he *»l*yed a day.
If ho wishes he may play 18 holes one
Saturday and 18 holes on the following
Saturday but there must me no play be
tween these dates as the score to be
counted will be the 36 holes played after
the player is registered for the tourna
If you want to see a girl’s face light
up. offer her a jjood match.
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; i for the informal or the C
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CITIZENS BANK AND
aS •=#»% ' Z * Concord, N. C.
"" iggMt —rMh *'
i . y The Home of Good
BlJt . Baoking
Resources Over One Mil-
JPPF- lion Dollars
was a member of the state amateur
"champions. Kings Mountain team. Like
wise in 1923 he was connected with a
winning combination in Albemarle.
Shortstop—Johnny Johnston. The
“Babe Ruth - ’ of the sandlot, has been
conferred on this Carolina University
star. Wednesday • he sent two over the
boundary line. Next year he will direct
the University of North Carolina’s base
Catcher—“ Hop” Hopkins. While he
is a newcomer he looks mighty good to
us. He is a Knoxville, Tenn„ teeruit.
Second baseman—Clevc Lindsey. This
handsome young man is the skipper of
the Kannapolis crew. He hails from the
Blul- Ridge League.
Pitcher—Herman Holshouser. The
best bet of the pitching staff. He has been
in New York all the week talking terms
with John McGraw. He is muking a
mark for other hurlers to shoot at. In
the last 27 innings he has given up blut
elevgn hits. Holshouser is due in town
today. But should he reconsider and
put his signature to a Giant contract,
Whoopee! The tables will probably be
Utility—Johnnie Mclnnis. Mclnnis
still holds his place as cock of the walk
when it comes to s-trutting his stuff be
fore the fair sex. They are expected out
in force to sec Kannapolis and—well,
watch John Mclnnis Saturday afternoon.
He is another Carolina protege.
Pitcher—" Lefty” Champion. Cham
pion, late of the Maiden club, shows
championship form when he is right and
when he is wrong—well, did you ever
see a polecat through your nose? Yes,
well then, you know what 'we mean.
Utility—Dick Miller. In Miller, Kan
napolis has an oxi>erienoed and capable
player. In Pittsburg a few years back,
lie was a sensation for the Pirates around
the initial sofa.
Utility—Norris Helms. Helms is at
the height of his form right now and is
without question one of the best “life
savers" iu the piedmont section. IJe ail
ways delivers-the goods in time of need.
Utility—Mack McLain. The last, but
not Ifiast by any means, is McClain. By
ways of righteous Mack is a catcher.
Formerly he did receiving work for the
Entitled “The Town’s Honor.”
And those are the characters that will
play the part of Kapnnpolians iu the
nine-act drama, that is expected to play
to twenty-eight hundred peoplq. The
general admission will be , r >o cents.
LATTA LEFT TWO MILLION
FOR PHILANTHROPIC PURPOSES
Orthopedic Hospital at Gastonia to Re
ceive Income Frcm Half Million For
Asheville. July 23.—Naming E. I). J.at
ta, Jr., of Charlotte, his son, as executor,
the will of the late F,. I). Latta. capital
ist of Charlotte and Asheville, filed here
this morning, bequeaths the bulk of the
estate to charitable purposes, the be
queaths amounting to $2,000,000 exclus
ive of certain allowances to be paid
members of the family. The estate is
valued at three or four millions, all prop
erty in excess of this sum having been
divided between his son and his daugh
ter, Mrs. William H. Porcher, also of
Charlotte, some months ago.
One-fourth of the income of the two
millions left for charitable purposes is to
be jiaid to the trustees of the general
assembly of the Presbyterian Church In
the United States (Southern) to Consti
tute a memorial fund to provide college
education and theological training for
young men from the Asheville Presbyte
rial wishing to become ministers of the
gospel, training for these students to be
at the Union Theological seminary.
Another quarter of the income goes to
the Orthopedic Hospital at Gastonia to
be known as the Edward I). Latta fund
and applied exclusively for the treat
ment of poor and indigent crippled chil
Mission hospital, at Asheville, receives
half the income on about one million dol
lars for the erection of a nurses' home
and maintenance of a ward or depart
ment for treatment of maternity cases.
Site for the home is also bequeathed. Mr.
Latta was for some time a patient at
Mrs. E. I). Latta. his widow, is pro
vided for with $50,000 for purchase of a
suitable home, all household effects and
an income of $1,500 monthly. The same
allowance is to be made Mrs. Porcher.
William H. Porcher, Jr., when he
reaches his sixteenth birthday, will re
ceive $3,000 annually, tintil he reaches
thirty, when the trustee is instructed to
pay over the sum of $50,000 with no re
strictions. Similar arrangements are
provided for future grandchildren, save
that the first son of E. I>. Latta, Jr.,
should he marry, will receive SO,OOO an
nually and $150,000 on his thirtieth
Acquisition of a lot of land in Dil
worth, Charlotte, fronting on Kingston
avenue is directed to be held in trust,
and a house costing $3,500 to be erected
for the use of H- B. McOorkle and his
family and to be delivered the said Mc-
Corkle's children or held in trust foe
his grandchildren after his death.
Friends mentioned for bequests include:
E. T. Cansler, Charlotte, $1,000; T. G.
Guthrie and C. I>. Taliaferro, SI.OO each:
Miss Maude Carspn, SIOO annuall}- and
S2OO for five years; Mrs. Jessie Glasgow
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FINE TAILORING | jjj;
Conducted in Our Store Friday and Satur- || d J •if
day with the Co-operation of Humphries
REPRESENTING ™ 1 §
A fashion event of not"—depicts what well dressed men will be wearing
this fall. To those desiring to purchase, it affords a most unusual op
portunity. We cordially invite you to attend.
At this showing will be featured a pleasing variety of the many beauti
ful and colorful woolens. Also fabrics to staole colors and weaves—
the cream of foreign and domestic looms, and ALL IN FULL
Mr. Humphries’ expert knowledge of styles and fabrics make this event
one of outstanding interest. Together with Ed. V. Price & Co. quality,
it means a wonderful combination of advantages for men realizing the
value of good tailoring. ' *
See this showing. Call early.
LOANS are made by us on well lo
cated Concord business property
and on desirable residences!
OUR service is quick and satisfactory ,
and our terms are reasonable.
APPLICATIONS for real estate loans
are solicited in large or small
NO, matter what your needs, we shall
be pleased to discuss them with
SAVING time means saving money.
Our service often saves you both.
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/ Salisbury, N. C.
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100 Lb. Bags $6.50; 25 Lb. Bags $1.75; 10 Lb. Bags 75c
We don’t sell it for 1c uuder cost, but from 1-2 to lc over cost. You
can get it from us any hour of the day any day of the week and any
week of the year.
You don’t have to wear a dress or be a full grown man to buy our
We sell to judges, lawyers, doctors, preachers, laymen, farmers, chil
dren, “niggers,” merchants and all other classes.
We do not offer you some staple article of dry goods at 20 per cent, un
der cost to get you to patronize us.
We are iu the grocery business and solicit your patronage solely on
the merits of our goods and service.
C. H. BARRIER & CO.
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Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
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Phone Mt Concord, N. C.
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