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Wanted—Someone to Represent the Orig
inal J. R, Watkins Company in Con
cord. You supply Daily necessities to
regular customers and make $35-SSO
weekly, easily. Write the J. R. Wat
kins Co., J, 8, Johnson Ave., New
ark, N. J. 25-lt-p.
For Sate—Three Fresh Milk Cows. Hoke
Barnbardt, Route 7, Concord.
For Sate—Seventy Beautiful Lots in
Brookwood Barit on Kannapolis Road.
Call 724 R. 24-2 t-p.
Fresh Fish. Speckle Trout, Blue Fish,
croakers and butter fish. Rhone 510
and 525. Chas. C. Graeber. 24-2 t-p.
. Assignee's Sale. As Assignee of Mu
sette, Inc., I. will receive bids for the
entire stock of goods in the building
at 72 South Union street, exclusive of
the schoolbooks, for one week. Copy of
inventory of personal inspection may
be obtained on application to C. A.
Isenhour, assignee, in Cabarrus Sav
ings Bank Building. Concord, N. C.,
July 20, 1025. 20-6 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.
“CLEANUP WEEK” TO
BE OBSERVED HERE
City Will Provide Trucks and Wagons
For Removal of Trash In AH Parts of
City Next Week.
Everything is set for "Clean-Up Week"
in' Concord next week. The city has
completed its plans and the campaign
promises to be a success if the people of
Concord will do their part.
■Jr is planned by the city to collect
tras'.i in all parts' of the city, certain
streets to be visited by trucks and wagons
oft certain days. Householders have
tally to place the. garbage and trash on
* street nearest tlleir home and tile
,• will have it removed.
.fin this connection it is well to re
utember 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
6 More Days • 6 More Days j"|
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Another chance to secure Stuart Dresses at Less Than
Choice of all our $13.50 Voile and Linen QC
Choice of All Our $9.95 to $14.95 Silk $7 50
j Choice of All Our $10.95 to 24.95 Smart sl2 50
l VISIT MONDAY 4
I FISHER’S j
AND EVERY DAY NEXT WEEK
i• • l
| THE NEW EFIRD STORE
I i a j
Shopping Center for
REAL VALUES IN
I MERCHANDISE > -.]
It Costs Less to Bly It At
0 % i
Q . v 'J
THE DEV EFIRD STORE
| We ClQee Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist j
ANNUAL. MID-SUMMER SALE BE
GINS JULY 18TH- UREA REDAC
TIONS IN ALL LINES. C. G.
HEILIG, MT. PLEASANT. 18-ts-g.
Wanted—Boarders and Roomers. Call
754 R. 24-2 t-p.
Salesmen Wanted—Fast Sefling Line of
Tampa Cigars. S4O a week and expens
es. Experience unnecessary. Send a
stamped addressed envelope quick. Gulf
Coast Cigar Co. Tampa. Fla.
For Rent—Two Rooms, Furnisher, For
ligjtt housekeeping. Close in. Call
457 L. 24-3 t-p.
Men’s Suits, $7.95. Concord Army &
Navy Store. 22-4 t-p.
For Rent—Desirable Store Room 30 by
75 in the heart of the business sec
tion. Phone 327. 15-ts-o.
All Summer Millinery at Half Price. SI.OO
• flowers 50c. Miss Bradhen.
Desirable Furnished Rooms For Rent;
New house with modern conveniences.
Phone 501. 10-t£-p.
Officers’ Low Shoes, $1.05. Concord
Army & Navy Store. 22-4 t-p.
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 ave to visit the street on
which they live.”
The schedule for the trucks and wag
ons follows :■,
Ward No. I—July 27 and 28. Monday
Ward No. 2—July 28 and 29—Tues
day and Wednesday.
Ward No. 3—July 29 and 30—Wed
nesday and Thursday,
Ward No. 4—i July 30 and 31—Thurs
day and Friday.
Ward No. s—July 31 and August I—-
Friday and Saturday.
A baby boy was born 0.000 feet up in
the air in an airplane enroute from
Budapest to NaplVs.
| IN AW ABOUT THE CITY];
GIBSON MEETS KANNAPOLIS
FOR THIRD TIME TODAY
Both Teams Are Hoping for Victory in
Race For County Championskip.—
Gibson Batting Averages. j
FW the third time this season Gibson
Mill meets the Kannapolis team in aa
effor# toi decide which of the two premier
teams of Cabarrus shall receive the pen
nanc jbr the county champion. *
Bptli teams go into the conflict thii
afternoon frerfii from the sting of recent
defsa.h*. Gibsen lost Thursday to the
Ocaiiqemee nine when they were unable
-to connect with the offerings of Pitcher
Mile*. Kannapolis fell on the same
day for the first time of the year before
superior strength when the Tabernacle
team from Charlotte beat them, with
Culp mowing down the batters as tliey
appeared and* his teammates cavorting
over the paths for a total of seventeen
Both of the defeats 'came with the
county nines withholding their beet ma
terial, The game at Gibson was. how
ever. nothing as one-sided as was the
game at Kannapolis.
Kannapolis' defeat was more humiliate
ing. again, due to the fact that the Gib
sonites had already beaten the Taber
nacle team with the samp Culp pitching.
This should seem to give Gibson an edge,
on the series.
Gibson's hopes would be brighter if it
were known definitely that Herman Hnl
shouaer would not be present in the j
pitcher’s box. His fast ones had the
local batters guessing during ttie last
game and they ave hoping for some other
hurley so that they can improve their
none-too-good batting averages.
Gibson’s lineup is as follows: Clein
mer catcher. Harril first' base. Basinger j
second base. Haynes shortstop. Belk third
base. Haney leftfield. Smith oenterfield.
Goodson. rightfield, Simmons pitcher. I
The lineup as announced in Kannapo- j
lis is: McLean catcher. Miller first base.
Hodge second base. Johnson shortstop. 1
Saunders third base. Lee right field. Fink !
! conterfield. Wood leftfield and Holshous- ;
I Gibson’s batting average to date is as
AB H Pet. |
I Basinger Os! 23 .3t>4
Haynes 25 9 .390
Belk 0 2 .333
; < he miner 10 5 .313
Smith «S 20 .291 j
I Andrews 38 11 .289
Harrill 23 0 .201
Haney 50 13 .200
Goodson 8 2 .250
Watts 20 0 .240
Simmons 27 2 .704
Team totals 352 ill) .281
No. 2 Township Sunday School Conven
The No. 2 Township Sunday School
Convention will meet in Poplar Tent
Church on Friday, the 31st of July, at
10 o'clock. Following is the program:
Song: Come Thou Almighty King.
Devotional—Rev. Mr. Laird.
Welcome Address—Mack Caldwell.
Response— Laird l’harr.
Reading of MinuteSs.
Address: "Teacher"—Rev. W. 11.
Convention Sermon—-Rev. J. C. Row
Appointment of Committees. An
nouncements, and offering.
Adjournment for dinner,
j Afternoon session beginning at 1:3fl
j o'clock :
| Song: All Hail the Power of .Tesus’
I 1 "The Child and It's Rights”—Rev. T.
! F. Higgins.
i | "Personal Work”—Mr. C. F. Ritchie,
f 1 Reports of committees. Election of
f officers, etc.
*! Song: “God Be With You Till We
■ Meet Again.”
Music will be furnished by the differ-
I ent choirs and quartets of the township.
HOPE E. BONDS. President.
; MRS. .1. a PRICE. Secretary.
1 . Mrs. Jonah L Deweese.
i Mrs. Jonah 1,. Dewese, aged 80 years.
Mied at lier home in No. 3 Township
J Tuesday morning. July 21. 1925.
Mrs, Dewese had been in bed for the
1 past IS mouths and became seriously ill
! Saturday. Mi's. Dewese was a mem
ber of Gilwood Presbyterian Church, and.
I was one of No. 3 township's most cliarm
i ing women. She met euch of life’s obliga
i tions beautifully, for shp was a devoted
| sister, a loving mother and a loyal
i member to her church. Her borne was
1 indeed her kingdom and those fortunate
, in being included in her circle of her
I friendship never found her failing them
, for her ideals were high and her life
, was a source of inspiration to those'about
' her. Her unswerving faith brought her
| fearlessly to life's close and her many
i kindly ministrations and rich services
| for others leaves many lamenting
i Mrs. Dewese leaves to mourn’her death
| one daughter. Miss Martha JaneDewese.
i of No. 3. and quite a number of neph
i ews in the Steele Creek neighborhood
\ Her remains were laid to rest in Gilwood
! Cemetery Tuesday evening! at 4 o'clock.
The funeral services were conducted by
| her pastor, the Rev. F. A. Barnes.
' , A FRIEND.
I , The Oiln Home-Craning
i Union Republican.
| Arrangements are well underway for
i tre big home-coming dinner and speaking
i: at Olin. Iredell county, Sunday. August
| 2nd. W. L. Holland, of Olin. is general
f chairman of the event and it is expected
that hundreds of former residents of the
f community will be present on the happy
! occasion. Every one is expected- to
[ bring a well filled basket and a grent pic
f nic dinner will be served.
[ Three speakers have been secured for
! the occasion, W. C. Feimster. a native of
) Iredell, now s Newton attorney: Join!
1 B. Sherrill, editor of the Concord f Trio
| bune and a former resident of this oom-1
I munity. and D. F. Giles, of Marlon, also]
I a former resident of the Olio coumun-
F The radiation of ultra-vtotet rays
fitted fro* tbs* *«i T itself. r B ” at * 1 ’
a -A, .4 '.svWll.'H
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
COMMITTERS TO MEET IN
SALISBURY ON THURSDAY ]
Conference Relative to Promotion of the j
Electric Railroad Extension Will Be j
t IleM In Saltatory.
Coqimjtt,<?e* appointed by chambers of (
commerce agd otter civic orgamsatioaa |
in Concord. Charlotte. 8a! i sbu ry ana ]
Lexington for the jprpmotion of an ex- i
tension of the Riedmont and Northern j
railway from Charlotte to Wiuston-Batem J
areare asked to meet in conference next 1
Thursday afternoon in Salisbury. The j
call for the meeting has been extended by j
former Governor Cameron Morrison, who j
has been acting aa spokesman from of
ficials of the railway coiuimny.
Dr. T. N. Spencer, president of the lo
cal chamber of commerce and head of its
committee for this matter, has advised
other committee members appointed here
,of the meeting and this city is certain
to he well represented at the Salisbury
conference. I’qder present plaits the
conference will be belli at 3:30 at the
The following are the committees ap
pointed in Concord to work for the exten
sion of the line:
Rotary Club: I* T. Hartsell. T. H.
Webb, F. J. Haywood. W. R. Odell and
| Kiwanis Club: T .1). Maness, T, N.
: Spencer, F. M. Youngblood. G. L. Hen
drix, J. P. Cook, L. T. Hartsell, Jr.,
. Noel Reid and W. L. Burns,
i At a mass meeting held at the court
hopse soon after, it was known that the
Piedmont and Northern might extend its
■ lines through Concord, the following com
mittee was appointed by Mayor C. H.
I Barrier, who was chairman of the meet
I From the Rotary Club: .T. F. Day
vault. L. D. ColtrUnc. A. G. Odell. A.
K. Howard and Maury Richmond t from
1 the Kiwanis Club: B. E. Harris, T. N.
| Spencer. W. A. Foil. T. D. Maness and
F. M. Youngblood; from the chamber of
1 Commerce: G. L, Patterson. C. F. Rit
jcliie. F. C. Nibloek. 11. B. Wilkinson.
| and L. T. Hartsell; from the Merchants
■ Association: W. A. Overcash. .1. E.
Davis. J. L. Petrca, O. A. Swaringen and
A. B. Pounds.
■ The permanent comnvttee from the
: j Chamber of Commerce, to represent it in
I any meeting, was appointed by President
II T. N. Spencer, as follows: J. F. Cannon,
’ C. 11. Barrier. G. I- Patterson, W. A.
1 Foil. G. Ed. Kestler, (’. B. Wagoner. H.
1 B. Wilkinson. .1. B. Sherrill, F. C. Nib
lock and C. F. Ritchie.
* | As many members of these committees
1 .as can are asked to attend the Salisbury
* conference. •
| The message from Mr. Morrison to Dr.
' | Silencer roads :
| "After consultation so far as practi
] cal. I have decided it will Ibe best for
■. committees on promotion of electric rail
| road extension appointed for various
I chambers of commerce and other civic
i organizations to have first meeting in
! i Salisbury in courthouse at 3:30 on nfter
| n#on of Thursday. July 30th, Please
* notify committees in your town and let
us have good meeting at Salisbury on
date and hour mentioned."
Pianklyn Famum in Thrilling Serial at
The thrillingost airplnne oliasr ever
screened is seen in "Battling Brewster,”
the new serial released by a new com
pany Ryart Pictures, at the Concord
Franklyn Farnum, well known to
movie fans the world over, is starred
with Helen Holmes, also a widely known
player, in this new thriller serial which
will be presented in fifteen successive
episodes, each in two reels. Farnum is
well east as Jack Brewster, known, be
cause of his prowess as an amateur
boxer, as “Battling Brewster.” The
first episode shows him on the brink of
his marriage to Margery Brand, por
trayed by Helen Holmes. Almost from
the introduction of Brewster things
happen thick and fast to prevent his ar
riving at Margery’s home for the mar
riage ceremony, And tUere is not a
moment’s let-up in the fast action and'
excitement which continues through ev
ery foot of the two reels which mo prise
the first episode.
Fans who like thrill stuff will cer
tainly like this one.
At the theatres.
Hoot Gibson in "Taming the West,”
and Stan Laurel in a comedy, "Near
Hobliu.” are at the Pastime today.
"The Threshold of Eternity.” the
episode of Battling Brewster, and Ben
WTlsbu in "The Man From Lone Moun
tain” and a comedy, "i'oung Oldfield,”
are bei;ig shown today, at the Concord
Jack Perrin in "Desalt Madness" and
a Sunshine comedy, "Stretching the
Truth," are the features at the Star to
■aui""ism. I'.li ) launun'L'iswwie
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5 Easy jobs never last long I
X —the competition for them 8
S. is too keen. fi
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| Clines Bbarmacy I
Liberty Self Rising
Melrose Flour we need only announce
arrival of a big shipment which we have
every four to six weeks. Get yours now.
liberty Self Rising Flour is the very
highest grade of Flour with phosphates
and salt added in the exact proportion,
so you take no change in your mixeure
to have very best results. It‘s a suc
Buy all your flour at
Cline & Moose
Feed the BEST
Cottonseed Meal is High and
Spartan Datry Feed is a better
and safer feed. It produces, more
Sold Wholesale and Retail
Phone Us Your Orders
Cabarrus Cash Gro
PHONE 571 W
South Church Street
A 1 if hJntw guaranteed
—-fcifiJMlsKlN DISEASE REMEDIES
flj F/ thetrntment of Itch, bum,
V? MA Ringworm. Tvttaror otibutMeh
, log akin dlMaeca. Try thla
traatmeat at ear risk.
Hooey bock without question '
If HUNT* GUARANTEED A
SION DtSRISB REMEDIES iM
(Hunt’a Salve and Soap), fall inf
the treatment of Itch, II
lug akin * «*
treatment at our riak.
PEARL DRUG COMPANY
Woman—the World’s Greatest Walker
■ - Thousands of women walk the equivalent of a cross
E country hike from Seattle to Boston every year without
w leaving their-«wh honjes!
K \ This startling fact has just been determined by a jfead-
I ~ ing college. This institution equipped women with pedom
■ v eters and discovered that they walk -2 to 15 miles
K ■ each day doing their housework,
1 I[i 1[ i ■ It was shown that a woman must travel a great many
. , mv>re miles every year when she is in bondage to a coal
I Ititsdone 'stove than when she has a gas range an£ other modem gas
You Can Do burning equipment in her hoRHt, . ? ’ '
■ it Better 1 “A womp," it was said,‘is a slave to a coal stove; a gas
ft with, Gas” range is a slave to its owner. Where gas is the fuel there is
I no lugging of coal or ashes and there is no dirt or other in
| SEXaMEJOaB convenience.” j
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1 Mwcara (x u&s vO#
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 SB.OO-—A SAVING OF $1.68
i., , '
Ritchie Hardware Co
TOUR HARDWARE STORE
/N. For Light-Footed
\ You’ll find that the pleas
ing little one-strap cut-out
vamp as pictured here ip
Made of soft patent kid, it
fits so smoothly, at the
throat, instep and ankle. It
|«rjpsLr>Q is a dandy comfortable shoe
* * for general summer wear.
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES’’ QQ to Jy QQ
STRAW OR PANAMA HAT
Can be Cleaned and Rebloekar to
finish out the season if sent to us.
M. R. POUNDS
Dry Cleaning Department
SafurHay, July 25, 1025