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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
I The Concord Daily Tribune
; TIMEOFCLOSING OP MAILS
I The tine of the closing vof mails at the
.Concord postoffice is as follows:
128—11:00 P. M.
| 38—10:00 A. M.
' 34 4:10 P. M.
| 38— 8 :30 P. M.
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39 9:30 A. M.
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LOCAL MENTION |
■ Mr*. George R. Edwards of Rooky
Mount, will sing “Blest Are the Pure in l
Heart,’’ by lihrrio Huhn, at St. James!
Lutheran Church tomorrow.
Relatives, here have been advised that
Miss Louise Morris continues to show
Approvement following an operation for
appendicitis in a Charlotte hospital this
The condition of Mrs. Leslie Bell, who j
has been confined to her home on South
i’nion street for several days with an at
tack of appendicitis, is slightly improved,
it is said today.
Am infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I’cn-1
dleton died early this morning at tbir
home at the Brown Mill. Funeral sev
icew were held this afternoon at the home
and interment was made in ’Union cem
Miss Mary Mclnnis. who has been con
fined to the Concord Hospital for sev
eral weeks following an operation for
the removal of her appendix, has suffi
ciently recovered to permit her being'
moved to her home on McGill street, i
Defendants found guilty in recorder’s
court Friday paid fines and costs total
ing StiO. The heaviest fine, one for $35,
was paid by Garfield Gamble, negro, who
was brought back here for trial from
I’nion. S. C., on a charge of assault with
a deadly weapon.
Arnie Hoey. well known colored woman
of No. 1 township, died at her home
Friday. “Aunt Amie.” as the woman
was known, was more than ninety years
of age and was widely known and re
spected in her native' township, where
she had made her home for' many years.
An unusually good program has been
arranged for the movies tonight at the
Y. M. 0. A. at 8 o'clock. There are
four reels of comedies! one reel on the
life of a movie star and one educational
film. The pictures will be shown on
According to a deed filed Friday J. A.
Clontz has sold to Howard M. Clontz
for $25 and other considerations, prop
erty in No. 10 township. Another deed
filed Friday records the sale of land in
No. 10 township by R. P. Kissia’li to
J. F. Williams for S2OO,
Get ready for "Clean Fp Week’ begin
ning Monday. Trash placed on tile
streets will be carried off by city trucks
and wagons and all persons in the city
arc asked to co-operate so as to make the
campaign a success. Sec schedule in
this paper as to the time for the col
lection of the trash in the various wards.
Detroit won from (Chicago in the
American League Friday while Phila
delphia was winning from Boston. In
the National League Boston defeated
New York, Pittsburgh won from St.
Louis and Cincinnati defeated Chicago.
Charlotte defeated Columbia in the
Several hundred fans planned to go to
Kannapolis this afternoon so see the
third game of the Gibson-Kannapolis se
ries. Threatening clouds most of the
day undoubtedly kept many fans at home,
but despite the apparent signs of rain
many others here planned to go to Kan
napolis with the hope that the game
would be played.
Concord persons have received their
second batch of mail from the European
tour party. The first batch of letters,
mailed while the party was at sea. was
i received last week. The last letters
were mailed at Glasgow, where the party
went soon after landing. All members
of the party were well, according to ad
vices contained in the letters.
No. 12 Township Sunday School Conven
Number 12 Township Sunijay School
Convention will be held at Epworth
Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon,
July 20th, 1925, at three o'clock.
Every Sunday school in the township
is urged to send a large delegation to
the convention and the public generally
is heartily invited.
Following is the program:
Special music by the choir.
Hymn by congregation. t
Devotional exercises—Rev. J. M. Var
Hymn by congregation.
Order of business:
Reading of minutes of last convention.;
Reports of Sunday, Schools. ,
Nominations and election of officers
for ensuing year.
Special music by the dhoir.
| Address—Rev. T. F. Higgins. 1
I Hymn by the congregation.
Round Table Talks on Topic: “How
Best to Hold a Pupil in the Sunday I
School?” Led by Jno. R. Query, Supt.
Offerings for County Sunday School
J. B. DAVIS, President.
V. L. NORMAN, Sec’ty.
24S Bushels of Wheat on Eight Acres,
(•t «h« Associated Press)
Lexington, July 25. Atotal yield of
248 bushels 5f wheat was made on eight!
acre* by D. F. Fritbt. of Lexington,
township, reported County Agent C. A.
Sheffield, of Davidson county. Before! l
1924, wheat and legumes with a heavy ,
application of lime had been the rotation ]
on this field for several years. How-]
ever, in 1924, it was planted to corn'!
with a top dressing «C 100 pounds off L
i nitrate of soda. Owing to the dry »nm-1
mer, the corn yield was only about flf- ]
teen bushels to the sene and in the fall !
r!u*7!k _ ** *.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES
Sunday school 9:45. J. E. Davis super
intendent. Morning worship at 11, with
sermon by Dr. T. F. Marr, presiding eld
er of tlie Salisbury district. Union ser
vice on roof garden at 8, yvith sermon
b.v the lxistor. Strangers and visitors
welcome. Win. A. JENKINS,
Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m. Worship
and sermon by pastor at 1 a. m. Sub
ject, "What Think Ye Os Christ?” The
Township Sunday School Convention at
3p. in. Epworth League at 7p. m.
l Prayer service Wednesday at 7:45 p.
m. Onoig, practice Friday at 7:45 p. j
m. * i' ' ' j
J. ;M. VARNER, Pasto*. j
! Sunday school 9:45 a. m. At 8 o'clock I
p. m. the Luther League will give a ]
pageant, “The Quest.” at which time a I
free will offering will be taken for the |
benefit of the League. The publir is:
most 1 cordially invited to hear this pag
Bay less Memorial Presbyterian.
' Sunday school !> :30. . Preaching at 11
a. tn. ("oine and worship with ns. We
want you. You need us. We need you.
I Brown Mill Presbyterian.
1 Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching at
7:45 p. m. Revival meeting starting on
Sunday. July 25. Song service at 7:30.
Preaching at 7:45. Come.
W. H MATHKSON.Pastor.
St. linns Lutheran.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., F. R.'
superintendent. Chief service
at 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor:
"The More Abundant Life.” Solo. "Blest
Are the Pure in Heart—Bruno Huh a. by
Mrs. George Edwards, of Rocky Mount.
Luther league at 7. No vespers. This
church, welcome* you.
(Pero* E. Lindley, Pastor.)
Sunday school at 9 :45 n. m. Morning
worship at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Gold
en Humility.” Evening wo is hip at 8
o'clock. Theme. "The Upward Pull.”
Christian Endeavor societies mee at 7
p. in. We invite you to come rest,
pray and worship with us in this the
Father's house. Attendance is good, in
terest high and glad welcome abounds
for all. ;■ „
St. Andrews Lutheran Church.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Chief
service at 11 o'clock in charge of the
Brotherhood with an address by Prof. J.
Kerr Street Baptist.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. J. J.
McLaurin superintendent. Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. by the pastor.
Don't forget the men's Bible class. We
have a good class and you are welcome.
Subject of morning sermon: “The Empty
Sent.” Subject of evening sermon: "The
Resignation of a Tax Collector.’’ B. Y.
P. U. at 0:80. I'raycr service Wednes
day eveniug at 7 :30. You will be made
welcome at this church. Come and wor
ship with us. A. T. CAIN. Pastor.
McGM Street Baptist.
(J. K. l'entuff. Uhl Pastor)
Bible School 9:3t>. L. E. Polk, sui*er
intendent. .Men's class taught by the
pastor. Worship and sermon at 11 a. m.
Subject: "The Christian as World’s
Host." Also, at 7:45 "The Quest of
Happiness." B. Y. P. TT. at 6:45. Ser-
I vice Wednesday evening at 7:4'. Sub
ject : “The Spiritual Birth." Workers
Council of Bible School Friday evening
at 7:45. All teachers and officers ex
pected at this monthly meeting.
Forest Hill Methodiat.
Sunday school at 9:45. A. G. Odell
superintendent. Stonewall J. Sherrill
assistant superintendent. Come to Sun
day school and get the good of it. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and at Bp. m. Epworth
League devotional meeting at 7 o'clock.
There will be special music at the evening
service at K o’clock: Solo by Harry
Propst, “Spirit of God.”
The Sunday School and men’s class
meet at 9:45 o’clock. Assistant Supt. J.
W. Barnhnrdt will be in charge. Chil
dren's division in case of Miss Addie Bar
rier. Worship at 11 o'clock. Missionary
Frank L. Fesperinau will bring tfie mes
sage. Rev. and Mrs. Fespennan have
been in Jaiuin for six years, doing the
| WORLD’S JUDGMENT
DAY NEAR I
millions now living will never die
\ Varied methods of bringing happiness to man have 2
] been tried and ail have failed: but experimenting 8
I with important a matter as man’s happiness is ft
not to continue forever. O
For a long time it has ls>en permitted: but now sys- a
I organisations, nations, and creeds are railed ft
for u reckoning. Q
The rrckoniag is in progress among nations and 8
creeds, and will in dfie time be extended to Individ- *’* ' ' If
nala. UY •/ * 0.-C. Barnhart of ■
Shortly, man will find a new arrangement of N ivith 8
earth's affairs in operation, acquainting him by ex- the organized Bi- i
perience with those laws of right-doing that re- ble Study Class of
ward him with eternal life on earth. ' the I- H. 8. A. fie
rhe present marks that time of earth’s history when brin *" * yiew of
events conspire to end the old order and inaugur- discussed
ate the new. • elates in the work,
one that reflects
our day that fulflll
. ___ prophecy. The
SUNDAY, JULY *, F. M.
, I. B. a A •p. o.
SEATS nip NO COLLECTION # box No. Kan-
IntonmtlMtot BMe Stvffmrta AaaacM4%tt f i
work of an evangelistic missionary. They |
have just returned. It ia a pleasure to
have them in Concord. Union service at
8 p. m.
Sunday school 5) :45. A. E. Harris
superintendent. Preaching at 11 o'clock.'
Subject: "The Contents of Truth.” Eve-1
ning services 8 o'clock. Subject: “See- ‘
mg a (ireat Light." Mid-week prayer!
meeting Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Sixth
study in series. All are invited to these
set vices. ' v A. E. TIBBS.
South Atlantic League.
Won Loat PC. <
Charlotte „ .55 28 .663
I Spartanburg 5O 34 .595 ‘
Macon 44 40 .524 <
Augusta „ 44 41 .5181 1
Asheville ..42 42 .500 j!
'Greenviije _. 40 44 f .476 li
Columbia 34 40 .410 !
r 27 58 *3lB '
t',..'. Remits Yesterday,
i Chpriotjell ; Columbia 6.
Asiievme 8"; KuoxyiUe 7.
Augusta li; MrtWol.
Won Lost PC.
Philadelphia 50 32 .048 1
Washington 57 32 .040 ]
Chicago 49 45 .521
l St. Louis 48 45 .510
Detroit .. 48 45 .510
Cleveland 41 52 .441
New York 38 53 .418
Boston 28 04 .304
' Results Yesterday.
Detroit 0; Chicago 4.
Philadelphia 0; Boston 0.
Only two played.
Won Lost PC. i
Pittsburgh .. 52 34 .005 1
New York __ 53 ,37 .500 |
Brooklyn ._ .. 43 43 ,st»o i
Cincinnati ‘ 43 43 .500 1
Philadelphia. 42 45 .483 I
St. Louis 42 47 472
Chicago 1 30 49 .443 \
Boston 38 51 .413 1
1 Results Yesterday.
Boston 3; New York 1.
iPttsburgh 5; St. Louis 3.
Cincinnati 3; Chicago 1.
Only three played. 1
Bethlehem Strip Corporation Denies the I
(By the Associated Press)
Philadelphia. July 25. —Complete de
nial of government charges that it had
received an excess of upwards of sll,-
000.000 in wartime contracts, was filed in '
federal district court today by the Beth
lehem Ship Corporation Limited. 1
A fault confessed is half repressed.
CONCORD COTHIN MARKET
SATURDAY, JULY 25. 1025
Cotton ...... 24 1-2 1
Cotton Seed j. ,45 j
Our New Mechanically Refriger
keeps ice cream in the most per
fect condition. With this new au
tomatic refrigerating device, it is
possible to hold the temperature
to the zero mark if desired, and
this insures all ice cream and
drinks in the best of condition.
PEARL DRUG CO.
On the Square Phone 22
The Very Things You Need , .
Are Very Easy to Secure
The cool airy * Y \ J
mid-summer night pajamas— W I / f /
The fresh garters—the new sport y J
The collar attached shirts—the
cool bat ties— C
These and a hundred other ■ •
items you need are easy to buy— ™
and easy to pay for.
Come in—when the heat gets up its Irish—tell it to go bark
up another tree!
Einen Knickers.—Cool Tropical Suits —Bathing Suits
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
t^lat y ol,r ca * ’ s °i' e d aud
fflftjN greasedj thoroughly cleaned
I!W| 1 / and ree f rom dust, dirt, grime
and foreign particles. Let us
or two and see the difference.
| ’ HOWARD’S FILLING STATION
fojfl “Service With n (hoUs”
Be Sure You Are Right and Then Go
\ou will make no mistake by placing your order for
your winter s coal with
A. B. POUNDS
Threatened strike may cause coal to advance Si 00 oer
ton overnight. p
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North Carolina Popular Excursion
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Southern Railway System
i Three whole days and two nights in Washington.
| Round Trip Fare from Concord, N. 0., £|q 5Q
Special train leaves Concord II ;35 p. m. Julv 31 1025 •
Arrives Washington 8:45 A.M., August 1, 1025.
Tickets on sale July 81st. Good on regular trains to junction points,
theoce Special Train. Good to return on all regular trains (except No
r August 3°1025 DC Ud nt tr * in No - 30 leaving Washington 10:50 p. m.
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL GAMES
Washington Senators va. Detroit Tigers.
Three games August lat, 2nd and 3rd.
A flne opportunity to see T, Cobb, stat fielder of the Detroit Tigers;
WWter Johnson, star pitcher, the Senators, and other great stars in
w i l, 11 * 1 f 0 h* » wonderful opportunity to visit Washington’s many
XT'** : Ar n * ton N * tional Onjetery and various other points
, Tickets good in Pullman aleeping cars and day coaches.
No stop-overs—Np baggage checked.
For further information call ofi any Southern Railway agent or ad
mm' w»~t. 1 RH - GRAHAM, D. P. A„
, - ainu, »*«•*»
Concord, N. C. A
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Satijrday, July 25, 1925