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August 10, TS2S
Mrs. Davis Entertains at Bridge.
. Mra. 1. I. Davis was hostess at a
f(rid#e Party Saturday afternoon ,honor
ing Miss Alice Millar-and Miss Gertrude
Miller, of Pittsburgh, who are visiting
their sister, Mrs. Joe A. Hartsell. Cov
ers Were laid for three tables.
At the conclusion of the game a de
licious ice course was served by Mrs.
Davis, assisted by her daughters, Betsy
aud Minnie Hill.
Those present were; Misses Alice and
Gertrude Miller, Mrs. Joe A. Hartsell,
Mrs. „D. Li. Boat, Mrs. Stanton North
rup, of New York, Mrs. B. E. Harris, Jr.,
Mrs. W. L. Burns, Mrs. Frank Rogers,
Mrs. A. J. Yorke, Mrs. George L. Patter
son, Mrs. J. A. Cannon and Mrs. V. A.
War Mothers Meet Tuesday Afternoon.
The War Mothers will hold a regular
monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. S.
A- Wolff Tuesday afternoon nt 4 o’clock.
•Mrs; Wolff will be assisted as hostess by
Mrs. J. W. ,B. Long. Mrs. J. O. VVilleford
and Mrs. M. L. Buchanan. All members
are urged so be present. ~
’ Son Born.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Heth
cox, August Bth, a son.
Post and Flagg’s Cotton Letter.
New York, Aug. 7—The.cotton mar
ket has been practically motionless and
the few minor changes that have taken
place have reflected nothing more than
trivial operations by local scalpers. An
even more lifeless market, if that is pos
sible, seems in store for tomorrow as
there will be no trading after the re
port until the market opens again on
Mondpy.. The only feature of the mar
ket id 3v faint naryowing of the Deccm
tftft'-January; ‘ difference white' 'October
ijas appeared relatively easy.
‘ Cilrrent expectation seems to be for '
ujbout 13,800.000 bales for the crop ex-I
peetalloy, but it is- hopeless to attempt
ty forcast. Fluctuations next week
II depend chiefly on the extent to
which the- lgtires- vary from what the
tradeoffs Jooking for huf eanpr ptf the
best in the trade feel thiit eVeh 'T4J)OO,-
000 or a little better should not
be taken; as bearish or necessarily im
plying! h j surplus aboye requirements
that will |WeigU.‘ Jira,vily jOß;4irices if# the
long rtiju.' ' ; •
i; 1 I>OBT AND,FLAGG.
• .lijiifrerslty Football Schedule.
versity of North Carolina has been an
liouueed. It follows:
September 20th, Wake Forest, at
October 3, University of South Caro
lina, at Columbia.
October 10, Duke University, at Dur
October 15, N. C. State, at Raleigh.
October 24. University of Maryland, at
October 111. Mercer, at Macon.
November 7. V. M. 1., at Richmond.
November 14, Davidson, at Chapel
November 26, University of Virginia,
%« Chapel Hill. - -.» « »v
Japanese Has Biggest Pearl.
Tokyo, Dug. 10.—A Japanese paper
proclaims that a member of the town
assembly of Yahato-eho, near Tokyo, is
the owner of the largest pearl in the
world. It is seventeenths of a "sun” in
diameter, and one-fifth larger than the
great pearl included in the crown jewels
of Great Britain.
No “cure”—but welcome
relief from night dis
tress may be had by ap
plying Vicks at bedtime— 1
also by inhaling vapors at
Ow 17 Million Jart Vnd Ymarly ,
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. W ' PERSONALS T
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Byrd and Mr.
and Mrs./R. IV Gibson spent the Week
end at Roaring Gap. .
4 4 4 ’’ ‘
Miss Portia Funderburg, of Lake
Charles, La., left this morning fojr her
home after spending several months in
Concord visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Adden.
» .* •
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Davis and daugh
ters, Misses Betsy and. Minnie . Hill
Davis, left Sunday for Morganton where
they will visit for several weeks.
•• ' •
Miss Muriel Wolff, and Miss Carrie
Mae Griffin have returned from Albe
marle, where they spent a week visiting
* • *
Miss Josie Hill will leave in the morn
ing for North Wilkesboro. where she
will spend a week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. I. Martin.
• • •
Miss Jennie Brown will go to Newton
Tuesday morning to spend a week visit
ing Mrs. J. R. Brumloy.
* • •
Mrs. .T. A. Patterson and Miss Georgie
- Elizabeth Calloway left Sunday for
Shelby where they will spend some time
as the guest of Miss Fay Lutz. Later
they will go to Chimney Rook to spend
• a week or ten days.
I• • •
t Miss Annis Smoot left Sunday for
i Asheville and Montreat where she will
: spend some time.
• * *
i Harold Duvall has returned from Ashe
ville where he has been visiting for sev
| # •
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peek and Miss
Martha Sapp have returned from
Wrightsville Beach where they spent
several days. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Glass and Mrs.
J. A. Glass attended the Bethel camp
• • *
Mr. and Mrs. .T. L. Crowell, Miss Sa
rah Crotvelt and David Crowell- returned
Saturday night from a pleasant trip to
Myrtle Beach, S. C. :
• • •
, Miss, Lena Ridenhour has returned.
Atom a week's visit in Cherryville
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Brice Biggers and .Toe, Kcstler spent
Sunday at Chimney :Rpck and Asheville.
Mrs, Ray Lentz and: children have re
turned tit their home in WauOhtila. Fla.,
after visiting at the home of Mrs. and
Mrs. R. P. Lentz.
4 4 4
C. A. Sappenfield, Jr., of Columbia,
is spending the week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sappenfield.
• • 4
Miss Mary Mauney, of Shelby, and
Lathridge Warlick, of Kings Mountain,
were the guests of Miss -.uhleen Sap
• * •
Miss Clemmer Coggins, of Charlotte, is
visiting Misses Dorothy and Lueile
* • *
Miss Glara Henry is spending some
time in Asheville.
Miss Grace Royster has returned from
a week’s visit with relatives in High
• * •
Mrs. H. W. Gaßoway and children, of
Derita, spent the" week-end with her
sister, Miss Lola Query.
* • •
Master Roy Lee Saunders, of Rock
Hill, S. C.. is spending.a few days with
bis cousin. Frank Ridenhour.
Mrs. Harris, Crowell, of Mt. Pleasant,
is spending a few weeks with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lewis Ridenhour.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie Crowell, of Mt.
Pleasant, spent Sunday in the city with
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roger have re
turned from Lake Waecamaw, where
they spent several days.
Mis* Mary Phifer Pemberton has re
turned from Gastonia, where she spent
the week-end with friends.
• • «
Lee Honeycutt, of Richmond, Va., is
in the city visiting at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Honeycutt,
on West Corbin street.
• • •
Hubert Morris. John M. Cook. Eugene
Hoover, Hal Jarratt, Stokes White and
Jack White have returned from Pnte
hurst where they have been employed
during the past month packing peaches.
Zeb Morris and Hubert Morris left this
morning for Hendersonville and Ashe
ville where they will spend a week. They
will be joined Tuesday by Stokes White.
4 4 4
J. M. Gates, who is playing baseball
for Gibson Mill team, is visiting at the
home of his mother, O. M, Gates, on
North Church street. \
• 4 4
Miss Mildred Strodg, of Amherst, Va.,
left this morning for her home after
spending several weeks at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brown on Georgia
4 4 4
Miss Julia Harry has returned from
Greenville. N. C., and Roanoke Rapids,
where she has been visiting friends dur
ing the past two weeks."
4 4 4
William Harry has left for Cincinnati
where he will spend several weeks on va
cation. He is making the trip by au
4 4 4
Arthur McCarrell, of Ridgeway, S. C.,
is visiting friends here.
4 4 4
Miss Elizabeth Smith will leave Thurs
day for Chiekamauga, Ga., to visit her
aunt, Mrs. R. S. Wheeler.
4 4 4
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Archibald and chil
dren. Douglass, Nevin, Mary Cottrell,
Katharine and Nancy, will leave tomor
row for a.short itrip,to BlA^k’ Mojijitaiu
' THE^LAW:—Owb no
but to love one another;
for, lie that loveth another hath fulfilled
the law-o-Romnns 13:8. if-' ,
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RESjT:—This is my rest forever; here
will I‘ dwell i for I have aesiml it.—
Psultiui 182:14. ,
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J NEW GROCERY STORE OPENS
J. M. CuMeasure to Feature Prompt De
livsries at the J. and Hi Cash Store.
A new grocery store, which has for
its specialty the delivery of goods on
time, has bekn opened at 8 West Depot
street by J. M. Ciilcleasure, formerly
manager of Piggly Wiggly here.
Mr. Culdeasure, in spenking of this
. feature of his store, said that a feature
■ in the new store is that there shall be
immediate deliveries of everything order
| In addition to the prompt deliveries,
Mr. Culdeasure plans to carry everything
‘ in the line of fresh vegetables, both in
and out of season. A complete stock of
green goods will be kept on hand con
stantly, he says.
I The new store is well furnished and
, presents an attractive appearance. It
is to be known as the J. and H. Cash
Lindsay Ross and Jay Cannon, Jr.,
have been employed by Mr. Culdeasure
as delivery boys.
Play at Georgeville.
“Farm Folks,” the play given bv the
Georgeville Community Club on last
Thursday evening, August 6th, was
among the best ever rendered here. The
cast of characters had been selected by
those in charge and each character as
signed Reemed just suited to his or her |
part. Much work had been spent by,
those taking part on also by those who I
were directing. The following cast was
ably enrried out:
Philip Burleigh, from New York, de
termined to marry the one he loved, was
played by Harry Barrier.
Dave Weston, only a young farmer
jealous of Phil—Robert Mabrey.
Amos Godwin, owner of Silver Brook
Farm, played by William Teeter.
Bijah Finn, “jack of all trades,” well
played by Curtis Little. The comical ex
pression and ways of Bijah kept the au
Thompson, servant at the Burleigh
home—Boyd Lee Barrier.
Flora Goodwin, only a couikry girl—
ably acted by Miss Laura Mae Shinn.
Mrs. Burleigh, Phillip’s mothefl haugh
ty, dignified, well played by Miss Inez
Grace Biploigh, hlk sister, played ably
by Miss El pa Eiply,'
Sarah GoodtriiC wife of Anjos Good
win, well acted by Miss' Carrie Barrier.
Mrs. Peasley, who never has a minafe !
to spare’ played by Miss Zorn Cor. Iler
expressions of how she delests gossip
was veky entertaining.
Beliif Slocum, hired girl at the farm,
acted by ,' Miss Ruth Cox. The courtship i
of Delia ,aud Bijah was verjtjjomfcpl. i
All tfie characters were portrayed with i
credit. Elfph v received .special' compli
ments nrfil'pfnise. hi every way -Die play i
wits a decided success.
Much to the entertainment was the
music rendered during the evening by Mr. i
and Mrs. Paris Kidd and Mast it Eugene l
Kidd, of Concord. Their part of the «
program was thoroughly enjoyed by 'all. i
Their many favorite selections were 1
greatly enjoyed. ' I
'Hie Club Wishes to thank them for 1
their part of the the program. - I
A neat sum was realized from the play, ’
which will go toward the payment of the 1
LORD SEES ALL:—For the eyes of ‘
the Lord run to and fro throughout the j
whole earth, to shew himself strong in
behalf of thrtse whose heart is perfect
toward him,—2 Chronicles 16:19.
The Jones Aren’t Using Their Front Porch J
! I i
So Much This August : j
• t Time used to be when the Jones 1 That this August the screen of- < ’
' sat on their front porch regularly lerings at the city’s leading theatres i ’
' every evening in August. Not include some of’the biggest, finest, i ,
• much of any place' to go—so they and most wonderful pictures that : [
! stayed home. will he seen all year- 1 [
But times have changed. Try to That this August the leading j’
• find the Jones most any evening theatres are offering entire pro- ; *
■ now. You’ll find them —not off the grams which for thorough enter- j ’ <
old front porch—but at the ni9yies. tainment have never been equaled. 1 |
■ Maybe the Jones have discovered That’s why this August the ] ’
< something you didn’t know —■ Jones are going to the movies. > ’
< That this August the big fall pro- That's why tlie Jones aren't us- * i J
i ductions are being shown weeks, ing- their front porch so much ; p J
I ahead of time. these evenings. ■ j
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNB
Dave Kiser Said to Have Been Found
In Corn Field «f F. W. Hofie, of-Near
i Dave Kiser, well to do young white
; man es this county, was arrested during
■ the night for the allied theft of corn
from a field belonging to F. W. Howie,
i who lives near Harrisburg. Mr. Howie
, swore out the warrant for the arrest of
, young Kiser, who' waived preliminary
. hearing and was bound over to Superior.
Court on bond in the sum of SIOO.
According, to the report made by. Mr.
■ Howie to county officers, lie spent part of
last night in his corn patch in the hope
; of catching the person or persons who
, already had stolen between 75 and 100
dozen ears of corn from his fields. He
went to the field, along with one of his
workers, shortly after midnight and
some titme later heard a ear drive .into
the field. Mr. Howie said he waited
-until lie heard several ears of corn taken
from the stalks and then he threw a
double barreled shotgnn in the intruder’s
face and ordered him to throw up liis
hands.'' He had no idea who the in
truder was, he added.
Mr. Howie marched his prisoner to the
home of W. W. Oglesby, who brought!
him on to Concord later,
Mr. Howie and Mr. Oglesby returned
to the Corn field; it was reported to the
officers, and there found Kiser's Ford
| roadster. The six ears of corn taken
from the Howie field were in a sack, the
I officers were told, and in addition there
were between 20 and .30 dozen ears of!
corn in the car. Mr, Howie told of
ficers he did not know where this corn
came from but did not think it came
from bis field.
Young Kiser told officers he is eighteen
years of age.
Stanly Man Unjustly Punishes!.
Alonzo Burleson, an Albemarle jitney
driver, four years ago lured himself and
car to two, men and his troubles began
when the men induced a couple of young
women to get jti the car with them.
The quintette tuyned/ap in Halifax coun
ty where they were arrested and the girls
squealed on the men. claiming they were
kidnapped and carried off against tbeir
will. The men were tried in Halifax
county and convicted, Burlcnon getting
a tenyear sentence.
'lturleyson Ijasserved four years fit
the State prison and was given his par
don, the past wefk by Gqvorunr McLean.
Th? two young, wnnjen on whose evidence
he was convicted' now : eomc forward and
state that, he went with the prisoners as
Passengers and requesting that ,he lie
turned loose. Thus on the unsupji.nKeti
evidence of two silly-Indiscreet wonieti,’
a .tuan has had to suffer four long,years
in- prison unjustly. ;
7'.lie leads the Albemarle Press, pub
lished in the home town of Ruriesori, tb
remark that “there are a lot of girls as
foolish women who allowed theniSelves
I to get caught under compromising situa
tions which are all right .to thcmjselves
so long as they get,by with their game..
But when, they db get caught, some one
moot suffer in order to’protect the doubt
ful quality of their ‘good names,' In
this, two girls who were willing parties,
to the thing charged, now agree that they,
were not, 'kidnapped.' The general he- '
lief here is that Burleson has been un
justly .punished. If thi- he true, why
is thfre no comeback to him. on the evi
dence which gave hint a term of im
prisonment 5 ,Jso IMJJY things get by
because it is the law.* - *
REMEMBER PENNY ADS ARE CASH
j | Is Your Daugh- .
®. ;! Give . her an Elgin' I
i j|i watch and give it to her .!
!, j| with the explanation that j
|| | it is given to help her.to j
* iji learn the value of time '!
r, ijf and of promptness,-; ,
1 1 Easy terms if you wish’. 1
i | S. W.Preslar
; 8 JEWELER
> 5 We Want Your Account j
1 ; -
■ Liberty Self Rising
I Melrose Flour we need only announce
1 arrival of a big shipment which we have
1 every four to six weeks. Get yours now. 1
Liberty Self Rising Flour is the very
highest grade of Flour with phosphates
and salt added in the exact proportion,
so you take no chance in your mixture
.to have very best results. It‘s a suc
Buy all your flour at ■
Cline & Moose
You ca nenjoy this
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The better sort of Jewelry, which
wc offer for your choice here, is
tlie kind of jewelry you can en
joy. It has the quality appeal you
nnnoo'o j uooc oo •
jj All Suits Reduced . I
25 to 50 Per Cent.
- Straw Hats at Half Price
I Including Panamas and Leghorns ‘
Browns-Cannon Co. ||
CANNON BUILDING j
§ BALANCE s J
! Is all right. But some people seem to he so well balanced they -
never get anything done. I
What the world demands today.is; action.
H ° or Servi< ‘ e ,las »M «>e action possible back of it, and you profit ac- 1
I | E veiy big opport unity of the. past was simply to out down
| ws 7® swroe Y(> »u- «PP«rtunhy is to trade with us, >bere waste * f
I, is eliminated and Quality, Trices and Service, Guaranteed.
a “If it’s to eat we have it.” - \ j
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When You Start To Build } '”
jjj , ..^ he time to take out insurance is wlien you start jg
| Duudmg. Then if through any cause your building should 1
1 loss* 1 ' VCn e ‘ ore completed, the Insurance wifll cover your 1!
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ANOTHER CAR LOAD
Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows and
Why buy Imitations and Experiment when you can
get th,e Genuine OLIVER CHILLED here
| Yorke & Wadsworth Co. |
The Old Reliable Hardware Store I
j Union and Church Streets J
j Phone 30 , / Phone 30 |
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