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Aug. 21, 1925, edition 1 /
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’?BOE8, SUPPERS, PIMPS. TAN
fIIpALIZING styles, scaxdal-
Hdg PRICES. ECONOMIZING
SEE PATT COVIXG-
yilWil iif Large Watermelons.
Mpove-Bost. Co. 21-lt-p.
Farm in No. 5 Town
■Kip—-on| h..r>e. .an get
HEttoesiou by describing, paying for
ad. Jason Misenheiui
Vts We Have
Hpfcoife eats of native spring lamb
■fT yeaß Phone 510 and ">25.
B*. C*Graeber. 21-lt-p.
Ke Handle Porcelain; White Ho^
Rand Imperial Self Rising Flour be
■jeause we? think it is the best. Dove
■ Bost Co, &-lt-p.*
But Sate—Pigs ami Slioats at D.
Bp. Casters. Concord Route 3.
MW i i
Krttcrg Lettuce. Dove-Bost Co.
■' 21-lt-p. » 4
Ibr Me—Five Room House on Saint
■s Mary's Street, lot (50x214 feet a
K real bargain at quick sale. 5 room
ft house on Isabel street, a beautiful
lfit on American Avenue.
Ijftwo nicft vacant lots on South Uu-
Bpion street Three vacant lots on East
Bfppepot street. 38 Seres on Gold Hill
fivtj miles from Concord with
Kgjfood buildings. Very desirable.
K Jno. K. AYitterson & Co., Agents.
1.20-3 t-p. ;
ftlil 686 K(tr Lettuce, Celery, Bananas
R and grapes. Choice fresh an<l cured
R meats. Sanitary Grocery Co.
fcrtsh Fish—Speckled Trout. Croak
■%ers and ttftterfish. Phone 510 and
BtS25. Chns>. C. Graeber. 21-lt-p.
Brenda and, Kingan Hams. l>ove-Bost
I Co. - 21-lt-p.
mtifhl Notice to School Boys and
■pfirls—YdU can get a pencil with
R jour name printed on it free for 5
B cents at JRitz's Store. Concord. and
RPmith's Drug Store. Kannapolis.
■ 10-12 t-p.;
Ror Sale—i One and a Half Acres of
I land on ''Kannapolis road. A real
Jftergain. 5'- H. Peck. 18-3 t-p.
R 1 - sr—
■tepair Work Guaranteed. Sell Singer
B sewing machines. Phone 572. Xo.
■ & Means'Street. 7-20 t-p.
Btor Rent-LUesiralde Store Room 30
■ bq 75 iu.the heart of the business
■ section. "Phone 327. 15-ts-e. i
CRAZED NEGRO KILLS
l y DOCTOR AT FARM VILE
Crowds Gather and Threats of Yio-
I knee Are Heard, Following Slaying
I of Phy feian.
I Farmvilie. Aug. 20.—Dr. H. P.
Iloslw . prominent physician and citi
len of Farjnville. was shot to death
•y a half .grazed negro by the name
If Frank Frizzell, about 7:30 o'clock
pi evening, when he answered a
luminous tj> call professionally at the
pome of the old negro. The tragedy
Iceurred on a farm about half a mile
pom the city limits on the Wilson
I Mrs. Mosley accompanied her htts
tand and was seared in the ear in
pout of the house while I)r. Mosley
pent around to the back of the house,
after having found no one in the front
■art. Hearing sSiots, Mrs. Mosley
pished , to the backyard to find her
lusband lying prostrate in a pool of
Rb own blood, and the old negro.
Brazed with monek rum. pointing the
Bun at her. A double tragedy was
■Verted by two men who were passing
B> a car. «aml who. hearing shots,
fcished to the scene, threw themselves
Between Mrs. Mosley and her would
For Greatest Bargains
in Everything to Wear N
Clothes For Everyone in
I 4 the Family x v
It Costs Less to Buy Them at
Hit Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist*
Agents Wanted—Wanted 2 Good Hus
tling agents, for house to house
proposition. This is. a good thing
for bard workers. Can make $25
weekly and over. Don't apply un
less you mean business and able to
travel on the road. Apply till 12
o’clock Saturday. M. Rives, '42 W.
Corbin street. 21-lt-p.
Vegetables of AU Kinds. Call us.
W* deliver. Duve-Bost Co.
For Gold Eats Come to Te» Room,
Mt. Pleasant, Saturday afternoon
from 4 to 8 o’clock. 21-lt-c.
Kodakers— Bring Your Films to the
Simpson Studio before 7 p. m. Get
your pictures at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
Kodakers—Have Your Films Devel
oped at home. Work satisfactory.
Prices reasonable. Simpson Studio,
(over Porter Drug Store.)
Salesmen Wanted —Experienced—For
lubricating oils, house, barn and
roof paints, greases, linseed oil.
soaps, etc. Contract wor $4,000 to
$5,000 yearly to men of expeerience
who are willing to work. The
T'nited States Oil Co.. Cleveland,
Ohio. 21-3 t-p.
Handsomely Engraved Visiting Cards,
100 for from $2.35 to $4.00, includ
ing plate. From old plate. $1.50
per 100. Tlmes-Tribune office, ts.
Fresh Country Eggs and Butter.
Phone 510 and 525. Chas. C.
First Showing Fall Millinery’- Im
ported styles. French Fancies.
Miss Brachen. 20-3 t-p.
Found —Bunch of Keys. Owner Can
get same by identifying them and
paying for this ad. 20-ts.
Pure Bred Duroc Jersey Pigs For
sale. Eight weeks old. and eligible
for registration. C. S. Thompson.
Route 3. Concord. 21-2 t-p.
We Make Windshields and Door
glass to fit any automobile. Also
mirrors nil sizes and shapes. Old
mirrors resilvered. Phone 3121 V.
Walter Brothers, 208 IV. Corbin St.
For Rent—Five-Room House With
Bath SIB.OO per month. James
Avenue. Phone 852 or 80. 8-15 t-e.
Wedding Invitations and Announce
ments handsomely printed on a few
hours’ notice at Times Tribune of-
I fiee. ts.
! Frizzell I'.ien pointed the gun at
the men but was put to flight by
- them and fled to the cornfield at the
» rear of the bouse, where lie continued
shooting for several minutes.
The men came to town as quickly
. as possible, and Dr. W. M. Willis
i sped to thb scene to find that death
had been instantaneous, a whole load
; of buckshot having entered tile dead
i man's left breast and neck, severing
> the jugular vein.
Almost the entire male population
» of Farmville was on the scene in a
i very few minutes and Vhe old man
was caught by officers who started
with him in a fast ear to Raleigh.
. The town lias never been so aroused
. and the citizenry so shocked and out
t ' There is a question in the mind of
.. every person in Farmville as to the
r source -of tile call which summoned
H Dr. Mpsley to the home of the old
negro. The old man is a habitual
’ monkey rum habitue and is said to
. be under the intiuence of liquor near
, ly all the time.
s Dis-putiug and borrowing cause
- grief and sorrowing.
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
GRAND JURY SI'BMITS ITS
REPORT TO JUDGE LANE
Finds County Home, Jail and Chain
Gang in Good Condition, With In
mates Getting Good Attention.
Before being discharged Thursday,
the grand jury for the present term
of Cabarrus County. Superior Court
submitted its report to Judge H. P!
Lane, presiding at the sessions of
court. The report says conditions
at the jail, chain gang and county
home are good and adds that inmates
are receiving fair treatment and plen
ty of food.
The full report follows:
' To His Honor Judge H. P. Lane,
presiding August, 11)25. term Ca
barrus County Sui>erior Court:
IVe. the Grand Jury, beg to sub
mit the following report:
We have acted ou all bills of in
dictment sent to us by the Solicitor
aud investigated all violations of the
law that have been brougfit to our
We in a body visited the County
Jail and various offices of the Court
House, we find the various offices neat
ly kept and in very good condition,
with the exeeptiton of several rooms
where the ealcimining or paint is be
ginning to scar off. giving them a
very ragged appearance. We recom
mend that these rooms be given a
coat of ealcimining or paint at ear
A committee visited the new County
Building on Church Street and found
same in good condition. At the Jail
we find the following number of pris
oners : 16 white male prisoners, one
federal, one juvenile, and one whose
mind seems to be imbalanced, fiive
colored men. two colored women. To
tal number. 23, all well cared for and
given plenty to cat. Bedding, etc., in
good condition. The building is well
ventilated, sanitary conditions are
fairly good with improvements or re
pairs being made. We suggest that
the fence back of the jail be xetended
around to tile wash room.
By committee we visited the County
Home and Chain Gang. At the
County Home we find the number of
inmates to be as follows: Nine white
men. 2) white women. 12 colored men
and four colored women. Total num
ber of inmates 45. IVe find two
prisoners, one white boy and one
colored woman. All arc being well
cared for and well contented with the
treatment they receive. IVe find ev
erything in clean, neat sanitary con
dition. They have furnishing and
bedding for all rooms. in the recep
tion room we find an organ and a
Victrola for the recreation and en
joyment of the inmates.
Livestock is as follows : 3 horses. 1
mule. 10 milk cows, 1 Guernsey bull,
2 heifers. 1 calf. 1 stock h0g.~3 brood
sows. 24 slioats. 4 pigs, about 100 old
chickens and 350 young chickens. IVe
find plenty of feed for the livestock,
such as corn, hay, dairy feed, etc.
IVe find 2 two-horse wagons, 1 hearse
and harness for same 1 Ford car, 1
Fordson tractor and accessories, 1 corn
’ harvester. 1 horse-drawn disk. 2 mow
ers. 1 rake. 1 grain drill. 1 corn plant
er. 1 steel terracer. plenty of small
farming tools and 2 electric motors,
kitchen equipment, fuel and provi
sions. 1 range stove. 1 oil stove, plenty
of pots, pants. di>iies, etc.. nearly
three carloads of coal ami plenty of
wood, plenty of Hour. meat. lard,
>ugar. coffee, milk. etc., some pickles.
25 gallons vinegar, about 20 gallons
syrup, some 400 jars of fruit and a
lot of preserves, plenty of Irish po
tatoes, corn. etc. For present use
1 barrel washing power, 1 barrel of
scrubbing soap. 1 barrel disinfectant.
The farm contains 133 acres, between
3 and 4 acres in orchard in good con
dition. a part under cultivation and
part in pasture. IVe realize that
much is being done for the benefit aud
welfare of the unfortunate, yet our
sympathies go out to the unfortunate
aged and infirm and we would urge
those in authority to use every means
at their command to make Cabarrus
County Home the model one of the
At the Chain Gang we find t’iie fol
, lowing: Number of prisoners: 7 white
l men. 15 colored men. Total number,
| 23. IVe find they arc being given
i plenty to eat and are being treated
i good. The food is being cooked and
| served in a sanitary condition. The
l quarters of the convicts is in fairly
) good sanitary condition. Fe find that
the mattresses are made of straw
I and pretty badly worn. Therefore.
* we urgently recommend that there be
[ new substantial mattresses bought for
) the camp at once. IVe find 2 1-3
[ barrels Hour, 2 bushels meal, 100
| pounds meat. 1 case soda. 1 case bak-
I ing powders, 1 case soap. 2 boxes
| tobacco, 6 gallons syrup, 100 pounds
l salt, 75 pounds grits, 1 barrel Irish
| IVe find livestock as follows: 17
I mules, all found in good condition, 4
* two-horse wagons, 6 scoops. 4 trae
| tors, 1 Fordson tractor, 1 Ford truck,
i 1 White truck, 3 F. & IV. D. trucks.
* 2 large road machines and one small
I I machine, 1 concete mixer, 2 No. 60
1 1 tractors, 2 No. 30 tractors, 17 sets
of harness, 1 set of blacksmith tools,
plenty of shovels, picks, etc. IVe
u find 120 bushels oats, 23 tags of
1 sweet feed aud 0 bales of hay. IVe
find no complaint among the prison
' IVe, the Grand Jury, having ful
i filled and completed our duties re
-1 spectfully ask to be discharged.
IV. M. FISHER, Foreman.
H. F. STOWE, Secretary.
A Big Tent Meeting at the Franklin
A big tent meeting began Thursduy
uight, August 20th at the Franklin
| Mill. IVe had a large congregation
last night. Mr. Jim Tulbirt und 'his
choir from the Methodist Church at
! the Hartsell mill will take charge of
[ the singing.
[ Come and worship with us. Ser
| vice each night at 7 :30. Special songs
[ at each service. E. L. B, f
I The latest census shows that there
| are 2,282.000 more women than men
[ in Germany. In 1011) the figure was
I 2,884.000, so tba’ since the war the
I number of “surplus women” has
f- been decreased by over 000,000.
THi coUtokh DAILY fRiBUNS
GOOD PROSPECTS FOR
DIKE LNIV. THIS FALL
Seventeen Letter Men Return to Try
For Places on Eleven.—Only One
Seventeen football letter men will
be returned to Duke University this
This news was garnered Thursday
from a student of the Methodist In
stitution who has been keeping in
close touch with tha affairs of his
alma mater and should be especially
cheering to alumni of the school in
terested in her football fortunes.
Supporters of the Blue Devils can
confidently look forward to a vastly
improved eleven this year if things'
work out as they should. Os course
there’s many a slip twixt August and
Thanksgiving but from it pre-season
view of things. Duke should have a
Things last year at the then Trin
ity College did not run as smoothly
as they should and the season was
nothing to brag about. There was a
new coach with a totally new system.
This was not the main difficulty, how
ever. Howard Jones had to construct
a team from entirely new material.
All the old men graduated the year
before and left inexperienced players
to take their places.
Returning to Duke are ten lines
men and seven baekfield men. These
seventeen men. with a year more ex
perience, should put up a snappy elev
en. In addition to these, there are
some freshmen of promise who will
give somebody a fight for places on
In the baekfield there stands out
prominently the nanie of Lngerstedt at
fullback who was one of the best in
the game last year. It was his heavy
plunging that gave the Methodists
two touchdowns against Davidson and
his defense aided materially in keep
ing the : r scores down in the early
part of the contest. Caldwell, an
other prominent back, will return.
Then there are Finley at half. Frank
at quarter. Johnson at full, Reitzel
at quarter and Bullock. Bullock was
injured early in the season and did
not get to play in any of the games
but is practically certain of a posi
The line is composed of Aldridge,
Culp. Grigg, McDavis, Mclntosh, Nic
odeinas, l’orter. Simmons, Thompson
and Tray. The one man lost to the
team was Pickens, the center. His
place will be filled by Porter. Who was
understudy in the position last year.
From the freshmen team, among
others are Weaver, Tuttle and Swift,
who have possibilities of making the
MILLS IN GOOD SHAPE;
COTTON AT A PREMIUM
Indications Point to Good Business
Conditions in Stanly 11118 Ye«r.
The Press man was discussing local
conditions with one of our well in
formed mill men. While our in
formant does not want to be quoted
personally, and he modestly, says that
je knows really but little about gen
eral conditions, he nevertheless shows
that he is both a dose student of bus
iness affairs and his judgments are
seldom far off from the true mark.
Mills in this county have fared well
the past year. With no shut down
at all, and with but little curtailment,
they show a healthy condition.
Jnst at this time, however, the
trouble is more one of getting raw
cotton than of getting orders for fin
ished product. The mills are now
using from the 1925 crop, but the
premium on early cotton is usually
high, and forces a situation not wholly
pleasing, and one that is hard to coun
terbalance under regular business
This new cotton comes largely from
Texas. The freight on shipments
added to market value make it largely
prohibitive: but local mills are using
it. and there is no indication present
that, with a normal supply of raw
material, they will face embarrassing
situations of any nature.
“It looks as if we are going to
have a good, safe, year of business
along ail lines." this gentleman re
marked : “but of course there is not
going to be any more of war-time
profits like we had during the war.”
In other words, business is fast get
ting down to settled routine, and the
business man who has set his stakes
to stay by the game is finding him
self in good way to get his share of
what is going. And the general out
look indicates a good year.
“THE SCARLET WEST,”
GREAT FILM, HERE
Thousands of Soldiers. Indians Battle
in Pioneer IVrsl Dnuna.
After seeing “The Scarlet West,’’
at the Concord Theatre for an ex
tended engagement, one feels a new
respect for the motion picture art,
for here is entertainment par excel
lence. And it also demonstrates the
superiority of the screen over the
-speaking stage. *
Bearing the First National trade
mark. “The Scarlet West” reaches
epic heights in its masterful portrayal
of that most dramatic of eras in Aemr
ican history—the winning of the W'est
from the Indians. The producer,
Frank .1. Carroll, and the director,
John Adolphi. are to be congratulated
for the skill with which they have
breathed the spirit of romance and
adventure into this remarkable pro
Our blood ran faster as we bebeld
the mighty battleg between Indians
and American soldiers, with thou
sands of combatants taking part in
the battles; we gasped with awe at
the magnificent scenery unfolded upon
the silver sheet: we shuddered with
horror at the plight of the hero and
heroine, and we gloried with the lev
el’s in the; culmination of tfoir re
inance. ’’ ! < i
’ Seldom ligve we seen a pictilrc
which wove such a spell about the
spectator and held bis attention so
Some Japanese young girls when
they desire to look very captivating,
gild their lips.
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South Atlantic League.
W. L. PC.
Spartanburg 63 44 .588
5B 50 .587
Augusta 55 51 ,51i)
Asheville „ 63 5 .401
Greenville 50 55 .476
Cqfombin 42 6* .B*6
Knoxville 40 67 .374
Greenville 8; Charltafe 1.
Spartanburg 6; Columb’n 2.
Asheville 7-0; Macon 4-4.
W. L. PC.
Wnahingtcm W 40 .040
Philadelphia 72 40 .043
Chicago 04 52 .352
St. Louis 58 57 .504
, Detroit j..!W 58 .401
Cleveland 52 67 .457
New York 48 64 .429
Bouton 44 80 .355
Washington 1; Cleveland 0.
St. Louis 7: Philadelphia 6.
Chicago 11; Boston 7.
Detroit-New York, rain.
W. L. PC.
Pittsburgh 67 44 .605
Xew York 67 50 .573
Cincinnati 62 52 •5441
St. Louis 56 61 .470
Brooklyn 58 58 .477
Philadelphia 51 61 .455
Chicago 50 64 .438
Boston 5l 67 .432
Pittsburgh 2; Brooklyn 1.
Chicago 5; Xew York 3.
Boston 6; St. Louis 4.
Cincinnati 8; Philadelphia 4.
TO ERECT BRIDGE ON
YADKIN AT STOKES FERRY
Albemarle Company to Obtain Charter
to Erect Bride at Early Date.
Albema le Press. . I
The erection of either a concretel
or a steel bridge across the Yadkin
River at the point now known as.
Stokes Kerry is now an assured fact.
This became definitely known Tues
day afternoon, when 11. L. Smith,
Esq., prominent Albemarle attorney,
after consultation with .bridge con
tractors and engineers, announced that
his company would erect a bridge
across the river itfiere the present
ferry tis operated.
Blue prints and specifications have
already been obtained, relating to
either steel or concrete structure, but
since it is the plan of the new com
pany to erect n bridge which would
accord with specifications used on
similar structures by the State high
way commissioners, the class of struc
ture to be adopted will not be passed
upon until the plans are submitted
to and approved by the State highway
Four counties center in the bed of
Ihe liver at Stokes Ferry. These are
Stanly. Davidson. Rowan and Mont
gomery. It would be a four-county
bridge. The bridge will be 600 feet
in length, and good approaches from
both sides are to be constructed.
R. L. Smith and Amos F. Biles
own the site at the ferry, and they
propose the organization of a com
pany to be incorporated under charter,
and associating with themselves others
who may become interested in the op
eration of a toll bridge at that point.
The bridge would for sometime have
to he' operated as a toll bridg.e since
it is definitely decided that the State
highway commissioners can not en
tertain a proposition which looks to
the building of either a road or a
bridge under improved lines covering
a project which has as yet assumed
no legal status.
USE FENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
H alter A. Almond Is Glad to TeH of
Ills Experience With HERB
JI ICE.—Says Us Best Medicine He
“In order to enable my friends and
everyone to know that there is one
medicine they can take with the ut
most confidence. I want to give this
public statement and tell you how
your HBRB JUICE has restored my
health and strength after other medi
cines failed.’’ said Mr. Walter F. Al
mond. highly connected with the Ca
barrus Mill. Kannapolis, N. C\. and
resides at 5 Railroad Avenue, in a re
cent interview with the HERB JUICE
representative. "My trouble started
with constipation." remarked Mr. Al
mond, "and I think I was in about
as had- condition as anyone coukl be.
u tliout just being down and out, nnd
I assure you I was not far from that.
The constipation soon became chronic,
anil the result was that in a very
short time my whole system was out
of order and seemed full of poison.
Stomach was all upset, gas would
form after eating, from which I
would, suffer for hours after eating
with gas pains und bloating. My kid
neys and liver were not functioning
as they should and this caused me to
have bilious attacks und dizzy spells.
It is quita natural that when a per
son's system is in this condition that
they absolutely detest even the smell
of food, such was my fate on account
of constipation and indigestion. It
seemed that everybody were tatkiug
about HERB JUICE ami what it was
doing for people in Concord and sur
rounding country, so I decided to try
it myself. The first bottle did lots of
good and after taking it for, several
weeks I have been entirely relieved of
the gas pains and bloating after eat
ing, and through its nntural action
on tlie bowels, 1 have also been reliev
ed of the eenstipation, my liver and
kidneys are in much better shape, and
nam V *J rgeT'^t * "d**
Opinion, it is the best rentedy on the
market fer constipation and indiges
tion, at least It bis proven so in my
case. T know St is the best med’eine
that I have ever used.”
HERB JUICE Is aoM ami guana
s* tr s""* 7 r -
— ■ --—— * * -
Resource* Over One Million Dollars
* We have money to lend on the Weekly Payment Plan
paid back in weekly payments as per the following
> r From 50.00 to 100.00 to be paid back at 2.00 per week
3 t — Jr°® 100.00 to 150.66 to be paid back at 3.00 per week
From 160.00 to 2®0.00 to be paid back at 4.00 per week
>' ■ From jOO-OO to 250.00 to be paid back at 5.00 per week
From 250.00 to 300.00 t 6 be paid back at 6.00 per week
From 800.00 to 400.00 to be paid back at 8.00 per week
From 400.00 to 500.00 to be paid back at 10.00 per week
. If F OH are in need ’ consult our officers today. They
gladly give you any information desired.
~ r " "~7"
Of ‘‘H*,” Bui— •
If we didn’t sell high-grade, dependable goods—
If our service wasn’t efficient, quick and courteous
If our location and facilities weren’t convenient and adequate—
If our prices weren’t absolutely right—
If we were not fair and square in all our dealings— *
How do you figure we could build up the tire business we have.
People wouldn t come here and keep on coming if they knew of a better place to go.
Don t get in a buying rut. If you’ve neve r patronized us and. are not acquainted
with us, come m and see what you’ve been missing
We can seE you what you want for what you want to pay.
We believe we can give you Goodyear high quality tires at a price you can’t beat—
make us prove it. '
Yorke & Wadsworth
Union and Church Street.
Phone 30 Phone 30
HOTTEST AVGUST ON RECORD
Temperatures Thursday Went Up to
Washington, Aug. 20.—Abnormally
warm weather which prevailed in the
southern states today sent the tem
. perntures above 103 at Macon. (Ja.,
j and Charlotte, N. C., the highest ever
, recorded in those cities, the United
States wheather bureau’s report of
conditions said tonight.
Angusta. Oa.. experienced its bot
, test August day on record with 106
degrees while temperatures of 100 d -
! frees and more were reimrted by a
number of places. They included:
Birmingham, 102: and Atlanta. lAttle
Rock. Memphis. New Orleans. Vieks
burg and San Antonion with 100 de-
I frees each.
Showers are predicted generally" in
i the South Atlantic, east gulf state and
Tennessee for tomorrow.
Mrs. \V. Desmond Humphreys, a
recent y'sitor to America, is one of
the post prolific of modern Engglish I
noveltists. For more than 30 years
Mrs. Humphreys, who is best known
under her pen name of “Rita’’, has,
published at least -one-hovel every
I I year.
Health by Purifica
Any physician will tell you
: that “Perfect Purification of
] the System is Nature’s founda,-
; tlon of Perfect Health.” Why
’ not rid yourself of chronic ail
> ments that are undermining
■ your vitality? Purify your
| entire system by taking a thor
i ough course of Cafotabs,—
l once or twice a week for sev
i «ral weeks—and see how Na
ture rewards you with health'.
Calotabs are the greatest of
• all system purifiers. Get a
* family package, containing
. directions, price 35 cents;
. trial package. 10 cts. At any
drug store. (Adv.)
v\ y\ WSj&f of up-to-date porcelain or
I room equipment, which
shall be glad to dem
ute whiteness and clean-
7‘"" > V = liness at all times: beauty
*== Ji °f finish—an ornament to
j I Fjl the finest home; new pat
m J yjl V 1 ented faucets that do not
VI *1 drip or leak; no drain or
traps to fill up and over
PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER
Office and Show Room 39 E. Corbin St. Office Phone 334 W
When You Start To Build
The rignt time to take out insurance is when yon start
building. Then if through any cause your building should
bum, even before completed, the Insurance will cover your
loss. ' •
v' • *
Fetzer & Yorke Insurance Agency i
Successors to Southern loan and Trust Co.
r, B. FKTZER A. JONHS YORKE
Advertising DM It.
Wrikley, the chewing gum man. has |
explained hew he built up a business |
of milkoUH of packages a day. / j
He has done it by sticking to bis,
one line and advertising, it. He spends
over a million dollars a year in btiy-l
ing newspaper space to tell the world
about 5 cent chewing gom. He hus I
educated people to chew gum nud to
«Ww Wrigßy’s. He did not Mop
shouting as soon as he attracted at
tention. > '■ I
He says you must keep it up or the
buyer* will forget you. Whether
yours la a 6 cent or a $56,00 business,
keep telling about it. !
Augusf il, 192$
[ Fanners’ Picnic at Poplar Grove,
i The. Farmers’ Picnic at Poplar
I (}rove will be held this year on Thurs-
Lday. August 27th. It is planned to
J rnuke this annual event more attract-
I ive than ever before. A flue grove,
j good water, ample parking space.
and meet your friends, - enjoy
[the gabies and’sports and be enter
tained by hearing addresses by Mr.
3. B. (twain, Os Raleigh and others.
Don’t miss this.
[' , . A. H. HARRIS,
8. 3. HARTSELL,
AkNNY COLUMN—W PAYS
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