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ißka’ All Society Forest Hill Met tv
£■»'Church will have a lawn party
Mill ball park Saturday
MSrWaotedas Personal Factory
Mraeaeittative in Concord. We will
to. the right man, the best
ever offered. No expe
■Bience dY capital required. Write
■EfttH infqrmation to Syncro Motors
HR, BaWlc Creek, Michigan.
fell Pepper, Sugar Peas, Celery. Let-
Baee, leas. Sanitary Grocery Co.
Bin Will Be a Kov Supper at White
PbH stfiioolliou.se Saturday. Angst
ESOth. at 3 p. m. given by men's
gel ass us Rocky Ridge Sunday
St 27-1 t-p.
Blifcens! Chicken*! Big Lot Nice
Hmc*. JJPhoue 505. Kd. M. Cook
K Company, 27-2 t-p.
(panted—<Vmpe tent Man to Run
agin. Hegliir, Route 5. Phone
|‘2711. 27-2 t-p.
ffijr Rent—Three Horse Farm. (1. C.
PHegiar.At. 5. Phone 2711. 27-2 t-p.
Hated—£o Bales of Oat Straw. H.
I B. Troutman, Concord. 27-lt-p.
(anker Belonging to St. Martins
Lutherans Church near Bost Mills,
will be'sold at auction to highest
•tbidder for cash, September 3, at 10
o’clock.® See A. J. Tucker, trustee.
ter Bent'—Desirable Store Room 30 -
j. bq 75 in the heart of the business
I section." Phone 327. 15-ts-c.
■Bare Dance Wednesday and Satur
: days nijhts at Poplar Lake. Big
round dance Poplar Lake, Concord. ■
N. C., Thursday night, August 27. 1
Music furnished by Frank E. Wil
liams' dance orchestra.
92.00 script. D. H. Hamilton,
Mgr. 35-3 t-p. '
> Bent—Three Rooms, Partly Fur
nished. ; Mrs. W. C. J. Caton. 33
East Depot St. 24-tit-p.
anted—piano Pupils. Call Eufanla '•
Hanie |t 550 W. 24-ot-p.
Bpair Work Guaranteed. Sell Singer
sewing machines. Phone 872. No.
9 Means Street. 7-20 t-p.
Os Course She Knew.
' A lady "in a southern town was ap
roached by her colored maid.
ij“WelL jenny?" she asked, seeing
Mt something was in the air.
“Please, Mis' Mary, might I have
te afte'npon off three weeks from
r ednesday?" Then noticing an uu
tdtled look on her mistress' face, she!
hied hastily, "I want to go to my I
s“Goodness me." answered the lady,
four fiffnee's funeral! Why, you:
in't even know that lie's going to die,
t alor.e tiic date of bis funeral. That
noun tiling there can't any of us be
When You Start To Build
la The right time to take out insurance is when vou start
gßilding. Then if through any cause your building should
jfeum, even before completed, the Insurance will cover your
Fetzer & Yorke Insurance Agency
„ „ Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co.
P. B. FKTZER A. JONES YORKE
o Q ococ».'itXXX50oooooooooooooooooooocxjooooooooooooo
~ Girls and Boys
When Buying What You Will Need This S
H - Winter Don’t Forget x
We Have Them in the Chatham Lorraine and 8
■P Sunset Plaids—Fresh and New 8
All Wool or Wool Mixed 8
Priced from $3.35 to $12.95
po .Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist 8
• You’ll IJke Concord Better if Yo
possess part of the dirt that help
' to hold the town taggfjier. W
have the following parts to sell
6-room house on Kannapolis road
6-room house on Douglas Avenue
6-room house on West Depot Steet
6-room house on St. Johns Street
1 house and lot on Valley Street
4-roqm house on Odell Street; :
three-room houses on Kerr Street
4 three-room houses on Isabel
Street; 6-room house ou Vane
Street; 7-room house on Eln
Street; vacant parts on the follow
ing streets: Cedar, Academy, Glenn
Fink. Elm, Crowell and severa
farms. Cash or easy payments
I). A. Mcl-aurin. Phone 435
Lost—A Diamond Ring. White Gok
mounting, near St. Cloud Rooming
liouse. Finder please return tc
Cashier, Kichmond-Flowe Company,
Phone 773 For Tin Work of Any
kind. Shop rear 73 McGill St.
Arthur Eudy. 27-6 t-p.
Vegetables Daily. Beans, Corn. Cab
bage, tomatoes, Irish potatoes,
sweet jiotatoes. green )>eas and
mountain apples. Phone 565. We
deliver. Ed. M. Cook Company.
Houses F'or Rent. See M. J. Cori.
Free Skating Friday Niglit From 8 to
30 o'clock at Poplar Lake.
For Sale—An iron Safe at a Bar
gain. Kidd-Fr:x Co. 2C-3t-p.
For Rent—Furnished Bedroom Close
in. Call 411 R. 26-3 t-p.
Handsomely Engraved Visiting Cards,
100 for from $2.35 to $4.00, includ
ing plate. From old plate, $1.50
per 100. Times-Tribune office, ts.
Wedding Invitations and Announce
ments handsomely printed on a few
hours’ notice at Times-Tribune of
Special Notice to School Boys and
girls—You can get a pencil with
your name printed on it free for 5
cents at Rita’s Store. Concord, and
Smith’s Drug Store, Kannapolis.
sure about—when we are going to die.
"Yesni. said the girl doubtfully
and then with a triumphant note in
’ h°r voice, "[se sure ‘bout him. Mis'
cos lie s goiu' to be hung I"
A Supreme Court Justice in Broo';-
l.vti. refused to approved a certificate
of incorporation for the gressive So
ciety on the ground tliat the name
was un-American. ,
It is a good plan -to let everyone
air his views. Hire for some views air
ing is not enough: fumigation would
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
3 HOME COMING SERVICE
AT ST. JOHN’S CHURCH
; To Re Held August 2»th and SOtli.—
All Are Cordially Invited.
; The Home Coming Service of St.
; John’s Lutheran Church will be held
; August 29th and 30tb. The follow
■ ing will be the program:
Address: “Historical Sketch of St.
I John’s Church"—Rev. C. E. Hiden
1 Special Music.
Address: "What Should This His
tory Mean to LV—Rev. C. P. Fisher.
August 30th :
I 30 A. M.—Sunday School.
Address: “The Place of the Sun
day School in the Church”—Rev. M.
L. K idea hour.
11:00 A. M
The Service—Rev. J. B. Moose, Ph
Sermon: "The Church"—Rev. V'. C.
2 :00 P. M.—Devotions.
Address*: “Why Belong to the
Church"—Rev. B. E. I’etrea.
Address: "The Efficient Congrega
tion” —Rev. G. O. Ritchie.
Five Minute Talks by Former Pas
7:30 P. M.— Vespers:
Address: "The Young People's Op
portunity in the Church’’—Rev. B. A.
Address—Rev. E. 1.. Ritchie.
Closing Remarks—Rev. J. B.
All former pastors and members
and friends, air cordially invited to
return to historic St. John's at this
Home Coming Service.
MARKET HERE ENTERED
DURING THE NIGHT
Meat Market Operated by H. A. Grae
ber Visited by Thieves Who Got
Thieves during the night entered
the Concord Market, owned and op
erated by H. A. Graeber, but they got
nothing for their efforts.
Entrance to the market was made
tlirough a frout door, where the screen
was cut in the upper part of the
door. A cash drawer was smashed
open but Mr. Graeber had left no
money in it. A desk was ransacked
ami papers scattered about but like
the cash drawer, it was empty so far
as money was concerned.
Mr. Graeber does not dost- the
wooden doors at the front of the
market, leaving them open so plenty
of air can reach the interior Only
a light wire was used on the door
and this was- cut by tlie* intruders.
There was plenty of meat in the mar
ket but apparently flic thieves were
after money only.
Great Tent Meeting at llartsell and
Ilrottier H. T. Blaekwelder is here
with his big tenl and large crowds
are attending and many are being
waved. Henry is doing some good
preaching and the Word is getting ,
hold of tlie iieopie. 1 want the pen- I
pie of Concord to know that the moo-1
oy they have put into this tent is
bringing forth a good harvest. Hen
ry's labors are helping all the church
Concord. N. C.. Aug. 26, 1925.
The course of the Oakmout Country-
Club of Pittsburgh, where the nat
ional amateur golf championship is to
be held the week of August 31. is near
ly 4,000 yards ill length, being one of
tiic longest courses ever known in the
The man of industry who lacks
genius accomplishes more than the
man of genius who lacks industry. |
Play at Mt. Pleasant.
A play. "Am I Intruding?” is to '
be presented at the Mt. Pleasant Au
ditorium Saturday- night at 8 o'clock
by a cast comprised of the most tal
ented of the local characters. It is
a mystery play in a comic vein and is i
one that should furnish amusement to I
the spectators from start to finish :
The cast is us follows: 1
Mrs. Hastings, (he housekeeper—
Blair Hoover, the adventurer—J. 11.
Ernest Itathburn, Jane's secretary
Marjory Vare, the elder daughter -
Dickie Waldron, a romanticist —L.
Mona, the maid—Salome Shircy.
Horace Vare. the father—Prof. Kov
\ iolet Vare. the younger daughter
Peter, devoted to Vi—Brown Me i
Dora, a friend of Vi's—Helen Sea- <
Jane. Vure's niece—Laura Heilig.
Glen Parker, baritone soloist of Sal- '
isbury. will render several selections
between acts. ,\dv.
I 11811 NO NEED OF A HOT
111— ! JjM j 'FIRE
I water for tubs or sink: Have
[«-fQ f \)/s\ 111 Us P ut a & as h eater attach-
I 11 1 n icn t to your kitchen boiler
■ l\\ m you will have at your
1 —1 / TO Hi command at all times all the
\ \ma 19 ,10t water > ou need - The ex
■[■•■(? - ,n —pense of such a heater is not
B reat ; hut the convenience
certainly is as many house
' wives will gratefully testify. ‘
rva /e L u UM » ING * ND HEATING DEALER
Office and Show Room 39 E. Corbin St Office phone 334 W
the concord Daily triDDnE
SERIES BEGINS TODAY
Number of Collegiate Stars Secured
F’or the Contest.—Kannapolis Con-
Hundreds of Concord people are all
set to motor up to Kannapolis this
afternoon for the opening clash in
the “world’s series” between Kannap
olis and Concord.
Batteries for Kannapolis have been
announced. Miley, Cooleemee star
and former Davidson burler. will do
the piteking for Kannapolis and Bon
ner. University of North Carolina
star, will eateh. Mile.v is the man
who administered the only blank the
locals have experienced during the en
It is not known for certain who
t’.ie Gibson batteries will be. Andy
Ferguson will in all likelihood oc
cupy the mound. It has not been
ascertained for certain that Casey
Morris will be here to do the catch
ing. If be doesn't. Burwell will re-
Kannapolis fans are confident that
the home talent will cop the entire
, series and are placing their bets ac
cordingly. It is conceeded that the
nii-county nine has a slight edge over
Gibson but there is bound to be a
mighty good series in store for fans.
A DRAMA OF WIVES
OF NO IMPORTANCE
“The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted”
Said to Be Thrilling Photoplay.
By the I*ress Agent.
The problem of wives who have
ceased to be of any importance in
their husbands' lives is faced in “The
Wife Who Wasn't Wanted.” the
Warner Bros, ('lassie *L(he screen,
at the Concord theatre today.
This story of Gertrude Wentworth
James, hits the problem in one of its
most conspicuous instances, that of
the wife of an asspiring politician.
In this case he is an ambitious Dis
trict Attorney who finds the de
mands of his office so great that he
is compelled to ignore the demands
of his home, and finally to cease to
care about them. How home and
politic* are swept together into a
web of adventurous intrigue ic.akes
for a thrilling, dramatic entertain
ment, according to all reports.
The picture was produced under
the direction of James Flood, with
Irene Rich featured as the wife. The
cast includes Huntly Gordon. John i
Harron, Gay tie 4Vliitma.ii. June Mar
lowe, Done Alvarado. Gertrude Astor
and Elinor Fair.
Christy Brothers Circus Here Sep
Wherever there is a boy. (and his ]
age can be from six to sixty), it is I
always blad news when he hears a 1
circus is coming to his town. So I
that it will not appear too much of
a secret here is the real glads news. 1
Christy Bros, big five-ring trained
wild animal show is eoming to Con
cord oh Friday. September 18th. Two I
years ago Christy Bros, came here
and everybody had good things to say 1
about the show and its management, f
This year the show is just twice <
the size it was when last here. There (
i are only two five-ring shows in Amer
| iea today, and Christy Bros, is one 1
of them. For comparison it is well i
to remember that the John Robinson 1
show lias only three rings. Sparks lias I
three rings: so an idea can be grasped (
of tlie manner in which the Christy t
Bros, show lias increased in two f
The street parade will be given I
here of course. Mr. Christy will never I
rob the small boy of the thrill of the (
street parade, although many of the
present day circuses have eliminated ]
this great American institution. The >
menagerie of tlie Christy Bros, show i
is 4,ne of the most complete ever ;
travelled. Five rings are tilled with t
sensational and thrilling acts, scores a
of funny clowns and the prettiest '
bunch of lady artists, all of whom are t
| very restful to the eye.
A friend that you can buy will be
bought from you.
THE I2TII ANNUAL HAHN |
will be held September 3rd, 10:30 u.
m.. ut old I lulln Reunion Grounds,
j 2 1-2 miles East of Mt. I’leasaut, near
National Highway. Look tor the big
The following persous\have kindly
consented to s|teak:
Welcome Address—Glenn Hahn.
Response—Rev. J. H. C. Fisher, of
Mt. l’leasant. N. C.
Hon. J. Lane Brown. Albemarle,
Rev. J. A. Yount, Gold Hill, N. C.
C. H, Barrier, of Concord, N. C.
Rev. C. I’. Fisher, China Grove.
Music will be furnished by I’lyler
Baud. Refreshments served on the
The public is cordially iuvited to
come and help make this the best Re
union ever held by the Hahns. Weil
fiiled baskets are expected. Come!
H. C. HAHN, Chairman.
=**■ ' ...-w T'fiwa ■
South Atlantic League.
W. L. PC.
Charlotte __ __ 69 43 .6171
Spartanburg 68 43 .6021
Augusta 60 52 .5361
Macon «0 (W .522
Athevillv 57 36 .504
Greenville 33 58 .477
Cohimbiii 43 00 .384
Knoxville 41 72 .3631
Chirlotte 6; Macon 4.
Spartanburg 10; Knoxv : lle 7.
Columbia 5; Augusta 1.
Asheville 8; Greenville 3.
W. 1,. PC.
Philadelphia. 74 44 .627
Chicago 67 55 .540
St. Louisa 63 58 .s*l
Detroit ..60 60 .500
Cleveland .. 58 67 .404
New York 49 69 .416
Boston -- ._ 30 85 .298
Chicago 1: New York 0.
Detroit 10; Boston 2.
Cleveland 8; Philadelphia 1.
St. lx hi is 11; Washington 8.
W. L. PC.
Pittsburgh 72 40 .610
New York 70 55 .5601
Cincinnati 64 56 .533 f
Brooklyn 38 61 .483):
St. Louis 59 64 .480
Philadelphia 53 65 .480
GHtago .. 54 68 .443
Boston .. 54 69 .439
Brooklyn 4: St. Louis 2.
Pittsburgh 2; Boston 0.
Philadelphia 12: Chicago 2.
New York 6-1: Cincinnati 5-2.
MISSING DURHAM GIRL
FOUND IN CHARLOTTE
Second Young Adventurer, However, ]
Has Not Been Located.
Durham. Aug. 23.—Mildred Gilbert,
fourteen-year-old girl, of Bowling
street. Edgemont. who left her home I
here last Monday, was this morning
located in Charlotte, and her father
left this morning to bring her back
to Durham. The girl was located by
thr-Durham welfare department, ac
cording to an announcement made this
morning by W. E. Stauley. superin
tendent of the department.
The welfare department is continu
ing the search for Louise Williams,
thirteen years of age. of Chatham
street, who disappeared from her home
some time Monday night. It is be
lieved that She left home with Clin
ton Ivory, 20. who lived near Chatham
street, with the intention of going
to South Carolina to get married.
Miss Williams told a friend of her
plans to marry Ivory, and made the
girl pledge that she would not divulge
the secret. This she did not do un
til after Mis* Williams had departed,"
Deed in Handwriting of Vance Re
Aug. 26.—A deed in the
handwriting of the late Governor Z.
It. Vance was filed .yesterday at the
courthouse for record, being one of
two sut-h documents more than a half
century old carried there during the
day to be recorded.
it was filed to establish a missing
link in the chain of title to 22 acres
in l’aiv Creek township owned by
1! L, Baker. Dated March 1, 1873,
the deed was given by Thomas T. Mc-
Cord, trustee for J. W. Neal and wife
to J. M. Henderson. Consideration
for the 22 acres, which arp seven miles
from Charlotte on the railroad and
adjoining property at that time of
8. Wilaon, John 8. Hoover and E.
O. Johnston, was noted as $85.45.
The other deed, also filed to estab
lish a continuous title, was dated
Sepi ember 8. 1863, being made by the
Western Plank Road Company, to
A. 11. Martin. A parcel known as
the old toll house lot. on the Tttok
aserge road, was conveyed for $l,lOO.
M. Sinclair Stewart had the deed re
Clin BEAT Tr"
WHEN FEE! H
Just take your shoes off and then
PBt those weary, shoe-crinkled, ach
ing, burning, corn-pestered, bunion
tortured feet of yours in a “Tir"
bath. Your toes will wriggle with
joy; thmr’lf look up at you and al
most talk and then they’ll take an
other dive in that “Tix” bath.
When your feet feel like lumps of
lead— all tired out—just tty “Tig.”
It’s grand—it’s glorious. Your feet
will dance with joy; also you will
nnd all pain gone from corns, cal
louses and bunions.
There’s nothing like “Tix.” It’s
the only remedy that draws out all
the poisonous exudations which puff
up your feet and cause foot torture.
A few cents buy a box of “Tix” at
any drug or department store—don’t
wait. Ah I how glad your feet get;
how comfortable your shoes feel.
Test T«" free. Send (his coupon,
51* Madlaon Av.. ffflfl
N#W York City m • •
it ItaUlto—»l»-nz- l ri *»
I*—- 1 1
ti » prescription fog
Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Dengne or Bilious Fever
•■ , .
This Bank will be pleased to cash drafts on the
-NORTH CAROUNA COTTON GROWERS CO-OP
drawn by its members
The present schedule of advances is as follows:
On hales weighing 500 lbs. or more $75.00
On bales weighing 481 to 499 lbs. 70.00
On bales weighing 451 to 480 lbs. 65.00
On bales weighing 401 to 450 lbs. 55.00
On bales weighing 351 to 400 lbs. 45.00
* I s •
IS THIS THE TIRE YOU WANT?^
Goodyear Heavy-Duty Cord
NE S PLUS ULTRA ad ° laSer What the boys in the coonskin coats call the
The new Goodyear Heavy Duty Cord. ' ■
y€ l’ i t s . for passen ß er cars. But specially for the boats that get a fast, hard
ride and don t care where they go. / t
Si got u m ? re pli ! s of Go °dyear SUPER TWIST, the extra-elastic, extra-tough,
Tr-Md thick circumfe rential rut-defying ribs. And the famous
You 11 say so when you see it. In our window now. Just ask the price; that’s an
other pleasant surprise.
Yorke & Wadsworth
Union and Church Street.
Phone 30 Phone 30
J A Charlotte man recently returned
from a trip over the country and to
Florida is advising his fellow citizens
to stick to Charlotte and Mecklenburg.
While he does not minimize the Flor
ida boom, he is issuing a word of
warning. He says he is advising his
clients daily to put their money into
local real estate. While admitting
that he would be delighted if the
Florida boom should stabilize ‘and
maintain its high real estate prices,
he said t'jat booms of the past always
began to nag just after the small in
vestor of the general public lost bis
bead and dived in. He said he hoped
that the Florida boom is different
from the average boom, but that, just
the same, he is advising bis elieuts
to invest their money at home where
tbey can watch it.
*• He considers it to be a duty in
cumbent upon the local cjvic forces
to bring to the public attention the
»übata«tial opportunities that this
section otters In investments. The
money that is spent at home, in this
case, he said, not only returns good
dividends to the investor, but at the
same time helps to build the com
munity into a still greater and more
His plan, an idea be gained on n
recent trip west, is that the several
civic clwbs sack have g -talk Char
■ : " :
lotte” content within its own ranks.
Each club would then Belect its most
effective speaker and have him appear
In an inter-club contest at a mass
meeting of the citizens. The plan,
be said, bas worked with splendid suc
cess in other cities. In Louisville,
Ky„ be said, he found the people
standing on the streets discussing the
new things they bad learned about
their home town. He urges such g
contest for ChaHotte.
And The Gazette would urge a sim
ilar liqe for Gastonia.
The real estate market lias sagged
here considerably this summer. Flor
ida aud western. North Carolina land
booms are responsible . Within a
few weeks one of these booms will
subside. Let’s get our l attention
back to Gaston county and Gastonia,
and put our money into local invest
The Florida boom may last indefi
nitely, and It, is to be hoped it will,
but here in good old Gaston most of
us will live and die. am] here we
ought to make our investments.
Mrs. Valentino THJs Why They Parted
New York World. .
“Just a button,” thought Nstacks
“An upstate little snip,” thought
These were the sentiments of the
Valentino* tor each other when they
ItLLu* h: ...ai.jf.vi. ATa-* L’/it A... „
Thursday, Aug. 27, 1925
. first met. But they were married
; Within a few months. Hudolph was
■ not the great lover only on the
i screen. \ v
Now their love lias struck a snag
and they are on a marital vacation.
The break was a shock to Hollywood
' and film fandom. They could not un
-1 derstand jt. But the cause was sim
ple, according to Nataeha.
She wanted to continue her art ca
reer. In her line she is att-great an
artist as her husband is in hIR- He
wanted her to be a domestic wife—to
took spaghetti. That did not suit
her. Thus the rift.
Will she weaken and return to her '
She thinks not. '
Maa Olarges Wife Hit llbu with
New* York Mirror.
When M'chael Mezeppa. No. 321
Hemlcfson St., Jersey City, was ar
raigned before Judge Kinkaid there
yesterday on charges that he had
chased his wife with a carving knife,
be accounted for his aetiou by an
nouncing Mrs. Mezeppa hud just be
fore slapped his face with a beef
The court agreed that Michael seem
ed to have plenty of reason for bc
coming perturbed and released him.