I PENNY COLUMN
ImVKSITY ACKGS AND PLENTY”
Ipfree bock tells truth shout Florida
t; iandS; monthly payments $1 an
p'ajete*,, Orange groves planted cared
r*" for 10 per cent, above cost. Sylves-
Bfeter K. Wilson, Dept A-87, Orlando,
i Fla. IftUt-p.
Equipped ftur Auto Paint'!
|L Shop with a spraying outfit, and
E« can five you a factory job. Give
§>• us a trial. Work guaranteed. Auto
I? Paint and Trim Company, McGill
p Street. Phone 756 W. 20-3 t-p.
i Wanted —Young Man, High Sdiaol
Sh’Ctwilflng, drive car while taking Sec-
I' retarial course. Tuition paid 1 from
| SIBOO guaranteed position, l’ied
| moot Business College, Lynchburg.
Va. 28-1 t-p.
Automobile Wreck oil Corbin Street
thia-morning. Man carried to hos
£ pitnl. Buy collision insurance and
i- personal injury, C. H. Peck. Dixie
Beal. Estate Co. Phone 526.
Farms For Sale—oo Acres
'on Concord-Mt. Pleasant National
highway 4 1-2 miles from Concord.
I Very, desirable for country home.
•' 110. acres 5 utiles south of Con
cord with buildings, lying on high
way'. 100 acres in No. 10 Town
ship with good buildings. 156,000
feet of saw timber, very fertile. A
. real* bargain at $4,500.00. HO
acres six miles west of Concord
L- with buildings, pasture, meadow,
r large orchard, a bargain at $40.00
per acre. 11 acres with buildings
E and. 18 acres in timber on Concord
s Salisbury Road 2 miles from Sourt
house. 118 acres on Highway two
K miles simth of Mt. Pleasant, very
cheap at S3,O(H). We have several
other large tracts that we will sell
as a whole or cut to suit purchas
ers.' Jno. K. Patterson & Co.,
For Rent—Desirable Store Room 30
bq 75 in the heart of the business
section. Phone 327. 15-ts-c.
Ladies’ Aid Society Forest Hill Meth
odist Church will have a town party
at lajtke Mill ball park Saturday
evening. Ice cream, cake, sand
wiches. 27-3 t-p.
Wanted—Piano Pupils. Call Eufanla
Hanie at 5561 V. 24-6 t-p. I
Repair Work Guaranteed. Sell Singer
sewing machines. Phone 572. No. '
9 Means Street. 7-20 t-p.
Special Notice to School Boys and
girls—You can get a pencil with
your name printed on it free for 5
cents at Ritz's Store. Concord, and
Smith's Drug Store, Kannapolis.
Bradstreet's Trade Review.
New York. Aug. 28.—Bradstreet's
tomorrow will say :
Improvement in the late crops, ex
cept cotton in a few sections, in trade
buying and in production feature the
situati: n as August draws to a close.
On the other hand, the long predicted
anthracite strike • with 150.000 men
involved, seems a certainty ami there
are a number of small industrial dis
putes in evidence.
Cheerfulness still dominates whole
sale and jobbing trade as the autumn
season approaches, the concensus of
opinion this week being that the rapid
maturing of file corn crop and the in
creased marketing of cotton are tend
ing to stimulate fall purchasing, al
though this is still deliberate and
hotbiug of a hurried character is seen
in the-buying. Industrial activity,
likewise tends to expand, but here al
so the progress making is conserva
tive, both trade and inquiry showing
the disposition toproceed with cau
tion. pending dearer views of the ex
tent to which tlie probable strike of
anthracite'miners and the unsettled
I College Girls and Boys
i||r; When Buying What you Will Need This
O Winter Don’t Forget
fiifcii “ Have Them in the Chatham Lorraine and
8 Sunset Plaids—Fresh and New
§ All Wool or Wool Mixed .
I Priced from $3.35 to $12.95
if BUT ■ *
fcvf’Clpse Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
Salesmen—Moat Liberal Salary Ex
pense arrangement; steady busi
ness selling dealers high class Tam
pa cigars. Send stamped addressed
envelope. Royal Palm Cigar Co.,
Tampa. Fla. 28-lt-p.
Get Pay Every Day. Distribgge 150
necessary products to established
users. Extracts, soaps, food prod
ucts, etc. World’s largest company
will back you with surprising plane
Write J. R. Watkins Co., Dept.
K-l, Newark. N. .T. 29-2 t-p.
Wanted—Young Lady Sales Clerk.
Prefer one who can play piauo.
Applv in persons. Kidd-Frix Co.
For Sale—Berkshire and Poland China
pigs. 11. M. Ritchie, Route 4, Con
You’ll Like Concord Better if You
possess part of the dirt that helps
to hold the town together. IVe
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 Sf. Johns Street;
1 house and lot on Valley Street:
4-room house on Odell Street; 2
three-room houses ou Kerr Street:
4 three-room houses ou Isabell
Street; 6-room house on Vance
Street; 7-room house on Elm
Street; vacant parts on the follow
ing streets: Cedar. Academy, Glenn.
Fink, Elm, Crowell and several
farms. Cash or easy payments.
D. A. McLauriu. Phone 435.
Lost—A Diamond Ring. White Gold
mounting, near St. Cloud Koomiug
house. Finder please return to
Cashier, Riebmond-Flowe Company.
phone 773 For Tin Work of Any
kind. Shop rear 73 McGill St.
Arthur Eudy. 27-6 t-p.
Houses For Rent. See M. J. Cort.
Handsomely Engraved Visiting Cards,
100 for from $2 35 to $4.00, includ
ing plate. From old plate, $1.50
per 109. Times-Tribune office, ts.
Wedding Invitations and Announee
! ments handsomely printed on a few
| hours’ notice at Times-Tribune of
To Rent—Three Rooms. Partly Fur
| nished. Mrs. W. C. J. Caton, 33
! East Depot St. 24-6 t-p.
! For Rent—Srßooni Cottage With
modern conveniences near New
High School. Apply Concord Steam
conditions in the bituminous industry
may possibl affect, future buying, not
only in coal producing regions but
in a larger way. in all industrial op
erations' dependent upon those fuels.
Weekly b&nk clearings 57.893.808.-
Thinks Col. Kirkoatrirk Rather Lnng
That noise you hear up Charlotte
, way is Col. Kirkpatrick preparing to
p begin to get ready to enter the sens-
I torial race against Senator Overman.
By the time the colonel gets through
making his first campaign speech the
electtion will be over and the votes
The Arc!urns scientific expedition
- found two new volcanoes in active
- eruption in the Pacific. Attracted by
' the immense supply of food, whales
■ and porpoises wallowed in the mass
-of foam caused by the violent col-
Elision of two great currents meeting
I in a tide race.
IN AND ABOUT TOE CITY
■ THRILLS AND LAUGHS
IN NEW GRIFFITH FILM
, “One Exciting Night,” a Mystery Pie
tare and One That Win Live ha In
| By the Press Agent.
1 There is a thrill, a chill and » good
laugh gt the Concord Theatre, where
D. W. Griffith* new cinema, "One
~ Exciting Night.” opened last evening
to jierhaps a critical audience.
"One Exciting Night," a I'nited
Artists release, is a mystery drama.
• with just enough comedy to relieve a
' tense situation when the plot begins
to thicken. While Mr. Griffith has
departed from the heavy and.spectac
ular. he has produced a picture that
' will live auuuig the immortals of the
silver screen. It is one of the best
photoplays ever shown and a well bn 1-
'■ lanced cast of characters, which is j
1 bended by Miss Carol Dempster, who!
1 shares the bouors with Heury Hull.
The cast includes Porter Strong. Mor
gan Wallace, C. H. Croeker-King.
Miss Margaret Dale. Frank Sheridan.
Frank Wunderlee. Miss Grace Gris
wold, Miss Irma Harrison, Herbert
Sutch. Percy Carr and Charles T.
“The producer hist left nothing un
done to make the picture a real thrill
' er. Spooky hands, secret panels, sirad
-1 ows and darting figures all have their
1 play, while Porter Strong and Miss
Harrison, playing servants, are hu
; morons throughout. Just before the
identity of the mysterious villain be
comes know then* is a storm scene,
which is about the most realistic ever
produced on the screen.
[ When the man of mystery is ex
• posed all the patrons gasp, and so will
you, if you go to the Concord Theatre.
OLD SOLDIERS PICNIC
AT RIMER ON FRIDAY
Veterans From Stanly and Rowan
Counties Asked to Attend Picnic as
T'ae annual picnic for Confederate
veterans of Cabarrus county will be
held next Friday. September 4th. at
’ Rimer and tentative plans have been
! made to accommodate the the greatest
crowd that has ever attended a simi
' lar picnic in the county.
Veterans from Rowan and Stanly
counties have been invited to attend
■ the picnic this year as guests of the
local veterans, and the committee in
■ charge expects a large delegation from
each of thegcountics.
I Several speakers of note have been
invited ro address the picnic crowd,
and in addition other attractive fea
i tures have been arranged on the pro
Persons attending the picnic are ex
pected to take basket dinners, the
“feed" always proving one of the most
interesting features of the program.
Tiie full programwill be announced
later by the program committee.
Jackson Training School Boys to Give
Concert at Mcoresville.
. Mooresville Enterprise.
Miss Vernie Goodman, of the offii-e
force of the Jackson Training School
at Concord, was in the city a few days
• ago and arranged with Commander
Con Johnston, of the American lie-1
gion for. tlie Jackson Training School
hand to give a concert at Stewart
Park on Friday night. September 4th.
at 7 :SO o’clock. This Is one of the
best band organizations in North Car
olina and the young fellows who are
coming are to be encouraged by a largp
audience. There will be no admis
sion fee to any one. but a collection
will be taken, the money thus raised
to assist the band in defraying inoi
i dental expenses and to provide for
■ music and other things so necessary
- to keep an organizationg going. The
i State furnished the instruments, it is
- true, but there are many extras that
■ go with a band that the State makes
; no provision for in the expense ac
These young men will be everything
and more than could be expected.
) They are under splendid training and
i have made good, their services being
1 in demand at many places.
! Franklin MIR Tent Meeting.
1 The Franklin Mill tent meeting will
, continue until Saturday night. Brother
i Blackwelder will be engaged iu a tent
1 meeting at Midland September 2ml.
| The public is iuvited. E. MYEIiS.
i USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
When You Start To Build
The right time to take out insurance is when you start
building. Then if through any cause your building should
burn, even before completed, the Insurance will cover your
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Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co.
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the concobb 4>aily tribune
GIPSON LOSES SECOND
GAME OF SERIES 10-5
Too Many Home Rons Prove Gibson's
Undoing—HafTitt Contributes Un
assisted Double Play.
Gibson's hopes of winning the
“world’s championship series” went
a’glimmerlng Friday when Kannapo
lis crashed through with the second
straight win and annexed the game
by a 10-5 count.
Although no formal presentation
was made. Kannapolis gets the pen
nant in the Cabarrus County league,
despite the fact one more game Is
to be played.
The two teams stand as follows:
Won Lost Tied Pet.
Kannapolis ........5 3 1 .625
Gibsen 3 5 1 .375
If it band’t been for the fart that
Kannapolis batters hit so many home
I runs, Gibson might luivp had a chance.'
Three a game is just too many for
any ordinary team.
It was Friday in like manner to the
game Thursday. Gibson got almost
as many flits as did Kannapolis buy
Kannapolis had so many more extra
bases. Again three home runs were
sent flying Put into the cotton patch.
They were contributed by Sherrill,
Owl and Fink.
Again, however, Gibson had the fea
ture of the game.. This time it was
Harrill who made the unusual play.
McClain was on first base and Miller
at the bat. Miller hit what Mc-
Clain thouglit was a safe blow and
he ran toward second. Harrill ran
back and caught the ball and tiieu
tagged up at first base for a double
Gibson started off the game bright
ly enough. Hatley doubled and went
to third on Jackson's infield out. Bas
inger was out on a grounder but Hat
ley scored when Biggerstaff singled.
Kannapolis more than made up for
this in their half of the frame.
Mauuey. Manager Basinger's choice
for pitcher, made several mad mis
plays which placed him in a bad hole.
Saunders reached first ou an error.
Haynes laid down a sacrifiee but
Mauney tried to eatcb Saunders at
second and both were safe. McClain
laid down another bunt and Mauney
tried to eateh Saunders at third. His
throw was wild and Saunders scored.
Three consecutive singles by Miller.
Hodge and Owl sent in three more
runs and also sent Mauney to, the
bench. ifiiimnoiis. who took up the
work retired the side without another
Sherrill's home run in the second
inning and errors by Basinger and
Harril netted two more runs. Con
secutive home runs by Fink and Owl
in the third netted two more runs.
Kannapolis’ two other runs came iu
the sixth and seventh as the result of
Gibson's tallies were made in the
sixth and eight frames. In the sixth,
ir .wild pikfb by Sauuders let Bigger
staff reach' second base. He scored
on a single by Baumgartner. Culp,
who relieved Sherrill, was hit hard in
the eighth ami three runs were made
on four singles.
Leading batters for Kannapolis
were Owl. Hodge. Fink and Sherrill.
■ each of whom • garnered two hits.
Leading the Gibson "one hase hitters"
were Baumgartner, Biggerstaff and
Gibson Ab It H O A E
Hatley, Cf 4 11 1 0 0
Jackson. Ss 5 0 1 0 2 1
Basinger, 2b 5 0 0 2 2 2
Biggerstaff, Ls. ...4 2 2 1 0 0
Belk. 3b 4 11 3 0 0
Harrill. lb .3 0 0 10 11
Baumgartner. Rf. ..413100
Burrill. C 4 0 0 5 2 0
Mauney, P 0 0 0 0 0 1
Simmons. P 4 0 2 0 2 0
Ferguson, x ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 38 5 10 24 9 5
x batted for Hatley in ninth.
Kannapolis Ab R H O A E
Saunders. 3b. ..5 3 1 0 1 2
Haynes, Ss 4 1 0 2 11
McClain. C 5 118 11
Miller, 3b 4 11 10 0 0
Hodge. 2b 4 1 2 J. 4 0
Owl. Rf 4 1 2 2 0 0
Fink. Cf 4 1 2 3 0 0
Lee, Ls 4 0 1 0 0 0
Sherrill. P 3 1 2 0 1 0
Culp. P 1 .0 0 0 0 0
Totals 38 10 12 27 8 4
Score by innings
Gibson 100 001 030
> Kannapolis 422 001 lOx
South At butt k- League.
Charlotte .70 44 .617
Spartanburg 68 *4J AOl
Augmta 61 53 .585
M»coa 39 56 Ml
Asheville -..-59 56 41&
Greenville 56 58 .487
Columbia 45 69 .365
Knoxville „ 41 74 .356
Augusta 0; Charlotte 2. ~
Asheville 2; Spartanburg 1.
Macon 4: Colombia 18.
Knoxville 4; Greenville 0.
W. L. PC.
Washington 74 45 .681
— —74 45 .622
Chicago 68 56 .549
St. lands 65 58 .528
Detroit 62 60 .506
Cleveland 58 08 .4t|o
New York I.—4ft 71 .406
Ronton 237 86 .301
Boston 2: Cleveland L
Detroit 8; Philadelphia 1.
Washington 8 : Chicago 2.
St. Louis 1; New York 0.
W. L. PC.
Pittsburgh 74 46 .617
New York 71 56 .551)
Cincinnati 66 56 .541
Brooklyn sft 62 .488
St. Louis 56 66 .472
Philadelphia 54 66 .450
Chicago 6ft .443
Boston 54 71 .432
Results Yesterday. _
New York 4: St. Louis 3.
Chicago 6; Boston 4.
Pittsburgh 10; Philadelphia ft.
Cincinnati 12; Brooklyn 7.
HOME COMING SERVICE
AT ST. JOHN’S CHURCH
To Be Held August 29th and 30th.—
All Are Cordially Invited.
Tlie Home Coming Service of St.
John's Lutheran Church will be held
August 29th and 30th. The follow- .
ing will be the program;
August 30th: —
10 A. M. —Sunday School.
Address: “The Place of the Sun
day School in the Church"—Rev. M.
11:00 A. M.—
The Service—Rev. J. B. Moose, PU.
Sermon: "The Church”—Rev. V. C,
Rid nhour. I
.2:00 P. M.—Devotions.
s Address*: "Why Belong to the
Cluirch"—Rev. B. E. Petrea.
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 iu the Church"—Rev. B. A.
Address—Rev. E. L. Ritchie.
Closing Remarks—Rev. J. B.
All former iiastors and members
and friends, are cordially invited to
return to historic St. John's at this
Home Coming Service.
STILL. BEER AND LIQUOR
SEIZED BY DRY AGENTS
( ontrabrand Was Found iu Home in
No. 2 Township.—Owner of Home
Placed Under Arrest.
Federal Agent D. F. Widenhouse
and Deputy Sheriff Honeycutt seized
a 19-gallon copper still cap and worm
this morning in a house in No. 2
township. The name of the man ar
rested was not given out by Mr. Widr
It was stated that the officers had
been watching the house for several
days, hoping to tiiid l\ie still in op
eration and the owner at home when
they made the raid. Acting on the
presumption that the "run" was about
through, the officers went to the house
at 2 o'clock this morning, found the
owner in bed but the still not work
However, the still and its contents
were still warm wlien the officers made
the raid. The still was in the kitch
en-dining room of the house, it was
reported, and was operated with three
oil burners. The beer was in an at
tic room just over the kitchen-dining
About a gallon and a half of liquor
and a quantity of beer also were found
by tho officers.
Cocoanut Dug up From Creek Bottom.
I. D. Harris brought to the Enter
prise office last Saturday afternoon
a cocoanut which bad been dog up
nut of the bed of one branch of Rocky
River, which runs through hi* bot
toms. A ditching force was at work,
cleaning the rafts and sandbanks from
the creek channel and it a distance of ;
four feet under the earth a cocoanut i
in its original husk, was brought to
the surface. Some of the ones work-*
ing had never seen a cocoanut in full
dross, and were strongly of the opin
ion that it was a petrified pumpkin,
or something. Mr. Harris himself
wgs in doubt as to the nature of the’
find, but was of the opinion that it
> might be a cocoanut. His doubts
. were satisfied -when the husk wsb
pulled off and there before bis eyes'
i was a genuine cocoanut. Mr. Harris
was mystified as to how the eqeoanut
got in the stream and how long it had
been buried there beneath the sand
and mud. \. .. *
dodge Oglesby Reserves ilttidna
I Raleigh Times.
A seventy-three-year-old Davidson
count* fawner pleads guilty of bigamy.
Judge Oglesby has reserved judgment.
1 Probably wants to detarnu»e first
F whether the old mau is telling the
’ tn * ri ‘ W u J ■
“Ho you wash your own hand her
friend, Iw*e. I
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This Bank will be pleased to cash drafts on the
NORTH CAROLINA COTTON GROWERS CO-OP
drawn by its members
The present schedule of advances is as follows:
On bales 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 3£t to 400 lbs. 45.00 .
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IS THIS THE TIRE YOU WANT?
Goodyear Heavy-Duty Cord
This is the real sockadolager tire. What the boys in the coonskin coats call the
NE PLUS ULTRA. .
The new* Goodyear Heavy Duty Cord.
Oh, yes, it’s for passenger cars. But specially for the boats that get a fast, hard
ride and don’t care where they go.
It’s got more plies of Goodyear SUPER TWIST, the extra-elastic, extra-tough,
sinewy body cord. And thick circumferential rut-defying ribs. And the famous
You’ll say so when you see it. In our window now. Just ask the price; that’s an- >
other pleasant surprise.
Yorke & Wadsworth
Union Church Street
Phone 30 Phone 30
Port Md Flan’s Cotton Letter-
New York An*. 28.—The early
market was a little tinner but the
rally failed to bring in any broader
demand that would follow advances
us mills are under no constraint as
yet to bay und will act voluntary ,
only when prices look attractive.
There is a fair volume of price fix
in* each day which with profit-taking
by scattered (thorts serves to take up
the offerings pretty well and ia re
moving a quantity of contracts from
the market which in the aggregate is
targe and must be replaced by sales
against the crop.
Strangely enough the hedge selling
seems leas in evidence on advances
than when ' prices are weakening
Which leads same observers of the
trading to fed that a good deal of
the selling is in anticipation of
hedges and has very little' netful oot
teU behind K. In other words the
speculative short interest coatiuuos
to grow relying confidently «m a '
lateral supply «f contracts to he
■furuighed’ later through selling
against the cron, Jq»t.how this will
work out remains tp he seen but a
situation is rapidly developing which
.will prove very uncomfortable utl
lets the hoped for relief is supplied
Tost and kdaoo.
SILK MIL!, to have
Went New York Concern to Have
Its Blgged Fadury in MficUm
burg Capfitgl. V
i Charlotte, Aug. 28.—The Verigs
tjilk Mills • f'oippany, with 'head
quarters in West-New- York, N. J.,
will establish a manufacturing plant
here about November 5 in a building
which will he erected .for the com
pany by i- A Jones Construction
Company. The agreement by which
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IM "'mvaiNE"oiL ' n "i
b More Than Oil. ft is
We Are New You!
Saturday, August 20, 1525
this new corporation comes south to
1 net up its bigggest factory in the
center of the CuroUuas to uiunufae
i ture silk goods tor women's fine
garmepts, was signed Thursday by
E. A> Stru berg, ppeident ot tjte
, Veritas Company-
Mr. Jones will erect the building
' and lease it to the silk for a jteriod
; of- years. Greenville, S. C„ made a
strong bid for the plant. The lot on
i which the factory will be erected is
i 100 by 150 feet.