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ttIJfeSrSHIPMKNT' NEW (’HOE
B: ; GRAIN RICE. DOVE
■fpliinawi's I.iver Much. PW
for it, _ l-2t-p.
H»to 117 W. Buffalo Street. Reward.
SBffUmity, convenient to Mrs. Cald-
HHpliMlV boarding house. North Cnion
Wj^KSjt YTtove street preferred. 1 Couple
child. Write N, care The
Just Opened a Barrel of
hbuer kraut. Bring your buck-
HL et tq jt ook’s Store or phone 790. We
IjMpfeUw. Also plenty of nice moun
pHElain "apples cheap. l-4t-p.
Muonic Ring. Reward if Re-
Mlv turned to Tribune Office.
R^nt—Nicely Furnished Front
Sffik rooia, with convenient bath. Phoue
Hapor B§le —Fifty Pouml Refrigerator.
in good condition. K. L. Craven.
Mpfe Have Equipped Our Auto Paint
Shop, with a spraying outfit, and
MRf can give you a factory job. Give
d",trial. Work guaranteed. Auto
I§K Paiqi and Trim Company, McGill
Phone 75(1 W". 29-3 t-p.
B For Bent—Desirable Store Room 30
HSi bq 76* in the heart of the business
. Phone ’ 327. 15-ts-c.
B; Special Notice to School Boys and
JHjskMs—You can get a pencil with
B r your name printed on it free for 5
hKv cents at Ritz’s Store, Concord, and
Hp Smith's Drug Store, Kannapolis.
I ho you eat
wp between meals?
your stomach —don’t
humor a false appetite!
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|| Also Latest Styles in
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lip $2.95 to $4.95
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Nc-tfee to Furamrs—Owoteg to Stout-1
age of power, the Southern Power
Co. has requested all cotton gins
operating with electric power to
stand. Wednesday aiid Thursday of
each week until further notice.
Dinners who will honor this re
quest are Ftowe & White, J. B.
linker Ginning Co., and Southern
Cotton (Ml Co. 1-tt-c.
JohMMA’s User Mush Now on Sale
by your grocer, 20 cents a pound.
Phoue him. l-2t-p.
Skating Tonight ant Friday Night at
■ Poplar Lake. Square dance Wed
nesday night and Saturday night.
Fine Grit, Moat Be Gotten Rid of.
Haul it yourself or we haul it for
75c per yard. Phone 583 or see I*
Ri Penninger. • l-4t-p.
I Will Be in My Office on and After
September 3rd, 1925. W. C. Hous
ton. 3-3 t-e.
For Rent—House on S. Union St. K.
C. Lkaker. 31-2 t-p.
Wanted—Young Indy Sales Clerk.
Prefer one who can play piano.
Apply in persons. Kidd-Frix Co.
Lost—A Diamond Ring, White Gold
mounting, near St. Cloud Rooming
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-ot-p.
Houses For Rent. See M. J. Cori.
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.
f W AND ABoyr THE errv f
' MRS. DILGER COMES TO
SEB FAMIL.fr IN CITY
Visited Daughter ait Home of Wel
fare Officer and Husband in tile
Mrs. William Dilger, whose hus
band is ip the county jail faced with,
a 90-day chain gang sentence, and
whose daughter, June, is being cared
for by J. H. Brown, bounty welfare
1 officer, came to Concord Monday to'
see her family. She made the trip
by auto with a male friend and left
after spending several hours to
return tc Durham, where at present
she is making her home.
Airs. Dilger went first to the home
of Mr. Brown, where she saw her
daughter who came here with Dil
ger and apparently was his only means
of livelihood. Mother , and daughter
were joyous at the reunion, it is said,
with Mrs. Dinger crying much at the
outset but later becoming quieter.
From the Brown home the woman
was taken to the jail to see her hus
band. There, too. she was inclined
to cry much at first, but later became
Airs. Dilger told Air. Brown she
wanted to take June bacA with her.
but the welfare officer would not
agree. He has not been convinced
• that Airs. Dilger lives in the proper
atmosphere for a four-year-old child
since he has been told that she spends
most of her time with a road show.
It was said Dilger told his wife
to leave June with Air. Brown. He
is also said to have cautioned her
against talking. "Remember you are
my wife," he is said to have told
her. "and they can't make you talk.”
June was glad to see her mother,
but after the latter was gone the
child seemed perfectly happy. She
has been away from Mrs. Dilger most
of the time recently, officers here have
been told, and that probably accounts
for the complacent manner in which
She viewed the going of her mother.
Air. Brown intends to keep June
for the present and later may try to
find a home for Iter here.
WINECOFF SCHOOL WILL
OPEN MONDAY MORNING
Everything In Readiness for Opening
With Teachers All Selected and
Ready for Work.
The 1925-20 term at the Wineeoff
high school will begin next Alonday
morning, students having been advised
to be in their places in the school at
8:45 o’clock. Officials of the school
declare everything is in readiness for
The school building has been re
paired throughout during t'ae summer
and installation of complete equip
ment for a standard high school is
being made. A number of high school
students from various parts of the
county plan to attend the high school
during the year.
The faculty will be composed of
\V. H. Mitchell, principal.
Airs. Ralph Caldwell and Miss Alary
Stallings, teachers in high school.
Aliss Alyrtle Kluttas. Aiiss Floy
Cannon, Aiiss Alattie Lon Morris and
Aliss Susie Kluttz teachers in the
grammar' department. 1
The singing convention was held on
Sunday, August 30th at St. Enoch’s
E. L. Church, and was largely attend
ed by the people of Rowan and Ca
barrus counties, and many people
from the adjoining counties. All the
choirs rendered good music, in a very
commendable manner. Tire program
was interspersed with good addresses
by different ministers of the various
churches represented, also by one of
the laymen from the Alooresville
The convention was a success in ev
ery way from start to finish, rendering
praises to the Lord most high. Late
in the afternoon the convention ad
journed to meet with Mt. Hope He
-1 formed Church fifth Sunday in No
| vember, 1925.
A. E. SLOOP. Asfjt. Sec.
Operated on For Removal of Tonsils.
1 Miss Virginia Peacock, seven-year
i old daughter of Airs. K. V. Peacock.
| of High Point, iN improving rapidly
, after an operation Sunday morning
i for the removal of her ttonsils and
| adenoids. Dr. R. B. Rankin perfonn
i ing the operation. She is visiting
I her giandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C.
| C. Lentz.
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 60N6m t>AILY TRIBUNE
KANNAPOLIS TO MEET
- Two Nines dash in Sewnflsni Se
► ries to DseU* Amateur Champion
ship tor State.
Kannapolis and Fayetteville will be
1 the center of attraction this week
1 when the two baseball teams meet ia
1 a series that is to determine the
' championship of the state in amateur
1 The series may run to seven
games. The winner will be the first
1 team taking four games and as soon
as this number of contests is won. the
series will be terminated.
' Fayetteville draws the first two
' tilts. “Today and tomorrow will see
the nines engaged in their initial eon
-1 tests. On Thursday, both will jour
ney back to the Piedmont section aud
■ j will id ay in the towel city Friday and
' Saturday. If extra games are needed
• to decide a four-game winner, they
1 will jw played on neutral territory.
It is stated by the management of.
; the Fayetteville Highlanders that Fe
lix Harman has agreed to let the two
teams use his Charlotte park for all
sueh games. If Felix cannot let them
use’ his lot. another in this section
will be secured. \
Strictly amateur ball will be played.
Neither team will be allowed to use
1 players who are at present playing
1 for a league team.
Both Fayetteville and Kannapolis
have enviable records, each having
. crushed other teams throughout the
, state by scores whieh were often top
heavy. Neither lias opposition to its
I championship claims in its own sec
’ In the meet between the two teams
, two weeks ago. a tie resulted. Fay
etteville made it three victories over
, Kannapolis in the Eastern city while
, Kannapolis did exactly the same
thing when they returned to the Pied
Both teams are strong. Kannapolis
, is particularly efficient in knocking
the props from uhder opposing pitch
ers. The team is composed of slug
gers who make life miserable for most
, opposing hurlerx. In the series
against Fayetteville at Kannapolis, a
; total of 40 runs were scored to the
| Easterners' 13. A team batting aver
. of .320 was maintained for the
■ last games against Gibson.
•Manager Dick Miller lias announced
| that there will be several new* play
ers who will take part in tile series.
Casey Morris, former Carolina catch
• er. has been secured to do the receiv
ing for the series. Casey is not only
one of the best catchers ever turned
out of college baseball, but he can hit
well, being jiarticiilarly famous for
: breaking up games with home runs.
'Biggerstaff, Spartanburg outtleldA,
who played with Gibson last \ve<k,
will take Homer Fink's position in
centerfield. owing to the latter's ina
! bility to leave Concord. Bigg erstaff ;
is especially strong in batting. Far
rell, a former Carolina league player,
has been secured though it m not
known just where he will play.
l’itriiers for the first two contests
I will be. Shoaf. acquired from Salis
■ bury; Culp, Charlotte sandlot Ipirlcr.
I and Gates. Concqrd player. Hotshous
er accompanied the team but will be
unable to do any work owing to in
i juries received Saturday.
Progressive Farmer Offer Withdrawn.
The offer to send The Progressive
■ Farmer one year free to all who pay a
> year's subscription in advance to The
Tribune or The Times is hereby with
i We will send The Progressive Farm
: er one year for 50 cents (half price)
: to all who pay their subscriptions up
• to date and for one full year in ad
PUBLISHER TRIBUNE AND
R. F. D. Routing to Be Changed To
Announcement was made today that
beginning September 1, the portion of
territory on R. F| D. <> beginning at
Long's Filling Station and extending
to and including ail R. F. D. boxes
at Hurtsell Mill, will be transferred :
to It. F. D. 7. Box numbers are to
I be changed also. It is said.
, Hartsell Mill and Franklin Mill
j will both be on Route 7. The re- ’
mainder of Route 0 will be unchang
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
| VIVID SHIPWRECK
111 NEW PICTURE
Sea Scent* ta "AaotlMr Mao’s Wife"
£%rt inniiingi} ana ncniucßaiiy
Shipwrecks have been favorite fea
tures of pictures made in 1925 hut
' disasters at sea. like train wrecks on
' land, have identities, happenings and
adventures that are all their own.
For this reason one shipwreck scene
; may be as different from another as
1 it ia )Kflwible to be where one object
! must be the vkhcile of the realism
One of the most vivid, realistic and
stupendous shipwrecks ever filmed is
portrayed in “Another Man’s Wife,’’
1 the Producers Distributing Corpora
' tlton’s release fiqw playing at the
1 A giant passenger liner, feeling its
1 way through a dense fog off the
Lower California coast, runs down a
tug towing the barge of a liquor simtg
*ler. leaving the latter craft to drift I
helplessly over the heaving waters of
■ the Pacific.
Passengers in a wild panic, stokers
battling in the hold, officers fighting
back’ the terrorised as pistols wave
and Hash, the overturning o t a life
boat. the leap of sifrvivors into the
foaming billows, their struggles with
the waves and the escape’ of the hero
ine, Helen Brand (Lila J-ee) hnd her
protector. Philip Cochran (Matt
Moore), furnish some of the heart
.thrilling action that accompanies the
yreck scene in “Another Man’s Wife,"
• story of love, jealousy, passion, in
trigue and adventure.
J[ames Kirkwood is featured in the
masculine lead of John Brand, and
Wallace Beery, the screen’s famous
Richard Couer de Lion, as the captain
of the rum-running barge on which
the wreck survivors find refuge. Gtli-|
ers in the oast are Kate Price, Russell
Powell. Donald MacDonald. Chester
Conklin, Ralph Fred Kohler
and Zena Keefe.
South Atlantic League.
_ Won Lost Pet.
Charlotte 71 45 .612
Spartanburg 70 47 .508
Augusta 61 54 .530
Macon 61 50 .521
Asheville 59 58 .504
Greenville 50 50 .487
Columbia 45 70 .391
Knoxville 42 75 .359
M aeon 9; Charlotte 8.
Augusta 5; Columbia 5.
Spartanburg 7; Knoxville 0.
Greenville 4; Asheville 2.
Washington 79 45 .61?7
Philadelphia 81 47 .012
Chicago .........68 58 .540
St. Louis .06 59 .528
Detent .............64 00 .516
Cleveland 50 ' 68 .405
Xriv York ....: 50 72 .410
Boston 37 88 .296
jN" games scheduled.
-eVror ■ i —i —
Won Lost I’cfi
Pittsburgh .77 40 .020
New York 73 57 .502
Cincinnati 07 58 .530
Brooklyn 01 63 .492
St. Louis 60 08 .409
Chicago 56 71 .441
Philadelphia 54 67 .439
Boston 56 72 .438
Boston 5: Chicago 3.
Pittsburgh 10“'Philadelphia 3.
CUkken's Day to BeObserved.
Mt. Olivet Methodist Church will
. obserye Children's Duy. Sunday, Sep
tembat 6th, when the following pro
gram will be given, to which the pub
, lie" is invited :
Song: “The Lord Is In His Holy
Scripture and Prayer by pastor.
Welcome—Harold Lee Furr.
Recitation—Aileue Day vault.
Song: “Swing Song"—Children.
Dialogue: “Real Happiness.*
Song; “TwcyLittle Feet”—Children,
j Exercise: “Gifts For the Muster.
Song: “Keeping Step.’’
Recitation —Leroy Scott,
i Exercise: “Why V”
Recitation—lL A. Scott, Jr.
Duet and Chorus.
Recitation —Frances Denny.
Remarks by pastor,
Community Club to Meet.
Georgevillc Community Club will
hold their regular meeting Saturday
evening. September sth, beginning at
8 o'clock. The following is the pro
Song: “Come Thou Almighty Ring.”
Devotional—A. I. Shinn.
Reading of minutes aud roll call—
T. F. Shinn.
Duett—Misses Mae and Ethel!
! Bluekwelder, of Concord.
Solo—John Turner, of locust.
Talk—L. E. Mubrey.
Recitation: “Jimmy Tends the Ba
Duet—The Misses Blackwelder.
Solo—John Turner. '
Re public is invited- to attend.
Harrisburg Comsmaßity Club.
The Harrisburg Community Club
will meet in the school house Septern
, her 3rd at 8 o’clock.
Mist Goodman, from - the Jackson
; Training School, will give a very in
Our county superintendent. Prof.
iSiSSMFir “• -
Mr. 3luGee. from Concord, will give
The public is cordially invited to
be present for this interesting pro
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RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION' DOLLARS
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CHAS. B. WAGONER, President , PRO PST. Cashier
A. P. GOODMAN, Vtee PreaHeut BOYD-RIGGERS Asst. C*sfc)er
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IS THIS THE TIRE YOU WANT?
Goodyear Heavy-Duty Cord
rea * soc kadolager tire. What the boys in the coonskin coats call the >■.
NE PLUS ULTRA.
L The new Goodyear Heavy Duty Cord.
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On, 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 SUPERTWIST, the extra-elastic, extra-tough,
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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 Strfeet. ,
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Brown Pitches Great Game.
The Jit. Plrasant team crossed bats
with the Jackson Training . School
boys last Saturday and was defeated
by the score of 0 to 7.
After getting a bad start in the first
inning. Charley Brown gave the best
pitching exhibition that has been seen
on the school ground in several “years.
Hawking pitched the previous day.
Brown had some difficulty in getting
wanned up and could not locate the
plate. Two bases 011 bails and an er
ror filled Jhe bases for the visitors
and a home run by W. Almond netted
.four runs. From tliat-time the vis
itors were helpless before Brown’s
masterly twirling; scoring one run in
the third iunhig. and were retired in
order during the remainder of the
game. Brown caused eighteen of the
Mt. Pleasant boys to strike out,.five
of them in succession.
The local boys kept pegging away 1
until in the sixth inning. Jim Pop
lin's home run with one on base tied
the *ore at five-all.' In the eighth
inning an error and two hits gave the
school boys two more runs and the
• The box score:
j Mt. Pleasant AB B H PO A
Shoe, rs 5 0 110
H. Almond, ss. A 12 0 0
I). Hill, U. 5 p 0 1 0
Watt*, c. 3 10 8 1
Fisher, 2b. 3 1 I S 5
W. Alinoml, 3b. 4 110 1
Letter, lb. 4 0 0 10 0
Moore, cf. 4 i 11 0
P. Hill p. 4 0 10 2
Totals .35 5 7 24 9
3. T. 8. AB R H I*o A
Davis, cf. 4 2 2 0 0
White, lb. 4 0 1 0 0|
Morris. 3b. 4 0 110
Lemons, e. 4 11 18 0
Godown, 2b. - 4 0 10 3
Brown, p. 4 2 2 0 3
Poplin. If. 4 111*
Kennedy, as. ..8 0 0. 0 1
Long. rs. 3 1 9 1 01
Totals 34 TlO 2T T
Score by innings
Mt. Pleasant 401 000 000-5
J. T. 8. MW 012 P2x—o
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Liver Trouble Now a Known
Cause of Premature Old Age
Medical Science knows that poison
ous waste in our bodies would actualfy
cause death in a few days if not
eliminated by Nature's processes. Be
cause it destroys these deadly poisons,
the liver is> our most important or
gan—the body’s wonderful purifier.
The liver prevents the formation of
body poisons that cause diseases of
the heart, kidneys, blbod vessels and
are chiefly responsible for premature
old age. .
When -the liver becomes'weak, the
poisons are sucked up by the blood
and health is broken down. Physl
j cians know that the liver cannot be
regulated by drugs, but a safe Na
ture substance has been discovered
which will at once increase the vital
bile supply. The discovery is puri
fied ox gall. '
Get from tout druggist« package
of Dioxol. Each tablet contains ten
drops of purified ox gall In 24
hours the poison toxins will be re
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