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flfastonia Gasette. <
* We are inforiped that a certain :
web Hill lady wished to attend !
< burch last Sunday night and started
out to visit one of another der.omina- j
tjon than her own. the church of her]]
choice being closed for Chat service., :
She discovered to her surprise that
hot one downtown church was open c
for service on the evening of August •
duly and August are vacation t
months and services in the churches |
art- not as regular ns is true the bal- j
anoe of the year. But it appears to j:
us that something is radically wrong ,
with our churches when each and ev- i
er.v one is closed up on a given Sun- j i
It looks as though there ought to j
l»o more co-operation among our 1
churches and some plan made whereby i
dt least one church is open to the (
pjjblic for worship every Sunday night -
in the year. 1
-This is a matter of serious import- i
rfrice to our local pastors who tiave
the spiritual life of the community nn- <
dea guidance.—Rock Hill Herald.
Another thing that has struck many i
How to Spoil a Boy.
Xew York World.
Mr. Prince, who joined the La
fayette air squadron in the French
war. has a son four years old. The
churl ruling on the little boy's <les
'tiiy, • says• the father must establish
with!the Old (Colony Trust Company,
of Roston. a fund sufficient to pay
the little boy at least $2,500 a year.
New. thgt seems reasonable, accord
ing t<i modern inetuods and costs of t
bringing up little boys iiith rich fatii- j
ere. A good nurse alone costs $1,200 j
a year, plus her board. j
The judge also orders the boy's i
father to arrange a fund that will '
provide for his son an income of sls.- I
000 a year to be paid to the boy when .
he reaches the age of 21.
What chance does that give the i
bey who will have so much money to
spend? Life is not worth while j
without hard work. Rut does any
boy with $15,000 a year ever work
hard while the money lasts, or does he
devote all his energies to getting the
greatest possible enjoyment out of
the $15,000 a year? Men make
money and leave it to ruin their
| It’s Time to Think of Fall Cleaning ||
To fully appreciate our Cleaning and Correct press- j!
! 1 ing is to give others the once over. j»
I A phone call will bring our truck.
Telephone 420 <
M. R. POUNDS
Dry Cleaning Department
: Styles Specially Designed
I to be Worn From Now on
$5.95, $9.75, $16.75 on j
I All the Paris decreed Modes are rep- ]
resented in Lustrous Satin, Heavy Flat
Crepe, Crepe de Chine. Unmistakably
NEW DRESSES. j
Black leads the mode, with deep cop- \j !'
per and red shades exquisite browns and U
Royalty’s own purple. 1
Hats That Lead in the Fall
AMA ENTIRELY NEW
JjnS $3.45, $3.95, $4.95
The Range of Colors
▼ / Mexico Camel and Chamois Brown,
K. Sunset, Falingo, Jadite, Parchmint,
\ Taupe and Pewter Gray, matching
a yoqr fall costume.
church pcojde in Gastonia this sum
mer rapeciaily is the smallness of the
Sunday night union service congrega- i
tiens in this city. )
One would think that, when sir >;
large city churches unite in a union l
. service, there would be a congregation
that would overflow any ordinary
church auditorium, but such is not
the case. Far from it. The as
sembled crowd is hardly ever larger
than the usual Sunday night eongre-1
gation at any one of the churches.
One is inevitably led to the conclu
sion that not more than one-sixth of •
the church-going population go to
church during the period cf these
The majority of the congregation
in each' case is made up of those be-;
longing to that denomination in whose
chureh the meeting is being held, or
of the parishioners of the minister (
who is preaching on that particular ;
occasion. Members of the other four ]
congregations take holiday.
It may or may not be a matter of
concern to the pastors, but it is a 3
very noticeable fact to many laymen 1
of the city.
A Remark That Was Out of Order.
Kinston Free Press.
Counsel for W. B. Cole, millionaire 3
cotton manufacturer, charged with
killing a young man a few weeks
ago. is quoted in state papers assay
ing: "We are the cockeyest looking
set of lawyers you ever saw.” The
remark is said to have been made
jocularly. Whether or no that be the ,
j case, it was out of order and should :
: not have appeared in the public print
• with the attorney's approval. An
! awful crime has been committed,
j What its justification was, the pub-
I lie has not been told so far, if there
| was sue*. But it ill befits counsel
I to make light of the charges at this
| stage of the game and give further
1 ground for the impression that already
j prevails that the defendant's money
I will stand him in good stead when he
j is haled before the bar of justice.
‘! Miss Catherine A. Doody is the
‘ owner and manager of a heating and
E ventilating company V: Boston and
• J the only woman member of the Amer
• j iean Society of Heating and Veutila
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord postoffice is as follows:
130—11:00 I*. M.
30—10:00 A. M.
! 34 4:10 P. M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
30—11 *» P. M.
35) 5) :30 A. M.
i 45 3:30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
29 —11:00 P. M.
Marriage license was issued Tues
day by Register of Deeds Elliott to
Dewey M. Sherwood and Miss Bessie
Furr, both of Concord
Jones Pharr, who has been employed
at the Brown-Xotcott Mill, has ac
cepted a position in Kannapolis as as
sistant. purchasing agent for the Can
non Manufacturing Company. Conrad
Hill has taken the position at the
A number of farmers ia the county
are planning to attend the meeting of
tlte Xorth and South Carolina Bee
Keepers' Association which will sold
its sessions in Charlotte on the 10th
and 11th of this month.
Mrs. Robert Y. Gray has sold to
A. M. Honeycutt for $2,000 property
on Ann street according to n deed
filed Tuesday. Another deed records
the sale of property in Tetertown,
Kannapolis suburb, by M. F. Teeter
to J. M. Benson for $205
There were plenty of signs of rain
in Concord Tuesday but they all
failed. Monday night roosters crow
ed before midnight there was light
ning in the north and heavy clouds
were hanging low, but no rain fell.
Visitors to the city report a big rain
at Mt. Airy and vicinity Monday.
Kannapolis won the first game in
the series with Fayetteville, Gates
stopping a Fayetteville rally in the
ninth. The score was 7 to 0. The two
teams will play in Kannapolis Fri
day and Saturday aud arc certain to
drew big crowds. A spectator at the
game was hit with a foul ball and
Frank Crowell, who has boon man
ager of the King Tut Service Station
here for several years, is now con
nected with the sales force of the
Hudson and E-sex garage in Albe
marle. Mr. Crowell still owns all
i stock in the filling station here, the
3 business being managed by his as-
Washington defeated Philadelphia
| in the first game of their imporvent
I series and now has a lead of four
I and a half games. In the Xatioual
League the leading teams were idle.
| Tuesday In the South Atlantic Spar
| tnnburg won again while Charlotte
! was losing, cutting the Hornets'
lead to half a game.
[ Baseball fans in the city will be in-
I terested to learn that there will be a
! play-off in the city league to decide Jhe
! championship. A three-game series
; between the Pythian team and the
Locke Mill team will be staged at the
: Locke Mill park, the time set being
three successive Thursdays. The first
game is to be next Thursday.
Members of the board of aldermen
are expecting a number or important
[ matters to be presented to them at
i their September meeting tomorrow,
I it was< said today. The meeting is
| scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock at the
i city hall. It is probable that the eom
i mittee appointed to make some de
| cision as to the street car line here
[i will have a report to make at the
I I meeting.
i[ Stanly Xews-Herald: The Albe
i marie friends of Mr. “Jim” Cald
i well, will learn with pride of his
| election as vice commander of the
l Xorth Carolina Division of the
1 American Legion. Caldwell is a fine
j fellow and the honor is well merited,
i The very wide awake post here has
j been such, largely through his acti
, vities. We imagine that the "boys”
i of the local post will be celebrating.
i It has been reported to Chief
1 Talbirt that tierson loitering near
I the square have been heard to shout
l and yell at motorists as they pass.
3 “This practice must stop,” Chief
i Talbirt said, “and I have instructed
l officers to arrest those persons found
| guilty of such conduct.” Loud nud
' I boisterous language has been used in
jj some instances. Chief Talbirt said he
i [ had been advised, and the practice
iji will not be tolerated.
I A Prayer.
Nebraska School Journal.
God give us men who boast of the
money they spend for education. Give
us men who are unashamed to be
proud of vast amounts spent in the
transmission to the youth our cul
ture, institutions, and things we hold
dear to the human spirit. Give use
men who do not quail before the un
thinking clamor of greed couched in
the man-pleasers’ appeal to the selfish
ness of the crowd. Give us men
whose courage does not fail and whose
hearts do not flinch before the assault
of the self-seekers who prey on the
future generations. Give us men
who will not meet the eager enthusi
asm of our children with niggard pen
ury. Give us men whose answer to
the cry of youth is not empty-handed
ness. Give us men whose.philosophy
of education is something else than
economy. God give us men who are
t unafraid to spend public money for
tlie children of the race. Give us men
who dare to refuse to crucify child
hood on the cross of poverty. Oh,
God, give us men who believe that the
highest function of the wealth of so
ciety is its decidation to the upbring
ing of the children of men. God
give us men who believe In the race
The Viscountens Rhondda, a peer
ess in her own right and a leader in
the fight for the right of womeen to
sit in the British House of Lords, is
, \ a director of twenty-elx Urge in-
TOE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
KANNAPOLIS WINS l
FIRST OF SERIES |
Hard-Fought and Thrilling Contest Is
Played at Fayetteville.
FayetteviHe, Sept. I.—Owl's fourth
single and Saunders' double with two
out in the tenth inning gave Kannap-j
olis the first game of the State cham
pionship series 7 to (1 in one of the.
contests cf the season.
The Highlanders who had tied the'
score in the eighth and again in the
ninth, failed to come back in the tenth I
through poor base running. Though I
they filled the bases with none out. I
Gates replaced Culp and retired the
Let’s Care for the Delinquent Boys.
While Xorth Carolina is spending
thousands—hundreds of thousand
for good roads, education, public in
stitutions, etc., it's falling down mis
erably in providing necessary qtiar
' ters for a very large number of min
ors that come under t'.ie jurisdiction
of the juvenile judges—clerks of the
Superior Courts. In the one hun
dred counties in this state, there arc
today, perhaps a thousand cases that
require immediate ; several
of these arc right here in Mitchell.
The Jackson Training School and all
other places where juvenile delin
quents can be detained, are crowded
to cheir full capacity, so they say.
But the welfare department is sig
nally falling down on its job. if they
do not immediately take the matter
of more room and more funds up with
the “powers that be" in Raleigh, and
see if some plan cannot be inaugu
rated whereby pressing, emergency
' cases that are constantly coming to
1 the force, can’t be taken care of.
The penitentiary, insane asylums and
other detention camps annually get
all the money they want for upkeep.
| but when it comes to perhaps the most
I important matter in the state—tak
ing care of t'.iese juvenile delinquents
—little means or places are provided.
; ■ ■
: ■ mmmmmmmmm
> Pure apple vinegar, 50
; cents a gallon. Fresh
j country eggs. Homemade
i honey in cone, 35 cents per
pound, three pounds,,!or
; J. W. CLINE
I NOTICE! !
You are invited to come In
and look our new ice cream res
frigerator over. We use up
salt. It is the same tempera
ture all the time. We now car
ry twice the number of differ
ent kinds. We also carry J
Brick Ice Cream.
Give us a trial when yo§ J
need ice cream and sec the dip , i
Phone 333 |
j 10 PER CENT. DIS- !
j! COUNT |
On All Orders For
]! . ENGRAVED !
I CHRISTMAS CARDS |
1 1 placed during the month of \
i 1 September. The advantages of ]
1 1 buying early are: You will save )
] i money and will not have this to 1
1 1 think about later on when oth- !
3 1 er matters are demanding at- i
, 1 tention.
| i S. W. Preslar i
*>■■■ ..-Tiaaiaß r. -a - -n I
I. 1 v* i
Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET •
(Corrected Weekly by Cline A Moose)
Figures named represent prices
paid for produce on the market:
Sweet Potatoes 1.75
Turkeys .25 to .30
Country Ham ■„ 80 1
Country Shoulder 80
Country Sides —... 1 80
Young Chickens 85
I Hens —— .18
| Irish Potatoes SIBO
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. IMS
‘Hlfh-Powmd Buttsr Canvd Riff'
| P«q>lt> coming from Morocco nnd j
all neighboring conn trice bare vary
ing stories to tell as to how and why
the war started between the French
and Itiffs. It has never been made
! quite dear as to why Abd-ei-Krim
! voluntarily added the French to the
' enemies he already had in the
| Spanish. But Mrs. Mary Summer,
' who is visiting here sister in Cali
fornia after 12 years of residence in
j Tangier*, explained that It ait start
|ed over butter—bad butter.
| The Riffs. Mrs. Summer said are
excessively fond of butter. Butter
and tea are their greatest dissipa
tions. But it is not the butter that
Americans tire familiar with. It is a
sort of educated butter. It must be a
least-a year old before it has a pro
per 'bouquet' for the trained palate
of the Riffs. They like the aroma
and the tang, just as some Europeans
like their favorite cheese. Mrs. Sum
ner related that when her servant*
brought it into her kitchen she was
forced to leave by the front door.
From the yard gate she shouted
back orders for the butter to be
carried out to the back yard and
;!; now in season §
JOHNSON’S LIVER MUSH
For Sale by Leading Grocery Stores and
j|j Meat Markets. Only 20c lb.
!; PHONE YOUR ORDERS
I THE UNIVERSAL CAR jj
;!» The service on your car should be a source of continual jj
!ji satisfaction. If it is not, your dealer has failed to fulfill ij
jij his obligation to both you and the manufacturer of your ]i
jjj car. Such failures, though apparently of minor import- jj
Ij > ance, will not permit a permanent success. ij
!jl The service we can offer you as a Ford owner is worthy
■ jij of consideration. At home, we will not fail you, and !
' ;j wherever you may go, far or near, Ford service as at your 1
1 jjt command. *
NEXT TO GOOD VALUE IS GOOD SERVICE
j We Have Both
REID MOTOR CO.
CONCORD, N. C.
WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS :
ll COAL 1
! ! The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS
j j PHONE 244 OR 279 jj
North Carolina Popular Excursion |
Friday, September 4th, 1925 •
! —via— ;!
j SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Three whole day* and two nights In Washington. ' . 1
j ROUND TRIP FARE FROM CONCORD, N. C. $10.50 S
Special train leaves Concord 9:35 P. M., September 4, 1925. Ar- j
1 rive* Washington 8:40 A. M. September 5, 1925. ,
1 Tickets on sale September 4th, good on regular trains to junction ,
1 point* thence Special Train. Good to return on all regular trains (ex- j
j cept No. 37) so as to reach original starting point prior to midnight ,
1 of Tuesday, September Bth, 1925. j
Returning regular trains leave Washington 8:20 A. M., 11:00 a.
m„ and 3:45 p. m., 7:00 p. m., 9:35 p. m. and 10:50 p. m.
Big League Baseball Games
WhaMagten Senator v*. Boston Red Sox
Two Games—September sth and Oth
| A fine opportunity to see Walter Johnson, star pitcher of the Sen- ,
I ators; Ike Boone, star fielder, the Bed Box, and other great stars in
ft action. i
S This will also be a wonderful opportunity to visit Washington's
| many public buildings; Arlington National Cemetery and the various
I other points of Interest.
I Tickets good in pnllmsn sleeping cars and day coache*. No stop
-5 over* and no baggage checked.
S Make your sleeping car reservations early.
K For farther information call on any Southern Railway agent or j
| MM? WOODY, Ticket Agent R. H. GRAHAM,
9 Concord, N. Cl Division Passenger Agent,
X Charlotte, N. C.
■. . c .Mil' -v ’ "
The French put a tax on this
dear, adorable butter—and that’s
I bow the trouble began. The Riffs
might not have been so sensitive
about, anything elae.
Next to butter, stated Mrs. Sum
ner, the Riffa like their tea. The
French also put n tax on tea —thna
hitting them simultaneously m their
1 strongest and weakest spots. Can
there be any wonder that a war re
But after all. it’s not a very bod
war. according tp the observations of
the American laxly. The people not
■ engaged in the actual fighting pay
■ little attention to It. She, herself,
lived only two miles from the battle
front, nnd she wouldn’t have known J
there was a war going on but for the
i refugees coming in. When a couple of
friends from Tangier* were motoring
■ to her home, she said, they nnex
. peetedly ran into a raging battle.
: But the chauffeur drove on through
it without wincing, and not even the
i car was scratched,
i What’s a butter and tea war, any*
Annette Kellerman, twenty years
, ago, was the first woman to attempt
the English Channel swim.
The Early Bird W
\\ Finds Earlier Birds
*** at Hoover’s
"■ jHjEEjpJpj j J So many men are coming ear
jßtUTJVut 11 ly to avoid the rush that there
V_£|h has been a rush to see the new
mj m Fall Suits ever since they ar-
In other words—the early bird has got to get up before
breakfast to have the field to himself.
As soon as 8 A. M. these Schloss Fall Suits are displayed
to men who were up at 7 and in dozens of cases we are
selling in September new suits to men who usually wait
Set your alarm for tomorrow—
We’re all set sos you today. IrillVrafr fflfimil
SCHLOSS NEW FALL SUITS
525.00 to $45.00
HOOVER’S, Inc. gft
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
r GA ' S ’ si: |\ ?
depend on our service at
J HOWARD’S FILLING STA
To render every assistance in our power to the business
men in our community.
The progressive business nlan appreciates the facili
ties for service that are available to him in this strong
bank. Its officers, by reason of their experience and the
many avenues of general business information open to
them, are able to give sound advice on financial matters.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK .
Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000.0^
Make Your Summer
Free From Ice Worry
Install Kelvinator electric refrigeration in your
refrigerator and you can forget all about ice deliv»
ery this summer.
Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much colder
and your foods much better and longer. When you
go visiting it will stay cold while you are gone.
Kelvinator requires no time or attention and k
trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kelvi- *
nator than to buy ice. Phone or call for details.
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
Th. 01d..i Doaaaacie Ei.ctria R.irtg *r.tl»a 1
Wednesday, Sept. 2, 19