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! iMr. H.- H„ Overcash is spending
toi* week- in Salisbury as juryman.
Mack Overcash and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rumple and
' toby. Mrs. W. F. Allman and chil
dren ; till motored to the Rowan
Ooxiniy |}«me last Sunday and spent
some time with "Aunt" Phebc Freeze.
frH. S,. Rumple and family went to
Blowing.. Rock last Sunday.
OorneHtis DeMarcns and Parks Mat
thews bad a Ford collision Sunday
thorninj -but no serious damage was
Mr. Let* Helton, of Fauston, N.
jtpent Saturday night at. the home of
fcis father-in-law. Mr. A. A. Wallace,
returning home on Sunday with Mrs..
Helton and their two children, who
hare been spending some time there.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Meadows and
children Visited Jim Upright last
l ’ Mr. Mack Allman has purchased a
Sty. and Mrs. Mack Upright. Mr.
an* Mrs. Allan Moose and Torn Moo.-e
motored to Blowing Rock Saturday.
The cotton in rhis section is mostly
fell open and the farmers are very
fasy trying to get it picked out. The
corn shredders are also beginning to
hum fe tune.
W. F. Allman is suffering with
something like a carbuncle on his
Ortnvis Upright spent Monday with
his brother. C. C. Upright helping to
overhaul his tractor.
Mr. Jno. Petrea ha- returned from
h trip to the mountains.
Mrs. It. L, Peeler and four children
and Mrs. (}. C. Miller and three chil
dren spent Thursday in China Grove
With Mr. and Airs. J. F. Efird.
J. M. Loti in and Olias. O. Loflin.
of East Spencer, and J. R. Beach and
L. A. Beach, of Greensboro, motored
to Faith to see Venus, because they
had been reading his items so long.
The pictures have arrived from the
picture makers of the crowd of pret
ty girls that Venus took on the church
steps at Rimertown at the 01. l sol
diers’ reunion in 102"). Anil also the
crowd of pretty boys, but the crowd
of girls is the best looking. We also
got an extra tine picture of the table
that was loaded with good things to
eat. Scud 15 cents in postage and
get or 45 cents and get all three. Ad
dress J .T. Wyatt, Salisbury, X. C.,
Route 3, box 10.
Mr. A. Y. Cranford and his wife
and six children motored down to
Faith from their home at Rock Cut,
Route 7 from Salisbury expressly to
see. Venus just because they had been
reading his items so long in the Sal
isbury Post. Mrs. Cranford is the
one who sent us a pea two and a half
feet long that, she raised and no one
has trotted out one to beat it yet.
Jilr. Cranford is six feet and one inch
toll. Who can beat that?
Three fine pretty young ladies mo
tored out to Faith today to see Venus’
old time relics and each one bought
a relic to take home with her. They
had the finest car you ever saw.
_ Venus took the picture of that old
time walnut drawer chest 180 years
old and will send it to anyone for fif
teen -cents in postage stamps.
Venus attended the two days’ sale
in Silencer and bought a big truck
load of old time things.
Everybody here in Faith reads the
Concord Times because it has so
much good news.
! We are having a dry hot spell of
VeDUR visited the big show in Snl-
Mnity Saturday. Here is what the
tall man in the side show wrote in
our book: Capt. Emersan, the Califor
nia giant, height 7 feet 8 inches;
weight 250 pounds. Size 16 sox.
Oilie Mason died September the 15.
1925. He was a devoted father, a
kind husband, loving son and tender
brother, and all who met him found
a friend in his. He was always ready
to help- in any good cause. He was a
faithful member of the Methodist
Protestant Church at Roberta. He
leaves 4»is wife, one child, an aged
mother and two brothers. He was 34
years, 2 months and 8 days old. The
funeral service was conducted by Rev.
Mr. Sisk at the Methodist Protestant
Church Wednesday morning at 11
o’clock and interment was made at
that place. He had spent his entire
life in this county.
The condition of Will Rogers is im
Mrs. Leorah I’lott’s condition is al
Bev. and Mrs. N. Brattain visited I
Mr. Is. 8. Mason Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mason visit
fed the former’s brother, L. S. Mason
Mis* Grace Clay and Mr. David
Kiser were happily married last Sat
urday. We wish for them a happy
• We think we will hear the wedding
pMaft again if the Ford roadstep visits
our ‘community awhile longer.
The condition of Mrs. Cart Wil
jggttK, who is in the Charlotte Hos
pital, is improving,
f JK S. Mason has two sweet pota
to** that weigh five pounds. Venus,
c*n you beat that for dry weather.
fcL. TIBCARORA mill.
- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph London, of Al-
WWbferle, spent Saturday and Sunday
jffipMrs. London’s sister, Mrs. P. L.
Life'. Alfred Rebecca Jacob and Mrs.
Julih Allman and Miss Pearl Henley
MP -t® Monroe, N, 0., to visit Mrs.
<afak fend Mgs. Elbert Fisher spent
WtAjlfejr in Allmond visiting Mr. Fish-
Mrs. Homer Rsrringer and
gjpber went to Concord Sunday and
■MgCVawhUe with Mrs. Barringer’s
B-MrS. Lizzie Fisher.
HyMath Harwell had the* misfor- ’
gSX h SUnd * y
s C 2^ 57 Fisher spena ;
■MP*? while in Concord Sunday.
The farmers keep the gins busy
these days to keep the cotton ginned. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Rowland spent '
Saturday' in Kannapolis visiting Mrs. |
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Petrea spent l
Sunday in Kannapolis with R. W.
Listen for the wedding bells on the
i 26th. We wish the young couple a
! long and prosperous life.
The condition of Mrs. E. M. Dry
i is improving greatly since she returned
We are hoping the water conditions
> will soon improve so our mill can get
on full time again.
Mr. R. E. Henley has resigned his
position with the Tusearora Mill and
< has accepted a position in Charlotte.
We had a great prayer service at
. our little church Sunday night and
' the service was greatlwy enjoyed by
, all present. PEGGY.
Mrs. Martha Morgan spent Satur
' I day night with Mrs. Ida Honeycutt.
Mrs. Silah Whitley spent last
week in Stanfield with her daughter,
; Mrs. John Little.
Mr. C. C. Turner made n business
' trip to Concord Friday.
Mr. Sam Honeycutt was in Albe
■ marie Saturday afternoon on busi
Mrs, Eunice Love spent last week
in Ookboro with her sister. Mrs. Les
’ ter Little.
Mrs. E. T. Honeycutt and children
1 spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
1 Mack Keenan, at Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little, of Mid
land. spent Sunday with parents near
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Love spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Milas Love.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Braswell wont
to Albemarle on business Saturday.
Messrs. Wade Love and Grady-
Green made a business trip to Char
. lotte Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Little and chil
dren spent Sunday in Charlotte.
Mr. Jason Eudy and Miss Ruth
Treeco, both of Stanfield, were happily
married last Wednesday. We wish
for them a long and happy life.
Mr. and Mrs. Ode Tucker and ehil
, dren spent Sunday afternoon in
We are still very dry and warm.
The dust is something fearful down
1 this way. We are still hoping for
rain to come soon,
1 A. P. Widenhouse made a business
trip to Concord last Friday.
Miss Ida Mae Widenhouse has be
gun her duties as teacher at Kan
The Misses Clontz spent the week
-1 end at Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Brooks.
Miss Bettie Yow has gone to New
1 London to teach this winter.
Worth Green has come home to
' spend some time on his father’s farm.
Mrs. John Burnett is improving.
We still have some people who
' seem to want to live off some one
else's work. There was some one
1 last week who sacked up Mr. Adam
Chaney's cotton while he was away
■ preparatory to hauling it off but Mr.
1 Chaney came home unexpected and
; spoiled some one’s plans. The same
night some one stole about 700 pounds
of cotton from Alonzo Chaney. We
I have numbers who do not seem to
i have any regular job but always have
• money to spend, and of course it is
not given to them.
: We were very sorry to hear of Mrs.
: Henry Carriker’s death on Monday
morning, of Cabarrus. She will be
' greatly missed by her loved ones and
i friends. She was in a hospital in
Brooks Bros, are very busy girming
these days and a goad part of the
night 6ome time.
We are very glad indeed that we
have one man here that will not sell
gas and oil on Sunday. He says,
remember the Sabbath day to keep
it holy. If we had more of this
kind of men the country would be a
great deal better off. There is no
excuse for selling gas on Sunday, if
every man will go to the filling sta
tion on Saturday evening and get
his or her gas. There are some folks
that like to be busy on Sunday to
have some excuse to keep from going
to the church to worship God.
We are very sorry to hear of our
good friend. Robert Benson, being
stricken with paralysis. Robert, as
all have always known him, is ev
ery body's friend that knows him.
We hope for him a speedy recovery.
Roy Misenheimer spent last Thurs
day night in Midland at the home of
NO. 10 TOWNSHIP.
People of the Bethel community and
elsewhere yvere made sad when the
death of Mrs. J. H. Carriker, of Ca
barrus, was announced! Her death
occurred in the Presbytereian Hos
pital of Charlotte, where she recently
underwent an operation. She was
been unwell for a year br more and
bore her suffering without a com
plaint. Besides leaving her husbanad
and six children ranging in ages from
three to fourteen years, a father,
Prof. H. T. Baker, of Midland, four
brothers, W. Q. H., and M. J. Baker,
of Cabarrus, Bryce Char
lotte and Edmund Baker, of Bedeford,
Va., and three slisters, Cleone, Dew
ey Mae, and Miss Hallie Baker, of
Midland, survive him.
The deceased was born and reared
in the Bethel Community. She was
34 years old. She joined Bethel
Church when a young girl and lived
a consistent life until she died. Be
fore marriage she was the leader of
the social set and was a favorite of
the older people. She was a woman
of many virtues and was plain in her
manner and conversation.
Funeral services were conducted hy
her pastor. Rev. D. C. Ballard and
interment made in the Bethel ceme
tery. The overflowing congregation
present at the funeral was a just trib
ute to heer memory.
Miss Helen Black was taken to the
Presbyterian Hospital last Monday
and underwent an operation -for ap
pendicltis. At lfeat reports her con
dition wag satisfactory.
The excitement caused by the re- 1
port of a negro man being murdered •
[laat March and Ua hod j thrown into 1
the Garmon-Green mill pond, is still
| on. Up till Wednesday noon there
had been no find to verify the report.
| The new mail man on Rbute Seven,
Joe Green, is giving the patrons good
servise. and has already become very
It looks now as if it might rain.
’ But notwithstanding the drought,
which is the most serious we have ev
er known, the people have caused for
Thanksgiving. Corn on the low land
I is good and when the ginning season
is over with it will be seen that No.
> 10 township will have produced 75 or
SO per cent, of a cotton crop compar
ed e with last year's crop. Os course,
i farmers on red land will be hard hit
I j as the yield on that kind of soil will
■ ' not he over 40 per cent, of a crop
I and on some fields not that much.
II Who knows but that after all the
’ | drought has not favored the farmer?
I We have not seen a weevil since ear-
Ily spring and at present there is no
indication of any in the fields. All of
- which means there will be few if
any to go into hibernation this win
t ter. Better have the crop reduced by
, the drought than have it ravaged by
the weevil. So why worry if the
< pumpkin is not on the vine, we will
have spare ribs and backbones aplenty
- and many other good things. H.
1 No min yet. Only a little sprinkle,
■ on the night of the 13th.
Mr. and Mrs. X.'W. Honeycutt
1 went Monday to see their daughter,
• who is in the A. N. and I. I. and has
been on the sick list.
D. W. Turner attended the fun
' eral Monday of his friend, Lawyer
Maness, of Concord.
Paul Coley has gone to the A. and
• E. College at Raleigh where he will
doubtless make good.
: Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Turner and
• mother, Mrs. D. \V. Turner, were
: guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
’ Maness, of Monroe.
Alex Dunn is drilling a well for
■ Williamson Little, his other well hav
1 Rev. Mr. King of the Holiness
faith, preached an able sermon here
1 on the square Saturday night to a
large atidienee. Whether the sermon
' was accepted or not we like the loca
tion selected for delivering same.
Mrs. Vada Jenkins went to Gas
tonia Sunday to see tier little daugh
ter who has been transferred from a
Charlotte hospital to one in Gastonia.
, Mrs. CC. Honeycutt was carried
• Monday to Charlotte where she will
submit to an operation for appendi
: citis and gall stones.
Fetzer Hartsell recovered one of
. his tires stolen some time ago. He
. was notified from Concord and hopes
to locate more of the goods there.
. Since the last robbery the service sta
tion is kept open all night. M.
i We were very sorry to hear of the
. death of Mr. Oilie Mason. The fami
. ly has our heartfelt sympathy,
i Mrs. Stough and little daughter.
• Fay, and Mrs. Shoe, were visiting at
■ Mr. D. C. Linker's Monday night.
i We had a nice crowd at prayer
meeting at. Mr. Charlie Phillips’ on
Mr. and Mrs. Lin Andrews were
visiting at D. C. Linker’s Tuesday
: night. They are making their home
■ at Salisbury at present.
i Miss Dessie Lee Lit tie was visiting
- Mrs. Fulinan Dorton Friday.
Mrs. Barnette is visiting her chil
dren in Stanly county. . '
Mrs. Adam Blaekwelder and chil
dren were visiting Mrs. D. C. Linker
. Friday night.
There are three welts gone dry in
our neighborhood and the families are
carrying their water from a srping a
Mrs. T. A. McClellan and children
spent the week-end at Mr. and Mrs.
. E. A. McClelland's, near Harrisbnrg.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook and little
daughter, Alice, were visiting at the
home of Mr.fl and Mrs. D. C. Linker
Miss Ethel Fink is visiting at the
home of her uncle, W. A, Fink.
School is progressing nicely at
Winecoff, with the new teachers and
Mrs. Arthur N. Paren was visit
ing Mrs. D. C. Linker Thursday.
D. €. Linker has 30 hands picking
cotton today. Mrs. Linker is looking
after fourteen of the hands while Mr.
Linker is in another field with the
We regret very much to learn of
the serious illness of Mrs. Carl Wil
liams. Mrs. Williams was Miss Essie
Linker, before marriage, a daughter
of E. J. Linker.
Mrs. Adam Blaekwelder and chil
dren were visitors Sunday at the
home of a daughter in Stanly, Mrs.
E. A. McClellan, Jr., of Charlotte,
was visiting his aunt, Mrs. D. C.
Mr. aDd Mrs. Marvin Verble and
children and Mrs. McKenzie were vis
iting at D. C. Linker's Sunday.
Ed. Linker and family were visit
ing at the home of D. CNLinker Sun
Mr .and Mrs. Crese I)oryon are ex
pecting to move this week/in a house
on the Kannapolis roeuLdear Winecoff.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul tinker, of Rocky
River, were visitors at Mrs. Linker s
mother, Mrs. Blaekwelder, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kiser are ex
pecting to move up in our burg this
week. FARMBR’S WIFE.
We went to Salisbury Tuesday and
met up with several fine clever people
who were there attending the conven
tion of the P. O. S. of A. from Penn
sylvania. One of the gentlemen. Mr.
D. J. Gensemer, of South Williams
port, took charge of Venus, and' took
him into the Ford Hotel and treated
him to dinner and introduced him to
several others who were eating din
ner at tables nearby. Here are their
r£ m * I Vi7 E< L H ' Wei * il > of Johnstown,
Pa-I W. Karmauy, Pennington, Pa.,
Rev. Harry DanWa, Mechanieaburg,
l a '’ n' H ’ Shirk ' Moore, Pa.;
John AV. Reese, Mrs. Reese, Mattie
B. Reese. Bertha O. Reese, 219 S
2nd St., St. Clairo, P a .; At the Yad
kin Hotel we met a large crowd from
Pennsylvania. Here are the names
th * t were introduced to ns;
J. O. Cantwell, Chester, Fa.; Mrs.
Qfeo, A. Curtis, York, F»,;,and Roy.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
„ -a.;.:..; -
I Z. Hlnohara. of Kobe. Japan. Sal
>. isbury was decorated with many bdau
. tiful flags.
, I Mrs. W. H. Wadsworth came to
l Faith Monday, September 21st after
' the old time drawer chest that she
bought from Venus a few weeks ago.
. She was accompanied by Mrs. E. T.
, Cannon and S. C. JsHnaon. all of Con
- coni. Mrs. Cannon bought from
* Venus a fine old time spool bedstead
l for her own use and Venus has ag
i other one to sell just like it. There
. are lots of ladies in Concord and Sfel
r isbury buying old time furniture from
, llr. and Mrs. B. Ludwick, of Sal
t isburg. bought from A’enus three old
1 time chairs. Ane walnut bureau and
i one fine large walnut full leaf table
. for their own use.
> Mr. Mears, of Linwood. bought a
? fine old time marble top wash stand
- from A’enns.
> John Rost bought a fine old time
f three-cornered cupboard and an old
f time bureau from Venus.
One lady from Tennessee, visiting
r her sister in Salisbury, came to Faith
- with them and bought an old time rel
-7 ic to take back home with her.
I P. O. Hargett at the Yadkin Coffee
■ Shop, can wait on more people than
anyone we ever saw. He is a tine
At the American Case we counted
, 13 men and 6 ladies all taking Inneh
at one time. AVho can beat that for
t feeding people?
Venus wants a partner to put up a
, dime museum in some city. Venus
will furnish the curios if some one
. will furnish the building. A’ENUS.
CONCORD ROUTE 1.
1 Master Ira Kiser, the nine year old
1 son of Air. and Airs. Oscar Kiser,
picked two hundred and four pounds
i of cotton in one day. If you can beat
- that, A'euus, for a little cotton picker,
. trot him out.
Air. and Mrs. Lonnie l/ove were vis
- itors at Air. R. 11. Love’s Sunday.
Mrs. Alaggie Nunally. of Aloores
ville, is spending several days with her
s sister. Airs. .1. W. Stowe.
* Air. and Mrs. And Dover and ehil
i dren spent last Sunday, a week ago,
i in Greensboro.
Airs. Francis .Billings, of Concord,
was a Sunday visitor at Air. and Mrs.
- A. H. Cranford's.
Air. E. F. AA'alkpr, of Aleeklcnburg
i county, were Sunday visitors of Miss
. Elsie Love.
I Airs. Correll Smith, of Afecklenbnrg
I county, spent Saturday night with
■ her sister in Concord.
Misses Elsie Love. Alimre Stowe
f and Air. Ed. AValker, of Derita, spent
* a few hours Sunday evening at the
i home of Mr. and Airs. Aud Dover, of
Hark ! 'Tis the wedding bells we are
soon going hear ringing—and over the
hills their echoes Hinging.
There will be prayer meeting Sat
. ill-day night at the Roberta lloptist
. Church, conducted by Mr. J. L. Yates.
Come and bring some one with you.
There will also be preaching at 11
o'clock Sunday morning by the pas
tor. Rev. Air. Grubb, and Sunday
. school at 30 o’clock. The public is
cordially invited to jit tend t hese ser
Dome on Hnrrinsbnrg Route Three
. —“Just Ale’. \Ve enjoy reading your !
JUST A CABARRUS GIRL.
A lies Ruth and Thelma Honeycutt, i
of Concord, were visitors at the home 1
of Aliss Lola Blaekwelder Saturday ]
A revival will begin Sunday at ]
Westford Church near the Hartsell
Roy Christenbury was a Sunday
visitor at the home of Alarvin Blin k- !
So far there are not many entrants ]
in The Tribune and Times campaign, i
AVorth Simpson, of the Hartsell J
Afill,' >vas a visitor at the houie of J
John Blaekwelder. near White Hail. I
Sunday. CAROLINA KID. j
We still have a continuation of dry |
weather. ’ ,
Airs. Carl AVilliam, who is in a 1
hospital in Charlotte, is reported as !
Miss Matrona Furr entertained a ]
number of her friends at a party, t
Saturday night. Those’ present were 1
Alisses Allene Hatley, Willie Alex- J
ander. Alary Motley, Viola Smith.
Alattie Alexander, Alaggie Hudson. I
Alary Ixiu Hudson, Alargaret Auten, 1
Alattie Blaekwelder. and Bernice Alot
ley, and, Andrew Hudson, John Bar
bee, Walter Cochrane, Lewis Letter,
Theo. Blaekwelder. Henry Easley.
George and Matthew Furr, Arch ]
Lentz, James Auten, Marshall Furr,
•Garner Verble, Adam Hudson. Henry
Alotley, Andrew Cochrane, Lloyd Gar
mon, John Cochrane and Clyde Litak
er. After playing many interesting ]
games they were served cakes, candy
and pickles. They all left wishing
for many more such happy occasions.
Alisses Sadie Furr and Margaret
Auten spent Saturday night with
Aliases Alary Lou aud Maggie Hud
son, of near the Brown Mill.
The many friends and relatives of \
Airs. Emma Dulin gave her a surprise i
supper Saturday evening. Her son 1
took her for a ride and when she re- !
turned and found a large table full
of good things to eat she was so sur
prised she could hardly believe her
own eyes. After eatiag to their
hearts desire they ail left wishing for J
many returns of the day. <
Aliss Ada Easley, who underwent j
an operation in a Charlotte hospital I
last week, is reported improved.
I’rayer meeting Saturday night at
John Blackwelder’s. Everybody is in
vited to come. SWEET DKEAAIS.
CONCORD ROUTE THREE.
The farmers will soon be through
cutting tops as it is hot and dry j
and they ripen up faster.
Mr. Rediing and little daughter
spent a short time Saturday evening i
with Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Misenheimer
and family. |
A wedding of much interest wafel
solemnized Saturday, September 12th*
when Miss Clara Goodman and Fred
L. Rinehardt were marrlsd. We wiah
them a long and happy life.
Mr. and Mrfe. B. L. Christy spent
Sunday with his tawther, Van^Chrfety.
B rix Music Store 'sal
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