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BffIERAL GOOD SECOND HAND,
RKTStovrs for SALK CHEAP I
Hw;u> be fine to vse at I
Hair grounds, yorke &!
■SPADSWORTH CO. 7-lt-c.
Hr Fmh Cabbage. If You Want to
Hnke kr%ut phone us, 565. Ed. M.
—A Neat 5-Room House on
street with lights and wat-
Hr. lot ijsatl6s. A real bargain.
Bur 5-roc ill house on Elm street.
HKice large lot. Five room houseVn
Hforner of St. Charles and Houston.
Keith lights and water, large lot,
■Berms easy. Two modern built
Mpouses with large lots, very desira-
Hble. One 7 room house on Church
Bgtreet. Two large vacant lots on
HSoutli ljuiou. Three vacant lots
Kui Earns Depot street. John K.
Patterson & Co., Agents. 5-3 t-p.
r Sale—-5-Room House on Simp
jtou street. I.arge corner lot. Real
■rgai 1 jor quick selling. W. A.
Vera! Gocd Second Hand Oil Stoves
lor sate ‘'cheap. Would be tine to
jise at F'air Grounds. Yorke and
Wadsworth Co. ■ 7-4 t-c.
spies! Apples! Car Load Nice Ap
jtles we gee selling cheap. Rhone u-.
15. Ed.«M. Cook Company.
7-2 t-p. '
aided—Fresh Milk Caw. Phone
p»W. 11 . Rideuhoiir, Concord.
w* Sale—r Young Mule Six Months
old. Arthur Eudy, Route 3. Mt.
Pleasantt 5-3 t-p.
mi-s- son Means Street. $5 00 !
preward if returned to J. I). (Mine.
100 East Depot street. Phone
|34R. * 5-Bt-p.
or Rent—S-rctmi Bungalow With
* bath, .SIB,OO per month. James
Phone 852. 3-10 t-c.
engraved Wedding Invitations ami
thnnounceihents on short notice at
Times-Trlbune office. We repre
sent one of the best engravers in
; the United States. ts.
f A Trial Balance.
“Isn’t it difficult to keep a budget
Jraiglit?** asked Mrs. Buford.
“My dear, it’s terrible !” confided
Irs. Wisner. “This month 1 had
j put in four mistakes to make bai
It’s AH Off.
[“How is your stamp collection get
ng on. Jimmy?”
; “Fm not collecting 'em any more.
SIA WORTH FORCE m l
X A/ pure silk 3
Crepe de Chine Lingerie ‘ g
envelope chunrsD. "shadow proof * "h v
Slips. P.-mtalei te>. skirts. ; • u X
: Nightgowns and Pajamas. >n x S jS
| LISTROI S! SOFT! J’ V | X
Exquisite durable: g l, ' u ‘ 9
GUARANTEED! 9 ; / i MS
WOMEN //.'df ■ g
Avail Yourselves of This Oppor-if ag&bJ”. / i , X
tuuitv , * £ •‘■■■W " nt< ‘ lal '-X
"AIT.RA" lingerie has given de-' £k' neuliA- regard X
lightful satisfaction to ..women all
I over rlic country and i- known for y jj J |j ordinary oner.SC
J.: its lustrous quality and excellent / ' ’( 9
i wear. C _} —li X
ALURA TEXTILE CORP. g
ltiit Broadway New York City O
KXXVV 'fefXJOO' — oooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooo
Men’s Suits for Fall and Winter
$9.95 to $35.00
Men’s Fall and Winter Hats
75c to $4.95
Men’s Good Heavy Wool Shirts
$1.48 to $2.25
I Men’s and Boy’s Fall and Winter
[ Sweaters at Greatly Reduced Prices
I Men’s Dress Shirts, With or Without
Collars, 75c to $2.25
b • 9
| See Covington’s Shoes
j -Sure, suits certainly,
hats yes, caps allright,
lanterns, lamps, globes
O. K. Bargains allways.
C. Covington. 7-lt-p.
Fretsh String Beans, Corn. Tomatoes,
Bell turnips, green cab
bage. DoviSßost Co. 7-lt-p.
For Rent—fi-Rcom House on Si. Mary
street, near the Locke Mill. Min
nie Waddell Porter. 7-4 t-p.
Chickens! Chickens! Biff Lot Nice
young chickens, also plenty country
eggs. Phone us, 5f»5. Ed. M. Cook
Company. 7-2 t-p.
For Rent—Booth at Fair (irouads.
Good location. Call 102. 7-3 t-p.
Salesmen With Cars Sell Snagproof,
sparkproof. $12.50 suits, raincoats,
etc. direct to consumer. $3.00 com
mission. Something new. ('fiance of
promotion. No competition. Gen
eral Service (Nothing Company.
Asheville. X. (\, Southern office.
Kingan and Ferris Hams. Bacon and
strips. Dove-Rost Co. 7-lt-p.
Several Gocd Second Hand Oil Stoves
for sale cheap. Would be fine to
use at Fair Grounds. Yorke and
Wadsworth Co. 7-4 t-e.
Green Beans! Green Beans! Big Sup
ply nice stcek. Phone us. 505. Ed.
M. Cook Co. 7-2 t-p.
Fancy Salt Mackerel. A Real Appe
tiser. Dove-Host Co./ 7-lt-p.
For Rent—New Four Room House on
Kannapolis road. Five room house
on corner St. Charles and Houston
streets. Large office second floor
at Corner Union and Barbrick
streets. .7no. K. Patterson & Co*.
Agents. 5-3 t-p.
Several Gocd Second Hand Oil Stoves
for sale cheap. Would be fine to
use at F’air Grounds. Yorke ami
Wadsworth Co. 7-4 t-c.
When they sart issuing one-aml-a
lialf eeiif stamps, the game is getting
too complicated for me.”
AH Set For the Party.
“My dear.” remarked the cannibal
chief to his wife, “make suitable
preparations. I expect to bring a
man home for dihner.”
TIMES-TRIIU NE PENNY ADS.
ALWAYS GET RESULTS
■■■ ■ I ■■■ - J ■
| IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
Rev. \V. C. Alexander Writes of His
Visit to Concord.
Rev. W. C. Alexander, pastor of
the Glen Erven Presbyterian Church,
of Nashville. Teun.. in the last issue
of "The Banner of Blue." a paper
published by his Church. thus writes
of his visit to Concord last summer:
The pastor's vacation, covering the
first two Sabbaths in August, was
spent m Concord. X. C., as the guest of
the First Presbyterian Church.
Concord is not the largest but it is
the town in the Old North State.
Charlotte and Salisbury are two of
its promising suburbs. With its fine
schools and churches, its great textile
mills, its splendid business houses and
new hotel A its twenty-six miles of
paved streets, its beautiful homes and
its charming people. Concord is a
very desirable place of residence and
a most delightful place to visit.
The First Presbyterian Church of
Concord is one of the* historic con
gregations of the state and is nearly
150 years old. At this time under the
leadership of their gifted pastor. Rev.
J. C. Rowan, D. D.. they are renewing
their youth in the building of n splen
did church worthy of their history and
of their people, A most desirable site
has been secured at the very reason
able sum of $17,000.00 and the church
planned by a New York architect is
to cost $150.000.00 —plus—considera-
bly “plus’* we suspect, and iu addi
tion. chimes, seating and pipe organ
have been provided for as memorials.
The subscription for this /plend ; d
work was taken in a single day. Some
years ago it was the writer’s good
fortune to be the pastor of this church,
sos five busy years, and possibly be
muse these kind people have by this
time forgotten all his shortcomings
and transgressions, they have been so
gracious from time to time as to invite
him to return, and he Is also grateful
for the fact that he counts his friends
iu all the churches of the city.
Here, amid the old friends and the)
new. it was our privilege to spend i
ten radiant days, which, filled as they
were with play and work, slipped by |
all too quickly. A luncheon and a I
talk” with the Rotary Uub. twd
dove shoots, a fishing trip on which we
really caught fish—some—were among
the relaxations, and in addition to
many short trips, we motored to
Greensboro ove,r a wonderful highway
which is rapidly becoming a contin
uous boulevard from Mecklenburg to
Guilford. Then there was the joy of
preaching the everlasting gospel in the
mornings in the First Presbyterian
rhurch, and on one afternoon at a
tender service *at the Uounty Home,
and on one Sabbath evening in the
Forest Hill M. E. rhurch which, to the
sjleaker, was fragrant with the mem
ory of a friend of former years, that
high .Christian gentleman. Mr. J. M.
These are beautiful memories but,
already they seem distant. While it
was good to be away, it is good to be
back. Fast and West, home is best.
Rest is pleasant hut service is sweet
er. And now in the midst of our own
beloved work the pastor does not at
ail repent of that irresponsible out
burst on the first Sabbath morn'ng of
his return, when, ys he faced the
congregation, the Spirit of Poesy sud
denly descended upon him, ami lie ex
“Where'er f roam, wherever I may be.
There's nothing beats old Nashville.}
DOG SHOW AT PAIR TO
BEGIN ON WEDNESDAY |
——- , j
Dogs H ill Be Placed Day Sooner
Than Last Year So More People
( an See Them.
('apt. W. S. Bipgham. who will be!
in charge of show at the Ca-j
barms County U;iir, and who is mak- j
ing final plans for the show now, an-j
flounces that this year the dogs'will |
be placed on Wednesday instead of \
Thursday, so more people wiil have j
opportunity to see them.
Judging of the dogs will not.start!
until Thursday morning, but byplae-j
ing them Wednesday the public will
be given an opportunity to see them
Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday
night and Thursday. Last year the
dogs were mot placed until Thursday
Capt. Bingham is very enthusiastic
over prospects for a successful show
this year. He predicts that everv
slvlw space in the exhibit hall will be
utilized after the dogs have been
Persons who desire information
about the show are asked to confer
with Mr. Bingham.
Pink L. Christy Dead at Home in No.
Pink L. Christy, aged 4H years, died
at his home in No. 4 Township Tues
day evening at (» o’clock, after an
illness of five weeks. Funeral ser
vices will be conducted Thursday af
ternoon at 2 o’clock at the home, bur
ial being made in Oukwood cemetery.
Mr, Christy was born in Iredell
county and moved to. Concord where
he resided for several years, moving
to No. 4 township about ten years
He was a member of the Method
Surviving him are a wife and ten
children. lie is also survived by
three sisters and one brother.
USE PENNY COLIJMN—.IT PAYS
A GROIICH NOT WANTED.
There is nothing so harmful to suc
cess as being a grouch. Stomach, liv
er and intestinal trouble make oije
grouchy. Muyr’s Wonderful Remedy
will help overcome these and usually
gives complete results.
Our advice to everyone troubled iu
this May, especially when accothpun
ied with bloating in the stomach, is
to try this remedy. Tt is a simple,
.harmless preparation thut removes the
catarrhal mucus from the intestiual
tract .and allays f the inflammation
which caused practically all stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, Includ
ing appendicitis.* At the Gibson
Drug Store £td druggists ftverywfcere.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
BIG PROGRAM MAPPED
OUT AT Y FOR YEAR
-Plans Completed For In&or Activi
ties Which Will Re Best hi History
of City, It Is Said.
With the opening of tlie winter sea
son in Y athletics next oceek, one of
the most active 'and Interesting pro
grams ever .mapped out by the phys
ical department here will be begun.
Repair work, which has been under
way, at the Y building for the past
mouth, will be completed this week
and everything will be in readiness
for the opening Monday. The entire
been repainted and re
papered and presents a spic and span
appearance. Not only has its appear
ance been radically improved, but it
will be found more convenient, the
showers having been rebuilt an# more
lockers having been installed in the
men’s locker room.
One class has been at work for
some time. This class consists of
young men who are aspiring to po
sitions on the wrestling team, their
number augmented by others who are
in the class for the purpose of takiug
the exercises which regularly precede
the actual work of wrestling. They
meet three times a week and go
through the rigorous exercises calcu
lator to build up their bodies physical
ly for a period of a half an hour.
Thereafter, they have wrestling in
struction under J. W. Denny.
The schedule which is now being
prepared and which should be com
pleted at an early date, has on it the
colleges in the state and several neigh
boring states, as well as other Asso
ciations featuring this sport.
Volley ball is to receive prominent
attention. This sport has proved it
self very popular with the business
men*of the community since its entry
among the games at the Y and will
probably be among the foremost this
winter. Practice hours are arranged
land a schedule of games will be drawn
j up later in the season.
J An effort will be made along this
J line to put out a winning team, one
that will be able to cope with any in
I the state. Kannftpblis was success
ifui n copping state championship!
honors last season a/nd the locals
will strive to take the crown away
from their neighbors.
November Ist will be the opening
date for basket ball, for years the maj
or sport of the Y. M. (\ A. Not on
ly will a team be put out which will
represente the Y in contests out of
tin* city, but there will be a league of
some eight teams wherein the baskeet
rs of the city may dtaport themselves.
Denny is planning to coach the Y
team and declares that he is confident
that he will be in a position to put
out a winning five. Early games will
be played in December.
The gym schedule when the boys
and girls of the city have a chance
to week off some of the surplus ener
gy will not begin until after the fair
is finished, l’he opening date is set
for Monday. October IP.
The bicycle race, which has been *ui
ilocket since last spring and has been
scheduled several times each month. Is
promised for the last week of the
mouth of October. It is said by ofli
< ials that it will be run for sure this
nm<‘. having been held up prior to
this on account of conditions in Sal
On each Saturday this winter, there
wdl be some outside work for the
I boy of the city, consisting of hikes
or *omc other form of outing. John
. son and Denny will act as chaperons
, ' ni these occasions. A number of
j hikea were successfully staged last
I winter apd this year’s program will
be received by the youngsters with in
! commenting oft the plans for
j the winter. J. W. Dennr'asserted that
| this was by far the biggest program
■ "hich has ever been given in the city,
j The men. lie added, were berng given
j the pick of the hours.
j Sappenfield Baby Is Adjudged Best.
j Dorothy Ann , Sappenfjeld, age 12
j months and 12 days, daughters of Mr.
ami Mrs. (’. M. Hamirnfietd* 114 Me-
Brfiyer Street, Shelby, was adjudged
the l»est baby in the contest of 122
entrants at the county fair week
and wa* awarded the $5 prize. The
baby show was a hig feature at the
fair with more entries by proud moth
ers than had been expected, so it
required Dr. Sam Schenck, the judge:
Miss Irma Bowman, -health nurse:
Mrs. Inna Wallace, home economies
demonstrator and two Shelby hos- >
pital nurses, four hours to take the
measurements, make the record, the
result of the examinations and as
many hours more to make the calcu- I
lations necessary to determine the
highest scoring youngsters. It was
not a beauty contest, although moth
ers bad their youngsters dressed in
their best “bib and tucker” and it
presented xthe prettiest sight at the
Little Archie: “Gee! pop 1 just
swallowed a worm V'
Anxious F'ather: “Take a drink
of water, quick! quick! and wash it
Little Archie: “Aw. no, let him
? Vou caiVt^B
feel so good
Wft but what N| W
\ will make you i
A.U __ feel better. }
- i bi.
LYRICIST OF «»7” wKrrfcfe AN
Editor Greensboro News:
Will you please publish the follow
ing son*. I am the composer of the
song No. t>7 am) as I have neithet
seen nor heard of a sbng about the
Shenandoah I have composed this one
and am now singing it end don't want
io be robbed of the authorship of it if
it_ahoiilil happen to become popular
as my other sobg did. so please publish
it, and if there is -anything to pay
advise me of the amount and I will
sehd it to you.
FRED .1. LEWEY.
Oh, you hurrying Throng
Will you pause for a Soiife
fljf a terrible thing - _
At your Door V
But it's too late to save
■The men who lie sleeping
Tonight in their grave
Who Died on that Great Shenandoah.
A waye from Lansdowne
And she rose from the ground
Like A Great bird
She proudly did soar.
Engines were Humming
Oil how Proudly she Hies v
She's our* National Pride
Shq's the Queen of the skies
But She's lost, is that Great Shenan
When the Bain Poured down
Lightning Hashed all around
And the storm
Seized the Ship with a roar
Hark to her Straining /
When a loud Wild cry
God help us all men
Our time has come to Die,
But we'll Die with the old Shenan
Now the Mothers and wives
Whose loved ones lost their Lives
Oh their hearts
With Despair are so sore
Teardrops are falling
And you people so gay
As you hurry
On your Way
Shed a Tear for that Great Shemui
Conscience is a still, small voice
that warns us *>cme one is looking.
. ' ■ "T* rmi r-rr-t -JLUJ-JS ..<>
SUCCESS MUST BE BUILT OK SOMETHING BJEAL
$&&& / " % ■ ■ • i\' i
Chesterfield has earned its ,
present position among die
Yvodcte qaarettes on taste alone
\'; ■ k
rif. nun I „ iilWMilt»iL'"'F
\ ' s. T > m
THE TRIfIXJNE AND
BIVE FARMER in club.
We will send The Concord Daily
Tribune and The • Progressive Farmer
both one year at following prices:
In City cf Concord or out of State,
both oae year for $6.25.
In State outside of Concord, includ
ing all 1 rural routes, $5.25.
You need not pay for The Progres
sive FuiAier at the. same time youu I
pay for ttt Tribune. We will get it
for you at any tiiiSe, a whole'year for
only 25 cents.
Pay your subscription to any con
testant in our big subscription cam
paign, but come to The Tribune office
to pay for the Progressive Farmer.
The following resolutions were.,
unanimcusly adopted at the last meet
ing of the Educational Club of JVine
coff high school: •
Whereas, Mr. John B. Sherrill re
cently donated a collection of very.
valuable books to the High School I
Whereas, included in this colled-!
tion are the -following voluiuns, viz.:
"The University Encyclopedia of
Twentieth Century Knowledge",
"Popular Science Library"', and "The 1
Wonders of Science and Modern
Whereas, these interesting and at
tractive books greatly enhance the ;
general and scientific Value of our li
brary, therefore be it
Resolved, That the fchstyicatiomrf
Club, consisting of the patrons of
Winecoff High School, v Tiereby ex
presses its profound appreciation and
gratitude to Mr. Sherrill for his gen
erous and splendid gift. '
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon the minutes of ,
this club, a copy be mailed to Mr.
Sherrill, and that a copy be printed
| in The Concord Times and the Daily
L. W. BARHARDT.
MRS. R. A. CAItDWELL,
H. H. WINECOFF,
Members of the LibntrS' Committee.
Post and Flagg’s Cotton Letter.
New York. OH. (!.—The market
has been practically motionless as
there is little (Imposition to take any
position until the uncertainty as to
the bureau has been settled. Private
reports average a trifle over four-
u*miaLjjaj T-.. ' i T L un 'tg i, txsaama |
I CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
For the safe investment of your surplus funds you will i
find our interest-bearing Certificate* of bedsit most sat- 1
They bear 4 per cent.;intere«t and you can get your
money any day you need ft.
Good Banking ■
|,.P . ~~W
gj Resources'Over fiajK- MyG
One Million '
| Dollars jk "'
! Citizens Bank & Trust Company I
r' 1 i
CONCORD, N. C. I V
teen million but past experiences
show that that is no clue to possible
official figures. Demand for the act
ualcoutinues vigorous and the ba«is, :
while easier in some sections than ill :
others is now here such as to show'
a profit on tendering cotton.
The belie* is growing stronger that ■
the world will take all that is likely
to be available out of this crop at
present levels. A large portion of
the crop Ims.Already passed through
the markets and a further amount
has been sjold for speculative short
account leaving a strong technical
situation with no anger of sudden ;
pressure from distress cotton. Mills !
may Raid buck to some extent after I
Wednesday, Oct. 7,1§25
- - .
taking so much On a scale down but x
stocks of goods must be replenished
and ltlie fact that buyers are taking
goods at. practically the same pricea
a- before the last report shows rnrit
the goods are needed and suggests a
I larger volume of orders for the mills
|.\vb)eli n'ill have to be covered by
purchases of raw material of con
POST AND FLAGG.
Defeated Jockey: “Well, anyhow''
I wasn't last. There were twctliorscs
behind me.” ,
| Disgusted Backer: “Go on! They
I were the first two in the next race.”