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|flp(§|e~ds Acres With Nice Front-
YRghway «t 'Training School
Hpth fqm room house, and good
■Km. da will exchange it for City
Hm <5614, Springs highway live miles
Hump 'Concord. 71 acres with nice
HEttike on highway at Training
Njcbool 'with buildings. These are
bargains. Jno. K. Patterson.
■ agent 7-3 t-p.
Mp i] —
■tarnations. Pink and White. Call
g,' C. Query, florist. Phoiie
KaKIW 33 North Crowell Street.
One f urnished Room, up-
at 37 X. l'nion..Call 1)14.
BlfJStory <i Room House on Saint
■pary's street, beautiful lot 100x140
Rfeet, $2,1000. a biirgain. 7-3 t-p.
■or Hire” Cards For .Jitneys For
■sale at Tribune-Times t Mice.
let Pay Every Day: Distribute 150
■necessary products to established
B.tlsers, Extracts, soaps, food prod-
Kllcts, etc. Worlds largest company
■f%ill back you with surprising plan.
■Write the J. R. Watkins Company.
■|Sppt:. K-3, 231 Johnson Ave.. Now-
Park. X. .1.7-2 t-p.
■Vtr Sale—Nov. 11th ait 10 O’clock—
■ Three horses, 3 cows, two eultiva
■ tors, mowing rack, hay rack, one
■pf-horsc wagon, one buggy, turn
■plows, sjnd all farming tools. Also
■com. roughage and hay. Terms
■ttaash. Bester Strong, on J. B.
■preen*s ’ Farm, Route 0. Concord.
K Auctionger, Charles Barringer.
■Ve Sell beautiful -Pictures, and Easel
■ frames. 'Kidd-Frix Co. (j-3t-p.
lor Rent—One Five-Room House
J apri one six-room house. Phone
K 328 R. P. G. Cook. 14 Simpson.
I Street. 5-4 t-x.
lor Rent—Several Rooms Suitable
IrfJr light house keeping. Reference
Mrs. W. G. Graham,
I near Wluecoff High School.
■V’e Frame ’Em, Large or Small. (We
Kean pictures) Kidd-Frix Co.
Bor Sale or Rent—Large Size Iron
■ safe. Mrs. L. E. Boger. 5-3 t-p.
Bor Sale—One Ford Sedan, One Fort! j
■pouring car and one Ford roadster.
I Easy term's. I!J2 McGill Street,
i -Phone 183. 5-Bt-p.
Ikftcr November 7th We Will Gin
B cotton on Tuesday and Friday of
B each week. Safrit & Best.
I 5-3t-i>. ' *
Bet Cs Ffame That Picture. Kidd
s' Frix Co. ti-3t-p.
Ken's Heavy Leggiits, Strap or Spring
■ style $1.95. Concord Army & Xavy
I Store. 4-4 t-p.
Boys School Slioes With Paiu-o Soles.
p'gl.ilo up. Concord Army & Navy
I Store. i4-4t-p.
English Broadcloth Dress Shirts With
I collars attached. $1.65. Concord
I Army & Navy Store. 4-4 t-p.
Bor Sale—November 10th at 1 o’clock
hoiges, one wagon, harness,
K,plows, harrows, corn planters, eot-
B ton planters, other farmer imple
■ ments. ,r: 1. Crowell. Route 2. Mt.
■ Pleasant. 5-3 t-p.
I Concord s Value Giving Center
I Kj) Special Prices On
I Ladies Fall and
I ill Winter Coats
| lot at $7.95 and $9.95
ft One Lot Fur Trimmed at $14.50
One Lot Fur Tranme dat $18.40
One Lot Fur Trimmed at $22.50
One Lot Fur Trimmed at $24.50
Other Coats Best Quality . . $27.59 to $45.00 .
I Good Assortment of Odors and Styles in Each
For Sale —A Neat 5-Room House on
Isabelle street with lights und wat
er, lot 55x1(i5. A real bargain. One
5- borne- on Elm street. Xice
large lot. Five room house on cor
ner of St. Charles and Houston,
with lights and water, large lot,
terms easy. Two modem built
houses with la rge lots, desir
able. One 7?-room house on Church
street. Two large vacant lots on
South Cnion. Three vacant lots on
East Depot street. Jno. K. Matter
son Jfe Go., Agents. 7-3 t-p.
Wanted — Rooms For Light House
keeping for two people. References
supplied. Address M. X. Dennin
zler, Reid Motor Co. 7-2 t-p.
“TWENTY ACRES AND PLENTY”
Free book tells truth about Flor
ida land; monthly payments $1 per
acre; Orange Groves planted cares I
for 10 per cent, above cost: Sylves
ter E. Wilson, Dept. 1-87, Orlando.
For Sale—Six-room House and Lot
100x142 feet on Pine Street near
Depot street. Very desirable. A
smalllrai-t of land with good build
ings on highway two miles , from
court house. Jno. K. Patterson.
Agent. 7-3 t-p.
Lost—Friday Afternoon Ladies’
small green silk hat. Call 205.
Mel-Bro Lotion—For Pimples. Black
heads. and all facial 'blemishes. At
all drug stores. 11-6-30 t-c.
Miss Ida Mizcura Blunic. Teaeher’of
Piano—has a few vacant periods on
Tuesday. Friday and Saturday.
Persons desiring lessons will please
make application at her home. 45
W. Corbin St., or Phone 257.
Found Several Weeks Ago on Kannap
olis Road, a Hood Tire. Owner can
get possession by paying for ad.
Caldwell & Caldwell Store. Cook's
Real Service in Framing Pictures.
Kidd-Frix Co. (i-3t-p.
For Sale—Pipeless Furnace in Eood
condition. F. J. Haywood.
$5.00 Hats $3.95. Bargains $2.95. Fine
velvet. Miss Brachen. 5-3 t-p.
For Sale—L. C. Smith Typewriter in
good condition. Also roller top
desk. Mrs. L. E. Roger. 5-3 ten.
For Sale—One Four Poor Ford Se
dan. two Dodge touring cars, one
slightly used Dodge coupe. Corl
Motor -Co. 5-3 t-c.
Army Wool Socks 25c Pair. Concord
Army & Navy Store. 4-4 t-p.
Piano Tuning, Revoking and Regu
lation. 44 Loan Street. Phone 471.1.
A. Viola. T 4-4 t-p.
For Scrvico—When in Need of Gas
and oil come to City Filling Sta
tion, lit West Corbin Street. Gus
Widenliouse, Manager. 4-3 t-p.
Boys’ Leather Leggins, $1.45 Paid J
Concord Army & Xavy Store.
Cement and Concrete Work. Get Our
estimate and bid. Brice Slooop &
Co. Phone 161. 27-10 t-p.
Notice Friend: I Am Now With the
lte-d Motor Co.. See me for Ford
products. S. (>. Eddlemau. Reg,
phone 471 R. Office phone 220. u
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I AND about t**e €TTY I
fIfbNDREDS W BIG SCENES IN
"PETER PAN” PROMOTION
Big Famous Forty-Paramount Pic- ]
t urination of Barrie Play.
There ik hardly a man, woman or.
-child in the land who doesn’t know
and love "Peter Pan,” the boy who
wouldn't grow tip.
For the past twenty years this J.
M. Barrie play lias been nothing
short of a sensation cn the legitimate
stage. It has become an institution.
In fact—an institution that shows no
sign of decay.
Barrie, the man with the most
colorful imagination of all England’s
writers, has put into this classic
scenes which could only be hinted at:
in the stage production of the piece.
But oil the screen, it is an entirely
different matter. In the Herbert
Brenon production for Paramount of
the Barrie masterpiece, with Betty
Bronson. Ernest Torrece, Cyril Chad
wick. Virginia Brown Faire, Anna
May Wong and others in the all-star
cast, the underground home of the
Little Lost-Boys, Never Never Land
itself, the Indians, fairies and pi
rates, the Darling home, dog-nurse
and all have been reproduced with
amazing fidelity on the screen.
"Peter Pan," which oi>ens next
Monday at the Star Theatre is a
scene for scene picturizatiou of the
story as the author wrote it. The
pictm-f*- will run for three days.
Herbert Brenon was selected to di
rect the picture because he was the
producer of the first two fantasise the
screen ever knew. Roy Pomeroy.:
who handled the technical end of the
Cecil R.i DeMjlle super-production.
"The Ten Commandments." which
stood the entire industry ou end. is
responsible for the many wierd ef
fects in "Peter Pan."
Esther Ralston. George Ali. Mary
Brian. Pbillipe de Lacey and Jack
Murphy complete the cast of players.
"Peter Pan" was adopted for the
screen, by' Willis Goldbeck.
KIWANIANS AGAIN TAKE
I P MATTER OF HOSPITAL
Musical Program Rendered With Mrs.
Gibson ami Mr. Hall Soloists.—
Mi s. forrell at Piano.
Kiwanialis again took up tile mat
ter of a new hospital for Concord at
their weekly Incheon Friday.
Morrison King, chairman of the
hospital committee appointed by the
club to work in conjunction with
other similar committer's from civic
organizations, made a report in which
he declared that the committee had
perfected an organization and hud
completed plans to have Dr. W. S.
Rankin, of Durham, here to meet with
them at an early date.
Tile program for the day was in
charge of Robert Rideiihour. without
on a musical program. Vocal selec
tions were rendered by Mrs. Grady
Gibson and Albert C. Hall, of Dan
ville. Mrs. Nell Herring Con-ell ac
companied them on the piano.
The attendance prize, a laundry
book, was given by Rob Rideiihour
and was drawn by Mrs. Correll.
Julius Shauers will be in charge
of tile next meeting.
I Sunday School Institute Tomorrow.
The Sunday School Institute for
No. 2 township will be held tomorrow
evening at 7 o'clock at the Fairview
Methodist Protestant Church.
The program for the institute will
be under the direction of department
al secretaries of the County Sunday
Ail Sundity School workers in the
township and oilier interested per
sons are invited, to be present.
me C6N<softts laily tribune
GYPSIES FLED WHEN THE I
KLANSMEN VISITED FAIR'
With Much Chattering and Ado They j
Fie# With Terror Before the White.]
Gypsies do not like robed members
of the Ku Klux Klam This fact :
was definitely established during the
laid Cabarrus County Fair, although
: details have just become public. - >
Visitors to the -fkir remember tfiat
several gypsie fortune-tellers were j
quartered on the midway, while others'
were camped in the woods near t)ie
entrance to the fair grounds. Ev
erything went well with them until
Friday afternoon when robed Klans
men began to mingle with other visi
tors to the grounds.
Then the gypsies got busy. Per-'
sons passiug the tents of the fortune
tellers wondered w’fiat was happening
to cause such chattering and wild ges
tures. The gypsies seemed as wilder
persons. There was terror in their;
eyes and they passed up the chance:
to get any dollars by reading the for
tunes of passers-by.
They were getting away and away :
they got. Just about dusk Friday!
night they drove from the fair
grounds, leaving in their wake a
stream of language that meant noth
ing intelligible to their -hearers but
which indicated terror.
At the entrance gates they were
joined by the several other bands
that had been camping in the woods.
There was no lost motion in the form
ing of the line of march. The drivers
of the cars seemed to know just what
.to do and they were not long doing
it. With a farewell blare of auto
horns and n joyous shout of victory
the gypsies headed south.
And the funny thing about it all is*
that the Klansmen said nothing to’-
them. it is reported. The gypsies
are just naturally afraid of robed tig- ;
ures, and they wouldn’t stay at the
same fair grounds with them.
MINISTERS ASKED TO
SPEAK ABOI T SOLDIERS .
Legion Auxiliary Asks That People
RecalDWar Deeds and Help W ith
Sick at Oteen.
At the recent Legion Convention at
Fayetteville, the Executive Commit
tee approved of the plan of asking
the ministers of the various churches
in each community to remind the
people of the -sick soldiers on the
Sunday nearest Armistice Day.
The ministers of Concord are being
asked, by the Legion Auxiliary, to
say something of the sacrifices which'
the soldiers and nurses made in the
war and speak to the people of their ,
chance to contribute tto the comfort
of these peoeple.
The Legionaires are not asking alms,
they declare, but are allowing the
people a very great privilege. They
want the ministers to tell of the work
which the Auxiliary i- doing in the
ward of nurses at Oteen. Although
their funds are somewhat limited,
they try to send tilings tot those
nurses from time to time.
At Hallowe'en a check was sent to
M : ss Gwaltney. the State Secretary,
with instructions to purchase what
she thought would be most useful.
On other occasions packages have been
shipped from Concord with llhings
that it was thought the sick nurses
Immediately after the war. there
was no trouble about getting tilings
for the disabled. It should not be al
lowed lo stop, say Auxiliary Officers,
because every year there are more
men and women break down as a re
sult of their war experience.
Although tlieir actual expenses are
. paid for at Oteen, still the .govern-
ment cannot furirsli them spending
_ money. They are not even givpn
Anything that is done must come
from tile Rehabilitation Fund which
is used for emergencies and comforts
of the very ill and dying. Therefore,
people are asked to contribute to this
fund. Collections will be taken at
some of the churches, which fund is
to be turned over to this l * nit of
workers to send in as needed.
This work : s to be done next Sun
Music at St. James Chinch ToiAar
I’relnde: Elevation; —Guntmont. Dr.
H. A. Stirewatt organist.
Anthem: Christian the Mail—Shel
' Solo : Repent Ye—Scott—Mr. Al
bert Hall, of Danville.
Ptefude: Trauineral —Schumann
Dr. H. A. Srirewalt.
; Anthem: Father of Heaven —Han-
Flute Solo: Selected —Mr. S. Kay
First Presbyterian Churrli
Sunday, November 8, 11125.
11 a. pi.
Offertorc: Must Jesus Rear the
i Cross Alone? —Havens.
5 p. m. Vespers:
! Organ and l’iano—Selected, Mrs.
: Leslie Correll at piano.
| Male Quartet: Let the Lower
; , Lights Re Ruining—Messrs, ltiden
: i hour, I’aiford. I’aifnrd and White.
Quartette: The Little Church in
, I the Wildwood.
This service will be the last service
in connection with the V. M. C. A.
:' prarey meetings to he held tomorrow,
and the general public is cordially in
11 MRS. .JOHN F. REED, Organist.
Revival Meeting Closes.
The splendid revival at McGill
i Street Baptist Church will close its
services Sunday night. Dr. Whitley
: will preach tonight at 7:80. Sunday
, morning at 11 o'clock uud Sunday eve
uing at 7 o'clock.
One of the most interesting stu
dents at the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology this year is Mrs. Lee
Li Fu Tung, who eame from China:
recently to work for a degree In the
electrical engineering course ut the
aj institute. U,
B jjH Hk: j*
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lam Watters, secretary of the Pitts
burg Pirates, doesn't need to count
Ihe tickets he sells. He just holds
a pa: k to his ear. "riffles” them
quickly—and knows the exact num
ber. He says his ear detects. the
flips of the pasteboards and gives
him the total in. a twentieth ot thb
time he could count the number.
Five Men Go Free When enable to
The l uited States Constitution
eame to’the rescue of five federal
-pr Honers Thursday hnd liberated
them from jail, after they mad spent
30 day- behind the bars, unable to
pay lines for handling liquor.
The.' appeared before Judge .T. W.
Cobb. Fnited States commissioner,
and swore that they were each and
severally unable to raise a* much as
S2O and therefore demanded that
they receive liberty.
Tlie.\ were all convicted in the |
last term of federal court and fined, i
as follows: Henry Masses, fined I
$200: .1. X. Miller fiined $150: Loo ]
Baker. 81 50: and two negro men.
Randolph Medina, $75. and Eddie
Murder of “Dad” Watkins Still Re
mains a Mystery.*
Tin- murder, mutilation and burn
ing of a man near H-re Saturday j
night, thought to have been “Dad"j
Watkins, still remains an unsolved 1
mystery, although energetic work by I
local officers is still going on. Wed- i
ue-dny afternoon the sheriff and j
deputies thought for a short while j
that they were on to something that
would give them a clue, but it turn
ed out a disappointment to them,
l’arti s have been securing the vast
tion north of the city, trying to
find something thup might amount to
"a pointer,” but late Thursday
morning the Sheriff's office reported
"No new developments.”
This exetss of soli stuff, this maud
lin sympathy for murderers and
other evil-doer-, this hysterical ef
fort t,<r save the-u from the penalty
due tjieit- crimes, is responsible in
great' measure for the awful increase
in crime. What this country needs
right’ now is more thought for men
and women who lend honest and up
right lives; more sympathy for men
and women who overcome desire for
evil, and le-> sympathy for criminals.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
1 will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder fur cash, on Tuesday.
November 10th, at 10:30 o’clock, at
my home on tile A. F. I.eiler farm in
No. Isl township, the following per
sonal property :
Two horses, two mares, three milk
rows, one two-horse wagon, one wheat
drill, one grass cutter,, 100 bushels of
cotton seed, a lot of hay and tops, and
tt lot of other farming tools and imple
ments. Terms cash.
L. O. I.EKLER,
Four Miles East of Concord,
Trib. 4 & 7.-p.
ATE TIM FAST
South 'Carolinian Took Black*
Draught For Indigestion, and
Says He Could Soon Bat
Ballentine, S. C.—Mr. W. B.
Bouknight, of this place, gave the
•following account of <iis use of
“Just after I married I had Indi
gestion. Working out, I got In the
habit Os eating fast, for which l
soon paid by having a tight, bloated
feeling after meals. This made me
very uncomfortable. I would feel
stupid and drowsy, didn’t feel like
working. I was* told It was indl
gestion. Soqje one recommended
Black-Draught and I took it after
meals. I soon could <*t anything
“I use It for cold* and bilious
ness and it will knoek out a cold
and caTry away the bile better and
quicker than any liver medicine I
Eating too fast, too mnch, or
faulty chewing of your food, often
causes discomfort after meals. A
pinch of Black-Draught, washed
down with a swallow of water, will
beln to bring prompt relief. Bloat
ef^ lensatiops, eructations, bad
brwcfc tnd other common symptoms
of indigestion have disappeared
after -Black-Draught has been taken
for several days. NC-164
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• Citizens Bank and TrusjL Company
* Concord C* , } "
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
CHAS/B. WAGONER, President C. U PROPST, Cashier J
A. F. GOODMAN, Vke President BOYD DIGGERS Asst. DaAhr
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M. ii MARSH E. C. EARNHARDT GEO. L. PATTORSHN
P. F. STALLINGS W. D. PEMBERTON J. F.'GOODMAN
A. F. GOODMAN A. N. JAMES A. R. HOWARD
CHAB. M. IVEY B. L. UMBERGER CHAS. B. WAGONER
T. N. SPENCER , F. C. NIBLOCK
We leftd money on approved security.
THE HOME OF / We receive deposits subject to chedc.. j"
GOOD BANKING We issue Certificates of Deposit bearing four per cent. -
i. . interest ?
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Molds Fire Over Might
iOn cold, winter mornings—a quick shake—an x
open draft—and almost immediately the heat Doublc seamw! steel bod,es
i - j. , f . , , and machine-fitted dodrs.
j begins to radiate. ' In 111 st a few minutes there s .... ~ ~ ~
1 / Air-tight, stay tight, and hold
j a warm room to dress inowhere LOTH’S HOT- the fi re%
l BLAST is the selected heater. *
A "big-enough“ heater burnl
J Let us show you how to have more he; ring up less coal than the one
comfort with little attention and less fuel, ‘'tco jmdll" Be sure f» get. ..
with LOTH’S HOT-BLAST, d6wn-draft v one hi s> en ™? h t 0 do v> ur
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
10 Dajr, Free Trial of a"
Gas Room Heater
Think what aft opportunity! Right now when mornings and evening,s arc
sharp, when coming days will be cold and rainy and dismal, we install a
grand new gas heater in your home, connect ft free and feaVe it right there
for you to use 10 days!
HEATERS I?OR HOMES WITH OR WITHOUT FIREPLACE .
Heaters for" bedroom,'bath, living room, or dining room. Come to the
. store and see the many new styles. Make application for FREE TRIAL IN
' STALLATION at onqe as we’ll have many requests for them, and only a
limited number of heaters will be sent out. v. ,' ' <
•PHONE 143 TODAY - , . ‘..
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Concord & Kannapolis Gas Company
“If Its Done With Heat, you can do it Better with GAS”
I I .1 i| ... »F' Mil 4**
THUS MB TRIBUNE PENNY EDS. W GET RESULTS
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Satorßay, Nov. 7, '