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Hpte.i Haribal, above, and she ap-
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WOMEN GIN FOR
■ SENATOR \\. 0. HEATH
mYoinen, lo Bear “Sitting Bull of the
■ Legislature" on His Own Hunting
Kjßaloigfi. Nov. (!. —Word coming
Ht-women voters is sharpening its
Httnahawk for the legislative scalp of
Hbnaior W. (*. Heath, "Sitting Bull"
K the test two general assemblies,
■iS aroirso.l the interest of local
Bolitiealiom, which wonders what
Bte "heap big injun" will do now.
WThe senator, who comes upon the
■Bhriouet of "Sitting Bull 1 ’ by pos-
Kjteion pf a profile and posture which
Hte old^chieftain himself might be
Hhoud to own. was an ardent and
Ktive rffititoward most of the nteas
■r«-» foflered by the women during
■he laet- two sessions of the legisla
ture. And, being one who spoke
■ften and openly, the major got
Bimscif in bad with the women’s
■:And now. aceordiug to the report
mom Union, the league is getting
Beady to put on a war dance in next
Spring's "primary and beard old "Sit-
Bing Bull” on his own hunting
■ronuds. The I'nioin people hear
■hat speakers are to he sent into the
■Sunty ajid the woods shelled and the
Bmliticnl scalp of the "injun" hung
But. for exhibition'.
■ The Italy comment, sent to Ra
leigh by, "Sitting Bull." who has
Beard the news, is an emphatic "hot
Blog." bi*f he's calling the braves and
a terrible war whoop.
S Hot Dog!
I What/is a hot dog? Well, it is
Inostly hull; bull meat mixed with
Bork. highly spiced, steam cooked and
Bjmoked "over hickory smoke. It
Brigimitgd in Bologna. Spain. so
Kong ago that only the main facts
■any be recalled. They used to
■laughter an enormous number of
Bulls in the arenas of Spain in days
Brhen bullfighting was more popular
Bnd more brutal than it is today.
B It looked like a great economic
■rime to see so much prize beef
Basted. But nobody wanted bull
Beef just so; bulls are (ought and not
Bp delicious as cows and sters are.
B. butcher in Bologna had an idea
Bud bought bulls that were killed in
■he bull ring and made the meat into
K sausage, mixed with pork and
fcighlv seasoned. Bologna sausage ap
pealed to the popular taste.
■/German borrowed the formula, put
Hie same sausage mixture into small
casings and Bologna became “Frank
fctrter” in Frankfort and "Weenie"
Ht Vienna. Coney Island gave it the
p|une of hot dog and popularized it.
I One stand in Coney Island that
Bis been selling hot dogs for half a
Btntury is reputed to have a -ale of
Bre to ten tons of Frankfurters a
Bty in the busy season. Somebody
Bht to sell a lot of 'em to get rid of
Hit 400 million pounds a year.
HB&U can't travel very far on lame
RiOTHE OF SALE OF STREET
ICAR SYSTEM FOB NON PAY-
P MENT OF STREET PAV-
Kg : ; ING ASSESSMENTS.
■/Notice is hereby given that the un
■Ksigned Tax Collector for the City
Bte'onl. N. C., will sell at Public
Hut ion at the Court Houifb Door in
Bpntord, N. C. at 11 o'clock A. M.. on
Hhnday the 7th day of December,
Wm to the highest bidder for cash
following described property :
t’The franchise granted by the City
HCOncord and all property, real and
Hjijtmal of the Street Railway Sys
gbn in the City of Concord listed in
Ht nime of the North Carolina Pub
■; Service Company. Said proper-
Hjponsists of One lot and car barn
• South side of West Depot I
■reet in Ward No. 4 of the City of
Hgicord, all street cars, dynamos,
King, poles, tracks, trolleys, and all
property used in connection
■Mb* the operation of the Street Car
■tom of the City.
■PShe amount of street assessment .
Hi due and unpaid, with cost and in-
Ht is .$33,853.86.
gNo bM will be received unless suf-
H|Wt in amount to discharge all the
■gfca due together with all costs and
Hemes of aale. *
V OHAS. N. FIELD,
Bt* Collector for City of Concord,
Igwks. lt-wk. N. O.
CRUCIAL WEEK AT HAND
Ford Coupe Special Prize
Purchased From Reid Motor Co.
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Because of the addition of the Ford Coupe special prize, pictured above,
to the already large list of gifts in The Tribune-Times campaign, in the third
and fourth, the last two periods of this now famous prize offer, these final
days have been made most important to.candidates. One of those fateful last
three weeks has passed and there now remains but one short week in ■»
the third period, which ends Saturday night, November 14th, at midnight.
That date will also witness the inauguration of the smallest vote schedule of
the entire campaign and the cutting in half of points which are being given
on NEW subscriptions on the Ford Coupe. You can probably figure out for
yourself, then, the truth of the statement that the coming week is the most
crucial to the fortunes of contestants. To weaken now will be fatal to any
contender, while on the other hand, a good lead in votes and points after a
week from tonight, will be to place yourself among the happy prize winners
at the end, \yhich comes at 10 o'clock on Saturday night, November 21st.
Any candidate stands to win two automobiles or any of the original capital
prizes as well as the Ford Coupe between now and the final ho.ur of the cam
paign. If it is worth while, then we say go after it, and make these final days
of this genuine opportunity what you have hoped to make it.
10-ORIGINAL CAPITAL PRIZES-10
s2llO Buick Brougham
sl6lO Studebaker Phaeton $1335 Hudson P«^h
$938 Chevrolet Sedan
Three S2OO Cash Prizes Three SIOO Cash Prizes
10 Per Cent. Coimnissio nto All Active Non-Prize Winners Paid
How Points WiU Count
New subscriptions to The Tribune or Times will count points toward the winning
score of the Ford Coupe Special Prize, according to the schedule below, which, you will v
notice, decreases by one-half between the.third and fourth periods:
TO THE TIMES TO THE TRIBUNE / '
3rd Period 4th Period 3rd Period 4th Period
1 Year 11-2 3 1 1-2
2 Years 2 16 3
3 Years 3 1 1-2 9 4 1-2
4 Years 4 2 12 ' 6
5 Years 5 2 1-2 15 7 1-2
It is to be understood that all business, both old and new, done in these final two
periods, will count regular votes under the original schedule and for the original prizes, ac
cording to the period it is reported under. However, THE NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
. * SO COUNT POINTS ON THE FORD COUPE SPECIAL PRIZE ACCORDING TO
THE SCHEDULE ABOVE.
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WIN IN THE NEXT PEW DAYS
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Saturday, Na'v. 7, 1925
FAlfOrS NORTH CAROLINIANS
The governors of seven Southern
staten were “recently ask*) to -nomi
nate “lijits of statesmen, noMters.
jurists and public lets whose services
to tbetr states are remembered as
worthy of every dignity,” and from
nomination names were selected for
Pii.ithan cars on the magnificent
Cresoent. Limited train between New
York and New Orleans.
It is interesting to note for a
motor lit the five names selected from
North Carolina, and brief sketches of
these men as given in a folder is- i
sued by the Southern Railway svs- *
The North Carolinians named, it *
may be said in the beginning, were* '
Wjfllnm Davidson, Thomas .Ruffin,
John M. Morebend, Zebulon It.
Vance and Robert F. Hoke.
_ Especially because many North /
Carolinians themselves know less /
tlieh they should about the lives and/
career* of those chosen from this
stntae. the sketches as printed in the
railway company’s folder fot.ow:
Davidson, William (1746-1781),
of North Carolina, was born in
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, re
moved to North Carolina with ', his
father in 1750, was educated * at
Queen’s Museum, afterwards Liberty
Bail, in Charlotte, N. C. At the, be
ginning of the Revolution he wall ap
pointed a Major in one of the first
regiments raised in North Carolina
aim took the field a few weeks later
with the rank of Brigadier Geneaal.
He was illed at the battle of Cowan’s .
Ford, N. C„ February; 1, 1781.
Davidson College in Nbrlh Carolina
U named in his honor.' '
Ruffin, Thomas (1757-1870), of
North Carolina, was .bairn in King
and Queen County, Virginia, was
educated at Princeton University,
studied law and removed to Hills
boro, North Carolina, in 1807. He
served in the North Carolina legisla
ture in 1813-10, was Judge of the
State Supreme Court, 1816-18, and
Chief Justice of that Court, 1829-52,
and 1850-58- He died in Hillsboro. .
Morehead. John Motley (170*1-
1806,), of North Carolina, was born
in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, re
moved to North Carolina, was edu
cated' at the University of North
Carolina, studied law and acquired a
largo practice. He served iu the
North Carolina legis.ature and was
Governor of that State. 1841-45. In
1848 he was president of the Nation
al Whig Convention that nominated
Gen. Zachary Taylor for President.
He died at Rockbridge Alum Springs,
Vance, Zebulon Baird (1830-1894)
of North Carolina, \vas born In Bun
combe County. North Carolina, was
educated at the University of North
Carolina, studied law, established
himself at Asheville, N. C., was
chosen county solicitor and in 1854
elected to the legislature. Ho was
elected to Congress in 1858. At the
beginning of the War between the
States he was appointed Colonel of
the 26th North Carolina Regiment.
In 1862 he was' elected Governor.
When the United States trqop oc
cupied. North Carolina lie was ar
reateO’-'and for several* week* con
fined in a prison at. Washington. In
1870 he wa# elected United .States
Senator, but was not allowed to take
his seat. He was elected Governor
in 1876, and United States Senator
in 1879, serving until 1894, when he
died in Washington City.
Hoke, Robert Frederick (1837-
1912), of North Carolina, was born
at Lincolntoin, North Carolina, was
educated at the Kentucky Military
Institute and in 1861 was commis
sioned a Lieutenant in the First
North Carolina Regiment, Confeder
ate States Army, rising to the rank
of Major General in 1861. After the
war he lived in Raleigh, N. C.
One thing that is striking in con
nection with the above sketches is
that facts about the lives of those
men, distinguished as they were, are
not known to the extent tha't they
should' be by North Carolinians gen
We have not only neglected too
much the matter of honoring onr
great meh of the past with suitable
memorials, but many of us huve
neglected to get the information nnd
inspiration of us have neglected to
get the information and inspiration
that would come from a study of
TbU is a matter that ought to
have a larger degree of public at
tention, in the schools and elsewhere.
Memphis reports largo* demand.
from New England, New York state
and Carolina mills both for high and
low grade cotton. In protesting pro
posed operation on full time Federa
tion of Master Cotton Spinners' As
sociation. Manchester, Englaifdg, says
demand for American yarns is insuf
ficient to warrant even the presetn
schedule. Cairo, Egypt, cable to- the
American says Egyptian government
has decided to restrict area under
cultivation for cotton to one-third
present acreage. Combined lot® of
Fergson McKinney Manufacturing
Complhy and Carleton Dry,Goods
Company, of St. Louis, are estimated
by creditors at approximately *7,750,-
Rains fell yesterday over pUins
states, middle and west gulf states,
the Missouri, lower Qljio and middle .
and upper Missiassippi valley and up
per lake region and rains and buows
over middle Rocky Mountain region.
Warmer weather prevailed- in west
gulf states, cooler over plains states
and Rocky Mountain' region, outlook
is, for rain today in east gulf states
and rain tomorrow in Atlantic states
jnd rain today changing to snow on
Friday ill lower lake region. "Fair
weather forecast for southwest except
part cloudy with local rains in Ar
kansas. Temperatures will rise to
day in interior Atlantic and east
gulf states. Colder weather fore
cast Friday in east gulf states and in
terior South Atlantic states.
Prsdnnciatioo of "CaUrs.”
Qua. How is the last name of the
president of Mexico pronounced?
Ana- The surname of President Plii-'
tarco Calles is pronounced ‘Cahl-yes,’
the fleet syllable being accented. •
The American Beauty ram hat been
ae Meted as the official flower of the *■
District of Columbia.