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[ October 31st, 1925—thin u the
birthday of John Thomas Wyatt, and
j this is his birthday letter. He writes
one every year and tells what hap- [
pens ?n this day. He went to S^iis-1
bury and was treated to one of the 1
best birthday dinners we ever had at
the Kmpire Hotel. This was our
first meal there Since the hotel was re
modeled and chanced hands and is now
one of the finest hotels to be found in i
North Carolina. Many people were
taking dinner there all over the large
fine dining room. He had a talk with
nearly all of them and got some of
their names. Some told us they were
passing through on the way to Flor
ida and just stopped, in for dinner.
Here are the names of some of them
we got: M. E. > Huebel, Pittsburgh,
Pa.; *J. J. MoLoughlm, Pittsburgh,
1%., J. C. Harkey, Salisbury, N. C.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Welch, Salisbury’s
milliner; H. S. Richardson, Greens
boro ; Mary Emond Syracure, N. Y.;
: J. I). La we, Coltimbus, Miss.; T. O.
Deepuy, Greensboro, and several oth
ers whose names we did not get. >• J.j
C. Small, the steward, is a fine young'
man. He showed us over the eookiqg
departments Mr. T. H. Holt, the pro
prietor, is a fine, clever gentleman.
Here are some more names of people
taking dinner at the Hotel: Alvin T.
Rowe, Jr., London, Englaml: Miss
Katharine Porter, Davidson, N. O.;
James F. -Hodge, Greensboro. No
wonder so, many people stop over for
dinner on-tbeir way to Florida. They
bave so many good/ things to eat and
such a flue large dining room and some
of-the prettiest girls to wait on the
guests you ever saw. When you want
n square meal go to the Empire Hotel,
. Salisbury, on the National Highway.
We are having cold weather here
A Ketchie's barber shop we got a
THE CONCO&a DAILY tpIBUNE
shave by R. Garrison, one of the
beßt barbers in North Carolina, and
in Mr. Lowder’s chair was a pretty
girl getting her hair trimmed and two
ethers waiting. Th«?y would not write
their names In our book. We got on
our birthday two beautiful birthday
cards in envelopes. Here is what is
jn-inted on one: “A Happy Birthday.
, Here’s to a happy birthday with just
i a line to s4y I'm sending loads of :
I wishes and. happiest thoughts your
way. From several readers of Venus’
items in The Salisbury Post.” And '
here is what is printed on the other
card: “Wishing _you with all my
heart a happy birthday.” And here
is what is written with pen and ink: I
‘‘Ruth Torrence, Gastonia, N. C.”
Phil ,H. Palmer, hotel clerk at the
Empire, sent Venus a beautiful card
Hallowe’en Greetings. One man who
lives on N. Green St., Salisbury, gave
us one dollar for a jar of eczema cure.
We met Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Stew
art, of Cleveland, N. C., Route 2, in
Salisbury with a fine lot of turnips
for sale. One of Rowan county’s big
farmers. He gave us some money to
have the SaHebhry Evening Post sent
to him so they could read the items by
Venus. They invited us to come to
see them some time.
We met Rev. W. G. Cobb, of Salem,
Church in Salisbury. •’
We met Mr. R. A. Petyol, who jifnt
came from Virginia to go to work on
the Evening Post and no doubt he
will set up these items on liis Lino
At Feldman's store we saw Miss
1 Margaret Lyerly and Miss Mary
Kimball, cashier and several other
' pretty girl.clerks as busy as bees
waiting on the people.
These items arc what has, happened
1 on our birthday, October 31st. . ;
Rev. and Mrs. .T. D. Andrews went
back to their old home town. Great
Falls. N. C., to the big Dixon reunion.
’ Mr. Simon Dixon, the oldest man
there, uncovered a beautiful tombstone
made of a fine millrock.
Faith public school started October
Bth, 1925, with Miss Odella Cauble as
, the sixth grade teacher. She sure is
a good teacher. Miss Eula Belle
Fink, Hiss Helen Jones, Miss Eliz
abeth McCombs, Mr. Robert Andrews,
all go to Salisbury every clay . Miss
Fink. Mies Jones and Mr. Andrew
go to the high school and Miss Mc-
Combs to tne new Catawba College.
CONCORD ROUTE .THREE.
We are haviug plenty of rain now,
and flic farmers are glad to see it.
We are also having some cold weather.
We Ire not so fond of it.
Mr. Marvin Moore spent last Sat
urday night ami Sunday in Spencer.
He reports a nice time.
Paul Barahardt spent Saturday
night with Charley Edgison. They
spent Sunday in Kannapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. R. 1,. Christy spent
Sunday in Kannapolis.
Air. and Airs. J. W. Odom, of
Wadesboro, are visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Airs, D. M. Dry.
Mrs. JCaitT Reinhardt is quite sick
it this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. <’. Yow have mov- (
ed to Concord to make their home.
A ten days' revival meeting is in
progress nt the Midland Baptist
A crowd of Stanfield boys spent one
night last week trying to catch a
e on. Coons arc hard* to catch in
Stanly county. But they said they
A. .J. Love and son, Alump, wet-e
iij Stanfield Friday.
Alost of the farmers in this vicin
ity have finished sowing small grain.
Those who have not will wait another
year* probably, for there has been
almost a steady downpour of rain for
A large crowd attended the funeral
and burial of Joe M. Easley at Locust
Baptist Church. Alticli sympathy is
felt, for the young wife and other rel
Artie Eudy is building a pretty cot
tage for himself on the Atidland-Stau
ficld road. j
The public road from the Stanly
line to the Coneord-Monroe highway
is being put in fine-shape. This \viil
make a good outlet' for Western Stan
ly folks to go to Concord, where, they
like to go anyway.
Poeople were praying for rain a few
weeks ago. We suppose that if it
rains as it did Sunday and Sunday
night the people will he praying for it
not to rain.
Tile cotton picking for Route 7 and
White Hall is about finished for 1925.
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Use Only the i [
i Mr. and Mrs. Forest Russell and!
son, Harlin. were visitors of Mr. and |
Mrs. R. 0- Christenbury Sunday;
night. r |
Basketball- keeps the high, school |
boy* and girls interested at'White’
Roy Ohristeabury, of Route 7, was
a Sunday aftertioon Visitor at the I
home of Mr. Marvin Blafkwelder. j
; Forrest Russell, of Route-7, spent!
Bundai|at the home of Mr. R. A. Rus
sell near the Rartsell Mill.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrison and
sdn, Archie Jr„ of Salisbury, were
visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. <). ('hristenbury on Route 7.
| "Master Bobbie Lee Harrison re
! turned to his home in Salisbury Sun
-1 (lay after spending a few months with
his grandparents, Mr. und Mrs. R. O.
Christ enbury. ,
The AVhite Hall Literary Society
met Friday. October 30th, 1925. The
following officers were elected to serve,
for the following month: Steven Alen
ins. president; Lloyd Garmon, vice
president : Miss Kate Bost, secretary
Uiul treasurer? Hiss Nettie Litaker,
miss Grace Kiser and Miss Irene Alen
jus program committee; Roy Chris-1
itenhury as critic. The society ad
journed to meet on Friday, Npvember!
7, 1925. The debate will be as fol-1
lows: Resolved, that the country is j
jbetter than the city as sy place for a |
efi- to grow up. The affirmative
will upheld by Miss A’iola Sides and I
. pOl < 'hristenbury ; while the negative
Nvill be defended by Aliss Dollie Me-'
, Donald and Miss Lucille Barbee.
Charles Carpenter, of Route 3, for
. merly o t'Route #, was a visitor at
i tne aome of Aliss Ruth Moneycutt, in
Coin old. recently. 1
Come on, all you correspondents.
School has already begun and we
know you can get plenty to v \vrite. So
let’s gel down to work and get some
thing real good for The Times and
- Tribune. If we are going to have
i good items we must work to get them.
i We I ave jiad a few good rains dur
-1 ing the past few days, which were
' very much ucojled.
Tin- farniCTs of our community are
1 busy plowing and sowing wheat.
Our pastor left Tuesday night for
conference accompanied by the
gate. W. B. Smith.
Tin- ladies aid Society met with
Mrs. Z. D. Cochrane last Friday night.
There will be a Sunday school in
, stitutc held at the Roberta Alethodist
. Protestant Church Sunday night be
. ginning at 5 o’clock. Everybody is
invited to come, as we are expecting
- some good singing and splendid ad
. dresses oil the different phases of the
Sunday school work. Remember the
' date. Sunday night, November Bth.
' Airs. Alary Cagle has moved from Har
risburg into our village.
; The mill is still running on short
time on account of low later. v We
hope it will soon start up oil full time.
Our people seemed to enjoy the
Hallowe'en night to the fullest extent.
I A crowd put on their costumes and
paid several homes visits and made
music for them on the guitar.
: We. suppose Venus had a. nice .time
Hallowe'en, as it was his birthday.
AVe have a family i,n our village
that lias six children whose birthdays
i are in October. Two of them the
: 31st. Still they are not twins. If
.on can beat that for birthdays, in
■ one month let’s hear from you.
i Airs. W. J. McLaughlin passed to
i her reward last Friday morning about
• 11:30 o’clock. Funeral services were
held at- the Patterson Ali]l Presbyters
v. ian • Church, The remains were car
ried, to the cemetery at Bat-1: Creek
• church and there laid to rest. She
. was a good woman loved by all who
■ knew her. Tile bet-caved family has
i our sympathy.
Come on route seven with your
items. \Ve like to read them. ,
I SWEET DREAMS.
HARRISBURG ROUTE 3.
We are thankful for the rain we
Airs. Mattie Wiggins lias returned
home from the hospital.
Mrs. Sarah Oehler has been sick.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Beard spent
EtfBRETT TRUE BY CONDO 1
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ST<AMT>/Af2.iPS IN ?OLITI C?? %
JHAt/e. BeeN ((
Washington, Nov. 6—The Nicholas i
Longworths' home promises to be the 1
I social center of Washington this com- i
lng winter. The Longworths’ enter- 1
tninments have long been famous. '
They're not ostentatious, but they have *
the toucl!. pre-emiuently. of “quality” *
—the sort of thing that eau't be come j]
by except naturally.
* * *
One of Washington's social weak
nesses is that invitations are sent out
, mostly on an official basis. Guests
are guests, in the main, not because
they have charm, accomplishments to
their credit, personality, brains, some
. thing to contribute to an occasion's
interest and vivacity—but because
they're "somebody" in the f'ongres
But-Mrs. Longworth won't be bor
ed by dull people. One is asked to
her house on account of worthwhile
| characteristics. Her parties seiu-
I tillate,' invariably. The country's real
I statesmen, its scientists, its first-class
i men cf letters, its big business men
! who khow something besides business,
those who have achieved or bid fu : r
.to do is the group the late
Colonel Roosevelt's daughter gathers
Nicholas Jxmgworth isn’t over- <
shadowed by his brilliant wife. Bril
liant himself, the pair are perfectly i 1
complementary. Officially, a con- <j
gressman is no great fig'ure in Wash- ]l
ington. but Congressman Longworth i!
always has been, by virtue of bis gen- 1
nine ab'lity, nimble wit and attract- ,
ive personhlity. Now. as speaker of <
the House of Representatives, he steps ]
into a position generally placed next <[
to the president's in political import- J
** * !
The Longwortks will open their 1
big new house in Massachuseets ave- ,
ntie late in November. Yes, their '<
new house. Their old one, in M j
street, had no yard for little Paulina 1
to play in. That's why they say they
moved, but maybe they had also in j
. aniud an extra room in which to dis
charge increased social obligations in- .
cidental to the speakership.
last Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Roderick Beard, of Cornelius.
There was a Hallowe'en party at
Mallard Creek sehoolhouse last Fri
Mrs. Lizzie Burnett spent Saturday
with Mrs. Cora Christenbury.
Mrs. Jack Stowe returned home
from tile-hospital last Saturday. 1
Mrs. Joe Haines, Mrs. Dave Bar- |
nett, and Mrs. Ed Christenbury spent i
Saturday evening with Miss Lizzie £
Hunter and Mrs. T. S. Beard.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart spent the, jj
week-end with Mrs. Harkey.
A mad dog went tlirougu here Mon- *
day evening late, according to later
reports the. dog was all around Will -
Rumple's, Peeler Rodgers’, and Chgs. ;
Beavers', b : tiug their dogs and prob
ably lots of others. We have not
yet heard of the dog being killed but
we hope it is.
Mrs. C. A. Beaver, who was recent- j
ly taken to the hospital, is doing fine. )
The rain has been very much appre- j
ciated around here. We hope the !
mills will be able now to operate on 1
full time. Plows and tractors will get ]
busy now. for most, of the grain crop j
is yet to be planted.
Mrs. Dora Cpriglit has returned to j
her home in Davidson, after spending
two weeks with her son, C. C. I p- j
H. H. Upright is having his corn j
shredded today: BUSY BEE. (
127.50 $27.50 ■
Saves one-third on fuel—burns the
gasses, and smoke, most of which us
ually goes up the chimney. Ash pans
to catch the ashes. Shake the grate
without' openihg the ash pit door.
Loths Hot Blast Special Sale at
Yorke- & Wadsworth Co, 2-(j-t2e.
FANCY DRY GOODS WOMEN'S WEA*
j Satisfaction for” ' j
:] * a Little Money ’
I . A Whole Lot of
Here is an oxford that is exactly right, search the world over, you ■;s
it won’t find a more comfortable and likable shoe for daily wear. They .£!
"| are soft and pliable and snug fitting through the heel and arch be
ij cause they are specially lasted. We are showing these in both black
:| *“■ “* $4.0 0™ $5.50
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES” [ j
| FEEDS AND MORE FEEDS 1
Chowder for your liens
Cow Chow for your cows
Omolin for your horses and mules
Pig Chow soy your hogs
£ We carry groceries of most anything to eat. X...
PHONE 122 ‘
CASH FEED STORE
jj WHERE QUALITY COUNTS
ANNOUNCEMEOT*"' , ''" ,, ”I
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th
Swift & Company
fine of the largest meat and produce packers in the United
I States, will have a counter in our store on which they will
display a full line of their products at attractive prices. - :.
One of theit representatives will have charge of the
sale of these products, but we have arranged with them
to make deliveries and carry accounts for our customers. ' :
Don't fail to take advantage of this BIG ADVERTIS
ING OFFER OF THEIRS.
C. H. BARRIER & CO.
IDELCO LIGHT I
Light Plants and Batteries
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
nating current and Washing Machines for Direct or Al
R. H. OWEN, Agent
--Phone 669 Concord, N. C.
Above Floor Fumade |
At last a furnace has been designed to be
placed above the floor, 1 his is tile solu
tion i.i the heating problem for small home _ y ”
owners. No longer is it liecessarv to vvor
\ou mu) have a furnace without the ex
pense ol a basement.
ALLEN’S PARLOR FURNACE ,
No room heater can compare with this cr
wonderful new Furnace above the floor, which heats by moist
air circulation. Come by and sec it.
' .. 1 ' |
This invention is the latest development in the stove indus- *
try. Come by and sec it even if you do not intend to buy. Let ‘ ,
us explain how it works. -
H. B. WILKINSON
Out of the High Rent District ,
Concord, Kannapolis Mooresville China Grove
I<• CYLINDER REBORING
We have installed a ltottler Reboring machine so that we can re- Hrt
j bore the cylinders of cars and fit new pistons, rings and wrist pins H
| without removing the motor from the frame, thereby saving a large ji ■ |
”} labor charge. Just give us a trial and convince yourself. ) )
We carry a full line of Goodrich. [Tires, Tubes. I’jstou Kings and B'
] l’ins, Kusco brake lining. Sparton %nrns. Prest-O-LUe Butteries, 11:
,! Whiz Auto Soap and Folish and (ierttiine Ford Farts. y
STIDKBAKKR SALES AM) HKRVICE * 0
I Auto Supply Co.