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! PENNY COLUMN
HBBWSBM.VN WANTED—DIN IKU 1
II BBSMffigEXTATIVE TO ESTAB
HiK WITH DEALERS OK
S«H)LT DOWER AND LIGHT
»FLANT*. DJEDMONT NORTH
||HKftm,lNA TERRITORY UER-
■Placing account, sales
■van own car.
fH§£«FK -STATING sales ex
■piGXlT. AHE AND REFER
■PSCRR „ ADDRESS KOHLER.
KcAHE TRIBUNE. 21 It p.
Hwbnty acres and plenty—
booY tells truth about Florida
Mp|h»nge Droves planted cared for 10
■ per emit. above cost; Sylvester E.
Dept. N-ST. Orlando. Fla.
Hffanted—Women to Make Money in
Hpt of full time. Write iiuinedi-
Bptely for full particulars. Romance
Oeueral (1. O. Box .‘H!S.
8,-Brooklyn. N. Y.
Kunl—Sample Case. Owner Can
■pget stvme by paying for this ad. and
at home of .1. D. H. Isen-
Hpiour. North Fniou street. 21-ts.
Bost a Brown Leather Traveling Bag
Bpbetiveen Harrisburg and Concord.
MP-Ft'klav evening. I’ag contains
Bfclothing. students' report anil bank
Hroaok with my name. Reward if re-
to Tribune office or to Mar-
Kpgaret Litaker. Baldwins Service
KStation. Harrisburg. N. C.
B 21-2 t-p.
Hpr Sale—One Duroe Boar and Two
Hlfiiroc soys, three months old.
H|pttre bred. C. S. Thompson. Route
§ 3, Gold Hill. 21-4 t-p.
■Re Are Offering tlie Click Farm in
BKo. 5 Township e-outaining 51 1-2
acres with two dwellings large barn
B »ml outbuildings at a very low
■I price. If you are interested in buy-
H ing a splendid farm at a real bar
■ gain don't fail to see ns at once.
H|jno. K. Patterson. Agent. 20-2 t-p.
■Get Married on the stage at The Con-
Rfgord Theatre Monday night at nine
■'' o’clock. AY'ill pay all fees and pre
■ sent the couple with a nice gift.
BVPoncord Theatre. ID-.’it-*-.
Bor Sale—Ford Roadster in Good
E[ condition. Ilupiire at Tribune Of
■ ' fice. l(i-tf-e.
■V COBB WISHES HE
I HAD GONE TO COLLEGE
■ls One of the Rregrets of His Life
B-He Tells. Murphy School Crowd.
H Murphy. “N( v IS. 'One of tlie re-
Brefs of my .life is that I did not get
Ei college education." said Tyros Cobh,
■world famous baseball player, in
■Speaking t <S Murphy school children
l had it to do over I would
■prego baseball for education," liecon
■'tmed. Mj. ('obb is a very modest
said, when aske,| to speak to
■he assembled school that lie would
Bather face Walter Johnson on a
Bloody day,..Phan the five hundred
Bighool children in the Murphy school.
Cobb told the school children
Bhat they had a title npportunity for
■Staring ail education even better than
■n the cities for there were not so
detractions. As proof of liis be
■frf *" his statement, he is fliis year
■biding his.pon to school here. He
■a in the third grade and lives with
Bn aunt of his father. Mrs. Nora
Bi bite, who is a teacher in tin*
Blurphy liigli school.
Cobh told his hearers that it
Hpls fine to lie an athlete but that
Httilletii-s should be subordinated to
Bentai training. In speaking more
BprU-C. to) the boys he advised them
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the Needs of the Entire Family §
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. Get Par 1 Every Day: Distribute ltt
necessary pnaiucts to established
users. Extracts, soaps, food prod
ucts, etc. World’s largest company
. will back you with surprismg plan.
Write the .1. It. Watkins Company,
Dept. K-3. 231 Johnson Ave„ New
| ark. X. -I. . 21-2 t-p.
Pape; hell Pecan Trees For Sale. Ear
ly bearing trees. World’s largest
' pecan nursery. Quality and satis
faction guaranteed. Write for cat
alogue. Bass Pecan Company, Lmn
berton. Miss. 21-lt-p.
For Sale—Ford Coupe in Good Con
dition. Price $l5O. Inquire at
Tribune Office. 10-ts-e.
Vegetables for the Week-End—Fresh
tomatoes, caulifiower. b r u s s e 1
sprouts. Rhubarb. Spanish onions,
turnips, peppers, turnip greens,
carrots, yellow sweet potaoes, ice
berg lettuce and celery. Dove-
Bost Co. 20-2 t-p.
For Sale—Berkshire Barrow Pigs.
Get your supply. A. H. I.ituker,
Route 5, Concord. l!)-3tp.
Wanted—Three or Four Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. H.
B. Phillips at F. W. Woolworth Co.
Heated Furnished Rooms For Rent.
Desirably residential section. Phone
Don’t Forget that We Will Give 10
per cent, discount for cash with or
der for Engraved Christmas Cards
received before December Ist. We
have in stock a beautiful new line
of these cards. Cull and see them. •
Orders delivered within a fewj
hours after receipt. ts.
Mel-Bro Lotion—For Pimples. Black
heads. and all facial blemishes. At
all drug stores. 11-6-30 t-c.
For Sale—“For Hire” Cards For Jit
neys, at Tribune-Times office, 10
cents each. 17-ts.
not to use t ffineeo in any form or do
I anything that would impair their
physical growth as this would impair
■ their mental growth.
The famous manager of the De
troit Tigers is visiting relatives in
Cherokee county. He was born in
this section and lias manv relatives
1 Mr. Cobb said that the roads of
North Carolina had pushed her far
ahead of most states and that (he
schools were following suit. They go
hand in hand, lie stated. He pre
dicted that business men would be at
tracted to tile state because of the
good roads and schools.
J. L. Nelson. Prominent Man of Le
noir. Is Hurt by Car.
Lenoir. Nov. 20.—.1. 1,. Nelson,
i prominent business mail aipi cotton
I manufacture, had his left arm broken
just below the elbow last night about
■ 7:30 o'clock when he was hit by an
' toutomiblc. Mr. Nelson was cross
ing the public square. An automo
i bile driven by Jim Deal bit him.
' knocking him down and causing his
arm to be broken. Mr. ileal is very
much"grieved over the accident and
says that he did net see Mr. Nelson
when he was crossing tin* square.
1 The injured man was resting very
.w," .1 \ ■ m Irr ..
AND ABOUT THE CITY |
POPULAR IN CHICAGO
Engaged to Dance ip Chicago Opera.
—Dariag Remainder of Year Tour
. To keep intact the splendid en
semble developed at the Pavley-Ouk
rainsky ballet school fop grand opera
appearances, it wgs necessary to ar
range tours throughout the year, as,
of course, no company could exist on
a ten weeks’ opera engagement. Be
cause of this fact and also because of
a desire to furnish the Chicago Opera
with a siqiei'hir ballet. Auderas Par
ley and -tSerge Oukrainsky founded
and created in llllfi the now-estab
lished Ballet Russes and Ballet
School. 11l P.117-IS. these two pre
mier danseurs were re-engaged for
Massenet's ‘'(‘leopatre". the only op
era in Pint seasons repertoire wbieh
offered sufficient opportunity for the
new ballet company. As "Cleopatre"
was not given the following season,
the Pavley-Oukrainsky organization
did not appear with the opera, but
in 1918-10 they were engaged and a
few of their pupils with them.
The success of their method of in
struction ami their cherocgraphic cre
ations were so great that the directors
of Pile Chicago Opera Association,
which had succeeded the Chicago
Opera Company, engaged them to di
rect the entire ballet with their school
to furnish both corps dc baltet and
premieres. The three persons most
euergetic in developing the art of
dancing, especially in connection with
the opera, and who encouraged the ef
forts of the ballet school directors
were the late Maestro Companini.
Herbert Johnson and Mary Garden.
The season of IDIO-20 was a great
success for the Pavley-Oukrainsky
Ballet at the Chicago Opera. Apart
from the ballets, they had the hoqor
to present the first unedited ballet.
‘'Barbour", written by an American.
Felix Borowsky, and the story of
which was written by Parley and
Oukrainsky—and in which Miss
Lloyd, an artist of exceptional dra
matic power, appeared as guest. This
j piece was followed by "The Birthday
of the Infanta" by John Alden-Car
pent or. with Adolph Bolm as guest
artist. During the interim, the bal
let traveled and appeared in many
cities in America and later extended
its travels to foreign countries. Hav
ing completed its season with the
San Carlo Grand Opera Company, the
Pavley-Oukrainsky Ballet Russo will
appear in Concord on November 24th.
affording an opportunity io all to see
one of the greatest dancing aggrega
tions in ihe world.
Uohrid T< sellers Meeting Today.
Practically all of the colored teach
ers of the county are here this after
noon for a conference with Prof. J.
15. Robertson, county superintendent
Tlie meeting this afternoon is the
first of till present scholastic year for
the colored teachers but hereafter they
will meet regularly as they have done
in the pasi.
At the conference this afternoon
plans for the year's work will be nut-'
lined and in addition Prof.vßobertson
will explain to the teachers the read
ing course work they are to (Hi.
Annual .Men’s Supper at McKinnon
The men of McKinVnn Church had
their annual supper in the basement
of the church. A sumptous ”repast
was served by the ladies. Dr. 11. C.
Arbnrle. of Davidson College, was in
troduced an spoke o ninen’s murk in
After bis most effective address
| the men were organized into "The
Men of rile McKinnon Church." Of
ficers were elected. Eugene Morgan
was elected president. <’. A. Henry
secretary and treasurer, and L. R.
Sapp. Sam IVeddington, C. V. I’lyler.
J. C. Mclnnis and E. W. Overcash
were elected vice presidents.
Best Pocket Memorandum Blinks Now i
Onr Vest Pocket Memorandum I
Books for 11128 are now ready. \Vc |
want every subscriber to have one.
Come in and get it.
111 Regard to Death of Kiwanhin
William A. Foil.
Whereas, since the last meeting of
the Kiwanis Club of Concord. North
Carolina. William A. Foil, late mem
ber of the club, has been called from
ns by the Great Ruler of the Uni
verse ; and
Whereas. Will Foil served our club
at all times since our charter was
granted with unusual fidelity, efficien
cy and ability, and won and merited
the love, esteem and gratitude of aH
Kiwaniuns with whom he served;
Whereas, the said Will Foil was
an able statesman, a brilliant orator,
a counselor of sound judgment and a
man of lofty ideals, ami tilled every
trust committed to him with efficien
cy and fidelity and was at all times a
leader and untiring worker in all
movements of a civic nature: and
Whereas the Kiwanis Club of Con
cord desires to give recognition to the
passing of one of the club's most loy
al members, who departed this life on
November seventeenth, one thousand
nine hundred and twenty-five:
Therefore, in' it Resolved by the
Kiwanis Club of Concord, North
That as a token of respect and ap
preciation of his patriotic, loyal and
unselfish service to the Club, mid
city, the eonnty and the State, that
this club unanimously jkdopt this res
olution by rising'K'ote. and that this
resoiutiou be spread on the minutes
of the club, that a copy of same be
sent to the w3k>w of the deceased and
t othe local nfV'spupcr. with the as
surances of its heartfelt sympathy in
her great loss and affliction.
This the 20th day of November.
L. T. .HARTWELL, JR.
K. M. KING.
U. H. HENDRIX.
THE CONCOR& DAILY TRIBUNE
NORFOLK SOUTHERN MAY
SERVE CONCORD SOON
II P. 4 N. Extension Comes to the
City Connection With the Norfolk
Southern Will Be Provided.
Increased intereste in the campaign
to get the Piedmont & Northern eg
rension through Concord i% trouoed
over the announcement that Duke
interests have taken control of the
Norfolk Southern, Railway, whick
serves a big part of eastern North
Carolina and which has lines now
from Raleigh to Charlotte
It is (minted out by leaders in the
movement looking to securing the I*.
A X. for Concord that since tlie Duke
interests control both lines, the ex
tension will give Coucord direct oon
neection with the Norfolk Southern
at ,Charlotte. This will open up a
niw freight route for local merchants
It is probable that huge sums of
money will be spent on the Norfolk
Southern and present plans are said
tij call for the eventual electrification
of the line. If this is done power
from the Southern Power Co,, also
controlled by the Duke interests, will
be utilized. /
The Atlantic A Yadkin Railroad
may be sold soon under receivership
and it ih said the Norfolk Southern
will be a bidder for the Ijne. If it
secures the line it will have cohnee
tion from Sanford into Greensboro.
It is known that officials of the
Piedmont A Northern are still trying
to secure lights of way through this
county. Just what success they are
having is not known, but it is said
that.a survey of a route via Poplar
Tent is being made now. It is also
said that a new survey from Charlotte
to Concord is contemplated, the sur
vey tV follow a route free from laud
owned by those persons who are halt
ing present negotiations.
Tlie acquisition of tile Norfolk
Southern by the same interests that
control the Piedmont A Northern is
another reason why Concord should
redouble her efforts to get the extpn
tion. one business man of Concord
TO RAISE MONEY FOR
Campaign Will Be Staged in Ccnodrd
In Near Future.—Meeting Monday
Final plans for the campaign to be
waged here in the near future to raise
funds on the work of the tuberculosis
nurse, will be made Monday night at
a meeting to be held at the Merchants
and Manufacturers Club.
Tne meeting will begin immediately ,
at the conclusion of the imiss meet
ing to be held at the court house in
the interest of securing a new hos
pital for Concord. Persons interest
ed in the campaign against tubercu
losis are urged to go directly from
the court house to the M. A M. Club.
L. M. Riclimoud is chairman of the
campaign this., year and be exngcts
the assistance many t’ne
city in conducting the campaign. Miss
Ford, the tuberculosis nurse, has Ipseu
| very successful ill her work and tlmse
persona who are in charge of the de
partment in which she works ure
confident that tile public is interested
enough ill the war on tuberculosis to
subscribe to her salary and certain
Definite plans for Fie eampaign will |
be announced after the meeting Moll i
Kannapolis V Girls Take Hike.
Kannapolis,, Nov. 20. —Saturday
tlie Y girts biking class enjoyed a
bike over to Concord and back cover
ing a distance of 14 miles. The most
interesting event of the day was the
good dinner at the Carolina Case. A
special menu had been prepared ami
each girl enjoyed the feast. The
i regular class of 14 was present with
I Mr. Sharp as an honorary gmOq.
| Meeting 1 for men at the Y. M. C.
;A. Sunday at 4 p. m. Rev. J. F.
j Moser will speak. Subjert. "Showing
! nml Reaping.” Men be sure and come
i and bear Rev. Moser. Sunday at 4
I (i. m. Good singing.
The Eastern Star held a Bazaar
lat the Y Tuesday p. m. and night
j There was plenty of good eats and lots
Jof fancy worjf. candy, and other
I t'hristmas gifts tt> be had. X' ll ' I’™'
ceils were to be hsed for the bene
fit of the tTiapter.
The Y team will go to Lexington
Friday to play the men's basketball
team. This prmnises to be an in
teresting game and is the second
game of the season.
Tlie Girls' Misionary Guild of Trin
ity Reformed Church will give their
annual Thank-Offering program Sun
day evening at 7 o’clock. The follow
ing will be the program:
Piano and Saxaphouc duet—Miss
Martha Bost uigl George Peek.
G. M. G. Song: The Challenge. 1
Scripture and prayer. ,
Song: I'raise Him. ,
Weleomfe—Miss Muriel Shinn.
Reading: Miriam's Thanksgiving
Prayer—MisS Helen Goodman.
Solo—Miss Evelyn Goodman.
Play—The A. B. Y. T. Club.
Solo—Miss Lois Holshouser.
Reading: Elizabeth Gave Her Best j
(lift—Miss Mary Elizabeth Davis.
Pnntomime: Nearer Mv God to 1
The service will be held in-tlie Cor- \
bin Street School. The public is cor
Special Train to Chapel Hid.
The Southern Hailwuy will run a I
sjwisl train from Charlotte to Chapel
Hill and return November 25-211 oil
account of tlie Virginia Carolina foot
fall game. Tlie trial going will pass
Concord at !):28 p. in. on Wednes
day. November 25, arriving at Chaiiel
llill at (I o'clock Thursday morning.
Returning tlie train will leave t’lmpel
Hill at, 10:30 p. m. S|>ec ! al Pullmans
have been arranged, which may be oc
cupied at Chapel Hill. Dining ear
will also serve breakfast, luncheon and
special Thanksgiving dinner. Bee ad.
d»ewhere in this issue.
Mutation week Is
OBSERVED BY feI^ANIS
AH Members Urged to Attend Maas
Meeting In Interest of Hospital
Education week was observed by
Kiwamatis in their weekly luucbem
Friday, the features of the program
being interesting talks by A. 8. Webb,
superintendent of the city sCiool*. and
J. B. Robertson, superintendent of the
was also called to the
mass meeting to be held on Monday
night in the interest of tlie new hos
pital for the city and county at which
tj*ae Dr. W. 8. Rankin, of Durham,
Is to speak. Dr. Tracy Speiieer
who reminded the members of this
gathering, urged Klein to attend and
to gei others to attend.
A number of thhse present volnn
trereil :o ask ns many as six persons j
in the city and eonbty to attend the
mass meeting and thus help with in
creasing the attendance.
Resolutions were introduced in re
gard to the death of Kiwanian W.
A. Foil. The committee in charge
of this consisted of Luther Hartsell,
Jr.. Morrison King and Gilbert Hen
drix. The resolutions were adopt
ed by it rising vote.
Rbth Mr. Webb and Mr. Robertson,
wfwi were introduced by I*rogram
Chairman Fred Shepherd, spoke brief
ly on the progress of education in
Concord and Cabarrus county.
Rev. R. M. Courtney was introd
dneeii as a club guest by Howard
Collie and H. G, Eifers was intro
duced by Joe Pike.
'flu music was in elinrge of Miss
Beatrice Fisher, who played the.ac
companiment* for the elnb singing.
The attendance prize was drawn by
Tlie meeting next n’eek will be in
charge of Joe Pike.
State Loses a Fine Man.
Concord, Cabarrus county and the J
entire state lost a mighty good man i
in the death of Senator W. A. Foil 1
Wednesday. Senator Foil was one of ,
Concord's foremost citizens, a booster i
of scl ols and highways, and every- '
thing rise which iie believed to is* for i
the le i;cement of his town, coimnun- 1
ity or state. Concord is much the ]
poorer by reason of his passing, in i
what should have been the prime of 1
life. The state at large lias sits- ,
tained a great loss. What a pity i
every town does net have more such j
citizen- as Senator Foil. / ‘ ,
Myrtle Susana Yates Dead at Heme \
Myrtle Susana Yates, nintern years '
of age. died at her home at Roberta
Mill ai ie o'clock Friday morning af
ter an illness of several months. Fun
eral services were held t'lis afternoon
fit 3 ( 'clock at the home and burial
was made at Roberta Buptist Church.
Rev. Mr. Cain officiating.
Miss Yates was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Y'ates, of the Ro
berta Mill section.
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
| FINANCING FOR CONCORD
We wish to announce to the people of Concord that the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company, the largest Insurance Company in the World, with
assets of $1.2(50,000,000.00, is now ready to finance the btiilding of Homes.
' | Apartment Houses, and Business properties in Concord. Also to aid in re
financing other properties in good condition.
i■- • (
As Loan Agents for the Metropolitan Life Insurance in Charlotte, we have *
placed millions of dollars during the last few .years, and very glad to announce
t that Concord has been added to our territory. - ’ '
The purjoose of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company is to place at
the disposal of people of Concord its large funds in such away as that the
| people of this city may own their own homes arid to assist in the develop
ment which it ( is experiencing. > ' *
: , . . ' ■ - v
| Loans made ioj a period of 15 years. s , ~\
| Interest at 6 percent, payable semi-annually. '
Curtailment of principal 3 percent, semi-annually.
! There is ,no red tape to these loans.
j Loans made on 50 per cent, valuation of property. t
Low Cost ~ Prompt Service
o Write or phone for ful^particulars, information gladly furnished. Ap
plication blanks, etc. request. _
THIES - SMITH REALTY COMPANY
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Wf K|o. 200 Commercial Bank Building, Charlotte, N. C. *
Phones 3878 and A4l| ; V'
§ | O. J. Thies, President F. &. Smith, Secty. arid Trtas. ' .
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Citizens Bank and Trust Company
RESOURCES OVER ONE MILLION’ DOLLARS
: Jj|H3g|f' Ik^SS&SISL^.
” b MAKSH E. C. BARNHARDT .geo. L. PATTERSON
V “ y V£' STALLLN’GS W. I). PEMBERTON J. F. GOODMAN
Wt . A F GOODMAN A. N. JAMES A. R. HOWARD
CHAS M. IVEY B. L. UMBERGER CHAR B. WAGONER
: T. N. SPENCER F. C. NIBLOCK
We lend money on approved security.
THE HOME OF We recc ‘ ve deposits subject to Check..
GOOD BANKING We. issue Certificates of Deposit bearing tout per cent
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ISIiS.(K)CANEBAqC SUrre »1^
BIG STOCK REDUCCING SALE NOW ON
prices cut 15 to 30 per cent, on everything. Card Tables i $1.95.4 Bridge Lamps
$1.95 to $9.50. Floor Lamps worth $20.00 to $25.00 going for $14.05 to $19.75. Smoke
Stands $1.45 to 0.95. Big Overstuffer Suites. Three pieces $124.50. All bed-room
Furniture reduced 20 per cent. Dining Room Suites Cut 30 per cent. All Rugs and
Floor coverings reduced. \ Goods bought and paid for during thTs sale catt be left in
the store for future delivery. at pur risk. We have sold already several pie'Ces to be de
livered Christmas. Come e<trly and get first choice. - « ' •
Concord Furniture Co.
TIIE RELIABLE FIRNITIRE STOKE
IIS MO Mil « MS. Mis GET MS
ifrturtky, Mov. It, 1925