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Friday, November 27, 1925
THE UNIVERSAL CAR*
; | Are you going to buy a car? If so, w*at are vott con- 2
j ! sidering as related to the dealer from whom vou intend '[
j ® u 7 in S- There are many things you should weigh well |
i .before making up your mind. 1 ij
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i leadership.. Our organization is reliable and trustworthy i
; through desire to be so and not by necessity. Our service |!j|
J! ,s R oo< i because our men know their business and wanrto M
] ' help our customers in every possible way ’ |[i
In short, our spirit of helpfulness and friendliness to 'l'j
I ” ur patrons forms a tie between them and us that is sel- 8'
dom broken. 5 i
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§/_ CONCORD’S FORD DEALER I
and Church Streets Phone 220 8
We nrc having some fine sunny
weather now. *
Mr. and .Mrs. Forrest Ri*sell and
son, Harlin, of Itoute 7, spent Sat-f
urduy night-at the home of Mr. .It. A. '
Russell's near the HartseH Mili.
Miss Minnie AfcGrnw, of Concord, 1
and Aliss Wiliene Linker were visit.- *
ors at the home of Misses Movie and
Kate Dost Saturday night.
AVe are glad to say that Mr. E. My
ers, of Westford Methodist Church,
received a cash prize of S2OO in Tlif
Tribune Times campaign.
The young people Missionary so- i
ciety of Rocky Ridge will give a box
supper at White Hall schoolhouse
Thursday night November 2(ith at
7 :'io every one is invited girls bring
boxes and boys bring pocket full of
Colne on Li taker's school with your
items. We like to read them.
Winter is here or at least it seems
like winter these mornings.
Airs. C. A. Harrison, of Salisbury,
was n visitor at the home of Airs. R.
O. Christenbury Tlmrsday.
Hairah! Thanksgiving is about
here. We hope ,'sr-vbody a Imppy
Thank,giving, an I Venus, of Faith,
we hep; you have- a nice thanksgiv
The White Hall Literary Soeiety
m fj/ Friday; November 20th.. _An in-
program was rendered. The
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' N ■ X- I
When the orchestra stops its surge of music—and 1
the applauding couples begin to leave the floor —when
you join the good fellows for jolly jfalk and friendship .
—have a Camel!
Camels contain the very choicest tobaccos grown in all the world. Camels are
c * blended by the world’s most expert blenders. Nothing is too good for Camels.
In the making of this one brand we concentrate the tobacco knowledge and skill
of the largest organization of tobacco experts in the world. No other cigarette
made is like Camels. They are the overwhelming choice of experienced smokers.
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first thing was the election of*officers.
Miss Movie Host was elected a new
vice president by a great majority.
A debate was then held as follows:
| Resolved That a child while attending
| school should have no regular work to j
do. The affirmative was upheld by j
; Mr. Carey. White and Alias Margaret
! Auten. The negative was upheld by
Air. Lloyd Gannon and Aliss Mubel j
Sanders. , The judges decided in favor I
of tlie negative. The soeiety then ad-j
journed to meet on Friday, November
The boys from White Hall went to
i Roberta Tuesday and played a bame
of basketball. The score was 21 to 13 L
in favor of Roberta. Then Friday tlie ,
boys from Roberta came over to tin- I
White Hall school. Also tile girls. ]
Tlie White Hall boys secured 1 revenge
and won by a score of 7to 4. Both
teams have won one game. The tic
will be played off soon. The girls from ,
White Hail and Roberta were evenly
niatched. The White Ilali girls ulso ,
took the game by a score of 2 to 1. \
The game with the Training School •
lias been postponed until Saturday. ,
dates could have been winners.
The story in The Tribune "The i
Winds of Charnoe.' 'is about finished, i
We know we will not have to wait i
long for another. The Tribune has al- i
ready promised us "Bobbed Hair.” <
which we know will be interesting. ,
Alartin Hayes, of liouisbiirg, spent
Saturday and Sunday here with his
1 sister. Mrs. I). G. Tamer.
Mr. and Airs. Bnueomb, of Con
cord, were Sunday visitors wit'.i their
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Adrian Siinpoon. of Sengrove, is
spending a few days here with homo
Fetzcr Ilartseil has accepted work
at the Ford plant in Charlotte. He
makes the return trip each day.
Mora Ilartseil,'off Danville,
Va . is visiting friends here and her
mother, Mrs. Martha Morgan, at
j Another , dish-washer came last
I Wednesday. .November lStli, to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. .7. M. Hatley
I to help iji tlie family affairs.
Airs. Fields, of Sanford, has been
I visiting here in the home of 1 her
I (iuiiglitcr. Airs. J. B. Osborne.
There were several additions to the
| church us a* result of the meeting
1 which closed Friday night at the Pres
Rev. C. B. White,- of Mnrshville, I
who did tlie preaching is a fine speak
er and was heard with interest
throughout the week.
Ruby, oldest daughter of Mr. and
Airs. R. W. Barbee is suffering in
tensely from T, B. of the bones. At
present she is taking treatment from
Mr. Dorman. "The Medicine Alan,”
of Fort Mill and I'incvilie.
Tlie remains oi Jcfiuny Hnrvel, nge
21, who was shot Saturday by his
cousin near Midland, were interred
: Alomlny in the cemetery of Aleadow
(hie of the largest droves of wild
geese we have ever seen, numbering
between forty and fifty, flew over ben
last Wednesday going toward tlie
northeast. We were under tlie im
pression that they were going in the
wrong direction. Venus, can you tel)
us the significance of tjieir flightV
At Smyrna Sunday morning the
regular sermon was dispensed with
and the hour used for the ordination
'of two deacons. The pastor was as
sisted by Revs. E. M. Teeter and 7.
S. Harris, the closing talk being made
by P. P. Sell.
“Grandma” Alaim and Airs. 7. A.
Furr are not so well at this time.
L. 7. Little is also confined to his
Rev. C. C. Honeycutt was given a
severe pounding Saturday by the
members of Antioch Church. ' Air.
Honeycutt still survives but is in a
right serious condition. After serv
ice when lie went to his car lie found
it filled with all kinds of tilings eat
able and otherwise. He came home
and on Sunday there was a reptition
only on a larger scale. Hhis load
consisted of a bag of peanuts, a sack
of Hour, a ham and Air.
Honeycutt and family arc inexpress-
——’■7”. A' * ■*— .<*6
WHEN the orchestra gives you encore after
encore, but finally stops. And the couples glow
ing with happiness reluctantly leave the floor.
When you join, the men for jovial talk until the
next dance begins —have a Camel!
For no friend so enhances the joys of life as
Camel. Camel makes every happy occasion
happier, adds its own charm to every festiye
day, every blithesome evening. Camels contain
the very choicest tobaccos grown in all the world.
They never tire your taste, no matter how freely
you smoke them. They’re so skilfully blended
they never leave a cigaretty after-taste. Rolled
into Camels is every good feature you have ever
wished for in a cigarette.
So, when you’re waiting happily and confi
% dently for your time to rejoin the dance—
taste the smoke that’s known afft] loved by the
world’s experienced smokers. No doubt about
it, you’ll never know how good a cigarette can
be until you—
Have a CamelJ
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
nbly filled with gratitude for these
things. No minister and Bis family
are loved more tlian Mr. and Mrs..
Honeycutt, and tfieir friends delight
in thus expressing themselves.
The moving season lias never had
more changes in this section. Clarence
Smith lias gone to a farm on the Cox
place. Claud AVhitiey, to the Daniel
Little farm. Air, Little and family
, to the adjoining one, T. li. Love to
Stanfield. 7. W. Stnrneo into the Love
house, and Rev. 1). S. .Tones to tiisi re
, cenitly purchased farm vacated by the
' Starnes family. M. s.
Nellie, the 22 month old daughter of
] Mr. and Mrs. .Tohn Nanee, of AJbe- 1
marie, died Saturday, November 21,'
.[11)26. Tile remains were brought to’
Fnitli Sunday evrning. where thej
funeral was conducted by their'pas- 1
tor ,Rev. G. C. Ivey, of Albemarle.
. Several cars of relatives and friends
came up with the hearse. The church
was filled with people. Interment was
made in tho Baptist cemetery in Faith.
The flower girls were .TesSie Wagner,'
Willette Ritchie, Alary Lee Shoe,
and Alargie Corn. i The pall bearers
were: Carrie Bell' Gardner, .]css'c
Corn, Fern Robertson and Alma Wag
oner. The girls were all dressed in
[ white. Afr. Nance formerly lived at
Faith and is a member of the Faith
Baptist Chun'li. The little grave was,
covered with beautiful flowers. j
Gurney Teeter and wife and two
children motored up to Faith from!
Aibemgrle to attend the funeral of
little Nellie Nance.
Those high school girls keep writ
ing Venus from Leesburg. Fla. Here
is another beautiful card he just re
ceived. This is printed on one side:
"High school building, Leoburg, Fla.”
And heye is what is written on the
other side: "Dear Venus: I saw in
the last Stanly News-Herald that a
Leesburg girl had a birthday the same
day as yours. Now here is another,
Hurrah for Venus interesting
letters. Wonder what that loom you
bought at tlie sale is worth. I think
girls should learn toweave olotli.car
pet, etc. It would keep them oat. of
mi-chief. A FLORIDA CRACKER."
R. L. Blaekwelder, who lias just re
cently returned from Miami and Hol
lywood, Fla., reports it is a
hustling time down there and that
people arc there by the thousands
from the north and all parts of the
One man who motored through Faith ,
today said lie had a fine collie pup to
sell five months old, sable and white.
Tile Salisbury Sunday Post, of No
vember 22nd, 11)25, page 8, has an
article they eall on Venus to beat. ,
Here is the article:
Cottie on, Venus, beat tilts Coolee
mee Guy. Some one is always ban
tering Venus. o£ Faith to beat this or
that and nine times out of ten Venus
comes out winner. But here is one
that causetMiim to ponder some time
before trotting out anything to beat it.
It is from the Cooleemee .Tournal, 7.
C. Selj owner, publisher and editor.
" "ft 11
W* have had a lot of things to cross
our path but as we were returning
returning from Salisbury Monday eve
uint* there was a house crossing our
pafh near South River. • Venus, ci\n
y®u beat that?*’ Os course we can
beat*!liar or anything that anybody
else trots out. When wo were re
turning homo from Salisbury one night
when it was pitch dark a telephone
wire crossed our path. A storm had
blown it loose from the pole. Not
only that but that wire captured us
and held us prisoner for a few mo
ments. We wore driving our pretty
little black pony to a brand new
squcczem tight buggy that wo had just
bought at tho Salisbury Hardware
i and furniture store. They told us the
f reason the buggy had that name was
■ because ii was made with narrow seat
j for 'young men so when they rode
I with their girl they woiitd have to
squeeze in tight and ride dose togeth
er and that was why The buggies had
that name. That wire that crossed
ouf path got tangled in our buggy
wheel and wound around the hub sev
eral times when on the mid (lie of the
bridge across the creek. The pony
stopped. Ir could not go any further.
Tile wire was fn-tened to the pole a
few hundred feet back and bold the
buggy tight and fast. I got frightened
as I did not know what was the mat
( lor. 1 could feel my hair raising up
on my head. The jiony made three or
j four pulls to go bu£ could not. I tap
ped her again harder with the whip
. and it pulled liarder and the wire
; broke loose a few hundred feet back.
I went home, put up the pony and next
morning when I went to buggy shed
I saw what caused my pony to get
stalled. There was a long string of
wire hanging to the buggy and ran
away out up tlie big Toad. Now we
thinks tiiis beats the Cooleemee guy.
AVe' are having the finest kind of
clear weather today—Monday.
We just ,-ent by parcel post a jar
of the home-made eczema cure to
Auburn. Washington. Several thou
sand’miles. Postage twenty-six cents.
Who can heat that for shipping North
Carolina made products n long dis
Air. .Tack Lampkin is a new man at
tlie coffee shop at the Yadkin Hotel
and -R fine young man and a good
Vtfflus is invited to take dinner on
Thanksgiving day at a place where
they '(fill have a big fine dinner.
Prosecuting of Whisky Law Viola
tors More Successful.
Washington, Nov. 24.—While the
treasury was taking another step
.toward tightening prohibition re
strictions today, I ffc department of
justice made public reports on its
last year's work, declaring prosecu
tions for liquor law violations had
been more successful.
In many places in the Saha ha
Desert, it is burning hot at noon and
freezing cold at night.
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
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Our highest wish, if you do not yet
know Camel quality, is that you try c
them. We invite you to compare Camels jj
with any cigarette made at any price. £
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. jS
- DINNER STORIES
-lust a Housekeeper.
’ “'Good morning," accosted :i sales
man. • “Are you tlie lady of the
‘ house V"
' "Xcpe." snapped the woman at the
* door. "My daughter's out. playin'
“Do you love me}" she asked softly.
"I—er—never answer leading ipies
-1 tions direetly," replied the young law
’ Made From -lumping Reaps.
1 Fannie Hurst in Minneapolis Tribune.
From where she sat, sire could see
’ the profile of t’ae explorer. Aquiline.
" Calm, Sure. It made her crumb
her bread as she sat Into queer little
* nervous balls.
• Off Duty.
“I want you to know that I'm a
“ gentleman.'' announced Mr. Spatt.
“'And how long is your leave of ab
• hence, dear?” asked Mrs. Spatt? a
1 shade too sweetly.
“You should walk in the straight
1 and narrow path."
“Yes, parson, and if I did. every
body would say that I'd been drink
-1 ing and was trying to walk straight
' to prove I hadn't."
Stepping Afong. .
I 'Way baek in eighteen eighty-one.
The good folks used to hear
Os hectic parties where the girl*
Would kick the chandelier.
The customs change, but not the
And now the modern lass
Is fond, Chough in a different way,
Os stepping on the gas.^
Ilevvitt,: '‘Genet is a very irreligious ■■
man.*’ ~ '■ s
Jewett: "Oh, I don't know. I've 111
known him to pray for rath and then ffi
go looking for a chalice to steal an ”
Guy: “You misjudge me, dearie. S
I-ying is not one of my tailings." @
Girl: "It certainly isn't.” It's one jt]
of your most pronounced sncceses ’ ijj
Presto: "Those aren't regular golf ”
stockings that Miss Divot is wearing ~
Chainjo: “Tliey (assuredly %re. £
Haven't you noticed the hole-in-one?" i-l
More than .SIOO,OOO has ueen spent tr
ni building a new clubhouse and ii,
making other improvements at the
Fair Grounds track in New Orleans, g
where the Louisiana Jockey Cub !|
.will inaugurate its session of winter ji
• racing on January I.
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