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PENNY COLUMN I
BHX'L, GIFTS-ART LlNENS—
s|;'ltkal Mjderia Hand Embroidered
BEpiier ykiths, beautiful patterns.
If -rose scalloped edges, finest Irish
t linens -10 inch diameter $1.25;
I 18 inch j 51.50; 20 inch $1.75; 24
P inch $2.25: postpaid. Order dirivt
| ! from importer. Remit with order
? or sent Q. O. I'. A. & I*. Trading
fe Co., 100 Hold St.. X. V. 5-lt-p.
|P'-s _ *
:i Papers bell jfecan Trees For Sale. Ear
p lj- bearing trees. World's largest
E' pecan nu**ery. Quality and Satis-
J-" faction guaranteed. Write for cat
fe 'Wlngue. Hass I’eean Company, Lifm-
K-berton, Miss. 5-lt-p.
: Salesmen- Agents —New Idea Selling
* five pairs silk hosiery for SI. Emi
ls; less chain. Enormous returns. Ihi
[1 not hesitate. Write immediately.
agents proposition, Ileebe-Daniels -
| (lorp.. 10$ X. State St., Chicago.
\ Or. Pentulfs Book. “Christian Evnlu
tionists Answered. " with Dr. I’en
f tuff's Utterances reviewed, clolM
bound, on sale at Kidd-Frix. ->0
F cents per copy. 3-lt-p.
fFor RenbA-Qnery 7-roont House on
Franklin' Avenue. Modern con-
Sf veniences. Apply .1. E. Harris.
’ For Sale—Old Mahogany Book Case.
|t- old-time mahogany dork, set din
| ing room chairs, gas sßive. feather
mattress ami pillows. Phone 411 U.
| For Sale—Used Dodge Coupe First
f class condition. Other used cars.
Curl Motor Company. 4-2 t-p.
Thanksgiving Has Come anti (lone. 1
Did you have as much to be thank
ful for this year as you would have
I" liked to have? If not let its help
I, you make next year better by own
ing your own home. If we do
; not have what you want, will build
g it for you. Cash or easy terms.'
t P. A. Md.aurin. Real Estate and
Building Contractor. Phone ;4§5.
t- 3-3 t-x.
For Sale—Several Good l sed Cars.
| Open from eight to six. Day phone
70811. night (123 W. I.ipe Motor C.i.
ltd E. Dejwt St. 3-st-p.
Wanted —Position as Mechanic. Six
|r years experience. 120 Charles St.J
Notice —Wlicn You Are in Trouble
with your car call I.ewis Ridenhour.
K new garage on East Corbin street,
the place you can get at once. Day
phone 7301.. night 7-'>' • I£. We have
i?" moved in our new garage. YVe wash
■ . ami grease cars, this and oil. Ser
’ vice at once is our name. All work
guaranteed to give satisfaction. We
work on all kinds of cars. Lewis
Ridenhour at your service, day or
night. YY’ill be open till 10 o'clock
at night. 2-ot-p.
For Coupe in Good Con
dition. Inquire at Tribune Office.
23-ts-p. *1 iftUffl?
Our friends and customers to kno\v
that it is qur desire to itikUt
W Theme us your orders and \w will
endeavor t§ send you “what you \vftut.
vfhen you want it.
t PHQNKB 676 AND 686
| Cut As You Like It
» . o <k> nd tell you how you should have a
mk- * your.hair cut, unless you ask our advice. W,
9 If- will'cut it the way you specify. And curl it
the way you prefer. 2
I Efird s Beauty Parlor j
Hats— C. Covington.
Salesmen; Fast Selling Tampa Cigars.
$40.00 weekly salary and expenses.
Experience unnecessary. Scud 1
stamped addressed envelope for
particnlars. Gulf Coast Cigar Co..
Tampa. Fla., 5-lt-p.
Kannapolis Bakery—Cookies. Cake,
jelly roll, graham and raisin bread,
cinnamon and sticky bums, Parker
liouse rolls. Concord representative
Dove & Dost. .1. ’& H. Cash Store.
Get Pay Every Day: Distribute 150
necessary products to established
users. Extracts, soaps, food prod
ucts. etc. W< l-ld's largest company
will back you with surprising plan.
YVrite the J. it. Watkins Company.
Dept K-4. 231 Johnson Ave.. New
ark, X. J. 5-2 t-p.
For Sale—3 Piece Davenette Suite.
Tapestry upholstered. See Mrs.
Scott Frieze. SO X. Spring St.
Pecan Trees FotSSale. 20.000. Budded
standard varieties, absolutely true
to inline and so guaranteed. Write
for free beeklet. “The Pecan Busi
ness for Profit «aml Pleasure." B.
YV, Stone. Thomasville. t!a.
Portrait Medallion Salesmen. JSolicit
ors. canvassers for good money
earning proposition. New low
praes. Write Southern Art Modal'
lion'Co.. 013 Snyder Ave.. Philadel
phia. Pa. 5-lt-p.
Get Salutes, Get Candles, Get Rockets.
get Dago bombs and with all thy
getting get Xo Xox gas and fresh
eggs at Peek's Place oil Kannapolis
road. 4-3 t-p.
Pltone 263 For Celery, Lettuce. Kale.
apples, oranges, lemons. Julianas
and your groceries of all kinds.
Fisher & Litaker. 4-2 t-p.
Furnished Rooms For Rent —Central-
ly located. Suitable for two young
men or couple. Phone 81(i.
:; - 4! -l'»
Emlieott A Johnson HI Inch leather
boot shoos. $4.05. Concord army &
■ Xavy Store. l-st-p.
All Wool Army Socks 25c Pair. Con
cord Army & Xavy Store. l-st-p.
Boys Riding Breeches $1.45. Concord
Army A Xavy Store. l-5t r.
Men’s Leather Leggiiis, $1.05. Con
coril Army A Xavy Store. l-stp.
For Rent—The slrs. John M. Cook
residence in the heart of the city.
Seven-room house. See J. B. Sher
Mel-Bro Lotion—For Pimples. Black
heads, and all facial blemishes. At
all drug stores. 11-C-30t-c.
16 Foot Chet* Lines $3.50. Coneord
Army A Xavy Store. 1-St-p.
I An exquisite nicety in the
toilet of women. Used to per
fume the bath, the hand basin,
the shampoo, cooling and re--
freshing in eas6 of fatigue or
May be had in all odors.
Tojours. Fidele. Chevalier.
Charm, Chypre, and Fleurs De
Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
rr — m —TBS “r—-y
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
Central Grammar School.
Fourth grade—Adelaide Allred,
Mary Barnhardt. Margaret Brown. Es
ther Brown. Elva Cook. Flurence
Gray. Mary King Heatheook. Itutli
Kester. Mary I.oii'se Means. Elizabeth
Odell. Elizabeth Ritchie, Miriam Wall,
A. X. Lentz. Clyde Richardson. Clyde
Shaw. James Talbirt. Billy Wads
worth. James Dennis. James Sears.
.Frances Barries, Pauline Basinger.
Sarah E. Harris. Grace McDonald.
Lila G. Pharr, Ellen Marie Sears.
Fifth grade—Johnnie Ruth Baker,
Melvin Clark. Hazel Miller, l.eander
McClellan." Tracy Spencer. Clarence
Peurifoy, Thomas Itoss. Odelia 1 Wil
liams. Lois Holbrooks. Spurgeon
Helms, Lorraine Blanks. Xevin Archi
bald. Mary G. Junker. Wyatte Arm
field, Y'audry Sears. Mary McKay.
Nancy Pike. Xaue,v Haywood.
Sixtli grade—Robert Bailey. Stuart
Henry, Hinton McLeod. Charles Ivey,
Ralph Ward. William Ward.
Seventh grade—Frances Wedding
' ton. Sara Fisher, Louise Ultimo, Alice,
> Annfiekl, John Hugh Williams. Oo.vil
*. McKay. Glenn Horton. Mabel llusselj.
Corbin Street School. *
First grade—Margaret Kiddle. Mar
garet Wagoner. Luther Illume, Jesse
Moore, A. R. Blackwekler/
Second Grade—James Graeber,
Catherine Karubardt, H. M. lVn
ninger. Jr., Morrison King. .Ir.. Alice
Cline. Herbert Rogers, Bessie Lee Mor
' ris, Miriam Long.
Third grade—Roy Crooks. Pauline
Whitley. Lillian Miller.
Fourth grade—Smith Harrier.
Woodrow Krimminger. Helen Host Inn.
Martha Means. TdaTene Martin. Mary
Alice Moose. Adelaide Pounds. Oro
Fifth 'grade—lda Patterson. Helen
Grady. Campbell' Cline. Eugenia
Brum ley. Adelaide Blunie.
Central Primary School.
First grade—Mary Frances Barn
liardt. Frances ltramlett. Eugene Tcw
ory, Jr.. Ruby Cook, Delight Kudv.
James Muntooth. Atlia May Hartseil.
Saleda Beutield. Mary King lutz. Sa
rah Xi block. Frances Gibson, Vir
ginia Kluttz. Buford Corzine. Guil
ford Waddell. IPlly Peele. Bernice
Griffin. Hugh Bunn.
Second grade—Katherine Archi
bald. Saidee Bunn. Mary Worker
Crooks. Betsy Fisher, William * Hor
ton. Ella Moose. Katie Xiblock. Phyl
lis Ann Sapp. Car.oil Haywrod. Ralph
Gibson. Evelyn Jenkins Louise Stew
art. Louise Sears. Mary B. Furr. J.
C. Page, William Elliott, Robert Lee
Johnson. Louise Allred. Sara Margar
et Bangle. X’ rginia Pharr. Lucy How
ard. Sidney Basinger, Billy Means.
Robert Ford Ross. Robert Corzine.
George Richmond. Charles Sloop. Ed
ward Sauvnin. Marfy Linton McEach
ern. Sandy McLeod. Agnes Peck. Hoyle
Third grade—Mary C. Archibald.
Rebecca. 1 lodenhidmer. David McKach
ern. James M« Kay. Coralie Means,
Victor Means. Erskim* Stewart, James
Towery. Thos. Morrison. Bruce Boyd.
Frank Russerr. \'iola Hartseil. Ellen
NEW BAPTIST PASTOR
TO PREACH TOMORROW
Rev. C, Herman Trucbloud to Begin
Work at First Baptist Clruich Here
Rev. C. Herjuan Truehlood. \yho
conies to Concord as pastor of the
First Baptist Church from Thouuis
\ i lie. where he gained an cm viable rep
utation as pastor and ci'dc bi.iidm*,
will begin his active pastorate here
tomorrow when he preaches at both
tin* morning and evening services.
Mr. Trueblood spent sever#} v days
here tlrs week with friends, getting
a line on his work and meeting mem
bers of his congregation. His *mse
hold goods arrived in Concord last
week and he parsonage o* the Clurch
is now ready for occupancy b\ his
Cnusitally large congregations are
expected to hear Mr. Trueblood to
morrow in his initial 'onnoae.
Buy Christmas Seals.
The Christmas Seals went oiv sale
on Monday. the
proceeds stay in this* county .to help
in the fight against tulierculosis. The
business district was canvassed by
| the women. On Friday tbe school,
i children will canvass the residential
1 part of the town—no other canvass
, "ill l)o made and people are urged to
i buy as liberally a«s possible front the
[ children. The money is used to pay
I for milk and food for the undernour
| ished children and patients who are
unable to provide for themselves,
i ISliss Ford, tuberculosis nurse, baa'
I done a remarkable amount of work
I throughout the whole county am) ev-
I cry one' i* urged to buy Christinas
I Seals so" we may be able to furnish
I fiouriffimient to those whom she finds
lluy Christmas Seals and help oth-
| But Christmas Seals and enjoy
i your own Christmas more.
CABAHUCS CUCXTV TUBER-'
18;mand Continues For .Ylill Shares.
YY'hile the demand continues good
for southern mill shares, with more
buyers than sellers, the first decline
in over two months occurred in the
weekly average of 25 leading stocks
as compiled by K. S. Dickson & Com
pany. The present average stands
at 118.56 compared with 118.72 for
last week, or an average decline of
16 cents per share caused by a decline
in bid price of Marlboro and Poinsett,
both South Curolipn stocks.
Mi oresville common stock wits trud
isl in during the week from SBB to
SB7 per share. These mills are re
ported to be making splendid prog
ress and the rise in price indicates
. the correctness of this report.
Vest Pocket Memorandum Books.
Onr Vest Pocket Memorandum
Books for 1026 are pow regdy. Copie
in and get ode. Ydn wjll; In si them
PSE PENNY UW.UMN—IT PAYo
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
CAROLINA TO GET NEW
COACH FOR OFFENSE
Kumar to Effort That Cameron. For
mer .W. and U Player, YViB Assist
Tile most interesting bit of football
gossip which has found its way into
print since the close of the season on
Thanksgiving was a story in the Ral
eigh News and Observer Friday to
the effect that a new coach will be
secured at the University “to assist
the Fetzer brothers in developing the
offensive phase of football next year."
The Disjiatch came from Durham
and was said to be from an entirely
reKable source, alumni appearing to
be giviug out the information.
"It was even said," according )o
the story, "that Cameron, captain of
the Washington and Lee eleven in
1!)24, is »is of the outstanding men
now under consideration for the
"Cameron was the high scorer of
the south the year he led the Gener
als. and is considered one of* the most
efiieieiit men in southern football cir
cles relative to knowledge of the of
fensive game. He was outstanding in
the South in 1 *.*24. and the two years
previous, in ball-carrying ability. Dur
■ ing his regime as leader iu the Gen
eral camp his team defeated Kentucky
teu to nothing. Y'irgiuia 20 to 7. State,
34 to 0. and ran up similarly large
■ scores on other leading teams of the
"If negotiations under way are put
■ through lie will have charge of devel
oping the Carolina attack next year,
, while the Fetzcrs arc building iinoth
ed defense as that of the season just
"Current rumors in Carolina alum
ni circles here have it that the ath
luetir committee of the association is
entirely satisfied with the work of
the Fetzers. and in fact, hopes to
keep them us the defense mentors for
years. It is pointed out that ,tbe.v
have been working under a handicap
in not having time to give to the
offensive phase of the game as much
time as ! t should have. In building
the powerful defense they have not
been able to concentrate enough on
the running attack and the new meth
od of offense.
"It i> the opinion of local Caro
lina alumni that the addition of ai
offensive eoaclf is greatly needed g
tiie university, and will raise the elev
en In a place equal in standing witfc
the conference leaders next year.
"New plays, new offensive tactics
ami new methods of putting tin- aeria'i
attack where it belougf, are things
sought for by the alumni association
and those are the things Cameron i
eaimble of adding to Carolina foot
"It was intimated that a ilctiuiti
announcement would be fort iicomitu i
in the near future on the addition oi ■
a new couch to assist the Fetzers." ‘
DK. LEWIS ADDRESSES
KIYVANLYNS ON ( KI.YU
Scotia Head Speaks Forcibly on Wavi
Which Ls Sweeping Country.—Mr
Sherrill in Charge of Program.
< Dr. T. R. Lewis. President of Sen
tia Womens College, was the ehic!
speaker at the weekly luncheon of Ki
waitis held Friday at the dining room
of the Y' M. ('. A. The program was
in charge of J. B. Sherrill.
Dr. Lewis made his talk on tin
crime wave. bringing figures and
facts in regard to the present preva
lence of crime in the United States foi
lin' thoughtful consideration of tb<
Kiwaniaus present.. He iloclared that
the profits from the efforts of crimi
nals amounted to over three billion
The cause, the speaker asserted
camp from a disregard of law in tin
home, the state and the nation. Tin
check should come frmu the honn
where obedience shouliT be required
This, he added, was vital to the lifi
of the nation. In closing. Dr. la'wi
deplored the modernist ir movement
which is .iie said, responsible sot
miu4i of the disobedience in the home
A committee was apiwinted ti
bring iu names of officers for the next
year, to be voted on. This eomniitfei
included ('. YV. Swink. J. I!. Robert
son. T. X. Spi'iieer. Fred Shepheri
and Joe Pike.
I)r. T. M. Rowlett was uppoiiitet
on the house committee to sueeeei
the late W. A. Foil. Mrs. H. G
1 Gibson, who led the dub singing, sail;
a solo. "Tilie Land of tile Sky lllui
Water." by Cadinan. She was ae
eompanied by Mrs. Nell Herring Cor
tell. i ,
The attendance pr'jrf. preseulnl by
Mr. Sherrill, was drawn by B. E. Har
' l'i-. The meeting of next week is to
be in charge of T. N. Spencer, it was
LIBRAKY SHOWS INCREASE
IN NUMBER OF BORROWERS
Number of Books Withdrawn Great
er Than New Y'olumes Added (o Li
brary. Report Shows.
Library borrowers showed an in
crease of 56 during inonih of
November, uecordiug to the monthly
report of the librarian. slrs. Rich
mond Heed, which was made pulilie
Friday. The total number of books
' borrowed was 3.287. less than half
the total number of volumes in tic
During the mouth 4« adult books
and 7 children's books were with
drawn while the replacement amount
ed to 2t\ books, showing a net loss of
The reiKirt is as follows;
Borrowers 61127; new borrowers
Y'isitors to rending room; Adults
513. children 236; total 740.
Books borrowed: Adults 2.275. chil
dren 602: total 3,237.
Books bought; Adult 20.
Books given: Adult 0.
Books withdrawn: Adult 40. chil
MRS. RICHMOND REED.
Tbomus F. Bayard. Democratic
senator from Delaware, is tbe sixth
of his family to sit in the United
"t -riy r i-r
He: "Each hour I spend with you
is like n -pearl to ate.’’'
V- She: “Aw—quit stringing me."
Harry: “Did anybody ever kiss you
Mabel: “Oh..yes." -
Harry: "fs he too big for me to
Mabel: "Not too big, but too
"Why is it. Shim that Air never
hears of >i liaray eommifting sui
eiiio?" inquired acliortheruer.
“Well, it's like dis. YY'lien a white
pusson has any trouble he sits down
ami goes to studying about it. and a-
Wii'iying, and the fust thing you
know he has gone done antT killed
hisself. But when a nigger sets
down to think about his troubles why
all he does is go to sleep.”
Daughter: "I hate George and I’m
sending baek his ring to him. YY'hat
should I put on the box?"
Mother: “Glass, handle with care."
lie: "Call you recall pur wedding
She: “Oh, if I only could."
Business Manager: "S'cs. 1 adver
tised for a boy. Do you smoke?”
Applicant: "No thnuks, but you
Can treat me to an ire cream soda."
Impudent Boy : '"VY’ijkj did you ray
Dhl ji*,et. reiicju'i! twrll
l!oy* jfS’hut detained
you?” - .
AiliSTn,* " ’
Teacher: “James, 1 thought I told
you to take the sent next to Pearl.”
James: ”Y'ou did, but 1 sold it
to Jack for a nickel .”
Child: (keen student of bedtime
storiesi “What's that, daddy?"
Father: "That's a rabbit, son."
Child: "Can't be. daddy. Where's
hi- silk hat and hjs .goat apd
'reusers?" ‘ t
—— mm ■
■ "Wliat are these
ants you read übm^t;'’“
"Oh. they put tin* lhi^ l fipi^l,,iipi|.
Safety leber Ylles.
".ytftSand.fi Did t rtlu si-ilast
night \vi' bi/ HVins pbtioi a lassie?"
“Xa. Jamie, it couldna been me. I
do ays krop a tie hand i'.ma pocket.”
"Do you believe in evolution?”
“Cfi-tainly. T.ook tgh t liquor's
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