Fresh Shipment of Midas Water Today.
It’s healthy. Dove-Bost Co. 15-lt-p.
Try a Fresh Ripe Pineapple. Lippard &
For Rent—Duscnbery House, Infiimlsh
ed room; storage rooms. Jno. K. Pat
terson, Agent. 15-Ct-p.
Wanted—A Well Drilled at Mt. Pleasant.
Apply at Halifax Cotton Mills, Mt.
Pleasant. 15-3 t-chg. i
Plenty of Good Fresh Country Vegeta- i
bles of all Kinds. Ifove-Bost Co.
For Sale—3 Modern 7-Room Cottages.
cheap cottages, vacant lots, splen- ;
did farms, one large timber tract, two j
tracts in Alexander County on sand
clay road, good buildings, 120 and 100 ,
acres, will exchange 100 tract for city !
property. Six room cottage on large j
lot in Kannapolis. Jno. K. Patterson,
Real Estate Agent. 14-4 t-p.
Salesman Wanted. Concord. Good Prop
osition. Address Energetic, care Trib
une. 13-3 t-p.
For Sale—Pony and Saddle. Buggy and .
harness. Bargain. 187 South Union
St. Phone 587. 1-ts-chg.
Jjost—Clover Leaf ;tg\4 Casing on Rim.
“Notify for reward IV. \Y. Morris.
, E. B. GRADY TO BI’ILD
NEW STRUCTURE HERE !
Building Will Be Erected on His Lot on ;
East Corbin Street, Work to Start at j
A modern brick building, which will ‘
combine store rooms and three apart-j
meats, will be erected here in the imme- 1
diiyte future by Mr. E. B. Grady. Plans )
fn'r the building have already been-drawn I
arid approved b.v Mr, Grady, 'and work on |
the building will start immediately.
•Mr. Grady will erect it is. new build- |
inlg on his lot on East Corbin street, ad- l
joining his plumbing plant arid office. The |
house en the lot now will be moved |
-and Mr. Grady has already moved his 1
family, preparatory to the moving of
s The building as planned by Mr. Grady
will be two-stories high, and is to be
built entirely of brick. The ground floor
and basement will be constructed for bns-
For Sale By
CONCORD MOTOR CO.
R. M. HOUSEL
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food on which it is spread,' and
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Peaches! Extra Nice Peaches and Fresh
hbme grown vegetables. Lippard &
Barrier. \ 15-lt-p.
Get Your Brunswick Stew and Dutch
barbecue' meat at Dutch Lunch Room
on ('flinch street. Also fresh fish and
Reich's Special on tap. Fred Cook.
1 Manager. 15-2 t-p.
Fresh Layer and Pound Cakes of All
kinds. Dove-Bost Co. 15-lt-p.
' Another Fresh Shipment of Watermelons.
j good and juicy. Also North Carolina
I aud Georgia peaches. Ferris Candy
Kitchen. 15-2 t-p.
Wanted,- By Couple—Three Rooms or
house furnished or unfurnished.
Would rent house while oecupajjts
away for summer. Box 453, City.
For Sale—l House on Depot St. Two on
Depot street. See L. S. Bond, 140
W. l>ei>ot St. J2-6t-p.
Lost—Male Pig Weighing About 45
pounds, with brown and black spots.
Reward. "Central Case, S. Church
Street. 11-4 t-p.
Adding Machine Paper, 20 Cents a
Roll, 3 for 50 cents, at Times-Trib
Auto Owners—Read Big Ad. Save $5.00.
J. A. Glass. Phone 412 W. 11-6 t-c.
;i n css houses al] <1 the second tbnir will
lumso thfeo apartments. The building
will be 4<).\S-1 feet.
tine of the apartments will run the
| entire length of the building and will be
occupied by Mr. Grady aud his family.
I On the other side of the building will
l be two apartments, each to consist, of a
j bring room, bed room, breakfast, room,
bathroom and kitchen,
j A modern heating system will bu in
j stalled in the building, \vhieh will in
• elude all other modeni equipment. •
Mr. (irady declared., in discussing the
j building, that there ha» been a scarcity
of homes here for several years'aud this
fact influenced him in jmilding thf
j three apartments in his new building.
The building will have an attractive
front and the plans call for a structure
that will compare favorably with any
other in the city in appearance.
At the Tlieaters.
I’ete Morrison in "Making Good" and
Carter DeHaven ill "Say It With Din-1
nionds” are on the bill today at the
j Piedmont Theatre.
The Star today is -showing “The
Champcen" with Hal Roach in the lead
ing role: also Harold Lloyd in the com
edy "A Sailor Made Man."
'The Leather Pushers." and Jack
Hoxie in "Gallopin' Through" are the
attractions at the Pastime today.
Real happiness i.-, cheap enough, yet
how readly we pay for its counterfeit.
i „ Cat.-; rrh is a Local disease greatly In-
I .Tieneed by Constitutional conditions
I HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con
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j Relief by local application, and the '
j Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts
j through the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces and assists in ridding your System
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» KANNAPOLIS 9
» DEPARTMENT &
Kannapolis, June 13.—Miss Mabel
Reek, will go to Asheville the 15th to at
tend summer schooj. Miss Reel left yes
terday for Marion, where she is visiting
her grand-father, and will go from there
to Black Mountain to spend a night with
her aunt. Mrs. Ergen, proceeding thence
Mrs. J. P. Brantley and grand-daugh
ter, little Miss Claudine Brantley, of
Mooresville. spent a few days of the past
week with Mrs. Brantley’s daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dennis and family,
of Yadkin Bleaehery, vffiited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Spry Saturday.
Miss Mabel Gillliam has returned from
the Charlotte Sanatorium, when- she un
derwent An <>)h>ration for the removal of
her tonsils and adenoids. Miss Gilliam’s
friends will be glad to know she is much
Mrs. Harmon, of Church street, who
has been very ill, is improving.
The condition of Fred Jr., little son
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lomax, who has
been ill the; past week or two. is im
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harinon.
Thursday, June 7th. a son.
The following invitations are out:
Mrs. N. P. Watt
requests the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of her daughter
Rachel Arthur Goodwin
Mr. Ralph Andrew Caldwell
on the evening of Wednesday,
the twenty-fifth of June
nineteen hundred and twenty-three
at eight-thirty o'clock
at the residence of Mi's, J. W. Flowe,
Kannapolis, N. C.
after June thirtieth
Concord. X. <’.. Route One.
Mrs. Archie Henry and children spent
the latter part of the past week in
China Grove with Mrs. Henry's mother.
Misses Gladys Wagoner., and Miss
Flora McQueen and Mr. Paul Maulden
left yesterday for Davidson, where they
will attend the Young Peoples’ Confer
ence during the next seven days, as, del
gates from the local church.
Mr. and Mrs. Wellington have gone
to Mrs. Wallingtoti’s imme in the coun
try to make their home. Mrs. Walling
ton lias been successfully operating the 1
Li taker Hoarding House for sixteen
years. Her daughter, Mrs. O. B. Hoff
man. has charge since Mrs. Wellington's
Mr. Lack Willett made a trip to Coo
icemee Saturday and purchaser! his
brother-in-law's car. 1
Mrs. I*. L. Ketchie is attending slim
mer school at Boone, X. C.
Misses Mary l-’lowe and Lueile Cline 1
left yesterday for Raleigh, where they '
will attend summer school.
The friends of Mrs. Norfleet will learn
with regret that shejs ill at the Mary El- !
la Hall. "Mother'’ Nor Hire t returned
last week from a trip to Washington, 1
where she visited her son. ( 1
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Yarborough and -
son have moved from Concord to the
beautiful new bungalow on South Main
street. Mr. Yarborough having been j
some time ago transferred to the Ca
barrus Mill office. Kannapolis people *
extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Yar- 1
borough and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, of Charlotte. '
and Mr. Young, recently of Asheville, '
are new cowers at the Kannapolis Inn. I
Mr. Mauney is visiting in Gastonia. 1
Mr. aud Mrs. L. E. Funderburk aud
little Dorothy, spent Sunday in Salis
Miss Myrtie Walker spent Sunday in
the country with home folks.
Invitations are out for the marriage '
of Dr. Nolan and Miss Morris. Miss
Morris' home is in Burlington and she
was a member of the Kannapolis school 1
faculty the past term.
Miss Nell Haynes, of Piedmont. S. C.,
is the guest of Mrs. E. E. I sidy.
Miss Carrie Watson, of the Parks-Belk
clerical force, wiii leave tonight for 1
Atlanta and Tiffton. Ga., on a mouth's
Tile pupils of Mrs. J. G. laiwe gave a
recital at her home on South Main street
on last Saturday afternoon. The fol
lowing is tin* program:
Duet : Robin Adais—Viola Thorn and
Duet—Mildred Fisher and Mrs. Lowe.
Soug of the Katydid— Cart Wilhelm
Kern. Op. 1!), No. 2—Frank Sloop.'"
Duet—Myrtice Lee and Mrs. Lowe.
In May—Francis Behr, Op. 575—Ne1l
Singing aud Swinging—Mae Aileen
Erb. Op. 1!), No. 10—Carolyn Craven.
Tinkliug Bells—L. A. Bushel— Kath
erine Ixi we.
In Jolly Mootl—Daniel Rowe—Louise
Doll’s Funeral—Spaulding Norma
On tile Wain—David Dick Slater-
Maypole Dance—L. A. Bugbee—Cleo
The Ship—Slater—Alma McGuirt,
Bicycle Waltz—Adam Geikl—Norma
Enchantment— Mari l’aldi—Elsie Mc-
A Poppy Field—William Baines—•
Duet—Katherine I owe and Louise
Auburn Leaf—Hans Harthnui—Lomu
Twilight on the River—Ludwiek Renk
1\ altz—Spaulding—Anita Soarbnro.
Minuet—L. Van Beethoven—Sadie
Fairy Voices—H. D. Hewitt—Gallic
A Summer Mardigal—Carl Motor —
Mary Lee Hill.
Duet—Edna Widenhouse and Alma
Playing Tug—J. Margstein—AJHe
In the Daisy Field—Milton D. Blake—
Spinning Song—-A. Alleneurich, Op.*,
14, No. 4, —Myrtle Sloop. * i
Fairy Piistorikl—Wilsou G. Smith— 1
Serouatn—A. D. Turner, Op. 35 No. 5
Mrs. Lowe win teach ufitfl frst »I
July, at which time* she will spetW Are
summer m the motmtaias. of Western
North Carolina She will returns charge
IRE CONCORD D7HCT TRIBUNE
( of her clash again on September Ist.
I Miss Mary Wampler will arrive from
* Chicago Saturday to visit her parents,
i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wampler.
Mrs. T. P. Moose's home is nearing
i completion and she will occupy the
( house scon. /
Committees have been appointed -to
i make arrangements for the July cele
bration. It is expected that the plans
1 will be very elaborate. Friday. July (>,
will Re the day for these festivities in
• stead of the 4th, so as not to divide the
: week into two parts for the mill era
-1 ptoyees. The mills will npen v again on
the following Monday.
Mr. Hoover Walter and of
Gastonia, wHI move back to this city as
soon as Mrs. W. A. Honeycutt and fam
ily are able to procure another house,
and vacate the Hoover home.
Mr. I.uther Gillon. Jr., Miss Rosalie
and Mr. Leonard Uilloti spent Monday
afternoon in Charlotte.
Messrs. -. M. Widenhottse. IV. B. Dur
ham. W. C. Graham, aud O. E. Scarboro
have gone beyond Hickory on a fishing
excursion. They expect to be joined in
Newton by Rev. W. B. Shinn, Rev. 'Sir.
Tucker and Mr. Cox.
Mrs. Dunean is visiting in Farming
Mr. Cox and family, of Newton, visit
ed relatives in Kannapolis the past
Mr. W. D. Durham made a recent
triii to Burlington.
Miss Kathleen Khcm and Mr. E. B.
Young were married Sunday in Greens
boro. They left after the marriage for
a trip to New York aud Washington.
This news is of much interest to Kannap
olis, people'as Mrs. Young was a mem
ber of the Kannapolis school faculty the
past term, and has made ninny friends
here. Her home is in Haver, N. C. Mr.
Young's home is in Rock Hill. S. ('.,
though he has been for some time em
ployed at Spruce Pine, N. G.
Miss Goodwin, Mrs. Frank Flowe. Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Halstead and Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Sharp will leave Saturday
night for Washington.
Mrs. 'lra Wlncrofi. of' South Maih
street, aud Mr. J. M. Barringer. 'of 'Mt.
Lila, were inarViyd Saturday evening at
S :.*lO o'clock at "the home of the bride
oil 'Sburli Mailt' street. Key.' Mr. ftrowb
officiating. MinSs Queen and Marie
Graeber played the wetjding mareh. Mrs.
Barringer wore a beautiful gray cantoti
crepe gown with accessories to match.
Quite a number of friends and relatives
were in attendance. Immediately after
the ceremony the couple left for the
groom’s home in Mt. Lila. Mrs. Barrin
ger was for quite awhile the popular
superintendent of the dining room at the
Cabarrus Y. M. C. A. She has resided
in this city a number of years and has
many warm friends here who regret for
her to leave.
Miss Ruth Walter. who is taking
treatment at Biltmore hospital, is ex
pected home the 2nd of July to spend
a two Weeks’ vacation.
Mr. G. Dudley, head baker at the
Kannapolis •bakery, expects to make a
trip to Roanoke"; Ya.. Saturday to' visit
Mrs. Lois Earnhardt left Monday for
Lenoir-Rhyne College 'to attend summer
Mi's. Wims-off Barringer left today for
her home in Mt. I'lla after spending a
day or two iu the city. /
Little Miss Margaret Willene Yost de
lightfully entertained on Monday. June
4 at the home of her parents on South
Main street iu celebration of her ninth
birthday. A boor fifty guests were pres
ent. The home was attractively decor
ated with pink roses. The party engaged
iu interesting games which afforded
much fun and amusement. Nine can
tiles decorated the birthday ettke, corre
sponding with the number of anniversar
I’ittk and white ice cream and cakes
were served, the color note being observ
ed throughout hi detail. The honoree
was the recipient of many beautiful pres
ents. She is very winsome and popular,
and her friends 1 wish her many more
Mr. and Mrs. I<aney. of Juniper street,
made a trip to Rock Hill. S. G„ Satur
day, returning Sunday. 1
Mrs. P. G. Wagner is spending this
week ill Salisbury with tier parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Irvin spent Sun
day in Mill Bridge.
Tim revival meeting at Trinity Meth-
odist Church, conducted by Rev. D. Y.
York, of Athens, Okla.. aud his singer.
J. W. Glance, also of the same state, has (
been in progress for ten days now and |
will coutinue through next Sunday, at I
least. The preaching has been plain and |
powerful, and. there have been more tliuu
On Wednesday evening, June 2(>th. at
S o'clock Wilde C. Smith, the famous deft
who writes "Little Jetts" for
the Sunday School Times, will give an
illustrated lecture at Trinity Methodist
Church. You have opportunities like
this only once or twice in a lifetime. Ev
ery one invited.
Indian elephants cannot live in cen
tral Africa, tile home of a larger and
more hardly species.
Os the 2(1 barons who signed the
Magna Charta on'y three eomu write
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EASY TO DARKEN
YOUR GRAY HAIR ;
You Can Bring Back Color Did
Luatre With Sage Ton i,
When yon darken your hair wißi I
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, 1
because it’s done so naturally, so even- t
ly. Preparing this mixture, though, at
home is mussy and troublesome. At
little cost you >can buy at any drug
store the ready-to-use preparation, im
proved by the addition of other inert- ,
dients called “Wjfcth’s Sage and Sul
phur Compound.” You just dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. By morning all gray
hhir disappears,! and, after ; another
Gray, faded hair, though no diagram,
is a.signofjM age, all 4e> t
Sage aad Sulphur Compound
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Youthful 1 ourists Bring Home New
Steps to Be Used in Modern Dances
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Latest Steps From Waikiki.
San Francisco, Cal., June I).—When
l*ablic (lancing first cauic into vogue
about ten years ago; with the "turkey
trotf' dancing masters and other devo
tees of terpsichore dwlnred that tfie
craze was but a passing fancy and that
a few months wou(d again find dancing
confined to private functions. How
they were mistakai the world ay a
whole knows. Now dancing is unques
tionably the most popular universal pas
time, with steps created in New York.
New Orleans. Chicago or San Francisco
being stepped all over the world, intro--
duced into the capitals of the leading
nations by the ever-moving army of Am
The worshippers of the great god
■’Jazz are legion, and always on the
lookout for new figures to embody in
their dances, with the result that' one
who yesterday may have been considered
the best "stepper" in his or her com
munity, today may have no standing as
a dancer at nil. having failed to keep up
with, the over-night changes suddenly
introduced. New dance steps are com
ing from the Orient, beiug brought here
by tourists on the Pacific Mail lines.
Though the majority of the dances of
the modern school, the "Chicago,” “Ral
conades. ‘ and "Toddle.” are American
creations, either gotten up by profes
sional dancers or expert amateurs, the
inspiration for the steps on which they
arc based, the rhythm of the music to
which they are danced, are, in the main,
of foreign origin.
The American tourist. always iu
search of something new when abroad,
whether it be in clothing, scenery or
entertainment, is maiuly responsible for
the new steps iu the jazz curriculum. , •
Passengers returning from the Orient*
and Hawaii on the steamships of the
Pacific Mail l,ine aoe leaders in this
connection. Witnessing the age-old steps
of the Chines* tea house girls, the geisha
giifis of Japu,u. the hula dancers of Hon
olulu, the younger tourists see possibili-.
ties for astonishing their friends at
home with new versions of the fox trot,
and once back aboard ship, set to work,
with the assistance of the liner’s orches
tra. to adapt the steps to ragtime.
A party of school girls and college
men who recently toured the Orient on
the Pacific Mail Finer President Cleve
land kept the orchestra aboard working
overtime while they developed a new
dance embodying movements they had
witnessed iu various Cities they had vis
ited. The finished dance, ns yet-unnam
ed. promised to startle even the most
blase of the younger dancing set.
Though everyone, naturally, does not
take to dancing of the jazz variety, the
dame, however, is one of the most pop
ular forms of diversion on ship board,
and those older passengers who find no
delight in the newer fox trot -and kin
dred dances do take considerable pleas
ure iu floating through the measures of
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Ever Hear of Stale Gas?
Foiks don t tyuy a thousand cubic feet of gas and theh 1 '
have to throw away part of it because it’s wilted or old.
GAS IS MADE AND DELIVERED AS NEEDED AND \ ►
USED. There are no “left overs” or stale portions. The ,
meter, at your comnland, measures out 'the quantity you ’
1 • want —no more. - v • „ \ ’
' T - , , , , . as S€l- vice is a waste-defying service—clean, dependable,
’ .11 £• *>»« • efficient. ' 1
» with heat you 1 . < , f
can do it Bet- A,,.., r> „
1 with OAS.” mats one reason why it is so small a part of our living
expense. Compared with other essentials, its cost is only a
jf — l ■. ' " -fraction of its real value.
Concord & Kannapolis Gits Co. :
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a waltz, especially in she springtime,
when a seductive moon and calm smooth
sen. together with the soft cadence of a
well trained orchestra, lure them to the
Skimmed milk is being condensed and
stored in sacks for indefinite storage as
stock feed. When 5 to 1 condensation is
secured the skint milk mixed with ab
sorbent grains. After the grains have
absorbed the milk they are dried and
, money ut
HUSBANDS AND FATHERS:—
The best way to be in a position to do the duty you owe to
your family is to have money on deposit in the bank.
You should also teach EVERY MEMBER of your falmily the
banking habit so that if anything happens to you they can look out
Everyone should not only have a bank account but should
make the balance to his credit grow. Regular deposits make the
bank balance grow rapidly and encourage thrift.
WE WILL WELCOME YOU£ ACCOUNT
Cabarrus Savings Bank
Friday, June 15, 1923,
' TODAY’S SVmS.
; Friday, Jne 15, IMS.
Kossovo Day, the national fete day
of the Serbians.
Annua! observance of Pioneer Day in
tfie State of Idaho.
Oqtenary of the birth of fftory if.
Sanford. who distinguished himself in
the diplomatic service of , the United
Nineteenth Anniversary of
steamer General Slocum disaster In the
East River. New York, in which nearly
1000 lives were lost.
If William 11. had not been deprived
of bis throne he . would -Jhave com
pleted today a reign of thirty-five years
as German Emperor.
A number of the most prominent
journalists of the United States and
other countries are to take pjirt in the
International Press Congress which
opens today at Gothenburg, Sweden.
There were only 1K.H53.00Q horses on"
the farms of the United States January
1. 1023. This total was smaller by 203.-,
000 than on the first of January, 1022.
DOING HIS DUTY.
“For two years I suffered agonizing
pains in my stoihach, belching up sour
and bitter fluids and gas. Tongue al-
ways coated. Doctors were unable to
help me. The first dose of Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy made me feel 100 per
cent. better, and I am now feeling bet
ter than at any time in my life. 1
deem it my duty to advise other suf
ferers." It is a simple, harmless prep
aration that removes the catarrhal mucus
from the intestinal tract and allays the
inflammation .which causes practically
all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,
including appendicitis. One dose will
convince or money refunded. Gibson
Drug Store and druggists everywhere.