Monday, April 27, 1925
THE OLD HOME TOWN BV STANLEY
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If Specials in Beautiful j
Come today or at your first opportunity and choose
your needs from our magnificent showing of fine footwear j'
$3.45 TO $7.50 j
Bargain Tables filled from our regular stock almost j!
sl.9B $2.95 $3.95
PARKER’S SHOE STORE
PHONE 897 K WHERE YOU SAVE jj
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There'are seventeen KELVINATORS in homes in Concord giving <|
perfect satisfaction. Now is the time to give your order for a KEL- |!
VINATOR and be free from the expense and trouble of obtaining ice ' |
during the coming hot weather. J l
J. Y. PHARR & BRO. 1
Phone 103, 127 or 208
I Good brakes are a necessity, not a luxury. We reline 1
them with modern factory equipment, whiSi countersinks F
the rivets so that they do not cut the druft. Full line of 1
“American Springs,” Prest-o-Lite Batteries, standard ac- H
cessories, Genuine Ford parts.
STUDEBAKER SALES AND SERVICE
AUTO SUPPLY & REPAIR CO.. Inc. ]
\\ CASH FEED STORE II
J Will insure the life of your baby chicks when you use Star- Ij I
i tina and Baby Chick Chow for your chicks. And if you feed | |
I according to directions you can grow a two pound chick 11
in eight weeks. All we ask is a Fair Trial.
i We also have Choice Timothy Hay, Oats and Sweet I l '
I I Feed. - jji
| Phone 122 S. Church St.
I FRESH FRUITS 8
Fancy Jumbo Bananas, Apples, Oranges and Grape- !
Ripe tomatoes, Green Beans, Iceberg Lettuce, Celery, !
Squash and NeW Potatoes.
Sanitary Grocery Co.
“A REAL GOOD PLACE TO TRADE”
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In and About the City
1 Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle.
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HE STRUCK MATCH WHILE
CAR WAS BEING RILLED
Tourist Has a Blaze and Comes Near
Losing His Ford.
The Albemafle fire department wns
called out Monday morning in response
an alarm from the White Front Ser
vice station on West Main street. A
South Carolina motorist had driven up
to the station, and while his tank was
: being filled he struck a match too near
I the tank. His car was soon ablaze, and
but for the timely application of sand.
I sawdust. anfi aid from a nearby station
l \ thaf furnished an extinguisher, the fire
j i department would have been needed for
i 1 heavier duty.
| The Ford was right much the worse
i for the accident, but the owner drove off
| a little later, probably a little wiser for
j the experience.
1 1 The. Kerr Street Baptist Revival.
1 1 Sunday was' a great, day for the Kerr
ji Street Revival. The Lord was there and
i 1 blessed his people in a great way. There
1 1 was a record congratulation at the morn-
S ing service) and at night the entire seat
- 11 ing capacity was filled, and chairs had
j 1 to be put in the aisles. Mr. Whitley
l[ preached two very helpful sermons. His
j i subject Sunday night was “Dying without
j 1 God,” Text Daniel 5:30. “In that night
11 was Bel-ehaz-zar the king of the Chal-de
ji ans, slain.’*
I He said in part: AVe look around us
l [ and see men dying every day and .the
j i first question that is asked is “was he a
ij Christian?" The thought is was God
1 1 with him cr her death, and are they
Ji now with God in peace! If we expect
l| for Gcd to be with us in death we must
1 1 take him with us in life. First, This
J i man's friends was of the wrong kind, the
1 1 one that gives you wind or gambles, who
j; is your enemy, and in the hour of death,
i will forsake you. Second, then this man
| had wonderful oportunitics. He could
i have lead the Nation to God. I thank
i God for men with authority who love and
| serve God. Third. Then he was a man
of influence, but he used his influence in
, the wrong way. Fourth, then he had
5 been warned air his days. God has always
‘ warned people before destroying them.
, Fifth, He sent foe God’s man in the hour
of He wanted some one that
1 knew Cod te«ome and help him. but lis
| ten that night the'man paid the awful
i penalty for his mistakes. Five came at
1 the conclusion of the service and re
concreated their lives to God. Service
at 7:30. Four deacons will be
1 ordained. Come and worship with us.
i The Bootlegger’s Nemesis.
Cabarrus County has developed the
finest prohibition officer in the nation
—Dan F Widenhouse. He is so
recognized by all conversant with his
i work. He can find a still, beer and
Jiqnor by instinct. The other day we
took a trip with him to see him at work.
, He started first to find n branch. This
■ found he got busy and soon two bar
rels of beer were found covered under
the ground. Trees were growing on top
of them-r-at least it looked as if they
were to us—but Dan pulled up the trees
and bushes and underneath was the
mash just ready for the Worm and the
still. Dan is a wonder when on duty.
I ‘h* direction of the winds and
I his smell is so acute, the winds bear him
I right to the still or liquor. And yet he is
I as fair and square to all violators as he
I can bei He seldom loses a case because
I he doesn’t start them without first hav-
I ing the evidence. And every bootlegger
I in North. Carolina knows Dan —fears
I him. His catches often seem miraculous.
I The New Concord Mayor To-Be.
I Concord Observer
| Mr. C. H. Barrier the nominee for may
or of Concord is a Cabarrus product.
He was born and reared in No. 9 town
ship near Gedrgeville and if he was ever
out of the county we have no record. He
farmed for years and then came to Concord
i and l°r 20 odd years he lias managed
i a large merchantile business here. He
1 ionce served aB city alderman and .in this
| office made a good record. Hie large vote
i attests his popularity with our people,
i He will make a worthy successor to Mr.
[ AA’omble. Mr. Womble is also popular
i and a good man but what beat him was
| he had held the job two terms and it is
i the unwritten law in Cabarrus to beat
i the fellow who is in. ' Life tenure of of
| flee)was abolished here 30 odd years ago.
, AVe hope Mr. Barrier wHI make us a
i splendid leader and put us up a few
\ notches more on the ladder of fame and
i William A. Dees Dies in Number One
i AVilliam A. Dees, twenty-six years of
■ age, died at the home of his mother.
, Mrs. Laura Starnes Dees, in Number 1
township Sunday morning at 7:30
) o’clock. Funeral services were conducted
. this morning at 11 o’clock at Fairview
I church, burial being made in the Fair
> view cemetery.
J Mr. Dees had been ill for several
[ years, his death being caused by tuber
| culosis. For same time his condition
| has been serious. He was born in j
i Cabarrus county March 17, 1899, the I
child of James and I.aura Starnes Dees. l
He spent his life in the county, having
charge of a farm in Number 1 town
I He ia survived by a wife and two chil- 1
Jder. and by hist mother and six brothers
and sisters. '
I The Soviet government has closed the '
[camp at the head of Aldon River where j
• gold has been found, and no additional
prospectors are permitted to enter the i
i 1 district. . / ' 4
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
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42. Carriages used in winter.
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or entry of ships at certain ports.
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music for the choir!
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Dying Harpist Ordered Deaths of Pet
Cats to Go to Heaven With Her.
New York AVorld.
Mme. Kitty Berger, harpist, wlio died
of heart disease in the Presbyterian
Hospital Tuesday, left word that her
four oast should be killed at once so they
might go to Heaven with her, her friend
Mrs. Adolph Scfcminke -of No. 250 West
93rd Street, said yesterday. Mrs.
Sclimitike said she gnve the cats to the
American Society for Preventing of
Cruelty to Animals, to be killed yester
Mrs. Schminke added that when Mme.
WELL KNOWN AND BELOVED
EVANGELIST OF THE NAZARENE
CHURCH ENDORSES HERB JUICE
R«v. A. L. Greene Gives This Great Tonic Laxative Credit For Restoring Health
to Self and Entire Family.
REV. A. L. GREEN AND FAMILY
Rev. A. L. Greene, traveling evangelist of the Naaarene Church for the past
thirty years, through the States of Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky and the Car
olnras where he is known and loved by tthousands of people from all walks of life,
lends Ins name to further the cause of HERB JUICE, the medicine that has prov
ed of such great benefit to him and his family.
Before I began to use this medicine,” said Rev. Mr. Greene, “I was just out o
f shape all over stomach was so upset I could not eat and I never felt like do
ing a thing. I had such a strange numb feeling in my legs all the time which I
was told was caused from poor criculation. I was so badly constipated and so
nervous that I could not sleep at night. J have tried a lot of different kinda of
medicines for the trouble, but I can honestly say that I never found anyth ! nr to
do em any good until I started using the HERB JUICE. It is simply wonderful
the way this medicine has brought back my health. I fed as though I had nev
er been sick a day in my life, bowels act regularly, no more poor circulation, stom
i£ h Miriil' r i"“ i 1 “L n ea . t and ™j°y lllrw B°°<l n«il* « day. Not only j
has HERB JUICE helped me hut it has also restored my wife and daughter to!
I good health; they were alsos bothered a great deal kith constipation which had'
j unset their 1 Today the Y l°° k better than they have for years and
like m.vselff give HERB JUICE credit for restoring their health. I have never
given a statement of this kind, before, but Ifeel as though I would be doing my |
fellowmen an injustice if I did not tell them about HERB JUICE.”
muJ* 1 ® JS?®? J l has established headquarters hi CotKorri at the i
Drug Co. and will ghidljr ten without any cost just what benefit you
can obtain from HERB JUICE. Also sold hi Ksmulpolis at F. L. Smith Drug Co
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65. Lawyers charge.
67. Seventh note in scale.
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Berger was told, two years ago, to go
to the hospital for treatment, she re
fused to do so, saying no one else could
care for her cats, aud that before her
death flowers were brought to her
from the grave of her favorite cat.
Mme. Berger, in private life Mrs. Paul
Pnncritius, was born in Austria, where
her parents were members of the ho toe
hold of Emperor Francis Joseph. She
played before the Emperor, Queen Vic
toria, Queen Alexandra and President
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Dr. Francis Burgette Short says that honesty
is simply an old-fashioned virtue that insures
large dividends of happiness to all who prac
Surely, this applies equally to the conduct *
.of business— a refail store/
The Golden Rule in practice is a straight
road that all can travel with mutual happiness,
satisfaction and profit
This business was builded by giving a square
deal to all alike always. *
We believe that as we do to our friends and .
customers, they will do to us. If we merit
jtheir patronage, it will be given to us.
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; Bqlls, Racket Covers, Racket j
Rackets Restrung Here
Prices are $2.00, $3.00, $4.50, $6.00 and $7.50. 24 hour
service on Restringing Rackets.
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| insures the proper amount of oil in your cm* case *
I all running condltitons. caße “* u ““**> under | £
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Vesuvius Is Again Showing Activity.
Naples, Italy, April 25.—The activity
of Vesuvius, which after eight months
:of comparative rest is in eruption again
continued to increase slightly today, but
j conditions were regarded as so safe that
500 tourists, one third of them Ameri
cans, were permitted to asend the volcano
Jon the Funicular railway which runs to
I the summit, and to go near the crater.
* Professor Mallandra, the director of
the Vesuvius observatory, proved his aa-
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sertion that the situation is not dangerous V
by descending into the crater to study "
The Irish Free State has 13,000 licensed i
saloons. This is one saloon for every 230
person in Free State, whereas the propor- j
tion in England is Ito 400, and in Scot- £i
land 1 to 695.
Mies E. F. Hansel], in 1887, was the
first winner of the United States Women’s
tennis championship. \ -’gi