Ifrßlgtilca— TThfa Treatment Guaranteed
to stop seizures or money returned. No
bromides, narcotics. Try at our risk.
Hunter Laboratories, 900 Scott, Little
Rock, Ark. 3-lt-p.
Nice QM Haas Saturday. Alto Coun
try bacon. Cabarrus Cash Grocery Co.
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Kor Rent—Six Room House on South
Powder street. All modern conveni
ences. Phone OO2L. S-Bt-e.
Choice Cuts of Native Spring Step* «hd
veal. Phone 310 and 525. ‘ HK|.#C v
Graeber. 3-2 t-p. ■.
The Young Peoples’ Missionary Society
of Rocky River Church is giving an
ice cream supper‘July 4th beginning
at 4 o’clock. Every one invited to at
Wanted —Women to Make Money at
home. Plain home sewing. No can
vassing. To prevent curiosity seek
ers, send ten cent (coin) for samples
and particulars. Success Sewing Sys
tem, Box 207, Long Beach, N. J.
For Sale—Five-Room House on Meadow
Street; six-room house on East Depot
L Street; several nice lots on South
•I union Street. Telephone 797. Link
er & Barnett. 2-2 t-p.
C’egeUMee—Big Lot Daily—Country
beans, cukes, corn, tomatoes, cabbage,
: peaches and apples. Phone us, 565.
: Ed. M. Cook Compauy. l-3t-p.
Windshields, Car Door Glass, Mirrors,
■jj all sixes, also mirrors re-silvere<l.
;• Phone 312-W. Walter Bros., corner
a Dorland and South ’ Valley Street.
.*} 29-6 t-p.
I&ooibs Fur Rent—Mrs. S. E. Kuther. 67
t; East Depot Street. " 29-st-c..
DOOK OF HOPE FOR PRISONERS
Speaking of State prisoners anil his
policy toward them, Governor McLean
7«ays: "l am determined to reverse
ibante’s ‘all hope abandon ye who enter
Jjiere.’ so far as it effects the State's pr’s
\fn. J want the prisoners to have hops.
• and intend to Isold the door of hupe open."
<1 And so the Governor, believing n the
.Wisdom■ its tempering the severity of the
fpenal code with common-sense, justice
and metcYr is carrying an the policy of
granting cno limitations ami indetermin
ate seHtenees.‘"\tkieh was begun by Gov
ernor Morrison. Then Governor Mel.can
describes a work of sample yet long neg
lected justice that will commend : tstsf to
every citizen who h»s ever taken time to
reflect niton the errors and oppressions
that are bound to creep into the admin
istration of justice under the customs
existing since time immemorial. The
.“In addition. I have asked Mr. S ilk,
the pardon commissioner, now that lie
lias cleared some of the work that had
accumulated when he was apisiinted. to
go through the central prison at4feleigh
•ud the several <amps arid look up some
of those for whom no intercession 1 lin'd
been made. There are old men there,
and some old women, folks who have
never hail anybody to present their cases.
I want these eases looked into. I want
to find out who they are."
Other North Carolina Governors have
taken thought for these frieudless men
and women who. from one cause or an
other, have been condemned to endure
punishment beyond all fair limits of
measuring offense and penalty: and Gov
ernor McLean, too, is convinced that the
state is withholding liberty from some
who have paid in full their debt for
breaking the laws of the State.
Some day this principle will be carried
further in North Carolina's penal disci
THE NEW EFIRD STORE
Stock of Silk and
It Complete and It Offered
to You at Mid-Summer
THE NEW EFIRD STORE
We Ci<M» Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
JHt PENHY Ull SETS 'EI HU TIB
Extra Nice Cantaloupes, Cabarrus Cub
Grocery Co. 3-2 t-p.
Fresh Milk Cow For Sale or Thade For
beef cattle. Phone 510. Chas. C.
G-raeber. jDairy cattle a specialty.
Fresh Fish—Speckle Trout' and Croak
ers. Phone 510 and 525. Chas. C.
Graeber. 8-2 t-p.
For Rent—Five-Room House on Cor
bin Street near Concord Steam Bak
, ery. See D. A. MeLaurin. 2-2 t-p.
'Wanted—Plain Sewing Mr*. E C
Turner. -2-2 t-p.
.Special Saturday and Monday—Four
large cans Dei Monte Crushed Pine
apple.one dollar; five large cans syrup
peaches one dollar. Cabarrus Cash
Grocery Co. 3-2 t-p.
New Five Roan Bungalow For Rent on
Valley street. Phone G29L or 269 AV.
For Rent—Five-Room Bungalow, With
bath, SIB.OO per month. Phone 852.
Visiting Cards Handsomely Printed, 50
for SI.OO or 100 for $1.50. Times-
Tribune Office. ts.
For Rent—A New Five-Room Bungalow.
Apply Concord Steam Bakery.
Ever}’ Child Can Get One of Our Beau
tiful infant dolls without a cent of
money. Read the big page ad. and see
how easy it is. • if.
Desirable Furnished Rooms For Rent;
also four-room unfurnished apartment.
New house with modern conveniences.
Phone 501. 10-ts-p.
pline. Men and women without rela
tives or friends will not be thrust into
jail to wait months on a jury trial, gonjp
times unjustly denied or unable to give
the law any security for their appenr
auce. There will be in every county some
official friend of the friendless culprit,
actual or alleged, who will provide the
tegul aijyiee and aid which offenders with
minis may have ill such abundance that
the law : s hard put to it to prevent their
receiving justice. This umpire of the
law will he familiar with jails from fre
quent visits, and his reports on how the
jail population lives will foster a public
opinion strong enough to guarantee that
men anil women shall live in decent sur
roundings while serving or awaiting trial.
The growth of humane feelings toward
prisoners in North Carolina is not maud
lin sentimentality. Governor McLean
for that matter, is no sentimeutuhxt. His
ideas about the just punishment of crime
are rigid enough to suit any reasonable
upholders of the laws as they are on the
gooks. Bui the Governor anti an increas
ing number of his fellow citizens are de
termined thnt the “majesty of the law"
.stall not be despoiled by deliberate or
Woughtless cruelties and brutalities com-
ViFtiod niMiit helpless humanity.
Muggins was really quite a thin, small
man, but an this particular morning he
looked bulky, to say the least of it.
The neighbors were surprised. Jen
kins, on his way to the station, paused
in astonishment as he saw Muggins
emerge from his house.
“Hello!” he said. '‘You look well
wrapped up. Where are you guilt’? To
the North Pole?"
“No." was the reply, “I'm going to
paint the front door.”
"But why are you wearing all those
"Because it says on the paint tin."
retorted Muggins. “ ’To obtain the best
results put on three or four coats’.'’
THIL CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
IN ANBrABQUT THE QtY
LOCAL GUARDSMEN LEAVE i
FOR CAMP TOMORROWI
Going to Camp Glenn for Annual En
campment of Two Weeks.—Roator of
Capt. C. N. Alston, commanding of
ficer of Company E, Concord’s national j
guard unit, will lead hie men to Camp '
Glenn tomorrow afternoon for the an
nual two weeks’ encampment. The
guardsmen will leave here cm train No. :
46 tomorrow afternoon, and expect to
reach camp early Sunday morning. I
Heretofore the company has left on ;
an early morning train for camp but this
plans has put them there after dark,
so a change is made this year so the men
will diave opportunity to pitch camp dur- 1
iug the day. jj
The following W the roster of the root- 1
Captain: Charles N. Alston.
First Lieutenant; George P. Ritchie. !
Second Lieutenant: Wilmer B. Mil
First Sergeant: Fred IJ. Rogers.
Sergeants: Luther D. Safrit, Robert !
J. (ireen. Ernest V. Dry, Charlie B.
Griffin, Homer J. Isenhour. Joe A.
Helms, John H. Jacobs, Everett G. Ben
Corporals: Preston T. Verble, Roy E.
Isenhour. Harvey 8. Whittington, Alvin
D. Sides. Edward C. Barringer, Zeb H.
Miller. Aubrey F. Simpson, William C.,
Privates. First Class: Louis F. Bar-'
rier. Thomas W. Fink, James O. Fleteh- 1
er. Ix>yd G. Garmon, Noah A. Griffin,
Felix A. Green, George R. Gwyn, Cur
tis E. Honeycutt. Robert M. Kirk,!
Charles C. Kiser. Rosebery W. Lee.
Claude H. Miller, Joseph F. Miller. Ray
O. Overeasfi, Carl J. Uribinson. Jerry K.
Privates: Clarence jH. Alexander.
Howard T. Barbee. Cyril G. Black. Rob
ert M. Biackweldar, Alfred H. Bruton,
Paul B. Carpenter, Otton I*. Chaney.
Ralph W. Dry, Brady Y. Faggart. Al
bert F. Furr, Victor M. Hagler. Robert
L- Kiser, Boyd S. Krimminger. Ramon
E. Ludwiefc, Louis E. Lentz, Matthew
It. Mauldin. William J. Maxwell. Carl
J. Miller. Arnold D. Moore. Arthur M.
Morris. Harry G. Pethel, Irvin A. Shan
kle. Doivd A. Shinn, Ernest E. Sides.
Robert M. Simpson. Napoleon L. Smith.
Floyd W. Starnes. Floyd M. Tucker,
Ralph' K. Verble, Charlie L. Verble, Gar
ner E. Verble. Horace J. Witlenbotise.
Spencer M. Wjdenhouse, Charles M.
Tenth District Meeting I. O. O. F.
The tenth district meeting of tile Odd
Fellows will be held in Concord on Sat
urday afternoon and night. July lltli.
The afternoon meeting will be called to
order at three o'clock in the lodge room,
j This will be a business session and will
be open to members and delegates only.
After the business meeting refreshments
] will be served. The night session will
j be held at 8 o’clock at the court bouse,
i anil will be open to the public. The
/velcome atklress will be delivered by T.
I). Maness. a member of the Concord bar.
Grand Master David Gaster. of Fayette
ville. will preside at this meeting, and
John D. Berry, of Raleigh, grand secre
tary, will be in attendance at tfiis meet
ing. and will probably address the con
vention. Others prominent in the cir
cles of the order will also be present and
make addresses. s
Mrs. George Little Dead at Home on Du
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Little died on
Thursday morning at one o'clock at her
home ou Duval street. The can- ■ of her
death was heart trouble. sh“ had been
sick several months, hut her conditio t be
came serious Sunday.
Mrs. Little was 66 years of age, and
was a daughter of the late Mi. and Mrs.
James Smith, of Stanly count”. Site e
Iter marriage she has made her home in
Sttrv’vtng are her husband and five
children, namely: A. I*. Utile, of St.
Liui*. Mo.: F. J.. W. A. and Sara lit
tle and one doughter, Mrs. 8. T. Pratlow.
all of tM- pity. The ftiuera) service will
be held at her late home Saturday after
noon at 2 o’clock and burial will be made
at Cold Water Church.
Musette, Inc, Makes an Assignment.
Owners of the Musette, Inc., tiled as
signment papers Thursday and C. A.
Isenhour has been appointed trustee.
Business with the company has been
rather uncertain for several months, it
was stated by uue of the officers, and the
directors authorized that the stock be,
assigned Jtp Mr. Isenhour as trustee, for
the henefit of the creditors.
In discussing the elosiug of the com
pany, one officer expressed the belief
that the stock of goods would cover all
debts and that the creditors would be
paid in full.
Deed* Recorded Thursday
B. L. Umberger has sold to L. H.
Sides several lots in I’arkwood, No. 4
township, for $1,055, according to a deed
filed at the court house Thurdsay. An
other deed records the sale of property
in No. 3 township by Mrs. Annie C. Al
lison to James B. Cannon for $1,575.
and still another deed records the sale of
land in No. 8 township by Robert Lynn
to Howard Lynn, the purchase price be
ing given as $l5O.
la From Texas.
Mrs. J. M. Cushion, of Tyler. Texas,
is visiting friends and relatives in Ca
barrus and Iredell counties, stopping
with Mrs. M. A. Emerson in No. 3 town
ship. Cabarrus. Mrs. Cushion is a na
tive of this communitir. but moved to
Texas with her husband forty years ago.
This is her third visit to her native state
since first going west. Mr. Oashiou died
sudddenly two years ago while in the
field at work.
The Key to Success
Success depends primarily on a healthy
liver qnd stomach. You can not think
straight if these organ* are not working
properly. Jlayr’e Wonderful Remedy is
Usually successful in such cases. Our ad;
vice -to everyone trouble in this wiy, ftj
ptfeSaOy 'when accompanied with bloating
in the stomach, is to try this remedy.
finding appendicitis* Jfibscy Drag**iStoro
1 NAMES OF OUT OF TOWN
1 Supt. A. 8. Webb Hm pmed All Varan-1
7 eies With KxceptM of Cgmnffeej
The names of the out of town teaeh-1
; ers who have accepted work !n the city !
schools was announced tins morning by
Superintendent A. 8. Webb. Practically
. every vacaney has been filled with the
exception of the position of Commerce
, teacher in the High School.
I The following have accepted work: j
! In the High School: Miss Sarah Mob-1
ley, of Covington, Ga. Miss Mobley is at-]
tending summer school at Columbia C»i
, vcrslty, N, Y.
i Mr. W. J. Richard*. 8905 HeuruaryJ
? Ave, Richmond. Va, t 1
Mr. IV. A. McAutejfH* Gilead. N. C.
I Miss Mary Alutthefes. 236 Charlotte!
i St.. Asheville. N. C. W '
j A Commercial tcaekrir has not yet been]
! For Number Two School: . J
! Miss Bernice Jones, of Lauren*. 8.,0.1
for Central Grammar 8chooi:
Miss Ina Butler, Wiuterville, Ga.;
Miss Julia Arrowood, Chapel Hill Sunt
mer School. Miss Ijlie Moore. Boiling
1 Springs, X. O, at Chapel Hiil Summer
Corbin Street School: Miss Ruby C.
Wakleu, Spartanburg, S. C.
! CORLEY MILLS PROPERTY ,
DISPOSED OF AT AUCTION
Thorpe, of Rocky Mount, Is Purehaaet,
, Subject to Ooatnpetion of Federal
Fayetteville, July I—A. I’. Thorpe, of
Rocky Mount, was the purchaser, for
$175,000. of the Corny Mills, Inc, sold
at public auction on the mill premises on
Tuesday afternoon by R. L. Huffines. of
Rocky Mount, trustee in bankruptcy, by
Older of J. B. Cheshire. Jr., referee, of
Raleigh. The property was sold as ’an
entirety and as a going concern. Mr.
Thorpe was also the purchaser of the
Corley Mills’ equity of redemption in
two tracts of land adjoining the mill
property ami containing 644 acres, less
three small parcels of laud. These two
tracts were sold subject to a prior lien
in favor of the Amerienn Trust Company
of Charlotte, ill the principal sum of
$25,000. Both sales are subject ,to eon
firinat’nu of the United States court for
the eastern district of North Carolina.
Air. Thorpe is head of the A. P.
Thorpe Tobacco Company, of Rocky
Mount, aud a leading business man of
(Unite a good many people in Concord
were holders of the preferred stock of
the Corley Mills. Tit? mill was sold
fill- less than the amount of the debts,
and the stockholders, therefore, both
preferred aud common, will lose the en
tire amount of their holdings.—Editor.)
Lots of Events Picked July the 4th to
Considering the fact that the declara
tion of independence jvas signed on July
4th. it’s highly propen to regard that day
as an important bhe in the nation's
But for some reason qr other, a good
many other fairly npfewhrthy ’events jif
American history have fallen on July
4th. Here are a few:
1076—Exactly one hundred years be
fore the signing. Important reform legis
lation looking toward the complete lib
erty that was eventually gained by Wash
ington was completed by the Virginia
1754—Colonel George Washington, an
officer iu the French and Indian war,
met defeat at the hands of a superior
force of French at Fort Necessity.
1781—Cornwallis evacuated Williams
burg. Va.—the beginning of the colonists'
1826—John Adams and Thomas Jef
ferson. second and third presidents, died
within a f#w liours of each other.
1831—James Monroe, author of the
famous doctrine that bears his name,
1845 Texas vopd for annexation to
the United Btates.
1846 California's independence of
Mexico declared by Freuieont and fol
1863—The turning point in ahe Civil
War. Vicksburg fell to Grant, wile
Lee, crushed the day before at Gettys
burg,' fell back into Virginia. From
then on the Confederacy was a lost
Road Authorized Froa Mt. Pleasant to
The meeting of the couuty highway
commission held Wednesday was brief
and peaceful, vrey few deputations of cit
izens attending the meeting and little
work being done by th-> commissioners.
Practically the only work which was
decided cn was the highway from Mt.
Pleasant to Watts Cross Roads. Au
thorization of this project was mode by
the board and work has already been
commenced by the road forces of the
At the Theatres.
Tom Mix in "The Foreman of Bart
X." and a comedy are being shown to- 1
day and tomorrow at the Pastime. j
“Let Not Alan Put Asunder," starring
Pauline Frederick aud Lou Tellegeu. and
a comedy, “Aecidvutal Accident." are be
ing shown today at the Concord Thea
“Adventure,” with 'ltem Moore. Pau
line Starke and Wallace Beery and a
comedy. “Baby Blues.’’ are at tlje Btar
Rev. S. L. Mclntyre 1s conducting a
tent meeteing near the Hart sell Mill, on
the Concord-Charlotte road. Service be
gins every night at 7:30. Everybody te
If you have climbed marly to your ideal
that is proof that it is full time to seek
a higher ideal. t
I\ONT TRY TO RAISE
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Celebrate the 4th by coming to this store and get some of j
the Wonderful Bargains we are offering for Friday and
Saturday, the last two days of our big Birthday Cele- i
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dust note a few of the specialsbeiow that you will find at
this store for Friday and Saturday, so be sure and come.
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9** k%ypW« MtmiiuiiO Ware just in for the last two days
Big lot of Aluminum Ware in good size
Pieces, bought especially for these last two
days. Special up to ng
<oc values, at [
One big table Aluminum Ware of Percola
tors, Tea Kettles, Pitchers, Preserving Ket
tles for the last two days A E
Friday and Saturday morning at 10:00
o clock and at 4 o clock each evening we will
sell one lot of Men’s Regular ng
48c Union Suits, special at “OC
TABLE NO. 1
Ladies’, Muslin Princess Slips, Trimmed
with Real Val Lace. $3.00 value OO
Special __ JJOC
TABLE NO. 2
Ladies' Bungalow Apron Dresses g?/\
Regular 08c values OvC
$1.50 \ alue 40-inch Plain Color Georgette
Crepe. All the Bright New QQ.
Colors. Special SzOC
Don't forget to visit our Beauty Shoppe
Special Prices on Permanent Wave $15.00
Marcel Wave, special price 50c
Experts in Charge. All kinds of Hair Cutting. We
Make Hair Goods
Phone Us Your Orders
QUI CK DE LI VE R Y
ON ALL WHITE CANVAS SLIPPERS
To close out the balance of. our White Can
vas Slippers we will place them all at
AN Broken Sizes Greatly Reduced to ; H
Saturday is the last day of’our sale, and we ]
have especially marked our stock to make a W
Ruth-Kesler Shoe Store J
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Friday, July 3, 1925
SLOO Value 12 M Pongee First CO- . i
quality. Special ,_W®|j
TABLE NO. 3
Ladies’ Striped Broadcloth (1 AQ |
Dresses, $2.!)8 value. Special * » .*tO
bor the last two big days of our Birthday |
Event we will put out Extra Big Assort-'3
ment of Ladies Fiber Silk Hose in new a!
colors. Special Friday and | A'L.LVj
Saturday, per pair . * wC
I* or briday and Saturday, the two last biff
days of our Birthday Event we are going to i
scramble 10c, 15c and 25c Materials, the U
Biggest Values ever offered, all on R
one big counter, per yard "
(This consists of .Voiles, Scrims, Gingflims '
25c value 4-5 Oil Cloth in aborted patterns.
Special for Friday and Saturday lAU i
July 3rd and 4th per yard