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Big Specials For All This Week
! Beautiful White Kid Pumps QS to $5 95 !
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Misses’ and Children’s Patent and to Qgr o
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!j[ Big Specials in Men’s Black, Brown and Light Tan Oxfords 1
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burn, even before completed, the Insurance will cover your
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TOE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
The Concord JPafly Tribune
TIME OP Cli»IN6 OP MAILS
The time of the dosing of mails at the
Concord postoffice is as follows:
138—11 :00 P.M.
36—10:00 A. M.
34 4:10 P. M.
38— 8:30 P.M.
30—11.00 P. M.
39 9:30 A. M.
45 3 :30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
LOCAL MENTION |
i Miss Mary Mclnnis, who has been
confined to her home on account of ill- 1
ness. Is improving. Her condition is
Efird’s July Clearance of all summer
goods will begin tomorrow morning and
last for three days. Read the page a<l.
in this issue. If you miss this sale, you
will miss some big bargains.
’1 he Southern l.oa i and Trust Co. ;
has sold to the V.ltite-l’arks Mill Co.
property on Snider street for SSO. ac
cording to a deed filed with the register
of deeds of the county yesterday. i
The weekly meeting of the Concord
Kiwanis Club will be held at the Y. M.
C. A. tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock. A
fine program has been arranged, accord
ing to the committee in charge of the
A meeting in the interest of the Co
iperative Marketing Association will be
tield Saturday night at Mt. Gilead at 8
(.’dock, H. H. R. Mask will speak on
this occasion and the AVinecoff string
band will furnish the music.
Police officers here are questioning all
lersons detected operating autos without
' lew stare licenses. , Yesterday was the
ast day for the old license*- and persons
:sing them will be arrested unless they'
'•ail offer a satisfactory reason to the of
City officials are planning to make
Concord spoties after the dean-up week
which begins July 27th mill ends August
Ist. Each ward is to have two days
in which the trash will be collected from
the street in front of the homes where
it i sto be placed.
State highway forces have begun work
putting the Concord-Monroe highway in
condition. This road was taken over
by the state several months ago. The
bushes on the side of the road are being
-at and 'the posts which will be used for
signs are ready to be placed.
All members of the Fred Y. McConnell
•wist *of the American Legion are urged
to attend a meeting of the post tomor
row night. Officers of the twist say the
meeting is to he a very important one
and for that reason they are anxious to
have a large crowd present. The meet
ing will start at 8 o’clock.
A coin was found by Clifford Yates in
No. 2 township, near the Roberta Mill,
which was 201 years old. It had on it
the date. 1724. had what seemed to
the word Britannia, and pictured n
woman riding some short animal. It
was not .possible to tell what the de
nomination of the coin was. „
According to reports reaching Concord
yesterday a man named Rurris
himself during the day at a farm it) No.
8 township. It is believed, however,
the man killed himself in Stanly county.
as no report has been made to Coroner- J
Joe A. Hartsell. although the report of j
the suicide was current in Concord, Kan- i
napoiis and Landis.
The 20.000 gallon tank which belonged
to the Noil Construction Co. and which
: had been used here during the paving of
the Mt. Pleasant highway was removed to
i Stanfield yesterday for use in jiaving the
■ Charkitte-Albemarle road. Much inter-,
.est was cfliisetj by the sigh! of the im
mense tank secured to the top 'of the
i Road forces are at work on the Con-
I cord- Charlotte road how widening the
\ highway. At some points the fills on the
i sides of tlie hard surface are being treat
j t>d with rock which are used to form a
firm foundation. Tlie widening of the
road, and the use of the rook and other
substantial material wiil make it pos
sible for motorists to drive off the bard
surface in passing oars without danger.
Philadelphia is leading the American
League again by reason of two victories
over Chicago yesterday while Detroit was
defeating Washington. St. Louis was
1 winning from Boston and New York was
- dividing two games with Cleveland. In
> the National League New York defeated
St. Louis, Boston defeated Pittsburgh,
Chicago won from Philadelphia and
Brooklyn defeated Cincinnati.
The manager of a case, the manager
of a garage and the manager of a meat
market were tried in court yesterdny for
operating their places of business wilh
| out paying the city privilege taxes. Judg
ment was suspended rfh payment of, coats
in eayh case provideed the licenses are
\ paid It once. Two negroes tried for
fornication and adultery .were found not
guilty by the court.
Not the Type. " - ~j
Out in Hollywood tlje thousand ai*l
one applicants for picture .engagement*
hear modi about the necessity of pro!
curing types. Directors talk type often-!
- times to the exclusion of every other
qualification for an engagement and a
story is told of a film producer who wa«
in search of a man to play the part of
George Washington. Ohe candidate for
the place had put his trunk in hock with
all his pictures. So he bought a number
of lithographs of the true George Wash
ington, autographed them and sent them
“I’m sorry,” wrote, the producer, “but
I can’t engage yon. You see, my boy,
you’re Pot the type.”
H VMfc Steccp
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Things are about equal. The thin man
has more tojjlpugh about but the fat
one more to hmgb with.
Henst-just Raf around so- much we wish
we could, teach them to lay the,
i Wfe usually- criticise others for doing
exactly what we would do in their places.
Being Sick In bed is awful. It gives
you too much lime to think.
relative. A chigger prob
ably ea is an elephant,
By dwidtag your money properly you
< NEA Service, lie.) (
Earliest Cotton Rale in Twenty-five
New York, July 15.—The first bale 1
of new cotbug fn reach Ne.w York thiH i
season was received today by the cotton
brokerage firm :of Bond. MvEnany and
Company, frail! Savannah, Ga. It will
be auetionbi iff on the floor of the cot-1'
ton exchange' fopiorrow or Friday. The [
hale wns prcjdceil by J. C. Getser, of
Webster. B*i„; being shipped here by
Cooper and jSigffin. of Savannah. Its
receipt was taflier than any bale has
been received jjif 25 years.
FORESI HILL LADY
Results Are - Astonishing—The Terrible
Menace to Health, Constipation, Is
Overcome, Says Mrs. A. 8. Rogers.
It is no yemler that the demand for
the new treatment lioW being offered to
the general public is growing by leaps
and bounds when hundreds have already
tested it out and found it to he the great- 1
est remedy £iey have ever psed, accord-;
ing to their own statements, for consti
pation, indigestion, liver and kidney dis
orders. Mrs. A. O. Rogers, of Forest
Hill, was restori-4 to health by healing
lowers of this marvelous nature remedy,:
HERB Jl’fpE. Her statement follows:
“I had been .suffering from constipation
and indigestion with terrible headaches
and pains In my back nntil I began taking
the great nature medicine, HERB
SLICE,” stated Mrs. A. C. Rogers re
cently. “I -read in the pppers about
many being relieved of theit trouble by
HERB JUICE, so I thought I would try
it myself in the hope that I might get
some relief 'iyeui my troubles. Now I.
am relieved of constipation find indiges
tion and am feeling tine. My appetite is
very good; sle<V just splendidly and am
nuieb Stfoager since taking HERB
JUICE. I think everybody who needs
a good medicine to stop constipation and |
indigestion •should take this great medi
cine, HERR JUICE.” Many sufferers
vr-ho are-daily testing out this wonder
ful nature remedy are being convinced and
they are <oonvincing their friends that
this splendid medicine is reeallv making a
remarkable taprovement in .their condi
tion. HERB JUICE brings good
Hundrwls an now calling daily to ace
the HERB JUICE man at bis headquar-
I ten at the GRpan Drug Co., giving state
ments far publication and praising HERB
JUICE that their friends may be induced
to try the great remedy which la reliev
ing no many sufferers in Concord. HERB
JUICE is a Ins sold by F. L. Smith Drug
Co., in Kannapolis and leading druggLsts
I Let Your
Nejt Battery !;
. fie An ,
Use Only the 1
II /Best . if
Our New Mechanically Refriger-
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iect condition. With this new au
tom4tte refegertftmg it is
''Salts of dead sea arouse
HOPES FOR 810 INDUSTRY
Jerusalem, July 15.—Effort* Soon will
be made 'to exploit the' vat* ‘mineral
wealth of the Dead Sea, and' Paleetine,
the richest country in the world for por
asti resources, may begin to yield up
«ome of itM richee.
A government annonncetnent eayet that
in view of, ,the existence in ,tbe water*
of the Dead Sea of certain minerals, the
W'inniof and marketing of which for
commercial purposes is believed to Ite
pra-. livable,. the pown agents for the
colonies, acting on behalf of the govern
ment of Palestine, are pvepnred to rc
aeivi applications for the grant of rights
to undertake operations.
The volume of the Dead .Sep is some
where in the neignbortiood of 120,000,-
000.000 cnbic metres. Hence the are*
contains roughly 30,000,000.000 tons of
itilxed salts, of which posieb'y,, 1.500.000,*
(100 ton* are 1 potassium chloride. The
salt* occur as a strong brine, immedi
utcly repdy for evaporation tnd crystal
lization for the production of pure salts
by the natural heat of the sun. The
[overage percentage, of salts in (he br-r.e
[is at least 25 pet- cent, of Vhtbh- 'l4 per
cent is ■iirf’uim chloride, four to sejrnn
iMTccjit , l otgHuinin chloride, and up to
dne percent or more of magnesium bro
The surface of the Dead Se<y lies 1,206
feet below the sea level, It is'4S miles
long and 10 miles widfc as big as the
Hike -of GCnevn. jfhat
0.50055C0 tons <jl water igl !«,)% dnai.
Pccause of the wctrUoiWhairy w v*i>o«S»n
caused by the intense heat, the water
is impregnated with mineral substances,
of which commont salt constitutes seven
percent. Fish cannot live in the Dead
Sea, which destroys neaHj; all organic
life. * r ' w ,;‘,
The official announcement.that the gov
ernment is prepared to- grant a con
cession for the exploration y>f.lhe mjjfi
eral resources of the. Dead ,Rs* Sijjis
several ypk'r* peospectibg f>y ft gronllif
Jewish financier* of Palestine amt WMt
[and. Recently an American oil om
paify which has been prospecting for
petroleum in the southern part of
Dead Sea region, has displayed keen' in
terest in the bromide deposits. Other
American companies have sent out en
gineers to examine the brine.
It is understood that, because of the
competitilth, the .gpreriymeut decided to
invite tenders from ali interested parties
before grantihftr-a- conccssioti.t
•«*» So Are We Alt ~
Sectary Sumner of the Society for
the Suppression of Vice said in New
York the other day:
"Some of our opponents claim that
censorship are anti-natural, -but a* a mat
ter of facte we arc all censors at heart.
"At a moving picture show a bevy of
bathing beauties were flashed on the
screen, and n young fellow leaned for
ward and said 'to a woman in front of
“ ‘Would you kindly remove your hat.
"The woman turned around and glared:
“ ‘Certainly not!’ she said. ‘You’re
altogether too young to look at what
they're showing now’.”
Over 2foOO Want to Enter N. C. C. W.
}Ior? than 2.000 students have applied
for admittance, to North Carolina College
at Greensboro at the opening of the fall
term. September 15th. according to Miss
• Laura Coit, secretary of the institution.
The number of new student applying—
, those who have not before attended the
! college—is 1,038.
pvwtuhtKß PENNY ADS ARE CASH
ODD FELLOWS' NOTICE.
Meets every Thursday evening at eight
Work in third-degree. I
. J. D. WILLIAMS, N. G. 1
A.L. SHINN, Secretary. :
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lag «Ma dI*MMM* Try i thi* t
Monty without question
PEARL DRUG COMPANY ,
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Add the Comforts of
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to Your Home
Modern'plumbing Nvill do as
much or more than any other one
thing toward making your home
a comfortable and convenient
place in which to live. It costa
r« cot ~
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I Here’s the stop \ so-s
I Signal for that hot unW
temper of yours—-
X Dogs bite n days like this— A /
9 and we’ve heard som£ wives /JCV A *s** J ) ’
i sdy that husbands snap" tod— [I
If you are cranky and can’t / )\
help it—please allow us to. . p‘"' ! Jjf f '
A suit of cool Hoover’s Uiit- |\ lK==>
I. derwear will take care of the 1 i)
I*;. on a smile and change i/I
| a cross-word fan into an advertisement for a popular’denti- l !
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SI.OO a Suit and up
Bathipg Suits—Golf Hose—Linen Knielcters-z*Flannel
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IRIWd * HOWARD’B FILLING STATION !
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IBeSure You Are Rightand Then Go
You will make no mistake by placing your order for ! j
your winter’s coal with
A. B. POUNDS
Threatened Strike may cause coal to advance SI.OO per S
ton overflight. P h<|nE-244 Q 5 278 t * jj
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ii n 0 f °™/oi business in this wide world which
fxi^fTwiihout' that quality which marks its endurance jj
A *puccessful jtoitrtess co-operaion.
j ‘ recognizes that its progress hinges on the 1
e | j financial • grosvt h;of jthift- Community. So it’s perfectly pat-
I ural for iito ; '!>RMiertsted in the progress of each cirizen. 1
j CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
1 Resources Over $3,000,000.00 i
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Calls For Talcum Powder 8
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f I Clines Pharmacy f
I - Liberty Self Rising
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J•: Mctraw Flour 1 we oeed only announce
: and salt added tr tbs exact proportion,
so you take no chance in your mixture
.to have very beat reanlta. It‘a a auc
| But aU vour flour at
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CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
j (Corrected weekly.by Gllne A Moooe
! Cow sus
[ Sweat potatoes IJSO
j Turkeys .25 to .30
I Onions fl ok
j Butter *v JPL
I Country Ham
[ Country Shoulder
I Country Sides .20
[ Young Chicken* .25
[ Hens ,Js
I Irish Potato* i
j CONCORD GODM MARKET
1 (< THURSDAY,
Cotton feed L ,4)jl
(We are new ready to serve you
at our new Store on Church street
next to CaSh Feed Store,
i , We are better prepared than
ever to serve you and will be
Cabarrus Cash Gro
PHONE* 571 W
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