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Tuesday, July 28, 1925
*IT fi RATION-WIDE )
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~ * . .JO-54 Sooth Union Street, Concord, N. C.
Try These Silk Hose Once
You Will Come Back for More
Women have learned that /
thii is the Store of Silk *>
Hose Values 1 Now we call
your attention to this hose •
which is number 1218- —a * /’> '*
seamless silk hose which H|h[ /l
many women prefer. fll! \ /) /
They Wear Well!
,Itis a hose which gives | /
the maximum of wear. We k \(
have a good supply of these I /II w
—-you can always get them I> I
when you want theml fnAy
Priced at only T\ 1/ mmt
We Close Every Thursday Afternoon Until September Ist
To understand why U.S.
Royal Balloons are
known as “the Balloon
Tire Principle at its Best”
consider these facts—
THE comfort you get out of balloon
tires depends on how soft you can
mn them with safety to the tires.
U.S. Royai Balloons are built in strict
accordance with the original conception
of balloon tire cushioning-- true low air
They can be run at pressures which
actually give yqu the comfort you ex
pect from a balloon tire.
They do not have to be over-inflated
to save them from early, uneven and
disfiguring tread wear.
This is because their flat “Low-Pres
sure Tread” distributes the weight over
a greater tread area than the ordinary
The entire surface of the tread comes
in contact with the road.
The tire itself is built of the famous
Latex-treated Web Cord, which gives the
maximum strength and maximum flex
ibility so essential to balloon cushioning.
Put U. S. Royal BaUoons on your car
and enjoy the comfort of riding on gen
uine low air pressure.
United States Rubber Company
U.S. Royal Pressure
with the New Flat
“ Low-Pressure Aa&HL, \
Tread ” and built
of Latex-treated MJ&fiJnTfyj
Web Cord mH+rju \
United States Tires ffifjFWTJti Ml HIM
an Good Tires /
For sale by:
RITCHIE HARDWARE CO.
Concord, N. C.
mm —12 is |4 *s"“p p"s j ■
20 *1 Bgp
43 Mp 4 45 MpO
JHI i Ptfv 1 Fni
1. Flower leaf.
12 Rubber tree.
11 Preposition of place.
22 Made of oatmeal.
24 Successive relief groups.
28 Fine network.
20 Material used in tnakihg beec.
30 Drone bee.
31 To scatter.
3!) To ransom.
43 Amount settled ui>on wife by bus
band at marriage.
44 Haseball teams.
55 Islands. •
Answer to Crossword Puzzle for July 23.
■ ■ i i. i
Bpi’GHT STEEL WHEN SCHWAB
TQLD ABOIT STEEL COACHES
Morgan Realized That Old Style Wood
Cars Were Doomed Aral Forsaw De
mand For Steel.
A chance phrase of Charles M. Schw
ab’s led J. P. Morgan to consider the
financing and organization of the U. S.
Steel Corporation, • sijyj itda M. Tarbell
in her life of Judge Gary in the Au
gust McClure’s Magazines JSchnwab was
attempting to sell the Carnegie proper
ties and had sounded out,the Stanard
Oil interests without (success. Then it
happened that he was placed next to
Morgan at dinner in New York, given
in December of 1000.
“Instead of having one mill make ten,
twenty, or fifty products.” Schwab told
the financier, “the greatest economy
would result from having one mill make
one product and make that product con
OLD VETERAN BELIEVES
HE COULD WIN FOOT RACt
“Why, This Medicine, Kar
nak, Has Built Me Up So i
I Am jLike a Young Man,”
Says Thos. Welbom.
The thin gray line of heroes of the
“Sixties” are fast fading away and those
that are left have reached that ripe old
age where most every activity calls for
exertion, but out in the Wake County
SoldieA Home in Raleigh, N, C„ is one
ofi the beloved old fellows, who says he
believes he could beat any man in a two
mile foot race.
He is Thomas J. Welborn, one of the
finest old Southern gentlemen that ever
lived and he can thrill you by tfie hours
with stories of his experience while
fighting the “Yankees. ’ But none of
those war stories are more interacting or
more full of human interest than what
he tells about this new medicine, Kar
nak, and h-.w it has built him up until
fie is spry as a colt.
“Tv/e seen a lot of surprising things
happen In my day," says Mr. Welborn,
“but none of them were ever more won
derful than the way this medicine, Kar
nak. has'-put me back on my feet. Why,
,if this medicine can take an old 80 year
soldier and get him to where he feels
as spry as a colt, like it’s done me, what
will it do for younger people?
“Yes, sir, this Karnak is the most
amazing medicine I ever saw or heard
tell of. Why, I can jump out now
and walk clear to the Capitol building
and back as quick as anybody. That’s
about two miles and ‘by cracky’ I be
THE CONCORD DAILY, TRIBUNE
2 Printer's standard measure.
3 Golf mound to drive off ball.
8 Second note in scale.
!! To loiter.
11 To slash.
13 To consecrate.
15 To hind.
IS To countersink.
23 Deeply in earnest.
25 Nest of an eagle.
34 Official who has power to forbid tilt
printing of anything lie deems ob
35 To issue.
37 Shallow vessels.
38 Icy particles in rain.
42 Human upper limb.
4s) To be sick.
51 Exclamation of inquiry.
53 To subsist.
tiuuously.” ’ Morgan assented, without I
But when Schwab mentioned the man- I
ufneture of steel caw. at that time a
novelty, the possibility of the develop
ment of this industry caught Mr.
Morgan’s a'tentiou. There were few com
panies in the United, States, Mr. Schwab ]
said, who were engaged in the manufact
ure of bridges and eliter fabricated mat
eriajs.. They were also attempting to
manufacture steel cars, hut could never
be successful. The only way in which
the steel car could be successfully made
was for one plant to be devoted exclus
ively to that branch of the industry.
Morgan’s imagination was at work.
When the dinner was over, he took
Schwab into a corner for a long talk,
that ended with his asking Schwab for
nn option on the Carnegie holdings. This
was the real beginning of the U. ’ S.
Henry C. Peeler. 80, of Rowan County,
Is Dead. ’“
Salisbury. July 27.—Henry C. Peeler,
80, died this afternoon at his home near
St. Luke’s Reformed church, east of
Salisbury, death following a long spell
of ill health. The funeral takes place to
morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock. Surviv
ing are three children, Rev. John C.
Peeler. Lenoir; Luther A. Peeler, and
Mrs. David Peeler, of Rowan.
Thomas Huxley used to take his child
ren to the zoo on Sunday mornings to
let them walk hand in hand with the
chimpazees or pet baby lions.
In England fewer women are earning
their own livings now than thirty years
lieve I can get out and beat anybody
doing it, too.
“I was in pretty bad shape, too, when
I began taking Karnak. I had been
suffering a whole lot of misery from
bronchial ontarrA and indigestion for the
past ten or twelce years and had gotten
to where I could hardly walk up town.
“I aw as just about past going with
bloating up from gaN and shortness of
breath that would make me pant like
a tired dog ou a hot day. That Stom
ach trouble had weakened me so mudi
and pulled me down so that the bron
chial catarrh was about to knock me out.
Sometimes in the morning when I would
get up it looked like I w - as going to
choke to death.
“I got to hearing so much, about Kar
nak that I sent and got me a bottle.
Why, it just knocked my troubles sky
high before you could say ‘Jack Robin
son.’ Did everything for me that is
claimed for it, and more too.
“Yes, sir, all that indigestion and cg
tarrh is gone and I feel better all over
than I have In years. My whole sys
tem is toned up and I have got more
than twice the strength I used to have. ■
I am eating and sleeping like a maii
twenty years younger.
“These Karnak Pills are wonderful,'
too. I never saw anything act as fine t
as they do. And as for Karnak, well,
if I ever need any more medicine, it’s
sure going to be Karnak."
Karnak is sold in Concord exclusively
by the Pearl Drug Co.; in Kannapolis
by the F. L. Smith Drug Co.; and by
' the leading druggist in every town.
KANNAPOLIS WINS FROM
RAEFORD BY 1-0 SCORE
Doth Trams Play Sensational Ball in a
Fast Contest.—Haynes, Loral Short
stop, Stars in Field.
Harford, July 27.—1 n the prettiest
game ever seen on the local lot. the heavyj
hitt : ng Kannapolis c lub defeated Raeford i
here today in the tirst of a three game
i series 1-0. not a man on either club reach-'
ing third base until the eighth inning. In
; this inning Hodge opened with a ..single
| but was caught off first. Helms bit weak- j
| ly to W. Hodgiu who muffed it. and reach- j
led third when Barnhardt hit to right |
j field he was caught off first a moment
| later and in an effort to reach second was
liit in the buck by Blue, local first base-1
man. Helms scored on the play for the
only run of the game.
Tlie game was marked by fast fielding
on both sides, four double-plays being
completed. The features of the game
were the pitching of Shoaf, the hitting of
Sanders and the fast fielding of Haynes
for the visitors and the hitting of Cole
for the locals.
McNeill robbed the visitors of a sure
hit when he stabbed Haynes’ liner in
Holshouser, wtio is to report, to the
New York Giants Friday, will probably
pitch his last game in North Carolina to
morrow when he opposes McKeithau. A
great Crowd is expected for this contest
as the veteran MeKeithan is one of the
greatest pitchers ever put out by the lo
cals. Holshouser has been going great
this season and a close battle is expected.
Score by innings: R H E
Kannapolis 000 000 10—1 5 0
Batteries: Shoaf and Barnhardt; W.
Hodgin ami McMillan.
REMEMBER PENNY ADS ARE CASH
SMART BUYERS COME HERE!
We’re not getting all the tire business in town. We never expect to. But we’re getting our
share and our business is growing constantly. The reason for this is that car owners have
found our location is convenient, our service prompt, efficient and courteous, our merchan
dise of the highest quality, and our prices surprisingly low.
As a matter of fact, and we realize it sounds pretty strong, if every car owner in town who
is not buying from us, really knew what we .had to offer, we’d come pretty close to having
a monopoly on the tire business here. .
We honestly believe this, because w’re already selling to scores of the brainiest tire buyers
in town —smart people who look twice and think three times before they buy anything.
If we can satisfy them and keep on doing it—we can please you, too.
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
SOMETHING NEW IN BED ROOM FURNITURE—
Decorated, Parchment Finish, Trimmed in Blue, French Walnut Decorated, and American
Bow end Beds, or Four Posters, in full size or twin size.
Vanity Dressers, Chifforobes, Desk, Night .tables, Chairs, Rockers and Benches,-all to
match Sold in Complete Suites or Odd Pieces. A beautiful line of Bedroom Furniture, 1
at a price you can afford to pay. See this line before you buy. We can save you money.
Cash or Credit. j . faj
Concord Furniture Co.
FATHER OF GIRL AND
PASTOR STAGE FIGHT
Mac-011 Minister Asked Girl 10 Leave
Church and She “Told Father.’* j
Macon. Ga.. Julv 27.—A fight which I
occurred in the East Macon Baptist
I church ye'-ter day between Rov. J. N.
[TaHant. the pastor, and Henry Griffin,
j father of; a young woman in the con
gregation wjho was accused of hiding the
, pastpr. today resulted in Griffin being
i fiiueti $25 for conduct and
i l)is wife asses«£d a $5 fine on the same
I(joirnt. The charge against Rev. Tallnnt
I \vas dismissed.
| Approximately 700 people, mostly
jip embers and attendants of East
IMapon church, werc r in court during-the
trial A large number of . wit-nesses
testified and corroborated Mr. TqHant's
statement that the young Griffin woman
coughed and made sounds that disturb
ed the worship.
When the minister told her that she
“could leave the building.” she went
home and told her fathe?\ Henry Griffin
and mother, of what had transpired.
The fight ooeured ok the pastor was
shaking hands with his congregation in
the rear of the building. Griffin having
called him a “liar.” witnesses said,
when the pastor told him that ris daugh
ter disturbed worship by cougnmg.
Members stopped the fight.
The Mail Order Habit.
The remedy for the “mail order” habit
of rural folk, according to the Charlotte
Observer, is for the Home Town mer
chants to build up a mail order business
lof their own. To quote :
From time to time complaints are voic
ed by local merchants of the inroads on
home business by the mail order houses.
There is no question about the soundness
of these complaints, but the average cit-
izen has possibly come into no adequate
must go to tlie books of the Post office Le
iden of the./ extent of the business con
ducted by these mail order bouses. One
partment to get it. The Government
sells about $6(M>.000,000 worth of post
age stamps in the course of a year, and
of this amount, $45,000,000 represents
the mail order house purchase in
stamps. One house, alone, makes boast
of sesrving 7.000.000 customers all over
the country, and of using $0.000,(KM) in
stamps in dispatch of the goods bought
by mail. It might seem that the only
defense against a condition of the kind is
for the home merchants, themselves, to
build up a mail order business, and ac
cording to the lights before The Obmsery
ejr„ progress is being made in that direc
tion by the Charlotte department stores.
j Mother's Long Wait Rewarded.
1 The last body of an American soldier
lo be returned from France was to be
buried at San Francisco. Mrs. Cynthia
Shaw, after seven long years of wait
ing. had about given up hope of the re
mains of her son being found A He frad
been killed in action in the Argonnq in
October. 1018. The mother had visited
the national cemetery at Arlington, dear
Washington, when the unknown soldier
was buried, in hopes that it might/be
The recent burial in San Franeteco
was Mr. Shaw's one remaining tfiance of
finding her boy. She (was present- at
the service which paid honor to this lass:
soldier boy to be brought over—and ij;
was her son ! <
struetor who brought the Tenessee anti
evolution law to the front, was born in
Salem. Illinois, in 1001. Curiously enough,
in 1860, William Jennings Bry
an. of the opposing side, was born in the