Tuesday, August ?, 1925 SOCIAL PERSONAL i&fany Materials The ue'.vest haw are not alfmade ot (One matei-iir, -but of secUona of dif ferent colors and fabrics, and they are very pleasant to look at. On this hat, carried out In all black; there Is to be found black satin, black velvet and black moire. "" Hint’s Daughters Meet. The Stonewall Jackson ’ circle of the King's Daughters met Monday evening at the borne of Mrs. K. M. Cook on Bar row street. Mrs. J. P. Cook opened the meeting with a scripture lesson from the epistle of James. The treasurer reported a balance of only $38.37. As the year ends in Octo ber all dues not paid for this year will sometime during August. <^i> r families had been Visited by the committedur’n g July. Clothes had been given ons of these families while medical attention; was given the other three. One woman who has cancer, will be given aid in order to have an operation. V The circle was very glad to receive do nations from three orders in the city amounting to $25. This money will be used in the Tiny Tim Fund, which is a fund kept for the aid of crippled chil dren. ; The visiting committee for August is I composed of the following women; Mrs. Z. A. Moore. Mrs. A. R. Howard and Miss 111 ilia Boyd. Mrs. C. A. Henry was gladly welcom ed as a new member. The meeting ndqourned to meet in Sep tember with the Misses Boyd on North Union street. SECRETARY. * To Give Dance Tonight. 1 sJiss Mildred Strode will be gnest of honor at a dance which is to be given tonight by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brown at the Merchants and Manufacturers Club. A number of the younger set have been invited to attend. Missionary Society Groups Meet. Groups One aria Two of the Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Reformed Church will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock with Mrs. R. H. Patterson. Better the naked truth than a bare faced lie. SUMMER COLDS that make you so uncom fortable in hot weather, are better treated exter nally—Rub over chest and throat and apply fre quently up nostrils— \tm* Sold By ** T HELL-HARMS TONI EKAL PARLOR < J}ay Phone MO Night Phones MO-IML 'S'*. , . ( PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Suther, of East Avenue, Kannapolis, are spending a few days in Washington. - • • • Mrs. John Suther and son, John D. Suther, and Misses Mamie and Ruth Cress . have . returned to their home in No. 6 township after an extended visit with M«a.’ Buther’s. daughter, Miss Thel ma Suther. who is In summer school in Boone. They, accompanied by Miss Suther, motored to Elizabeth, Tenn., to visit relatives and friends. • * • Friends of Lee Suther, of Kannapolis, will be glad to learn that he is home from the hospital. Mr. Suther was hurt in the mill in Kannapolis last Saturday. • • • Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Boat left this' morning for the western part of the state where they will spend several days. • • • -Miss Lois Holshouser is spending the week in Hickory with her aunts, Mrs. J. L. Harkey and Mrs. (1. R. Warlick. '• > Miss Janie Foster, of Advent, is the guest of Miss Edna Varner, on Kerr street. * * • Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roberts and daughter ligve returned from Asheville, where they spent the week-end. • • • George Prather and Clarence Simpson are spending the week Chimney Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glass and children spent Sunday at Rock Hill, S. C., with relatives. • * • Miss Ada Craven is leaving this after noon for New York, where she will spend some time on business. • • « Miss Alice Wall has returned so her home after Visiting her aunt. Miss Lola Wall, at Henrietta. • • • Miss Mattie Lee Cooley lias returned from a week's vacation spent at Hender sonville, • « • Miss Roberta Pratt, for a number of months employed as a nurse at the coun ty health department, has gone to her home in Raleigh. She recently resigned from the health department here and will go to a new position in New York on the first of October. • e • Miss Mattie Taylor, of Winston-Salem, is visiting Miss Adelaide Foil at her home on North Union street. * ♦ • Mr. and Sirs. W. M. Fisher and Dr. anil MriC W. H. Fisher will leave Thurs day for Harrisonburg, Ya., where they will visit for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. George Litaker and chil dren and W. H. Bradford have returned to Concord after visiting relatives in Bay City, Va. * • • Mr. and Mrs. J. W- Roberts and fam ily, Mrs. Cress and Mr. Heglar have re turned home after spending the week end in Asheville and in other parts of western North Carolina. • • • Prof. P. E. Wright, of the Lenoir- Rhyne faculty, spent Monday in the city wisiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Fowlkes, Miss Maude Brown. and Mrs. Grace Brown Sanders have returned from a two week trip to New York. * • • Miss Bessie Strieker, of Washington, D. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Ed. Cline, on South Union street. • • • Miss Sarah Louis Cline, who has been visit’ng her aunt. Mrs. W. J. Shuford, of Hickory, lias gone with a party of Hickory girls and boys on a week's camping trip to Blowing Rock and Lin ville. • • • Miss Pauline Cole and Miss Ethelyne Fowler, of Durham; are visiting Mrs. R. M. several days. • * * " —‘W, Dr. W. Y. Bayard, of New York City, is siiending several weeks in the city as pne guest of Dr. R. B. Rankin. • • • Dalton Kennedy, of Statesville, was a visitor in Concord this morning. Moore-Watts. A wedding of much interest to their many friends is that of Miss Annie Louise Watts and David Archie Moore, which was solemnized Suturday, July 25th at 4 o'clock at the Poplar Tent Church parsonage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Mclver. Mrs. Moore is the eldest daughter of Mr. and ills. W. W. Watts. Mr. Moore is a son of Robert Moo're and hodls a re sponsible position with the Brancord Manufacturing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will make their home with the former's family on Acad emy Street. To prevent freckles Elizabeth Arden has created an > exquisite finishing lotion, , VENETIAN LOTION, . to he dKd under powder. ’ ABthfcptfc" and 'aatringent; < , «**ha'and the akin. leaves a silky finish* flattering 1 i fa day or evening. Prevents windbum, sunburn and frecklina. I ' l ■ , Spanish Rachel, Ocm *1.50. JZSO. Gibson Drug Store COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN REGULAR AUGUST MEETING Digcuss Several Matters But Action Was Not Taken on Them at Meeting. Meeting at the court house here Mon dsy in their regular August meeting, members of the board of county com missioners gave attention to a number of routine matters, ’ discussed several questions that were not of a routine na ture but adjourned without taking ac tion that would require entrance on the minutes of the meeting. Two matters were rather fully dis cussed at the meeting—a compromise with the town of Mt. Pleasant over the 1 amount of money it will pay for the hard-surface road and widening Means ’ Street. The county alleges, that Mt. Pleasant , agreed to pay about $30,000 toward get ( ling hard-surface from Concord to Mt. ’ Pleasant. Later, says the complaint, new town officials there refused to pay this amount. This led to a suit anil , now Mt. Pleasant wants to compromise , for $20,000, the commissioners were told. They declined to accept. It was suggested in a petition pre i sented to the board that the county give i ten feet of its courthouse lawn to the City of Concord so Means street can be widgied. The board declined to do this, 1 or at least it did not go on record one way or the other, which means it de clined. It was pointed out at the meet ing that ten feet of the property for merly owned by Trinity Reformed Church and now used for a garage, would be taken also, the owner to" be paid by as sessments secured from property owners on the other side of the street who would be benefitted by the wider street. One commissioner explained that the county did not want to give away its property—the people's property—while the man next to it was being paid for his. The usual number of bills were pre sented and ordered paid. Rules and Regulations at the “Y” Pool. The following rules have always been in effect at the Y. M. C. A. during the past two seasons; 1. Everybody must take a thorough soap bath, cleaning thoroughly all parts of the body. Soap is the only filing that will remove dirt and perspiration. 2. Rinse off soap before going into pool room. 3. Clean out passages of the nose thoroughly by sniffing a small quantity of water into the nostrils before enter ing pool room. 4. No spitting in the pool. Places are handy on the outer edges of pool for this purpose. Do not use fiushp step iff pool to spit in. 5. Do not throw any object into the pool. (i. Spectators will bo careful to re main on spectators’ benches. Street shoes carry germs and spectators, will not be allowed so walk around the edges of the pool. 7. No one who has an open sore, scratch, boils, pimples which show signs of irritation, or are very numerous, any manner of skin disease, etc., will not be be allowed to use swimming pool at any time. 8. No man or boy will be allowed to use bathing suits or any manner of supporter (except during public exhibi tions). ‘ • 1 9. No one will be allowed to enter the pool with any kind of bandage, ad hesive plaster, etc., on person. 10. All persons using pool shall pre sent a physical examination certificate signed by family physician or by eouftty health physician showing that they have no disease of any kind that can be com municated to others using pool. This trill also prevent persons from aggravat ing such diseases by entering pool, and will protect persons who are sound and who have right to use pool. The “Y"' pool is a safe place to enjoy a swim and Jo build up the body by this splendid exercise. No roughness is ever permitted, and one can swim with safety from being ducked, dived upon, pushed from the sides, etc. All boys' classes are divided according to weight; girls by ages, and men and women have special classes in which there are no children. Each class for boys- and girls meets three times each week for -a one-hour period. This is all the swimming that any young person should indulge in. The senior classes for men and women are numer- 1 ous altd are held at the hours suitable to those who arc employed. Classes for men are only supervised and no instruc tion is given except to those' who request it individually. The chief aim of the “Y” in conduct ing a pool is to give healthy recreation, plenty of fun and exercise. The pool is sanitary and any one contaminating same in any manner will hf prosecuted. In fringements of minor rales will be dealt with by “Y” officials and public opinion. * > i PUTTING A MODERN TUB IN YOUR HOME means a distinct increase in home comfort and an improvement in family health. It does not mean any serious inconvenienoc or loss of time or a big expenditure of money if we do the work. Why tot see us about it? E. B. GRADY PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER Office and Bbow Room 8B E. Corbin St. Office Phono M4W THB CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE Klaa Meeting Results in Battle. Westwood, Mass.', Aug. 3.—lnjury to a dozen or more persons, the wrecking of a farm- house ijj the Islington district here and the arrest of three men for Carrying concealed! weapons was the aftermath of the Ku Klux Klan’s firft attempt to hold a meeting in this dis trict since.the State pplicC stopped sup plying guards for Klnn gatherings. The meeting in a field of the Boston- Providence highway here, ended in a rib which the police of three towns were unable to quell. A mob of 500 anti- Klan sympathizers and three scores Klansmen staged a pitched battle with fists, rocks and brick bats- Although fir arms were in evidence no shots were fired. Most of the Klansinen escaped in their onrs but a few were bottled up in the house Stephen Rlsley. where they huddled in the cellar while every win dow and much of the furniture disinte grated under a hail of rocks from the outside. PIGGLY WIGGLY Helps those who help themselves Thursday Only Quart Wesson Oil 49c Pint Wesson Oil 28c GET YOUR SUPPLY NOW We don’t meet prices—we make them. See Our New- I Wrist and Strap Watches 1 “VOU will be interested in these B A new designs inElgmWatches. j These new model* represent the S finest development of the an of 9 watchmaking. And while they are ffl unusually beautiful, no sacrifice S bas been made in timekeeping m accuracy nor in the quality which S assures long years of dependable 1 service. It will be a pleasure for us to ffl show these models to anyone S interested in watches. STARNES-MILLER. 1 PARKEIHOQ. - 9 Jewelers and Optomet- jg rists ffl i l Make Your Summer Free From Ice Worry,, Install Kelvinator electric refrigeration in your refrigerator and you can forget all about ice deliv ery this summer. Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much colder and your foods much better and longer. When you c go visiting it will stay cold while you are gone. Kelvinator requires no time or attention and is j! trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kelvi- | j nator than to buy ice. Phone or call for detail*. ' York* & Wadsworth Co. ! I 'i '■ j ! Kelvinator Tfc* Oldest Domestic Electrie Rei rigeration To Cleon Up Rocky Ridge Cemetery. We will clean off the cemetery at Rocky Ridge Church August 14th. Those wanting to pay money instead of work ing, see Mr. Haste Hatley, of Concord, Mr. Hall Sides, of Kannapolis. The work is needed very badly. 4-4 t-p. TOM SIDES. The only cobalt mine in the United States is located near Frederickstown, Missouri. jij 26-Piece Chest j Rogers Silver ill ware * 1 11 Three dollars and fifty cents 1 i[ i down and one dollar per week. You | 1 1 1 pay no more when you buy it on Is. W. PRESLAR JEWELER X We Want Your Account i i Melrose Flour Liberty Self Rising i Flour In Melrose Flour ire need only announce ( arrival of a big whipment which we have 1 every four to six weeks. Get yours now. ; Liberty Self Rising Flour is the very j highest grade of Flour with phosphates l and salt added in the exact proportion, | so you take no chance in your mixture f to have very Dost results. It‘s a sue- j cess. Buy all your flour at Cline & Moose j Our New Mechanically Refriger- j: * ated Autopolar Fountain I keeps ice cream in the most per- | feet condition. With this new au- I tomatic refrigerating device, it is j; possible to hold the temperature j; to the zero mark if desired, and this insures all ice cream and drinks in the best of condition. PEARL DRUG CO. On the Square Phone 22 nruwuuuw.nnnnnnn.il " | All Suits Reduced f 25 to 50 Per Cent. 1 Straw Hats at Half Price 3 Including Panamas and Leghorns Browns-Cannon Co. j j CANNON BUILDING | July Clearance of All Our White i Slippers *1 bis July Clearance Sale is an event here meriting I I study on the part of every woman. jj A July Clearance Sale of this magniture needs no fur- I ther urging. $2.95*° $4.95 , RUTH-KESLER SHOE STORE j" . Smartest Styles Lowest Prices li SUGAR! SUGAR! SUGAR!'*"] Get Your Supply Now; It Can’t Well Go Lower. 100 Lb. Bags $6.50; 25 Lb. Bags $1.75; 10 Lb. Bags 75c We don’t sell it for lc under post, but from 1-2 to le over cost You 1“ I* can get it from us any hour of the day any day of the week and any fe week of the year. 1; You don’t have to wear a dress or be a full grown man to buy our I sugar. 9 |i We sell to judges, lawyers, doctors, preachers, laymen, farmers chil- I dren, ’ niggers,” merchants and nil other classes. We do not offer you some staple article of dry goods at 20 per cent, un- t der cost to get you to patronize us. We are in the grocery business and solicit your patronage solely on I the merits of our goods and service. C. H. BARRIER & CO. j INSURE 1 When You Start To Build T * fignt time to take out insurance is when you start B \ building. Then if through any cause your building should i burn, even before completed, the Insurance will cover your H jj loss. Fetzer & Yorke Insurance Agency | 1 „ „ Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co. i PB - FETZER A. JONES YORKE Liver Trouble Now a Known Cause of Premature Old Age Medical science knows that poison ous waste in our bodies would actually cause death in a few days if not eliminated by Nature’s processes. Be cause it destroys these deadly poisons, the liver is our most important or gan—the body’s wonderful purifier. The liver prevents the formation of body poisons that cause diseases of the heart, kidneys, blood vessels and are chiefly responsible for premature old age. When the liver becomes weak, the poisons are sucked up by the blood and health is broken down. Physi cians know that the liver cannot be regulated by drugs, but a safe Na ture substance has been discovered which will at once increase the vita! bile supply. The discovery is puri fied ox gall. Gjf from your druggist a package of Dioxol. Each tablet contains ten drops of purified ox gall. In 24 hours the poison toxins will be re “Dioxol its especially recommended byl OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQOooonfww^ftqqooftpOOOOOO^ K. L. CRAVEN & SONS 9 PHONE 74 i j § CO AT ! Hr Mortar Colors SooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocxtQOQoooooooooooS PAGE FIVE • moved. Your liver will be regulated. ■ Blood purification will begin. Sal : low skin will clear. You will feel ■ so much better you will know you i have found the cause of your ill health. Dioxol tablets are harmless, tasteless and cost less than two cents each. These genuine ox gall tablets are prepared only under the name “Diox ol.” If any tablet is offered you under another name, refuse it. Ac cept only Dioxol m the original, genu ine package. Test Dioxol free. Mai! this coupon now. . j e Whitehall Plum leal Co. c* ' 598 Madison Ave. llvC INew York City • i '(i want to try Dioxol. Trial Pearl Drug Co.”
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