Monday, August 10. 1925 j Two things you should observe-in the care of/your much-prized dresses and gowns First—Send them to a reliable cleanser.. Second—Send them regularly—or as often as they show the slightest soii or mussing. | i i Our reliability as cleianers is known to most people in this community. To those who do not know it we shall gladly give the names of customers of high stan ding and rest our case on their tetimony. Let us show you how our service adds to the joy you get from your clothes, as well as lengthens their period of useful service. Phone now and our representative will call — ll 1 . 11 ■ ' ■■■!—■ Ml. I ■■■■■ J ■■■ ■■■ Organizing Against Evolution. Charlote Observer. Two of the big men in ehureh life were at the Dayton show. One was Dr. Charles Francis Cotter, pastor of the West Side Unitarian Church, in New Yprk; the other was likewise a New York pastor—Dr. John Roach Straton, Os Calvary Baptist Church. On return ing to J she home base and speaking of His observations, Doctor Potter visioned, as a result of the Dayton developments, a nationwide enactment of anti-evolution laws. This is in line with the predic tion. or rather the recommendation,-of Congressman Upshaw, the anti-evolution leader ip his state. And on this prop osition Doctor Straton is not only agreed, but he goes a step further. He makes declaration of his purpose to call "a great OUT OUR WAY ; ~ : - ~ BYWTTTrtAMS excuse me % wou’ts/e. <3c 5T me no\N so I V exP&rr ME \ | MPS VAKiSvAiAKIk.I ’ coyvJDMT MAKE A PANMEWT- \ X T> Op ! j JOS,T WOLO ‘ tUe Ol A CLAW PlPtl L GQ’ROOND \ MQu &NS i ; ; §| IK \M\RE A moment / \_OOKvN* A BIG jme A ,0»N& ?\ ! 'l l I pOCy PkEAEE J NOORE CROtSiM AROUND A BRiNCs HOME | ] HY X s-ae&l 7■* SODA OACx UUE A M i cfn O iuDi Ull \ SAILOR IN HOk£rKONer lookin' /\o f '?/ ■ VM-W MOTHERS GEiT GRAtW - , UNTiMEIH -TOPICS. _ ;J ,. „ MOM’M POP BY^fAYLOir f yFH comes OTft „ j * HERE’S VJHERE \WE GET SUM r-r H npru ]■ | ( ■ *_ VH<f v•* ■ ' ; ' J WT 3 *. Urv- Y DEV’ye AIE ( A VOU POQg NUT-WHY DIDN’T t 1 : iff .“it conference” some time ill the Fall, of fundamentalist scientists and theologians to organize a counter movement "against organized materialistic and anti-Christian propaganda which brought about the Dayton trial," He believes Kentucky will be the next, state to pass au tfnti evolution law. the Southern states will follow in block, that the movement wilt then reach the "West, eventually absorb ing the interest of the North and East. By which Doctor Straton mpans to say that Cue anti-evolution warfare is not; going to stop until if has conquered the nation. It is evident that the Darfow crowd ran up against a larger contract than it had imagined, for the Dnytdn "exercises" served to develop an aggres sive attitude oii, part, of the. ehureh peo'- ple of a kind that had not jieen imagined THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNB possible. Instead of cowing the relig ious world, it waked it to action. Dempsey la Hooted in Eos Angeles. 1,-,s Angeles, Aug. 'lo. —Jack Dempsey is no longer popular with the ringworms in los Angeles, the place he now calls Ills home town. The champion took some brutal raz zing at the- opening of the new $1,000.- 000 Olympic bningx auditorium, when he ' was introduced, hoots and hisses greeted him. Dempsey looked place and worried, - as the shouts came from all parts of the arena: “Bring on Harry Wills What’s the , matter, Jack, afraid of the Big Smoke?” REMEMBER PENNY ADS ARE CASH i \| famSwasAing&n j t)IJO^XrL BY CHARLES P STEWART • NEA Service Writer XWTABHINOTON The automo- W file trade came In for some rather severe criticism at -the recent national convention of credit men here. Auto concerns are extending too piuch credit, to the injury of other business and of great numbers of those It’s ex tended to. according to many of the convention delegates. •- • • THE Jones family lives on the average American wage earn er’s income (Bureau of Labor Statistics figures) of *1513 a year Jones can’t save much— certainly not enough to pay cash for an automobile But he needn’t pay cash He can buy on the installment plan. It looks easy Jones is sold. * • * JONES had made due allowance for his installments but not for fuel and oil and extras and re pairs. All put together, these Items pinch him DINNER STORIES Professor! “Jones wasted three hours yesterday.” Dean: "How do you know?" Professor: "I watched him." Waiter: "Which side t of the (able do you prefer to sit on. sir?" Diner: "Neither, I prefer to sit on a e!iaif.” . Gloria: “I refused Jack the first time he proposed to me.” Ethel: "I suppose you were not sure you .tloved him." Ojoria: "Oh. yes. I was. but I knew if Ij accepted him the 'canoe would tip oven” Professor: "Your dancing is like a summer breeze in December." Pupil: "You flatter me. but please tell me why?’ 1 Professor: "So untimely, my dear.” Danger Ahead. "Has yonr-’pld man fsuiul a job yet?” inquired Mrs.- jllubbs. > *’NV’ replied Mrs. SoruVbs. “but it lie ain't; careful he wiU." He almost applied at a place yestiddy where they was needin' a man." The Star Witness. "Look here, chief.” demanded the eap tain of thd tramp steamer, “what became of that missionary 1 put ashore here about six months ago?” • ‘"I refuse to answer, by advice of coun sel.” replied the cannibal chief, "but I don't mind telling you that there’s noth ing in the theory that you can't keep a good man down.” Many a man's reputation depends on what isn’t found out about him. Old bachelors always look under "Marriages” for the news of the weak. Its the water over the wheedl that makes power—itr the cofiimuntty as well as* the mill. If only for selfiisli reason you should spend your money in Washington. The dollar you spend away s a dollar gone. The dollar you spend in Washington is a dollar that adds power and pro duction in your home town or city— its a dollar that grinds u better grist of better advantages for you. Self-interest will show you why you receive most for youh home dollar. First. In increase in property values. This not only applies to city real estate but to farming lands in this vicinity. As a town grows and develops farm prop erty increases even in greater values. The history of every town in the nation proves that suburban property and town EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO ’ tTOP F!T>3.e/TINCS. I 'Tea. WOMAN,,, > 'that You Must novslSm not thoug-h, nc.w nc>v<-c_ on I have, orners TA'BL.S, THING’S TO THINK OF 11 I'm | "falG-HT rs NOT AUUiAYS —/ANP a <3d= N Tl_ts 'ZEPHYR SIAJAY<S-T> ! rue Ff?A<SRANT HOMEYSuq<LE, IaJHIUS \ OVeR ALL ftiORED IRS SOfT RAYS Op A tbOOTHe.’RN MOON. *2>HS. RAISED HER I ' He need* a new «uit ~ Hlg wlffc needs a new dress The baby need* new shoes. Well, they can’t have ’em —not until the car's paid for. BY this time the Jones' are dis tinctly hard up. They have to cut down on food —per- haps cut some of it out entirely— cheaper butter, less milk, no meat some of the time. Thetr living , standard’s been lowered —except that they have a car •• • • THE result, the critical credit j men say, is that business isn’t as good as it ought to be—except the auto business. It isn’t actually bad in other lines. Building activity and other nice things more or less offset the Jones’ financial stringency. Nevertheless, according to credit men, always excepting the automo bile credit men, isn’t as good a* it would be if an over-extension of credit .hadn’t inducts! Jones to btuf a car he couldn't affoxfL . Answer to Yesterday’s Pnzzle. sml m s«R£rn? IJE § u n i iE.lt? Bplaipmslc PjA P property increases in proportionate values. Second: In direct benefits—better schools, churches itnd lHiblic. iifctitu tiolifk . .. 1 Third: In the community that supports "you. Ton can’t “have your cake and eat it too”, is a; 1 rue pay ing. Myery 'man. should patronize the in stitution in which he is financially in terested. There are practically as well as loyal reasons why you should spend your money in Washington. The prosperity of industries, merchants, banks and pro fessioinal men means your prosperity. Visiting Cards Handsomely Printed. 50 for SI.OO or 100 for $1.50. Times- Tribune Office. ts. BE HEALTHY, HAPPY, VIGOROUS . Don’t Give lip to Sickness* TOW Age” or Nervousness—Let Ironux Keep You Fit! To prove its amazing value, every pale, thin, weak, rundown, nervous person on this section is invited to try a big SI.OO 'tottle of Hrucher’s ironux today—with out risk of penny cost. ’ Good druggists everywhere are author ized to promptly refund the full retail price to anyone not perfectly satisfied after a week's use of Ironux. This makes the trial of Ironux a simple, (inexpensive matter and surely the trial will tell. Don’t delay! Thousands have gained strength, vigor, weight, ambition and en ergy bv the use of Brit (’tier's Ironux—and your case should be no different. 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