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y«htr<by August 22, 1923
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There are many fine fabrics which
will not stan<J the ordeal of the wash
tub. Some of the most desirable goods
cannot be- made shrink-proof nor can
some of the most attractive colors be
fixed in the fabrie so as to combat the
These fabrics should be sent to us for
cleaning by our modern, scientific
Bob’s Dry Cleaning Co.
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EASTERN CAROLINA 18
ENJOYING FINE CROPS
After Many Lean Years the Low-
I landers Are Experiencing Prosper-
I Ity.— jNtot Less Fortunate.
I Raleigh, Aug. 21.—Eastern North
Carolina, which has been the smitten
lection for many years, is growing
and harvesting its greatest crop. At
fcrney John A. Albritton, of Greene
■•unty. -who was here today, said.
HS’he observation * has become a
■ftis. Os course the growing and
HRjesting do not - mean that the
pont\v will be ail that could be de-
Pired, but certainly thert! Has been
nothing in the last ten years compat
ible to' the Crop of today.
I ".The easterners are rich in tobacco,
lorn, wheat, peanuts, potatoes and
lery well off in cotton. Their crops
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MO4FN POP “ tATCOff~
" Sosh-iwshi oaNSwfis^xss
as he Rxvid oor to W The )| £°o<_dt&i!\#cof f car-the wear.
PW HALF THE EXPENSES fL NEKVE/ 4 SOMS SCHEME 1 AND TEAR ALONE
of oortWip he Sought \\ M : To beat him at y@b 7s a gwrrreMOF
/iliwi nil ;iiiii w veu. if there's awA ( vm going to give W". W
J MOM-VOU'we ) CHANCE OF TVTC A DOSE OF ¥
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b j —■—'*s® g| START, EOT LWONfT jfv SobuMß} i
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are ao much better than those of their
breathern in the west that the east
will come to Raleigh when the next
general assembly meets and make de
mand for progressive legislation. The
organized opposition to big road pro
grams found itself confined' generally
to the east. That has gone and the
section hi feeling rich today.
The east has had its rains. Today
when the visitors front the lowlands
read a circular from Asheville in
which the people are forbidden to use
water in baptismal services, both by
immersion and by sprinkling, the
easterners did not feel that it was so
bad after all tto be from a country
where water i< natural. It has been
a long time since the Primitives and
the Missionary Baptists were so short
of water that everybody In eastern
North Carolina might not have been
The Albritton, story 'comes front
everywhere. Even in Wake county
crops are' abnormally good and in
Jolinßton Sunday there will be a
thanksgiving service for the great
crops. Johnston has , the habit of
prayer .for such blessings and never
forgets itself even in the lean years.
A film producer whs in search of
1 an actor to play the part of Abra
ham Lincoln. One candidate for the
1 part had mislaid' all his photographs.
1 so he bought a,number of photos of
the real Lincoln, autographed them
as though they were pnoiographs of
himself in eos*ume, and sent them in.
“Cm sorry,” said the producer,
i “but I can’t engage you. You ' see,
my boy you're njot the type.”
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
_ Melodist Protestant.
Thumb school at 0:45. Morning I
worship at 11. Sermon by pastor,
“Rejoiee Evermore.”' Evening pro- ,
gram at 8, conducted by the Junior
and Intermediate Societies. Prayer
meeting each Wednesday evening at
7:80. Special revival campaign be
gins the fifth. Sunday, August 80th.
Bev. N. G. Bethea, of Lexington, wiH
join trs in these services.
Kerr Street Baptist.
Sunday school at 0:45 a. m., J. J.
McLaur.n superintendent. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. We
had the largest attendance at Sunday
school last Sunday in a long time.
Come and let’s make it larger tomor
row. B. Y. P. IT. at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer pervice Wednesday night at
7:30. Come, you will be made wel
come at this church.
A. T. CAIN, Pastor.
Sunday school at 0:45 a. in., A. E.
Harris superintendent. Teaching by
A. E. Tibbs, at 11 o’clock a. m. Sub
ject, “Chriitian Faithfulness.”. Pro
fessor R, I. Johnston will be in charge
of the music, and at 8 o’clock p. m.
the service will be a musicals. At
both morning and evening services Mr,
Johnson and Louise B«ve’ wiU ren- f
der a number of specials. During
the week both these parties have ren
lured specials for the ltotarians and !
also the Kiwaniaus. All arc invited
to these services.
St. Janes Lutheran.
Sunday sehool at 0:45 a. m. Chief
service at 11 a. m. Preaching by Dr.
R. L. Patterson. Luther League at
7 p. in.
First Presbyterian. |
Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m. Men’s
Bible class at 10 a. m. No preach
ing on account of pastor's vacation.
St. Andrews Lutheran.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. ra. Chief
service at 11 a. m. Luthar League
at Tp. m. We are always glad to
have visitors worship with us.
Sunday dchcoi at 9:45 a. m. Light
Brigade at 6 p. in. Luther League
at 7 p. m. Vespers at 8 o'clock.
We are always glad to have visitors
worship with ue.
All Saints Episcopal.
(Rev. Charles B. Scovil, Rector.)
Seryices.Sunday, 38, 1935.
11th Siilida'y After Trinity.
Holy Communion at 8 a. m. Church
Sunday school and rector’s Bible class
at 10 a. m. At 11 o'clock morning
prayer and sermon. This will be the
rector’s last sermorf as. rector of All
Saints Chureh. Subject: “The Place
of Henor." Monday, August 34th,
St. Bartholomew's Day. Holy Com
munion at 10:30 a. m. jn the church.
A1 are welcome to our services.
The Sunday school and the men’s
class meet at 0:45 o'clock. J. O.
Moose ;n superintendent. Monthly of
fering for the Church Building Fund.
Service at 11 a. m. Sermon by the
pastor. A cordial welcome is extend
ed to those who have no service in
Our New Mechanically Refrig
keeps ice cream in the most
perfect condition. With this
new automatic , refrigerating
device, it is possible to hold the
temperature to the zero mark
if desired, and this insures all
ice cream and drinks in the
best of condition.
Pears Drug Co.
On the Square Phone 22
I Let Your
Next Battery j
Be An j ;
Use Only the i 1
ts CHARLES P. STBWARTI
* NBA gergige Writer , |
of * Pan-American labor
movement ia one bf the ob
jects of the meeting of ©flclala of
the federation* in this country and
Mexico set for Aug. *7 in Wash
i The North American and Mexi
can federation* already pall vary
well together fn harness whenever
dn occasion arises for team Work,
hut their affiliations with the labor
bodies of the more southerly re
publics are not at all close. In
deed, Venezuela, Bolivia, Para
guay and Ecuador are without
federations, though they do have
Various unassociated unions.
* • a
FtIENDLY relations with the
Mexican central organisation
are of value in a number of
ways to the American Federation
of Labor. Immigration of workers
Into the United States from south
*f the Rio Grande, for instance, is
becoming a serious problem.
Mexico Is not on a quota basis,
and as wages, particularly in sea
■ sonal employment, are higher on
this than the Other aide of the
border, labor naturally is tempted
across, to an extent whtch threat
ens to flood the market. Mexico's
tbeiv own church.
' Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
(M. R. Gibeon, Pastor)
Sabbath school at 16 a. m. J. E.
McClintock, superintendent. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Visitors
arc cordially welcomed to these ser
vices. Y. P. O I’, at 7 p. m. Pray
er' meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
(Robert S. Pastor)
The pastor has returned from a
very pleasant vacation at Moon-Pat,
and will preach at ll a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sunday Sehool at It) a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:36 p. m.
Bayleas Memorial Presbyterian.
(W. H. Matbeson, Pastor)
-Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. C6me unto the house
of the Lord and worship with us. All
Brown MHt Presbyterian.
(W. H. Matbeson, Pastor)
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching
7:30 j). m. Come one, come all, and
worship with us in the house of -the
| (J. M. Varner, Pastor)
| Sunday school 9:45 a. in., IV. J.
Corzine superintendent; J. I*. How
ard. assistant superintendent. Wor
ship and sermon by pastor If a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. Senior Leagu- 7p.
us - M. Howard, president. Pray
er service Wednesday at 7 :45 p. m„
conducted by Ray Faggart. Choir
practice Friday 7:45 p. m„ J. M. Mc-
Graw, director: Miss Helen Sides,
pianist. You will always find, a cor
dial welcome at Epworth. *
Jackson Trainihg School.
Preaching Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock by Rev. E. Myers.
New Garden to Be Ready December
New York Mirror.
Tex Rickard announced yesterday
that the final rivet will be driven in
the structural steel work of the new
Madison Square Garden at Bth Ave
nue and 50th -Street next Monday.
The building will be ready for sport
ing events December Ist.
Rickard has already made applica
tion for the 35 boxing dates, starting
with the annual Christmas fund show
on December 7th.
Keep too many irons in the ftrt
and one of them will burn you.
EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO
f <ser a c-N 'rov e vertex t I'. 7
Yocs'RG Just IN HOMS t*. 'You wp M TeflS
>HI! CSCSR. rOOCINS<3_-
TAUM V-Y <5-000 _ SS.MNCTT WOM IT I
x^I“ev 1 “ever°moo
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wee 1., I've, Got To /
tQMgTH ir4GU! A 4
I position, huwetW. Is different from
that of Japan, which greatly needs
an outlet for her earplug popula
Mexico has no such surplus. She
needs her workers at home and is
as unwilling to see them go as the
American federation is to see them I
coming in such numbers. Work
ing together on this question, the
two labor bodies hope to solve it
* «r •
rtß American Federation’s in
terest, and perhaps also t&e
Mexican's, In closer co-opera
tion with labor in the Latin coun
tries farther to the southward is
more largely purely altruistic. Os
immiflxaUsn from these republics
there practically is none.
From some of the British West
Indian islands, there has, indeed,
been enough of an influx of negro
workers to cause a little conges
tion -in spots along the North
American coastal fringe, but from
Central and South America the
volume of arrivals of the working
class is negligible. Secretary of
Labor Davis speaks of it as a pos
sible future peril, but President
Green of the American Federation
seems little worried by it, evi
dently regarding it as a situation
to be met when it develops, ifever 1
it does develop. ~
Net So Funny
Johnny had been on the receiving j
end in a woodshed tragedy.
"There, there,” his mother consol- J
ed him, "Papa didn’t intend to whip
you so hard. He Only meant it as a
“Hmpf!” sniffed Johnny. “So
that's what they meant by slapstick I
Formena: "How'd you come to
leave your last place?”
Applicant: “I was dishurged.” i
"Discharged, huh? What for?”
“Huh 1 ? Where was you?”
“In a hospital.”
Hymns of Hate.
>•*' j ehtfnot : ddfci fA. '•rtV
On Mabel Miiss.
She culls her mot
or car “the bus.”
A dread fill jay
Is Louis Love.
I've heard him say. ’
“Excuse m.v glove.”
Quite trim and neat
Is Johnny Hicks,
But when we meet
He says, “How's tricks?”
Please greet Ed Wahl
With boos and hisses.
I've heard him call
His wife "the Mrs,”
What Started It.
The temperamental young wife,
busy over her makeup, suddenly burst
into tears. "John," she sobbed, “if
I should die would yon weep over
my lifeless clay?”
“No,” replied the heartless brute,
“I'd throw every 'jar of it o<lt tne
In Cass of Necessity.
“Mother, may I go out to ride
With handsome Johnny Bates?”
“Yes, daughter dear, but don't for
To take your roller skates.”
The official call has been issued for
the forty-fifth annul convention of J
the Amerie-an Federation of Labor,
at Atlantic City, October 5. f
Maine manufactures approximate
ly 140,(KtOJMK) toothpicks daily.
You pay no more for * Hood — So why buy a lighter
weight tire? Very few tires have as many ply of cord as
Let us show you.
| Ritchie Hardware Cc
YOUR HARDWARE STORE
! PHONE 117
IDELCO LIGHT j
Light Plants and Batteries
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter- ’
natiog current and Washing Machines for direct or’ alter
nating current. j
R. H. OWEN, Agent
Phone 6M Concord, N. C
vanthTand no name hats
We are showing a full line in all the New Colors and
latest shapes for Fall.
Come in and look them over, you will be pleased with
the Smart Styles and New Colors.
The leading colors are Willow, Pearl, Cinder and Zinc.
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A working center! That's the tiililijpjgrf
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down your work and saves your
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VACATION TIME , I
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the seashore or mountains. We specialize in relinintf
brakes with Rusco brake lining, using a Cady counter
sinking and riveting machine. We also carry a full line
. u s Goodrich.Silyyrtown cfctfdi tirfeabd tubes,;'pbtoa* rhffc«,,
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