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Irsday, Sept. 10, 1925
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I TODAY’S EVENTS
■traday. September 10. 1025
bn Homan Catholic Iliocese of
Hs City is 15 yearK old today,
■diary of the birth of Henry
noted economist and one of
of the Greenback party.
■ hundred and seventy-live years
1 was born Commodore Xicli
r who commanded the first
atP'Aiilt by the I nited States in
■ fourth international first aid
■tine reseue contest, open to all
■s. metallurgical workers and
■men, will be opened today at
■> memorial erected in Stanley!
■ Prince ltupert. I?. C„ to rom
■rate the visit there of President
■cn G. Harding is scheduled for
■at ion today.
■cushion of methods of insuring
B peace will occupy the agenda
■e fifth animal conference of the
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J Tak:e Mv SHOES VOO FOLKS A* ) ThOSE ARE SJI f?tOß^
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■All- WHEN A STRANSER y FAQiPO oirvMr; VT LERTAINLV WAS 1 THIS IS ATAXI-T7
■ picks us op liketo,! /c A Sf«' 4 Vou owe mb A
IIT SHOWS THERE r ARE / ANV HOW -I VJ IS H LJSUP-WE CANT A 32 OOCKS FOR j
I A FEW PEOPLE LEFT /? A HV HOW I WISH V TRANK VOO ENOUGH UP t /
I WHO LIKE TO DO y—-y COULD PASS \ THE RIDE HE UFT .V J
Interallied Veterans' Federation, op
ening today in Koine.
The ancient royal escutcheon of the
Kings of France which, mounted on
a shield, once graced the <iity gates of
old Quebec, will be restored today af
ter 10(1 years,
A sweeping investigation of the
crime situation in . New York State !
will be launrtied in New York City |
today by a legislative committee)
named to obtain information on which I
to base recommendations to the next
legislature for remedial measures.
Californian Says Uncolu Once
Apologized to Him.
Oakland. Cal., Sept. 9.—L4>>—John
G. Crouch, 82, believes he is the only
person who ever received an apology
from Abraham Lincoln.
Crouch was born on a farm in Ro
chester, Sangamon county, eight!
miles from Springfield. 111. As a
youngster ho often went to the
capital with the farm help to dis-
pose of produce. Du one occasion he
entered the stable on Lincoln’s pro
perty and was leaving when Lincoln
arrived and searched his pockets,
saying that eggs had disappeared
from tiic p ace.
A week later the Crouch boy was
told by his father to visit .Lincoln's
i law office. This ho did.
| "You are Davis Crouch’s son,”
I said tlie future emancipator. "I
I wrongfully suspected you of stealing
eggs and I want you to forgive me.’’
Crouch,lived in Sangamon county
50 years and saw Lincoln many
times. He often sold apples to Mrs.
Lincoln. On May 4. 18(55, Crouch
viewed the body of the assassinated
In the theatrical prpfeshion it. has
been a popular belief or superstition
(that it "ragged" dress rehear al will
often result in a. better show on. the
first night, than if the final dress
rehearsal runs too smoothly.v
THfe CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Tourist —I’m almost certain that
I must have run across your face
sometime or other.
Grumpy Waiter—No, sir, it's al
ways been like this.
“Listen!” he said. “I’ve spent
three weeks teaching a girl how to
ride a bicycle. Three weeks! Talk
about patience—Job was a novice at
the game. And what is my reward?
I’ve just been to the theater and—”
“Seen the girl with another fel
“No! A thousand timer, worse! I
saw her on the stage. She’s a trick
Kindly Motorist (who Ims given
old lady a lift, pfter five males)—
And where did you say you wanted
to go ma’am?
Old luidy—Well, to tell you the
real truth, I wuz goin’ in the oppo
site direction from what you wuz
goin’ only I didn’t like to hurt your
fellin' when you wuz so kind as to
offer me a ride.
“Why don't you go into polities?”
“I’ve been in politics,’’ answered
Farmer Coritcssel. "1 once got elect
ed to tlie legislature. And I found
the legislature was juut its hard to
improve as the farm.”
Little Willie—Say, I’a, why are
Senator ltlatherekito's whiskers so
gray, when his hair is still dark?
Pater—-Because, my son, he used
his jaw so much more than his head.
“The Jones are moving..’’
“Why, they've only been here a
year! Peop’e were just beginning to
get to know them.”
“Yes, that's why they are going.”
A mnried coupleVwere knocked
down by a motog-ear. The ear dash
ed away. Tlie police arrived and
found the couple bursting with in,
“Do you know the number of the
ear?” asked the policeman.
“Y'es,” replied the husband: ’’by
a strange coincidence the first two
numbers formed my age and the
second two formed the age of my
"■John.” said the wife, “we will let
the matter drop at oobe.”
To Visit Methodist Shrines.
Jeffersonville, Inri., Sept. 9.--Two
celebrated Methodist shrines, one lje
earliest Prote-tant shrine in Indiana,
and (the other a small brick house
where the Illinois Methodist con
ference was founded 100 years ago.
will be visited by the delegates to the
Indiana annual conference, which be
gan its sessions here today with a
large attendance. Both shrines are
located at Charlestown, a village
twelve miles from this city. The
pilgrimage will be made tomorrow.
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The Lore of Southern Loveliness
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8Y CHARLES P. STEWART
NEA Service Writer
WASHINGTON. —France’s war
in Morocco, with another one
just starting in Syria, won’t
Improve this country's prospects of
arranging a satisfactory debt set
It’s beginning to become appar
ent that the Moroc’can affair is of
The Druses, who are in revolt in
Byrla, are stubborn fighters, too.
Both these campaigns are expen
sive and undoubtedly will make the
French feel poorer.
* • • -
ALL the Indications are that
America’s World War For
,v feign Debt Commission will
Stand pat in its conversations
with Finance Minister Caillaux of
Ftunce—that Is it will Insist on an
agreement which appears to give
the United States all she has com
ing. . —> -
In reality the figures are likely.
FIND LIQUOR IN DUG-OUT
, ON RIOI .MAN’S FARM
Sixty-five Gallons in 5-Gallon "Cans
Seized Near High Point.
High Point, Sept, s.—After (>5
gallons cf liquors hud been seized on
his property near iiere. a warran was
isuited this afternoon for the arrest
of. Henry Charles, Wealthy Winston-
Saleip man, charging him with hav
ing Whiskey in his laissessio-u for the
purpose of sale.
The liquor was seized by Prohibi
tion Officers Kennedy, Shopelott,
While and Hendrix and Deputy
Sfieriff Gray all of High Point. The
officers found the fluid in five gallon
a dug-hut noth* Charles' barn
on the Winston-Salem road. -The dug-
.according to the officers, ap
peared to have been made for the.
storage of liquor, as it .had a trap
.'Charles does pot live on this pro
perty and he w-as not: there at the
time of tin* seizure. The officers re
tnrned to High Point aud caused a
warrant to be issued for the arrest, of
Charles.' ■ - ,
Reduced Fares For Matle-in-Carolinas
Atlanta. Ga.. Sept. 9.—Reduced
fares for the Made-in-Caroiinas Ex
position. which will be held at Char
lotte, X. (’.. were announced here to
day by \\. H .Howard, chairman of
the Southern Passenger Association.
Tlie rates will be effective in North
and South Carolina. Virginia, except
<m t' ,"’ illstOD ' Sal ™i Southbound
and Virginian Railway, from points in'
Run Down Men
probably know that Cod Liver J
Oil is till* greatest flesh producer in |
Jlecause it contains more Vitamines
than any food you can get.
\ou’ll be glad to know that Cod
Liver Oil conn** in sugar coated tab
lets now. so if you really want to put i
10 or 20 pounds of solid healtfiy flesh j
on your bones and feel well and j
strong ask the I’earl Drug Co. or anv
druggist for a box of McCoy's (oil
Liver Oil Compound Tablets.
Only (>() cents for 60 tablets and if
you don’t fcain five pounds in .*>() days |
your druggist is authorized to hand
you back the money you paid for
It isn’t anything unusual for a per-!
son to gain 10 pounds in .*lO days.
‘Let McCoy’s, the original and gen
uine Cod Liver Oil Tablet.’’ 1
I EVER ETT true by condo
[ Y®*- 7 throw a G<s-HTe.o]
Butt DoouM I , t , /
Vol» x. !Po ii /And VJqrt o\_- m'y
C>OSIAf&SS IS BAY/MCS.
th&v Take a
to be hocussed so as to make a goo 3
many concessions to the French,
but it must be done so that nobody
will know it except a few super
experts, like Secretaries Mellon
and Hoover and Senator Smoot.
It must be done ttiat. way be
cause the administration doesn’t
believe American public opinion
would approve undue leniency to
ward the French, but this .vfon’t
suit. Minister Caillaux, whose game
is to make his people think they’re
getting more than they are.
The outlook doesn’t favor har
• • •
THE beauty of the , whole thing
la that nobody on the Inside la
Washington expects America
to get full payment on war loans
except from England.
, As for the rest—little Inter*
'est, perhaps, here and there, hut
nothing more, ■.,■& <*.vA
The poqfllng negotiations are for
•pdpular cdps unapt ton.
Tennessee on and cast of the C. X. O. |
& T. It. Itaihyay. front points in I!
Oeorgia, Augusta, Atlanta and .inter- I;
■ mediate stations on tlie Scabbard Air I
bine Hallway juul tlii*'Southern rail- i
' way. including the Southern’s
1 branches, Athens to Lula. (la., and EJ
-1 bOrton to .Toccoa. Ga., and also from 3
Washington, 1). C r .
Tickets may be. purchased during j
the period September TOrOetofter Ural j
with finaF return limit of. Octota-r sth. |l
Because, of file prospects of an cnor- ]
mobs attendance at the Exposition, i
passenger officials were glad to ar- !■
; range the ..reduced- fares, whh-h «re mi j
the basis df a fare and a half for the I
pound trip, and to co-operate in mak- j
lug the Exposition successful. ' l
A French inventor ,is reported to I
have obtained surprisingly good re ■
suits toward the construction of a J
fast aeroplane which will di pen sc , J
with propellers and rely for pro)nil- , j
sion u lion a discharge of highly-com- J
pressed gas. i J
From Which Kentucky Man Snf- |
sered Two or Three Times a |
Month, Relieved by
Lawrenceburg, Ky. — Mr. J. P. §
Nevln3, a local coal dealer and far- i
mer, about two years ago learned i|
of the value of Thedford’s Black- |
Draught liver medicine, and now H
"Until then I suffered with se- i
vere bilious attacks that came on a
two or three times each month, jg
I would get nauseated. I would
have dizziness and couldn’t work.
, “I would take pills until I was
! worn-out with them. I didn’t seem
; to get relief. After taking the pills
I my bowels would act a couple or
: three times, then I would be very
J "A neighbor told me of Black
i Draught and I began, its. use. I
i never have found so much relief
'as it gave me. I would not be
j without it for anything,
j “It seemed to cleanse my whole
system and make me feel like new.
i I would take a few doses—get rid
of the bile and have my usual clear
head, feel full of ’pep' and could
do twice the work.”
j One cent a dose. NC-161 j|
Time to RE-ROOF |
We have a complete stock of GALVANIZED roofing 1/
and ASPHALT SHINGLES.
V e sell only 29 gauge roofing and give you nails and B
? washers for putting it on. H
; We save you money if you give us 1
! Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
j The Old Reliable Hardware Store I
Union and Church Streets
Phone 30 Phone 30
1 111 .. , - -■"■ V
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Light Plants and Batteries
j! Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter- !
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R. H. OWEN, Agent
j^ 00 ®*** Concord, N. C.
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Priced $4.50, $5.00, $6.00
I Throw that old straw away and
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Prices most reasonable. Come in and select yours today.
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Concord Kannapolis China Grove Mooresville
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