■Saturday, Sept. 19, 1925 WHAT DO YOU CARE, so it LOOKS Often the ready I discard needs only the skillful handwork of 1 Cleaning, pressing, repairing, remodeling— My Hr’tfg] these things have magic power, not onlv to \9H| prolong the useful life of a suit or garment, JuSR S; but to savc >’ ou the price of a new one. tv.-J?/ ft Tn Let us show you what our modern service /\J/ 1 If can do for your wardrobe. , I Phone 787 COVPLE -ft PIT INDEIt ARREST 1 Husband Runs A Way Wife of Lexington Mail. villi'. Sept. 17.—Doe Hull, having a wife and children here, and Mrs. Sam " of I.exingtou. having a ■Mbaud and one child there, were in Ronoke, Va., Tuesday by j officers. while found in apartments there ns man j wife and were brought to I.ex where they were confined in county .jail. A hen rig will prob "Hl' be given them here on Friday. bearing may take place in Kay went for the par -1 on notification by officers there they were in their hands. Hall —r— BY WILLIAMS - RiCharo?lm\NV FIOvMDNtDO MR sty VS YOoR Mft IM ?? CtSMOMS! GOSH ■Pf I’v/E OVNEO HER | COME. ON RIGHT INI. '.TiLTk Bfigl A vnSlT* FOR TH 1 GOLIM, i'm ORF'.L K LOM6EST -Time. -f’ GEE VA• VsiALH Bur i'm Just A\NFot_i right im \n\Th me. /. ty. ABOUT PuTYnJ RIGHT INJ, GoSH IMGlao / plCKeo T J ||||f| m jg WBHBftl llßfli I [i § |Jj K mM;: IKagiflMHtnH • i»w« lllliv 11 y KmK4 . f ivl C|SPSBBg*s u>S ip. kiLPSTI-TS ’ OOR DAMOW OL MEiGHBORS - mo Boom ever gets a uckim’ V ' 9-JO VJHEN TGER’S' COMPtNM- © 1925 er NEA 9C8W31 *■• IfjViOM’N POP BYTAYLOR ||7 VfHAT WILL The NEIGHBORS T /T /—, v - ■7 SAY ViHEN THEY HEAR ABOUT \( THAT'S RlfiHTf . 0 EVER 1/ ANYHOW-I’LL \ i W Yoo HITTING mr.tyteonthe V jump on ms- learn to hold your (( ber the old 1 I H HEAD WITH ATOY AO-TOMO6.LE? V AND ACT LIKE \\ W Tlt R . 1 T KEEpTo^ ■ *SETA6tI n y ROMPERS AND F,x UP A ] HaiuSljS \ ° TO X. —SAND RLE IN THE >( -Slf NOT \ 11 ii Ai**" / \ BACk VAPD vain r \ ANY MORE \ ; x.o If ftn| l y^^ V ‘?^- D |t Sg V~~ lp YOU HAD ONLY LISTENEDT6 M 6 \ ’ IT AT V I I all This trouble could have been ) i i/i vSsS alSb?^ e \ v ik avoideo - X told you before we / . W lOBk or iiSt /wrn Ii over a - but A | If NOT t SLPPOSe S 2■/ vj DO? V \ Y °U CAN NEUER SEE THINGS BEYOND j | Er HAVE To PAY HIS J / TL— 1 THE END OF YOUR NOSE - ..1 c V. 7 . , . . i _. * ..’ ' '* f - V'. :-w «*eY.a , \jeU',.-Le* ,gf* r. had chaHged his name to tteed an<P the two were occupying comfortable quarters in a popular residential por tion of the city, it i« stated while Hall was working in a furniture shop. The parties left here about three months ago and their where abouts had been unknown until a few day** ago. It is «*aid that Mrs. Earnhardt is well connected in the way of rela tionships at Lexington. I‘cftple here j speak of the episode as one of the strangest, occurrences that has come to light and they are nimble to ex plain any part of the affair on either I side, more than to say that thought less passion mu 4 have actuated ; them in their conduct. TIMES-TRIBFNE PENNY ADS. ALWAYS GET RESULTS Over 6,000 Miles of Roads Under Maintenance. State Maintenance Forces are main taining (>.150 miles of State Highway system, according to figures from the Maintenance Department of the Com mission. These forces are at Work daily to keep the State Highway sys tem in first class condition and are doing so. The cost of this work is being paid by those who use the roads since the revenue for carrying on the work is derived from the li cense tax an automobiles and the tax on gasoline. Bobby Jones is the first national amateur golf champion who has suc cessfully defended his title since 1013, when Jerome D. Travers re peated after having won the title the year before. tHE CONGdRD DAILY TRIBUNE li—: CHURCH NEWS Forest HiU Methodist. Sunday school at 9 :45, A. G. Odell superintendent, Stonewall J. Sherrill, assistant superintendent./ Come to Sunday school and get ready for the promotion exercise for next Sunday, September 27th. The child knows that it is an honor to be promoted in the day school, and wo should -cause hi mfo feel that it is an honor to be promoted in the Sunday school. Morning worship and sermon at 11 o clock. Epworth League devotional at G :30 p. m. Evening worship and sermon at sermon at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. The Fall season is opening up and it is some cooler and this should be a reason for more interest and better attendance at all our services. THOS. F. HIGGINS, Pastor. Associate Reformed Presbyterian. (M It. Gibson, Pastor) Sabgth school at 10 a. m. J. E. Mcplintock, superintendent. Preach ing at 11 a. m. This service is for children and young people. No eve ning service as the pastor is to install new pastor at Kannapolis. Y. P. ('. l. at G :30 p. m. Prayer meeting each - Wednesday evening at 7:30. McGill S.reet Baptist. (.1. It. Pentuff. 1). !>.. Pastor) * R'ble school t) :•'!<). Worship and . sermon 11 o'clock. Subject: ‘‘Greater : : Things To Be Done.” Important for . every church member to be present to ■ help decide whether we will enter a ; revival campaign. Must decide at ■ this service. Sermon at 7:45. Sub . jeet: '‘Quenching the Spirit of God.” P Y. p. r. at G :30 p. m. Every ; body urged to be in ail these services. Central .Methodist l 9:45 Sunday school, .1. E. Davis superintendent. 11 o'clock, morning worship. 7:30 evening worship. At the morning service Rev. Z. Hinohara, - pastor of the Central Methodist Church, South, in Kobe, Japan, wilL . preach. The public is most cordially invited to these services. - Wm. A. JENKINS, Pastor. St. James Lutheran. (L. A. Thomas, Pastor) Sunday school 9:45, Mr. F. It. Shepherd, superintendent. Professor J. B. Robertson teacher of man's Bi ble class. Chief service at 11 a. in. Luther League 7 p. in. Vespers at S. Subject of sermon by the pastor: "Modern Men and Modeiu 1 Sin.” This church welcomes you. Calvary Lutheran. Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Chief service at 11 a. m. Light Brigade at 5:30 p. m. Luther League at G:3O p. m. This church invites you to its services. St. Andrews Lutheran. Sunday,pchooi at 9:45 a. m. Light Brigade at 10:45. Luther League at G :30 p. m. Vespers at 7:30. You are invited to ail services. Trinity Reformed. The Sunday school and the men’s class meet at 9:45 o'clock. J. O. Moose is superintendent. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. in. Sermons by the pastor. All services in the East Corbin street school. This congrega tion welcomes you to worship. Epworth Methodist. <J. M. Varner. Pastor) Sunday school at 9:45 a. m„ Wor ship and sermon by pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Junior League at 3 p. m. Senior League G:45 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice Friday 7:30 p. m. Rev. Z. Hinohara. of Kobe. Japan, will address the Sunday school at 10 a. m. A large attendance is desired, as Brother Hinohara will bring a mes sage of interest to all. ! Jackson Training School. Preaching Sunday afternoon at 3 | o clock by Rev. T. F, Higgins, pas tor of Forest Hill Methodist Church. : First Presbyterian. (Jesse C. Rowan. Pastor) Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 5 p.i m. Sunday school 9:45. - C. F. Ritchie superintendent. Mid week serv'ce at 7:30 p. m. To all services the public is cordially in vited'. Kerr Street Bat it Ist. (A. T. Cain. Pastor) Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., J. J. McLaui-in superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Mr. Payne, the evangelist. B. Y. P. C. at G :30. The meeting will continue all next week. Service at 7:30 every evening. Come. You are always wel come at this church. Dun's Trade Report. New York. Sepb 18.—Duns to morrow will say: The reports of the week add to the accumulated evidence of commercial progress. Dispatches from widely separated sectious of the countrf and from diversified trades are, in the main distinctly favorable, either dis closing a further increase of activity or giviug promise of future gains. Os actual expansion of business, that which appeals in the steel industry is especially significant, because it reflects prosperous conditions in dif ferent. lines. The railroads, which are handling the heaviest 1 freight traffic in their history, have begtiu to make rep'ncoments of rolling stock anil other equipment; there is u steady demand from automobile manufac turers whose operations keep up at a notably high rate; implement mak ers. with their position improved by the enhanced buying tsower of far mers, have taken large tonnages of bars; and building contractors have made exten-ive purchuses of material as a consequence ;of the uuprorbdetiL ed volume of new construction. With the inflow of orders from these and other stel output has risen above 75 per cent, on the average, and producers are firmer in their views as to prices. Weekly hgak clearings $0,200,- 3U7,000. Ulv WuL 11 ia*sko (euer* 1 BY CHARLES P. STEWART NEA Service Writer WASHINGTON —‘Of nil Up: men this country sonde, on various missions, into foreign lands, the experts whom our big agricultural implement Rouses dispatch, as Held rep resentatives, to tinker with the farm machinery they have sold übroad, average the highest tyt>e. * • • Ot'R mechanic, on foreign serv ice. Is well paid but not on a I scale to put up at the leading hotel—where he might just as well tie at home—on reaching his des tination. Ho finds quarters in a native hoarding house and associ ates with the (ample of the coun try. ■ w * t lie «6os something of urban life hut most of bin time is spent in the "provinces." learning the country's innermost life and language and thoughts—which the average American never does, ( A FEW years of this and that mechanic knows the land of i his sojourn as he knows his Own —inside out. Once every winter or two he DINNER STORIES Doctor—Your hands are very fever ish and dry—now let me see your tongue. Patient—Ah. now you’re talking doctor, now you're talking. Mrs. Jones—Who beat your bad little boy that way? Mrs. Smith—Your good little boy Struck him with a brick? Jim—l)o you mean to tell me that she returned only part of your affec tions. I cannot understand you. Jack—-Yes. she returned my letters but kept the jewelry. First Wise —"My husband just nat urally takes to poker/’ Seeornl Wife—" Mine too —much - more than lie brinks back.” Clara—" Did you get, that new fall coat' you were raving over Utst week?" Itutli—"Oh yes—l got it the next day.” Clara—" And what did your father say?” Ruth—" Oh—he raved too.” Charge—She is not exactly pretty ; still she i$ attractive. Marie—You mean she is homely, but her father has money. Wife (paying an unexpected visit to oflff-o) —Why, .lohn. yon fold Ync you han an old maid for a stenogra pher. Husband—Yes. dear, bqt she is ill today and she sent her grandniece as . a substitute. Judge—l'll be mVrciful aud give! you six days. Prisoner—But. Your Honor, I’m to } be married this week. I Judge—l'll be still more inercvful ' and give you thirty days. The October number of Your Car, a Macfadden Publication, takes you "Motor Touring in Romantic Califor nia” with Herbert O. Warren. There is "A Man Who Owns Two Cars and Never Rides in Them." This unique personage is no less a light than Ben ny Leonard, boxing champion, who uses his cars for pacing him when in training. As he puts it "Charley (my I brother) rides in the car and times j me while I use the car to pace me.” i "Back Seat Drivers" takes us on a | trip with Charley and his spouse and gives a new reason for 101 per cent. I of the country's divorces. EVERETT TRUE BT CONDO ■j777\ luV£rue-TT, Uouu vfCFtTo’k f-iu;r gu'l _ Ova.fi J ta, '(ov'rZE. I}ack -u:/.)-. I .' ... .. J . X X—X —_l . . ‘■V in* xtmnct. «c.‘ ■* ♦ Rets a couple of months in th« United States, to keep him up-to date ii ml in touch with home, but invariably he's shipped away at;-iin. A specialist, by this time, in foreign holds, he's too valuable [ to be spared from them long. • » • THEN n-.aybe he’s transferred ] to a i lot her country, which he i b arns, too. as thoroughly as 1 ho did the first one. I’ve met these ! mechanics who have lived in most i of the Latin American republics, i in Germany and Spain, in the j Halkun state, in North Africa, in i European and Asiatic Russia, who i speak half a dozen languages with 1 considerable fluency and who un- | ( derstood world politics and condi- i , tions as mighty few so-called 1 authorities do—not from formal ! study but at first hand. ** * t OF course not every mechanic, j any more than every man in i any other calling, is made of 1 tile raw material to profit by such j advantages, but some of them are i —men who would fill an ambas- 1 sador’s post with a credit mighty \ few ambassadors have a right to i claim. Ambassadors, however, ' aren't picked that way. L. . COUNCIL OK CHURCHES MAY BE UNAUTHENTIC General Secretary of Temperance Board of Metliedist Church Ques tions Document. Moline, 111., Sept. IS.—Dr. Clarence True Wilson, of Washington, general secretary of the board of temperance, prohibition and public morals of the Methodist church of America, today questioned the authority and authen ticity of the report on prohibition re leased under the name of the federal council of churches. Dr. Wilson, here attending the cen tral Illinois Methodist conference, is a member of the executive committee of the Federal Council of Churches. Ho said he knew nothing of the prep aration of a report on prohibition such aS is being issued and declared that if such a report hffd bdeii ordered prepared and 'issued he believes he .wOidd know about it. "If the writer of the articles for the federal council is not getting any thing from the national, association opposed to prohibition he is a fool," said Dr. Wilson. "It is exactly the j kind of stuff that organization pays for." The report declares that pro hibition is facing a supreme test and expresses doubt as to the final out come. I)r. Wilson said that although he is in constant touch wrtli the federal council of churches, he has never heard of any action authorizing an investigation of the prohibition move ment and publication of a report on the findings of that survey. The Methodist leader also ques tioned the authority and ability of the Kev. E. Ernest Johnson, head of j tile federal council’s research and edu cation department, under whose dt- I rection the prohibition report was pre j pared. ( In Muscle Builder for October, a ' Maefadd'en Publication. Gerald M. ■Clarke tells how Dodged Death And Became a Champion." Dr. Ed mund C. Gray in "Is There Such a Thing as an Athletic Heart?” discuss es the whys -and wrerefores of this condition. “Steeled by Struggle" is the story of a weakling who suddenly found that he wasn't afraid to fight. There is another article by Sir Terriss ’TIow do Heat Em to the Punch" in j which the contender for the world’s j I lightweight championship gives some [tips on how to be handy with the j mitts. . ’ This isthe first year since 1!UI) | that Greater New York will not be | represented in the world's series. 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 ~ | THE UNIVERSAL CAR s \\ hat might be termed “Satisfactory Service” varies ] \ C according to different kinds of business. In most cases it 1 8 covers only a brief period of time, but in the automobile ! s business it is different. Our sales are made to people who j c use their cars over a period of years. C Such purchasers, by right, demand a service above the ' 8 average. To meet this extra demand, we have first secur- I g ed men who have an interest in their work and see that X whatever they are called on to do is done perfc.tly. All S our men finish each day’s work with the clear conscience Y that it could not have been done better. In this way, there \ ?i are no ‘come-backs,” and our customers are assured of 11 8 satisfactory operation of their cars over a long period of ' g time. ci May we extend you such a service? REID MOTOR CO. ?! CONCORD’S FORD DEALER Ci Corbin and Church Streets Phone 220 ! ! OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOCfOOOOOCOOO OOC-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOoi IDELCO LIGHT j M Light Plants and Batteries Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter- '' nating current and Washing Machines for direct or alter- ' dating current. R. H. OWEN, Agent i Phone 80S Concord, N. p. j ! ~ ~~ —- I FALL HATS— j SNAPPY STYLES I 111 the Newest Colors | Priced $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 | Throw that old straw away and let us fit you in your particular stvle m hat. RICHMOND-ROWE CO. other Large Ship- Charming furnitur* reflects good tast» „ ami adds to the atmos- ment or ribre phere of the home. Out *“■+■' Reed and Fibrc-Furmtur* I by Hey wood-W-kc-field w-s » is colorful, graceful, and f« limit lire reasonably priced. See it J' l this assortment wc are biu'c you will find just the Living Room. Many new ' styles and finishes to select ■ J from. Also Odd Pieces. H. B. Wilkinson ■4 yjj Concord Kannapolis China Grove Mooresville' — - '* T - vyfl U U -i ! Car Washing! Alemite Greasing! | Crank Case Service Let us wash your car and grease it with Alemite fiigh B - I ressure lubricating system for everybody knows that H proper lubrication is the life of any par. \aj f M ) I exaco gasoline and oils—Goodrich tires and-tubes.- B >iJi Tire changing, Accessories, Free Air and Water H ! CENTRAL FILLING STATION H PHONE 700 PAGE SEVEN
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