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Maaday, Nov. 6, 1925
? Proper Cleansing
involves almost in
There is the necessity for un
derstanding the changes in
fabrics constantly coming out*,
the late shades and modes in
colors; the new styles and
ways ofWraping. *
Attention to the>e details gives
, our cleansing the up-to-date
OUT OUR WAY by WILLIAMS
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SNbH MOTHERS GET GRPH- j
GQtETTKIGS. p i«a» it au at»iv«x pq, j
MOM’N POP . BY TAYLOR
"tell ME MORE OF that ') 6EE'HE DRIVES Y YES, YOU SEE KIS "\
Young man next vxjgp. ) f they call t > a nice car A father is present
AUNT LUCY-WHAT'S .J ( HIM CHICK- / l DOESN'T HE*? /(°F WE MAGIC MOD CO,
TIRST NAME A ( AND g^RE^SUPPOSED
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etrSThETfeotJfeLE* V I COH HAS HE A SISTER ? A *
A-HE'S ODTEt/ERY ( ( LET'S INVITE THEM BoTh OVER ) s —s
MTERTAINIIMS HIS A To piMWER TONIGHT-I'D _// jt \
l FRIENDS WITH ♦ V, LOVE to MEET HER f ) ,
Mordant on Xews-Herald.
It» a sorry sbrt of a “sport” who
•can't take a joke when it happens to
be on himself, or herself, as the cause
■ may be, but in ''taking” this one that
lis reported in The Hickory Daily
Record the editor of The XewtpHer
ald passes along gratis this advice—
never fell a newspaper man anything
that you don't want to see in prinf,.
for in all probability, sooner or later
he will let it out:
.“We always hate to bear a. mgp
start out by warning his listeners
that he will now tell a joke, but
that is just exactly what we are go
ing to'do. A joke is weighing heav
ily, upon us and we propose to unload
itjat any host. If Miss Beatrice
Cobb, editor of The Morganton Xews-
Hcrald, come a-hunting us • a
shotgun in each hand we are prepared
to pay tile penalty, but the joke must
months ago the Xorth
Carolina press convention was held
in Asheville. Miss Cobb is secre
tary of that body and naturally sbc
yus kept pretty busy during the meet
iyg. After a particularly hectic day
she was dressing for dinner in her
suite at the George Vanderbilt Hotel.
Miss Cobb had suite E. We pre
sume there is a suite A. and suite
B, and suite D, and maybe down
through suite Z. That is spectilja
tive, however, ami we qre positive
that Mice Cobb had suite E.
“During her rush to get ready in
time for dinner the telophome rang.
Miss Cobb answered and a tender
masculine voice said, or MTss Cobb
swore he said, "Hello—o—o. Is that
"The color rose to Miss, Cobb's
(tieeks, we feel sure, and she says
that her glance .loft iCyeles on the
telephone. In a haughty voice she
asked, 'Whom do you wish to speak
“'I want to speak to»Miss Cobb.
Isn’t that Sweet-iee?' replied the
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
"The persistence of the speaker ah
most Hoofed the Morganton editrix.
She told him it was Miss Cobb but
she. did not mention the endearing
name he had talked on. The busi
, »es.s was discussed over tbe 'phone
and that night she asked him hotly
what he meant by calling her
“ 'Why. I was only calling your
siuter Haven't you got suite E?’ he
“And that's the joke on Miss
Tbe Good Benefits of tbe Building
‘ and Doan.
Here is something good from the
Detroit Free lYess, and should be
used in building and loan advertise
ments : '
"The longing for a home has always
been—it is and always will bo—the
one universal desire of mankind.
Around your won fireside abide ten
der memor'es—within the seclusion
of your own liome are new desires
nwajtened; , y
“It is the one place where n wel
come awaits you, where you may hide
from a busy world and rest, where
you may forget for n time; the traits
of life and feast upoh the pleasure of
“Wherever you may brT wherever,
you may return to—and that place
or spot is somewhere—pome resort of
kve and; joy and peace and plenty,
that yoii may return to—that place
could be no other than home.
• ■"Deep in the heart of every man
is-, that (insatiable desire tfi be the
master of his own home. The Amer
ican will never be content as long as
he continues to dole out his monthly
percentage to the ever ambitious rent
"Picture, if jou can. the typical'
American paying rent. Can you im
agine Lincoln, Garfield. Hayes or Mc-
KijkJey meeting the rent collector at
the door every montu with the rent?
Theodore Koosevelt scratching his
head and wondering where lie will
move next, as he has.just received no
tice to vacate."
ORDER from governor
IX ALVIN MANSEL CASE
Xegrto is Now in Penitentiai-y
Aualtigk Electrocution For trim
inal Assault in Asheville.
Uaieigh, Ncv. 7.-—An order from
the governor was necessary for the'
commitment of Alvin * Mansel, the
uegro convicted in superior court at
Asheville of assaulting a white wom
an. when he arrived at -the state's
prison with ti Buncombe county
deputy sheriff late last night.
The deputy failed to get the com
mitment pallets before leaving Ashe
ville, and the pri ■: u is without au
thority tdj accept a prisoner without
thrin except u)xm executive orders.
Upon t(r deputy's arrival witli the
negro the (prison authorities corns
mwdented with Gtivrrnor Mr Leal,
and promptly received the proper in
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Os all knowti drugs, creosote is rec
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persistent coughs and colds and other
forms of throat troubles. Creomulsion
contains, in addition to creosote, other
healing elements which soothe and heal
the infected membranes, and stop the
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creosote goes on to the stomach, is ab
sorbed into the blood, attacks the seat
of the trouble and checks the growth
of the gertns. V .
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bronchitis and other forms of respira
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ing up the system after colds or fit*.
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Use Only the i /
HOLD TO fcXNDAMKNTALS |
Conference in Session at High Point
Goes en Record.
IJigli Point, Nov. B.—Saturday’s
session of the North Cjyolina annual
conference, Methodist Protestant
Church, which is being held in this
city, was devoted largely to the read
ing of reports of vurious conference
committees. The ministers and lay
men passed a resolution, reaffirming
their "in the fundamental prin
ciples and doctrines fojmulated’ffiy the
men of a century ago.”
The committee gp young peoples
work, rendered' a report, Which was
adopted, authorising the continuance
of the ( Bice of field secretary of young
pedfdu- vcTk, ami also authorizing an
appropriation of $2,300 for support
of the office and expenses connected
with the work among the young peo
The conference gA down to real
busine-s this afternoon. Heretofore
the’Jse.ssions had been '.devoted largely
to addresses by men prominent in
(•hutch work, and these speakers gave
sopiid advice to the ministers, but tfle
reading of reports occasioned keen in
teSpt, as di,i. also? the reeommenda
tietfs mode by the committees!
»be boundary committee, in its re
port. lvcomnieaded that changes be
made in the boundaries of several pas
toral charges'. 1 The report, iwhieb
wa% adopted, suggested that addition
al-charges be created.
Be omim*mlations of tbe pastoral
coiumi tee were accepted by tbe con
ference. Tbe report exalted the pas
tor ami his wofk, declaring that pas
toral visiting i* of supreme import
“Tin 4 leader and shepherd of his
flock, the minister should recognize
fcffe place in his life which belongs to
•nfiflftdering to the needs of the sick
and tfie distressed among his church
constituency,” read the report.
Rev. W. A. Murray, representing
the Near East relief, was introduced
to the conference afternoon ses
sion, and delivered a forceful address
in the interest of the Near East re
lief work, which is being earrie on
t’afolina among the chuijflies
of all denominations. He urged mem
bers of tlie conference to aid the or
ganization by giving publicity to the
needs of the work.
r J> ■ommittee on Evangelism made I
:ts reports, which recommended the
continuance of the important work
of preaching tile gospel for the spe
cific purpose “of saving File lost. The
report was presented by Kev. W. H.
Xeese. c-f Kandleman, chairman of the
The conference tonight adopted a
repc’rt of the committee on social re
form in which it voiced its serious ob
iect'ion to “swinnujng pools where the
sexes swim together."
"Ho far as we can see there can
be no objection to a properly con
lucted swimming pool where tile sexes
wini apart." read the report, which
was adopted unanimously by the con
ference. “We do, however, most se
riously object to such pools where the
.sexes swim together. Our indict
ment of such pools is based oh the
belief- ghat the general mixing of the
sexes in this manner tends to destroy
Ilioii'jptv which is an., imlrspcjtsah’.e
safeguard to character. Japan at
tributes the low morals of her peo
p'c to her public bathing places.
Judges from the court bench have
spoken strongly against this evil, and
surely the church can not be silent.
Our children should be parentialiy re
. strained, and the people of our con-*
gregation warned against this menace.
The report also read that a worth
while censorship of moving pictures
seems impossible "and until the state
furnishes protection, the church is
compelled to withhold its'Shdoreeiuent
ts the movie screen."
MnHr strict observance of the Sab
batli also was urged in the report, to
which it was added that society’s
on!> salvation is to he found in the
llie debtor in India is so honest
that he pays not only his own debts
hut also those of his father, brother,
and other relatives. I
♦SVgRETT. TRUK , B* CONDO
-.-IIP, f.I T | |
‘LETTER jKa W
Washington, Xov. 7.—Member* of i
the and Magus' Committee of ]
the House of Hep resent at ives, now ,
wrestling with taxation questions, pre- 1
liminary to next meeting, 1
agree on one thing—‘taxes must be !
cut. Concerning details there a‘re 1
plenty of difference* of opinion, not
of tliem partisan.
The two outstanding controversies
3. Shall the very large taxpayers ;
or the rank and tile of smaller ones j
get most of the benefit of the ex- s
pcetrtl cut ?
2. At what rate shall the rest of g
the national war debt be paid of? j
Secretary of the Treasury Mellon i
is on record in the large taxpayers’ f
Tilt; rich, he says, won't try to I
make more money if (he government j
taxes, most of it away from them; i
give them a chance to keep a reason- 1
able amount of it and. they’ll' plunge j
into business, making better times j
for everybody. Besides, the small fry f
had the reduction last year.
Mellon may be right, but it will be
hard, to convince the smaller taxpay
ers, whose votes are numerous. Con- i
sequently, seine, even of the Bepub- !
lk.-an committeemen .are afraid of his i
plan. Tim Democrats are against it 1
* * * *-
The government lias been paying 1
off the war debt at a rate which will i
wipe it out in about 25 years. That 1
is to say, the generation which fought ,
the war will pay for it also. *
Secretary Mellon believes in this.
He thinks each generation should set
tle its own bills. He likewise advo
cates cleaning the slate as soon as 1
possible lest something else come up
to pile on further obligations. Final
ly, hte points out, the faster the debts ]
paid, tile less the interest.
Yet it's obvious that the present j
burden can be lightened, and still J
more taxes can l>4 taken off. if the '
period of payment is exteended to 62
years, as the Democrats, and some of
the Republicans, among the commit- i
tee members suggest.
Reports from all sections of the !
country indicate that the present i
season- of intercollegiate football J
will eclipse all previous records in j
the matter of attendance. With i
capacious stadiums now dotting the ]
bind, gatherings of 50.01X1 epecta- j
tprs have become quite common in '
both the East and West.
? the sleeping beauty
& that lie 9 underneath the
a soiled surface of furni- J) ]
lure, floors; doors and N
woodwork- O-Cedar I
X Polish will take off the > |
/ marks of use and bring N ]
V back a dry hard finish- j
Sv Use it,too,on your au- }
» the O-Cedar pn, then Xt
C rub with a damp cloth. N !
Y Try one bottle. Sold 4
everywhere in various /
sizes from 30c to $3. N
"Cleans as it Polishes”
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| ! FANCY DRY GOODS WQMEN’S WEAR |-
I; Satisfaction for \
ii a Little Money |
A Whole Lot of j'
Here is an oxford that is exactly right, search the world over, you j ■
won't find a more comfortable and likable shoe for daily wear. They t
are soft and pliable and snug fitting through the heel and arch be- )
cause they are specially lasted. We are shewing these in both black ► :
■ d “ $4.0 OTO0 TO $5.50
“THE HOME OE GOOD SHOES”
I FEEDS AND MORE FEEDS
Chowder for your hens 1 te.W
Cow Chow for your cows
Omolin for your horses and mules
Pig Chow for your hogs - . ■-a
Hay and Straw,
We carry groceries of most anything to eat.
PHONE 122 ; ,
CASH FEED STORE
WHERE QUALITY COUNTS ■■
| ANNOUNCEMENT "iv :
3 v SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th 1
Swift & Compan y -l : ;|
§ one of the largest meat and produce packers in the United J'"
§ States, will have a counter in our store oft Vhich they will 1“ ."
3 display a full line of their products at attractive prices, *
3 One of their representatives will have charge of the y ‘
'* sale of these products, but we have ftrranged with them B
• to make deliveries and carry accounts for our customers. 1 ~
, 3 Don’t fail to take advantage of this BIG ADVERTIS- 8
.1 ING OFFER OF THEIRS. '
| C. H. BARRIER & CO. J
I- • i
jj DELCO UGHT
I Light Plants and Batteries
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
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R. H. OWEN, Agent
669 Concord, N. C.
Above Floor Furnace
At last a furnace has been designed to be
placed above the floor. This is the solu- .
tion of the heating problem for small home
owners. No longer is it necessary to wor-
You may have a furnace without the cx-
ALLEN’S PARLOR FURNACE
No room heater can compare with this jr ~" 5 “
wonderful new Furnace Above the floor, which heats by moist* 1
air circulation. Come by and see it.
This invention is the latest development in the stove.indus- "*
try. Come by and see it even if you do-not intend to buy. Let *
us explain how it works. * * ’
H. B. WILKINSON
* Out of High Rent District
Concord,- Kannapolis Mooresville China Grove
CYLINDER REBORING |
!We hare installed a Rottler lieboring machine so that we eon re- n ..
bare, the cylinders of cars and fit new pistons, rings and wrist pins E-' i
without removing the motor trim the frame, thereby saving a large H -
labor charge. Just give us a trial and convince yourself. El,
We carry a full line of Goodrich Tires, Tubes, Piston Rings and Es- '
I’ius, Rufico brake lining, Sparc cm Horns, Prest-O-LSte Batteries, Hj
Whiz Auto Soup aud Polish and Genuine Ford Pitts. | yj.
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phone aas |*j
.y.. 45. 1 .SfripLE A i..
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