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.- , Let 118 C,ean x Y our Rugs. That’s one thing that has posi-
UVely gone out of style as a home task. P
jv home W Sftn/ x<? “ consider^how laborious it is when done
%ne our scientific way: -
We Remove evegy trace of dirt, every iurkinE germ. re-
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Qur prices are as pleasing as’dur service.
jTY ou merely phone tis. We do the rest.
OUT OUR WAY BY WILLIAMS
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PEEPUE IU IK'' STEaum’ )NY* FEED THEM DOGE*.
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MOATN POP . ( BY TAYLOR
|be New York Mirror Pays *1 For]
Kuril Beet “Ir Line Printed.
The New York Jttirrdr pays p.OO
each for “Ifa.’ ! The * following are
aome that have been seat in: ;
V I bad some glue, l’be n snob, if
I sol stuck up.
>* V 1 bad a watcb, Id suuwih it, if'
I wanted to kill time.
If you want some money) ask me,
if yoji can find me.
if I werW jm artist, I’d draw my
w|ry any time, isl had a brush and
t I tabe T'Tng
, Ti I were a peach, I’d be a pretty
l*ajr( pear), ff I were twins. •
If Iliad a bottle, I’d takfe a dfink,
if there was anything in it ’
If I had a line, I’d string Kim along,
if I bad i fellow.
If I money enough for the li
cense, I’d a*k my girl to name.the day
if she had, not married some other
If I had a tree, I’d make it bark,
if it didn’t >ave. '
ft I had an'auto, I'd go for a spin,
if I bad a top.
If I had three’of a kind, I’d have a
house full if I had a pair.
If I worked for get tired,
If I had anything to say' about it.
If r had a pince of tin, I'd have a
Ford, if I had a rattle'. '
If your entmy strikes you, turn the
other cheek, if you can’t rub.
If l had a face like yours, I’d have
it lifted, if I'could fiud . an honest
thief.' 7 -' / -
If a handsome motorist invited me
to ride. I’d go, if I had a pair of
roller skates. -
,If I had a pin, I’d come to the
point, if I were a good sticker.
If I caught a fish, I’d^weigh it, if
I had the scaltv. 1-^
If I were a gold-digger, I’d make
some money, if spades were trumpa
No traveler has ever crossed the
great southern desert of Arabia.
THE CONCOfeD DAILY TRIBUNE
These slippers are of white satin am
brdTEftred with rose motifs In shadet
of pink and rose. They suggest
festivity, extreme youth and dancing
feet. The embroidery, you will notice,
extends down on the satin-covered
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“This country’s going straight to
My granddad told me so-
Hie old gent ought to know.
I asked him why he was so sure:
(le said long years anil years ago-«-
His granddad told him so.”
So Grateful For Exceptional Benefits
Obtained, Wants Others'to Know
About It.—Says 0e Feeds Like a
• New Po-son.
Statements of praise from men
and women in all walks of life in be
half of HERB JUICE" are a continu
ing sen atinn. and this, in jitsolf, is ab
solute proof of its merit and health re
storing powers. Antony tin- latest is
from a well known and popular mill
Worker, coryiected with the Fraukiin
cotton mill, S 3 Roberson St., who is
so grateful over his wonderful recov
ery. tliat lie gladly gives this public
statement so glint others may know
alx tit this great natimy remedy, and
What benefits they can derive from its
use. In a statement to the HERB
JUICE man, Mr. N. H. <Vince; re
ferred to aimve, gives the following ac
count of Jus experience with HERB
. “To say that I was in a general run
down condition would be a mild way
to cypress in waif. Before f used
i HERB JUICE i nud suffered from
. ftonitjrji trouble in its worst, form.
Gas pains,"kenrtbirrn- pains-in Clu-st,
. no appetite atfd no eneigy. Tliis.eojn
■ bination had nismt ruined my lieahli
and no relief was in sight, as a Inst
resort I was' urged to try HERB
JUICE, the great nature remedy, that
is 4>ringing relief and restoration to
health to hundreds in Concord and
-surrounding territory. Before I had
finished my first bottle I was surpris
ed at the- great improvement it was
making in my condition. I did not
stop nt this, but kept right on taking
Tt until all my ailments were banish-*
ed aiid today I am enjoying good
health and must give
full credit for it. "Now i cun eat
three hearty meals a day. enjoy them,
my food is properly digested and I do
not suffer one bit fbom gas pain, heart
burn. Or blpating like I did before us
ing this wonflerful remedy. I do
not know the meaning of the word
constipation ns my system is now in
good shape and I feel just like a new
person. Just tell any one l -who is a
doubting thought that it is the great
est on the market today for
stomach trouble and kindred " ail
ments. No one oan appreciate the
health restoring growers that HERB
JUICE has unless they liavov had
file experience with it that I have
had. and words can cot express the
grateful feeling" I have for this medi
cine for the grent improvement it lias
made in my general health.- I feel
doubly sure that if any. one suffering
as l did Will only give HERB JUICE
a fair trial, they will become as fully
.convinced as I am that it is truly a
wonderful preparation .worthy of the
HERB JUICE is said in Concord
and guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded fcy Gibson lirug
Store. Also sold in Kannapolis hiy F.
L. Smith Dnif Co.** *
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Be An (
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r’. cc '
Mias Rita Jarris, IS-Vcar-old daugh
ter of a farmer living neai* Memphis,
Tenn , won a SI,OOO reward for the
capture of three 'l"ink robbgrs who
had broken . SJie discovered
them hiding 0,. .. r‘ father's farm,
led a posse to the. spot and the men
. Suspended Sentences.
In tin- matter of suspending sen
encoi of persiyrs convicted in our
•ouris there is a wide divergence of
-pinion. In recent years it would np
year'that there has been a growth of
he .practice of suspending the prisois,
entires of co.n*victed iiersons, and
epeiniiily of those wlm are able to
pay the costs and small'fines.
Neulem-ej arc suspended on rue
ground, or theory, that by so doing
ewSpgofi k*-rs may be refonm'd
tirou;. tlio threat of future punisli
kl>V ready ..worked.; then sns
lending would’ have a
sAutary effect. But' a good
nauy observem do not believe that u I
ibeial use of the suspended sen-1
fence in beneficial. Especially do they
■ontrad that in flic field where this
veajion h most frequently' suspend
ed. in liquor lawn violations, that it
Joes not operate to scare offenders
back into the path of reettoade. It
may be. that this is so, and' it may
irisc out of the fact that the average
iquor maker or seller an en
tire v' different view of the law from!
that iaken by sonic other occasional!
Most oftbose who embatrk in the
Licit liquor business calculate ou the
liklihoofi of being caught sooner or
later. Tliey doubtless also reckon on j
the probability of fines or suspended
'entences neither of which they
dread very much. They are in the
iquor business generally for the
reason that they expect to reap large
Prolls with Small labor. Bootleggers
despise work, and they have a special
distaste for the brand of labor re
EVERETT TRUE j BY PHNUO
SAY, NeK3-HI3oR i- O'CLOCK 1
IN 7W& «CI?MtNCS. IS NO -HOUR. JO
yoor Hoia; Vo you
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By CHARGES P STEWART
NBA Service Writer.
Washington,—When Policeman Mi
chael J. Dowd tried to arrest -Walter
White recently for highway robbery,
White\ reached for a gun and Dowd,
beating him to the draw, shot him.
It was a bad wound and White,
at the emergency hospital, sank rap
idly. Finally the doctors announced
his only, chance lay in a blood trans
fusion. But who was going to give
his blood to have the very question
ably valuable life of a murderous
stickup man? Why, Policeman Mi
chael ,1. Dowd, of all people. When
he heard rthat the doctors wanted he
offered himself immediately.
Well, White was so far gone that
lied before the operation could be
performed,/'but doesn’t the incident
throw a curious Jjght op the way that
eepper looks at things,!
We’re not apt to think of the South
Americau countries as ahead of us in
any line of human eqdeavor. Yet
here’s Dr. P. P. Bauer from Colombia
to discuss with the post office depart
ment for tie establishment of an air
mail service between Key West and
doing it as one who
knows far more about tropical avia
tion than we do. The fact is that
South America, iii\proportion to its
population, has us entirely outclassed;
in making practical every-day use of
the air plane.
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The reason for this probably i>»
that the South Americans need the
plane more than we do.
Except in a few long-settled dis
tricts, railroads are few on the south
ern continent. Ranches, or estancias,
are very large—many thousands of
acres. ' Highways are bad —in wet
weather almost impassable’ Through
out a whole winter, maybe, a rich
landowner, living in state in midst
of his not so very little principality,
can’t get into the nearest town even
on horseback except- at the cost of
several days of the worst imaginable
riding. Hut he can jump in his
p azie and do it in a'ffw minutes.
Consequently, with the country ar
istrccary, planes are coming to be re-
I garded fie rather more indispensable
, than automobiles.
| Take Advantage cf the Bargains of
Canned Foods Week.
Go to your grocer and select a dozen
or a case of canned foods. Not only
' will you make a worth-while saving
. in money, but having a well-stocked
■ pantry will help you solve the gues
s' tion, "What shall I have for diu
, Canned foods banish seasons apd
enable you to serve tempting dishes
at all times. The choicest of foods
: are gathered from all parts of the
1 world, prepared under the most sani
| tary conditions and brought to you
ready for use. Canned foods offer
i over 200 varieties, eost less and save
1 time. Stock your pantry now. .
! "Ves. I get SBO a week,” said the
saleslady in the millinery establish
‘‘How do you manage to command
so Jarge a salary?" asked the coun
try school teacher.
“I know hats."
‘ Dear me.f For SSO a month I
have to know everything.”
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| quired in road building where 'there
is no prospect within a definite
period of quitting the job or being
j t'ricmls of the suspended sentence
can no doubt cite instances where it
has worked well, but when they enter
the realm of the liquor vio’ator they
will probably find that ill a large
proportion of eases the whiskey seller
who has received a suspended sen
tence does not quit, but merely
tries to be a little more earcful. v
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§ FANCY DRY GOODS WOMEN'S WBAsjj
■ : - Satisfaction for
a Little Money 8
M A Whole Lot of
; j Here is an oxford that is exactly right, search the world over, you
. . won’t find a more comfortable and likable shoe for daily wear. They ' J-j
t j are soft and pliable and snug fitting through the heel and arch be- , ”
t p cause they are specially lasted. We are showing these in both' black ?h "4
[ $4.0 010O 10 $5.50 J |
! ■ “THE HOME OF HOOD SHOEB"
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| FEEDS AND MORE FEEDS
I Chowder for your liens 5
’ ]j Cow Chow for your cows , X
’ ; Omolin for your horses and mules • X
. | i Pig Chow for your hogs
I Hay and Straw, *
We carry groceries of most anything to pat.
CASH FEED STORE
WHERE QUALITY COVNTS . i ||g
: Thanksgiving Is Near-If You Have
3 ‘ ,
I Turkeys to Sell See Us (
\Ve buy and sell more Poultry and fkrm produce % 9
than any store in the city. '
? Why sell your butter for 30 and 40 cents per pound, 3
when you can sell us yoifr butter fat for 45 cents per 5>
| pound and save the work and worry of churning? > *
| C. H. BARRIER & CO. f
DELCO LIGHT j
Light Plants and Batteries
£)eep and Shallow Well Pumps for Qirect or Alter- | |
natmg current and Washing Machines for Direct or Al- j
R* H. OWEN* Ageist
—Pb°ne 669 Concord, M. C. T"
>OOOOOOOO0 oooooooooooooooooooooppoooooooooooococ3»o ,
Above Floor Furnace J>
last a furnace has been designed to be
placed above the floor. This is the solu
tioil of the heating problem for small home
owners. No longer is it necessary to wor- : '
j’y along with stoves.
You may have a furnace without the ex- Rjßjglp
pense of a basement. •
ALLEN’S PARLOR FURNACE V.',,; 7
* No room heater can compare with this'
Wonderful new Furnace the floor,\which heats by moist
air circulation. Come by' and sec it. x
This invention is the latest development in the stove indus
try. Come by and it even if you do not intend to buy. Let
us explain how it works.
H. B, WILKINSON
Out of the High Rent District - .."Vj
Concord, Kannapolis Mooresville China Grove
II CYI4f®ER REBORING jg
We have installed u Bottler Heboring machine so that wc can re- ]
bore the cylinders of cars and fit new pistons, rings and wrist pina f
without jemoving the taotoj from the fraiqe, thereby saviug a large « ;
labor eharge. Just give us n trial and convince yourself. S’**
We carry a full line of Goodrich Tires, Tubes, Instou Rings and ftp**-',
l’ins, Bunco brake lining, Sparton Horns. Prest-O-Dite Batteries, S
Whiz Auto Soup and Polish and Genuine Ford
rj STI’DEBAKEJt SALfK 4*l* SERVICE g • j
Auto Supply & Repair Co.
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