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. Sometime*-*:* figure ttfut just being
tuufried is enough to make.any woman
.mad at her husband sometimw. - K
The fnM Teeves are -so' beautiful
they aeeio 1 almosPas wfoderfu: as
those we colored in kindergarten.
People W»me_jOu fpr getting into
a rot, yet; ahSthg some roads the
rot keeps yon out of the ditch
These danger signs you see on the
highways should' be put before many
The highest a mtn can
give a. girl is that be Would miss fair
almost Os muth as he would his auto.
A case roof fell in Jaurez, Mexico.
Maybe because some Mexican had his
picture made without a cigaret.
(Copyright, 1025, NBA Service, Inc.)
j SHOULDN'T HAVE SAID IT.
Greensboro Patriot. ' ' I
I A speaker at a church meeting de
clared recently that the missionaries
in China are greatly embarrassed |
now, “Chinese students in The United
State#,” lie skid, “find it is not, yet
Chilian on its race relations pur
missionaries have tkuglit the Chinese
to expect • equality of race, but we [
fail in this even within our own
borders. It is becoming more em-1
barrassing to be a missionary in
It is embarrassing anywhere to give
a false impression and to be caught
up With. Hut Who told those mis- j
sionaries to say that there is race i
equality, in the general sense of the i
wflrd, in the United States ? They i
knpw better than that. They knew
that the race* are nor equal in this
Country. Where did they get their
authority to teach otherwise, teach
something that isn't so?
It is their own fault Ts the Chinese,
throw it thelh. They should
thave stuck to the facts. They took l
I it upon themselves to telj the diiqe.se
of the alleged race equality and they
, will just have to bear the conse
quences. No doubt it is embarrass
ing. Any person teitoliing what he
\ knew to be untrue wou'.d'be embar
rassed wjien the person he taught it
to confronted him with the facts, : j
Hut why did they teach it? Wl*r
. -bold [icople responsible far the mis-f
i- sionaries teaching something that the
people certainly didn’t tell ffiem to'
i In iRa -country the white people
a e n„t prepared to tqrn It over to
ye low men or men of other .Jojof and
anybody who thinks so is <iain crazy.
There is ntv use to get aboilt it,
. but. that is simply a fact, n omatter
wbat anybody has been teaching any
■ Riding and Roving.
Grgsnsboro Patriot. . '
; , The presence of eight young white
men in Superior court here this week,
pleading guilty to charge* of stealing, j
moved, toe judge,to comment on the!
increasing nlimber of this Class of
j One trouble is that people are too
j anxious to have a '-good time,” which
means a wild time. -They like to ride
j and rove. • m
4*r They don't want a job because a job
Woul<k> interfere with the wild time,
with the riding and roving. They
want to ride about when the r em
ployer would want them to be Work*
| i*g. Os course they might think him
ihcan if he would not let them drop
i everything and go to riding, but he
couldn't afford to pay them for rW
They want money—for it takes
money with which to ride and rove
j and run about and have n good time—
j-but they don't want to work for it.
j It's iiicdnvetiient to work, confining,
: irkhome, tak'ng up too much time.
L They Peed parental restraint, firm
father# and mothers who w ill tell them
plainly that there are certain things
they can't do and wlich to be honfe at
use pHnnv COLUMN—IT PAYS.
THE CONCOftD DAILY TRIBUNE
Hy CHARLES I». STEWART
NEA Service Writer
j Washington, Nov. 28.—Something
; I said ip print recently concerning
motorists' troubes in Washington
fretted Traffic Director E’dridge ao
tint he dropped in. with blo d ih his
",ve ; t-> «ee me about It.
' “No doubt ' yod’ve been p'nched
vourself.” be accused' “That’s what
makes you so uppity.”
i “Mr Eldridge,” I assured him, “out
of this country’s entire grown-up
population I®’ oile of about haff a
drzen who never owned or drove an
His expression changed from an
noyance to deep wander. “I didn’t
j know we had one of ’em here in the
i capital. I’ll, notify the Rmitbson
ian Institution-—unthorological divi
sion. Dr? Htdljcka’ll be wild about
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“You see,” the director explained,
ail his anger lost now in curiosity,
“we have to bear down pretty hard
here onr-traffic law violations- or there’d
be a massacre.
“All the states roundabout have au
tomobile registration regulations which
make it hard to ‘ dispose of stolen’
cats. But in the District of Co
lumbia we have name. Consequently
the minute a machine’s swiped any
where in our vicinity, it’s rushed into
the district to be disposed of, and it
sells for a song, generally.
“The result is that mere totally
irresponsible people own autos iu
Washington than any city in the
United States, for its size,,, They’d
race -right through the ckpftol, knock
down the Washington monument and
park in the~Lincoin Memorial if we
didn't keep a tight rein on ’em.”
Then-1 broached to the traffic di
rector, my great scheme for a Pedes
trians' League of America.
‘‘What we pedestrians need,'' J
argued, “is organization. The auto
■ists have it. When -their rights arc
involved they have a big association
with high priced lawyers, a legists '
tive It bby aud barrels of money, t
fight for them.
"Hut the individual pedestrian is
just a poor, lone, downtrodden pedes
trian.. lie. wouldn't be so safe t
kick, cuff, browbeat, knock down air’
run over if he belonged to a powerful
league, sworn to defend him”
‘'There couldn't." objected Eldridge
"be .such n thing as ‘powerful’ 4>ede
tflans league. There aren't enough
of them to form a quorum, let alone
a league, with any punch behind it.”
Moustaches Urged by a Methodist ,
T. 11. I.aney in Monroe journal.
Bishop: Denny says wear'a liious
tache. The only tiling to do to dis
tinguish sex. Women bob the hair
J*«th'ge*i-T"Ud- and-tile only thing foe
men to do is t* grow the wisp of bai
on the upper lip. Get beyond them
wear the moustache, aud this” great
Bishop was doing just what he advis
, And the Editor of the Journal was
presented with an 'lnspiration' and lie
advised his barber to leave them alone
Let them grow and regardless of coin
or style t he.\ will be looked ou as a
blessing to distinguish men from his
, Then D. B Synder, of the Uni
Finance Company caused his trust’
razor to shy awuy from the upper lit
and leave the marker for he l was tired
of be’ng called Miss or Mrs. And a
walk down the street you sec a ms
that was once as clean as ,a girl’s fae<
come staggering along behind tin
brush and >dme of the beprd are e
rank and w"oo 1 v that the English spur
wjws have already built their neat'
there for winter* quarters.
And this is noL nil. Often you se
the eyes of a mouse peeping 'out from
this brush because Be fears to ven
tore. But, up there an a jaw bon'
he is comfortable and just think man
has got to endute all this to distil’
guiSh himself from some fair ma’de
-The gills first bobbed the hair and
man thought it was awful. Then she
shnved the Peck arid when the heavy
quids like the porcupine began to
grow, naughty man quit neck kissing
Then they clipped the back of the head
and put on knickers. Then it was
tlie great and good Methodist Bishop
cried aloud, turn--Blit your moustache.
Do something to distinguish man from
I' Let Your
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i. L.'GREGORY HELD
FOR SUPERIOR COURT
Slayer of 8. W. Smith at Badin
Will Probably Be Tried at Albe
nw!e Neat Week.
A'-bamar e, Nov. 21,—J. L. Greg
ory, who is charged with having shot
aed Allied H. tV. Smith on the streets
of Bbdin on last Thursday morning,
was given «r preliminai-y hearing here
today before inquire J. E. Agle and
was bound over to Superior court
tvitMvt right of ball. Superior court
convtmes here next Monday with
udg* D. A. McElroy presiding aßd
thia ease will'likety be heard at that
Thre eye witnesses to the shooting
wefe' offered this afternoon tvho gave
t Wtantiaiiy the same testimony.
From the evidence gi ven Smith ahd
Gregory were standing ta king and
angry words were passed, where
upon Greggory stated to Smith, “IT
shoot, you," reached for his gun and
at abort range shot Smith full iin
the breast. Whereupon Smith turn
ed and ran and when at a distance
>f about 20 feet Gregory shot a
secogd time. Smith went about 75
•ardh farther, fell asd died in a short
■Tust what led up to difficulty
has mit bon learned. It is rumored,
however, that Gregory had charged
with having used abusive
anguag,- to Gregory's wife the ove
ling before. It is rumored that
Tretforv has killed two men prior to
bis .homicide but under what - cir
•umstauces it is .not inown here.
Money Set at Good Task.
Benjamin N. Duke gives out his
money *50.000 at a time. It’s a long
that doesn’t see Mr. Duke put
ting out for some eollegc.
He selects the denominational ool
'ege, those that have not the great
resources of a great state beehind
hem, but have to look for support tQ
he people of the churches It : s a
big help to get $50,000. Mr. Duke
does not select any one .denomination,
but gives to the colleges of many.
The denominational colleges ilo a
trekt work. If It were not for tliem
toe Slate iustitutlons Would be
nvamped, unable to take care of the
Tood of students. In addition, they
’tress religion and that is a good
hing when judges, solicitors and oth
rs are commenting on the fact that
be Courts are filled with young men
Mr. Duke Is putt'ng his money to
■ g'oed task. The sso,of)(hgifts lie is
uaking will Jbear heavy dividends, not!
laid in cash but *in ■something better, j
FILLERS , .etao .** j
C',nb women in New Or’cans have
■xagteil a promise from the local sjreet
ijj’way company that car steps shall
’e made lower as a measure of safety
Advancement 'f women in trade
"aUi is indicated hy the appointment
f Jill s ‘ Hilda Anderson ns represen
tative of the Swedish-American Steam
hip Line at Boston.
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Your Frail, —
Puny Child Grow
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In just a few (invs—quicker than
■ou ever dreamt rs—these wonderful
q reh making tnbVs rafed McCov’s
Cod Liver Oil Compound Tablets will
tart to help any weak, thin, under
i urished little one. '
After sickness and where rickets
re suspected they are especially valu
’b e. No need to give them any
re nasty Cod Liver ()i’ —these tab
-ts are made to take the place of
hat good but evil sme’liiiT. stomac’’’
citing medicine and they surely
'lo H, 1 ' They do put on flesh.
A?dC. the Pearl Drug Co or any
'••nggist f-r McCoy’s Cod Liver Oil
Compound Tablets—as easy to take
” candy and not at all expensive—
TO tablets CO cents. .
Be sure and get McCoy’s, the orig
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CAN'T HOW it Cam (I LAST '
ANN LUTHER. GALLAGHER’S
Wlf*, SAILS FOR DECREE 1
“I’m Through.” She Says, Leaving
Penniless Mate in SaniU-iOrim.
New -ork Mirror.
L i;king tired and worn, Ann Luth
er, the actress-wife of Ed Gallagher,
comedian of the onee-famous Mr. Gal
lagher and Mr. Shean team, will take i
her troubles to that "easiest way out"
—a Paris divorce court. She sailed
yesterday on the Cunard liner Beren
Attired in a green turban hat, a
ight-fitting traveling suit and sable,,
with a toy dog in her arms, Ann tried,
'jut could not lock chic. She answered
uestions W newspaper men in a list
“I'm through, I have stood all any
woman can stand. intend to get a
divorce as soon as I can. I don’t
know liow I will go about it, but I
have friends in Eruope who will help
me." , |
Asked if she knew whei* Gallagher
vas staying, Ann replied: ,
"Scmcwhere in New York in a
anitarium, I havb heard.” j
It is Ann’s first trip to Europe. j
Second Sale of Marshville Cotton Mill.
The second kale of the Marshville'
cotton mill took place here yesterday.
It had prev'oysly been bid off at $55,-
000 to Mr. Robinson, of Lowell, one
of the stockholders and promoters. It
is understood that any Marshville
stockholders who may wish to come in
on the reorganization will be taken in
on tin l same basis as the sale price.
The mill is at present leased for an
an inert rental which will pay a good
dividend on the purchase price of the
property, the debts having been wip
ed out by the foreclosure sale.
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO USE THE
TIMES-TRIBUNE PENNY ADS.
W, M. Kirk Says HERB JUICE Is
a Wonderful Remedy For Stomach
Trouble and Rheumatism.
“'Your HERB JUICE medicine in
deed a wonderful remedy—it gave me
du ck relief from gas' stomach and
rheumatism and I unhesitatingly add
Imy name to yob#' list of endorsers
that my friends may know what it
dul for me ami give it a trial,” such
was part of the gratifying statement
received by the HERB JUICE repre
sentative afew days ago from Mr. \V.
M. Kirk, who is timekeeper of Locke
t otton Mill- Conor; rd, N. C., and is
well known iii Concord and Cabarrus
I ounty. "For a number of vears be
fore 1 began ns’ng HERB JUICE.”
Mr. Kirk continued, ”1 was troubled
a great deal with indigestion. Gas
pains and bloating in my stomach af
ter eating gave me a lot of trouble.
This made me very nervous aiid at
nuke I cmi'd not sleep and of course
would arise-, in. the morning feeling
tired and worn-out. In addition to
(1,; r. y,-i he»n tr-uh’od w’tb rlieuma
tisk fog years and at times would suf
fer t"i—ih’v fr m rheumutic pains iu
mv buck ami limbs. T noticed «
ninnvtooitber , neciite were being lielnerl
bv HFJfW JUICE I decided to try it
mvse'f. The first bottle did me l o is of
goc ( | and after taking tile second. I
can sav that T l«ave had more relief
from this medicine than any T have
ev*e taken. 1 have been relieved of
tbe gas pains, bloafng and belching
after eating- foot, can eat tpost
snvtbing | want nnj it does not hurt
nie afioiovneds; Since T have taken
tti-pp Tr’rpyr; tt,„ rl-piimiltic nains
'“ft ffin and there linS been a
great iinorovenient in niv condition
cenerallv. I can herdlv rea'ise that
«"V inadid-ne could bain a per on so
much in such a short time Today I
anifcfeel’nv better than I have in veurs: I
a!' this T b"l : »re is doe to the use
of it"’itP .Tt’iCE ~nd T gladly reeom-1
mend it *n other sufferers as a medi
cine worthy of tbo)V confidence”
HUKB .Il inp Is sdd t„ rvne-d
hy G*hscn I'rut Store and
to »’ve satisfaction ui'.'K'V refunded
Also F L Smith Drug Co.. Kannapo
lis, N. C.
FANCY DRY GOODS WOMEN’S WEA* jt
r-aa-uHtw until i nu»
SHOES OF REFINEMENT
Six New Stylet This Week
FOB YOl'tf APPROVAL
Discard your, shaffy shoes and get into a pair of these nt?at dressy
new ones and get the benefit ojt a full season’s wear, they’re the pret
tiest bits of footwear you have seen and the most stylish we have
ever shown. May we show them to you? -
$3.95 to $9.00 |;
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES”
FEEDS AND MORE FEEDS
Chowder for your hens
Cow Chow for your cows * i n
Omolih for your horses and mules ■* ! |
Pig Chow for your hogs -J
Hay and Straw,
We-carry groceries of most anything to eat.
PHONE 122 V , ll'
CASH FEED STORE
WHERE QUALITY COUNTS . ‘ | J
' rg. :: g. mu.. t . t, r: r ,n irrT-r.-r-rrTryyarui.iirrT.i;; i
We Want Your Thanksgiving Order
for Turkeys and Poultry
Me have several hundred Turkeys and Chickens and they are
cheaper than Pork and Beef. . u
Why not buy the BEST when the Best is cheaper tha-i the rest?
Try some of our Home Made Sauer Kraut, Home Made Sorghum
an* Home-made Liver Mush?
Live at Home and Trade at the ‘‘Old Home Town Store.”
C. H. BARRIER & CO. •
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Light Plants and Batteries
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps for Direct or Alter
nating current and Washing Machines for Direct or Al
ternating Current. N
R. H. OWEN, Agent
-.Phone 669 Concord, N. C.
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MllTOrs Are So A Netc \ eneiian
I _ , Cry*tai Minor
They cost , 0 Little |
H. B. WILKINSON
Out of the High Rent District
Concord, Kannapolis Mooresville China Grove
jjj. *** #■* TKrf JBUI I
I liave installed a Bottler Reboring machine so that we can re- ■* '
J .? t lc cylinders of ears and fit new pistons, rings and wrist pins I'
j without removing the mottfr from the frame, thereby saving a largo
labor yiargo. Just give us a trial and convince yourself,
i; We carry a full line of Goodrich Tires, Tubes, Piston Rings and r
I *!??- lAlusc° 1 A lusc ° brake lining, Sparton Horns. Prest-O-Lite Batteries, S '
l t\ uiz Auto Soap and Polish and Genuine Ford Parta j
STITDKBAKGR SALES AND SERVICE .. 1
Auto Supply & Repair Go. K w ;
; PHONE 228 i c.' • A1 V ...