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Buy a COLUMBIA Portable
The utmost in portable value. Splendid tone quality
equal to the average big cabinet phonograph. Lnusually
study, self lubricating motor. Can be wound while playing.
Special drawer for carrying records. Patented tone cham
ber and reproducer.
Other New M t odel Cql.umbia phonographs on sale at'
our store. See the wonderful new console niddels just re
ceived. Equipped with the Non-Set Automatic start and
stop device. Generous terms.
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PHONE 476 R.
When You Start To Build
The right time to take out insurance is when you start
building. Then if through any cause your building should
burn, even before completed, the Insurance will cover your
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Successors tq Southern Loan and Trust Co.
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CHARLES STORES CO.. Inc.
34 South Union St, Concord N. C.
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THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
The Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING OF MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at the
Concord postoffice is as follows:
130—11:00 P. M.
36—10:00 A. M.
34 4 :10 P M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
30—11:00 P. M.
39 0:30 A. M.
45 3 :30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
29—11:00 P. M.
LOCAL MENTION |j
The weekly fneeting of the Concord Ki- ■
wanis flub will be held at the Y. M. (
O. A. tomorrow st 12:30 o’clock. ,
Every child ehould have one of The ■
Tribune’s beautiful infant dolls—it’s easy .
to get one.
Frank Mund. city building inspector. J
reports that he issued fourteen building
permits during June, work to be done
under the permits totalling $14,340.
Mrs. 1,. 1). Coltrmie, .Tr.. has been tak
en to the Charlotte Sanatorium, where (
she wiil remain for treatment for some'
Kev. E. F. K. ltoof. pastor of Center
Grove E 1.. C'hunth. will preach at 8
o’c’oek Friday evening a sermon preiiar-1
atory to the Holy Communion on next |
Sunday. All are cordially invited to
Peaches in the county are in very good
condition, declared R. I). Goodman this ■
morning, especially so where they have
been sprayed. They are remaining on the ]
tries till ripe and are showing very little,(
signs of rotting.
A tent meeting will leg in tonight on']
Fink street, services to bo held daily at ]
7:30 p. m. Preaching will be done by I
Rev. F. M. Wilson and Rev. P. J- |]
Parks, and the general public is invited i
to tlie services.
During last Saturday and the first
days of this week, eighty-five persons paid
their city taxes to 0. N. Fiehl. "There
are about 100 persons who have not yet
paid their taxes*." Mr. Field states, “and
their property will be advertised unless
they pay immediately. ’’
Fnion services for a number of the
"down-town" churches will begin next
Sunday night when Dr. J. C. Rowan, pas
tor of the First Presbyterian Church, will
preach at the Roof Garden at Central
Methodist Church. These services will
continue throughout the month of July.
Two games will' be played in the city
league tins [ afternoon. The l'ythians
take on the A'. M. C. A. at the High
School diamond and the Calvary Luther
ans play the DeMolays. Cp to the pres
ent the Pythians have tsit been beaten in
the city league.
The pavement in front of the new ho
tel is being broken up and removed pre
paratory to lowering the sidewnik near
er the street level. The s'dewatk was
laid before the street was paved at this
point and has always been mucb higher
than the street.
Quite a number of cotton mills in the
county are standing for the remainder of
the week for their annual Fourth of July
holidays. Work in the mills was fin
ished for the week last night and will not
be resumed until Monday morning. The
mills usually observe holidays for sev
eral days for the Fourth.
The Charlotte All-Stars under the di
rection of Joe Westnedge. who had a
tryout with the Chicago White Sox this
year, will play at Kannapolis this af
ternoon. The Charlotte team is claim
ing the championship of North and South
Carolina this year and the game should
be a good one.
New York is leading the National
League again by defeating Philadelphia
twice yesterday while Pittsburgh was
winning from Chicago, and Brooklyn was
winning from Boston. In the Ameri
can League New York defeated Boston,
Cleveland and Detroit divided two games
and St. Louis defeated Chicago.
The aldermen will meet at the city hall
tonight at 8 o’clock for their regular
July meeting. Several street matters,
in addition to another question in regard
to widening East Depot Street, will be
presented to the board members at the
meeting. The meeting is expected to at
tract a large audience.
The square, which was partially cov
ered with dirt while the sewer line for
the new hotel was being laid, was given
a fine bath this morning. Water from
two dyrants near the square was turned
on in great force by the men engaged on
the work and much of the dirt and trash
which had collected was swept into the
A Fourth of July celebration will be
held by colored citizens of the city at
the fair grounds on Monday of next
week. Many features will be offered
during the day and the celebration will
come to a close at night when fire works
will be shown. It is planned to make
the day one of unusual interest for those
Wednesday's Salisbury Post: “Mrs. J.
F. Hurley has as her charming guests
Miss Virginin Reed. Miss Annie Cannon
and Miss Miriam Coltrane, of Concord,
visiting Mrs. Hurle y and Miss Elle
Hardeman, of Charlotte, at a dance
given this evening by Mrs. Hurley and
Mrs. Eagan. They will be in the city for
several days and will be the center of a
number of delightful entertainments.”
Prof. J. B. Robertson went to the
Moose school, in No. 6 township, this
morning to see about a well being dug
for the school. “It is the policy of the
hoard of education to provide wells at
each school where it is possible to do
so,” Prof. Robertson explained, adding
that during the past several yeans a num
ber of wells have been dog at various
schools in the county.
Two of the Statesville.negroes charged
with malicious mischief for breaking
open a gasoline tank at a fillilng station
here were fined sls in police court yes
terday and judgment was suspended
against the other. Another defendant,
charged with having liquor, was sentenced
to serve thirty days in jail, capias not
to issue upoS%.yffient o/coits and good
for one year.
Chicago woman bit a cop. but ours are
not good to ea».
Men are becoming so effeminate One
slapped a St. Louis molonnan.
Violins are dangerous. Dallas. Texas,
man won a wife with one. |
Hhe Dead Sea is 25 per cent salt. So
it will keep a long time.
Vinegar’s wine that become cynical. |
The blooming idiots are seldom wall
| (Copyright, 1925, NEA Service, Inc;) .■
‘ ‘Truth is stranger than fiction”, is a
well-used saylhg, and perhaps it is not
generally known that it wa*
employed by Br.von in his "Don Juan.” |
I 1 JviNGTOVS
K rdRD N. C.
Colonel Patt Cov : ngton spent yestev-'
day forenoon in Charlotte canvassing the 1
business situation over there with an eye,
for h cation. However, that is far in I
the future. In the meantime the original
Come to Covington’s Store is better pre
p nrtdehanselling shrdlu nu nu nunuu
prepared than ever before for show'ng.*
selling or giving goods away. “You Know
Me Al." Come to Covington's.
I COVINGTON S !
I*. S. —I have a lot of private papers of
the late Aaron J. Host. Anyone inter
ested is invited to call and get them. !
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tomatic refrigerating device, it is
possible to hold the temperature
to the zero mark if desired, and
this insures all ice cream and
drinks in the best of condition.
PEARL DRUG CO.
On the Square Phone 22
Starts Saturday the 4th
Everything on Sale
Meets every Thursday evening at eight
Work in third degree.
J. D. WILLIAMS, N. G.
A.L. SHINN, Secretary.
Money beck without question A*'
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Squibbs Service Package free
with every 50 cent purchase of
Squibbs service package contains
a tube of cold cream, tube dental
cream, talcum, analgesic balm, Ep
som salts and sodium bicarbonate.
All of this is in a nice box. The
very thing to carry on your vaca
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| i from the mills for cash. You pay for
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Third. Y'our charge account is good
with us. We accommodate and deliver
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i Straw. t
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Visiting Cards Handsomely Printed, SO
for »1.00 or 100 tot *1.150. Times-
Tribune Office. ts.
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j when you do reach here you }J / v
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[ turning off a long detour onto 1 V
i the concrete. wm^r
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like this with the world’s finest woolens at the city’s fair
i est prices.
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I> Schloss Bros. Clothes Beautiful Cool Suits $25, S3O $35
Lmcn Knickers—Collar Attached Shirts—New Bow Ties
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Besides receiving deposits and lending money, it is a part
of a bank’s duty to assist you in financial and business mat
ters. Their experience and knowledge along this line
should help you.
Our officers are always accessible for this purpose and will
gladly do everything in their power to assist you.
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Capital $400,000.00 Resource* Over $3,000,000.00
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July on Sale . Pattem
_ - „ . _ 45 cents
20c to 43c
Summer Fashion Book
25c s»t Bv Mail 30c
Pictorial Review Monthly
Phone MS Concord. N. C
i nursaay, July z, ivao
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected weekly by Gline A Moose)
Figures named represent prices paid
for produce on the market:
Eggs ;. j»
Sweet potatoes 1.50
Turkeys - .25 to 50
Onions . *1.25
Peae j. 8.00
Batter . 50
Country Ham .30
Country Shoulder . .20
Country Sides .20
Young Chickens ,40 _
Irish Potatoei ; 1,25 r
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
THURSDAY. JULY 2. IMS
Cotton _ .24
Cotton Soed .45
Large 50c Tumbler Monarch
Peanut Butter 40c ,
Two for : 75c
1 Lb. Can Farm House Cocoa
(40c size). Special price 25c
■ Two for 45c
Still selling Picnic Hams at
only, per pound
Cabarrus Cash Grofc
eery Company j
PHONE 571 W