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$l5O Pullman Davenport Suits $75.00
Full size bed when opened. Double Spring Cpnstruc
tion, mahogany finish. Upholstered in good grade tapestry.
Easily operated and guaranteed to give perfect service. A
living room when you want it, and an extra bed-room when
| you need it, at a small cost.
* _ . ; ... • A
JULY CLEARING SALE
Entire stock going at 1-4 to 1-2 off. Everything re
duced, nothing reserved. Now is the time to buy what you
| need, and save one-fourth to one-half. Goods bought dur
ing this sale can be left in our store for future delivery.
Sale closes Saturday night.
Concord Furniture Co.
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
Is More Than Oil. It is
We Are Now Ready to Supply You
Mutual 03 Company
PHONE 476 R.
Hll rk i:V- I '.lit 'kri* UU I^l
When You Start To Build
3 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
* etzer & Yorke Insurance Agency
Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co.
P. B. FETZER A. JONES YORKE
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I PHONE 74 CRAVEN’S KERR STREET
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CHARLES STORES CO., Inc.
84 South Union St., Concord N. C.
F CITIZENS BANK AND
Concord. N. C.
The Home_ of Qood
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
The Concord Daily Tribane
TIME OF CLOSING OP MAILS
■ The time of the closing of mails at the
Concord postoffice is as follows:
136—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 9 :30 A. M.
45 3:30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
29—11:00 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Oulcleasure, of.
Chester. S. 0.. are visiting friends in
Concord. [ j
Every child should nave one of The
Tribune’s beautiful infant dolls—it’s easy
to get one.
The Trimes-Tribune foree enjoyed some
fine peaches which were brought to the
office last Saturday by Frank Walker.'
of No. 9 township.
i Sevep defendants nre to be tried in po
lice court this afternoon, police officers
stated this morning. Ope is charged
with larceny, one with speeding and the
other five, all negroes, with gambling.
A Tribune collecting book with Lloyd
McKay's name in it has been lost on
either South Cnion. East Depot or North
Church street. The finder is asked to re
turn the book to The Tribune office.
Everett Rimer and A. C. Cline, of the
Tluies-Tribune foree, are taking their i
vacations this week. Mr. Rimer and I
family are visiting relatives in Atlanta
for several days.
Judge John M. Oglesby left Snndny
for Troy, where he will preside at a
term of Montgomery county court this
week. He stopped at the home of Rich
ard Eames. where he spent the day. going
on to Troy last night.
According to a deed filed Saturday E.
F. White has sold an undivided half in
terest in property in Ward 3 to L. H.
Sides for $3,025. Another deed records
the sale of lots in the "Sherrill-Dayvaulf"
lands by J. A. Hawkins to A. G. Clayton
J. H. Brown, county welfare officer. I
will go to Oxford tomorrow to p'ace four
children in orphanages. Three of the
children are white and will be placed in
the Masonic orphanage and the other, a
colored child, will be placed in the State
Moving pictures were shown at the Y.
M. C. A. Saturday night to an unusual
ly lnrge number of persons. Y employees
were able to give this entertainment
through the courtesy of the Stag Theatre
and the Kann«pol : s Y, both of whom
The general public is urged to hear
former Governor Morrison at the court
house tonight at 8 :30 o'cloek. He will
discuss the matter of an interurbnn rail
way for Concord and is anxious to get
tlie sentiment of Concord and Cabarrus
Chicago defeated New York in the
National League Sunday and Brooklyn
defeated Pittsburgh. In the American
League Philadelphia defeated Detroit.
Washington defeated St. Louis. Cleve
land won froia Boston and Chicago de
feated New York.
The revival meeting which has been in
progress at Bayless Memorial Presbyte
rian Church for the past week, will con
tinue for several more days this week. It
is said that the singing and the sermons
are both being enjoyed fully. Everybody
is invited to attend. ,
Calvin Green died yesterday morning
at his home in No. 11 township, death
coming suddenly. Funeral services were
held tliis morning at II o’clock at Mill
Grove Methodist Church in Midland.
The deceased was we'.l known throughout
the county, having farmed in the county
for many years.
The baseball team of Company E has
been very successful at Camp Glenn, and
ai-cording to reports received here the
leam will play the Winston-Salem team
for the camp championship. Several
games were played last week, the local,
team being victorious. The champion
ship game will be played this week.
Marriage licenses have been issued to
the following couples: Cevil Gabriel and
Miss Maudie Josey, of Kannapolis; Wil
liam P. Goodman and Miss Annie Mae
McCorn, of Kannapolis; A. T. Helms, of
■ ikbaro, and Miss Mary Hortsell, of
Concord: Harry H. Ridenhour and Miss
Gladvs Blackwelder, of Concord Route
| ( A general rain well in the county Sat
urday. following one of the ugliest clouds
seen here in many months. Rain fell in
Concord again yesterday but it was not
general over the county, according to
reports reaching Concord today. The
rain Saturday was one of the heaviest in
recent months in some parts of the coun-
IJppnrd Family Reunion to Be HeUt on
The annual reunion of the Lippard
family in its various connections will be
1 held at Old St. Martin’s Lutheran church
1 near Statesville, on Thursday, July 16.
\ AH persons bearing that name or related
i to the family, together with their friends,
1 are invited to attend with well-filled
The principal speakers on this occas
ion are Hev. John L. Morgan, of Trout
man, R. R. Clark, former editor of the
Statesville landmark, 1 and Prof. L. B.
■ Beam. County Superintendent of the
Lincoln County Schools.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to all relatives, neighbors and
friends who were so kind and thoughtful
during the sickness and death of our lit
tle son. We are also thankful for the
many flowers and the ns# of cars.
MR. and MRS. R. O. BTONE.
■ 1 t
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE.
Most of these clinging vine women nre
You would think an auto speeder
would run instead of walking when afoot,
but he doexn%.
Don’t hesitate about telling a man you
wish to marry his daughter. The chances
are he wishes you would too.
Babies have advantages. When one
wants to leave a party all it has to do
is -cry a while.
Remember, the old fashioned girl who
screamed when you saw her picture in
a bathing suit? |
No matter how hot it becomes you
can't make friends by giving them the
cold shoulder. f I
(Copyright, 1025. NEA Service, Inc.) j
All-steel tennis racquets are said to >
be gaining in popularity. The steel rnc-j
quet is the 'invention of William A.
I.arud, one of the best Known figures ! n
the tennis world.
Run Down Men
You probably know that Cod Liver i
Oil is the greatest tlesli producer in the!
Because ft contains more Vitamines
than any fobd you can get.
You’ll be glad to know that Cod i
Liver Oil conics in sugar coated tablets |
now. so if you really want to put 10 or
20 pounds of solid healthy flesh on your ,
[bones and feel well and strong ,ask the
Pearl Drug Company or any druggists
for a box of McCoy’s Cod Liver Oil
Only 60 cents for 60 tablets and if j
you don’t gain five pounds in 30 days
your druggist will ligiid you back the
njoney you paid for them.
' It isn’t anything unusual for a per
son to gaiiffO'l'ounds in 30 days.
"Get McCoy's, the original and genu
ine Cod Liver Oil Tablet.”
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if HUNTS GUARANTEED
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I Use Only the ij;
Our New Mechanically Refriger
keep* ice cream in the most per
fect condition. With this new au
tomatic refrigerating device, it is
possible to hold the temperature
to the zero-mark if desired, and
this insures all ice cream and
Sooth Atlantic t a&gue.
Won Lout PC.
Clwriotte .47 26 .644 j
Spartanburg 4:5 28 .616
Macon „ 41 32 .562
Asheville 36 37 .403
Augusta 38 88 .486
tireenville r 34 SO .466
Knoxville .. 22 ~52 597
Won Loat PC.
Washington 53 27 .663
Philadelphia 48 20 .623
Chicago __ 43 3* .531
Detroit 42 40 .612
St. Lou : k 41 42 .48*
Cleveland 34 *6 .446
New York ——34 46 .425
Boston 25 55 .313
Philadelphia 8; Detroit 1.
New York 0; Chicago 3.
Boston 2: Cleveland 13.
Washington 5; Bt. Louis 3.
Won Lost PC.
New York 47 32 .505
Brooklyn 40 38 .513
St. Louis 3O 40 .404
Cincinnati 37 40 .481
Philadelphia 37 42 .468
Chicago 35 44 .443
Boston 32 48 .400
Pittsburgh 3: Brooklyn 4.
Chicago 0; New York 8.
Boy Murderer Escape* Capita] Punish
A negro boy of nbout 14 years of age
was convicted and sentenced to death
for a most atrocious murder, which was
deliberately planned and cunningly and
An appeal was taken for the purpose
of indexing the Criminal Court of Ap
peals of Oklahoma to modify the death
penalty because of the age of the per
petrator. and in Ridge v. State. 229
Pacific Reporter. 649. that court re
duced the punishment to imprisonment
1 for life in the penitentiary.
I In discussing the case, Mr. Justice
Ressey, who wrote the opinion of the
court, said in part
“If this, offender had been a person
of mature years and understanding,
under circumstances like , these, this
court would not hesitate for a moment !
in affirming a death penalty. But here (
our juvenile statutes and the policy of i
the law towards juvenile offenders are
involved. The state has always refused
to hold children responsible for their
civil contracts, and since the enactment
of our juvenile statutes their criminal i
responsibility has been modified.
“It is fair to assume that’ since 1 the
Lcgis’nture has given to courts. and
juries a wide discretion between the
maximum and the minimum punish
ment, and in addition to that has given
to this cotyft the power and duty of
modifying punishments, it was the In
tention of -the Legislature! that the
death penalty should be inflicted only
where the offender was both culpable
I and responsible in the superlative de
I “This erime was reprehensible in the ■
highest degree, but the record shows that
I the perpetrator, by reason of his youth,
his lack of home training, and unfavor
able environment, probably had no ade
quate comprehension of the enormitj
of the defense or of his criminal re
“It is a hard problem to solve; but,
after a most careful consideration in all
of its aspects, we think that, as a mat
ter of law, stripped of all sentimental
considerations. the jury abused its
discretion in assessing the death penal
ty, that the sentence and judgment
should be modified to life imprison
ment. and that the (penalty ns so
modified should be exacted to the limit,
i “The record shows that this boy is
possessed of only ordinary intelligence,
coupled with degenerate criminal
tendencies, making it unsafe to ever
again give him his liberty. For the safe
ty of society he should be kept in the
|" penitentiary at hard labor.”
| “Ah wins.”
I “What ynh got?”
) “Three aces.”
! “No yuh don’t- Ah wins.”
i “What yuh got?”
> “Two nines and a ruxer.”
| “Yuh sboh do. How come yuh so
I I lucky?”
|' Fonxl Sentenced to Seven to Nta* Year*,
i) Boston. July 11.—Charles Ponai, who
'( on February 26th was found guilty rtn
|! four indictments charging larceny from
i investors in his international postal re
! I ply coupon enterprlsein 1920. today was
i adjudged by Superior Court Judge Sisk
• to be “a common and notorious thief’
[ and sentenced to state's prison for a
i term of. seven to nine years.
! REMEMBER PENNY ADS ARB CASH
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f V ,y ■ ■i . : i
Modern plumbing will do as
- much or more than any other one
thing toward making your home
a comfortable and convenient
place in which to live. It costs
. you nothing to get our cost m>
\ Concord Plumbing
Here’s the stop v s
Signal for that hot rasd
temper of yours— rsLfij/7)
Dogs bite on days like this— A /
and we’ve heard some wives ’/ 7 yj J- J 1
say that husbands snap too— ./ fy / /
If you are cranky and can’t W] / j\ wl
help it—please allow ns to. / V«|
A suit of cool Hoover’s Un- • *
derwear will take care of the V il
sulk, put on a smile and change •
a cross-word fan into an advertisement for a popular denti
SI.OO a Suit and up
Bathing Suits —Golf Hose—Linen Knickers—Flannel
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
i\L That’s our business—to see
t^iat y° ur car i s °^ e( l and
\ and free from dust, dirt, grime
and foreign particles. Let us
or two and see the difference.
\ * HOWARD’S FILLING STATION
Eg&y “Service With a Mile”
Be Sure You Are Right and Then Go
You will make no mistake by placing your order for
your winter’s coal with
A. B. POUNDS
Threatened strike may cause coal to advance SI.OO per
PHONE 244 OR 279
Condensed Statement of
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
Concord, Albemarle, Kannapolis, Mt. Pleasant, North
At Close of Business Tune .38, 1925
Loans and Discounts $2,482,100.14
U. S. Government and other listed Bonds 29,568.79
Banking House and Real Estate — i 197,874.73
Other Real Estate owned 2,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures _v. 47,751.90
Cash in Vault and Due from Banks 616,476.12
Capital: Paid in $175,000.00; earned $225,000.00 *5400,000.00
Surplus - - - 50,000.00
Undivided Profits 27,482.44
Reserved for Interest, Taxes and Depreciation 27,884.36
Dividends Unpaid 12,168.00
DEPOSITS - - 2,858,736.88
♦Opened for business 1897 with Capital of $50,000.00
50 Per Cent. Stock Dividend Declared 1907
200 Per Cent. Stock Dividend Declared 1920
Calls For Talcum Powder
WE HAVE ALL KINDS
Liberty Self Rising
Melrose Floor we need only announce
arrival of a big ahipment which we baVe
every four to six weeks. Get yonra now.
Liberty Self Rising Flour la the very
highest grade of Flonr with phosphates
and aalt added in the exact proportion,
so you take no chance in your mixture
to have' very beat results. It's a suc
Rnv all nun Sonv at
***** *** c UU * UUU * "*
Monday, July 13, 1925 i
CONCORD PRODU CIS MARKET I
(Corrected weekly by QMng A Moose)
Figures named represent prices paid
tor produce on the market:
Sweet potatoes 1.50 t
Turkeys .25 to .30 V
I Onions fUA' 41
I Peas 8.00
Country Ham 50
| Country Shoulder .20
Country Sides 50
Young Chickens 50
Irish Pots toe i 1.25
1 r 1 t
CONCORD COTTtON MARKET
MONDAY, JULY 18, IMS
Cotton 53 1-2
Cotton Seed , .45
Friday and Saturday
Direct from Morehead City
Gray Trout, Speckled Trout and
We also have a small lot of
nice country side meat. > ,