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‘ 3081) —Craven Fox Trot. 271T)—1 Ain’t Got No Body to "
The Flapper Wife, Fox trot Love.
3081)—Yes Sir. That It My Baby. 3210—1 Don’t Want to (let Mar- jj
You Knew Susie. rietl.
3020—Bet Me Linger Longer in 2080 —I Found a Way to Love jj
Your Arms. Y'ou.
Hold Me in Your Arms. . ... I
2740 —I Like You Best of All.
3850—Sleeping Beauty’s Wedding , „ . ~ i
Don’t Bother Me. :«>“!>—lt s Time to Keep Away
3000—Take Me Baek Marguerite. ■ , „ „ , jj
Dreamy Carolina Moon. I’ve hound My Sweetheart
3401)—Just a l.ittle Kiss From
3SBD—AII Aboard For Heaven. ' you.
I’ve Found M.v Sweetheart
Sallie. 314D—Klueker BMlues.
254 D—Blue Ridge Mountain Blues 351 D—Runaway Train.
3831)—Everything is Hatsy Tatsy. 3431)—Second Hand Love.
NEW RECORDS EVERY WEEK
Come in and Hear the Latest
Concord Furniture Co.
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
COAL! COAL! |
Coal prices the coming winter according to present pre- i|i
dictions will be Eigh enough to make the customers hot. ] 1 !
don’t take chances. Get the right kind of heat from A. B. ]l l
POUNDS FAMOUS BRAND OF COAL. X
THE RIGHT COAL FOR THE RIGHT PURPOSE \\<
A. B. POUNDS
PHONE 244 OR 279 j;
THE UNIVERSAL CAR j I
.In the old days horse traders matched their skill in an es- i i
fort to get advantage of the other. Such practices may ! |
still be used by some, but business of today has passed that j !
stage and is done on the basis of revealed value plus a» 1 i
legitimate profit. I |
In the sale of Ford cars, we pledge ourselves unreserved- j [
ly to represent every car, new or used, as it really is. If i i
you have a used car to trade in, we will allow you its real ! I
worth on a new FORD, the car of known value.
REID MOTOR CO j
j CONORD, N. C. ;
[ \ \\
WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS :
, . j
Final Drastic and Last ReductionTn
JalLSummer Goods Prices Smashed
Hie Season’s Successful Dresses 1
Unusually Low Priced
> 95c, $2.95, $3.50, $6.74 and $11.74
Eftik..* i»*; ‘ -t
— xr-.mh.- ■ TtjPjJ.i. -
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
| Concord Daily Tribune
1 TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
fj The time of the closing of mails at
Pj tlie Concord postoffice is as follows:
E 136—11:00 P. M.
E 36—10:00 A. M.
F 34 4 :10 P. M.
E 38— 8:30 P. M.
E 30—11:00 P. M.
t 30— 0:30 A. M.
| 4."—3:30 P.M.
I] 133 8:00 P. M.
| 20—11:00 P. M.
5 Gold Dollars For Fifty Cents. See
ad. of Kwld-Frix. 15-2 t-c.
. Dr. M. L. Troutman, of Kannapolis,
is spending the week in Asheville at
tending the dental elinies and visit
ing his family at Mountain Home.
Regular Saturday night movies will
be held tonight at the Y. M. C. A.,
beginning at 7:45 o’clock. An in
teresting program has been arranged.
Rev. IV. H. Causey, former pastor
of Trinity Reformed Church, will
preach tomorrow to the members of
that church in the absence of the pas
tor. Rev. W. C. Lyerly.
Figures from the county health of
fice show that a total of 3,150 per
sons have received treatment for inoc
ulation against typhoid during this
summer. It is thought likely that
the number this year will lex reed those
taking treatment last year.
Miss Jessie Combs left this after
noon for Greensboro, where she will
spend several days with relatives.
Miss Combs is recovering from an at
tack of appendicitis and she will spend
several days in Greensboro recuperat
ing before going on duty again.
Salisbury Post, 14th: Misses Mir
iam Coltrane and Virginia Reed, of
Concord, and Miss Scottie Johnson,
of Charlotte, spent last night in the
city en route to Camp Keysthne.
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
i F. Hurley on West Bank street.
Everything is in readiness for the
i August term of Cabarrus County Su
t perior Court which will convene here
| Monday with Judge Lane presiding,
i Court will be in session three weeks,
j the first to be devoted to the trial of
] criminal eases and the last two to the
i trial of civil eases.
i R. L. Barrage has sold to C. E.
| Bm-rage for SSOO property on Meadow
i street, according to a deed filed Fri
day. Another fleet! records the sale of
J property in No. 11 township by Ihe
I Hartsell Mills Co., to the Concord
Bonded Warehouse autl Realty Co. lor
$lO and other valuable considerations.
No session of the recorder’s court
1 was held Friday as no eases hail de
| veloped since the session of the court
Monday. Police officers again this
■ morning reported no new eases, the
I lull which started early in the week
| having continued through Friday and
I Friday night.
I Joe C. MeEachern, of No. ll.to.wn
i ship, brought two watermelons to the
' Times-Tribune office Friday which he
I presented to the force. One weighed
1 fifty pounds and one was sligtly
| over ten pounds. Needless to say,
i they were much enjoyed. If any
l one can beat that, trot our their
l Baseball funs of Concord have no
| game here today and a number of
i them went to Kannapolis to see that
i team in action. The grandstand at
j the Gibson Park was demolished by
l the wind Wednesday night and as it
1 lias not been rebuilt the game sched
i uled for today had to be cancelled. It
l is not known now whether the grand
| stand will be rebuilt this year.
| Temperatures here dropped about
i 12 degrees Friday afternoon following
i n rain which fell for a short time. The
| rain was accompanied by a high wind
i which seemed to drive off the humidity
I which had made temperatures this
! week very oppressive. At 2 o’clock
i Friday the mercury was around the
| 94 degree mark but it dropped to
i about 82 by 6 o’clock.
i Quite a large number of tourists
i have passed through Concord during
| the past several days, most of them
i headed toward the mountains. The
j highway through Concord, via Albe
i marie, Wadesboro and other eastern
i North Carolina cities has been used
I by many of the tourists who find this
. route an excellent one. to the moun
Auto drivers are observing traffic
laws at the square in better fashion
now. For a time there was some con
fusion about the new sign, persons
showing a desire to drive across the
square as soon as the trnffic bell start
ed ringing. Police asked that traffic
be halted until the bell stops ringing
and "GO” is flashed and observance
of this rule has eliminated the con
fusion noted when the sign was first
3 LEXINGTON WILL BE
MECCA FOR KLANSMEN
3 Grand Dragon Henry A Grady to
II Make Address Next Wednesday
I Lexington, Aug. 14.—Lexington
i will be the mecca for Klansmen
| from throughout the Central Pied
| morvt territory nert Wednesday
9 night, when Judge Henry A Grady,
H grand dragon of the North Carolina
| department of the Ku Klux,. comes
jj here for an address at the Lexington
Theatre. Klansmen and Klanswomen
from a number of nearby towns and
dti« are expected to be here to
hear Judge Grady.
W. O. White, of the grand dragon's
office, at Raleigh, was here this
morning making arrangements for
,thi» central gathering and arranged
to secure the theatre for the addres.;.
There will be preaching at the Prim
itive Baptist Chnrch Sunday, August
16th. at 11 o’clock and foot washing
at 12:30 o'clock!
rI, M. , ■ .iMiV/'.fs.’.’..
A" serious shortage of people’ witl
nothing to say is r tported.
more autos you .see parked by th<
roadside out of gas. 1
rouble with”* thieT United
States is it has about run out of
something to blame everything on.
the town the more It
needs big men.
There would be more men at the
top of their -profession if people
could find away of sliding up hill.
Scientists are hunting a substitute
i for gasoline. About the only one
’ found so far is shoes. .-*> /*
(Copyright, 1925, h'EA Service, Inc.)
DRAWS ROAD TERM
Earnhardt Sentenced to Six Months
' For Advances *o Young Women.—
' Takes Appeal.
F Chariot rt* Aug. 14.—Charlotte
“smashers” will fare badly * when
brought into city eourt. Judge 'Currie
. intimated Friday morning when he
. sentenced George Earnhardt to six
. months on the county roads for al
t legpfl remarks addressed to Mrs. W.
• H.' Grantham, 20. pretty Charlotte
> young woman.
Mis. Grantham told the court that
ns she was on her way home Wed
nesday evening she was accosted by
Earnhardt, wtio drove up to the
■ curb in an automobile and that when
' she continued on her way he cursed
She reported the incident to her
husband who later had n fight with
. Earnhardt over the incident. Gran
- thani getting the worst of the en
[ Earnhardt appealed the ease and ,
was released under S4OO bond.
In 1577 lawn tennis was adopted
by the All-English Croquet Club.
' with the result, probably quite un
foreseen, that the new gam* ousted
the old one. and the croquet club
became th All-English I>nwn Tennis
The Widenliouse reunion will be
held Thursday. August 20th, at Cen
ter Grove Church. All connections
of the Widenhouse family are cordial
ly invited and expected to be present.
!j! Perfume aijd Powder ’] >
]i| Is Your Daugh- j j
ter Prompt? II
'!' Give her an Elgin !I 1
. !j| watch and give it to her J [ 1
]i] with the explanation that 1 ; |
;!; it is given to help her to 8 |
; !|i learn.the value of time x !
X and of promptness. O
|!| Easy terms if you wish. 8 1
ill S. W. Preslar I!
: !|! JEWELER
!|| We Want Your Account fi j
With each Tube of Palmolive i
■ Shaving Cream at only 35
cents we give one after shav
-1 ing Talc.
Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15. IMS
’ Cotton Seed .48
[ CONCORD PROD!Ice market
i (Corrected Weekly by Cline & Moose)
i Figures named represent prices
I paid for produce on the market:
> Eggs M
i Sweet Potatoes 1.75
1 Turkeys .J* « .25 to .30
r Onions n|j
1 Peas 83.00
, Butter _____
Country Ham j)0
Country Shoulder __ ' ,20
- Country Sides I *2O
t Young Chickens 25
.- Hi . . >ri '(M.
| SANATORIUM PATIENTS
; CROWNING INSTITUTION
(Continued from Page One)
the children* ward added. Had the
first request of something over a mil
lion dollars been granted 1,000 eases
could have been eared for and this
would have only been half of the num
ber of beds Dr. McCain believes the
sanatorium should have in View of the
number of-deaths by tuberculosis each
year in the State.
Just across the road from she main
building of Sanatorium is a ward for
prisoners of the State who have tu
berculosis. The Board of Sanator
ium has been required to set aside 48
beds for the criminal-tuberculosis
cases and also is required to care for
these men out of the regular appro
priation for maintenance of the insti
tution. No extra funds have been al
lowed for this purpose and the fact
that these beds can not he used for
cases coming from the ranks of the
citixenry is partly responsible for the
crowded conditions now existing
which make the new policy necessary.
The plan of the institution, accord
ing to its superintendent, is to care
for the curable cases. Patients who
remain eighteen months or longer
without responding to the cure gener-|
ally are classed as advanced cases not .
always curable. A much shorter time |
is necessary at the institution in or- j
der to establish the progress the dis
ease has made. Iu arrested cases,
patients have left Sanatorium in less
than three months and after that long
a stay are able to care for themselves
and also to protect the public from
any menace which might arise from
their presence had they not been
taught how to care for themselves. ,
That is, they have been taught the
proper precautions to take both to
protect themselves and their fellow
“There should be 2,500 beds in the
State for the treatment of tuberculo- j
sis patients," declared Dr. McCain in ,
citing some facts concerning the di- ,
sease and its presence in North Caro
lina. "There were 2,500 denths from
it last year and there should be one i
bed for every death. The State has
only 848 beds which include a large
number of private sanatoriums treating
cases from out of the State. We have ,
300 beds but not all are available as
48 are reserved for prisoners.
“No appropriation for prisoners
and we have to take care of them i
from our regular appropriation. i
/ Suppose We Offered You
GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY CENTS
We Are Now Offering Beautiful Pot- j
tery at Absolutely
ONE HALF PRICE
See Our Window—and Cash’ In
■ V ■
Music & Stationery Co.
Phone 76 ' Concord, N. C.
I HAVOLINE OIL §
Is More Than Oil. It is
i I We Are Now Ready to Supply You;
Mutual 03 Company
PHONE 476 R.
An. For Light-Footed 1
You’ll find that the pleas
ing little one-strap cut-out
X vamp as pictured here is
Made of soft patent kid, it
fits 60 smoothly, at the
throat, instep and ankle. It
1v “ * ** is a dandy comfortable shoe
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES” for general summer wear. ,
“The plan of the board is for the fl
institution to care for the curable C
cases at State expense and have coun- 1
ties care for the more advanced cases. I
“We are urging those able to pay to 1
go to private institutions and make j
room for those unable to pay. i
. “A cate that stays three years ]
takes the room of 12 eases who could ,
I>e restored to useful capacity and '
who if kept away would become in- j
Mr. McCain stated that the coun
ties pay one dollar a day for those pa
tients sent to Sanatorium who are i
unable to pay for themselves and j
those able to pay have a rate of $1.50 i
a day. Some counties, he added, are !
now building sanatoriums for tubercu- j
lar patients, some already have tlfem I
and some of smaller counties expect 1
to combine and build such institutions; j
In counties where the State Sunator- i
him lias been caring for the consump- 1
five patients and where there are no ]
county Sanatorium will have to be car- i
ed for to the best of the county’s abil- '
ity at the county homes. '
Os the 16 patients who have been '
asked to leave by September first, \
three tire totally dependent on coun
ties and some are being paid for by
relatives or friends in whole or in ]
The patients who will be affected ,
I by the order are reported to have mix- !
led feelings on the subject. Some have
accepted the ruling as inevitable when ]
the situation the Board finds itself in i
is explatined and are preparing to j
leave. Others will leave with great ,
regret because they feel they canndt i
afford the treatment which the State 0
has given at a minimum cost but -
which will cost a great deal more
elsewhere. Others face with dismay C
the prospect of transfer to county S
homes whet;e adequate provision has I
not been made for treatment of the C
disease. A large number are reported 1
indignant that the institution has 3
been required to turn out law abiding 1
citizens who are'paying the $1 or $1.50 J
a day ns the case may be, while tu- i
bercular patients from state prison J
are cared for and free of charge. (
Touching on this last named group, 1
Dr. McCain expressed the opinion that \
at State Prison in Kaleigh there are i
buildings where all criminal cases 1
could be cared for releasing the bods |
at Sanatorium for citizens.
Calgary, a city of 75,000, boasts of i
seven goif clubs within its boundar- 1
ies, all with large memberships. C
| We feel sorry for
I your old Straw Hat B j
j It’s an executive today—but it li
> will be executed tomorrow. Cinv
I It’s holding down a responsible /J
| position at the head of the
5 now—but will he in the bread
! line within a few days when
| you spare time < to see • these
[ new headliners. '
i The new SCHOBLE light weight felt hats are
! The best looking Straw Hats in Concord are doomed,
!'_ You’ve never seen anything like the new arrivals for
i Style—you won’t wait another minute if you don’t wait
i another day!
i . .j $5.00 to SB.OO
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE’’
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jmMMM a s Vadh,”' rt
I nr » S.. pnc6. Let us fill up yot
I ]XI tanks and keep them til
1 WA e(1 from day to day (
Lweek to week. You ca
depend on our service i
all hours. High grade oil
/o]\ greases and other lubr
HOWARD’S FILLING ST.
"Service Witha Smile”
When a thief or fire comes to your home it gives no
warning. It is too late then ty rush your valuables to a
place of safety. You know whether or not you have im
portant papers, jewelry or valuables: We know that we
have the necessary space to store them in our fire and
burglar proof vault. Why not come in and select the box
that suits your needs?
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK 1
Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000.00
Make Your Summer
Free From Ice Worry,
Install Kelvinator electric refrigeration in your
refrigerator and you can forget all about ice deliv
ery this summer. 1 »
Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much rpkVr
and your foods much better and longer. When you
go visiting it will stay cold while you are gone.
Kelvinator requires no rime or attention and is
trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kehrie
nator than to buy ke. Phone or call ior d»taiU
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
Tk« OKhi Doailtic EUctxU Rafvtgaratloa I
'' ' I
Saturday August 15, la