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® Quaker Heat is Quicker Heat
—and Cleaner too
The Quaker Pipeless Furnace is built of heavy
riveted boiler plate steel—and steel radiates heat three
times as fast as cast iron. That is why Quaker heated
homes are always so comfortable on cold mornings.
Just open the draft and up through the Quaker Register
pours an enormous volume of warm, pure, clean air.
Before you buy a furnace, find out about the
“The Pipeless Furnace f “Pj
that is built of Steel”
It not only gives you quicker heat but more
of it from the same fuel. Every corner of every K-'
room is warmed thoroughly. It’s cleaner too be- J-'.i 1 I 88-. w
cause every Joint is riveted tight like a steam 5- ylBMi I M'j
boiler. Can't leak gas. soot or ashes like the cement I|BVJf
joints of cast iron furnaces do. Fire pot is linedwith ml|B| j 1
high temperature fire bricks. Hold heat extra long. Won’t k'.wMltfljl H j r’B k
crack nor burn out. Handy water filler outside cf furnace k~ IfIMF.-- ■
keeps air mo:3t and pure. The Quaker is the ideal heating L |i[ IJH 7«
plant for homes, schools, churches and stores. Easily and v | || *'■
quickly installed in any old or new building.
Concord Furniture Co.
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
ICO AL! COAL! |
Coal prices the coming winter according to present pre- ij
dictions will be high enough to make the customers hot. |jj
don’t take chances. Get the right kind of heat from A. B. J<
POUNDS FAMOUS BRAND OF COAL. (j
THE RIGHT COAL FOR THE RIGHT PURPOSE
A. B. POUNDS
PHONE 244 OR 279
THE UNIVERSAL CAR |
i i An automobile dealer may be correctly judged by what j 1
! [ has been the experiences of his owner with him. Noth- ji
] | ing else will tell the story more truly. ' |
| Ford owners who have bought cars from us must be sat- ' j
* i r isfied, for we do and are glad to go far beyond the tisual \
\ [ practices to satisfy our owners. If you would investigate ]!;
I us, we refer you to our owners for evidence of our state- iji
“OUR INTEREST GOES FAR BEYOND THE |!
REID MOTOR CO.
CONORD, N. C. |||
WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS
1 Final DrasHc and Last Reduction Tb
#ilLSummer Goods Prices Smashed
, . for Quick Action
The Season’s Successful Dresses
Unusually Low Priced
95c, $2.95, $3.50, $6.74 and $11.74
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
;' The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord postoffiee is as follows:
130—11:00 P. M.
30—10:00 A. M.
34 4:10 P. M.
f Sit— 8:30 P. M.
30—11:00 P. M.
30— 0:30 A. M.
45 3:30 P. M.
133 — 8:00 P. M.
:m—11:00 p. m.
L. T. Hnrtsell, .Tr.. Is confined to
his home on Spring street on account
The weekly meeting of the
Rotary Club will be held at the Y.
M. C. A. tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock.
Mrs. M. O.' White and daughters.
Misses Rachel and Ruth, and Sarah
Frances Creech have gone to Richfield
to spend several days.
The condition of little Miss Annie
Elizabeth Brown, who has been con
fined to tile home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I.ayton Brown, on North
Church street, is greatly improved.
Marriage licenses were issued to
the following couples Monday by Reg
ister of Deeds Elliott: I). B. Talbirt
and Miss Grace Hodson, both of Con
cord : and Ernest Query and Miss
Bessie Caldwell, both of Concord.
Friends of Allic Wineeoff were glad
to sec him on the streets again after
an absence of several months, during
which time ’he was confined to his
home on Douglas Avenue on account
Miss Ruth Moore was injured Mon
day afternoon while driving on the
Mt. Pleasant road. She fell from the
automobile when the door opened. She
was badly bruised but no bones were
A swimming circus will be held at
the Y. M. C. A. Friday night at which
time all the best swimmers and div
evs will be seen in action. It is prob
able that several champions from
Charlotte will be here for the per
Franklin Avenue has been widened
between the property of Mrs. B. F.
Rogers and G. S. Klnttz. Two trees
which formerly stood on tile street
have been removed and the cement
waits which surrounded them have
been removed, thus widening the street
several feet at that point.
“Abandonment cases are increasing
here rapidly." a police officer said this
morning. "Last week four abandon
ment cases were reported to locai of
ficers and another was reported this
morning." The other added that
he had never before known so many
cases of this kind in this city.
In the first game wit'll Fayetteville
the Kannapolis team was defeated
Monday ti to 2. Ferguson pitched
fine ball for Kannapolis untitl the
seventh inning when he allowed sev
eral hits. Kannapolis could not hit
in the pinches, say reports of the
The Giants climbed nearer the lead
in the National League Monday by de
feating Philadelphia while Pittsburgh
was idle. In the American League
only one game was played. Detroit los
i ing to Chicago. In the Southern
League Atlanta took the lead by win
-1 ing from New Orleans. In the South
i Atlantic Spartanburg won from Char
J. A. Cline. Robert E. Lee, Mrs.
! .1. YV. Lee and H. It. Troutman have
i sold to the City of Concord property
| extending from East Corbin street to
i a point on the old It. A. Brown prop
i erty. The land will be used by the
| city as a street, connecting East Cor-
I bin street with South Union street.
1 Tiie new street will be known as Hahn
Fifteen eases were tried in police
i court Monday. One was for operat
-1 ing a car without license, one for se
\ duction. two for speeding, five for
i gambling, four for intoxication, one
1 for operating a ear while intoxicated
i and one for reckless driving. Fines
i and costs amounted to $207, of which
1 $lO5 was paid. The other must be
\ paid by Wednesday or new sentences
i will be given.
A. T. Allen, state superintendent
I of public instruction, is a visitor in
Concord today, having come to the
1 city to confer with the county board
of education and committeemen of
high schools in the county. He at
tended a conference of the board and
committeemen at the high school build
ing. adding suggestions as to how a
new system of high schools can be
organized in the county.
It is desired and expected that ev
ery township in the county be repre
sented at the County Sunday School
Convention at St. Stephens Church
Thursday. The county has had the
distinction of being one of the few
in the state who have made the honor
roll for the past several years, and
this record must be kept for this year.
All officers, teachers, superintendents
are delegates by virtue of their of-
I A Londoner with a reputation as
ij a pugilist had gone from London to
I fight a Scot farmer whose great
| strength had been praised in the
| press. He entered the yard of the
| Scot, tied his horse to a tree and ap
ij preached the farmer who was work
| ing nearby. “Friend,” he said. “I
have heard a great deal about you
and I came a long way to see which
of us is the better wrestler.”
The Scotchman, without answering
seised the young man by the mid
dle of the body, pitched him over
the fence and returned to his work.
When his lordship recovered his
breath he stood silent.
“Well.” said the farmer, "have
you anything more to say to me?”
“No,” was the reply, “but perhaps
you'll be good enough to throw me
Nothing seems to spoil a mo*
The honeymoon Is over when he
forgets hotv to drive with one hand.
A real dog likes to eat steak, but
he had fattier have a good bite out
of a pedigreed pup.
Even If a new era were to dawn
there wouldn't be enough of ua up.
Window pane 3 last longer U kept
away from baseball grounds, and
light bulbs If kept in th« dark.
Cheap matches are a lot of trou
ble. You seldom strike a good one
In e whole box.
(Copyright. 1025. NEA Service. Inc.)
Consider These Things.
A Toronto, Canada, doctor asks us
Consider the robust health enjoyed
by the cow on a strictly vegetarian
Consider the splendid physical con
dition of any number of animals that
Consider the teeth of the tiger,
never subjected to brushing or den
Consider the vigor attained by so
many denizens of the forest precise
ly through refraining from man’s
The elephant does not cook his
The ibex does not wear clothes or
The giraffe does not undermine its
eyesight by poring over fine print.
Occasionally, to be sure, bewilder
ment arises between rival schools of
health drawing their lessons from
The elephant is mighty because he
is a vegetarian.
The lion is king of the forest be
cause he lives on raw meat.
\V. O. \V. NOTICE.
Regular meeting of Elm Camp No.
16 W. O. W. Tuesday evening at 8:00
I o'clock in the Moose Lodge Room. Ev
ery member is urged to be present.
S. A. WELLINGTON, C. C.
It. C. LITAKER, Clerk.
The Widenhouse reunion will be
held Thursday, August 20th, at Cen
ter Grove Church. All connections
of the Widenhouse family are cordial
-1 ly invited and expected to be present.
!|! RUN RIGHT TO 8
X We have it. can get it,~
X or it isn't made. \
X Quality, Accuracy and ]
Ij! Service Our Hobby '
ij; Friends off to
1 ; 1 1 Os course you want to make 1
X so™® suitable gift. What |
■ 1 ! 1 about something practical, such i
. |i| as a K°ld or silver mounted 1
• iji pencil or pen? We have them, j
Ij| S. W. Preslar f
1 J x
. jj JEWELER
With each Tube of Palmolive
Shaving Cream at only 35
cents we give one after shav
Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18. 193&.
Cotton Seed .48
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected Weekly by Cline & Mooee)
Figures named represent pricei
paid for produce on the market:
Sweet Potatoes 1,71
Turkey# .25 to 31
Country Ham .a 31
Country Shoulder ___* JB
Country Side# JI
Young Chickens JI
Hens , ±
Irish Potatoes L_ Jjjj
Jit-. .... U
I* U Pays Thme to AJvnthf, It Will
Newspaper advertising has all the
other forms backed off the boards, in
cluding the billboards.
The largest firms in the conntry
are spending their mitlioins in \he
newspapers because they have dis
covered that these are the most ef
fectual agencies for reaching the
people with their stores.
Here is the way some of the great
est concerns spread their money for
advertising in the papers and'mag
Victor Talking Machine Compatay
.$1,000,000 in newspapers, $1,124,310
in 31 leading magazines.
Ford Motor Comitany, $2,000,000
in newspapers, $ ISO, 000 in maga
Postum Cereal Company, $275,000
in newspa |>ers, $1274,830 in maga
Chevrolet Motor Car Company.
$1,650,000 in newspapers, $552,005
Dodge Brothers, $1,200,000 in
newspapers, $041,000 in magazines.
Colgate and Clo., $1,50(1,000 in
newspapers, $186,000 in magazines.
Calumet Baking Powder company
$1,400,000 in newspapers.
Standard Oil Company of Cali
fornia. $500,000 in newspapers.
William Wriggley, Jr., and Co.,
$1.250.000 in newspapers.
Literary Digest. $500,000 in news
Union Pacific Kailway Company
I GOING OFF TO SCHOOL —
Your Fall Coats, Dresses, sweaters, and Wraps will 1 j
need a thorough cleaning to put them in condition for
the winter’s wear. Why not let us call, today for any- ] j
apparel- you may have to be Cleaned as our service will jij
be of great help to you, as well as a saving. 1
Telephone 420 |j|
M. R. POUNDS f
Dry Cleaning Department
Suppose We Offered You
GOLD DOLLARS FOR FIFTY CENTS
We Are Now Offering Beautiful Pot
tery at Absolutely
ONE HALF PRICE
See Our Window —and Cash In
> Music & Stationery Co.
Phone 76 Concord, N. C.
Is More Than Oil. It is
! iWe Are Now Ready to Supply You
1 Mutual Oil Company
PHONG 476 R.
| For Light-Footed j
„ \ You’ll find that the pleas- fj
' ing little one-strap cut-out |
yT vamp as pictured here is
Made of soft patent kid, it
- H fits so smoothly, at the
IVF Y’S throat, instep and ankle. It
*’■"•* is a dandy comfortable shoe
>4 jl "THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES" f° r 6 enera l summer wear.
J ss.oo'° $7.00 j
iS ' L
L * WOMBtre WEAR
$570,000 la newspapers. C
The July fcaue of Advertising and '
Selling contained the above -figure* ;
and lint, of concerns, together with i
a catalogue of 00 of the largest '
firms in the United State* which
spent in 1924 in newspapers. $32,- i
834.949 and in magazines $29,434,- j
If it pays the greatest business in
the country to advertise in the news- \
papers it will pay the smaller pro- i
Oh. George! George! Come!
Startled out. of his nightie George i
sprang from his bed at the sound of '
hi-i wife's voice.
George ! Oh, George!
Hi* wife was in peril. She whom j
he loved better than life itself —his ,
young wife, his first and only love! i
He scrambled into his clothes. Not !
a moment was to be lost. He must 1
George ! George! George!
At last he was on his way down,
three stirs at. a time, to arrive -
breathless in the dinning-room. 1
Ah! George, you are too late! Too
Too late? 1
Yes, baby had his toes in his ]
mouth and he looked too ente for l
words! Why didn't you come when ]
1 called? !
USE PENNY COLUMN— -IT PAYS !
IWe feel sorry for Pf)
your old Straw Hat fl
It’s an executive today—but it jX" Uy J
will be executed tomorrow. W
It's holding down a responsible J |
position at the head of the firm
now—but he the bread
line within a few days when
you spare time to see these
The new SCHOBL.E light weight felt hats are
The best looking Straw Hats in Concord are doomed
You’ve never seen anything like the new arrivals foi
Style—you won’t wait another minute if you don’t wail
$5.00 to SB.OO
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
I WM\!llaH\ 'mJlp \ Y GP f l
l HOWARD’S FILLING sJ
-mirr'rTTTesgiw; i-j'’iTr-r-nn i a ,,m l;,.i „„
When a thief or fire comes to your home it gives n<
warning. It is too late then to rush your valuables to s
place of safety. You know whether or not you have im
portant papers, jewelry or valuables: We know that wi
have the necessary space to store them in our fire an<
burglar proof vault. Why not come in and select the bo:
that suits your needs?
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK.
Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000.0
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.
Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator mud} colder
and your foods much better and longer. When you
go visiting it will stay cold while you are gone.
Kelvinator requires no time or attention and It
trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Keivi
= nitor than to buy ice. Phone or call for details.
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
Tk* OU#m Dom.itl. El.ctri. R.frlg.r.tloa j
Tuesday, August 18,192