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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 "bpen the draft and up through the Quaker Register
pours an; enormous volume of warm, pure, clean air.
Before ydu buy a furnace, find out about the
"The Pipeless Furnace
that is built of Steel”
It not or-ly gives you quicker heat hut more
of it from the same fuel. Every corner of every
room is warmed thoroughly. It’s cleaner too be- . j; 1 '
cause every joint is riveted tight like a steam m*
boiler. Can't leak gas. soot or ashes like the cement 'Viffiffiß[i| l | ilWjffijj
joints of ca3t iron furnaces do. Fire pot is lined w.th i
high temperature lire bricks. Hold heat extra lon£. Won’t t ,giii2ikjß i: > i. 'm
crack nor burn out. Handy water filler outside cf furnace figCfißgi:
keeps air moist and pure. The Quaker is the ideal heating ; I /7b
plant for homes, schools, churches and stores. Easily and - | [■• *W
quickly installed in any old or new building. 'J
Concord Furniture Co.
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
Coal prices the coming winter according to present pre- ijj
I dictions <vill be high enough to make the customers hot. !jj
| don’t take chances. Get the right kind of heat from A. B. ]!
POUNDS FAMOUS BRAND OF COAL. 8
1 THE RIGHT COAL FOR THE RIGHT PURPOSE 8
A. B. POUNDS
: ; PHONE 244 OR 279 jl
J ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR jj
| An automobile dealer may be correctly judged by what i i
j i -has been the experiences of his owner with him. Noth- | j
i ! ing else will tell the story more truly.
; Ford, owners who have bought cars from us must be sat- 1
ji isfied, for we do and are glad to go far beyond the usual I !
j[ practices to satisfy our owners. If you would investigate | j
if us, we refer you to our owners for evidence of our state- 1 j
ji ment. ! I
j|. “OUR INTEREST GOES FAR BEYOND THE j i
SALE” ; •
REID MOTOR CO.
CONORD, N. C. £ ! |
WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS
Final DrasHc and Last Reduction Trj
all. Summer Goods Prices Smashed
for Quick Action i
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
i the Concord postoffice is as follows:
136—11:00 P. M.
f 30—10:00 A. M.
; 34 4 :10 P. M.
38— 8 :30 P. M.
30—11:00 P. M.
30— 0 :30 A. M.
45 3 :30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
:>0—11:00 P. M.
Services will be conducted at St.
Johns Lutheran Church next Sunday
at 11 o'clock by Rev. H. S. Petrea,
who will preach the sermon.
According to a deed filed Tuesday
C. K. Whitley has sold to R. E. Link- j
er for $250. property in No. 0 town
Marriage license was issued by Reg
ister of Deeds Elliott Tuesday to
(leorge Anthony and Miss Kathleen
Rutledge, both of Concord.
Prof. W. H. Mitchell, of Spartan
burg. new principal of the Winecoff
high school, arrived today to make
preliminary plans for the opening of
:ho school on September 7th.
The condition of I.uther T. Hart
sell. Jr., who was ill at his home on
Spring street yesterday, is much im
proved today. He is still unable to he
Miss Frances Hill, assistant to
Prof. J. H. Robertson, county super
intendent of schools, is enjoying a
vacation at present. During her ab
sence Prof. Robertson is being aided
by Miss I.etha Snyder.
A regular meeting of the Fred Y.
McConnell Post of the American Le
gion will be held in the organization’s
club rooms Friday night at 7 :30. All
members are urged to attend the meet
ing as several important matters will
be presented for consideration.
No session of the police court was
, scheduled to be held this afternoon.
No cases had been set for trial to
day it was reported at police head
; quarters this morning and no cases
! had developed since Monday. Sev-
I oral eases are set for trial Friday,
Police officers were searching for
| several dogs which were bitten Tues
| day night by a mad dog. Owners of
dogs known to have been bitten by
| the mad dog should report the mat
| ter to them, police officers state, so
these bitten (logs can be killed and
l not endanger the lives of any one.
I Miss Elle Hardeman, who has been
[ spending several days in Concord as
1 the guest of Miss Jenny Brown at
j her home on South Union street,
will return to her home in Charlotte
. Thursday. Miss Hardeman is a pop
l ular member of the younger set of
t that city.
i Most of the Concord persons who
■ have been in Europe with H. AV.
i Blanks and party are expected to re
> turn to Concord the latter part of
! the week. The party sailed last Sat
i urday and should arrive in New York
1 Friday or Saturday. Relatives of
| some members of the party plan to
i meet in New York.
i Mrs. J. E. Hamilton* and children
1 have returned to their home in Louis
i ville. Ky., after spending several
i months here at the home of Air. and
| Mrs. Henry Utley on North Church
i street. A message received the day
1 they left stated that Mr. Hamilton
| was sick, and their visit was sliort
i ened a week or ten days'.
The court room was packed again
1 Tuesday for sessions of Cabarrus
j County Superior Court. Criminal
i cases always attract hundreds of spec
j tators here although the cases tried
i so far have not been of an aggravated
i mature. Plenty of people here have
| time to loaf, judging by the crowds
i in the court room.
i L. V. Elliott, county register of
1 deeds, expects to have county tax re
| ceipts ready for Sreriff Caldwell in
i the near future. Mr. Elliott and his
i assistant have made fine progress on
j the receipts and while, according to
i reports, other registers of deeds in
the state have only started the work.
[ he has about completed his.
j In the fonr-mile bicycle race held
i this morning by Y. M. C. A. officials,
3 ! Mark Fuller was victorious over the
other boys contending. Despite the
x fact that he lost 100 yards on the
trip out, he not only made this up
but gained another 100 yards and won
easily. The race was to a point past
the cemetery and back.
Committees appointed to represent
Concord at all conferences for the ex
tension of the Piedmont and North
ern Railway will meet at the Y. M.
C. A. Friday morning at 11 o'clock.
This meeting promises to be a very
important one and all committeemen
are urged to be present. Former
Governor Morrison will attend the
I Both the Pirates and the Giants
it won in the National League Tues
|| day, thus keeping their standing of
|| the day before. In the American
|| League Washington climbed nearer the
i| top by winning while Philadelphia
H was losing. Only one game now
U separates the teams. In the South
N Atlantic Spartanburg won again from
i Warmer weather was Concord’s por
r tion Tuesday, although temperatures
■ did not reach heights attained lasi
P week. The mercury climbed abovi
I the 90-degree mark here in the middli
of the afternoon Tuesday, but thej
fell more than 15 degrees during tin
night, only to rise again today \rfiei
the sun came ont in full. A shown
fell late Tuesday afternoon bat i
barely sprinkled the ground.
Engraved Wedding Invitations MM
announcements on short notice a
Times-Tribune office. We repre
sent one of the best engravers ii
the United States. U.
Marry n blond and you won't no
tice hUr In the soup, a: br ""* and
you won't notice it on the atea*.
After washing a piece of Ice never
hang it out to dry-: Place it in a hot
A few hatpins left in a new hat
will keep It from being sat upon
more than a second or so.
You may eat your cake and bavo
It, too, by making two cakes.
Peach preserves will
better if placed In’a closet where the
children can't find them.
The'first thing to do with a new
car is wonder why the county doesni
fix the roads.
(Copyright, 19*5. NEA Service. In*.l
A Roman chariot rnce will feature
the annual police games in Chicago
To make every
—and win the screen new
The AA’itlenhouse reunion will be
held Thursday, August 20th, at Cen
ter Grove Church. All connections
of the AVidenhouse family are cordial
ly invited and expected to be present.
jjl RUN RIGHT TO ,|
t] 1 , j ]
jij We have it. can get it, i
V or it isn't made. j j
iji Quality, Accuracy and |
X Service Our Hobby i
]![ Phone 333
jij Friends off to
. / Os course you want to maitb
i X same suitable gift. AY hat
1 1 1 about something practical, such. - j
jij as a gold or silver mounted j
i l l pencil or pen? Wc have them, j
jij S, W. Preslar ji
; Sj JEWELER
l With each Tube of Palmolive
Shaving Cream at only 35
- cents we give one after shav
* ing Talc.
I Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
n CONCORD COTTON MARKET
* WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I*. 1023
? Cotton . M
n Colton Seed .48
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET*
* (Corrected Weekly by Cline & Moon]
»t Figures named represent pricet
re paid for produce on the market:
le Eggs -* N
•t Corn tUi
ie Sweet Potatoes 1.7!
in Turkeys .25 to .8)
pr Onions SLB
it Peas SSJ»
Country Ham .»
■d Country Shoulder .21
at Country Sides .3)
e- Young Chickens Jg
in Hens J
Irish Potatoes 41.2
NSW -SYSTEM FOB
THE COUNTY SCHOOLS
(Continued from Pate One.)
ent at the meeting and in addition
there were present about 25 patrons
who were interested enough in the dis
cussion to attend the meeting.
If plans of the board of education
do not go awry, work on the proposed
h’gh school plnnts will begin without
undue delay and it is probable that
some of the plants will be ready for
work before the expiration of another
In the course of liis talk 'Mr. Allen
pointed out some of the educational
changes that have come during the
past two decades, telling his hearers
they must provide means of keeping
step educationally with the rest of the
State. He also commended the kindly
spirit of eo-o|>eration sho\\*n by those
FURNITURE FACTORY FOR
THE CITY SOON
(Continued from Page One)
a number of experts who will have
direct charge of the actual work in
the factory. Experts are needed for
furniture work, Mr. I,inker pointed
out, and employees in his factory will
of necessity be paid high wages.
Mr. Linker stated that he will be
sole owner of the factory, he having
made no effort to interest other cap
ital in the project.
|! GOING OFF TO SCHOOL—
j! Your Fall Coats, Dresses, sweaters, and Wraps will '!'
I need a thorough cleaning to put them in condition for '[!
the winter’s wear. Why not let us call, today for any- ! |
i apparel you may have to be Cleaned as our service will
I be of great help to you, as well as a saving.
M. R. POUNDS I
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
' Mutual 03 Company
PHONE 476 R.
For Light-Footed |
l xSB? Comfort
k You’ll find that the pleas- I
ing little one-strap cut-out 1
vamp as pictured here is
Made of soft patent kid, it
fits so smoothly, at the
|V E Y 9 S throat, instep and ankle. It
ffl IYI-glkJ j 3a d a ndy comfortable shoe
* "the home OF GOOD shoes” * or g enera l summer wear.
$5.00 to $7.00
M . .
"" - )
The two stood on the darkened I
porch after the dance. She watted. J
“Love is blind,” he quoted rapturous- ,
“TYell, can’t you tell where I am ]
At/ Bom Rich*
Concord Theatre Today and Tomorrow
| We feel sorry for flfy
| your old Straw Hat fj
j It’s an executive today—but it //[y
i will be executed tomorrow. Vw "/ fm 1
| It’s holding down a responsible | I
| position at the head of the
i now—but it will be in the bread
! line within a few days when *
] you spare time to see these >
i new headliners. > ~
! The new r 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 for
i Style—you won’t wait another minute if you don’t wait
i another day! _ 1
$5.00 to SB.OO
! HOOVER’S, Inc.
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
GAS, SIR? V
. uiittui t r eS ’ Sir ’r plenty ° f
greases and & other lubr
HOWARD’S FILLING StJ
• Our directors are men of standing—who have been
| successful in their owm lines of business. They are in
constant touch with the affairs of the hank, and give it
the benefit of their broad experience in directing its poli
i CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK '
I Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over. $3,000,000.0C
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 much 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 Kelvi
j nator than to buy ice. Phone or call for details.
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
Tl»« Old*.i Dom.atio Et.ctrl. R.l«lg.r.tlom I
Wednesday, Aug. 19, 19