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Puts a Sellers in Your Home
Kitchen work need not he drudgery. Only when you lack
kitchen conveniences does it become too great a task for you.
Then it costs your youth and health. Don’t let your kitchen
work rob you of these priceless treasures when you can get a
SELLERS with its fifteen labor-saving features at such low
prices and EASY TERM'S.
Concord Furniture Co.
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS!
; | . P<lbNE 244 OR 279 ||
THE UNIVERSAL CAR jj
ij> An automobile dealer may be correctly judged by what Jj
X has been the experiences of his owner with him. Noth- ]
]!] ing else will tell the story more truly. 1 1
ij l Ford owners who have bought cars from us must be sat- ij
Ij I isfied, for we do and are glad to go far beyond the usual ] i
1 1 , practices to satisfy our owners. If you would investigate ]
] ; us, we refer you to our owners for evidence of our state- i
i I ment. ji
! \ "OUR INTEREST GOES FAR BEYOND THE '
:: - sale" j
REID MOTOR CO.
CONORD, N. C.
WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS
Final DrasHc and Last Reduction Trs
all Summer Goods Prices Smashed
.for Quick Action
The Season’s Successful Dresses
Unusually Low Priced
95c, $2.95, $3.50, $6.74 and $11.74
Concord Daily Tribune |
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
• The brae of the closing of mails at
! the Concord postoffice is as follows:
1 130—11:00 P. M.
30—10:00 A. M.
34 4:10 P. M.
35 — 8:30 P. M.
30—11:00 P. M.
30— 0 :30 A. M.
45 a : 30 P. M.
135 — 8:00 P. M.
2-1—11:00 P. M.
The Mission Bond of Trinity lie
formed church will meet Friday as- <
ternoon at live o’clock at Corhiu
Marriage license was issued yester- .
day by Register of Deeds Elliott to I
Bert W. Gillespie, of Hendersonville, |
and Miss Ella Frye, of Kannapolis. j 1
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Barrier awl 1
daughter. Annie Elizabeth, Mrs. M. .
E. Barrier and H. S. Barr : er. Jr., re- i
turned yesterday from a three weeks’)]
visit to l.ittlestown, Pa. >i
Tin regular weekly meeting of thee
Concord Krwams Club will be held j
at the V. M. C. A. tomorrow at 12:30!]
o’clock. The committee in charge of
rhe meeting has arranged an lttrac- 1
Concord is well represented at the ]
Farmers’ Picnic being held today at i
Poplar Grove. The picnic is an an
nual affair and always attracts hun
dreds of persons from all parts of the
i According to a deed filed yester
day at the court house Earl Calloway i
and Mrs. Fannie Calloway have sold i
to Lewis Grier property in No. 4 i
township for SSOO. The property ]
is located in Shankle Town. i
Rev. Oscar Rlaekwelder, of Balti- 1
more, who has been visiting here with ] ]
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J\ A. i
Blaokwehler, will preach in St. James
Lutheran Church here Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. He is certain to i
be heard by a large congregation. ]
t The telephone line from Concord to '
townships Nos. 2 and 3 is being re- ,
paired by patrons. New polies have
been erected along the line and other
] improvements made in an effort to
get the line in good shape before the
coming of winter.
Pittsburgh won in the National ]
] League yesterday while New York .
! was splitting two games with t in- |
e.nnati. In the American League
[ both Washington and Philadelphia
i lost again. In the South Atlantic
i Charlotte and Spartanburg won. 'cav
ing Charlotte a game and a half lead.
The band recently organized by
Rev. Pereey Lindley, pastor of the
Methodist Protestant Church, will give
) a concert on the lawn of the County
- Home Friday evening at 7 o'clock.
) The members have been practicing I
I for the past eight weeks, the band be
| ing composed of 18 pieces.
That part of the Concord-Salisbt'.ry
i] road which is to be reworked by the
ji State highway department is between
i] Salisbury and China Grove. This
II stretch of road was built a uumhc -of
i scars ago and has become badly worn,
i] and under the contract let in Raleigh
Tuesday it will be made a modern
i] Those business houses of the city
' which have observed a half holiday on
I Thursdays during the summer season,
i] are closed for the last half-holiday
] i this afternoon. This is the last Tliurs
i day in the month, and as the holiday
i] period only extended to September
ji Ist, no more half-holidays will be ob-
i 1 served this season.
1 Police officers this morning report
i]j ed that fines and costs in recorder’s
[i court yesterday afternoon amounted
l] to $218.20. Twenty-one cases were
scheduled for trial yesterday and in
3 addition to the fines and costs one
i defendant was sentenced to the chain
} gang and several cases were eon
S The Lutheran District Brotherhood
f for the district embracing Cabarrus
j and five other counties, wil meet Sun
's day afternoon in the First Lutheran
] < Church in Thomasville. “The Or
-13 ganized Bible Class” will be the chief
I I topic for discussion. Quite a nttm
] ? her of Concord men expect to attend
i j the meeting.
S. With the exception of corporations 1
5 and delinquents all persons of taxable j
T age have new tax receipts at the
i court house. Register of Deeds El
| liott completed his work on the re
= eepits yesterday and the corporation
S receipts will be prepared as soon as
the value to be placed on them is
received from Raleigh. Mr. Elliott
is said to be the first register of deeds
in the state to complete the work of
computing taxes for the year.
The Gibson and Kannapolis teams
started their important series this af
i ternoon, hundreds of local fans having
gone to Kannapolis to see the first
game this afternoon. Due to water
I shortage the Southern Power Co. has
begun a curtailed schedule of power
and the mills in the county will stand
from tomorrow noon until Monday,
offering an opportunity to employees
to see the games tomorrow and Satur
J. Ivey Cline, who will be in charge
of poultry at the Cabarrus- County
Fair, states that already forty-two
ponltrymen have signed up for ex
hibits at the fair. “I plan to make
the poultry exhibit this year bigger
and better than ever,” Mr. Cline stat
ed, “and to this end have communi
! cated with some of the most success-
I ful poultrymen in the state, forty-two
of whom already have signed up for
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
THURSDAY, AUGUST 37, IMS
Cotton Seed .46
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THE CONCQRD DAILY TRIBUNE ~
J. W. CLINE
Fresh Country Eggs
Beans, Tomatoes, Corn,
ODD FELLOWS NOTICE.
Meets every Thursday evening at 8
M. L. ROSS. N. G.
C. H. RITCHIE, Sec.
i You are invited to come in Ji[
] and look our new ice cream re- J.|
frigerator over. We use no ij
I salt. It is the same tempera- jl
[ tnre all the time. We now car- iji
i r.v twice the number of differ- V
ent kinds. We also carry jl]
] Brick Ice Cream.
' Give us a trial when you ]i]
need ice cream and see the dis- 1
i i ference. V
| Phone 33S !]!
ijl THE THREE "R’s” §
i[ i Are mastered better with a Q
ji] fountain pen. Boya and girls y,
i i need proper equipment to make ft
11 1 their school work more profit- Q
i ] able and enjoyable. Neater x
i work and added pride in lea- J
]i ] sons In class room or at home O
I I are assured. Styles to fit the g
] i growing hand, built to with- Q
]i [ stand rough usage—s2.so and 5
ji up. A
S. W. Preslar i
ii iniiiTiii 11111 nll iiiTi imiiiimi:
Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected Weekly by Cline & Mouse)
Figures named represent prices
paid for produce on the market:
Sweet Potatoes 1.75
Turkeys -25 to .80
Country Ham JO
Country Shoulder : JO
Country Sides JO
Young Chickens .25
Irish Potatoes $1.50
($/ rhe Ideal gift ' j
J for Women
1 Elgin wrist watches are
I made for women who
want a beau
-1 tiful and
Mjpgjggßß that is ab
, solutely de
I We suggest
Jg&pfpNßjn them to you
IF-i' fftf hdealgilts.
array of de-
OH signs and a
of prices to
1' every re-
I \Ue suggest
I that you come in and let
Jl us show you the complete
1, t J|
A £i"?-“THE WIFE WHO.WASNXWANTED” A®QJ£
CONCORD THEATRE LAST TIME TODAY
jg HAVOUNEOEL §
Is More Than Oil. It is
| We Are Now Ready to Supply You !
| Mutual Oil Company
! | PHONE 4T6R
1 ' ' 1 '
l!! Final Clearance White Footwear l
» : I ft
|l Every white shoe included that we have in stock, not all sizes
I in any style but your size in some style, we have arranged for quick is
(! § selling all White Pumps, Straps and Oxfords in stock at the follow- -•
>i ing prices:
j | One lot white canvas 95 C
! ? One lot White Kid and Canvas A 4 am !i
I M. 95 j
> ' One lot White Kid, (our best) $3 95 I
! [ This is n wonderful opportunity to buy a pair to finish the season §
j » at less than half the original price.
“THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES"
ij [FANCY DRY GOODS WOMEN'S WEAR j
GOING OFF TO SCHOOL — j
; Your Fall Coats, Dresses, sweaters, and Wraps will
i I need a thorough cleaning to put them in condition for
I the winter’s wear. Why not let us call tpday for any- \ \
apparel you may have to be Cleaned as our service will j
be of great help to you, as well as a saving.
M. R. POUNDS
Dry Cleaning Department
—via— : j
Southern Railway System
Thursday, August 27th, 1925
' The Southern Railway System announces veiy low
round trip fares to Jacksonville, Fla., and other south '
\ ; Florida points at shown below.
Round Trip Fares From Concord, N. C.
\ | Jacksonville $16.00 Pablo Beach —— $16.50
i Augustine 17.50 Daytona -1— 18.75
'! 23.50 s** 1 *
1 Miami 25.00 W. Palm Beach 23.50
! Orlando 23.00 W. Lake Wales 23.00
i Winter Haven 23.00 Tampa -1—23.00
Bt. Petersburg 23.00 Hanatee 23.00
Moore Haven 23.00 Fort Myers 23.00
1 1 Sarasota 23.00 Palmetto 23.00
1 1 Bartow 23,00 Auburndale —. 23.00 |
\ [ Tickets on sale for all trains (except 37 and 38) Thurs- [ j
;[ day, August 27th, 1925. ' _ \
8 Final limit of tickets to Jacksonville, Pablo Beach, St.
x Augustine, Ocala and Daytona, will be seven days, and
jj final limit of tickets to all other destinations shown will
Q be ten days.
8 Tickets good in pullman sleeping cars and parlor cars, i
8 and baggage will be checked.
O A great opportunity to visit the wonder State.
8 For further information and pnllman reservations call
x on any Southern Railway agent or address :
I M. E. Woody, R. H. Graham,
8 Ticket Agent Division Passenger Agent,
Concord, N. C. Charlotte, N. C. ]
The Early Bird K
f*\ Finds Earlier Birds
j J man y. ,non coming car
has been a rush to sec the new
| | In other words—the early bird has got to get up before
| | breakfast to have the field to himself.
' i As soon as 8 A. M. these Sehloss Fall Suits are displayed
! ! to men who were up at 7 and in dozens of cases we are
| | selling in September new suits to men who usually wait
I I Set your alarm for tomorrow'—
|! “THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
Yes, sir, plenty of it- -ftM
greases and other lubr
HOWARD’S FILLING ST/
I ■ •.r.rrrst
To render every assistance in our power to the business j
| men in our community.
The progressive business man appreciates the facili- j
ties for service that are available to him in this strong
■ bank. Its officers, by reason of their experience and the
many avenues of general business information open to
them, are able to give sound advice on financial matters.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
I Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000.00
nri'l 111 M PM- l i.uinv ftgtn.i.;- i M>.vfF^FWgg£3n«i" ffHTBIB
Make Your Summer I
Free From Ice Worry I
Install Kelvinator electric refrigeration in your i
i refrigerator and you can forget all about ice deliv H
i ery this summer. 1
i; Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much colder I
and your foods much better and longer. When you I j
go visiting it will stay cold while you are gone. I
Kelvinator requires no time or attention and i> M
trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kelvi- I
nator than to buy ice. Phone or call for details. ■
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
9 Tks Oldsst Doasstic Elsctrla R*irl(«r«tloa J
Thursday, Aug. 27, id