PAGE SIX n v DOLLAR DOWN Puts a Sellers in Your Home $49.50 ■ Kitchen work need not be 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 TERMS. Concord Furniture Co. THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE j GOING OFF TO SCHOOL— f j ; Your Fall Coats, Dresses, sweaters, and Wraps will !j! i need a thorough cleaning to put them in condition for \ J the winter’s wear. Why not let us call today for any ] apparel you may have to be Cleaned as our service will i j be of great help to you, as well as a saving. Telephone 420 M. R. POUNDS Dry Cleaning Department ! NewFallFrocks Styles Specially Designed to be Worn From Now on jj|MK j; .! | j $5.95, $9.75, $16.75 on ! j ! j All the Paris decreed Modes are rep- fIUE HA j! !i resented in Lustrous Satin, Heavy Flat UnllVU j!| ! Crepe, Crepe de Chine. Unmistakably gßm '®S§ | [ NEW DRESSES. 1 | Black leads the mode, with deep cop- \ / Jl l | per and red shades exquisite browns and f l ]! | 5 Royalty’s own purple. ]i \ | Hats That Lead in the Fall Promenade ENTIRELY NEW I J 3 -4 *3.95, *4.95 'hmF The Range of Colors yS % Mexico Camel and Chatnois Brown, 8 Sunset, Falingo, Jadite, Parchmint, ■ \ Taupe and Pewter Gray, matching ly \ your fall costume. j FISHER’S Concord Daily Tribune TIME OF CLOSING MAILS The time of the closing of mails at | the Concord postoffice is as follows: Northbound • 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. Southbound 39 9:30 A. M. I 45 3:30 P. M. 135 8:00 P. M. 29—11:00 P. M. T 1 ■ ——l l LOCAL MENTION j Countv health officials report one case of diphtheria, one case of scar let fever and one case of measles in the county. Marriage license has been issued | by Register of Deeds Elliott to David C. Caldwell and Mrs. Carrie Thomp-! son. both of Concord. E. E. Starnes, who has been assist ing in opening the new Belk store at Mt. Airy,-spent the week-end at his home here. He returned to Mt. Airy late Sunday evening. Frank Mnnd. building inspector for the city, announces that fourteen building permits were issued in Con cord in August for work aggregating $28,005. Eighteen electrical permits were issued. Miss Emily Weddington Will leave tomorrow for Mebane, where she will teach school during the coming term. Miss Weddington graduated from North Carolina College for Women in June. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. I.aney. . of Monroe. August 12th. a daughter. , Martha Kendrick. Mrs. Lnney be fore marriage was Miss Cora Lee 1 Montgomery, daughter of the late Dr. r S. L. Montgomery, of Concord. Rev. ‘'Bud'’ Roberson, of Texas, will preach at Westford Methodist Church next Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. Roberson is preacher and author of note. The public is in vited to hear him. The third week of the present term of Cabarrus County Superior Court finds the court still trying civil cases. ■ all of last week having been devoted to civil cases. The docket is so I complete that court will be in session during the entire week. Beginning tonight train No. 12 on J the Western North Carolina road will connect with train No. 135 on the main line. Passengers can now leave \ Asheville at 2:20 p. m„ and reach Concord about 8:45 p. m„ making close connection at Salisbury. The 1925-26 term for the public shhools of Concord begins next Mon day and school officials this week will \ be busy putting the final touches to i plans for the opening. Out-of-town 1 teachers are expected during the week ! and everything will be in readiness < for the opening next Mondax. An accident on Church street op- j posite the Cemetery caused much cx- i citemcnt and drew a large crowd. An- 1 tomobiles belonging to CHin Crouch ] and R. D. McLaughlin, the latter of i Mooresville. collided, damaging both 1 I the cars. No one in either of the au- ] tomobiles was injured. i Ten cases are srhednleil for trial in i recorder's court this afternoon, po- ] ! lice officers stated this morning, i i Speeding, intoxication, assaulting a ' female, assault, affray with a deadly ’ weapon and using profane language in a public place are among the charges lodged against the defendants. I Football practice gets underway at < some of the State colleges this week, nlfhongh under the rules of the Southern conference practice cannot start at all of the colleges until next I i week. The first games in the state | will be staged during the latter part i of this month. j i W. F. Eddleman and family, of | 1 Concord R. F. D. No. 3, have gone ( [ to Safety Harbor, Fla., where they J i will spend the winter. Mr. Eddie- ( [ man writes that he left his Cabarrus ( i home on August 24th and arrived in J i Florida on the 27th. They made < \ the trip in their Ford, and report a J i splendid journey. i In a radiogram to friends here H. 1 W .Blanks states that he expects \ to arrive in Concord Wednesday mom i ing. With Mr. Blanks is M. L. 1 Cannon. Jr., they having gone to Swe | den and Denmark after leaving the 1 other Concord persona who accom ! panied them to Europe. Mr. Blanks i and Mr. Cannon are returning on the ' Leviathan. ] The street gutter on Means street. I adjoining the property of the Cabar -1 rus Savings Bank, is being repaired. | The gutter sunk in about two inches i when the bank was built and the re -1 pair work is being done at the expense \ Os the bank. Water from the gutter has been running into the basement of the bank and repairs were made necessary. About twenty Lutheran laymen of l this city went to Thomasville yester [ day to attend the Lutheran Brother- I hood meeting for ‘ the district which ) embraces Cabarrus connty. It is re \ ported that the largest delegation from i Concord represented St. Andrews 1 Lutheran Church. The meeting was | held in the First Lutheran Church i of Thomasville. i J. H. Brown, county welfare officer, has in his charge June Dilger, daugh \ ter of William Dilger who was sen i tenced to serve ninety days on the ; chain gang in court here last week. It is rumored that the mother of the child will arrive in Concord today or tomorrow, but it is not known wheth er she will make an effort to get cus- I tody of the child. Washington is getting a good hold j on first place in the American League now. The Senators won again Sat -1 urday and Sunday while Philadelphia \ was losing. In the National League Pittsburgh seems to have the pennant clinched as the team wins regularly while the Gianta are playing in a fashion canculated to land them only In second place. THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE Returns From Farmers Tour. R. D. Goodman, Cabarrns county! agent, returned from Richmond Sat- ■ urday after accompanying the farm tourists that far. He was cal led home on account of the illness of his son. who has measles. The trip, according to Mr. Good man, was very successful as far ns he went. There were fifty farmers in the party, and plans had‘been! made to go to Washington and then | return to North Carolina byway of the Shenandoah valley. On the tonr are farmers from Ca barrus, Rowan and Stanly counties. Better Poultry Weeks to Be Ohomeil | Next week and week after next i LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE I Regular meeting of Concord Lodge No. 404 Loyal Order of Moose Mon day evening at 8 o'clock. AU mem bers requested to be present. W. J. HETHCOX, Sec. t* : ■K9HBI ;• ■hßt if aF ,gan | Concord Theatre, September S and 4 mnnm J. W. CUNE GROCERIES Fresh Country Eggs Young Chickens a. Beans, Tomatoes, Corn, Cabbage Phone 263 oooooooocooo^ooooooooooc NOTICE! 8 I j i You are invited to come ip 8 [ I J and look our new ice cthnm re- i 1 i i frigerator over. We use no 1 i V salt. It is the same tempera- j j 1 1 1 ture all the time. We noxv car- i i ij r,v twice the number of differ-"" 1 ji 1 ent kinds. We also carry ' [ II Brick Ice Cream. 'ij Give us a trial when you 11 ]i 1 need ice cream and see the dis- ! i 1 1! ference. Cline’s Pharmacy !! Phone 333 ! ‘ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 000000000000000000000000 EUGRAVED 1 jij CHRISTMAS CARDS 1 1 1 We have the prettiest line 8 j i we have ever seen. There is"g 1 1 an advantage in making your 8 jii selection while the stock is • iji fresh and complete and while X ]i [ you have plenty of time. ■ ji; S. We Preslar 1 JEWELER niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiQH D’ORSAYS PERFUMES j Chevalier Muquet Charme • Toujours Fidele Jasmin. Gibson Drug Store i The Rexall Store ! iIHIIIIHIHIIHIIIIIIIHHIIimUHHIIIIIIII CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET ] (Corrected Weekly by Cline A Moose) ] Figures named represent prices i paid for produce on the market: Eggs f .40 ! Com $1.35 i Sweet Potatoes 1.75 ( Turkeys .25 to AO ] Onions $1.60 Peas $3.00 Butter A0 Country Ham - A0 Country Shoulder .20 Country Sides .20 Young Chickens AS Hens AS Irish Potatoes SI.BO CONCORD COTTON MARKET MONDAY, AUGUST SI, in& Cotton a i JM Cotton ftnid .. .. |g . have been designated by 'B. D. Good ; man county agents, as better poultry ‘ weeks, during wblcli time culling and feeding for egg production will be stressed. Plans are being made by Mr. Good man to cover the county, making speeches at a number of places. A program will be arranged ai\d will be published at an early date. ! Warner Bros. CONCORD THEATRE j Engagement Extraordinary Thuraday-Friday f||§g | i LOWER FLOOR 40c—BALCONY 30c—CHILDREN 15c * WITH ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE 0OOOCXX)OOOOOOOOOOOC>OO<X)OOOOCXXXXXXXXXX)OOObC)OOOOOC3 i 1 I l I COAL I The Right Coal For the Bight Purpose ! A. B. POUNDS j| PHONE 244 OR 279 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOfyfBffftOOO I North Carolina Popular Excursion | i WASHINGTON, D.C. Friday, September 4th, 1925 SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM j Three whole days and two nltfhts in Washington. HOUND TRIP FARE FROM CONCORD, N. C. gQ ; ; Special train leaves Concord 0:38 P. M., September-4, 1925. Ar- i i rives Washington 8:40 A. M. September 8, 1925. Tickets on sale September 4th, good on,regular trains to junction i , points, thence Special Train. Good to return on all regular trains (ex- 1 cept No. 37) so as to reach original starting point prior to midnight \ \ of Tuesday, September Bth, 1925. r iji Returning regular trains leave Washington 8:20 A. M., 11:00 a. V m., and 8:45 p. m., 7:00 p. m., 9:35 p. m. and 10:50 p. m. Big League Baseball Games Tkn idrmi a-1 wamnpon Owwsr t», ifOOTMi UwO BOX Two Games—September sth and 6th ) A fine opportunity to see Walter Johnson, star pitcher of the Sen ators; Ike Boone, star fielder, the Red Sox, and other great ntars in 0 action. X This will also be a wonderful opportunity to visit Washington’s- a many public buildings; Arlington National Cemetery and the various I other points of interest. . Tickets good in pollman sleeping cars and day coach*. No stop overs and no baggage checked. , Make your sleeping car reservations early. For farther Information call on any Southern Railway agent or idress: M. E. WOODY, Ticket Agent R. H. GRAHAM, 8 Concord, N. O. Division Passenger Agent, 9 Charlotte, N. 0. 8 OM Soldiers' Reunion. || Old Soldiers Reunion to be held at] 1 Rimer Friday, September 4fh. Sev ‘ eral good addresses, and a program will bf rendered. AH old soldiers are ' ’ invited from all adjoining counties. . W. H. FURR, W. A. SIFFORD, ' Committee. , V\ Finds Earlier Birds _ at Hoover’s rs JMokW\\ J J rnan^’. rnen are coming ear-1 * las * ieena rus h to see the new® In other words—the early bird has got to get up before® breakfast to have the field to himself. 9 As soon as 8 A. M. these Schloss 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.® until Thanksgiving. S Set your alarm for tomorrow— I SCHLOSS NEW FALL SUITS- KBjWJiF | HooVi’S,lncM “THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE” I HOWARD'S FII.UM; □rrrrr i:: zzzc~.~z :: ~:: -tt Tr— —nraJ I 1 H To render every assistance in our power to the business 1 B men in our community. I B The progressive business man appreciates the facili- I I ties for service that are available to him in this strong I | bank. Its officers, by reason of their experience and the I I many avenues of general business information open to I | them, are able to give sound advice on financial matters. I CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK J H Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000,008 Make Your Summer Free From Ice Worry 1 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 yon m go visiting it will stay cold while you are gone. Kelvinator requires no time or attention and is trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kelvi nator than to buy ice. Phone or call for dgtafk. Yorke & Wadsworth Co. Kelvinator i Tk« Oldest Domestic Electric Ref rig eretloa ■w' I HIT HIT Til ■ 'll Monday, August 31, lfl
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