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Puts a Sellers in Your Home
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
It’s Time to Think of Fall Cleaning
| To fully appreciate our Cleaning and Correct press- 'I 1
ing is to give others the once over. ij '
A phone call will bring our truck.
|; Telephone 420
M. R. POUNDS |f:
Dry Cleaning Department
Styles Specially Designed
i to be Worn From Now on jij
| $5.95, $9.75, $16.75 on |
j j All the Paris decreed Modes are rep- HhUla j|j
| [ resented in Lustrous Satin, Heavy Flat fluniflA jij
! ! Crepe, Crepe de Chine. Unmistakably jjjflM jij,
| NEW DRESSES. 1
j Black leads the mode, with deep cop- \j jij
j per and red shades exquisite browns and ■ \
Royalty’s own purple. jij
§ Hats That Lead in the Fall
I of Colon
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME QF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
I the Concord postoffice is as follows:
i Northbound \
1 136—11:00 P. M.
3C—10:00 A, M.
34 4.10 P. M. '
38— 8 :30 P. M.
30—11:00 P. M. .
39 9:30 A. M.
I 45 3:30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
29—11:00 P. M.
According to a ‘deed filed Monday
at the court house E. .T. Sharp has
sold to B. W. Durham for $lO and
other considerations property in Cen
terview, a Kannapolis suburb.
Henry Suther, negro, charged with
entering the store of Cline & Moose
last week, will be given a hearing
next Monday. Suther has retained
counsel and Requested that the case
bo continued from Monday until next
The September meeting of the board
of aldermen will be held at the city
hall Thursday night, with several im
portant questions to come up for dis
cussion and action. The meeting is
scheduled to begin at the usual hour,
Mrs. Inez Edwards died early
Monday at her home at the Noreott
Mill and was buried this afternoon
at 2 o’clock in Union cemetery. She
was 31 years of age and was a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rodgers, of
Washington and Philadelphia were
idle in the American League Monday
while Pittsburgh won in the National
League while New York was idle.
In the South Atlantic Spartanburg
climbed closer to the lead by winning
while Charlotte was losing to Macon.
The vacant room in the city hall,
between the offices of tile city clerk
and the tax collector, is being fitted
up at present and will be used by
the two officials. Files and records
of various kind will be stored in the
room when repairs have been made
Fayetteville and Kannapolis start
the big Yjaseball series this afternoon
in Fayetteville. They play there
again tomorrow and come to Kannap
olis Friday and Saturday. If they
break even in the four games the fift'ii
game will be played in Charlotte next
J. M. Caldwell, of Albemarle, son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Caldwell, of
this city, has been elected vice com
mander of the American Legion in
North Carolina succeeding H. W.
Chandlee. The election of Mr. Cald
well was made by the executive com
mittee meeting in Lexington Monday.
Several defendants tried in record
er’s court here- Monday paid fines and
costs totalling SBO. In addition one
defendant was given four months on
the chain gang for assaulting his wife.
Part of the tine money was paid by
a defendant who is alleged to have
aided in the assault on the wife.
’ The new road via Bost Mill to the
Stanly county line is practically fin
ished now and is one of the best in
the county. The road has been, con
structed under the supervision of YV.
G. Brown, county highway engineer,
with much of the work being done by
persons who are served by the road.
The road enters Stanly county near
Passeugers coming from Asheville
and points in Western North Caro
lina can now make close connections
in Salisbury for China Grove, Landis,
Kannapolis and Concord when using
train No. 12 leaving Asheville at 2:20
p. in., reaching Salisbury ut 7:55 p.
m., and Concord at 8:35 p. m. on
train No. 135. The latter train will
wati ten minutes at Salisbury for this
HORSE SHOE PITCHING
AGAIN POPULAR HERE
'Numbers of the Young Men of the
City Resume Their Efforts to Ring
Horseshoe pitching, for a time in
the early summer one of the chief di
version of a number of the young
men of the city, has again regained
its popularity, the links at the Y be
ing in constant use during the past
The most consistent winners in yes
terday's games was the team compos
ed of Clarence Ridenhour and Earl
Henderson Brown. These two play
ers during the afternoon’s play of
freeze-out matches constantly retired
Plans are again being proposed for
a tournament to be held at the Y.
M. C. A. at an early date.
It was a Parisian architect who,
in the year 112, first conceived the
idea of numbering houses- But like
so many men with bright ideas, he
was before his time, and it was not
until nearly the end of the eighteenth
century that the custom of giving
hduses street numbers became at all
W. O. W. NOTICE.
Regular meeting of Elm Camp No.
16 W. O. W. Tuesday evening at 8:00
o’clock in the Moose Lodge Room. JEv
ery member is urged to be present.
S. A. WBDDINGTON, O. C.
R. O. LITAKER, Clerk.
CARD OF THANKS
Words cannot express our heartfelt
appreciation for the sympathy and
J kindness shown us during the death
of our mother. And we want to
thank each one for the beautiful flow
ers, making special mention of our
.friends at Locust.
C. S. SMART.
T. C. SMART.
MINNIE SMART CADDELL.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
DEPOT STREET EXCITED
OVER TWO ACCIDENTS
Successive Smashes Create Uproar
Sending Workers Oat to Watch
Depot sfreet was all excitement this
morning When two accidents within
ten minutes of each other, had per
sons working on that street running
out of their shops and places of busi
ness to watch the local happenings.
The first occurrence out of the un
usual came when Charles Long after
tunning G. A. Brunson's new Ford
out of J. D. Boyd's Garage, caught
the steering wheels in the ear track
and In getting it righted, dashed up!
on the side-walk, hit the wall at
Efird's, gare the barbers at the De-
Luxe Shop a scare by taking.a piece
out of the screen door and then jerk
ed out on the street again.
In his dash up the street, young
. Long passed between a telephone post
j | and a wall which looked far too nar
• row to admit ,anv ohjeet the size of a
As soon as the Ford had been tak
en away, and everyone had gathered
i round to hold a post-mortem, there
* was a loud crash and the crowd dnsh
t ed down to have a look at the newest
- The second one occurred when Eu
t gene Laughlin failed to put on his
brakes quickly enough and hit a 1
I Ford belonging to Clarence Purifoy. j
. parked just below Wilkintioa’s Un- (
. dertaking Parlor. j
No special damage was done to J
, either automobile in the second aooi- (
dent, despite the fending crash when j
they struck. ,
Mr. Brunson’s Ford was damaged (
’ rather badly, a fender being bent J
and a spring being broken. i
Clarence Purifoy, who works in the 1
' DeLttxe Shop, declared that he was j
becoming alarmed at the rate aeci- (
dents were happening. “First," said j
he, “my shop is run into. Then my j
Ford gets hit. I think I had better i
’phone home and tell them to look- j
out; I'm l ! able to get hurt myself." I
Pure apple vinegar, 50 I
cents a gallon. Fresh !
country eggs. Homemade
honey in cone, 35 cents Tier !
pound, three pounds for j
J. W. CLINE
1 j i You are invited to come “fn 1 i \
jij and look our new ice cream rje- j '
ij i frigerator over. We use no j
j| j salt. It is the same tempera- j j |
jij ture all the time. We now ear- i *
j ry twice the number of differ- 1 j
j 1 ent kinds. We also carry J i
j Brick-lee Cream.
i i utve us a trial when you 1 j
ji J need ice cream and see the dis- j j i
ij i fereuce. i f 1
Innnn - ri 33|3 j J
II ' ENGRAVED | j
| | CHRISTMAS CARDS | j
i jij We have the prettiest line 8 I
i i we have ever seen. There is X
jij an advantage in making your O j
jij selection' while the stock is'O i
i Ji fresh and complete and while X j
ji j you have plenty of time. 5 j
ijjj S. W. Preslar i |
r D’ORSAYS PERFUMES
b Toujours Fidele ' ,
t Gibson Drug Store
‘ The Rexall Store
. CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected Weekly by Cline A Mooee)
Figures named represent prim
j; paid for produce on the market:
“ E«s .40
Sweet Potatoes 1.75
Turkeys .25 to JO
Onions _ $1.50
’ Peas 5.00
Butter i J
1 Country Shoulder M
j 1 Country Sides .20
h Young Chickens ; J2S
0 Hens 48
- Irish Potatoes r _ fLOO
' CONCORD COTTON MARKET
nv* ROTS HELD FOB •
v ENTERING HOME HRRE|
Catricd Off Namber of ArtWm From
Home of J. H. Barrett on Crowell
Five boys, all of them in their teens,
have been tamed over to Coanty Wel
fare Officer Brown as a result of
their entrance into the home of J. H.
Barrett, on Crowell street, Monday af
ternoon. Owing to the ages of the
boys and their desire to give them an
other chance without too much pub
licity. officers declined to make public
I the names of the boys.
[ Two fountain pens, one razor, one
ladies' wrist watch, one 82-calibre S.
& VV. pistol, one money bank and a
flash light were taken from the home
and all of the goods except the razor
and bank hare been recovered. Po
lice officers stated that the boys have
confessed they spent the money and
sold the razor tor a dime.
The wlltcb and pens were found
under a board in Tar Creek, the offi
cers reported, one of the boys leading
them to the spot where the goods were
hidden. The watch had been taken
from its bracelet, and one of the
youngsters showed the officers where
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|ji ■ NOW IN SEASON
JOHNSON’S LIVER MUSH
For Sale by All Leading Grocery Stores and !
Meat Markets. Only 20c lb.
PHONE YOUR ORDERS 2
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
; An automobile dealer may be correctly judged by what | !
ij' has been the experiences of his owntr with him. Noth- ' ;
! , ing else will tell the story more truly.
] ; Ford owners who have bought cars from us must be sat- ! I
; ; isfied, for we do and are glad to go far beyond Jthe usual |
! ; practices to satisfy our owners.. If you would investigate '
! 1 1 us, we refer you to our owners for evidence of our state
; tnent. j
i ! “OUR INTEREST GOES FAR BEYOND THE 11
! ’ SALE”
REID MOTOR CO.
CONORD.k.C. * |j;
WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS
The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS
§ PHONE 244 QR 279
8 North Carolina Popular Excursion i i
§ TO ’ '• -| i
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Friday, September 4th, 1925
I SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
8 Three whole days and Uro nights In Washington,
g ROUND TRIP FARE FROM CONCORD, N. C. BJQ
8 Special train leaves Concord 9:35 P. M., September 4, 195®. Ar- 8
A rives Washington 8:40 A. M. September 5, 1925. X
8 Tickets on sale September 4th, good on regular trains to Junction X
X points, thence Special Train. Good to return on all regular trains (ex- Q
A cept No. 37) so as to rea<* original starting point prior to midnight X
• of Tuesday, September Bth, 1925. $
X Returning regular trains leave Washington 8:20 A. M., 11 .*OO a. 8
O m., and 3:45 p. m., 7:00 p. m., 9:35 p. m. and 10:60 p. m.
Big League Baseball Games
8 Whihttgtmi Sam tor ta BiaHa Red Box 8
A Two Games—September sth and oth ■ 8
0 A fine opportunity to see Walter Johnson, star pitcher of the Sen- A
atore; Ike Boone, star fielder, the Red Box, end other great stars in 5
action. ; 2
This will also be a wonderful opportunity to visit Washington's A
many public buildings; Arlington National Cemetery and the varions O
otter points of interest. X
Tickets good in puflaan deeping cere and day coaches. No stop- O
overs an! no baggage checked. 8
Make your sleeping car reservations early. AI
For further information call on any Southern Railway agent hr O
i edress: 8
1 M. a. WOODY, Ticket Agent B. H. GRAHAM, 8
I , Concord, N. C. Division Passenger Agent, 8
' . Calotte, N. O. |
! the bracelet held been dropped through
| a hole of the house.
| The boys -were questioned sepa
rately by the officers and the reports
made by them corresponded so accu
rately that it: was aa easy matter to
find the goods and get a full report on
The boys entered the house Monday
afternoon while all of the occupants
Following their arrest the boys were
turned over to Mr. Brown, who will,
make disposition of their caae.
is » prescription for
Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Dengue or Bilious Fever
It Kills the germs
I The Early Bird *
rl Finds Earlier Birds
| |j So many men are coming ear-'
fIL ly to avoid tbe rusli that there
jMKiMWff. has been a rush to see the new
• mjjjjjjjj Eafl Suits ever since they ar
; In otlier 'words—the early bird has got to get up before
breakfast to have the field to himself.
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
i until Thanksgiving.
! i Set your, alarm for tomorrow*—
| SCHLOSS NEW FALL SUITS
jj “THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
, ■ .L. , 1 II " " ... >
7rt nn t GAS, SIR?
Yes, sir, plenty of
jj UM (di IJ i IIJ best grade—at a Jai:
price. Let us fill up you
1 J*[ tanks and keep them fill
I irruLflßM ed rtim day to day o
week to week. You cat
, depend on our service a
aE hours. High grade oils
foR greases and other lubri
HOWARD’S FILLING STA
“Service With a Smile”
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To render every assistance in our power to the business
men in our community.
8 The progressive business man appreciates the facili-
H ties for service that are available in this strong
8 bank. Its officers, by reason of their experience and the
R* many avenues of general business information open to
■ them, are able to give sopnd advice on financial matters.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
g Capital $400,000.00 . Resources Over $3,000,000.w
|H[| pi j j
Make Your Summer 1
Free From Ice Worry
Install' Kelvinator electric refrigeration in your
refrigerator and you can forget all about ice delrv*
ery this summer.
Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much
and your foods much better and longer. When you
go, visiting it will stay cold while you aregane.
Kelvinator requires no time or attention jind is
trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kefvi*
nator than to buy ice. £hgpe or call for detafla.
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
Th« 014..1 Dom.illo El.ctri. R.irig.r.tl.a 1
Tuesday, Sept. 1, 1925|