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0 / 75
10 PER CENT.
1 11 On nil orders for engraved ]l l
1 11 Christmas Cards placed during i[ i
|l the month of September. We V
i ] represent one of the best en- ,i,
gravers in the country. Come iji
jr in and make your selection ear
■ | ly while stock is fresh and com- (
\ S. W. Preslar ij
I SCHOOL SUPPLIES 8
Palmer Tablets 5
Ink Tablets 8
Pencil Tablets 8
Pen Points O
Fountain Pens X
Composition books. 2
Phone 333 §
TIMES-TRIBI'NK PENNY ADS.
•ALWAY S GET RESILTS
THE UNIVERSAL CAR 8
iji The true desire to be of service, the efforts of honest men, iji
X the guarantee of a firm, or any other assurance offered jij
jij you by a car dealer is worthless unless there is back of V
i] 1 it the ability to give the service you have a right to expect. iji
<j We have invested a large amount in modern machinery to X
X make our service department the best in this section. We X
j] 1 carry thousands of dollars worth of parts to insure every <j !
[I requirement being met. We have specially trained men 8
X with years experience of servicing Ford cars. Y
X To you, as a Ford owner, this mean's a lower cost for vour 0
i[i work by use of modern equipment and methods. Backed
X by a guarantee and a desire to serve, it positively assures X
X you of satisfaction at all times. X
X We would be glad to serve you. i[i
REID MOTOR CO.
CONCORD, N. C. |j;
| WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS
I It’s Time to Think of Fall Cleaning j:
To fully appreciate our Cleaning and Correct press- ( |
ing is to give others the once over. iji
A phone call will bring our truck. ji[
M. R. POUNDS
Dry Cleaning Department X
jij THE SMARTEST I
FALL APPAREL 8
Fashion Points Approvingly 8
at These Dresses |
j'j A VARIETY THAT ASSURES §
X INDIVIDUALITY OF CHOICE g
jjj ness of line these frocks are jjj
jjj speak the better garment. Each jjj
$6 75 10 $24.50 1
jl IT PAYS TO TRADE AT jj
1 FISHER’S |
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected Weekly by Cline & Moose)
Figures named represent prices
'paid for produce on the market:
Hweet Potatoes 1.75
jTurkeys .25 to .30
j'jjffruatry Ham .30
) Forced to Don Coat.
i Tucson. Ariz., Sept. TO.—Whether
, the Southern Pacific railroad can re
i quire a male passenger to wear his
j coat whiltbeing served in the dining
j car will be passed upon by the Ari
i tuna Corporation Commission as a re
j suit of a complaint made by X. A.
i Pennington, of Tucson,
j In a letter to the commission, Pen
i nington charges that while en route to
1 Phoenix Saturday. T. 1.. Woodling. a
i steward, required him to don his coat
i before serving him. In his letter lie
j explains he wore a new shirt which
i cost S4.UB, offering this fact that he
1 i was dressed properly.
? D’ORSAYS PERFUMES
j| Toujours Fidele
[ Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
Country Shoulder .20
Country Sides .20
Young Chickens .25
Irish Potatoes $1.50
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1925
Cotton 22 1-2
Cotton Seed ,4B
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
’ The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord postoffice is as follows:
; 136—11:00 P. M.
36—10:00 A. M.
■ 34 4 :10 P. M.
> 38— 8:30 P. M.
1 30—11:00 P. M.
* 30— <1 ;30 A. M.
1 i 45 3 :M0 P. M.
' 135 8:00 P. M.
23—11:00 P. M.
I LOCAL MENTION
Miss Rosa Mu ml is confined to her
home on South Union street on ac
count of illness.
The weekly meeting of the Concord
Kiwanis Club will be held at the Y.
M. U. A. tomorrow at 12:30 o’clock.
The play. “Mrs. Tabbs of Shanty
town.” which was to have been given
on re.vt Friday night at Fink school
htnt>© by the community club, has bein
postponed until a later date. Watch
• f.,r lint her announcement.
No session of the recorder's court
was held yesterday afternoon as po
lice officers had no cases docketed for
, trial. Officers again this morning
repair ted /little business during the
past two days.
There is no mystery about the red
marks to be found on sidewalks all
over the city. The marks were placed
on the sidewalks by persons who are
preparing to renumber houses in Con
cord, the marks denoting a certain
number of feet between the houses.
The numbers will he placed on the
houses during the next several weeks.
L. T. Hartsell, .7r., underwent an
operation for the removal of his ap
j pendix in a Charlotte hospital yester
day morning. The operation was
said to have been successful and Mr.
Hartsell was reported today as rest
-1 ing very comfortably. Mrs. Hartsell
is visiting relatives in Charlotte to
be with her husband while he is re
Davidson College has opened for
the 11)25-2(5 term ami those young
i men from this city who are to at
tend school there this year have re
ported for work. It is estimated
that the largest number of students
in the history of the college reported
at the opening this week. About a
dozen Concord young men are stu-j
dents in the college this year.
Philadelphia won from Washington
again yesterday in the American
League and in the National League
Chicago defeated Pittsburgh again.
Roth Washington and Pittsburgh have
leads of seven games. In the South
Atlantic Charlotte gained half a game
by winning two games from Columbia
while Spartanburg was defeating
i Greenville in one game.
A Ford sedan belonging to Jones
Pharr, of this city, was stolen in
(’harlotte Tuesday night while Mr.
Pharr was conferring with a friend
in tin* Hotel Charlotte. Officers in
Charlotte, Concord and other cities
Have been asked to keep a watch for
the Ford, but nothing yet has been
heard of its whereabouts. The car
was left parked on a Charlotte street.
Mw. N. L. Swaringen has sold
property in Ward 2 to I). L. Barn
hardt for S4OO. according to a deed
filed yesterday. Another deed re
cords the sale of property in No. 4
township by B. L. Umberger to Alma
M. Durham for $220 and still an
other deed records the sale of land
in the same township by G. C. Trout
man to John S. Carpenter for SIOO
and other valuable considerations.
Misfortune seems to lurk around
Congressman Bulwinkle. A year or
two ago he hobbled into Gastonia at
Christmas time on crutches, due to a
fall on the ice in Washington. Last
opring his capable and efficient stenog
rapher. Miss Pat tie Roberts, suffered
serious injuries in an automobile ac
cident at Spartanburg. \
Now the genial and much loved
congressman himself is laid up with
a painful and serious fracture of the
thigh sustained in an automobile ac
cident last night.
The sympathy and condolences of
the entire community are extended to
Major and Mrs. Bulwinkle and fam
ily. It ie needless to say that the
progress of Major Bui winkle’s recov
ery will be as much of a matter of
solicitous concern to everybody in
Gaston county and the state as it
would be to his wife, and the daily
bulletins from his bedside will bo
eagerly scanned for good news.
Major Bulwinkle is a popular man
here and news of the accident was
received with universal regret. The
best wishes of the entire community
are extended him and daily prayers
for his complete recovery will be
The coast line of the island of Hel
igoland which measured 120 miles in
1300 A. D., had been rduced to three
miles in 1000 by coasterosion.
JOHN W. CLINE STOCK OF
GOODS FOR SALE.
The entire stock of goods in the
store of J. W. Cline on East Depot
street in Concord for sale in bulk pri
Persons desiring to bid on same
will do so in writing addressed to
either Mrs. J. W. Cline or J. Lee
Crowell, Attorney, Concord, N. C.
MRS. L. I. CLINE. '
J. LEE CROWELL, Attv.
ODD FELLOWS NOTICE.
Meets every Thursday evening at 8
M. L. ROSS, N. O.
G. H. RITCHIE, Sec.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
MAJ. BULWINKLE NOT
Was Painifully Cut and Bruised in
Addition to Suffering Broken Leg.
Rockingham. Sept. !).—Tie condi
tion of Major A. L. Bulwinkle. of
Gastonia. Congressman from the
ninth district, who was injured here
Tuesday night at 9:15 when the
Hudsorson Speedster of W. G. War
lick. Jr., cf Newton, overturned,
isbows an improvement tonight to the
extent that no internal injuries are
now apprehended and no concussion
of the brai resulted.
Aside from extreme soreness all
over the body, with cuts and lacer
ations. his worst injury was to the
right leg. The femur bone between
the knee and the hip was broken in
two places and a part of the hip
bone was crushed and the muscles
fearfully lacerated. The accident hap
pened Tuesday night, but the Major
did not really regain consciousness
until well towards daybreak this
morning. Dr. W. D. James, of the
Hamlet Hospital, set the broken
bones ami placed the limb in a cast
at 2 o’clock this morning in his hos
pital at Hamlet. This afternoon Dr.
O. L. Milh*r. of the Orthopaedic Hos
pital at Gastonia, came to Hamlet to
see his fellow townsman, while en
rmire to Badin. Also arriving early
this morning after a night’s ride to
be at his bedside were Mrs. Bulwin
kle. his sister, Mrs. A. P. Uudisill.
of Dallas, E. N. Brittain ami his
secretary Lewis B. Carpenter.
It was a remarkable close for
both Major Bulwinkle and the driver
of the car, Mr. Wariick. Warlich
Everyone Says it Prove it
r/ HUDSON COACHES,
Hudson Brougham % tg® SSM jfgf ' Hudson Sedan
All Prices Freight and Tax Extra
Concord Motor Co.
Get Rid of Your Old Cook
Stove or Old Gas Range
—" ” Let us come and pick it up and take it off your
SIO.OO hands at a good allowance. You select the new
for gas range you want and we’ll deliver and con
your old nect it—all ready to use. A fine, new, shining,
Coal, Wood, Oil or clean range for a nice kitchen.
The $lO to apply on This is your chance to start new in
2* I rSfp Pn - C the kitchen, with the efficient gas
our Vie stick 306 ' “ range you ve long been wantin B- J UBt
g s tell us to come and get it. Select
1 your new range NOW.
$5.00 Down-12 Months to Pay Balance
Concord & Kannapolis Gas Co.
was thrown clear of the car. but
Bulwinkle lauded under it. The car 1
had to be lifted iu order to drag him
He was given every attention by
the townsfolk, white and colored and
carried to the hospital. Wariick ap
peared to be not badly hurt at the
time, but today he began to feel the
soleness from bin rough experienee,
ns well ns the necessity of beving his
bead bandaged from several gashes
and cuts. He left thi.s morning by
rnil for Newton.
Not “Trying It lin the Papers.”
Learned counsel for the Jvealthy
Mr, t'ole. after several statements
iu behalf of their client, strike a dig
nified |K>se and avow it is not their
purpose to “try the case in the pa
pers. There will be no statement,
they say. until the defense of their
client for killing the young man Or
mond is outlined in court.
Then said learned and astute coun
sel, eminently astute, announced
smilingly that there is hardly room'
for the slightest doubt that tlicilr
client will be promptly acquitted. In
(lcedj they are real cocky about it,
they let it be known to a representa
tive of “the papers” in which they do
not want to try the ease. No. indeed,
counsel for Mr. Cole are far above
such a thing as nsing columns of a
newspaper to creat a favorable senti
ment for their client. They merely
state he is innocent, not only of first
degree raurdep. as the state yyill claim,
hut of any other species of murder.
Sure, he walked up to a man and
Khot him a« ho eat smoking a cigar- 1|
lotto in his automobiio, but in doing I (
so ho committed no crime. in tho|i
opinion of conned who inform the J
world through the papers they want (
to keep out of the case.
The public might pick to pieces any j
statement that the defense would (
make at this time. It might be more (
favorably affected if the able lawyers J
on the defuse side merely look pleas- i
ed, smile and declare there is noth- i
ing to it.
Plenty of Petroleum Ahead. '
Review of Reviews. ]
So much has been said about our I
waste of petroleum and the danger of j
exhaustion of the supplies that it is ]
reassuring to get a much more cheer- I
fill report, from Mr. 3. Kdgar Pew, ]
President of the American Petroleum i
Institute, as to the future supply of <
petroleum in the I'nited States. Be- j
sere the wells are exhausted, this nu- i
thority predicts that science will have 1
found new ways of using oil more es- (
fectively and substitutes for petro- I
leum, which, together with the recourse
of water power and other natural i
energies, will prevent any shortage of <
energy disastrous to the human race.. ]
The survey estimates that present i
methods will obtain from existing oil 1
fields something like 5,300,000.000 j
barrels. But over and above this i
there will remain some 2(>.000,000,000 j
barrels in the present producing area, |
a considerable jiortion of which Mr. 1
Pew thinks can be recovered by Im
proved processes. i
USE PENNY COLUMN— IT PAYS j
."■i'i-".. 11 ■ 1 ■ 1 mi i■ .
The Early Bird
\\ Finds Earlier Birds
** ” at Hoover’s
J I So many men are coming ear
/Ilii to avo ’d the rush that there
nfltvsfw as ' 3Cen a rus h to see l ' le new
Suits ever since they ar-
In other 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
Set your alarm for tomorrow —
We’re all- set for you today. lntiuaßiip'YAamil
SCHLOSS NEW FALL SUITS- IfiffJßl*
$25.00 to $45.00
HOOVER'S, Inc. SSI
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS
Keeping Up With the Neighbors
When you feel yourself to he the equal or superior of
g another person, you do not follow his mistakes. If your
| neighbors spend all that they earn, don’t try to keep lip
} with them. Extravagance does not advertise the man
j who has money in the bank and property in his name,
j Thrift and a bank account will some day make you
| happier than your neighbors.
j CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK ,
| Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000.00
Make Your Summer
Free From Ice Worry,
Install Kelvin ator electric. refrigeration in your
refrigerator and you can forget all about ice deliv
ery this summer.
Kelvinator will keep your refrigerator much ™lcW
and your foods much better and longer. When you
go visiting it will stay cold while you are
Kelvinator requires no time or attention and M
trouble free. It usually costs less to operate Kelvi
nator than to buy ice. Phone or call for detaik
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
Th« 01d.., Do*..tic Electric Relr i,.r .Horn
Thursday, Sept. 10, 1