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0 / 75
110 PER CENT.
On nil orders for engraved ,> |
Christmas Cards placed during 1 1
the month of September. We j i
represent one of the best en
gravers in the country. Come < j
in and make your selection ear- j
ly while 3tock is fresh and com
S. W. Preslar ij
ICE CREAM EVERY DAY $
i 1 Ice cream was first made in X
1 ! Italy in 17fi(>. Mistress Dolly Q
j Madison, wife of the fourth 5
1 1 President of the l\ 8. A., was X
A the pioneer in serving this won- O
<l derful food product in this x
| | country. She served it at state X
i dinners in the White House Q
1 durng her husband’s adminis- X
5 tration in 1809. 5
TIMES-TRIBI NE ?EN’NY ADS.
Always get results t
8 THE UNIVERSAL CAR |
C' The true desire to be of service, the efforts of honest men, ijl
jjj the guarantee of a firm, or any other assurance offered jij
jij you by a car dealer is worthless unless there is back of ]![
X jt the ability to give the service you have a right to expect. X
!]! We have invested a large amount in modern machinery to jijj
X make our service department the best in this section. We Xj
1 j carry thousands of dollars worth of parts to insure every ij j
ij requirement being met. We have specially trained men X
X with years experience of servicing Ford cars. ji ,
V To you. as a Ford owner, this means a lower cost for your X
iji work by use of modern equipment and methods. Backed jj
jjj by a guarantee and a desire to serve, it positively assures X
X you of satisfaction at all times. ]X
i]i We would be glad to serve you. Ijl
REID MOTOR CO.
concord, n. c.
j; WE KNOW WE KNOW FORDS j!
;j; It’s Time to Think of Fall Cleaning |
jjj To fully appreciate our Cleaning and Correct press- 9
jij ing is to give others the once over.
X A phone call, will bring our truck. S
ji M. R. POUNDS
Dry Cleaning Department ?
I THE SMARTEST I
Fashion Points Approvingly
at These Dresses
j!j A VARIETY THAT ASSURES jij!
INDIVIDUALITY OF CHOICE jjj,
j Distinguished in their new- jjj
Jij ness of line these frocks are jij
jjj further distinguished by ele- flLi jjj
X gancies of tailoring and pains- iji
jjj taking care to details that be- I 1 !
jij speak the better garment. Each jjj
X style is a charming example
X of a mode high in favor. Fab
jij rics are excellent, emphasizing
jjj $6.75 *°$24.50 7}
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT ‘
j FISHER’S f
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected Weekly by Cline A Moose)
- Figures named represent prices
paid for produce on the market:
S Ini .40
. JCfern $1.35
Sweet Potatoes 1.75
Country Ham .30
I A Great Truth.
J Teacher: "John, give me a sen
ijtewe illustrating the wold diadem." i
i j John : (after pondering for a mo- \
jjment o itwo): "People who drink;
i i moonshine diadem sight quicker than
•! those who don’t.”
| Little Mabel was sitting on papa’s
j lap while mamma marceled her hair.
II She put up her hands and patted his j
it bald plate. "No waves for you. Dad
[ dy.” she said. ‘ You’re all beach."
J Fahrenheit, who designed the ther
mometer bearing his name, died in
j D’ORSAYS PERFUMES
Gibson Drug Store
The Rexall Store
Country Shoulder, .20
Country Sides .20
Young Chickens .25
Irish Potatoes $1.50
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1»25
Cotton 22 1-2
Cotton Seed .40
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
j Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
: the Concord postoffice is aa follows:
136—11:00 P. M.
36—10:00 A. M.
54 4:10 P. M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
30—11.00 P. M.
39 — 9 :30 A. M.
45 3:30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
i 29—11:00 P. M.
Mrs. Joe Deaton is seriously ill at
her home on East Depot street.
J. H. Drown, county welfare officer,
wen! to Morganton Thursday to place
in the State hospital there a woman
from this eounty.
Continued improvement is reported
! today in the condition of L. T. Hart
| sell. Jr., who underwent an opera
-1 tion for appendicitis in fl Charlotte
Every member of Concord Lodge
No. 51 K. of P. is requested to be
present this evening to welcome the
j Grand Chancellor of North Carolina
1 and other prominent Pythians who
i are expected to be present at the
Leading teams in the major leagues
, practically held their own Thursday.
! Pittsburgh Won while New York was
idle in the National League and Pltila
i del phi a gained half a game in the
| American League by splitting two
j games with New York while Wash
ington was idle.
Mrs. Lucy Richmond Bernhardt, of
Lenoir, is undergoing treatment in
a Charlotte hospital and her friends
here will be interested to know that
her condition is satisfactory. Mrs.
Bernhardt is a sister of Mrs. C. L.
White and L. M. and G. H. Rich
mond, all of this city.
Sergeant B. F. Widenhouse spends
much time each day now at Central
School, watching traffic at t’lie hours
when the children are dismissed. Traf
fic on the street his heavy at all
i times and it is probable that an officer
j will be stationed at the school for
\ the noon recess throughout the year.
Seven casese are on docket for trial
in recofiler's court this afternoon
One defendant is charged with pass
ing a worthless check, one with false
pretense, one with speeding and reck
less driving, three with speeding and
one with using profane and abusive
The name of Rev. W. (’. Warliek,
pastor of the Reformed Church at
Mt. Pleasant, was inadvertently omit
ted from the list of speakers at the <
opening of Mont Amoena in a story
! appearing in Thursday’s Tribune and
Times. Mr. Warliek wax heard with
much interest and pleasure in a very
. able address.
Charlotte climbed within one game
of Spartanburg in Jhe South Atlantic
race by defeating Columbia Thursday
while Spartanburg was losing to
Greenville. The teams play again
today ami tomorrow and if Charlotte
wins both games while Spartanburg is
losing one. rite former team will win
Chief of Police L. A. Talbirt and
Mrs. Talbirt have received a letter
front their son. Merlin, who is with
the United States navy. In his let
ter Mr. Talbirt stated that he was
in New Zealand after a trip through
the Panama Canal to San Francisco,
Honolulu and Australia. He expects
to be on the cruise for many months
Thursday night was in ideal one
j for sleeping anil many persons were
j heard to remark this morning that
< they "slept like a log.” Tempera
j tures here dropped about fifteen de
grees immediately following the rain
of the late afternoon and as there
was no increase later in the tempera
tures conditions were almost ideal
James Dorton, of the White Auto
Co., has on display in the Titnes-
Tribune office Thursday afternoon a
huge owl. The owl was caught in
No. 10 township by a colored man
who gave it to Mr. Dorton who in
turn gave it to a friend here. The
size of the owl aroused much interest
and many persons stopped to look it
over while it was on display.
Public schools of the city this af
ternoon completed the first week of
the present term. The week has been
| devoted mostly to organization nd
| classification and teachers have found
their work more difficult due to the
unusual heat. Work was suspended
at noon on several days because of
the heat, teachers finding it impossible
to keep the attention of their children
with the temperature more than 90
Employes in cotton mills in the
county are idle again this week-end
due to the curtailed power program
under which the plants are not op
erating. The drought continues to
such an extent that the Southern
Power Company cannot resume a full
schedule for local mills and the pres
ent schedule will remain in force un
til there have been sufficient rains in
western North Carolina to relieve the
present water shortage.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Winecoff
and son, Henry, and Dr. B. L. Griffin
motored to the mountains of North
Carolina and Virginia Thursday, vis
iting many places of interest. Mr.
Winecoff states that he saw more tur
keys in western North Carolina than
he had ever seen before, every farm
having as many as a hundred or
more. Rain is badly needed in the sec
tions visited. The party was in a
1 storm near Statesville on the return
Professor: “What was that word I
asked you to spell last night?”
; Student: “Gee, I had it on the tip
' of my tongue and forgot it.”
Professor: “Hey, hold on there, do
1 not swallow it, tt’a arsenic.”
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
- - - » • .
SAME OLD THING.
The school vacation period is tvvo-
I thirds gone, but since the vacation
“problem" for school girls and boys is
ever present the difficulties may be
worthy of consideration. It is the
Mecklenburg Times that is remark
ing: "Any school boy or girl_ougkt to
be able to earn at least $2 per day
during vacation * * * But where are
the jobs for them and would they
take the jobs at moderate if
they had the opportunity?” The
statement that "any school boy or
girl ought to be able to earn at least
$2 a day during vacation” taken in
too much territory. Many couldn't
earn that, even if they had the jab.
There are always more boys and girl
seeking jobs ("jobs” is used advised
ly: it isn't always "work" they want)
during vacation than there are places
to fill. But The Times comes close
to the real seat of the trouble when
■ it asks if ‘they would take the jobs
at moderate wages if they had the op
portunity." The main difficulty is
that so many of the youngsters are
too "choosy." If offered a job they
want to know its character and what
they are to be paid. Freqeuently
neither suits them, and they go their
way. Utterly failing tq recognize
the fact that they are as a rule in
experienced and can't earn as much
as persons of experience, they demand
the limit in pay. Frequently kind-
MADE A WELL MAN
OUT OF ME
Concord Cotton Mill Man Says
HERB JUICE Is Best Laxative
He Ever Used.
"Your HERB JUICE has convinc
ed me beyond a doubt that it is truly
a wonder worker and docs give al
most instant relief in the most se
vere causes of stomach and kidney
trouble, and knowing from experience
what it will do, I gladly add my name
to hel]) further its cause,” said Air.
O. L. Broom, highly connected with
the Brown Cotton Mill, Concord, N.
(’.. when he called to see the HERB
JUICE man a short time ago. "lie
fere ! commenced using HERB
JUICE.” continued Mr. Broom. “I
had been a coustant sufferer for a
number of years with stomach and
kidney troubles. I could not sleep
well at night on account of indiges
tion pains and would have to be- up
several times during the night be
cause f was bothered so much with
my kidneys. This broke me of my |
rest and sleep and I would arise in
the morning all worn out and feeling
worse than when I went to bed. It
is needless to say that I tried many (
different kinds of medicines, but nev
er found any genuine relief until I
started taking HERB JUICE, which
1 must admit is a truly wonder work
<rr. The first few doses relieved me j
nf the heavy burning feeling after eat- j
ing and now after using it for some
time. I feel as well as 1 ever did,
bowels and k : dneys are regulated, T
sleep splendidly at night ami get. up
in the morning feeling fit and ready!
for a hard day’s work. HERB
JUIUE has improved my general con-;
dition of health so much and restored
my health after other medicines had
failed, that I feel as though it is my .
duty to recommend it to other suffer
ers that they too may know about it,
take it. and be benefited in the same j
way. I expect to keep a bottle in my j
home from now on, when I need a
good laxative, it will be HERB
JUICE for me.’ My wife is also us
ing HERB JUICE with wonderful re
sults and thinks it is the best laxative ;
and system builder on the market.”
HERB JUICE is sold and guaran
teed to give satisfaction or money re
funded by Gibson Drug Store.
Gel Rid of Your Did 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 well deliver and con
your old nect it—all ready to use. A fine, new, shining,
Coal, Wood, Oil or clean rang* for a nice kitchen.
, The $lO to apply on This is your chance to start new in
i the purchase price the kitchen,, with the efficient gas
of any Gas Range m range you’ve long been wanting. Just
, our b, e ,tock - tell u. to come and get it Select
1 1 ' your new range NOW.
1 $5.00 Down-12 Months to Pay Balance
i» % Ur ’ t
Concord & Kannapolis Gas Co.
hearted persons give jobs to these
young people, simply to help them
along, when they aren't really needed,
- only to find to their disgust that the
i youngsters feel that they are eonferr
i ing a ravor rather than receiving one.
» In addition to being unwilling to work
> lor v modest wages until they have
. demonstrated the capacity to earn,
) and unable to realize that they must
; gain experience at the expense of the
, employer. litany of the youngsters are
: very particular about the character
f of their work.. They won't take on
? the work of a menial, unable to real
r ize that any honorable work i.x hon
, orable and that the humblest task may
, be dignified, glorified, by the industry
t and the efficiency with which it is per
formed. And so it is that the lnimb
j let- tasks are often more numerous
than the workers, while the school
people looking for vacation jobs com
, plain they can get no work, in which
j complaint many well meaning but ill
! advised people are all the titine join
But. prise be, there are many
; youngsters who are willing to do their
. best at any task assigned, who are
willing to demonstrate their ability to
earn before they say much about pay.
These are the future success*, the
future captains of industry, the men
and women who will run the world.
There are not too many of them.
There is room in the ranks—always
room in the ranks of those who have
the will to try.
To supply the d'nning tables of
one of the big ocean liners require*
270,000 pieces of glassware.
JOHN \V. CLINE STOCK OF
GOODS FOR SALE.
The entire stock of goods in the
store of J. AV. Oline on East Depot
street in Concord for sale in hulk pri
Persons desiring to bid ou snme
will do so in writing addressed to
either Airs. J. W. Cline or J. Lee
Crowell, Attorney, Concord, N. C,
MRS. L. I. CLINE.
J. LEE CROWELL, Atty.
K. OK P. NOTICE.
Hon. T. D. Mears. Grand Cltan
celor of North Carolina Knights of
Pythias, and other prominent Pyth
ian* will visit Concord Lodge No. 51
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. A large
attendance is desired. .
E. E. PEEI.E, C. C.
f 1 ? f r? I^TTTT
15 DAY EXCURSION
Southern Railway System
Thursday, September 17th, 1925
] j; Round trip faro from Com'ord, N. C. 00
i Tickets on sale September 17th only, good 15 days in addition to *
j .. date of sale.
Tickets good in Pullman, sleeping and parlor ears. Raggagc checked. "
i Tickets good going regular train -1 September 17th. returning good I
-j on all regular trains so as to reach home station prior to midnight. Oe- ■
|i tober 2nd.
.! tirand opportunity to visit friends in the middle west.
1 Rig league baseball games at Cincinnati and racing at I.ntonia.
d For detailed information and reservations call on nearest South--
-j cm Railway Agent.
0 M. E. WOODY, R. H. GRAHAM.
J Ticket Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
Concord, N. C. Charlotte, N. C.
v ® / SAYS
Well. Dawes stuck a Ashing hook
In his Anger. Wish we could Met
* hoard him getting It out.
Snake bit a man In Colorado. Hi
1 went SO miles to a doctor Though!
■ everybody knew what to do for a
Things are so quiet in Chicago
this summer you can hear them rob-,
bing hotels half a block away.
1 Open air Is good for people, but
don’t keep your teeth out In the
open too long at a time.
Chicago wants to be a state all by,
Itself. And there are lots of tails
which want to wag dogs.
" —'—l V.
Maybe they tried to kidnap'»
movie star named Mary PlckfarA
Anyway, here’s her name in our pie
per -**«■«.' L
/Pride may goeth before a Call, but
it also cometh with a fall hat,'
All the good people are not dead.
They are Just quiet. (
Living a long time take# a~ great
many years and a pOe A of
I money and philosophy. -
i ' . v. __
’Never Judge the quality
man’s religion by what he .says
when his wife la mad at hlm»r~ ",
/We like summer betfeflWin
ter because our'gadsa, week*. better
f* '< —N ‘
Dessert seems to be a food whloh
comes and goes only with company,
(Copyright, IMS, NBA Service, ha)
“Yon say the neighbors are talk
ing about Mr. Meekson?”
“Yes; because they sec him out
with the lawnmower in the morning
and with the baby carriage in the
afternoon, they say he has no push."
Rill; “What is the hardest kind
Jill: “I give It up/’
Bill: “Why, Castile (cast-steel), of
| take their first view into 1926.
Our Opening Fall Clothing An
! rWjjfe It tells you that this great
stock of new clothes—new
i iJflk'* » clothes and new colors—only
1 ! aßw / awaits your Royal Presence to
i i tßr / / make its final debut.
< It asks you eagerly and sin
i . */ cerely to take away from your
• business or leisure enough time to simply look at simply
the greatest collection of men’s garments since you have
X known clothing,
j 9 Hundreds of Suits at $25 to $45.
8 Models that are going to be hits—none that have struck
\ Strange hues—new tones—pulse quickengrs—that urg«
( ownership. I
! A pleasure for us to,show clothes from « show that wilt
delight your summer’s weary spirit. : %
TOMORROW AT HOOVER’S SfPP
i HOOVER’S,Inc. gll
j “THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS
: 1 PHONE 244 OR 279
Up With (he Neighbor,
When you feel yourself to be the equal or superior of
another person, you do not follow his mistakes. If your
neighbors spend all that they earn, don’t try to keep up
with them. Extravagance does not advertise the man
who has money in the bank and property in his name.
Thrift and a bank account will some day make you
happier than your neighbors.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK l
I Capital $400,000.00 Resources Over $3,000,000.00
| FAST COLOR FABRICS FOR
Serviceable School Frocks
" DUMARI PRATED ZEPHYR in a long range of new
;. neat patterns —the colors are warranted fast 45C
; A 59c value on sale at
i BUTTERFIELD PRINTS. A heavier weight than
t Zephyr. In hew and novel patterns and fast guaranteed
[ colors. A 59c value on 45/* yd*
H sale at -
■ GUARANTEED COLORFAST SATIN FINISH
: PRINTS- Your money back if it fades. Makes an unus- I
* ually pretty school dress for growing miss 50/* yd
' A 75c value for T OJ/C
\ PUNJAB FAST COLOR PRINTED ZEPHYR. In new
■ dark and light prints. Small neat (designs. 25c
\ GUARANTEED FAST COLOR BRITISH BROAD
] CLOTHS. In checks, stripes and Prints, for the junior-]
jj miss. Smart and economical. .Formerly 79C y^*
a priced at $1.25 yard. On sale now at ■
jj PETER PAN GINGHAMS- You well know the relia
; biiity of this cloth. " 45/* y^>
| Now on sale
1 AN ABSOLUTE CLOSE OUT of every pair of CHIL
[ ’ DREN’S SCHOOL HOSE in the Housfc:
19c and 25c Hose 12c
35c and 39c .Hose 22/*
50c and 65c Hose „ 2Qr*
Only, One Table of These Unusual Hose Values—No
More to Be Had at The Price
’ will lease space on second floor for froHmqidnft, alterations, and hem
j »HUWng—Re/jrence required. Apply la person to Ernest Robinson.
Friday. September 11, la .*