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ge Outfit $24.75
'ess and Springs
fillers. Finished Walnut, Mahogany, jj
fd with double looks, very strong and |
hat never fail to work.
§ Extra Heavy National Spring, reinforced on sides to prevent sagging, j
s IBooks made on springs. No rails or slats necessary.
i Forty-five ponnd cotton mattress, made of all new material. Fancy f
i tick, in blue or p'nk,
IK. . 1
The above outfit is guaranteed and we will replace any piece that
fails to give good service.
New Goods arriving daily. Come in and look them over. No obli- |
gat ion to buy.
gConcord Furniture Co.
I THE RELIABLE FI KNIT! RE STORE
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JOHNSON'S PURE PORK
I j IT IS DELIVERED FRESH EVERY DAY TO j|
YOUR GROCER A\
Price Only 20 Cents a Pound
TIRES and TUBES I
And the Prices Are Right
Standard and Sinclair Gasoline |
and Motor Oil
Goodyear and Lancaster Tires and 1
Free Air! Free Water! Free Service!
Yorke & Wadsworth Co.
The Old Reliable Hardware Store
Union and Church Streets
Phone 30 Phone 3C
J.IJ 1111. I 1- " g|gg
1, Women’s Cloth Coats Luxurious
the Furs That Embellish Them jj
„ These Coats adhere to the simple in !'
8 ~UrMsa st y le ' with the most skilful attention giv- ij
[ en to line. They are of the richer fabrics |!
reserved for fashioning the finer modes,
fe Every detail is in perfect harmony, each j
1 FW/ garment; having that very desirable sea- |
9 L jj&f ture—distinction. At Special Prices !j
I J[ $16.95 ' $39.50
I IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
~ Concord Daily Tribune
r TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
h The time of the dosing of mails at
I*" the Concord postoffice is as follows:
136-J1:00 P. M.
4 :10 P. M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
80—11:00 P. M.
! SO— 9:30 A. M.
] 45 3 :30 P. M.
! 135 8:00 P. M.
i 29—11:00 P. M.
r j R. C. Killian, of Lenoir, has oo
|" ; cepted a position in Efird's and will
i. be connected with the ready-to-wear
f i department of the store. He began
■I 1 bis new duties in Concord this morn
la iDK -
I" According to a deed filed Thursday
r at the court house here Samuel
L Sloop, of Rhode Island, has sold to
- W. B. Sloop for $lO and other vain
f" able considerations one-fifth interest
'1 in property on North Union street.
;■ Dr. S. E. Lee, who has been hold
!' ing a tubercular clinic in Concord
}!! this week, and Miss Margaret Ford,
I- County Tuberculosis Nurse, are
!“ spending today in Kannapolis, where
th£ are holding a clinic.
}., I. I. Pavis, Jr., suffered an injury
| to his right eye several days ago when
ts I practicing a machine shot, the club
i» | striking in a number of pebbles, one
}' jof which cut Mr. Pavis’ eye. The
£ injured eye is improving satisfaetor
!• il.v now, it is reported,
i- Raymond Kluttz. who was opera t
t ed on at the Concord Hospital for
j. the removal of his appendix, will be
|“ taken to his home on Franklin avenue
£ this evening. Mr. Kluttz' recovery
from the operation has been unusually
| The condition of R. P. Benson, re
.... cuperafing at the Concord Hospital
from a recent stroke of apoplexy, is
» so much improved that he hopes to
, be able to return to his home on
i Spring street within the next several
1 Tile Carolinn-Wake Forest football
. j game at Chapel Hill tomorrow will
i i be witnessed by a number of local
[I fans. The game probably will have
l j much bearing on the state ehampion-
H ship and for that reason is of more
| interest than any other game to be
i staged in the state this week.
i An edition of the Y. M. C. A. paper
| is now being prepared for the press
, and will be out in several weeks. This
sheet is sent out all over tile I’nited
[ States atid to a number of foreign
i countries, Mr. Blanks receiving a
1 number of congratulatory messages on
Only three eases are scheduled to
be tried in recorder's court this as
• ternoon. according to a report by po
m lice officers. Two defendants are
B charged with speeding and the other
ij with violating the prohibition law. 1
g The tatter defendant is Hoy 1,. Spry,
•j who was arrested in Wilson at the
B request of local officers.
B Three sets of brothers face one an-
H other now when the Davidson varsity
■ and freshmen football teams meet in
I practice. Two of the brothers are
§ Dan and Charles Ritchie, of thiscity,
It Charles being a member of the varsity
i squad while Dan is fighting for a
a place on the freshman team. The
sj work of the brothers has been of high
g order so far this season.
a Reports from Nevin Sappenfield,
| who is in Charlotte at the Sanator
-9 ium since his leg was broken in last
| Saturday's football game, indicate
8 that he is getting along as well as
| can be expected. The cast has not
yet been placed on the broken limb,
owing to the fact that the flesh wound
will have to heal before this can be
Pittsburgh and Washington will
fight the world series this year.
M ashington clinched the pennant in
the American League Thursday by
defeating Cleveland two games while
Philadelphia was losing to St. Louis.
Pittsburgh clinched the National
League pennant Wednesday. The
two teams will begin the world series
on October 7th in Pittsburgh.
While temperatures during Thurs
day were not so low, it was delight
fully cool again at night as has been
the case during most of the week.
Overhanging clouds, bringing threats
of rain, probably have accounted for
J the lower temperatures, but they have
| not sent the rain that is badly needed
| by some and not so badly needed by
i The Davidson-Wofford football game
[ at Davidson tomorrow afternoon .
i should be a hard fought, tight battle,
i The two teams, according to pre- |
season dope, seem about evenly I
i matched with the breaks expected '
j to determine the winner. The game
, will begin at 3 o'clock at Richardson
i Field and a numbers of fans from
j this city plan to see it.
1 Hopeless Cripple Under Arrest on a
i Liquor Charge.
i Monroe, Sept. 24.—W. H. Huntley.
\ aged 46, and a man with a body and ,
i legs, was arrested here yesterday for
| retailing. The officers found in his
possession six gallons of corn whis
key. Huntley, who was bom a crip
\ pie, is a native of Wythe county,
i Virginia, and says that in that moun
i tain section be suffered further afflic
| tions from rheumatism. He came
to Monroe about nine months ago,
looking for a more favorable climate.
Since a resident here, he has made
his living by selling fruits on the
; streets until June, when the city al
i dermen legislated fruit carts and
wagons off the streets of Monroe.
j There are two sides to every ques
tion, but some of the questions now
being widely debated in this happy
land are like the bass drum, of which
6 it was said that after you had lis
ji tened to both aides'of it you hadn't
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TOE CONCORD DMLV TRIBUNE
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Suite 403 Cabarrus Savings Bank
“Osteopathy treats any illness for
which people consult a doctor.”
Phone: Office 914; Res. 557
Our New Mechanically Refrig
I Autopolar Foun
keeps ice cream in the most 1
perfect condition. With this
new .automatic refrigerating
device, it is possible to hold the ■
temperature "to the zero mark
if desired, and this insures all
ice cream and drinks in the
best of condition.
Pearl Drug Co.
On the Square Phone 82 |
10 PER CENT.
1 1 1 Christmas Cards placed during i I
I I [ the month of September. We | ]
i] i represent one of the best en- ' i
1 1 gravers in the country. Come ] 1
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i] i ly while stock is fresh and com- \ i
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CONCORD COTTON MARKET
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K, 1925 I
Cotton a—. 23 1-2 2
Cotton Seed T —.53 1-2 jg
CONCORD PRODUCE |
(Corrected Weekly by Cline k Moose) |
Figures turned represent prices |
paid for produce on the market:
Egge -40 fi
Corn - £ $1.35 g
Sweet Potatoes 1.75 |
Turkeys * .* .25 to .30
Country Ham .30
Country Shoulder .20
Country Sides A. .20
Young Chickens .25
Hens ; .18
Irish Potatoes 51.60
The poet Byron bad a clubfoot
which caused him untold embarrass
ment. Talleyrand waa also dub-,
HIGH POINT WOT ©N
THE P. AND N. PROGRAM
Mr. Morrison Says the Matter Blag
Re Discussed Liter. However.
High Point*. Sept. 24.—Ex-Gover
nor Cameron Morrison will confine
his effortts to prevent to the proposed
extension of the Piedmont and North
ern Railroad from Charlotte to Wins
ton-Salem rather than through Thom
asville and High Point.
This information was conveyed in
a letter received from Mr. Morrison
yesterday by *tbe local Clumber ot
Commerce. Thn communication was
in reply to a letter which Secretary
Frinke Sizemore, of the Chamber of
Commerce, wrote Mr. Morrison ask
ing that he make an effort )o have
the Duke line extended here.
The ex-governor stated that he con
siders this an time to
broach the matter inasmuch as he is
endeavoring to have the line extended
to the Twin City. Mr. Morrison
said ibis was being done not because
Winston-Salem was any dearer to
him than High Point, but because tbe
Norfolk and Western Railroad has
its tracks through the Twin City.
Mr. Morrison said in hi sletter that
he hoped circumstances will arise so
that a little later the nutter may
A government censor is present - in
every newspaper office in Italy. Some
issues have to be “made up” five or
six times before they are approved.
The result of this suppression is a
secret press opposed to Mussolini.
:jj Made in Carolinas Exposition, Char- ! ;
lotte, N. C., Sept. 21-Oct 3,1925
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North Carolina. South Carolina. Virginia, including Washington, D. 11
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fi Tickets on sale Sept. 29th to October 3, 1925, inclusive. Final limit
<; all tickets good to reach original starting point prior to midnight Oc- I
C i tober 5, 1925.
j f The Made in Carolinas Exposition is bigger and better than ever ' '
| Wonderful program has been arranged for tills show this year,
j For detailed information call on any Southern Railway agent or ad- *j
R. H. GRAHAM,
Division Passenger Agent, J
Charlotte, N. C. - ■
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. in disguised as a radio station.
Pullman porters say they don’t
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they don’t want to be called at all.
When a man la kicking about
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Another evil of prohibition Is it
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