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Complete Outfit For $28.75
| This All Steel Bed, exactly like cut. Two inch posts, i
| Three cane panels in head and three in foot. Keautiful [
1 mahogany finish that will not come off, Counted on all j
I metal casters, easily moved about the room. National j
I Springs. Enameled to prevent rusting. Extra heavy i
| bands on sides to strengthen springs. Forty-five pound
I cotton mattress, made of all new sanitary material. Good •
I fancy art tick. Bed $12.50, Springs $6.50, mattress jj
| $!1.75. Outfit for $28.75
I Other Steel Beds in two-inch 75 t 0 S2B 50
I Every piece of goods we sell is guaranteed to please or f
r-money refunded. *
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i IT IS DELIVERED FRESH EVERY DAY TO !
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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Starter and Demountable Rims Extra
Sedan Tudor $580.00
All Prices F. O. B. Detrit
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Corbin and Church Streets Phone 220
When You Start To Build
The rignt time to take out insurance is when you Stan
buildug. Then if through any cause your building snould
burn, even before completed, the Insurance will cover vour
fletzer & Yorke Insurance Agency
’ „ Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co.
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THE SPECIALTY STORE
Headquarters for All ? 1
Athletic and Gym Equipment
S.UnionSt Opposite Court House
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||» Concord Daily Tribune
ji TfME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
the; Concord postofjjce is as follows:
136—*1:00 P. M.
:QO A. M.
34 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.
j! LOCAL MENTION
U Colon-Gardner, of Concord, has ac
r- cepted a position with the Southern
ai Public Utilities Company, of Char
“j Miss Virgie Cook, trained ntlrwe.
has gone to the home of her brother
-1 in No, 5 township, where she will
ij spend several moutits recuperating.
jl Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Barnhnrdt. .Tr„
t| expect to move this week into their
■j haudsome new home ou the corner
I of North Union and Barrow streets.
if According to a deed filed at the
jj court house Saturday Mrs. Lillie Lin
i!f ker T.ipe has sold to S. A. Linker for
!] S4O property in No. 9 township.
ij Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Thornburg and
jjj Mr. and Mrs. Cephas I.itaker have
1 moved into their beautiful new homes
ij on South Union street.
"t Mr. and Mrs. Price Doyle will oc
.:} eupy the Verberg residence on Loan
J street as soon as it is vacated by Mr.
jj and Mrs. E. C. Barnhardt.
jj Tiic second week of Cabarrus Coun
-4 ty Superior Court began this morn
-3 ing. civil oases to be tried through
i i out the week. .Tudge H. P. Lane is
fj| presiding at sessions of the court.
w Tile colored fair closed at the fair
grounds Friday, officials reporting
r fine attendance throughout the week.
Favorable weather prevailed through
out the week and fine interest was
1 Eugene Robinson, son of Mr. and
| Mrs. C. A. Robinson, of this city,
i ’has been elected president Os the se
-1 nipr class at the Medical College of
[ Virginia at Richmond. liis under
graduate work was done at the Uni
versity of North Carolina.
| Mr. and Mrs. (J. (1. Richmond and
daughter, Miss \Villic Richmond, who
for about 20 years have made their
home at Bedford, Va.. have moved to
Concord, and will occupy the former
residence of C, L, White, on Georgia
F. ('. Xibloek has gone to Wash
ington where he will he one of the
three delegates from North Carolina
S to the V M. C. A. National Conven
- titon which is being held there this
>. week. Mr. Niblock is president of
the local association.
Efird's windows are making a dis
play of the Pavley-Oukraihsky bal
let pictures and are attracting much
attention. Large numbers of ]>eo
pie gathered round them soon after
they were placed there and from the
comments, it seems likely that a large
1 number will attend the performance.
! Dowd Shinn has accepted a posi
i tion with Cline's Pharmacy, having
begun his duties this morning. He
succeeds Hiram Caton. Jr., who re
signed his position with the drug
store to devote his time to the swing
business conducted by his fnther, Hi
ram P. Caton.
The Concord Theatre offers Harold
! Lloyd’s "The Freshman.” today. It's
a story of n youth who goes to col
lege with a carefully laid plan for
becoming the school's greatest hero,
i But the best laid plaus of the ambi-
I ticus oft go awry, and Harold's do,
until he gets into the right track.
M. M. Linker, manager of the Bell
& Harris Funeral Parlors, plans to
move his business to its new home on
South Union street this week. Final
1 touches Jj*..the haudsome building will
, be added early this week and Mr. Lin
i ker plans to occupy the building dur
| ink the latter part of the week.
Nine cases are to be tried in re
corder's court this afternoon, police
officers stated this morning. Five de
fendants are charged with being in
toxicated, one with operating a ear
while intoxicated, one with carrying
B a concealed weapon, one with violat
ing a city ordinance and one with us
Despite the rain of the morning a
good sized audience was present for
the Sunday school institute at Gilead
Church yesterday afternoon. The in
stitute was for Sunday Schools in No.
5 township and the program was car
ried out by departmental secretaries
of the County Sunday School Asso
Carolina was the only state, team
to win a football game Saturday. V.
M. I. defeated State, Furman defeat
ed Davidson, Florida defeated IVake
Forest, and William and Mary de
feated Duke. Carolina won from Mer
cer 3 to 0, Aue to Underwood’s field
goal. In the biggest game in the
South Alabama won from Georgia
Tech 7 to 0. *
In their closing session in Charlotte
J Saturday, teachers of the western dis-
S trict of the State Teachers’ Associa-
X tion voted to meet next year in Salis
-5 bury. Charlotte and Gastohia also
9 invited the teachers to meet with them
X but the Salisbury invitation won by
D three votes. Sessions of' the meeting
BI were attended by many-local teach-
a Nevin happen field, Concord boy
j who broke bis leg in the first game
l of the season for‘Davidson, attended
I the Davidson-Furman football game
| in Charlotte Saturday. During the
j period between the halves, a large
j crowd of friends gathered . round him
9 to congratulate him on being able to
O get. out of the hospital. He is ex
( pec ted to 'be home Tuesday or Wed
| neaday of this week. /
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
When a man says hell never
marry it la just because he doesn’t
know what kind of girls there are
in the world.
Be quiet. Then you will know
what others think of you. And they
won’t know what you think of them.
Don't tell all you know. It is dis
couraging to learn how little it
really Is. i
Sometimes one person doesn’t liko
1 J another because they are alike
which Is embarrassing to both.
il ' —~
_ i The man who doesn't find fault
‘j With you-is your worst enemy.
j Being mistaken now and then isn't
: half as big a mistake as never being
i mistaken. , ,
(Copyright. m». NBA SrrvJe* Inrj
. DOOMED BY ATTACK '
ON NEW YORK GIRL
Georgian Is Sentenced to ('hair For
Assaulting a Pedestrian en Route
, ’Special Dispatch to X. Y. World.
Swainsboro, Ga„ Oct. 24.—A jury
consisting mostly of farmers today :
I convicted O. A. Wheeler, thirty-five.
‘ of assaulting Pauline Jacobs, a Joung
1 woman "who came to Georgia Trcm
New Y'ork en route to Floridn, amt
Judge Hardleman sentenced him to
i death. He is to go to the chair'De
cember 11 th.
With only a slight show of emotion
Wheeler stood up to receive sentence.
His aged father, who came from JTolm
' son, a neighboring county, to attend
the trial, completely broke down.
Wheeler's mother is dead. He is a
married man. but a few months ago
he and his wife separated. There is
It is believeu tne jury determined.
upon the death penalty for Wheeler j
after another jury had given W. A.!
THAT HANGS ON
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hibits germ growth.
Os all known drugs, creosote is tpc
ognized by high medical authorities M
one of tho greatest healing agencies-for
persistent coughs and colds and other
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contains, in addition to creosote, othef '
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of the trouble and checks the growth
of the germs.
Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfac
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bronchitis and other forms of respira
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ing up the system after colds or flu.
Money refunded if any cough or cold fa
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directions. Ask your druggist. Cteo
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Gas Room Heater
Think what an opportunity! Right now when finornings and evenings are
sharp, when coming days will be cold and rainy and dismal, we install a
grand new gas heater in your home, connect it free and leave it right there
for you Jo use It) days!
HEATERS FOR HOMES WITH OR WITHOUT FIREPLACE
Heaters for bedroom, bath, living room, or dining room. Come to the
store and see the many .new styles. Make application for FREE TRIAL IN
STALLATION at- once as we’ll have many requests for them, and only a ,
limited number of heaters will be sent out.
j PHONE 142 TODAY (
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j| Concord & Kannapolis Gas Company
INasworthy a twenty-year sentence
earlier in the week for his part in the
assault upon the young. Woman be
es uset it was generally known, to them
I j that Wheeler had been charged with
( the offense on two other occasions.
1 j This was not brought out in the
> trial, as Wheeler did not put his char
acter l'n evidence, but neighborhood
’ jurors knew of it as thoroughly-as ifj.
t they had heard all about it from the!
i, witness box.
j The girl told the same story on the
, i stand in the Wheeler case that
lated to the graud jury and to the
i court during the Nasworthy trial.
| The main difference between her
! story and the one related by Wheeler
I was that they promised to take her
lon to Floridn and that she thought
| she was on her way there during the
rde in the afternoon—the roads being
unfamiliar to her; that the arrival at
I i lie "bachelor quarters” was a eom
plete surprise to her; find that she y
was kept a prisoner there all' night,
| taken down the road next morning and
again assaulted and left in an uncon
scious condition. ,
1 ‘T have no people," she told the!
Court, "or at least, if I have I don't
know it. I came to the United States j
, from Russia eleven years ago—lenv-1
ing my parents there. I don’t know 1
whether they are living or dead. I
struggled hard to make ray way in I
New York but just simply could not
gel along and live right—so I left. I
had heard of the fortunes being made
in Florida and that it was easy to get j
down there, so I decided to get there
even if I had to walk.”
It was reported here this morning
that defense will make further inves
tigation in Xeyr York into the girl’s
character before an appeal which had
been filed is heard.
Y. M. C. A. Will Admit Non-
Church Members to Its Voting lasts. '
Washington. Oct. 241—The Young '
Men's Christian associations of
North America for the first, time in
history, voted today lo open its fot
ing membership to non-church mem- 1
bers providing they subscribed to a
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1
I Regular meeting of Concord Lodge
No. 404 Loyal Order of Moose Mon
day evening at 8 o’clock. All mem
bers requested to be present.
W. J. HETHCOX, Sec.
The finest import-;
ed Flower Bulbs,
s % |
cinths, Choice Tu
lips and Lilies di
rest from France ‘
Pearl Drug Co.
On the Square Phone 22
stipulate) doe'aration of faith. Tl»» Q
.’unvent ion, which was opened to
day with an address by President
Ceolidge, subjected the chajf*e in ]
policy to extended debate, in which i
one school of thought strongly urged 1
limitation of active membership to |
men and Aoya belonging to crange- 1
lical churches. The Ural vote for the 1
change in policy was more than \
I three to one. The convention today ji
cl cot ml Charles P. Taft, sccohd, of I 1
Cincinnati, as Its president. ]
the finish ol
flqors, doors and wood 2
Q work. Try OCedar Polish
I on one article and you'll
I want to O-Cedar Polish j
your entire home. This fa- V .
mous liquid beautifier re- ■ i
I stores the original lustre 1 • !
A without hard rubbing. 1 ( |
A Fine for automobile bodies. I ij
And a little goes a long
way. Just try one bottle.
Soldeverywhere in various Aj
sizes from 30c to $3. »
M "deans t1) r n
Brings rest in the day
time and sleep at night.
COUGH REMEDY I
is relied upon by people every- X
where for bronchial, '“flu” and 8
whooping coughs, croup, tick- 8
ling throat and troublesome “
night coughs. No narcotics. a
Benefits both children and grown- uds.
Gibson Drag Store.
X DIAMOND CLUSTER! jl
i RING ■.| | |
5 JSeven stoiies set in plat- J
inum with a white gold j ' j
| shank, priced at $65.00 ] i
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JEWELER | j
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2«, 1923
Cotton .20- 1-4
Cotton seed ' .40.1-2
ftk iHft’S.'isf. MIWUMff
Suite 403 Cabarrus Savingi Bank
“Osteopathy treats any illness for ~
which people consult a doctor." a
Phones: Office 014; Bee. 167
■ -'"T" . :
& J, You Certainly Can Afford |
a HooVer's Suit this Fall! j
You .cannot, in truth, nf- j
ford to go lower cost j
Q \ if you could, we would
Bf have cheap garments here
kVi I ntunity amounts to somc
ill X *^ or . e paying ;
I At $19.50 no man in shoe leather can give you a gar
ment worth carrying home.
it's better to trust a ship with life savers than a canoe
with a leaky hull.
"New Woolen Hose Fall Sweaters Fall Caps
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| PHONE 244 OR 279
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The resources of this bank are available to its custom- I
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we iffvite you to investigate our facilities to meet your §
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.. ’ PHONE 799 ,
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1 M match and in a few minutes
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Office and Show Room 39 E, Corbin St. Office Phone 334 W
OUR PENNY UDS. ALWAYS GET RESULTS*
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Monday, October ?d l'T’S