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i/Inkle 'Fashioned Oxfords
DRESS UP YOUR ANKLES!
Match the trim neatness of your silk
hose with ankle-fashioned Nuim-Buih
oxfords. Their exclusive hug-the-ankle
snugness prevents gapping or slipping.
And remember— TAN before six, BLACK aj Ur six.
I Nunri-Bush |
I 10 Per Cent. Discount For Cash
■ \ ON ORDERS FOR
Engraved Christmas Cards
B On all orders received for Christmas Cards before De- "
I :ember Ist, we will allow 10 per cent, discount for cash r
H from our already low prices. We have in stock a bealtti- \
B "ul line of these cards, and can furnish them on a few ji
| hours’ notice. Call and see samples.
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JOHNSON’S PURE PORK
; | IT IS DELIVERED FRESH EVERY DAY TO <jl
]|| YOUR GROCER J |
, * Price Only 20 Cents a Pound
When You Start to Build
The right time to take out insurance is when you start ‘
building. Then if through any cause your building should
burn, even before completed, the Insurance will cover
Fetzer & Yorke Insurance Agency
Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co.
P. B. FETZER A. JONES YORKE
| Y. M. C. A. Members Take Notice!
THE SPECIALTY STORE
Headquarters for All
Athletic and Gym Equipment
S. Union St. Opposite Court House |
? nnnyi n!?W|,
Our Penny ADS. Get Quick Results
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the dosing of mails at
the Concord postotjjce in aa follows:
136-ill :00 P. M.
S6»MO:0O A. M.
34 4 :10 P. M.
38 — 8 :SO P. M.
30 —11:00 P. M.
30— 9 :30 A. M.
45 3 :30 P. M.
185— 8:00 P. M.
20—11:00 p. M.
LOCAL MENTION |
The condition of P. G. Cook, who
has beeji ill for some time, is not im
Rotarians of Concord will meet at
the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow at 12:30
o'clock for their weekly meeting.
Mrs. Ernest Hicks is confined to
her home on East Depot street by ill
ness. Her condition today is report
ed as unimproved.
Marriage license was issued Mon
day by Register of Deeds Elliott to
Otto Conner and Miss Ruth Barn
hnrdt. both of KaunaiHrlis.
The Pavley-Oukraiusky Bullet per
formance will begin this evening at
8 o'clock at the High School auditor
ium. Large numbers of tickets are
still unsold, according to Mr. Blanks.
The general public is invited to St.
Stephens Lutheran Church Thursday
night for the Thanksgiving program
>to he rendered by members of the
church. The program will begin at
7 :30 o’clock.
Police officers this morning report
ed that .s<lo was collected in Hues and
costs in police court Monday after
noon. No aggravated cases were
tried at the session cf court, five de
fendants paying the s<lo.
Public schools of the city will close
tomorrow afternoon for the remainder
of the week, the usual Thanksgiving
holiday period to be given. this year.
Work will be resumed in the schools
Monday morning wit’ll Thursday and
Friday as holidays. •
While many Concord persons will 1
meter to Chapel Hill for the Cnrolina-
Virg nia game, others will go on the
special car which will leave here <fh
Thanksgiving morning. While these i
persons are at Chapel Hill others J
from here will be at •avidsoa, watch
ing the Presbyterians and Duke Meth
odists in action.
Ginning- in the county up to the
present indicate that the crop is prac
tically normal, according to George 1
W. Lee. County Statistician. T’p to
November 14 this year. 12,400 bales
of cot foil had been ginned in Cabar
rus County while up to the same date
last year, only 9.831 bales were gin
A few frozen auto radiators were
reported in the city this morning al-!
though most of the cars wh ! eh were i
parked in garages during the night
seem to have escaped damage. Alcohol I
for radiators was sold by many ga
rages and drug stores Monday and this 1
morning, this being the first time
Hits year that alcohol was needed in I
Several of the downtown Churches
will hold a union service on Thanks-1
giving morn'ng. Tlie services will be I
held in tlie Associate Reformed Pres- !
byterinn Church of which Rev. M. R.
Gibson is pastor. The general public
is iuvited to the service. It is under
stood that some other churches in the
city plan to have Thanksgiving ser
vices Thttr-day morning.
AVnday nightlwas the coldest night
of the preserit winter. Low tempera
tures prevailed Sunday night and
throughout Monday, with lower tem
peratures Monday night. , lee was
reported in ail parts of,the city this
morning, and frozen water pipes were
not rare as a result of the cold
weather. Slowly rising temperatures
are reported for tomorrow.
Despite the rains of the past sev
eral weeks the road from Concord to’
Monroe is in fine shape. Just below
Midland there is one section of the
road that is rough but road forces
are working on it now and plan to
put it in excellent condition. A num
ber of Coneord persons motored to
Monroe Sunday, many of them using
this road for the first time.
CHURCH AT SALISBfRY
Haven Church Was Dedicated Last
Salisbury, Nov. 23. —Haven Evan
gelical Lutheran church was dedicat
ed Sunday afternoon, the dedicatory
sermon being preached by Dr. J. L.
Morgan, president of the Lutheran
Synod of North Carolina. Rev. G.
Herman Cooper is pastor of this
church frhieh is located an West
Harrison street. The membership en
rollment is over 300 and the regular
organizations of a Lutheran church
Haven church was first called Mt.
Zion and was organized in 1899 by
Rev. William A. Julian. At first the
congregation worship in a school
building but one Thursday evening
j when they gathered for their usual
prayer service they found the school
house had been let for a show that
night and so the members of the
church assembled ott a nearby lawn
for their services selecting for their
lawn service the lot on which their
I present church building stands. The
present structure was delayed in j
building by war conditions aSd em-1
bargee but the cornerstone was laid
in 1919. The value of the church
property is given as $40,000 with all
| The nursery rhyme, “Jack and Jill
went up the hill to fetch a pail of
water, (bay have originated In the
, “Down" country in southern Eng
| land, there being many “dew ponds”
on the tops of the hills in this sec
| tion. . ’ j
use penny Column—it pays
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Abie: “Jakie. tomorrow I get mar
Jakic: “Y.v; Abbio—you? What's
t Abie: “Julia Rosenberg.”
Jtjkie: “Vy, Abie. (.'lndia lifts been
eiighged to every man in Fort
Abie: "Oh. veil—Fort Wayne’s not
“So you just got back to the city?
Hew long .were yon away?”
"What Were yet doing?" '
"Three months/ -
: NEURITIS, Pill
, “Heet” Relieves Instantly
With applicator attached ttf eo-1.
just brush “Heet” over the pain area,
whether in hands, elbows, shoulder
feet, knees, legs, back, neck or body. It:
stoutly, you fcelthis harmless, gjoi
ous, iienetrating heat draw the pa/
soreness and stiffness right out of :l
aching or swollen joint, muscle
nerve. Besides, “Heet” scatters :i
congestion and establishes a cure.
“Heet” contains two soothing, petn
trating ingredients, too expensive r
Use in liniments or ai al
gesieS. "Hefet” is a clean, pleasant
liquid; doesnTstain, blister or irri
tate the skin and costs only GO cc::t9
at any drug store.
W. O. \V. NOTICE.
Regular meeting of Elm Camp No.
10 W. O. W. Tuesday evening at 7 :30
o'clock in the Moose Lodge Room. Ev
ery member is urged to be present. |
i S. A. WEDDINGTON, C. C. I
| R. C. LITAKEU. Clerk. j
CONCORD COTTON MARKET |
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER a*. 182.", j
Cotton lit 1-2 in pi,
Cotton. Seed .46 y.o
Fresh Cabarrus County Sorgum
I Molasses. .Its Scarce this season. To
I be sure to iiave a supply for at least
, s part of the season we bought the
j output of thliree of the best makers.
IWe have it. Call tis. Scud your ves
Fine Porto Rico Molasses. It has
I that high flavor ind very fine quality.
I You can always find it with us. j.
j Domino Fine Granulated Sugar, is
! tke best. We sell it debaucse it is the
best. \V$ deliver quick everywhere.
Cline & Moose
| If your suit was new—if
would not fit you better
or look more refreshed
than when returned by
Bob’s dry«cleaned and re
shaped on Hoffman press
es. Unfailing care with
details that create a pref
erence with you.
Phone 787 Jj
, CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
! (Corrected Weekly by Cline k Moons)
I Figures named represent pries*
paid for proddcc on the market:
Eggs a .80
potatoes ' SIJO
Onions » , SI.BO
Peas _ $3,00
Butter ; .85
Country Ham ; .40
f onntry Shoulder .25
Ct tin try Sides .20,
, Young Chickens $0
Hens ... m,
Irish Potatoes ffjjSj
Why I Killed ,My 22 Wives
Hiis illustration is taken from the December number of Tree Defee*
Ive Mysteries and shows an incident in the life of Bluebeard Watson
fho is serving a life sentence for wholesale wile killing. He is tell
bg h.s true story and it reveals how he married or eopfed fiftp
hree women. He killed twenty-two of his wives. He was a (wind
r«'.h Urg ar ’. wh,,e * s '* v « r and murderer. Prom his cell in San Qtien
cnm,nal of th « century reveals a human dw
Grown people often over
estimate their strength and
do not realize that they are
running short on energy.
energizes and invigorates the
, body through its power to
fortify your system
keep strong with Scott’s \vj
Emulsion. 4J| L
Scott & Bowne. BloomSeld, N. J. 25-29
“* ■■”•■* * ■■ ■— - -
Fifteen Year Loans i
We are prepared to make 15 year loan on Concord Property, 11
]l| with a small semi-annual curtailment and interest at aix per cent. ] .
i[ i These loans are to be first mortgage and based upon 50 per cent, val- i[ i
ji| uation of house and lot. ]i^
i 1 ! Minimum loan $2,000.00 Xo red tape, no delay, loans closed , ,
i|i within 30 days after application received and accepted. Xo life in- i i
ji] surauce required. Loans can be transferred without extra cost,
iji Write or phone for lull particulars.
Tfyies-Smith Realty Company
; 11 CHARLOTTE. N .C.
1 !' Xo. 200 Commercial Nat. Bank Bldg. Phones 3278 and -MIS O
X O. J. Thies, Pres. F. B; Smith, Sec. ft Trees. X
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
,< | Are you going to buy a car? If so, what are you.con
sidering as related to the dealer from whom you intend
buying? There are many things you should weighs well ]
! j[ before making up your mind;
We are offering a car of known value and undisputed j
! ! leadership. Our organization is reliable and trustworthy ! >
] | through desire to be so and not by necessity. Our service \
is good because our men know their business and want to ;
! help our customers in every possible way.
' In short, our spirit of helpfulness and friendliness to j
\ our patrons forms a tie between them and us thafls sel- i I
| dom Droken. \ \
REID MOTOR CO.
CONCORD’S FORD DEALER
! Corbin and Church Streets Phone 220
IK. L CRAVEN & SONS I
PHONE 71 *
\y Mortar Colors
The history of Iceland for the past
1 000 yeafs records no more than two
cases of theft.
■ I IVINGTOVS
Dear Sir or Madam: 'Emily
Your forgiveness I Implore
If you think that I unduly
Bother you about my store,
But the Big Idea is to keep
My name and my game.
In your mind and I aim *
To Save, Serve, Satisfy,
Buy, Swap, Sell.
See PATT COVINGTON
P. S. Second —I have just received
a bunch of good size costs for men,
boys’ and girls. Price 3 to 5 dollars
each. Weekly special. Shoestrings,
collar buttons, song books, Bibles and
Testaments. Daily special: Candy.
1 1 How to core 7 11 '
j j a cold— ‘ f
I • See your family-physician
at the first need-Ldrop >
| | into the Drug Storf for a
! 1 around to Hooves's for "pglfl I \
| | the heavy underwear, I \t !
woolen hose and outing
i flannel night clothes. ' *1 ' _—-jl ’ j
I | Don’t go te the D.’s jin
a i nor to the Drug store nor , \ |
i ! to Hoover's but let tfte cold tak£'its course and it will go I,
j | away—AND TAKE YOU WITH IT!
! ! Mufflers—Warm Pajamas*—COzy Undetwear—Woolen '
* i Hose.
I “THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS
j • ; PHONE 244 -pR 279 v - |
■III I I ■■■! I, .mil l l I^^
I Superior Advantages
Are in store for the Young Men and Women who acquire j
the habit of thrift in their early youth.
m Success requires living within your income and laying j
I up something for the future. The first two or three en- J
0 tries in your pass book will help inspire you to make ad- !
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK j
| Phone 799 Phone 799
I Service, Quality and Quantity
Don’t wait until you bum your lastj i
lump to buy. Buy now.
, Cline & Mabery Coal Co.
PHONE 798 |
HOT WATER IN A JIFFY:
1 is sureljf a friend in need and
J a friend indeed of every cook
i fltj match and in a few minutes
| steaming hot water wifl run
PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER
Office and Show Room 89 E. Corbin St. Office Phone 334 W
| look l FortbeYoungMan
OUR CHRISTMAS ▲ moat appropriate gift is a high
LINE grade watch. Jls lessons in accuracy
Shop EaVly Get What * rc ot mush value and its permaneno-
You Want—A void* the assures a perpetual reminder of the
/ Rush giver. You get accuracy combined
' . with Beauty dnd Permanence when
\ yjiftft S 8 l’ ou b uy an ELGIN.
Pi»ro»a*y j s. W. Preslar
I h ° n *^ > 8 JEWELER \
Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1025 '•*