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“Best Heater on Earth”
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r| Puck's Circulating Parlor Hoatcr. Heals two to four rooms with less f."
.* fuel than one grate. Will carry lire twenty-four hours, under perfect
*2 eont.ol at all times. Water pan in top keeps heat moist. Cireula- £!
II tion changes the air every thirty minutes, making it pure and healthy. l.\
•4 lVuutiful mahogany tinisii. bur nett into the ea-t iron, and guaranteed
rr to last a lifetime. let us show you this heater, or furnish you the £J
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RIO lIEMVTIONS m iIINC OIK STOCK ftEDT’CISO, H
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Concord Furniture CoJ
THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
I 10 Per Cent. Discount For Cash
I ON ORDERS FOR »j
Engraved Christmas Cards
On all orders received for Christmas Cards before De- "j
:ember Ist, we will allow 10 per cent, discount for cash i
from our already low prices. We have in stock a beauti- 11
I :ul line of these cards, and can furnish them on a few |
I hours’ notice. Call and see samples.
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JOHNSON'S PURE PORK
LIVER MUSH I
IT IS DELIVERED FRESH EVERY DAY TO 8
YOUR GROCER £
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 cbver
Fetzer & Yorke Insurance Agency
Successors to Southern Loan and Trust Co.
LP. B. FETZER A. JONES YORKE
| Y. M. C. A. Members Take Notice! j
THE SPECIALTY STORE
Headquarters for All
Athletic and Gym Equipment
S. Union St. Opposite Court House j
IK.L. CRAVEN & SONS
I . PHONE 74
1 Mortar Color. j
\ Concord Daily Tribune
H | TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
M The time of the closing of mails at
|J| the Concord postofgce is as follows:
m I Northbound
1136—J1:00 P. M.
»! 34 4 :10 P. M.
3S— 8 :30 P. M.
•J 30—11:00 P. M.
39 9=30 a. m.
i-i 45 3 :30 I*. M.
•1 135 8:00 P. M.
29—11:00 I*. M.
| LOCAL MENTION |
1 ! Trnin No. 39, which makes a regu- J
' j lar stop in Concord now, is due here i
w at 9 :50 a. m.
"I IV. C. Barrier, of Jit. Pleasant
.: Route 2. was operated on Monday
•*j afternoon, and is reported as being:
The eity will sell an auto at
tion Saturday. Chief of Police Tal-j
a birt has a notice in this paper today j
;!ij in regard to the sale.
Members of the Study Club will'
j'd meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
!■) Edward Sauvain at her home on North
I'nion street., The meeting will bc
“] gin at 3 o'clock.
“! The weekly meeting of the Concord
Rotary Club will be held at the Y.
‘ M. C. A. tomorrow at 12:3*1 o'clock.
2 An interesting program for the meet
. ing has been arrang**d.
. Frank Mmid. city building inspect -
'! or. reports that during November he
Is issued seven building permits for work
■i aggregating $6,450. During the
month Mr. Mund also issued fifteen
4 electrical permits.
,1 The Central Committee, which is j
■? to ltave charge of the work in getting .
“j a new hospital for the county, will
■ bold its first meeting on Saturday, ■
E| December Cth. All members arc ttrg- ’
~j cd to be present at this meeting.
,| Rising temperatures brought signs.
■I of rain to Concord during the night. 1
Following several very cold (lays the
- mercury rose several degrees Monday
E afternoon, and night, and heavy clouds :
i| early this morning brought many 1
jjj signs of rain.
3 A free gymnastic exhibit 'on will be
3 held Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at
■1 the V. M. C. A., at which time the
fl Junior Class Exhibition will be given ,
iij in addition to several wrestling march-
Itj es. The public is invited to attend 1
2 the exhibition.
3 It was reported at police headquar
£ ters rhis morning that defendants tried
5f iu recorder's court here Monday as-/
ternooti paid .$171.45 in fines and
<4 costs. The heaviest fine was SSO. paid
I by a man charged with operating his
p auto while intoxicated.
":i The December meeting of the board
1 of aldermen will be held at the city i
hall on Thursday night of this week. |
, It is said that several matters of im-1
portance will be presented to the al-j
K Jermen at the meeting, which is sclied-,
uled to begin at S o’clock,
t Persons interested in organizing a
g Welfare Department for the Woman's
< Club arc invited to attend the meeting
5 to be lield tomorrow afternoon at 3)
1 o'clock at the iiotne of Mrs. Laura Les- |
< lie Ross. Mrs. W. T. Shore, of Char-t
5 lotte, will address the meeting.
2 It is reported that repairs to the
j| interior of the court house are con
jj templated. Walls hre scaling badly in
2 several rooms in the building, and the
j walls in the hall are badly in need of
J repair. It is probable that praetical
-5 ly the entire building will be done over
3 in the near future.
Traffic over Thunderstruck Bridge
r has been temporarily suspended while
changes to the foundation of the
bridge are being completed. A new
abutment lias been erected for the
bridge, making it necessary to turn
the structure and while this is being
done no traffic is going over the bridge.
Sheriff Caldwell reports that quite
i a number of persons and corporations
• have paid their taxes recently. “How
ever,” the sheriff added, “we need the
money. The schools and other county
departments need operating funds and
the sooner the taxes are paid the
i sooner can their settlements bo made."
1 On Wednesday evening, all the
| Baptist Churches of the city will join
i together for a union service, at which |
! time Rev. L. T. CashweU, of Char- j
“ lotto, will preach the sermon. The I
- service is to be held at the Kerr Street
q Baptist Church. The First Baptist
Church has announced that there will
be no prayer meeting on that evening.
> G. W. Barnhardt has sold to R. F.
Williams property in Dublin, Concord
suburb, for $725, according to a deed
filed Monday. Another deed records
the sale of property in Ward 3 by the
Tuscarora Cotton Mill to M. A. Green
1 for S7OO and still another records the
sale of property in Ward 4 by <3. A.
Cook to Fannie Reid for SI,OOO. .
Records in the office of Register of 1
Deeds Elliott show that 307 marriage :
licenses were issued durng the year
ended November 30th. Os this total :
100 were issued ’under the $3.00 li
cense fee and 141 undfr the $5.00 li
cense fee which became effective in
p June. The total for the *ear was,
-about the same as for last year.
* At the first meeting this year of
the Ministerial Association, which was
held in the Y. M. C. A. Monday eve
ning, Dr. J. C. Rowan, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, was elect-1
' ecd president of the Association and'
Rev. T. F. Higgins, of Forest Hill
Methodist Church, was elected Secre
tary. The ministers plan to meet the
first Monday night in each month. ]
v J. T. Martin, general manager of
the International Mercantile Marine
Co,, of Atlanta, and Shirley James,
general manager of Pickfortts, the
largest shipping company in England,
K are expected to be in Concord on Wed-
B uesday for a conference with H. W.
8 Blanks in regard to the European trip i
5 which Mr. Blanks expects t 6 take
0 abroad this summer. I
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
NINE KIIJJEO AND ONE
INJURED AT CROSSING
Members of Two Families Victims of
Auto-Train Crash m Arkansas.
Blytheville. ArkiT Nov. 30.—Nine
' persons were killed and one injured
probably fatally, when St. Louie and
San Francisco passenger,trnin num
ber SOI bound from St. Louie to
Memphis strut# an automobile in
whiefrsthe ten persons were riding at
a crossing to a side road three miles
south of Blytheville lase loday.
,All of the dead and the injured, a
child, were members of the families
of Clem Oxford and bis brother.
Lawrence tlx ford, farmers.
Post and Flagg's Cotton Letter.
New York. Nov. 39?—The market
today has ;:hoWn a rather heavy tin-
I dertone and business has been light
and of a professional nature. Poor
'reports from Manchester and favor-
I able conditions in I'.ie belt brought
nut further hedge selling anil liquida
tion from tired longs. Some trade
buying on the opening decline had a
steadying erect but sentiment was
very mixed ami rejxirts of an easier
I spot basis restricted operations oti the
bull side. Further liquidation of De
| comber and switching to later options
caused the premium to narrow some
what and there has been quite a
I little straddle by spot houses between
New York and Liverpool on both
sides of the market. Guesses as to
I’.te ginning figures for the period vary
considerably and while those issued
today were rather low not much stock
was taken in them at least by the
way the market acted. Some short
covering toward the close by local op
erators caused the market to close
POST AND FLAGG.
Members of Law Firm Are All Judges
Monroe, Nov. 30. —They are all
judges now—the three members of the
prominent one-time law firm of Park
er. Stack and Redwine. Jlr. Ued
wine has donned the ermine and is
sitting as Superior Court judge in
Mecklenburg county for a week. lie
was appointed by Governor A. \Y.
JlcLenn as one of the emergency
judges provided for under the new
As it happens, all three of tfie for
mer partners are in the public eye
at the present time—Judge Redv. ire
mounts the bench. Judge Stack, regu
lar Superior Court judge, has assumed
(lie role of bridegroom, and Judge J.
J. Parker has just returned to his
home in Charlotte front his first ses
sion of the Enited States Crieuit
Court of Appeals, to ’which fie was
William Wx presents
A 'Vivid Picture of
Ptnrisian Night Life
! ■•' 1 ill' ■
A MAURICE ElVE'l
With Alma Reubens, Jack
Mulhall, Judy King, Harry
Myers and Diana Miller
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish tb express our apprecia
tion for the kindness shown us during
the illness and death of our son.
, MR. AND MRS. D. H. HETIICOX.
1 W. O. W. NOTICE.
Regular meeting of Elm Camp No.
16 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, O. C.
R. C. LITAKER. Clerk.
SALE OF AUTOMOBILE UNDER
ORDER OF COURT FOR TRANS
I By order of the Reporder's court of
the C.ty of Concord, the undersign
ed will sell at public auctiou at the
court house door in Concord. N. C.,
| on Saturday, December sth, 1925, at
1 12 o’clock M„ to the highest bidder
for cash, the following person#) prop
erty seized In the act of trim, port inf
intoxicating liquor, the owner having
been convicted of said charge in open
I One Six cylinder 5-passenger Buick
touring car in good condition.
, -L. A. TALBIRT,
Chief of Police. City of Concord, *
1 , l-4t-<f. ;
recently appointed for life.
• Judge R. I!. Redwine replaces
Judge C. C. Lyon, of Elizabethtown. I
who was slated to appear here this
week, bin was unable to do no. Judge
Lyon will api*ear here next week for
two weeks of special cfvil _ court.
Tills week's court is also for the trial
of civil cases.
Better Outlook Fop Cotton Manufac
CbarlotlP, Nov. 30.—Yard spinners
are benefilting from a larger manu
facturing margin n»w. in comparison
with that realized a month ago, de
spite the slight recession in yard
This statement was made in a bul
letin issue,) Monday by O. Singleton
Green, secretary-treasurer of tiie
Southern Yarn Spinners' Association,
which has offices here.
“The government report of Novem
ber 21st indicates conclusively a crop
approximating fifteen million bales of
cotton," the bulletin says., ,
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
IT is only 'human for a fu
neral director to feel sym
pathetic in the presence of
bereaved patrons. But it is
real sympathy when he recog
nizes an obligation to see to it
that the highest character- of
burial equipment is furnished
at honest prices. Such a policy
has been responsible for the
success of this concern.
Typical of the burial equip
ment furnished by its is the
Clark Grave Vault, recognized
as a leader in the vault indus
try, because it gives positive j
and permanent protection.
Call 9—Day or Night
USE PENNY COLUMN—rs PAYSI
Christmas Cheer j
for n/tll the Year I
•jfESTFUL, cheering music is the key to Christmas Joys!
£> You can make this joy yours, through all the year, if you
“Cultivate Your Musical Bump,” with a Conn. Populari*
i ty, social advantages, life-long pleasure are yours when you
I play one of these superior instruments.
Select your Conn for Christmas Now. Stocks are com
plete—prices to suit all purses, easy terms,if desired. Come
in today. No obligation, we’re glad to show you.
(See large advertisement in The Saturday Evening Post*
; Kidd-Frix Music and Stationery Co.
Fifteen Year Loans
,8 We ate prepared to make 16 year loan on Concord Property,
8 with a email semi-annual curtailment and interest at six per cent.
' 0 These loans are to be first mortgage and based upon SO per cent, val
; X nation of house and lot.
o Minimum loan $2,000.00 No red tape, v no delay, loans dosed
‘ 8 within 30 days after application received and accepted. No life in- '
■ X surance required. Loans can be transferred without ettra cost.
’ O Write or phone for tull- particulars.
i Thies-Smith Realty Company
t .C. 9,
8 No. SOO CoomercM Nat. Bank Bldg. Phones SMS and 4418 O
. I O. J. TMea, Pies. F. B. Smith, Sac. * Trees. 8
• LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE il
I ' . --
1 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. HKTHCOX, Sec.
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET J
(Corrected Weekly by Cline ft Moose) ;
Figures named represent priest
paid for produce on che market:
Eggs .50 ;
Corn SIJ.O i
Sweet potatoes : $1.50 1
Turkeys 1 .*. i. f 25 j
Onions «£A S
Peas $3.00 j
Ttntter .35 ’
Country Ham .40
‘ ountry Shoulder .25 !
O untry Sides ,20
Young Chickens .30 1
liens 1 j... ,25c \
Irish Potatoes $1.60 i
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
\ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1925 !
Cotton i... .10 to .19 1-2 J
Cotton Seed , .40 1-2.
Your experience proves
there is a demand for ev
ery kind and price of au
tomobile. And all of
them are worth just
what you pay. It is not
so in cleaning and dye
ing, for everybody wants 1
| only the BEST. And we
! meet that expectation.
But does our service-car t
stop at your home each
[ | What’s the Reason You ’j j~
\J y i tpH that to us—but you’d fly !
«|HH I tlu ' handle if we lohl you
| ► • / you couldn’t .afford a new !
* * r-f Only about ft per cent, of
ft t * ,e men who plead this ex
cuse arc correct —the other 1
! ! S ' ; 9,"» per cesit. are shielding a
i N.l threadbare garment with a
. threadbare alibi, when, they
i iin j should own the happiness
T - that afnew Schloss Coat
] If all the money that came*into your income stayed
i in'—business would be poor—trade would be stagnant—
! employment would be lacking,
] ; That’s why we to prevent you from having
; new Schloss Ovftpf&tLft
! Certainly not the prices—-$18.50 to $40.00
1 New Fall Neckwear Woolen Hose
' ' ’.‘THE, XOUNORMAN’S STORK" , J
The Right Coal Fofr the Right Purpose
PHONE 844 OR 279
I For twenty-eight years a factor in furthering the de- |
velopment of this vicinity, the Catfarrtis Savings Bank 1
still extends its constructive service and excellent facili- |
I ties in the interest of progressive enterprise.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
CONCORD, N. C. ■ 1
v PHONE 799
! | Our Product is Right—the Price Is Right—the Ser- j!
j vice is Right, and this makes a combination Hard to Beat, j j
[ You’ll need, some Coal Soon. When you do, remem- |
i; her here to serve you with the Coal that stands
Cline & Mabery Coal Co.
j |!' --. nr , n , n nn n n 799 ] * 111 j I
-U i TTM . t’"H|ar-«!U_l." t ' _gf 2=5
HOT WATER IN A JIFFY^
is surely a friend in need and
HP ■ K a friend indeed of every cook
II Hp I match and-in a few minutes
j | steaming hot water wiH run
PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER
Office and Show Room 39 E. Corbin St Office Phone 334 W
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Fish Bowls- j / r
Our Pamy ADS. jSet Quick Results
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Tuesday, December 1, 10251
IK gqjb-lfflifllH <
THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS
White Gold Elgin Wrist Watches.
DlffeAot Shapes, for *18.75 V
We are also making some mighty
attractive offerings in young men's
watches, diamonds and jewelry. You
had better see us for your ChristmasL
wants. We wiH ante you money.
S. W. Preslar