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“Best Heater on Earth”
*5 That U what our rustoinorfi who are using them sa.v about this ?t
r! Buck’s Circulating Dark t Ibvi’cr. Heats two to four rooms with Its.s |..i
•i fuel than one grate. Will carry fire twenty-four hours, under j.crfeet H
control at all tunes. Water pan in top keeps heat moist. Cireula* \\
il tion changes the air every thirty minutes, making it pure and healthy.
f*4 Beautiful mahogany finish. burned into the ca-t iron, and guaranteed |!
H to last a lifetime. Ii t u< show you this heater, or furnish you the ; I
names of several who are u«ing this heater.
• 810 RFDITTIONS DFRIXG Ol’R ST<X'K REDIVIXO H
3 SALE. ?4
jj Concord Furniture Co. |
i | THE RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE ; j
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
K.L CRAVEN & SONS
PA A T EL
Y. M. C. A. Members Take Notice!
THE SPECIALTY STORE
Headquarters for All
Athletic and Gym Equipment
S. Union St. Opposite Court House
DR. S.S. PETERSON
who has been practicing medicine for 40 years
j Is Now Located at
Dr. J. H. Nanzetta’s Office and
No. 9 South Church'Street Charlotte, N! C.
Nanzetta’s Remedies Are Now on Sale By
Gibson Drug Store, Concord
F. L. Smith Drug Co., Kannapolis
Pearl Drug Co., Concord
All these remedies are sold on a money back guarantee.
Z CONCORD COTTON MARKET
JWURSDAY, DECEMBER S .!•*»
'Cottrn 10 to .19 1-2
Jkrtton Seed -46 1-2
AIBR FENNY COLUMN—IT PAYS
Jv.- ' ■
ODD FELLOWS NOTICE.
t Meet* every Thursday evening at
o’clock. Elect officers. Refreshments.
11. L. ROSS. N. G.
C. H. RITCHIE, Sec.
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord postogj.ee is as follows:
136—*11 :00 P. M.
34 4:10 P. M.
35 8:30 P. M.
30—11:00 P. M.
39 9:30 A. If.
45 3:30 P. M.
135 8:00 P. M.
29—11:00 P. M.
| LOCAL MENTION
Come in ami get one of our Vest
Pocket Memorandum books for 1920.
We want every subscriber to Irnve one.
The condition of W. C. Carrier, of
Mt. Pleasant, who was operated on
at the Concord Hosp ! tal -Monday, is
reported as being unchanged.
W. F. Morrison, of No. 2 Town
ship. is at the Concord,Hospital, where
he was operated on Wednesday. Ilis
condition is said to be favorable.
! The Board of Directors of the Y.
4 M. (\ A. will hold its regular meeting
”? tonight in tin* V directors* room at 7
4 o’clock. All members are urged to be
Holy Communion Services will be
liejd at New Gilead Reformed Church
Sunday morning at 11 o’clock by the
Rev. C. W. Warliok. Preparatory
service will bo held Saturday evening
at 7 o’clock.
For i In* eonven’enee of some shop
pers who find it impossible to get to
the business section during the clay.
some business houses of the city are
open until o’clock at night now. It
is said that other concerns will re
main open at night beginning in the
Relatives here have been advised of
the death early this morning at China
Grove of Mrs. George Dav’s. Death
occurred at .’> o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Davis is survived by her hus
band and several children. She was
a cousin of Mrs. 1., A. Talbirt and
Mrs. W. F. Li taker, of this city.
The aldermen are all set for their
meeting at the city hall tonight. This
will be the regular December meet
ing of the board and it is reiiorted
t hat several matters of importance
will be presented for action by the
board members. The meeting is
scheduled to begin at o’clock.
The regular monthly meeting of
the American Leg : on will be held
Friday evening at 7 :3(> o’clock at the
Legit n Club Rooms. All members are
urged to be present at this time as
important business in connection with
a now year’s celebration is to bo dis
A fire chief and several regular fire
men are to be elected by the aldermen
tonight to serve the city for the next
two years. Coder an ordinance passed
several weeks ago, the aldermen choose
file fire chief and firemen, the old law
paving the election to members of
the fire department.
Sheriff Caldwell reports that one
day la.<t week he collected a little
more than s.'s>.oo() in county taxes,
the amount being the largest in one
tlay since lie has been sheriff. This
is about sri.ooo more than was col
lected Monday by City Tax Collector
Fields foe Concord.
High winds which swirled through
the city Tuesday night and part of
Wednesday, quieted down yesterday
afternoon, resulting in higher temper
atures. Although it was exceedingly
cloudy early this meriting, it became
clearer during the day and signs of
rain are 1
Sh'rley lames, of London, general
manager of Piekford's, the largest
shipping company in England, and J.
T. Martin, general manager of the In.
ternational Mercantile Marine Co., of
Atlanta, are in the city today avrang
w-itk Mr. Blanks the tour to Europe
next summer, one feature being an au
tomobile tour of England, Scotland
While local cotton m'Us are stand
ing but a day and a half a week now,
they are busy and those mills which
do not operate a night shift are op
erating the day shift until 9p. m. It
was reported here last week that the
Southern Power Co. expected to be
able to lift the ban on power entirely
this week, but .so far this has not
Defendants paid $138.40 in fines and
costs in police court yesterday. In
addition one man was given S2O days
in ja 1 and required to pay the costs
in the case and his jail fee on a
charge of having liquor. On another
liquor charge he was given a 30-day
suspended sentence. One boy 16 years
of age was bound over to Superior
court on a charge of check flashing
Traffic on Union Rtreet in front of
the new hotel building is badly con
gested today owing to the fact that
the street is blocked with the single
exception of space sufficient for pas
sage of one automobile. Half the
street is taken with building mater
ials for the hotel and bank, and most
of the remainder is taken with a
trench which has been dug through
the asphalt to connect the hotel with
the water main.
It. is said tkqt King George main
tains a . rnstom. initiated by Queen
Victoria, of sending Christmas pud
dings to most of the rulers of Eu
rope. These are all prepared in the
royal kitchens at Windsor, from a
recipe dating back to the 18th oen
utry. and are despatched to tbeir des
tination in airtight containers.
Miss A. M. Maloney, a Cincinnati
woman who in twenty years rose from
a position of stenographer to the sole
ownership of a proprietary medicine
concern tfitk a countrywide reputa
tion, has recently idsposed of her bus
iness to a syndicate for a sum said
to be nearly one million dollars.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
BASKETEERS TO PLAY ...
FIRST GAME OF SEASON
Local Quint Takes on Salisbury To
ilight at Salisbury.—Conecrd Pros
pects Are Good,
Concord Y basketeers play their
first game of the season today when
they gu to Salisbury for a match
with the \ team of that city.
The local are not too Hopeful Jot
a victory. The prospects are good
for the season but there has been less
than two weeks practice and the team
is hardly up to mkt-soasjn form as
Practice this week indicated that
there,will be a smooth-working five
when the team work is worked into
mere polished form. ’Die influx of
new blood seems to have helped and
the new team looks like ons of the
best that lias been here in recent
From toe lineup of the first tenm
at practice Wednesday night, it look :
as though Livingston Easley will bo
at center, Dick and Lir.ebvrger will
l>e at forward and Wolff and Harris
at guard. Cole, a newcomer, sbowd
up well at center and guard and will
get a chance to show what he can do
The Salisbury team has been prr.e
ticing for a number of weeks and so
that reason will have the edge oi
the locals in tonight's game. Poi
sons who saw them in action agaitis
Kannapolis say that they have an ui.
usually goo ( ] team this year. Her
man Brown and Dunliom are tficii
outstanding men again this year.
THE TEXTILE FUTURE
IS LOOKING BRIGHT
State’s Cctton Manufacturers Are
Optimistic. Says Hunter.
Charlotte. Iks-. 2.—A more tiopef i
and optimistic spirit prevails among
the cctton manufacturers of tins
stale today than lias at apy time din
ing the past two or three years, ac
cording to Hunter Marshall, Jr., sec
retary and treasurer of the Cotton
Manufacturers’ Association of North
Carolina, who lias just returned from
Pinehtirst where he attended the mid
winter convention of Pile organiza
"With the exception of a very few
mills that have been manufacturing
specialties for which a fair market
has existed, the mills of this section,
generally speaking, have made t,
money during the past two years,
remarked Mr. Marshal. "In fate
many of them, in order to provide
work for their complement of help,
have manufactured goods at an actual
loss. Market conditions during re-
1 if HUNTS GUARANTEE L
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES
/fbf Tyj (Hunt'* Salve and Sa»p), fail ir
| II T# the treatment of Itch, Bcmb«
V~ /A Ringworm, Tetter or other Itch
iog skin dtsceses.- Try the
treatment at ear risk.
if HUNT’S GUARANTEED
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES Ji
(Hunt’s Salve and Soap),fail in [ Jtjwfll
the treatment of Itch, Eczema, J
RlnKworagTctterorotheritch- flf / /
ing akin diseases. Try thic * ' « .
treatment at our risk.
PEARL nRTtO COMPANY
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 us is the
Clark Grave Vault, recognized
as a leader in the vault indus
try, because it gives positive
and permanent protection.
Call 9—Day or Night
SALE OF AUTOMOBILE UNDER
ORDER OF COURT FOR TRANS
By order of the Recorder's court of
the City of Concord, the undersign
ed will sell at public auction at the
court house door in Concord, N. C.,
on Saturday. December sth, 1925. at
12 o'clock M., to the highest bidder
for cash, the following personal prop
erty seized in the act of transporting
intoxicating liquor, the owner having'
been convicted of said charge in open
One Six cylinder 5-pasaenger Buick
tourjng car in good condition.
L. A. TALBIRT,
Chief of Police, City of Concord,
N. C. l -4t c.
cent weeks ’have improved greatly,!
however, »nd the majority of mill men
are anticipating a period of reason-!
ably profitable operation.” '
Mr. Marshall slated that in formal
and informal discussion at the Pine
httrst meeting the matter of tuxation
received a great deal of considera
tion. This was also true of the
summer convention of the association
at Asheville a few months ago.
"Toe textile ifklnstry in North
Carolina has developed ami prospered
because our legislators in the years
gone by have maintained an attitude
of fairness in the matter of taxation
and regulations.” declared Mr. Mar
shall. sort of treat
ment at life hJmni'of our legislative
body, and with the interested and
sympathetic moral support of the peo
ple of the state generally, the textile
industry in North Carolina lias reach
ed the point where it consumes more
cotton thatl does any other state in
the Fniou. It has played the Old
North State on the map industrially
nnd economically and the taxes, at
reasonable rates, have helped to put
North Carolina in the forefront of
the states in the matters of educa
tional progress and assistance to the
helpless through our eleemosynary in
"Thi> ta«l legislature, pressed for
founds, imposed upon the cotton mills
nnd other industries in the state taxes
heavier than had ever been imposed
before and the disposition manifested
by some members of the legislature
has caused fiuite a bit of uneasiness
among cotton manufacturers. There
is little doubt in the minds of ob
servant mili men and economists t'aat
burdensome taxes will put the brnkes
on the development of the industry
in the state, and in the end, produce
less revenue to the state as well as
put a handicap triton the industry.
§ PRICES SMASHED ON
8 RINGS AND WATCHES
O WHITE 001,0 EGGIN' BRACELET WATCHES $18.75
5 sni.ii> Goi.n emblem kings, gold encrusted
5 EMBLEM ON 1U BY— $8.50
I We have just gotten in a bunch of gents' Masonic, Odd Fellow,
Junior. Woodman. Pythian. Elk. lied Man and Moose emblem rings
with the emblem encrusted in gold on ruby. We bought these rings
several months ago but the factory could net ship them ns early as we
expected so rather than run the risk of keeping them until next year
we have decided* to sell them at the surprisingly low price of $8.(31
each. We also have a stock of gi-nts’ watches, fountain pons, pearl
necklaces, leather hand bags, compacts and many other things that
you should look over before deciding on your Christmas presents. Wc
are a mile from high prices on everything. , ■
S. W. PRESLAR
for lAll the Year
'jTESTFUL, cheering music ia the key to Christmas loyal
JC« You can make this joy yours, through all the year, if you
"Cultivate Your Musical Bump,” with a Conn. Populari
ty, -social advantages, life-long pleasure are yours when you
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.
Xgg m< INSTRUMENTS
Fifteen Year Loans
We are prepared to make 15 year loan on Concord Property,
with a small semi-annual cnrtailtnent and iptereat at six per cent.
These loans are to be first mortgage and baaed upon 50 per cent. yah
nation of house and lot. j
Minimum loan $2,000.00 No red tape, no delay, loans closed
within 30 days after application received and accepted. No life In
surance required. Loans can be transferred without extra cost.
Write or phone fee full particulars.
Thies-Smith Realty Company
No. 900 Co— new Ist Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone* IS7S and 4415 ]
O. J. Thies, Tree. P. Bi Smith, Sec. * Trees. ]
Your experience proves I
there is a demand for ev- I
ery kind and price of au- I
tomobile. And- all of I
them are - worth just I
what you pay. It is not I
so ip cleaning and dye- I
ing, for everybody wants I
only the BEST. And we 1
meet that expectation. I
But does our service-car I
stop at your home each I
Phone 787 !
MASTER CLEANERS I
No Shop Worn Goods!
. f I No Shop Weary Buyers!
'ljp6S|L Merry faces greet vqii at
: l ro not srtd cvcd or drawn
lipped. They getting
thCy afC merr - v W'yins
)' Selections so easy—with
# Prices so reasonable—
Gifts for men in every nook—gay throngs line every aisle
but no crows feet line the happy faces.
Cotne to Hoover’s and Smile.
Merrily we roll along!
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
The Right Coal For the Right Purpose
A. B. POUNDS
PHONE 244 OR 279
For twenty-eight yeqps a factor in furthering the de
velopment of this vicinity, the Cabarrus Savings Bank
still extends its constructive service and excellent facili
ties in the interest of progressive enterprise.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
CONCORD, N. C.
Our Product is Right—the Price Is Right—the Ser-'
vice is Right, and this makes a combination Hard to Beat.
You’ll need some Coal Soon. When you do, remem
ber we are here to serve you with the Coal that stands
Cline & Mabery Coal Co.
HOT WATER IN A JIFFY
is surely a friend in need and
J [ a friend indeed of every cook
1 H ! • match and in a few minutes
steaming hot water will run
ft Pays for itself quickfy.^
PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER
Office and Show Room 39 E. Corbin St. Office Phone 334 W
CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
(Corrected Weekly by Cline & Moose)
Figures named represent pricy's,
I P aid for Produce on the market:
> CSS®! Egga .50
' Corn - sl.lO
j wP Sweet potatoes ."I lIJW
» GOLDFISH Turkeys 20
! Common fi-M
[ Japanese Nymphs Country’Hk)7’.!sfi
t American Fantails * ountry Shoulder „ .25
I Shubunkins ® r ' u,tr y «§>£>
! Tadpoles Heps*
| Pond Snails Irish Potatoes .. - SI.BO
i Sea Moss
Fish Bowls Sale —“For Hire” Card. For JMr
CLINE'S PHARMACY b Tribn,, *- TimM ld 1
[ Our Penny ADS. Get Quick Results
Thnr r .diy, Dec. 1*135'