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R 1 SOCIETY OF i
IE T THURS
t 17TH. 15-2 t-p.
>rders For Any
ierjr line. We
Lippard & Bar
cine and Repalr-
■ocm Houses on
jod state of re
; 2 2-room houses
»e on Cedar St.,
for $3.006; tstfe
st Depot Street,
houses on West
10 eiu'.i ;1 7-room
>epot Street for
.. use oh West De
spot Stfeet near Sootia, $6.500; 1
Jipuse on East Depot Street:
jjf 6-room house on Ann Street.
$4,750 r ose in. 4 0: 1 6-room |
Chouse oji North Church St.. $4,500;
rl 4-rpva house and 10 lots near
, Browns Mill, $3,250; 1 5-room house
on Chttfch Street, near Meadow
-Street .*54,900; 2 8-room houses on
Kerr iSreet. $1,050; 1 5-room house
! On Hands Street. $2,500; 1 5-room
|iduse J* Isabell Street $850: 1
pf-rooml, house on Crowell Street,
fsl,ooo f 1 five-room house on Crow
f Cedar » Street, $2,500; 1 5-room
i» oll *e *>h Kerr Street. $3.500; 1
' 5-rooni*house on Udell Street, prae
f ticall.v jiew. $3,500 ; 1 4-rooni house
! and several vacant lots on St.
| James -St.. $2.750; 1 5-room house
pon Cifrolina Avenue, $2,500; 10
r 5-room' houses in City View. D.
tA. McLuurin, Real Estate and
Building Contractor. I’lone 435.
Who Said Fruit Cakes? Call Us
) for the best ingredients to make a j
t fruit cake. Lippard & Barrier.!
Mr. Farmer, Let Us Overhaul Your
v tractor or plow. Satisfaction guar
anteed. raul Peacock at Corl [
Motor Co. 14-3 t-c.
Babbage Plants ami Nursery Stock.
£ Our cabbage plants arc now ready
Or delivery. We also have on hand
| ready for delivery a full line of
- nursery stock consisting of peach,
| apple, pear. plum, cherry, uproot.
|. pecan and shade trees. Come to
l our place four miles east of ‘ 'on-.
[’ cord on State highway. Phone 5720.
| G. F. Barnhardt. 15-lt-p.
There Win Be a Box Supper at St.
‘ Johns School Friday night. Decem
j her 18! 1925. Girls and women
1 bring boxes, boys and men bring
purses. 14-3 t-p.
Fire Works—Most Complete Line of
fire works in county. Wholesale
;. or retail.—-Look my line over before
W. F. Taylor, South
: Kannapolis. 14-1 It-p.
Engraved- Christmas (ireethtg Cards.
We ear? furnish on short notice En
graved 'Christmas Greeting Cards,
with your own name thereon. Let j
ns have jw>nr order now. so that you
Kill have them in plenty of time to
I send ont for Christmas. We have
an especially beautiful line to se
• loot from. Call at Times-Tribuno
For the Proteel ion of Your Own
| table call for Johnson’s pure poffk
liver mush. It is better. Handled
s by leading grocery stores and meat
>- markets* . Price, only 20 cents per
£ pound. 12-3 t-p. j
■J The Great Christmas
f SHOPPING CENTER
1 % Is At Your Service
Call on Us to Help You in Every
I r Possible Way
Visit Our Beauty Parlor
l. For Your Toilet Needs
- Service Day and Night
I Vacant Lots For Sale—Two on Cedar
Street, dear High School, STOOO
each; 1 on Kannapolis road, just
above Miller’s Filling Station, $750;
8 on Kannapolis road, jusgf orfthidt
city limits, $1,1)00 each ; 1 near the
underpass, $700; 1 near the old
county lnjme. $450; several on Odell
Street, Eli Street. Academy Street,
Glynn Street, Fink Street; 21 at
Kannapolis. D. A. SlcLaurin.
Phone 435. 15-6 t-x.
Sunday School Teachers and Scholars
will appreciate Peloubet’s or Tar
bell's Notes on the International
Sunday School lessons for 1925.
We have a limited supply. Kidd-
Frix Co. 15-St-p.
Special: Quart Jars Queen Olives'
only 75 ceVits. Lippard & Barrier.
New Books by the Best 'Authors Just
received by express today, including
Zatte Grey, Gurwood, Norris. Ather
ton and many others. See them at'
Kidd-Frix Co. 15-3 t-p.
For Sale—New Dodge Coupe. Driven
about 2,500 miles. Guaranteed per
fect condition. $l5O reduction. Dr.
B. D. Corl or Corl Motor Company.
For Sale—One Conn Clarinet and
case. Slightly used. Phone 245 L.
Notice—After This Will Gin
cotton on Fridays only. Remember
the dates. J. B. Linker. 15-lt-p.
Found—A Place Where I Can Give
best of service on mechanical work
at low price. Paul Peacock at
Corl Motor Co. 14-3 t-e.
Try Carolina Mayonnaise and Relish.
Every bottle sold under a guarantee.
(It must be Goodl. 15-3 t-p.
Stray Dog Found—Owner May Get
I same by identifying it and paying
j for this ad. Phone 8031,. 145 N.
Spring street. 14-3 t-p.
Quirk Service. We Call For and
deliver to any part of fee city for
, fine shoe repairing. Call 849. Coh
' eord Service Shoe Works. 77 Mc-
Gill street. 14-3 t-p.
Bargain—A Home on Main Highway
i inside corporate limits. In the best
residential .section in Concord. C.
A. Iscnhour. 14-2 t-p.
For Sale—(lias. McDonald Home
place. Jas. A. Furr. 14-2 t-p.
For Sale—A Good Ideal Level Karin.
94 acres, close to Winn-off High
School, and Mt. Olivet Church.
Jas. A. Furr. v 14-2tp.
For Sale—Johnson's Fine Pork Liver
mush, tile kind that satisfies. Try
it and be convinced. They call
for Johnson's. Query & Mabrey.
Phone 815. 12-3 t-p.
For Sale—Font Coupe in Good Con
dition. Inquire at Tribune Office.
Chattel Mortgage Blanks, 2 for 5
cents, or 25c a dozen, at Tribune-
Times Office. ts.
Expert Radiator Repairing at Corl
Motor Co, Let us -fix yours. Paul
Peacock at Corl Motor Co. 14-3 t-c.
Found at Last—With Many Thanks—
A preparation that will positively
remove pimples and blackheads. Buy
it at any drug store. "Call for Mel-
Bro Lotion. 12-11-30t-ehg.
Carolina Peanut Butter .Made Fresh
every day. Sold by your grocer, in
j bulk anil bottles. 15-3 t-p.
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY |
“OPPORTUNITIES” ARE .
AVAILABLE FOR MANY
Several Were Taken Monday and This
Morning But Many Others Re
Many needy persons in the city are
dependent upon the generous hearted
people of Concord making it possible
that the Christmas may be at "least,
• tiuily, enjoyed by them. Little chil
; drcn's faith in Santa Clans is at stake
• in many instances and t'aat they may
1 not be disappointed personsc in this
great and pi'osperous community are
■ asked to adopt the "Opportunities” as
announted by the Kiitg'S Daughters
and J. El Brown r .ebliiitj welfare of
t Seer. -v- .*■'.
. ' Some of the "Ojliporttjiiities" have
been taken but many ethers remain.
•Do you care? Yon should be in-*
: tereeted in putting just a snatch of
[ the joys of the Christmas tide that
1 you expect for yourself and f"°r those
i' you love iftto lonely lanes of Con
cord. ’ You should s'.iow those per
sons whose tight against the wolf at
1 the door is grimly relentless, that
goodwill still prevails.
Call Dewey Sappenfield at the
Chamber of Commerce, located in Dr.
T. N. Spencer's office, and he will
J check off the ''Opportunity” you want
and will also advise you where to find
the “Opportunity." Don't delay in
this important matter.
Other ''Opportunities" pibbably will
be announced later. Those not taken
Opportunity No. Two.
> Mother and five children—Food ai d
; Christmas Bags.
Opportunity No. Four.
Father and live Children (mother
dead)—Food and Christmas bags.
Opportunity N'o. Five.
Grandmother, girl 14. boy 5, girl 3
—Christmas bags and toys.
Opportunity No. Seven,
t Widow and three children—Food,
: bags and toys.
Oportunity No. Eight.
Man and wife (old people!— Christ
mas bags and food.
1 Opportunity N'o. Ten.
Crippled boy, age 12—Christmas
bag and books.
Opportunity N’c. Eleven.
Mother, father and eight small
children—Food, fuel and Christmas
Opportunity No. 13—Mother and
three small children—Food and Christ
Opportunity No. Fourteen.
Mother and threat small children—
Food, fuel and bags.
Oportunity No. Fifteen.
Mother and three small children—
Food and bags.
Opportunity No. Eighteen.
Mother and three small children
■ (husband sicki —Food, fuel and bags.
Opoprtanity No. Nineteen.
Father, wife and six boys. 14. 11, 9,
7.4, 11 mouth, and girl 13 years—
Food, fuel and bag-.
Opportunity No. Twenty.
Mother and five children, boy 13
years, boy 6 "years, girls *ll, S and 3
years—Toys, do!la and bags.
Oportunity No. Twenty-one.
Father, girl 13 years, box*, 7 aud 5 I
years. Mother in state hospital—Food
Oppsrtunity No. Twenfy-Three.
I Mother and three children, boy 3.
girl 2. baby 7 months—Clothing and
. toys and bags._
Opportunity No. Twenty-Four.
Mother and three ctr'ldren, girl 6
years, boy 3. boy I—Clothing, bags
Oportunity No. Twenty-five.
Mother and three children, girl 11
years, boy 4 years. Eldora 7 years. Al
, so au old lady, aged 75 years)—Cloth
ing bags and toys.
Opportunity No. Twenty-Six
Mother and child, girl 14 years—
'■ Clothing and bags. %
1 Opportunity No. Twenty-Seven.
Mother, father and five children—■
Food, bags and toys.
Opportunity No. Twen!y-nine.
Mother and four children, boy 7.
boy 6, boy 4 and girl 3-*-Ciotliing.
bags and toys.
Opportunity N'o. Thirty.
Mother and three children, girl 6.
girl 3. hoy 4 months—-Clothing, bags
Opportunity No. Thirty-One.
Mother and child, child aged 14
months—Clothing, hags and toys.
I Opportunity No. Thrity-two.
Girl 17 months, girl 5 years, girl 7
ycners—Clothing, bags and toys.
Opportunity No. Thirty-three.
Father and two girls, ages 6 and 3
years—Clothing, bag ami toys.
Opportunity No. Thrity-four.
Five small girls—Bags and toys.
Any one taking an Opportunity, de
siring further information may call
upon Miss Margie McEachern. Treas
urer of the King’s Daughters. \
ROTARY GOVERNOR TO
TO BE VISITOR HERE
[ Governor Fred Kent to Attend Weekly
Meeting of the Club Mere Tomor
Fred . Kent, of Asheville, governor
of the Rotary district which embraces
western North Carolina, will be a
guest of the local club at its weekly
meeting at the Y. M C. A. tomorrow.
After [he bnsiness tfessio.n, fee meet
ing will be turned over to Governor
. Governor Kent will meet with di
rector* of the Rotary Club tomorrow
morning at 11 :30 o’clock at the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' Club and
jarill go from this meeting- directly to
the Y. M. C. A. for the regular week
ly meeting of the club at 12:30
USE PENNY COLUMN—IT JPAYB
b s prescription far
: Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue,
Bilious Fever and Maliria.
It kilta the germs.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
MfcSIC AN AID TO BEAUTY
As told by Marjory Montello of ‘‘Bo
“Music relaxes, it lets your muscles
and features rest where they should.
Just close your eyes and listen to
1 music, it sends a freshing breeze and
cooling touch over one like a breath
1 of pure air from hills where daisies
' grow; it seals over you like nature
sends the dew, creeping over
your face, run into your tired eyes.
1 and moistens --your lips. You feel
: retted and refreshed; it awakens in
> vi(u a new personality: and oh what
’ a personality means to every one.
‘ Usually we think we should % sound
just* "one key in onr lives: just be a
sort of person, that ill what .makes
■, life ugly and dull and reflects your
; mirrored self. t
. ' “Back in our early ancestry, maybe
* fibre was a shoemaker, a doctor, a
lawyer, preacher, pirate or -ieggar;
all l'iie melodies of these lives are
. down to us and preserved
within our being, and it is music
that awakens these beautiful and dif
ferent notes in us. Music is _the
treasure gift of all ages; it brings
[ to us cur rightful personality, a happy
blending of all the keys because of
, what has gone before us. We begin
to see that life isn’t in one monot
-1 onims key, that life is not played
in one tune. It is the result of a
happy blending of the various moods
and interpretations of life stored in
us. waiting for feeir key notes, per
haps or arias grand, sonatas, hymns
"Oh ! Music is wonderful. I just
wish that every boy and girl could
1 feel its thrill and enjoy the happiness
"In 'Bohemian Girl' I find unal
. toyed joy in its melody and rhythm,
and the opportunity of appearing as
Arline in the great masterpiece of our
beioyed Balfe thrills me. The won
derful support Miss Valentine 9as
given us artists under her unerring
baton but spurs one on to even great
er things, and again music conquers
and sets new standards in the realm
of happiness. The opera patron is
such a wonderful audience to sing to,
not the hardened amusement seeker,
but an audience which comes with
light in their eyes and love in their
soul—it is music—it is beauty.”
At Charlotte Auditorium, matinee
and evening, December 25th, Cbrist
| mas Day.
Mrs. Nannie Furr Linker.
Mrs. Nannie Furr Linker was born
April 16, 1866, died Decern be 12.
1925. being 59 years, 7 months, and
26 days nf age at the time of her
death. On April 13, 1882 she was
married to Duke Linker, who lives to
mourn the passing of his companion.
To this union 14 children were born,
11 of whom, 6 sons and 5 daughters,
still survive. Besides a large num
ber of grandchildren and one great
grandchild, she is also survived by two
, brothers and three sisters.
.Prior., to lier marriage she was con
i' verted ami joined , the Methodist
| Church at Center Grove. About 20
; | years ago she moved her membership
to Mount Pleasant, where slip remain
ed a loyal and consistent member until
She was a wife and mother after
j Cod's own heart and her influence still
lives, not only in her children but in
the entire community. She put her
. trust in the Lord and He was her
. strength, r.ot only in health but in
| the weeks m her suffering. . She told
her husband and her pastor and o'tliers
that she was trusting God and was
ready to go at His summons. She has
gone to be with Him and she draws
us on toward heaven, which V her
The funeral service was conducted
by Rev. X. R. Richardson at eleven
o'clock Sunday the 13th. at the Meth
odust. Church, while the pastor was
filling his appointment at St. Paul's.
W. L. SCOTT.
' “Why fee Oifmes Rang” to Be Given
hy Hi-Y Clubs.
The boys and girls of the local Hi
Y clubs are working hard in prepa
! ration for the Christmas play to be
presented at the Y. M. C. A. next Mon
day evening. S : nee the characters
j.have been selected, practice has been
held every night. With the very pret
ty setting which is laid together with
. plenty of enthusiasm among the Hi Y
1 members in presenting their first play.
there is no doubt that it will prove
, one w of the prettiest affairs of the sea
son. Every part of the play is me
deval, yie setting, especially the
beautiful cathedral, the costumes, and
the music, all in all create a mood of
I religious exaltation, and carries with
dt the divine beauty of charity as the
No admission will be charged.
r George: "Hel'O, where did you get
that black eye?”
Fred: "Oh, it was only a sweet
' heart's quarrel.”
George: "Sweethearts' quarrel!
Why, your girl didn’t give you that,
' Fred : "No, it- was her other sweet
When the boy or girl in the
i home i« rundown in body
’ and strength, a mother’! first
» thought i« almoat always—
It is nourishing and in
vigorating cod-liver oil, rich
in the titamips that all
(bhitdren need. Give |a
Scott’s Emulsion thepttre%*%
, food-tonic — jjf
*oU A Baku*. tioniUeld. IT. J.
During our $200,000.00 Drive forthe last 20 days, without doubt we
have done more business than ever before in the-history of this store, i
We feel that we have given wonderful values to all who have been so for
tunate as to visit our big department store during this drive. In order to i
meet the demand* for the next nine shopping days, we have been com- :
pelled to have more goods, coming in to replenish each department with
fresh, new goods. Remember we are now ready and can fill all your
wants from the baby to grandpa and grandma.. We mention no prices [
as our goods advertise for themselves.
Don’tforget our Grocery Department bn the second floor. ,
• x. ; ;
Santa Claus headquarters. Come in and select the toy you want
with a payment and we will hold it for you until Christmas Eve.
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Visit FISHER’S 1
SANTA LAND J
' ‘ “ GIVE g - if
Tuesday, Dec. 15, 1925