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CLEAN UP SALE
One-Fourth Off on All Heaters
Buck’s Parlor Furnace, Buck's Circulating Heaters,
Buck’s Hot Blast Heaters. Also one Radio Heater.
We have just a few of these on hand, but rather than
carry them over to another season, we have decided to
close them out at one-fourth off.
We have a few Wood Heaters going at $1.45, $1.95
and $2.45. No charge for installing. |
CONCORD FURNITURE CO.
K.L CRAVEN & SONS
TEN YEAR FARM LOANS
Money to loan on Cabarrus County farms at FIVE
AND ONE-HALF PER CENT, interest payavle Novem
ber of each year. No inspection fees. No life insurance
required. Pre-payment privileges on any interest date.
Write or phone for information.
Thies-Smith Realty Company
No. 200 Com. Bldg., Charlotte, N. C.
PHONES 3278 and 4415
ypWffPW with every'
flhisfine set free
No sale could be more opportune l —\ £
VOU are always rushed for time around Ay ■mu n "ml
* Xmas. There are hundreds of extra U -#*
fttngs to bedone. Think what anORIOLK
'Heat Control Range will mean to yous It’ll 1* IMI iux.. 1 u|)
,-•* 'eliminate kitchen drudgery and give you % |l/ SpHjP \_JW
extra time in which to do the many little l^Jf/
tasks you so want to do. More than that* 1
it'll free you from multiple worries. WKN W |Wj J jlj
on ORIOLE Heat Control Range you are; V-2F'
content andhappy in the certainty of per-.
feet cooking fesuhs. Just put the food in the! This WhoU Meat Aluminum
••een, set the regulator and youoan be out. 1 W
«f the kitchen while Xmas dinner ieoook. ! i *ooumz on
ling. Whether it is fruit cake, mince pie Os! It 2s specially designed for
UKMSt turkey.you knoerk will bejuet whola meal oeen cooking and
oonaisti of one Oval Roaster
(i7V4 l *U f x7V4 f ),two3qt.Cen-
I Y Fot * w,lh cover * one 1
1 J 111 Tl qt.Conve* Pot erith ring cover.
£fpgßpPfeUc=g==sf The pots ere fitted with ring
... Uj covers, so that one pot can be
|r 1 * \|jL===4e I eet on top of another. The en
-3& i II Til tire eet fits in e 10" even et one
Jf/ II IL. time.
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Concord & Kannapolis Gas Co.
Sale Ends December 23rd
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OF CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord posto&ce is as follows:
136—*1:00 P. M.
36-1-16:00 A. M.
34 4110 P. M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
50—11:00 P. M.
39 9:30 A. M.
45 3 :30 P. M.
135- 8:00 P. M.
29—11:00 I’. M.
| LOCAL MENTION
Miss Mildred (JJass. /who has been
ill for several days at her home on
Spring street, is somewhat improved.
J. F. Rimer, Jr., is seriously ill with ,
pneumonia at his home on Buffalo
Don’t fail to see “Tike Keeper of
the Bees” at the Pastime next Wed
nesday and Thursday.
L. 11. Johnson is serously ill at]
the home of his daughter. Mrs. .T.
Leighton Brown, on Ncith Ghureh !
street. . ,
Mrs. Martin Hullender, of Augus- *
ta. Ga.. has returned to her home af
ter spending Christmas in the city 1
with her father, J. F. Harris. 1
Mrs. E. F. Faggart, who has been ,
seriously ill for several weeks at her
home in No. 11 Township, is very \
much improved today, according to rel- (
Mr. ami Mrs. John Graham Webb, j
who have been visiting at the home ,
of Mr. Webb's father, T. H. Webb, re- (
turned today to their home in Hills
Miss Agatha Sides, of Sunderland (
School, and Gomelius Sides, of High 1
Point College, are spending the holi
days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Sides. t
Hundreds of gallons of alcohol were
sold here by garages and filling sta- "
tions Sunday. The cold weather
fame as a surprise to many persons
and frozen radiators were rather com
mon during the day despite the large
volume of alcohol which was sold.
Chief Talbirt returned Friday Bar
tow, Fla., with K. X.. Thompson,
wanted here for forgery. Thompson
returned to Concord without extradi
tion papers and will be given a hear
ing tins morning. He is alleged to
'have forged a note at a local bank. 1
Prohibition Agent Widenhouse and
Deputy Sheriff Honeycutt seized a
25-gallon still Sunday night in No. 10
township. A barrel of beer was found
near the still, which had not been in
operation recently. No one was found
in the vicinity of the still.
Cotton mills in the city resumed
operation this morning after a three
day holiday for Christmas. The mills
ceased operations last Wednesday so
the employes would have Thursday i
for shopping and Friday and Satur
day for visits with friends and rela
As is usually the case, many mar- |
riage licenses were issued in the coun
ty during Christmas week. This sea- ;
son is always the most popular in
the year for Cabarrus couples and a
number secured permits to wed last i
week. Tiie list is carried in another |
column of this paper today.
Police officers report good behavior
over Christmas. A number of ar- ,
rests were made Saturday, but there
was little for the officers to do Christ
mas Eve and Christmas Day. “Per
sons do not get drunk on Christmas
like they formerly did.” one officer
stated in discussing the mater.
Police officers of the city this morn'
ing reported 22 cases for trial in re
corder's court this afternoon. Most
of the defendants, it is said, are ,
charged with intoxication, with a few
charged with having liquor. No ses
sion of the court has been held since i
last Monday. '
Prof. J. B. Robertson returned Sun- ,
day from -Alamance County, where he j|
spent Christmas with home folks. He I
reports that all along the road he j
saw persons halted with all kinds of I
car trouble, most of the carts halted ■
along the road being frozen. The «
thermometer stood at 10 above zero a
wheh Mr. Robertson started home. B
Vital drama—unconquerable cour-ljj
age—the bravery of a world war .hero. ||
doomed to die, and of a stiame-garbed j |
girl, condemned to live —the fresh l
who’esomenese of ,the most popular G
novelist in the world, the late Gene |
Stratton-Porter, and a tale of rare G
charm and distinction: “The Keeper Is
of the Bees.” At the Pastime Wed- B
nesday and Thursday.
Fred P, Quay has purchased land |
in No. 1 township from A. M. Staf- |
ford and ,T. B. Stegall, according to |
two deeds filed at the court house, the i
purchase prices being given as SIOO |
and other valuable considerations and |
$24, respectively. Another deed re- |
cords the sale of land in No. 11 town-i|
ship by the Southern Loan and Trust B
Co. to Liu Illackwelder for $250. |
Business with local merchants is |
back to normalcy this morning after |
the Christinas rush. While the stores ,
were open Saturday business with
most of them was very quiet, the drug "
stores reporting the bdst business of 1
the day. Some of the business houses
started taking inventory this morning,
preparatory to winding up affairs for
Work was resumed in some of the
public schools of the county this
morning after a Week’s holiday for
Christmas In some of the schools
in the county work will be halted
another week, these being the schools
that teach longer thgn the required
six months. Work in the city schools,
will not be reeumed until next Mon- 1
*Whe Egyptian women tbouciht they
could strengthen their hair by rub
bing it with a donkey’s tooth crushed
in honey. |
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
HEAR TALK OF EFFORT
AT BUS CONSOLIDATION
Rumors of Options on Lines Operat
ing Between Greensboro and Char
Rumors of efforts at bus consolida
tion between here and Charlotteover
the much-traveled sections of routes
No. 10 to Salisbury and route No. 15
from there to Charlotte, are heard
here, with talk of options and a jeon
test between two groups to get eoii
trol of the traffic.
It was learned ’here yesterday that
consolidation has been sought but so
far has no: been accomplished. The
four concerns operating on the two
routes seem to be in far better finan
cial shape than were those that op
erated between here and Raleigh' just
before they were bought up by Ham
b'.eton and Company, investment bank
eds. of Baltimore, and a company
known as the Carolina Coach Com
pany formed to operated them as an
At the time it was supposed-ithat
in good time the purchasers of the
three lines that had run front here
to Raleigh would make attempt* to
buy the Greensboto Charlotte op
operators cut. hut it does not seem’that
those who are said to have made ap- j
proaehes to purchase are connected in
any way with the Hambleton pgople
or the persons who incorporated the
Little information could be secured
concerning the matter, other than
seme talk of options secured, but no
person would allow himself be
The bus business seems to be thriv
ing considerably, compared to the lean
deeply competitive days of the.pio
neers. The union bus station here
yesterday was filled with folk going
and coming and ticket salesmen and
baggage checkers were busy. An air
of prosperity seemed to hang over the
place and all seemed very peaceful,
compared with the old days when bus
operators competed fiercely for busi
Farmers in South Atrica put
trousers on their oxen to protect
them from tsetse flies.
Why Not Slip
“• p*" l
us » t Ah! Santa With his bearn
y * ihfe. smile and good wish-
Xo es, is behind.this idea of
_\ giving Slippers to friends
an< Llc v ed ones. And that
KWy ,' means everybody you
V J know. After all,, everyone
l vjrMv A iJ does expect qew Slip
*/jf pers. When they cost so
I* f little, why not give vent
/ * / to this most appreciated
f %p36jly j Men’s Slippers— .
$1.25 TO $3.45 )
’ a ST.2 5 5™52.45
• * * Girls’ Clippers—
yk k \ 95c T 0 $1.25
\ 95c T 0 $3.95
\ Shoe Store
ImV nA>t- — A * * \
V. •' • . .
-la;; .iiiateo.L"; i i s raaSLa' ir i. IHi ai iir i 1 f
BROADWAY CENTRAL HOTEL
Accommodations For 1,000 Guests
In the heart of the down-town business section.
Connection to all parts of the City within a few minutes
b- from our door
NEWLY FURNISHED AND RENOVATED
High Class Service At Low Rates
Large Banquet and Convention Halls
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
your loss. <j
Fetzer & Yorke insurance Agency
Successors to Souther* Loan and Trust Co.
P. B. FETZER A. JONES YORKE
Monday December 28, 1925.
Centenary of the birth of Henri
Qeoryex I)e Klowitz, one of the moat
remarkable news papers correspond
ents of the world.
One hundred years ago today died
Gen. .Tames Wilkinson, who in the
early part of the last century was
genera Mn-chief of the l'. S. Army.
The annivesary of the birth of
Woodrow Wilson is to be observed
thin evening with simultaneous din
ners in approximately 500 cities
throughout the country.
The Woodrow Wilson dinner in
New York tonight will be given at
the Hotel Astor and will haw as
speakers Ignaee Jan Paderewski .and
President Garfield of WilliamA Col
tSE PENNY COLUMN—IT PAY-
Even Better Than
Plenty of Laughs and
Also a Good Comedy
Also Our Gang in
mammm ——ru————i —m
An oyster can lay 00,000,000 eggs,
but n hen can’t, so there is no use in
the ben’s, worrying about it.
Food experts say people should
eat less. TTiey wjl), unless something
happens to present prices.
Slag fidm steel mills is oeing used
in lnakihg. oemet now. We don’t
know how bakery pies are made.
In Drszil there are lish which
bark like dogs which might like to
be chasing catfish."
We doubt if all the radiS static is
due to the weather. Some of it must
bp in the orchestras.
Christmas could be worse. Mail
ing e«ny is fine, but suppose they
mai’ed the bills early?
(Copyright. 1025, Jiea Service, Inc.)
LOYAL' ORDER OF MOOSE
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.
CARD OP THANKS.
As Superintendent of the Cabarrus
County Home* I wish to publicly ex
press ray appreciation to the individ
uals. Churches and other organizations
which sent gifts to the inmates of the
home. The gifts were sufficient' for
each inmate and they join me jn ex
' G. W. WATTS.
DON’T FORGET YOUR
We Make Them Up Attractive
Nothing in the world is as
soothing or cheering as the
beauty of flowers.
Mrs. J. A. Walker
92 S. Union St. Phone 112
* Money beck without quettior
\l if HUNTS GUARANTEES
—\ 1 SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES
/iff KW (Hunt 1 * Salve »n» 3o*p), fall lr
( I [ 17 the trwtment dt Itch, Bern*
fd Ringworm, Tetter or other He h
' * s lag. ekin dteeaawL. Try thh
treetment et our risk.
SKIN ASE RKMEDI^
(Hunt's Salve and Soepljieil in f
the treetment of Itch. Edema. N||T f J
Ringwortn,Tetterorotheritch- (If / /
ing shin dieemeee. Try this * * '
trentmeat at our risk.
PEARL DRUG CO.
rr 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 (wipes. 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.
ERAL HOME '
C*U o—Dsy or Night
j J; , Special Matinees |tvery
? to a ?or^tf^sf Sking aim
Silk Hose and Pajamas
Neckwear and Silk Shirts ' , \
Monogram Belts—Bath Robes
"THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE”
The Right Coal f pr the Right Purpose
A. 8. POUNDS
PHONE 244 OR 279
THE CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK HAS NEVER
LOST SIQHT OF THE PROBLEMS AND REQUIRE
MENTS OF ITS EVER INCREASING NUMBER OP
CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS AND HAS FITTED
ITSELF TO CONTRIBUTE A SERVICE COMMEN
SURATE WITH THEIR NEEDS.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
CONCORD, N. C.
-. Our, Product is Right—the Price Is Right—the Ser
vice is Eight 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.
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HOT WATER IN A JIFF\T
ft This gas hot water heater 1
f f is surely a friend in need and 1
■RF . a friend indeed of every eoolj
■ | \m match and in a few minutes
il. Let us install one for yoi*
Pays for itself quickly. |
E. B. GRADY
* PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER
Otlice ajid Show Room 89 E. Corbin St Office Phone 334 W
Oily I our Christ- (CotT#ct?l W*ekly by Clin* 4 Mooaef
mas Cakes Now
' s** —■ ——-—-„•»
Fruit, Pound, -and Layers in g w *»t 7 j,
Ten Varieties Turkey* «
„_hot rolls 'a, :--' -S'
Froth 4:80 to 7*:00 P. M. Country Ham - , ~ jjjj
Delicious Buns and Doughnuts country SHe**** T~ 20
Fresh Every Dajf Young Chicken* .20
The New Bakery
85 South Union Street « , t cb Tribune ' ri,n,!a •«<*. 10 '■.
Our Penny ADS. Get Quick Result,
Monday, Bee. 28, 1925