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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 inspecti<?n 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
Yon sot your housekeeping methods
/ ezs- .A PS. back 15 years when you put an old
ff P N \v cookstove in use for the winter. “You
j , ■ '■ can do it Better With Gas" all year
USE A GAS HEATER FOR
Keep your clean, efficient gas range in-operation
Why go back to the muss and dirt and bother of your
p coal or wood range in wintertime? It’s not such a great
economy, after all, because solid fuel is expensive. And
> think of the bother! Aren’t your time and strength worth
A little gas heater will quickly warm up the kitchen on '
, cold mornings and you can regulate the heat more easily
than in a stove built primarily for cooking. Continue to
uije your clean, convenient gas range for cooking, and
;? have no fuel to lug, no ashes to carry, no fires to build, no
m hard, slavish work.
i£ Gas Radiant Heaters
§1 As Low as $lB Easy Terms.
Concord & KannanoUs Co.
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
Concord Daily Tribune
TIME OP CLOSING MAILS
The time of the closing of mails at
the Concord pbstolg.ee is aa follows:
130—41:00 P. M.
30*-10:00 A. M.
3+— 4:10 P. M.
38— 8:30 P. M.
30—11:00 K M.
SO— 9:30 A. M.
45 3 :30 P. M.
135 8:00 P.M. *
23—11:00 P. M.
[ LOCAL MENTION |
Don't miss ‘‘The Keeper cf the*
Bees” at the Pastime T’.ieatre today
The Concord Library will be closed
on Friday in the observance of New
Year's Day as a legal holiday.
General business matters ‘V.ere dis
cussed at the weekly meeting of the
Concord Rotary Club at the \\ M. C.
A. today at noon.
Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Thomas will
entertain the Torch Bearers of the
Light Brigade of St. James Lutheran
church tonight fiymi 7 to 1) o'clock.
J. F. Rimer. Jr. who ! s ill with
pneumonia at the home of his paf*
cuts on Buffalo street, is not improv
ed, it is sa : d. His condition is se
The condition of Mrs. B. F. Rogers,
who has been confined to her home on
Franklin Avenue for several days, is
reported as improved although she is
still unable to be out.
Lee Starnes, eleven-months old sor.
of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Starnes,
of Brown Mill, died Tuesday. Funer
al services will be held Thursday at
the home, burial being made in Union
No marriage licenses have been is
sued in Concord this week. This is
usually the case for after the rush of
Christmas week it is usually a week
or more before other couples seek li
cense to wed.
Bi. R. L. Robie. of New York, will
lecture in Ritz's Hall tomorrow
(Thursday) night at 7:30 o’clock on
“The Highway to Life.” Seats free,
uo collection. See ad. elsewhere in
Messrs. Frank Armfield. M. B.
Sherrin and I*. E. Bam hard t have
formed a co-partnership for the prac
tice of law here to take effect January
1. 11)20. They have offices 1,2, 3 and
4 in the M a ness building.
Millard G. Rogers, two-year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rogers, of
Brown Mill, was found dead in Bed
Tuesday morning. Funeral services
were held this afternoon at 2 o’clock
and burial was made in Oakwood cein- !
According to a deed filed Tuesday
at the court house. H. I. Wood house,
trustee, has sold to C. W. Phillips for
f097.f*0 property on Franklin Avenue.
Another deed recorded the sale of the i
same property by Mr. Phillips to L.
H. S-cles for sl2.f>o.
Police officers report that several
cases are on docket for trial in re
corder’s court this afternoon, although
uoue of the cases are of -mvial im
portance. Officers in the city have
not been very busy during The pres
ent week, it is said.
The biggest story Gene Stratton-
Porter ever wrote—warm, sweet,
fresh, wholesome, powerful—filled with
the genuius of the author of “The
Girl of the Limberlost”— a splendid,
vital tale by a master fictionist—"The
Keeper of the 3ees.”
The Salisbury Juniors will play the
local triangle club a game of basket
ball tonight as a preliminary to the
game between the Y team and the
Leuoir-Rhyne College team. The first
game is to start at 7 o'clock and trfe
second begins at 8 o'clock.
Employes in the Concord postoffice,
report that business is about normal
again. The holiday business was well
handled at the local office this year de
spite the fact that more business than
ever before was handled. During this
week usual conditions have prevailed,
it is said.
Warmer weather greeted Concord
people when they arose this morning
and there are signs aplenty that the
cold wave has passed. Monday vnight
was very cold but the mercury start
ed an upward climb Tuesday and
temperatures that night were not
nearly so low as during the first part
of the week.
Dr. T. N. Spencer, secretary of the
Cabarrus Fair Association, continues
to get offers for attractions for the
1926 fair. So far Dr. Spencer has
signed Up none, of the features to be
offered at the fair ground* next Octo
ber as he wishes to look over*the en-'
tire field before deciding on the at
While inventory is being taken al
ready in some business houses
of the eity, other concerns plan to
•tart the work the first of next week.
Stock taking time is always dreaded
by most clerks and other store em
ployes but It is necessary at least
once each year to determine the profits
for the past 12 months.
Violates Traffic Law; Pines Himself.
Akron, Ohio, Dec. 30, —Akron has
one dyed-in-the-wool-honest motorist.
The police pension fund is $5 richer
today because of that fact.
Charles Esselburn drove past a
safety stop in a moment of abstract
titon. When he realised what had
happened, he arraigned himself before
himself; plepded guilty to a charge of
violating a traffic ordinance and fined
him self $5.
The next mail brought a $5 check
and a letter to Frank Boss, secretary
of the Police Pension Fund. Both
bore Esselburn'* signature.
On December 13th thirteen x&ilk
drivers in Chicago were held up and
robbed of fl^OO.
' . :• ' ' • . -.5
NkjV < lip" :hb &&898 # -
Washington ; s going to be dry on New Year eve, if these people have
anything to say about it. Five thousand gallons of liquor, of all qualities,
have been confiscated and are about to be destroyed. At the left is U. S.
Marshal E.O. Snyder, former newspaper man, with his axe ready to break
the bottles; next is Wayne B. Wheeler, general counsel for the Anti-Saloon
league. Detective Scrivener of Washington, is at Wheeler’s left, and Mrs.
Mabel Walker Willebraudt, assistant attorney general of the United
States in,charge of all federal prohibition cases, is at the right.
BAPTIZED IN ICY WATER
Christmas Reunion Held at Hon.e of
D. S. Hughes, at Rusk, in Surry
Winston-Salem, Dec. *29.—The r -
n of four generations of the
Hughes family was held Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Hughes. Rusk. R. F. P. 1. in Surry
county. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes are
the parenfs of nine children, all liv-'
ing, and are the grandparents of So, |
and the great-grandparents of two.
19 of the grandchildren being pres- 1
Perhaps the most interesting event j
of t f .io day was the baptizing of the !
aged father and grandfather of the!
descendants. "Mr. Hughes was bap-!
tized by Rev. A. J. Williams, an old
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•In the heart of the down-town business section.
Connections to all parts of the City.within a few minutes
from our door
NEWLY FURNISHED AND RENOVATED
High Class Service at Low Rates
Large Banquet and Convention Halls
' No Receiver—at ANY price ,
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clarity of Thermiodyne 0
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RUTH-KESLER SHOE STORE
We extend to our friends ahd customers our hearty
Good Wishes for the New Year, and may it bring you an
abundance of Happiness and Prosperity, and may it be
our" privilege to add to your success.
MARKSON SHOE STORE
PHONE 897 G. A. MOSER, Mgr.
When You Start to Build *
% ' r ' ' • v - 'V ' d&j
The right time to take, out insurance is when you start
building. Then if through any cause your building should
(>urn. even before completed, tlie Insurance will' cover
Fetzer & Yorke Insurance Agency
P. B. letST “ So,u " r “ Lo “
ami retired minister of the Baptist
Church, the maptising taking place in
Mihchell River, ice having to be
reared away Hr the exercises. Sir.
Hughes will be 71 years of age on
| -March 24. 1020.
Mrs. .Tones: “And how man? eve
nings will you expect off eaeh week.
1 never give more than two.”
New Maid: "I'm afraid that won’t
do, ma’am. Y'ou see, I'm a de
butante -this season.”
Chloride, the colored maid, had an
nuuieed her impending departure.
What's the matter. Chloride'/" asked
her mistress. "Aren’t your wages suf
ficient? Don't we treat you all right?”
“Wellem, de wages is all right, an'
mostly yo’ treats me right, but de
trouble is dis: Dere am' too much
shiftin cf de dishes fo’ de fewness of
First saxophone, was made in 1840
1 ami tjiere are those who will claim it
was 4 serious mistake.
These shortest days are the longest
to the bny waiting for Santa ('lan*.
The fastest run on record is the
Christmas run on the bank.
Jumping out of a flying machine
with a phrachute isn’t very danger
ous. Xot half as dangerous ns jump
ing out without one.
The most dmgerous word in our
language is "yes.”
Our idea of a radical is a man who
thinks he deserves his neighbor's ear
because he can run it.
(Copyright, 1925, NBA Service, Inc.)
"You should never point, Johnnie,”
raid Mrs. Brown, as they left the
store. "It is very rude."
"But what are you to do, Ala, when
you don't know the name of the
“Why. just let the clerk show you
everything untjl he cornea to the right
K. OF P. NOTICE.
Regular meeting Concord Lodge No
51 K. of I*. Thursday evening at 7:80
o'clock. A cordial welcome to all
members. Come and help us have
a good meeting for the end of the
year. E. E. PEELE, C. C.
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
Wednesday, dec. 30, is&s
Cotton seed v. 49 1-2
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
•CafKl Money back without quMtior
“TS \1 If HUHTS OUABAKTEET
w-JjSr I SKIN DISEASB REMEDIES
/iff hf/ (Hunt*. Sal.'* ane Soap), fall la
fI I 17 th. traatmaal of Itch, Beset*,
/id Ringworm.Tetter or *th«r Itch
lag akin dkasMS.. Try thk
Instant at our iM.
if HUNTS QUA* ANTEOa
SION DISEASE RBMEDIS
(Hunt*. Salve and Soap >,failinf if ~yV
the treatment ofltch. Bciema, Vrfj J.
Ri ngworm,Tett#r or other! teh- f V / /
Ing Ain dla.aa.a- Try this * •
tr.atm.nt at our rlak
PEARL. DRUG CO.
IT b 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 tore :
that the highest character of
burial equipment is furnished
at honest prices. Such a policy
| baa been responsible for the
I success of thß concern.
Typical of the burial equip
ment furnished by us is the
Clark Grave Vault, recognised
as a leader in the vault indus
* try, bec.uae it gives positive
Call 9—Day or Night
Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1025
tAn invitation to ]
College men home for the
•< ports “Mr. Will Ypu, who
has been spending' the
holidays in Concord has
returned to his studies— ’’
we’d like f osee you. |
First, we’d like to see
how you look-then, we
to look us over.
This complete stock of school and college appkrel con
tains lots of items that you can pack with grace and take
back With gain. _ W >jj
Schloss Bros. College Suits and Overcoats—s2s to $45
“THE YOUNG MAN’S STORE” ; .
The Right Coal For the- Right Purpose
PHONE 244 OR 279 * *
THE CAfeARRUS SAVINGS BANK
LOST SIGHT OF THE PROBLEMS AND REQUIRE
MENTS OF ITS EVER INCREASING NUMBER, QF
CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS AND HAS FITTED
ITSELF TO CONTRIBUTE A SERVICE COMMEN
SURATE WITH THEIR NEEDS.
CABARRUS SAVINGS BANK
CONCORD, N. C.i i
»•. A- •; *•’ l'"; , 'iy- \ - S*
CUNE & MABREY COAL CO.
HOT WATER IN A JIFFY
This gas hot water heater
■Bp is surely a need and
| match, and in a fgw^ninutes
PLUMBING AND HEATING DEALER ,
Office and Show Room 88 B. Corbin St. Office Phone 334 W
_ # CONCORD PRODUCE MARKET
Buy Yolir Qimt- (OomuM Weekly by Clin. A Moose)
mas Cakes Now I paid for produce oo the market: ***
- .j.-TTjt • w m
Fruit, Pound, and Layers in Sweet potatoes I fi.Go
t ■ Ten Varieties Tufkey. 1. .25
HOT ROLLS t SSL~
From 4:80 to 7:00 P. M. Country Ham » jjg
Delicious Buns and. Doughnuts Country jo
Fresh Every Day r«wns Chickens. JO
ewe, .w, „, ' Dtah PotatL'
The New Bakery s^e _~ FV oua fw ju
-85 South Union Street • Tribune-Tin*. oßce, 10
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