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News of a Local Nature Gathered Here and
There=*Fersonal Mention 1
r . , e Alamance Gleaner, published
at Graham is 41) years old.
TyTjgg jiary Bland spent the -week
end -.villi Mrs. B. W. Gilmore.
B .bine the little son of Rev. and'
uitli pneumonia. He is improving.
r C. Poe, register of deeds, went
Salisbury Wednesday on business.
Sheriff Walker Blair is confined to
his'home with an aggravated case oi
the flu. .
j v jj s 3 Laura Harris, of Brick
h r r- spent the week-end with Mrs.
b. E. Bland.
Hv and Mrs. J. Dewey Dorsett have
moved to their new home on west Sal
Senator Janies L. Griffin, accompa
irird by Mrs. Griffin, spent the week
end in" Pittsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dezern, of Rae
inrd -pent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Poe.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bland have re
turned from a visit to Robert Grif
fins family near Graham .
Mrs. W. E. Brooks has gone to
Burkeville, Va., to visit Mrs. Horton,
sister of the late Robt. L. Sutphin.
* Robt. L. Sutphin, Jr., has returned
to his home at Huntington, W. Va.,
after spending several weeks in Pitts
Mr. C. C. Poe, our efficient register
of deeds, is back at his post again
after fighting flu for the past three
Mr. Bob Bland,, who has a position
with the State Highway Commission
at Ox ord, spent the week-end at
Mrs. Reid Thompson, who has been
in a hospital in Durham for several
weeks, returned to her home at Pitts
boro last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs Louis Nooe and daugh
ter, Ellen Radcliffe, have returned
from Allendale, S. C., where they vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. B. Nooe.
J. D. Hatcher, who lives near
Moore’s Bridge, and who has been
extremely ill from the effects of flu,
is reported much improved.
Misses Emily Taylor, Miriam Cha
pin and Julia Poe favored The Rec
ord office with a visit Monday and
witnessed the “steel man” at work.
A. J. Norwood and son, Larry, of
Bynum, Rt. 1, paid the Record office
a? call Wednesday. Larry is only six
years old and weighs 59 pounds.
The average value of implements
and machinery on farms in Chatham
county has been put down at $176.
Lee county goes a little higher, s2)l.
The R. E. Dillard horse and mule
sale took place in Pittsboro last Sat
urday. Several pairs of mules were
sold and brought fairly good prices.
Mr. W. U. Richardson, Mesquite,
New Mexico, sends us a check for re
newal of subscription and says: “I
heartily endorse the stand and efforts
you are making against booze.”
The Chatham Oil & Fertilizer Co.,
will close down their mill in Pittsboro
for the season within the next few
days. Night and day shifts have
operated the mill for the past few
weeks. . . , . ;
The ladies of the Pittsboro Meth
odist church will have dinner at the
church next Monday at the meeting
of the quarterly conference. A full
delegation from al! the churches is
invited. ’ ’ ' f ’
Services will be hßld in the Epis
copal church next Sunday. Rev. W.
E. Allen, the rector, will deliver a
sermon to men on ‘“Making Men.”
All men are invited, especially the
The members of Columbus lodge
No. 102, Pittsboro, gave an oyster
supper to the local membership and
visitors at their lodge room last
Tuesday night which was greatly en
joyed by all present. Oysters, coffee
and -mokes were greatly enjoyed. *
The new cement bridge over Haw
river at Bynum is about complete, so
fo~ as pouring cement is concerned.
The abuttments have yet to be filled
m on each end. It will probably be
the first of April before the bridge
is turned over to the traveling, public.
Mr. Luther Eubanks and family
p-T \ ?wa kened at their home near
Pittsboro, sometime during last Fri
"ight. It was found that the ma'>-
was on fire near the floor, but
the aid of a few buckets-of wat
•:>*as soon extinguished. The only
damage being to the mantle.
D. Vaughan, of Chesterfield, S.
[ i lias moved to Pittsboro and is liv
en North Masonic street. Mr.
n fi as bought the interest of,
Mr. liubert Fields meat market and 1
a ! Mr. E. M Farrell will con
blr;u ’ the business in the same stand
on main tsteet. Mr. Vaughn is an
‘yu deuced market man and _..eet
tue demands in the market line.
• young lucres of Mt. Pier' mt
• gave a box party a few nights
' " Among other things there was a
' w contest iti which Mi Q s Ruth '■
enl won the prize for being
-yitiest lady at the party. The
of $34. po was realized and this j
A ' " r 'a over to the pastor of the s
-* C'rrr'.t Pev. Jj R. Ed- 1
- u r g‘£t to him.
Ex-sheriff J. J. Jenkins and wife,
Mi*, and Mrs. A. D. Dorsett and so.i,
of Siler City, spent Sunday wtih Mr.
i an d Mrs. J. Dewey Dorsett of Pitts
In this paper wlil be found an ad
i vertisemenc by L. N. Womble at Pitts
i boro, announcing the fact that on
and after the first day ox March, 1923
his mercantile business will be put
! on a -cash basis. Every day in var
! ious sections merchants business
men generally aie accepting this
change in their business affairs. It has
i>een proven most satisfactory to all
concerned. It enables the business man
to purchase goods cheaper, he gets
the benefit of all discounts, thus en
abling him to handle his goods at a
lower rate. and furnishing his cus
tomers the same goods for less mon
ey. The day is not iar distant when
everything in this state will be on a
PITTSBORO HIGH SCHOOL NEWS.
The Poe Literary Society will hold
its regular meeting next Friday af
ternoon, February 16. The following
program will be rendered at 2:30:
Song—Ho! fo* Carolina.
Chaplain exercise, James 3.
Quotations from Shakespeare—High
Sketch of Shakespeare’s Life—
Luman Overacre. ,
Leading Plays of Shakespeare—
Antony’s Speech—Moyle Johnson.
Chorus—High school boys.
Brutus’ Speech—Carney Bynum.
Shylock’s Defense ox the Jew—
The Quality of Mercy—Frank Bar
Song—America, The Beautiful.
The students are delighted over the
outcome of the bond election on last
Saturday. It is hoped that work on
the new building will begin in the
Mr. Wade entertained the school
two mornings during his stay in
town, with vocal and instrumnejtal
All the teachers are back at work
and the attendance is better than it
has been since Christmas.
Examinations begin next Monday
and will continue three days. Oh, boy!
Oh, joy! where shall we go from
E. E. TAYLOR.
A TUBERCULOSIS LECTURE.
On Thursday, February 22nd, Dr.
J. H. Spruill, of Sanitorum will de
liver a lecture on tuberculosis in the
court house in Pittsboro. This lec
ture is for the benefit of both races
and all are requested to come and
hear Dr. Spruill on this subject. The
■ colored people are particularly urged
- to attend and learn something of this
This lecture is to be given under
the auspices of the health department
of the Womans Club of Pittsboro.
During the lecture films will be
shown of tubercular patients from
the first to last stages of this most
dreaded disease, and the lecture will
■ have to do with the manner in which
to prevent the disease.
* ' Other pictures will also be shown
of colonial days, this event taking
place on Washington’s birthday. The
price of admission will be only 10
cents and all are asked to be there.
B.njs rifv .s«> little averse to ooeu
ight tliat many fiv from eastern Tex
is to five irulf const of southern Mex
ico. although this 400 miles of water
Journey hardly shortens the distance
of travel by an hour’s flight.
666 -quiciriy relieves Colds and
LaGrippe, Constipation, Bilious
ness and Headaches.
Extra good Kentucky
Mares and Mules for sale.
R. S. CLARK,
Slier City, N. C.
ijf We will put our Store on Strictly a Cash basis, following m
10] the Splendid Principal of all well governed Business Con- ffo)]
cems. This change in our Store will enable us to give you M 1
Greater Bargains and Better Service.
|Mj We want the continued patronage of all our customers IMj
and we assure you of a better advantage. We highly ap-
W predate the trade you have given us, and we will make ifif
<V;\ every effort to continue to merit your confidence. M
m Yours to Serve, M
iWi „ _ L' 1
Mr. Murphy Harris, a former resi
dent oi irxtcsDoro; now of Raleigh,
>’ was a visitor in town this we ex.
Send us the news of your commun
ity. We want to tell the folks what
you are doing.
RESOLTIONS OF RESPECT.
Whereas, God in His wisdom has
taken irom our rmdst one Ox our most
' faithful and loyal members, M.s.
’ Adelaide May Womble, who (Leu o i
Saturday morning, December 20, 19-2.
Therefore, be it resoiveu:
First, that we, the Winnie Davis
Chapter of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy, bow in humble sub
mission to Him.
; Second, that bur hearts are sad be
. cause of her going, and that, we shall
; miss her ever ready help in carrying
; on our woik.
j Third, that we exte d obr deepest
sympathy to the devoted husband and
; Fourty that a copy of these reso’u
. tions be sent to the family of the de
, ceased, and that copies be sent The
Chatham Record, The Wekly Herald
and also written into our minutes.
Mrs. L. E. % HORNE.
Mrs. G. P. ALSTON.
Miss CARRIE M. JACKSON.
Mrs. J. M. GREGORY.
Mrs. H. A. LONDON, Pres.
* DEATH OF DIXIE GUNTER.
Dixie. Gunter, well known in Chat
ham county, died at his home in Dur
ham last Thursday from the effects
of the flu and pneumonia. He was
buried at Center Grove cemetery last
Mr. Gunter was in Pittsboro a few
days ago and seemed to be in
best of health. His wife and two chxl
dre i were sick with the flu at the
time of his death, and it is said that
his children were critically ill.
Mr. Gunter was about 42 years of
BUILD A HOME NOW!
'M «£&&& xattieoi. &&&£& A
I WANTS S
SEE DR. MANN AT DR. THOMA’S
office next Thursday if your eyes give
: FARM FOR SALE; three miles south
of Pittsboro on Moncure road; con
| tains 125 acres, good dwelling and
■ outhouses. Part cash, balance on easy
L terms. N. B. Gunter. tf-cR
OVERLAND SIX AUTQ for sale for
cash oivterms, good as new. J. T.
Bland/ Pttsboro. , ts-c
. AUTO LICENSEHpIate 61,988 found.
Pay for ad and get it at Record
i office, Pittsboro. It.
5 STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per week
[ and expenses to man or woman with
5 rig to introduce Poultry Mixture. Eu
l reka Mfg Co., East St. Louis, 111. lt.p
5 WE WISH TO THANK our friends
• and neighbors for their kindness
• ■ and sympathy shown us during the
I sickness and death of our aunt, Miss
» Louise Ausley. May Heaven’s rich
[ est blessings be bestowed on each one.
- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marley and
[ children. R-lt-c
1 CABBAGE PLANTS and Bermuda
onion plants all varieties SI.OO per
. 1000. Prompt shipment. Dorris Plant
; Co., Valdosta, Ga. Mhß-R-exc
► WE HEREBY "TENDER our most
sincere thanks to all friends for
their many kindnesses to us during
the sickness and at the death of our
dear mother, Mrs. Lucretia Phillips.
We shall ever cherish these thought
ful and noble expressions of brotherly
kindness on the part of our neighbors
and friends. Mrs. W. A. Phillips, Rev.
and Mrs. Grover O. Phillips and Mrs.
Ernest C. Phillips. B-lt-c
| WE WISH TO express our deepest
thanks and appreciation to our rel
atives, neighbors and friends for their
helpful services during mother’s ill
ness and death. May the Lord bless
. each one. Frank L. May and family.
FitESH MEATS—Beef, pork, fish and
oysters and everything in the mar
ket line. Have purchased the interest
in the market of Hubert Fields and
we will operate an up-to-date market
in stand adjacent to Dr. Chapin’s of
fice, Pittsboro. Vaughn & Farrell.
INCREASE YOUR WEALTH by pat
ronizing home industries. We are
equipped to do all your machine shop
rwairs at the lowest cost. We spec
ialize on vulcanizing .and our shop is
better equipped than any in Chatham
county for this work. Bonlee Motor
& Machine Works, Bonlee, N. C. bite
LOST STRAYED OR set
ter bird dog, white and red with red
spots on head and ears, about grown;
answers name Bob; reward of $lO
for return to E. L. Moore, Moncure,
Rt. 2. * R-Mchß-c
- COMMUNITY HATCHING—We want
, uO natch your early chickens lor
you. If you have eggs to sell from
heavy chickens; buff orpi igtons, white
. a d b aek or Ro .ks o:* Red ;, or mixed
; heavybreeds, we can pay you a little
M}. . e than market price;. write us.
j Wb’hborn Mammoth Hatchery, rear
(’ a Cola pia .t, Campbell & Pugh,
Siler City, N. C. 2t-l-pd
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| M X ,/ELL C A R FOR SALE—S2SO.,
keC'ect condition; easy terms, write
or phone Bo :!ee Motor and Machine
Works, Bonlee, N. C. ts-b-c
HEADACHE "CAUSED BY LYE j
' - - in. See Dr. Mann at Dr. Thoma's
office next Thursday if you have head
i ache signs aid nave _>oar tnor
i oughly examined. He will tell
; frankly whether or not your headache !
; is caused by eyentrain.
BEST LINE OF EVERYTHING IN
Jewelry, cut glass and chinaware.
Large shipbent just in. Our prices
are to your liking .See us now. Re
member' our expert repair department.
Edwards Jewelry Store, Siler Citv. N.
C. Tod Edwards, Propr. BFeb.
WfcAK EYES OF CHILDREN should
secure expert attention.. See Dr. |
Mann at Siler City next Thursday if
your child’s eyes are weak. #
STEAM PRESSING AND CLEAN
ing—we are prepared to do your
work promptly and satisfactorily. Lo
cated on north Hillsboro street, Pitts
boro. Give us a trial. Bun-Bynum, btf
WHEN \OU HAVE GLASSES fit
ted by Dr. Mann you have the sat
isfaction of knowing they are correct.
Then, too, his prices are reasonable.
FLOWERS—For flowers for every oc
„ casion, see or phone your orders to!
1 Mrs. P .H. Elkins, Siler City, N. C., j
! county agent for J. Van Lindley, Flo
Vv, NTED CEDAR LOGS—I have ad
vanced the price on logs, and want I
your logs to measure not less than
6 inches at small end, 8 .foot long, de-!
livered at depot, in Pittsboro. B. W. *
LAND POSTED NOTICES can be had '
at this office when you need them.
! MONEY TO LEND FARMERS; in-'
;; 'terest 5£ per cent. Chatham Realty,
Co., Pittsboro, A. M. Riddle, Pres., V.
R. Johnson, Secretary, Oc 13 ts
WANTED—Men oi women to take
orders tor genuine guaranteed m s
iery for men. women, and children,
j Eliminates darning. $50.00 a week
full time, SI.OO an hour spare time.
Experience unnecessary. Internation
• al Stocking Mills, Norristown, Pa.
Mch 30. 1923 ■
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS and qual- I
ity. Florida kiln dried ceiling and
flooring; we buy cross ties standing
in woods or delivered to road. W. F.
i FARM FOR SALE—SO acres, Had
ley township, improved road and
> near school. See J: M. Johnson, Pitts
boro, Rt. 2. Feb. 23p
I FARM FOR SALE CHEAP—and on
> i easy terms, 21 miles from Pittsboro.
j E. R. Hinton. Janstfc
, PAINTING, paper hanging and deco
[ rating. Work guaranteed. Givev me
> a trial. Grady Campbell, Pittsboro,
- N. C. Janstfc
L ll ■ 1
• MEA^i —home ground. Bring your
; corn to Nooe’s mill and have it
: ground into meal, chicken feed or
hominy. Satisfaction* assured. Nooe
; Bros. Jan stfc.
II Do You Realize the Safety §
of First Mortgage Bonds? 1
- A first mortgage bond sponsored by a reliable Company |g
carries a degree of safety that is not to be found in any M
other form of investment. It does not hold forth the al- m
> luring yield that some so-called investments promise but |||
I it does yield a high rate consistent with safety,, W
m Alamance First Mortgage 6 Per Cent 1
are well known. The Company back of them and the prop- mj
Sj] erty behind every mortgage these bonds represent has
WHITE FOBFREE BOOKLET |
it ¥ No speculation—simply a bonafide business proposition |pj
Kj with a yield that merits the attention of every person jgf
“INVESTIGATE with funds to invest c / SH
||< BEFORE INVESTING.” a invest.
(|| Issued in denominations from SIOO. up Alamance First II
Mortgage six per cent Gold Bonds' offer a means of safe
If investment to all. j||
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M v ' " CAPITAL ANDSURPLUS S3OO,OOO.
f W. E.. SHARPE, Manager. BURLINGTON, N. C. f|
| W. L London. & Son|
I GENERAL MERCHANT 1
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I COTTON BUYER |
S ESTABLISHED 1865 '||
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f Your Opportunity!
We are still offering our entire Stock of
DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTH
ING and MERCHANDISE,
at greatly reduced prices for Cash.
Call around and let us prove it. to you.
J. J. JOHNSON & SON, Pittsboro.
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i , BANK'of PITTSBORO |
wants you as a custo- v ®
mer. Do your banking ; • f»
with WE APPRE- I
Cl ATE YOUR BUSINESS B
A. He LONDON §§
JAS. L. GRIFUN 1
Cashier ~ jnj
W. L. FARRELL* 1
Asst. Cashier H
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