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SILER CITY NEWS
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BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY.
A Sure Guide.
Commit thy way unto the Lord;
trust also in Him; and He shall bring
it to pass. Rest in the Lord, and wait
patiently for Him.—Psalm 37:5-7.
W. S. Durham is confined to his
jqoju on account of illness*
Miss Mallie Dowdy, of Kimbolton,
was a recent guest of her sister, Mrs.
Chalmers Stout and Tom Dark will
return to Chapel Hill today after a
visit to home folks.
Rev. and Mrs. O. I. Hinson, Misses
Vera Campbell and Myrtle Williams
spent Monday in Durham.
How did the wind strike you on
Friday morning when the mercury
was only 10 degrees above zero?
Miss Christine Judd, a member of
the high school faculty, was a recent
visitor to her home at Sanford.
Trust men, and thye will be true to
you; thret them gently, and they will
show themselves great.—Emerson.
Fred W. Burns, the efficient man
ager of the Farmers Union Store at
Goldston, was here on business Sat
Paul Stout, who is making his
home in Mt. Airy, is spending a few
days with his mother, Mrs. Rosa
Grady Patterson, Milton Small and
John Dorsett, students at Wake For- !
est, spent the week end with their
Misses Sexta and Ann Hanner have
returned from a visit of several weeks
to their sister, Mrs. Charles G. Jones,
Gaffney, S. C.
Joe Boling, who is a student at
Bingham Military school at Asheville,
was a recent guest of his sister, Mrs
K. G. Clapp.
Mrs. Mary Hester died at the home
of her son, L. B. Hester, at Goldston,
Saturday and the remains wefre taken »
to Kernersville Sunday morning for •
Miss Kara Lane left Monday for a
business trip to Washington and Phil
adelphia to purchase additional mil
linery for the establishment of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Teague with
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Edwards, of Danville, spent the
week-end in the home of E. M. Ed
wards on Ore Hill, Rt. 1.
County agents in North Carolina
conducted 23,165 crop demonstrations
on 70,973 acres last year. Chatham
county has no farm demonstration
agent, was therefore denied these
Clayton Richardson has moved his
family to Greensboro, at which place
he has been employed for the past
month. Dr. J. D. Gregg and family
will this week move into Mr. Rich
ardson’s bungalow on Samuel street.
A total of 3,058 farmers were
helped by county agents to home-mix
their fertilizers in 1922, saving $31,-
055.00 on 17,416 tons. As Chatham
county has no demonstration agent, (
our farmers were the losers in this 1
Rev. G. C. Phillips and son of Bear
Creek, were here Saturday enroute
to Southmont, to which place they
were going relative to Mr. Phillips
accepting a call as pastor of a num
ber of Baptist churches of that com
Quite an improvement has been
made in the walks about the depot
by the placing of pulverized granite
on them. We only wish that other
sections, especially those walks so re
cently deep with mud, could receive a
A number of young ladies of the
Methodist church will hold a Colonial
reception at the church this evening
at which time they will also render a
program. Admission to this affair
will be only by tickets, which have al
ready been sold.
Friends of Guy G. Dark will be in
terested to know that lie underwent
an operation for appendicitis last Sat
urday at a Grensboro hospital and
will wish for him a speedy restora
tion. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Dark and Dr. J. D. Edwards.
The Valentine party and supper
given by the Laches’ Aid Society at
the Methodist church on Tuesday
night of last week, was a decided so
cial and financial success. The young
folks furnished music, a good time
was enjoyed and a net profit of S4B.
There will be a United States reve
nue agent or deputy collector
in Siler City tomorrow and Saturday,
and in Pittsboro on March 7th and
Bth, to assist anyone in makinv fed
eral income tax return?. A penalty is
attached if you do not make your re
turn before March 15.
Miss Bessye Caviness returned
Monday from the northern markets
where. she purchased her Spring
stock of millinery and ready to wear.
Miss Caviness has decided to remain
in business in Siler City, and has en
larged her stock to a great degree. It
is the most complete line r says Miss
Caviness, that she has ever earned
and the styles and quality of the ma
terials are equal to those that can be
secured in the larger cities. She has
an ad in this paper.
Fnends of Miss Eleanor luikmaii
will be pleased to know that she is
recovering satisfactorily from an op- j
eration xor appendicitis, winch she' i
underwent at a hospital in Mt. Airy j
last Friday. i
There was a serious outbreak of :
cholera among hogs in Hickory Mount :
township, northeast of Kimbolton a
few days ago, and upwards of thirty i
of the hogs died. The state veterinar
ian has advised vaccination to pre
vent further spread of the disease.
A valuable horse belonging to A.
R. Dowdy, who lives near Kimbolton,
received an ugly wound on his left
hind leg when it became fastened in
a crack of the stable a few days ago.
The wound is responding to treatment
and it is thought the injury will not f
The new case in the basemnet of
the drug store, has been named the
Central This name was suggested by
both Dewey Fox and A. A. Richard
son, each of whom with an invited
guest enjoyed complimentary supper
Saturday night as a reward for their
In a note from our esteemed
friend, Noah R. Sanders, who lives
at Bonlee, we learn with plasure of
his good health and that he will pass
the eighty-sixth mile post of his long
and useful life on March sth. He will
be glad to have any of his friends
and relatives remember him on that
date with a card or letter.
A state health officer was called to
Siler City Sunday to investigate a
disease from which four members of
a colored family east of town were
! suffering. Ore of the victims died, the
others are yet critically ill. While the
malady was not definitely defined, it
seems to resemble cerebro-spinal men
igitis more than any other disease.
The assistance rendered Dan Cup
id’s business in the office of H. L.
Stone, Esq., seems to be on the in
crease. The latset couple to seek his
services were Mr. O. H. Snipes and
Miss Ella Watson, both of GoMston,
who drove here to be married Monday
afternoon. The knot was tied and the
happy couple returned home.
11 I rnn See Our Springtime
flfl 1 J Display of Headwear
We have a full line of Stetson and Lion Brand Hats,
in up-to-the-minute Styles and materials—easily in reach
HAT BARGAIN TABLE.
We are offering some Real Bargains on this table —
ranging in price from 75 cents to $2.50. Now is the time
to buy—come in and let us show you.
We are always glad to have you come in when you
have a few minutes, and let us serve you.
C. L. BROWER & CO.
Dealer in Quality Merchandise.
As Good As It Looks
A glaace at this beautifully proportioned two
„ passenger four-cylinder roadster is an invitation
to get behind the wheel.
The speed and power suggested by its graceful
lines and low-hung body are fully realized on ■
the open road. And its ease of manipulation i
and instant response to the msure un
usually satisfactory behavior in traffic.
It is roomy and comfortable for two people.
It contains every convenience for easy, restful .
motoring in any weather.
, P,„. Roadster $865 ! 4 - *l*M
5 Pass. Touring 885 5 p ass> Touring 1195 7 Pass. Tourie? 1435
3 Pass. Coupe - 1175 Touring 7 Pass. Sedan • 219$
5 Pass. Sedan - 1395 5 *ouriu» _
5 Pass. Touring Sedan •- * 1935 Sport Roadstet 182$
£port B Roadster 101 l 1985 Sport TouriM- 1«S
Prices f. o. b. Buick Factories: government tarn
. h » Ask about the G. M. A. C. Purchase
/ Plan. I which provides for Deferred Paymente.
When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them
- BROWN - BUICK SERVICE STATION,
Distributors : Chatham, Lee, Moore and Montgomery
Garden Seed from Congressman
| Pou have not arrived as yet, but those
who have mailed letters and made in
quiries will be supplied upon their ar
J. F. Lambe left Monday for En
ville, Fla., where he will visit for two
or three weeks his son, E. M. Lambe.
At Greensboro Mr. Lambe was joined
for his southern trip by his brother,
S. J. Lambe.
Deputy sheriff George Pickett, as
sisted by chief Harris of Siler City,
niade a high score last Thursday
night when they captured and brought
in one of the largest stills ever oper
ated in this county, having a capac
ity of 80 gallons. The outfit, cap, still,
worm and all being of copper present
ed, a feast for the eye of a would-be :
blockader. In addition to the outfit ;
the officers emptied 1,500 gallons of
beer, just ready for the final process,
into a ditch. The raid was made two
miles southwest of Siler City.
Miss Lois Lindly, he attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Lindley, and Leslie Parker surprised
their friends by driving to Bennetts
ville, S. C., Monday, Feb. 12th, where
they were married. They stopped at
Clarkton, N. C., where they will re
side at the home of Mr. Parker.
SOCIAL MEET THURSDAY.
Misses Beulah and Luta Headen
delightfully entertained at a bridge
party last Thursday evening from 8
to 11 o’clock.
The spirit of Valentine was most
effectively carried out in the decora
tions and refreshments, the last con
sisting of a‘ nut ard fruit salad, wa
fers, hot coffee and mints.
The guests were Misses Thelma
Spier, Emily Thompson and Joyce
Edwards. Messrs Paul Reitzel, Wel
ford Headen, C. B. Winn and Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Clapp.
TWO CLASSES ARE ORGANIZED.
Two domestic science classes were
organized by Mrs. O. I. Hinson last
Thursday and begun active work on
that date. These classes are being
taught by Mrs. Hinson, who is a grad
uate of the Boston Cooking school.
The meet was in the basement of
the Methodist church. Twenty-eight
women and girls have enrolled in
this school and are thus availing
themselves of a rare opportunity to
become more efficient housekeepers.
Mrs. Hinson is most generously giv
ing her time to this work, receiv
ing no compensation whatsoever, the
tuitions going to the church building
| DR. J. D. GREGG,
j Dentist. Siler City, In. C.
| Omce over Siler Drug Store.
Hours 8 a. m., to o p. m.
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* R. F. PASCHAL, *
* Office over Postoffice Siler City. *
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Wfm Jf 1
Stop that pain!
It*B spoiling your en
joyment and ruinihg
your health. t
When you’re suffer
ing from headache,
neuralgia, sciatica, ear
ache, toothache, rheu
matism or any other
Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain Pills
bring relief withoi/t un
pleasant after effects.
Your druggist sells them
! at pre-war prices—2s doses
25 cents. Economy pack
age, 125 doses SI.OO.
la fi ~ tt ■ —H If -
i*HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED!
I BY AN EXPERT—COSTS NO !
j MOTE. I
eyesight Specialists and* Optician*
will be at Dr. Farrell's office, Pitts-!
(boro, N. C., every fourth Tuesday I
fin each month. Headache relieved j
I when caused by eye strain. When.
he fits you with glasses you have!
8 the satisfaction of knowng that!
Ithey are correct. Make a note of|
I the date and see him if your eyes!
I are weak. |
His next visit will be Tuesday, |
! Feb. 27th.
fr.MUI .. .. M .. .. »
; [Hj Ladies’ Spring Ox-
M fords just arrived,
i New and Snappy.
| See them.
I $3.00 to $6.00
• OPPORTUNITY |
I DO YOU KNOW HOW TO USE IT? I
1 NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE USE OF IT |
If you will wonder why (a few months later). We have g
I not all the§e cheap goods we have been telling you |
1 about.' Overalls at $1.60. Those, good Work Shirts |
lat SI.OO. Those Blue Serge Suits at $15.00 (most f
||| gone now) and you will hear those solemn words, W
I ALL GONE. ' i
I BUY YOUR NEEDS NOW |
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1 Pratt’s Baby Chick; '
|j| Feed just received.
1 Don’t risk losing
Imj your babies • when
|j| you can save theist
i with this wonderful
Comfort and Wear §
—What they are made of
—how they are designed ZJfy
—how they are tailored Jwm
—how htey retain their (
KUPPENHEIMER ( *,/£
clothes ' w/m
—are on all
Good Clothes » *
Fiw $35; S4O to 145. .
C. R. BOONE
“Good Quality Spells What Boone Sells”
DeLuxe Clothiers RALEIGH* N* C.
Write us for catalog and terms.
DARNELL & THOMAS CO,
RALEIGH, N. C.*
aw iiwwiiir—r t —r~ r ———‘
f DAY BY DAY |
I IN EVERY WAY WE ■
ARE GROWING |
BETTER AND BETTER I
The one infallible recipe is GOOD GrROCERIES, No 8
. matter how simple or elaborate a meal is, it is always ap-
■ petizing if you use fresh vegetables. It is a success with ■
8 the soup on, and every course is greeted with joy, for who J|
8 can resist the fragrant odor of good coffee and eggs that
8 are really fresh and deliciously tempting. f *
| Get good groceries and you will have no lagards at the ■
I B dinner table. When you buy from one of the Richardson g
f J ‘ stores you are getting the best.
! 8 REMEMBER * 8
I Our fresh lot of garden and flower SeedSi i§
j | Richardson Bros., |
j 42. SILER CITY, N. C. Phone 41^^
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DO YOU KNOW
WHAT IT IS?
H BROS CO,
We Sell Most Everything
Siler City, N. C.
If it’s Springs and Mattresses
you need, see Hughes.
Ladies’ Gold Stripe ®
Silk Hose at Last.
Black, Brown |
and White. # 1
Elen’s Hats ’l*
The new colors
and shapes 0