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We will have a carload of the Famous |P
I MOLINE Universal Tractor |
and Tractor Improvements m
in a few days. This is the only Tractor made and equipped
with electric starter and lights and governor. [Mj
Also, the only Tractor made th&t will do all kinds of «§
farm work, inqjpding breaking, harrowing, cultivating jUJ
crops, drilling wheat, corn, cotton, pulling wheat reapers, M
and all classes of w r ork. * |n)
This Tractor will saw from four to five thousand feet of w
timber a day with two hands—one to operate Tractor and
all implements. HI
It is believed by tho.se w 7 ho own them that it is the m)
BEST Tractor on the' market for farm work. • IjijJi
We will be glad to demonstrate it to you at any time. jjj|
Chatham Hardware Co., I
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i will earn for you 4 per cent interest, compounded }*■
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VI, ESTABLISHED 1904. >i
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1 Banting Los asi Tm Co., 1
lii R. E. Carrington, W. W. Robards, J. W. Cunningham,
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Ji- JONESBORO: • MONCURE:
I. P. Lasater, Cashier J. K. Barnes.
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(THE OLD RELIABLE) , f
SANFORD, N. C. I
\ For all Kinds ©f
T “t 1 *IL Machines and
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Prices as low as the lowest, cash or credit.
-■ * Goods delivered by truck, SSO worth or more,
' in or near Pittsboro. * We Jhave an Auto
- Hearse and a full line'of Caskets and Coffins,
Comfort and Wear jt
Depend Upon -UMu.-
—What they are made of J3BL. rmh
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—how they are tailored
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—how htey retain their
KUPPENHEIMER . ; ’ ( "/41
t/LOTHES ? I
ire a revelation on all v I
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Good Clothes i $ I
Prom «! 540 to sls.
C. R. BOONE
“Good Quality Spells What Boone Sells”
DeLuxe Clothiers RALEIGH, N. C.
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■ CDLiHUSATE AT MONCURE.
. Exe.cisiia in Honor of George Y/ash
•-•Lo-..al and reoso^al.
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i£ , _i 1. v*. $U i iiOUlliS CtiC iO E— “ i
ing Florida' d.iring the Uce wi i
They expect to visit Jacksonville, Cl.
. o. ~ iu uti. Tampa, St. Peters
, burg and other points Ox interest
! Miss Virginia Cathell, who is at-,
hxgn school at Sanford, is- at
I home lor a week or two for the pur
) pose ot\ obrerving primary work at
Miss Cain’s music class will give
) a “Musical Comedy” next Saturday
\ evening, Mr-.h 3rd. Everybody cor
j Miss Reda Umstead ,the primary
teacher, spent last week-end with d*er
parents at Stem, N. C.
A splendid program was rendered
i at the Moncure school last Friday
evening, Feb. 22nd, by the 6th and
J 7th grades in commemoration of the
birth of George Washington and Ab
raham Lincoln, as well as to cele
brate St. Valentine’s day.
(We have a report of the program
! but for lack of space we cannot print
it until next week.—Editor.)
i Catarrh Is a Local disease greatly In
fluenced by Constitutional conditions.-
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE con
sists of an Ointment which gives Quick
Relief by local application, and the
1 Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces and assists in ridding your System
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
1923 Catalog Free
Write today for Hastings’ new 11*23 ;
catalog. You will need the information I
it giv©3 almost daily—the most valu
; able and useful seed book ever publish- j
ed. It contains 100 pages, picturing l
and correctly describing the best and
•j most popular vegetables, flowers and
farm crops for South.
How and what to plant in your yard,
garden and field for* every purpose.
[ How to bat the boll weevil, bean
beetle-and other pests. Full natural
color pictures of the best Roses, Glad
ioli and other flowers. How to ge 5
packets of seed of beautiful flowers
free. How much seed is required to
plant a row or acre, when and how to
plant and cultivate. Why it pays to
plant good seeds and how to get them
as cheap or cheaper than common or
Just write for this handsome new
1923 Se.d Book. It’s a beautiful book
and you’ll be mighty glad to have it
in your home. It is absolutely frea.
Write for it today.
H. G. HASTINGS CO. #
7I c T Y 1(7 JOHNS ON",
Tactice' ” -joints—Federal, State
d Cou. ty.
:Ti.:c <• c'ko & Eubaiks Store.
I • ” . ■ eoiirt horse square,
TSBORO, N. C. i
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A V t ‘ y A'l-LA W
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I. Elmer Long, Du ham, N. C.
Janiel L. Eell, Pittsboro. N.(
C. RAY, :
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J)R. R. M. FARRELL,
Offices over the drug store, Main st.
Hoursß to 6.
PITTSBORO, N. C.
and toilet articles *
Your Every Need
Can be found in our Grocery Store, We believe that
the Grocery Business should be on a level basis and for
that reason we are carrying a Complete Stock of New,
Fresh Groceries, and we can sell them to you at the Low
er Priecs. A trial will convince you. Call and see.
THE BOONE BROS.
ERNEST and JARVIS
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* ,For Hay, Oats, Sweet Feed, Ship Stuff,
Cotton Seed Meal, Corn Meal, Poultry
I _ Feeds, Oyster Shells, Laying Mash and
g Scratch Feed, See us. We carry a Good
Supply at Reasonable Prices.
Give us a call and be convinced.
1 BLAND & CONNELL f
NEWS FROM OAKLAND. , ,
Moncure, Rt. 2, Feb. Lb.—Mr. a. d !
Mrs. ii. 0. Clegg, J ;>. a babie ,
Horace and William, visited Mr. and |
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! 1. li. IC-lglit, accompanied by Mes- j
,ji*s Ernest Harris,*' Ashley Allen and ■
Graham Con. ell, speEi- xliursday uc
Mr. Knight s home bird hunting. _ j
I Mrs. B. A. Ferry a d sou, Jamie,
spent the week-end visiting relatives
in Raleigh. .
Miss Myrtle Perry, of Raleigh,
spent a few days this week with, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clegg, Jr.,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns.
We were inded glad to have so
many visitors at Chatham church
Sunday. Am sure they enjoyed the
splendid sermon preached by Rev.
J. J. Boone.
Hunters in this section certainly
made use of the last few days of
the bird law. They were death on any
thing that resembled a quail.
WHAT TO READ.
If you have the blues, read the 27th
If your pocket or pocket- book is
empty, read the 37th Psalm.
If people seem unkind or misjudge
you, read the 15th chapter of John.
If you are discouraged about your
work, read the 126th Psalm.
If you are losing confidence in men,
read the 13th chapter of first Cor
If you can’t have your own way
in everything, keep silent and read
the third chapter of James.
If you are feelir.g all out of sorts,
read the 12th chapter .of Hebrew".
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
S The umErpi 0 * ed having qualified
! ns administratrix o? the estate of the
i i a te Weslev Marsh, deceased, o
| Chatham county, North (*a ’oPna. this
s r, to notify all persons*holding claims
-H;ahv -the •: state* of the said Wer!e
Via h, d i ?d to .f ■ ■ • "•e wjfh
1 dm igned on or before the 22"< r )
day of January, 3924, or this notice!
| /ill 'n y' T.d i b: r the'r recov i
| er ,r . .* M oer'O’S cwi- g e said estrt'*' |
will p 1 eo.se come forward a d' in a *'c
| irn-mdirt ■ settlement.
This 22nd day of January, 1923.
SALLJE M ‘ rSH,
W P HORTON, Ad i istratrix.
Having qualified as administrator
of-the estate of James Jones, deceas
ed late o*‘ Chatham county, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
holding claims against said estate to
present them to the urdersig ed duly
verified, on or before the 7th day of
February, 1924, or"this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons the said estate wil 1
please come forward and make im
This, the 7th day of Feb. 3923.
S. D. JONES,
V. R. JOHNSON, Administrator.
or ? i NTSTR 4TOR’S NOTICE.
The undersigned having this . day
qualified as administrator of tKe
estate ’ Iv. J Pei * . deceased late
of Chatham rorn ty, th.is is to ” , otif*
all t s - ' fdiag claims against
'he •• hi ° *■■■'* to pro c *a t the sa*"c
to fhp n-ip">rsia*ned hofpre the
° o 'h d - t o’ Ja-uafy, 1924, or this
not-we will u e plead in her of' the :
recovery. A ll persons owing the sai *
estate wid * please come forward and
maho immediate settlement.
This 29th day of January, 1923.
A. CARL PERRY,
, W. P. HORTON, Administrator
Attorney. Mch 8-R-6p
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
This is to certify that the under
signed has qualified as executor of
the last will and Testament of the es
tate of Thomas Beal, deceased. All
persons holding claims against the
said estate will present them to the
undersigned on or before the 3rd day
of February, 1924, or this notice
will be plead in bar of thqjr recovery.
All persons owing said estate wll
please come forward and make imme
diate pawnent. , '
This, the 3fd day of Feb. 1923.
T. B. BEAL,
W. P. HORTON, Executor.
Attorney. Mch 15-R-p
BUILD A HOME NOW!
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|ti| The price of everything is rising. Gasoline sold Satur.
W day morning at 25 cents, jumped two cents before night
I Sugar that sold at nine cents is now IX cents.
You better come and buy some of those Men’s Socks
Handkerchiefs and collars at a low price before the rise
strikes them. We have
Ladies’ Silk Hose.
Men’s Overalls, ($1.75.)
Suspenders and furnishings.
We are taking orders for tailor made suits. Come and
pick you a suit, made by the celebrated toilors—J. L. Tav.
[fit) lor & Co., Chicago. Suits range from $22 to S6O.
fly) My Grocery Department is Up-to-date
m and is Fresh and Pure.
I Cecil H. Lindley,
H’ The Pure Food Grocer.
W Main Street. Pittsboro, N. C,
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t - V\\\ fined, 14=8, Louis heel,
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j STKCUD & HUBBARD, Sanford, N. C
I Largest Stock of good Shoes and Hosiery in Lee, Chatham, Moore
and Harnett Counties.
;P?’ Come and See Us%
j Make our Store your Store when you come to Court next
I* week. We are headquarters for everything good to eat.
We make a specialty of low prices'and our immense vol
ume of trade proves that we are leading-—be convinced.
WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR CHICKENS
y AND EGGS—BUY ALL OF PRODUCE.
Little & Farrell. J
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The FARMERS. BANE
The Bank with a reputation of being the most accom*
modating and the most apprecia
tive of your business
When you fcrave money, *•' When you want money,
we want it. we have it.
FOUR PER GENT PAID ON .SAVINGS
T. M. BLAND, . BURTIS BENTON
, A. G. RAY, Vice-President
| As the Old Saying
A Stitch in Time
j; Now is the time to look over the Mower , Binder ai»
any machinery you have that is in need of repair.
•I; So please mail us your orders as*early as possible. B
)} sure to give to avoid mistakes. Do not put oJ
> ordering what you may need.
IWe are headquarters for the following machinery $
McCORMICK AND DEERING LINE OF MA
CHINERY; SUPERIOR AND COLE COTTON
! i| Beware of Imitation Goods.
: / Y'ours For Service,
I The Hardware Store, Inc
E. H. JORDAN, Manager, SILER CITY, N. (
Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed? '