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This Euwk four cylinder, five passenger touring car
effor s dependable, comfortable motonrg for
Improvements in the design of both the chassis and
the L.rr.oue Buick Valve-m-Head engine have contrib
uted further to the well known Buick qualities of
dcpendcbvhty c.nd ecoromy. Innovations in equipment
have j id • d con ic ts 1 n the open mod el tha 1 2 pproxi
liiaiw uu/so lounJ ui much **lo*6 expensive closeci cars.
For instance, with the Buick designed storm curtains,
reinforced by the Buick weather s*rip, closed c'f cori
r®ss m b' d weather has been closely approximated.
A signal pocket fur the driver, complete instrument
board, transmission lock and many ether conveniences
are features every motorist appreciates.
2 Pass. Roadster $855 2 Pass Roadster $1 175 4 Pass. Coupe •
5 Pass Touring 835 5 F«3s. Touring 1135 7 Pass. Touria* 1435
3 Pass. Coupe • 1175 * i
£ pass C dan ■ 1335 5 Pass Touring 7 Pass. Sedsn • 2195
5 Pass Tounag Sedan . . . ,935 Sport Roadster 1625
Sjv*' l -Roadster 1025 5 Peas. Sedan • 1935 Sport Touring . 1675
Prices f. a. b. Buick Factories; government tax
to be added. Ask about the G. M. A C. Purchase
Plan, which provides for Deferred Payments.
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Special Sanford Pen which was but recently introduced j
have prompted the makers to produce this same high J j
quality pen in Special Ladies’ Size also. Both models are
the most practical, durable and easy-writing Self-filling
Leak-proof fountain pens ever produced at the prices— •§ I
made .possible only by quantity production. Remember,
there is only One standard of Sanford Quality, which has
been fully recognized by the trade for nearly 25 years.
, 14 KARAT GOLD PEN, tipped with geiui\e, hard native
(Russian) iridium, smoothly ground and polished, pro
vides perfect, long-lasting writing qualities. Pen Barrels
are of very best grade Para rubber, handsomely chased.
Self -11 ling device automatically cleans the pen at the
same time it fills it, thus insuring instant writing at all
times. Screw cap makes leaking impossible. FULL
STANDARD SIZE has nickel silver clip on cap to hold
pen firmly in pocket when not in use. LADIES’ SIZE, has
gold ring affixed to end, instead of pocket clip.
For the next 80 days we are making the liberal offer
to give one of these ladies’ pens to the girl or young wo
man who will send us four new subscribers to the paper,
either The Record or The Herald. Or to the boy or young
man who will get the same number of subscribers we will
give one of the men’s pens.
This offer is good for four subscribers and they may
be sent in—one subscriber for one paper and three to the
I * other or two to one and two to the other or all for one
paper, thus making it easier for the solicitor to get the
list. Send all the subscribers at one time and tell us they §
are sent for one of the pens.
Promptly upon receipt of the $6.00 we will forward by
prepaid insured mail the pen asked for—men’s or ladies’
This is the most liberal offer ever made by a newspaper
I in North Carolina. The pen is equal to the $5.00 fountain
| pens on sale anywhere and satisfaction is guaranteed. It
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I COLIN G. SHAW, Editor—
j Pittsboro, North Caroilna.
GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS.
Short Items of Common Interest
Atlar. «u, Ga.— Reports from the
peach districts of this State today
showed that smudge pots saved ti e
orchards oL middle Georgia from ei
sects of the frosts which prevailed
1 around Easter time.
! Trenton, N. J- —A cartridge which
Clvde Oliver had turned into a pen
cil holder, exploded, tearing off two
of the boy’s fingers.
Columbia, Miss. —Damage estimated
! at SIOO 000 was caused by fire here
which destroyed the Arcade hotel a-cl
! five stores, for a time threatening the
I entire business section of the town.
Augusta Ga.—E .S. Davis, 22-year
old white man, who is said to be from
Bristol, Term., was drowned in the
j canal here when he attempted to es
cape from the city stockade. Officers
1 at the stockade said the body had rot
been found at 2 o’clock this afternoon,
i The young man had been confined at
j the stockade since March 10, office r
! said, being charged with the theft of
New York. —Mrs. Rose M art ell i, of
the Bronx, cut the throats of her 3-
year-old son and fiour-year-okl daugh
ter and then slashed her own throat.
: The children died. The mother is un
| der arrest at Fordham hospital.
! Florence, Ala. —Mrs. Dave May
. leaped i to a well and was drown d
j at her farm near Clove*dale, accorb
! ing to the county coroner, who sa d
that domestic troubles probably ac
| counted for the woman’s act.
j Boise, Idaho.—Smashing his If"
! reeoid of 22 fried eggs, six slices of
; bacon, four y>- es •. f toast and a b*
: of coffee, Oliver E. Allison ate his
! way through another record Easter
I morning. At one sitting he success
! fully disposed of 12 soft-boiled eggs,'
o- 0 slice of In cad and a bowl o '
Mag >ila, Mir- .• • *Three aged j e
1 RorS; inmates of the county almsho i e
near here, were burned to death in a
i fire which destroyed the cottage i n
< cpi d The vi Gris were
Win go, Wm. Cruise end Archie Wc’’ •,
the last named a negro.
M” 1 ion, Ga.—While on a visit to hi
j d ‘hter, Mb ' h nine Far.a.
pa-h.vt ! u a Macon infirmary, Ci
h Farmer, 47, a stock and bond
broker, of New Yo>k city, became
sffbieui} iii here and died in the hos
pital in which ills daughter is a pa
* t T cnt.
2 wanna, Go.—Fire of undetermin
ed -- r T- ved $50,000 worth of
a.- in one w. rehouse of the Savan
■;b F gar T : nery companv, eiglT:
: n2'e..» v est c* Savannah, Sunday.
T v ..e Arlinrt.ol hotel at Hot Springs,
was t d Thursday mo : '
s the of.' -1 hostelry in lloc
Sy« < ws.
; ' o’ating of Klansmen in a Bel
levue, Pa., church last week by the i
pastor is held up as a model for oth- !
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Thirteen prsons are dead, over 20
injured and 142 houses leveled to tie
ground, is the toll of a tornado that
passed over Fineville, La., last week.
President T'farding returned to
a month’s vacation,
a month’s vaactoin. 1
! The churches made a big increase 1
; during 1922. The total number of !
1 church members in the United States 1
' totol 44,663,684, They gained nearly a
Mrs. Foust 111.
; Gohlston. Rt. 1, April 9.—Miss Mol- j
j lie Gains has returned home from |
) Greensboro where she has been at
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oldham and i
j child''en, Marvin and FI eta, were re- ;
| cent visitors to Greensboro and Wins- I
Sorry to report 11. D. Stinson is ill
j Mr. J. W. Oldham, of Greenville, S.
' C., was a recent visitor at the home
of his brother, Thos. Oldham.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Oldham and Al
ton Elkins spent the week-end in
Mrs. Lillie Foust, of .Greensboro,
who is visiting at E. P. Barber’s is se
| Passengers From Bermuda Given Sur
j New York, April 10.—When the
* steamship Araguays arrived today
| from Bermuda, 75 passengers, each
; were armed with a quart of liquor.
j When customs guards began col
; lecting the bottles, the tourists mur
mured “for medicinal purposes,” and
produced newspaper clippings of re- i
cent date stating that Thomas W, 1
Whittle, surveyor of the port, had;
ruled a quart was admissible with in- j
The voyagers’ faces fell when they
were informed the local customs rul
ing had been cancelled by Washing
ton while they were steaming up the j
Bomb Wrecks Office Ku Klux Paper.!
Chicago, April 10. —Explosion of a |
bomb wrecked the publication of the
Dawn, a Ku Klux Klan organ, last j
week. Twenty minutes later another!
bomb partly damaged the office of F.
W. Gilliand, a roofer, who said he
had advertised in the Klan publica
tion. The two explosions, police said,
probably were set off by the same
Soon after the bombing police tele
phoned advertisers of the Dawn to !
warn them of possible bombing.
Edwin J. Parke, publisher of Dawn, j
said he had been receiving threaten
ing letters. “Only two days ago I re
ceived a telephone call warning me
that my printing establishment and
my home would be blown up,” he said.
Police were assigned to guard
* Parke’s home.
j. T. OLIVE ACburi.
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I want to write this time on the
subject of repentance and remission of .
sins, and we all know that those two
things have to be had before we can
enter heave . V/hat a glorious gift
it is of God to give us those great
blessings and how good it is to feel j
God s love in our souls, and that we
have complied with God's commands.;
I feel that if He was to call us we j
would be ready to go, and that thru j
repentance and remission of sins we
are ready to go when He does call.
Although the world persecutes us and
says all Christians sin, does not Jes
us plainly say that a good tree can
not bring forth corrupt fruit, I Matt.
V ard .LG j
'J v ei e, they complied with the i
offered terms of the gospel and re- j
pented as J been redeemed through
Jesus' Lboci and been cleansed thru
Jesus’ blood. He is then a stranger
to the world and the world hates for
he has repented. God has given him j
the remission of sins. My brethren
in Christ, do you not feel, therefore}
that holy feeling of God’s love that j
dwells in your heart? j
If you do not for the Lord’s sake
do, and then you will know what re
ligion is. Then you will have repent
ed of your sins and .God will write
your name in the Lamb’s book of life, j
Then the world will hate and perse- i
i you like i did Je >us b< ; you. j
But nevei theless, we live sinners’j
* <v.ds but we must not love their ways 1
nor t ) with them. N '
•..'b, . . ~ • ■n ns ebau, a...mi i
ernvimg by wo ds ard filthy talk. |
. iot even p. t their.
tongues u on, riph. 4-5.
ace and remission of
sin:-, v. id do for anyone and, those sm-;
' all sin,
\ e >•* ! p- so vshst the B :: >L • r-y •,
for >e are Jesus Christ’s witnesses}
for him. How can we witness lor:
■'] a s 1 the same time wit.ecns
against him ?
Dear people, they tha f have re^e- 4 --
sion o sins,
are not living such lives as that, for
hv ll’oir fruits you shad Iso/ them.
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■ we well kn< .
thev Fine ( 1 air?! >. ring
povr ocv.lit bosoves, shor 4 -
g like. I say thru fi i !
in • • ' l ‘ t • c-V lelJ■ ’m. and those
vko do such .th’e. ■/ do them beeai
thev love such things more than they
.e (o' ; ’ d s ich fre’-s ate r.ot goo 1
si ? religion.
prove** is that God will convince them
and show them what a mess they are
May God bless theb* precious souls
and v- lem wliat they are doi g
before the r roach ete v ” , al destruction
c ’ t 1 may be saved for . whom.
O-V died. To think how it well be,
until nil sinners and all Mars end hv- :
. weepi -g £nd wailin •• and
cnashino’ of teeth. I
T am honing and praying to God;
thof t-Crt m’U] nro few W r *' , fD to !
g of His poor
lo t souls mid Tib hies mgs on all. !
i remain vour servant in Christ. j
Pittsboro, Rt. 2. J. T. OLIVE.'
Former Chatham ite Marries j
Ga i»a B inner, April 6.
Mr. Raymond Rose Knight and Miss!
Aud Maze were united in!
mac. b.; -sue day afternoon at the j
hoc. of Mr. 1 Mrs. Frank Clegg on j
Green street, Rev. L. B. Jones of-j
ficiating and using the impressive
ring ceremony, ihe house was pret
tily decorated, jonquils being used in
profusion. There were only a few in
timate blends and ’relatives present,
the man Age be big in the nature of
a surprise so well were the plans kept
secret. V . A. White, the best man,
was the ordy attendant.
The bride, who was Miss May Maze,
a popular you g lady of Clarksburg,
W. Va., ha been the guest of rela-J
fives in Southern Pines for several}
months, wqs attired in a blue satin j
dress overlaid with black lace. She
wore a corsage of sweet peas and li
lies of the valley. She is a graduate j
Mr. Kright, who is a native of i
Chatham county, bolds a responsible i
position u. ith the Dillon Supply Com- |
ileigh, making Sanford his
headquarters. He is one of the most'
popular yoimg men in Sanford and
•as many warm friends.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Knight left for Clarksburg,
W. Va., where they will visit the
home of Mrs. Knight.
Says Potatoes Did It,
New York, April 10.—This is a tale
of the lowly spud.
Boiled and salted it formed the '
early diet of Miss Alma Cummings, of ;
San Antonio, Tex.
Mashed and salted it carried her
through the perils of Texas ranch
Baked and salted it sustained her
in New York where recently she danc
ed continuously for 27 hours and es- !
tablished a record for long distance
During the time that she was es
tablishing her record Miss Cummings
exhausted one band, two talking ma
chines, 12 dance records, one pair
of shoes and eight partners.
The first of her partners danced for
j seven hours and then fainted. The j
I second danced for five hours and a j
j half and then excused himself as it!
I was Sunday morning and he was an- j
I xious to go to church. One by one !
i sir other partners took their places
j only to retire wan and defeated.
“I Never Knew You Could Keep Rats
Out of a Butcher Shop.”
What Ralph Watkins says: “Fig
ured rats around store had enough to
'feed on; wouldn’t touch anything sus
' picious. Heard about RAT-SNAP,
I gave it a trial. Results were wonder
j ful. Cleaned all rats out in ten days.
i Dogs about store night and day never
touch RAT-SNAP.” Three sizes, 25c.
50c., SI.OO. Sold and guaranteed by
Siler City Drug Store and The Hard
ware, Siler City; W. L. London and
f Son, Pilkington Pharmacy and The
Chatham Hardware Co., Pittsboro, N.
' I A Distinguished Appearance
/nv /n is a pleasure enjoyed when your Res
idence is attractively painted with
f|Mpf L&M SEMI-PASTE PAST !
Longest years of wear because costly
if White Zinc is added for durability— !
JJ /cJBGALSjj&i Least Cost, because you add 3 quarts of lin- \
LGM'Jj’* l N seed Oil to each gall, paint, making the Best 5
Pure Paint for $2.82 a galL, ready to use. jjj
Oil to L&M Semi-Paste Paent Extensively used for SO years
Quickly done. SavesyouMoney * w r- „, r
XV—FCR SALE BY*m J
POLLARD BROTHERS DURHAM, N. C.
W.'L. LONDON & SON PITTSORO, N. C.
C. B. CRUTCHFIELD, MONCURE, N. C.
The FARMERS BANK*
PITTSBORO, N. C.
The Bank with a reputation of being the most'accom
modating and the most apprecia
tive of your business
When you have money, When you want money,
we want it. we have it.
FOUR FEE CENT PAID ON SAVINGS
j !. SI. RLAND, RUBTIS BENTON
A.-C. HAY, Vice-President
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Our big, general Stock of Groceries is the finest pos- a
sible at the lowest prices—enables us to fill your grocery J
order more profitably and satisfactorily to you, whether |
it be an ounce of tea or a barrel of flour. It’s a servie we S
believe you will like. The prices, too, make our store an
ij inviting place to trade. |
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jjj PITTSORO, —•— NORTH CAROLINA. |
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FURNITURE, COFFINS and CASKETS |
BENNETT, N. C. |
| I have opened a Furniture Store at Bennett and will sell
iwhat Furniture I carry on a close Margin, as Ido not ex- t
pect to sell on time, this will be better for me and also the |
| Buyer. %
I also have and will carry a line of BURIAL SUPPLIES I
: I CASKETS, ETC. |
1 1 When you are in town stop over to‘ see Our Furniture |
I<| Line. See what I now have and get Prices. i
Also Mrs. E. S. PHILLIPS and Mrs. C. E. JONES sell |
! | millinery and -make ladies’ and children’s dresses on or- |
! | ders in the same building.
I Yours truly,
I ED. S. PHILLIPS 1
| PHONE BENNETT DEPOT BENNETT, N. C. |
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I For the Least Money i
KXklpiy Automobile Tires have made tw r o ad- ;
fVV J H vances since January 1, 1923, and are J
;* 'J\X\ i! % destined to go higher if the price of cot
l XXX i 1 m ton stays high. The Goodyear Tires are \
'XX/ l p the BEST Tires—they have stood the !;
■ V\A i! B Test. We have a big stock in all the |!
fVfy ii 1 sizes and can meet your needs. Buy now ||
!!;•% B and take advantage of the present low
I; S Also general line of hardware in any- ;
/ thing and everything that you need. |!
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E. H. JORDAN, Manager, SILER CITY, N. C. j
Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed. i