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■.•j-.iii his people
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H- rph w i?iie ‘in Fitt-boro last
1 „,v a permanent
mo ’■■ t t;i; trermins being
I r •fTin attended the un
■ l Gn»« * association
■ < „ r tl embaln .ei.
■ on !salem this «eh.
I . ..j 0 [ m ;on v ent to a hos
feSr M«Hiay t» l« °P erat "
I 11-ton Fitifboro's early
■Ril the Keconl Monday
H nearly grown-
I •*, Ira Farrell, of Duv
■ fc'en here on a snort ' -.t
■. Hr;. I 3. Boons.
■ fon , e ll. who is with thej
Hho so„ of Ralceh.
■ en | with his parents.
M-tet Johnson has erected a
Hoc* post «** bi,,d ;, ,1 5
c H-o-c and stripes ate now ii>-
H', r . o’i 0 ’i who went to Durham
Haw where m operation for
■jtb was has re-
Home nvjch improved in health, i
Bndinnn of Mr. Charlie Knight, ,
■ stricken with paralysis of
Hr about two weeks ago, con- .
Ktical, his friends will regret
m, B. Dorsett and daughters,
H)ia and Josie. of Siler City,
■E. Harris, of Raleigh, and 0.
Hr;on. of Charlotte, were visi
jß Pittsboro Monday.
Reral procession passed thru j
Ho from Durham Monday with ;
H of Mrs. Lost Tyson, who died
H city Sunday. Mrs. Tyson
Hied at Pleasant Hill.
H are times when a broken win- ]
Hne from a stray baseball is
■ than the broken health of the
■ Sunshine and outdoor exer-
Hke young folks healthy.
He lire is being connected with
■>< ranting from the court- j
H niraish water for the Square
■station on the southwest cor- !
■he-t street and court house j
■eported that Mrs. J. S. Wrenn !
Hhera in Rex hosnital, Raleigh, |
B oa r t three weeks for treat-1
Hy ?o much improved that she
H the hospital but has not yet
HI to her home.
Hew cement bridge over Haw
■ Bynum has been accepted by
■; toad commission. Part of ■
H le f e(l bridge is still stand-.
■ the end on the north side of
H cture being torn away.
I 0 brick work on the foun-
B lu ® new school building has
Excavating for the base
s' wn quite a job, Mr. J. 0.
H av ! n S found much hard rock
■ et fJired a lot of blasting.
■7 bad its commencement
Hue. tbose who graduated
H. rt am Were: From the liter-*
I, Nellie Rives Cheek,
Harfm*4 1S * From the busi-
H.T e ?t: Flora Belle Riggs-
H; a f iIor ™ won the Excel
m? p ai(l v VoUl ' town taxes? If
■conip n ‘ N ' ooe WOU RI like for
I d If! 0 ® now as the first
|C l to C tle the
■ min k.j • * lh will be m
■'our t a ; a ne? r this month.
H tomorrow. ° <lay and do not
H organi!l'? sa ' es (ia F s °f the
H lou nt ip f CUrb market at
Rnd E f i Jr ‘f m women of
■ and ?icfo-^ e 00un ties sold
m Nai 2 ° ' vcrth of pro-
H : f b fl saip?°iv ty C } uh boy P ro "
■ mac le and b- yaking baskets.
I and sol d 15 at $1 each.
■' st °f'the a L"'° rk on fil,in K tll e
l H °Pe Stee l b r i(ige ov '
Hidav. tl- k , Aas to have be
■ put U n uJ S a new bridge
m y ear but the
H' Vl >o(len l.n'j ' r . bee n filled in.
|: b"fe‘?c very dan?er
■ bridge. Fno\vn as the
HfM other" ° Ve i r 100 mu^es ,
■ !(,in !?, bpl n Parapiernalia for
■ a nford-piH,i. v,orK this week
t can learn IT 0 road - From
1 12 mil camp will be
each wav 0f T P u ,ttshoro
liuilt 0 ’ 6 c " u "ty iviiut p™-'
Mr. R. E. Boone is having erected
on West street a six-room hungalow.
.Mr. J. S. Wrenn has returned from
Raleigh and Zebulon, where he has
been on business.
Mites and lice multiply very fast
in hot weather. Watch for them on
the roost poles and on young chick
Hundreds of chickens are daily be
ng shipped from this section of the
ounty to Durham and Raleigh. Fry
ms are bringing 45 cents a pound,
1 ens 25 cents. Eggs are selling in
Ittsboro at 25 cents a dozen.
Mrs. and Mr. Polly Tickk, a play
given by the Woman’s club of Pitts
toro and rendered by home talent,
was well received at the auditorium
Tuesday evening, the hall being near
ly full. Everyone in the play carried
out their parts to perfection. ... The
ulay was well worth going to see, that
is, if you like to enjoy a good laugh.
The proceeds amounted to $lO5, the
club receiving some S3O oiys4o.
Another Man Thinks It.
Mr. J. T. Brady, of Moncure, told
us last week that we were printing
the best paper that Chatham county
ever had. He thought the paper a
good one for the entire county and in
cidentally said that he frequently
heard many people complimenting
both the editor and the paper.
Visits in Apex.
Mr. Bennet Nooe, wife and daugh
ter, of Rockingham, Mr. C. W. Car
ter, of Clayton, Dr. J. R. Hunter and
wife, Mrs. C. J. Hunter, Miss Julia
Ferrel and Cary Hunter, of Raleigh,
i Mrs. J. R. Carter with her four sons,
Felix, Roy> Hunter and Bruce, all
spent Sunday in the'home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Hunter.
There will be religious sendees at
St. Marks’ Episcopal church at Gulf,
next Sunday afternoon, May 27th, at
3:30. All are welcome.
I Postmasters Appointed in Chatham.
Washington, May 20.—James Hack»-
ney has been appointed postmaster at
1 Riggsbee in this county. Mrs. Susan
E. Gotten has been appointed at Truth
ateo in this county. . '
FREDERICK MILTON GILMORE.
Friday, May 18, 1923, the Death
Angel entered the home of Mr. and
i Mrs. W. H. Gilmore and took to Hea
! ven their baby boy, Frederick Milton,
bom September 8, 1922, age 8 months
and 10 days; he has fillfed his mission
here tho’ it was a short life, yet fond
parents grieve not for he has gone to'
! join the little twin brother, Roderick,
J who was called home a few months
! ago. Your loss is Heaven’s gain.
All was done by devoted parents,
friends and loved ones that could be
done, but God in His all wise provid
ence, did not see fit to spare him to us
any longer and has taken him to dwell
forever in “That home not made with
hands eternal in the Heavens.”
Weep not, fond parents, yoiir home
i is lonely, the little crib is empty, but
j your little cherub is safe in the arms
j of Jesus free from the pains, suffer
i ings and temptations of Jthis life. May
I our Heavenly Father comfort and con
| sole you in this dark hour es sadness
j and enable vou to ever live ready to
' meet your baby boy when this life
The little crib is empty now,
The little clothes laid by;
A mother’s hope, a father’s jov,
In death’s cold arms doth lie.
Gone, sweet Frederick, to thy home,
On yonder blissful shore;
We miss thee here, but soon we’ll
Where thou hast gone before.
None of the men who would make
perfect husbands are married.—Wash
We grind your corn or sell
you meak Beard Bros.
D,JU LI uiVcSAF re R
of Fayetteville, specialist in Op
tomerty, Graduate Philaadelphia
College, will be at
Hadley Hotel, Siler City
Monday, May 28
For the purpose of examining
eyes and fitting glasses.
Dr. Schaffer is well known to b’>r
many readers, therefore he does not
need any further comment.
Miss Lane in. Wreck.
Miss Margaret Lane, driving a
Franklin sedan, had a collision with
Mr. J. F. Jones, who was driving a
Ford touring car, one and a half
miles west of Siler City, Tuesday
night about .8 o’clock. The fact that
both cars were running slowly per
haps saved them all frbm serious in
jury. Mr. Jones Was thrown from his
car in front of the sedan and bruised
about the body and hands. A baby I
of Mrs. J. M. Foust was slightly in-!
jured by broken glass and Mrs. Foust i
The Ford car was almost a total;
wreck, while the Franklin escaped
with a slightly damaged wind shield.
At tiie point of collision the road is i
narrow and there is a good grade; Mr.
Jones was descending the hill while
the larger car was going up. This
’ act probably saved a more serious
Miss Lane is the daughter of ex
sheriff and Mrs. Leon T. Lane and Mr.
Jones is the mail carrier between Siler
City and Pittsboro.
Carrying Out the Law.
Pittsboro has one lady who believes
in obeying the prohibition daw. She
is a strong prohibitionist but thinks
a little whiskey or wjne should be*
allowed in case of sickness. This lady
had about a gallon of wine that she
made for use in her home, but as the
law read that no one was allowed to
keep it in the house, a day or two ago
she took her jug of wine to the gar
den and emptied it.
The lady in question is adhering
strictly to the law for she believes if
it is against the law for one person,
to have it on premises, it is against
Let Us Sell You at a I
. ... i
We have our business arranged in such a manner that
we can give you a better price on your Furniture than
‘ you can secure anywhere else. Come and look over my
line. I have the kind of Furniture that will make your
home beautiful and if I haven’t just the kind or piece that
you want, I can get it in a short time.
We can furnish you at any time with bedsteads, mir
rors, rockers, chairs, parlor suits, davenports, bed springs
carpets, rugs library tables, paYlor tables, extension ta
bles, safes, kitchen cabinets, window shades, also several
patterns in congoleum.
We also carry a complete line of coffins and cakets.
Ed. S. Phillips !
Bennett, North Carolina. j
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I , They Are In Stock Here H
Don’t forget that we have a full and complete stock of
low quarter shoes in the best and Standard makes. We |g
want you to come and see the wonderful values in Men’s, H
Ladies and Children’s Low Shoes. ,
Silver Belle 1 $3.65 PI
Craddock Special * $3.50 Ks
Southern Belle * —- s6*so Hj
Every pair is a bargain.
“PAY CASH AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE.”
L. N. WOMBLE, I
•Q ■ 'THEY LOOK
I t THEY ARE
everything there but the weight. There’s a happy
surprise in store for the man who wears one of our sum
mer suits this season.
Os course, you expect comfort and* coolness. But now
you get the same elaborate construction which goes into
the regular wool suits. But they are light weight.
Cool colors, easy-fitting models.
Wffldns-Ricks Company, S N nl c ord
—The House of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes.—»
tho law for another person to have
it. There -are not many people in
Chatham or elsewhere who'would de
liberately destroy a gallon of good
wine in order to obey the law, but
she did it.
Moncure, Rt. 2, ]\!ay 21.—Messrs,
and Mrs. Turner of Winston- Salem; j
; Mr. Clyde Griffin and Mr. and Mrs.
i Harvey and Wilson Brown and Mr. i
| Todd and children, of Pheonix Utility
| Co., visited at the home of Mr. and
! Mrs. J. W. Griffin last Sunday.
I Mr. Lockhart, of Orange county,
viisted his nieces, the Misses Clegg,
one day last week. •
i Misses Isabelle andi Irene Petty are
visiting friends and relatives in this
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Griffin spent
. Saturday night and Sunday visiting
relatives in Jonesboro.
Mr. Talmage Harper spent Sunday
visiting in Durham.'
Mrs. W. B. Harper has made a good
! profit from her cabbage patch this
spring. She set out nearly on acre
of plants last fall. The cabbage head
-1 ed early and the people wanted cab
bage to eat, therefore Mrs. Harper
received a good price for them.
Mn c - Fred Ray, of Sanford, is vis
’ iting Mis. W. B. Thomas this week.
Rev. Allen is Back.
Rev. W. E. Allen has returned from
Galveston, Tex., where he went on a
business trip a few days ago.
“Rouge is 80 percent iron”. In |
. somfe cases more washing and less
ironing is advisable. —Duluth Herald, j
1| ■■saris ||
if' COTTON ANDCORN PLANTERS AND GUANO DIS- ■
|S TRIBUTORS. H
M INTERNATIONAL AND OLIVER CHILLED SIX HOE tl
l|| CULTIVATORS. ||
|| THE BEST MADE. ||
I W. L. London &Son 1
If ’Get Your . jj
111 Needs Here I
|j| A Store FULL of New Styles and FINE quality. ]!
I!; Exquisite Dresses, Suits and Coats and attractively pric- ||
j; ed. See Our Line of Guaranteed Taffetas, Canton Crepes, ;j
I I Voiles, etc. They are pleasing to the eye.* !;
I|| We’ll be glad-to show you. ||
ijj Woody Bros. Quality Shop jj
|!; Formerly Ladies Emporium, ;l
Ijj E. D. WOODY, SILER CITY, NORTH CAROLINA. ;j
I Like Hot Kakes J
;p| Pittsboro is '* . |j|
1 Butter Kist Pop Corn Roaster M
Ira) ' # . vMI
You can see the machine in operation at
M eery Store. Get a package of popcorn and feel it melt in |Rj .
your mouth. Hot Peanuts right from the roaster.- M
I You should see my line of Dress Shirts. They are beau- J|!
pi ties. Prices range from SI.OO to $2.00. |M
Work Shirts priced as low at 75 cents. |p
m Spring underwear and Hose at bargain prices. |-|t
My Grocery Department is Up-to-date
'MJ and is Fresh and Pure.
S Cecil H. Lindley, 1
|| The Pure Food Grocer.
W Main Street. Pittsboro, N. C. m
T. M. BLAND & CO. HAS A FULL LINE OF CHECKERBOARD FEEDS
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Headed For T. M. Bland & Co’s
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Always remember that we are on the job and we make
the prices while others follow. ‘lf you want the lowest
price on the best grade of goods just come to our store or
phone us and you will get what you want at the right
We have plenty of competent help to serve our custom
ers and each and every one appreciates your patronage,
therefore we will offer every accomodation, both as to
service and price that good business judgment will afford.
Just read these few specials and come and look over
all the others:
TRADE WHERE YOUR DOLLARS ARE THE LARGEST.
Heavy fat back, 16c. per lb ;_flats 14c. per lb.; lard priced accord
ingly; flour 7.20 to SB.OO per bbl.; chops $2.25 a*sack; Red Dog
|12.50; Molasses Feed $2.25 per sack; Oats $3.25 per sack; Ov
eralls, best made, $1.65 per pair and we are still selling sugar for .
10 l-2<% per lb. f
We have a nice supply of peas, beans, rape and millet seed on band
We are buying to sell fast and low.
Come and get our prices before you buy and see; if our statement
is not true.
WE ARE THE SOLE DEALERS IN CHATHAM COUNTY FOR
CHECKERBOARD FEEDS. .
T. M. Bland & Co.;
PITTSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA,
M. BLAND & CO. HAS A FULL LINE OF CHECKERBOARD FEEDS
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