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I I Miss Kate Vestal | 1
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I is offering her annual July attractive prices on millinery |
to begin JUNE 15 tb. |
S All spring models at price that will appeal to the late g
$ buyer. . _ , I
$ Also Leghorns and Mid-Summer White Hats, Felts, etc., |
S will be shown as the season demands. Taffetas, Crepes, I
| Hosiery, 12 months the year. |
x To serve you. |
I MISS KATE VESTAL 1
$ MISS KARA LANE MISS M. STONE. |
1 This line or Millinery is also being Shown by Mrs. C. B. §
$ Fitts at Bear Creek. I
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I Yes, mam, we have here good looking styles as have |
seldom been the fortune of the women of Chatham coun
ty to see. The selection is so comprehensive, so complete |
with value giving that choosing will certainly be a pleas- |
5 ure here. Call and let us show them to you. |
I C. L. BROWER & COMPANY, 1
> Dealer in Quality Merchandise. f
► SILER CITY,
I listen, Ladies, Listen! |
I WE HAVE A FEW SPRING AND SUMMER COATS 1
AND DRESSES THAT WE ARE OFFERING FOR THE
I NEXT TEN DAYS AT AND BELOW COST. NOW IS |
I THE TIME TO BUY. LET US SHOW YOU. |
I Woody Bros. Quality Shop I
| Formerly Ladies Emporium, |
I E. D. WOODY, SILER CITY, NORTH CAROLINA.
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Whether in the field, around !
the farm, or on the road, the \
Fcrdscn Tractor is doing won
ders in saving time, reducing
cost and increasing profits for
thousands of farmers every
Wo matter what the farm task,
if it can be done by motive
power the Fordson can do it,
and do it well. \
170,000 now in use in all parts
of the country and in every kind
of field and belt work prove the
efficiency, stability, and relia
bility of the Fordson Tractor.
Cull, write or phone for the j j
facts. Learn now just what
the Fordson means to you in •||
the day’s work.
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ELDER MOTOR COMPANY.
SILER CITY, N. C.
8395 f. o. b. Detroit. iji \
SNOW CAMP ITEMS.
I Snow Camp, June 18.—The Ladies’
> Missionary Society met at Mrs. Claude
! Coble’s Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Stuart and
! Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Stuart took din
! ner at Mr. Wesley Ruth’s Sunday.
Mr. John Allen is not improving
; in health. He is very sick.
Julia Williams is very sick with the
1 measles. This is the only case in'
Snow Camp, hope it will remain so.
The young people’s meeting was
held at Bethlehem church last night.
Rev. Talbert gave a very good ser
mon. •* ' '
Mr. Ed Griffin has purchased a new
Misses Sylvia and Mattie Andrew
visited their uncles in Chatham and
Southern Alamance Wednesday and
Miss Nellie Allen is at home now.
She finished at Guilford college this
spring and is planning to teach this
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hutchison at
tended the services at Bethel Sunday.
Mr. Holmes gave an excellent sermon,
taking the Sunday school lesson as his
FALL CREEK NEWS.
Bear Creek, Rt. 3, June 18.—A large
crowd attended Sunday school at Fall
Creek Sunday. There were several
visitors attending. We were glad to
have those people with us. A laige
crowd attended the ice cream supper
at Mr. Jerry Phillips Saturday night
and seemed to enjoy themselves.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brewer and Mr.
and Mrs E. P. Hill were visitors at
the home of Mr. T. B. Bray’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sanders, of near
Coleridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Burgess, of near Liberty, were visi
tors at E. C. Brewer’s Sunday.
Mr. Ira Brewer and family, of Ram
seur, visited on route 3 Sunday.
Mr. Hovt Scott spent
night at J. W. Brewer’s.
Misses Nora Brady and Lola Bell
Branson spent Saturday night with
Misses Lizzie and Stella Jones.
Rev. Bartlett will be at Fall Creek
27, 28, 29th of June to lecture on
Sunday school and other subjects.
He will speak at 5 o’clock in the
evening, the 27th. the time has not
been set for the other days. We hope
a large crowd will attend.
BRIEF, INTERESTING FACTS
Figures and Historical Mention
Os Interest. #
Babe Ruth’s salary is $4,333 a
Eleven daily newspapers are publish
ed in Rome, Italy.
Early Romans were the first glass
makers of England.
Eleven species of birds have been
wiped out entirely in this country dur
ing the past 50 years.
The premier of Bulgaria, M. Stam
boulisky, proposes that whenever ten
or more Communists are discovered
in a peasant village, they shall be
compelled to pool their resources and
enter upon an experiment in commun
In the modern hospitals when a
baby is born a print of the child’s
foot is taken and on the same paper
the thumb-print of the mother, for
identification. It is claimed man;-
mothers fear hospital accouchement
lest the nurses “mix those babies up.’
J ' : ’ • >•' *■ .
While steaming in battle formation
in the Gulf of Panama the United
States battleship Arizona struck a
whale head on. So vicious was the
encounter that the whale was cut*
practically in two on the prow of the
warship. It was necessary to halt the
ship’s, engines while a wrecking crew
disengaged the carcass.
The Supreme Court was told dur
ing argument recently that, the vaude
ville business was controlled so com
pletely by the B. F. Keith Vaudeville
v vh'vnp’e. the Orpheum Circa vs Tvi
corpoyted and, similar agencies that an
actor, - author or producer cc.vd ro
-none' 1 ?! unless he subscribed to their
Sherwood Forest,-the hair tof Bob
i - Hood v- to ' 3 destroyed s o ru.ppb
coal. It is,estimated 10.000,000 tons
a year can be mi: ed in the Hstoi v" 1
region of Nottingham County. Ed
wins tow Hr:!! the a c‘e ;t mission,
to he turned i d o an od-icatrovul cen
ter for the mb'err. The historic for
est is owned hv lords who are pom
and harassed hv the income tax.
THE FUTURE TIMBER SUPPLY.
Atlanta. Gn., June 10.——For its tu
tare supplv c- timber the South must
look to the farmers’ woodhatß,
Roland Tvr er. general agrico.ltir
agent of the Southern Railway S• s
tem, calling attention to the problem
and the oppoVanity which “our van
ishing forests” present to the South
The farmer’s woe Tot can be move,
to yield a steady cash income as well
as to furnish the lumber needed for
the farm, says Mr. Turner, .ui ui gir r -’
careful maragenfent of woodlands
which are on soil too rough or i
tile ’or tillage hut which can be made
to pay a profitable dividend by cutting
out the mature timber and protecting
the young growth from injury by fire
and other causes.
What can oe done to make me
woodlot pay is shown by the
i.o 1921 the farm wood’ots or IV.sarc
land, where advanced forestry meth
ods have been adopted, showed an av
erage income of $2.75 per acre a- d
each tract was cut over in such a man
ner that a new crop will fol’ow the
As the South’s largest consumer of
! v/ ood as well as the owners of a large
: Phrt or its present timber supply, far
mers have a vital interest in forest
I preservation on their own farms and
! ? aa make their wooded lands pay an
| income as well as to keep down their
. mnicer bill, Mr. Turner concludes.
RECEIVES FIVE-YEAR TERM.
Is Sentenced to Go to Prison Follow
ing Jury Verdict.
W. R. Clayton, at one time pros
perous automobile dealer doing a large
business in new and used cars at Fay
etteville, was last week sentenced by
Judge Henry G. Connor to serve five
years in the United States prison at
' Atlanta, Georgia, for receiving auto
mobiles transported in interstate com
merce, knowing them to have been
Clayton was convicted on an indict
ment charging the receipt of five Ca
dillac automobiles but the defendant is
alleged to have dealt in more than
one hundred stolen automobiles having
a total value of more than $200,000.
From the standpoint of the amount
of money involved, the prosecution i
ranks as one of the largest if not the
largest in the United States since Con
gress passed Dyar anti-automobile
theft act in 1919. Practically all of
the automobiles are alleged to have
been stolen in and around New York
by Frank Eckels, alias J. Cummings,
and associates. Eckels is now serving
a term in the New York State Prison
and several of his erstwhile confeder
ates are also behind the bars but none
of them were tried here.
The Clayton cases have been hang
ing fire since 1920 when Clayton was
first accused and original owners of
the automobiles began to recover their
Clayton was allowed 30 days in
which to straighten out his business
affairs before beginning his term in
He gave bond in thesum of $2,500
and is to report to United States Mar
shall R. W. Ward, at Raleigh on July
14 to be taken to Atlanta.
Moncure, June 18. —Mrs. J. W.
Womble and children, of Sanford, Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Petty and children,
of Siler City, spent the day with Mrs.
S. V. Holt last Sunday.
Rev. B. J. Howard,, pastor of New
Elam church, spent a short while with
Mrs. S. V. Holt last Sunday, who us
ed to.be one of his members before
she moved to Moncure.
Misses Catherine Thomas and Wil
lie Bostain are going to attend a house
party next Saturday at Lakevie l #
which will last a week. They will meet
some of their relatives there from
Mr. J. K. Barnes, the cashier of the
Moncure Bank, spent last Saturday in
Raleigh on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Windham and two
children and Mr. and Mrs. Honeycut,
of Hamlet, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
E, E. Maynard this week.
Mr. John Bell, Jr., the rural carrier
on route one, is taking his vacation
and it is being supplied by Mr. Ray
Mrs. J. F. Hartsell, of Haywood,
left last Tuesday morning for Fort
Bragg, near Fayetteville, to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Ruppe, for a week.
Mrs. J. F. Hartsell and Mr. Ruppe,
of Fort Bragg, attended Shriners
meeting at. Washington, D. C., from
June 3rd to 16th.
Miss Ada Reynolds, of Washington,
D. C., is visiting Mrs. J. F. Hartsell
GARRETT SHOT BY BROTHER.
Prosecution Has Strong Hand in Case
Resulting From Preacher’s Death.
Richmond Va., June 16.— Counsel
Lor the prosecution in the case of Rob
ert O. Garrett and Larkin C. Garrett,
prominent office holders and politi
cians of Cumberland county, charged
with the' recent murder of the Rev. E.
vS. Pierce, Baptist circuit rider of that
county, formerly of North Carolina,
will endeavor to establish at the trial!
that Robert O, Garrett was shot by
his brother imd not by the preacher
in the fusillade which resulted in the
preacher being killed and Robert Gar
ret receiving a pistol bullet wound in
the bade, it was learned today.
WHO PAYS THE TAXES.
Washington dispatches recently stat
ed that manufacturers of the couut’p ;
va’d 76.82 percent of the Feclera ■ |
I foxes received. If the whole tint
j were told the statement would be j
romothing Ike this: “Os the Feeler- 1
n\ tax burden laid on the people of the I
United States, so much reached the i
Treasury through the collectors,
76,88 percent o ; ’ the amount rece’v 1
ed was collected by manufacturers.’’ i
TRonufarfci’tre nays ro tuxes.. Every j
assessment against manufacture y- j
added together with a profit, to the j
urice, and in the end M \ Ultimate j
Fo~sumer. .although not listed on the j
tore rolls, paws the phot.
A marii Aoetuoing center derives its
profits from rales Toll over the eoun
• sometime • from e J wr countries,
~o it. mav mu on that a part of the
: • ■ .• - in - aid bv rr ' ne for
.gioti ultimate consumer who ’ws pvv
tm red 6me wan goods, ah hough not
under the protection of Old G’ory.
TO VISITORS IN RALEIGH.
If you want to ask anything or tel! !
anvthtng; if von want to buy anythin 9. j
or sc l ! anything; if you are in deb'; i
I - m v -y.'.t to get out, or if you are out j
! of debt and wart to get in; if you :
i want to secure a partner o v get •‘d |
of ovo: it’ you want a matter arbi-j
I trated iostead of going into the covts j
! (where you generally lose if you win);
1 on if you vat to effect coni act with
i Federal Efficiency, you are hereby 1
| tendered parking space in the offices
| of the
AMERICAN BUSINESS COMPANY,
_ (Over Gadlowav’p Drug Store)
We also furnish free air and water, i
Vo ta 7 '9 it. that von. cam furnish the
gas. Seats are comforatble, are! you
1 cert smoke. There’s phone service ami
plenty of writing material and space.
Y u can have your mail rant to box
toot, and it will rcewh 3'ou here? Same
telegram-. Have your friends
you here for conference. If you
just get lonesome, come up and swap
lies with the Major. He a
complete assortment from the vintage
of 1860-65 to day after tomorrow. Put
this little tag in your pocket, so you
won’t forget. Always remember that
The very fineness, the richness, the stability the 1
and the lastingness of Jewelry are symbolic Os the power I
toward success and the attainments of the gradn f
the bride. Give them Jewelry for its sentimental Ai aikl l
You will find in our store appropriate watches
cuff links, silver and gold pens, fountain pens ha,.
rings, beads, gold knives and many other art ill,l ?J ns l
will appreciate. les they ■
“ITS WHAT WE SAY IT IS.”
I W. F. CHEARS
|_SANFORD, NORTH CAROTtv, I
!| Tell Jim How Much
I ScSKI™MTO F ™i™W O w"g O*S 0 *S
fjl YOUR GAS IS FREE. IF IT STOPS ON ANY S
M NUMBER YOU PAY THE REGULAR PRICE. ° THEIi
Square Filling Station
FREE AIR AND WATER
JAMES MAY, Manager, Pittsboro, N. C
THAT’S WHAT PEOPLE SAID ABOUT THE “RADIO”,
BUT IT IS BEING DONE. CHIROPRACTIC ALSO CAN
|| AND DOES MAKE SICK PEOPLE WELL. INVEST!
|Mj GATE. CONSULTATION AND SPINAL ANALYSIS
ft DR. ERNEST C. BROWN,
f§ Palmer Graduate. CHIROPRACTOR Sanford, N.C.
I I For Every
FOY’S PAINTS AND VARNISHES ARE A HIGH
QUALITY LINE, OFFERING EXCEPTIONAL QUAL
ITY AND UNIFORMITY. THEY ARE MADE HON
ESTLY AND ACCURATELY OF THE BEST MATER
IALS BY AN ORGANIZATION WHOSE OVERHEAD
* AND SELLING COSTS ARE MODERATE. A LARGER
j PROPORTION OF THE FACTORY PRICE OF TOY’S
1 PAINT GOES INTO MATERIAL AND LABOR IN MAK
| ING THE PAINT THAN WITH ANY OTHER FACT
\ ORY IN AMERICA.
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| Spreads Farther
I Covers Belter
J Lasts Longer
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CALL ON US FOR PRICES, COLOR CARDS OR ANN
l PAINT INFORMATION THAT YOU MAY DESIRE.
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| DUST THE WEEVIL NOW -
> fra wz*-, ••rv ' T
I By authority vested by Legislative enactment tim
Signed will sell at public auction the real estate ■
below for the non-payment of taxes for the year i- • •
front ot the postofiice, in the town of Siler City, - - '
o’clock, a. m., on
\ SATURDAY, JULY 21st
l unless said taxes are satisfied on or before th:
l skile : .
I Mrs. G. H. Beaver, house and lot, ‘ T
Walter Ferguson, tract of land,
Mattie Sue Hatch, tract of land, y;. 0
J. R. Parks, Jr., one lot, T
I Ben Beaver, house and lot,
F. E. Womble, town lots, 1
This 21st days of June, 1923.
C. H. CRUTCHFIELD, , „
City Tax Collect^