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NEW HILL NEWS.
New Hill, June 18.—Last Saturday
afternoon the New Hope baseball team
defeated the Hanks’ Chapel team 11
to 8. The game was played on the
New Hone diamond. Next Saturday
afternoon Brickhaven players are ex
pected to play the New Htpe team
no the latter’s.ground. j
Miss Vara Drake, of- Raleigh, is
spending a few days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drake. Shi
will leave in a few days for Spartan
burg, S. C., where she will spend some
time with her brother.
Miss Lelia Ellis spent the week-end
with Miss 11a Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woody and child
ren, of Durham, were recent guerts
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Julius Poe, of Durham, is spending
Fome time with Brice Poe.
Miss Alice Webster spent Satur
day night with Miss Rose Sturdivant.
Saturday night, June 23„ there will
be a pie party at Gardner’s school
house for the benefit of the New Hope
baseball team. We also expect to
have some good music and the public
is cordially invited.
Mrs. Rachel Saul continues quite ill
at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. R.
C. B. Thomas, of Siler City, was
COME NOW Is Complete |
Our display of Baby Carriages is the most complete you
VJ-aVe ever seen. Strollers, Sulkies and Carriages “Built
the Baby” and in a wide range of style and color
await your inspectiotn.
'And when" you make your selection you will find the Hey
wood-Wakefield SJiality seal on every wheel—that is the
best quality guarantee we-kiiow. It means that behind
this carriage there is 97 years of manufacturing experi
ence. ‘ .
The Lee Furniture Company
Everything for the Home.
SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA.
In Good Appearance. I % / j
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SOMETHING FOR SUM- ;J
M E R-- S ATISFACTIO N A i
That Catch Every Breeze.
We have a beautiful assort- TOpjjjlft
ment of real Summer pat- I
terns at prices you can as-
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.
of the County Commissioners for the Year 1922, as follows:
J. D. Willet, Commissioner, 24 days service commissioner $120.00
310 miles traveled, 15.50
S. S. Edwards, 22 days as commissioner, sllo.ooj
415 miles traveled, $ 20.75 j
J. W. Griffin, 36 days as commissioner, SIBO.OO
683 miles traveled, $ 34.15
A. T. Ward, 23 days as commissioner, $115.00
362 miles traveled, 18.10
E. E. Wilson, 13 days as commissioner, $65.00
240 miles traveled, 12.00
Grand Total, $690.50
C. C. POE,
J.T. :-vy..rr —Clerk Ex-Officio,
the dinner guest of G. L. Mann Sun
Mrs. Geneva Lowe, of Sanford, was
a recent guest of her brother, G. M.
Mrs. Maggie Thomas has returned
to her home after a visit to Siler City
A telephone expert says we waste
1 4,000,000 seconds a day saying “Hel
lo.” And we waste a hundred times
that waiting for a chance to say it.—
Little Rock Gazette.
LOOK AT YOUR LABEL
! We have formed Connections
i With a Large Diamond Impotrer
We are Selling on
10 Per Cent Basis
This arrangement gives you an
opportunity of buying a Diamond
at parctically the wholesale price
J. P. COULTER CO.
Jewelers, SANFORD, N. C.
1 WANTS 1
SPECIALS FOR Friday and Saturday
Ladies’ bungalow aprons, 89c. Just
the thing for these hot days. Child
ren’s Romper Suits, 50c. See those
silk hose at 48c. Bring this adver
tisement to the store and get a 25c.
■ powder puff for 10c. J. J. Johnson
& Son, Pittsboro.
EIGHT GOOD MULES for sale.
Terms reasonable. Write or call T.
M. Bland & Sons, Pittsboro jnl-c
GOOD TIMBER LOCATION-—Terms.
See Henry F. Durham, Rt. 2, Pitts
boro. July 12-p.
QUALITY FIRST, last and all the
time. Our mctto: “Your money’s
worth or your money back.”—Con
nell & Farrell, June 21.
WE HAVE THE REGISTRATION
cards for cars and trucks. When
your new number comes we will
change it for you free. Square Filling
Station, Pittsboro. June 21-ts.
CHEVROLET CARS can now be pur
chased from the Bonlee Motor &
Machine Works, at Bonlee, N. C. We
have taken the exclusive agency for
i Chatham county and will be glad to
I show you at any time. Call to see
us. W. J. Phillips, Manager. June 21.
ELECTRIC FANS —I am prepared to
furnish electric fans, electrical ap
pliances and anything in the electric
j line at short notice —W. T. Moore,
Pittsboro, N. C. June 28-c
PINE WOOD WANTED—Quote low
est price on cars and freight rate
to this place. Address P. O. Box 172,
Raleigh, N. C. June 21-c.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS and qual
ity. Florida kiln dried ceiling and
flooring; we buy cross ties standing
in woods or delivered to road. W. F.
JUST RECEIVED a car of the very
best grade of flour. Every bag
guaranteed to be good as the best. —
Connell & Farrell. June 21
MONEY TO LEND FARMERS; in
terest 5} per cent. Chatham Realty
Co., Pittsboro, A. M. Riddle, Pres., V.
R. Johnson, Secretary, Oc 13 ts
ITALIAN BEES for sale in eight
frame hives; start right at the
price and grow your own honey. Will
deliver in Chatham. D. M. Fisher, Rt.
1, Cumnock, N. C. June 21-p.
| PORTO RICO POTATO plants now
ready for delivery from improved
home grown potatoes. Price $1.50 per
thousand, 20 cents per hundred, char
bes paid. Also Copenhagen Cabbage
plants and Cabbage Collard plants
same price as above. E. Moms and
Son, Rt. 1, Maxton, N. C., June 28-p.
WILL RECEIVE Car oats, car sweet
feed and car hay this week. See us
for prices on all kinds of feed and
provisions. Connell & Farrell. June 21.
FOR SALE —Good horse and a Ty
son and Jones buggy in first class
condition. Will sell for cash or trade
for Ford car. Apply Record office.
FOR SALE—Sterling wheat thresher,
run one season, mounted on truck,
in good shape, at a bargain.—W. R.
Oldham, Rt. 1, Cumnock, N C.
FARMERS USE NITRA-GERM on
half your acreage of peas and soy
beans and compare the Nitra-Germ
field with that not Nitra-Germed.
Nitra-Germ forces legumes to draw
nitrogen from the air and builds up
the soil. Enough for one acre, $2.00.
Send for descriptive folder and prices
on quantity lots. C. M. Oldham,
Goldston, Rt. 1. June 21-c.
KODAKS Your films finished
promptly and correctly.—June spe
cials: One spool, any size, finished
for 25 cents; 5x7 enlargement from
your pet negative, 15 cents—6 for 75c.
Mail your films to C. H. Poe, Hamlelt,
N. C. June 28-c.
CEDAR POSTS WANTED—B feet
long, 4 inches up as large as they
grow. Post must be saw-butted at each
end not chopped. Reduction of 2
cents per post must be made on chop
ped posts. Pay best market prices de
livered to Nooe’s planing mill or on
highway so they can be easily reach
ed with truck. D. B. Nooe, Pittsboro.
FORECLOSURE SALE OF LAND.
By virtue of the power of sale con
tained in a deed of trust dated the
18th day of December, A. D., 1919,
executed and delivered by W. S. Bums
and Sankie Burns, his wife, which
said deed of trust is to be found of
record in Book F. S. of Deeds, page
234-5, in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Chatham county, N. C., de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of indebtedness thereby secured,
| the undersigned will, at 12 o’clock, m.
jon Monday, the 30th day of July,
! 1923, sell at public auction, to the
j highest bidder, for cash, the follow
|mg VP?*! estate situate in Oakland
; township, Chatham County, N. C.,
; more particularly described and defin
ed as follows:
74 acres of land, 38 acres deed to
W. S. Burns and wife by deed of Man
ning and others, the balance having
been inherited from R. W. Bums by
W. S. Burns, the two tracts adjoin
ing each other and being known as the
W. S. Burns home place and being the
place where the said W. S. Bums re
sides, adjoining the land of J., R.
Burns, the same being the property
described and conveyed in the deed of
Place of Sale, Court House door,
Chatham County, N. C.
Witness my hand this tho 18th day
of June 1923.
H. C. NEWBOLD,
July 12-c. Sanford, N. C.
BUILD A HQMF NOW!
Ladies’ Hats, $1.48
Made of Transparent Hair Braid, flower trimmed, in the
j following colors: Green, French Blue, Copen, Sand, Black
5 Red and Orchid, $3.00 values on sale for
Childrens & Misses Hats,4Bc
J of Panama with assorted colored ribbon bands and
j streamers. SI.OO and $1.25 values on sale for
jj I *v Shirt Waist Values
Several pretty styles of fine Hand-Made Flaxons in fan
| cies and plain Lace Trim and Hand Drawn in Peter Pan
and Long Collor styles. A special purchase. Values
$3.00 and $3.50. Now on sale for
SANFORD, N. C.
VICTOR R. JOHNSON.
Practices in all courts —Federal, State
Office over Brooks & Eubanks Store,
Northeast corner court house square,
PITTSBORO, N. C.
LONG AND BELL.
PITTSBORO, N. C-
J. ELMER LONG, Durham, N. C.
DANIEL L. BELL, Pittsboro, N. C.
A. C. RAY.
PITTSBORO, N. C.
DR. R. M. FARRELL.
Offices over the drug store, Main St.
Hours, 8 to 5.
PITTSBORO, N. C.
Prescriptions, drugs, medicines and
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* R. F. PASCHAL, *
* Office over Postoffice Siler City. *
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DR. J. D. GREGG,
Dentist. Siler City, N. C.
Office over Siler Drug Store.
Hours 8 a. m., to 5 p. m.
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SHAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED!
BY AN EXPERT—COSTS NO
| ? Dr. J. C. Mann, the well known I
| I eyesight Specialists and Optician j
[will be at Dr. Farrell’s office in|
I Pittsboro, N. C., every fourth Tues-1
! day and at Dr. Thomas’ office, Siler I
| City, N. C., every fourth Thursday j
jin each month. Headache relieved!
Iwhen caused by eye strain. When!
jhe fits you with glasses you have!
I the satisfaction of knowng that 1
jthey are correct. Make a note of!
Ithe date and see him if your eyes!
j are weak. *
His next visit in Pittsboro will!
I be Tuesday, June 26th. f
I His next visit in Siler City will!
£be Thursday, June 28th. f
i United StatesTlres
l Good Tires PESiI II
YOUR enthusiasm over "US CO” perform
ance won’t surprise the motorist who knows
the fabric tire field.
Every 30 x tire user recognizes “USCO” as
a value to be respected and to be investigated.
The users of "USCO,” know it as a money’s
worth that came before the public as a leader
and that has maintained its leadership .
"USCO” is made by the same people who
make Royal Cords.
Mere to Huy USJhes
SQUARE FILLING STATION.
W. L. LONDON & SON.
D. T. MOORE
Bynum, N. C.
I SAFETY STRENGTH
The combination that a man demands before entrusting
his hard-earned money to any Bank. The man who plaee®
a part of his income in Savings Account here has no fear
over its safety. The same courteous, efficient service
awaits the small depositors as well as the larger ones.
Savings and Time Certificates here earn 4 percent.
BANK OF PITTSBORO
’Si PITTSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA.
1 Capital, Surplus and Profits, $35,000.00
A. H. London, Pres., J. L. Griffin, Cashier, W. L. Farrell