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HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE has
been used successfully in the treatment
° HALL’S 1 ’ CATARRH MEDICINE con- j
gists of an Ointment which Quick. y
Relieves by local application, and Lie
Medicine, a Tonic, which ac.t.
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces, thus reducing the inflammation.
Sold by all druggists.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
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We grind p r c rn or sell
you meal, :*eard Bros.
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I Helping the Farmer.
3> In all this talk <jf helping the farmer the biggest help is |
I the help that helps him to help himself. |
That is the help the Page Trust Company affords him |
o and has afforded. 1
3! Always the farmer has credit at the bank of the Page S
f Trust Company at Sanford because always the farmer
i > has carried a line of deposits at this bank, making a fund y
3! that is available for loans to the farmer. |
<► In every movement for the welfare of the farmer the 2
o Page Trust Company has been at the front, for the Page f
| Trust Company has always gone on the principle that the |
f farm is the basis of all industrial activity and must be |
J ► encouraged in every possible manner. • S
3 J But after all is said the banks can loan only what mon- I
3! ey is at their command. That is why it is helping the |
J * farmer whenever you bring your money to the bank to be
3 I placed at the service of farm and other industry. Help |
| us help the farmer. > |
| The Page Trust Co.,
I Sanford Branch |
I Sanford, N. C. 1
I THE BIG 1
I BANK OF SERVICE. f
I SAFETY STRENGTH |
1 SERVICE ; I
The combination that a man demands before entrusting Lt
his hard-earned money to any Bank. The man who places
a part of his income in Savings Account here has no fear
over its safety. The same courteous, efficient service S'
awaits the small depositors as well as the larger ones.
Savings and Time Certificates here earn 4 percent. g|
1 BANK OF PITTSBORO I
PITTSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA.
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $35,000.00 B|
A. H. London, Pres., J. L. Griffin, Cashier, W. L. Farrell,
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I THE UNIVERSAL CAR |
I CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS I
I REDUCTION IN PRICE 1
LOWEST PRICES IN HISTORY OF THE COMPANY
i Effective October 2, 1923, the Following List Prices on
I Ford Products, F. O. B. Detroit. 1 I
| Chassis $230 1
| Runabout, regular 265 i
I Runabout, starter and demountables 350 t
I Touring, regular 295 I
| Touring, starter and demountables 380 t
I Truck, ton chassis j_• 370 1
Coupe . 525 ||
Sedan, 4-door, 685 11
These Cars Can Be Obtained Through the Ford Weekly
Purchase Plan. i
I CHATHAM MOTOR COMPANY 1
PITTSBORO, N. C. I
THE UN IVERS AL CAR |
| CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS I
In renewing for his paper, Mr. SC.
H. Heritage writes us from Ore Hill,-!
saying in part as follows:
‘‘l am shocked to know that your
enemies would take such a dirty, low
down scheme to. try to blacken your
good name. But this will not get
them any results; it only makes you
stronger, and I want you to know that
their rotten boot licks are on their
j “if I can serve you in any .way,
! please command.
“N. H. HERITAGE.*
The ground upon which Britain and
France can agree is covered with war
1 graves.— London (Ont.) Free Press
STRANGE AND CURIOUS.
. Peculiarities That Will Astonish
China has enough coal to last the
world 1,000 years.
A man in Chicago stabbed his wife
to death for cooking spaghetti wrorg.
A woman fell out of a buggy in
Lancaster, Wis., and broke her neck.
Funeral services were recently held
in Japan over an aged couple before
Elizabeth Raney, 69, of Muncie,
Ind., was recently married to a man
22 years old.
Mrs. Belle Ryan, of Louisville, is
112 years old and does all of her
A woman in New York bobbed her
hair to keep her husband from pull
ing her around the room.
A supper given by a Roman aris
tocrat cost $240,000. The supper was
intended for only 12 people.
Dr. W. A. Campbell, of Baltimore,
sold a quart of his blood for SSO to
help pay his wedding expenses.
In trying to save his grandson from
drowning, Lewis Odell, of New York,
was cured of paralysis in his right
Miss Myrtle Whittington, 22, is su
ing 13 men of Jackson, Miss., for j
SIOO,OOO tor trying to drive her out of
A bandit sold his aeroplane in Okla
homa for $1,200. He then stole the
plane and flew away with it and the
Charles Mudarri, of Worcester,
Mass., was recently arrested and fin
ed for carrying a pistol to commit j
Elmer Rader, of Meridien, Conn.,
was kind to an aged man. A few,
days ago the old man died and left
Elmer $75,000. j
The oldest iron mine in the United
States, located at Sterlingcon, N. Y.,
has been closed. It has been in op-,
eration since 1760.
A man arrested in Weston, W. Va.,
held a bottle of liquor between his
knees, was turned loose. The judge
said he was not guilty of the crime
COTTON REPORT OCTOBER 1.
(By U. S. and N. C. Crop Reporting
The cotton crop of North Carolina ,
is unusually good considering the vari
ous agencies that have worked toward
its detriment, including the boll, wee
vil, cotton caterpillar and weather.
Nature seems to have particularly
been pleased with North Carolina in
as much as she gave us the earliest
July crop in our history, thereby get
ting ahead of the boll weevil, sent us
a dry season in June to cause heavy
fruiting and a large production of
squares to supply the weevil with
plenty of food so that they might not
jump too heavily on the young bolls, j
Even though the weevil did hit the
crop heavily after the first of August
several sections, even Robeson county,
had quite a sprinkling of bolls to set j
and develop after that time. Natur- j
ally with a rather heavy growth of;
foliage due to heavy fertilization, and j
a very slight or entirely lacking evid- I
ence of bolls on the upper half of the
plant, the average farmer undereati- j
mated his prospective yield.
The percentage of crop for Chat
ham county on September 25th wae
63 percent, while on August 25th it
wa« 88 percent. On September 25th
last year it was given at 75 percent.
The general crop condition in North
Carolina on September 25th was given
at 64 percent while in 1922 on the
same date it was 78 percent.
75,300 Accidents During 1922.
Accidents in the United States kill
ed 75,300 persons during 1922, accord
ing to reports of the National Safety
Congress, at Buffalo, N. Y.
Automobile accidents headed the
list, with 14,000 fatalities.
You can lead the Democratic don
key to the presidential stream but
you can’t make him Ford it. —Norfolk
NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS.
Under and by virtue of the power i
of sale rendered by a decree of the ;
Superior Court of Chatham County, in
an action therein pending entitled R.
J. Johnson vs. Henry - Fearington, the
undersigned will on
Saturday, November 3, 1923,
at 12 o’clock, noon, at the court house
door in Pittsboro, Chatham County,
N. C., offer for sale at publy outcry
to the highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing described lands:
First: Beginning at a Red Oak
bush, Mrs. E. M. Fearington’s corner,
and running thence north 59 poles to
i Henry Fearington’s line, y ßlack Jack t
! corner, white oak pointers; thence 80
| poles to a stump in L. G. Coles’ line,
post oak pointer; thence s.outh 38 pol-
Ses to a stake and pointer in Cole’s
line; thence south 65 degrees east
with road 60 poles to a stake; thence
north 80 degrees east with the road i
24 poles, red oak pointer, the first sta
tion, and containing 25 1-2 acres, ex
cept, however, one aerse from the nor- '
j th-west corner of the above described!
Second: The life estate of Henrv Fear
rington in and to that certain 50 acre
i (more or less) tract, known as the
! Henry Fearrington home place, being
j hounded on the north by the Burnett
I lands, on the east by the M. T. Wil
i liams lands, on the south by the E. M.
I Fearington lands and on the west by
i the T. B. Cole lands.
This, the first day of October, 1923.
1 ott „ WADE BARBER,
i SILER & BARBER, Commissioner.
Attorneys. Nov. 1-p.
LOCALS FROM OAKLAND. i
Moncure, Rt. 2, Oct. B.—Mrs. C. D.'
.Burns spent a few days of last week
with her daughter, Mrs*. John Wood
leaf at Kittrell.
Mrs. Cyrus Brown spent Saturday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tuck, Miss Alta
Taylor and Mr. Burke Holder, of Dur
ham, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ed
< J. R. Knight, of Raleigh, spent the
week end at his home.
Miss Myrtle Ferry, of Raleigh,
spent the week end with her parents,
; Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Perry.
' W. M. Burns and family visited in
Pittsboro Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Thomas vis
ited in the home of C. M. Eddins
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Knight are i
spending a few days with their son,
R. R. Knight in Sanford.
Misses Dora and Zelma Gunter, of
Durhafti, spent the week end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gun
i Mr. and Mrs. Jim'Gunter spent Sun
day with his brother, Mr. Bud Gun
' Coughs,, Colds and Hoarseness.
Dissolve borax the size of a pea on
the tongue and swallow, or honey two
; ounces and castor oil one ounce, mix,
take teaspoonful night and morning.
Gargle with warm salt water
—then apply over throat—
J Over 17 Million Jar• U»*d Yearly
j Professlo/iat Qarctsr
W. B. CHAPIN, M. D.
PITTSBORO, N. C.
Office: 1 Main street, Dr. H. T. Clia
Telephones: Office, 43. Residence, 39 j
pin’s former office. <
ELKINS FUNERAL PARLOR, ;
Siler City, N. C. ;
Offers Superior Funeral Service. '
Caskets, Accessories, Coffins ;
Separate Hearse Service Maintained !
For Colored Patrons.
DR. ERNEST BROWN.
-109 South Steele St.
SANFORD, N. C.
| DR. ROY T. HODGIN,
Siler City Office Hours:—
2 to 5 p. m., Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays.
Asheboro Office Hours:—
9 to 12 and 2 to 3, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays. Also
9 to 12 a. m., Mondays, Wednes
days, and Fridays.
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DR. J. D. GREGG,
Dentist. Siler City, N. C.
j Office over Siler Drug Store.
Hours 8 a. m., to 5 p. m.
VICTOR R. JOHNSON.
Practices in all courts —Federal, State
! Office over Brooks Eubanks Store,
Northeast comer court house square,
PITTSBORO, N. G.
"long and belL.
PITTSBORO, N. C.-
J. ELMER LONG. Durham, N. C.
DANIEL L. BELL. Pittsboro, N. C.
~ A. C* RAY.
PITTSBORO, N. C.
Prescriptions, drugs, medicines and
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:* R. F. PASCHAL, * 1
Attomey-at-Law, _ * '
* Office over Postoffice Siler City. *
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I V HAVe"yOUR EYES EXAMINED! 1
BY AN EXPERT—COSTS NO | j
Dr. J. C. Mann, the well known |
eyesight Specialists and Optician i
will be at Dr. Farrell's office in]
r Pittsboro, N. C., every fourth Tues-1
I day and at Dr. Thomas’ office, Silers
I City, N. C., every fourth Thursday |
|in each month. Headache relieved!
'.when caused by eye strain. When!
Ihe fits you with glasses you. have t
the satisfaction of knowng that!
they are correct. Make a note of j
the date and see him if your eyes]
His next visit in Pittsboro will!
!be Tuesday, October 23rd. j
His next visit in Siler City will]
be Thursday, October 25th. I
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BUILD A HOME IN PITTSBORO.
I -V ANOTHER GOOD LETTER.
' In renewing' for her papet. Mrs. E.
S. Pickett, in, Richmond, Indiana,
states that she enjoys The Record
very much and says that her father
the late Jesse Louis Smith, was one
of the first subscribers to The Record
after it began publication. Mrs. Pick
ett regrets to hear of the indebted
ness of North Carolina. “I have heard
father say,” contniues Mrs. Pickett,
“that Prof. R. P. Johnson graduated
from Wake Forest, having completed
the course in three years. That he
returned during wheat harvest and he
took a cradle and helped to harvest
; the grain. I noted what you said
about the old teachers some time ago.”
LOOK AT THE LABEL ON PAPER.
Take it home to j
1* ,he kids- ' !
pA®) Have a packet in
your pocket for an
A delicious confec
fAl tion and an aid to
the teeth, eppelite,
|Eyes of the World Are ° n
I /° f Economical Transportation^
I Sales and Service
| . Parts Depot
I Bonlee Motor and Machine Works,
f Bonlee, N. G.
HWnUMin IT -am- HMfl
Some Good Farmer
Will Get $5 FREE
TO SHOW THAT WE ARE INTERESTED IN GOOD
FARMING WE WILL GIVE FREE
TO THE FARMER THAT WILL BRING THE LARG
EST PUMPKIN TO OUR STORE FOR DISPLAY IN
OUR SHOW WINDOW ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER
NO PUMPINS ENTERED IN THIS CONTEST WILL
BE RETURNED TO THE OWNER, BUT WILL BE DI
VIDED OR SOLD AND PROCEEDS GIVEN TO SOME
POOR FAMILY TO BUY FUEL FOR THE WINTER.
Your Credit is Good With Us.
Carter F urnitur e Co
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME.
SANFORD NORTH CAROLINA.
| Out of Each Day’s Work \
yfy Something should be saved. You cannot expect to work y
yfo forever. Money saved now will care for you in later y
years when you prefer to take "things easy/' \\
So Don’t Spend All J
$ We Pay You to Save«
I Banking Loan and Trust Co., 1
Vi/ , j
* R. E. Carrington, W. W. Robards, J. W. Cunningham,
jj- President Vice-Pres. Cashier.
%$/ JONESBORO: MONCURE: jj
H) LP. Lasater, Cashier J* & R‘ ir:l '
j A LETTER FROM MR. BUDn'I
father, Mr. W. J p u ,].j ritten to hi s I
Budd, will interest manv lro , m h!|
The Record. He is i ea<^ers oil
the Cement Public Schnni nteiuJent of I
and is doing well in his adopte/h"* 11 1
Texas Military College t, ° C “ ieil # I
as. We mored into our ; tell v' re *-l
and feel at home. We hJ'fl h ? Us * I
ed our furniture. Mae it tip chas * I
over the fact that we have Ls u > I
furniture. I have seventeen I
work a week teaching hkw n T oUrs I
it fine. I draw $266 66 ’ I
We spent twelve weeks a s t y montl h I
i University where I did sorne*^! 181 * I
SL? degree - While thereto I
eight thirds courses making o„ r€ * I
and one B. Six thirds are 111 tnt? A ’ s I
is supposed to do there in 1 1 one I
term. I did not have to L v ■
| erly hard. I find that I coubM ° v * I
: about as well as the averatt d T * I
: take two more summers foPme^ 11 I
my masters degree. After w i I
! to demand a 1
| Well, Dancy stopped in Ten-Pii i
l week for the night. He is S I
for a supply house out 0 f w? 6111 ? I
understand that he is dnino- Waco - I I
I think that he hJ h » a g tSTte eil - I
suits him and I believe that
make good in the traveling work
I see m the Record that vou
manager of a cotton gi n at Ore
i That means that you are an in™ J? 1 ’
I man. • Cotton is l u ? “?
have not had a heavy rain s™l' at e
It is a little cooler here than usual^’
to^ll. neWS ' wnte me aad give m >’ love
Indianapolis.—Charges that mei-.
bers of the Ku Klux Klan are con
spmng to become a super-government
that wili supplant the constitution of
the Uuited States and are endeavoring
to take over the administration of jus- *
tice in the United States, are contain
ed in a suit against the klan filed in
federal court here on behalf of six'
residents of South Bend, Ind.