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County Fair |
OUK FAIR AND YOUR FAIR
Will find our s t° re the top notch in goods at all prices.
\Ve are here to greet you and serve you with the best we
have at the price.
I This line is being shown by Mrs. C. B. Fitts, Bear Creek.
Miss K. Vestal
jjiss K. LANE. MISS M. STONE. 1
SILER CITY, NORTH CAROLINA. f
i We have a glove for every hand. In all qualities and in |
i all sizes, at all prices. We have a complete line of work I
| gloves in leather and in cloth. Call and get what you |
| want at the right price. I
| C. L. BROWER & CO.,
I Dealers in Quality Merchandise Siler City, N. C. |
| There’s Such T hing I
rjj as being “too close to the trees to see the woods” — m
|| And too close to one’s own business to visualize its larger |»
1} possibilities. S W
jnj Oftentimes discussion with an impartial outsider gives M
|| birth to new ideas and freshens one's viewpoint. m
|j| We don’t say we can solve your problems we simply sug- i|
jt gest that through our varied Banking and business ex- |M
1 perience, we may be able to be of practical assistance. fol
| USE US FREELY. ji
| The Chatham Bank §
1J- C. GREGSON, President. J. J. JENKINS, Cashier. ||
W. A. Teague, vice President. (lU
j| SILER CITY, NORTH CAROLINA. ||
Musical Merchandise 1
Os Quality \
| PIANOS—VICTROLAS—RECORDS. I
I Darnell & Thomas |
| “Our Reputation Is Your Insurance.”
I U 8 FAYETTEVILLE ST. RALEIGH, N. C. |
CUT WOMAN’S THROAT.
Nashville, Term., Oct. 13.—Lizzie
Evans, negress, is dead, and Mary
Martin, another negress, is held on
charge of murder because the slain
woman persisted in reading aloud
moving picture titles of local theatre.
When Lizzie was warned against read
ing the titles she became abusive and
a few minutes later she was on her
way to a hospital, where it was found
that her throat had been cut, and she
died later. •
SEE YOUR LABEL
NEWS FROM MOORE.
, Niagara, Oct. 11.—
“O’ suns and skies and clouds of June,
And flowers of June together;
You cannot Tival for one hour
Octobers bright blue weather.”
Signs of winter are beginning to
pear, frost having been reported at
Carthage last week. By the looks
of appies, grapes, etc., in tliis part
of Moore we think it’s only fall yet.
Everybody come to the Sandhill
Fair, October 30-31 and November
1-2. We expect a big crowd, a big
time and big success in everything.
Come and help us out in our three
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Morgan and
their small daughters, Mary Olive and
Nellie Doris, spent the first part of
the week with relatives in Chatham.
Master Robert Smith is improving
nicely after an operation for tonsils
and adenoids Tuesday.
We are glad to know that Miss An
na Sew r ard, who had the misfortune
of breaking her arm, will be able to
start back to school next week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parks, of Pine
hurst, spent Sunday here with home
Messrs. Bert and Jim Satterfield, of
Raleigh, were visitors in this section
Little Miss Mary Olive Morgan is
on a visit at the homes of her uncles,
Messrs. Jim and Rob Morgan, of Fros
Messrs. Robert Rosser and Hugh
Phillips, of the Eureka vicinity, left
1 Monday for Rockv Mount, where they
will attend school.
Misses Mabel and Alice Smith mot
ored to Aberdeen and Pinehurst
The senior class of Farm Life this
I year is larger than it has been in
I years, having nineteen seniors with
hope of another one from Cuba com
, ing in next week. We are proud of
ous senior class as well as our Sand
, hill Farm Life School that is doing
I OCT. 20, CLOSING SAT. NOV. 3,
[ I Will Put On My
! Annual October Sale.
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II AM GOING TO OFFER BARGAINS THAT CANNOT BE MATCHED IN THIS SECTION OF THE COUNTY. I
HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF SHOES TO BE FOUND IN CHATHAM COUNTY. SUCH AS
“STAR BRAND” “CRADDOCK - TERRY,” THE FAMOUS “LION BRAND” AND “ELKIN AND JOHNSON
| iHOME-MADE LINES.
\ I CAN FIT YOU FROM THE SMALLEST TO THE LARGEST FOOT, AND MY PRICES ARE RIGHT. DON’T
[ BUY UNTIL YOU SEE MY LINE OF SHOES.
! I have some IREN’S HEAVY WORK SHOES $0 OQ
I was $2.50 to $5.00, large size, now - - VLLu
BIG LOT OF CHILDRENS’ AND MISSES STAR BRAND SCHOOL SHOES, NOS FROM 9TO 2 AT $1.98,
i FORMER PRICE $2.50 TO $3.50. ASK TO SEE OUR JOB LOTS OF SHOES.
| ARMY GOODS
| I HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF ARMY GOODS IN CLASS A. & 8., SUCH AS DRESS COATS, LONG
PANTS, BLANKETS, UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS, TOO; CANVAS AND LEATHER LEGGINS—SOME
WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN THIS LINE. OVERCOATS AND LACE PANTS, TOO. DON’T FAIL TO SEE IT.
| FULL LINE MEN’S, WOMEN’S BOYS’ GIRLS’ AND CHILDREN’S UNDERWEAR; SWEATERS; TO
BOGGANS; BABY CAPS, ETC.
\j COMPLETE LINE LADIES’, GIRLS’ AND CHILDREN’S LONG COATS, AND THESE PRICES ARE VERY
SOME NICE HALF WOOL DRESS GOODS—BLACK, BROWN, BLUE AND GREEN AT 39c. to 49c. PER
' ONE LOT OF GINGHAMS AT 10c. yard. SMALL LOT DRESS GINGHAMS AT 15c. yard. THIRTY - TWO
INCH POMONA CLOTH AT 25c. yard—A REAL VALUE.
|| I BE SURE TO SEE MY LINE OF ALUMINUM WARE—IT IS VERY CHEAP.
I I I HAVE A FULL LINE OF MEN’S AND BOYS’ COATS AND OVERCOATS, AND SOME LADIES’ LONG
COATS IN PAWN BROKERS GOODS, THAT IS A REAL BUY IN MERCHANDISE. ASK TO SEE THIS LINE.
1 I BOUGHT MY STOCK OF SHEETING, SHIRTING, OUTINGS AND CANTONS BEFORE THE ADVANCE
IN COTTON AND MY PRICES ARE VERY MUCH BELOW THE MARKET TODAY. \
jj il DON’T FAIL TO BUY SOME OF MY REMNANT ROLLS, REGULAR PRICE $l.O0 —SALE PRICE ONLY
I |e )89c. per roll.
I LISTEN! IAM GOING TO GIVE A DISCOUNT OF 5% FLAT ON MY ENTIRE STOCK DURING THIS
l I SALE EXCEPT THE SPECIALS MENTIONED ABOVE.
j I SIOO I 3 lrfcOE\ogr , apln. ABSOLUTELY Free
I TO EVERY PERSON WITH EACH AND EVERY PU RCHASE OF $2.00, I WILL GIVE A KEY TO A PAD
LOCK AND ’THE PERSON FOLDING THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS THIS PAD LOCK, I WILL GIVE ABSO
LUTELY FREE A ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR ($100.00) GRAPHOPHONE. SO COME BUY THESE GREAT .
> 1 BARGAINS AND GET A CHANCE AT THIS TALKING MACHINE. I HAVE SO MANY GREAT VALUES
; 3 I CAN’T MENTION THEM ALL HERE, SO COME ONE AND ALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. DON’T
> I FORGET THE DATES—
; I BEGINNING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20TH.
> I AND CLOSING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD I
I cTa FITTS,
I Rear Creek, N. C. I
so much for the boys and girls of to
A surprise birthday dinner was giv
en W. N. C. White, of near Bonlee,
Sunday, October 7th, 1923, by* his
children, close kin and friends, it be
ing his 46th birthday. A long table
was arranged on the lawn at his home
and was loaded with the best of edi
bles. After prayer was offered by
Mr. S. V. White, everybody was made
welcome to help themselves and this
was done to great satisfaction of ev
eryone present. There were about 50 *
people present and everyone enjoyed
After dinner the ladies went into
the parlor and Mrs. Ava Beaver, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. White, of
Siler City, presided at the organ and
rendered some good music.
Mr. White was much surnrised and
mentioned on the arrival of so many
that it looked as if it was a good day
It was a great pleasure to the writ
er to have an invitation to be present
I in Mr. White’s home on such an oc-
I He is one of o”r citizen
nei abhors and evervhodv present,
wished him manv more birthdays and
that such occasions w»v happen every
vear as long as h» lives. j
j CHANGES IN PRESBYTERIES. *
At the meetine of the Presbvterian
Svnod held in Grnham last, week, sev
erel changes in the nresbyteries were
made. A new nresbvterv was made m
fV>e '•mitral n»rt of the state,
of the counties of Tinrham, Wake,
Person. Granville. Warren. Vance,
Ha’ifax. Northampton, Franklin. Nash
and the norft*nm part of and
Chatham and T-ee counties were trans
ferred f*vn-n the Fayetteville presby
tery to Orange.
FROM MT. GILEAD SECTION.
Pittsboro, Rt. 1, Oct 15.—Miss Eunice
Hatley entertained a large number of
her friends Saturday night in honor of
her sixteenth birthday. A delightful
course of ice cream and cake was
served. Miss Hatley proved herself a
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hearne and
Miss Bertha spent Sunday with rela
Miss Pauline Griffin, of Summerfield,
has accepted a position as teacher at
Mann’s school. She began her duties
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brassington and
family spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Neal.
Mrs. W. H. Windham is visiting her
children in Durham this week.
Mrs. Lena Hatley spent Sunday
with Mrs. J. W. Griffin.
Mr. Dwight Webster spent Satur
day night with his aunt, Mrs. D. G.
Miss Lessie and Mr. Jeter Clark, of
Raleigh, spent the week end with their
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatley and family
spent Sunday afternoon with his son,
Mr. W. T. Hatley.
Miss Esther Jones spent the week
end with Misses Ometa and Edna
I Miss Leona Neal spent last week in
j Durham with her sister,
j Misses Gertrude and Eunice Hatley
are visiting relatives in Raleigh this
j Miss Mary Webster spent Saturday
night with Miss Eunice Hatley.
Mr. J. P. Hatley, of Raleigh, spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. D. G. Hat
Visit the Record.
Miss Alice Webster, our splendid
correspondent from New Hill, No. 2,
accompanied by her cousin, Miss Nina
Sturdivant, were welcome callers at
The Record office Saturday.
JOINS OUR rfAPPY BAND. !
! During the past week the following
•; good, true Chatham folks have joined
> our happy band of a family of read
ers. We greatly appreciate having
i these good folks as subscribers to The
G. T. Petty, R. H. Ellis, J. E. Har
mon, Mrs. J. A. Harris, R. G. Dunn
& Co., P. A. Lineberry, Dolphus Page,
D. D. DeGraffenreidt, Mrs. P. R. Lou
than, W. C. Castleberry, E. T. Batche
lor, Willis J. Durham, S. B. Burke,
Allison Norwood and Miss Lelia Jus
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