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|f° R Jokl; P r c IC ,V pt 4, Siler City,
■ ye# j ti. Self? W* ’ 0ct.25-c
| buy#' ’ * • I
I V^\-ecK— sb.2o to *<-00 (
■ #S t fleP a t-v bag guaranteed to;
<rrell e s? ie Tor your money
l^ lai rt!!uvU.^ll,nottokeep.
IfcA ‘ ,>tt i
m CHILDREN should
attention. See Dr.
■*> 01 i next Tuesday or
* »eU ' lhU, ' sday U y ° Ur
l*f' efe s’ a
I TrUY a timber wagon.
letter- C. B. Moore,
■ >'an"‘ e p l
|^B.A. p e r ry,K t .2,Mo^
Iw® Cleaned at The fetar
■ v° urC r,ib- cheaper and better,
Mtie#* S repairing and steam
Pv v cleaning Allow me a share
■/ or e?sed and <■. p irs t door north ot
I f v«»rP atro SSoro. N. C., David
I post oftce? ‘ Nov B-c
E'l fdVorth. special prices; on
I ado vthine in our store lor Sat-
P AN . lor genuine guaranteed nos-
I <»' uels 10 * wom eii, and children.
■fey lo1 * darning- $75.00 a week
|®ffl $l5O ait hour spare time
■ iul Lathers, silks. Internation
■ Cottons, Norristown, Pa.
lal Stocking Mil., Nov. 29.
■®;? r ee Dr, Mann at Dr. har-
I See in Pittsboro next Tuesday
■fr at ir. Thomas’ office in Siler City
M f Thnrsdav if vou have headache
■Sffle vour eyes thoroughly
l ilg ; ined He will tell you frankly
IsSe or not your headache is caus
led by eye strain.
IpTTiHREsiiRS^NOW ON HAND
B-jfaii and see them; best make and
Ei do the work right Price normal.
■£ Hardware Store, Inc., Siler City,
■sEeTr. MANN at Dr. Farrells of-
I dee in Pittsboro next Tuesday or at
■i) r Thomas’ office in Siler City next
■Thursday if your eyes give you trou
■SEE CONNELL FOR Feed and Pro-
I yjsions—a solid car new salt just
■unloaded, also a car of choice timothy
■hay,ftwo cars of oats and Noxall
■feed to arrive this week. Quality and
■prices right R. M. Connell, Pittsboro.
■TO THE FARMERS—I have a good
| supply of fertilizers on hand, buy
■from me and save money. Acid phos
phate, $1.50; 10.04, $2.00; 10.02, s4l
- One bag or a car load. See me
■before buying. D. J. Vestal, Ore Hill,
H. C. Oct. 25-p.
■RESSIXG AND CLEANING done
■ promptly by The Siler City Press.ng
■lub. Mail packages given prompt at
tention and returned po.-tage prepaid,
located in Stone’s Barber Shop, Main
|treet, Siler City, N. C. ts.
lIFTY-ACRE FARM for sale, near
I Pittsboro, 30 acres cleared, balance
■ woodland, cash or terms, buildings
■ farm. Write to 4 Farm” care of
Bbe Record, Pittsboro. ts.
■HEN YOU HAVE GLASSES? fitted
| hr. Mann you have the satis
■ffiou of knowing they are correct.
■•*••■ too, his prices are reasonable.
■OXEY TO LOAN—We have 550,0j0
■to loan to the farmers of Chatham
■unty within the next ninety days
■ al-2 per cent interest and from 1
■ years time. Chatliam Realty Co.,
■ ” Johnson, secretary, Pittsboro ts
■niBEROF ALL KINDS and qual
■ Florida kiin dried ceiling and
■ olii -g; we buy cross ties standing
■ woods or delivered to road. W. F.
■v u ont a? k for prices but
■ pcr Mil buy it on cars. Ad
■ov.pp 0, Box 172 - Raleigh, N. C.
WftOXE - Op ER A TOR Wanted
, u :& f Jddress Bonlee Telepho. e
«btoluiton e , N Q * tL
■ten*'" 1 , I ' 3 ™ 32f000 shingles';
Sa L ll p an( l ce dar, left in my care
Hill onV+f 1 * 6 and them at my
■ray Ettsboro, Route 3. T. B.
■r-~ Oct 11-p
■Pricewn DETERMINED to make
■epthe L SUIt . the and to
■blic of TP m our store that the
■ e have section may demand.
■ u Wa nt it anrl° U Wai l t at the P rice
■ our stock hef 6 u‘ k . you t 0 look
■g in jevehv f °, re buyin g- Every
■• Also e nL d,amonds and novel
fettds, ReuE “Pairing. Tod R.
■C. labie Jeweler, Siler City,
■ ale ’ o?g£ El) p. FARM ' FOR
■ S , east of A o n-Pittsboro road, 3j
■,° Q ! right 'it ti , ds t°n; Carolina 1
■ churches n ? e . or » g° od store
■’ tenai »t hou ear ’- lm Pr° ve d build- j
I ■f Vati °n, balanpo ‘ ° acr ? s » 30 are in 1
I. or ternK- C g . rowin g timber; !
k Bp nc e H, qu ’ pr |ee reasonable. 1
■CT Umore, Rt x> Cumnock> ,
ffdoUpy - tf ',
’ to d'S . < ; las s man with '
IS. \? e ii e u harge of a 500- |
■ck fl ° m Greenc.> CU tlvated and ten
catTi 01 ’ 0 0n good road.!
R\°Lrtunfc f an(l ‘‘airy. A;
■e ,t A(J( lress “ n for the right!
■JDr lch - __-P
--i* El B D Tiref d t Y ' SPRIN( T- I
’ Crutchfield’? b ? T ttom prices 1
Oct. 4-t“c" CUre ’ N -
GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. |
Shovt Items of Common Interest
to AIL I
Norfolk.—Open shop labor on a 65-
cent wage scale is now in effect on
the Norfolk waterfront.
Pittsburg.—Between 400 and 500
negroes have been driven away from
; Alleghany county. They work mostly
in tne steel mills.
Danville. —Ben C. Coleman shot and
killed Wm. O. Williams, seriously
wounded Williams’ wife and killed
himself in a boarding house here.
licemen must shave at least twice a
week and are not to wear their caps
tilted at the fashionable angles, says
a new regulation.
Washington.—Post office depart
ment expenditures during the last sis
, cal year were $556,893,000, with reve
j nues of $532,828,000, showing an ap- 1
pare .t deficit of $24,065,000. 1
nathy, who arrived here from his home
at New Bern, said he was in thorough
sympathy with the purposes of the re- j
clamation conference, to be held in
New Orleans about the middle of No- !
vember and would attend if possible, j
New York.—Attendance and re
ceipts for the first world series game
broke all previous records. Total at-!
tendance was 55,307; total receipts 1
$181,912. Os the total sum, the plav- i
ers will get $92,775.12; each club will
get $30,925.05; the baseball commis
sion will get $27,286.80.
New York. —A French liner landed
in New York 96 barrels supposed to
be hides. By accident one of the bar- 1
rels bursted and the barrel was found
to contain 48 bottles of Scotch, Bene-'
dictine and apricot brandy. Also a
few hides. Five more barrels tapped
contained 48 bottles of contraband li- j
A man near Carroll, lowa, wanted
a simple funeral. He was worth
$500,000. He was carried to his grave
in his farm wagon drawn by two
Take the Train to the Fair.
The Record does not wish to fright
! en anyone going to the State Fair at
Raleigh today ai.d tomorrow, but if
you do go, take the train. It is much
safer. Along the dirt road the dust
, is simply awful, and it was only last
Thursday that two cars run head-on
into one another on account of the
dust, killing one man and seriously
Last week there came very near
being a wreck between two automo
! biles between Pittsboro and Bynum
[ on account of the thick dust, one driv
, er remarking that he could hardly see
thirty feet in front of him.
BUILD A HOME IN PITTSBORO.
k I .I—. ■
, Having ualified as executors of the
estate of J. M. Mclver, late of Chat
ham county, North Carolina, this is
! to notify all persons having claims
: against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
Gulf, N. C., on or before the 15th
i day of October, 1924 or this notice
. will be pleaded in bar of their recov
This 15th day of October, 1923.
! Mrs. LOIS A. McIVER,
j E. G. McIVER, Executors
of the estate of J. M. Mclver, deceased
■ Nov. 29 Gulf, N. C.
1 R. R. RAMSEY,
' Heavy Hauling or Drayage of
| Passenger Automobiles at your
| Service day or night.
Phone 23 Pittsboro, N. C.
We Sell for Less.
See us when in Sanford.
[ J. P. Coulter Co.
! v f
Sanford, N. C.
j We believe the market will advance
I to thirty cents this Fall. Don’t sell
! your cotton now but consign it to us
to be held. We will make liberal ad
vances on your shipments.
SAVANNAH COTTON FACT
Savannah, - - - Georgia.
I After I had killed my bird puppy
everybody in town knew it al
most as soon as I did myself.
Just like they are about my b^ r "
l ber shop. They all know that
they get the very best of service
here and they learned it about
as soon as I opened up. Trade is
brisk. Always on the job here
with the right kind of razors
and attention. Call again, gen
! H. H. Hackney,
Expert Artist. Pittsboro, N.C.
YOUNG NEGRO ROBBED
Money Taken from Him at Colored
Fair in Siler City
Herman Nettles, son of John Net
tles, who is a tenant on the farm of
Squire John R. Blair, near Kimbol
ton, was robbed of more than a hun
dred dollars at the colored fair held
in Siler City during the first of Oc
it seems that Herman had sold
some cotton for his father and had
the money with him, when he was at
tacked by “Stick Bill,” a colored em
ployee of the show at this fair.
“Stick Bill” passed the money to a
white man and the latter made his
escape, hut the negro “Stick Bill” was
arrested and is boarding with Jailer
John Burns at the county hotel.
These folks operated one of the con
cessions at the fair and, as migbr i e
expected from such events, the inno
avMMMaopssh. -- rrrt im mm
I NORTH CAROLINA STATE PAIR I
if Seaboard Air line Railway f
| Announces The Operation Os f
if Special Train Thursday, October 18th I
j| HAMLET AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS TO RA- ±
i I LEIGH AND RETURN t
| SCHEDULE OF TRAINS t
ILv. Hamlet 7:00 A. M.
Lv. Hoffman 7:29 A. M. |
Lv. Addor 7:44 A. M. f
Lv. Pinebluff 7:47 A. M.
Lv. Aberdeen 7:57 A. M. f
Lv. Southern Pines 8:05 A. M. |
Lv. Lakeview 8:20 A. M. f
Lv. Vass 8:25 A. M. I
'I Lv. Cameron 8:36 A. M. |
1 1 Lv. Lemon Springs 8:46 A. M.
Lv. Sanford 8:58 A. M.
| Lv. Colon 9:06 A. M. |
; i Lv. Moncure 9:22 A. M. f
|> Lv. Merry Oaks 9:36 A. M. f
$ Lv. New Hill 9:48 A.M.
i Lv. Apex 10:00 A. M. I
% Lv. Cary 10:10 A. M. |
| Arrive Raleigh 10:30 A. M. |
t Returning: Hamlet Special Leaves Raleigh at 5:30 P. M.,
I Thursday Only. |
f Tickets will be sold at Low Round Trip Rates from all sta- I
| tions on the Seaboard in North Carolina, October 14-19 J
inclusive. Final return limit October 22nd. j
| For detailed information call on Ticket Agents. %
| JOHN T. WEST, D. P. A., Raleigh, N. C. $
H f| t i pT!
nu 11 ut *
For the convenience of the tax payers
of Chatham County, I will be at the
places as below stated for the purpose
of collecting the 1923 taxes. Please
arrange to meet me at the place most
convenient for you and settle your taxes
Thrailkill’s Store Th; rsday Morning 18
W. M. Scott’s Store Thursday Afternoon 18
H. O. Kelly’s Store Friday Morning 19
Council’s Shop, Markham’s Store Friday Afternoon 19
Riggsbee, Cole’s Store Saturday Morning 20
Fearington, Lassiter Bros. Store.. Saturday Afternoon 20
Siler City, Mayor's Office All Day Saturday 27
G. W. Perry’s Store Monday Afternoon 29
J. I. Lindley's Residence .. Monday Night 29
W. J. Buckner’s Shop Tuesday Morning 30
J. M. Teague’s Store l Tuesday Afternoon 30
Frank Henderson’s Store Wednesday Morning 31
Thompson Bros. Store Wednesday Afternoon 31
Bear Creek, F.tts’ Store Thursday Morning 1
Bennett, Bank Thursday Afternoon 1
Rock Hill Supply Co’s. Store Friday Morning 2
Harper’s Cross Riads Fr'day Afternoon 2
Brnlee, Bank All Day Saturday 3
F. M. Farrell’s Store Tuesday Morning 6
Gulf, Bank Tuesday Afternoon 6
Gold'ston, Bank Wednesday Morning 7
Carbonton, Tally’s Store Wednesday Afternoon 7
Kimbolton, Burke’s Store Thursday Morning 8
T. £5. Bray’s Store Thursday Afternoon 8
Merry Oaks, Cotton’s Store Friday Morning 9
Corinth, Mim’s Store ....Friday Afternoon 9
Brick Haven, Harrington’s Store ...Saturday Morning 10
Moncure, Bank Saturday Afternoon 10
Jim Knight’s Store Tuesday Morning 13
Farmville, Seagrove’s Store Tuesday Afternoon 13
T W. Hobby’s Store Wednesday Afternoon 14
Bynum, Atwater & Lam. Store Thursday Morning 15
T E Williams’Store Thursday Afternoon 15
Phoenix Utility Co. Plant All Day Saturday 17
Thanking you to co-operate with me, I
am, Yours very truly,
cent, hard working young negro lost
his money. It is a shame to permit such J
things as this in the county. It should
j be prevented and cheap shows, con- J j
cessions, and the like should not be ]
Messrs. J. H. Hammock and Ben ;
Harper, who have been in the wood- j
working and blacksmith business east
of Pittsboro for some time, have dis- j
solved co-partnership, Mr. Harper go- j
ing into business for himself at the
old garage corner of South Street and
court house square.
The railroad fare from Pittsboro to
Raleigh and return, on account of the
State Fair this week, will be only
LOOK AT THE LABEL ON PAPER.
5 NEW PRICES ON |
| OVERLAND Automobiles j
| NOW REDUCED TO— 1
(Delivered $595 Delivered j
GET THE BEST THRE IS. SEE f
June N. Peoples ]
I FREE DEMONSTRATION PITTSBORO, N. C. j
| - *
THE HOME BEAUTIFUL
Many of the joys of heme are produced by beauty in the interior
Much of the enjoyment of home is the result of Comfort-Giving
chairs and restful Davenports and Lounges.
Be sure to see our Fibre Furniture, The Big Overstuffed Suites
made in Siler City by the High Point Bending and Chair Company.
These goods are made RIGHT and the price is RIGHT. Let us
MARLEY FURNITURE COMPANY
Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Siler City, N. C.
Phone 21. Motor Hearse Service.
ILEE HARDWARE CO. I
i Shelf Hardware.
Building Material. hi
Kg Farming Implements. f tin)
fi| Buggies and Wagons.
See us when in need of something in our line. K
r im " "
The only thrill that comes from the purchase of a bond
is the thrill that comes from the knowledge that your
money is invested safely and at a good interest yield.
Speculation furnishes more thrills but not the satisfac
tion. ... t
Alamance First Mortgage 6 Per E
Cent Gold Bonds |
are an investment that you should be much interested in.
Each bond is issued on a mortgage that has been placed
on expertly appraised property.
They pay 6 percent interest and are issued in denomina
tions of SIOO and up.
I CALL OR WRITE |
FOR FREE BOOKLET
AND ALL DETAILS. !
REAL ESTATE CO.
BURLINGTON. N. C. 7 r ! 7
I CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $300,000. *;
C. G. SOMERS, W. E. SHARPE,
Field Representative, Manager.