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l ' until Christmas. Do
Uoe been on a
;t ° irien -od $16.50 and Pitts
Jr of State Col
nt'ihe week end
P* A All- E. J. I> ark »
lo ° ke - aav. Nearly ever*-
'?e Fair at Kale.gh.
r ... in Pittsboro on
s?"4i*« C«ar.->«* it »•- j
L^ 21 , James Thompson, who j
\ short visit to his :
to their home
5* Bt I
' n n Mitchell, of Apex, Rt.
a*«w T± Mr. J. R- Good- :
Vsttsboro, Rt- -
a cold rainy day, and ,
in me same man-,
many from the ru-,
it? I*' 1 *'f m being in town.
section la lll
. Auxiliary of St. Bar- :
h f fSMßh'will give a Hal-■
n#\ u “, the Club room on:
fj!fi)ct*er 31st. Ever., oody
’"‘Sie’ has oeen
and at 11 o'clock at
,ife ue nave uo..e remarkable
% the circumstances.
, Ira C. Beal, of Asheville, one of
isgoodineno, e neamko
f n - e dav last wee*. Mr. beat
spending seveiui uats m tne ,
witnfriends a..d relatives.
colored man with a trained horse
. the State Fair at Raleigh pass- ,
Ldj pittsboro Saturuay. He '
e me horse periorm many tricks
tte great amusement oi a lot oi .
aders in tow n.
j,g LaSalle quartett will be in
jooro at the court house on the j
toi November itn, bcgnunng at
ciocK. This is the seconu series o.j
winter Lyceum course and prtni- ■
to be an’entertaining leaiure. *
nr attention has been ca.ied to the
,tea line iaiieu to print in our j
report of the county commission- '
and the item in regard to £25
hay to W. F. Beard tor the county i
ie, should have been tor work by '
ie hope to print the winners in the
iuoin list oi tne uiatham Fair
an early date. Owing to the iact
iwe are so handicapped iur eiec-j
ciurem, we will have to get in '
; all we can and no the best we
. Buick roadster driven by a trav
? man, ran off the road down ir.to
tch Thursday breaking one of the
Naels and bending the ax.e.
®iyer was bruised up somewhat,
accident occurred near the Moore
on the Sixer City road, and
«a miracle that the car did not
iover with a more serious iesaiu
kon Norwood, a worth” colored
,» llv | n ? on route 1, Pittsboro,
a novel experience on Monday at
, .jA .arge owl gained admis-
J p-? e ? n hou -' e - and in mak
%'e became a prisoner in
iitlv Muwi ?ta^e= - The mule
S ed the feathered robber,
exactly four feet
IwJkT™’ of Pittsboro Rt
? ur ofifice a PumP
beautrhaVe ® Ver S€en and
iaotwmi 3 ' * m formation. It
iltmtfTS. 38 Pounds, but it
'Mil. i m , tne next few
window? n t P. ac S l on displav in ■
pTi*t tb . e farter Furniture !
N)fcL k •’ in competition
J donated by oth
ty, 1 bee and Chatham
Brow n and the *4-
'*hT over to see the big
to Chsth ? a " d mean = a
coun ty. While
N Bricks, drove over bv Cor
: , nc khaven and on to Merry
■t° \i s it nev . er 10 ad oppor
*> and a« C Particular section
. or) n^ n t n > n as the Moncure
!° ?iv e u? a i;S y ~ ets in P° SJ *'
* tllat «ican lt:e * m 2 re electric
pa<t a f,„ n >et the tvpe, we
' remarks about our
° F GOODMAN SUNDAY.
er City a i ~~
f after a * , er 22 --John A. 1
Ms Lftnged illness of
x*J®Seast „f k‘ s home two
N llf wi, fountain.
M. Wii S ° n are w ife,
.' Wilson If°?,- 0 I Whitaker!
: i' Silo/ ®f, B,j n!ee, Walter
IS.of Fi rout ’ 3- n >
v S. C„ and
Sen ' )!fs . , Bsaver -
S ha frikT Stanley, e-d
• V., ’ 01 Siler City
gS Wax , ,
kSt Hew and hence later
■HtattJirn ’ ’ d a e ' orr l
Next stop Arbor Day—Nov. 2.
A mule belonging to Dick Ramsey
was struck by an automobile on the
Bynum road Sunday afternoon and
killed. The driver of the car was not
Court week drew many people here'
the first of the week, but the
rain diminished them before the close,
and only those interested remained. ’
Full acount of court will be printed
, Mrs. Henry A. London and Miss
Carrie Jackson returned home from'
Fayeteville last Saturday where they !
attended the marriage of Archibald ‘
M. Currie, son of Mrs. J. H. Currie,
to Miss Hester Virginia Calvert Lilly,
of Fayetteville. Mr. Currie is a neph
ew of Mrs. London and Miss Jack
Last Sunday afternoon was a very
pretty time to ride out through the
country and “view’ the landscape o’er,”
f and it was also a good time for au o
mobile wrecks. Over at Bonlee there
were four in which some of the cars
were badly torn up, but no one was
hurt, so it was reported to The Rec
The Winnie Davis Chapter of the
; U. D. C., will hold its regular month
| ly meeting with Mrs. Henry A. Lon
| don next Saturday afternoon at 3
o’clock. All members are requested to
bring their donations for the bazaar
to this meeting. The bazaar is to be
' held the first w*eek in December.
A HEAD-ON COLLISSION.
Two Ford cars, one driven by Er
| nest Brown and the other by a color
ed man named Cottein, ran head-on in
to one another Sunday night on Hills
! boro street, near the old school house.
Both cars were damaged considerably
but no one was hurt, as both were
making slow speed at the time.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL QUESTION.
Brickhaven Correspondent Has Some
Sane and Sound Comment.
Brickhaven, Oct. 22.—Miss Mary
Bland spent the week encl wntn her
father, Mr. T. M. Biand, at Pittsborr.
Miss Laura Hams was tne week
end guest oi relatives in Chapel Hill.
Mrs. H. T. Johnson, of Morrisville,
, is spending this week here with her
* grand children, Pauline and Forest
j Mr. Waylad J. Hanron spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
in Moore county.
Mr. and Mrs. David Strickland, of
Southern Pines and Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Marks and little Dan Marks, of
Chapel Hill, w*ere recent visitors here, i
Mr. Avery Marks who has been.
working with the Phoenix Utility Co., ■
has accepted work at Moncure ar.d s
expects to move there shortly. W r e are
very sorry to have Mr. and Mrs.
. Marks leave us, but we wish them
Mrs. J. A. Mims, little Miss Claire •
Eve Mims and Mr. W. A. Griffin mo- 1
tored to Durham Sunday. They attend- ;
; ed services conducted by the well
known evangelist Ham.
At a meeting of the Bettermen As
sociation this afternoon it was deed
ed to have a HalloXve’en party and •
oyster supper combined at the school |
building Saturday evening, Novem
| be- 3rd.' Everybody is corlially in
vited. Let every member of the Bet
terment consider herself a publicity
* committee and lose no opportunity to
advertise the Hallowe’e.i party. We
are eager to have a large crowd for
the Halolwe’en activities will be in
teresting and the oysters w T ill be most
The old adage that every question
has two sides has been repeated un
til it may sound trite, b t i
that it specially appropraite and in
an intelligent comumnity it does not
seem that it should be necessary of
repetition. We should be a.ble to dis
cuss questions calmly fairly with
out losing either our temper or poise.
Jt ; s for an angry person to b°
either fair or honest, and above all
things when mie c t‘ r »vs of nitr
imnort arise personal prejudice and
differences should not be considered.
The subject should be viewed from
the standpoint of what is best for the
comunity as a whole, and not which
or nr- net be of value to one
or more individuals. If we can’t have
a truck, and thereby give Brickhaven
youngsters a cha-ce to have an eig ; t
months school term, let’s get our
heads together, so to speak, and plan
whereby the children in this distr ! ct
! may have equal opportunity w r ith
think that the community as a whole
w’ould like to go on record as stand
ing so”a rely against the longer term.
Certainly there are residents here
who did not sign the petition recent
ly circulated and it is a question
whether some wrho did would do so
again. But let’s not wrarg’e and grow
bitter over the past, but be ready
to grasp opportunities that surely
come to the communities that are
eager for the things that make a
better, bigger citizenship.
DEATH OF YOUNG GIRL.
With a sad heart, I will try to
n-Wfe o -few lines in remembrance of
Miss Mary Ann Clark, # daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Clark, who died
at her home on Cumnock, Rt. 1, on
Sunday night, October 21st.
Mary Ann had diphtheria and was
sick only a few days. She was 12
years of age. j
Her remains were interred in An
tioch Chri-tian church cemetery cn
Tuesday, October 23rd. j
Mary Ann was a bright and beau
tiful girl, and was loved by all who
knew her. She will be greatly missed
~ir> home °nd i- the community, j
and very much so in her Sunday
school of which she was a faithful
She is survived by her mother and
father, one sister and four brothers.
of the brothers is now afflict
ed with diphtheria and was unable to
att°nd the funeral of his sister. ,
May God bless the b°re ov ed nns. j
A COUSIN. *
Much yellow "ilk is now raised in
fn^vf t^ T ? lUrsday at the residence of
Past ? r ’ Mr - E - C - Y °w was
FWF2 n 'rT arnage to Miss Maude I
F oushee The marnage ceremony was !
j R g- J - R- Edwards. On-!
• ly mu attendants were present.
■ bn de is the daughter of Mr.
a IrS; . Foushee » and has many
mends in this community who wish
i 95 cou P l .® many years of hap-
P ”^ ss - , Tbey ma ke their future
home at Ore Hill.
NEW'S FROM BEAR CREEK.
' C T r T eek ’ Rt - 2, Oct. 22.—Mr.
and Mrs. H. O. Nelson, of Apopka,
t a V Vls tt°rs in the home of
J. J. Cheek and J. D. Willett last
week. They were returning from their
I home up north to spend the winter in
Mrs. Nelson is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Womble, who!
lived m Chatham county until about
20 years ago. They report that they !
have driven over 11,000 miles with no
trouble other than two punctures.
Mrs. R. G. Holler and Miss O’-
Briant, of Durham, were week end I
visitors in the home of J. H. Snipes. I
Francis, the 2-year old son of Mr.!
and Mrs. P. L. Elkins, on route No.!
2, died Monday morning, after an ill
ness of about a week. The funeral
vas held at Sandy Branch Baptist
Mrs. Mary L. Dowdy, of Danville,
Va., has come to spend the winter
with her sister, Miss Bell Beal, on
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. El
kins, a daughter, Oct. 20.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coggins and
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Moody spent Sun
dav in the home of J. F. Coggins, of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ivev and
Gordon, and L. M. Fields, of Siler
Citv, were Sunday visntors at Mrs.
T. G. Iveys.
S. B. Burke visited his son, Marvin,
who is in a hospital in Greensboro.
Master Burke’s condition is unchang
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cheek,
October 21st, a daughter.
‘ - D. E. Rives, whom we reported in
our last leter as being ill, has greatly
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Moody, of Dur
ham. were week end visitors at W. A.
In some communities the exclusive tailor is able to of
fer woolens in his garments finer, perhaps, than those ob
<! j tamable in suits ready to wear, but this is not the case
1j in Chatham county and especially in Siler City.
The Clothes that Wrenn Brothers sell are made from
the very best materials to be had today. Folks that we get
our Suits from are constantly in touch with the mill dis
tricts in America, England, Scotland and they secure the
highest grade woolens and materials that can be manu
Tailoring is the next important consideration. This is
to be had in our Suits. Every feature that is obtained in
made to measure garments, is combined in the Suits that
we have for sale. ' j
There is no ready to wear clothes better than ours;
none made better; and none with more distinctive mater
We are now receiving our Fall Supply of Mens and
Young Mens Clothing and we want you to call and look
WRENN BROS. CO.,
Phone 34. IN BUSINESS 45 YEARS,
sell Most Everything. Siler City, N. C.
j It’s a Fact! I
| Did you ever stop to think that the buying of groceries
and those things that you eat, is the most important
shopping that you do? Well, if you never did, we want to
tell you that it is a fact! No one can be too careful to se
lect the good, fresh things that the market affords. It
is is really very important. We make every effort to
keep just the things that you need and we solicit an or
der from you.
I BOONE BROS. - - Ernest and Jarvis
■■ 1 :
fall styles that win - A i
I Boone's \
special A BA I
Is the Best Hat on the Mar- j
ket for the Price.
All the new styles and col- £1
ors. The hat for sports; \
the hat for conservatives. 1/ *,,/) \
i Just the right hat for ev- I
erybody and at the right ]
Stetson Boone’s Special. *//fy l
“Come and See Is all I Ask” *
c. R. BOONE
“Good Quality Spells W T hat Boone Sells”
DeLuxe Clothiers RALEIGH* N, C^
« — 1 - - >■—* J
PLEASANT HILL AND CHATHAM.! 1
! Etching morning at Pleas-' ! ]
xl and Sunday afternoon at >
j Chatham, at the regular hours,
i Eet me beg each member of my jl]
churches that you pay your Conference d
collections at once. We have now only
a lew days in which to work before d
our annual conference.
, please remind your neighbors of j|
their financial obligations.
J. J. BOONE. j
Day by Day, Every Way.
Mr. B. F. Wilkie, Bear Cre?k route; S
sends us another year’s subscrip
tion and says: “I can get along with- '
out it. It gets better and better ev- jl
ery week.” k
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our many friends )
and neighbors for their kindness and j
smypathy shown to us during the '
sickness and death of our mother and ! \
Mr.and Mrs. J. M. DISMUKES,
i Plain human nature too often likes ,
! to feel happy rather than to feel i
MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED bar
rels flour sold the past week. Every ’
bag sold means a satisfied custom- <
er. Spend your dollars at R. M. Con- j
nell’s where you get a dollar’s worth. '
KEROSINE ENGINE FOR SALE— *
Witt make, 6 horse power, mounted !
on truck, good shape, will sell cheap.
Rufus Jones, Rt. 4, Siler City, ts-c <
MOUNTAIN GROWN TREES-Peach,
any variety, $lO 100; $75 1000. Gen
eral line nursery stock. Prices right.
Buy direct and save money. Smithville
Nurseries, Smithville, Tenn. lt-p
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY—Su
gar 10c; Chops, the best, $2.25; Red
doer $2.60; Noxsl 90 per cent grain
$2.40; meat 13 and 16c; Flour $6.25 to
$7.00; meal $1.25 bushel* A thousand
other articles that we can’t mention.
Come and see us. We have quality
and the right price. R. M. Connell.
nut. j dm luMjaKß .
- ■■ i. ■ ■ - , --
liOrO Endicott Johnson i
vHULy Queen Quality 1
■I v J Wa lk Over l|
I U Godman |
| BEST SHOES made |
|j| See Us Before You Purchase
|! Your Winter Shoes SjH
| W. L. London & Son |
| Attention, Farmers j
I P. M. White, representing cotton exporters will be locat
| ed at Bonlee, N. C., October Ist, buying cotton from far- <|
I mers and ginners. He will pay the top of the market. x
| Fanners bring your cotton to Bonlee to be ginned and sell |
j[ it at the top of the market, and buy your goods cheap.
) > Bring your cotton to Bonlee either in bales or seed and S
!! get the right price and grade. There will be a good, live- |
| ly market. And be sure to buy your goods at Bonlee
I where you will get the right prices. £
j ATelegramForYou J
This advertisement is in the form of a telegram to
j you, to let you know that we have our store and ware
houses stocked with the very choicest of everything that
you may need for yourfeed. We have any amount of oats,
hay, feed, grain of all kinds, including sweet feed, chops, j
etc We have the kind that stock loves and on which they |
fatten. We sell cheap as the cheapest and cheaper than j
the rest. Save money by calling on us and getting a good, j
° Our retail store is filled with good things to eatof the j
highest, staple quality and ,are selling at a small margin
! ! of profit. We always sell sugar just a little less and the
BEST flour in Chatham county can be had at our store
for the lowest price. It MUST be good. All the heavy gro- i
ceries and much of the staple articles. If you want to save j
money, get service and quality, call to see us.
T. M. Bland & Co., I
Near Depot. Pittsboro, N. C. |
I We now have cabbage plants in stock for sale, Early Jer- ! f
sey Wakefield. We will mail them parcel post prepaid to ![
any address in North Carolina at the following prices: ?
For 100 30c. < ►
For 20055 c. !!
For 500 : $1.40
WANTED DEALERS IN OTHER TOWNS. CALL OR
Richardson Bros., I
S i >
Phone 42. SILER CITY, N. C. Phone 42. II
ADVERTISING IN THE RECORD BRING RESULTS