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V e n c So‘ed by the pastor,
fj* B° one ; in her 76th year. 1
death, but the good
5 waS 3 sieved from a lon ? sie £f
who is totally !
our neighbors and
risk» * kind dee ds shown
fcfnf** dSkre« and death of
6' Ma L G ° d ’ S riCh '
I ear I]D on them.
If WANTS 1
, T public auction
mm saL ,, Vnubile auction for cash
■ «i' ise d te " Saturday Nov-
C.t •f.frtlO o’clock a. m., all my
I ™Uit\„ch as wagons, rid-
% s c etc ' M Tt c
c - ItC
'^rvOFBtKGAINS AT FITT’S
PLENTY, °F 5- Creek. If you have
Bi l a th circular or the ad be
1,1 ? “call and see him and get a
Igd «* speC ' alS '
r«vr patnT—l have about 30
roofing paint for sale at 75c
0 Guaranteed to stop leaks,
genius, Pittsboro. ltc
— Moncure. Finder leave
Xm R Pittsboro, rdbe
.sSbigsallis going on at
sols Creek. Anything in the mer
i j-n line also furniture from a
Strib up to a library table. Every-
priced during this sale.
If, he hosts and see him before you
raIBIGBUSINESS in the past few
Li-indication enough that we have
Slihe people want. Call on us for
iewelrv or novelties any time. Pres
ents for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or
f or any season or person. If we do
not have just what you want in stock
we will order it for you. Also expert
repairing. See Tod R. Edwards, the
reliable jeweler, Siler City, N. C. ts
I for general farming, cotton as princi-
I pal market crop; one four horse crop
I and one two horse crop. No boll weevil
■ -good terms to right men. W. L. Tay
■ lor, Stovall, N. C. Novlp
I FOR SALE—Good farmily mare, 6
years old; price no obstacle to quick
■ buver. L E. Self, Rt. 4, Siler City,
I N.C. 0ct.25-c
I EIGHTY-SEVEN BARRELS Flour
B sold the past week —$6.25 to $7.00
■ji per barrel; every bag guaranteed to
I be good as the best or your money
I back. I buy flour to sell, not to keep.
I R. M. Connell, Pittsboro. ts
I WANTED TO BUY a timber wagon.
I Name price first letter. C. B. Moore,
■ Pittsboro. ts.
I FOR RENT—Small farm near Chat
ham church; good dwelling and out-
I buildings. Also pair of mules for sale.
■ See or write B. A. Perry, Rt. 2, Mon
■ cure, N. C. Oct2s-p
I PRESSING CLUB—Why not have
I your clothes cleaned at The Star
I Pressing Club; cheaper and better;
■ dry cleaning, repairing and steam
■ pressed and dyeing. Allow me a share
■ of your patronage. First door north of
■ Post office, Pittsboro. N. C., David
I Nov B-c
I j TED—Men ci women to take
■ orders for genuine guaranteed hos
■ ior men. women, and children.
If u l nates darning. $75.00 a week
I rvn !:ne ; an h°ur spare time
I c^ ns ! .heathers, silks. Intemation-
I 111 wng Mills, Norristown, Pa.
I Nov. 29.
I*3 FARMERS—I have a good
I frrv P?1 ‘ Utilizers on hand, buy
I Dhi in «i a -n d save mone y- Acid phos
-Iffi A 0; 10 - 04 ’ § 2 - 00 ; 10.02, s4l
- bag or a car load - See me
I x r e i>. J. Vestal, Ore Hill,
I Y Oct. 25-p.
I P SS G v A £ D CLEANING done
I Club S n by , lhe Sller City Press.ng
I ardi C t kageS i glven prompt at "
I Seated Postage prepaid.
I Sh ° P ’
I sboro R ?o FARM , for sale > near
lia wood i an ’i 3O acres cleared, balance
l on farm or berms, buildings
Moa/to ti? e A f N ~~ We haVe s so ’ ooo !
county witu,- th !, fariaers of Chatham
at 5 1-2 nor n next ninet Y days
33 ve»Lf ent “terest and from 11
8. Johnson Chatham Realty Co., j
ity. jffoSF RINDS and qual-!
• hng- tto a L Xlin dried ceiling and i
S w °ods or dr!!- cro . ss ties standing j
Bland. r de hvered to road. VV. F. j
*ante4 A^A D ~P ry P ine wood'
' nil] asE lor prices but
SP.o ' ! b “y R on cars. Ad-
S,"' Box 112, Raleigh, N. C.
J Bl6 ' »»' 1 Go I l l ?y ED D - FARM FOK '
J' S . eas t !,f t0 f ’ I 01 ttsb0r ° road > 3
aiu)°° tight sr fr,Coldston; Carolina
% t hurch es near 1°° r ’ g0( ! d store
te nant hou p• V mproved build ~
J Vatl °n, balarf * acres » 30 are in
<£ or termv'* «™ win S timber;
K R. Giln,A pi i. ce teasonable.
•ya bilmore, R t . ls Cumnock, J
Co ,MicH — — ts. -
Tires"! KFLLY -SPRING-!'
o. c ' E ' Cmchfiew-f b M ttom P ric « s 1
Oct 4-”c nCl,rc ’ ■]
DIFFERENT POINT OP VIEW.
Visitor Enunciates Small Tjwi l»«na.
‘ When nan has lost all track of
time, when the sun has gone out and
the ocean dried up and politics become
, P**«'*- oven at that remote daie
! the small cwn will conti un *n ;hei*
manner of social offerings and dona
*ion ghtho.rgs ”
•Mr * tk (. a mg» that was visiting
i Mr. Frown, of the Record force Hu's
week, while events were being discuss
j ed since he visited in Goldston and
Ciler Ciyt some several years ago.
We listened with rapt attention be
cause all that was said had a signific
ance that is all too true an 1 the sen
tences were as faithful to facts as
phrases can make it.
i “Take donation parties, for in
stance,” said the visitor, “everybody
is always there especially those who
have an abundance of unprofitable
goods to give. Those who may not be
long to the sect, clan, elite or the ag
gregation it happens to be, will also
go because they think the folks of the
town are just grand people, and no
! body has notified anyone to stay at
! Mr. Brown remarked that once he
. knew an old lady to take five pounds
of boiled rice to a pounding of a
preacher. She boiled the rice, she said,
jto enlarge her symptoms of charity
and also to make her gift look more
formidable and prominent.
“No one seems to know,” said the
visitor, “just why they go to these
putting out, anonuncement, debuts, so
i cials or donation events and he was
reminded of old Col. Buuchgrass, a
Southern statesman who was once sent
to Congress and on his arrival in
Washington he was asked who sent
him there. Well, he said, I have been
here long enough to see how the laws
are made and get a few details and
when I left home I surely believed
! that my constituents sent me, but
j since I have learned as much as I have
1 durned if I don’t believe the devil sent
! “The intentions of all of them are
good,” said Charley Brown, “but the
result is doubtful.”
“Yes,” said the visitor, “It reminds
me of a Woman’s Club up in Raleigh
wuere l have oeen living to long, they
sent motto cards to the different mem
bers of the senate at Washington ’to
ther year and on which were inscrib
ed such legends as ‘Will you enjoy the
horcors of hell as much as you have
enjoyed the fleshpots of monopoly? 1
‘Where do you expect to spend eter
nity?’ It did them a whole lot of
good in sending but the benefit was
all on their side. The senators didn’t
notice the evcellent job of printing
and designing on. the cards.
There was a long silence. “Did you
ever notice,” said Charley Brown,
“that when a lot of people get to
gether and try to be a whole lot bet-
; ter than they feel, a painful silence
. swoops down on them occasionally.”
“Yes/' said the visitor, “just like a
! buzzard swooping down to enjoy the
dead silence and environment sur
• rounding the resting place of a dead
l calf out behind the clump of cedar
► trees on a sold December day.”
r i “Well,” said Mr. Brown, “this an
, nouncing an engagement of a young
lady steen weeks before the marriage
| at some party specially designed to
• meet the occasion with monogram
> cards, a rose bud, a petal from a pea
• blossom or some folded enigma that
| has to be explained to be understood,
'what is your opinion as to that?”
“Reminds me of when Mrs. Doug
■ lams anonunced the engagement of
Rebecca Folsom,” said the visitor,
• “She was engaged to marry Ebenezer
( Longfellow and all thought it a shame
! as Eb was an old widower. One old
lady, however, replied that a woma.i
’ had only two chances, they must eith
\ er marry a widower or marry a bache-
I lor—a man who had never been mar
[ ried or ore ,who had. Then one of those
. painful silences you spoke about fell
upon the parlor.”
“Same thing in regard to these
newly-weds,” continued the visitor.
“It is painful to endure the necessary
evils following a wedding of socially
I I inclined folks. They must call all the
town together occasionally and have it
! clearly known that they are really
J married and shefw them that every
' body is in accord with their decision
and the happy event is wholesomely
’Stoo bad that times change ,'ut men
i and principles never.
j IN MEMORY OF GRANDMOTHER.
| Dear grandmother from us has
gone to be with us no more here, in
I this old world. O, how we miss her
dear face; there is no one that can
! fill her place. It seems that life is not
to me just what it ought to be since
I God has taken grandma away.
Her greatest desire was to be true
to her God and to help somebody I
along life’s pathway. She longed to
see her grand children become noble
men and women, and if I could only
i live to be the man she would have had
; me to be, I woul feel that life would
be worth while.
j Iso often think of the happy mo
; ments she and I have spent together,
i and how she told me of God and His
! love for me. Now her dear room has
! no charms for me, because she is;
! not there to speak a kind word or j
; give me a sweet smile or tell me
| good night. Long years will not cause
i me to forget her sweet face. I still j
count as purest and best of all the
i women I have ever, my grand mother. !
Her purity was as a flaming fire. I j
can still feel the smoothing touch
of her loving hand. The whole world is
j in need of grand mothers like her. Ev- ,
I ery noble impulse of life awakens in
me at the thought of her. I can find
no words that would express the ap- j
preciation of such a friend. I hope |
some day to meet her in a happier,
. Her grandson, _
J. C. DISMUKES, (
Carbonton, N. C., Oct. 20, 1923.
in the picturesque days of ’49 the
Chinese gold diggers in California nte,
as an especial delicacy, a dish of rat
brains, with garlic and aromatic
.1 185 . n °t a single coal mine in
all her territory.
We believe the market will advance
to thirty cents this Pall. Don’t sell
your cotton now but consign it to us
i to be held. We will make liberal ad
vances on your shipments.
SAVANNAH COTTON FACT
i ORAGE CO.
Savannah, - Georgia.
J We Sell for Less.
See us when in Sanford.
»J. P.Co ulterCo.
; _ Sanford, N. C.
! * Modernize your Place v g
Driveways, walks, steps and other desirable conveniences of Concrete
[ will make your place more attractive and more livable, and add to the
resale value of your property. Concrete is the home owner’s moic
economical material for any kind of an improvement around the home.
i Concrete work is not expensive. Any local contractor can do the work ■
e at small cost. You might even do some of it yourself. The few dollars
■I you spend will be a small price to pay for the satisfaction, con- |3
A venience and service these Concrete improvements give you.
Any Security Cement dealer will lumish free Blue Prints S
and information on how to get the work done at least cost E
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
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 Tuesday Afternoon 30
Frank Henderson's Store Wednesday Morning 31
Thompson Bros. Store Wednesday Afternoon 31
Bear Creek, Fitts’ Store Thursday Morning 1
Bennett, Bank Thursday Afternoon 1
Rock Hill Supply Co’s. Store Friday Morning 2
Hsroer’s Cross Roads Friday Afternoon 2
Bonlee, Bank All Day Saturday 3
F. M. Farrell’s fitore Tuesday Morning 6
Gulf, Bank Tuesday Afternoon 6
Goldston, Bank , Wednesday Morning 7
Carbonton, Tally’s Store Wednesday Afternoon 7
Kimbolton, Burke’s Store Thursday Morning 8
T. B. 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
iJim Knight’s Store Tuesday Morning 13
iFarmville, Seagrove’s Store Tuesday Afternoon 13
IT. 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,
G. W. BLAIR,
The Movie Actress—i worked 90
days as star In this picture; I have
had to edit It 200 times In the pro
jection room, and now I am to have
the privilege of seeing Its “premiere I”
—Lustlge Blatter (Berlin).
One way of improving farming in
; North Carolina is to think over what
you have seen at the Fairs this fall.
BUILD A HOME NOW!
While shaving a customer the
| other day, he asked if we used
1 the same kind of soap that other
barbers used. “No,” we replied,
“Does it burn your face ?” “No,”
he said, “it tastes different.”
Well, it's true old bar soap
and obsolete articles are not
known in this shop. For real
service, prompt and accurate at
, tention see us. You're next!
H. H. Hackney,
. Expert Artist. Pittsboro, N.C.
NEW PRICES ON j [
| OVERLAND Automobiles 1;
NOW REDUCED TO— j|
£_ i i
| Delivered $595 Delivered §
GET THE BEST THRE IS. SEE .
1 . June N. Peoples
I FREE DEMONSTRATION PITTSBORO, N. C. *
THE HOME BEAUTIFUL
Many of the joys of home 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.
II LEE HARDWARE CO. |
]| Shelf Hardware. ||!
J Building Material. [WJ
Farming Implements. ' ||j
(|Jj Buggies and Wagons. W
II See us when in need of something in our line. ml
IS YOUR MONEY INVESTED WHERE IT DRAWS
THAT IS ONE ATTRACTIVE FEATURE OF GOOD
BONDS—THE INTEREST RETURN IS STEADY.
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS fc,
ONE OF THE BEST OF ALL BONDS IS A GOOD FIRST I
MORTGAGE BOND f
It is free from Changing Value—Safe—secured by mort- |
gage on property and yields a good interest return. 1
Alamance First Mortgage 6 Per I
Cent Gold Bonds
MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PURCHASE.
EACH BOND IS FULLY SECURED AND BACKED BY
THE ALAMANCE INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE CO.
REAL ESTATE CO.
, BURLINGTON. N. C. ! ~ r
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $300,000.
C. G. SOMERS, W. E. SHARPE,
Field Representative, Manager. *