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flie Edna Mills are controled by
the same interests that control
the Henrietta Mills. It is one of
the most successful textile mills
in North Carolina. We recom
mend this stock as safe, conser
vative investment. Additional
information on request.
Price SIOO.OO and Dividend.
American Trust Co.
Charlotte, N C.
Frank B. Green, Mgr.
WHO GETS YOUR PAY CHECK?
Are vou using l it to buy the things you want and need—and to provide for the future?
Or do you fritter away a good part in passing pleasure?
The answer to this question is a determining factor in your success, for someone is put
ting a part of your pay away as a Key to Op portunity and a step to independence. Is it
you or someone else?
Each payday put part of your check in a Savings Account in this strong Bank. Then the
money which you earn will earn for YOU.
The Farmers’ Bank
A. C. RAY, Vice-President. T. M. BLAND, President.
ERNEST WILLIAMS, Assistant Cashier. VICTOR R. JOHNSON, Cashier
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Make Delivery Certain!
"VT 7TTH the entire factory output of Ford Cars
** being absorbed as rapidly as the cars can
be produced, it is certain that plant capacity
will be greatly over-sold when spring buying
reaches it highest point.
We advise that you place your order at once,
taking advantage of your dealer’s first oppor
tunity to make delivery.
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venient installment terms can be arranged. Or you
ran enroll under the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan.
SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER.
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REGIONAL S. S. CONVENTION.
Announcement is made from the of
fice of the North Carolina Sunday
school Association at Raleigh that
seven of America’s most noted Sun
day school specialists have been se
cured to 'take part on the programme
of the four regional Sunday school
j Conventions to be held in North Car
olina on the following dates in April:
Sanford—April 4,5, and 6.
Asheville —April 8, 9 and 10. * .
Salisbury—April 11, 12, and 13.
Tarboro—April 15, 16 and 17.
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The village of Dexterville, Wis.,
founded 76 years ago, has no church.
LOOK AT THeTaBEL ON PAPER.
Do Yourself Justice
When you want a real shave or
hair cut, bring your face and head to
the new barber shop over the store of
J. J. Johnson & Son and see what we
will do for you. Always on the job
| and service and satisfaction is our
H. H. Hackney,
Expert Artist. Pittsboro, N.C.
M. P. Conference be Held in June.
The annual summer conference of
the Methodist Protestant church in
North Carolina will be held at Weav
erville, starting June 27, and contin
uing for several weeks.
A comprehensive course starts this
year with four divisions: The chil
dren’s, young people’s, adults and gen
eral, each leading to a certificate.
Many well known speakers have
been secured and the meeting promis
es to be a good one.
Two Illinois business men are fined
$20,000 and sentenced to jail for six
months for attempeting to bribe a
prohibition enforcement agent. They
now are convinced that the eighteenth
amendment is a part of the constitu
LOOK AT ON PAPER,
Catarrh is a Local disease greatly in
fluenced by Constitutional conditions.
HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE con
sists of an Ointment which gives Quick
Relief by local application, and the
Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces and assists in ridding your System
Sold by druggists for over 40 Years,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
By ROSS FARQUHAR.
Friday—well all I got out of
skool today was plenty trubble, sum
J buddy had went and
put chewing gum on
the teecher’s chare &
chewing gum earlier
in the afternoon and
then I wassent she
dissided I was the one
who showed the most
gilt and just as we
was a getting reddy
to go out she sed this
was a good time to
settle up the little
matter and so she
grabbed time by the
four locks and me by
the nap of the neck
and hailed me back in
to the room. And the
rest is a closed book
to the curious eyes of
the Public population.
Saterday—Jane is a geting en
tirely to smart with her tung here
of lately. I thot I would entertain
her a little bit today when I seen
her over by her house and I up and
ast her where does Joaks cum from
She looks me over with sort of a
sneeerish grin and then she sed. well
where at was you bomed. Mebby
she thot I woodent get the point.
But I did how ever enny ways.
Sunday-r-Well the radio witch I
have been making is not such a
success as I imagined it was going
to be. Tonite I was reddy to make
a test & had all the gang in to hear
it and see if we cud hear frum up
in Canady or Haywayian Hands
mebby. But when I twisted the but
tons and listened with one ear and
then with the othern all we cud
hear was nothing. Then ma pops
sum corn and a good time was had
by all present enny ways.
Monday—Well we went to a vode
ville show tonite and seen sum
wanderful dancers frum Grease and
when we got home ma asts pa what
did he think of the close they was
wearing and pa replyed and sed.
Well I don’t think they are any dan
ger of any of them getting arrested
for carrying concealed weapons.
Tuesday— pa was argueing vs.
wimen voteing and sed they wood
always choose the best looking
candidates. Ma sed. Youre crazy
we diddent do that when we went
and choosed our husbands. Not all
of us enny ways.
Wensday—l seen in the paper
where thew was a going to operate
on a boy’s head to make him behave
Personly I prifer the way pa and
ma operates on me. Paneful but is
soon over with.
Thirsdav —Ma says she has got a
cuzzin witch speaks French and
english and Italian and her hus
bend tawks english and Spanish &
German and Porchageese. Pa sed
Well I don’t know them but I’ll bet on
the lady enny ways.
BRIEF, INTERESTING FACTS
Figures and Historical Mention
Dearborn Independent. *
Sixty six kinds of birds in the
southeastern states feed upon boll
For the first time since 1896, the
St. Lawrence River at Quebec was
this winter blocked with ice.
Missouri bureau of Labor Statistics
reports that 8,789 farms of Missouri
farmed or supervised by women are
more profitable t;han are average
farms controled by men.
Wooden houses are rare in Bel
gium. Real estate is high, lots are
small, and the yards which Ameri
cans enjoys are unknown except for
villas owned by the well*to do.
Utilizers of electric light poles in
California find it necessary in many
cases to impregnate the entire pole
with creosote to prevent serious dam
age by termites to the tops and cross
Mount Kilimanjaro, in Tanganyika
territory, Africa, is 19,900 feet high,
the highest mountain in that conti
nent. It is near the equator and is
covered a third of the way down with
Three men in Brooklyn, New York,
who have not qualified for a license
to practice medicine are said to prac
tice on the licenses of physicians who
have retired or died. It is not known
how the licenses fell into their hands.
The expression of “Lo the poor In
dian” is from Alexander Pope’s Essay
on Man. It occurs as follows: “Lo,
the poor Indian! whose untutored
mind sees God in the clouds, or hears
him in the wind.”
* A signature book containing signa
tures of parents, guardians and others
is used by a teacher of the Proctor
ville, California, high school. It is
proving to be a terror to those stud
ents who would play hookey and write
their own excuses.
German troops in the World War
failed to reach Amiens in March, 1918,
because the soldiers discovered large
stores of red wine whose demoraliz
ing effect on the exhausted German
soldiers prevented their attaining their
objective according to a German pro
fessor, writing in the German temper
The people of Czecho-Slovakia, re
garding the late president Wilson as
the founder of their republic, have
named various parks and streets and
buildings after him. The latest is the
new Wilson Station in Prague which
is the meeting point of all railroads
leading out of the capital to Poland,
Germany and other countries. ,
The foreign born in this country
sent $400,000,000 abroad during the
last fiscal year. This together with
the expenses of our tourists in Eu
r^ 0 . o’ir gifts for relief Durposes and
Other items not only wipe out the
trade balance in our favor, but it even
appears that Europe in 1922 got the
better of us by about $500,000,000.
The orginals of the Declaration of
Independence and the Constitution
have been placed in public view in a
specially constructed shrine ip the
Library of Congress where they may
be viewed by the general public. The
shrine is of marble and the papers
are in cases covered with specially
prepared gelatine films to exclude all
light rays that might fade the histor
A German woman newly arrived
from the old country, believing she
had arrived in the land of wild In
dians, of whom she had heard so much
while living in her old home, refused
to leave a train when it arrived at
Leavenworth, Kansas. It was neces
sary forcibly to remove her and not
until she saw her sister and had been
assured of her safety would she be
lieve she was in a civilized communi
A primitive people living in holes
in the ground ahd believed to be de-f
ascendants of a race antedating the
Arabs in North Africa, were found by
a Fellow of the Royal Geographical
Society a few hundred, miles south of
the Mediterranean Coast in Africa.
Here dwell more than 12,000 souls
without tents or houses, living in sub
teranean homes which are entered
through tunnels. They are Moslems
and extremely fanatical.
They are building a bridge*between
Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla., that
will be six miles long. It will reduce
the distance twenty four miles be
tween the two cities.
The fellow who keeps smiling never
needs a face massage to get rid of
The fellow who stops to tie his shoe
strings in the race of life generally
gets left behind.
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SALE OF LANDS UNDER MORT
Whereas, on the 18th day of May,
1920, Lilias C. Brown and A. C.
Brown, her husband, executed and de
livered to the Bank of Sanford, a
corporation, a mortgage deed, which
is recorded in the office of the register
of deeds for the county of Chatham,
in Book “F.S.” at pages 291-292, to
which reference is hereby made; and
whereas default was made in the pay
ment of the debt thereby secured :
The undersigned Mortgagee will,
Monday, April 21st, 1924,
at 12 o’clock noon
at the court house door in Pittsboro,
Chatham county, North Carolina, sell
at public auction for cash to the high
est bidder the following lands, con
veyed and described in said mortgage
First tract —a tract lying and being
in Oakland township, Chatham county,
North Carolina, adjoining the lands
of Peerless Lumber Company, W. B.
F. Johnson, Stedman and others which
is particularly described by metes and
bounds as follows:
(The courses and distances follow
ing being ascertained by actual sur
vey of the property made in May,
1920, by R. B. Lee, C.E.) Beginning
at a stake, Oren Johnson’s and Wm.
H. Bums’ corner in the W. R. Pat
tishall line, and running thence N. 83
E. 1460 feet, with J. A. Stedman’s
line to a stake; thence N. 32 E. 300
feet to a stake; thence N. 12 E. 895
feet to a stake in the run of the creek,
O. o. Johnson’s line; thence as the run
of said, creek about 174 feet to a
stake, a comer of Isaac Johnson
thence N. 85 W. 2090 feet to a stake,
hickory pointer, in the run of a trib
utary to Calf Branch; thence down
the various courses of said tributary
about 940 feet to a stake, where said
tributary empties into Calf Branch;
thence N. 80 E. 535 feet to a stake;
thence N. 5, W. 1050 feet to a stake,
Isaac Taylor’s line; thence S. 68 W.
1270 feet to a stake, rock pile. W. B.
F. Johnson’s comer: thence S. 6 E.
1200 feet to a stake at the Bridge
across said Calf Branch; thence S.
38.25 E. 710 feet to a .stake at a
spring; thence S. 77.30 E. 833 feet
to a stake in the public road leading
from Asbury church to Cumnock;
thence S. 6 1-2 E. 391 feet to a rock
pile; thence S. 25.45 W. 632 feet to
a stake, pine, the beginning comer,
containing 119.7 acres more or less,
and being the identical tract of
heretofore conveved to Mrs. Lilias
Brown by Samantha Gilmore.
Bv the terms of the said mortgage
deed, the foregoing lands, one of two
tracts described therein, situated in
Chatham county, will be sold at the
time and place above advertised.
This March 14th. 1924.
BANK OF SANFORD, Mortgagee.
PAGE TRUST CO., Assignee.
A. A. F. SEAWELL,
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Mrs. Lucy E. Mead
ows, deceased, late of Chatham coun
ty, North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons holding claims against the
said estate, to present them to the
undersigned duly verified, on or be
fore the 21st day of February, 1925,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons owing
said estate will please come forward
and make immediate payment.
This the 21st day of February, 1924.
C. F. HOUSTON,
A. C. RAY, Administrator.
Attorney Apr. 3-p.
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of O. M. Dorsett, de
ceased, late of Chatham county, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
holding claims against the said es
tate to present them on or before the
6th day of March, 1925, or this no
tice will be plead in bar of their re
All persons indebted to the said es
tate will please make immediate pay
This March 6th, 1924.
Mrs. ALICE DORSETT,
Apr 10-p Administratrix.
Rt 1, Cumnock, N. C.
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is a real bargain. It has a low top I
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If your dealer can’t get it, send name, ad- j
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NOTICE OF SALE UNDER MORT
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain mort
gage deed, executed bv T. L. Philips
and his wife, Mattie Phillips, to J. L.
Fields, which is registered in the of
fice of the register of deeds for Chat
ham county, in book “F.N.” r.t
97, default having been made in the
payment of the same, the undersigned
mortgagee will on
Monday, April 7th, 1924,
at 12 o’clock noon,
at the court house o° <
county, in Pittsboro, N. C., sell at
public auction to the highest uidd •
for cash, the following described tree;
of land, lying and being in Gulf town
ship, Chatham countv, North Caro
lina, which is bounded as follows :
Beginning at a pine, thence south
94 poles to a stake near a small
branch, in Josiah Temple’s lire: thence
east with said Temple’s line 30 poles
to a black jack, Temple’s corner;
thence south with his line 100 poles to
a stake in the old line fence; thencq
east 69 poles to a dead pine in Emer
son’s line; thence North with Emer
son’s and Hinton’s line 194 poles to
a pine; thence west 100 poles to the
beginning, containing 100 acres, more
This the Ist day of March, 1924.
J. L. FIELDS,
Long & Bell, Mortgagee.
Attorneys. A.pr 3-p.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain mort
gage deed executed on the 7th dav
of September, 1918, by H. M. Nichol
son and wife, M. A. Nicholson, to J*
H. Henley, which mortgage deed is
recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Chatham county, in Book
No. F. N., page 58, default having
been made in the payment of the
notes and indebtedness therein men
tioned, the undersigned mortgagee
will, on Monday, the 24th day of
March, 1924, at 12 o’clock noon, at
the Court House Door in Pittsboro,
Chatham county, North Carolina, ex
pose to public sale to the last and
highest bidder for cash, the following
described tract of land, situated, ly
ing and being in Bear Creek town
ship, Chatham county, North Carolina,
and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a pine corner, Phil
lips’ corner in Tally’s lines and run
ning thence as Preton Phillips’ line,
N. 112 poles to a stake in Trogden’s
comer; thence as his line east 29
poles to a stone to another of his
corners; thence as another of his
lines north 29 poles to a hickory tree,
his corner, thence as his line east 31
poles to a .pine his corner, his comer
m Gilbert’s line; thence south 126
poles to a dogwood in H. Trogden’s
line; thence as his line west 89 poles
to the beginning; containing 61 acres
mnrfl ni* lpcc
This 20th day of February, 1924.
T. H. HENLEY,
Gavin & Jackson, Mortgagee.
Atty’s, Sanford, N. C. Mch. 20-c.
MORTGAGEE’S LAND SALE.
Under and by virtue and power of
sale contained in a certain Deed of
Mortgage executed by O. H. Pickett
and wife, Martha Pickett, on the Ist
day of November, 1920, to secure the
payment of a bond of even date there
with which became due and payable
on the Ist day of November, 1821, de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of said bond whe ndue and de
mand having been made for the pay
ment of same, and the said bond se
cured by mortgage deed as aforesaid,
having been made payable to J. Frank
Jones, and said J. Frank Jones being
dead, leaving last will and testament
with Alma Lambert Elkins as execu
trix, and she having duly qualified
as such executrix, and said mortgage
deed having been duly recorded in the
office of Register of Deeds for Chat
ham County, N. C. in Book “F Z’
page 418, the undersigned will expose
to public sale at the Court House door
in Pittsboro, Chatham County, N. C.,
Saturday, March 29th, 1924,
at 12 o’clock noon,
to the highest bidder for cash, at pub
lic auction, the following described
tract or lot of land, situate in Mat
thews township, Chatham county, N.
C., and more particularly described
and defined as follows, to-wit:
Beginning on the west side of Mat
thews street and bounded on the north
by lot No. 71; on the east by Mat
thews street; on the.south by lot No.
73; and on the West by lands of J.W.
Wright,, and being 70 feet in front
and 175 feet deep, and being the same
lot conveyed to O. H. Pickett and Mar
tha Pickett by P. G. Maulden and
wife, Sallie Maulden.
This 27th. day of February 1924.
ALMA LAMBERT ELKINS
Executrix of J. Frank Jones, deceased.
J. Frank Jones, deceased.
R. F. Paschal, Atty. Mch.27.c