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5 , pnrrell has returned from
relatives in Tar
• n f e il here Monday. Rob-
< jC rreek‘ was higher than it has
ffor y gars *
f omu cement and entertam-
V® °* u and the kiddies next
county Fair, at Siler City
rmih Jones and Miss Emily
JS Sunday from a visit
* [ $ U »s.A. A. Holder in Dur
f the Presbyterian church
;to [ T U e«day from Spray, where j
a week’s revival ser- j
, nr .A er Wall, colored, caught a !
d turtle in a rabbit box last
'V-nidit- That was an unusual
vhrc Farrell left Sunday for
[r, o pental College. He has had
£ r , 0 f preliminary work at the
; 8 Elizabeth Burns, of the High-
Hospital* Fayetteville came
l:l ; un aay to visit her mother, Mrs.
jure?' who was sick. ,
Carrie M. Jackson and Mrs.
\ London have returned from
!l to Mrs- London’s daughter Mrs
fg Anderson in Fayettevile.
j J, Boone, pastor, will con
gee's at the Methodist church
1 gundav morning at 11 o’clock,
2 J>lt. Zion in the afternoon.
[r Rufus Farrell ,carrier on route
ad a break down Thursday and
acountsfoi failure of Record sub
*rs to get the paper Thursday.
H. M. London will deliver the
uJje to the addresses of welcome
vj Daughters of Confederacy at
r meeting* in Rocky Mount Oct.
r and Mrs. Paul E Thompson
.returned to Charlotte N. C. after
iek's visit to Mrs. Thompson’s un-
Mr. Lewis L. Woody. Mrs. Thomp
was formerly Miss Grace Woody.
r. LC. Cooper, who recently
[d from Bynum to Greensboro,
sn Pittsboro Tuesday. Mr. Coop-
JLohas been running a cedar mill
Ko. C-Brown & Co., is finishing
He ran at Bynum.
■reception to be given last Thurs
■evenin? at Mrs. W. P.. Horton’s
■ teachers was indelnitely post
■ because of inclemency of the
Bier, Later: the reception will be
■ec next Monday evening. Every
■Goldston correspondent asks for
■renon of an item in last week’s
■fa lews, to the effect that Dr.
■ fields has moved into _ a new
■ end that Mr. —. —. Fields is
■pa grocery business in the old
At least this is the best we
■understand over the telephone
fc Blair, after mature del’bera
■piered a 50-50 decision in the
■ Kennedy and Williams Vs
■ ind Henderson, which was a
■tfr. as to the ownership of- cer
■westies. The hearing occurred
■vi ago and lasted for eight
■ Each party got half the cross
■:d its own wittnesses, and half
m Shovor. of Harrisonburg. Va.,
■eriff G, W. Blair, f
■rmed a copartnership in the live
■business. They now have a car
■'Virginia and Tennessee mules
■ or?e? here that they offer at
■ sale. On Tuesday of court
■ Tuesday, October 21st, these
Hien will sell a car load at oub-
It is their purpose to keep
■yo SO head on hand at all
■ Mr. Shover is an exerienced
■ « stock, having spent some 25
■ ? the business and few men
■n « ® lair as a °T good
'. e dfmi has an ad in another
■ jjtthis Paper, read it.
■1 new buildings on the new
■ ereet you at the Chatham
Bffr next week.
WEAR NEWS NOTEES
■Nj N. C.., September 19,
■***•.L. Andrews, of Louis
■tv’. ls visiting his mother and
la u eS near
|S Mrs ; Joe J. Cheek, of Rt. 2,
■, j n '| visitors in the Rome
■ a *d Mrs. D. F. Perrel, of
■m r S, J‘ Lloyd, and Mr.
■trip L , bowler, of Burlington,
■ a r IVfl ee^'en d on route 2, visit
fchoof Ur^e as ente red Bonlee
Bw." ET- Matthews meeting
I the t'? J Sunda y night; but,
»2.?, clement weather last
■ J V thought best to contin
■lthie’ 80 , ere will be ser
| - week, we are informed.
■ w “PHIL”
B°athfm^ brinß: your exhibits
Bober 7 ( ' ounty Lair on Mon- ,
Be ,y* hitener, Republican
B Pitf C K be L* S. Senate, will
B T' ho ' ioro tomorrow, Friday
■both !: i' va V to he informed is
■ 'lies. Come hear Whiten- ■
-2!. ’ 1
B% t CONTRACT LET
Btsbor, P av i n & 11.6 miles
■lv to highway was
■h an ae Bagedorn Construc_
Br of reensboro, for the
is hoped that
I within the next few
HIGH WATER STOPS TRAINS. »
Southern railroad offiiials announc
ed last night that the track between
Selma and Goldsboro had been aband
oned at 9:15 o’clock Wednesday night
on account of high water which was ,
even with the track at Little river,
two miles west of Goldsboro, at 9
o’clock. The river was still rising late
last night and was expected to con
tinue rising until noon today.
Southern trains between Selma and
Goldsboro are being routed via the
Atlantic Coast Line.
Mrs Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Carroll are moving out of Mrs. Hayes’
residence and will occupy rooms at
the Exline Hotel. The editor’s family
will occupy the Hayes home. Mrs. Mc-
Manus has moved out of the “Jake
Thompson House” and is, for the pres
ent, with a neice in Goldsboro. She
! will move later to Greensboro.
Saw Carolina Wake Forest Game.
The following Pittsborians tr&veled
to Wake Forest Saturday to see the
Carolina-Wake Forest football game:
Messrs Dewey Dorsett, J. N.. Peoples,
VV. L. and A. H. London, Jr., D. B.
Nooe, Prof Shirley Water*. J. L. Grif
fin, Mrs. Griffin, Miss Skinner,
You can park your car in safety
this year at the Fair at Siler City,
HERNDON FAMILY REUNION.
Chapel Hill Weekly.
tThe Herndon family, well known in
this part of North Carolina, had a
reunion at the Tom Herndon home
in Chatham last week. There were 121 j
people present. Postmaster De Witt
Herndon, his wife, mother, sister, and
brother; the J. P. Nesbitt family, and
the Walter Booth family went from
OUR SANFORD ADVERTISERS.
Every visit to Sanford confirms the
impression that that growing town
will ere long be a considerable city.
Its location, together with its superior
railway facilities, coupled with
the enterprising spirit of its business
men, makes steady growth practically
inevitable. Positively, we have never
met a more friendly, gentlemanly
and foward looking group of business
men than those of Sanford ,and there
is no clearer indication of the enter
prising spirit of the town than the
readiness of its merchants to spend
money in advertising, a readiness to
which our columns abundantly testify.
The Carter Furniture Company.
One of our stand-bys is the Carter
Furniture Company. Here Messrs.
Carter and May are the proprietors—
both fine business men. They have
built up a fine custom in Chatham
county. Mr. Ben May makes weekly
trips to Chatham, bringing truck load
after truck load of their goods to their
Chatham customers. We find our citi
zens have the highest confidence in
the fairness and integrity of this
firm. A survey of the stock Thursday
convinced us that the firm is prepar
ed to fill any immediate demand on
the part of* the trade for anything
from the cheaper grades of furniture
to as fine as any reasonable custom
Dalrymple, Marks and Brooks.
These gentlemen have a fine line of
men’s and boy’s clothing and are in
viting your patronage in this issue.
You will find them very pleasant
gentlemen and their goods, we believe,
The Page Trust Company.
This old reliable banking firm, with
Mr. Jones in charge of the Sanford
business, will present its claims for
Chatham business to our readers in
early issues. It has the capital and the
facilities to serve our people, while'
its management is as clever as the
This firm is a regular advertiser
in the Record and it will be a favor
to us for our readers when in San
ford and in need of garage service
to remember this reliable place. It is
Very seldom does an issue of the
Record appear without an advertise
ment of the good firm of Williams
Belk Company. This firm has just
secured a new manager in the person
of Mr. Simmons, who comes from
Wilmington .He is a capable young
man, «f experience, and may be ex
pected to push the business foward.
Always read their" ad.
This long established Fayetteville
firm has opened an elegant establish
ment in Sanford, with Mr. Lazarus
in charge as resident manager. See
their big advertisement in this issue.
Casey’s Warehouse. 1
Sanford has two open market tobac
co warehouses. Casey’s is asking you
to bring your tobacco to it. The editor
found the proprietors exceedingly
genial. He noticed prices on tobacco
sold and considered them quite good,
considering quality of the leaf. The
Sanford market should get no small
share of the Chatham tobacco.
Lee Furniture Company.
We have previously written our
conception of this company and a
second visit, Thursday, confirmed our
good opinion of the firm. See their
This emporium of ladies goods and
millinery will keep its claims for
Chatham trade before the readers of
the Record. A glance over the milin
ery department would charm any of
our lady readers.
Lee County Hardware Co.
Another strong, reliable firm that
invites your custom is the Lee Hard
ware Co. Remember them when you
buy hardware in Sanford.
BUILD A HOME* IN PITTSBORO.
j We call attention to two farms of
fered at bargain prices this week.
Ten Cents a line for first insertion.
Count six words to the line, including
figures and initials.
All Notices of articles “Found” will
hereafter be published free of charge
in this column. Send them in and we
will make no charge either to the
finder or owner.
FARM FOR SALE.
53 Acre Tract for sale. Six miles
south of Pittsboro on railroad, near
highway. Good two story house, good
soil. $2,g00. Good terms. Houses cost
more than that. J. N. Holt, Moncure,
R 2. Oct-9-2t-p .
TA"KE ADVANTAGE of the sale of
C. B. Crutchfield’s Moncure store for
your winter shoes and underwear.
LOST—A large bill book, containing
$5 gold piece and real estate papers.
Reward for return to T. B. Cole,,
Chapel Hill Route 1. It j
BUY CAROLINA Light and Power I
Stock if you want an A-l invest
ment. See big ad.
, THE BIG SALEE at C. B. Crutch- !
field’s Moncure store is still going on
Sugar at 8 1-2 cents per pound. Fath
er George sheeting and 13 cents.
WANTED an honest energetic young
man to represent us in this town
and surrounding country. Hustler can
make money; one of our men made
$3,000,00. last year.| (Write u|s for
particulars if you mean business. Sal
isbury Marble & Granite Company,
Salisbury, N. C. Oct. 9 2-t-p.
63 ACRE FARM for sale. 3 miles
from Corinth; 4 room house, new
tobacco barn, $1250 cash or terms, R. \
A. Puryear, Corinth, N. C. Oct. 16. 3tp
TWO FARMS for rent, —with or with
out teams. Good houses and barns, i
J. R. Milliken, Pittsboro, Rt. 1. Oct2tf
LOOK OUT FOR C. B. FITTS’ BIG !
annual October sale at his Bear
Creek store. His ad. will appear in the
Record very soon. Don’t buy your fall
goods till you see his prices, as he
will have bargains that cannot be
matched in this county.
PAY MONTHLY for having your
home painted. I will furnish mater
ial, do the work and let you make par
tial payments monthly. A. E. Yarbor
ough, Pittsboro, Sept. 15 ts-c
FINE SEED WHEAT for sale. The
Routh Roller Mill ,Bonlee N.C. 2-t-c.
FALL GOODS can be bought at a
great saving at Fitts’ store at Bear
Creek during the big annual October
sale. Watch for advertisement in the
OVERALLS from $1.25 per pair up
at T. M. Bland & CO.
A DOLLAR SAVED IS ONE MADE.
You can save several by buying your
fall goods at Fitts’ Big October sale
at Bear Creek. His big ad will .appear
soon in the Record. 1-t-c.
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If you have been “in the swim” during the summer, we
can give you the right idea for your Fall good times.
First, to our mind, comes CLOTHES. The new clothes
editions are here, the famous GRIFFON Clothes, styled with
all the newly approved fashion touches. When shall we
show them to you?
Dalrymple, Marks & Brooks,
“ONE PRICE CASH STORE.”
I Attention, Planners! |
P. R. Casey & Son are again at Sanford in the ware- I
house business. Our accommodations are bigger and bet- ||
ter than ever, and we are here to sell your tobacco for you If
for the Highest Market Price. I
| Try us with your next load and be convinced that we I
i are here to look after your very best interests 1
Your* to serve |
i Casey’s Warehouse I
| P. R. CASEY & SON, Props. Sanford, N. C. |
WHEN IN TROUBLE call 74 Auto
Service Co. Sep.2stf
FOR SALE: Brick and mortor sand
-65 cents per ton F. 0.8. Jonesboro,
N. C. A. W. Steadman.
SEED OATS, Fulghun, Appier and
Rustproof clover and Vetch Rape and
all kinds of feeds at T. M. Bland &
LADIES WORK AT HOME, pleasant
easy sewing on your machine. Whole
or part time. Highest possible prices
j paid. For full information address L.
Jones, Box 2, Olney, 111 1-t-p.
WHEN YOU are ready for your
seeds and guano see us before buy
ing. T. M. Bland & Co.
T. M. BLAND & CO. have a full line
of shoes, sox in fact any thing for
the entire family to wear.
COTTON GIN NOTICE.
We have installed new up to date
system outfit, and are ±.o\y
gin your cotton, highest price paid
for cotton and cotton seed, Webster
& Brooks, Bonlee, N. C. Oct. 2 3tc.
GUANO for fall use can be fouud
at T. M. Bland &Co.’s
NOTICE! ON ACCOUNT OF UN
certalnty of the cedar market I am
not buying cedar posts or logs at the
present time, but expect to start to
buying again around the first of Sept
ember. However, ample notice will
given when I again enter the market.
D. B. Nooe. Pittsboro. ts.
MONEY TO LOAN—We have $30,000
to loan to the farmers of Chatham
county within the next ninety days
at 5 1-2 per cent interest and from 1
;o 33 years time. Chatham Realty Co.,
V. R. Johnson, secretary, Pittsboro ts
Brings Results—An Ad in The Record
I NORTH CAROLINA.
October 13th to 17th, 1924
Annual Vacation Time. An Educational Opportunity.
A Social Event. A Reflection of Agricultural
An Arena of Friendly Competi- Optimism.
tion. # An Annual Census of Progres-
A Medium of Exchange for sive Agriculture.
—ldeas and Property. A Pageant of Progress.
You Will See
THE BEST CATTLE, SWINE, SHEEP AND POULTRY.
PRODUCTS OF THE FARM AND HOME.
PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATIONS DAILEY BY THE BOY'S
AND GIRL'S CLUBS AN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS.
A FINE ART SHOW, REPRESENTING SOME OF THE BEST
A LIFE SIZE COW (STATUARY) MADE FROM BUTTER BY
A FAMOUS SCULPTOR.
THE BIGGEST CARNIVAL, TWO TRAIN LOADS, FOR EN
20 DISTINCT FREE ACTS, TWICE DAILY, ON RCE TRACK
IN FRONT OF GRANDSTAND. “.w.
RAES EVER¥IBA¥, WITH UNIFORM PURSES OF SSOO EACH
MAMMOTH COTTON PALACE, REQUIRING 10 CARLOADS OF
COTTON TQ CONSTRUCT. LICENSED A.K.C. DOG SHOW. V
FIREWORKS EVERY NIGHT. NO DULL MOMENTS.
Special Reduction Railroad Fare on All Regular and Special trains
MEET US IN RALEIGH AT THE N. C. STATE FAIR
"It Shows North Carolina." ‘
: Received, a Carload of l
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\ Furniture I
► * •
l Ivory, :
t. Walnut, 5
► Mahogany. :
t Popular Priced. j
l We can save you money on 3
t this line 1
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l Two Carloads of )
1 Bedroom Furniture i
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► in complete Suits and j
l Odd Pieces j
\ Lee Furniture Co., |