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G. W. BLAIR,
SHERIFF-TREASURER CHATHAM COUNTY
PITTSBORO, N, C,
Notice to Taxpayers
While I have been restrained from v, filing the land of
delinquent taxpayers of the county, this is to advise
that the restraining order is only a temporary order and
may be dissolved at the final hearing and I will be com
pelled to proceed to advertise and sel| the land of those
who have not paid their taxes. I therefore, urge and re
quest each and every delinquent tax payer to please pay
their taxes at once.
G. W. BLAIR, Sheriff.
THE CHATHAM RECORD
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Our Heavenly Father has called
from our midst, to his home above,
our well beloved brother, Mr. C. W.
Lutterloh, who has been a member
of this church and Sunday school
for quite a number of years. He
served a long time as steward in
the church and as president of his
Sunday school class, of which he
was an efficient member. He was
also a member of the Junior Order
of Manndale Council No. 249. The
home life of Brother Lutterloh was
ideal, he tried to make his hom
one in which it was a privilege to
be a guest. Gracious and charm
ing in manner ,enthusiastic and
vul of the joy of living, he was
a companion coveted by old and
young alike. A useful citizen, a
loyal friend, a devoted an dtender
husband and father, he will be
greatly missed, in the
home, in the church, in the com
miriuty, and in the Sunday school.
May He who comforts the widow
and fatherless give to his loved
ones peace and the strength to
follow the footsteps of the dear one
gone before. While his influence
will abide with us his work is fin
;shed and he has received the wel
come plaudit “W r ell done thou good
and faithful servant ,thou hast been
faithful over a few things I will
make the ruler over many things.”
We feel keenly the loss of a
faithful member in his going.
Therefore be it resolved:
First. That we the members of
Brown’s Chapel church and Sun
day school desire to express our ap
preciation for his devotion and loy
alty to his church and Sunday
Second: That we assure the be
reaved family our deepest sym
pathy and that we share with them
the great loss, yet we bow in hum
ble submission to the one who
doeth all things well, knowing our
! loss is his eternal gain.
Third. That a copy of these re
solutions be given to the bereaved
family, a copy be sent to the Chris
tian Advocate and Chatham Re
cord for publication, and a copy be
spread upon the minutes of the
j church and Sunday school.
JOHN R. GOODWIN,
J. T. MANN.
Z. L. DARK,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the people of
Chatham and Orange counties and
other counties as well for the nu
merous deeds of kindness shown us
in the loss of our home by fire
March the fifth. Our friends and
neighbors certainly understand the
meaning of what the Good Book
says. It is more blessed to give
than to receive,” and “He that giv
eth to the poor lendeth to the
Lord. May God bless each and
every one that helped in any way.
MR. W. M. MEACHAM, AND
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in that certain
deed of mortgage executed by
Charlie Brooks to the undersigned,
and duly recorded in the registry
of Chatham county, North Caro
lina, in book FX, page 531, et seq.,
default having been made in the
payment of the bond secured there
by, the undersigned will sell, at
public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, at the court house
door in Pittsboro, North Carolina,
at twelve o’clock noon, on Monday
the Gth day of June, 1927, the fol
lowing described lands and premis
A certain tract or parcel of land
lying and being in Chatham county.
North Carolina, in Center town
ship, and described as follows, to
wit: Bounded on the east by the
lands of John Thomas and Annie
Pleasant; on the south by the lands
of Mrs. Jenks; on the north by Joe
Harmon and Lonnie Womble; and
on the west by the Seaboard Air
Lire railroad, running from Pitts
boro to Moncure, containing sixty
(60) acres, more or less.
This the 4th day of May, 1927.
W. A. BROOKS,
Assignee of Chatham Hardware
Siler & Barber, Attorneys.
RAD FEARRIBGTON ESTATE
Chatham County, N. C.
This is to notify you that unless
you redeem your land which was
sold for taxes for 1923 and 1924
6, 1926, I will get a Sher
iff’s Deed for the 20 acres of land
valued at §2OO.
T. V. RIGGSBEE,
Well, sprig is ’ear. The reg, reg
robgh is a hopk, hopk, hopkig a
((Continued from page 1)
Pauline Palmer has true bill for
murder of her sister found against
her, but solicitor states he will ask
or only second degree or man
slaughter verdict. This case was
finally postponed till June court,
he giri Is out on bond.
Emmett Brooks, pleads gu.lty to
/.elution ol liquor law —v.as at still
Randolph McPherson, nianufait
uing liquor, three months in jad
n.d then hired out for three months
F. M. Hadley admits having li
quor in hotel at Siler City, but
Judge Harris decided that liquor in
possession for one’s own use is per
Non-suit in case against J. O.
Nol pros in case of Charlie Als
ton, M. A. Routh ,Bud Beal, Lewis
Roy Prince and Rom Dennis drew
six months on roads in a liquor
Elmer Andrews—non-suit allow
Seaton Fearrington eight months
on roads. Sentence to begin Dec. I,
in liquor case.
Cliiton, SSO and 60 days. Liquor
j R. H. Burnside and Ed. Burn
j side, indicted for possession of
goods stolen from the Harden fill
ing station at Ore Hill.
R. H. Burnside, guilty; costs and
pay Harden SSO. Ed Burnside net
guilty. The Burnsides live in
Greensboro. Harden also got back
goods held by officers .
Raymond Kennedy (or Canady)
Summer Dresses ffH j
Smart prints, Sheer Georgette, Washable Crepe in all / !j /\\
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jfjjjjß NEW HATS ■!
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FURNITURE Repaired and Up
holstered. Upholstering a spe
cialty. Work guaranteed. Re
fer to Hon. W. D. Siler as to
character of work. J. A. Ken
nedy, Siler City, N. C. —May 12
CONNELL & JOHNSON are ex
clusive dealers for the famous
guaranteed ilne of $ African
Feeds, horse, cow, poultry, hog,
and baby chick feeds.
SAVE YOUR baby chicks with $
African Baby Chick Starter.
Put the health into them. Cod
liver Meal and Buttermilk in this
chick starter. Sold by Connell
BUY HAY, oats, corn, from O. M.
Poe, and save money.
BUY YOUR hard brick from Con
nell & Johnson.
Subscribe to The Record, $1.50
for 12 months—ln advance, please.
FOR BEST price on Chicken Feed,
See O. M. Poe.
for robbing Harden filling station,
two to five years in penitentiary.
C. W. Carroll, jail and fine of
SIOO, jail sentence to begin May
30. This is the father of West
Carroll, who was ccnvieted in Jan
uary. An array of liquor in hot- j
ties and a case of fine bottles was
a feature of the case.
Adolphus Page, liquor case, costs
Dempsey Carter, C. C. W., eight
months on roads.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is herby given that in an
action pending ; n the Superior j
.* o u r t of Chatham
..runty, entitled “Spoon and'
Brewer et al. vs. Goldst .n Sash |
& Door Company et al.” wsa de
clared inslovent and all of its as
sets were placed in the hands of
the undersigned receivers: ail cred
itors will take notice that they shall
file all claims against said Golds
ton Sash & Door Company with the
undersigned receivers on or before
sixty days from the date hereof, as
required in the above mentioned
order, or else this notice will be
pled i nbar of their participation in
the assets of said insolvent corpora
This the 21st day of May ,1927.
V. O. OLDHAM & C. C. BREWER,
Receivers Goldston Sash & Door
BRUCE CRAVEN WANTS
ORGANIZE THE PROTESTANTS
(Continued from Page One)
“It looks like poor old Judge
Clark was the last of the North
“The best citizens is not a boost
er, but an intelligent knocker who
corrects evil and makes a place
for decency .
TRY $ African Big Grower and
raise your pigs cheaper, bigger,
and better. A trial will convince
you. Sold by Connell & John
BEST FLOUR for price in town.
See O. M. Poe.
WE SELL $ African dairy feed
that produces milk and keeps
your cow healthy. A trial will
show the difference. Connell &
5-V GALVANIZED Roofing-
Prices right. Connell & John
MONEY TO LOAN—SIOO,OOO to
loan the farmers of Chatham
county within next ninety days.
Loans from 1 to 30 years at 5 1-2
per cent. V. R. Johnson, Pitts
YOU CAN get sugar and coffee
cheaper at O. M. Poe’*?.
WANTED —10,000 cedar posts, 6
inches up. Highest cash prices
paid. Connell & Johnson.
Thursday, Ms, M
j CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUp J
[CHILD’S BEST LAXat.
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ant taste of “California Fi/ J
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prevent a sick child tomorrow '
Ask your druggist for
“California Fig Syrup” which i?
directions for bab.es and child
of all ages printed on hot?
Mother! You must say “Calif
i nia ” or you may get an imitati!
: fig syrup.
haarlem oil has been a wor
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bladder disorders, rheumatis
lumbago and uric acid conditio
correct internal tronblce, ithrmlatc y
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on the original genuine Gold Mu
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African Baby Chicks and !0 1
ing Mash. Why feed
feeds and lose halt yi-ui cdJes
Does that pay ? Connell & >■'
$ African Laying Mash make.-
hens lay big fertile e £& 3
will hatch big husky chicks- -
by Connell & Johnson.
FULL LINE of gr eerie* at V
tom prices at O. M. I' o ' -'
him before you buy.
PROFESSIONAL Nl KSE^ 1
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to the people of Chatham c
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way 50. Finder n -
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