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GOODS, SHOES and
Mr. William D. Smith spent last Friday
in Raleigh on business.
Mr. Charles J. Temple made a trip to
Sanford last Monday on business.
Mr. D. A. Smith and Miss Carrie West-
cott, spent last Sunday week in Dunn.
Mr. J. D. Tyson, of Carthage, whilst in
Vass last Saturday paid the Pilot office a
Mr. D. C. McGill, of Wendell, N. C., was
the guest of his family here during the
Mr. John B. Blue and Miss Ethel Coats
motored to Carthage last Sunday after
Mr. Alton M. Cameron attended the
Shriner’s meeting held at Charlotte last
Mr. Walter B. Graham is attending the
Federal Court, as a juror, at Raleigh this
Mrs. Charles J. Temple and Miss Edith
Cameron were visitors in Raleigh on last
Mr. T. W. Churchill, of Moncure, spent
last Saturday with his daughter, Mrs. T.
K. Gunter, this town.
Mr. Fred Cash, formerly with the Bright
Belt Tobacco Warehouse was in Vass last
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McClain, of Cameron,
were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Cameron, this town.
Mr. Lacy Fry, of Midgeville, Ga., is
spending the holidays with his friends and
relatives in and around Vass.
Ma L. a. Jordan, our popular tonsorial
artist, was a visitor in Aberdeen and San
ford last Monday on business.
Mr. Charles Brooks, of Aberdeen, spent
the week-end at the home of his aunt,
Mrs. Geo. W. Brooks, this town.
Mr. Angus Cameron attended the
Stewards meeting of the Methodist Epis
copal Church at Laurinburg on Tuesday.
Master Henry Borst, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Borst, who has been seriously
ill, we are glad to note, is now conveles-
Mr. M. C. Thompson, of the Palmetto
Brick Company, of Cheraw, S. C., was in
Vass last week on business with Mr. A.
Mr. Z. S. Boone, of Greensboro, who rep
resents the Mergenthaler Linotype Com
pany, of New York, spent last Friday at
the Pilot office.
Mrs. Louise Matthews and Mrs. Ida
Matthews, of Siloam, were visitors at the
home of Mrs. Henry A. Matthews, one
day last week.
Mr. A. R. Laubscher, of Raleigh, spent
the week-end with his family in Vass,
and entered his name on the Pilot’s sub
Mr. Duncan McCrany, of Vass Route 2,
who was seriously injured a few weeks
ago, when his horse ran away, we are glad
to note was able to make a trip to Vass
Mrs. Alton M. Cameron with her little
daughter, who have been spending the
past two weeks with her father. Dr. J. F.
McKay, of Buis Creek, have returned to
their, this town.
' Miss Vivian Matthews had as dinner
guests last Sunday the Misses Annie Mc
Gill, Jessie Brooks, Lois Sanford and Ag
nus Smith. Everything eatable was in
abundance, especially wild turkey and
Mr. L. L. Johnson, secretary and treas
urer of the Weaver-Johnson contracting
company and president of the People’s
Realty and Insurance Company, of Aber
deen, was a caller at the Pilot office last
Have Signed the Pledge
Below will be found a list of names of
tobacco growers that were omitted from
our issue last week who signed the pledge
to cut their acreage to at least one-third
the coming year:
T. B. Brown, J. B. Coles, C. G.
T. D. McLean.
T. P. Womack, D. J. Monroe, J. E.
Phillips, W. T. Phillips.
J. S. Phillips.
F. L. Mabry, Robt. Kiser, J. S.
J. B. Upham.
Z. V. Blue, W. P. Benner. J. W.
Seawell, W. B. Seawell, W. M. Phil
lips, J. M. Blue, W. P. Davis, H. M.
McCaskill & Sons, A. A. McCaskill,
L. H. Blue, Joe. W. Blue, W. J. Fry,
Henry Gordan, D. H. Love, J. A.
Williamson, T. A. Cole, G. O. Cole,
E. A. Short, F. B. Fry, L. M. Smith,
Minter Johnson, R. M. Seawell, W. H.
Fry, D. O. Caddell, J. F. Smithwick
O. L. Gilchrist, D. R. Love, W. W.
Harris, H. H. La whom, L. J. Sullivan,
Ip. Bullofck, J. S. McLauchlin, R. G.
Frye, D. B. Swearingin, Mitchell
For a First Class Shave
Jordan’s Barber Shop
Hair Cutting, Massaging, Shampooing
Special attention given to children’s hair
Good Chairs Prompt Service
Any and All Kinds of Insurance
Anywhere in Moore County
“THe Best in Insurance Service”
Carthage Realty & Insurance Co., Carthage, N. C.
J. A. KEITH, President H. C. CAMERON, Vice President
D. A. McLAUGHUN. Cashier
The Bank of Vass
VASS, N. C.
Your checking account, large or small,
will be welcomed at OUR BANK, and
you are assured absolute security and
the most corteous service.
We pay four per cent, on Savings Accounts
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