Prices Are Lower j
Our Special was a big success and we appreciate the t
large volume of trade given us. LISTEN! i
WE HAVE SOME EXTRA SPECIALS 1
that will interest anyone. Come and see them and be I
convinced that Brower can Save You Money on your pur-, |
chases. All goods have been priced low, but you cannot
afford to overlook the Specials. |
C. L. BROWER & CO.
Dealer in Quality Merchandise.
Buick Authorized Service
| A Valuable “Part" of Every Buick
Equally important with the universally admired per*
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The insurance that the nation-wide Buick Authorized
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Buick Authorized Service of the same uniformly high
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tuick Authorized Service is in itself a valued part of
ie Buicks they purchase.
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BROWN-BUICK SERVICE STATION,
Distributors : Chatham, Lee, Moore and Montgomery
Big Sales and Satisfied Users of the Full Standard Size j
Special Sanford Pen which was but recently introduced
have prompted the makers to produce this same high
quality pen in Special Ladies’ Size also. Both models are j
the most practical, durable and easy-writing Self-filling j
Leak-proof fountain pens ever produced at the price— j
made possible only by quantity production. Remember,
there is only One standard of Sanford Quality, which has
been fully recognized by the trade for nearly 25 years.
14 KARAT GOLD PEN, tipped with genuine, hard native (
(Russian) iridium, smoothly ground and polished, pro
vides perfect, long-lasting writing qualities. Pen Barrels
are of very best grade Para rubber, handsomely chased.
Self-filling device automatically cleans the pen at the
same time it fills it, thus insuring instant writing at all j
times. Screw cap makes leaking impossible. FULL
STANDARD SIZE has nickel silver clip on cap to hold
pen firmly in pocket when not in use. LADIES’ SIZE, has
gold ring affixed to end, instead of pocket clip.
For the next 30 days we are making the liberal offer
to give one of these ladies* pens to the girl or young wo
man who will send us four new subscribers to the paper,
either The Record or The Herald. Or to the boy or young
man who will get the same number of subscribers we will |
give one of the men’s pens. j
This offer is good for four subscribers and they may
be sent in—one subscriber for one paper and three to the
other or two to one and two to the other or all for one
paper, thus making it easier for the solicitor to get the
list. Send all the subscribers at one time and tell us they
are sent for one of the pens.
iVomptly upon receipt of the $6.00 we will forward by
prepaid Assured mail the pen asked for—men’s or ladies’
This is the most offer ever made by a newspaper 1
in North Carolina. The pen is equal to the $5.00 fountain j
pens on sale anywhere and satisfaction is guaranteed. It
Is a beauty and you will be proud of it. Address:
COLIN G. SHAW, Editor— j
Pittsboro, -—•— —■- —-—North Carolina. |!
JUNGLE LAW. |
A young boy, son of a prominent
! citizen of Atlanta, was set upon and
> beaten almost to the point of death by
j a man 28 years of age, for no other
> reason than that the assailant took
> offense at an alleged minor breach of
l the unwritten traffic rules, committed
> he said, by the lad.
The victim of the assault, suffered
l from a broken jawbone and may lose
» the sight of one eye as the result of
l the beating he received.
I In municipal court the defendant
> admitted the assault, telling the
l judge that he had followed and at
» tacked the boy because the latter,
> who was driving an automobile, had
l “violated the ethics of the road” by
» “cutting across” in front of his car
? in a traffic jam.
l It is fortunate that the alleged
p miscreant is in the hands of the law —
? that he is where his case can he pass
j> ed upon by a jury.
» Let us hope that this case will af
t ford a demonstration of the fact that
l it is not safe for any man to under
p take to administer cave-man punish-
ment for grievances, etiher real or im
If the boy had violated the laws
governing traffic on the streets the
injured party had his remedy in re
course to the authorities of law.
But his remedy certainly did not
lie in brutal violence.
If this sort of thing is permitted
to pass unnoticed by the forces of the
law, the life of no citizen would be
safe on the public thoroughfares and
it would not be long until street traf
fic would be governed according to the
rules of the jungle.
Opinion Held by ioc Many.
“Something might to bt* (lone sibout
everything.” sanl an Intnic philoso
pher. But what accounts.for so many
thinking they are Hamlets, and ex
claiming with him: “The time Is out
of joint. 0.. cursed spile, that I was
born to set it right.”
The FARMERS BANK
PITTSBORO, N. C.
The Bank with a reputation of being the raost’aecom- . •
modating and the most apprecia
tive ol yonr business
When vou have money, When you want money,
we want it. we have it.
FOUR PER GENT PAID ON SAVINGS
T. M. BLAND, BURTIS BENTON
A. C. RAY, Vice-President
Kuppenheimer gj J \
Tastes vary in buying msSjL'&MMt
clothes. But every man JEwymMSgR
wants quality and value. mBBBI ST
You can find the style you sry
like in Kuppenheimer Good 6y\J jj&y) .
Clothes and buy them with , mMu //Ay/,
the positive assurance that
they represent the highest
standards of tailoring and
An Investment in Good 1 *
C. R. BOONE
“Good Quality Spells What Boone Sells”
DeLuxe Clothiers RALEIGH, N. C.
14ft A BANK |
is more than a private business enterprise. Its relations
(I) with its customers and, indeed, with the community in fft
which it operates, makes it essentially a servant of the
public. It is judged, as it should be judged, by the qual- (j)\
\)/ ity of the service it renders.
()/ We desire to be judged by this standard, by the quality *4/
%!/ of our contribution to the upbuilding of the community— w
ii/ a conservative institution, but awake always to the ne- w
cessities of its customers and the development of indus- w
I s .—.§
I Banking Loan and Trust Co., f
\ji R. E. Carrington, W. W. Robards, J. W. Cunningham, U?
I? President Vice-Pres. Cashier. ¥?
\b JONESBORO: MONCURE: lib
ib LP. Lasater, Cashier . ' J. K. Barnes,
j TRUSTEE’S SALE.
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority conferred upon me by
a certain deed of trust executed in
my favor by C. W. Morris and Zil
phia Morris, his wife, bearing date of
.March 23, 1920, and duly recorded in
Book “FS”, at pages 245 and 246 in
the office of the Register of Deeds of
Chatham County, North Carolina, and
because of default in the payment of
the indebtedness thereby secured and
at the request of the owners of the
notes secured by said deed of trust
I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the court
house door in the town of Pittsboro,
Chatham County, North Carolina, on
Monday, the 30th day of April, 1923,
at 12 o’clock, m., the following land
lying and being in Williams town
• ship, Chatham County, in said State,
and bounded and described as follows,
Beginning at a stake and pointers,
- C. C. Edwards and J. S. Harward’s
comer and running thence South 3
■ degrees, 15 minutes, West 19.97 chains
■ to a stake another cbmer of said J.
S. Harward’s; thence South 4 de
-1 grees, West 30.77 chains to a stake;
! thence South 45 degrees, 30 minutes,
■ West 17.73 chains to a stake and
pointers, J. C. Green’s line; thence
; with the line of the J. C. Green’s
land, South 87 degrees, 30 minutes,
t west 30.19 chains to a stake and point
' ers; thence North 4 degrees, East
1 53.58 chains to a stake, C. C. Edwards
corner; thence with said C. C. Ed-
I wards’ line, North 58 degrees, 15 min
utes, West 21.28 chains to the begin
ning corner, containing 117 1-2 acres,
and being lot No. 3, on the plot of the
Calvin Green’s place, made December
16, 1909, by Victor W. Breeze, sur
This the 27th day of March, 1923.
W. H. WARD,
Apr. 26. R-c. Trustee.
Profit by reading the ads in this
We Both Lose I
When you fail to examine our new goods in our new stor
| ' and learn the low prices at which we are selling then? r
we both lose. If you would save money, we ask that you S
| [ drop around and let us show you and give you some prices f|
I J. JOHNSON & SON !
< > Service and Satisfaction Store. jl
Cor. Hillsboro & Salisbury. Pittsboro, N. c |
| ED. S. PHILLIPsi
| ~ Retail Dealer in
I FURNITURE, COFFINS and CASKETS H
I BENNETT, N. C.
I I have opened a Furniture Store at Bennett and will sell j
| what Furniture I carry on a close Margin, as Ido not ex- I
% pect to sell on time, this will be better for me and also the j
| | Buyer.
| I also have and will carry a line of BURIAL SUPPLIES !
I CASKETS, ETC.
t When you are in town stop over to see Our Furniture j
x Line. See what I now have and get Prices. \
Also Mrs. E. S. PHILLIPS and Mrs. C. E. JONES sell p
1 %. millinery and make ladies’ and children’s dresses on or- j
| ders in the same building,
i Yours truly,
I ED. S. PHILLIPS j
I PHONE BENNETT DEPOT BENNETT, N. C. j
■he Money I
ir rush is the beginning of j
fe~us to keep the correct
stock kept up to its former
MISS M. STONE,
being Shown by Mrs. C. B.
I During the Month of April j
I We will offer the people of Chatham county our entire |
| stock of Merchandise at cut prices—percales, shirtings, |
| ginghams, suitings, sheeting, shoes, hats, etc. Yard wide |
I percales j 18c.; Ginghams, 15c. up; Father George sheet- |
ing, 16c. and many other bargains. !'
Each lady making ass cash purchase on any Saturday J|
in April I will give free enough goods for an apron. Each ;
man buying a pair of Allen’s Special Overalls at $1.69 will <
recieve free a linen handkerchief. \\
Highest cash price paid for county produce. j;
R. W. WHITE
j| ORE HILL NORTH CAROLINA, jj
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j; KXXT> Automobile Tires have made two ad
yW f I vances since January 1, 1923, and are
j! JQ A J I destined to go higher if the price of cot
|| \Xa I I ton stays high. The Goodyear Tires are
!; XX, I the BEST Tires—they have stood the j
YnA I Test. We have a big stock in all the
I sizes and can meet your needs. Buy now
\AA | I and take advantage of *the present low
«VV I ■ Also general line of hardware in any
- «vQ\lm / thing and everything that you need.
BBs/SvMr II Call on us.
I The Hardware Store, Inc., j
E. H. JORDAN, Manager, SILER CITY, N. C.
Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed*