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MR. kIiRFEES WRITES Z
WANTS BOND ISSL K FOR ROADS tt»nr
0 I' u
lherc Is No Good Reason Why bent
the People of Meadows Town- P
ship W.,uld Not Tax Themselves t"\v
To Build Good Roads
Kli• >.■ 1 lopuft !*:
i n tioo in your col mins >; .
the . a>* WCH'IN tiiai liio -* h •»
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shij ar a lii I>r an t?Uvii
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• ara .• I and tra.vHt ~ a >st
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• a bun
vote bonds now and spend the taug ,
..on* von these two roads. 1 .
lilding these two highways
.• tn th Forsyth canity line in
i ""..ant "i ...: •ho Sn.ith ar.-i .....
I There Will be no Tobacco J
I Sales on the Winston Market •
• During the Months of June and July •
® On account of the fact that so few buyers are on the sales during: ®
W the summer months and believing it to be for the best interests of W
V the farmer as well as the market, it has been unanimously decided
Q to suspend sales on our market during the months of June and July.
£ We urge all the farmers to sell what tobacco they have on hand A
M during the month of May.
0 The warehouses will be open all the summer as 2
0 usual to take care of their friends and patrons. £
I Tobacco Board of Trade I
• By F. A. COLEMAN, President. %
• Z. T. BYNUM, Secretary. •
nitig as they do through the
in part of tho township to its i
tier on tho North, it would t
10 as near dividing' tho money i
ially between, and equally i
letiting all. as it would l>o j
si bio ti) ii.i. No line in tlie i
•::shij) would l>> but a short i
tanee from a permanent mad. I
lies.• roads. too, would each i
ve the citizens whether wish- i
to go to market with tobacco i
to >wn »•\ - at. ;
sv th i*'• nit\ would natur.i!l\ ;
■t us hire at dormanton with '
:"Oil roai! if we 1 :i!d one, i
- s.-r\ i* g a gr.-at •; imher of i
pie v. ith a good solid ma i i
:• ua- ; • to mar .et tSn ir to- -
•:' ate among lite a few of }
•r of the almvo named roads 1
>rivate subscription, either as t
dtlic highway, . r a- a toll ,■
1 owned by a stock. company.
1 while I fav. r ti i - if nothing
can be lone, y t 1 know that
•i!.! iss ;e and h .il l! oth roads
;l:ui y pro-. - t lie greati >t 1
'it to all. and be nv>re satis
ory ever; way.
' any more money by private
icription than it would take y
.i 1 d \e of the above mails n
• I-a\::.- a large part of the s
i'i i ' 11 by a ■'
1 road, while as stated above
e 11';; 111 !,oth. everybody in v
township will be greatly ti
'.••d. A' tor ; a- -li.. tiirough '•
. a winter a* we haw, and >v
riencing the almost impas- _
mads. 1 cannot bat think
oar people a ,- e r. ,v road;, to u
e some iii it'/ >ve t' ward *
improvement. Other meth- 11
have been suggt st«■.i besides !■
nd issue, but experience has
ht the people all over the
1 who have been building e>
- tliat to issue bonds is not
the best and most elective
possible, bi; is by far the K
quickest method to adopt to soon
realize on cur expenditure. In
other words if we issue bonds
there is no reason why we should
not have these roads completed
inside of two years, while ether
methods would no doubt prolong
the matter indefinitely. 1 say
lot's stop discussing methods
and issue Ininds and build i'le
loads. Fn. Iless discussion and
n ' wo' k1 ■ I;'s but little. I. ' ;s
all iu! ir si;.. dder to the v. 1 el
and veti' the.- bonds. i t's
have i o tigi-.t r.or opposition. ': .i!
make i: unanimous, It \vi be
for ail and the g.. tl of all, - et
:,s ; staa las• no man an.
-a\ .vei 'AN'f, 1 it that we • \.\
and 11.1. iiav. good roads in
M. adow s township.
M;. idea that we should be
gin at or.ee. c : rc.date a pc.. n,
and if - . ough cat be
ha.i. :.>i\ t:ii' e imissioiu i ■
the n» xt mooting to grant us an
\ • . r.- tor g. i. H1 roads,
JNu. \V. KFKFK!
dormanton, N. ('. .
I'M.W.\UM >r OIXTMINTS .
F« >1! i ATAIIIiII I'll AT i • X
,s mercury will saroly des ; r
the sei,>o of snudi and com; . to- 1
iy derange the whole s\st.!ii '
win n entering it through t . • 1
mucous s,;riace>. Such an os
*ll>\ || Sel' bo used except ••!! J
prescriptions from reputable
'I:;, sicians, as the damage t!.••;.•
... i,i do i- ten :'■•!.! to the I
.on can ! issibl;.' derive . I
n n. 11a. .'s ('atari h » .•• >
lianufactured by F. J. Cheney i
v T • l.'do, i).. eon tail •> '
mercury. at d is taken inter: .
icting ilir-e' . apon the 1 ..1 N
md mite »us s irfaces of the -. s
••ni. I .' Hall's C: ,
II V be - . • . • 1 • t tile
lin ■. I: taken i.iternalh I
na lo in 1--.-.1 >. »hio, by I . J.
,'h 'iie\ i"o. Testimonials :'ice.
Sold 1 y a'l I )ruggists, 75c.
Take Hal 's Family l'ilis • r |
Wood mowers, rakes, rej'airs, 1
xeiger's store. i
THE DANBURY REPORTER
GERM A.N TON NFWS.
Mr 11. 1 . Hartgrove Gives a Birth
da) Dinner —Wheat Cn p I.coking
liermanton, May 12. The
wheat crop is looking very well
in this vicinity.
Farmers' are awfully behind
with their work on* account of
Mr. 11. 1.. II art grove gave a
birthday dinner Sunday, it being
his I ith birthday. Those present
were .Mr. and Mrs. W. K. 1 laker,
Mr. and Mrs. \V. (I. Turtle. Mrs.
dei\ a 1 laker, Meisrs. .1, li.
Tattle. M. F. Tut tie, li. A.
tirubbs. Misses Mae Haki-r and
Fllen l'.riggs ami >t ■■r>. All
report a idee time.
11.,'\. ('has. 11. Austin, who has
been attending school at Mars
11 ill, will preach at Friendship
tho third Sunday. A large crowd
is expected, for he is an excell
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Maker at
tended preaching at (Quaker (lap
Mr. (ov Fowler lillod his
regular appointment at Mr. \V.
li. Faker's Sunday.
Messrs. John IVtroo, (icero
Holes and Artis Riser called to
see Misses I'luma and Maggie
1 laker Sunday.
Miss Mao Ilaker and her
gran-hii.ithor are expected to go 1
to liockingliam this we k.
Misses Kilen Briggs, Mae
Haker and Minr.ie Hartgrove
went to Mrs. Faker's Sam lay to
Mrs. and Mrs. S. A. Hicks
visited Mr. Joe Hicks Sunday.
Mr. Frank l'- tre • was seen 1
pas.si r g I■. M;' day. 11. ** s s he
was goii g'see his girl,
MAMA'S (i.XI.V (illil.. I
Fame back is usually caused '
by rheumatism of the muscles of '
the back, for which \ou will lind
nothing better than Chamber
lain's Liniment. For sale by all
FROM WAI.NU I COVE
News Items and Personals T.ikcn
From the Saturday News.
.Mr. John V dding, of Cicr
manton lie v 1, was in town on
business \V ?*i. 'Silay.
Mr. 1!. . v , i:>«, of S'.ates
ville, District At ■; lit • t"t!i»• l'ar>r.-
u's' Co-op :atiw 1 K'inonst rat ion
Work IVr the Western District of
North Carolina, was in town
Tuesday iind WYdnes lay. He
tolls us that tho im-rc: •- ,! \i\ 1.1
on the Demonstration acr s «»i'
corn and cotton in N-.rtli C-.r
lina la.-1 war, at market pritv ■>,
mure than pai i lln "n' ir> unit
expended on i!ii wi-': i:i the
Mr. 11. 11. lieid, of Dan!. :»•>
li-'Utc 1. st t in Tuesday ia town.
Ouite a number from here
have been attending court at
Danbury tl.is week.
Mrs. A. v>. Davi- visited her
lather, Mr. .1. 1. Crews, at Kern
el's', iile, last Saturday.
Me ssrs. -I. P. \'i>ss and O. N.
I'.'tree lett Saturday f r Tillin,
Ohio, to earn the children of
Larry Samuels to the .Junior
Orphan's Home at that place.
Dr. 11. A. Fry and Miss Hen
nie Ilarrell. Itotli n' Pilot Mm., ■
were married in Winston-Salem
Wednesday night. It was a
"(iretna Creen" atl'air witnessed
only hy the family of llev. 1.. W.
Hutchens, the oiliciatitiir minis-1
I IK LPS A -ll'D ill IX It AD Kl.\.
Justice Kii «'i.- ir; . of (iillis
M. 1!.-. Tenn.. wa> plainly
worried. A had sure on his lee,'
had I .allied sevi ral doctors :. •. i
l• iiresisted a 1! remedies. "I
thoi:.:ht ii was a cancer," he
wrote. "At last I used Puck
leii's Arnica Salve, and wascom
pl"tely cured." Cares burns,
hoiis, ulcers, cuts, lirtiiscs and
piles. -J') cents at all druggists.
You can save a little on most
everything at Puttier's store.
John Wanamaker On Advertising
Advertising; doesn't jerk it
It begins very gently at first,
but the pull is steady,
i It increases day by day and
year by year, until it exerts an
■ irresistible power.
It is likened to a team pulling*
i a heavy load. A thousand spas
:' niodic, jerk;/ pulls will not budge
i the load; but one-half the power
■ exerted in a steady eilol't w.,1
I start and keep it movin/.
I have shoes and slippers at
a bargain. W. K, I ; itner.
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M IIS I K ANK AM»F.ItH >N.
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'l'll.m- it;.!- ■ i . !,i!ilri'n in the
■ l'iiiti'l St'itf- \vh ire -utirriii;.,
, from attack- ■ i;ik j-y ~tv a
| Imr.len ..!!•! ■ >rr. ■•.*• t r;• in nt.,
J who \VIM|.| yW- anything t. restore
: I.valth t r > -r.lii:
Dr. Milea' Nervine
is i -no • t t!i>- I . t r •• - kn- \vn
for tl.i- it !. j.( ■ e-i
1» ni il in th ji,!-. i , s
:i'ii| t!; • c wliu li.ivr u- 1 it i .ve
li- ill ! i:t!i ::i it It . t
a "cnri I ':t i ri'i .liti re:: !v
for T.-f vmi in |
not 1 iv-it.it« i • t ivc it .i trial.
Sold by all O r urjnlsts. If tho first
bottle fa.ls to benefit your money is
MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind.
It will pay you to visit my
bargain counter. W. K. Putner.