sl Per Hree Scsaen Mrs. Vfo
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ICS, N. C I suffered for
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Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
test fima, was my worst.
1 had dreadful, nervous headaches and
pofltrfltkxit and was scarcely able to
walk about Could not do any of my
I siso had dreadful pains In my back
cad sides and when one of those weak,
akddag spells would come on me, I
would have to ghre up and lie down,
CSw3 It won off.
I was certainly In a dreadful state of
when I finally decided to try
the woman's tonic, and I firmly
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Venus was at the Peeler re-un-ion
at Crescent and took dinner
here with the largest crowd of
Peelers he ever saw It was a great
sucoeis, the table was thirty one
steps long and everybody en) yed
the day very much. The Rock
well bard furnished musio for tne
occasion. People were there from
far and near.
We heard that there were more
people at Granite Quarry new
than was ever there before. One
boarding house there has some
thing Jike thirty-five or forty
boarders. The granite belt is
The first farmer that we have
seen picking cotton this year was
at James Ritchie's farm near
Henry Rusher of Henderson
ville, N C, is on a visit at Faith
shaking hands with his old frieLds.
He is at his pousin'f, t John Corl,
Mrs. J. R. Brown and little
daughter are spending a , week
with Mrs, Brown's sister-in-law,
Mrs. P. A. Peeler. r
Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Brown are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. P
J. T. Wyatt shipped a three
and-a-half foot pair of mill stones
today to Doughton, N. C
J. T. Wyatt has been awarded
a contract for one hundred an-i
eleven granite posts. They am t
be used to support a nioe orna
mental iron fenoe around a ceme
tery iu Davie County.
Miss Maud Deal is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Cal Deal, a fen weeks.
Robert Cauble of Salisbury is
visiting hit aunt, Mrs. Andy Oas
Rans Beck and his brother and
their sons are working up near
Faith for J. T. Wyatt in the
quarry And they are good quarry
men. Mr. and Mrs. Bolick left in
their automobile for Lincoln
County to visit Mr. Boliok's peo
ple after visiting Mrs. Bolick's
0. E. Wagoner of Gold Hill
is visiting his brother, Luther
Agner, of Faith.
Another new boarder came in at
the Brenton boarding house. He
is from Burlington, Vt.
Rev. J, R. Jordan will preach
a special sermon to the Jr. O . U
A. M., No. 100, at Faith in the
Junior ball Thursday night, Sep
temberSrd, for the members of
the Junior Order only.
'- Young gentleman at John Joues'
James Jones has bought a
Young gentleman at Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Emery's at Graaite
Qaarry, July 3rd.
Daniel Alexander Parks, eon of
John Parks, was boru February
21st, 1889 and departed this lift
August 18th, 1914. age 25 years
and six mouths. He was married
August 24tb, 1918, at Albemarle,
N. C, to Miss Lula May Green,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Green. He leaveB a wife, father.
mother, oue brother aud two sis
tera to mcurn his death. The
funeral was conducted et the
Baptist Ohnroh at Faith Satur
day, August 22, Rev. J. R. Jordan
- m .iating.
Venus took dinner at Mr. and
Mrs. L. I. Cauble'a Sanday, Au
gust 23rd for the first time. Mrs
Cauble is ( ne of the finest cenke
in the county, she has put up 148
jars of fruit this year and n not
done yet, she has made fifteen
gallons apple butter. Mr. Oaublp
has a large farm and the biggest
pile of wheat we have seeu.
will have wheat to sell . We had
watermelons and cantelonpss a
p'euty to eat there.
M A Holshouser furnished a big
two horse load of watermetous for
the Lutheran Sunday school pio
nio of Faith recently held at.
Lutheran Chapel near China
M. A. Holshouser made this
year seven hundred and twenty
four bushels of - wheat and oats
with three horses. Who ever
beats that with three horses trot
John Goodman and family of
Rockwell visited at L. I. Cauble'a
M. A. Holshouser has one acre
of the finest sugar cane in this
part of the country.
Rev. C. P. Fisher was called to
Lowerstone Reformed Church Fri
day, August 21at, to officiate at
the funeral of Frauk Isenhour.
Mr. Isenhour died from the effactB
of heart trouble the day before.
He was a memher of Lowerstone
and was a splendid citizen. He
was sixty-one years old. Venus.
Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated?
Dr. King's New Life Pills wi l
oure you, cause a healthy flow o
Bile and rids your Stomach aud
Bowels of waste and fermenting
body poisous. They are a Tonic
to your Stomach and Liver acd
tone the general system. First
doe will care vou of that dnrDOO
Vd, diwy, biHous and constipated
conomon zoo. all Druggist.
August 29 Still a little
and dry in this section.
The protracted meeting at Trad
ing Ford Baptist Church closed
Friday night. Eight joined the
church and wire baptized Sunday.
A. P. Miller hag a very sick
child at this writing.
L. H.-Eller has torn diwu all
the gates aud fences ar. and hi
place, wearing hiB hat on cue side,
aiuging old sweet home at the top
orniB voioe, reeling twenty years
youugnr and deolares himself
maoh better looking Y u see
it,s a boy,
The Woodmen had a good at-
tendance at their meeting Satur
day night. They are still grow
ing. G. A. Peacook, P N Paaocck
and T. R. Garner of Salisbury
relumed home Saturday from an
expended trip through western and
northern Norh Carolina. They
walked about 90 miles on their
johruey and viewed the great
mountains cf that section. This
was ODe of the most exciting trips
th writer ever took. We spent
ona night in Sparter, on night
over in Aihe County, one night at
Boone, oue night at Blowing Bck
and other places too numerous to
mention. I will never enjoy a
L-iboi day is soon here and we
all hope to enjoy the day. The
Wo' d men exppot to take part in
Jfar p irade. Let everybody at-
Aug. 81. Evert Swink and his
two sisters, Misses Texas u aud
Maud Swink, are visiting Miss
Everybody enjoyed the County
Sunday School Convention We
bad witb us good speakers and
plenty of dinner Friday and Sat
urday. Earl Current and Oscar Benson
started f' r Cburchland High
School Saturday morning. We
hope good luck will be with them
A great crowd gathered at
Hart's school-house Sunday for a
Children's Day.. A number of
recitations tock plase in the morn
ing. At 12:80 a large dinner was
served on the lawn at John Wet
more'a. In the afternoon a num
ber of recitations took place,
among these Miss Ella Carter did
some remarkable speaking.
Miss Mary Weldon Wetmor9 is
making ready to start to the State
Tie Farms Have Bij Meelii
The program for the farmers'
convention aud round-up iusti-
tafe1, as recently published in The
Watchman was fully carried out
at Ral igh last week, beginning
luesday aud closing lhursday
As: the farmers Kft for their
homes, all declaring this conven
tion, while not is large iu point of
numbers as was desired, was the
besVyet held by the organizition .
Dr. D. H. Hill wbo has boen uu
tiritig iu h;s fforts to make the
cooTreutiou a s access etatod just
before adj urumnt that all told
there had I ten in attendance on
the convention in the thrfe days
tbat it had been in session 522
people and that next year it was
hoped that cue thousand or more
would lei.d their presence to this
The outstanding feature of the
final session was the eleotion of
c fillers to Berve for -the ensuing
yeaf. The committee on nomina
tions made their report, a vote
was'taken on the report as a whole
audth? following officers were de
clared elected; President, B. F
Shef.ton, Edgecombe; first vice
president, W. S. Pharr, Meoklen
burg ; second vice president, J. B.
Sellars, Robeson ; third vice-pren
dent, E. B. Whitford, Craven;
peoretary and treasurer, T. E.
Brown, West Raleigh.
Mr. Sbelton, the newly. eleoted
president of the association, is a
promiuent farmer of Edgecombe
county, giving special attention to
the raising of cotton and live
stock, and is also quite an exten
sive lumberman. He owns one of
the largest herds of Hereford oat
tie in the State. Mr. Shelton has
been a member of the Legislature
from Edgecombe county and is an
enthusiastic belitver in good
roads. He is aiso a member of
the Tar River Live Stock Associa
tion, He is a man c f means, hav
ing made his money in raising
oo t toil, cattle and iu the lumber
bu9iuei8. He is married and has
Caught a Bad Cold.
"Last winter my sen caught a
very bad cold and the way he
3ocghed was something drpadlul,"
writes Mrs. Sarah E. Dunoan, -of
Tipton, Iwa. "We thought sure
he was going into consumption
We bought jub one bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Rsmedyai d
that one bottle stopped his cough
aud cured his cold completely,"
Ftr Sals by AilJtfbaleie.
The Fort oi t(i8 Tidkls.
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looking out across the river, witb
his glasses in his hand. I got as
close to him as anybody else did.
and I reckon I stood about 15 or
SO minutes right by his side. He
was about six feet -tall, stood
straight and erect, and was about
65 years old, and his hair wa
partly gray. He had on a light
dove oclored hat, a broaHcloth
mantle carried a satchel on his
writ, and wore number 10 shoes
He had witb him his wife and
family, 500 mouuted soldiers and
s 'jfle eight or 10 or more ambu-
I fT l
iauues. lnese ambulances were
made something like our wagon
beds are today! In one ambu
lance was Mrs. Davis and her
three daughters, the oldest abut
16 years of age, the second about
14, and'MiBB Winnie, a baby in
er arms, mis ambulance was
drawn by two mules, driven by
the oldest girl. I never could
imagine why that girl was driving
those mules. The family orosstd
the river before the President did,
and while crossing the lead mule
jumped into the river, aud Bucb
screaming among the ladies
never heard in my life I told
tne men wno were neipms me
what totlo and they got the mule
out sate. The President was rid
ing a beautiful, fine wild horse,
aud he led his horse on the boat
and held him aud talked to him
aud Datted him all the wav across.
It u . j .. a. l. l i
x uttpyeueu to iuucu uis nurse
with my p:le and he asked me
not to do that again. I was
afraid some of the ether men
misUt happen to touch his horse
with their poles and I asked them '
not to touch the President's horse
and the President repeated the !
requt at after me and asked them ;
not to touch his horse. I have
never understood why he was rid-:
mg that wild horse unless he:
thought he could outrun the Yad- j
kees if they tried to get him. and ,
h sure wculd have given them a j
chase with that horse Oue of
the ambulances was drawn by
four as fine mules as I have ever
looked at, and a mighty nice man
was driving them. When he
drove these flue mules upon the
boat he said to ma, This is the
heaviest load you have had yet.
ain't it? and I told him tbat it
was 1 1 Id him tbat I had one
1 ad that weighed 16 000 pounds
but that his males wt-re the heav
iest load yet. As I have just
said, there were eight or 10 cr
more ambulances in the escort,
and some were loaded with corn,
some fl)ur, some bacon, and I
think cue had silver and gold in
it. I am sure it did. The Presi
dent and bis family were on ther
way from Richmond, Va , to their
home in Mississippi. H gave me
a dollar for setting them aorosB
the rivar, and I kept th-it dollar,
which I was very proud of aud
prized very highly, uutil
house was burned and it
melted in the fire.
While we were guard i- e
railroad br:dge on the Yadkin
Rivr the Yankees eeut nonie
apt a to us oue day, and n. less
tti.u an hour they were on uj
We fought thorn and killed a pile
of them, They got in the ferry
man's house, which was a pretty
good framed building and shot at
us out cf the window. We bad
two artilleries and we loaded them
and shot up the house, aud what
the balls didn't kili tbe timber
of th house did Not one ot
them lived aud nrt cue of out
men got killed. We g t a tine
telescope from oue of them Yan
kees. Colonel Mobs said his tneu
behaved pretty in that fight.
General Beauregard's son, who
was ab ut 22 or 23 years old, and
a fine boy, had been with us
guarding the bridge, bat they de
cided that they needed him worse
at Salisbury to help guard about
1,000 Yaukee prisoners, and he
was taken prisoner there by tbe
It was a sad sight to see the
soldiers costing tbe river on their
way home. Some were wi unded
mid bloody, soma bad brokeu
arms aud scratohed up pretty bad.
l stayed -then and helped th m
cross the river because I felt like
that I could not do enough for
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