THE DANBURY REPORTER
VOLUME XXXIX. DANBURY, N. C. f DECEMBER 14, 1910. No. 2,018
SANDY RIDGE NEWS
SPLENDID SCHOOL AT DELTA
firer One Hundred On Roll —Party
At the Home of Miss Hattie
Sandy Ridge, Dec. 9.
Dear Editors :
As I haven't seen any thing
from this section in quite a while
I thought I would write a few
The farmers of this section
are very busy getting their
tobacco ready for market.
Among those who attended the
singing given by Miss Hattie
Vernon Saturday night, were
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyles,
Misses Edna, Ada, Ida, and
Lottie Hawkins, Quincy and
Myrtle Shelton, Delia and Lula
Carter, Mary and Nina Steele,
Ella Wall, and Janie Dillion.
Messrs. Moir Hawkins J. M.
Smith, Zeb and Isaac Terrell,
R. V. Wood, J. W. Wilson, Tray
Shelton, Cleve and Frank Mor
ton, Herbert and Richard Car
ter, and many others. All re-
E>ort a pleasant time.
Miss Ada Fleming visited
Miss Carrie Miller Sunday.
We are having a real goodj
school at Delta, taught by Miss |
Ada Fleming and Mrs. Lilla i
Boyles. They have 100 enrolled.!
Mr. Rufus Wood calied on;
Miss Ada Hawkins last Sunday, i
Wonder what has crossed Mr.
Moore's path, as he didn't call
to see Miss Ella Sunday.
F Missses Mary Steele and Hat
tie Hawkins spent Saturday
night with Miss Hattie Vernon.
MJ. J. W. Wilson called on
her Sunday. • Also Mr. Moir
Hawkins called on Miss Carrie j
Miller Sunday. ,
THREE CHUMS, j
From Willie Wilkias.
Sandy Ridge. Dec. 11.
lam a little boy 9 years old.
Ido not go to school. Mama
teaches me at home, my studies
are fourth reader, geography,
arithmetic, spelling and writing.
I like geography the best of all.
I think I would like to live in
How many of you are looking
for Santa Claus ? I for one. I
is loading up to take
Ins long trip with his warn fur
clothes on, and his reindeer sled.
I believe I would like to ride with
him. „ I know he would give me
all the sugar plums I could eat.
I know he is kind and good, for
is it that don't know him.
Is it not kind of Santa Claufi to
think of dPar little boys and
girls when the winter nights are
long and dreary because Christ
mas doesn't come but once a year.
Your little friend,
BANKS ON SURE THfNG NOW
fct 'Til never be without Dr. King's
New Life Pills again," writes A.
Schingeck, 647 Elm St.. Buffalo,
N. Y. "They cured me of chronic
constipation when all others fail
ed." Unequaled for Billiousness
Jaundice. Indigestion, Headache,
Chills, Malari and Debility. 25c
»t all Druggists.
Stack of Goods, Mill, Engiiw, Etc
After Nov. 21, 1910, I will of
fer my entire stock of goods at
f cost Also my store house, gas
olene'engine and corn mill. I
I have about $5,000 worth of goods.
They must go regardless of cost,
1 as I aim to move jay business to
f Greensboro. Everybody that
[' funs an account with me must
eomeand settle their accounts at
| once. , . Your friend,. ,
J. fi. HUTCHENS,
[, «*4ec2l '' Peter's Creek, Va.
Death of Mr. Will Spencer —Other
News of Stella.
Stella, ' Va., Dec. 4.- The
health of this community is very
good at present, with the ex
ception of a few.
We are having lots of snow
and ice now. Guess it will help
the wheat crop.
We are sorry to note the death
of Mr. Brack Adkerson, who
passed away Dec. 2. He died
with pneumonia. He leaves a
wife and several children to
mourn their loss.
There were several young
people at the home of Mr. D. F.
Rhodes last Sunday, and ' all
seemed to enjoy themselves very
Mr. Will Spencer, of Spencer,
Va., was carried by Dr. Perkin
to Battle Creek, Mich., for
treatment of cancer, some three
weeks ago, but died the Bth of
this month. Mr. Spencer is a
man of great wealth. He runs
a large business at Spencer. He
was never married. His re
mains were brought home for
Miss Lula Rhodes returned
home last Wednesday, after
spending several days with her
brother. Mr. Taylor Roger ac
! companied her home.
The school here is progressing
I nicely under the management of
j Miss Annette Penn.
Misses Lula and Vera Rhodes
| have returned home after spend
ing a week with relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. Zeb Rhodes, of Roan
Xmas will soon be here. Guess
everybody is expecting a nice
Wishing the Editors and the
many readers a merry Xmas
| and a happy New Year.
From Ersie Simmons.
Hartman, Dec. 11. i
I Dear Santa Claus:
I will write you a few lines j
and tell you what I want you to i
, bring me. I want you to bring j
me some oranges, apples and
candy. My little sister said bring
her a doll that can open and
shut its eyes, and some oranges,
apples and candy.
Good by Santa,
| ERSIE SIMMONS.
King, Nov. 2.
i All utudents above the 7th
, grade, of Stokes County, who are
thinking of entering school for
. this year, should give special
attention to the unexcelled oppor
( tunities offered by the State
L High School at King.
The enrollment at present is
[ 148 in all departments. High
Board offered by the best
families at $8 per month.
■ For particulars address prin
.' cipal High School.
I J. R. CAUDLE,
Sec't. State High School.
The quicker a cold is gotten
, | rid of the less the danger from
pneumonia and other serious
'disease. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of
Waverly, Va., says : "I firmly
believe Chaipberlain's Cough
' Remedy to be absolutely the
I best preparation orf the market
| for colds. I have recommended
lit to my friends and they all
agree with me." For sale by
'! all dealers.
! Boys' suits $1.50 to $5.
| Boyles Mercantile Co.
i Bed springs. Boyles Mercan
; tile Co.
Matting 16c yard. Boylee
Bring us your produce.
Boyles Mercantile Ca
KICKED BY HORSE
LITTLE BUNK TUTTLE HURT
His Jaw Is Broken In Two Places
Mrs. Susan Hicks Seriously 111
—Other Meadows Items.
Meadows, Dec. 14. Mrs.
Dicie Wall is very sick with
lagrippe this week.
Mrs. Susan Hicks had a stroke
of paralysis last week and is in
a critical condition now, but is
A little grandson of Mrs. R A.
Tuttle got horse-kicked on his
chin Sunday, breaking his jaw
bone in two places. It was set
in place by Dr. Neal, who thinks
he will soon be all right.
Mr. C. E. Neal has gone to
Winston to accept a position with
Rosenbacher until after Xmas.
Mrs. Ruamer Neal is still very
Miss Ruth Glidewell is on the
sick list with tonsilitis. Miss
Minnie Glidewell is helping
teach the schoo. Hartman.
Items and Hi sonata From Pinnacle.
Pinnacle, Dec. 13.—Rev. W.
H. Wilson*filled his regular ap
pointment at Shiloh Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Culler
left Wednesday for Abilene,
Texas, where they will spend a
year with their son Mr. W. L.
Mr. Ike Wall, of Rural Hall,
has recently moved to this place.
Mr. E. L. Smoak's nephew
and his bride have been spend
ing a few days with him.
Mr. E. L. Smoak and family
started for S. C. Monday where
they will spend Xmas.
Miss Emma Boyles spent Sun
day with Miss Margaret Joyce.
Miss Argie Cook spent Sun
day with Martha Slate.
Misses Dell and Lillie Davis,
I Flomie Cook and Mattie King,
j Mr. Mablen Joyce and Barger
I Spainhour visited at Mr. R. L.
j Hunter's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Watson
spent Sunday at Mr. Coleman
Miss Nina Culler went to
Winston Wednesday shopping.
Mr. Nute Watson went to Mt.
Messrs. Edwin' Carroll and
Gorrell Slate spent Saturday and
Sunday at their homes at King.
Miss Curtis Crouse spent a
few days in Mt Airy last week.
ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLES.
To many, winter is a season of
trouble. The frost bitten toes
and fingers, chapped hands and
lips, chilblains, cold sores, red
and rough skins, prove this. \ But
such troubles fly before Bncklen's
Arnica Salve. A trial convinces.
Greatest healer of Burns. Boils.
Piles, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and
Sprains. Only 25c at all Druggists
j To Whom It May Concern :
Notice is hereby given to all
persons concerned, that applica
tion will be made to the next ses
sion of the General Assembly of
North Carolina, for the passage
of an act amending the Charter
of the town of Walnut Cove,
Stokes County, N. C., by extend
ing the corporate limits thereof,
and also amending said Charter
in other respects.
This the 7th day of Dec., 1910,
J. WILL EAST.
A ~-*— J
Dr. R. A Fry. dentist, will be
located at Pilot Nov. 22 to De
R L. Cuttew t)ie jafotor.
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PASSEDLAST SUNDAY j
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REV. SOLOMON HELSABECK |
Deceased Was 89 Years Of Age —
Left a Will Ip Which He Gives !
Greensboro Female College SI2OO. i
Rev. H. S. Helsabeck, Method- '
ist minister of Rural Hall, who
had been sick for the past three 1
weeks from a complication of 1
diseases, died early Sunday I'
The reverend gentleman was : 1
89 years of age last March, and '
was much beloved by everyone i
in his community. He has aj'
number of nephews and nieces (
in the Rural Hall district, but ,
has no near relatives.
Mr. H#sabeck leff a will and 1
named Mr. J. S. D. Pulliam, of
King, as executor. 1
His estate is worth $3,000 or '
more and in the will he gives
Greensboro Female ' College
$1,200, dividing the remain-! 1
der between hi&niece, Miss V. S. (
Anderson, and the M. E. church,
South. The frill directs that the
latter be used in 'the missionary (
Died at the residence of Dr.
D. C. Dicks, near Gideon, Stokes
county, N.C., Dec. 8, 1910, Miss
Oliva Blackburn, aged 75 years.
She had lived with Dr. Dicks'
family since the death of her
half brother, W. H Flynt, many
years ago, and helped to care for
his children and grand-children,
to whom she was greatly devoted.
I The deceased was raised and ed
ucated tg her uncle, the late Col.
J. M. Covington and his mother,
but had resided with Dr. Dicks
since his marriage to her niece
to whom she was very much at
tached. She had been in declin
ing health a year or two. but not
past going around only a short i
time before she died of a heart |
■ trouble. Her death was sudden
and unexpected and was there
fore a great shock to the family,
i by whom she is greatly missed,
i The surviving brothers are
Columbus Blackburn of Walnut
> Cove ; Capt. Thos. J. Black
bum, of Mt. Airy, N. C.; Dr.
J. C. Blackburn, late of Giles
county, Va. and James M. Black
t burn, of Henry county, Mo. She
I leaves also a large circle of rela
tives hare . and elsewhere to
i mourn her death.
We hope she has entered into j
J. G. H. MITCHELL.
• j The Mt. Airy News and Wins
ijton Sentinel are requested toi
II copy. ______ _
: j There is more Catarrh in this
1 1 section of the country than all
other diseases put together, and
until the last few years was sup-
I posed to be incurable. For a!
1 great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease and
rcribed local remedies, and 1
constantly failing to cure!
with local treatment, pronounced j
in incurable. Science has pro-i
I ven catarrh to be a constitution- j
. al disease and therefore requires >
constitutional treatment. Hall's j
• Catarrh Cure, manufactured by i
F. J. Chene;- & Co., Toledo, Ohio, j
is the only constitutional cure
' on the market. It is taken inter
nally in doses from 10 drops to a:
. teaspoon ful. It acts directly on
the blood and rpucous surfaces of;
the system. They offer one hun-j
dred dollars for any case it fails j
to cure. Send for circulars and
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists. 75e. i
> Take Hall's Family Pills for;
Christmas presents. Boyles
. Mercantile Cs.
.Horn* made shoe#. Boylse
j'ViSS.A* : •
NEWS OF BRIM GROVE.
Preparations for Christmas-People j
Busy Killing Hogs and Getting i]
in Wood Personals
Brim Grove, Dec. 12. —The j i
farmers of this section are mak- i
ing preparations for Xmas by j 1
killinjfhogs and getting in wood.:
Re'\ Sam F. Martin, of Wins-
ton, filled his regular appoint- t
ment at Brim Saturday and Sun- i
day. There was a large attend- j
ence, on Sunday especially. He j j
preached a fine sermon, and all
enjoyed it fine. j
Mr. J. P. Covington was the j
last in the neighborhood to shuck j
corn; he made about 35 barrels.
Mr. J. A. Covington went to
Winston last week on a business (
Messrs. Dock and Sam Boyles t
spent Sundav at Mr. J. H. Bui- £
Misses Daisy and Maggie Bui
liogton, of Pilot Mt., Route 1, j
attended church at Brim Sun
Messrs. Chas. Boyles and £
Malon Gordon spent Sunday ev- j
ening at T. M. Lawson.
Mr. Elija Sams spent Sunday ,
at Mr. A. J. Hall's. j
Mr. Roy McDaniel spent Sun-
day at Mr. R. A. Boaze's.
Mr. N. I. Boyles left Sunday
for King, Route, 2 to spend j
Xmas with his parents.
Mr. Dallas Gordon is preparing;
to build himself a house: he is I
hauling lumber. i
Mr. Lee Essick spent Sunday j r
at Mr. John McMellon's. ',
The school at Brim is progress- J
ing nicely under the manage- (
ment of Misses Daisy Dearmin
and Isabel Joyce. The school i
will close for Xmas Dec. 23.
BAD BOY. j
GANN'S NEWS. ]
Sunday School Organized At Old j
Mt. Hermon T. J. Gann It Co.'s (
New Grist Mill Starts.
Gann's, December 12 *As it j
stays cold and tobacco stays dry,'
it is bidding for a dull Xmas.
Mr. J. R. Johnson killed two!
fine porkers a few days ago -
500 and 466 pounds respectively.
Mr. J. R. Johnfon's daughter,
who was married about two
months ago and lives at Bassett's
Va., is visiting at her father's at
present. ■, .
Mrs. A. H. Martin is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Luke
Hawkins, of Galax.
I There was a Sunday School or- i
j ganized at Old Mt. Hermon yes
j terday, with the following offi
cers. etc.: T. J. Gann, Supt.;
; Jesse Powers, Secretary-Treas.;
| Allie Gann, Assistant Secretary
iTreas.; T. J. Gann, teacher Class
! No. 1, with E. C. and R. L.
Gann, H. F. Vernon, Peter Hen
nis and J. A. Wall. Mrs. A.
Martin, teacher of Class No. 2,
I with Byron, Allie, Mabel and
' Clement Gann and Edgar Dug
gins. Miss Lizzie Sharp, teacher
1 Class No. 3, with Cy and Byron
! Vernon, Willie Hennis, Lottie
j and Loyd Wall. Maude and Helen
T. J. Gann & Co. will start I
! their new grist mill in a few
i Gann public school is progress
ing nicely under the manage
: ment of Miss Lizzie Sharp,
j Messrs. J. T. Vernon and G.
| W. Shaffer have swapped horses
| lately, and each have nice young
1 horses . CITIZEN.
Blanks For Sale.
j Blank Land Deeds 25c. dozen,
; Deeds in Trust 25c. dozen. Chat
tel Mortgages oc. dozen, Land
Pesters oc. dozen. Postage
paid by us. Addrees
1 DANBUEY. N. C.
•' v •: ••-'•4 • '
feO WALNUT COVE
LAND MARKET VERY BRISK
Much Dealing In Town Lots—Vir
ginia Company To Build Furni
ture Factory—Other Items-
Walnut Cove, Dec. 13. Mr.
Cabell Hairston and family left,
today for Florida, where they
will spend the winter.
Mr. Will East has sold his
home in the upper end of town
to Mr. Walter Boyles, one of the
Route men. and has moved back
in town. He will build a nice
hom>. here in the spring.
The brick work on the dry
prizery has been completed and
the roofing is being put on.
Mr. Wesley Dodson has com
menced to move into his new
store in the hotel building.
Several land deals are on here
now. Hope we can tell more
There is one ten-year-old boy
in town who says that if he gets
a Bible for a Christmas present
he will be satisfied.
Mr. John H. Fagg stopped in
town Sunday on his way home
from Greensboro. He said he
expected to go to see his best
girl just as soon as he got home.
Mr. Will Stephens will move
herewith his family in a few
days. We welcome them to our
The brick yard will close down'
Saturday until after the holidays.
They will begin again first of the
year. It is their intention to
make considerable improvement
on their plant the coming year,
enlarging the plant and building
There is a company from
Virginia, going to bulid a fur
niture factory here soon.
Mr. Harry Davis will build
a nice house on Summit avenue
I early in the spring.
Mr. Robert Martin, from
| Campbell, is in town with the
I nicest load of vine apples that
jhave been offered here this
Buying, selling and trading
lots and land seem to be the
craze here. Hardly a day but
what a trade is made.
All seem to be greatly inter
ested in the big lot sale here
tomorrow and next day.
Uncle Jacob has been very
low. but is better.
Pilot Mtn. Route 2, Dec. 12.
Will you allow us a little space
in your valuable paper.
Mr. Dock Bennett and Miss
Ada Beck wree hapily married
last Saturday. Those who were
present were Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Bennett, Misses Daisy, Nannie
and Sallie Collins, Messrs.
Arthur and Lee Coin, Joel Jes
sup, Jada Collins, Henry Pell,
James Morefield, G. W. Collins,
and R. A. Hunter.
TWO BIG OWLS.
j When you have a cold get a
i bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
| Remedy. It will soon fix you
]up all right and will ward off
I any tendency toward pneumonia,
i This remedy contains no opium
or other narcotic and may be
given as confidently to a baby
as to an adult Sold by all
! The person who recently sent
the Reporter an order for pott
cards and failed to sign any
name to the letter can get money
or cards by furnishing us hk or