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HO ALUM; HO LIME PHOSPHATE
Many Attractive N iHins; Girls
and Bows Have Been In
The school hero taught by
Prof. .J T. Smith for the benefit
of the public school teachers of
the county closed Saturday. A
large number of bright anil good
looking young ladies and young
men of the county have been in
attendance and Dan bury has
been on a boom for the last
month. Those who attended are
Miss Pearl Wall, of Rural Hall.
Miss Myrtice Simmons, of
Miss Sadie Pringle, of Lawson
Miss Mary Pringle, of Lawson
Miss Hattie Ferguson, of Wins- j
Miss Letha Hall, of Mizpah.
Miss Bernice Alley, of (rer-i
Miss Minnie Roberts, of Dill- i
Miss Trade Simmons, of Pilot
Miss Gladys Lackey, of Camp
Miss Bessie Moore, of Camp
0 Announcement to the Trade:
X the J
S FARMERS' SUPPLY STORE •
H Walnut Cove, N. C., ®
has bought the entire stock of General Merchandise J
© formerly owned and conducted by J. E. James and will w
continue the business at the same stand, where you
are invited to call and examine their stock of
# General Merchandise. #
J FARMERS SUPPLIES A •
We are now buying large quantities of Supplies and all kinds of
General Merchandise, at prices that enable us to please you and
2 SAVE YOU MONEY. X
# oi General #
Mr. Fletcher Hawkins remains with the new firm, where he will
be glad to see and please his many old customers, as well as make
Remember the place--J. E. James stand, Walnut Cove, N. C.
JC. M. JONES, Manager. •
Miss Berchie Dunlap, of
s Miss Delia Stewart, of Dan
Miss Chattie Lasley. of Walnut
M iss Sarah Smith, of Meadows.
' Miss Murphy Lovell, of Wal
-1 nut Cove Route 1.
1 Miss Annie Martin, of Madison
' Miss Maude Smith, of Fran
Miss Ktta Smith, of Francisco.
' j Miss Ida Lee Wall, of Madison.
Miss Lelah Boyles, of Walnut
; Miss Delia Boyles. of Walnut
Miss Obeira Moore, of Camp-!
Miss Irene Allen, of Walnut
| Miss Hester Wall, of Madison, j
Miss Wilmeta Smith, of King,
j Miss Effie Gentry, of King.
Miss Harriett Ross, of Walnut 1
' Cove Route 1.
! Mr. Jesse Beasley, of Francis- i
| Mr. A. S Francis, of Francisco, j
Mr. -loe Blackwell, of Pine!
Mr. C. B. Boyles, of Westfield-1
Mr. (i. R. Leak, of Campbell. |
Dynamite Boyles Mercantile '
THE DANBURY REPORTER
lews Items and Per
-- SOMIS From Pine Hall
'J " f'r "" j
| j'. Pine Hf.ll, June 2.— People are
fight bnsyi; planting tobacco
through this section now.
Mrs. E. P. Cahilland children,
of Madison, are visiting her
• parents here.
i - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Creak
man, of North Fork, W. Va., i
were the guests of Mrs. G. M.
Creakman last week.
Miss -lulian Hairston was car
ried to the hospital last week for
an operation. We wish for her
1 , a speedy recovery.
Mr. G. M. Creakman made a
business trip to Thomasville last
Mrs. C. H. Powell, of Stokes- 1
dale, is visiting her parents here
Miss Marie Smith and Mr. ;
Arthur Nichols, of Madison, ;
spent last Friday with Miss Effie '
Miss Hallie Creakman, of
Thomasville. is the guest of Mrs. I
G. M. Creakman this week.
Miss Lula Paris went to Madi-1
son shopping last week.
Mr. Hedge (Jibson got his
linger broken last week, but he
is getting on very nicely.
Miss Annie Martin, of Madi
: son, is the guest of Mrs. J. L.
Miss Alice McCrocrie, of
J Stokesdale, visited her sister,
I Mrs. J. S. Gant, here last week.
Mr. Jim Dalton has been right
! sick, but he is getting on very
! nicely now
Miss Sallie Dalton, of Madi
json, is visiting Mrs. Jim Dalton.
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! young folks, but it must be safe
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I New Life Pills are especially
j good for the aged, for the act
; promptly and easily. Price 25c.
! Recommended by all druggists.
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M ItS. FRANK ANDRRSON,
Comfrey, Minn |
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