N. L. CRANFORD & CO.
One Price Clothiers.
WINSTON-SALEM. - N. C.
Galvanized and Felt Roofing,
Cortright Shingles. Lewis'
White Lead and Oil. Sherwin-
Williams Paints, Oliver. Chat
tanooga and Lynchburg Plows.
Cane Mills. Galvanized Pans.
Grain Drills. Harrows, and
full line of Farming Tools.
Stoves. Ranges, Pipe, etc.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Excells in Purity of Tone and
Durability of Construction.
Write Department S.
R. J. BOWEN & BRO.
Winston-Sal m, N. C.
We carry a complete line of
Edison Phonographs and Re
cords. Write for catalogue of
Watch, Clock, Jew
All work guaranteed. 21 years
304 Liberty St., Winston-Salem.
Asbell Drug Store.
George L. Mack.
For Marble and tiranite Monuments
and Tombstones, Iron Fencing
and all kinds of Cemetery
work. call or write
The Mouut Airy
W. D HAYNES L CO.. Propr'a.
Mount Airy, N. C.
Levi W. Ftnuion. Arthur E. P»r*u»on
Ferguson & Ferguson
Office overThompHon'B Druse Htore
Phone 815, Winston-Salem, N. C.
Prompt attention to all busi
Movement Successful Because
Started by Farmers
Davidson county, N. C., has
an agricultural organization with
headquarters at the county seat
in Lexington. Local associations
have formed at every one of
20 ditfevent points in the county.
At Holly Grove is to be found
the real reason and the exciting
cause for the "better farming
tour" of the Davidson county
agricultural association with its
twice and sometimes thrice a day
speakings and daily corn shows,
held in storehouses, churches,
schoolhouses, old out-of-the-way
buildings, fraternity halls, opera
houses, and at cross roads under!
spreading oak trees says a writer
in Southern Farming.
In 1910 some half-dozen pro
gressive spirits formed them
selves into a union called the
Davidson county good roads and !
agricultural association. Was j
this organization formed to hold,
corn and thus boost the price?
No. the merchants were paying |
as much in Lexington a.« else-j
where. Was the price of cotton 1
too low, and was this association
formed to cut down the acreage?
No, the price of cotton had been
very satisfactory to most of
them. Was it formed to protest
against the low price of wheat, a
leading crop of this county? No,
wheat had been selling for more
than a dollar a bushel, which
most of them felt was nearly i
enough What, then, could have
actuated these men in the novel
The object of the association
was to arouse interest among the
farmers and create an incentive :
for growing more corn, wheat
and other food and feed products
per acre, and tl us take advan
tage of the most excellent mar
ket which had quietly, but surely
sprung up right at their own
So the movement was set on •
Dance All Day
At night Ice Cream and Moving Picture Show. Everybody come
and have a big time. See the electric lights.
Moore's Springs Mineral Water Company,
Moore's Springs, N. C.
When in Winston on Business or
Pleasure, Call at
If you are in need of anything
in the drug line. Always the
largest stock of drugs in
Winston to select from.
Also the greatest assort
ment of PERFUMES, TOIL
ES and bristle goods.
place to buy.
THE DAN BURY REPORTER
foot and the agitation began.
The first auxiliary association
was formed in Holly Grove town
ship. Perhaps the worst roads
in the county in 1910 were to be
found in that township. Now
1 1 they are the best. Some of the
I poorest land occurs here, but
I Holly rove township for 1911!
1 made the largest acre yield of j
jcorn made by any adult farmer
I in the State.
Walking to Gettysburg.
Gettysburg. June -3. Old'
soldiers of the South and North
| are daily wending their way into
| Gettysburg to attend the big
battle anniversary celebration
Among today's arrivals was!
lieutenant W. H. W right, of
Winchester. Virginia. who
walked the entire distance since
June 9. Many others are walk
ing their way here from all
In order to prevent discomfort
! from possible cold the War De
partment has purchased forty
The constant itching, burning,
redness, rash and disagreeable
effects of eczema, tetter salt
rheum, itch, piles and irritating
skin eruptions can be readily
cured and the skin made clear
and smooth with Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment Mr. J. C.
Eveland, of Bath. 111., says:
"I had eczema twenty-five years
and had tried everything. All
failed. When I found Dr. Hob
son's Eczema Ointment I found
a cure." This ointment is the
formula of a physician
and has been in use for years—
not an experiment That is why
we can guarantee it. All drug
gist or by mail. Price 50c.
Pfeitfer Chemical Co.. Philadel
■ phia and St. Louis.
Messrs. R. L. Nunn and Henry' Those who attended the dance!
Wright, of Westfield, passed at Piedmont Springs Saturday!
through town Monday morning night from Danbury were Messre.
enroute to Walnut Cove wheie J. (t. Morefield, Dr. \V. C. Slate,
they will install several tele- Frank Tilley, R. J. Chilton. John '
phones for the Big Creek Tele- i Taylor. Burnie Culler and W. :
phone Company. • R. Stewart.
OB* firMra (ompoal Pm will |?V r ■ , r
(irodurr l«mlf toau of Ibe Iml Iff " i"' - !
Hour Made Fertiliser per year. * >BLI ~a-■ ■ . i. .!■ " „
RED BEYB "»""»'»■» LYE ~ J!
vril! rot a pen of Compost in si* weeks. Allowing tho asnal time for cmlhorin* H 1
material, this mvcva that. four pcn« rcr yoar DIAJ be produced if you work M
it ritfht. 11. i Devil t is Nature's own formula. Is good for any soil |H |
RnprhcM tad r the crouaJ tho element i tb-t yonr crop takes out. |FI j
BLO DEVIL LYS is c*Kvially pren&rixl r>r "Comoost rotting. IT, i
WYRKI v ery iiuie. WT V)M/ ; ;at t« ils all a*xvst 'otr.po - maJr'.ag. writ*? IF I
- :- • • --rive.!, -F\ rour dealor to eecire the genuine Jl j
B» d Devil Pulverized Lvo :o you ?r '"LSi.M'.ivUi;/ bcgH operations. It i.« \
in xpensive tfcu* iL? c cannot be coasit* rr-!. •? •*' cuit i, lor. perrnn f-J
Case of 4 do:oa prepaid to :'t'-v*! • V»>«r dealer on I
get it for yo :• IT **.» *. > : . i •i t » .* ..o rt «i.ct\ ta. U
* WM. 9CKIZLD >!?-*. **. .L v
I THOMPSON'S NEW I
40 Kears in Business.
The same people in a New and more
convenient Drug Store. The
largest line of drugs and
medicine in the city.
Come to see us when
you come to
Thompson's Drug Store,
WINSTON-SALEM. N. C.
Harness, Lap Robes,
Smoak & McCreary
Winston-Salem, N. C.
There's a BULLDOG GasolineEr jine
A For Erary Farm Need—l yi to 12 H. P.
Ml for your Thraahlng Machine and Saw Mil] other* j
«Upad to Pumping. Savin*. Running Separator*, Chorea,
etc. The Bull Dog (a a atrong, compact engine which you
can ateJmJy raly upon or long, hard eervice.
Wrne today for complete, descriptive catalog, showing
daalgnaandaiieo(or every purpoae.
THE FAIRBANKS CO, BALTIMORE, MD.
TOUT BY THE MAIERS OF FAIRBANKS SCALES.
436 Liberty St.
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.
Edmunds, Jerome & Johnson
We have several farms near Winston for sale at a bargain. If you
would be interested we will take pleasure in showing: you.
T.V. Edmunds. W. G. Jerome. Ray Johnson.
Offices: New Bank Building, Winston, N. C. Phone 241.
rhe Great Jtrineptk. 'Pain Relieoer ,
for MAN and BEAST.
e Che (Bat Emergency Remedy for :
armers. Stock-raisers and Household \
se. Speedily relieves Spavins, Su'in
ey. •Harness Sores and Qalls, Shoe !
Itils, Strains and Lameness in Hones:
aked iJdder and Sore Teats in Cattle
od Ailments of Poultry.
SAFE AND SURE.
j Being made of oils it soak* down
traight to die bone, banishes pain
\ nd saves suffering. Only oil lini
; nents can soak through muscle and
issue. Alcohol liniments evaporate
1 >efore they can be absorbed by the
lesh besides they are dangerous
vhen used near a fire or lamp,
•lexican MuAang Liniment will not
I turn even though a lighted match
>e applied. Mexican MuAang Lin-
I ment is THE SAFE as well as the
COMMENDED BY A FARMER.
As long ago as I can remember I bare
known of Mnatang Liniment. I al
- Trayskeepitin my bouse and if any of my
amity get injured in any way, such ss
♦prains,cuts, bruises, and, in fact, in many
accidents that happen 1 always use Mus
tang Liniment. On iny horses and stock
I never think of using anything else—it is
"ar cheaper than doctors' bills. 1 com
nend it to all farmers; it will keep their
amilies and also their horses and stock
n condition. Very t-uly yours,
J NDREWS, farmer.
: REF LF^YM
* . tton on cmrm 7*9. Ham riremtakd
tundrtdt o/ thousand* of this famom Monet Prayer.
Curry Uvtr of harm* mmnts one.
LYON MFG. CO.,
1 Sooth Fifth St, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my life was saved anal gained
8" pounds through using
W. R. Patterson. Wellington, Tex.
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DIAMOND BBAND PILI.S, for twcntr-ill
years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Rellabla.
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