B! SEASON JET;
Piedmont Springs Hotel
Entertaining Many . i
GXS LIGHTS PUT IN *
Plnns Inder Way Kor Minstrel J
Slow Scon —liuests Continue
Piedmont Springs. July 19. j
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hill, of
Winston-Salem, accompanied by ,
Misses Elizabeth Hill and Louise j
Horton, of the same place,
arrived here todav to spend
some time, coming over in Mr.
Mrs. Lawrence Mcßae, ac
companied by her mother,
arrived here from Winston-Sa
lem yesterday, to spend a
Mayor Francis Womack, of
Reidsville, is among the guests
Dr. and Mrs. R 0. Apple and
children came up Wednesday.
Dr. Apple returned home Thurs
day, leaving his wife and
children here for the month.
Mrs. C. P. Wall and Mrs. S.
H. Marshall, accompanied by
their children, came over from
Spray today, to spend some
John Coleman, of Winston-
Salem, accompanied by his two
daughters, are among the late
Ashton Mill, Decoy Joyce,
George Whitaker and W. C.
Smith are among the young men
who arrived here this week to
spend two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Trotter,
and Mr. L. V. Butner, of Greens
boro, arrived here Thursday,
coming all the way from Greens
boro in their handsome car.
Quite a number of the Greens
boro people have had reservations
of rooms made for them here.
Misses Mary Ruffin and Etta
McCauley arrived here Wednes
day from Mayodan, to spend
Paul Davis, Roy Vaughn.
Clarence Davis, P. M. Linville
and John Bailey, Jr.. of Walnut
Cove, attended the dance here
Thursday night, coming over in
a machine and returning the
D. R. Parker and W. C. Idol,
of High Point, registered here
yesterday and will spend some
Hardin Hairston, of Virginia,
and J. H. Carter, of Fine Hall,
arrived here today.
James A. Gray, Sr., of
Winston-Salem, are among the
pleasant guests spending some
A. H. Galloway and family, of
Winston-Salem, are among the
families who are occupying
cottages here. They expect to
remain until August 1. Mr.
Gallowav is the popular manager
of the Zinzendorf hotel of his
Miss Annie Grogan. of Wins
ton-Salem, who is visiting in
Dan bury, spent Thursday here
Plumbers have just completed
installing an up-to-date lighting
system in the hotel here, which
is receiving the compliments of
Plans are under way for a 1
minstrel show here within the
next few days. The affair will
be under the supervision of Dr.
George Brittain, of Reidsville, |
and the guests will furnish the
talent. The occasion bids fair
to be interesting in the extreme.
An examination of the old
registers shows that this resort
is now enjoying the most success
ful season in its history. Nearly
200 more people have registered
j here than had registered at this j
' date one year ago. The writer
is authoratively informed that
more reservations are being
made for August than ever be
fore so far as is known and the
big crowd now here will likely
Meadows. July 23.
Misses Jessie and Carrie Ful
ton, of Greensboro, are visiting
relatives at Meadows.
Mrs. Sallie Matthews, who has
been quite ill for a few weeks, is
Mrs. Fannie Morofield spent a
short while at Piedmont Springs
Mrs. Rosa Covington, of
Winston, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. W. P. Sands. She will
spend a few weeds before re
turning to Winston.
Mr. Robert Neal. who holds a
position in Winston, paid a visit
to his parents Mr. and Jim Neal,
i here Sunday.
i An infant was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Maston Mabe last week.
Mr. Mabs has a nice residence
. nearly completed.
Mrs. R. L. Murphy, of Walnut
. Cove, and Miss Harriet Ross, of
Locust Hill, were the gutsts of
. Mrs. J. W. Neal Friday,
i Miss Minnie Glidewell, ac
companied by her brother, Fred,
i went to High Point Saturday
.jto attend the burial of a
1 1 relative.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Neal spent
: Saturday at Walnut Cove.
, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Blair
t visited relatives in this com
> munity week. Mr. Blair is
[ working on the new school house
, at Meadows.
Misses Carrie and Jessie Ful
> ton, of Greensboro, are visiting
> Mrs. J. M. Neal at Meadows.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
. sense of smell and completely
1 derange the whole system when
} entering it through the mucous
> surfaces. Such articles should
i never be used except on pre
scriptions from reputable physic
f ians, as the damage they will do
is ten fold to the good you can
J possibly derive from them. Hall's
: Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
j F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0.,
contains no mercurv. and is taken
• internally, acting directly upon
r the blood and mucous surfaces of
i the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally
. and* made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J- Cheney & Co. Testi
-1 monials free
; Sold by druggists. Price 75c.
, per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
DANBURY, N. C., JULY 23, 1913.
BIRTHDAY DINNER I
Given in Honor of Mrs.
Marsh Who Is 77 Years
BITTEN BY A SNAKE
But Old not Have Any Bffect —
Other News of King Ro'ite 2. '
King Koute 2, July 21.—There
was a surprise birthday dinner
at Mr. Sid Marsh's July 15, in
honor of his mother, who was 77
years of age, and when the good j
people of the surrounding coun- ,
try arrived at Mr. Marsh's at •
11:30 a. m. in their nice vehicles
with well filled baskets. Mrs (
Marsh had not thought of this
being her birthday until these
two hundred people begin to
shake hands with her. Pretty
soon there was a table built 60
feet long in the nice grassy yard
under the beautiful shade trees
and it was well filled with nice
eatables. Thanks were offered
by Miss Elizie Edwards. Re
freshments were sold by Mr. S.
Mr. Ed King, son of Mr. Billie
King, who has been in California
for five years, returned home
The people of this section are
threshing wheat. Mr. Gaston
Gentry made 361 bushels.
Mr. Burgess Boles, who was
badly bee stung a few weeks ago,
got bit twice by a big snake last
Saturday at the wheat threshing.
It didn't even make him sick nor
swell him. We think he is petri
A large crowd attended church
, I last Sunday at 11 o'clock at Mt.
j Olive. , .
Mr. Rush Warner, of Winston
i j Salem, who is visiting Mr. T. W,
.'Gentry, spent Sunday night with
I Mr. Ira Smith.
Capella, July 22.—A protracted
; meeting is in progress at the
: Christian church here now. It is
• ■being conducted by Rev. Mr.
. I Foster. Large crowds attend
i 'each service and we think much
.'good will be the result-of this
' great meeting. Rev. Foster is a
! strong preacher and we think
. everybody should come out to
f ; hear him. The meeting will
continue until Sunday if not
Mr. Len Johnson, of Capella,
| is visiting at Winston this week.
( Hope he will have a nice
, Mr. Alex Slawter, of Pinnacle
i Route 2. called on Miss Lethia
i When you have a bad cold you
iwant a remedy that will not
not only give relief, but effect a
prompt and permanent cure,
a remedy that is pleasant to
take, a remedy that contains
nothing injurious. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy
meets all these requirements.
It acts on nature's plan,
relieves the lungs, aids expect
toration, opens the secretions
and restores the system to a
healthy condition. This remedy
has a world wide sale and use.
and can always be depended
upon. Sold by all dealers.
Great Destruction To Crops I
In Quaker Gap and
Peter's Creek Town
SCOPE OF THE STORM 1
Was Widespread, Reaching From ■
Point Near Pilot Mountain '
to Sandy Ridge—List of
A fierce Jiail storm wrought ,
great damage to crops in Stokes
county last Saturday. Tobacco
and corn were seriously hurt,
many crops being completely
destroyed. Fruit trees were al
so seriously injured in some
neighborhoods. The scope of
the storm was widespread reach
ing from a point near Pilot
Mountain to the neighborhood
of Sandy Ridge. The most
violent effects occurred near
Lawsonville, in Peter's Creek
township. Among the farmers
who suffered most are the fol
lowing : John H. Lawson, Aug
mon Nelson, Gilmer Watkins,
Jas. Hooker, Henry Stovall,
John Sands, Buck Sands, Mrs. i
Alice J. Watkins.
The storm was more or less
violent in many other sections
of the county. Around Walnut
Cove some damage is reported.
This season has been unusually
productive of storms, in which
heavy rains, lightning and wind
have vied with each other
1 Walnut Cove is a growing
town. Mr. Jacob Fulton is
erecting him a nice new resi
" dence on Summit Avenue and
also Mr. Dick Fulton is erecting
1 ' a nice residence on the same
' street. These two nice residences
1 will add much to the appearance
of the town.
Walnut Cove has grown con
siderably for the last year or
I two, and at the present rate
} the town will soon be a large
3 city This year Walnut Cove
has added several new business
I enterprises to her town. Among
1 them are The Farmers' I'nion
s | Bank, Stewart-Jones Clothing
i Company, an automobile garage,
i in which Mr. T. J. Covington is
> manager, and several other
t Messrs. W. G. Dodson, Paul
j Davis, Roy Vaughn, O. N.
• Petree composed an auto party
■ from Walnut Cove to Piedmont
i Springs last night.
Miss Dora Deshazo, of Ridge
way. is the guest of Mrs. Bettie
1 Martin at Piedmont.
Mr. W. p. Hill and family, of
1 Winston-Salem, are spending
several weeks at Piedmont
There are about 100 to 125
[guests in the hotel at Piedmont,
and as many or more in the
Mr. James A. Gray, sr., has
been spending some days at the
Mr. John Coleman, a leading
Carolina tobacconist, of Winston,
lis spending some time at
Piedmont with his young |
Mr. W. E. Hartman, of Wins
ton-Salem, is visiting his mother
Mrs. R. L. Hartman on Route 1 I
A horse belonging to Messrs. '
Davis & Linville ran away Tues
day evening. The horse was I
young and the driver, John
Hairston. was trying to break it
and had it hitched to a cart and
just as he started across the
Walnut Cove bridge the horse
became frightened and ran
across the bridge, tearing the
the cart and harness into pieces,
and the horse was caught about ]
3 miles west of town. The (
horse was very badly bruised (
up. The driver escaped without ]
Mr. Bud Mabe Hurt. .
The news reaches the Repor
ter office by telephone that Mr.
Bud Mabe, of Vade Mecum, was
very badly hurt Friday evening
of last week. While Mr. Mabe
was at work on the Vade Mecum (
hotel a piece of plank 6x12 fell
from the second story of the
j building, striking him in the
j forehead just above the eye,
knocking him unconscious. His
j injury was thought to be fatal
at first but Dr. Morefield was
summoned and found that there
was a chance for recovery. Mr.
Mabe is getting along nicely
Peter's Creek, Va.
Peter's Creek, Va., July 23.
; Mr. Tom Bouldin, who has been ,
i suffering for some time with
. tuberculosis, is no better, we
I are sorry to say.
r Mr. Alvis Smith, who has
; | been in the west for some time,
3 is visiting his parents, Mr and
; Mrs J A. Smith. We are glad
to have Mr. Smith back with us
r; Mr. Sowers, who has been in
) i the hospital at Stuart, Va., for
j j some weeks, is back at home
? I again, we are glad to say.
5 Mr. Tom Frans called to see
flMiss Annie Hill Sunnay and
i also Mr Posy Collins called to
fjsee Miss Lillie Leak Sunday p
s Several of the Peter's Creek
r'boyj and girls are expecting
to attend the Old Soldiers re-
II union at Danbury, Saturday.
i Mrs. J. Spot Taylor and
daughters, Misses Mary and
Grace, spent Tuesday evening
with friends at Piedmont Springs,
' Miss Mary remaining overnight
, and returning today.
:j Mr. J. M. Neal, of Meadows,
t j was in town today.
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Sreparations Being Made to
Entertain the Ex-Con
federates at Danbury
PROGRAM OF THE DAY
Includes a Tournament, a Gander-
Pulling, Baseball Games,
Etc Speaker to Be
Secured —Friends of
Old Soldiers Ex
pected to Pro
Col. >J. H. Stuart, Walter tt.
Petree and others are arranging
a program for the entertainment
of the ex-Confederates,who will
hold their annual reunion at Dan
bury on August 2.
Among the numbers on the
program, the Reporter is inform
ed will be a tournament in which
a large number of gaily-be
decked horseback riders will
contest for the honor of crown
ing the fairest young lady pres
ent queen of the festivities.
This sport is a relic of medieval
times, when Knights fought for
the honor of crowning their
lady-loves queens of beauty. It
is very exciting and interesting.
Rings suspended on a cross-bar
over the track will be imapled
on the lances of the contestants
while riding full speed. Every
gallant young man of the county
is invited to enter the lists.
Another sport, likewise a
memento of the dark ages, will
be a gander-pulling. A gandtr
or goose suspended head-down
ward, with its feathers greased,"
must be unheaded by the rider.
Appropriate prizes will be of
fered for the most skillful.
j Danbury will play a series of
j! games of ball while in the after
. i noon Mt. Hermon and Danbury
j | will lock horns.
Other amusements and sports
( are contemplated.
It is expected that all friends
s ; of the old Soldiers will provide
an ample supply of good things
j I A speaker of wide reputation
3 will probably be secured to make
j the address.
: A spectacular feature of the
I day's excitements will be the
riding of a wild young bull by
Mr. -las. Flinchum of Piedmont
Springs. This number on the
[program is sure to attract a
j great number of people who love
) j the grotesque and the shocking,
j|Jas. Flinchum, who will attempt
11 the daring feat, is a son of Wm.
A Protracted Meeting.
, A protracted meeting will
. i begin at Dan River church the
second Sunday in August. Rev.
I Mr. Irvin will conduct the meet
' ings and will be assisted by a
3 j prominent pastor of Greensboro
1 1 whose name the writer failed
f to learn. Mr. Irvin is a strong
, preacher and everybody ought
- to go out to hear him.
News is received here by
. telephone that Mr. Fred Chris
i tian, of Westfield, who was
r operated on by Dr. Lawrence,
i. of Winston-Salem, for appendi
citis, is getting alony nicely.