August Will Probably Be
The Leader in Points of
EXPECTED THIS WEEK
Large Number From Martinsville,
Greensboro, Reidsville, Sa
vannah and Other
Piedmont Springs, July 30
Among the many special amuse
ments to be ensraged in by the
guests at this resort was a
minstrel show in the ball room
here on Friday night, in which
many of the prominent and
popular young people of the
state were guests and
took part Dr. George Brittain,
who is by the way especially
fitted for this king'of work, had
charge of the show, and
this fact alone gives assurance
that the occasion was a very
interesting one. To give the
reader some idea of the nature
of the show we quote from one
of the bills posted here, as fol
lows : "The greatest showj
since George Wallace crossed
the great Sauratown mountain. •
We have spent untold fortunes'
in securing the following all star
cast : Jimimoni Hillini, (Jim
Hill), Heinrichi Poindexterburg,
(Natt Poindexter), Francisco
Womackus (Francis Womack).
Caruso Follinsan (Eleanor Fol
lin), Ashtonini Hillinoni (Ashton
Hill). Carolina Macrayamb
(Caroline Mcßae), Elizabethi
Colemanissky (Elizabeth Cole
man), and others." The curtain
will rise promptly at 8 o'clock
and a large sale of seats and
more fun is expected
Mrs, R T. Stedman, of Wins
ton, accompanied by her sisters,
Misses Mollie and Alice Hill, of
Germanton, have arrived
to join the family of Will P.
Hill, of Winston, who are spend
ing some time here
Miss Elizabeth Christian, of
Lyons. N. Y., and Tom Moir
and Miss Elizabeth Crews, of
Walkertowd, came in Tuesday
to spend two weeks.
Messrs. Norman Stockton,
Henrv Shelton, Agnew Bahnson
and Murphy McNair, of Wins
ton. came up Saturday, to spend ;
the week end.
James A. Gray, Sr., of Wins
ton, has returned home after
spending ten days here-
An automobile party of young
men from Walnut Cove attended
the dance here Thursday night
In the party were Messrs. A.
W: Davis, 0. N. Petree, Roy
Vaughn, John Bailey, Ben Ca-
Hill, and W. C. Dodson. The
latter remained to spend some
Misses Jessie Trogdon, of
Greensboro, Helen Crews and
Richie McCrow, of Danville, ac
companied by Dr. Moore, of
Greensboro, and A. K. Moore,
of Wilmington, were among the
guests here Thursday.
C. W. Whittemore and wife,
of Reidsville, and W. J. Martin
and wife, of Memphis, Tenn,
. registered here Friday,
WAREHOUSE FOR COVEj
Company Formed Last Night
With Capital of SB,OOO.
E. J. DAVIS, MANAGER.
Work to Be Started At Once On
Building —To Open For Busi
ness By September I.
Walnut Cove is to have a tobac
co market. A telephone mes
sage to the Reporter today an
nounced that a company was
formed in that place last night,
with a capital of SB,OOO, for the
building of a warehouse, to
for business by September 1.
Mr. E. J. Davis, of Martinsville,
Va, will hare charge of the
management of the warehouse.
Work will begin at once on the
building, which will be centrally
located. The Reporter's inform
ant stated that practically all of
the business men of Walnut Cove
are behind the movement.
Notice to Snow Cteek
You are hereby notified to meet
the supervisor of the public roads
at John Hutcherson's shop
at Sandy Ridge, Aug. 30, at 1
o'clock and report the condition
of your road. Please don't come
and expect to give up your order
if your roads are not in good
condition- We will not accept
any crder unless your road is in :
condition Now if it is not
that way, get it so that is the j
only way we have of working
the roads in this township and
we certainly don't want our
roads worse than every one
This 20 day of July 1913
0. D SMITH. Chm.
W. E. WILLIS. Sec. j
Hill, the little son of Mr and;
Mrs. Billy Flinchum, fell from'
the Buck Island bridge last |
Sunday and was hurt very badly, i
He is getting along very nicely
Among those who have re
served rooms at the hotel here
for the coming week are: Miss
Fertrude Frazier and party of
; ten from Greensboro, A. R.
Perkins and family, of Greens
boro, Mr. Salsman and daughter,
Miss Sallie, of Reidsville, (ieorge
Ricker and family, of Sumpter,
iS. C., R. M. Taylor and family,
with friends, of Greensboro,
Miss M. A. Libey and sister, of
Savannah, Ga., George W. Tide
man and party of ten people
from Savannah, Ga, J. R. Greg
ory and party of eight from
Martinsville, Va., all of whom
will the next few
days as well as a number of
others. The month of August
bids fair to be this hotel's big
Misses Elizabeth Merrimon
and Gertrude Frazier, of Greens
boro. * arrived at Piedmont to
day to spend two weeks.
Mr. Robt. Critz, Jr., of Wins
ton, came up today to spend
some time. •
DANBURY, N. C., JULY 30, 1913.
Announcement From Commander
W. W. King—Col. J. H. Stewart
To Serve Coffee=-Tournament Ar
ranged, Ball Games, Bull Riding,
Stokes County Camp of Con
federate Veterans, No. 1744,
will meet in the Court House, on
Saturday, the 2nd of August,
1913, at eleven o'clock a m.
First. Roll call
Second. Election of officers.
I am sorry to sav that on
account of my failed health, I
cannot serve you any longer as
your commander, though I hope
to be with you at your meetings,
and trust you will take interest,
and keep up the organization.
Third- Annual dues are pay- j
able on that day.
Fourth. After the business of
the meeting is over you will then
form in front of the Court House,
with the flag near the maple
tree, and march to the grove at
the church. There to enjoy
such entertainment as may be
prepared for you, and then be
Mr. G. F. Daniel will receive
dues. The procession will be j
under command of First Lieuten-1
ant J. J. Martin.
WALTER W. KING,
Col. J. H. Stewart requests J
the Reporter to announce that;
he will serve to each Old Soldier j
| one pint of good coffee at the
] dinner table here Saturday.
This will add much to the en
iA Minstrel Show To Be
! Given Friday Night
I Rastus Blink's Minstrels will be
: presented at the Star Theatre in
j Danbury, Fridav night, August
1, at eisrht-thirty o'clock, by
local talent, under the direction
of J. Irving Bolt, of New York|
City, for the benefit of the organ j
fund. The minstrel is full of;
jolly songs and jokes, and is a j
scream from start to finish, j
Robert Joyce as Uncle Rastus is
the Interlocutor, Maysor. Young!
as Sambo Brown, Wallace Joyce j
as Pete Jones are the "Bones" I
while Paul Taylor as Bill Bailey
and Roy Young as Jack Johnson
are the "Tambos," and the fol
lowing young ladies are in the
circle: Grace Taylor as Miranda
Appleblossom, Raynor Joyce as
Sally Peachblossom, Agnes Mar
tin as Liza Cherryblossom and
Luna Taylor as Lucinda Orange
j Come one, come all and help
j swell the organ fund,
j Admission ten cents.
Mr John A. Burton, of Wal
nnt Cove, is putting on a special
sale in shirts, which will be in
teresting to all who are in need
, of these goods. Big lot of sl-00
shirts, offered at only 50 cents
each See change of ad in this
joyment of the dinner to the!
The tournament is being ar
ranged now. The boys have
put up the post and will practice
riding this afternoon.
At 1:30 o'clock the old time
gander pulling will come off.
This will be one of the most in
teresting features of the day.
The gander or goose will be
hung up head-downward with
its feathers greased and the
one riding bv at full speed and
unheading it will be awarded the
At 2 o'clock the wild bull
ride takes place in front of Mr.
N. 0. Petree's residence in the
street. Mr. James Flinchum
will mount a wild bull with two
big spurs and ride him until he
is thoroughly broke to riding.
This bull is a fearful looking one
and no one has ever been able
to ride him.
| In the forenoon Rosebud and
I Danbury will play a series of
i games of ball while in the after
jnoon Mt. Hermon and Danbury
I will lock horns. These ball
j teams are counted to be good!
| good players and the games will 1
i no doubt be very interesting.
One of the largest crowds is
expected to be in Danbury Satur
day that has ever been before.
! Danbury to Have
The Farmers' Union Bank and
Trust Company of Walnut Cove
has bought the Joyce corner lot
south of the postoffice here on
j which it is learned they will at
I an early clay build a branch bank,
i The stockholders of the Walnut
'Cove Union Bank held a meeting
i last Saturday at which this action
' was taken.
j.' ■ Notice.
King. July 28
, To whom it may concern :
The people who have relatives
and friends that are buried at
i the old Mt. Olive grave yard are
• requested to meet and clean off
' said grave yard on Friday before
;the second Sunday in AugUßt at
•one o'clock p. m. Please don't
I forget the time and place, and
i let's all meet at that time and
j show that we have respect for
the loved ones that are buried
W. H. BOYLES.
Mr. Wiley Mabe, of Route 1,
was here today. Mr. Mabe re
ports his corn crop the best he
ever had, and tobacco about an
GERMANTON LETTER I
Brother of Luther McKenzie J-
Meets Death On Train
Yard in Spartanburg.
| PERSONAL ITEMS
Social Matters of Uermanton
Briefly But Entertainingly s
Germanton, July 28.-Mr. L.
M. McKenzie left Saturday for
Spartanburg, S. C-, in response
to a telegram announcing the c
death of his brother, who was (
' killed on the train yards there
Saturday morning. His remains j
were brought here last night and
interred in the family burying
, ground at Red Bank. Mr.
McKenzie was a former citizen (
,of Germanton and had many
, friends here.
, Mrs. R. T. Beck is quite sick
| at present.
, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Crews J
from Moore's Springs spent to-
I day here.
Miss Addie Jones of Pinnacle
( is visiting her sister. Mrs. B. J.
} Mrs. Lena Sullivan and Mr. .
; Will Poindexter of Walkertown j
returned home yesterday after
, spending some time with Mrs. ,
, Sullivan's sister, Miss Carrie
j Dr. W. H. Bynum and little
|. daughter. Mary Preston, spent ,
last Thursday in Winston.
Mrs. S. C. Rierson of Walnut
j Cove and Mr. Nelius Leak ofj
j | Charlotte spent last week with I
II their sister, Mrs.L. M. McKenzie. 1
i Miss Margarett Mitchell whoi
s ! has been the guest of Miss'
I Mary Matthews for several days|
i left for Mt. Airy and White j
_ | Sulphur Springs last Wednes
I Mrs. Sam Styers and little;
. J son, Edward, of Baltimore, who
1 are spending some timr with
1 iMrs. Styers' father, Mr jj. J. j
e Styers, left tonight for a few;
t'days stay with her brother. Mr.'
n ! J. Styers of Winston,
t; Mr. Clifton Kurfees and sister,!
I Miss Irene, are visiting relatives j
t j in Mocksville.
a; Mr. J. C Small and daughters,
n ! of Spencer are with their father, !
I Dr. L. H. Hill
j Mr and Mrs H. S. Foy, Jr.!
j and family and Mrs. Jettie :
i Vaughn spent last week at I
! Wrightsville Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Willis and l
family from Roanoke, Va., left
s yesterday after a several days
t stay with their father, Mr. W. j
e i E Willis.
I j Mrs- J C. Carson and children j
e are visiting Mrs Caison's mother. ;
,t I Mrs. Jackson in Clinton.
II Mr. George Phoenix of Atlanta j
dis spending his vacation herej
d with his children, Miss Gertrude
r and Master George Phoenix. 1
d Mrs. J. E. Crews, Mr. Clewe
Crews and wife of Greensboro
attended the funeral of Mr. John
Misses Mollie and Alice Hill of
' this place and Mrs. R. T. Stead
man of Winston left for several
e weeks stay at Piedmont last
Mr. J. M. Hill returned yester-
PICNIC AUGUST 23
Annual County Meeting of
Stokes Farmers' Union
Fourth Saturday of
SPEAKERS, BAND, ETC.
State President Alexander ar.d
Editor Poe Will Probably Be
Mere —Band from Win
President R. L. Nunn, of the
Stokes County Farmers' Union,
calls up the Reporter from West
field to announce that August 23
has been fixed as the date for
the annual picnic of the county
Union, which will be held in the
usual place here. President H.
Q. Alexander, of the State Union,
and Editor Poe of the Progress
ive Farmer, have been invited
to be present and address V
people. A brass band from Win
ston-Salem will make music for
Danbury Route 1.
Danbury Route 1, July 28.
People are about done lay
ing by their crops in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mabe
visited at Mr. and Mrs. Matt
Mabe's Friday and Saturday.
There was an ice cream sup
per at Buck Island school house
Saturday night given by 0.
|M. Bennett and'Ciilmer Nelson,
i A large crowd attended and all
i reported a nice time
Among those who visited Miss
|Zettie Mabe Sunday were:
| Misses Minnie and Murphy
Fagg; Messrs. Jesse and And
j erson Bennett. Jesse Rogers,
i Lum and Monroe Fagg,
Among those who visited
Miss Bessie Bennett Sundav
Jwere: Misses Etta and Hester
Mabe, Murphy and Minnie Fagg,
Verda Bennett. Bessie Nelson
and Zettie Mabe; Messrs. Jesse
i Bennett, Henry, Charlie, and
' Johnnie Bowlin, Monroe and
: Lum Fagg, Alex Nelson, Jesse
| Rogers. Arthur Whitten, Edward
j Mabe and others.
Mr. Chester Taylor called on
: Miss Carrie Nelson Sunday
Mr. Bib Priddy called cn Miss
1 Sadie Nelson Saturday night.
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all makes, brand new machines,
!on easy monthly payment plan.
Get our proposition before buy
| ing or you will regret it, also
'bargains in used Motor Cycles
j Write us today. Enclose stamp
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' Lock Box No 11. Trenton, Mich.
WANTED-To sell a good
young Jersey milch cow.
, Danbury, N. C.
day from a few days stay at
Mr. Oscar Patterson of Cireens
-1 boro, Miss Cossie Sink, of Roan
oke, Va, Mr. E. Norman Haily,
Rural Hall, and Mr- Reese, of
Indiana, were among our visitors
1 Sunday and Mcnday.