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Mr. J. H. Fulton Thown From
Horse and Collar
Bone Broken.
Being Held At Stokesburg
Church This Week — Niws
And Personal Items.
Walnut Cove, Oct. 17.—Mr. J.
H. Fulton had the misfortune
last Friday of being thrown
from his horse and breaking his
collar bone and receiving several
other slight bruises. We hope
he will soon be entirely well.
Rev. J. H. Brendall is conduct
ing annual revival services at
the Methodist church at Stokes
burg this week, and is having
good sermons and large
Mr. Gaither C. Davis and
wife, of Winston-Salem, were in
town last week as ,the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Davis.
Miss Claudia Tharpe went to
Winston-Salem Friday, returning
Monday morning.
!Miss Mary Martin, of Dan
ury, passed through town
aturdav enroute to Rose Bud
•here she will teach school this
Mr. H. H. Davis made a busi
ess trip to Richmond, Va.,
Dr. \V. C. Critz spent Sunday
ight and Monday in Winston-
• Several of the young people
from here went to Germanton
today to attend the marriage of
Mr. Charlie Joyce and Miss
Mary Matthews. Both brid
and groom have a host of friends
here who extend congratulations.
Mr. Sam Stewart is very much
improved after several days
Mr. Joe Franks, of Elon
College, 3psnt Saturday and Sun
day in town as the guest of Miss
Jettie Morefield.
Mr. Tom Petree, of Danbury,
spent the day Sunday in town.
Miss Flossie Crews and Vcrna
Davis spent the week end at
Pinnacle visiting relatives
Mr. Sam Heath, of Winston-
Salem, was in town Saturday.
Miss Stella Rierson spent the
day last Saturday in Winston-
Mr. and -Mrs Frank Tctree
spent the day Saturday at the
home of Mr. Petree's parents
near Germanton.
j Miss Jessie Vaughn went to
Fulp Monday to begin her school
work there.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Murphy
and children spent the day Satur
day at Winston.
Mr. Wyatt Vaughn left Mon
day for Winston-Salem, where
he is taking a business course at
the Carolina Business College.
Attorney Privette, of States
ville, was in town last week for
a few days as the guest of his
friend, Dr. Critz, at the Vaughn
Mr. Julius Young, of Winstcn-
Salem, was in town Sunday
KING, N. C, OCT. 21-22-23
The exhibits promise to be the best ever seen on our
grounds. Madame Zeuriah Moore makes a Balloon Ascen
sion and Death Daring Parachute Leap thousands of feet
in the air each day. Big Steer Races and Tournament
every day
For further particulars write to
L. K. PULLIAM, Sect.,
DANBURY, N. C.. OCTOBER 15, 1913.
Ms. C. H. Lunsford Has
Cured This Number and
Has More In Field.
j Very Little Wheat Being Sown
—Good Attendance in
Oak Grove, Oct- 13.—The
: public schools of Yadkin town
| ship opened Monday, 13th, and
the compulsory school law
brought out many children that
ought to have been out years
'ago. A lot of the people are
j growling at the teachers and
say they arc not competent. You
, cannot expect first class teachers
j with out a first class price. I'
the county commissioners would
I put out assessors who would
j value the property higher we
l would have more money, better
schools and goad roads. When
' a man prices his mule to you at
he gives it in at from SSO
to !?75, his land from §25 to
S2OO per acre and is mad
| because it i 3 valued at $7 an
acre. Let,s get out of this
; old rut and make t*m the garden
■ spot of the world.
The farmers of this section
:are about through cutting and
| curing tobacco with the excep-
J tion of Mr. C. H. Lunsford. Mr.
Lunsford has taken cafe of
I seventy-two barns and has
several more in the field. The
high priced tobacco is causing
the farmers to neglect their
wheat crops. They are strip
ping and hauling day and night.
We know of some farmers that
are not going to sow any wheat.
They v say that they can make
more stripping and selling their
tobacco and buy flour, which
we think is a great mistake. Try
jto make an all around crop from
the garden up.
The farmers are beginning to
gather their corn and they find
i a lot of it damaged. We think
lit was caused by the wet
Special Session Legis
lature tad Monday Sight.
The twenty-day special session
of the Legislature ended -Mon
day night, having been in
session the full time alloted.
During the twenty days 407 acts
and 14 resolutions were pa-scd.
most of them bearing on Ural
A good part of the session was
devored to the discussion of
lowering freight rates in the
State and a bill was passed
which it is said will save the
people many thousands of
The Senate and House agreed
on 5 cents mileage for legislators
in going and returning from
the legislature. They have been
receiving 10 cents per mile.
Marriage of Popular Young
Couple At Germanton.
Mr. Charlie Joyce and Miss
Mary Matthews were married
at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. W. C. Matthews,
at Germanton on Tuesdty, the
14th inst. at 10 o'clock a. m.
The marriage was a quiet
home affair, only the relatives
of the contracting parties and a
few frhnds being present.
The bride is one of tierman
ton's most-accomplished young
ladies and is very popular among
a large circle of friends, while
the groom is a well-known and
deserving young man, number
ing hi s friends by his
acquaintances. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Joyce, of
Madison, and holds a responsible
position with the R. J. Reynolds
Tobacco Co. at South Boston,
Immediately after the
ceremony the happy couple left
for a bridal trip south.
Coorl Next Monday.
The fall term of Stokes
Superior Court convenes at
Danbury next Monday. Ju'ge
Shaw, of Greensboro, will
preside, while Mr. Bowers, the
new solicitor from Lexington,
will represent the State.
There are only three prisoners
confined in jail here and the
State docket is small.
No. 2,0*6
Captured Near Walnut Cove
Monday Night.
' J. O. Seagraves, of Yadkin Cotir
ty, TrieJ and P!aceJ Under
$500.00 Bond.
! Special officer R. P. Joyce and
• Duputy Sheriff Watson Joyce
j arrested J. i. Seagraves, of
'Yadkin county, and seized his
; team and wagon together with
| about 35 gallons of whiskey or
• brandy near Walnut Cove Mon
i day night about ten o'clock.
Seagraves was given a hearing
i Tuesday morning before Justice
of the Peace Saunders Rierson
j and was bound over to the next
j term of court under a bond of
$500.00 which he was unabh to
give, and was brought to Dan
i bury by Deputy Sheriff Watson
: -Joyce and placed in jail.
The team and whiskey were
turned over to the Federal
authorities at Winstjn-Salem.
When arrested by the officers
Seagraves was said to have been
dealing it out rapidly to the
crowd standing around his wagon.
One who witnessed it said that
when the officers approached the
wagon there was a great and
rapid scattering of the crowd.

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