Mr. A. K. Aten
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December 7, 1893
Our citizen MR. JOHN WOFTER had a disastrous fire last Wednesday night, his hay barn and corn crib both were filled with hay and corn and were destroyed. It is not known how the fire originated.
A general agent of DR. WARD'S Medical Co., was in the city last Monday doing business.
MR. and MRS. A.G. MCFARLAND, of Osceola, have shipped their household goods to this place. We welcome them as citizens of High Point.
The new school house in District No. 1 is completed and our young citizen, MR. A.K. ATEN has already commenced his winter tem of school.
JOHN W. BLEDSOE has been confined to his room with LaGrippe the past week.
DUG NEWLIN, of Woodland, passed through the city enroute for Garden Grove with a bunch of fat hogs for market.
MR. GEO. MCDANIEL, the veteran hog buyer, has been in High Point and vicinity the past week interviewing the farmers.
MR. SELL WILLIAMS, of Nebraska, is here visiting his many relatives.
Preaching next Sunday at the M.E. Church by the Pastor.
Send a two cent stamp to S.D. COGSDILL for his weather prognosticator and storm chart.