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Tlte Women's Auxilliary of the
Episcopal church met at the hemic
of Mrs, James A. Hines last
Thursday afternoon for a very
pleasant and profitable session,
Captain1 and Mrs. Holcomb, of
Geroson College, spent a few days
at their summer lodge on Mirror
lake last week. , .
We are glad to report that W.
S. Davis is slowly improving from
his recent illness.
Harry Wright, Son of Mrs. Hel-
es Wilson, was forced to terminate
his work at State college due to
illness and is now recuperating at
his home here. " '
. Urs. W. S. Davis accompanied
. Mrs. Claude Clennie and small
daughter, Bettie Jean Qennie, to
th train in Cornelia, Ga., last
Thursday. Mrs. Clennie, who. has
been the guest of her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, for some
time, left for Abbeville, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Childs of
Atlanta, whose summer home was
recently completed by Jack Hall
and Mack Fulton, spent a few days
here last week.
Edison Picklesimer, student at
Mars Hill college, is now at his
home in Whiteside Cove recover-
- ing from an injury to his ankle.
Mr. Picklesimer plans to return to
.' Miss Rebecca S. Harris, victim
. ot a severe case .of influenza, re
cently, is much' improved and will
soon be out again.
A weinie roast was enjoyed on
Sunset Rocks one night last -week,
participants including Misses Bertha
Williams, Betsy Potts, Caroline
Perry, -Louise Beale,-Messrs. Charl
ies Patterson, Alonzo Knight, -Jack
Potts and quite a number of others,
Col. and Mrs. J. S. Sewell, Mrs,
L. S. Barnet, Sam Barnet, of Bir
mingham, Ala, were mid-winter
occupants of the Sewell sumaier
- lodge. Log Cabin de Luxe, for a
lew days recently.
r O. F.- Summer and - Lewis Ed
wards motored to Asheville Sun-
' day.; ... . .
" Recent guests of Mrs! T. ' C,
, Lamb were Mrs.' Jamie Watton
and her son, Gnesby Watton.
! Mr: and Mrs. W. W Sullivan of
Anderson, b. C, spent the week
, end at their summer home here.
Frankie Johnson and Paul Hen
derson, of Gainesville, Fla, spent
a tew days in Highlands this week
removing the furniture of the Hen
' derson House to Gainesville. "
,; An exciting ball game was en
joyed by a fairly large crowd on
the local. .basketball --. court last
Thursday night. The ; Highlands
- team played the Cherokee Indians
eamending with a score of 26-27
in favor of Highlands. - -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hays Tnter-
tained the following guests at din
ner - last - Sunday- evening - at- their
home on Mirror Lake: Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Harbison, Miss ..Nel-.
lie Qeaveland, Mr. and 'Mrs. Her-
.Hopper, Miss- Bessie Craine and
The Rev. Norvjn C Duncan, ac
companied by Mrs. W. H. Sellars,
Mrs. Thomas Johnson and Miss
Sellars motored to Highlands last
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Lumas, of
Atlanta, have been enjoying their
cottage on Lisdenwood Lake for
the' past few days.
Quite a number of people fr..m
Highlands attended' the singing
convention held in Franklin last
It Ja "with .pleasure that we
port the improvement in the con
dition of Mrs. J. Z. Gotwals.
The Rev. G. A. Hbvis, Methodist
pastor, will conduct services in the
Baptist church on the evening of
" February " 5.
Professor T. G. Harbison leaves
this week for Chapel Hill, whore
he has been offered a position in
the botanical department of the
college'. His work , mill be con
nected" with the herbarum.
Lantern slides of the Hie of
Christ 'will be shown D the public
at the school house auditorium
Friday night of this week, accoid
ing to a recent announcement by
the Rev. G. A. Hovis of the Meth
odist church. A small admission
fee will be charged,' the proceeds
to be used for the parsonage.
Mrs. F. W. Alstetter of Savan
nah, Ga?, was here two days last
week, occupying the Raoul cot
tage during her.; stay., . v.
Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Harbison
and -Misses Gertrude and Dolly
Harbison ', motored to Walhalla
Professor William Lippincdtt of
Clemson college, accompanied by
f rie nds, spent the week-end at h is
summer home on' Mirror Lake.
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Jtfrs. Richard Ammons has re
turned to the creek from Ansze
Brothers' hospital, bringing with
her a line baby boy.
"Mrs. Howard Keener and two
children were the guests of Mr,
and Mrs. Albert Rogers the past
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dilh an
son, Junior; are spending a few
days with Mr. Dills' parents, Mr,
and Mrs. John Dills, of Gneis3.
BY REV. O. P. ADER
Church school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Ser
rhon subject "Steps by Which We
Enter into Friendship with God."
This is the second sermon in a
series of messages on "Friendship
With, God." -
Ydung People's Division of the
cnurcn League ana Jtsoys . and
Girls' World Club, 6:45 p. m.
Evening worship,-' 7:30 p. m.
"Woes of the World and Hal
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leiujans ot Heaven, is sermon
theme at night
Macon county zone meeting of
W. M. S. at Methodist church in
Franklin, , Tuesday," Feb. 7, opens
at 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Senator) Mc
Kee is one of the speakers in an
all-day program." Box lunch at
BY REV. EUGENE R. ELLER
There has been lots of influenza
in this community.
Mrs. Charlie Rogers and daugh
ter, Gladyi, left recently to spend
two months in Gastonia.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Adams', Friday, Jan. 27, a daugh- - Fifty demonstrations in growing
ter. a better quality of tobacco will he
. Miss Mavis Young was viaiting conducted in Edgecombe county
home folks last week-end. She is . this season under the direction of
ttttnding school at Highlands. , IE, Y.Floyd.
- Tfie Sunday school -will meet at
9:45. The teachers and members
are urged to be on time.' Let's
look up all of our absent members
and get them back in Sunday
The morning worship will meet
at 11. A subject of interest to all
the people will be discussed. The
public is most cordially invited.
The B. Yt P. U.'s will meet at
6:30. We are proud of our fine
young people and their work.
They responded in a great way . to
the special service for Young peo
pie last - Sunday night. We Jiad
more young people than could be
seated in the middle section of
The evening worship will be at
7:45. It is hoped that . a large
number-wilhittend.-Evangelism : is
being, stressed m the evening ser
.The people of the Baptist church
experienced a great revival last
Sunday " night God's Spirit was
present in power and more than
crating their lives to Christ prom
ising to jstrive Jto xarry out the
spiritof the song which runsas
follows: Nothmg between my soul
and my Savior, Naught of this
world's delusive dream: I have
renounced all sinful pleasures Jesus
Nothing between like worldly
pleasure; habits of life, tho' harm-
ess they seem, Must not my heart
from Him ever sever, He is my
all, let nothing between." Most of
this number, were our fine young
people. Also three came and found
Christ as their Savior and one
other came asking for prayer.
When Christian people put the
world out of their lives we will see
the lost coming to Jesus Christ as
their Savior. A ship is safe .in
the ocean, but if the ocean gets in
the ship there is danger. The
church is safe in the world," but If
the world gets in the church, then
the church is in ganger. If Chris
tians are f o have power" they must
renounce all sinful pleasure and
habits -ofJife. .
Miss Lois Snyder, of Cornelia
Ga., spent the week-end with home
Born to Mrs. Sam Hall a son on
January 24. She will be remem
bered as Miss Beuna Cabe.
The B. Y. P. U. at Well's Grove
church is progressing nicely with
bdna Snyder as president ; Louise
Culver, vice-president and Fannie
Guffy, secretary and treasurer. It
meets each Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Culver spent
Friday in Cornelia, Ga., with Mr.
and Mrs. John S. Wells.
Helen and Mildred Daves spent
last week-end with home filks at
The Snyder school at Well's
Grove is doing fairly well con
sidering the bad weather.'
Here is. hoping that good times
is just around the corner, and that
it will come in full force, so that
the railroad will still continue to
run to Franklin.
Stock in the Columbus County
Agricultural Credit Corporation is
worth above 97 cents on the dol
lar, according to a report by the
board of directors. This farmer
organization has a paid-in stock
of $10,000 and during the past
three years of its operation, loans
amounting to -40.000 a year have
(Unavoidably Omitted from Lat
The young folks enjoyed a candy
drawing at W. A Keener's Satur
C. N. Jones went to Bonny Crest
Sunday to see his daughter, Miss
Everett and Ennis Mashburn
spent the week-end with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Holland, on Peek s creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crisp are
celebrating the arrival of a big boy.
Mr. and MrsAlbert Rogers
and their two children, of Ellijay,
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Keener.
Certain men have been pros
pecting for vermiculite on Walnut
Mr., and Mrs. W. H. Keener and
two children have gome to upper
Ellijay visiting relatives.
Mrs. O. E. Moses and daughters,
Nina and Mildred,were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C.U. Moses of Higdon-ville.
Edward, Anna Lee and Lucy
Mashburn spent the week-end with
their parents, returning to their
grandparents Sunday to continue
their Studies in the Higdonville
Over 500 Johnston countv farm
ers have had tobacco seed reclean-
ed by the countv farm aeent so
far this winter. More attention to
the preparation of seed beds is be
Wilson countv will olant the
largest tobacco crop in history, ac
cording to plans : now being-made
by the growers, says County Agent
W. L. Adams.
The Durham Mutual Exchange
has begun a plan for the uniform
marketing of all farm produce in
Durham and adjoining counties.
The Wilkes County Home farm
is rapidly becoming one of the best
farms in the county under the
close supervision ' of County Agent
A. G. Hendren.
Ensilage in the trench silos built
last summer in Caldwell county is
12 additional silos of "lhis-typearc
planned for next summer. i
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ILlUSIONi 1 . I i i U f
This very old illusion was Invented by Indian I - m6$
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REV. C. N. DULIN, PASTOR
This very old illusion was Invented by Indian
fakirs. The secret was unearthed in 1849 by the
great magician, Robert-Hpudin. At that time, ether
. had just-been discovered, and little was known
" about it Houdin claimed that he had discovered
-- that this new anesthetic could mtkt people light ts
air. To prove it, he caused the subject to rise into
the air and float apparently suspended. He passed
a hoop around the body to show there were no
wires or supports;
, ixplanationi 7. rZ 7
First Sunday Bethel, 11 a. m.;
Salem, 2:30 p. m.; Oarke's Chapel,
7:30 p. m. ,
Second Sunday Snow Hill, 11
a. m. ; Riverview, 2 :30 p. m. ; Iotla,
Third Sunday Clarke's Chapel, 11
a. m.; Salem, 2:30 p. m.; Bethel,
7:30 p. m.
"Fourth SundayIotla, 11 a. m.;
Oakdale, 2:30 p. m.; Snow Hill
7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m., &t' all
churches on circuit except at
Clarke's Chapel and Salem Church,
where Sunday school opens at 1:30
p. m. ' -"' -- - -
There are many, many explanations for this old
trick. One is that the girl wears a concealed harness,
which ends in a socket between her shoulder blades.
This is attached to a piston below the stage. The
piston is pushed up from below, causing her to
rise in the air. The piston is invisible, because it
is covered with mirrors which reflect surrounding
draperies, similar to the background. The magi
cian can pass the hoop over her body because it
is cut in one place. It can be pulled apart for a
second when it passes the piston.
Source: "Modtrn Magic" by Prof mor Hoffmann.
Ctorgt RoutUdgt ft Sons.
smore iuii to
Another "magic show" is cigarette adver
tising. One of its greatest tricks is the illusion
that cigarettes can be made miraculously
"MILD" through manufacturing methods.
thi explanation: AH popular cigarettes
today are made in modern sanitary factories
with up-to-date machinery. All are heat
treated-some more intensively than others,
because raw, inferior tobaccos require
674 KILLED BY AUTOS
The motor vehicle bureau reports
674, wer? killed by ' automobiles in
the state last year and 4,783 injured
in the 3,266 accidents reported.
December's toll was 67 deaths and
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more intensive treatment than choice, ripe
The real diff erence comes in the tobaccos
that are used. The better the tobacco, the
milder it is.
It Is a fact, well known by
leaf tobacco experts, that
Camels are made from finer, MORE
EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other 7
This is why Camels are so mild. This is why 7
Camels have given more pleasure to more
people than any other cigarette ever made.
: It's the secret of Camels' rich "bouquet"
...their cool flavor... their non-irritating
mildness. ; ,' i l. ..
All the natural, ripe goodness of Camel's
tobacco is kepi fresh for you by the famous
air-tghi7welded Humidor Pack7 Don't