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BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C.
Name changed from
Sylvan Valley Nows. January i.
NOAH M. HOLLOWKI.L. Kilitor
Published every Tluirsilay. Kntered at
postortice at Brevartl. N.t'.,as
One year - - - - * 1 -OO
Six months - - - - .60
Three months - - - .35
Two months . - - .25
Payable by check, stamps or
Cards of thanks, rosolutions ami
memorials publislu'd only at half coiu-
Subscrij’tions not continued after ex
piration of time paitl for except on re-
(liiest and promise of payment of 1 cent
extra above siil'scription rate for t-ach
week paper is sent until subscription is
Friday, February 2, 1917.
We wonder wliat the Tryoii
ladies have l>een up to when the
News-Bee ojkmiIv accuses them of
being “indefatigable female phil
Do you have a friend who form
erly resided in this cDunty to
whom you would like for us to
send a co])y of the paper this week^^
If so, ]>lease let us have names and
addres.ses at once.
What do you think alxnit those
roads into Greenville, I’ickens ami
Oconee counties. South Carolina,
emanating from the capital of
Transylvania? That's an impor
tant jx)int to be considered in our
tied “Genuine Forward Move
ment,” under which it used the
following introduction to the Neus
editorial last week with refereiiv t
to the new girls’ camp school thai
will be opened in Brevard: “N >i
satisfied with .securing a big tai.
nery with a big payroll, Brevar^
as is usual with a live town, is go
ing after other enterj^rises and gci
ting them. The News tells of tli
latest achievement when anothc
educational institution was locate,
STOCK DEALER IS
OUT WITH FACTS
We note a change in the mast
head of the Wayuesville Courit;
whereby R B. Wilson, owner an
editor i'f that paper, is designale-
is owner and W. Clark Medfoi-
as editor and general managei
\Ir. Wilson was formerly with tlu
.Svlvan \'alley News. He blew
loudly for Weave*" in the last cati'-
paign and ajiplied for the secre
taryship. which Charity and Chil
tlren, ])ublished at Thomasville
savs he received, but the Waynes
ville Mountaineer says W. L. Har
din of Waynesville has been .se
lected by Congressm.in Weaver.
The Courier says nothing but cer
tainly should lay aside its modest>
and give us a little insight into tlu
former editor’s business.
vV. C. Sales Tells How Wife Re
gained Health on Just Two
Bottles of Tanlac.
New or renewal subscriptions
(beginning January 1) will cost
$1.00 for one year, 60 cents 6
months, 35 cents 3 months,
cents for 2 months.
ROBERT S. BR.OWN
321 Legal Building
Correspondeace solicited. Asheville, N. C.
Transylvania’s relations with
Buncombe. HeiiderstMi, Haywood,
Jackson, Macon, ()conee, Pickens
and (jrcenville counties in so far
as roads are concerned should be
more conlial insteail of so muddy.
The feeling is good but traveling
Canton is coming. (loing to
clean up and hang out some
clothes. The (')b»erver says the
ice ]>lant and laundry has been
reorganized and a pin fact« >ry .‘Se
cured. Whc-n you clean up Main
street we'll run across the moun
tain and .'ee how the clothes look
hanging on the line.
Transylvania is booming. Big
tannery going up, meaning eni-
I^loyment for many; and now comes
the glad tiilings from Toxaway of
the one and one-lialf million dollar
develoinneiit in lumber operations.
Wliat more could we wish for in
the way of material prosj^erity for
this county. Yet other good things
will follow in their wake.
Changing News’ Mame.
Marshall News-Record; The vSyl
van Valley News is no more but
up from its grave rises the Brevard
News, one of the mo.st u]vto-date
]irogre.s'sive weeklies in this state.
Canton Observer: The Sylvan
Valley News at Brevard recenth
changed its name to the Brevard
News, liditor Hollowell is giving
his county and town a .splenlid
newspaper and in return the peo
ple ought to give him their loyal
American Press: The name of
the Sylvan X'alley News of Bre
vard has been changed to the lire-
vard News; lulitor Hollowell be
lieving that the new name would
be more suitable for the paper.
TOXAWAY’S RELIGIOUS GROWTH
Frank Y. Wilbanks when in Bro-
vurd from Toxaway Tuesday stated
that the Toxaway Baptist church
had decided to have preaching on
tho second and fourth Sunday in
stead of once a month as heretofon?
and in order to be in closer toneh
with bis pastoral work H»*v. W. H.
Nicholson has moved from Saj)
])hire to Oakland, a jioint about
three miles from Toxaway.
This week the News visits l.ddO
homes in Transylvania and abroad
where it does not make its regular
weekly visits. It will arouse the
old home feeling and before- it
leaves von sit dnwii and enclose
JOHN S. BOGGS NOT IN
FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION
A correction—To Noah M. Hoi
lowell, editor of the IJrevard News,
and all others whom it may con
cern. I note that my name has
been nsed as a charter member of
the Transylvania t’onnty Farm
the price of Mibscri]»tion and learn j association. While I am an
of past as well as current hislorv enthusiastic farm loan man, believ-
from week tr> week,
It will be
The News is ])leased to know
that the Brc-vard Club has taken
uj) the (jiiestion of advertising tUis
section by boC)klets and otherwise.
We have plenty of good things
worth extra fine })ublicity and the
committees having the matter in
hand should not lo.se any time in
getting the booklets before^ pros
pective summer visitors. This sec
tion and its conditions are sujterb
for many things, but only a small
portion of the world knows it.
The Jackson County Journal has
resumed its campaign for a countv
farm life school. It argues that
the county is primarily an agricul
tural one; that the deserted county
seat buildings at Webster would
be suitable for this purpose and
that an extra levy of less than 1
per cent would cinck the institu
tion. A good thing the Journal is
gunning for and it would even re
dound to the benefit of Transylva
nia. May success crown the
The Asheville Times continues
to qualify as a Brevard booster as
will be seen from an editorial entl-
ing it to be a good thing, the law
states i)lainly that men who wish to
form an association must sign the
articles of association, and said sig
nature mnstbe acknowledged, before
a notary public or other ollicial auth
orized to administer oaths. Except
for a few minutes on Monday, .Jan
nary I was not at the meeting ot
the association and took no active
])art in the alleged formation. 1
certainly did not sign any articles
of agreement and if there are others
whose names appear in the list whr
did not sign and whose signatures
were not attested, I would advisi
them to investigate matters at once
Jan. '27, 1017. John S. Boocjs.
WHY THAT LAME BACK?
That morning lameness—thos»
sharp pains when bending or lift
ing, make work a burden and res
impossible. Don’t be handicap])et
by a bad back—look to your kic
nevs. You will make no mistaK'
by tollowing this man's example.
W. Davis, farmer, Waynesville,
N. C., says: “My back boiUered ii.
off and on for years. It was so soi
and lame that I could hardly sto
and it was impossible for me
lift. When I got np suddenly,
specks came before my eyes, blui
ing my sight. Nothing did me ai
good until I tried Doan’s Kidnt
Pills They soon gave me relief ai
I know I can always depend «
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don
simply ask fora kidney remed\-
get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the swn.
that Mr. Davis had. Fostc
MilbnrnCo., Props., Bnffalo, N. \
It is really wonderful tj know
iiat two bottles of Tanla(^ havt
oiii* for Mrs. Sales and I am anx
•us to let others know about tin-
iicrits of this great reconstrueti v
line by offering my statement fo»
ite papi'r,” said \V. t*. Sales, ol
iiishes Cre»*k, who is cme of thti be>f
nown farmers and stock raii'ers in
“For four years my w’ife suffered
rom stomach trouble and indiges
ti«)n. Tbon«h she had to live on
milk and e^gs this diet eansed her
;reat distress. She did not get a
nil night’s rest and couldn’t bear
to be alone. She fell off in weight
nnd strength. I spent hundreds of
dollars, but nothing helj)ed Mrs.
Sah^s gain a particle. She kept get
ting worse and worse and had
teared the end w’as in sight when
neighbors told us about Tanlac.
“It may be hard to believe, but
r wo bottles of Tanlac have worked
^uch a change in my wife that she
is not only up and around, but
•an do her rp;gular work again. She
lias an ap])etito like a horse, so to
•peak, and when you consider that
he is (iO years old it is not hard to
understand when I say the work of
Tanlac in her has been wonderful.”
Genuine Tanlac is sold in Bre
vard at the Duckworth Pharmacy ;
Hendersonville by Hunter’s Phar
MR. WHITMIRE SELLS
\V. p. Whitmire, w*ho about a
year ago purchased Lotts Shoe store
in Hendersonville, has sold to (t. M.
(ila/-ener. lioth were foimerlyen-
t'aged in busine.^ss in Brt-vard.
Bethleheni’s Bid on Shells
for the United States Navy
To the American People:
The SeiTetnry of the .Navy ha.s nwnrded
contrnrt-s niiKnintinf; to over $3,000,000
to a British biddor for 11 and 16-inch
projfM'tih’a for the Nnvy bocau.s«^ of very
much lower prices oJIer^ by ihe English
We know nothing of the basis iipon which
the British bid.s were made, but the pub
lic is entitled to know the facts upon
which we ourselves bid for thin work.
Two year»» apo we tonk rontract*
to make 4,200 14-inch HhrlU at a
price of $1,515,000. I'p to now
not a Kingle shell haa been ac
cepted by the (ioTernnient, al
though we have expended, in
wageH, materials, etc., on these
ordcrH $.^>22,881, and we have not
rcceivel a SINGLE DOLLAR on
in ndditinn, a liUtral int«rprrtatioa
Ihr cMntrnrt miRht makn u« liable for
pFDallioa araouutiug to $>78,016.
In the light of our experience, and hav
ing no other basis, we bid f«r 16-inch
shells approximately the same rate per
pound as that which the Navy Depart
ment actually awarded a 14-inch shell
contract one year ago.
Bethlehem Steel Company
CH\S. M. S(.HWAB. Chairaan
EUOENEU UHACE, PreaidABt
Special Excursion Fares
From Brevard, N. C.
$18.20 MOBILE, ALA.: Mardi
Gras Celebration. Tickets
on sale February 12th to
19th, 1917, inclusive. Final
limit March 2nd, 1917.
Tickets may be extended
to March 19th, 1917. (See
$23.00 NEW ORLEANS, LA.:
Mardi Gras Celebration.
Tickets on sale February
12th to 19th, 1917, inclusive.
1 Final limit March 2nd.
Tickcts may be extended
to March 19th. (See Ticket
J. H. WOOD, Div. Pass. Agent,
Asheville, N. C.
ROBT. L. GASH W. E. EREESE. Jr.
GASH & BREESE
11 to 17 McMinn Building
DANIEL LEON ENGLISH
* Attorney and Counselor at Law
Brevard, N. C.
Real estate law and abstract of titles
ERNEST H. 1NOR.WOOD
Architect and Builder
Remodellins and Repairing a Specialty
CLAYTON &. CLAYTON
BREVARD, N. C.
Practice in all the Courts
Brevard, N. C.
CHAS. B. DEAVER
5 Office Cooper Block
Over Price & Whitmire Store.
ALLISON & ALLISON
In Old Cooper Building
Brevard, N. C.
If You Get It Hiere
We eaxry nothing in stock bnt tho
best grade of Standard Drugs. “II3
sabstitntion” in filling Prescriptions.
All Prescriptions compounded by
a graduate pharmacist.
Buy Your Drugs Here
and ^ Safe.
1. i MORGAN, Druggist
ROSMAN, N. C.
NO. 237 1.0.0. F.
Meets second Monday night in
LODGE NO. 267
A. F. & A. M.
JR. 0. U. A. M.
Vfeets in Fraternity Building ev
ery Saturday night, 7.30 p. m.
TH^ RANKER IS INTERESTED IN HIS DEPOSITORS. HE
IS THE ONLY MAN IN T 'WN WHO WILL GIVE YOU HIS
ADVIoE FREE. iHc BANKER LIKES TO SEE YOU AND
EVERYONE IN HIS COMMUNITY GETTING RICH.
SUCCESS BREEDS SUCCESS AND SUCCESSFUL MEN CAN
AND DO ASSIST EACH OTHER.
BE A SUCCESSFUL MAN. PUT SOME MONEY IN THE
BANK OFTEN AND BECOME ONE OF THE RICH MEN IN
BANK WITH US.
WE PAY H PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS
Brevard Bankirig' Co.
The best watch value ever brought into Transylvania
county, or North Carolina for that matter.
We have recently had the Waltham Watch Company
make us up some watches with the name “The Brevard” on
the dial and plate. It is 7-jewel, has safety steel barrel, patent
Bragruet hair-spring and patent detachable balance staff with
solid nickel case and is a dandy. It’s worth more but we are
selling them for $5.00. This is better than sending to the
mail order house or going to Asheville.
Come in and look it over.
FRANK D. CLEMENT
TKe Jeweler of Transylvania County.
Buy in Brevard
BuildinSt a Grocery
business like |ours takes time and
experience and a thorough knowl
edge of the value of all ‘kinds] of
We make a study of our^business
to learn how we can best serve our
The evidence of j our success is
proven by the immense volume of
our business and its steady'growth.
Come in and see usjgrow.
ALL SIZES AND