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BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C.
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news to News office.
Welch Galloway was in Asheville
Saturday and Sunday.
Judge Geo. A. Shnford of Ashe
ville has been in Urevard this week.
Miss Edna Stroup sjMJnt the
Week-end visiting her sister in Bilt-
Ralph R. Fisher was in Tryon on
Friday and Saturday on professional
Mrs. A. N. Hinton and two chil
dren returned i>n Sunday from a
visit to Mr. Hinton’s parents at
Mrs. C. \V. Hunt returned on
Sunday from St. *Vtersbnr^, Fla.,
where she has been eonductinf? her
W. S. Price, jr.. and lainily liiivo
moved intv) the liouse on Ciildwi 11
street recently vacated by N. A.
Miller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kilpatrick
and family visited Mrs Kilpatrick’s
people in Enslcy Sunday, making
the trip in their car.
David Unnt has returned from
the Georgia T»-ch. at Atlanta with
the view to joining: the national
guard for war servicc.
N. A. Miller and family have
moved to their n‘\v hi>ni(M)n Frencli
Mrond avenue, ^li-. Miller has had
erected an attractive little cut*a*'e.
S. L. Dnckwortli of Kernesville
visitid bis par('nts. Mr. and Mrs.
Jo** Dnckwortli, at Island Ford, and
liis brotlicrs and sistiTs in Brevanl
J. W. Davis has been confined to
his bed tor two weeks with a car
Charles PickcOsimer returned
from Richmond, Va., on Wqdnes
day, making the trip in his Ford.
W. C. Cooke and family of Spar-
tanbur*^ have been visiting Mr.
Cooke’s family, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Miss Roberta Calhoun has return
ed to her home in Sylva after an
extended visit tt> her sister Mrs. O.
Dr. E. S. Ensrlish and Dr. T. J.
Summoy attended the (>4th annual
session of the State Medical society
in Asheville last week.
W. P. Henderson and son, Alvin, ;
were in Asheville Sunday, when |
the latter und»TW(*nt an examinat-1
ion for trouble of the throat. i
Mrs. S. M. Macfie returned on i
Sunday from rliarlotte, where she
has iieen for the last few weeks
recnpcratin}? from an operation.
The Baraca class of the Baptist
church failed to entertain the Phi- j
latbras on last 'I'hursday night as
was intended, but will do so at the
school house on Thursday night of
Mrs. il. Y. McKinney of Raleigh
is visiting her sistt'r, Mrs. M. P.
Brodie. l>r. and Mrs. McKinn('y ;
were residents of Brevard until |
about a year ago,
Miss Ivt'ubenia Nicholson rt'turn- '
ed on Tuesday from a week-end
visit to lu*r brother, Calloway
Nicholson, in Asheville, vuhere she ,
had lier eyes examined.
Friends of Mrs. H. P. Clark, who
lias bt*i‘n ill at lifr home at rlu'
Rock brook Farm for some liint*.
will n-irret to learn that her con
dition is considered (juite critieal.
Stroup, Irene Montgomery, Flora
Duckworth, Mary Sledge, Louise
Erwin, Verna and Mildred Goode ;
Dr. \V. W. Smith, Roy Marr, Lamar
Lewis, Rev. John R Hay, A. H.
Kizer, Dr. T. J. Summey, Clyde
Ashworth, Overton Erwin, N. M.
L. S. ('1 v.:h of Wa’-T’cn, Pa., has
be»*n in }!''i*var(l for tht* l;tsf fi*vv
At tlic meeting of the i>. Y. I’. T.
.f lirev.ird .Morttiay niirht Prof. .i.
days Iriokm;' jifter tlu> luill aiul ' (.loiu s olVered his resigna'iun by
his farm; reason ol his inteiuie*l departun*
and Miss Ruth Hrooks, who has
been seiving as one of the two
grou]) leaders, was elected to suc-
cei‘d I’rof. Jones.
farming operations on
]Mrs. \V. \V. Zichary and fiiinilv
an* residni'' in triint of the Metho
dist ehureh buiMinir. havini' sold
her former r *sidenee to the Bievton
M. M. (‘bai)Ti):ni anil faTuily mo-
ton*d to A>heville Monday on a
visit to Mrs. ('liajiMian's sist(>r.who
was Miss. Famiii- Hunt befon* her
Miss Ina Tallev. wlio tanirht in
the ])ractiee tiepartnient of ( r.llo-
whee Normal duriiig the j)ast sdiool
year, closed her \vt)rk last we* k
and returned to her home at Pen
rose on Sunday.
Vr. S. Price, sr.. and family have'
returned to lirevani a;t r siir?:(lin'/ |
a f»*\v nu)!iths oij |.-inrel T.i- ;;. ;
where Mr. Pric'* ec'jv.lrete.: tin'
eommissary tor tl;;' tirnb' r e])cra- 1
tions (. f \V. !^. Ash'.'.^ i tli. !
^Ir. and \ 15. Houston. Mr.'
and Mrs. I’ani Mo;istt)n and Miss
*"]l!a (too(1 iioiisimi )ii, v.> returned
trom iirevard, win r- they motored i
forth** week-end v.itli Mr. and Mrs. I
John Mel\iin:i.—(ireenville Xews. |
F. M. Jordan, deputy insurineei
commissit)ner of North (’arolina,i
while on an in>)t.-e;ion tour in lire-1
v.ird last week Vi'ii-d his lather,!
Hev. F. M. Jordan, at (aivi-rt.
R(^v. Mr. Jordan, i.*. iuite feeblt* |
and has in-en ci'niined to liis bed'
for several wt rks. !
A pai’ty coniTH'sed of Mrs. Max-!
well. Miss Anni(‘ Livi*r(*tt, Miss;
iCthei i\lan(]ers. Will Reese, (irovcr
Shii)nia!i. Orto Brookshire, and L('e
Allen atti-nded a danee last Tuesday
night at t)iL> .\etht hvold hotel in
Brevard, szivt'n in lionor ot .Mr. and
Mrs. Danic‘1 M» rr»*ll, who v>'j*re
J. A. ?dilh r, jr.. and J. Mack
Allison, Transylvania trustees (.f
the Sou^he^ stern Mountain(’ountit*s
association created by tlie legisla- |
ture for the devi'lopment of this
section, left for I’.ryson City Thurs
day to attend the first session. C.
M. Doyle is also a trustee for this
Straw Ride to Glen Canon.
('ha])cronod by Mr. and ?\lrs. (i.
('. Kilnatriek, Die follo'.vinir vounir
])t‘oj!’ie enjoytMl a strawiide to (ih*n
(’anon falls wlu-re su])]>er was st'rv-
ed on Moni’.i.v night ;
.'.lisses Frankii* and Kiliel Kil])at-
rick. Avail Ashworth. Jack Clayton,
Pearl Faulkv.er and Lillian Small-
wi^od : R;il|tb ri.-;hi‘r. »V. H. Mlison,
(ieorge 'I’urni'r, Walter Duckv.orth
iuul (ilii Paxton.
Miss Erwin Entertains.
A iittinur el(*."e ti) the social yatlier-
inirs of sonit* of the selibol teacht'rs
and th( ir friends in Brevard was en
joyed on Tuesday night when Miss
Kathi*rin(* Krwin gave a number of
frii-nds a rook ])arty.
The closing of the ])ublic school
tliis week v.'ill m*‘au tlie de])arture
of the teachers who have contri-
hut(^l a]i])rt*eiahly to thii social life
of Brevard durin'jT tht^ ]>ast year.
T’h»*re were four tables of rook
jjayers and after tin; giiine bad
iirotH'cdcd for some time •i’‘“fre'’ii-
!nents in the form of a chicken
.'^alad cour.^e, followed by ice cream
and cake, were serveil.
Miss Erwin’s ]>arty was com])osed
of Misses Maud Ellen Pike, Sue
Cannon, Frances McIntosh, Edna
As one of the closing events of
the social activities of the school
teachers and a few of their friends
in Brevard, the young men who
have been participating in the en
joyments of the j)ast school year
gave the ladins a hay ride to Glen
Canon falls on last Thursday night.
A four-horse w’agon and Dr. T. J.
Summey’s automobile filled with
joy riders, ohaperonel by Mrs. J.
R. Hamlin, left Brevard at 8 o’clock
and ])roeeeded to the falls, where a
lire beneath the waterfalls formed
the center of attraction.
Preimrations were made to satisfy
the hunger of the hay-rid»*rs and
before the party left the falls, food
had been cooked, coft'ee boiled and
the feast had been enjoyed, closing
with a course of ice cream and
The jiarfy was composed of Mrs.
Hamlin, Misses Sue (,'annon, V’^erna
and JMiidrcd Goode, Frances McIn
tosh, Irene M*)Utgonery, Edna
Stroup, Maude Elien Pike, Kath-
(frine Erwin and Flora Duckworth ;
Dr. Summey, Dr. W. \V. Smith,
Overton Erwin, Verne (Moment,
Lamar Lewis, Rev. John R. Hay,
A. II. Kizer and N. M. Hollowell.
Attended Club Meeting.
A number of tlm club women of
Brevard attended the Rcciinocity
day of the lirst district of the
North C\)rolina Federation of
Women’s clubs at Hendersonville
Saturvlay. There were over
club members in attendance from
Western (’arolina. They w’ere
heartily received and royally en-
tert'uned by the Heiuiersonville
iHrs C . II, Trowbridge as ]>resi
dent of the Matliatasian club made
the iinr»nal report for th»* clui),
sho'.vi'iir iTs work and renoriing on
its ]>it -*Mi! couise o: study in hird
life. Mrs. F E. 15. .)(uikins for
Mrs. 'I'. II. Shipman. ])ri*sid»*nt of
the Wednesday Bt)ok club, re-
j)ortt‘d for this orgiiiii/.ation and
tlu^ .scojm of its activities during
the ])!;st year. TIk* Mathatasians
present included .Mesdames II.
Trowbridge. B. l)eav(*r W. A.
i!eav»'iis and Miss Fh'ra Duck-
Vvorth. Mesdam('s T. H. Shijmiaii,
F. K. B. Jt*nkins and I) (i. Ward
ri'presentcd the Wednesday Book
U. D. C. Meeting.
Tilt* l)anght(*rs of the ('onfed(?r-
acy held their A]>ril meeting at the
ehaj)ter houst* on last Saturday at
I o'clock. The rejiort frcin the
lyci'um course, in the f)nn of a
clu'ck for was most gratify
'I'he ladi» s decided to olVev tlu*ir
services and the n*'-' of tlie cha])ter
house lor any lirst aid or ])atnotic
wt>rk that tnight be nndi'rtaken in
the town. A membep was «])-
l)ointed to write Pre.sid(‘iit Wilson
that th(* Tran.sylvania chai)ti‘r was
••with him” in the stand hi': had
The r. I). (’. color.«, red and
white, were v**»-y c‘li-verly onrried
out in the ict* cream and cake
served, by tht^ hostesses, Misses
Virginia and Maude Allison,
Tlios(' holding s(>ason tickets to
the lyt (“um coursc will do well to
keep Slime as tlu' Red])ath com]mny
has •(iromist'd aiiothi'r (‘ntertain-
ment in placi* of the unsuccessful
number in February.
CHIEF LEM BROOKS WAS
MARRIED, mm 28,1916
BETTERMENT ASS'N PUNS
FI6HT ON THE HOUSE FLY
(Reported for the News.)
The Brevard Betterment asaocia
tion held ita regular monthly meet
ing at the Brevard graded school
house on Tuesday. Tht) work in
charge of the several committees
has progre.ssed satisfactorily.
The report of the “Clean-up
committee” was made by Mrs. D.
L. English, as chairman, and the
members of the B)tterment gave a
GSaNU Jilnrs REPORT
F R GOiIRi
To his honor Henry T. Lane, Jndg
pre-Jd . :
v\’e tt Gr»md.Inrv respoctfull
snbmit the toPowing report.
That cMiin-gan>r has i)een visit* (
J»v a en Miniftee and reportt^d ii
very good condition. Exempt as to
sleeping (colored and wtiitc ]»rison
ers in tho stuuH eatre. We resp«*et
> Concord Woman joins Navy.
Concord.—While few recruits hare
been elisted for the Army and NaTT
from this city, Concord has the dis
tinction of being one of the first
Southern cities to send a woman re
cruit to the war. The recruit frcKa
this city is Miss Cooper Miller, who
writes that she enlisted at Philadel
phia. She has been commissioned 19
work in the Navy yards there, and
holds the commission of “Chief To»>
man." Miss Miller is a stenographer
of much experience, and her work
will consist of stenographic work.
Poor-house was also visited by a
committee and reported in gool
conditim, found five inmates and
seem to be w’ell satisfied.
(’h*rk’s oflfiice has be(*n visited bv
rising vote of thanks to Mr. Cooke,! fully recomen,i that the v be separ it-
the mayor : Mr. Brooks, the police
man ; Mr. Hollow’ell, editor of the
Brevard News, and Mr. Price, who
painted tiie street signs, and ail
t)tiiers who have given so much
assistance in cleaning up the town.
The Flower committee, who are
endeavoring to help make Brevard
beautiful, told of the distribution
of seeds and bulbs, Mrs. David
Ward making tlie report of that
and other ei’forts on the part of
the committee. Another rising
vote of thanks was given to Col.
Hodg»*s, who has promised to beau
tify the vacant lots n*ar the depot.
Tile ass(x;iation passed a motion
to meet soon and plant flowers on
the school grounds.
^ The United Daughters of the
(.’onfeiieracy kindly olTered the use
of its building for making hospital
supplies and learning “first aid”
W(»rk, as the members wish to
co-operate with the Betterment in
its intended work along this line.
Their oiTer is much appreciated.
A campaign to light the fly
nnisanc‘, will be begun in co-opera
tion with the Brevard News.
A suggestion was made that the
Betterment and all other organiza
tions in the town—religious, civic
and social—should combine re-
stiurces to build and (Mjuiparest
room for farjners’ wives. Tliis
qu**stion was left open for future
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN TOWN
(.F NORTH BREVARH
You will take notice that the
ed. We also iind no mess hall ami
we recoinend that a mess ball t>e
provided for, a]mrt from the slec])-
ing quarters. We also recon'end
that th«y bo furnished a change of »'t*t?nl ‘r municipal election for the
said town of Xortli Brevard in
which a mayor and tliree aldermen
ar.5 to he clio.sen to serve for the
next, two years, will be held at C.
C. Y«)n*;ui;\s residence in said town
of North Brevard on Tue.sday, .May,
... , , . , ^ r.)17. tliJ! sauiH being held under
,i ra.mmitteo and rBportoil in Kood ,he rules and roj;,.lutions goviTninK
After hearing all
KURT AT PISCAH FOREST
County jail has been visited by a
comndtteeand found that the ])iis-
oners have no chairs to sit on, bed
cover is very scarce forcohl weath
er (itherwise in very good condi
We have examined and passed all
bills presented to us by the Solici
W’’c coTiimend his Honor Henry T.
Lan ! Judge presiding, for his able
cbtirg’e and instructions to the
(Jrand Jury. Also Soliciror Mi(!h-
ael Sclnmck for his courteous and
ircntlf*manly consideration and his
diligence! in performing his duties
J. E Cox
J. E. Cox, foreman ;Flem (lalloway,
A. N. Collins, K. L. Wright, Chas.
Aiken, J. A. Allison, Hud Nich(d
son, J. L. Gravl(*y, R. M. Powell,
j W. P. Mc(iaha, Henry Hinkle, .T.
j II. Harkins, .Tulius M. McCall, W.
' J. Kay, (i. I). Shulord, Wales Lank-
ford, A. E England, A. L. Huggins
All piM-sons who are qualified to
vot(“, living within the jjresent cor-
])orist«* lirjiits oc said town, w^ill see
that their names are properly reg
istered «>n th«^ ])(dl books for said
town of North Brevanl, N. C.,
which will be opened for such pur
pose at the time and in the manner
required by law.
April .■>, P.»17.
Fkki) Johxson, Mayor.
, C. C. Yon'olk, (!lerk of
(From Hendersonville Visitor.) i
Several weeks ago T. ii. Conner ' Tm* SPRING
, .11 i- ' , 1 Becoiuo m(iei)endent by taking tJl*
re(vivcdanin.iury on the lorehead airriculture In Minnesota. Xorth Da
kota, Montana, Idaho, Washington or
Oroj^on. Millions of acres of land in
those states along the Xorthorn Pa-
citic R. . awaiting settlement. I'nus'jal
opportunities. Healthful climate,
abundant crops, good markets, ex
cellent transportation facilities,
school'i, chureiies, etc. A young coun
try for ambitious pc’ople. Send for
free descriptive literature and infor
mation regarding ti e particular sec
tion tiiat intc're.-Jts you. We vvill bo
glad to assist you in locating your
new liome in a community where you
can feel at I'.ome and can enjoy pros
perity. Write to J. (’. Eaton, Ceneral
Agent, Northern Pacific Ily., 40 Euot
4th St., ('incinnati, O.
Means Relief, Comfort and
Style. Becoming Glasses
Cost no More.
Dr. J.G, DENISON (Opii.D.)
Optometrist and Optician.
52 Patton A.'3iiU9. AS;;£V>liil, M. C.
(In Henderson Jcwclry Store.)
from a ])iece t)t steel living from an
anvil while at work at Pisgah For
est. He was operated on last w»>ek
by ]>r. Kirk, who found a ])iec(> (d‘
steel about the si/e of a mashed
dltn»* just behind tl'ic eye. Mr. (.’on-
nT is imin-oving rapidly since the
BREVARD INSTITUTE NOTES
The ]»upils of tlu; Music de))art-
mcnt L'ave their annual spring re-
citel bist Satunliiv jit S ]> ni. Tlu;
prc;:ratn was varied and interest
iirg, the performers ranging from
hi*ginncrs to the senior.s of the ile-
Rev. K H. Norwood conducted
the services of tin* Y. \V'. Hlid Y.
M. I'. A. at Ti;t- Institutt? last Sun
Miss Mamlaleiu* Parliam, who
was called ho;in‘ last v.cek by the
illness of lier njottier at Ncwberu,
returned *Monday muht.
Miss Olga (’oliins is temporarily
absent from the Institute on ac
count of trouble v,ith her (\ves.
Jeter Matti.ews bus a ])osition
with the Sontlier?! liailway rom-
For General Trade
THE BREVARD MILL STORE
iit the Depot is open to the
general public trade at
prices that will compare fa
vorably with those of other
groccry stores. Goods at
cost to cotton mill employ
es. Feeds and a general
R. D. NEELY, Manager
Departments C'-llc-e Prrp.iratory. Xormal, Music,
mestie .\rt, Hous;, hol(i l^-.momir-s-, .\,':rieiii';irc.
AH departmen's are (iirei ted by le;ieiu r.s witi: .sj)ev. i;:I ir
large expi-ri. r.re. Thi-y know Ihi;,’" l)u>in.;s.
iRlliienccs ol the Institute are alone W( rth the cost of to
- fit:?’-: • li
J. W. McMINN
is tiie tima for you to investigate and BUY SOME
BREVARD RE.\L ESTATE, either in town or near
by. The prices are lower NOW than they will ever
be again. We have made a number of sales lately,
and are having numerous' inquiries for all sorts of
property and expect quite a lot of activity along this
line in the very near future. If you want to make a
safe investment that is bound to grow in value come
in and see us. If you have anything to sell list it
with us at once. We are doing business for others,
why not you.^
Brevard Insurance Agency
CALLOWAY & MINNIS
Room 9» McMinn Building
Columbus, X. April H*, l',»17.
Mr. L. Brooks,
Brevard, N. (’.
Dear Sir : Will take pleasure in
granting your rc(|ucst in regard to
i the date of marriasxe license for
ycmrself aud Nina Eveline Nelson.
I Date of license, March 19U*);
marriage, March li)l().
j Yours truly,
j A. L. PlTM.VX,
i Register of Deeds.
W. P. WEILT
J. M. ALLISON
GLADE CREEK NEWS
Perry Merrell of Little River is
visiting Mrs. R. L. Capps.
Mrs. Wade Galloway has re
turned to Cullowliee after a few
w»*cks’ visit ill this section.
Robert Mackey and family vis
ited Mrs. Eli/idbeth Scruggs of
Little Mary, daughter of James
Cox, is sick.
Mrs. Jerry McCall of Davidson
River spent Saturday night with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Vanes Smathers and family spent
the day at John Lyday’s quite re
Glade Creek people have been at
tending the revival at the union
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