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FRIDAY, MARCH 14th, 1919.
THE BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C.
Have You a Home?
If you do not have a Home,
come and let us sell you one.
If you do own a Home, come
and have us INSURE it.j
Two of the most sensible things
that you can do: secure a home
and protect it.
GALLOWAY (8h MINNIS
Real Estate ondllnsurance Agents
Seeing is Believing
Come to our grocery store and let us
show you our grand stock of
A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY MADE-
We are out of the high-rent-district,
and in these war-ridden times it behooves
all of us to save every penny. We want
your business and will appreciate it when
we get it. Come in and let us get ac
R. P. Kilpatdck
GROCERIES, NOTIONS AND SHOES
Phone 141 Near Depot. Brevard, N. C.
Brevard Lumber Co.
WE HAVE IN A CAR LOAD 6f
THE BEST FERTILIZER NOW-
GOOD FOR ALL CROPS—GARDEN
WE WILL SELL THE CELEBRAT-
ED COON BRAND AGAIN THIS
YEAR. USE FERTILIZER ON YOUR
CROPS AND THEN WATCH THEM
WE HAVE A FULL ASSORT
MENT OF BUILDING MATERIAL ON
FRANK JENKINS, Manager
Phone 120 Close to Depot
Departments—College Preparatory, Normal, Music, Business. Do
mestlc Art, Household Economics, Agriculture.
An departments are directed by teachers with special training and
lartt experience. They know their business.
nllneiioM of the Institute are alone worth the cost of tuition.
Opim OH September 5.
Corn whiskey caused bad trouble
at Reed’s Siding, Saturday night be
tween Neil Prince and Dillia Fisher,
Fisher being stabbed serioualy by
Prince about 2 o’clock Sunday morn
ing. J. Z. Stroupe, policeman of
Rosman and R. K. Powell were called
to the scenc of the tragedy to arrest
Prince. They reached Prince’s resid
ence about 6:30 and found him in
bed asleep. They returned to Ros
man on the 8:36 train and had Prince
before Justice E. M. Whitmire, who
committed him to jail and he was
carried to Brevard on the evening
train to await the spring term of crim
inal court, which begins April 14th.
Dr. English reports Fisher in a seri
Stroupe and Powell made a raid in
the Reeds Siding community which re
sulted in the capture of a large Block
ade distillery of 100 gallon capacity,
near the Gulch on Toxaway river,
about four miles southeast of Lake
Toxaway. They destroyed about 500
gallons of beer and one large stand of
Edna Ellen, the seven months old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Mc
Call died March 6, of pneumonia.
They have the deep sympathy of ‘all,
in the loss of their only daughter.
Rev Manley preached a very help
ful sermon here Sunday. He will sup
ply this church for six months— and
we hope for a number of years.
Norma Chapman attended the
teachers’ meeting at Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Fisher went to
Wilkes Reid from Rosman visited
his father and mother on Sunday.
Maxie Reece came from Pisgah For
cst to spent the week-end at home.
M. O. McCall has moved back here
from Calvert. Dilliard Fisher was
very seriously hurt Saturday nij'ht.
It is hoped that he will recover.
Long Live the Brcvanl News
Sunday St-hool is projrressing nice
ly at the Union Chapel.
Miss Beatrice Morris and brother,
Waverloy, are visiting relatives at
Woo(iro\v and Canton N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Warrior McCall of
Easley, S. C. spent last week at the
home of Mrs. McCall’s father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert En.u:lish.
We are glad to say that Miss Ker
mis Bainard who has quite ill, at
home, is improving and hopes to take
up her studies soon at Fruitland,
where she has been a student before
Misses Minnie and Stella McCall
of Greenville S. C. spent the week
end visiting at the home of Miss Etta
Mrs. J. W. Morris spent last week
at Blantyre visiting her grand-daugh
ter, Miss Evelyn King.
Miss Arietta McCall and brother,
Dewey, spent the week-end with re
latives in this section.
Arthur Smith of Brevard section
was in this section last Sunday.
The many friends of Mrs. Virgil
Ray will regret to hear of her death
w'hich occurred last Sunday at the
hospital in Greenville, S. C. She had
been ill for the past few weeks with
the flu. She is survived by her hus
band, her mother and father; Mr. and
Mrs. John Radford, two brothers and
J. Z. stroupe, Chief of Police, and
R. K. Powell, Deputy sheriff wade a
raid, la^ Friday on the moon Iiiners
of the Old Toxaway settlement. They
found a large outfit containing five
big fermenters and 500 gallons of
beer, which was made of cotton seed
meal. They destroyed the complete
outfit with the exqeption of the still
and worm, which they could not find.
Stroupe and Powell leave to-mor
row for Federal Court at Asheville
wher they are witnesssess in several
The Junior Auxiliary Literary
Society will have a public debate at
the Rosman School House, Friday
night March 14. Question for discus
sion; Resolved that the Constitution
of the United States should be so
amended as to allow women to vote
under the same qualifications as men.
Speakers for the affirmative: A. M.
White and W. L Reece.
Speakers for the negative:
A. C. Current and E. E. Neill. The
school will have some songs and help
to make the meeting interesting.
Th Junior Order United American
Mechanics invite you and hope to see
the house full.
Wilk Reid, A. M. Pharr, A. C. Cur
rent and A. W. White are on the
John Fisher has returned to his
home at Lake Toxaway from France.
Our school is improving nicely.
The people are all well except for
P. Mason Fields is very ill with
G. W. Whitmire and wife paid W.
M. Meece and wife a visit Sunday.
Had a very nice prayer meeting
at Uncle Tim Galloway’s Sunday.
Avery and Tudar Morgan are
hauling crossties to the top of the
G. W. Whitmire and Mr. Tom Lance
from Old Toxaway are hauling cord-
wood from Old Toxaway.
We are having plenty of rain and
mud. I see the Ford cars are not all
“stuck up” They pass through our
burg very often.
Wilford Galloway and Johnie
Cook are wearing a pleasant smile
today. They caught five muskrats in
their traps, this moring.
Mrs. J. M. Zachary and daughter,
Eila, visited the former’s brother,
Paul Brooks of Rosman N. C. Feb.
26, who was seriously hurt while
working on the Gloucester Co. R. R.
Milton Eatson visited his cousin,
Enge Gillispie, Saturday night.
John Fisher who has recently re
turned from France, visited his cousin
Mrs. T. P. Galloway.
Mrs. Bert Cooke made a business
trip to Asheville last week.
J. M. Zachary had a fine horse to
fall dead while hauling on the farm.
.\lthough he has bought two more
Mr. and Mrs. Leander Gillispie vis
ited Miss Victoria Gillespie on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Southern of
Taylors S. C. visited their neice, Mrs.
Edith Galloway Feb 26 on their w^ay
to see her sick mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
W. M. G.
There Can be No Doubt About Re
sults in Brevard.
Results tell the tale.
All doubt is removed.
The testimony of a Brevard citizen
can be easily investigated.
What better proof can be had?
Mrs. C. D. Davis, Main St., Brevard,
says: *‘I had a bad case of kidney
trouble some time ago. My back was
weak and when I would bend over
sharp pains shot through me. I often
got dizzy and black specks came be
fore my eyes. Mornings I was lame
and sore and didn’t feel like doing
much. I heard of Doan’s Kidney
Pills and they made me feel much
fetter. Continued use entirely cured
me of this trouble.”
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan’s Kidney Pills—^the same
that Mrs. Davis had. Foster-Milbuni
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
“Seek and ye shall find*
through the Diversified columii.
3Ir. Georgre E. Ijrw, 13V& North
Franklin St., Brazil, Indiana, has
a word of cheer for sufferers
from LaGrippe and its results.
Ijiquld or Tablet Form
Read His> Letter
“I have suffered for the last
two winters with that terrible
disease, l<aGrippe. Having often
heard of the g^reat value of Pe-
runa I decided to try it. I bave
only used four botttes and I do
not now liave any bad effccte
from the Grippe as it has just
about entirely disappeared, and
my greacral health is good. I am
satisfied, that Peruna is a won
derful remedy, and I do most
heartily endorse and recommend
it for LaGrippe.”
Good Tires Speed
No car is better than its tires.
And time lost through tire troubles cannot
Good tires are the best practical guarantee
of your car’s continuous and economical
United States Tires are good tires—^the best
tires our 76 years of experience in the rubber
business have taught us to make.
You have your choice of five different
types for passenger car or light delivery use—
‘Nobby’, ‘Chain’, ‘Usco’, ‘Plain’, and the
famous ‘Royal Cord*.
There is also the ‘Nobby Cord’ for heavy-
duty vehicles, as well as the Solid Truck Tire.
Among these good tires you will find,
exactly the treads best suited to your car and
your driving conditions.
Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer
will gladly point them out to you.
United States Tires
are Good Hres
For Sale By FARMERS SUPPLY CO.
“The Sanitary Market”
The City Market is now under new
management and will appreciate the pa
tronage of all old customers and solicits
We are going to carry oiily the best fresh
and cured peats. AU ^ur fresh meats will
be home raised^" We will also carry every
thing in the way of cWntry produce and
will pay the highest casfi price for butter,
Give Us a Gall
W. J. SMITH| Propmetor