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FM«B<ia of Carl ^^purdiii
see him in Brevard again «ft«r !|iis
ip across the deep b^ie whire lie
Aiel^d wlup the Hnns.
O. H. Orr of MatUiews, N. C. is in
Brevard for the summer.
Mr. and ^rs.^ J* > S> &urclay, Who
have* occupied the summer home of
Mrs. J. F. Hen^ during the winter,
have returned to Chestnut Hill Farms
where they will be for the summer.
C. B. Deaver has been attending
^Federal Court in Asheville for tiie
past few days. / ' ^
Rev. J. C. Seagle has returned from
a stay-of two weeks in Asheville.
Ml^s Eliza Wallis has returned
larleston, S. C. where she was
the' guest of Miss Septima Holmes
for a week.
Arthur Cooper of Eto#ah, R-1 was
in town Tuesday to see Dr. English
in regard to his little son who had
the misfortune to get a tobacco tag
lodged in his throat. The little fellow
suffered considerably at first and fin
ally swallowed the tag. It is hoped
that no serious result will follow.
J. M. Browne of Atlanta was a
business visitor here this week., •.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson of Asheville spent
the week-end here.'
Missess Mildred Bryant and Irene
McMinn have returned from Ashe
ville where they were the guests of
R. E. Lawrence has returned from
Raleigh where he went in connection
'With his work as a farm agent.
Phof. S. A. Gruber, of Marion, N.
C., is a guest at the Hotel Crary.
Henry Loop w^as a Hendersonville
visitor here this week.
W. E. Breese, Jr. has returned to
his home from a short stay in Ashe*
Rev. W. H. Knight preached at the
Davidson River Presbyterian Church
on Sunday afternoon.
A. E. Hampton spent several days
last week in Asheville.
W. P. Grogan has arrived from
Florida where he has been employed
by the Coast Line R. R. during the
past winter. Mr. Grogan will be here
f(Tr the summer.
Prof. and Mrs. J. B. Summey have
arrived from Apex, N. C. for the
summer. Prof. Summey is principal
of the Apex High School.
Misses Nettie and Florrie Wise of
Atlanta are guests at Norwood House.
Mrs. J. E. Shipman of Henderson
ville and her guest, Miss Minnie Ar-
ledge of Columbus, N. C., visited
Brevard friends tjjis week. Miss
Arledge is Mrs. Shipman’s sister.
Lt. J. D. Beveridge, who has made
many friends here during his frequent
visits to Brevard during the past year,
has been appointed manager of the
Salvation Army Drive in Western
North Carolina. Lt. Bveveridge serv
ed twenty months in the trenches and
since Stis return from France has giv-
en m^t of his time to the various
phases of war work in this counti*y.
IHb is a very convincing speaker and
will doubtless put the Salvation Army
over the top in this section. His
headquarters during the campaign
will be in Asheville.
Miss Mary Jane King went to Ashe-
•ville on Friday for a short stay.
F. A. Miller was an Asheville visitor
here last week. "
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Reynolds and
a party of friends from Atlanta, who^
Are motoring thru this section, speni
a few hours here on Saturday.
H. N. Siler was here from Greei
boro, N. C. for a short stay recent
^Mrs. S J. AlHson ls very tU at the
MftHuon hospKM in Ashev^. , Mr.
Al)iaon left for Asheville Wi^w^y
irfteraoon and latest' ad^cM to ,^i;r
friends here state that Mrs. Allilio^
•is no better.. *
The ijMuiy friends of J.. A. Miljer
are glad to see him back from Ashe-
ville wh^re he has been under* treat
ment for some time at the Biltmore
Rev. imd Mrs. C. E. Puett are in
Atlanta this week attending the ses
sions of the' Southern Baptist Con-’
Mrs. G. C. Kilpatrick has returned
from a visit to Cincinnati. i
J. P. Knox of Johnson, City, Tenn.,
R. E. Bruce, J. P. Casey> Jr., and
W. H. Cashin of Pickens, S. C., and
T. J. Dohnahoe of Chicago left on
Tuesday after a week Spent fishing in
Pisgah Forest. ^
P. E. Bellotte and T. R. Bellotte
of Greenville, and S. B. Mellen of
Atlanta are here for a few days fish
ing in PisgiA Forest.
M. L. Reid of Asheville spent Wed
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Abney, Miss J.
Engle, and J. R. Abney of Greenville
were at the Aethelwold for the week.
Russell D. Kemer of Charlotte was
a business visitor here this week.
Sirs. ft. A. Dougherl^' and 4ier
danger. Miss Ruth ]>bQi^erty, have
-arrived from Miami, Fla., and twill
occupy the Boyden house, ^is sUm>
iner. . . _
' S. H. Robinson of Charlotte was in
town looking after hia property re
cently. , * -
The Work Meeting ofthe Auxittary
of the Baptist'chur«^ will/meet with
Mrs. G. L. Glasener’ Tuesday,^ May
20, ^ 3:30 p. ih.
Rev. J. R. Hay took ’part at Hen
dersonville last Sunday > in tl^ in
stallation of Rev. J. L. Ligon as' piis-
.tor of the Presbyterian church at that
Una, m Sesiionr
Aapf^vidiBdln Hhm 8tate*vfide &»iid
Act tot School Bvildwgt C*In: tiia
General Assembly read thr^ times
and ratified this the day of Feb>
ruary, 1916.** ~ Effective from and
after ra^cati<m. See 1916, c. 66;
1917, c. 142;, Cl" 286) the County
Board of Education of T^ansylvairia
County, Noru CaroUna at w«vard,
N. Q., in regular session ^is the 6th
day of< |fay« 1019, do petition yonr
honorable lM>dy to call an election
after due notice as provided for’ in
the aforesaid State-wide Bond Act
to ascertain whe&er the votors in
Catheya Creek Township disMct num
ber Wee, TramylVania. County,
Mrs. W. P. Whitmire, • a
resident of'Brevard now of
jsonville, has recently been
aecrctary of the Woman’s
W. s. Hutchison of
was in town Monday.
O, H. Bunch of Morristown, Tenn.
was a business visitor here this week.
R. F. Lester was an Asheville vis
itor here this week.
H. A. Plummer is carrying his left
eye, which is seriously affected with
rhumatism,.in a sling.
IF YOU , CANT FIND IT GO TO
Heffry Loop, manager of the Hen
dersonville Opera House, who made
many friends in this county while
connected with the NeVrs, recently,
was in town Monday for the purpose
of advertiseing ‘‘THE HICKORY
NUTS”. A company of thirty-six
men and two war brides of the “Old
Hickory Division” (30th—Division
which broke the Hindenburg line.)
This is one of the greatest laugh
ing shows on the road and has been
the sensation in all the large cities
of the South where it has been staged
since the boys of this famous division
arrived back in the States. Real
soldiers; real performers, company of
363 decorated, 17 wounded—10 acts
—orchestra of 16. Mr. Loop is to be
congratulated for securing this at
traction and we dare say quite a large
number of the good»people of Tran
sylvania county will either attend the
afternoon or night performance. For
further information see the half page
ad in this issue of the NEWS.
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iliff bond* to ^ tmf4iwii*>
Mttd doto» fojr tlMl |NBip9aa.ef-NiM-
ing • modem schoolho«ai,c aod fmtr
Hune wftli soitsb le M^jpmcflit.
The .amount of bonds to M &
in the event the electiito caiiiM ■h«n
h« teiithomaad aoflanr, and irate of
interest they aire to, bear shall not
be more th^aix cent pei^ an
num, payiblfelnmt-fimaiAy, And tlie
length of time the bonds are to ran
shall hot be more than twenty years,
•nd the nmnmnm tax that may 'be
levied shall not exceed fifteen cents
on the one hundred dollars property
and foi^fivo' cents on tibs poU.
COUNTO BOARD OF EDUCA
TION, TRANiSYLVANIA COUN
TY,. NORTtt CAROLINA. '
, _ EDWIN 'POOR Chairmm,
A. F. MITCHELL. Secreta^.
THE BEST BEEF
PORK GO TO SLEDGE’S.
MONDAV; TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
MAY I9III, ?0 and 21.
Baby Doll Co.”
PRESENTING MUSICAL FARCE
THE BABY DOLL TRIO, HARMONY
singer:^. TOM MEREDITH, Com-
edian; LUCILE SEYMOUR, Blue Sing*
er; JIMMIE SEYMOUR, Tenor Soloist;,
CLAREWCE PRITCHARD, Blackface.
¥ GIRLS, ELABORATE
DROBE, SIN6ING AND
MISSION 35 and 50 CENTS
OF PR06RAM EACH BAY.
We Pay the War T<« '
A Modem Di^ Store
At Your Door
Mafl your Oilers to us—Par
cel Postpaid on all orders amount-
ing to 50 cents or more.
Everything in Drugs. ,
Morgan’s Drug Store
Rosm'an, N. C.
are giyinsr satisfaction to
hundreds of people^ ot
‘Western North' Ci^roUniU
These people are praifdnir'
our work to their fiends
and kinfolk, because—
We back up our Eye-
glaaa work with Resulta
See Robinwm—See Bettar
DR. S. ROBINSON
The Eyesight l^ecwlist
**Look for Thu
78 Patton Ave., AsheTiile, N. C.
, Note—I will be in Brevard
again at an early date.
Write me now for an
SLEDGE HANDLES ALL KINDS
OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
K. J. Reynolds
You c^’t help cutting loose joy*us
remarks every time you flush youf
smokespot with Prince Albert—^it hits
you SO fair and square. It’s a scuttle full of jimmy'
pipe and cigarette makin’s sunshine and as ^tisfy-
ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-four!
It’s never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-
pasture! For, P. A. is trigger-ready to give you more
tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer.
That*s because it has the quality. *
Quick as you know Prince Albert you’ll v<n*ite it down
that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat.
And, it never will! For, our exclusive patented proc^
cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue!
Toppy red bagM, titfy red tintp handMOUiM pound ond luJf pound fm
hamidor9—and—ihat clever, practical pound epfstal ^aaejumudor wth ^
tponge moutenar top that keep* the tobacco in each perfect condition^
R. J, Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. CL
A Square Deal
Is exactly what you will receive if you are
iu'the market for any kind of printing from
a small visiting or business card up to a lairge
book. Yes, we take orders for engraving
and rubber stamps. We guarantee ourprint-
ing. Send us your orders.
Brevard Printery .
Wm.^. BA^D, Manager / .
PHONE NO.. 7