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FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919
THE BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C.
sealed in its wax-
wrapped pad^tie. air>
tight, imparity proof—|
is iiyfiienic and wiioie*'
somel. Tfie soody
tiiafs good for young
The Flavor Lasts
TO BE mAKGED
Public Treasury Will Be Relieved
of Burden of [Vleeting Deficits
EDITORS’ POLl. IN CONGRESS.
Heavy Vote for Return of Roads
Arouses Interest at the Na
Be core to ttt
Look for llM
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When you think of Electricity, think of
If anything goes wrong with your lights,
If you need wiring done, remember
If you need Electric Supplies of any kind
L. C. LOFTIS, Electrician.
Ite CITY MARKET
Is the best place in town to get the best of
EVERYTHING to eat. The best of Fresh
and Cured Meats, Chickens, Eggs, Butter
and Vegetables are to be found here at all
We will pay the highest cash price for
all kinds of Country Produce.
THE CITY MARKET
W. H. DUCICWORTH S. F. ALLISON
A. M. WHITE
U. G. WOODWARD
Announcing the Chevrolet
White & Woodward of Rosman wish to an
nounce that they have accepted the agency for The
Chevrolet Cars and wiH deliver, right to your door, a
touring car for $835.09 and a roadster for 825.00. Re
member we deliver right here. Notify us for demon
Washlnjrton.—Tlie national poll on
the railroad question by G.000 news
paper editors throughout the country
has aroused groat interest at the na
tional capital. With S3 per cent. oC
the editors giving it as their Impartial
opinion that the public favors an early
return of the railroads to their own
ers and only 11 per cent, favoring Gov
ernment ownership or operation, the
members of Congress of both polit
ical parties propose to provide speed
ily for the legislation to make It pos-
sil)le to restore tlie roads to private
management before the end of tiie
In Congress there is a general agree
ment that the following steps will have
to be taken before the roads are re
turned to their owners;
1. An advance In rates to meet the
greatly increased cost of labor and
materials in order that the Public
Treasury may be relieved of the bur
den of meeting monthly deficits and
the roads made self-supporting. The
Director General of liailroads states
that the increase in rates thus far is
about 25 per cent, as compared with
an increase in .operating costs of from
GO to 90 per cent.
2. Greater nationalization of public
control of transportation—a single
public control in the Federal Govern
ment in place of 49 masters in the dif
ferent States, with conflicting laws
3. Legalization of consolidations and
common use of lines and facilities
whenever in the public- Interest.
4. Assurance through an act of Con
gress that in the future the Govern
ment will approve of rates for freight
and passengers that will not only l>e
fair to the public, but fair to -the roads,
and that will yield a sufficient income
on capital to attract the $750,tK)0,000
to $1,000,000,000 of new caph^l need
ed every year for the expansion of rail
How the States voted in the nation
al poll of editors on the question of
the return of the railroads to private
management is shown by the following
chart. That the railroad question is a
non-partisan issue is plain from a
study of the table:
SCHOOL BONDS OFFERED FOR
SALE, Brevard, N. C.
Catheys Creek district number three
school bonds, for sale 30 days after
On the date of June 11 last past
Cfitheys Creek school district number
three, Catheys Creek Township, Tran
sylvania County, N. C. voted *a $10,
000.00 bond issue under the “State
wide Bond Act For School Buildings.”
The issue is to run not exceeding 20
years from date of bond issue. The
tax levy is not to exceed 15 cents
on the $100.00 valuation of property
and 45 cents on each taxable poll in
said district. A sinking fund will be
provided in order to pay the bonded
indebtness in fulll at the expiration
of twenty years. The assessed val
uation of the district is approx
imately $1,000,000.00. The popula
tion of said district is approximately
1,000 people. The district carries
no other bonded indebtness. The
principal and interest pf the said bond
issue are to be paid at a place agreed
upon. As the law provides the rato
of interest cannot exceed 6 per cent
payable semi-annually. It is desired to
sell bonds at as low a rate of interest
as possible. Accrued interest on the
bond issue desirtd with as high a
premium as the bidder can aflFord to
give. The bond issue is to be dated
June 11 last past. Please submit
your bids in writing to the County
Superintendent of Public Instruction
for acceptance or rejection by the
County Board of Edi^cation of Tran-
j ylvania County, N. C. on the last Mor
I day in July next. Bids to be opened
I in office of Board at 2 P. M. July 28
inext. County Board of Education,
I Edwin Poor, Chm.; A. F. Mitchell
! Secy. June 17, 1919 5tc.
I TH* RDOGCEut,
Rosman, N. C..
■ FAVORING RETURN OF ROADS TO OWNERS
m OPPOSING RETURN OF ROADS TO OWNERS
CD DOUBTFUL OR FAILED TO REPLY
NEW TIRE PRICES
60 PER CENT OFF
By Having your old Tires Retreaded.
We reduce your tire bill more than half
with Non-Skid Retreads.
All kinds of tire repair work done—Vul
canizing a Specialty.
We guarantee satisfaction and service. ^
We make a specialty of Out-of-Town
Business. , .
SEND US YOUR TIRES
We will get them back to you in three
STETSON TIRE CO.
Asheville, N. C.
ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN
YOUR FOOD. WE USE THE BEST
DRUGS OBTAINABLE IN FILLING
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS, AND THEY
ARE ALWAYS FILLED BY A COM
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES, IN FACT
EVERYTHING KEPT IN A FIRST-
CLASS DRUG STORE.
DAVIS-WALKER DRUG CO.
Successors to DUCKWORTH DRUG CO.
Main Si. BREVARD, N. C. Phone 85
Men and Boys!
We can clothe you from head to foot
in clothing to suit this hot weather.
We have a nice line of Palm Beach
and ‘‘Kool Cloth'’ suits, light-weight un
derwear, white canvas shoes and oxfords,
and straw and panama hats. .
Our line of dress shirts are superior
to any that has ever been sh9wn in Bre
Weilt’s Gents’ Stori
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
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Brevard Hardware Co*
Don't Order C. Doyle
WHY BUY BREAD OUT OF
TOWN WHEN YOU CAN GET
MORE BREAD AND BETTER
BREAD FOR THE SAME
MONEY AT YOUR HOME
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EVER SALIVATED BY
Calomel Is Ouicksilver and Acts
Like Dynamite on
Calomel loses you a day! You know
what calomel is. It’s mercury; quicksilver.
Calomel is dangerous. It crashes into sonr
tile like dynamite, cramping and sicken
ing you. Calomel attacks the bones and
should never be put into your system.
When you feel bilious, sluggish, consti
pated, and all knocked out and believe
you need a dose of dangerous calomel just
remember that your druggist sells for a
few cents a large^ottle of Dodson’s Liver
Tone, which is entirely vegetable and
pleasant to take and is a perfect substi
tute for calomel. It is guaranteed t<>
start your liver without stirring you up
inside, and can not salivate.
Don’t take calomel! It makes ycu c*'^k
the next day; it loses you a day’s wurli.
Dodson’s Liver Tone straightens you
right up and you feel great. Give it t®
the children because it is perfectly harm-
ess and doesn’t gripe.—Advertisement.
■ "FAKE” /CPIRIN^
Therefore Insist Upon Gen
uine “Bayer Tablets
of Aspirin” ^
Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tab
lets were sold by a Brooklyn mana>
facturer which later proved to be
composed mainly of Talcum Powder.
“Bayer Tablets of Aspirin” the true,
grenuine, American made and Ameri
can owned Tablets arte marked witb
the safety “Bayer Cross.”
Ask for and then insist upon ‘‘Bay
er Tablets of Aspirin” and always
buy them in the original Bayer pack
age whicn contains ilroper directions
Aspirin is the trade mark of Baysr
Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester
• of Salicylicacid.