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Rosmati Section of The Brevard News
MRS. CLAUDE GLAZBNER, Editor
GIRLS WIN HONORS
IN ROSMAN HIGH
Irene Pharr, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Pharr, outstanding senior
of Rosman High school, has won the
place of Valedictorian of her class, ac
cording to a recent announcement
from the office of the Supt G. C.
Bush, with a scholastic average of
1)8.7 for the first three years and six
months of her high school career.
Irene has made the highest record of
all her 16 class-mates and is entitled
to deliver the Valedictory Message on
April 22, 1932. The class is very
proud of the author of this- address as
she has won her place without ques
tion scholastically. Irene did not win
this place without toil, for she has
never been satisfied with her lesson
preparation until it was the best she
could prepare it each day. She work
ed both early and late from the be
ginning of her high school career
until the end. She has never missed
but four days during high school. She
has been considered a real student
by every instructor in the high school
since she entered it four years ago.
In the year of 1930 Irene took the
Business Course and was Valedictor.
ian of her class in Typewriting, mak
ing an average of 50.8 words per
minute. This course was taken in con
nection with her regular high school
course. Since entering the high school
Irene has not only excelled in her
class worK. but hus been prominent in
many of the school's activities,- lead
ing her class in social life. According
to her instructors, Irene lta^'done ex
cellent work for four full years of
school, has been a dependable and
likeable student in every branch of
her work, and hns won for herself tho
admiration of her class and friends.
Miss LaVerne Whitmire, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jordon Whitmire,
ranked very close to Irene Pharr,
r.nking very creditable grades, but
pursued the study of music for the
entire duration of her h;gh school
course. She won a D. A. R. medal in
history in tho 7th grade. All during
hc-r school career she was always a
studious, trustworthy girl, always
wearing a smile whenever you meet
her. I a Verne has never missed but
three <lavs during her high school
career. Two of those days of absence
were caused by an auto wreck.
It is doubtful whether any pupil
in W stern N'orth Carolina has made
a h?ttev average on 5 subjects than
LaVerne Whitmire and Irene Pharr
Mrs. S. E. Whitmire is spending
some time with her daughter, Mrs.
J. A. Cannon, of Pickens, S. C.
Mr. and Sirs. W. A. Wilson were!
Brevard visitors Friday
Walter Glazener and Girtha Wat-'
kins visited the former's sister, Mrs.
Steve Furgerson. at Waynesville hos
pital, Tuesday of last week.
Bill Jackson returned home Wed
nesday of last w^ek after spending
a few weeks in Charlotte.
Craig Whitmire made a business
trip to South Carolina Tuesday.
Paul Whitmire of the Calvert sec
tion has been ill with mastoid trouble
for several days, but is improved. |
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hudson, of
Pickens, spent the week-end as the
guests of Mrs. Hudson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. E. Masters, of East Fork
section. - Mr. Masters returned to (
Pickens with them Monday.
Greene in the Glou
..Kerraii Hall. iiUm
Sunday asnl^PRnii Mrs. Maggie
Hall, of Greenville, who is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. H. G. Stophel.
Mrs. Walt Petit was taken to
Franklin hospital Friday where she
underwent an operation for appendi
citis, _ |
Liurt McLean was a visitor in
Uncle Jim Powell is seriously ill at
his home in the Shoal Creek section.
Mrs. Tom Gillespie and daughter,
Louise, and son, Melvin, of Brevard,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rice
Wednesday of last week.
The Rev. E.E. Yates filled his regu
lar appointment at Toxaway church
Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. and Sun
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. John O'Shield is back from
Franklin hospital and is much im
The Rev. G. E. Keller and Mrs.
Keller spent Sunday in Brevard witfc
Mr. C. E. Leathers and daughter,
Pauline, were business visitors to
Brevard Saturday. I
G. W. Curtis left Monday for his
home in Old Fort after conducting a
three week's revival at the Wesley an
M. E. church in Brevard.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McClure and
family are spending a few days with
Mr. McClure's mother, who is very
ill at Chesney, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson were (
Asheville visitors one day last week.
Rev. E. E. Yates will fill his ap-J
polntment Sunday at Selica at 2 P. M.
and at the Rosman M. E. fchurch at i
11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Charlie Jones, of Asheville, is;
spending a few days here .
Ruby Owen, a senior of Rosman'
high school, returned to school Mon
day having suffered throat trouble
for five weeks.
Mise Mae White spent Saturday
night and Sunday as guest of Miss'
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fisher and fam
ily spent Saturday night as guests of J
Mr. and Mrs. L. ft. Fish?r.
Mrs. J. 8. Wilkerscn and Beulah !
Moore w*re Brevard visitors Sato*-!
S. H. Mingns was called to Comely
Springs Sunday on account of tlio
illness of his mother. Be was accom
j ROSMAN SCHOOL NEWS
Seventh Grade Has Charge ]
The seventh grade had ' charge oi
capel last Friday, Feb. 19. The name
ox the play given was "Aunt Maria's
Visit." Cast of characters was as fol
Mr. and Mrs. Long, a young mar
ried couple, G. C. McCluiv and Mar
garet Glazener; Mrs. Barry, their
house keeper, Millie Allison; Mrs.
Maria Lemp, Mrs. Long's- aunt, Mary
Morgan; Kate, Mrs. Lemp's maid,
Paulino Sutton; Mr. Alonzo Hale,
Mr. Long's uncle, Everett Whitmire;
Sambo, Mrs. Halt's servant, Billie
The class snng a song, entitled
"Just Singing Along." Many visitors
Millie Allison, 7th grade.
Just the other morning, when I
awoke, I heard the birds singing
gaily, outside. I knew right then that
;s wouldn't be long until spring would
be with us again. I will certainly be
glad when that happy season arrives,
ior 1 like to see the flowers bloom,
and the trees and the grass turn
green, and the crops begin to grow.
WILEY GALLOWAY, Gfh grade.
New' Books in Our Library
We have just received a large num
ber of books from the North Caro
lina Circulating Library. Thei^ are
books about almost anything we' care
to read about and they are very in
teresting. Wo can get "a new one
every day, if we "are able to read
them that rapidly.
1IAZLE MOORE, 6th grade.
? tfxtra Books
Friday afternoon Mr. Kimzey came
to our room and said he had re
ceived some books from Raleigh
which we might read.
Wo formed in line, went to his
room, and picked out the book we
wanted. We are all enjoying the
books very much, but we can keep,
hem only a short time, for they art
to travel from school to school.
IIATTIE LEE McCALL, 5th grade.
A Likeness of Washington
On the side of Chimney Rock is a
'ikeness of George Washington,
lather and first president of ouv
country. It resembles his statue so
much that many people call it
George Washington. No one knows
what caused its formation. Perhaps
it was there before Washington was
EULA MAE MORRIS, 6th grade.
Figeona are very tame, they will
eat out of your hand. They look very
pretty as they flutter about in the
sun. Their feathers change color
when the sunlight falls upon them.
Pigeons eat worms, com bread and
seeds. They build their nests in
homos we build for them.
BETTY LOU McCLURE, 4th grade.
panied there by Lon Chapman and
Miss Jane Gal.oway was a Satur
day dinner guest of .Mrs. E. D. Ran
A. M. Paxton, Jr., of Brevard,
spent Sunday nicM as the gues^a^
Charlos6laze"^ *? "*?
H^^H?W*F!jiazener and children
airs. Glazener's daughter,
ivu's. Steve Furgcrson, at Waynesville
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilkerson and
i daughter, Bert, and Beulah Moore
were Asheville visitors Tuesday of
Miss Maxie Moore spent Monday
night as the guest of her cousin, Miss
j Anne Moore, of Cherryfield.
A large number of young folks took
part in a serenade at the new home
of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman of the
i Caivert section, Monday night.
Mrs. Claude Kilby left last week
for Kingsport, Tenn., to spend some
time with Mr. Kilby who is employed
| Mr. and Mrs. Memory Mull and
daughter, Viola, of Brevard, spent
'Sunday as the guest of Mrs. Mull's
j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mor
i Mrs. Mr.ry Randolph has returned
: to Mrs. Gu3 King's on East Fork
Rafter spending several days here
. visiting friends and relatives.
| Miss Willie Davis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis, of Biltmore,
'and Lawrence Lyday, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Lyday of Rosman, were
quietly married Monday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Moore, with the Rev. C. J. Eldridge
?JOINT HOSTESSES ENTERTAIN
Mrs. M. C. Summeral and Mrs. W.
A. Wilson entertained at their home
Friday night with .two tables of
bridge. Refreshments of candy, sand
wiches and coffee were served dur
ing the evening.
The marriage took place Monday,
to Mr, Loyd Brysen wag a distinct
surprise to friends and relatives here.
The farriage took place Monday,
February 22, at the home of the Rev.
J. E. Burt, with Rev. Burt perform
ing the ceremony.
The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. William .Juokaon and
giaduated wit hth? class of *29 in I
Rosman high school. j
Tho groom is the son of Mr. and,
Mrs. Bob Bryson, of Sapphire, N. C.
My Pet Raccoons
Almost "three years ago, Daddy
brought home three baby raccoons
i that had been left in the woods with
out a mother. We kept them in a
I small box at first but now we have
ihem in a large pen made of wire so
they can play and get exercise. 1
feed them corn bread, sweet potatoes,
! persimmons, chestnuts, acrons, and
i meats. One of them will take food
ifroni my hand .if I am alone, but if
j a stranger is with me it runs to its
[bed and will not come out until we
|i>. II. WINCHESTER, Jr.. 4th grade.
A Family of Birds.
Once upon a time there were four
birds, the father bird, the mother bird
i and two baby birds. One day while
; the father bird was gone to hunt
| food and the mother bird was off her
' nest, two boys crime by and tore
| down the nest. When the mother bird
:saw them she began flying at them
The mother birds will always fight
for their babies.
ENMLLE, CHAPMAN, 3rd grade.
1 I know a little animal that has soft
i gray fur and n long bushytail that
: curls up on his back.
? He lives mostly on nuts. He gath
ers enough in the fall to live on in
He makes his home in a hollow
tree or in holes in the ground.
Can you guess who this animal is?
He is a friskv grav squirrel.
RUTH RICE, 3rd grade.
The First Flog
! Betsy Ross made the first flag,
i George Washington told her how to
| The flag had thirteen stars. The
stars had five points.
| Betsy Ross sewed well. She made a
i pretty flag. George Washington
I thanked her for making the flag.
EDNA ALLISON, 2nd grade.
' George Washington was born Feb
?ruary the tweny-second. He was kind
,nnd brave. He was very truthful. He
.'obeyed his parents. He was our first
I HAZEL BARRETT, 2nd grade.
A New Red Hatchet
When George Washington was a
boy he had a new red hatchet. He
saw a cherry tree in the garden.
He tried out his new hatchet to sec
if it would cut. It cut down the fine
GLEN WINCHESTER. 2nd grade.
i First Grade
i The first grade has learned much
| about George Washington. The les
isons learned were "Loyalty." "Truth
fulness," "Obedience" and "Kind
Miss Waters has told u? many
j things about George Washington. I
I have liked everyone that she has told
FOREST REESE, 1st grade.
I nVRIED LAST WEDNESDAY
I Rev. E. E. Yates<j^^.i!-t-^^'
ates, in Iredell county, las*
I ??cdnesday. She was the widow of
jj. A. Yates, who preceeded her to
; the grave nearly three years. Fun
i eral services were held' at the Society
church by the pastor Rev. D. A. Oak
lev and a former pastor Rev. <T. A
McSwain. Mrs. Yates was 82 years
ofd. Surviving are her children, Mrs.
J. A. Stroud, W. F. Yates, T. C.
I Yates, and the Rev, E. E Yates
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson announce
| the birth of twins, Tuesday, Feb. 33.
Misse.s Belle Fisher and Bessie
Glazener spent Saturday night as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harbin.
!i Blantyre Breezes j
j Mrs. W. 0. Moore and Miss Ruby*
: Hamilton visited Mrs. Lee Gash last
Mrs. Otho Scott and children visit
'ed Mrs. John, Reed Monday.
! B. A. Twichell made a business trip
to Brevard Monday.
Miss Belle Reed spent tha week-end
at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Morgan and
son, Bruc!, have returned from Bur
lington, N. J., where they have been
I the past few yea.rs,
! X T. Justus was in Brevard Mon
I Rov. Flave Holden will preach at
jBIantyro Sunday February 28, at 11
o'clock A. M.
Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter of Ilender
sonvllle visited Mrs. Carpenter's
mother, Mrs. Jones, at River Mount
| Farm., recently.
( Lee Gash was an Etowah visitor
i Mr. and Mrs, H. L. Setzer, of
; Candler, N. C., spent the week-end
with Mrs. Setzer'g parents, Mr, and
Mrs. John Reed.
Miss Ruby Hamilton called on Mrs.
Jones last Friday.
We like The Farm Page in ourj
! paper. It is valuable and instructive.
Boasting Bandits Cornered
Boasting they vrws "going to kill
s cop or two,"' three New York ban
dita made two robbborie^ successfully
on Saturday' but in a third ware
cornered by police T?ho shot and kil
led on ', ih'' other two escaping in a
hail of bullets.
HOMELAND PEOPLE !
LIKE NEWS STYLE!
The following letter has been re
ceived by T. W. Whitmire relative
to an advertisement planed in The
3revard News: !
Mr. T. W. Whitmire,
Brevard, N. C.
Dear Mr. Whitmire.
Congratulations on your advertise
ment This is "Hot stuff." well got.
ten up, well worded, and you are to
be congratulated on it.
! I am more sure than ever now
that we have a livewire in Brevard,
N. C., and want to assure you that we
are here to co-operate with you in ev
ery possible way to build up your
I have just noticed from your
[record card that every season since
you had the line, you are shewing ad
ditional business. In other words you
are progressing, and am sure that
nothing could be a better source of
satisfaction to you than this one
i Again congratulating you on your
ad, and w'th best wishes, 1 remain
Very truly yours,
j Homeland Tailoring Co., Inc.
B. D. COUKTRIGHT,
February 22, 1932.
Lake Toxaway News
Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding Mcintosh
and family of Brevard, visited Mr.
ar.d Mrs. L. C. Case last Sunday.
Rev. E. E. Yates of Kosman, filled
his regular appointment at the Meth
odist church Sunday and Sunday
L. C. Case and Chris Fisher was in
Brevard Tuesday of last week on bus
j Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCoy spent,
the week-end at Quebec with Mr. and
Mrs. John Robinson.
The friends of Miss Paulette Gil
lespie will be glad to know she is able
to be home after being sick in the
j Biltmore hospital for vthe past three
I Clyde Owen of Wolf Mountain
spent the week-end with his mother
Mrs. Kermit Hall.
I Mrs. A. H. Campbell of Mooresville,
N. C., is spending a few days with
1 her husband.
I Rev. E. E. Yates was dinner guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arrowood and
supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Williams last Sunday
O'Neil Owen spent the week-end
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Mrs. D. F. Gillespie spent Thurs
day of last week in Asheville.
j Cleon Wiliiams spent the week-end
at Dillsboro with his cousin Miss
i Mildred Williams.
L. C. Case, Jr., spent the week-end
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Campbell of
'Mooresville, N. C? was the guest of
iMr. and Mrs. W. W. Ray Monday,
j Walter McNeely spent the wee!;
end with his Barents Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. McNeely.
j Miss Willie Mae Fisher .'?pent the
iw-jek-end with Mrs. Chris
i Miss Doreen Lee whr^-is attending
school at Cullow^gfr-g^ent the wcek
<2$^^fr"*SerJparents Mr. and Mrs.
n. D. Lee.
Thomas Lee spent several <iays inst
week in Cullowhee visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Arrowood, Mrs.
C. C. Hall and Rev. E E Yates spent
last Sunday afternoon with Mrs. w.
W. Reid at Oakland.
Homer Chappel of Oakland, was
visiting in Toxaway last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McNeely an<j
children were Brevard visitors last
| Mrs. Bettio Moon and Children and
mother Mrs. Gilliam moved last Sat
lurday to Hazelwood, N. C,
Mr. Woods and family of Brevard
moved to Toxaway last week.
Miss Willie Cantrell of Rosir.an
was th^ week end guest of Mii.s Vir
Louise Jennings spent Friday night
of last week with Virginia Arrowood.
i Freda and Beverly Tolley were
very ill last week, but are improving
| The Lake Toxaway school gave a
.very interesting program Monday
'morning in celebration of George
Rev. E. E. Yates made a splendid
talk Sunday evening taking his text
:from the second chapter of St. Mark.
I think we all understand this pas
sage more cltarly since hearing his
interesting talk on it..
Martfn Arrowood spent last Satur
day night with Bunyon Owen.
Ifr. Car! Moltz and Edd Tolley
made a busines strip to Waynesville
i Mr. Richard Bryson of HendeT
sonville was the guest- of Mis9
'< Blanche Arrowood last Sai'urday.
We are very sorry to hear that our
former pastor's wife, Mrs. W. E. Ruf
| ty, is ill at Norburn hospital in Ashe
? ville. We wish her a speedv recovery.
; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thomas and
j small son spent Thursday night of
I last week with Mr. Thomas' sister,
Mrs. II. D. Lee
I MAYOR'S COURT
TEree cases were tried before
Mayor Ralph Ramsey during the past
'The town took a nol pros in the
case of Frank N orris, van Owen
and Warrior Owen charged with
Gaines Bower, for cursing in public
was fined $10.00, end costs. Bowen
tooTt sentence on ?Iie str&etfl in Keu |
of the fine. . - f
The caso of Lonard Wilson charged
dronl:ne'ss wf.s continued until
Saturday, . - . . As
NEWS ADS ARE READ 1
BY MANY PEOPLE
Proof conclusive that people read
the ads in The Buevard News is con
tained in a letter from Frank Gra- 1
ham to Br. Roy Long of Long'c Drug 1
store. Mr. Graham, who spends his .
summer 8 in Brevard, together with . 1
Mrs. Graham and son Tom, has long i
bean a reader of The News, and evi- i
dently he reads it from "kiver to , 1
! Following is copy of the letter from
our friend of the Sunshine State:
Dr. Roy Long.
Brevard, N. C.
You may remember me as a sum- .
mer visitor in Brevard for a numbei ,
of years back. If so, my greetirg. ,
herewith, and good wishes for you;
health and business prosperity.
I note your "Bukets" ad in Th'.
Brevard News (see enclosed clipping'.
.... Bukets are not sold here, and
neither could I lind thrm in any c
the Jacksonville drug stores where J
hunted for them over there recently.
I am enclosing 35 cents, coin, with |
request that you mail me a tria' ?
package. I am a great lover of your
beautiful city, and hope to visit it
again next summer. If you do not
remember me, you may recall me
when I mention that I am the dad of i
Tommy Graham, who used to pitch I
for the Brevard team.
Thanking you, I am,
Yours very truly,
P.O. Box 654, Fernandina, Fla.
Feb. 20, 1932.
HIGH POINT TEAM
High Point brought one of the be?'
duck pin teams ever seen here, ?
Brevard last Saturday afternoon ant
showed the local alley stars just how ;
to run up big scores.
A total of 1659 pins were ehalkc-f' |
up to the visitors' credit in the after- !
noon, while Brevard was- tallyir.j.' I
1493. Bowman, of High Point, \y.v
high scorer in the afternoon, making ,
353 in the three frames, while Come
was High single man with 142 for hi: i
second frame. Bridges was high ma?
for Brevard with 321, with J eroni
carrying off single frame honors with
Brevard came back in the gar.-'
Saturday night and handed the Higl' 1
Pointers a seven pin defeat, total
being Brevard 1583; High Point
1576. Bowman was again high man
\vjth 344, while Cecil was high singli ,
man with 138. Jerome was high mar.
for Breyard with 338, while Bridge:
and Kilpatrick tied for single honor?
E. E. Sensenbach, who owns anc
operates the King Pin Alleys in Ilig!'
Point, and is also manager of th
High Point baseball club in tr.?
Piedmont loop, was outspoken in hi:
praise for the local fans, deelaiin.c
that his team had never competed ir
any town where there was more
courteous treatment accorded. He in
vites anv Brevard bowlers to drop bv :
and see him at the King Pin Alleys
when in High Point, and avers that
he will do his best to be as nice tc
Brevard people when they are in hi?
town as the local fans were to him
_aad-ili2.JtS2?, T,"feUs We the tear
was guests of Mr. TranthSm anU
Mr. Harris, operators of the H. & T.
WITH THE COUNTY'S
! COLORED PEOPLE
(BY J. M. HARRIS)
The churches are working hard to
advance the spiritual life of our
' Our colored schools are all that
could be expected with their _ limited
equipments. A number of children arc
without books. . .
i Rosenwold School Social Life
! The social life is being encouraged
at the Rosenwold school. Last week
the girls of the High School depart
ment conducted a social on Tuesday
afternoon from -1 to 6 o'clock.
j The following were present:
? J. M. Harris, Miss Coleman, aliss
Wh'artcn, Mrs. Mills. Elisabeth Mills,
Winona Smith, Cardie Bessie Killian, =
Rubv Johnson, Mciissia Kilgore, Op- ,
helia Whiteside, Llellyn Mills, Edith i
Mills, Lurene Hefner, Ruth Ervin,;
Ruth Betsil, Gracie, Ballsy, Marjorie I
Benjamin, Earl Gibors, William Hunt, i
Cleveland Hall, Vernon Mills, Her-,
shall Thomas, Aaron Mills, Arthur
Hefner, Waiter Mills, Lather White-,
Bide, Marcellus Mills, Nathanial Hall,
Charlie Whitmire. I
Tuesday afternoon of this week, |
the girls of the 5th and 6th grades I
entertained in the form of a birthday ?
party for their teacher, Mrs. J. L. !
Personals ? Points of Interest >
I A Christian school is_ the bes
place to dicovar ourselves in the light
of the highest privilege offered. J
Our school days are the most val
uable in life for what they help us to
| become. We cannot c3cape the in
I fiucnce of those who guide our
'thoughts in Study. j
| Night school classes meet on Toes
' davs and Thursdays at 7 o'clock. 1
j The Rosenwold program will be .
held on Friday evening, March 4.
Principal Harris called attention to ,
George Washington's birthday pro-j
gram at chapel exetcises Monday. I
, Roland Hayes, ths noted negro sing
er, will appear in Aaheville March 1,\~
at the Plara. theatre.
Bandit Shoots Groecryman
Shooting Paul X. Marehbum. 22,
Wiimlagton gzocerjroma, in fore
hood, a youthful white bandit fled
Saturday night without attempting
CALL SPECIAL TERM
TO TRY SOU
Ralefgh, Feb. 24.-V-A special
rf Davidson county &c?t, two, v
for trial of criminal casefi7l
March 21. with Judge G. vernott
Cowper, Kinatcn, presiding, hPA baea *
calted by Governor Gardner to try t'a^
cases brought againitt Solicitor
George A. Yeunce, Greensboro,
Attorney W. F. Brinkley, Le*i?
of manslagofcter in connection
the shooting of Sheriff Leonard a few ,
weeks ago. Solicitor' H. L. Koonia,
Greensboro, aaa^T by Governor
Gardner who)flg?B| You nee resigned
will prosecut^BHcase, assisted
former Solicitor J. F. Spruill, name
by Governor Gardner to investij
the cana for the State.
Want Ad* Are Good Sullim A|ntf>
BOUT two hoars affor raiir.'j
* i. many people suffer from s? ?. :
stomachs. Tney call it indigestion. II
means that ihe stomach nerves ha v.?
been over-stimulat^. There i ; excan
acid. The v,-ay to cot ree! it i-> ?? i! fi an
alkali, which neutralizes many tsnu-s
its volume in acid.
The right way is Phillips' Mill; of
Magnesia? just a bstch >, <ioi? i'?
water. Ii ii pleasant. c!!i?c:il :,nd
harmless, TtoulH cpjne t !n?or.l in
stantly. It is the approved n vet hod.
Yoa will never ;;sc another v. he::
Be sure to Ret thegenuint Phillirjs'
Milk of Majfossia "pre. ??.!<?.' l.v
physicians r>r ?-orrocHDg sw ? !>r:?'s.
25c and i-'te a ? ony d: restore.
The id?si! d-tnt'frice ;'.;r r!- -i
teeth and healthy gr.r,: , Piiii'i; ;'
Dental Maj/riesia, a rupericr tn-;i
paste, that safeguards against r.ci'l
And The Four
(1) Alopecia? Natural or abnormal
(2) Alopecia Areata? Baldness in
(8) Alopecia Decalvana ? Complete
(4) Area Ceici Alopecia Areata ? A
form of baldness leaving only a
corona of hair.
Do not let any of the four princi
pal dangers take, cl&cc. If you hava
Hair and Scalp tSfeble Etart using at
one? "Spain's Ba3tv 20th" .
Cap ill us. So many person*
partialy or entirely b&d-intfg
of knowledge mast arise "fr5h
ference or ignorance as to the pr
ress recently made by science in i
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