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HP EGBERT REYNOLDS
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tion'3- industries into other countries
v slid has caused other nations to re
taliate by raising similar tariff walls
thereby tending to paralyze all for
eign trade. .
Contrasting Governor Roosevelt
with President Hoover, Mr. Galloway
described the former as being ??*j>
less and courageous and willing to
"try things out."
Speaking on the conditions existing
in the state of North Carolina under
the present Democratic administra
tion, he said that during their tenure
of office the expenses of operating
the State government nave been re
duced by one-third. 1
Mr. Galloway, in concluding his re
marks, spoke in highest praise of the
Democratic candidates who are run
ning for the various offices in the
state and county, especially mention
ing Robert R. Reynolds and John C.
B Eringhaus, M. W. Galloway and
others and urged that these men be
given the whole-hearted support 01
the voters in the coming elections.
Hon. Williim E. Breese presided
over the meeting and T. Coleman
Galloway introduced the speaker of
FREE Cli TO BE
OPERATED HERE FOR
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tions, business men and individuals
throughout the county. It was origi
nally planned that the Kiwanis club
should sponsor the move without ask
ing aid but a survey revealed that
there were between 600 and 1000
children- in the county who would be
forced to receive the free treatments
because of the inability of their pa
rents to pay, therefore it became nec
essary to secure this additional as
Several very substantial contribu
tions have already been received from
various individuals and firms and a
committee from the Kiwanis club is
calling on others in order to secure
the amount necessary for the medi
cine. The work of administering the
two doses, two weeks apart, required
for the treatment is being done gratis
by Dr. Newland, a member of the Ki
wanis club. A great deal of assistance ^
is being given by the Parent-Teacher ?
The necessity for providing these ;
treatments becomes readily apparent
when it is known that two death9, in 1
the pant few days have been caused ;
by the disease in the countj^MdgJI
number of children
to it. It isjvith.
preventing an epidemic of the disease j
which would likely result in hundreds .
of deaths in the county, that the clin- 1
ic is being provided and that parents '
are urged to have their children vac- j
cinatcd at once, either in the clinic if t
they are unable to pay, or by their .
family physician if they are able, j
Those who were vaccinated under
the auspices of the State Board of
Health last summer will not need to
receive the treatment again, accord
ing to Dr. Newland, County Health
Those who have taken a temporary j
or immediate preventative dose in
the past few weeks are reminded that !
this will only furnish immunity for a ;
few weeks at most and that for per- j
manent immunization the full treat-'
ment, or two shots, must be taken. '
The school beard has made provi- j
3ions for those who have no means of j
transportation in order to get to the
clinics. The school buses will cover j
their regular routes; the Brevard:
buses starting at the regular week- j
day hour,' and over their Regular !
routes The Rosman school buses will j
start at 12:30. Many people in the,
various communities have offered toj
use their cars in transporting the i
children to the clinics. !(
It is urged that the people in ev- i (
ery community advertise the clinic, 1
stressing the fact that it is being pro- \
vided only for those who are unable j
to pay. Remember the date; Saturday J
November 5, at 8:30 in Brevard and j
1:30 in Rosman, '
GREAT INTEREST IN !
REVIVAL SERVICES j
LED BY DR. DENBY
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their numbers. Just as David would > \
net offer sacrifices to God on Ground j j
that was not paid for and with ani- j
mals that were not paid for so the
people of this time must be willing
to pay for their worship, not only in
money but in Jime and in labor.
Rev. Dendy showed that it is not
God who has changed, for He has
said that His arm is not shortened
that he cannot s&ve ? it is the people
who have drawn away from God feel- |li
ing secure in their numbers. They
.need the spirit of. the "old days ofjs
the Methodist Ca7fi?-jneetir,gs and tns j t
stirring revivals" when people' were
to sacrifice to attend the ser
vices. He urged that during this
seines every one do his part and at
tend and together get the message
he hope? to bring to them.
Meetings on Monday, Tuesday and
Wenesday were also well attended
and some splendid sermons were
heard. The series will continue until
Sen of them have been preached.
Those who have not attended are
urged to do So,
BOONE D. TiLLETT IS
HEARD IN BREVARD
ON STATE ISSUES
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assist the Banks, railroads, insurance
companies and other big enterprises
at the nation in order that it might
not become necessary lor them to
suspend operation *nd thereby cause
millions to be thrown out of employ
ment. In order to protect the small
home-owner and the farmer he later
created the Home Loan banks,
through which it became possible for
these persons to avoid the loss of
their homes and farms. Then, in order
to provide immediate relief for the
jobless of the nation he ordered the
distribution of the flour which had
been bought by the Farm Board in
its effort to stabilize the price of
Mr. Tillet severely criticized the
stand of Franklin D. Roosevelt on the
tariff proposition and the record of
John N. Garner as speaker of the
House of Representatives.
Since they have had charge of the
affairs of the state government, Mr.
Tillett continued, the Democrats have
brought the state from its rank as
the 47th state in the union, at that
time to present place as the third as
regards its highways, school system,
etc. During their administration the
state has become 2nd in total state
indebtedness and 1st in per capita in
debtedness. This indebtedness has in
creased from 7 million dollars in 1920
to 889 million in 1932. They are bor
rowing money at the rate of 50 mil
lions of dollars per year above the
state income taxes and other sources
And now the people of the state
are being told that the Democratic
administration has saved the people
some 30 million dollars ? this amount
is what the people have not been
able to pay and for which their homes
are being sold, Mr. Tillett said. He
quoted a statement from A. J. Max
well, who offered for Governor in the
primary, in which he said that the
people of the state when they think
they are paying their taxes in full
are not doing so, for the state is still
borrowing and, the children and
grand-children of these taxpayers
will be paying on the present taxes.
The cost of a session of the legis
lature in 1909, the speaker continued
was $16,000. That cost has increased
to the extent that the last session cost
the people $116,000. This increase is
largely due to the employment of
clerks and secretaries who have no
important duties but are merely on
the payroll because they carried a
certain precinct Democratic, and to
the creating of some 92 commissions
many of which are absolutely useless.
The Democratic party in the state is
at present "grooming" their prospec
tive candidates for governor in 1936,
Miller of the State Relief commission
^a^Jeffres of the State highway
are paying them
HHMKajJHkrife^cy are running
TO BE AT TURKEY CREEK
Republican candidates for county
oifices will meet the voters of the
Turkey Creek section at the Turkey
Creek School house, Thursday night,
7:30 o'clock. All candidates will de
liver short addresses, outlining their
platform and plans for carrying on
the county's business, if elected.
They will also hold a meeting at
Rosman school house Saturday night
Nov. 5th at which all candidates will
be present and deliver short speeches. ?
The public is cordially invited to at
tend both these meetings to hear the
MOTOR CAR OWNERS
ACTING WISELY NOW
Local Firestone Dealer Finds Own
ers Are Spending More For Upkeep.
That motorists are beginning to in
crease their expenditures on proper
care of their cars was indicated by I
McCrary Tire and Battery Service, j
lecal Firestone distributors,
"We have noticed during the last ;
few months that many motorists are .
having their cars lubricated oftener, [
changing the oil oftener and checking j
the performance of the car and es- ;
serially the safety factors," said Mr. j
"Oil should be changed at least j
;very thousand miles, as running the <
;ar too long with dirty, diluted or '
joor grade oil leads to expensive re- j
jairs and increased fuel consumption. 1
"Faulty brakes have been the cause |
>f a large portion of accidents. Driv
es havff now learned of this fact, j i
md they are having their brakes ad- j >
"Proper care of the battery keeps
he lights and electrical operation ?
ip to safe standards and prevents one 1 1
>f the most costly and troublesome :
<azards of motoring ? battery failure, j
ilorc people are buying the extra J <
lower and superior types of Fire- ; 1
tone batteries even though they cost ] i
, little more than other types in the ' j
ine. This is proven economy. j 1
"It is also false economy to run ; <
park plugs over 1 0,000 miles or not ( j
s have them inspected at least every ^ i
,000 mites ? especially since the gen- e
ral use of testing apparatus by deal- t
rs and the developments for increas- t 1
d performance sijch as the remark- t
ble new electrode perfected for Fire- j
tone spurk plugs. j a
"Statistics and experience show ' t
hat the most damage from freezing I
omes with the early cold snaps, so r
on't put off safeguarding your car t i
r?r all winter with a permanent anti- i
reeze such as Firestone's new scien- t
ifieally perfected liquid." 1
W. A. LYDAY t
If elected, I do solemnly swear or
affirm that I will execute the office
of the Sheriff of Transylvania Coun
ty, to the best of my knowledge and
ability agreeably to all and that J
will not take, accept or receive, di
rect or indirectly, any fee, gift, bribe,
gratuity or reward whatsoever, for
turning any man to serve as a juror
or for making false return on process
to me directed, so help me, God.
W. A. LYDAY.
TAKEN TO TASK FOR
Life-Long Democrat Flays Mr.
Daniels for Leaving His
Own And Joining the Ras
kob Wet Crowd.
Raleigh, Oct. 27? Attacks on Rob
ert Rice Reynolds at various more or
less strategic points in the state, but
particularly in piedment and western
North Carolina, disclose the fact that j
there is a big "drive" in the hope of
electing Jake Newell United States,
senator over Mr. Reynolds.
Mr. Newell believes that he is go
ing to be elected. He has exhausted
what little money was available for
his hard campaign. He has kept
easily within the law and could spend i
a good deal more without any sort .
of violation. He could not get money ?
from the national organization if the I
reasons for the hope that is in him j
could be as cogently carried to the
national headquarters as he presents
them to his own people. Democrats ;
nav'e beer. declaring -a" the summer !
and fall that Mr. Reynolds \v<P *ea<L:
their ticket. Republicans do not think
- The most vehement of the?e at- :
tacks from Republican sources comes
down from Hendersonville where the
western North Carolina Tribune car
rying the name of James F. Bar- '
rett managing editor, issues. The
Tribune asks all and sundry sup- j
porters of Mr. Reynolds to consult .
the clergy as to how they feel toward ,
Mr. Reynolds. The pap.er taunts the ,
Asheville dailies with their signifi- 1
cant silences as to Mr. Reynolds. It
suggests that they are wise since they i
could not say much.
The paper does not .specify as to ,
unfitness, but lets fly the suggesion
that it can furnish all the material j
needed to make up a voter's mind, j
The biggest point made against Mr. j
Reynolds is his attitude toward pro- :
hibition. The partisan character of
the prohibition issue is not introduc
ed. it is not vouchsafed what the
Tribune wiil do as between candi- ;
dates for governor, both men being
politically and personally dry. The
onslaught is against Mr. Reynolds.
The challenge does not stop at Sen
ator Bailey. There is a pathetic plain
tive note on Josephus Daniels. The
Raleigh editor is pilloried for running ;
the navy dry when advocating Frank- i I
lin Roosevelt, a wet. Mr. Daniels is 1
spared one of his own utterances in
which he declared that the south will I
never vote for a wet. The Tribune |
recites the great Daniel3 record in ;
the war, but leaves him to smart '?
under the accusation of selling out j
his principles to the wet Democracy. '
While the lambasting goes on up
west there are shots from the interi
or. Yesterday from Sanford came an
open letter to Editor Daniels. The j
missile hurled at him is signed by
Paul Barringer. Dcwn in Harnett, !
the daddy ship of the epistle is as- j
cribed to Dr. John A. Campbell, head i
?f Campbell college, and redhot Hoo- ;
ver and anti-Smith, man of 1928. j
Why Dr. Campbell gets credit for
writing this letter Harnett people do 1
not say. It is a very seemly dignified
address to Mr. Daniels.
This grand assault assuming con- j
siderable proportions finds state j
Chairman J. W. Winborne in bo ! i
fighting influenza. The Democracy is I
jiving Mr. Reynolds all that it has. !
Until this week there had been no !
loubt in the lines. There have been '
nessages sent here within four days '
"rotr. Democrats indicating a consid
erable ajiostasy from regularity, and
his synchronizes with these attacks. 1
t seems, however, that the disaffeo
ion beat the letters and papers here.
In Mr. Barringer'3 letter there Is ,
ilmost a hint to Mr. Daniels that he
nay wake up in the niche left for
Jenedict Arnold. The statement does
lot dote on Mr. Hoover. It says netti
ng for his more or less nebulous
?coord docs not
rive Mr. Daniels a chance to give to j
lis tormentors a kick. It teases him
/ ' '
or voting for Bob Reynolds. H?re is ?
hat queer document:
"As the matter in this letter not
nly refers to relations between you
nd me but between you and thous
ands of others, I am making- it pub
ic and giving it to the press.
"As a phiid I was reared in a fami
y of Democrats of the strictest sect,
can yet remember
"Cleveland is elected
Just as I expected
Climbing un the golden stairs."
"A little older I recall the fusion j
tgislature, the little redback book
>ut out giving a verbatim report of
ts activities, the fight for the grand- j
'ather amendment and the joy of its |
"Later the fight against whisky, j
he four-mile law for .whisky stills,;
he prohibition amendment in North j
Carolina, the Supreme court decision !
bat the place of delivery was the j
jlace of sale.
"I grew up under the influence
:hat- Josephus Daniels stood for the
test interest of the people and was
willing to. fight for their rights and
For their moral betterment.
"As a young man my first experi
snee in a state convention was at .
Charlotte when your liberal views |
had so thoroughly taken hold of me ;
that I went against my associates
and stood for Kitchin for governor |
against the reactionaries of our par- ,
"As a county chairman. I followed j
your light, convinced beyond ques- :
tion that you stood for a respectable j
state, a l)igh morality, a sober peo
ple. As you put the navy dry, I
gloried that a man from North Car
olina should take that stand in face j
of the sneers and jeers of a morally
corrupt people. At West Point, I am j
told, there aJe a large number of
marble slabs and engraved on these
are the names of the great American
generals. One of these is blank, a
man who deserted his country and
his ideals. It is blank there, but
stamped with a heavy black border
on every American heart is the name j
"I am glad that you have stood '
for prohibition until it is a part of
the law of the land. Whisky has been
our most devilsh fighter and our
most insidious campaigner. Long |
years ago the campaign was on runi, '
Romanisj.i and rebellion. Romanism
and rebellion are of the past, but
rum still rears its leading the
fig'it against morality and happi
ness.. Rum, Reynolds and ruin. I am
told that you are out fighting for
Reynolds, a man whom I heard make
the statement that he wanted to re- 1
peal the 18 amendment, Robert R.
Reynolds. From his speech I be
lieved that rum was his middle name.
Now I hear that he has changed his
position, that he has adopted in toto
Hoover's liquor platform and you
are supporting him.
"Mr. Danieis, have you deserted
the moral forces in old ag*? Are you
Republican candidate for State
leaving the ideals that have made
your name gTeat in North Carolina?
Must those who have become imbued
with the ideais which you have im
planted Jose your leadership? Come
back to us; come back to your ideals.
I cannot become reconciled that you,
the great moral leader, have been
persued to leave the ideals and have
gone after strange gods. Robert' R.
Reynolds ? Robert R. Reynolds ? run
ning in the primary on a whisky bar- j
rel. Listen to his new speeches as
people are becoming nauseated with
his decayed ideals. He jumps from
the whisky barrel into a $45 spittoon
and sitting frightened there, hopes
that the stream will not become dry
until he floats into the United States
" Our retiring senator used a spit
toon for its natural and legitimate
"Mr. Daniels, come back before it
is too late. Help make and keep
North Carolina respectable.
"You are chairman of the Temper
ance and Social Service committee of
the Methodist church in your con
ference. How. Mr. Daniels, are j'ou
going to explain your aciion in sup
porting Reynolds? What would you
think of the pastor of your church if
he came out for the repeai of the ISth
"You are well enough informed to
know that the 18th amendment has
not caused the moral breakdown. You
know that it is inflation, money go
ing where it was not earned, power
given and no responsibility taken. It
has been possible that one could get
rich on his wits and not earn his
bread by the sweat of his brow. Work
is a friend of morality and soberness.
CRITICISM OF THE
TRIBUNE EDITOR IS
NO EXCUSE FOR WFT
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people, who believe in decent society
and the integrity of the home and the
marriage vow, vote for Mr. Reynolds
they will have to shut their eyes and
gulp him down as a bad dose.
"God give us men a time like this de
Strong minds, great hearts, true
faith and ready hands;
Men whom the lust of office does not
Men whom the spoils of office ca?^ ?
Men who possess opinions and a will,
Men who have honor, men who will
Men who can stand before a dema
And face his treacherous flatteries
Tall men, sun-crowned, who live
above the fog
Iu public duty and in private think
For while the rabble, with their
Their large professions and their
Mingle in selfish strife, lo freedom
Wrong rules the land, and waiting
In Our Place Tuesday
Don't let the prepara
ration of mea's interfere
with hearing election re
EAT WITH US
Doc Galloway, Prop.
from 5:00 A. M. until 2:00 A. M.
SAME OLD PLATFORM
That we adopted when we star-ted in business in Bre
vard, and its main plank is that of:
SERVICE TO THE FARMER
And that's why so many people elect to come back to us,
time and time again, every time they need anything for
Farm, Garden, Lawn, Horse, Mule, Cow, Hog, Chick
ens or V/hatnot
Our Platform calls for Purina Feed for Stock, and Poul
try; All kinds of Good Seed; Everything Needed for
the Growing Crop or Garden, and any and all other
things of like nature.
OUR RECIPROCITY PLANK
After we sell the seed and the farmer plants, grows
and gathers the crop, we then buy his products at high
est Cash Prices.
Everybody believes in our platform, as evidenced by
the ever-increasing number of satisfied customers who
come here and trade with us.
ANOTHER PLANK IN OUR PLATFORM
Directs us to sell all kinds of Heavy Groceries, Flour,
Meal, Bacon, Lard, Coffee, and such like, at surprising
ly low prices.
Cornel You're Always Welcome at
B. & B. FEED & Si
THE STORE WITH TH$ CHECKERBOARD ;