BRili V ARD NEWS, BREVARD, K. C.
A. II iild\v«‘11 h'tt 1 hi> wei'k oe
a liiisinc'.'-s trijj to Knox' ilhi.
T. E '^eid ha.'.; e!)nns.C( o his N«* ■
nddrt ss from Brv'Vhrd. rojite 1, to
Col. (3. iioil^'es lei t (.n Miuidav
l\ r a lm>ine?.s tnj) o: a wtn'k t .
Miss Olive lloleotnhe, v.ho hji'-
heeii t)n the >iek list lor several
Loi»k throu^^h tlu'so colvimr.^i; sec if
the names of voiir jruests ;.iv tlu-re. If
you have lu-” Ire ted ynur thit\'^
toward thrm. It tb>‘*s not CDsi nny-
thinjr. Telt*ph«ne, write or Iiria;j, your
news to News ofliee.
Thoniiia T-airue returned on
Wednesday troni a visit to New
Mrs. (’hnreh Morri« i vis'tinir
*' i'L I '•
i •» It. t
^ Tho Bettorm* lit jissociaTidn will
mt*ot at tlu' S' lu'ol lio'iso lit ;> ;;iO
o’clofk on next 'rucsdav.
Mrs. Frank .It'nkins, who has
been confini'd ti> hi*r ht>l for si'VtTal
Weeks, is iin]»r(>vinix, thonirh slowly.
Miss (lortruth* Allison is siilTor-
iTi^ with a spraint'tl ankli* a>i a
rosnlt of i'alliii'j: on ict‘ last Satnr-
Miss Fannii* Hunt i>f Ashcviile,
lau^'ht(*r of Dr. mui Mrs W.
Hunt, is visiting relatives in liri'-
^lt*s. Hattie l\'rkin'J enti'rlained
a nntnl)(‘r of yoniii: ])“oj>le at licr
home t)n Tuesday ni>-rht with ])r.)-
Misses Dora and H 'lilah jril('s]iie
of Kosnian aie s|)«'nlintr the wniti-r
with their a vutt, M! s. ('. A.SIir.ford,
whih'attending >eliool in IJrevard.
Mrs. E. \V. U'vtlii' has returned
from D>ividson, wli-r»‘ she was the
s::nest of lu^r si>N! r. Mrs ,!. ii.
Withers, durintr tlie holidays. Slir*
was joined tliere i>v her daii^iitt r,
Miss Margaret, who is attendin:;
sehool at the i^tate Normal at
The las? ineetinir of the Mission
Study class uiH h.' held in tl'.e
Metho(livi chureh ]iarlors, ^londay,
•Ian. (it o'cl,t'-k, !)'• 'i n vi ta t ii in
I'l ?.lr:v 'I'ay ;o: . Tiii' c.Xi'ri-i.xes will
h d bv
M;'>. •!. rro'.vltriil^
'Die .■losii :: fiiu]>t‘r treats of f'n.*
Paniimu ('otij^r. vs and the »e.itlook
lor the lutnre of South America.
That practically onc-o.uarter of what America builds
each year is destroyed by FIRE? The g;reat blessiny^
of protection by Fire Insurance now leaves you no
excuse whatever if everything you own, whether it
be your dwellinar, your barn or your stock of mer
chandise is reduced to ashes tomorrow. Do not
fool yourself. THE LAW OF AVERAGE SAYS:
Year Turn Will Come!
Wc are here to serve you. We have more than 25
millions of combined insurance protection to offer.
It does not cost much to have the benefit of this pro
tection. Ket us figure with you right now.
Brevard Insurance Agency
GALLOWAY &. MINNIS
Room 9, McMinn Building*
Store News For Weilt's Stores
Both stores arc full of fine season
able merchandise, and we are here at
the service of our patrons who have
personal and home needs to be sup
plied. Everything is marked at prices
that represent very good value con
sidering the present market condi
tions and consequent high prices being
asked by manufacturers.
Many new lots of outerwear and
underwear at prices that represent big
values. The offering will include gar
ments for men, young men, women
and misses, most of the lots having
been bought before prices were ad
vanced from manufacturers for the
We cannot describe and give you
the prices on all, but will when you
come in to inspect, and from the prices on these garments
you will find tne savings are unusual—big enough to make it
profitable to bi;y.
Ladies’ and Misses Coat Suits, Dresses, etc.—Even though
the garments may not be needed much for immediate service
they can be altered some or cut down for another season’s
Household Lines—J*.jst a few hints of some of the good values you wi!! fhid
among the househcid lines: Bleached cotton damask, inches wide, at 35c per
yaid. Linen cam .sk, 50c, 75c, $J.JO and $1.60 per yard.
Sheets--Shset Slx90 at 65c each, bleached; have a soft finish and are made
with a seam through tbc the center.
Under Muslins at popular prices. Fancy aprons are shown in various styles
at 10 and 25c.
Night Gowns arc shown in various styles at 50c, 6&, $1.J0 and up.
Underskirts may be had in various styles, embroidered and flounces, and
attractive patterns at 50c, 60c, $L15, $2.05 and $2.25.
Corset Covers from 25c to $1.00.
G>rsets in stock are much cheaper than manufacturers prices. They may be
now at 50c, Sl.OO, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
Don't pfocrastinate, take advantage while you may.
3tyle No. 2067
PUBLiSliES SGNa BOOK
lia.vs, is r*COvt'i'int;.
\V. K, liioi -e retnrni'd from ;
Week's i»usiJie'N trij) to Kaiei^h oil
Thnisday oi last we'l:.
Miss Marie (’kirk of (Oakland,
Cal., will hi* the iriiest ol her aunt.
Mrs. A. Shutdrd, for .'^everai
Wt'lch (iall .wa v, an attoniev ol
Bn‘vard, wa.' ht're on i>rofessional
Hess til I lay-— I lendersonvilie
Mis \V. S. 'I’avlor has ehanired
her \ews addre.ss from Sunburst,
ill Haywood county, to lirevard.
M. ('ookt* returned «!n Thurs
day oi last week froni Lonislinr^,
whi'ri* ht^ visitetl Ir.s jHH)i)le dnrinir
Prof. J. C .Toni'S met his fatlu'r
from Wimrate and brother, who is
t»aeliin;i at ('ullowhee, in Ashi ville
Mrs. S ('. Matt'S is sufferins' with
a (turned arm as a result of slip
Itimr and fallinLT n])on a stov»‘ last
rimrsday. Thi* injuries w«*re not
S|)urreon Osborne left last week
to emra^e in work at (’hf'ster. Pm..
durinir th( wint«*r. He will return
to Brevard next sjirin*'.
.Mr and Mrs. 1). (i. Ward u'ft on
Wi dut sd ly on a visit to the for-
n'-.M-'-H inotlier. Mr's. K. F Ward, in
Ni w Vorlc. 'riiey expect to lie iroiie
on a vae;;1ionof a month. In their
absi^ncv" Dr. 1). (’liaj)n)an will
make his homo with Mr. and Mrs.
\\. IL Norwood.
Weilt’s Cash Stores
Brevard, N. C.
s. A Il'vorth. of Brevard.
■ - s h -I' i'uesda v at teiidiu'i: tlie
'• ' ini' a.i.iUiil meetiru: of tile ('itl- I
/ N'-iiidiial hank—Ih'Tuh'rson I
■'ii- ru»ii‘>. I
•ii' ai'd *is..l r. Ifavs tif
v.iid. wiio’n .ve i>e in Ash“ville
' r a |e\ oeel.s, al iJiverside
* ■ ifie;- o, lii V. aventu’, .luek-
1;! \ 1111 •. K ■. I.
if aiitl Mrs. .1, )l Pirkelsimi'V
M. '( v : "ited th(‘r home and arc
• di!i;. ( he v« inter a r the !n»me of
.‘l‘ ail I \1 1’ 1) |]ii!i-land 'I'in y
. . >1(1 tlieir to:m«-r bonus and
I'Ciia^td th'- Noiion place.
.1. vlacu .\lli->on i'e't iirncd on Mon
i) iri>m Houston ;*nd (Jalvestoii.
wiic'e 111* rc'n.i n 'd on busi-
II. -- tor thrc- da\s On his return
1C vi-iti'd bis I>rotbcr, ( . A. Alii
s •!), who Is in the lurniture busi
iic-s a t .A n iiist on. Ala
Miss Marie ('larl:e, v. ho is ht're
on a vi^it I rom Oakland, (’al .and
Ails'. N« Ihe liav.kuis of i;re\aitl
Inslitutt. wt'n* entcrt.’ined Tues
dav at (iinner at Hotel ('rary by
•loiin R. liurU'* of Spartani)ur!^. .\
"crics ot parties is licin^ jilanned in
honor of Miss ('larke.
.Miss ?d -liie Lvday. dau*;hi'.r of
Mr. and Mrs. L)clis Lyday, and.).
* ' Mct’all wer*‘ married at Tiirkey
(chureh Sunday morni..^ af
ter the reunlar church service by
the P. P. Orr. F’cillowin^ the
shower of conL'ratulatioiis the bride
and i;rooni went to the lionn^ of tlie
lormer f(n* dinner, lat'-r leaving for
the home ot the ^room.
The L'nited I)aui;hters of the
* \»nfe(leraev will observe Let'-.juek-
son day at tin* eha]»ter houses on
next Sa turday at :;(> o'cloclc. Mrs.
Ida I’.rvaiit and Mrs. .T. S. Brom
field will 1h‘ hostesses tothcdauirlit
crs. Eaeh niembi r ])res(>nt will be
exi)»‘cled to honor the t)eeasion for
this celebration by usin^ some (juo
tation from either Lee or .Tnck-
son. Minutes of the rc'cent stat^c
meetiiiic will be distributed, also
1" ouiraiiis of int> rt'st to thedair^h
t e: s.
i bie ol the en j' ■yable social everits
of tins ])ast week was the rook
p.arty jxivcn on Thursday ni^ht by
the ])ublic school tt acln'rs sit the
rcsid‘m‘e of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Me
!>onald, which is beinj^ occu])ied by
the Misses (lOodt', 'rii.-s Sue (’annon
and Miss Frances McIntosh in the
absL'ni'e ol tlus owners. Social in
tercoiirse, jiro^rt'ssive rook, musical
selections and refr«*sliments made
the 1‘venini; a ])leasant oius attlu^
])lace n]»on which has been confer-
ri d tlie title of “Teacji**ra^e," 'Flie
partv was chajieroned by Mrs.
Romeo and Juliet
The llrst recital of the o])i nitic
serit-s to bis >;iven by Mt s. P. Noble
Simons was Indd at tlus home of
^Ir. and Mrs. Henry N. C’arrier,
Tuesday afternoon. The opeia
chosen was Honu'o and .Inlu't by
the fanuius Fri'TK'h composer (iou-
i:od. 'J'he lecture jiart of the i)rj-
^ram consisted mostly of tiio read
ing of the Shakesjiearean story as
told by (.'harks and Mary l^amb
and it was interestin'' to note the
slij^ht changes in and additions to
the orif'inai niude by the librettist.
The music was well adapti'd to tin*
theme Jind, throughout, comjioser
and j)erformer were in close accord.
From the time beautiful, happy-
heartt'd Juliet lij'htly tnpin d on
the scene ^aily sini'in.^' her beanti-
tnl airs tili the traj^ic end, the i>ian-
ist’s rare skill in bringin-; out the
various solo, diict, and quartette
purts against a full ucconipaniment,
made the characters live and movts
before her audience. They were
really present at Jnliet's llrst ball,
unconsciously engaging in the gay
dance, the rliythui being so i>er-
fectlv marko(i as to hts almost irre
sistible. Latev the sorrow of the
hero and heroine was theirs also,
the wuil of the music striking a re
sjionsive chord in all hearts and
leaving them with that feeling of
impoti'nt rage which is always
aroused by the knowledge that
such a wholly unnecessary tragedy
has occurred. Through Mrs.
Simons’ art, the composition was
not merely a pianoforte solo, but
remained from beginning to end an
Tlie second of Mrs. Simons’ course
of operatic lectnro recitals will
take i)lace on Tuesday, January 23,
at ;bO o'clook at The Bryant on
Depot street. A special subscrip
tion rate has been made for the re
maining four recitals and can be
obtained at the door, as well as sin
“Near'ri.e > !•o^s” i lirie ol
the 1U17 hook ju-^t d liy the.
i\‘)ic)i(>rs M i‘-i !* i iii I', .^r com-
|-Hny of H'. i'.e’r' \ ' , in \ioeh
II'.'V, P. 1\ ()r>’ol !' .. " ' o.|,uiie
ol the ihon.‘cr uiu!eia?'s of the
eonntv, iins a ’ilOH ■ • 'elrctions
•■.1 his mu'-ii H 1 " ■
To Cl'i.un n C.-'s c.
Take ort ;i!l tiv !■!!!■;;:. i; l tl:
li'Di; toi: :. lh^> b',!:’!: cl.' 'I'l;'* ’
lift crisMy. P.!’:i v,i i.i a tub
r v.;>: !i Iioi’or r 'I \v :h v*:’y
liot waior. I Mss.'ilw I::i!r a cu!) (if !yc
i;i fir' u.Ti’.r :’i: 1 lit t!:-.‘ni si.ni'l I'm
:ni !' or so. o,- livcrai !ii ’.vnuM
i" yn,', :t-i i v it
( are sIi'it’!;! l» • !l" ‘ I!:-' I'lnrls 1 .
not CO* ■'> ia ('iiilacl v. ;> t'a* 1;-• v. a
f'>r 'i'!',' !:e:i(1 :;!i ■ '1:1 !.•■ I;ej:! f"'->
M’he s I’lr bool; con ain' 1]>agcs : ;;r :'y f;;»; i I’ ” t \.n wIk a t!; • 1. c i
.! !i 1 is i b’ ■ li 11 h ( f 1 n 1' 11 p I' I li si 11 i i mva’d 51; (it 1 lie 'vv i'r. 'i i t i • \ v m
!:V thi.-! comjtie,! , ot li.cii '.li'. Orr' a‘"r(""i!:!;‘ t» ?-r:‘l tli.*
is a memlier tb- ri o .i ■ ’.riatitv
REVIVAL ON FEB. 4
If e !'■(' :i * ; tli. o" cv(‘ii
■ op i' .'“■unday oice ia lw>t i '(ri.lts. i.' t' ;• i! ''
school an'! church song books. Mw Ii "i irir. t'a* r.:i.-,e
be pcrfc.'tly I'n';* j;>-ca 'c of aav
If yoi!r ov(‘!i t::r:is or stae'l
nir ty. rn1> i’ltcri'i:- with I'r
• •t'a’k «'V>vy v»!v'’-s. v.’i!l
it (lie i;!>p( araa' (■ of Jin caaau'lcil ovon.
is worth fryiii,:;.
1 iibT sa l(‘s if till s
GETS irno mmi I
.Minority sluckholdcsri^ in the Hre
V ird Tannin C(':ii])Mny at Pisirah
Forest have tiled a ]ietition in the
fcdt'ral court at Asbevilh* asking
lor a receiver for tin* cotnjinny and
an injunistion to ri'strain the d(>-
fendants, or m.ajority stockh(dders,
from int(srfering with, transferrinir.
sellitig or dis])osin*g of any of tin
piojierty of the comjiany.
(Miargc's of n*gligonc(‘ ar(> ma«h'
alleiriug that in)])r(*ximatelv
o:-() havts been lost during tlus j) ist
The complaint sets out that the
autb'irized cajntal of the comjianN
IS S-'ti'•.•lb, divided into .■»,()()() shares,
half of this bi-ing preferred stock
.and owned by Kdward I). Adams.
t4«'orge 1j. Adams and Wm. F
Decker, who own a majority of the
New or renewal subscriptions
(beginninjj January 1) will cost
$1.00 for one year, 60 cents 6
months, .^5 cents 3 months, 23
cents for 2 months.
JAMES R. YOUNG
The Brcsvard M‘thodist church
will begin a revival on February 4.
Rev. W. >]. Poov(‘y, the pastor,
I will conduct the meeting but will
bavesonus outside assistance j)art
of the linu'.
! I). V'ard ?>Iiluin, a noted evange-
! I’.stifs sii!'’:ei*, who rectsntly conduct-
I ed th(' singing at the (N*ntral
I il thoiiist church at Asheville and
!ai a la hernic),. nu eting in (4astonia,
! vvill coTMlnrt the mr.sieal end of
: t bese m» ft i liirs, v.hich will last for
t'H (lavs or two w*eks.
When in need of any of
the following meats or
vei^etabies at reasonable
prices, considering market
conditions, call on us:
Cash paid for Chickens
S. F. ALLISON, Proprietor
Brevard will within the next few months enjoy oire of the
greatest building booms in its history. The new cannery wiil mean
increased population, which will call for many more residences,
it is the duty of Brevard to be equal to the occasion and we are
going to do our part in the way of supplying tools, machinery, and
builders’ supplies carried in our lines.
The illustration herewith shows only a few of the many tools
we have. We are stressing the Keen Cutter brands for they are
among the best.
We have a supply of 1, 2 and 3-ply roofing that is very useful
and economical for covering barns, sheds, etc. We also have
builders’ paper, roofing nails, and all other kinds needed by builders.
Give us a call when in need of these things.
FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY
^The Id ss of a position
has no terrors to the
et^cient workman who
has learned the use of
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