North Carolina Newspapers

    MIRROR ru- VNSVI»\ ANIA COUNTY l.lh'K
(Name changed from Sylvan Valley News, January 1, 1917.)
VOLUME-XXIl
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, AUdlJSr 10. I!ii7.
NUMBER-3:2
200 MEN EXtMINEO
FOR mi DRAFT
75 PER CENT PERFECT;
MANY SEEK EXEMPTION
Out of 100 Men 2f> Physically
nisqualified—M of 75 Will
for Exemption.
GAPT. T.C. GALLOWAY
OIESOFPNEUMONIA
Respccted Citizen and Veteran of
Civil War Died Last Friday Af
ter Brief Illness; Funeral Sun
day; Burial in Alabama.
Tha fl3ivt*r i>f TrHiisylvainn ciuin
♦y’s mnnhcoil. tlio youn^r nu*n fnnu
to 31 years old. luivo bt*'n un-
dorf»oinff a physical tfst this woi k
bet\*re an t board of phy
sicians, \\iu> havi' boon \vi'» the
stronK from tht‘ wiMik and thoroby
fifloctinfi thosi' pliysically fit for the
army scrvioe of I'ncb* Sain.
Two huiidrt'd Mn*n wfiT suiiitnoii
ed bt'foro lhi‘ i‘XaTiunin«^ hi'urd for
examination on Monday, Tnosday.
Wednesday and Thursday. Thot^x
amination to;.k ulaci* in th»‘ frat*>r
nal ha’.l. whore r>(( men pathiMrd
each day to bt» disrt)bod and t'xam-
ined rari'fnlly by nion »jun’iti«-d t»
Hay who woro snlVu'iently strong'.
l)hy^i^•a^y, to iro to war. 'I'ho n*
suits showed that the yonn^ man
hood of tlu‘ eounty was strong and
sturdy, 'riie ]»er(‘»'nt«ge of thosi*
disjUMlified by reason of physiciil
^.lisability was not as largo by Inr
ns that ill some sections. The men
underwent a fairly thorough exam
ination. i)vovid*-d they pas.sed sue
cessfully tin* tests of si^rht and
hi'arinix. After passing these te.'^ts
tlu-y ut're disrobed an(» ^oni' t'Vi>r
carefully by one or more jdiysieians.
at least two running over tho>*‘
who were disjualilied in i>rder to
make sure of imi)erfc(*tions by ver
ilii‘Htion>.
Visitors were permittt'd t«t wit
ness tlie I'xaTulnations, w here th-ri'
was in the lavf^e hall an jitmo.»]ilii re
of solemnity and seriousness ratlu-r
than t;rait‘tv and levity. It was an
ordt'al that may result in activity
oil iLc battle fr*>nt and the situa
tion was taken seriously, though a
littlo Immor oeoasionally mad»-
liKhter the ordeal for the yt>un^
luen and the ]»hy>i«nans and eli-rks,
A call will lie n;:i.do for .‘iO m(*re
men for an examination at an early
date in order to secure enoujrh to
make up the county's (]UOta ol i
nion on the first call.
Thi* majority ol those passing; tlu'
examinati’'ns suect'ssfully filed no-
tici' that they wmuUI a])plv for i‘X-
cm])tion. and these Imvi* to Ite heard
within ten days after the e.'cnmina-
tion.
Dr. C W. Hunt, the idiysieian on
the board of exemptions, (tlie otlier
member: oeint' H. V. Smedbt r'
and G. F jathroi>;' was a.'-istfd by
Dr. VV. c A'allis and Dr. K. S ICii
^llish. C I L. .lones, who was ic
tired frr- * tlu‘ board and succ'-fdcd
by Mr. £ X'*dberi:, by reason of the
former sage, he beiuj; of draft aift*,
made the eye and ear tes'.s ana
A. H. Kl/.er, I*. N. .'~inu)iis and Hil
liard B:>oth sorvt'd in the capacity
of clerks to the board. About one
fourth of the men examined on tin*
first t\vi» days wt'io ])hysically* dis
(jualitifd and diseharired from fur
ther liability.
Thos* dis'iualified on Mondav and
Tu'*sday for ]thysu‘al defects are :
27."^ .hiinrs Xflson. (.'luriytiild
f-JS 'i'lio.-n:;s Wik-y Nivholsur., I’isyali
Fonst
.^7.^ ('lau] .Masen. lial>;im (irovc-
William Oiivir (ialloway, )i;tl.sam
O'At'
110 ,Iohr. llrnry Hinku', Sapphir**
is Williaai .VioiuiK- Ndrniaii. P.lantyrc
(>Ul 'I'honias Suplica Smith, Hlantyri'
M2 KoU rl 'i'hnrmiin (ialUi\v:iy, Rdsmr.n
l‘>4 Ona (''ifftinl Piayr.arJ, K. 2, I5ri \anl
2*)S .Mat Townsend. I*i>gah I'nirsl
(,7.S .IffT Davis Htid, Lake 'l'(.xaway
432 fopico Whilfuld btf, I-aki- 'r)\;i.v;iy
Kdjja.’' CoVrrian Lyda, Saj)piiirc
5,5m William .Mi Junkin, IJn-v.ird
Willard Cody. Pis^;ah
■.7.IM Noah Mafirudcr Hollowtil, F.avard
5 Jolui ^b.lson. I’is^ah I'or- .--t
51 Franklir* i’erry Shulonl. Un vi'rd
41(» Harry llt-iss Patt(.n. I’is^ah i'onst
Dana Jfi^hurum Hulloi k, Kusinan
.^5,^ Crate O.'tten. Selica
() William (Ouley Owen, Rix'-inan
4(W> Janies Lev.i:? Reid, Oakland
5H.S Sam .McKelvt v, Hrevard
714 Wales bee K-id, Sapidiire
About two.thirds of tliose j)assin^'
the physical t»^sts saecessfully, {'ave
notiO'/ that they W(iuld ask for ex
emption from service.
Thoso examined ott M(inday and
Tnesd^y o will not ask for ex
einiitioii ST.!:
53f, Ne':»'t33 Heath, R. 1. Brevard
126 John Bunyan Hyder, ris^.^ah Forest
7S1 Julia# Walter Slatton, Balsam drove
616 Allen Eden, Central. S. C.
6(X) Charles Amos Hamrick, Brevard
JO William Jason McCall, Balsam Grove
Homer Nelson McCall, Quebec
46 Koy Lamance, Cherryfield
('aj)t. TliomiiHC. (Jalloway died
Frulav afternoon of ])n»>umonia af
ter only a few days' illness. Dur-
111;; tlie wintering had sufTered from
an attack of the same di.seaso, hut
had seemiiifily recovered ard had
resuTuetl his habits of active work,
unusually strenuous for one »»f his
advanct'd «;.:e. He would havi*
been “-o vrars old on the 27th of Ni)-
vemlier.
(’ai>t. (Jalloway was. the son of
Washington and Betsey (-ialloway
and was a native of lliis county.
(*f this family three sisters snr-
vivi* ;—Mis.-»es Mary and Vick (Cal
loway ef('alv(‘rt and .Mrs. Cora
Howell of (Jreenville
Cui)t. (ialloway was twice mar
ried iiis lirst wife was Miss Ida
Ramy. whtuliel many ycirs since
(>f this union four children survivt ;
Ida. Charles, William, and Thomas
(iall»>way of (Cad-sden, Ala. On
May I'.MH, lu‘ married Miss Belle
M.-t'arroll, wh ) survives. Of this
v.nion tliere are no surviving ehild
r*. n.
The (I’I'l'IS‘d s‘rv*vl the ('onfed
eracy throimli-ut the ('i vil waraiul
Won cre\lit. He was ^iven tlie laiik
of eaptainand in tlie latter ],:irt of
the war was enj^a^ed in the o])er-
ations that toi'k ])lacc in this part
of the state.
After tlie war he rrnu-ved to Ala
banui, wh. re he spi iit more than
half of bis Ion*; life us a plantt-r.
There his family "as reartni,
aiul then* he yt‘taini'd hitf church
membership in a Baptist church till
the day of his death.
In recent .years ho returned to
the eounty of his nativity and
made his home in lirovard.
He was an active worker in his
busint'ss aff lirs, a faithfr.l church
attendant, ■» render of the Bible,
and a clieerful contributor to
e'lureh interests
In his personal manner ht» bad
!rany of those traits reco^'iii/.ed as
belonj'inj' to “^t‘ntlemen of tin* old
selu)ol," now too few, and rj4]ndly
passing;; away.
Funeral services w -re conducted
at th«* Brevard home Sunday after
noon by K(>v. A. N\‘. .McDaniel,
while i>rayer was olTertnl by ]{ev.
(D. ('haj'man.
The body was taken on the Sun
day afternoon tram to Ciadsden,
Ala. for interment. Mrs, ialln-
way and other memVeisof his fmu
ily aeeom]»anyin^ tlie remains. The
]»all bearer>‘ to th(^ station were
W. K Ilreesi*, ('. 11 Deaver, Welch
(ialloway W. R. Robertsr.n, Hayne
Boydeii and A. K. Hamj)ton.
6,500TINCANSF0R
SALE AT COST ONLY
Tin- Brevard Binkinj' eompany
has ])urchased tin cans for
t!ios ‘ v.ho wish to can fruits and
vet^etables. '^I'hi'; cans ar-.’ to be sold
I at aetual e tst .'^r>.fiO per humlreii,
' and C’ln be ])urehased for eash from
the Hrevard Hardware eomj)any
I and tlu! Farmers Supply i-ompany.
j These Hrins have furnislu'd lloor
space and time* for their salesmen
I to handu* fr(‘t'of charge. No one
j is askiiiL' a cent out of the eans, it
I is only to (‘ncouratic tl\e jteo])le to
I taki‘ eare of food that will be neei]
ed later. 'I'in 1 ans are n«.)W stdlin*;
! wholesale at U(t. N,\> cans will be
c'laru'ed since lU) ]»rolits are made.
Do You Believe In God? Then Outwardly
Manifest It by Going to Church.
IT i not enoiiLh for i>ne to s;’\ tlial lie lives a I'i.uliieniis life aiio
that lie 1-eiit vt,' in a Sujueine Beiiiir. ll‘ iinssi ;ivc Ol'T-
WAKD MANII KSTATION’ of that lelief.
'I'liere is only >iie way tliat a map. can u’ive (M' TWAIM) M.W'j-
I'1‘'S r.M'jON «'f his ln'iief ill :!ii‘l lovt* of iJod, and that is ii\
(;(>INJ '!'(» (Til K’('H. 'llu' (ln:P(h !'»• liouu' of (iod. He
r-ML!!!' lliere (Mi at feast (l:iy like i-]aster, TllanksLMvi!^L^
('liristiiias and New \Car's the cloirclies art* jill(>d to o\eiljowiuL:.
reople (iO ']’(> ( lirKClI to honor (ioil and lliank liini for liis
bies>inLrs. I'en't wait for the-e fe;!t (!;;ys to (i() '!''() ('lirii’Cll
;ii!ii t'len st;;y away from church for tlu* reiiiaiti'ler of tiic year.
I'.Vl'KV Sr.\h.\V is a feast day of the cliurc h.
AS A RESULT OF THE COUNTRY WIDE GO TO CHURCH
MOVEMENT THERE HAS BEEN A SPLENDID INCREASED AT
TENDANCE IN T1:E churches, but THERE ARE MANY V'.'HO
HAVE BEEN DEAF TO THE CALL. IF YOU ARE ONE OF THESE.
MAKE UP YOUR MIND TO GO TO CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY. TELL
YOUR WIFE OF YOUR RESOLUTION, AND NOTE THE PLEASED
LOOK ON HER FACE. TELL YOUR CHILDREN, AND IT WILL
MAKE AN IMPRESSION ON THEM FOR LIFE. A PARENT CAN
ILL AFFORD TO ASK HIS CHILDREN TO GO TO CHURCH AND
REMAIN AWAY FROM DIVINE SERVICE HIMSELF.
(.oin,.; to(huvch i)oi:.>N'T i:FA>rii;i-: aw CiiiiiAT sac-
li11'IC!•'. 'I'he ^t■r\il■cs are at :i sea-oiuil>le liour. 'J'hev are not
l..n,u^ You .surely MI-:KT 'J'lli-: JJK.HT K1.\D OF IM:'►Pf.K
there. Ttie sernnnis iuvariaMv are 1 .\ STIH C’ TI 1] A.\J> L‘I‘-
LIlTlNi;. Trv c^oiiii; to church i!e:\t Sinuhiy. Se(* if von ilon't
feel Ix-tter lor it. li will help you to ov( i‘c(»tiie tin' teiujiiation."
if the worhl. \ ou !] hesitate hei(»re vou do a v.ronLf act. Sin
hriii;;- its i';’iii'!;!ncnt: rii:htcoiisnc>.s its rf\v;!!'il. If von u;int, to
the rv.. ;iri! oi riu''hleoU'iicss and av(>iil the puni.^huienL of
',n, he a rcL I '. r i-hu?’ch ;iltetnlant.
ST.\I:T NKXT SUNDAY To RK A COXSISTKNT (.'IirRCH-
(.oKir.
Careful Buyers Read
Business Man’s Message
The printe(J announcement in the
newspaper is the merchant’s personal
message to the readers. He tells them what bar
gains he has to offer. He keeps them informed as to the ar
rival cf new goods. He shows them the way to obtain quaL
ity at a saving in price*
Careful, economical buyers watch the
advertisements in this newspaper and save money on
their purchases. Are you one of them? Or do you buy
haphazardly, mercily to accommodate some one else—to help
lome ona profit by your thoughtlessness?
Look over the advertisements in this issue
and see what bargains are offered today.
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H.-’-rni-y .hu kson ("najimri’i, (,)uil)i‘C
Lf?'ti;ini Hirt Heath, K. 1, I’i.st^ah
.Andrew ('»y Surrt tt. Litt'ic KivtT
Honiaa ('orndius I’owc lL Kd.sinan
iiriust Otto .MilKr, Hr-jvanl
I'lihu W hiti', I’iss^ah Feres',
('arl Scru^fjs, ISrevard
Vir;^il .Mt rrell, Ktewah
Ikrinan Parker, I’enro.se
Relit rt Thomas .Mlisen, Kt(ivah
.lehn Haywciod Brown. Urevar.'J
Kiiij' Sullivwn Whittakc-r BrevArd
Jchn Luke Osti i-n, Sclica
Th‘* Xi*v, s is rnnninf;on]m‘'e '2 the
names the men in this eoun
ty between tlie a*.^er; of and oS.
Thes(* iiHTiH'S come in tlie order tlie
men an* called on f»)r Korvice. Two
linndr-d have been (*xannned.
Fitty more in the ord(*r in \vhicli
th(*ir names appear, atl«*r conntintr
ofT tlie already o.xamined, will
be summoned to appear soon.
This list as well as that showing
the physically disqualified is worth
keeping; by every yonn^ man in th«^
county in order that he may sl)o\v '
future peneratious his exac’t t*t«tns
in the uatiou-v.ide drdft.
NEW TANNING PLANT
BEGINS OPERATIONS
The Transylvania Taiininj' com
pany recently irnmei.-'cil the first
hides in vats fc>r sct.tkini^'. 'Fliis is
tluf first step in the }-r;;ce>s of tnvn-
inj; hides into leather.
COOO SALE BY PRESBVTERIAHS
' FLEET OF SEVEN CANOES
NAVIGATE FRENCH BROAD
The ssile conducted hv tht* Ladies
Aid society of the i^veslivterian
church, s/iheduled for Tuesd iy, was
postponed till \Vedne.>-i;iy on ac
count of rain. The s:ile was lu'ld
on tlu* verandah of tho T. 1).
i-iiaiiter house. Fancy v. »rk and
ai tisliejilly wi’ousht «])partl formed
thii chief articles of sal»*. Th»*
weathiT on Wednesiday a;.*; ) wa.^'
uniavorahle, but tlie ))rce, t-d^ were*
eiieouiaj^in';, about bein^ rtal-
i/. d. This sum will cancel u debt
assumed by the society for work at
the church.
A lle(^t of .seven eanites, manned
j by ‘js French Broad campers under
j('onncilor E, L. Faust, left the camp
lisndin*' Friday and headed down
the river for Aslievilli*, Nifjht
1 v^*rtakiii!^ them m tiie voyaf^**.
they W(>nf ashore noarSkylaud and
j iMMih* i-amp. T’m*y reached Aslie-
I viHe next niornin*.':, s]x*nt a f{tw
h.inrs there, and returned over
lan-vi to tlu‘ir (juarters. Tliis makes
the fourth v 'ya.ije on the river to
Aslu^ville by boys of the camp since
its eir:tablishmi‘nt.
DIED SUBJECT TO DRAFT
Read the Diversifieds also.
! James Hinkh* of the ^^•i])phire
'section diei? o:i Friday after aTi ill
ness of thre(f days. was iniried
I on L'at urday, ihe Rev. Nt)ble con
ducting the funeral ceremonies.
He w^us the sou of Perry Hinkle,
and was years old. Being of the
draft ago, he would have been ex
amined on Tuesday by the exem
tion board.
BROMFIELD AND MIUER
RESIGN AS ALDERMEN
O. L. Erwin and W. H. Duck
worth Elected to Fill the Two
Vacancies on the Board.
The Imard of alderjm n lield the
r*gular Aiif^ust meetinLri Ti Monday
night. Mayor W. K. Bre se ]>ivsid
ing and all tlu* aldermen being
present.
.1. »!^. Uromfield anl.T. A. Miller jr
t(>nder((l their resignations as al
dernien, which were acc*i>t(*d with
exnressions (jf regr(‘t. Jioth these*
gentlenien gave as their rea
son for resigning the fact that they
could not consi.-tently remain f>n
tlu‘ boanl and carry on their r--
sjieetive lines of bu^in^■ss, whieb
cnmju'lhtl them at times to work
for the town. (>. L. P>win and VV.
H. l)uckwiirth were aj>pointed to
fill tlu^ vacancies (jn the board,
and 1). (t. Ward was (dected to sue
ceed Mr. Miller as mayor ]>ro tem.
Mr. Brtnnlield was a new member
of the board. He and Mr. Miller
were gcn(*rally regarded iisellicient
and prt'gressrivc (dlicers.
The tax c(dlectijr was ordered to
colh'ct all back taxes not paid tjy
Sei)temb'T 1 by process of law if
nccessary.
BAPTIST CONFERENCE IN
BREVARD, AUGUST 19-23
guarant^'eing a
’ b’oan for the
r Tited.
- .ifii
1-1 ii.d,
'i the
■ lernii.
I * >
T!i ry
. ;,t
Tl.'t*!.
A subscription
salary to a nig
smmer mont: s
C'*'ving to the i;‘
an otbcv r for
it was decide ’
su*!seription t.
nent, the town agr»*eii^^ t-i 'U!>i
ment the subscription with .^1 a
month.
It was decid(’d to take positive
steps towai d supi rO'.'-ing the rowdy
ism of negroes in certain sections
of town, nt)tat)ly in tlie neighbor
hood of restaurants, as their con
gregating and noisy ('onduct was
amounting to a public naisanee.
BARACA'PHILATHEA POSTPONED
Tlie Baraca-l’liilatliea t'nfertiiin-
meiit at Mrs. Silvi rsteun's, has
b. (‘11 postjioncd until Frida v night.
August 10.
Do it now!
Delays are dangerous!
Swat that fly!
❖ 4* ❖ ❖ *t‘ ❖ ❖ 4* * ❖ »> ❖ ❖ »!•
Preparcdiu'ss is ttie lii'-' word ❖
of tlie couiitry today.
.\re \ ell i rep.-ired for tlie fly ❖
iiivasioiiV T;;eri-’s an eld saw *J*
that “an emi'c of pi-eveiitien is ❖
la-Iter tli.iii a pound nf eure."
If(re are ."'oic.o ways t" I're-
pare f> r the !!y eanipMiirii; «J»
Carlt.im*.—Ti.is is food wate 4*
only, .\lways Ueei» it in a metal 4*
tail with a tiuht cover. l*o net ❖
let Hies i.'^et into ir.
ItiiMiish. -This iurh.des avlu's. 4*
Ix.'ltles, tin c:nis, junk and lionso •I'
sweepiiius .\lways keep ii in 4*
boxes or li.irrels of aver;'.ue size. 4»
Wasie raj’ef.—This s’.iould l>o 4*
kept, from rubhisli. .\lways kc.*p 4»
it dry. I’ni it in burlap nr 4*
ti(‘ ir np in I.undies. If kept iu 4*
the lia'^-'meat it should never l*c 4*
near tl‘e lurnaet; nor niider the 4*
stairs, ,j,
Vaa’t T.ots.—The owners of 4-
vae;nif lots are respen..;blo fer 4*
keejfin.; iliem eleaii. I >0 ihit 4*
tl'.nv.v your iiililtish or ;iarltai;e 4*
ill tliesi‘ lots. It is not .trood eiti- 4*
/.en.'hip and is a mr-i>ai-e to \our 4»
lieallli. Try to j;et. them cleain>d 4*
’.ip and see if you can put ia a 4*
pirden. 4.
I wi.sli to remind the i)ublic of
Brevard anl of the county that
ther(! will be another religious con
ference August l'.» to '^'4 after tho
manner of the one held two years
since.
Tho o])ening address will bemado
on SuTulay at il :0) a. m by Rev.
H. V. Miller ()f H(*ndersonville, a.
distinguished Bible teacher w’hoso
servi('es are in demand from the
(iulf to Canada. Dr. Miller will
irive five addr(*s.';(‘s—Sunday at
11 :iO H.m,, li ri'.o und x :0(» j). ni.,
and Monday at 10;00 a. m. and
S ;()0 p. ni.
Monday at Hon. J. .1. Britt
will give an address on some theiuo
apjd'opriate to tlu* occasion and to
his honored j)osition as a Christian
statesman.
()tber distinpuished speakers will
bt* Kev. W. F. I’owell, D. D., n«“V/
])astor of the First Baptist church,
A.sheville, Rev. A. E Brown, I). !>.,
Asheville, snp('rintendent of the
system of secondary schools foster
ed by tlu* Baptist Home Mi.ssion
Board, Rev. K.. W. Cawthon, foi'
seven yiairs the successful i)astor of
the First Baptist church of Hender
sonville, and Rev. J. D. Moore, fL
Y. IV C. secretary of North ('aro
lina, will each be on tho prograrfi
for two or more addresses.
Mrs. W. H. Woodall of Ashevillo
will have charge of tlu? woman ?:
hour in tho afternoon at
The general i)ubbc of all creeds
■•rdially invited to share the
I." d things of those days as they
i;ii twe years ago.
Hstors and other otlicers an-i
V..^kers of the country ehnrclu*s
aic esjiecially^ invited to attcn '
these bervices w-IiJcli "'ill clo."^
Tliursday night.
A. W. McDamkT.
ESCAPED CONVICT RETURNS
Oscar Wellchance, the bigami^'j
,jonvict who csca]>ed from tho
chaingang several weeks ago, was
brought back and consigned to his
jducc on the road by Deputy Sher-
itT Faxton wi'ek before last. Well-
chance was rec. isrni/.ed in the neigli-
borhood^of .Jellico, Tenn., by sonic
o'le who bad s“en him in this
(.'onnty, and the authorities b.erc
were notified of his whei jabouts.
He attempted to enlist in tlu* army
but was refused when his trn>-
character b; r’ume known, was hell
at ,Jell:co, and turned over to Mr.
I’axtcn on his arrival there.
D. L. ENGLISH HEADS COMMITTEE
D. L. English has been a})})ointcd
chairman of the Soldiers' Aid com-
niitteo of the C'ouncil for National
Defense. Tho object of this com
mittee is to look afti-r tiie legal
linancial and busino-"S arVa’.rs ol
soldiers and .sailors during their
absence from home on aceoUTit o’
war, V. here no repress iiijit’v.* ^ex
ists.
The other ineml ers of the coir.-
mit.ee are \V. F. Decker. T. T. Pat
ton, R H. Zachary. A M. Wliire
and C. E.  )rr.
JIM THOMAS ESCAPES
Jim Thotiuui, tue negro who con
frssed to breaking into rox iV' Kil
patrick's store and was sentencc'l
by Jud*:e FerL'Usun to ei^lit I’lonth-
cin tlu* rlails, escai>('d Irom the
cliain ^:ing on Friday atternoon
after serving onl^' a few days. He
as trackt>(l from the caiiii) near
Sum I.aTice's jilace on the Ca’sars
Head rc.ad across the mnunTains
into Ciri cr. ville countv. The trail
*:ave onr at Cleveland's mill, an
no furtlu r triices of the i J’;-tiv
have yut In eii discovered.
4* 4* 4* 4* 4« 4» 4* 4* ❖ 4* 4* 4* 4* 4» 4* 4» 4» 4.
A Hostile Aviator.
The housefly is a hostile aviator drop
ping bombs of disease upon the unsus
pecting public.
Something to sell means some
thing to advertise.
CARRS HILL BAPTIZING
Rey. Elijah Allison, pastor
(.’ars Hill cluirch, reports thi* Imp-
tiz(*ii!eiit I'f five {)ersons Sundav
Rev. (\ (.'. Duckworth as a result
' f the revival just closed at that
chnri'h.
Rt'V. Mr. Allison began a revivjif
at Etowah church on Wednesdav-
!i!j:ht o) ♦l.is week, fie is having a
vJrenc.oiis soason, having attended
1 vevival mcv'ting each day for tho
oasr it'iiir v.i’eks and haviiig preach
ed two si*rmoi s a day for two
'.veeks.
LAWFUL Al!fO LIGHTS
Sherifi Paxton gives notice that
iie will enforce the state law re-
o.uiring the use of dimmers oj an-
fomobiles. All persons violating
^his law may expect to be held up
‘.td take the coasequences.
    

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