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Mastei^jtftWoodSIU^es orSiste
DR. E. 0. mvi\
hver/ I’mrr i ii
county should have something on exhibition
CORTRIGHT
Metal"^Shia^es V
The roofing that lasts .ns long as
' the building and never needs repairs.
They won’t burn, crack, curl or rot
like wood shingles, nor have they the
3 great weight or brittleness t>f stone slate;
besides they are inexpt-nsive and look better than «.-ither.
For Sale by
MILLER SUPPLY CO., BREVARD, N. C.
&
at the Count' Fair Octoi er 31.
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Dr. E O. Hovey curator of geology
at the American Museum of Nr.turai
History nnd member c' the Donald
McWilInn polnr exploration party, who
hr;3 returned to New Ycrk. Hovey wns
in chnrgc of the relief expedition whith
round Mcrvlillan iii the North.
Your Parlor Furniture
should have character. Through it you should
express the personality of your home, wel
come your friends, voice your sense of beauty
and dignity, put your best foot forward.
Our Three-Piece Sets
will grace your home and give you lifelong
satisfaction. Their design is a delight and
their construction substantial, inspect our
stock. Get prices.
Our Word Is a Guaranty cf Honest Values
HOME SUPPLY COMPANY
C. M. Pro;.ri.?tor. 1J1>HVARD, N. C
I FEW DISPATCHES HAVE CPiEAT-
I ED MORE INTEREST IN OFFI-
■ CiAL VVASMINCTON.
Oar New Serial Is a Treat
In the Realm of Adventure
Indicates Tlmt Iron Discipline of Ger
man Militnry System Might 3e Los
ing Its Hole.— Decliniiig Morale is
Noted l;v Allio?. !
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siuTi-- 111 Di" yi\,r inr tl;' alii''.-; .iH'l
pri'hahly o;ic o!’ tii(' ino,) diniiiiu;
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oiii 111.^—nhill' th ' a!i: 1 Imiw' T have
l.ivif il 1 lily ;r(i‘Mly in ihiii oiTi
1 ial stal.'int iits Jliat ili(» moi-al*' nf th-'
(Jifnia!! Ii'noj!., was ijciiiiiiiifx. ami n!»-
liavf Itf'liiv 1 lliat i!i^- l ud
I \vi,:' i  o:nt> in i'o'mI ami lahor rids or
I prrhniir; in a p:il;!i.al io\i)lt.
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Jack Clayton, the Ape Man^s Son»
Fc^ls the Call of the >Viid an4
Flees to Africa With
>AKUT, THE GRAY APE
There the Boy Learns Fronn
Akut the Life of the Jungle;
There He Meets Merlem,
tlie Captive Girl, and There
the Trio Have Many Strange
^ and Thrilling Experiences
Among Wild Beasts and
Savage Peoples.
TOAwfafii THE SQNofTARZAN
Watch For It? w & ^ ^ as i
LET
US HELP !
j VIRTUALLY ALL FOODSTUFFS
ARE NOW U^IDER CONTROL
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If your town \A ants to ioin the National movement
for salvage of Scrap Metal, Rubber, Etc., we will gladly
make suggestions as to what mate i us to collect, and
will buy the collection if you wish.
We buy in large quantities only. Write us for in
formation and prices.
X STERJ^BERG ^ CO.
JlshevilLe, J\. L.
WHEN YOU COME TO THE
FAIR
COME IN AND EXAMINE OUR
OVERCOATS
SWEATERS
-AND-
MACKINAWS
Make this store your headquarters while
in town. We are always glad to see you.
Weilt’s Geats* Store
Cov.'!;:n;r-nt i-nntrnl
i of •iilT.'. I.; ( xtf In tal.f' in
viiM Ii."'iy :ill i!ip - f'.tial a:ti.-]' of
hy a Ian; n i 1 I'V
i'i '‘ i'li'i t Wil 'tii (iii i'n' fi'-'i!
• :m!nr'’)i iraiio!i to lico;; p aflr Xo
’ V( nil" r 1 the n'aiirfa- ti]"o stoin:;p,
I in:i)o! !a» ; n nnd !i; Ti il;aiion of poni.'
' p: ii': ■ > oTrn’.cdi’ii- i
I Afli-r (Hi' tine: flv food control art. |
1 iiTidor wliii h tlip act i.>11 is ta'coii. tlv
's r-;'oclani?.tion says; i
■*Tt is i-^sontial. in order to rarry
inin ( fi'cct t!ic jinrposi s of saiil a'-t t>
licon?p th:' ini]iorta'ion_ jr.anuTactnro.
>tiiiaiTP and di-t rihnt i('n (f i;p(’pssa-'
rios to th*'' f'xtPDt licrrinaflor pprrf-
I H'. d, j
“.Ml ppisoTis. firms. corporation*!
and nssoci;itions oi:;;ai;f’d in the l>n«i
no'S oi'l'cr -f H) o;)orat injr roM
ptor;!2:P \v;up1iousps Ca) i old storarr**
warcl'.on ;p. for tlip pnrposp of thi':
proclamai i ;ii. bpfn.cc doflnod a? any
I>1afp artificially or niPclianirally rool-
«>d to oi- l)cl(.\v a tpmppratnro rf ir>
dPL'rro-^ FahrPi’lK'it. in vvhiili foo.^
prodm ts am ^plaffd and I'.cUi fir
days or inoro; (2) oppratinr: rlpva-'
t(iV'^ v.'nr '!’''n=:ps or ot1i r places for
: toras-'-p of co’-n. oats, harloy. Iipan*.
n’cp. cott(Mi^(‘P(i. roiionscpd cakp. rot-
tonsccd nipnl or nioal; or
1m!)or:in,!r. manufaciurlnt; (tmlndlnp;
nill’ini^. niixir.f^. or paclinr': or dis
tributing (inrludln," bnyinp; or spllins>
any of tlip followinci conimoditips: j
■‘Wlieat. whpat flour, ryp or rye
flour; oats, oatnipal or rollpd oats;
forn. corn prit?. forn monl. liomlny.
forn flour, stanh f’-om corn, corn oil.
rorn svrup of irliico^p; ricP. rioo flour;
dried l)pan.=!; poa prpd or dripd iioa.®;
poftonseed. eottonsend oil. rottonpppd
calo or eotfonscpd niPnl; ppannt oil
or ppannt meal; Rova bpan oil; soya
1)Pan mpal. palm oil or copra oil; ;
olpomarsarinp. lard, lard substitutpp.'
nlpo oils or cookinr fats; milk. Imtter j
or clippsp; condrnspd. powderpd or j
evaporated milk; fresh, rannpd or j
cured beef, pork or mutton; poultry j
or eRps; fresh or frozen fish; fresh
I fruits or vpgptahlcs; canned ppns.
I dried hfians. tomatoes, corn. salmo:i, ■
I or sardines; dried prunes, apples.!
j peaches or raisins; sugar, syrups or ^
j molasses.”
COLONEL HOUSE IS A
i VISITOR AT WHITE HC'SE
Washington.—Systematic coll''rtf on
of economic, historical, political and
other information on European con
ditions to he used eventually In peace
negotiations was discussed by Col. E.
M. House with President Wilson. Sec
retary Lansing and other government
offlcUils. Some announcement is ex-
nected •‘oon concerning the organiza
tion of a staff of experts which Colo
nel House win gather to assist him.
Notice t© Tai-Payers
I or my deputy will be at the foiiowing places on
the dates given, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., for the pur
pose of receiving taxes, and trust that al! tax-payers
will prepare to meet me and settle their taxes:
Gloucester Township, Macedonia Church, Oct. 22,1917
Hogback Township, C. R. McNeely’s Stoce, Oct.
23, 1917
Eastatoe Township, L. M. Glazener's Shop, Oct.
24, 1917
East Fork Precinct, Baptist Church, Oct. 25, 1917
Cathey’s Creek Township, J. C. Whitmire’s Store,
Oct. 26, 1917
Cedar Mountain Precinct, H. Garren’s Store, Oct.
27, 1917
Little River Township, Merrell’s Store, Oct. 28, 1917
Boyd Township, W. L. Talley’s Store, Oct. 30, 1917
Dunn’s Rock Township, T. D. England’s Store, Oct.
31, 1917
Brevard Township Office will be open all during tax-
paying time.
COS PAXTON, Sheriff and Tax Collector.
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