BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919.
REGULAR SCHEDULE OF
VOTES HAS BliEN CMANG-'
ED TO READ:
6 months. .$ .75. .8,000 vctoj
1 year 1.50.16,000 votes
2 years ....*. 3.00.40,000 votes
Erevarcl, R. F. D. 2.
I Miss Marie Lyday
Con^csfcrtc. C'’nt for
125,CG9 Votes Ahead
of the Leader Feb. 7.
The roMo'v'r v
will T( :* • i ; V- ' ir.Vula' ■' n-.-l cou.
the vo;;.'' ;iL ’ c'o~ o'*
at G:"0 P. A'.; Sr.tiinlay Febuary 15.
Cos Pa.clon, ChrJrnian.
Dr. J. Y. McKiiviiey.
Th;\,- of c::r townsman w’no
havv' r.i: \ confi U'ncc of tho
ont‘}o of ihis and adjoinin;.r
cov.nti-.- ; jr-^r.llcmen v. l oso honor anil
ini, i'.-'.'ity h:>s nc v-r been quc.= 'ionc'd.
rio;-:^!y nt oio:^ I\ Ivl.; Sat.
Ir h. t’l? cdlV \vul cMosc. Th^
ju ’'rc' V.’’; t;.’ Vv' of tho I , ‘’o
box at 111!.' coi'tc:-- oiTico tv.'Cii';.- or
th‘-! r •
clo;'0‘- ;:n ’ •'> scon th. wr;‘:’
as they can l;ml tii'.io to uo ro. RE-
ni'I; i o.Uc;-no biulol. v;an
CC ' 'c !'■ ' ' .■'"c' nT (];: x'v.\q
I YiVi'. Josie IMoclcr
r.Irs. Palton Crisp. .
:\Irs. J. C. Wike
B:i!sam Grove j
jlrs. Dock Bentley . . .2‘>8,500i
Tor-away, R. F. D. j
ill’s- Vance Gallovv'iiy 130,000
!»!'■'s Gc'ova Wil?o:i. . 47"),o00
V - 85,000
I'.I'/?.. V/i l Iiin^:lG 2'15,500
C. E. Orr, W. E. Brcese, R. E.
La’vroncc ar.il ix number of other
£?ood road enthusiasts from this
county wont to Ashcvillo last Sat-
urtlay to attend a p:atherinf4’ of, rep
resentatives from the twenty-two
countics con:pri"ing the western
section of the State, v ho mot to
of securing’: g:cod
The Asheville Tinies has Iho fol-
lov^iri?: report of tl:e meetinpr:
If the rorr;‘7c?'.U'.i,ivc3 in i-hj _\orth
Carvoiina (oj'\::'atuv-3 of the nineteen
countics whose r;'!v-i v/ere in session
al' (lay EatiiiA":hev:lL'
c'ouid have ."ttcnuctl the sessions
♦■hero v.’oalii i':' .\o ‘'W:\ voec
in the State Capitol from those nine-
2/1.1,500 i <-'Uss methods
r;T':’s AMa V7hite . .
"Tis;-; ?.Ia\:rie Uccco.
' ' ' 'T 1 ^ ...
.■ , . 1.. /a^Ti\ :1
:J”s. . :i8,000!
C. !]. . . .105.5:
set fi-r civ .1”
0’’t of lov;:-!
frrn! • n:
an ■ r
■sr'-' r.- '■!
;* c'-) iho ■'! ;1 o a’lV,’
;'0. In ca ' of
r'e’’: ;• a?f ‘the
po="': will l'"> ov^'r^ice tbr.t the
letter V\-:is iiiaiied in time to rrach r.s
befo?’' clO'-rin.; time and they Vvill be
TFE TIN BALLOT BOX
■■v:.. 1 0’.‘. 'ji Cl
i fc''■*'" ov^'r.Ized.
/..’’i 'vorr'r. c.n'l r;ir!s v.'lio are
''' ; ■ r t’ra' ?n-
■'Cw^ 'li:;: v/or!<, ar;i re-
(o nirol r.f. 'he Iteri Cross
- roorr.s ££»’;u:.-clay, Feb. S
rC ^ o’clcch.
i teen counties Vvli?n the Stcven.'^-
, .473,500 ; Scales bill is called for passa.se. The
^ I represent'li ■•VC?'. \.in krov t^.e ni’nd cx
•'33 000 these western ccur.ties for the rea.zon
-»Q“ Qf)'} thr.*: a Irr^re (ieie 'aticn leaves Tuer,-
■y~^ 500 ^ n;Or:'';r.v Tia]e!;.,'i and t::;it
' (ielo'va^'c ' t'';]: i'tra:;;ht.
j In ;v’-Iit:'^: to the oT
" r*. ' , 'v.('.rser.'....:, )T Ju Gtd.e Hiu’hvvays
Comriiisrion; "’'.c Fe ’^ ;nl Ai;l bi’-, the
h’". ■■ ;mi. Id’:. t.I'. • V Xorti'.
a':c^ o I a r: 'dal'on aniioi "' ai
committee to draft a uniforin roi'.ds
b’di io be ap:ii'e:il-lc to all o? l-ie
t , coa:i:ies. Ti’is conunit-
tcG con-ir^te.I ol the cha!r;".'.n oT th.:.’
boards of co;;'.m;s?ion..rs of ti'.c t\vc;i-
ty-t^.o r.. ’ t!-.' ;Tcd.',,'Ii; • a.'-
uiLio:':’* n:enii-;r. ; II. a..
NOTICE TO TEM
All the teachers in the county Vi^ho
desire to secure credit for the reading
circle books, F.cfur’s, “Hovv' to Teach
the Elementry Subjects,” and Colin’s
“Introduction to Hi<2:h School Tcach-
Inir,” must join tho county classes and
do the work in classes before July 1
next. The leaders will meet their
first classes at Brevard School
f;n FatnrJay 22nd, at 11 A. M. Those
cf you v.’ho have the books, prepare
the first three chapters in your re-
sp'^'ctive books. ■ The Ivofur book may
tz' had from Charles Scribner’s Sons,
Ne\.' York, for Sl.OO, and the Colins
: coL; rrom the rvlacniullan Co., New
T’ ork, for Sl.'IS. Ecth book:: ccme
' f'3t"r.id. Please order the bco':s
directly, if you have not ’nad your
L?ach"r c”der thoni for you.
The reading circle v.ork iks absolute
ly necessary fcr teachcr.s of all pro-
For a Righteous and Abiding Peace.
In days like these of great and
sudden chan?:e, there may be unex
pected happeninj?s even in the week
ly i.'Tsucs of the News. But one
thinj;- Ave may be sure of: our pray
ers for pcace w^ill be needed this year
as much as they ever v/ere. Hos
tilities have ceased, fcut pcace is
much harder to v/in than victory.
The secret of swift victory was un-
(’...r CoJ, the .t^cncrous and complete
subordination of all forces under one
ma.‘'/cer rnin<l. Pcace cannot come
Qat Avay—not at this sta;>:e cf the
v.'cr’d’s history. In prayin;^ for a
r\rh':eous and abidin" peace, v/e are
asking: oT Cod a "rcatcr miracle Lhan
L"t us pray:
1. ••’at the Icndin.e: statesmen of
c:ror.eive schools, and, it is further,nations, mectinrc in conference
neccssary that all school oITicials de
r.iro tiiat their teachers do ‘.aid v'ork
and aid aiid ercoura-’'e tliem with
■ ■'-'oi;. Xov,' th' vefore ’et us aP
:lo wc,i; and put it in i;nn;e^Iia■;e
'’onrT for succors,
relating; to peace, may have the guid-
anc ' o' ihe Kolv J^;:irit.
?. That the:-’ n^ay be delivered
•'■•om the spirit of revenge; fi’ora all
biiterness and pr'^jadiee, and from
the pettiness of national jealousy
a. That they may not be r’ov; ’ by
t’'’.e '..rr of %’crdcd interests, ;:or of
the f;.-''/-_irni of snialler minds.
Aiird iity Cod and H^ave'dy Fath
er, 'n vhor.i all creatures live, and
'"o art t’le Gir'.ver e ,:'i ’ -e an;| Ar-
r'l . : i -’V. . v. r -\ ’ ..
of Cidacun y v, d a
r.ir r’.-' e-id v '-
:i:un ,; 0.
■ • ’"'-t r
:;rt siij: :n tl:e
no one i"’"." ’ja.r.-''
con'a-ns u; t'l th.e
wha ■ ’
ju'’ cut ir.to the ballot box and
open the epv.‘T):ie.
The chan,';'e ma-le fcr the last ei:rhc
workini': day< cf the congest is a very
important one fcr vou as the six
i'-”\ 'i'. TT. ('CO va®; horteps
’ ■ ■ ''^'^^ata^ia*’ ' lub on Thur?'’a’.'
;>f , vt
“Tl'ie Pre'^ent Form of Federal.
;>;vl j\Tun’final Govov^ime'tt”
vas the tonic <"i«ou=sion for the
afternoon, led by 'Trs. C. B. Deaver.
At the of the meetin.e; de-
l’".''v'frd; ref’’"'^hn-ents were served bv
Av ry coa.nty. J. L. Cottr ;1, ( .,i i-
well cou'-ty; I. 'diilli. . G:';d'i:n
coir.ity; I.. P. I'.Ior.-e. IlendeiTon
coarty; John Trottir. i'iiu on. coin' ;
T. LintLey, Fell', county; Dr. A.
r.I. ronnctt, Sv.a'n county; V.'. E.
e?-e, Transylvania county; C. E.
\Valh.:r, Chi roi:^ ' coun^^y, and Thos.
Cox. Jackson county.
This committee was in sesslun for
several hours last aicnt and invited
tho followin.e: aUot. p.ey; to serve with
them: Judjre J. D. i^Iarph;’, A. Hall
Johnson, C. C. Cowan and 'W. E.
Po'7':h skctclie? of a uniform road,
bill v^'ere made but there is yet much
work to be done before the bill is
biter in all human affairs, v.e ask
E iite-’Ercv.-ir i Ncv.r;: Tliv blessin'T u”on the Peace Con-
Dar Sir:—The 2Sth of Januarv ! ^(?‘^’2nce, assembled in the interest cf
,, 'oy I v.as 78 years , the nations and for the future wel
fare an.’l hanpiii.ess of mankind. Save
^ Th^e, fi'oni 'vi'on;:^ and
false an'ibiiions, from d’scord and
:i.~''e’'tion, from preju;Hce and pride
and al! unv/crihy ain;', that, truidcd
by Th;,' vi"^ ie;n, it i n^y lay tiie lcu?>
da'-’m'i ir rie(iceon'necK an ! truth, o"
a r;; h""Ous and ah‘'’:n::: peace, and
r-'O nrenare the v/ay of the Lor^l, and
;nn\e r!'s ];alh slrai.chi;. \Ve ask ii,
'n tho name of the same. Thy Son,
our Savionr, Jesus Christ. Amen.
C, D. C.
RED GROGS AUCTION SALE
^''-'-T.n on rny ncarc’y. com-
• ’■ --’t vo' •, ■ I
ble v.'Ith tlonr. .'U'var, cori';::' .".’'d e,'.'.-
: l ’ 'Tc'\ too man-,' to nv. -"tion—
amcu.it;;v; to alon' iO.O''. I deliv-
ered. a short iv!e.'‘^a "e f'^e.n Co "s ctcr-
n;)l trn+h. h'n! "rayrr:; a,:n'. ;ny vife
■n-’.'t I r'd’.irned onr mo-t sincere
thaak to a.'.- ,':co',l fricds for their
lovin,'!’ kindnc;-s to us.
rd • rttlo chure’i at Kto,.a.h sent
;"ood poun lin,-; a’-o.
A rnmb:=r of members of the Bre-
var I Wecines()av C!iib v,ere Kuoste '’''“'’‘5' “> F>-eseirted to the lejliela-
months, one an;! 'V o vears h:;ve be en ' at thi=' mectinrr as vrell as several oth
advanced materially. Not ih.e pr’ce
of the paper but the value o'f the vote.
Read the printed tabic belov.
Contestants may cast for publica
tion 125,000 votes ahead of the leader
of todays score. Theis means that |
if you are behind, that you can catch :
up and cast 125,000 more. *
The next reirular meetin" will be
ture and further meetin.cs of the
committee will be held.
Prior to its adjournment, the asso-
My t'vin ’irc-iier, E. ii.'. All'son, and
I wore bapti.?-jdi into the f::iIov>ship cf
Little River chur-h v.hcn v.'c v/ere 11
(icod luck to the Xows.
Biblical Record.er v.ill
R2D GROGS WORK
held with Mrs. F. P. Sledfre on Feb-1 ciation adopted a resolution instruct-
ruary 13th at 3:C0 n. m. j i*^S the entire committee to go to
i Raleigh and present to the represon-
CARD OF THANKS
The splendid spirit in which the
women of the town and county have
undertaken this allotment of 400 re
latives of the twenty-two counties garments is throughly appre-
. the plans and desires of the jjeople the work.
The rcj^’istercd siicrihorn cow and
calf given by R. W. Everett to the
Transylvania Chcipler A. R. C., v/ere
sold to the highe:.t bidder at twelve
en ?*onda-''. ^
?fa;.or Prcese acted as auctioneer
and the animrdis were knockcd do^‘;a
to Robt. Orr for t’ie sum cf $230.00.
Tho money was turned over to the
local Red Cross and v.ill be used to
purchase materials fro.n which gar
ments will be miide for the war suf
ferers of France and Belgium.
AT METHODIST CHURCH.
have the Red Cross work room open
We wish to extend our sincere ; as represented by 'the members of Arrangements have been made to
thanks to our many friends for their the association. In addition the
kindness shown us, and especially , board of commissioners of the coun-
those who so willingly assisted us dur-1 ties represented were urged to send i completed. The fbllowing ladies
Numbers of people have promised ing the illness and death of our dear j a representative of their county to j charge: Monday, Mrs.
the contestants a subcription or a re- husband and father. May God bless : Raleigh at the expense of the county | Tuesday, Mrs. J. T. Bar-
Sunday School will begin promply
at 9:45 A. M. Bring a passenger
for your Boat.
The sermon subject for the eleven
newal ofAfteir old subcription and
these proiH^es were made in good
faith thenefore, it would be well for
the contestants to remind the people
of all these promises NOW as it will
soon be TOO LATE.
each and every one.
Mrs. A. Heath and children.
Davvivon River and Brevard Pres-
The following schedule ^
votes will be issued on Paid in
•ivance subscriptions to candi-i j' Instead of
dates working in this campaign. ^
6 months. .$ .75. . 8,000 votes pj. VKnday as heretofore, beginning
1 year. . . . 1.50. .16,000 votes 1 Sunday. Feb. 9th, David-
2 years. . . 3.00. .40,000 votes jgQp_ River will have pr-jsaching service
Brevard j ev^ry Sunday morning at eleven and
Miss Marie Kilpatrick 484,500 |S^aday <c,->ool n ten o’clock. Bre-
Miss Mildred Bryant. .484,500 , v’ard church il] - .vc jyi|j)»ttg;:8er-
Miss Dovie Garren .. .436,000 | vice every Sunday af«fernoon at 3
Miss Fair Selson 125,000 | o’clock, with Sunday school at ten
to urge the passage of the g;ood
Never has Asheville been host to a
more serious and more determined
body of men and for that matter
there has never been a gathering of
such marked harmony. Not a single
note of discord. No differences of
opinion. The one hundred and forty
men stand pledged to the’utmost ef
fort and they are working as a unit.
daily from 3 to 5 p. m. until the job o’clock service is, “God’s Place in
Man’s Plans.” This is a companion
sermon to the one delivered on last
Sunday morning, “Man’s Place in
The evening theme is, “Three In
One”, a side light on today’s Sun
day School lesson.
ADMITTED TO BAR
Frof. A. F. Mitchell, our worthy
and efficient Superintendent of Pub
lic- Instruction, was admitted to the
bar by the Supreme Court at Raleigh
Miss Reba Ashworth. .480,500 as usual, ^hic arrangement will last I last week. Prof. Mitchell has not
Mrs Leona Saltz . . .474,500 until June^ 1st, v hcn Brcva.rd v/i!l decided yet where he will open his
Mrs. Ed Mackey 467,500 have morning service.
clay; Wednesday, Mrs. R. H. Zach
ary; Thursday, Mrs. H. V. Smedberg;
Friday, Mrs. J. W. Smith; Saturday,
Mrs. H. L. Wilson.
As the garments are to be shipped
by Feb. 15, it is desired that they be
delivered to the branches by the 12th
if possible, for after that they must
be collected, inspected, corrected,
counted, re-counted, folded, tied, la
beled, billed, packed and shipped, so
let us finish the job as we have begun.
A. J. G., D. W. W.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to sincen% thank our
friends and loved ones for their help
and sympathy durin^r tiie death and
sickness in our family.
P. M. ORR
We have just received from Con
gressman Zeb Weaver a consignment
of vegetable and flower seeds.
Anyone interested in obtaining
some of these seeds will please c^l
at once at the supply is limited.
MAPLE shade; TREES
I have about 75 maple shade trees
which I will be glad to giv’e free of
charge to any who may wish them
if they will call at the old Gillespie
Cottage, Pisgah Forest. ..^
C. H. PARKS.
Nov/ that the clarion of peace has
sounded not only in every home thru
out France, but in every home let it
be a mansion in the city, a bungalow
in the valley, or a log cabin among
the b’iis of the Allied participants,
iiov/ that the war monster who for
i'our Ica%’ years brutally enforced up
on humanity his despicable crimes—•
I’aat the lovcvs of civilization
i chu ldcr to ir.entioa — crimes
'hat eve a. the inhabitaaiis of the Dark
A/:cs refrained from committing has
been vIi'-;;orIcusl^' cub'tueJ. Our
be fiven to the Great
^'o.:.:V.a". Ifr v;:io never permits His
to r;iTffcr acfc-a' v lien they
are stru^^-gling for a just and right-
01; • caFO. Had it noc been that we
were battlin<>- for Christianity as v/c'il
as for civilization perhans the war
iv-onster would have been .running
r;.:;r;;a!',t in Allied territory today.
’>.:t before ent-iing Ih: gr^at coiifli^t
've V ere sure we v»'cre rip;ht and v/ent,
iih: af! and ro as a result v.e a^^e re-
ceiviii;; oar v.riun,;,)hant
Time and history will bear me out in
a.yiai.a’ liia!: no nation, no p^oplj wiii
uouri;;h Ica;!: v.here ii. tii^rc :jes froai
_;,aching3, the ;:rcat rriari-
j pies which v.ere laid down for oar
j ■;ar!anco at the begininc; r:cor;le I
jb'story. Refer to pa.-^t recor.is and'
j you v.'ill find that all nations wiiicii
I have fallen wcre nat’ions '..iiicii ai;ol-
1 is’.ied the fundemental prirc:pii^s iv.oa
I tioned above and replaced them v.iui
or.cz not j,-co;;;T::;ing Chris iani^y and
l-umanity a"j they siiouid. Let us not
rer;;-et as lora': as the iansyai.ge of»thi.‘
L'on of r.Ian shall last to praise the
One to v.hoiii pr-ii;c is cius for the
or.rierfu! blessi]7e>- Vv'o have and v;ill
■■ eeive. Aiiii.' oui' joy, r.iicl while wc
are slov.dy but surely throwInK from
(;ur shcuijiers the burdens wrought
by thii.- terrible v.ai", let that be our
first and foremost thought.
Since the strennous.hand of censor
Eiiin has been lifted to a certain ex
tent, and sircc wc have been permit
ted to 'rive come of the details of our
voya;;’c anti experiences, I presume
the home people will be interested
in haring of some of our actual hap
pening “over here.”
As this is nov.' Xev/ Y^ear’s Day,
and we have the afternoon “oif” I
shall spend my time in v.’riting and
shall say in the begining that I wish
for all the folks at home 365 perfec
tly pleasant days. •
To tell of all the things we have
come in contact with would require
too much space, tjierefore, I shall
have to confine myself only to a few
of the details of our trip.
How v.ell v*e remember that mem-
'orablc day of August 8th lOlS^w^hen
v.^c set sail for a foreign country not
pleasure seeking as many had previ
ous to the out break of the war nor
were v*e permitted the comfort and
luxuries of a first class passenger
transport. But we left realizing that
v/e were setting out upon a mission
greater than that sought for by the
pleasure Seekers during all the past
year, we were sailing to^a far-away
soil not to pay a debt to any particu
lar country, but to take our place
side by side our allied comrades who
had so faithfully during the past four
years given their very life blood to
save not only their beloved homes
from autocracy but the world. Ther-
fore we were content even if our
comfoft was not first class in every
We sailed on an English transport
(Nester) accompanied by 14 other
troop ships^ there guarded by a num
ber of chasers and destroyers.^ Our
voj^ge was ratiiter northwM!^ After
(Continued on page t«ro)