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THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
for the least money.
Our years of experience in
judging Groceries enables us
to estimate value very accur
By paying cash we get the
very best quality for the lowest
price. We are always on the
and are striving constantly to
give you more and better goods
for your' money than we have
ever done before.
Ih CITY MARKET
Is the best place in town to get the best of
EVERYTHING to eat. The best of Fresh
and Cured Meats, Chickens, Eggs, Butter
and Vegetables are to be found here at all
We will pay the highest cash price for
all kinds of Country Produce.
THE CITY MARKET
W. H. DUCKWORTH S. F. ALLISON
A. M. WHITE
U. G. WOODWARD
Announcing the Chevrolet
White & Woodward of Rosman wish to an
nounce that they have acc^ted the agency for The
Chevrolet Cars and will deliver, right to your door, a
touring car for $835.00 and a roadster for $820.00 Re
member we deliver right here. Notify ua for demon
White (8^ Woodward
Hosman, N. C.
BREVARD INSTITUTE OPENS
MINSTRELS AT FRENCH BROAD
The French Broad Minstrels grave
The fall term of school at the Bre- their annual performance at Camp
vard Institute will begin next Thurs- French Broad Saturday evening be-
day morning. A number of students ® large audience made up of
have already arrived and most of the friends of the players from Brevard,
teachers will return from their vaca- , Asheville and other nearby towns,
tions the first of next week. Officials | A minstrel show has been a feature
of the institute state that an un- of each camp season for several years;
usually large number of students but the entertainment Saturday night
have registered for the work of the far surpassed all records in the fun
session that opens next week. ! history of-the camp. The first part
The intsitute this year will have a ' the program was given over to the
new assistant principal. Prof. O. H. »>lack faces who kept the audience in
Orr, who wafl|^st year principal of ® whirl of hilarity with a rapid fire
the high school at Weddington, N. laughter making songs and jokes.
C. He comes to Brevard with high- The interiocutor was Joe Barchsn
est recommendations from education- | didn’t allow a slow minute in the
al authorties of North and South Car- I show. The hit of the even-
olina where he taught after his pre- made by George Baya who
paration at Mars Hill College and the Rastus put over some jokes which
University of North Carolina. Af- profes
ter his graduation he also, attended seem amatuerish in compari-
summer school at the state agricul-
tural college and the state university. | The French Broad Quartet favored
There will also be a new teacher this the audience with a number of selec-
year in the Science Department. This tio^s and the solos sung by Mr.
position is to be filled by Miss Ger-1 added much to the pleasure of
trude Falls, a graduate of the Greens- the occassion.
boro College for Women. Miss Falls
is a daughter of Rev. L. A. Falls, a When You Plan Your Next Ride
former pastor of the Brevard Meth- Don't Forget The CEDAR MOUN-
odist Church. TAIN TEA ROOM.
Cleveland National Fire Insurance Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Condition December 31, 1918, as Shown by Statement Filed.
Amount of Capital paid up in cash - - - - - $ 839,580.00
Amount of Ledger Assets Dec. 31st of previous year - 1,492,632.41
Income—From Policyholders ., $535,161.62
Miscellaneous *. 79,995.30 615,156.92
Disbursements—To Policyholders 215,231.01
Miscellaneous 240,325.32 455,556.33
Fire Risks—written or renewed, for 1918 123,162,008.65 119,832,484.59
Mortgage Loans on Real Estate : .$ 389,640.43
Value of Bonds and Stocks 992,509.1^
Cash in Company’s Office ' 2,055.00
Deposited in Trust Companies and Banks not on interest. . . . 146,630.80
Agents’ bal.., representing business writ’n sub. to Oct. 1, 1918 120,946.29
Agents’ balances, reprsenting busi. writ’n prior to Oct. 1, 1918 351.33
Interest and Rents due and accrued 26,140,05
All other Assets, as detailed in statement 100.00
Less Assets not admitted 16,160.48
Total Admitted Assets $1,662,212.57
Net amount of unpaid losses and claims ■ $ 76,556.50
Unearned Premiums 364,650.66
Salaries, rents, expense, bills, accounts, fees etc., due or accrued 742.29
Estimate amt. payable for Federal, St., Co. and municipal taxes 10,450.80
Total amount of Liabilities except Capital $452,400.23
Capital Actually paid up in Cash $839,580.00
Surplus over all Liabilities 370,232.34
Surplus as regards Policyholders 1,209,812.34
Total Liabilities $1,662,212.57
Business in North Carolina during 1918.
Fire Risks written $151,858.33; Premiums received $ 835.22
President, M. S. Milbome; Secretary, O. T. Brown; Treas. 0. T. Brown
Home Office, 1108 Illuminating Building, Cleveland, Ohio.
Attorney for service, Jas. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner for N. C.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh, N. C., 1-15, 1919.
I James R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that the
above is a true and correct abstract of the statement of the Cleveland
National Insurance Company, of Cleveland, Ohio, filed with this Depart
ment, showing the condition of said Company on the 31st day of December,
less my hand and official seal the day and date above written.
JAS. R. YOUNG, Insurance Commissioner.
London Guaranty & Accident Co., London, England.
Condition December 31, 1918, as Shown by Statement Filed.
Amount of Capital paid up in Cash $ 250,000.00
Amount of Ledger Assets Dec. 31st of previous year 9,081,372.65
Income—From Policyholders $10,964,987.48
Miscellaneous 621,595.80 11,586,583.28
Discounts—To Policyholders 3,7^3,947.52
Miscellaneous 4,070,910.11 7,784,857.63
Mortgage Loans on Real Estate $ 11,000.00
Value of Bonds and Stocks ....; 8,720,550.11
Cash in Company’s Office 31,344.71
Deposits in Trust Companies and Banks on interest 669,789.47
Interest and Rents due and accrued 125,348.08
Premiums in course of Collection 2,961,186.13
All other Assets, as detail^ in statement 489,227.88
Less Assets not admitted 982,680.06
Total admitted Assets .$12,025,766.32
Unpaid Claims $ 5,758,027.76
Expense, Investigation and adjustment of Claims 14,300.00
Unearned Premiums '. 3,037,827.95
Commission, Brokerage and other charges due .. ' 483,641.13
Salaries, rents, expenses, bills, accounts, fees, etc. due or accrued 6,000.00
Estimated amt. for Federal, State, Co., and Municipal Taxes 195,726.67
Return Premiums 172,207.93
All other Liabilities as detailed in Statement 1,278,980.01
Total amount of all Liabilities except Capital ...$10,957,266.65
Capital actually paid up in Cash, State Deposits 250,000.00
Surplus over all Liabilities 818,499.67
Total Liabilities .$12,025,766.32
Business In North Carolina During 1918
Premiums received $51,794.61; Losses Paid $1,402.38.
President, F. W. Lawson, U. S. Manager; Home Office, in U. S. Chicago, 111.
Attorney for Service, Jas. R. Yc'ung, Insurance Commissioner, Raleigh, N. C.
Manager for North Carolina, Kead Office.
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh, N. C., 1—18, 1919
I, James R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that
the above is a true and correct abstract of the statement of the London
Guaranty & Accident'Company, of London, England, filed with this De
partment, showing the condition of said Company on the 31st day of De
Witness my hand and official seal the day a|id date above written.
JAS. R. YOUNG, Insurance Con^issloner.
U6H! UlOMa HAKES
YOU DEATHLY SICK
Stop Using Dangerous Drug Be*
fore It Salivates You!
You’re bilious, sluggish, constipated and
believe you need vile, dangerous calomel
to start your liver and clean your bowels.
Here’s my guarantee! Ask yow drug
gist for a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
and take a spoonful tonight. If it
doesn’t start your liver and straighten you
right up better than calomel and without
griping or making you sick I want you to
go back to the store, and get your money.
Take calomel today and tomorrow you
v/ill feel weak and sick and nauseated.
Don’t lose a day’s work. Take a spoonful
of harmless, vegetable Dodson’s Liver
Tone tonight and wake up feeling great.
It’s perfectly harmless, so give it to your
children any time. It can’t salivate, so
let them eat anything afterwards.—Ad
WHY BUY BREAD OUT OF
TOWN WHEN YOU CAN GET
MORE BRI^Xd and BETTER
BREAD FOR THE SAME
MONEY AT YOUR HOME
DR. J. Y. McKlNNEY
O^er Weilt’s Ladies’ Store
NO. 237 1.0.0. F.
Meets every Monday 8:00 P. M.
LODGE NO. 267
A. F.&A. M.
Dr. M. C. KREITZER^S
— CELEBRATED SALVE —
THE WONDER WORKER
For Corns, Boils, Carbuncles, Bun
ions, Burns, Sores, Fresh Wounds,
Swellings, ScaMs, Indolent Ulcers,
Tumors, Sore Breasts. E^sipelas,
Acute and Cronic Rheumatism, etc.,
follow directions closely.
Tiy it and you will never be with
out it. Price 12 and 30 cents. For
sale by Macfie-Brodie Drug Co.
W. C. POWER A CO., Mfrs.
3630 N. Gratz St., Philadelphia, Pa.
8ome do it from ignorance: some
from carelessness: some in a spirit
of martyrdom and some from a
mistaken sense of duty impelling
them to go on sacrificing them
selves for others, until they "drop
In their tracks”.
Thousands of women have learned
better; have found out that it’s
wrong to suffer from the peculiar
Ills of womanhood; because they
need not do it
STELLA VITAE, tho^ old-time “Wo
man’s Reliet” “Mother’s Cordial”
has been helping the women of
the South to health and happiness
tor half a century.
It Is the prescription of a famous
old Southern doctor ami has proved
successful with thousands of wo-
men and young girls.
STELLA VITAE ia compounded la
the .laboratories of the Thacher
Medicine Co., Chattanuuga, Tenn...
and sold by all druggists at a mod
erate price. Money refunded it
the first bottle fails to help.
PALPITATION OF THE HEARTI
The experience of a woman
whQ has successfully passed the
**changes** is valuable, i This lady
tdls of the "bridge that carried
**I wn ia a bkm* wivtdied condition, st
flnt most critical ^inic ia a woman’s litck
*the change.* I had palpitatioa of the beail
and would swell and blost la a Tcrr dlatroi^
•I took fire bettks st STELLA TITA^
•ad I sm iMpnr to ssjr that it com) me.
Ban I wcicfaed on\v lOS poanda
pounds.**—Mrs. K. IL
When 1 began
1 now weigh IBS
For Sale by Macfie-Broodie Drag Co.
R ATS DIE.
so do mice, once theyC^
SNAP. And they
odor behind. Don't take o
it—^try a package. Cats a
won't touch it. Rats pass n;
to get RAT-SNAP. Three f]
2Sc. •ixe (1 cake) em
Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar.
50c. sis* (2 cakes) for/C-hicken
House, coops, or small builwngs.
$1.00 sis* (5 cakes) enough t*
all farm and out-buil<^gy. storage"
buildings, or factory *
Sold and Guarante^f^ft Brewd
Hardware Co., BrewardJ^^vC.
Read the advertiMni#nts in . ^e
News. Patronize those ^ho adver
tise—they deserve yovm patronage,
for they have shown tiiwlbey believe
in patr<miking home thear
ROBT. L. GASH ' W. E. BREESE. Jr.
GASH & BREESE
11 to 17 McMinn Bidltfqg
Therefore Insist Upon Gen
uine “Bayer Tablets
Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tab
lets were sold 1>y a Brooklyn manu
facturer which later proved to be
composed mainly of Talcum Powder.
“Bayer Tablets of Aspirin” the true,
genuine, American made and Ameri
can owned Tablets are marked with
the safety “Bayer Cross.”
Ask for and then insist upon “Bay
er Tablets of Aspirin” and always
buy them in the original Bayer pack
age which contains proper directions
Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer
Manuf&.;ture of Monoaceticacidester
LIFE OF FIRST PRES
IDENT OF WORLD
The Life of First
President of the Worlds
History of srreatest and
most prominent man in
the entire world. Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson.
Also Life of Col. Roose
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der at once.
W. L. CARMICHAEL,
“Why I Put Up With RaU for Years”
Writes N. Windsor. Farmer.
“Years ago I bought some rat pois
on, which nearly killed our fine watr'i
dog. It so scared us that we suffered
a lonjr time with rats until my neigh
bor told me about RATSNAP. That’s
the sure rat killer and a safe^one.'*
Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. ’ Sold
and guaranteed by Brevard Hardware
Co., Brevard, N. C.
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
To All Whom These Preset
Wheras, It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in my office that the -Macfie
Brodie Drug Company, a corporation
of this State, whose principal office
is situated in the town of BreVard,
County of Transylvania, State of
North Carolina (S. M. Macfie being
the agent therein and in charge there
of, upon whom process may be serv
ed,) has complied with the require
ments of Chapter 21, Revisal of 1905
entitled ‘Corporations,” prelimary to
the issuing of this Certificate of Dis
Now, Therefore, I, J. B. Grimes,
Secretary of State of North Caro
lina/ do hereby certify that the said
coi^oration did, on the 11th day of
A^ust 1919, file in my office a duly^
e^cuted and attested consent in
iting to the dissolution of said cor-
.ration, executed by all the stock-
.^olders thereof, which said consent
and the record of the proceeding
aforesaid are now on file In my said
ofiice as provided by law.
In Testimony Where of, I have here
to set my hand and affixed my officiid
seal at Raleigh, this 11th day of Aug
ust, A. D. 1919.
J. Bryan Grime^ Secretary of State.,
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