ou must Register by Saturday to Vote. Attend Mass Meeting at Court House Friday night to name ofBcials.
TIm Aim is FraakaM«
EXPONENT OF TRAN
BREVAkD, N. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1921.
niE an scHooi^
TO BE NEXT WEEK
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Nights Will Be Given To Closing
HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL PLAY
TO BE GIVEN FRIDAY NIGHT
The Brevard public schools will
close next week, commencement ex
ercises being hsld on Wednesday
Thursday and Friday nights at the
High School auditoriuin. The only
daytime exercises will be a piano re
cital by Mrs. O. L. Erwin’s class on
Thursday afternoon, April 28, at 4
The cxerciscs on Wednesday night
FINAL SEFJICE BY
Pastoz* Of Baptist Church Preached
Last Sermon Sunday Night to
Rev. C. E. Puett closed a three
year pastorate of the Baptist Church '
last Sunday night. It cama rather
suddenly to most of his members,
only a few having: a hint of his in
Mr. Puett has impressed himself
very forcibly on his members and in
the association by his earnest labors
as pastor. From tho *pulpit he has
preached the truth in an able and
forcible way, giving* out the truth and
standing for all that was good and
moral, and pointing out the impor
tance of agreement between profes
sion and practice as a necessary con-
S. M. FdacFie Announces That Mr. Rents Property To Ala-
Perry of Hendersonville Will
Be Here Next Tuesday.
bE.tna Wom-rn to Conduct A
Former Resident Of This County
Dying in Asheville Brought
Back For Burial.
I have arrnn(?ed with Mr. Perry, Sinlard recently entered into
,he Florist of Hender-onville, to spend ^ contract with Mrs. L. G. Joyner of
next Tuesday and Wednesday at my Birmingham, Ala., on the terms of
store, and will be glad for all the conduct a camp
ladies in Brevard and Vicinity to Siniard place about a
Cc£.li‘:hzz!:or]to the News
Fu;:cral services of George Baxter
S ROAD NEED
WilUam Goldsmith, Visiting In Bre>
vard, Urges Work On the Jones
meet Mr. Porry and get valuable
.suggestions on growing better flowers,
Ho will have bedding stock samples
of a great many flowers too numerous
to mention; also ferns, vines and
ever:;reens, hanging baskets and
A short talk with Mr. Perry will
make us all more enthusiastic on grow
mile and a half from town.
Grccnviille is beginning to realize
vjho-t the Jones Gap Road would mean
Not on!v Eias the chamber of com-
Mor-i.n; of 40 n:2.h;r.nd strcL^t, Ashe- and the young .mens’ .clubs
villc, I'l. C. VvOi'j hold Tuesday 'after- | taken up the mater, but articles have
noo'i Anri! 12, at the home of the ' *»®«n appeari<.-ig in"the Piedmont and
In honor of this town, whose reput- deccii::: .! and lalcr completed at the I News not only from Transylvania
ation as a centre of camn activities 3^ penrose. The
is continoally spreading, Mrs. Joyner ; j conducted
has named her camp “Camp Brevard.'
The Siniard residence will be ac-
^ ^ aition of the spiritual vitality of the
, April 27 Will consist of a two-part] i, , u ^
T church and its ability to wm r.cw
program: a rccitation and declamation ! ^ .
i X -1 j ^ i members,
contest among four girls and four tt j i.- i j u- i. i.
u ^ Ti- c 1- 1 ^ 11 j V Under his leadership the church ■
boys of the High School, followed by , , • j> j x
.,,7 , : 1 has been moving forward, until to-j
day she is in a growing and flourish- ;
7. \7. F. rowell, pastor of the
cap’cd r.3 headquarters for the camp, | ’by Rev. Benjamin
which will have the privilege of the | Itev. W. F. Cann.
grounds and the lake. Mr. Siniard The services at Enon Baptist
ing better flowers and more of them. | occupy their cabin on j church v/cre conducted by Rev. Benj.
Let’s make Brevard a veritable > above the residence during . Sorgee assisted by Rev. Elijah Alli-
Flower Garden for oUr Summer Visi
S. M. MACFIE.
ing condition and God is blessing his
labors among us.
It is with much regret that W'e give
up Brother Puett; but feel that he
has been divinely guided into new
lields of labor, and we bid him God
Speed as he soon leaves us for his
new field. A MEMBER.
an operetta, “Under the Sugar Plumb
Tree,” participated in by all the
grades. The prize to be awarded in
the declamation and recitation con-,
tests is $5 to each winner. |
Thursds.y night, April 28, will be
devoted to the exercises of the grad
uating class and tha annual address
to graduates. About forty minutes
will be cakcn up by the class in his-^
tory, prophecy and kindred subjects,
after which Dr. D. D. Wallace, pro
fessor of historv rnd economics at,
Wofford Co’ieLre, will make an ad- |
On Friday nir^ht, April 29, tho High
School students will present the an-
jiual play, entitled, “All on Account
of Polly.” !
All the exercises will be free of surviving brother, James Kilpatrick,
charge to the public cxcept the play with his family of Blantyre; also the
on Friday night, for which an admis- families of D. P. Kilpatrick, T. L.
sion will be charged. | Allen, Eardley Aiken, C. C. Kilpat-
i rick, Ed Gillespie. R. P. Kilpatrick of
J. L. BELL DECLINES TO 3F 'Brevard; W. P. Kilpatrick, Paul
CANDIDATE ON TOWN TICKET McCrary, R. W. Kilpatrick of Ashe-
I am sure I do not fail to apj.^cc- i Rhodes, I. S. Kilpat- '
iate the compliment paid me by tho.^e
FAMILY REUNION AT HOME OF
ROBERT G. KILPATRICK
R. J. Kilpatrick of Little River
celebrated his 79th birthday on Sun
day, April 10th with a family reun
ion embracing the fourth generation.
Among those present were his only
The followilig visiting attorneys
were in attendance on Superior Court
presided ovex- by Judge W. J. Adams,
here this week.
Solicitor G. D. Bailey of Burns
ville; J. E. Shipman of Henderson
ville; Walter E. Moore and E. P.
Stillwell of Sylva.
Emerson Eaves, court stenograph
er, is also at his post of duty.
ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF JUDGE
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn entertained
Chac. B. Deaver, W. E. Breese and
J. E. Shipman to supper at the Crary
Hotel, on Monday evening to meet
Judge Adams and Solictior Bailey,
who are stopping at the Crary Hotel
during the Court. All present en
joyed a splondid meal well served.
OAK FOREST SCHOOL OPENS
friends, who have su'xgested my name
for Mayor in The News and many
others who have privately asked me
to accept a nomination.
From expcr>nce I know the work
the office ontnila
I also know the
"ick, T71!lie and R. L. Kilpatrick of
Penrose; Mrs. Florida Case of Horse
Shoe; Daniel Justus of Blantyre; D.
H. and L. P. Kilpatrick, Mrs. F. Albea
and Mrs. T. J. Shipman, Jr., of Hen
derson vill'e ;W. H. Gray, J. C. and Z.
V. Kilpatrick of Flat Rock, in all
nunibering about one hundred and
fifty guests. An elaborate dinner
\va3 served on the lav/n and the day
'.vas very happily spent by all who
limitations that age has placed on my
physical and nervous energy. It
involves more work than I am able
to do. For this reason I must decline
the proffered honor. |
I make this public announcement place of reunion was the old
that our people may center on some bome of Porter Kilpatrick, who died
man who can and will accept the of- ‘ibout 35 years ago. There he raised
fice and not cast their vote for one sons, Ben, William,« Eob^t,
who would have to decline. | James and Charles. William was a
In this connection let me say that Lieutenant in the Confederate army
I have no sympathy 'with a prevalent killed in the war.
J. L. Osteen, v/ho recently finished
a session as principal of the Lake Tox
away school, has opened s, school at
Oak Forest. This school house is on
the top of the mountain in Eastatoe
Township. Ov/in'? to failure to open
at the usual time, this district has
been without a teacher throughout
the w^inter months.
The camp will open about the mid
dle of June.
MAYOR T. H. GALLOWAY WRITES
sc:i and Rsv. C. E. Puett.
Mr. G. H. Kleuppelberg sang very
beautifully, “Sometime We’ll Under
Mr. Morgan died at the Mission
citizens, but from citizens of Green*
ville as well. . Among them a splendid
letter appeared in the Piedmont of
AprH 18, by Wm. Goldsmith who is
visiting with Dr. Hunt. . The article
very ably noints out the many advan*
tages to both Greenville and Transyl
vania County of the Jones Gap road
and shews how highly important to
both sections that this road be im
proved at once. Mr. Goldsmith deser
ves the thanks of both Greenville and
Transylvania Counties for his stirring
appeal. . We quote from an editorial
in the Greenville Piedmont:
WHERE GREENVILLE IS LOSING
Hospital Monday morning April 11,
To the Citizens of Brevard; Greeting after a short illness. He was bom in
In the closing days of the present | Brevard in 1862, and since has been ' 'r' ‘ ’ ini , ■
administration of the town of Brevard a conductor for the Asheville Power , . 7 a vast
' amount of money and a very consid
erable quantity of trade because the
Jones Gap highv;ay to the North Caro
lina line is unimproved.
The Piedmont urges every business
man a.id every public spirited citizen,
to read, elsewhere in this issue the
I take this opportunity to express my I and Light Company,
appreciation to the -c ' people of;
said town, Dcy^ocrats and Re
The deceased is survived by the
widow and the following children:
neir sup-| Lester, Elizabeth and
port, not only in elecur.g me Mayor : Morgan,
of Brevard in 1919, but for their i ^
moral and co-operative joirit during ^ pall-bearers ,vere: R. L. Wor-
my entire term of office.* i P. Miller, J. B. j letter 'vritten to this newspaper by
It has been’in a tinle of reconstruc-' ‘ P^emmons and E. P. j Wmiam Goldsmith who is at present
tion and in the midst of a ficod-tide ! These v/ere fellovz-workmen j sojourning in Brevard for his health-
i^quor-makin'^ and Trinking a^d auto^^^r the Power and i All Greenville hopes that Mr. Gold-
mobile racinj, all of which tend to Company. The honory pall- smith will speedily be quite well a-
demoralization. My court at times niembers of the Junior Or-
may have had the tone of a Sunday
School lecture, nevertheless it had the
effect, I have no apology to offer for
such lectures. During the 1st year
gain and back home.
The arguments presented by Mr.
Goldsmith for the immediate improve
ment of the JoneS^ap highway are
unanswerable. He demonstrates
der were: J. W. Edson, J. T. Wallens,
X. A. Harrison, J. H. Adams, George
Pennell and S. G. Donald.
By his quiet and upright life Mr..
I tried more than 100 cases and dur- ^^organ had won his w-^ay to the hearts clearly that Greenville is losing an in-
ing the second year, I have tried less many of the best people both in i calculable sum because the road is
than 50 cass. I have been a con- ’ Asheville a>d, iyr th? vicinity of his ! impassable. He points out the in-
tinuous citizen of our to^^-n for 38 boyhood. This fact wag atte^ed by ! disputable truth that, were it improv-
years and I wili say, that the resnect tne large crowds that attended the ! v*o\ild greatly increase the
for and obedience to Law and Order funeral services. A multitude of ume of business done in Greenville
has never been bettor than it is to Ashevihe’s best citizens gathered at! aud add to our trading territory,
clay. the home to pay their last respects.! ^ highway is improved, the
As to th progress in soirit and con-1 ■‘^t Enon Baptist Church the building j money used for that purpose will con
structive achievements which have ' crowded to the limit by friends | stitute an investmeljt prolific in divi-
been randicapped for lack of funds the surrounding country who i dends to the business interests of
this I will let the street and finance bad gatjiired to show their great es- Greenville. It is the best sort of
THE PRAYER CORNER.
“He maketh me to lie down in green
pastures”. Pastures are for mourish- all an affectionate farev, ell.
committees explain. i teem for the deceased.
And now to each member of the ' A large number of friends accom.-
Board of Aldermen and our street panied the body from Asheville to
overseer for advice and help as faith- the cemetery at Penrose,
ful guaraians of our to\%n and to G. , Mr. Morgan was a brother-in-law
E. Lathrop, Clerk and tax collector, of Dr. W. M. Lyday of Brevard and
for his integrity^ ability and efficiency v;as well known by many residents of
as v/ell as kindness shown, I bid you this countv^.
T. H. GALLOWAY, Mayor
TRAINING INSTITUTE BAND
idea am.ong some o f our best business
men that to accept the position of
Mayor or Alderman v/ould hurt their
buoinecs. A faithful discharge of ^
duty, official or other\\ise, never hurt |
any man’s business, and I trust none ———
of our active business men will refuse Bromfield, Mayor; E. W. Blythe,
Some of the greatrgreat-grand-
children of Porter Kilpatrick now
live in Brevard.
A GOOD TICKET SUGGESTED:
Institute and he reports satisfactory
progress among the learners. Tho
the call of our city for service.
J. L. BELL.
RED BUS LINE TO OPERATE i
AGAIN THIS SEASON: j
The Red Bus Line management in *
a co:nmv’iicalion to the Brevard News '
announces that buses will ply between
Brevard and Henderscnville beginn- i
ing Monday of next week, making
a daily schedule of four trips.
I Alderm.an; C. H. Klueppelberg, Al-
1 derman; J. M. Allison. Alderman; Cos
j Paxton, Alderman; H. R. Walker,
|Aldcrr/ian; G. E. Lathrop, Secretary
I and Treasurer; T. B. Crary, Superin
tendent Street Works.
A safe conservative and progres-
civo bunch to look after the progress
rnd welfare of the Best Tovm in N.
C. Chief Barnett and policeman
Harding v/ili look after anything dis-
ment, and for rest. Some times
there are enforcd rests. The shep- j
herd makes his sheep lie down that ■
they may get rested, and-groxv strong j
and beautiful in their spirits. This ^ 27th Annual Convention of
is what the Good Shepherd does with Episcopal Missionary District of
us sometimes, when we fall sick, for ^ Asheville rriet in St. Mark’s Church, band numbers nineteen
instance. j Gastonia, April 12th, 13th, and 14th. : ond sixteen horns.
We think we have not time to rest There was an unusually large atten-| prepares all the music for
lie dcvv^n, and we find our sick room Reports made at the convention i
j showed marked progress
business proposition to get this high
way into shape at once. It is econ
omy to do it. It is extravagance and
wastefulness not to do it.
The South Carolina Press Associat
ion is to meet in Greenville early in
July. It is much desired to take the
newspapermen from all parts of the
State to spend the day at Ceasar’s
Head and show them the glories of
that beautiful region. This would
mean i.nmense advertisement and
M. J. Orr of North Brevard is train- i, b^efit to that part of the county, yet
iiig a band organizeo at the Brevarr. | question to carry the
a bit of pasture. j showed marked progress along all
A fr’end who had been in the hos- It v/as unanim.ously agreed j
pitai several v/eeks, and y^'as conval- to petition the Gen - Convention |
escing wrote, “I have found my little ^he Episcopal Church, which meets |
It was also stated that more buses * orderly and guard our property while
will be put on if necessary later in sleep. A CITIZEN.
have very reasonable rates. A printed
schedule will appear next week.
SERIES OF MEETINGS TO BE
HELD IN METHODIST CHURCH:
A series of meetings will be held
in the Methodist Church beginning
1st Sunday in May at 11 o’clock.
I^ervices for each night at 7:45 will
be held the week following. The
preaching will be done by the pastor,
Rev. A. S. Raper. All ministers in
the town aj^e cordially invited to
work in the meeting together with
all Christian people — in praying,
and doing personal work.
Thi^fteeting is intended to help the
people; therfore those who are
|tot Christians, are earnestly asked
to consider their ways
each and every service. “Put God
First” is our slogan! PASTOR.
the season, and it is planned to make
th’s cervicc an all the year around FISHI?IG SEASON TO OPEN SOON
e ^iness. The cars will stop for any- , STREAlvIS STOCKED V/ITK TROUT
o^ on the Horseshoe route and will |
Leroy 0''Kelly, district ranger for
the Government Reserve, was in Bre
vard recently and reported that the
fishing season on the reserve would
open May 1. The streams have been
stocked with rainbow and brook trout,
85,000 being put in this year and an
other carload is expected soon.
The new auto road from Pisgah
Forest, connecting with the Pisgah
Motor road, will be open within the
next month, Mr. O’Kelly said.
Fishing permits can be obtained from
■he district fiscal agent, forest ser
vice, Washington, D. C. Only ten
daj's are allow’ed to any one fisherman
c’ur^.g the season. The price of the
neSihg permit is $1.00 for men and
M cents for women. No charge is
and attendiftiaclc for children under fourteen
vfdiite cot here in this qui?t room a
bit of God’s Green Pasture.”
He never makes us lie c.ov/n on the
rott'zh hillside or c.i the dr.t,ty road
or among the rocks; it is always in
the soft rich grass, w^here we may
feed while we rest.
Be sure you do not miss the bless-
eighteen months hence, that this Dis
trict be erected into a Diocese as the
District is nnv.^ ready and able to meet
all the requirements of a Dioscese.
The convention accepted a cordial in
vitation to conduct its gneral meeting ,
in the 1st Presbyterian Church the,
second evening of the convention.
This iarge beautiful church was filled
nev.'spapermen there unless the road
The Piedmont endorses heartily all
th'it the Chamber of Commerce and
tKe-.i"oung Men’s Business League
secure the improvement
Gap road and cannot too
the legislative delegat
ion and Supervisor Dili to do all with
in their power to see to it that this
MONTIE” CHAPMAN IS MADE I highv*ay is put into the best shape
VESTRYMAN. j without further delay. The expendi-
I ture of the public funds for the im-
In the Anderson Daily Tribune of | provement of the Jones Gap road will
April 12, we note that M. M. Chap- j be amply justified and approved by
man has been elected a vestryman i the people of -Greenville, city and
0^ tho Grace Episcopal Church of county.
Mathatasian Club held a very en-
In the opinion of The Piedmont, the
conversion of the Jones Gap road in
to a modern highway will mean the
addition of hundreds of thousands of
dollars -a year to the volume of busi-
ing of sickness, of sorrow, of trial to the doors. Two notable addresses j^yable meeting with Mrs. Julia | ness done in Gn
of anv kind. God wants vou to , ^ -r^ Trowbridere on Thursdav. Onlv two > Let’s go get it.
of any kind. God wants you to
grov>r in patience, in trust, in joy, in
peace, in all gentleness, and kindness
v^henever He makes you lie down in
the green pasturs.”
0 Thou blessed Shepherd, we thank
Thee for those precious v/ords, “He
were delivered by Rev. Dr. Way, rec
ior of St. Mary’s School, Raleigh;
and the Rev. Dr. Olham of Sa. Ann’s
Church, Bx'ooklyn, N. Y
hoar:- one good Presbyterian layman
Trowbridge on Thursday. Only two ^
members w'ere absent. Mrs. Seagle i
and Mrs. Chas. B. Deaver were elect- j
"’’he ^iter delegates to the St.ate Federation |
which meets in June. Tv/o new mem. I
BIG SNAKE KILLED
Jason Huggins, while on his rounds
y, ‘-Come again and let us know | i substitute mail carrier on Route
each other better.” The next meet-
ii:g of the District will be held in
bers elected, alsp other matters of j One, picked up the following infor-
years accompanying persons having
l^aketh Me to Lie Down in . Green Grace Church, Waynesville, April 20,
Pastures.” We know not what is 1921. J. C. S.
best for us, but Thou knowest, and . , n . ■ ...
fiome times Thou dost make us lie grov/ in patience, in trust, in joy, in
down that we may get rested and grow peace, in all gentleness and kindness,
ctrong and beautiful in our spirits, whenever Thou makest us to lie down |
But it is always in green pastures, the green pastures.” M.
never on the rough hill side, or on the Help us ever to yield to Thy loving
dusty road or amoiig the rocks — al- guidance V/iih glad and willing hearts,
ways in the soft rich grass, where we knowing that in the green pastures
may f'ied while we rest. we shall grow in patience, in trust,
On never let us miss the blessing of in joy, in peace, in all gentleness and
sicknss/of •son'owB,-of trials of any landness if we will but trust Thee
kind,, Thou dost long for. . us to and rest in Thy live. Amen. C. D. C.
business discussed, after which the
Club adjorned to meet April 28th
with Mrs. Ralph Zachary and Mrs.
Raper, joint hostesses.
r,!RS. WARD ENTERTAINS:
mation which he reported to the
Frank Lance, son of Joe Lance, re
cently killed a rattle snake, which
w'as over five feet long, weighed ten
pounds, and carried nine rattles and
Frank is, fifteen years of age.
Mrs. D. G, Ward entertained the
faculty of the city schools with a
rook party on Wednesday night ~he I R. H. ZACHARY BUYS HOUSE
teachers v/ere invited to meet with i —
Rev. C. D, Chapman once m ore be-' R. H. Zachary has bought the house’
fore th(B close of the school term.! of Mrs. John Zachary n^ar the city
Delicious refreshments were served I limits and expects to move into it
and a social evening much enjoyed. | this week.