TRANSYLVANIA—"THE LAND OF WATERFALLS^^—-2,239 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL
EXPONENT OF TkAN-
TIm Ai« is FvaaloMM
BREVA1U>« N. C. FRIDAY, MAY 19th, 1922.
EXERCISES AT THE
PROGRAM OF THE COMMENCE
MENT EXERCISES AT THE
Friday, May 19, 1922, at 8:15 P.
M., Music Recital of members of the
piano and voice classes.
Saturday, May 20, 1922, at 9:00
A. M., last chapel exercise for .the
vear. Address by Superintendent C.
Saturday, May 20, 1922 at 2:00 P.
M., Field Day l^ercses.
Saturduy, May 20, 1922, at 8:15 P.
M. Class Day Exercises.
Saturday, May 20, 1922, at 9:15
P. M., Exhibit of the work done in
the Academic, Domestic, Commercial
and Art Departments.
Sunday, May 21, 1922, at 10.15 A.
SEES GREAT FUTURE FOR
LAND OF WATERFALLS”-
SPEAKS OF NEW ROAD.
M. 0. MC-CALL
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
WRITES INTERESTING AR
TICLE ON FARMER’S
One of the question of today to
which the educatonalists of the Uni-
N. C. BAPTISTS
GIVE TO DRIVE
NORTH CAROLINA RANKS FIFTH
IN UNITED STATES WITH
GIVE OVER TWO MILLION TO
Statistics recently made public by Books of the several boards of the
the North Carolina Geological and Southern Baptist convention closed
IS ORGANIZED HERE
PISGAH POST No. 88 ORGANIZES^
AND ELECTS OFFICERS—
LARGE ATTENDANCE. .
On last Wednesday night in the
Brevard Club rooms. May 17th, the
Economic Survey and the U. S. Geo- Wednesday night. It is not known j American Legion organized a post
M., March of students ann teachers 1 ^^om t^reenville to Brevard and
and visiting friends from the campus ' Henaersonville the influx of visitors
to the Methodist ^urch. At 10:45 ' and new business into Brevard and
A. M., scliolastic procession from the \ entire section will become im-
Sunr’ay School room into the church j ®oticable and itg ^pular-
Asheville, N. C., May 12, 1922.
Dear Mr. Band:—
We have just received a bunch of
Brevard booklets which we are pleas
ed to have on our front
tourists and visitors, ^ ^ ^ ^ —
tiful booklet, well gotten up, and the song, “Howxe Going to Keep | ed in order of magnitude of develop- E. Maddry, of this city gives out the der and Mr. Sloan,* Commander of
written in a most interesting and at- j Them Down on the Farm.” The brain ‘ ed water powers. North Carolina following figures: $898,243.33 is the the OtC!en Post, were present and'
tracting manner. It will, no doubt, .... - .
be the means of bringing a great
deal of new business in Brevard and
Western North Carolina.
We will be glad to keep a supply
of these for the tourists who call at
this office at all times.
With the completion of the Hisrh-
audltorium. At 11:00 A. M., com
mencement sermon to the erraduates
by Rev. R. H. Daugherty of the West
End Methodist Church, Winston- Sa
lem, North Carolina. At 6:30 P. M.
last Vesper scTvice for the year, con
ducted -hy the Class of 1922.
Monday, May 22, 1922, at 10:30
A. M., Field Day Exercises continued.
At 3:00 P. M. Commencement Con-
ity as a tourist resort will continue to
N. BUCKNER, Sec.
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES FOR
In the absence of Rer.
of the world has long ago decided stands fifth with 360,000 horsepower, sum total given for objects fostered i each gave a very interesting talk,
that to succeed in this, it is necessary j The first five states rank as follows: by the denomination during the year j The officers elected for the ensuing
to create an interest in the work i New York 1,291,875 H P. by North Carolina Baptists. Of this ' year are:
on Jhe farm. If your boy or .girl 1 California 1,149,099 H. P. amount, $106,000 came into Treasur- ! Dr. T. J. Summey, Commander,
realized that the farm has not at- i Washington 454,350 H, P. er Walters Durham’s office last week. Mr. Eugene Allison, Vice-Coniman-
tractons and that there is no pleas- ] Maine 449,614 H. P. Total amount given since the begin- der.
ure or no hopes of a future; then of 1 North Carolina 360,000 H. P. ning of the 75-Million Campaign vwo | Mr. H. E. Stowers, Adjutant and
course they forsake the,farm. Why ’ ... . . _ . j _ •«.
not make the farm interesting by
having a county fair.
Dr. Dinwiddie, Service Officer.
Mr. Roland Owens, Historian.
Mr. Clyde Ashworth, Sgt. At Arms.^
About a hundred Transylvania War
In potential or undeveloped water and a half years ago, $2,822,408.78. ; Finance Of&cfiT^
power North Carolina is exceeded ' Comparing the above figures with ]^v._Hay, ^Chaplain
only by New York of all states east those of last year, it will be seen
The Transylvania county fairs of the* Mississippi River. It is es- tl}at there has been a falling off in
'vhich we have had in the oast have timated that there is at least 1,500,- gifts of about $153,000. The total
been more than a success,. Fairs not i -000 horsepower in North Carolina ‘ amount last year was $1,052,223.60.
only advertise our products to our j streams which can be developed for But in view of the fact that vhe , veterans were present and considet^
home custormers, but also to foreign j future use as industrial needs in the North Carolina churches have been j able enthusiasm wag manifest over
markets. It gives the boy a desire j State arise. Much of this amount of passing through most stringent times the prospect for a live wire organiza-
to work and raise corn, beans, po- ^ undeveloj)ed power is not economical-, during the past year, the above fig- j tion here. Rooms and a hall have been
tatoes and other products of the j ly develonable under present condi- ^^^cs r.re exceedingly gratifying and ; rented and will be furnished at once;
farm. By the means of a county fair ^ tions, but even now there are vast' surpass the sanguine expectations of j and H is hoped that every dx-soldler
better means of farming is nroctact. ' quantities of potential hydro-electric niany If all the other states h\ the , will become a member of the local
i ed. Transylvania county, with its fer ^ power going to waste which might Southern Baptist Convention have post.
water and delightful cli- profitably be used to increase the in- , done as weli as North Carolina, it is | The Legion will put on a moving
, „ fv« «. f + r ^^^snding mate, should be the garden soot of dustrial output of North Carolina. ' thought that the different boards will * picture show in the Auditorium in the
ceTt hv teachers and advanced pupls tne boutnern aapnst L^^nvention in the South. Let us, you and I, help; The State at present has an rvera'>‘c have comparatively easy sailing, i near future for the purpose of rais
-he Music Department. At 8:15 Jacksonville, Fla., Rev. Mr. Crow of to ^ i , , . . ' ^ xt. ..
P. M., Inter-Society program, includ
ing a debate on the Bonus Bill, music
Tuesday, Ma;r23. 1922. at 9:00 A.
IVl. delivery of senior essays and ora-
and the Breviird News
»n exercises. Addres«r by Dean A.
Mason DuPre of Wofford College,
Spartanburg, South Carolina. Award
of diplomas.' Announcement of
r* ‘i-u .i-i* J. • i.x J* ^ wi. vfiiLCUi V uc tiocu i-i/ xiidcci.av Lilt; i
Smith, the pastor, who is attending mate, should be the garden soot of dustrial output of North Carolina,
tho T^nvor^finn Let US, yOU and I, help ~ ~ ^
. to make dreams come true. Let us
Asheville wJ 11 preach in the Bre- i^^ve the largest and best fair fn of well over 2,000000 kilowatt hours. boards curtailed their expendi- expects to publish a special edition of
vard L»aptist cnurcn on next ounday North Carolina. In this respect it is exceeded b'^ no this year as much as possible^ twenty-four pages for their benefit
morning and evening. Mr. Crow Thanks to Brevard for the effort ctate oast of the Mississippi except in Though, in spite of that fact, it is right soon,
preached far this congregation about .^rhich she has put forth in the oast Nc\v York, which contains the Niar-?'- feared there will be a debt, especially
a year ago after Mr. i'uett had lett hclj^insj to make our fars a isuc- ra Falls power. In output of indivi- the Home mission board which
over from last year a debt oi
A . f Tia f f . T, ‘ better pro- pany reaching about 790,ooofooo ki^o Dcnalions
me leaaers oi tne isaptist cnurcn . ducts are Produce/^ in s?ood old Tran- ^ratt hours, an output exceeded by ' Maddry has just mailed a business in life might apparently be
onlv eleven companies in the entire check for $50,00 to the Foreign Mis- the administration of what is called
United States and Canada. The peak sion_board at Richmond; $30,000 to medicine. But m^edicine is like rain*
are aware that the commencement
sermon ^ the Brevard Institute will
ba preached on next Sunday morn-
Ali entertainments 'wTll bt Tipen to ^nd it would aff«.rd all a genuine
tlie public without charge. j pleasure to call in the service at
I that hour were it not for the limited
i size of the auditorium of the Method^
1 ist church. As that church will not
-r, X n/r J HI TIT u i. ' hold the church going people of Bre- j
:Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Webster,
fair to those who can not get in
The little daugh^r t>f Mr.-and Mrs. servke in the Baptist !
IS s^wly recoverirsg giuirch.’•
Mr. Grow will nymc’! c.1 ll:Oi(> A.
ducts are producer in good old Tran
sylvania. Let this be our motto,
“Tiransylvania C^'unty Fair First,
Last and Always.”
(To be continue^? next week>
M. O. McCALL
THE IMPORTANCE OF PROPER!
' FOODSTUFFS '
This way at first sight appears ;:o
be a strange theme for one whose
A. TU. White
Sylvester Winchester just rr •: ^ '
returned from the Auto School, ne
load of this country for one day ''Z Home Mission board of Atlanta; at first a useful trouble and" not al-
est'mated at about 218,300 >.no’vp.+ts. ' «d S12.000 to the Ministers’ Relief ways as welcome. It appears to the '
which is er-'aivalent to 203,00 horse-! Dallas, Texas. This was only writer that whatever concerns human •
power. —- . , . , .
ISLAND FORf' NEWS.
M. S:00 T. Ik. aind a cordial in-
Viiauon is extended to the public to
OFFICERS INSTALLED IN THE
■week in the Bible Conference now in
attended in Kansas City, TVIo
"Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mull and '
ren of Brevard spent last Sunday :t>.
relatives in Rosman.
Garlin Duncan is able to be on the
.streets again after suffering many
we^Vs with a broken leg.
Ur. A. P. Bell returned last week
from Alexis, N. C., where he has been
engaged in teaching
The New Sfhool
ted and is furnisTied
^iarhts. Each room
ped with ample light.
We were D;;SrtmeWrs“pe"tate;S^ i Mr Erwin -B-CT^el! of
what came in last week. When the welfare is a subject for presentation
j abovf figures are compared v/ith to the public be it cleanliness of
' whnt was given the year before the , homes, order of minds or premises.
75-Million Campaign was put on. It is well-knov/n that where acute
' whicli was about $300,000 it will be j shortage of foodstuffs exists a long
geeii that the Baptists of North Caro-1 train of uncom.fortable diseases fol-
Ina have given approximately three ! lows, as for instance in Russia. Ser-
TT „ , -TT X* i ti-mes as much the past year as thev i via Poland and other war-sv/ept dis-
T" ° years ago. I'tricts today,
i.aiurcay. ^ ^ sixty-seventh session cf -the | A properly balanced diet list i?
j Mr:': Nmcy Pain®^, M^ss ^olly ^o" i Southern Baptist convention will be needed to procure a well-balanced
: sed, ^vlr. Louis Rain’es. Mr Mays Wal- ilield in the City of Jacksonville, Fla.. I and disease-resisting body. Vego-
Raleight, N. C., May IB. The cap- drop took dinner with Miss Carrie j lifpv 17-22. The convention sermon j tables stand high from a health .giv
ital city has been interested the past j Baewell Sunday. j -will be preached by Rev. Dr. S. J. ing standpoint, the list of tljis type
Mr. Mrs. tt. v.
[ I ^he v/eoVrnd with Kr. W. H. Ho^a'^d.
H. B. G1j5.7.cTirfi’ and Mrs. W
MUST DECLARE PARTY ALLEGl
ANCE IN PRIMARY. IF AL-
- LOWED TO VOTE.
Id fhc P^ogiess at the Tabernacle Baptist j sed Mr Wade Bajrwoll, Mr. Tom ! ^Hernate, Rev. Dr. W. F. Powell, of
I ea^^ue "of the Bi-evard Methodist i Conference speakers j well. Mr. Loui^^ T^aines, Mr. Mavr,' Nashville, Tenn. It is an interest^n-,
tnnif /.hivtrr. of o? ^’^i^’neapoHs, Waldrop, Mr. William yr- ; fact that "both of these distinguished; gotten, particularly as
1 T> ’ i pastor of the First Baptist c^.urch ■ .•’r>d Mrs. H. P. Ho^'sed. Miss BeuTa> ' P'entlemen are North Carolina boys. \ known that water is a medicine for
of foods is long and need n^t be" en
umerated here. Then, too, an abun
dance of pure water is not to be xOr-
it is well-
The <»fficers were installed by Rev.
ern Baptist Theological seminary, of family from the cradle to the end of
.Yidy Bosjon. Doctor TVlassee’s I ing
mtendent, Anthony Trantham; 3rd. : ^
ri-ituiim :no iiicc Jouvet iiuiii iTj.jiii-II- n f"I - '"Standing in America as was Spur--’m+i,
na trusting that this wiH not be -he ^ikSi^ Lc^etary Dorothy i Tabernacle m England. An- ^ Ic.^thor and mother. Mr.'and Mrs. M.
roadine thr» nice
I, iNcin Carolinian, was Dr. Ar=b C. ^ ,
i.ck; r.pwcrtn Era Agent. Ted Cle-Atlantr, secretary of mis-i ^enoVrson took M-.s-,.
ment; Corresponding Secretary* . q ^ ’
Mary Sledge. After the installation, i ^ * :.-v o
the service was tumed over to ’the i music is being ffrrected^v Rev.
Px'esident, opening with a Scripture | ^ i^tnre of Western
Retidmg by May Caa;ry. An addi-ess | i early ife,
“The Maltese Cross”, Nell Aiken; j re$;ular arm^. anr] after j
pf.—I fn "T^Tr
and Mrs. S. E. Gr:iv-
Mnri la--. May Rth. a pon.
•How the Church
in various ■‘valks ofi
have our best regards in tliat lonely
Zion Baptist Church on last Sun-
.'’av night licensed "L W. Duncan at
his request +o preach the gospel. We
hid h?m God Speed as Tie presses T>n
"vith the "lad news of the Blossed Sa
viour. Ma^' hie r?V'ard here ho many
*-ouls v^ho he has led to believe on
Jesns Christ and alf»s. when
is fini«?hod and he lias come
*»nd of life’s iourney may >.is
be as Paul’s. “I havp fought
fig^t. T kept ■•ho ■<'aith
X)n Wednesday Mav thf> 10<-h. 1922
tire Death Angel visited the Tiome of .
Mr rnd Mr-?. Colwell Gpllo\-av, and ed a pageant, “In the Name of ihe
called for Mae. their daughter, to ■ Nine nations were represent
curry her soul away from tlie car*'s ' ed in costume in the ■following order:
rrH+ronbles of this j;in "blighted world '^nierica, Miss Falls; ?iouth America, | m *
M the beautiful field-* of endless Anthony Trantham; Turkey, Nell Ai- ' ’
^5me.. to be forever in that peace that | ^en; India. Arthur B^=on; Korea, Vh^^ thr%-e^. j sister-ir-^aw Saturday.
-TaeiJenme Aiken; China.. Mudred Tran-: Columbus Holden of Plsgah
I’as at Selica Sundav.
Louisville, Ky., is the president o
the conv'ention. There Vtrill pei'hap?-
be no change in the personnel of
the officers of the convention thi’.
Nancy Raines home Sunday. ! *
coMr Louis Raines is plowing H-, | “ vamng t^tom.of beng
life. It seems at times that its pre-
: eminent value is not sufficiently
realized by a majority "of people.
The trend of the last two or
I decades seems to be toward tlep^^
1 ing the king of cereals of the great-
I est food value; I refer to the pre-
i convention because it is the middle
point of the 75-Millicn Campaign.
, *-<*v . n. ^ 'which was to cover a period of fiv<
of Glndy Eranr-'i Nvears. This period has bee^ inarlc?^
derit. Appropriate songs were 3cng ana is nmv an assiFiaTit pas- ^ | g^da has been raised an<] more ■^han
during the service. , tor in Suffolk, Va. IWrs. Jollay. :c(^m-^ Carolina Ho<-",ed and ■ a Tia^f million members have been
Sttiiday night the l^eague pi^esent- ' where°Mr Jc^aT^w^s' en'^ag^ed ^ '^auThtor a hir^h-^pv dinner Ijy ' ad^d to the chwohes by baptism
yar_^, w^ere jvir. 01^2 i thprnsr^vos Thursday. M.ay 11th. | v/itnin this time. Baptist schools and
in Tjusiress for a nnnjber of vears.
' colleges, orphanages, hospitalc; .‘snd
The whole wheat flour con-
tans nearly e;very food essential that
con be found in any grain. Which it
is true that the teeth of children
receive today care that a generation
or two ago was not given, it is true
also that the bone forming substanc
es that wheat contains are not at
this time being fad to children. Milk
contains a balanced food in itself as
is evidenced by babies, calves, colts,
pigs and other young animals that re
ceive it in sufficient amount.
joined her husband ^tn-e^ -on Satur- j ^ ir7ission"\voVk ‘ ha^ g^^^ mention the
day and is assisting liim in Tiis work; age and her grand-daughter ■si>--i onj* Kmin/io value of
Mr?. W. H. Hogsed went to see "her
.reth for the people of God. Mae j Jennie Aiken; China, Mildred Tran- i '
loved bv all who Icnew her. both | tham; Taexico, Marion Tongue; Ja- ; doctrmes of the Bib e and ^rought ?,
)id PS well as the \’onnr Slv^ 1 pan, Dorothy Silversteen; Africa, : f^^rnng message? to his Ralei„li au- I Forest w
r«mareth for the people of <^od. M
■v<.’^avc spoke a kind word to those with
whom she came in contact. Nineteen
years and a few davs being her stav
ear«:h. during this time, vvas of
Pat Koolt I diences. The others .speaTiers are
rr, . ’ V- J u Ti/r- I wondei'fully gifted teachers and ora-
J were heard gladly by large
Clarke w:rh the nations made an ap- ^-Qdlenfes. Dr. Massee’s discourse
iintii fnrn- xTon-r ? people for volunt^r^ upon the origin of man was eloquent
-rfect health lentil four year ago ^ appeal was answered by Dick <,sn^incing. He scored the Dar-
She \vas taken \yith measles, which . .Zachary. Interwoven throut'l' Jhe th-ory of evolution and agreed
'K.TATJv r> c! jeuco wlIl couclude ou Thursday of
MARY SLEDGE, Cor. Secretary. | -week.
! The State Board of Elections rules
j that tlaose presenting themselves at
: the polls on June 3rd must declare
SUGAR AND VINEGAR.
STEAM SHOVEL FOR COUNTY
ROAD WORK POU^HT.
Vft her in a critical condition fol-hjageant rang the sweet voice of Miss ‘T^-rvnTi thif -man
bv the “flu” thpn 'at-r ,le-1 Pi’to in appropriate hymns, accom- "J'?
v»lonini- into tiibercBlosis ivTiich -prov-1 paniod bv May Crary. , ‘.Ll "„ill j. ™ Tl.„
<’d fa<-al. Her body wa« laid to rest
‘Hen^'ath i-he bossom of Mother f^arth
in the Whitmire cemetery, until vhe
"f'P‘'rection day. May the riches of
'^orl''^ ble^tsing rest upon the bereaved
familv find that each one v/il] be pre-
pj>Ted when death comes, to mept
TT^?o in that Citv of God, as she left
-nch strong evidence that heaven was
A friend. E. D. RANDOLPH.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish tt» thank our many friends
their party allegiance in the presence
TVT-iie there is perfect harmony in
-^hr Democratic ranks, at the same
*^hre ihs voters will do well to be
vp;-v careful not to listen too much
t'' “Rumorr. about any candidate’s
who ^sisted us dunng the death of < election officers, v/ith the view to
dear Hushed and Father. May the j preventing the members of one poli-
good Lord b es^ them all. ■ tical party Participating in the selec-
Mrs. O’Kelley and Children. ' i .
The county officials have purrhn-n ''
a new st^^am shovel for county
work. The approximate cost vr'-
about .SR,500. 'T’his machine y.d^i ^
materiaMy to the efficiency of ■iho
road constmction now under wp”.
The County Commissioners are aid
ing the Road Commissioners in every
conceivable way to help lift Tran
sylvania out of the mud.
caps and bounds.
' Five or six thousand delegates are
expected to attend this year. The
! cessions will be held in the Billy Sun
day tabernacle. This is the third
I year Mr. Sunday’s tabernacles have
1 served the convention. It is exceed-
; ingly difficult to find any other place
■ that will take care of the crowds.
I Kan'^r.s City and News Orleans are ,
I ‘b'dding for the next session of the !
j cn’^'v^’ntion. ^ j
Rov Chas. C. Smith pastor of 'the
’ocpi Baptist church, expects to .■at- ;
tend this convention, and it is his pres !
«^nt intentioH to leave here on next ;
Monday afternoon. While away he
pav a brief visit to his mother,
who lives in Fitzgerald, Ga. Hp
rvill be away from Brevard for about
v,*eeks returning in time to fill
pulnit. on the f?rst Sunday in
an abundance of fruits, such
as apples, peaches, strawberries, rasp
berries and a long list of other fruits,
aside from the pleasure they give the
palate, they have a high food value.
We, in this favored section of our
favored country, are in a position to
produce a supply of foodstuffs of
the greatest value and it behooves
us to do so,
W. J. WALLIS
BIG SEASON IS AHEAD; BUSI
NESS IS BETTER.
June. That day will mark the be
ginning of the second year of Mr.
in democratic ranks. The republicans
I tion of nominees for the ether Ride, have contests m the Tenth Contes- gJ^^jth’s pakorate here,“and will, there
! In districts and counties where both senatorial districts. ^ anniversary.
have con- Outside of these districts members, , ’
of that party v.'ill not be interested i
in the primary at r^l. except in con- ‘
tests for county nom’nations. That!
party has hitherto been keening away j
from primary elections by getting td- j
gether in advance of them and se'
ASHWORTH FOR COUNTY COM- i democrats and republicans have
MISSIONER. ! tests an opportunity to “mix” tickets
will be presented and “doiibtfui elec-
B. W. Trantham. a business man
who can review business from many
angles because of his connections,
says conditions are rapidly im.proving
and he thinks the wo~'t is behind.
On account of r- idly improving
conditions.. Mr. T ^ntham believes
that Brevard will ’ xve one of the
best seasons this e j nmer in her his
<»harac^r.r.” If you could run the false words. He realizes that
hoods, down, you would nrobably find
they were inaugurated by the oppo-
F’te party in order to create confu-
c:on in our ranks.*
' A VOTER.
The many friends of W. S. Ash- ! tors” are going to be closely watched,
worth have insisted on him making if local poll-holders heed the advice
the race for County Commissioner, j of the State Board. Voters are free,
Mr. Ash^worth did not want to “get ' of course, to change their party af-
mixed up in politics”,, to ' '
WF55TFRN NORTH CAROLINA
TIMES A SEMI-WEEKLY.
Congratulations to the Wester"
I. i North Carolina Times for the splen'^-
WITHDRAWS FROM THE RACE.
T wish to thank those who sugges
ted my name for county commission
er. but can not make the race this
JOHN C. MAXWELL.
'Treat financial sacrifice, etc.. but the
pressure has been so tremendous and
there i^ such a strong sentiment
cs'nin-t hio'H t.ixes, the souandering
of the piih’ic funds, etc., th"' he has
to the rac» 'vithout
virh ■ihe determin-it’on to
■•--h a i .• ’-isi-
• ^ the
»se hTs o‘™ I Sr in^ one man for each office to b., • W paper t^t is It
1‘ ITi ?r.! rmfne:: wi^bo^f 0“'“"'* i t™nt^e~™weSf
Tni-3 to th
to stick to convictions expressed in nominee, witnout a contest. ( m
the primary. A voter cannot legally The state-wide primary this year i tima Kppti nnHor thf nVjir
cast a ballot for a particular candi- is to be a “pink tea” affair compared j „ p.
date in a party of which he is not a with that of two years ago when there i o f^
There ’“j ro contest in the venuhli-
can part^'' frv ''^nr’‘*or?.tio^*: Com’-nin-
friT- oimnct Publlcan tr a Democratic organ. If
were strong candidates lor almost
every oflRce to be filled from gover- j
nor on down the line. Interest cen-! progressive pace.
'■•’te ofl^ccr ■^o be
* . . Vv I -^O
^ no ,* J jV. /
- C T».
ters in the Third Congressional Dis
trict where the fight becomes more
spirited with each passing day. The
ofi-ipr congressmen arc htivin:T
♦CAPACITY CROWDS ATTENDED
FARMERS SUPPLY CO’si REDUCED
1 PRICES AS ADVERTISED
! Capacity crowds have been doing
business with the Farmers Supply
Company T'is wepk. J, M. Allison,
manager of this big hardware and
furniture store laid special stress on
the fact that the folks had been read
ing his half page ad of last week. The
ad was very attractive not only in
designing, but in the reduced prices
announced, “Mack” is very opto-
mistic over the future business pros
pects and believes that the tide has
turned and that we have reached the
“Back To Normalcy” movement. He
QiTRcr^RP vnn THP RRF predlcts a great tourlst season thls
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BRE- yggj and looks for bright businesHt
VARD NEWS. prospects.
we will expect shortly to hear of a
seven days a week paper