THE BREVARD NEWS, BREVAR D, NORTH CAROLINA.
F. P. Sledge has taken charge of
the new filling station on West Main
THE FLITTING TO AND FRO OF street which was completed last fall.
The soldiers monument will be "a
thnig ofbeauty and a joy forever."
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
MISS NELLIE L. MILLER, EDITOR
The monument will show the tour
isty .he way.
Mr. Jos. S. Silversteen left this
week for a northern business trip,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pushell are
visiting in Hendersonville this week.
Mrs. Edwards of Lake Toxaway
was a visitor in Brevard Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Morris spent Sun
day in Hendersonville.
Mr. Paul T. Summers of Johnson
City, Tenn., was a visitor in Brevard
Mrs. ,H. E. Showers received a
telegram yeeterday announcing the
death of Mr. Stowers' mother, who
has been ill for some time at her
home in Washington. She died at
seven - thirty Wednesday. While
today Mrs. Stowers received another
telegram stating that Mr. Stowers'
grandmother, Mrs. May Curry of Gal
lipolis, Ohio., died at two-thirty on
tht same day.
OUR WEEKLY SERMON
PILGRIM'S PROGRESS SERIES
Grossing The Red Sea, Or First Steps
In The Christian Iife
is to say our baptism is a picture of
how the believer is hidden with Christ
in God, as he is completely covered
by the waters, hidden from the world,
and protected by His omnipotence.
Jn the Christian life one does not
take the world with him. It is there
fore the open step of separation unto
III. IT STANDS FOR ENTIRE
.nr. and Mrs. C. F. Poole and son
Clarence, Jr., of Asheville, spent the
week end with Mrs. H. M. Miller.
Mrs. C. L. Townsend of Lake Tox
vway spent the day in Brevard Tues
dav. Build the monument and all people
from the South, for ages to come, will
"chit the National Forest via Brevard.
The many friends of Miss Georgia
Daltnn will bo glad to hear that af
ter her operation she has returned
The best legacy you can leave
your children is a monument to the
World War soldiers of Transylvania
Miss Margaret Bryant who is at
tending the Fruitland College, spent
the week end with relatives in Bre
vard. O. L. Erwin is having his store,
whu-h was formerly occupied by F.
P. Sledge, remodeled and will move
his -tock of groceries and merchan
dise from the present location into
his own building.
The Monument Building .Commit
tee takes this means to thank Mr.
Hume Harris for his invaluable and
artistic drawings showing the propos
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Townsend have
moved to Lake Toxaway where they
expect to make their home for a few
months. While there they will do
light house keeping at the DeWitt -Gillespie
P riends of Mr. George Snelson are
triad to know that he has returned
home after being in the hospital for
the past two weeks, where he under
went an operation for appendicitis.
Brevard is the proper entrance to
the great Pisgah National Forest and
Game Preserve, -'so fell the world by
marking the entrance with a fine mon
ument. Mrs. A. W. Pritchett left Monday
for various places in Georgia, where
hc goes to give her demonstration
of the Dixie Dream Flour.
The many friens of Rev. and Mrs.
C. hi. Puett have been delighted to
have them spend a few days this
week in our midst. They came to
attend the funeral of Rev. E. Allison,
and stayed several days visiting
among their friends. Mr. Puett
preached at the Baptist church on
Jast Sunday night to the great delight
of those who heard him. He was pas
tor of the Baptist church here for
three years, leaving here in April
1921, and he and his wife are held in I
high regard by the membership 01
this church, who are always glad to
have them back with them.
The Scripture basis for this sermon
is the fourteenth chapter of Exodous, CONSECRATION TO GOD Gnintr
with verses 21 and 22 forming the down into the sea they trusted their
central though: "Moses stretched his. n mt the hands nf C.n, Mct
hand over the sea; and the Lord caus- . Christians place too light an estimate
ed the sea to go back by a strong east 1 on consecration. It is not something
wind all that night, and made the sea (ione and you are through with it. !
dry land, and the waters were divid-: it has a forward look, and is made
ed. And the children of I? -ael went ; for a purpose to be fulfilled in the '
into the midst of the sea upon dry ; future. It is the beginning of a life j
ground; and the waters were a wall ; of fellowship with God, and the start j
unto them, on their right hand wnd of a life of service for Him. j
on their left." Justification is found j Here are three men. One says,!
for applying the experiences of the ; "One thing at a time for me." All j
children of Israel to the life of the w Mfa v. c 1
sic pr ne ple -e wedge and e- Christian in the words of Paul in Zl Z poHti a Tucc o 'f life. The
er. Ind.v.duully. e are simple. Cor. 10 :G. "Now these things were second, I trust Jesus, but i give Him '
Grouped together they look oompll- our exaniplc. , ,
oated. So with all problems. No mat- Onv rorlpmntinn ,.nn,Af u , . , l
yju redemption was wrought bv am saved is enouoh for mo It ic
ter how involved and dithVult ttiev onr t nrH )Pfni. u. , n ' m tnougn ior me. it is
,,, , . , -our Lord before we ever came into not necessary to make a fool of ones-
seem, a little analysis and common tho w..rl,i n; uia , u j u ,,. , - 1 .
tnc ,rl. His blood was shed be- self be nir a Christian " And tin.
sense wH, diselose that they are built fore our eyes saw tho of day th law the mporfan-e
up out of very simple things, easdy 0ur attitU(ie towarJ thia bood e P of
adjusted c.et rid of tear and pro- shown b our acceptance of it or a h h h ' nt his ' davs
crastination, and no problem is lnsur- u,. f- T u . l,ir"un' ana ne spent nis days
u OUI rejection, it we nave passed in humble. sacrifieiaA
through the experience represented ; consecration unto Him, and when h
by the passover we are reuemeiT, have
accepted the blood, and are now safe-
When you look at some pieces or
machinery, their intricacies amaze
you and you wonder how the brain
of man ever conceived them. Yet
practically nil mechanical movements
are merely combinations of three ba-
rAr i- r- i r
The scene Is in France, before the
revolution. A carriage of the nobility
dashes along the narrow street, says
I the. Portland (Ore.).TournaL People
scatter frantically before the gnrlop-j
Ing horses. But one child is too slow.
It stumbles. A polished hoof strikes
it. An iron-shod wheel crushes life
from it. The marquis flips a gold coin
at the agonized mother. "That to pay
for your brat,"' and dashes on. The
scene is in America. An automobile
moves powerfully along the street. It
is heavier, more beautiful lu design
und more luxurious than any carriage
of the pre-revolutionary France. It
arrives at an intersection crowded
with people. They scatter precipi
tately before its unchecked advance.
But the steps of a little child are lag
gard. Its little feet are slow. Only
by the frenzied tug of a mother's
hand is it pulled from before the pon
derous wheels. The child cries nois
ily. Th motorist moves on with an
imprecation against "people so d d
slow." Does the French revolution
have no meaning to those drivers who
reflect the thought of the marquis as
he flipped the coin "that to pay for
THE FUTURE OF OUR TOWN,
came to die the people said: "If!
there ever was a Christian it is this !
Pisgah Forest, N. C.
The Brevard News:
In looking toward th0 future, one
murt have vision in the truest sense
of the word. The development of a
town depends first upon Nature, the
natural location; secondly, upon
faith, efforts and wisdom of its ci
Our location is ideal, vast stretches
level land, fertile fields fringed with
gentle slopt?s and commanding hills
and surrounded by the most beautiful
mountains in Western North Caro
lina. Near us is the confluence of
the French Broad and Davidson riv
er. A beautiful river upon our right
and upon our left, the most beautiful
location for a town in Western North
A high dam at the Davidson River
Mills will furnish power and a beau
We are surrounded by all of the
rich resources of Transylvania coun
ty, all kinds of wood working plants
will be located here. Our pure water,
climate and general location will at
tract the cotton mills from the North.
Soon some man or circumstance
will pull the trigger and start the ball,
then watch us grow. While I write
I have in mind one improvement that
will put the town of Pisgah Forest on
the tourist's map, this is the proposed
monument in memory of Transylva
nia's soldiers of the World War,
marking the main entrance to the
jreat Pisgah National Forest. Thi
will open the door of prosperity to
us, all of the tourists from the South
will pass our way, boarding houses
and tourists' hotels will appear. Those
making the circle from Asheville,
Pink Beds to Hendersonville will find
us located on the National Highway,
in this great circle of travel.
Yes, the monument will be the
best advertisement possible and will
do great things for the entire county,
but more especially for the town of
All who study the history of our
National Parks are aware of the fact
that all towns aar them flourish.
In speaking of the many advantages
to be derived from the building of
this monument as an investment, I do
not lose sight of the fact that the
greatest purpose of this monument is
as a memorial to our soldiers.
So watch the town of Pisgah For
est grow. Brevard and Pisgah For
est will grow till their borders join.
T. E. PATTON
ly sheltered behind it, being ( hnst s j one." Which one of these had you
own purchased possession. "And ye rather be?
Matrimonial sensntions are contrib
uted by those who have inherited
wealth as well as by those who have
more recently acquired it in the films.
; are Christ's." Up to this time the
work is all inward and unobserved
by man. Are we to continue in this
way? Are we to be only secret dis
ciples? Are we ill to stay in Egy- j
"I had walked life's way with an easy
Had followed where comforts and
the . mi . , , . -i r' ' Until one c av m a quiet place
pt? The next duty and privilege for. T A, ' 1 1
the u u , u , , , . , ,, I I met the Master face to face
. the one who is sheltered behind the
blood is indicated in the passage of I ''With station and rank and wealth
the Red Sea by Israel. What dos ! for my goal,
this signify in the life of the believ- j Much thought for my body and none
er? What is its meaning in the pro- for my soul,
gress of the pilgrim who is striving I had entered to win in life's mad
to secure the best that God has for : race,
him in this life? What is the spir
itual significance of the crossing of
It is rumored that William Ilohen
zollern is soon to be married to a
rich widow. It seems that fate has
decreed that he must be tamed at
An American relief worker was
robbed of SHO.000 In an Armenian
holdup, showing that they must Im
port films as well as relief from this
I. IT STANDS FOR OPEN CON
FESSION OF JESUS. Little would
it have availed for Israel had they
simply remained in their blood-stain-
When I met the Master face to face.
"I had built my castles and reared
And their towers pierced the blue of
I had sworn to rule with an iron
ed houses. Then would only their When I met the Master face to face
f.r.-tborn have been saved. All would .., met Him and knew Him and bush.
have remained in bondage. This pur- e(j tQ see
chased possession of God's must now That Hig' eyeSf fu1 of sorrow wpr(?
b0 brought to a place separate from fixed on me
the Egyptians. So those who accept And j faltered' and fell at His feet
the redeeming work of Christ wrought tnat day
out on the cross must take an open While niy"castk,s melted and vanish.
stand for Him. They must come out ed awav
from the world and be separate from i
the world. Open confession of Jesus 1 "M?lted and vanished- and in their
is a bounden duty that God requires . t5P'ace
of all to come to the cross and re- j Xauht else could 1 s?? but the Mas
ceive its benefits. Often one is ter s face.
tempted to think that after conver- And 1 cried aloud: " make me meet
sion he can live as good a life out I Tof fol!w the stcPs of thy wounded
' f eet .
of the church as in it. But he can i
Radio concerts are among the lat
est luxuries provided for airplane pas
sengers. Another luxury that might
be added would be a higher degree o
NOTICE LAND SALE BY
Apparently what Ireland needs as
much as anything Is a squad of the
Irish policemen that are efficient In
keeping order in this country of their
THe rescue Jf the shipwrecked
nariners from a south sea isle was
a most misfortunate affair. Nobody
ever really asked them if they wished
to be rescued.
no more do so than could Israel had
they remained in Egypt. Israel cross
ed the Red Sea and thus took an
open stand as separate from Egypt.
The new convert needs to make the
public confession of his faith. Open
confession of Jesus is the first thing
in spiritual experience that crossing
the sea stands for.
"My thought is now for the souls of
I have lost my life to find it again.
E'er since one day in a quiet place
I met the Master face to face."
PariST "sends out the alarming news
that because of the demand for
monkev elands we ore likely soon to
11. 11 S 1 ArsiDS, 1 UO, t OR A LIFE j render extinct the race from which,
HIDDEN WITH CHRIST IN GOD. I nccording t0 Mr. DarwIn? we are de-
eended. It sounds like deliberate
ancestorcide. At any rate Paris de
clares that Dr. Serge Veronoff, of that
city, who Is the busiest of all the
That hidden life means to us protec
tion from all foes. After Israel had
gone from Egypt the hosts of Phar
oah pursued them and caught up
with them at sea. The waters then j gland-grafters, has only nine apes, at
divided, the people went down be- present and needs more. It is he who
tween the walls, and the cloud co- j predicts that every chimpanzee and
other large ape In the jungles of
Africa Is doomed to extinction In a
vered them hiding them and protect
ing them from their enemies. It
means shut in with God, as Noah was j comparatively short period, unless the
shut in with Him in the ark. Paul ; craze for prolonging youth should die
applies this to baptism in I Cor. 10:1 ! 0fT first. Dr. Veronoff doesn't believe
that it will, but, of course, he Is preju
diced. Most people will feel that the
apes may yet manajje to escape the
doom predicted for them.
and 2: "All our fathers were under
the cloud, and all passfcd through th0
sea; and were all baptized unto Mo
ses in the cloud and in the sea." That
When n Mexican general crosses th
Rio Grande these days it is hard to
tell whether he plans another revolu
tion or merely wishes to renew his
stock of wet goods.
Ninety-five girl strikers employed In
a powder-puff factory Insisted on kiss
ing the mediator who settled the
strik. What, not one grateful one In
the entire ninety-five?
Again the former German crown
prince arises to remark that he would
greatly like to visit America. And
again we assure him that he would
probably have a perfectly rotten time
If he came.
By virtue of the power of --ale con
tained in a certain deed in trust exe
cuted by L. C. Loftis to the under
signed trustee to jsecure certain in
debtedness therein mentioned, which
deed in trust is dated July f!2, 1921,
and registered in Bsok No. l.'l at page'
277 of the Deed in Trust records of
And the said note having matured
and not paid, and demands for the
.payment of same having been neglect
ed, and the holder of said note hav
ing demanded that the rower of sale
be executed to pay said note.
And notice to make the ci the
default having been given and the de
fault not having been made good;
I will sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the court house door in the
town of Brevard, N. C., on Saturday
Februarv 17. 1923, at 12 o'clock M.
all the following lot of land lying in
Brevard township, adjoinlngland of
T. F. Marr and others, and bounded
as follows :
Beginning on a stake in the line
of the Marr tract in the centre of the
public road and runs west with the
Marr line 3G0 feet to a stake at the
Marr corner; then north 3 3-4 deg.
east 92 1-2 feet to a stake; then east
340 feet to a stake in the centre of
the public road; then a southeast di
rection 92 1-2 feet to the beginning,
being all of lots No. 10 and 14 of
the Shuford sub-division .
Sale made to satisfy the balance
due on said note, interest, cost and
exnenses of sale.
This Februarv 2. 1923.
RALPH. R. FISHER, Trustee
The Flour That Satisfies
DIXIE DREAM AND LARABEE
Larabee Flour Mills Corp.
Kansas City, Mo.
LENTZ BROS., Distributors
Hendersonville, N. C.
Plowieg Time Is Nearly Here Again!
And We Have the Plows and Garden and Farm Tools
It's time to begin thinking about
your next crop and preparing for
that garden. We have a supply of
farming implements which you need
and we can also furnish you with
garden tools of all kinds.
Garden and Farm Seeds in any
quantity and at reasonable prices.
J. M. ALLISON, Manager
Farmers Supply Gom
BREVARD. H. C.
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