TRANSYLVANIA "OPPORTUNITIES EMPIRE" NATURAL RESOURCES FOR LOCATING INDUSTRIES
EXPONENT OF TRAN
SYLVAN I A COUNTY.
THE LOCAL NEWS
An Idf pendent Weekly.
BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1923
LAYMAN'S CLUB .
LANS TO TAK
Up Eig Brother Movement. Sun
day's Meeting Showed Gain
THE PRAYER CORNER
THE CHRISTIAN'S ARMOR.
THE CHRISTIAN'S SANDALS
l fJAi. . iiti.
Last Sunday's meeting showed Con
tinued gain - Taper by Rev. C. D.
Chapman Impressive solo bv Al-
vin Moore Testaments furnished in tasi,n :uul oul of season, always
for Jail Inmates. j alert. We should be quick to take
Last Sunday's meeting of the Lay-! UP "Uties, to fall into line with the
man's Club indicated a continued i '1 who aro "ivin lo religious acti
gain in both attendance and interest, j v't.v-
A paper by Rev. C. D. Chapman Josephus. the Jewish historian,
entitled The Layman's Influence con leaking of the Romans says, They
tained many helpful paints for the 'sWuM have their sandals ail on, stand
club members. Talks bv Mr. T. H. ! in"- so to speak, lined up and waiting
Calloway on the Value of Praver and fo1' lho vvord f con-mand: Thcn
Prof. C. II. Trowbridge on the gen ,! uM t,u" crit'r sii,nd at th, wnrarp
. -r.-ii unr!.- of the Clnh worn v in right hand, ar.d ask them thrice, whe
teresling and encouraging.
Three Thousand Trees to Be Planted
Good Vaiities Selected
(By F.ev. C . 1 ). Chapman) Sugestions
Having shod your feet with the
preparations of the Gospel of Peace.
That is, we should ever have our
sandals on. We should keep oursel
ves in readiness for marching, instant
The renown of the Transylvania
apple is spreading far and wide, and
those who ha. apple orchards in
county should observe more closely
the modern methods of treating the
trees and pruning.
R. B. Taylor of Greer, S. C, a
young and ambitious citizen, has pur
chased a good body of land on Rich
Mountain and expects in a few years
to have an apple orchard of at least
three thousand trees. lie recently
carried through Brevard a truck of
800 choice trees which are now being
reset in his Rich Mountain orchard.
Mr. Taylor is porprietor of ; nur-
r they !".' now ready to go into I cry at Greer. 3. C, and is also in-
... ,-1,1 T . 1 1 1- - ... I .. I '
The special musical feature, a solo . '' nol 10 wn!cn lm'-v r'n!"- as u-re-teu m a largo inacn inn i.i
bv Alvin Moore. On0 Sweetly Solemn ,,fu !!- with a loiu! anti crful voict'' (;'-'-v:11 eour.ty which yields yearly
Thought, was very impressive indeed. -' roaJy. xhU th' (? al htundre Is of bushels of this most Inl
and the.e solos by Brevard's talented 'c- before tlv question is asked j clous fruit. Ho has a wide know
hem. tnev this as inled witn a ledge t truit, ailuougn young m
tir.d of martial furv. ar.d at the same I vea.v. and if our orchardists will
aENTALLY, MORAL- STATE Wmm
LY - PHYSICALLY. Id VISIT COMMUNITY
Y. M. C. A. Necessary for Brevard
Writer Say3 It's Sure Cure
For Present Ailments
young musician are most inspiring to
th,- men present.
The Club instructed its standing Y. ; they so cry out, they lift up Make r.-to of kirn, and how he treats
M. C. A. committee, supplemented by ! -h,-'ir l'ht hamI aLo" Wo ar? lva,J' 1 hi" - hey will become more
other members, to meet, with the gen ! -y' j familial with how to grow perfect
oral committee on Y. M. C, A. called ' Tin-re should be this alacrity mi fruit.
for ?Iopd:v afternoon in the Brevard '. ' '-ian warfare. All -hould Im e j Tin- writer predict that Mr. Taylor
News roor.:s as this feature is stron" -!"ir a,':,1; prepared for action! will bring to light the knowledge that
n t..,. mip.u'e u ne:i a pastor as!
i). I ar.d u( gc
The Layman's Club has supplied
Testaments for the inmates of the
County jr.il and it is planned to pre ;-: '"''. 1
:-' -nt thec testaments at some early '"; ; ;! (,!u:i'e'' advance with the strong .hat vl
'ale this feature of the work being th ' ' tnbiofc.-n r:;::ks- :i:ui wilh the f":' l
;i-ik- if thev are readv for work :v i own in Trap.: ylvania county a- is j
k:uh: hold up both hands and 1 giov.-.i in '. k. north or northwest.
Wo are ready. Only thus ! lie v ' dig -at of i ran-- viva::. a om
r.as : . one..' in t. r.o: a. nr..
along the lines as that now carried on
;able force of
Iva.r.ia welo'vos Mr. Ta to
il . ..It ..' . . . .-... 4 ., IiW:.l'.IA. Ill l.f. UK . t l ." , ...I'., . - li. .v. i
i ' . - - ' 1 1. i : 1 1 ' kj l 1 1 . v. ; : v , t u . . 11.: ' !
o,,.! ;;-.. ! That was JS line thine; which Pom in the .-cur. of time he wi'd own en-
The BIG BROTHER MOVEMENT ; 1" 'al !"' Whe:uv';-r -he :.f';vt orchards in Western j
tr, ... 4v : I sian" wit.'i :.!v fnot in anv iv:rr '.r.h C a.rsdina n;wl be rhipning Cv. u- !
. . v i ' i . . i I i i .1 1 i I u v. 1 1 L J i.U I O . L lie - i :
C1m,' work ;m,J ever,- 1mv,-:: 5nf..,- !" ''K' hf!-e V.i.l nsv' Up ;OS;s i
We have reached the stage in The
Land of Waterfalls where building
..p.ns are being made and have al
VP.dy been started. Nothing els
could show a greater progress in the
rrowing of a town than this building
that will be going on. and on,, can see
nothing but a bright future for us all.
It is but natural that we all look
:t the bu-ine-; view first, but now let
us diop (hat and give ourselves a
little thought. Many of us will say
that the i'.rst step towards- the grow
nig of any town is the increase in
.i. i. : 71 ii i
"v.i.-..::e, iu:u is an wen ami true,
now tlvn, let us take the second
step, THE UPKEEP OF OUR
SELVES. The founding of a Y. I'd.
'. A. i U"-' a t"i L.
E.-'-er.lia! i" the ::"-t word .".eante.l
for the occasion, for a town or city
diet has no in. thution of thir. sort,
where everyone in the omr.iun'ty
can go to benclit themselves mental
:y. incrally an ! hy -ically. i nothing
but a deirir.n nt for all those in it.
Wo have ad heard many fathers
c'a.i'n that th' '.- so-.s Ivte to leave
tins )!:.", to :'; woiiv. Our iir.-L
tep v, ill !(:::!: :r , ' . ,:-L the .-vc
' . g .-. t!'" U;-i ".'; f oiirselves,
'"ill sur. :y rr .- an attraction for
i.e ni e: :-t::.. I : o'i i : words. we
cannot i:..v a .-ave-sft!! ico: n:'-r
iy Iooe:'- ; at 'l in the btr en-es
. tan ipo::.;. th- - both run togvilu-r.
;I -iv iininy of u-- c;.:i safely say
ih:r? we a:'..- in ! nfi e'. i-ir-; 'v. c;
Secretary of Y. M. C. A. Gives Repcr
of Meeting Meld o;i Monday To
Hold Mass Meeting
cyres Series No. VI II
A I'-roun of nu n con-i. ting of thir
teen met :-t -1:1') at the oHk-e of the
THE TRUST COMMITTER, OR RE
SPONSIBILITIES CF THE CHRIS
Lart of the Series
Brevard .W ws to discuss' the; building ! ("'!u' i-a.age from Lie Old Tes
of a Y. M. C. A. Th-' meeting' was
called to order by Jerry Jerome- who
rei ded. Business was taken up im
mediately and Mr. Fred Miller was
elected as Chairman and Jerry Jer
onio as secretary.
ment and one from the New may
constitute the texL for this message.
Peut. 1 :! :1 : "Ye shall walk after tie
Lord your God, and fear Him, and
keep His commandments, and obey
His voiee, and ye shall serve Him,
The following rc-t'ons wer ' and cleave un'o Him." Enh. -1:1
pro'. :-e(i ami carried thru. Mvsr.:. ; "I therefore, the prisoner of
V, llson and .kror.u were appoirte Lord, oo.-eech vou thai ve wal;-.
as a committee to look into the pians
of a Y. M. C. A.
That we notify e'-'ery or animation.
iraternai orders, mate .-:.i temnn-. , brirr,s tn .,; ,,nt rc-pora-iidiiue.,, as
and cioirches, to a.-nue ., e cornmil'- 'indeed does every ):rivi!ege. A wo
of one to represent tle- n at our ik-x. I man of wealth in Wale,: was asked
meeting v.niefi wn: e announce
! tre ot ' :.n : .an we
worthy of the vocation wherewith ye
Our inheritance as Christians
the present and future wel -k in i-'-r.i, both horses an.i
far,, of the young boys in our com
nmnitv is urged to be juv-e.nt at next
Sunday's meeting at .') : 1 " P. M. in the
n'us.-.'.ny School room of the Metho
dh-t church. COMMITTEE
in : (
f apples fre n hi
v-, ae'i tn: c
one ; ..vn;:en
::ie s 'h si-j
a to O
r . -, . , "i
. . i'e ' :
A WEEK OF SPECIAL MEETINGS
TO BE HELD IN BAPTIST
'-I Can :., b
f e.'-n.n d: ein
a ' y -1 : (i'm'
: :'..n i : v.
Sp-r-c-a! Scries of Senior.:-, During
th-. Pastor's Last Week jr. Ercvrsd
. as Hi.-; follower-,
he ca!i. That s. ' t
!:. . and e cr whore.
" .;L e a ,) ain of our Sal
; v -i" to Ir.vn our -a,;
-l -n c c-r -
c;i'- wm-i-e r.o
luvsent or ! dom., h Vas a factorv section, an
at a near oato.
That wo notify th.
zens of the to v. n to 1
have themselves repre -. :ued at the j (Jenselv aonulated. Eeimr unable .
mxt nu,,tin- Ue- where suec- would cn,..r, h
That ?.Ir. il-on w r,- Mr. Snvth. j c.jrf(l-.: . ,.t.fijM..i j ., ...
Secretary of the Y. ."i. C. A. in ihi i
C .. . .1." 7. - .. l . !
oL.iie sivnig nun Lo came n'-re to ! ,.. .... i,-;i-,,.,- -a.. :.,.-,; a.
hold a mass meeting.
The meeting was adjourned at
." : i 0.
He. pect fully submitted.,
JETUIY JEROME. Secrctarv
RATS AND MICE CA.'dPA.iGN:
Did you ever stop to von
much of vour i nrd earn"
:h'n;: f.a- a -w na-wte- - he va l
inetan of ''::': a'n: -. '-rain and oth
fee: is and feed that are devoured o
nua; a ;
n " : ti
of ;::e n'etor or of the church, oiti
rials, but with a firm trust in God.
rented a little, room in that section
and began Christian work. God"
bles. ir.g s were upon t'ne work fro; ;
the start, and soon a great revive'
broke out. a;r! the c . .a .; ' ; v.
transformed. The rich woman v..
'alien sick, and in a dream sin- wis.
to heaven and wa- slnn-n .a on t.
0U'.. ! i" of the gn ' e aeine !.:;i :t -
beauty. S'v . aw a name -r of t'v-a
factory k op!e standittg near the
throne rejoicing an.i p:; i-: :
The!! she : r. w a eurtr in drawn an 1
near the Ma-terC -id- ..od ; a
of '.'0,ainw- girls, with, crov.ns u;n a.
their heads having His gn.ry. '. no :
: lie a v.' o!-.e s ii ; sale, "Mtnpose I n; ;
died ! if G.jd will 1 -t n e 'a t up :.-
! t 1:
a . . .:,'
o . 1 i f i
m- o:; r.
: ' - f :. ..': - .n
a t 'en. , o Sudd u;.- our nar .
dn ha' Kimdav It. v. Chas. C "n: '- o.i . f de Co a
S.eith antioup.ee:! that between hi--
!a-: tv.a, Sundays here he will pr ach a. a n v. instant in a ;: on or
a i h on the ;v.o Su!i-;:.;v -no-ibiy ': ' '-' ' 1 a "' . . n. . la p.;.
i ah on the two Sudn -V: i.-.dily : a . 1 '-i : ... : : :;. v.-;;!-. a
;l.a times on tie- hs-t S nday. " . '- n as - v :: to i h :
'fills meetitig will not be a revive!
ite-.-ting in the or iinnw tt 'e of that
u rr.:, out v. ii! be held with a vi v f V
t ";,:!.- the. a, wi'o are airea iy Chri-t- : : 1 an : v.
ians in their spiritual live.-. Tin- a-f-p- :
-ern:o.: will bo a seri'-s, eight m '" n:n. :!:.
nu.nla-r. and Mr. Smith -dates the
. rh-s rr.av be entitled.' "The Sniri- : T.:E h". C. I
tea1 l-.i-torv of th-' I-elnvi-r.
i -us scries oi meeting begin.- on ,v - - w- -
-.: a:o.-.-.iag. Marcti IS. a.ni v. d " C- dnini-t ' a
co-.tinue through Sunday night. ; :e e p.- a .at
Mar.h 25, at which time Mr. Smith na.gin.' wa-: o; e
v. ili preach his last sermon as pas- '' ; "' ! ;: '" :'-:i-':' ''':
io-r of the Brevard Baptist church. 1,1 --" vnjs u-.-.ii-r.cm.. Unn
" ,.r. linltiu-niti.m i; ev:' ended t ' " ' "' ; '"'-'!- V.h'.vh wa-- giv.-n by Misse-
. law e ! .-,;. i,,. Fav ("la-ton and ' ' - ' ';! ''1':n ":i "-'
; ;ln y e a
un tram Que-
Y. M. "
r . , .
o - i nana g:
n w;tn nray
It the busine
1- ! '::!!
f ha t
t - . i
v.' i t it
cao i a mo-t .-uc-
:!e of the town to alien
a:i Eiipntrick was enjoved bv ail.
a : C . I
' WCVC ied
':;-.::- ( ,ne a ,
cade i to i ; i . ;
r : i i-
LIST OF JURORS
W J. Raines, C. C. IVnwick, P.
mng w:;- to
to., at.out . everai : cap's. Ante
v.ere: Pock of Ages, Abide With
ght. These consisted of j i
one, iday-. mano'eg:u-s, I .-anu
tc. with, special music i L
la anroitited to a,-;:. :e
l '.,".' e
a .. .- - a
'a a. ' : i
With Me, Onward Christian Soldiers. Unrnished by the Quebec string baud. TIVE-NKSS
h Looks Un to Thee and
Alexander, H. D. Lee, G. D. Shuford,
L. II. Bishop, Will Anders, Edwin
Poor. Jack Poor A. R. Metcalf, W.
L. Picrson, Ernest Justus, W. II. Mc
Cail, Ransey Whitmire, Lewis Moore,
E. W. Raxter, W. L. Ray, II. G. Rog
( rs, R. W. Raxter, A. L. Huggins, W.
E. TaP.ey, Lusk Wilson, Carlee Mc
Call, T. L. Garren, Lee Baynard, W.
L. Mull, Vf. L. Townsend, Carr Whit
mire, B. S. Chapman, L. V. Sigmon,
V. L. Neill, R. E. Mackey, W. P.
Clark, John O. Cantrell, S. R. Gallo
way. It. B. Glazencr, E. D. Hendricks
11: A. Gillespie.
beco nd Week.
W. C. Gravley, R. F. Kilpatrick,
M. P. Hawkins, Tom Allen, A. E. Mc
Kinley, W. S. Simpson, C. B. Mitchell
j.oonev Owen, N. M. Hcnsley, Elijah
Kilpatrick, M. W. Morgan, T. H. Case
C. H. Russell, J. W. Burns, James
Bell, E. C. Ncill, F. J. Whitmire,
Claud T. Owen, Walter C. Whitmire,
Thog Dodsworth, P. A. Aiken, W. L.
Fiady, Carl F. Galloway, Jennings
- x L L
O'g We U -ee
a - e ;
;,. :t i.i; im- eean in: ' : e. . .0 n;s c.i'
r n -iv, II.- has brotiirht into t
rieh ' n -u;.' ex a C-a, -n tie- !
in the Holy Spirit, an! the "
i :' : ( o.a-.- -p-e. tin ' ; ; e ah: :
f ha . a: -' the r. naa -id .: o :" .
lar;: a rieh life in Ch.ri-t -Usus?
I HIST. THERE IS A ! EH SOY
1 RESPONSIBILITY. I 'vac
: bri.tg-'- tins injur. ".,.:; : "'fai-'e h.reo
i - - ' ' V a. d sniritun! a
peopie oi tr.e cor
ution to BENEFIT US A
T. Galloway, R. F. Glazencr, Glad W. i Stand Uj; J'or Jean g They told who
Whitmire, Ed Hollingsworth, J. N. 1 h y v t re written by and why. This
-ved to he a verv interestitic suh-
". a-; we all love to hear by whom,
'- '": kow, etc., these wonderful hy
a.ie' v-.n-re written.
'i nen a social hour was enjoyed,
nni a delicious fruit salad war- served.
Those present were: Miss Falls, the
a,s teacher; Misses Elizabeth Mor
'lai, Ethel Hayes, Fay Clayton, Al
)erta Perkins. Luella Keller, Georgrie
;'n.!ton, Nan and Gladys Kilpatrick,
."label and Nell Miller, Jennie and
.'-.dl Aiken, and Mrs. Steven Fon
ane. The two honored guests
ere Rev. Falls and Mrs. Lloyd Dal-
d the (. ntortait in. ni MENTALLY, MORALLY AND
TglYSICALLY, SO LET'S HAVE
-,n. of the '.--g i,:nrking the close of !
or.t- of the mo. t :-::ccossful terms of
'he rchool for a good many years.
fin1 tei'uchei's of this, school were II.
P. Niekoh-on, princioal. Mis-: Dora
r:.eeci , g aeh.t r of tlrr;!, fottrth ar.d
firth grndew atal Mr-. Ruby Mc-Call,
rimary teaecher. Mr. Nicholson,
vho has been teaching in this school
for three years, has expressed his
esire L make a change next year,
o the county superintendent and
u-tce of the school have employed
W. B. Henderson as principal of the
choo! for the 1023-2 - session.
WRITES 10 MEWS
er farm fatally in
-. a :.y. i hi - 1 in 1 . d
tii-i a sum v. hieh 'h
iocs- r.o; pi. i: gp ': .,.
hid- this las-: of tag '
it-, t lie u v- p. - ; o t .lo - :
the Rural Di giets still
g I'll- in this higi1' !- 1:
ta.ge. the-e i- toe :a
t ntisvivan: ; (h-tet :orat;on. e navt to c.
- ! ig itenr j ot: th ah. rt ,o keep oursen.'es up o
a the 1 ' ' . g ' gel. The:: th . i- th.- ' " e
. ale' U a' edi'd t-elf ai.aet 'V. 'i.W a g'i
oe- -a: a ; o , g n tnaiaes as ij a. ,.'u.
powers in ourselves.
r I we nave new c
..i e! ii vv e hi v oe. a-:.,-1! a . .
i't aeril of not
No doubt our honorable Mayor
nd Hoard cf Aldermen do what they
oe.-t ior tne interest ot our
autifu! town. But when one sees
he destruction of the years - old
' ink' Trees, must think of the
ring lines of Joyce Kilmer's im
oems are written bv fools like me
Tells About Capturing Largest Di
tillery Ever Known in Section.
BREVARD STUDENT MAKES
Davidson College, March f Yvg
h Kimzey, of Brevard, was one of
ho lo Davidson college students to
ake the honor roli for past semes
r, according to announcement to
ny. The average required to at
tin this, distinction is 95.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb, who
ere recently married, spent the
eek end in Brevard with Mrs.
This might be of interest to you:
On the 22nd of February, I headed
a raiding force that raided a big dis
distillery in the eastern part of the
State near Kinston. So far as any
records arc concerned this was the
biggest distillery that has been cap
tured. It was of a 500 gallon cap
acity; 1 GO fermentor-; 10,000 gallons
if beer. It was concealed in a house
with four large doors containing vale
'oeks. Fifty boats were penned at
he still. It was located within 400
ar-Js of a man's house and was being
operated by six men.
Hone to sec you ere long,
arch .'). 2'J J. L. OSTEEN.
forms of pride Then there is the r.-
sponsibility to keep up the personal-
our Farmer friend- as we should ha ! things that vac rind ve are eapa'ae
will do all in our po.var to in In cot of doing. Then there is the petal e4
rect this error. j spiritual pride. When v e have .":-
In order t0 reduce this loss to a ' perk-nees beyond those of mo '
, . . , . ... . . : .-ll-.,,. fV:..i:.in.-.. lie. n . i,
mnggggn tne lUathata.-::::! t u! ot ; oei i- hj-. .suo - e -. .....
Brevard, corni osed of gr'ie- who are ed to be filled with pride, ar.d ,-; a
va'li- ioie-o.ted ia tii,' v- dfi- . ' tual p.nde is one oi tne won-t ot ...
our Count v are inatigtti ating
for Organir.ed Wai fare on the-i
: . :i .i-.: i ; .fa
cuts. Plan- are under wav for or ano iamuy rengious me- iu
ganizing each school district of th... '. we should take heed.
County into lighting squads and an I SECOND, THERE IS A SOCIAL
nropriate awards wilt be given fo: i RESPONSIBILITY. Each Chr:-t-d;e
school killing the largest number iau is responsible for his fellows a
pcr canioi. Individual prizes wii: . weil as for hiniseif, and this i.tay o-e
also be oi i'e red. Alt parents are u.rg punimed up in one incident. A l:ic
ed to give this movement their active i boat was noticed by those on beard
support an.i hearty cootx-ration, for j a ; hip adrift at about dusk, ll-.o cap
with a little encouragement our ; tain ordered the boat to be picke j up
youngsters will he lp materially to re and two men were found in it both of
duce the de-tru.tr.o work of our horn were unconscious. When, one
'nt mv, the RAT
htr campaigns '. awoke, he looked around and dai r.o!
tre oetng succ
v c. rriei out m
sc j his companion, he said, "These is
ar. other man in that boat." W,. are
nttin.rou- other couu i'-; of the state.
Let's add Trane-vUgauta to the list and 1 i sponsible for others. Yvre
LAND DEEDS AT THE NEWS
But only God can mak0 a Tree.
D. C W.
'- '!,. ,H,. IT . T T A n;
make it Statewide. (Ccntirtued on back pa-v)
J - aeeLiiti, 1'u.i. j. xu. .-Vinson.