TRANSYLVANIA "OPPORTUNITIES EMPIRE" NATURAL
EXPONENT OF TRAN
THE LOCAL NEWS
An Idependent Weekly.
BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1923
RALEIGH, N. C, March 24.
The General Assembly started po
many investigations during its sit
tings in the capital city it appears
hard to get' out ox the habit, even
after he departure of the solons.
Only the printing inquiry was com
pleted and this proved to be a tem
pest in a tea pot. A special audit of
the States financial records has been
in progress since the middle of Feb
ruary and May 1 is now set as the
probable date of completion. The
special committee appointed by the
Speaker of the House and the Presi
dent of the Senate to look into the
affairs of the State Sanitorium for
Tuberculosis is expected to resume
A brand new' inquiry into official
misconduct was that recently insti
tute'd by the State Highway Commis
sion against V. S. Fallis, purchasing
agent for the Commission, on com
plaint of Charlotte dealers in auto
mobiles and truck parts, who charg
ed that Mr. Fallis had been discrimi
nating against them in l'avor of Ra-
leigh dealers. Verdict: Charges not
sustained. In rendering its decision,
the Commission placed this statement
upon it records: Whereas there has
been some criticism of the purchas
ing donartment of the State Highwa-'
( om.nnsMon. and this criticism has. i
been brought to the attention of the
Commission and thorough investiga-
n at ion
of witnesses and eorrespon , b
!encc. we- are unabie te find anything Afier hearing some very good
ie-;le-eting on the integrity of the pur , talks by o-.hv-r.- i:i t'ne audience, a
chasing agent. Another bubble bust j motion made by Mr. Br.-ese and se
ed, i ..-tnnlod by Mrs. Ward, that we tale
ing t0 calculations made 'n ',
th- elhce of Commissioner of Rtvcn- i
ue Houghton the total income tax col ;
iect.-d for the year is s 'light iy above:
?2,'2,O00,. as compared with a total '
.t. . . . n i . . ' i i
ci .y.,-i 1 4,tgej during mo wnoie year ni:,- i"-' -- ' "
lft'22. A maximum e-f $3,000,00 is Mr. i. H. rr was then e'-eted
contemplated by Commissioner ; as tr.-a- u: r -f th.e . -1. A.
Houghton for although he i-- ' The f.dlowi sugge: tior.. were
unwilling to guarantee the estimate. . th; ': a.ppr.e. i d :
Around 30,000 individual and corno- To a-'-; edn- a ..v.v.i' 'o tax
ation returns have been handlcl by rare of rip: - an-! ra: :;.. s:r..e.
the otik-e or tne commissioner oi ue
w-nue during the receiving artel lilin
season tiie past year.
Dr. K. C. Brooks, State Sunerintcn
dent of Puidic Instruction, has an
tiounced a number of group meetings
- .ii i. ;.. ..i.. .!
ei countv scaooi auinoruie s. meruo
nig county and city supe rinte-mients
am! m.embrs of school boards and
committee- for the discussion of the
new school code. The f:r:t of the s(-
will lv hv hi in A-h.ev'die on April 11,
for the benefit of those interested in
:!!i counties west ol the blue iieige.
Tin tonic- for discussion will be :
're'iaratior. of the 31 a v budget; fund
sis of obi indebtedness: provision for
the treat ion of new school houses; ':
new local tax and bo::d laws, county
wid- plan of school organization. :
dtities of county board:- ot education,
county commissioners and school com
The .Turlington Act placed on die j
-taiute book, of the l'oeen General )
. -a. i,. u , . ,..wv...t o-.i,o..,.- ),r?nr i
"' .- i'.-'-- 1 ,
the Supreme Court, which holds that
It Joe-s not repeal State laws already
in effect. The decision r.f the Court
removes all doubts as to the effect of
the repealing clause of the- new pro
hibition act, on indictments pending
when it was ratihed, and empnasizes ;
the fact that he Turlington law is ;
more than a scrap of paper. Under .
this law, the distiller, the boot legger j -and
the consumer arc placed in the ': g
class and it behooves each of
these classes to be on its good behav
ior. It is suggeted that liquor breath :
may consitute the charge of receiv
The Supreme Court is soon to pas
upon the validity of another act pass
ed by the General Assembly of l!)2o.
viz., the section of the Revenue Law
exempting from taxation stock held
by citizens, of the State in foreign cor
porations, over which the most stub
bcrn fight of the sopsem was waged.
Aempory injunction fought by Wil
lie 31. Person of Franklin county has
been granted by Judge Sinclair re
straining Revenue Commissioner
-Doughton from complying with the
provisions of the Act. Mr' Person
relies; upon the provision of Article
5, secton ?, which jsets forth: Laws
shall be passed, taxing by a uniform
rule, all money, credits, investments
in bonds, stocks, joint stock compan
ies, or otherwise; and, also, all real
and personal property according to
itr, true value in money. Article 5,
ccct:c:i 5 provides: Property belong
SECRETARYS REPORT OF MASS
MEETING IN CONNECTION WITH
Y. M. C. A.
The meeting was opened at 3:10
by Mr. Perkinson, Y. M. C. A. Sec
retary of Asheville, who led the at
tendance in singing, after which Rev-
Falls led the members in prayer. Mr.
Miller, who was presiding, then turn
ed the meeting over to Rev. Smith,
who opened with an address and sug
gested that we have Mr. Perkinson
apply as the Secretary of our Y. M.
C. A.. Due to some important busi
ness, Rev. Smith left after calling
upon one of our distinguished visi
tors, Mr. Kurt on of Asheville, mem
ber of the State Y. M. C. A. Commit
tee. Mr. Burton ga. us a very inter
esting talk on the work of the Y. M.
C. A. during th0 present days and
durihg the war. Ht. told of his many
experiences and emphasized the fact
that it is of no matter how small the
:own is that is attempting to nut
un such a wonderful organization as
a V. M. C. A-. but it is the size of
the peoplt that are in it.
Mr. Miller th n introduced Mr.
Perkinson a- our next speaker, and
lie told us of hi-' many experiences
as a Y M. C. A. Secretary. Mr. Per-
kinson is the one that has charge of
those sho;i meetings that thev an
holding in Asheville and his exper- :
ier.ces were sure pleasant to listen to. '
Our next speaker was Rev. Seagle. j
who gave us a very short but snappy s
m ech am
'.gge.-ted tlKii m add: urn
lit standing committee ;
anpo.ir. m vvtsd mere from il.o
i r . i.
U-"icSS l)eeoie e i Hie- ii.v, ll.
up subscriid ion
ee how mu.h
we can ra: e to t
eeunprnent, v.as : .
:.L:lr erin' :o:is -"' t'mn eaile;! fov
and lake i u:. u'ii.di re--uKe.! a
n . . . . , e o ;i 1 1 i" i :
touch with. Wile
?.!. ( . A Si ci etar .
Mider. (' :
v i ! '
e.-mml.tev.: w. i
,h'' Mi- l'r "
annou.aa.ng ! :
nnooie'rd :.; a diti r a
'1 he' meet ng
i-.-.i at :!'
.i i.uii i
LAYMEN'S CLUP TO ATT EN
EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE:
Layman's Club w.d ,;o- !ndd its
uiar Sunday aftei-to -n se-rvic" on
'aste-r Sttn nr.- 'm; m tetpi w ili at-
tend - the Sunrise S.rvn-- t be held
on Mount Surprise m -vat o!o-k.
- ''"d all laymen are .'r.-.-d to !k pre-
. - - "i. ':
The afternoon, service last Sunday
wa.s given over to a support of the
i Al . v. . A. .Ma.-s mee,.nst m uie coiuc
'oust-, but bciore going to the mass
meeting in : tiodv la" memoers oi
. . ,
taub enjoye,, mtere-tmg tarns '
ue;- "' l- IU'" umi "' ' iL.'"
kme on of .-a-hevide wf:t gave tne prm
cinal addresses at the
Y. 31. C. A. ,
i'he giowth of Layman's Club waib
. . , r- i f i . .
ae-nioo.'n.weu on .oo....
when nearly thirty-nve men attended
-ht. "i . 31. C. A. meeting m a body.
to the- State, or to municipal
corporations shall be exempt from
taxation. i ne v.enei.u vunm,
may exempt cemeienes aoa peupe.v
held for educational, scientific, liter
y, charitable, er religious purposes, .
also, wearing anparel, arms for mus
ter, household and kitchen furniture,
... . . .. , . ..
the mechanical arid agricultural im
plements of mechanics and farmers,
libraries and scientific instruments,
or anv other personal property, to a
oi au.v ueuci l"-'-u"nl l""F-1-
Sue not exceeding a00.
Colonel Persnn maintains that the
'tent to the F
he power of
nd a violati
re: does not
done in thi
he Suprer !
Talk of aa
-i. lature . "'
ife th;m '
Ptcr i i
FOR Y. M. C. A.
Enthusiastic Meeting at Court House
Last Sunday. Large CrowJ
The mass meeting at the Court
House Sunday afternoon, J. A. Miller
Chairman an,j Jerry Jerome Secre
tary, for discussion of proposed Y.
M. C. A. in Brevard resulted in the
definite launching of the plans, and
while it may be some time before w-e
have what could be termed a full
fledge) institution, it is certain that
Lrevard is nearer to the goal than at
any time in the past.
Chairman J. A. Miller of the Gen
oral Committee turned his oimmittoe
meeting into a mass meeting and
through the efforts of the Layman's
Club, the meeting was featured by
an inspiring address by Mr. S. P.
Fur. on of Asheville, a prominent
business man, closely associate with
religious and ci ic matters in that
city, an, who has served on the
Board of Directors of the Asheville
A. for many years.
.I P,.r!.-'n--.-m V M ' A i-'d.l i ,
-v 'o .
r. tary ol Asheville, who gave an hi
f Asheville, who gave an in '
lluM " '"''I i'icsiuc,, uu'. a.. ,
ir.. jiiiing musical program.
The speakers were introu -ed by
' Rev. C. C. Smith, who outlined the
t:ee-d of a Y. M. C. A. for llrevard
and a.-:U!e,i t!u- large m:r.:!ier of
p.-esc;i:ative eiti::e::s jire-e r:t that
with tht. enthusiasm already in -
d'-n.ce' th..- roje ct was : ure- to it--
Mr. Burtons a idr'-ss he'd the nu-
. e.U'e in a:: ji it-ns-dy ?i',..-ri's. in ;
n-a:-.t:er. am! in a hiition to . xplaini::"'
the i : : - of a Y. id. C. .. -o- o-"-
y. am. n a:r! boy. t:;e r
iogar.i to 'onurami'tv V or;: i"i -.!:. i.
M. C. A. Field, ami thi v. a e- Msei.o
ly vaiuab'o in tin. j: kd-c,' f or P ' '
vard. a - the-re is a n-an by wiik ii
tile- you::: vomen a- well as
yeung .ie !i van ha.ve '. he ber.efr.
tie- i : : i t .-1 , -; , niu rating i:.-.
.'. . i. . e ;
dai address d i
Of.e 'a the audi. :ta
lie c d that
'alt tha-- ill'-
: i.oti. i
a r i - a a
0 i '. i e ;
al this -
a- de no
o t e in f ;
or of it.
W. K. lb- -
C. A. V. if ( a.
'i II. Shipman an, oiyo!s. :.?! a ..si
ti m w-;- etirried to open tr-r- .-i;ii-i rtp i
tion :i -', ot: the- spot v. hum c. a - don1
aa. a re uli. nearly dd.'DOds) :
was -ub -cribe-I with many m.-re pi;': '
id : pii It e-d . :titte:i - :,, b.- heara i t
;.nd a.-- a re u!t of this sub eript'ou :t
so is ; wedi assured that Hp".' ard v. id
!r;Vo a. Y. M. C. A. even thoueh we .
may. as suggested by Mr. Si.Vei'.-ie ;:. 1
-aeae-e- sarilv tart on a very mo '.est
scale at first.
-. Bui ton's e-!ico-j ra;;c m
Pre-xn.rd wa..-, v-ua' th.an in
only f(;,. h(, ;iho
aid it with dollai
in lha ;.up,nbated $100.00 ta
, . .. , ,u..i...
v. arus ur i. .u. . :. .no; i"e.i
0 , -Ai() )vv y,ar ,0 ,0IV, as it is in
ooeration. and this generous oner;
;v. a- promptly more' than doubled hy
!r. Jos. S. Silversteeti who.
wavs, never fads in his part in any
for thc b,.1K.fli( of the c.nrmun
it A hu-ge number of cmizens
p;ompt,y rt,,poI,dcd with generous
n.u!!;,rr;ntious when th, list was open
ed and with the General Committee'
to meet again in the near future, and
h;l hav thf, Statc Qrgani:
, y M c A tQ addre a mCet-
. thp pects for Brevard
much-talked of Young 3Iens Christ
inn Association are very bright
! , , '
BREVARD INSTITUTE NO I Lb
The Facultv of Brevard Institute
. " , , , .
nTiinvoi n nint flpbo-Vitfid evenm"-
p v"i s lno
with 3Irs. P. Xoble Simons, at her
hom(? on Tuesday evening. 31 rs. Sim-
in the amend 0in"s n-aVe a lectur0 recital of Goun- After refreshment?, the Club ad-Ac-
was beyond 0ais Romeo and Juliet in her own ini- journed to meet with 3Irs. Perkins,
a : d Assembly citable way. We consider that we April 4. 1023.
- 'ions of the .,r0 v,,ry f0rtunat0 to havL. such a 3IRS. FRED MILLER, Sec.
d comp'aint. : fil;,he( artist living where v.e can
0 :,c standing hear her play. t. M. MITCHELL MOVES STORE
' e tax exemp Many students are going home for
" decision of Easter," but only those who are out 3Ir. T. 31. Mitchell, who has been
awaited with , nf quarantine from the meask'3. holding down a corner on Main St.
I "Ve hav- ti'l a few cases, but it is for s0 long, has at last located in a
ion of the Le i not at all an epedemic. new place. He has part of the ware
x "a11 is less1 Our Fa ' ?r service will have to be house belonging to Farmers Supply
i-.r-ek-. a"o and j held th ? Institute this year. A on North Caldwell St. As Mr. 3Iit-
1 .t- d" ' - into I snecin i-t-Vc of song has boon ar- oh el1 said, It is on your way to Ashe-
M. E. CHURCH
Rev. D. V. York and Mr. George
Hawk Begin Services
Sunday, April 1
Vork, I). , ,
Hawks, will -erics of mom
ings at the M hedi t church, which,
will continue for a number of days
Dr. York is one of the regular an
pointed ovan-erst.: of the Southern
Methodist church, and has had lf
years of exper;enc(. in evangelistic
1 work with m
irvelou-? success Bre
vard is exceedingly fortunate in se
curing t'ne leaderhip of so great a
preacher and evangelist. He is not
sensational, but plain, practical, and
pointed in his presentations of gospel
truth. He depends upon the word as
accompanied by the Holy Spirit to
accomplish, the work in the life and
soul of the individual, and not upon
"tricks and ways." The community
in general mo. t cordially invited
and urged to cooperate in thi-; serie
i of meetings so that, the greatest good
j may be achieved and the Kingdom
of Cod me):.- drmlv established,
j ei son a l worr.ri'; a:
ing-'rs of. all
ihv churches ar
1m, ,htn-ehrs ,, .,. i to , ,..;,.
,-j,,;0 .., ... , tn .,..., ,
evival of real re-ib-i
A. ! ALLS. Paste
EASTER DAW;; SERVICE
Lover- (dub i n1:
:uurisf- se !--iea ;1
Mt. Sunrisv. i 'da,
will be'gin at : '.' a
'ing. tin- Mi:,L
a . ng a e'om nruni :
: e r morn ing a.
- Hill I . Service,
e.cloel. a'ni ever-.
The prc:-idor.t of th
-.' ill be in e-::arp:
a:-.and the back side
: ' i e : . a o. a .
i ,, :d - avi;
can get up
. . . i ail-, a
BEAUTIFYING CDCaCJ" IK
an n i
, ' e i
ad n .
('!: a a
Tn fa-.-' . ; av
las i :: iv a. taa
Friv nds. dir.
; . : . w he v .a.
iii. mi -, shrub.- o
Jt. C la; rat -. .
T. II. Shiutnatt
.!. S. . Silvcrstee n
Beuiah id;. eharv
Tlte Brevatai -Ve dues-Jay Club 'm
witn .:iss l row al l ce, v. i:a e
vd u? al the Bryant.
Mr:;. Simons ha,
o she gave1 u- -oine e
f the most in-
foresting bits fiom her point ot view.
Sh0'was so charming in h
t,,.,, i bearing lie ".
Tho sUhjcet"for the afternoon was
;-,, vtw rue a v. in charge of 3:rs.
ir:; Woodr.dge read the first ar-
tide relating to the subject.
voxr ur, Breese. in her most de-
ihtful ctvle of reading gave us se-
lections from a number of the poets
fori S'lndlim--' inn- Sowrll and on,
:r " ; ,
AOrtn c. aroniiu.a w.'s iLoinvaw,
. fifm Weaver.
we especially enjoyed the original
and clever poems ot .uiss .-nnie oi-
nn of n-.ir honorary members,
' . -. . '
..f-r,. nr,- t,. T-.iietc verenf Visit tO
. L " J r,..
the Magnolia Gardens near Charles-
viiv .ve a: . :.:ou. for
THE BUII : Ti: OF THE
Every prosper, u citizen in the
county should subscribe accoreling to
hi3 or her means to the building of
this monument which will be one of
the most beautiful in the State.
The eagle ami other bronze work
will not be surpass i by any in the
United States. We again appeal to
the devotion of our people to our sol
oier . and al o appeal to the; good
,,uii:.'.emen; of every I'-'M bu.-ine.-.-man
an -I vom;'.:i in our county, e-ve- -progressive
an,j palinode- citizen to
-ubse-ribo to and. plac their nam.
; :i the iv. "n n a ;., : a : :-ui!der' list.
W.. have s'.udied this n-atter t
every angle and we mo-' earric-r'
a- ure the people of Transylvanm
county that a-'ide from, the prope .
sentiment showing d : : .'e ! low a:,
devotion to our ldi""., wr.ich rur,-
of sen '.intent will l.ve through
op' a ; v.: o a
tary of .e.:. - -.
our hoy..- and ttv
A si we r :
: l .
will r-. ;ni tar
.: i ' v o ; i o : i -, -.
to i; ; and oar
atieuv , th: :. ;.'.'
: imnu-n:' vaiti'
rtising our cor.1:
f adverting the
and proper ..-., .'.
I men; v id be eif
:-, h.. w nf
! tv and
! fact that or.e of our r--::te-t ;.d
: !;: e. ;. ;ogri-- rent. i - that
! and we ahe.o are -w ;be ma.n
; a-arp. of t!:e grant Pi.--; ii N'de
I I-"ore-t and Came- Pre ervr. 'i
; minute: by auteuiiobiio r, th"
. trarct. of tiiis great nat:.eial rc--
' ii 1 7
p.-.norar.-.a am! n.aygraano. i .
allow othi r 'fi.v. - a". 1 cu ata-'
claim and take awa.-- r.tm ur .
c i u r
N . a n .-1 i ; o :
:- -l -v
- e to .-
t n h
a" i-i .o att a . v aa
it.ena.i:- a: vs'.i
g) and will be worth ten 1 be
an ' .!'. a a ' t ; : '' "-'- -t
i Pari h 11 -.
. i .
i . .
ED Sb'tLD.NG AND LCA
AYICI'I IN FLOURISHING
.. .:..: i ate -it:-: '' tha '.
nui .. I.'
e e-nsai't -
a rider. C.
A. 31i':'.. r.
. . . . . ..
itf ; 4. ;
st ve;. .
r. I athit-p. S. M.
The .-tat jrr.t r.t. of the .re a-'
hv 1 a grow A in as: .-t;- of
ty per ce tit dU' trig tile j .st yea
DEATH OF MRS. BAILEY
31 rs. Louise Bailey passe
-,r a 1- i,, l, n,.r P. 7-. -...rd
" ' ' . .
after an illness ot more than two
u -i. n... ;.; - .
wee cs. - jus. D.nie' ..is inv. ... .
i nf the late Harrv G. Bailey, who
' . r, a ; , ,
iiui. -stinTiiPi nr .Ail .1111 L'ti 'i
' ,',.,. T ti.
e or of Bloomiieiei, a. j. iiasum
. ... -,
, vod a very retired -lite, An,, fcailey
was not widely known in tne commun
ity, but those' who were so fortunate
. i ....7 i 7 e.,n,K-n
as to Kl.OW ner aeucei ne: iii;i-.i"i'.
for she was a woman of splendid
mental attainments, and possessed an
attractive personality. She is sur
vivea ly two sisters. Mrs. Lloyd and
Miss Elizabeth Batvhelor, who resid
ed witii her and a brother and sister
in New Jersey.
The funeral service was conducted,
at the reidence by Rev. John R. Hav,
of the Presbyterian church, of which
denomination she had long been a
member. Interment was made in the
Gillespie Cemetery on Saturday. '
"ANGELS OR EMPTINESS ?" OR
By CHAS. C. SMITH
"Mary stood without at the sepul
'-' ..i! i ic a ,- v. e ic, si: i-
. a M! ' loo' e'd into the .-
" eo'.h t wo amre'r n
. w;, to .-.tvimg, the one at the head, an i
the other at the feet, where the body
e.f Je.-..s had lain." These words are
recored in John 20:11, 12. -Mary
came lo the' tomb to see the body of
Jesus, and looking in she at first, saw
an empty tomb, but later she- saw
two angels there.
It is so often thus in our own exper
ienees. We look into what we
thought was emptiness. and late
!i;:d that !he place wa . rot empte ;
all, but was filled with beautiful
Some years ago in 'antral An.er-r .
a hurricane- devastated a rubber
p'anta'iem. an 1 i L - ruin si-iri.-( .,,
dete. Put from the ruins thar-f-'
prang up young trees ro nm a
greater i?: number that in a few '.-ear
made th.. plantation see-ral t.r.-.e-n.oi'e
j.ro I act ive.
I'dnley J. Shepherd, a young v;;.i
nace-i in hai
I spec'a! ti-iin on which MPs i; d.
i Cou'd making a tour of on- of
; the' Coul,! mod-. The tarda was ba-a -
wrc k.- I. an-! Mi-s ( 'ouhl's p: a a
car -..,.;v.". -i ro-an m-,.. L- ,
, She'a'ierd hurrie,i to t h.
' ing id -e- Miss Could ei
, foun.i ia r uain iu: e
gan an aceaaintana
1 ' !
t ha i
, into luv, and; m t;..m sh 1m
wife1. IP- -:"'.( '.:, u ii::.' ;i-a-nc'ss
of death m i iu ar. but
the' brig!it( -t angel of hi- life
; far! fu: ; r i devot; I wif.-.
' Ail Of life is so full of a'
that cam,- io U- V.he:i ''. i t
adversity. Angels cot-.tu'ivi!'.'.
pear w in - . v.a.- tno-j- -y ia re
on i v i tn i i i ae-s. The
t ! a
?.lay Cod '1Vl-' u-
rv e-ye- . wer
with the angel
inn' ;r. of
She saw ordy
. '.V' . -i '.'..: ; S . :
ad .-i:e t .. m-- to '- (-,-.
atai the ga ry ta
How bright far the-'
. 1 '
s ''a tae
' h 'I st
us r.-c ;o
--mat t :
it- guarantee's li
' IS A CP "i . I'P '.''
YPP i Hi-'PLXliSS id' T i i
i"PRKS. "11, rose ;: : :
n.v accor.iing to '.he' Sm
This wonde rful eve::' h..i :
been ironhesn.-d lumdreds ot va.'
btfoce in tht 0. T. Scrpit uro, a: .:
if thi. . tiie greatest of miracles,
trae. t:v r. sur -ly there is m no-
tor d o u
Bible. Whenever we com,.
passage that .is (r:rg to f.'.it'a ' a u-
t stuaddo at if. Ktitiie-r let us yo
to the re-surrectio
of Jesus a-
as.--ure ourselves that if that is trim,
th n we can know by fat'h h:u : "
oth-.. r assertion of the Book is irapu
si hie. How precious, then, to knoe
that the r.-nirrcetion is attested hy
"many i' Tall b'e nr. of.- It: "-.r
we find -ur Bibles m"r. rv r;ou-.
n. it is a cparatt:f of -hp.
RKALITY CP FAITH. "If Chr s.
l. r-ot lm'-n. then is your faith vait;.
But now IS Chri-t rien." Heme.,
l;"iv th- (hristtanitv is rca:, taat
i. i ii-;-.-
it is genuine '- -
- fn d h in '.hn forgiveness oi sins.
Alter th0 cruemxion tne uisim-.
- i- . i t : . '
,..,. rill, . with tdoom. Thev were a
were nlled with gloom. J ney
v-n..v j i j , - - t.
111 LIU 11
..-it- u tn i ti,ot if wnc h wi.i
v. e ""--"vu -e
. i 'R,
snoani a,,,,, - ;
tneir iaitn was gunc. u"-- ...
when they knew that He had actually
.;n7i ' TTnw st ron'' an d vital v.tp-
go faith in the resurrection of
Jc.?Vis may be a living, vital force ::i
our jives. Not only does it assu-.
us 0f forgiveness of sins, hut it a -
sur(..5 us that we may have victor;
over sin. "Like as Christ was raise.!
from the dead, even so we a' -
should walk in NEWNESS o? !i:.' "
That is the faith that overcomes La.
world. His resurrection .gaarar , . -
this to be a real faith.
! (Continued on Last Paget