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:$ANSYLVANI A "OPPORTUNITIES EMPIRE" NATURAL RESOURCES FOR LOCATIN
EXPONENT OF TRAN
THE LOCAL NEWS
An Idependent Weekly.
BREVARD, N. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1923
Raleigh. N. C. April 2. The
Fisheries Commission Board held a
meeting: here on Wednesday for the
purpose of organization and planning
for the year's activities. It is pro
posed to open the inlets to permit fish
to come in from the deep waters,
plant three million bushels of young;
oysters in en-tern waters and estab-
lih a mimluT of fish hatcheries in the
western part of the state. The last
legislature appropriated half a mil
ion dollars for the development of
the fishing- industry and the Board
intends to siy that it is well spent.
J .K. Dixon, of Trenton, Jones
county, was reelected chairman of
the commission, and will devote his
entire time to the duties of the office
at a salary to later 1(. determined by
bflonl. Hitherto, Mr. Dixon has not
loer. regularly ngairo.l in this ser
vices with the Commission. Col.
Sar.tfcrd Martin, private secretary of
former Goernor Bickctt, recently
appointed to membership on the Fish,
cries Commission Board, was elect
ed secretary. Colonel Martin is at
present editor of the Winston-Salem
Journal, one of the best edited demo
cratic newspapers in the State.
The regular annual mcetin.tr of the
Board will be held in Morehead City
on T tie.-day. April 10. at which time
Capt. -John A. eIo:i will be reelect
ed .m:nisioi. i nr.d Theadore
Mcel-um , of Manteo. will be contin
ued as assistant commissioner. These
two ircntle v- nt have made good in
their iv-poctivo positions and art vadl
titled to continue the work of super"
vising and encouraging' the fishing in
dustry in the State. At the annua!
meeting; on the 10th nrraagemeius
f.r planting; the ;hree million bushel--of
oyster- ami the sek ction of the in
h ts tir.v are to be dct petted will be
made. No time i to be lo.-1 in start
The Governors shipping' tommi---sioa
h.n al.-o been in conference her,.
I n : i i : ll the wetk and ''Osoivcd to sta.rt
-."unci . - soon. The Commission
o !-": -. J .'i;h the. election of B. ?!.
Miii. . V . a Chariot, . bud--- -;. ni.au.
a- - hah a.-., and Dr. D. B. 'd.rr.d!
of ths Sta e u'-iw r-lty faculty a
. cere' ui'v. The iir.-t ;!t ;:! -;u m
plated is a tiip down t h c. Cape Fear
ianr f m Fnvettoville to Wdminv
'oa. d, ninuiug on Ap'il 11. An ap-
f 000,000 iv;a piac-
MAKE BIG HAUL
Last Tuesday Luke Ostcen and po
liceman Eck Simms halted a car near
Connestee Falls and search revealed I
the fact that there was stored in the
car 24 gallons of whiskey.
The whiskey and car were confis
cated and the men lodged in jail. The
occupants of thL car were said to
hail from Asheville.
The liquor was poured out in the
street in front of the court house.
Mr. Simms also captured a still
of sixty gallon capacity and destroy
ed a largo quantity of beer in ar
Black Knob in the Little River sec
tion. Evidences were also discov
ered that a number of chickens had
been killed near the still, as a quan
tity of feathers- were found.
O nicer Simms says he is on th
lookout fo" bli hi tieurs in town an-!
moonshine stiiie and puts them out
of bu-;ir.es when found.
History of Rpsman School Written
By Pupils of Sixth and Seventh Grades
PHOTOS OF THE OLD JtMD THE MEW SCHOOLS
THE MARDI CRAS.
Much Interest Is Being Manifested
Every Denomination Takir.r;
I trust that you and the project."!
monument are both doing; well.
You ask for an account of my davs.
since 1 left your midst last Januar . .
Ife-r you will find my words mon
or loss incoherent, owing; to a badiv
mixed temperature in my poor tea
poonful of a'leged brain.
ou "i, strawberries were ripe
when I left Biloxe on Tuesday laic! ;
were ripe the following- Saturday
nhiht at Applebrook. You, as a nn-i
ical man know the result of sudd'oi
chdb'ains on a boiling- intellect so I
trust that you will not hold what I
say a.gainst mo. As for Band, if jo;t
induce him to publish this, a.n 1 if la
therefore and thereafter he finds tin-Be-.ternn
nt A- oci.v 'on, the Woman
A ixi'eu v and th-- Layman ; C!t;b
'.amnl'a: on his trail, ;!. .audi A
J"'Jis a, i his. not anno. Beraemm ay
I have warned you.
W" left Bia g.-.r 1 o a frost y mora
in January. noi:m- by Mr. Ynd-s ,nii
road via (Vutvbla. S. '.. M.-ai.o .-.
ery, Ala., and (,-ulfport. .Mi.-s. to x
f"l ioi 1 " ll e-i - 'A i nr : il-w Vr.n.h n.-iv -iitv, ...i.-lt ,.,-,- I-,.,.! a.. 1 1 rr-, , . . U ....... , -
v " 1 ' " o.-oi Lo cut uoou, ; i ne rooms having- no absence-; or i h
The Rosma.n High Scliool is locat- 1 forty-five pupils. Three or four ! and flag.
Broad River in the litt!,. villa!.-" of uarry in coal and wood, build fires in I lardies at the end of a
Bosnian in Transylvania countv.
tin- morning-. ,'nv we have steam half holiday
weeK get a
iv.dv the train
-111! jtho -tatl' ,,f Xorth T!!'' ;lni1 a Janitor to do ail these j We have a school abran- of iW. e i nV('.r. '".'h,' V-, . v'
The ...vival services winch beaan in ! C.. , ' 'ndred volanu, also a " travel!.,, I iJacdv - of th- C,'
,e Methodist Church Sundav. April ' 11 j - 1 in an ol-i wooden bui.dng : hbrary. ! i;; :( j :-, ,r
,.,;... .,.,.. P. i i- n.ve-..' ..,-,--.i.. ; ro(;n!s- a tmscmsia. an oae- aial a ;;lI(iiioriu:n, li-lit -. water and steam1 Th" Rosmun Hich School ha a ,M-o--... f I
' i hi. 1 1-! -i ; t . - o -. h 1 v arec eve
day and night. Braver meeting's are
being hobi in different parts of the
town daiiy by au :n!ia r- of the differ
ent denom nations and much g-ood is
!-eing- derive'! f r-ni tin. m.
i;. v. P. V. York is in cahr.--. of tin
preaching and proved to be a.n
ur.u.-uaiiy -;r r ur,:,i.-t r. de'.iveriiv-
-.e.ne oi t'lo
(-'-e.ves and jnt
not kl.MWj! W'e
: ome to a eio
aaCl intre-; v -
So . a e- . : e
continue 1 r c
; a. .. It is
ihe relva! will
'.It We Ol'e-:1c'. la-t
; Our school bent!) a. r -. - the siv
i by th" 1 . a ; i t ciiurca. 1; wa- on
' Very samil hill facia-' the -oad. id
! buib'ir.g; had two rooms, each liava
a fireplace, and one sinail r!..
roeir. Al-o two t'-acln-rs. T
. cho. 1 got so h.rge t hat t ivy bu
a tiir e roojii building; here : t.-'.v
L a .. s :..
' ','. o !,-.(.; V; in
f.s : '.!! a;
ha e ! f'-oa- 1 !
through immense '"., s of ;urp
tin" pine. FroiVi Mol)ile on we
-'r ami th,. wh
If '-f M.-xie. w
oi'.-aar is an i a'r
grove- i c.- rus t rni' t- ( (-asm
co-iiiis; ;;nii'j, ;
'eat. win n v.e !,a 1 a., cnU'i'taiuni;::; labratory eiaipman:
or anythimr of the kiml. Vt. had to "(. j swamps moss-hun- an inexns
around the stove or freeze. We We have a lar-or p'avurov.nd taan oa.; rv. an ! then .eis train ;
a nic fher
e.' var ha-!. Th- games play. -! ;
voliie. basket. bas- and foot ball.
m. o .. w
('-- ' ; voliie. basket, base and foot ball. i Forgot.
Ihe Bospnin sclnxd is an accredit- j Bo-man School had ice .-ream sun.' Its a quairt i!
ed Hinh Scliool now. Any pupil may per-', oyst- r suppers. and entertain. 'The old From
tinah lu re. at;end .-ii.iinio' school and ment to in lp pay for the niano, and idac of narrow.
v. N,w O ri-
O I : . i : .
, '. I
R8P4!T MAM M
a S r , i' ? , . h 4 ; i ' i , ' -
pe . ; a
1 . . -
'nail! "!-' rvato -y
a'-a- a iea ii'e ear; in
' ; ', ' : aa'i on ;.,. aia.e
.'. ;'j 1 lea-; ed from
ieiu.r a i to h.av.- sonv
st. :..n- mss a'at in eon-
vera! brmh.-rs liv
i also ha:. many
: ' tin eonec-;.
"ERAIvS TAKE NOTL
i. r I
i ri'V. '
c! ': di-'iosal of this cemmis-ion
'. ;.' ;-a neral A-.-en.bIy for th.. au:
I-.-. . f ;v esti.ration. The i over nor
n a :. n-a.-nded an ajijn'oprir.tion of
S2. -. !HiO for the nurnos-i of e-tali-
ii-hina an h.onest-to-g'oodne-s t;oat
.i::,.. T1-.. '1. mn-a! Arsmiibly leaked
a" i ;.,.! a substitute prtividb-.tr
for a: : a .-,-1 ivat'on into the feasiid'.
y aa. ; raetic.'ibility of the in pod
tion r- goin:; too strong.
1 .vc-tegating' connv.is.-.on . n.
of B. M. Miller, Jr.. Char'-.tt-; j
Dr. i lb arrol, .Secretary, t hap.
Ii.li: A. M. Scales. Gre a. -boro ; W
A. liar:. Tarboro; Chas. S. W.diae
?.;..; a ad City; Dr. J. Y. Joyner. Ra" j -a , am p
i. dh: '. A. Brown, Chadbourtt". and 1 !'., Aaa
11. a . ; 1?. Bellamy, Wilmington. A The i.
chi.-f , ',i k and ste nographer w ill be v . ; 1,
emp'.ov d and a sub-corn m itt ee nam
ed to "o into d.tailis. The eommis- , . -
' e-.a. cted t report p.rogT(-ss j dkeiy to be protested. If it were di
late in summer and if its findings j vided by four it would b(. nearer ;
ar(. fn o:-.idc a ;peial session of the rear-mable charg'e. And the pro.est-
Ceneral Assembly may be convened j i;-.g: railro
, . , i . e . . i
to take the matter or -aamisnim; at mat
water transportation lines as a per
State -dnmaldcm was astonished to
hear that the attorneys who repre
sented Xorth Carolina in the recent
railroad tax litigation in the federal
district and United State Supreme
Court would request $70,000 in fees
for their services. It is said 'that
w a . f. nad to ' ; si;'
grade was put in the
Bosnian did no
a hich school a f w .
naiiy the:. w i re am. in
l"i!-i': '."- ::::
Can teach school. This i- a great; it ! tliv : i :de '' th.' sehmd. ; what dirty street and, s-pua'ty li
pp..rtui!ity tor any boy or girl. ' It h.as dev-.-'oped more than an -tore-, where aidnp; furnaur.-
This year tht re ar" ten to h"'- '; oiln-s r-e'eie in the counry. . ancient b-vdrv n.ay be bought-
i e regalar four y-ar 'tig:, S-. I:....', ;'; .. .... .. School tvii. ve- ia l-''-'c pri-- - Cynical p. r o. - aid
' ' U!' '' !-;.;''.' 1 ir -t . then for- w. have tb-a . y'a l,,'i'iJ.M'-- t'-a1 ''"any th.-
Many of the ,mp;i- w.dl; ,, ion- nal! .--r. 1 -mm- of the 'a; a,-r- r-, 1 ''-nt .are:- wa r (....; aj'ed j ; 'lr
"a.v to cl!ool. be -ail-t it ! sin-a a . :il , ).. s -af. iv a ia:a-oa' Bail! e-r Ka!an::o... that ti
' - ea. ed a a i - e v , 1 e ' a t !' . i 1 . : . t ,-, , . n, t.;i. (n, r, ni i -' . ' a ' ; w'or;n hi.'.-- wt r.- di is -d via a :
The Sixth and S. v, nth arade. .- h;ai:'sein.d ;..-.! 'd'-i: ........ . v-i-. and. 'ha: the i. ni-:t, amoun'
' a....ir a Pag cat.-t. (Ci: lha" r.a v.irj, ., . a.fe-y !lr-t pro-axim. 'thiai'tio: v. a ; -imla.i .';'a
.iir. so we ar - i r f'-t"; - (::; .-, -.viiole ibiaa-an Itadi S, ' .. papej ami a crowbar. : e c:
t n, i.t sta fer it. Tie arade a'aaa rov. iia.- - t Ii. (!-e la:-' i- lie v.- aii m e !mar- a aaa v,. a.
i the d.-t atten ;.;!.. ! the . b a: - .,, around and see im on. ar- - ""i" 'H-x-rsay d.-v.tt m. la a:
. e-t tlour a, t- a star. in i .,- w.-iv. d'his i on,. ..f - u in New 0,i...-ins. tin- ;e.ison neiaa-
Tl-.ere i- attejidance i!ag for best el'.o.ds in Trati-y'.va!.!:'. County, the city itself is below tr e lev, 1 of
,h:. h we all work. Th" eoom ha- and one . f v.ire'.i every patron a'n 1 rivers surfa.-e and ,- pviecled f;
1- a a t he b,-,t attendama- ", t ii. K.-ey, .un;l -iiou! i be i.rmid. Tin- future inundation by lar.io levve-- :..
it m-ifth. we work .... this t! e ar wi, an I or.--!" ilty :. rv B i-rh all along' the water- edge,
o ' la oau-e i-ln.vs ! .alty I., .a,: ' a n ..g.e . f si- . Wiiat shal' da- f t. tire ! ? t- -i ; . y -ir ago. v b : a
... a. : n''' g!a. -I under
o," the .Monroe Wilson
an ie ;'i,-,n.
n t ; u-d .: that everyone
r a fad house, hot!, at
ougiu to have it to pay
A movement to promote the cause
of light wines and beer through the
medium of the Rational Americ
Leagure has been uncovered here.
Ceorge B. Stratton of Southern Pines
appears to be the organizer for tins
Jistrlct. There may be an organiza
tion for every other district in the
State. Stratton is said to be orggm-
Judpe W. P. Bynum of Greensboro isjplzing; a staff of apents who, at the
Mi ' " 1 i- -asmm&jMsgtV.
d. d: W4 1
m . ii'
u.ai r ' n
are, pernae-. ine mo-;
a . a t . a ,
Ie fo ". A-h We
:iva! s-ndety i-a-at.
oria! spt'.-:.- ;lv- :.rr tm-re aa.is e.e- :
with its etn . n an 1 com : .
- a - : t !-f jewel- .,.r:.ter
i a-, a. o ; ' n i .e. -. rt a r ' a
1 m i i u i a.'ht w !, ..-n . o i; e i ..
( a.e, thay sttad away, v.n).:a.-K, a.t :
return to tee dancing floor.
Thai-' wm'e 'hree bar p;:rades ;':
year, t ai'ii with abour twemy ha.,
floats with tv.asked llgures ntounle !
upon tiiera. The ."mats of th
parade, that of Comus. repre.-eat. i
scenes from Alice in Wonedriand; th
.e . i a
. I Tflfl fn 1 17rfc nrikminni I ..I him It w-.-... b....f.n... leb.. -: the power to b.. a friend., till ou- i files ni".
n Itlt rKAltK lUKilfiKBantist'was the friend of J,,us that hearts with the ebbing passion ,. j Protons floats depicted Wend of th
l ....... i A ,v.,fi,,.i li-elei-i iti.l tin. Vler.'o (:
! Jonn could say without a twinge oi C hrisfs love and help us to sn.. . - - -
'.nvion, feebm, "Thi. n,v iovtbevo. th snirit of His friendship in se! i procession led by i-ex. the King - f
, rt, , o:.t T AT
asK-ins lor i.j.i.uuu, and oium-y o. Al
derman, his associate, $Br,0.00. For
mer Governor Craig a,d fornier State
Chairman Thos. I). Warren would be
content with $10,000. The State is
p-oinp; to kick and kick hard atrainst
paying such exorbitant fees and
radical adjustment will be insisted
upon. Half the sum suggested would
be enough. Judge George II. Brown,
who ha a larg-e part in preparing; and
defending- the case, Rets nothing; ex
cept the small pittance he is allowed
as a retired justice under the law.
He state at the outset that no fee
would be asked on his account.
Late advices are to the effect that
Judge Bynum claims $35,000 as the
fee for both himself and his associate,
rate of fifty cents a head, may se
cure members in the National organi
zation and signers to a petition for
the light wine and beer modification
of the national prohibiton law. The
fee in the national organization is
one dollar. Under the plan of organi
zation, the canvasser deposits ten dol
lars and receives two books of appli
cation blanks containng ten each,
which represents twenty members
These the agent ristributs at the rate
of $1 each, thus doubling his money
when he has disposed of the two
books. The idea is, of course, to se
cure a modification of the Volstead
Act and start the country on the way
back to the saloon, for that is exactly
what light wines and beer would
fore is fulfilled He must increase forgetful love for our friends tii
I Bring You Some Beautiful
Thoughts on Friendship
the Carnival showed various subma -
but I must decreased" In the vm v they may find it easier to believe in ; -lurU! oras aa' e" ' -nature
of things a true man or wo- Him. Grant this for His sake win j body turns loose The business mm
, 4. u.. u .i, ,.;v 1-,;, ,!., Hi life rr Hi f.den U e? and the schools are closed an ! 1
uiciu etiiuiuL.mve lue nuniav.' ul toew .uui v.,... ...... ...v .... .... ........ .
truest self, except to one who com- Amen.
Mr. Alderman Even that sum is I mean.
Friendship by its very nature con
sists in loving, rather than in being
loved. In other words, friendship
consists in being a friend, not in hav
ing a friend. Friendship may exist
conjointly with other loves. Again,
the other loves may exist they more
commonly do without the higher el
ement of friendship. But only so far
as love finds its chiefest joy, and its
very life in loving, it is true friend
It is the very nature of friendship
to fix its thought on that which is lov
able in the one loved as a friend and
thereby to lose thought of that which
is unlovable. We are glad when he
hows himself at his best, and we
are never troubled if he failed to
.-'me as he might, while we surpasa--
mands their love and confidence in
a unique degree, and this fact marks
both the limitation and the grace of
the supremest friendship. The only
unrest of a love that rests in the
truth of one's truer self is the cease
less craving to love more. The deep
est hunger of a faithful heart is
BREVARD BANKING COMPANY
PLEASED WITH SAVINGS
hands walk the street.-
wildest rigs imaginable. One- s. a
devils and policemen, convicts aa i
clowns, men dressed as wom.cn aa. !
women dressed as men. al! caperm -.
! about singly or in groups, all appa: -
According to the advertisement in I cntly happy to the point of deliromu
this week's issue the, Brevard Bank j afTrk every man jack and woman ;'.!
ing Company is considerably pleased of them are. bound to get every outs
with the first six days of their sav. 0f joy out of the next fellows enje. -ings
accounts, over $4,774.o0 ma 1 ment.
up of small account being the result i This sort of thin"- continues all aa -
Pray that every friend of Jesus j This certainly is encouraging- an The Rex ball flames into being th-.-d
Christ may realize his friendship's shows a tendancy upon the part of night, and then everybodv goes hoa.
obligation so to live as to commend j our citizens of saving somethim to prepare an even bigger, better an I
his best friend to others. j each week, even though it is only a more exnenive carnival for the i"
small amount . lowing year - and also to em .v
The local bank is to be congratu. headaches, some I fear of the pv
lated upon the success of this now Volstead variety. No more today .
plan of helping the folks with sma" Doctor. You will doubtless coin;
means to economize and lay aside' this as one more bVssing. Regards,
something for a rainy day. HAROLD VERNOR SMEDBEtiG.
Pray that your highest service to
your friends may be in this: that
they should catch some glimpse of
God through your lives.
O God, our Father, whose best gift
is friendship, and who" alone canst