TRANSYLVANIA "OPPORTUNITIES EMPIRE" NATURAL RESOURCES FOR LOCATING INDUSTRIES
EXPONENT OF THAN
SYLVAN fk COUNTY.
THE LOCAL NEWS
An Idependent Weekly,
BREVARD, N, C. FRIDAY, MAY U, 1923
DEAR TO HEART OF INDIAN
H1GH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
TOWN ELECTION HELD TUES
DAY. T. C. HENDERSON IS SUPERINTENDENT:
Ticket Nominated Several Weeks
go Goes Through In a
The flection last Tuesday passed
off quietly, little interest being taken
in the affair and only avlight vote
being cast. Some of the voters did
not prove as patriotic to party prin
ciples as others who recently declar
ed that they had lived here for ninety-five
years and aM that time had
never scratched a ticket but had vot
ed it straight.
There were a few scratched ballots
but not enough t-o defeat those who
were nominated. Less than one hun
dred vetes werv- vast and the Austral
ian Ballot. Syslvm was used in this
county for the first time.
The following citizens will handle
the affairs of the town for the net.
Mayor: T. M. Mitchell; Alderman.
H. R. Walk.T. R. H. Zachary. V. S.
Ptice. Jr.. -I. hi. Waters, E. F. M-of-
S.AYMAN'S CLUB PLAN EXTEN
SION WORK FOR SUNDAY
To Visit Rosmari and Also County
Layman's Club will nice i at two :
'clock Sunday afternoon, loth.
-'TP.'n i T . , . i :i i 1 T i if' i.rn'Hvi'n :n
bo .livid, d inin thnv section ., -,,'
low s :
One group to go to Rr.-man, where
a meeting with th Laymen of that
place will be held upon invitation
from Rosman citizens.
Sicor.d gtoup will n- to County
I loir e. where a rervice will be held
for the benefit of th inmates, with
special mus:c planned. ,
Third irro'.tp to i-mi :rt of those :
who ear. not go to Iwv.::'n 'or con::: v
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roine. aiii; tru.-e w,n ni :l ti:e 'H'giUa:
J.,,. ,f,Pn ,..,.,.,,., ...
;sun(!;: atternoon mei'ttng at 'J : 1
instead of the regular time. ."Mo.
J-.vory layman is un ited and it is ,
hoped that suffiucnt cars will be of- .
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man and county home. i M..-ui.d us is wai. , iti ur.!iioii.-! sUf.;dy.
While the meeting at Rosman i - Tw- -:bird of that w,-pt ; tht im:;,-;
ii-i i .1 .!,.-;, ,
to be lor laymen -enlv. the cour.tv '': ;.:n l;i c .;?vkw !. I r, : r
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uuiiii' 1 1 i e e 1 1 1 1 i ii it'll especial!1 . o
the ladies who will volunteer to fur-
nish their cars and help with the
singing which is to be a substantial
part of the prograts,.
Dr. S. H. Stevens, V.
from Hendersonville was no Mondav
testing cattle for tuV-reulosis ami th.e
following had their cattle tested,
which were found t,r- be clear of T.
0.: C. K. Osborne. Brevard I.wtituu.
ur. oioKes, in-. r. a. r.ngiisn. v. n.
II, .1.1,.., ;i r-.... u i
ni'iiioi. v .iin-y .inveii, w.nf iieii. ..
Mr. ellndrickr, Ed. Loftis. A. N.
Hinton, A. J. Beddirrgiield and J. M. .
This should be of interest to those !
who buy their milk, especiaHy for i
children, for it is recognized that at !
least 26 per cent of tuberculosis in
the human family come from drink
ing milk from tubercu'i.1 cattle.
This is a question that should re
yceive more serious attention by out
folks. There are a number of coun
ties of the state that arp making this
work county wide and are having
every animal of the BoT'ine species
tested. Buncombe county has just
completed this work and Henderson
county contemplates putting it on at
iin early date, and if Transylvania
expects to take her rightful place as
a summer tourist county, s'ne must
fall in line and get the T. B. cattle
ousted, for the question is being fre
quently asked by visitors, "Have your
cattle been tested for T. B.T"
Let's not be a back number, but
rather get in line wdth our neighbors
and have the county cleaned up.
DEATH OF ETHEL OWEN
The many friends of Ethel Owen,
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman
Owen, were greatly bereaved when
she passed away Sunday, April 29,
102:. Ethel was born October 25,
1908, and joined the Baptist church
when she was twelve years old. She
is survived by a father, mother, one
sister and five brothers. She will al
ways be remembered by her many
school friends on account of her
bright, sunny disposition, and al
though we can't always understand
why some roses are taken just in the
bloom of youth, we know- that it is
God's plan that "He doeth all things
Horses find Calico Always Among tha
Gifts Exchanged After Cere
monial Visit Is Over.
Horses are always considered anions
Indians the very linest present that
cam lie given, and loiiowmg a visit or
one tribe to another, as the homeward
trek is in progress, each Indian family
will have several leading behind, pres
ents from their late hosts. The Pon-
cas Otoes. Pawnees, Cl.evennes and
several other of the plains tribes, use
a spring wagon anil a team with
which to travel about the country,
and in the warmer months of the year
it is not unusual to encounter Ions
strings of these going on a visit to
some other tribe.
Holts of-gaily colored calico con-
sjitute the popular gift, whenever an
entertainment of anv kind is being
-given the Indian by white persons. It
matters not what the other presents
may be. there are always many bolts
of calico, and these are always grate
fully received ::nd appreciated.
It has been the custom of many of
the tribes for centuries for the squaws
to carry their papooses on their back,
with the babies strapped to boards and
then pla-ed upright over the wom.a's
shoulders. (tali.v.. is always wraiivS5
around hoards which httppen to 1
about the right 'rongth for papoose esr-
riers. In ih,. o-f days when the traders '
barters! halt of calico for pelts the j
suuaus immediately grabbed tb-se !
noaius hi' wii.p twe oit!) was Ivprrl.
for heir intan! and this enst . ;z, is
f' 'Mowed t
csont ilay. In fact, j
the - niiaw s , isjt the merchants it? 3'on- I
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I'"'--'-"5 T..lle. ,1
id have all oT the '
WOULD CHANGE THE WORLD
Chemist's Assertion That He Can Ob-
tarr Hydrogen cm Watr Is
Most Inpcrtant. .
:t:i;.;! have ,!;eani. a v !e. o
ti-i'r.u'-. or heen repofi ed a
''-'i ; a !"t if V'ir,- ir chor.
:" IKl'lll . -V v'lle.. 'I... ' ..-1. 1. , i
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1- '- MunVii e ;e.,iisl f-on,,! :.
way of f'liin -hi:n ,i .lroirrn fiv-::1
,.- , ,
yi '., (;(.nii;mVs tl .. jllT1 ' "
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'-'"''ii"i-. 'he "1
w. ii:.. be
rc ol at ionized If w ater i-ould be ine-
pensively transmuted j.ito its o:. y-e:i '.
TITj! hlirogel. ;
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we s,enu iiii!eas. ;uir.s to" rnni,
rdhraei.e and bit u,in,:n. dug .nit of
I' mines ,y s- re:-.:i.r.i toil, ivfrried
1J' mrge expense m r:!.;r, . id carv )o oar ;
'i';i"-. trucked to oar individual eoai
birit with more cxp-n-. :'"'"ogen
g; would do its v, .'r? ixvt r in
''VifiT way, both for t'.irtery and lunae
Us' insieii! i.f x-,rlrin -. ....
llVJTs. ., ,ix,.(1 supplv. alreafh- ' esti-
nt;,ie(i. we should takv m.thing fi
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iiniu.'e inai wouiii no: r,(. reslnreil. 1 lie
byi'irogen. burning, wouid not cease to
,e hydrogen, it winii.i pre-ip!t.u.- it
seif wiien Feconibine.! witli oxygen am
xv;!,,'r u'nl""" mLiTi'- tls"
si3iiiice. J iroi !;1 ii Kagle.
Everybody knows of tbe mock art 1 f
:ins his profuse t-'ars es-ril ed in
I-v.is ('iirroll's f;
minus book. 7herp
is one :porson who claims So linvc Keen
a number of ihet.i. A mmg attrH-he
of ti.e Mexican legation several r;ar
:pgo was being shown the sight ' of
Washington by an , American frb-.ad
Dropping int.. 'a restaurant for hnwth,
their first dish proved to be mock i-r
tie soup. That led Hie .Mexican ii-d o
an aiiimafed account of a trip across
the Caribbean sea, in the course
which, lie t-iaid, they passed a bare rock
"simplv covered with mock turtles. -,, f . , ... , , ''n. accouimg :o uie lesuns 01 routes. He gathers the fresh milk
"Excuse me " said the merican smif lvuo- 0l --sheMlle brother ot nS(. rrhos llV Harlly Kmhrey of the ,-,, ,)..' farmers .-,,,,1. without open
ing. "vi.Pt don't mean mock turtles ''- Thomas 'league. Mr. 'league hug. Enion Modi.-.--! college, Peking, recent- ing the individual containers, delivers
but just turtles." "Indeed I mean what
I sav," the other repeated, wit
warmth. "I mean mock turtles the
genuine mock turtles.'
Power From Peanut Oil.
It seems that one of the iirlvantages
of the Jiesel oil engines lies in its
ability to produee power by burning
not only the cheajest grades of natural
. . . .
minfral oils and the by-products of
coal distillation anil coke lilants. t;ir
and creosote oils, but also vegetable
and aninial oils. Indeed, it is said It
can use peanut oil almost as effectively
as mineral oil.
The use of fat oils from vegetable
sources for fuel w, 11, i ,s predicted,
promote industrial development in re-
gums wnere me him i.i -ut is pro-
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hibitive in northern Africa, lor in-
c ,inco ....i in triune jcrts of in.r n n
Tt . , i . i ,, . . '.,
country. It is dechired that those o Is
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rnfiU-p it certain that mo ive oower can
still be produced from the heat of the
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sun. even when all our ntitural source.:
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of solhl and liquid fuels are exhgusted.
The Commencement exercises of
the Brevard High School will begin
Sunday, May 20. Sunday morning at
eleven o'clock in the Methodist
church, Dr. Howard E. Rondthaler,
President of Salem College, Winston
Salem, N. C, will preach the Bac
On the following Thursday even
ing May 4, there will be a two-part
program the recitation-declama-
tion contest, and an operetta. Fri
day evening, the graduation exercis
es will be held, together with an ad
dress to the seniors by Mr. Stantford
Martin of Winston-Salem.
The annual play will be given Sa-
j turday evening,
j Tn' niusic recital will be givm
.afternoon during the week the e:
act date to be announced later.
MRS. G. C. KILPATRICK ENTER
TAINS: On Tuesday afternoon, April 121
?drs. Crady Kilpatiick was hostess t(
the Fortnightly Club and a numhc
of guests. The occasion being a mis
cellnneous rhower for Miss Myrtk
Raber, whose engagement to the Rev.
Lee Falls of the Methodist church.
war. announced earlv in the snriivr.
The "house was prettily decorator,
f. lh, occa -j.,u. A musica1 program
I con irdiiig of vocal selections by Mr:-.
J. Mack Alii
Mrs. Hugh Yvk
er and several piano solo:; by E v
. - ! v.- " r't lf r 1 1 niino' niiKiel'm All?:!
Moore, were thoroughly enjoyed.
A trourseau cont'.'-t was .n inter-'
itv-iintr feature of the aftornoo.:.
'Very attractive 'orize was offered ih
; v-ln'm. who prov.-d to be Mrs. ller.r;
j C. Ur.r. cr.i. v.r.o in turn p.-osonti d
thr most charm ing mtm'ner to Iv
, ,. the , lore of the cor.tc i I w
li.iniat urc w,-i: h-wii'.iM'n bearin
i;ieiidou, basket f "Inw.nlry" 1 r.'iern'.
1 lie trout ii. mr .'.!ll ti".e air
o e 11 . 1 1
a .; ; - ..1 tier :. n : 1 ." rv 'u
come. 10 ray tfte lionorcj wan ;
rather riirprised to receive "1 frir ;" '
rlu I) mot
r ril.e- the s cue iTildlv. but al! prt
( rt enier -ii i.t-.- x- mi iac Ling
the laundry, yxh.-.h rr.,v,i '.Vr alx;;-
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After the two erv ia:;;; y It'll--
vreb woe-ell deiv.rted With the'r
',-!.( t the ho-dt
ervci :i ve
salad ec-urst with c
nut.-, rrr.d hon.o xnr.de ennd'ies.
'ri,. . ,,.! i-.-ie.-.e-T
- e -
Hatrk Wr.lker .Mrs. IJenrv C. linn-
,,m, Vli.,.: , La r;;ko,. Mrs. .! . M:U.',
. ,,. s...t -,, .. v..
.till.' of,. .VI::. ..vntnll I nv;. , .ut . .Mil-
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er and Mr. Ah:i, Moore.
HC S.MAN HIGtl SCHOOL NOTES
The'Uat Drive during l'v fr-st ; w,
- of Anr il re.-ulli
; t .. v -ii,i .. .,i .... . ' .. ii
i leg o i on a l . o u i in i e i . - n i -c i -
t)i!s of the Rosm.-.n High School. A
iocai premium v.:.? won tr, tne sec-
tioli of the school called tire ' ye'.l.e.v ;'
(ihe school was divided into two sec-
Friday eveninu-. May 1, will be
u;,rh s.-he-d ,,,m,.,.1 n,-
J. Culfee of A: heviile Normal will
deliver tne aidres-.
ti-,, i.s,.v;i.; .,
1,11 '"""UJ I'AUlml "
nounced succer.--. The entrre day,!
t...;,i.,,. ,-j p., i .k.
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,..-'..;i.; ..i. ,!... a :,..i
i.v.iiiui. ui oiiiuiu num none uuii.pg i
the year, ending with z liteiiry pro- j
Rranl in the afternoon,
DEATH CF WALTER W. TEAGUE
News was received here last week
of the death of Mr. Walter W.
oeep. tn loi some urnr. nut .11- o-v
came a:: a shock to hi., many friend
1 -T,l. 1 1- 1 1
here. The body was carried from
A: heviile to Charlotte, where.it war
laid to rest. His man-'fr ords evtep.l
their -vmpath- to lv .' 'ov-d one v
arc left t mourn their lo.
ctmim 'vur..T, r--- .
JIHUIIH. t.Ui'l VL.11 1 lUI'l -V r . -
GAH FOREST BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday r.fcernoon, April 2i. W..
there wr.s a county singing conven-
tion orgppi:- ,; to be held every fifth
Surda" Th- following-ofHcerr. v,-,:,
Mr. n. Tj. Mackcy. Prc.s;(iont, Kev. ,
w. T Truett, Vice-President; Nellie'
T ., .
Program ( o.r.mi te
Caninfuld, M'k J L VVhitmire Mr I
v""'oi-. iv., ..... ... i. u.i.i.iu, . .
ct'-eet Porn - Tr :
l.cll j-din., jr. ,
The convention will meef at Mount I
,r , i c- i t- '
moriah next fit ill Sunday, rrogra.-.i
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to be vr.no arc- d lr.tc-.
IVIU. l.EZ, C.cvcvy
WITH KIPLING IN VERMONT
Famou Writer Enjoyed tha Dep
Snow and the Society of Hla
The recent heavy snows In Vermont Ono would not think of Mother
recall to a correspondent of the Spring- Goose ,n connection with Uncle Sam,
field. Republican the big snows of but recently when a woman took to
1895-9G in which Kipling delighted. tho Civil Service commission the re
"This was the winter in which Rud- --llest for her transfer to a different
yard Kipling found so much recreatiou 'Mmrtment, the clerk whose duty it
and sport in helping the farmhands wus to l'ass 011 such matters nutleed
plow out' and when he was often seen t,1,lt her n!ime was Sprat, and he
in town on a sled to which two plows aske. In his most official manner:
were attached and one and often two "An' Nation to Jack Sprat V "Yes,"
pairs of horses furnished motive pow- ' was ,he luiet answer, "he's my h us
er. The busy author was a real sport j band-" Then, laughing at his aston-
and liked nothing better than to chal
lenge the elements in his goloshes und
longdegged stockings when he dived
into the deepest snowdrifts, wallowing
through until he looked more like a man
of snow thnn n rmmrm bolnor Kit.linr
in his associations with the farmers
and the hired man never let tiny droll
expression or action pass his notice.
He would, in order not to forget it,
dive into his pockets for a bit of paper
and a pencil and quickly jot down
unique expressions and funny sayings
of bis plow companions, and nobody
can tell how many of these odd re
marks found use In Ins many folklore
COMBINES PROFIT AND SPORT
Maine Man Has Found That Hedge
hog Hunting Has Two Sides
to It, Both Good.
A man in Maine has found b.edo
hop hunt inur to be a 1 r- 1 i t : 1 1 !nii
ness. us well as ( tie that has an e!c-
nint of (!aie-rer. and tlo-refore o.Ter-
excitement in excess of that which
comes to a rabbit or fo- hunter, writes
Sam i:. ("onii'-r. ir po;!:!:ir Mo.-hrtiie'
! Maga;-.!n While it is ii"' l'-i:.t::"
j lenov.n. the:e i a -:e;i,! i!cnia;vl f' "
these 'o,iU;i'u Tea?-(r's fro;:i a!
sections of AmM'ien ard Kumixv 'I'h r
are ile-ireil f. .r re,.-.
p:r ' e I )
' fair and stt : -n
W.'ho I'.-e t!..
t; a : d in sc. : -g.- ,
i f under ; ! n.r.
bedre!;, lT;;:ren-. .
The trap),'.:..: is .,1!
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j bsttting rro,,
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'' ;! an upple !i:i
::tli! a.- :
: the i., ri
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!:,! the ap;:
tree, and an
i-.e Gtrc;: Sour.is.
fre Men" II. a ,i re I heard
r;nd it eo-rbl lad ha
Pli .' lad it been tin
rote of til :'dt
d! i.i rri le or the sottg
the lark. i! r as ,t th" busies i. T'
; (;- ;!: dav
d it. in the gloom ed
1 he late v itd'T af; e;p -op w 1 1 "P. !
in d i".i ' :.d- w-- are lit ;
kn-,p i-egd, to twinkle it.
the e ea,;,r in, -d.
In t lie !.:. rri ,v i b.ni-i uiyid' : re t
j tor omnibus..-- w.-r.- throbbing, timnd.-r
ing in ike early throes ut lin- cii's
hoinewr rd j-ps'i, taxk abs were luistl'tig
lU.i:ig in i.n al: ;--t ceaseless stream.
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, 1 1 1 ( i t i j i ..ri s we-i' so ;io , er ci s-
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,,,r .!..!d;ii'e,. w;th the clip-lop ,f
,iie hoof , of he:v v 'me-sos raucous
i voices were f-houtir.g the e-.e:ing pa-
' pers. The p;v. eteept was a torretil of
hum.-in kindi. two torrents, in facr tli!-:t
hattled in opposite directions, and i.he
human units had to struggle to keep
their course en the narrow footwav. It
was then I In ::rd it. amid the justPr.s J
and the tnitiuit. above the din of the!
"'otor oninil-Pses. trxieabs and heavy
,p.m- i- ti,i tie i.-.rov vsm.-il i-limnv
c , I .. '. ri
ni lilt- ( liy s eiis. lia- III. snililll 01
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Continental Edit ion of London Mr.il.
Vitamins in Fruits.
-nnetiveiy e,-:en,::, trniis. hps, ot
are neer seen in etei.i mar-
kets. liave been found to be well sup-
plied with vitamin C. the preventive
of scurvy, according to the resvtl
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iy j n 1 1 I isped 111 the 'tiilippine Journal
'f Science. The fruits and vegetables
which were found to have anti-s.-or-
m,tu properties were the ctu.-o.
PPaya. P"nieo. gmiva. lansones. both
fn,it :,nd rt,,wer '""ls of t!l(' !':"1!in;b
...eoiiiii, iiejiiiin in cueuiiioer, i.ang- niiister general, wiih tne view to en
king leaves, and caniote leaves. The listing nation-wide co-operation of the
.hinese persimmon was also found
Pulkins had no love for his wife's
lmle Pet hut n' 1:' when it
IU-vs,tM"ionsly hs:ipp'ared he oiTered
reward for its recovery.
, t "!f-''t; friend, "you
hated that dog like poison?
nt ,,... ir
"Tin .xi why .rn earth did you offer
sm-h ti big reward for its return?" j
"I lif e to jdoa.se mv wife."
' "ell, that mav be. but is sure
to.1,I,r' ,tl:;lt J,;lrk:" .
! Criink not. answered Bilk ns "un-
h'ss seme ope saw me bury t in the
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PAGE FROM MOTHER GOOSE
Peron With Names of Famous Char-
acters Before United States Civil
lshment, she continued: "His name is
John, but everybody calls him Jack
5Spra.t." The clerk scrutinized the pu-
l"'rs I'irtr.er ana aMe.l, 1 suppose you
huv' learned to eat lean meat by th;s
1 time.' Mil, yes. She replied, "we
try to live up to our name." "All
right, I'll order this issued," and he
affixed his official O. K.
Another woman proved to have the
odd name of Mrs. Eve Apple. Noticing
the clerk's incredulous look, she re
marked: "Yes, everybody smiles at
my name, but you know history some
times repeats itself." "Only.' in this
case' hy interposed, "you acrepted an
apple instead of giving one."
HARD TO DECIDE MEANING
Preacher Might Have Had Either One
of Two Thing: in Mind in
Uepn -on'ativo John Canier of Tex
as, say s : " Mr of the stories i like
best was tohl by i !d lino Taylor, but
I've found that of all the Taylor stories
this one is not very well known.
"In the South they,, was a st ru-L:: in-J
preaeher with a family so hirje that it
took ai! l.i- meaner ;,ay to keep ."dir.
And hedes thrr. -.do ehildren kept
c:i,i:ig along.- I!e v, a very r.
a ):;e i:;oi-e hahy arri ed. So the
cotiurega! i'-n g'M up ,at is kim-vn i:i
;t!i as :i ;,r.;; .dimr.
ldi -a if
' indy gj '. es a " ,!P.,d of s. ,;:n
sti. -U no 'ir- i'rsrdy f. .nil s
!! . A1 d in ::dd.te-n 're .-. :: . re t .op
got Up ;.. r e f. ... r e p-e:i -her.
Two v e-s i ;!-( e,,:igi-eg;it ioii.
of a s;..,;-; ie-' turn of Mind, made a bet
op, ikt issue of what the preacher
v. o;;ld s.,, ;jrs- ;n his prayer next
Sunday m imi'ig. bother it w.- i'd be
t ;-.e tsrriva! of bis s,.n ,r whether it
wniild l.e the gift l;-ipi !ii c.itrgrega
:,.n. I'.r.t wlieii Sunday came tliey
i-nidd imt dedde w!in had won. Th'k
preacli ; stai-;.'d ofj' 'lie prayer:
" ' d:. Alu.iglity I'd, I thank yon
for this si;, cor.' "- New York IIer;ild.
repo that lithographers
' ! .!, ;: ;,j :dp-oad have for some tillP
I ,M.,.n :i- ,!,;,,..;,. .i:l,,er
ppd e! ' a per inst ead ot t inn
rr!;:l aee!-.. i le lerri n g the former as
l ! ;: -r bo-'.y gives a soft cushioned
eke,-; -.vl:: eh crilpot he nbtaincd with
ti e s,did metal. For this purpose the
j metal is elect rn i .; a ed on the surfar-e
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i or ef graphite to give it m.
cotldre'-hlg sin-face. The principle thus
en p..ed is eld, P;P the ( i t'icui t y has
a I way s beep that ike liquid in the
idatlcg balk world soak into the pa
per arid would loosen the metal Ilka
from p even while Mrs was being de
posited. Now the users have learned
thai by tir-d coaling the papi r with
a vai'nish or hn (prer in. pervious to
,;t t.v can make ir immmi" v. ill 'nave as her room mate next ye:,
,:,. ti... .r--..,.t ,,r ti,..!",T', n..n .. - i i... t .
j so that the tilpi of metal will
I e.. , .-, ... u-....i,: s-,.,..
' '' " " ' ' '
Milk by Parcel Poct
j 11(,.v .. (., hu ,.,',,,,,,,, tll0
sun." A dairyman at Franklin, Y;t.,
has est abbshod a rural jarcel post
Ul)- i,-e. He !, s di-n :ir i--t:.i:i-
, f, u 1,-esh m.lk and has abol-
shed his ui n delivery svstem, substi-
tutitig the pared p. : service on four
it -p. the town customers. That beats
driving nannv gnats from door to door
:rs they do in sniiic countries, milking
as- ,.,- ,,rder.
Tin- deviser of tl is new method is
laying its feasibility before the Post-
p,,st ollice in spreading the system.
until the whole bind will be literally
"Howing with milk." if not with honey.
"In England they have shooting par
ties." "I know."
"Arnong the nobility.""
"Ami it is the custom to send what
t,lp-v slu,ut to s":!1( hosj.ital."
1 Vl ""nt' tli:lt-
I Iuh V
"Only last week I peppered a guide."
1 pu mventois are bald. At anv
,. t, , , . , , ,
1:-to- tll( man who invented the -'tis
ton, of standing nncov.,-,-.! v.kde
tr.g to a iadv vn
At the meeting of the County board
of education last Monday, Prof. T.
C. Henderson of Quebec was elee'ed
Superintendent of education to mi
ceed Prof. A. F. Mitchell, who v..;
not a candidate for re-election.
The newly elected superintend'-nt
served the county in this capacity for
a number of years and proved a r.i'r -t
The retiring superintendent r:
done his work well and the schul
of the county have flourished under
''K" E C CLEANINGS
..rn in M p? M' N'-e:p (' iiiier
.... o i '. T.
Lev. . I. fiend M-son of Pick'-mr
,. ('., writ I'd tn is community last
veeh and spent Monday night with
lis brother, T. C. Henderson.
There will be a "wo; King" at Oak
irove .Baptist church on Saturday of
tor ' ae Pi! ....-, d' dui-e
:iy '. : 1 n;
i '. - p,
'.'.' :'-.rt. d tn c...-;. i a -pi help in t'.ri
". f l k. Ti: r w 0'!i(. ;.!( (-X p ' . d '
'' I . , il!i d i , .ir r ; r p.,
tile i.c a.doii. They can also help it
p.p.' -.-.o-.-k inride t'-'.e , hi.rch budddp
The term of Quebec school was :
short thir year that tin- rever'h .
1 , , .
grtide. therefore they entered Ik..
man High School aft. r tii--
c!o.-ed wiih tin- hope ;f co;p;,;eti -r
the v'-pk i,f tried- e-iruie that t1
migh: he pr-pared f-.r admitt..'..
p-to id, h i --h r -'re , department ,r
ibisrr.au sehn .1 r.ext year. The i"'
lowing yupil.- I'i'i'iii Quebec are ;
;'tep-!ipg Rosman school:
)scar Whitmire. Bro.mius iler-i' .
smi. Ruth Mci'.-dh Va ul- !i Yhitm:
A--! Y hi! r.i ire. Lvh- II -e--r
H-k-p Henderson. Wi'.i.- Vfiprmp
--d .- Owi P. 'e-a Mr( 'ail --.t, Ik .
X'p.h ('. ?vliiler has been enu loy. .
as teaclu r of the intermediate gr.uk.
in Quebec ri hoo! fer the next rrlr
vi nr. Ii.- ha..-, linrefore. ippiVed ;p
e corp p.
lupity in order that h
more c. tYectively be a fact.-r i':
comniur.i: v 'P'ere.-ts. We tire inf.
! that Miss Whol.-op. d:;ui:hH,r
Rev. W. H. Nich.
ployed for the primary work of t!..
The county road conynis-ior.i
h;;vr :it last established a much pec,:
ed public read leading from the
highway near Oak Orovo churcl.
the ropii U adir-g from Lake Toxaw.--..
ii'Pi ('. -.u-. r r :.. tip.- : p of . r
.'.':.. r .fp'go.
W. B. IleiHu ; and family pp..;
a "flying trip" to Greenville coup,
last Sunday fer ;. few hourl vis:
-nd friend: ip tip.
i tu-y r. j
out i i; ;.
t.:.;:e:! .Mats liiH College. is now
:r-pp for the summer vacation. Si.i
e-:; c. p to return to .Mars Hill at ;1p
op; pitpf of th-p . rhool next fall. S:u
- t .ii. ot i..!e i .
e p.. rice mat the housewives o.
Xew- Y p-k fl c-jptly institute 1 a b.-
nki agriinst tite venders of sugp.- be
enure of ti:e utircasop;ii'y !::;
pr.u' ot .hat '.uece.-sary kixu'-y." re
-u It ing i:i the lowering of the priei
of re.i" 1 to p -2 epkr O.
Pr i f t P .p. r- -.vhi.d: he wot :
'vr ed in, . str-.-v ; parade were thr-.
wo".:s : "Suprr p: .es w ill net ki..
'f you foP tip H .urewive-;' Fight."
YVe hone tie f.gip -.v:!l be i- .pp p.
until the hi'th t;.i'i!f on sugar re
moved and 'he sugar trusts "busted."
Our h.st .iep.e-al Assembly fpilp.
to "s-trin .--ecrei-v from the oner;. tier-
of the Ivu Klu Kl;:n and compel it
obedience to law." The outrag.
committed by members of the Kir;
in Robeson county in this ptadc- and
in other localities are enough to
make one's blood run cold and cause
thinking people to feel that our state
Senate failed to perform its full duty
when it refused to cooperate with
the House in the passage of a bill to
unmask the Kluxers.
We hope that "every day in ever;,
way" the News will get better am!
TO CALL PASTOR
The members of the Brevard Bap
tist Church are requested to be pre-,
sent Sunday, May i:L and take par:
in the call of a pastor. Every nie.v.
ber is urged to be present.
There will also ho pre.ubh.g
vices at 11 o'clc-r::.