"OPPORTUNITIES EMPIRE", NATURAL RESOURCES FOR LOCATING INDUSTRIES
yi KAJNb Y L V AJN1A,
Exponent of Brevard
The Aim Is Frank
ness and Sincerity.
FOR THE CAUSE THAT LACKS ASSISTANCE, 'GAINST THE WRONGS THAT NEED RESISTANCE. FOR THE FUTURE IN THE DISTANCE AND THE GOOD THAT WE CAN DO
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1923.
NEW CAFE TO
BE OPEN SOON
R. W. EVERETT,S
CATTLE WIN PRIZE
" Misses Annie and Wilda Walton,
Grace James, and Lonnie Chatfield
were in AsheviHe, N. C, last week.
Miss Edna Aiken who has been
visiting her parents at Brevard, has
returned to Rosman.
Mrs. A. O. Kitchen entertained
with a Halloween party on last Wed
nesday night. The house was beau
tifully decorated with autumn
leaves, candles were used in profus- J
ion, spooks were present, various
games were played, delicious re
freshments were served a number
of guests enjoyed the hospitality of
Mrs. Kitchen. Music for the occa
sion was furnished by a string
Miss Grace James spent the week
end at Davidson College.
Mrs. Leslie Owens has returned
after r.n extended .visit to relatives i
at Shelby. N. C.
Miss Fay Wingo of Inmar.. S. C, I
:t ing friends in Rosman. !
Miss Neil Allen who has been se- j
riouslv ill t
:-ome vime is again
on duty : s teacher.
IV. A. C. Current
"Winchester made a trip to Iredreli
county last week.
wi'ii ;: birthday
it onte-taincd t
y on j: run-woe
r.irrt. . . rv.i-c e, young '-'.
r.;oyed the nccr.-io:.
Crab Whdm ire is ereefi-y a :i"
labc"shoo at an c ::rly dine. The :.t.vcs.
lumber F r.ov.- being p-are i v. lot . j While In- hr.s fr.Ue-.i as the ':
Mr. a::.l M's. Ilicc- and son. G..:r- j cf I'.r.timn ami gum- to be numb
-,. vV-:;- voHtiviM i-i Rosvan. i with ikoe thai rt vcr return.
Mi res Noma Chapman and Dora .
Recce w. re in Rosman or. Friday o.'
last v. re.;. !
Wal'er Whitmir,. who has been in ,
!Or : O
I liar. Goal Ful:bri-h
has be; u vir i t -rr. he
t . . isra.e
iter lat ek.
Miss F.c ba Kitc!ie;-, spent th" weelc
end with her aunt. iiF's. W. K. Shim
man, at Ilrevard.
L. P. Wih-an who has "Hue" is
There.. lore R.wi wa an A-hcviiie
visitor last week.
Mrs. Leonard ftaton was a Dre
var i V'sit.or bv:t w-
Pom io Mr. and Mrs. R :;:;-:'
Rice :. (laughter.
T-ir. ami Mrs. Erne'-t Paxton an 1
children vote in Ashevilie iast Sat
urday. Mi DoIIie Galloway had an at
tack of tonsiliiis last ve-?k.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster ov Ash -viile.
are visiting the latter.; sister. Mrs.
J. E. White.
Paul Prooks of Culvert, was in
"0r ! Incf I'.-criV
nf-.i,,',. T?rw.v.-.n have J3rain
j i-r.'ii. no' ' -w .
moved here. We are glad to have union wore born four children, r.-.e
them with us again. " rmd three dau-ht-rs. God bhss
Wiilie Daniels has accepted a od him to see all of tnem grown bc
position at Greensboro, N .C., leav- fore he was called from life to the
in- for that place last week. fircat beyond. But r.ov; he is gone
: no more to be with -js here, never
LARGE EARS OF CORN.
Mr. Jim Necly has sent to "The
Brevard News" Office a sample of
corn. The ears weigh 22 1-8
ounces. G2 2-9 ears will make a
bushel. Who can beat this for corn?
Don't all speak at- once. j
AT THE ENGLAND HOME.
Tuesday, November 27, ihe Ladies
of the Mehodist church will have a
sale of fancy articles and good eats. ,
-3-0 to 10.
NEWS OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ,
A Congregational meeting of St. i
Philip's Episcopal church was held at
the Rectory on Thursday evening,
November 1, J923.
Many members were present. It
was unanimously decided to organ
ize St. Philips into a parish. This
church has been a Mission ever since
its organization in Brevard. This ac
tion will be decided upon at the
convention next January 24, 1924.
Election of the Vestrymen took
place and is composed of the fol
lowing: Dr. Wallis, G. E. Lathrop,
H. V. Swedberg, W. E. Breese, D.
G. Ward, J. S. Bromfield and Mr.
"In The Land of Waterfalls."
Mammoth Dining Rooms to be Open
by November 20, In McMinn
The Store Building recently oc
cupied by the city Market in the
McMinn Building on Main Street, is
being completely remodeled.
Gus Roman, proprietor of the
New York Cafe, and Charles Val-
sar.e have formed a partnership and
expect to have one of the finest
Dining Rooms in Western North
About four thousand dollar:; worth
of fixtures with an extra large stock
of Restaurant canned goods, etr., has
already been put in.
The new Central Cafe will be
very attractive, sanitary and up-to-date
in every respect, and the pro-
prictors stress the fact that it will
be for Lacb'es and Gentlemen. This
r.cw business enterprise will be a
valuable addition !.." Idevard'
p!cndid , buimess district.
IN MEMORY OF JOHN LUTHER
On September 2.1th, 102:1. the
scat ar.d Supreme Ruler of the
universe r.as. m all wise a.:;.! .nnnito
! wisdom, remove
dov.i rrruivf"! fror.-. nor mi a-.
.id co: nruui
eh.i as he
gbuV.l of : .'.
do : ir
1 .;t l :''!.'
ay. e :. t
U-av; - ';-f '"'hind thai vid livt
''" 1 '' rumiory of those h:::
-' u son of Mr. an.
o.t yc:irr oi
! rem- 1 . r
.'.-I T 1 ; . -
.'11 V, l!"
-. : ; : h.vei
v; w-r had
;o and 1ar -.
)',' i r : re i re ' r
public ob.ee tr.a; no iV.l-Tht '-res
e- - for .d r.:-" ' " ' Ut 1 d .e , I t )
'u-'; cider t. t; "r:-; t o-- Tb
or mod to v alir.r ;.i:.t ti;e ( -rirr
'lie cars was or " of tin- greater"
;y:-;di"":t ieu vr- he ". " ' .r ir is. -i '"
vc-rk. I;' we choose v: ts.n r' " a
rayow. r'ean rc.;;" !: e. ;riiii.i;v
ri out 0"H".-e:r.' -. o- v;r cur
; . " iii... f.vo :...!:
rich our hv ; b v
: 1 e
v a -
bless;!; to . ( h sis t P.ved
life and v.ilh w- to vlnu-e the glory
of th.- ere- - w'th hi-n. lut fev; re-sr-ouds
to the call. Facie Jo tin war
o::e 01 t no
. no ne-' ;ed
a a ! t a -frienciiy
: o: .
oo, and no t nt
V. JH : i t P. !
euoy. man. in n:r near
there was no roar
or1" 0f yrror. :'.
to hold Fne mem
About, f.ftv years ago he ch
life coranar.ion Miss
I.V. HOW OCCeaSfCl
To this hanuy
shall we again experience the toticii
of that loving hand beneath his
sunny smiles. Let those of us who
have been the happy recipient of
his deeds and kindness pause at
memories altar with fiowers of love
and affection for this beloved friend,
May we render our deepest sympa-
thy and mingle our tears with those ; Thjs dosed the features for the eve
of the bereaved. He leaves a wife, ' rung.
ton and two daughters to mourn 1 y.'e realized the sum of $80.00
their loss. At his request his re-
mains were laid beside his daughter,
Miss Pearl Gillespie, who passed
away Jan. 21, 1911, and whose re
mains had already been laid to rest
in East Fork Cemetery. He was a
member of the Methodist Church of
ast Fork for many years and did
all he could for the advancement of
te church, but with the strong evi
dence he left behind he is resting
beneath the arms of Jesus and if it
be our happy lot to reach that city
of Gold when we walk down the
streets of deliverance we will meet
Uncle John there.
'Tis true that all who knew him
Will always mourn their loss
But all must have their sorrow
And all must bear the cross.
It was sad farewell our hearts all
The splendid herd of Thorough
bred cattle owned by R. W.Everett
have been brought back to Enga
A string of Ribbons, sixty foot
long, was "won during the Pilgrimage
to the different State Fairs.
Pride of Engadine, a young calf,
was Junior Champion at all the
Fairs shown and was Grand Cham
pion at Columbia, S. 0.
Maxwcllton won Senior Cham
pion at Columbia, S. C.
Engadine, Mildred, 2nd, v:m
Champion at Nashville, Tenn.; A;
Uinta, Ga.; Raleigh, N. C.; Colum
bia, S. C. ; and Grand Champion at
Spartanburg, S. C.
The herd cons! -tod of eight short
hosn. Th; y had hei .Is in competition
fvom Virginia. Yiscom in ; Tcnnc-.-rco
Kentucky, Sou Fa and North Caro
The ye:.- if23 was. the best win
ning year ewr known by 11. W.Ev
erett. Truly Engadine farm has not only
nut Western North Carolina m the
top rim: as the homo of America's
greatest country "for breeding Hv
rough'nvd cattle, but lias a '-rain (le
mon si rated that Transylvania coun
ty lea Is cverv otin-r count v. We a .
!y proud ot stic.i
- A i lwjj.. . t .s .
r'r.d to ;ai!i.)ii:!rc :'.v.
. Slo-i:; of Sparts;.; ,ur.
:. as-eriat.s will ;i:
O 1 .
;- So.'jd;, . Kv: rybo-iy :': e co. - I
:)W i'-it-'d ! in -. r.t at t'- !
;t B. '.pti.-l 'i'.;:rch t. liear th.i.- !
ti:i'rn:u d s;""( r. at iif.man. 1
; Hailcveen party a
.aue i o
- ay sc hook
The sei:o:d ga.ve ar into; cui-v
"grr.ni Nov. 2. observing Arbo
in its ftvlest. 'the y.ro:: ram .va.
rial ! n t e r. . ; i r. a:rj e-:. ;.'e;! :o- a!'
r. ert. T'.ei cure t ite Hardin..
A in v.b.ich eve-e i idbl heit-e i by
r. -.w !::r. arsi.sd a.--J tnr.r.vin t ir j
ar ;f.d. :.l dirt.
iry oc io.-1; the '. ised ga"'e- ;
i;. .' -r! i I ..b. ,-.v, e i pa -ty
Th i.-r.e ,a - dv e orate ! . ith beut;
d" d fa : ! -ye : did", r :r
' ; - - :;r we're Ii:'!K (i da-ko
'art et-ar. G "iv. d we re s
i -md:;,- dart dsr arotim! is
re: -. ! -.
Gn er.t"i in.g the bui'riin
l-nodi h Id the Living
di cdet i '
vrhi- I: cr;a;: d r.i.ich fun. Ther
csmu- the Sim; -re Tvdn and Id;a
'L :!: -v. enth wife, hich created
as v-.:v:h cur:oity an ! interest
Foi cum- toiling, bobbin r for ap
ples, and the fish pond were noted
"eat;-"; s of t!ie evening.
I r.i'o. came
k. all L-v-
by- to get in front of the middle
r.aa ! fore he cireppe i the broom
The cake goIn.tr to the couple that
:he i room fell in front cf, Mr. and
Mrs. Fell being the winners.
The contort fcr the pics create;!
much fun. They were sold one cent
a pound for every pcund the girl
weighed, plus the sum that was bid
on them. The contest for the
prettiest girl created much interest.
: Miss Edna Norton and Georgia
j Dalton being the contestants. Miss
; Walton winning the box of candy.
which goes toward paying for a
basket ball and the work done on
tfte court and purchasing a library.
which we hope to have real soon.
Best wishes to "The News."
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING
There will be a mass meeting of
the Democratic Women of Transyl
vania in the court house Saturday,
November 10, at 2:30. A very in
teresting program has been planned.
TK Automobile. Sewin.fi- Machine
. r 1. 1 1 1 , r- . ,
and len uouar uoia rie:e v-omeai
will be decided on Monday, Novem
ber 12, at twelve o'clock Noon Not
To the ones who are gone to rest
But in our hearts let's understand
"That God doth all things best."
E. D. Randolph.
To the Sheriff of Transylvania
County, you are hereby commanded
to summons the following names of
Jurors to serve at the November
Term of Superior Court of Transyl
vania County, beginning Novem
ber 26, 1923:
W. II. Harris
John A. Owen
Geo. R. Merrcll
A. C. Surrett
J. A. Lyday
J. II . Morgan
J. II. Reid
R. C. Harrison
J. E. hoftis
J. A .McCrary
J. P. Deaver
J. A. Ery: on
J. C. Ga.I'oway. Si
W. .7. Owen
W. 11. Sen tell
F. P. S!e ige
J. If. idc''ier:r...
!!. I..s And.r
oLe-t L. ?vb. . u ii
I B. Carr
G. I!. S! man
doe PI. ..i . Jr.
U. . Daiant
O. Frank Fall
I). C. Scrugtrs
F. c'. Fry. on
V. O. Galloway
T. T. Foft is
i.i. , i
N. Kit riie
J. ( . V.". d.o.v
F. !:. lie: dr.
11. Ik Graveiy
V. IF Owcnby
Y. J. Mce'rary
.(.;-!. on McCail
Ar'.hur Sen: ell
W. S. Lankfcrd
I). H. Orr
W. S. Taylor
J. A. FFNv
W. G. Mr'ddl
J. F. Morris
J. F. Calloway
Geo. A. Miller
A. J. Foor
J. M. Fatten
F. .E B. Jenkins
G. W. MeGaha
C. R. Sharp
J. J. Fatten
J. M. Barton
B. P. Thomas
F. Y. Willbanks
Milon N. Nicholson
W. E. Sitton
E. L. Galloway
J. II. Parker
J. L. Kilpatrick
D. M. Reynolds
G. W. Whitmirc
A. P. Nicholson
S. H. Gillespie.
The merchants of Brevard have
assuredly very attractive winJowr
and nothing adds so much to the ap
pearance of a town's shopping dis
trict as c-xpertly trimmed windows.
After admiring the different win
dows about town this week we were
: .. t .it.i.l I- -i - - It il -l ' -T . Oi
. as;i;cuuij auuaKu u.- t.v
cally arranged windows in our local
drug stores. It shows progressive
ness and is convincing proof that
the managers are wide-awake busi
ness men and are to be congratu
lated. "In The Land of Waterfalls."
Raleigh, N. C., .November
North Carolina cotton
happy. The price of the fleecy
staple has advanced to thirty cents
a pound and the farmers win rais
ed a big cotton crop this year find:
himself "in clover." Th.' farmer:
of other cotton states are less for
tunate. The ravages of the bob
weevil .has reduce:', production in
nearly all other southern state
more than in North Carolina whose
crop this year is seventy per cent
normal. Despite the exodus of ap
proximately 2 5,000 negroes from
the State to northern "industrial -renters
duriiv the year. North Cars
iina has produced more than a mil
iion hales, the valv.e of wMrh ir or
tir.iaied to be s 142,')00.0'-u. La
vear's production was ;io2,0tjj bah
The State this year ha.-, reached
,1ew hiirh levels ir. the j-routu'tion o
its princip il mor.'-y crop, ranking
second only to Texas, which Gover
nor Bickett used to say is not ;
state, anyway, but an empire. The
Texas crip for "-2:1 is estimated
to do t.ov'iMtii!' nates. , or :, per Morida to ,urad tne w
cent normal. The boll weevil did 1 he want-d to -o whU t
r.ot oix rate to an appreciable cw
tent in Yir-'ima who:- e crop i c::d
'. -vc-lve per ce;.-. below norma'., wi.
a portion ; f .: b . , -.
'i i e : ; y:v i
r.:: :: e:7 r. :.r.,rad .i . ' s -
ing the r.r c-!'
odo.d br. ;
i: 'at:' re
i a i ;
. . e . as.
!:er v :ca
t be. lei)
! r; -!t-tice S'.a. v rr
I : ;::::-; of thy ;. r
rb V,"ar-n. b-rri r :.:
; State De'n.iie -atir E.--c
1 rnittev. was a strong c-
tne va; ancy car.-: d l.y
i Justice W. R. Ad. u ",
j formidable rival yo-.v i.
o'f former Ju b.re H.
-e:-i ies iii tae same.
' iui n ran ar u:ri.;te
:d rt-y, hie vrimary ;
r.e : .u.,-
'::. '.ice Fr iwn'r ivt'ra' am
- :.::'. is: the race. His
'aim the Ntwbrrn. bar i ; t.vngl.
b: land him for the posifio:: r.ov
hold by Justice Stacy, lis even
of a vacancy.
J. E. Sawyer, supei'dscr of mo
tor registration, will refund, t , a!
who paid r?l.dO for reristi ati.-a c
titles to motor cars SI. 00 of the
amount, in accordance with a rul
ing of the Attorney General's office
that 50 cents is the maximum
amount that can legally be charged
for such registration. The m:rc
tary of State, in a letter to s'.r.
Sawyer, point:; out that, the authors
of the motor registration bill, pass- j 'Baby Bonds' " added the post
ed at the last session of the Gen- i master.
era! Assembly, have called the mat
ter to his attention stating .hat it
was not their intention to rec.uire
$1.50 for the service. So that only
fifty cents can be collected for cer
tificate of title and the affixing of
the special seal thereto. A lot cf
folks feel that the general and
special taxes on motor vehicles is
already high enough.
COPIES OF "THE NEWS."
We will amply compensate any
one delivering the following copies
of "The Brevard News:" January G
1922; January 27, 1922; February
10, 1922; February 17, 1922; June
00, 1922; December 1, 1922; Feb
ruary 23, 1923. "Brevard News."
Wm. A. Band k made a business
trip to AsheviHe this week.
May Erect New School Building at
An Early Date.
The' county board of edui.utb, i
met in Regular session last Monday
to transact the regular " 'bus:ne.
pertaining to that o ce.
The board approved the sale of
the old school house at Laurel Crc-W
which had been made during ths
last month by the chairman and sec
retary. The house was sold to R. R.
Lee of the Laurel Creek eonim unit;. .
An order was made by the board
authorizing the chairman and sec
retary to borrow against the bu.i'rel
?2.-,00C to pay the alaries of teach
ers and. meet other current school ..-
pc-nser until the
sh r:!f a;i e
io taxes aid pa ir,io tr.e traes.ir-
scho(d fund, to meet di'-sc cxpenst ;
Willie V. Galloway had on file y
resignation ridib;;:- driver v
school dir ,-i-t N.. 2. G loaches'. -township,
to tr.ke elTi ; : as soon
a sucie-ssor couid re securs
f ; . i1: - r
position. I L- : fated lira
and mother were exs.t e. '
t.) er t
ts, a, rear m !. w
In)sition. Th'- !
r : . : -i !
Herb-, it id--rs.
An si : ilea' !(.;
S.'. - Ja ,.
.a -ign h'
il . -
t a r i .'('; :() a of !d d sy-Miei
ing in Fm '. ;,'-d. ." , ir :
Rr : rrd. If t'--. 1-, ..a applie .
b.r dr. - -. . .e,:-:.i. ;,rr
mc-nts wiii P. --y. r: aa eai-ly
(o bee'n t". v. orb of ; recti?);
!U'W hi' - h srlr d 1 1 1 i : r g.
a! ; r'-ii.- d. i .. -L'm'trd
i ' !-.' ee,u sarativel
-r:sT bur- . '.or of "dr uudiui i-- F-.
' -avian's -eerti:
c-ates," accordiiig t. a :-ta.em.u
made by the local potma--'c:
The sale of thu se ca-iif.cate-. . t
the amoiuu of :::.0.(iiH). so! i.r.r.u;. .
ly --.il: u.:d-.e this no ,ddr. The.
cei lidcati. : ar.- is ued i:i rcecc'dc-:
der. orr d;at:ons eo' 2 ' , i U '. an
i ; , , . ,.
i 1 . ''o'wo, o:
'id. res p-ei't :
i reach of F;
; ;. 'i'hev
s. bu i.u.y
opti'it (d' th
tune, at vaF
; . ; : 1 ti i
rut is serieu;
enju as far as
:-ut the- ; y, i.
of m-x'-: rr.!1 1
dc ei::" ! at t!:r
chaser, a; any
f million- of d. .ll u
'tmnuaiiy throu.-ii jtct-rich-schei.-T.
and un -otind financial eatu"e.
which fle-eee t!:ou ands of their sav-b-gr,
br c.lTc ring to the public as.
abroiutely safe investmeuu hfn v
Treasury sa rings certificates.
The local postmaster is the au
thorized agent for the sale of these
certificate's and invites the publi"
to visit the postoflice at any tim--for
information concerning them.
"There is no excuse for lass i..
foolish investments when, the publi
is fully informed concerning the at
tractive features and absolute safe
ty involved in the purchase of the..
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express to ou:
friends and neighbors who did se
much to assist us during the recent
illness and death of our mother and
grand-motuer, Mrs. W. P. Galloway,
the sincere thanks and appreciation
of the entire family, both children
and grand-children, and pray that,
if it be possible, they may be spared
the agony of having to watch, help
lessly, by the bedside of their loved
ones while death grasps them in h'v
icy embrace and carries them away
into the great unknown.
Nov. 7, 1923.
W. E. Breese has returned from
a business trip to Cincinnatti, Ohio,
and other Northern points.