'?? ? ? . ;r : vy- / OTgg ft . : :? - Jfut:
The Brevard rWs li
a $1.50 PER YEAR
PK?i' !? ?(? ??' "?k , -K . ' ?
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It J. W. BAILEY
. FRIDAY? APRIL 4th, 1924. . .
Modern Facilities For
' ^232 ' "7 ? ? ? ? ? VI
Baleigh, n C-, March 31 ? "Ral
pigh is oyi ?' religious spree", re-'
maAced ore of the local pastors at
.the Mattj-Bamaay; tabernacle on Sat
urday morning at the conclusion? of
a service given over wholly to testi
monials related by hew converts,
iworcs of 'whom spoke feelingly of
the' results their praysrshad had In 1
saving themselves <?' ??d others; of
what the revival had dona for them
'an&lof the good things they %re,con
fidertly expecting before the meet
ings , close The^ testimonies came
from small boys and girls, thosfe in
their teerto, from young men and
women, those in middle-Jafe, and ,
Wre .and wom?^n of piature :
The evangelist intended to '
>te only, a few mlTutee to this
* re of the service, but the spirit
? e . occasion .swept rapidly birtsr
f assemblage with such force that"
? ?ffort to check it was attempted.
Interest in the revival is more
pronounced (than at any time S'hce
4he meetings started seven weeks
>ractically every character have
ied .their doors for prayer ser
l*es These irclude department
cotton t&ifis, pool rbprtrt, etc . And
this is not ai. - The evangelistic
' ' akdlraM KftVa "invaded". state a'l"
.nmn wave "invaded"' state admin
tetragon circles and warned, sinners ..
to' flee the wrath to come. On invfq
tatation of governor Morrison A "
?ayer meeting was held at the Mar
Following this came _ services
e State Departments Juildlng,
lUtotnobile License Department,
' " ly .fcommission . and
the bond ^jelling
the Odd Fellow* build
. &bilentih?ltt btf We*
Clasence B. Mitchell,
chairman of $he campaign,
presented With a handsome sil
ver service lad congratulated on his
fine work. M. L. Shipman -Was liail
ed a^ chairman 6t the championship
> team , reporting the largest amount
V;<* subscriptions; $18,800^ . Awards
for good work were made to h'm and
to 3< M. Little and J. M. Foster. It
?Wei na small acbievemert to raise
it needs4 to complete the
_sgan'" months ago by the
>ws. Btit after the matter
civic proposition' all doabt
the edifice was dispel
ids subscribed for the
tbfeneed for the build
wvyie apjparea*, ana mfiny
-' foe movement as ar ap
of the enterprise shown
d Fellows, in starting *uch
- ..jpendous undertaking. Victory
is sweet when it costs su?h hard
% wbtk. It was a hard .pall, but every
on^^Mio participated In the cam
paign, ;fcela, good.6 v- worth
fi~. *&&& ;i
The State Board of Elections was
in sessi^fi here or Saturday work- 1
ing out plans for the primary - cam- '
" ' " *-* i
Ralph Fisher made an interesting
talk att the Baptirt Church Sunday
H. jjjcholion ? is visiting:
ip South Carolina this
Shipman and wife visited
Mrs. Alvoidv Kttchers last
> . , A \
"bobbin mill here and it Is already
in operation. l' "Betsy"* *?
Mrs. J. R. Meece of Pickens, S.
C., visited friends and relatives here
.last week. ? " '
Miss Kathleen Bryant has accep
' te*i a position in the Gloucester lum
ber eO. store. ,
'? * Mr. and Mrs. Zeb 8tr<mp have
bioved into their new home.
?*' Mr. and Mrs. Jim QroV visited
their daughter Mrs. Mae Gantt Sat
r urday right,
2 Rev. Truitt of Calvert p Beached
at tVe Baptis Church last Sunday.
Misses Ila and Olive Nicholson
are at home having; closed their
schools last week.
Mr. and "Mrs. Kitchens, Dollie Gal
loway, and Reba Kitchens and Mr1-.
Eck Simtns attended' the show at
Brevard Fridny night.
Mr. Ed Talley and Miss Mildred
Pcnce were happily married one
night last week.
Miss Lola Owens is at home after
closing her school.
Tis 'J> ..
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Under the Democratic plar of or
ganisation,. and pursuant to the re
solution adopted by the State( Dem
ocratic , Executive Committee, the
organization ipjeettngs of the Dem
ocratic Party in Transylvania county
will be held as follows:
? F^recinct meetings will be
held in every voting, precirct in Tra
nsylvania County on Saturday, Ap
ril 6th, at 2:00 o'clock P, M, at.
Which said me'etings delegates to the
County Convention will be elected,
there will also be chosen a precinct
Committee and delegates to the
On^atvrday, April 12th, at 12:00
o'clock the County Convention will
be held in -the Court House for the
purpose of' electing delegates to the
State Convention, will be elected.
The State Convention will be held
In . Raleigh or Thursday, April 17th,
The meetings to be held, on Satyr- .
day, April 12th, 9 in each precinct, ?
*re very ' important and every Dem
acrut is earnestly requested to be
present and participate at these pre
cinct meetings whfch will be held fn
aach precinct at , the poling 'or vot
irg. place at which the last general
election was held.
. The Democratic ? Party, cannot^ auc
:eed unless it has a good, live organ
zation , and the ' precinct ' organiza
tion is the fpun^ation for all work
lone in the Conntv and in the State.
Please let all Democrattrhoth raer
ind women be present at 2:00. o'- '
:lock promptly on Saturday, April
Sth^ and take part in these meeings,
io ha we can secure a good repre
sentative, hardworking organization,
Various other matters will be dis
:usaed at the precinct meeting.
.The precinct meeting ' ard the
bounty Convention above mentloh
sd< have nothing to do With the
mminatiOn of -a*y State,
bounty, or Township officers and it
s orly for the purpose of organisa
The Primaries at which the nom
necs aro named will be held, under
he State wide Primary Law during
fane. . v. , - 1
Let every Democrat be ?prenept '
in Saturday next. v'. -
W. E. BREESE, County Chair. wr
MARTHA BOSWELL, ^?*et. 7.
? MINSTREL sgityw*/'
The Minstrel Show to Ije givpn by
the B0y Scouts wilj be pft-Ifriday,
kpril 11, at the High School ^Audi- ?'
torium. Watch for further. ilo^ca. <'
rhe boys expect totffive.ua.ponife1 1
thing, good".. ? *' .
SPECIAL SERVICES AT BAPTIST '
. On Next Wednesday Ni(fWt ".the 9\ ,
?f April, Rev. A. &? IJapjby, . Assoc
iate Secretary of ijiwionfcfeifNV &
Baptists will be 0>e %:eV^rd 'Bap
ti rt Church with ' sqtpg -otftef -Wwrksr.
they are to hold 's^cia! ^."tadirvices
that night< and .thmugh' Thursday
morning in the "mttest.^Ufcke'.AB
million campaign. ib'frbt'h
It ia hoped
from every church in Vfffe .
will be presentvmu^- Am
please call attWto^
School and church .to .
attend. It is $9* ? t ,_p u \
association has thi?;'o<ijp0Mo^y fa Pff
we ought to make use Xq' .V
On the Wednesda^pi^frt
Mr. E. L. Middldton. SU^Aas -Bchoo't
Secretary of N- C-wfyh' Mr BftmeU
field worker will -be here also# On.
the 17 they WHJJ .be. at, Mt Moriab..
on the 18 they vill Be at- Pisg*h' and
Enon. Go to th,e nearest place and
hear these men who know Surda'v
school work. It will be of prr
help'tovyou in your work at home
ANOTHfeR NEW BUILDING FOR
F. D. Clement and J. S Bromfleld
have purchased the Jenkins lot on
?the south west corner of Main and
Caldwell Streets, now occupied by
A modern ground floor p:cturc
theatre will be erected here with a j
seating capacity of 500. Plans will i
be completed in a few days ard this j
<-o-t-"-t ~-i'1 soon be let for a thea
tre of which Brevard will be proud. I
Mvl'r Tl-'-o- rf Charleston. K |
C., spent severnl days this week i"
town in the c.terest of ramp Fror.ch
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Whitnvre of
Asheville spent Tuesday in Brevard.
A BIG SUBURBAN DEVELOP
. " MENTt
? Mr, C C. Yongue, who purchased
the J M. Hamlin property about two
miles from Brevard on the Stati
Highway early in (February sold 236
acres of' land to a "syndicate compos
ed of 8 M. MacFie, J. H Tinsley.'J.
8 Bromfield, T W W-hitmJre, Thoa.
H. Shipman and retained an intereqf
for himself. *
It is'Hhe purpose of these gentle
men to form a corporator that will
be known a sthe Kagle Heights, Inc.
for the purpose of developing a fine
residential section. They own Homp
thing like five thousand feet frotft
on the .hard surfaced road. There
are a number of beautiful knolls, ail
of which will mean nice building
sites. , . \
They will put in a first class waf
er system and when the lots are so\d
the owners will have the benefit of
using the splendid water that will
be carried in by the back of each
lot alon^ thfe road. ' They have al
ready put a' crew, of men. to ?york
and will immediately begin to Im
prove the property that is now Un
der cultivation,, seeding down se
venty acres so that buildirtg sites a
long the. road will all "front a grefn
meadow for more, than a.mfle. \
This project means much for the
future' growth of Brevard
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DEATH OF MISS MARY JUSTtft.
Following ar ' illhese of. nearly
four vjeeks, Miss Mary Justus died
at her ;1tome near Brerard, Satur
day, > March 8, 1924, and Waa buried
at Cathay's Creek cemetery the fol
lowing Sunday afternoon. Funeral
services were conducted by the Meth
odist -pastor at the Selica Methodist
Miss Mary waa the second of eight
daughters of Mr. G. F. and Rebecca
Justus, and, 'was. bom July 6, 1860
being ^at the 'time of her death aiaty
threb' years of age, ni
She had '.been.. *i#e*ot?d merjber , '
of the Methodist; Church for over
forty-^ive years. All her' life was
spent in faithful service for others
of the family, .being a great comfort
to her parerts in their last years!
? Surviving are two brothers and
flve-aljtei^i, Geo. M. and Ernest F.
Jtfstup^of ,?revard/ Mrsc P. A. Mor
-and Susanr ' Morgan of
Cherryfieid, N.? CP, Mrs. j. A. Mull
of. (Seliea, Ni-C.',' Mp.Hattie Lank
ford of Grt'to^flle/lJ.^C., and Mrs.
A. A. BmdgRs'of Etowah, N. C.
FIRST- GAME OF
' 'ii v 4
think the subject of
Golf lp;0ea(3,' or at least sleeping, in
^raRMtj; it will '^ome as a surprise to
ri'^'^hat thW.-gaKie jwill be played
here fle^'Mondey ^nd Tuesday,
April 7 and 8r"'f>
It behooves tur all; to-.. be on hand.
We, clqr't kn<Sw whether the "Coun
try Club is to be an exclusive or
ganization or not. We opine it will
include apy and all- who come across
with the necesaary cash. There
fore ^w,e should all' learn the lang
uage, and know a brasaie from a ni
block.nnd a' bunker from a hazard,
i- Th^^eame Will. be played at the
Auditohum' by "the Champion Gere
Sarazen. *' . . ,
. Cato said VDelenda est Carthago."
Brev?rd says, "We tnust~have golf."
. . We will, ?
ECK WITHDRAWS FROM THE
.?* ' RACE: . '
V'- ? ' ' ! *
After due consideration and for
the purpose of furthering harmony
in the Democratic party I have de
cided to withdraw my name as a
candidate for Sheriff, with the ex
fah*?rwrf8Srstnnd:ng that I am with
drawing in favor of no man. With
best wishes to all candidates and the
assurarce that I will be heart and
coul for the man nominated in the
Democratic primary. I am, yours
truly, ECK SIMS.
Mr and Mrs. Wm Ray of Toxa
way spent Thursday in Brevard.
Miss Marparurite Moore was a
Asheville visitor on Saturday.
W. W. Candler, Jr. an attorney
of Asheville spent several days in
Brevard this, week on business ard
was the puest of h a uncle J. E. Clay
ton while here.
Dr. Todd,' proprietor of tHe Frank
lin Hotel, spent several days in town
the f.rct of the week.
Mr. and Mrs, C. E T,owe spen*
Sunday in Rutherfordton with
Mrs. Bessie ? McCarter of Cherry -
field was shoppine in town Tuesday.
ROADS ARE .
The short avticle which appeared
in the Brevard News' of week before
last, to which Mr. Reid, the road
Supervisor took exception was not
written for any political purpose or
personal ermity. I asked the ques
tion, whether it was the road law or
road supervisor that was tp blarjie
for thp impassable places in our
leading; roads, and stayed impassible
for weeks at a time. If we ai^|>
the law to be allright, then it nictot
be the superyiacSr^vjieglect. We
must all adn)|pj^]BBL _ had a cold
winter with iff^e r?ln-:fjj|n<l some
snow since "nbout March,
and. that dirt roads cmhot be kepi
in perfect conditior through the win
ter but they can be kept passable
for a 'very few dollars, perhaps a
load of gravel at the proper time
will repair" a place when if' neglected
for a. month or two,^ltf"may cost a
hyndrd dollars to tftipair it,"' not con
sidering the autoi/obiles
that have been stttcfc 'in sugh im
passable placls. r 1
Our Supervisor tells us .that $8,
000.00 is all the money , we have io'
roads and that since the first of the
year he has not been able- to do
mucf? or the roadq until recently,
but the money appears to go all the
same. He gete $1,800.00 a yew
and ^ix horses to feed, and I suppose
a' man to feed them, willcoat approx j
imately eight dollars a day v/he^ier
they work or not. 865 days^M.!
eight dollars a day will cost- $2,91?0
plus $1,800.00,' equaling $4,720.00, j
yon can readily see* that the horses '
and the supervisor will consumo
more jthan half the road money. In j
November when the roads -should !
have been crowned and fixed for the '.
winter he spert $942.48. In De
cember when he could not work be '
spent $1,606.44^ in January again
too bad to work he spent $902.89;
total for the three ny>nthe of $4,
018.19, more than the "Toad funds
was, spent when the road supervisor |
admits K was too bad to work.* You '
see' the Commissioners are going to
have to borrow money to maintgir
our/ roads. I contend- -that witn '
proper care our leading roads ccjuld
be -kept passable the year around'"
and there is no excuse for letting
them become impassable and- stay)'
that way for weeks.
E. S. ENGLISH.
.> >: *? >?. ? '? .1 ? ?? ??? ? m- -t- ?. : ? t: ?*. '? I
OLD TIME SINGING: I
Tiere will be an old - time sieg
ing' at Etowah the .first Sunday in !
May.- Beginning at ten ''o'clock, i
The old people will sing t>efore noqn, j
giving one hour for dinijpr. Thar
continue singing until three oVlock
after which the young people will
be given opportunity to sing until
five o'clock. \ ~ ??
Everybody is cordially invited to ,
come and bring well -fille4 baskets.
Misses Mabel, Nejl^ard"' Margaret
Miller, Mrs. W. M. 'Miller,' Miss ,? Kc
becca Summey and - Mr. Robert I^il
patrick motored to v Asheville 'last
Sunday. ? ?
Messrs. Verne Clepnent, Ov^rtpn
Erwin were visitors in Asheville
? Mr. M. A. C. J&linscin' of Asheville
spent the week end.. in Brevard. '?<
M*s. Jas. A. Moore ^f Plsgah For
esl was called to>?tl)e bedside of Tier
sister in Dayton, Ohio, some three
weeks ago. She. took ill herself and
was taken to the Mary. -Rutar Hos
pital for the. Insulin treatment of
Sugar Dibetus at Bellefontaine, O.
their former 'home, Mrs. Moore ir
employed at the Carr Lumber Co.
W^alter Duckworth motored to
Hendersonville or Sunday. .
Carl Moltz of Toxaway spent Sun
day in Brevard.
Mr. Frpfj Cox of Asheville is visit
rng Jimmie Sledpe for the week eni
Daniel McCall to Mary McCall.
mountain land in Gloucester.
Ralph F'sher, trustee, to B. V. Me
Gaha, 30 acres, Dunr's Rock.
T H. Shtpman to' W A. Webb, 37f
J E Harris and others to D L Enc
lish. 1 lot, Brevard.
J H Tinsley to Hinton McLeod,
camp IMahee, Cathey's Creek.
T. H. Shipman to' R C Cantrell, 1
Si M. Chapmar to Maud Pickel
simer. IS acres, Brevard township.
Rosman Realty Co., to J C Gallo
way. 1 lot. Rosman.
C M Pin ard to O M Siniard, 2 1-2
acre* P'ovarJ township.
\V R RKimsey to A L Kimsey, 56
a rmi, Dunns Rock.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS*
J. R. Bishop to Paul Jones, 2 1-2
acres, Little River Township.
J. W. Burns to Paul Jones, 1-4
acre, Little River.
D. E. Lyday to E. W Lyday and
others, 58 acres, Boyd Township.
J. B. S Mcintosh to P. ?E B Jen
kins, 1 lot, Brevard. 1
T. B. Re id to Mary M. Burgess,
2 acres, Hpgback township.
J. W.'Colney to Miss Ollie Perry,
6 acres, Cathey's ? Creek township.
Malga All:so^ to Lars Hj Alliso^,
Z parcels of land Little River town
,L. Allison to Louis Moore, 1
acre; Brevard towfifihij).'
J. C. Galloway to Charlie Crefcn,
house and . lot, Eastatoe township. ' ?
R. N. Garren to Henry, E; Garren
house and lot, Brevard ;
W H. Duckworth to I. F. ..Ship
man, 11 acres, Brevard township.'
C. N. Grimshawe to" Dr.. C Grim
shawe, mountain land, Hogback.
T. Grimshawe jto Dr. fl: Grftn
shawe, mountair land, Hogback
Mrs. "Governor Doe to Dr. C. Grim
shawe, mountain- land, Hogback
Prevton Tart:. Co. to W. L Holl
ingsworth, ). lot, Brevard. '
J. M. Hamlin to C C; Yonguc^
286 acres,. r.t'ucy'a Creek ,
Judson M^Crrry to Herschel Gar
ren, 0 lots 'on Main fit, Brevard*
B. E. Frr.dy to Judson McCrary,
1 lot- on- Cr.'. 'well St, ? Brevard.
M.t Olive1 Fir" Baptist Holiness'
Chusch, Col to R. L. Nicholson, 1
' Ber\ H. Jores 'o J.' R. Hamftn, 10
acres, Eastatoe township. ?
; Robert ' Bay jui J others to Roland
Hughes and others, large boundary
of mountain land, Little River town
ship sad Henderson County.
F. S Cramfield to Roland HugheB,
mountain land ir Transylvania and
E'r^vton Park Co.' tp W. E. Hol
lingsv.orth, 1 lot, Brevard
T. 'W. Whitmire to Ethel G. Mc
Minn, 1 lot, Brerarjl.
* T H. Shipman to I. F Shipman,
28 acres, Brevard township. ,t '
M C. McD. Ray to C B. Glatener
and others, 1 lot, Rosman !
J R. Hamlir to Ben H. Jones, 100
acres. Hogback and Gloucester
. Rbiaqd. .Owen and Frank MeCall
to T, H. Hampton, undivided intfir
est lit 134 acres, Cathey's Creek.
, Mm. L. A.'Wftl to T H Shipman 2
acres and house, Brevard
DilKe Owen to J. Frank McCall,
60 acres, Gloucester. '? ' *
X. A. Miller to H A Plummer, 1
lot, Brevard < ?? >?. ;
Daniel H. Pickelsimer to Joe Mc
Crary, bouse and lot, Little River.
'? lR. D. Ne'l to C. M Siniard, 40
acres, Brevar dtowriship.
'? L. M Gla^rer $9 A/M Collins, 1-2
acre and'.Tiouae, Eastatoe.
I F. Shipman to FV F Bagwell, -11
acres, Brevard township.
R. A Ford to Elzey, McCall, .1
&cre and house, Gloucester.
W. L 'Mull to Mitchel Holden, :
lot,.. Brevard. V." V,
Alfred Tinsley to Wales Bryp^
4 acres, "Sreqpd township.
J W. Colney to' L. L -Winchester,
2 acres, Cathey's Creek.
E. L. Crow to E. D Chastine, 100
J Frank McC^U to Wm E McCall
65 acres, Gloucester.
J. L. Whtmire to Frr"': Wh* .
mire, 21 acres, Cathey's ' -^ek
Felix Rabb to Verne L. "'err. (
60 acres, Dunn's Rock towrsh;>.
W R Kimsey to S P Verner, 2:
acres, Dunn's' Rock.
Felix Rabb to Wm. R. Warren,
2 1-2 acres, Dunn's Rock.
W R Kilpatrick to^ Ed Smith, S
1-2 acres, Little River.
Sampson A Thomas to J. W Glaz
ener, 25 acres, Eastatoe.
John H. Reid to F. S Sanders, 1
L A Neil, guardian to Victor Ra>
ter, 2 acres.
) D L Enjffsh to Herschel Garren.
1 house and lot, Gaston St, Brevarr
Herschel Garrer to P. T. Watson
30 3-4 acres, Little River.
T C Grimshawe to W. S. Gray Co*
ton mill, larpre boundary Mt land
Eastatoe. " ?
Brt-v&Yd Cotton M il to W. 9. Grn
Cotton MilT;- Brevard
Felix Rabb to B. V. MTGaha, 10
aires, Dunns Rock.
W S. Ashworth to J? A. Galloway,
acres. Brevard township.
T. H. Shipman to N. A Miller
house and lot, Brevard
J W K'lna'rick to George Browr
1 lot. Franklin Park.
C. M. Siniard to B. W Trantham
mountain lard, Brevard township
F E. Shuford to W M. Cloud, 1
, 1 ? ? .
iTHE PRAYER CORNER
Th? Temptation ojF the World.
ihou shalt not follow a multi
tude to 40 evil", Exodus 23;2. The
second great temptation which as
sails the soiil is that which come* '
from cortact with the world. It i'b
to do as others do, to copy that bad
customs of others, The many walk
along the broad w$y" that leadeth
in e8tr"ction' we are obIig?I
" ao.mo de^ee to mix with them.
We have to.live oXlr ,ivea ,n ^
midst of a world which is the enemy
? ,. Hd; 0ur Lord did not pray
that His servants should be taken
world, , but ? ,h.t "
, 'J bf. kept trom the evil; It ie
hard to live n a foreign land without
w?s of f 8PeeCh and ad?Ptfr? the
ways of foreigpers. This world i*
not the Christians true home, he is
but an exile here. Tho influence
of the worl dis like that of the
^"?'Pool .which first attracts and~ 1
^Tvithin f eVCrythinK whic^ com
es withm its power. Custom is th??
thT" ?Lthe W?rlt1, 80 "otto of
1 rTl6 1B' "f?H0W ?nd
rot be singular, or set yourself
soP^elt?rihan 0ther8; do noK ?
bo strict; and make other people
Uncomfortable; but best do a. Tthe? .
n?f 4.u e?P'C fol,ow bad custom,
not pel-haps because vthey like it, bat -
because they like it, but . Wau?
SrogS "?vthe to stand
alone, and to be singular. > It needs
a brave heart, to defy .fashion and
to go counter ta public opirion
How then ar4 w* to meet and re
nst the temptatidn of the world Let *"
ns learn from Jesna Christ in the
wilderness. Then the Devil taketh
Him up into the Holy City, arid set^
teth Him on a pinacle of the Temple*
apd salth unto Him, "If Thou be the
Sop of God, cast Thyself down; for
it is wr.tten, .^He shall give His, Ar- ,
gels charge concerning Thee. and itt
their hands they shall bear Thee up
Ier. at any tint? ^5r><v;daah Thy Xodts ' ?
against a stone. Satan hW tem
pted our Lord to commence H!s?
mission by a: startling miracle ? ?t
flight through tho air, and so at'
once secure popularity. But ?ui
Lord, who often worked miracles to-'"
miuce people to.beliove in7' Him, .
would not, in this instance do utC
Why WS. thist It war because It
woul dhave been a departure from
that path of duty which the Father
had marked out for .Him, to tread.
The angelic protection was |N only ?
promised, "to keep Thee in all Thy
^l8" . ,0 our Lord answered,
Thou shall not tempt the Lord Thy
God". "God will only keep me 4a fe.V
amidst the snares of the world when
I am in the path of driity. I eaa=
rot join in the perilous' pleasure,
pursuits and aims of the world, and
expect God to protect me from harm* '
I cannot go to places,, or be friendly
with people or read books which are '
dangerous and expeit a miracle to.''
save me from falling",
* So let me faithful to what G4l </'
has tn right me of my -duty, and pray
j give me a brave heart,
ipr.y not fear to stand 'alone. Let ' J
rr.o resolve that though all the. world '
N? against my Lord, yet not 'E ?
.. nosoever shall confess me before
f.en, him will I confess also- before;
:ny Fa(her whichia ir Heaven.
A PRAYKR: * ? ?
Almighty %nd everlasting God
Heavenly Father, enable us to with
stand the temptation of the world ?
Let us learn, from Jesad CArist i?
the wilderness, that Thou wilt only
th?VMSafv amid8t the snares
the world when we. are in the path
.r th .^J}khow^ cannot join
nnd ?? P , f Measures, pursuits .*
and aims of the world, and expect
Thee to project us f5om. h?rm Let
us not go lo placdir or be ^friendly !
with people or read books which a'm
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what Thou hast taught- us of duty.
Give us a brave heart that we may'
not fear to stand alone, though a?
the world be against onr Lord but ''''
help n, to cofess Him beforp mCTt
T?r pe..mny. confess ?? before Thee.
His Father in Heaven, nnd ?his xve
ask in His name and for His ?ak?
Amer. C. D. C
Mark Justice of Rutherfordton,
N. C., made a business trip on Moi?
dsv to Brevard
M. L. Hamilton of Little River
was a Brevard visitor on Monday.
Ba?cor G:llespie of East Fork spent.
Monday in town.
Homn Havs, a student of FruH
land Institute, spent the week end
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wood, Jr.,
spent Wednesday in Swsnnanoa.