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. PERSONALS .
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? Mr. .and Mrs.E. P. McCoy, Vf. W
j Cfqjiahorn, and T. T. Pattori were
m A?? ?ville visitors on Thursday, %ttund- 1
S* Avr the lytll game Detroit Tigers vs.
Eft .Mr?. W.' H, Harris left on Sunday
' ''fot Greenville S, C, to spftnd several
' weok? with her daughter Mrs. Oli-'
; ver Crary. ' - '?/
&?' Jack Zachary of Atlanta Ga. spe
nt the week end in Brevard with
tys parents. V ?'
* Miss Dorothy McKeo/ spent Satur
day in A<ihvilleJ(P
Ralph Duckworth, J. ' (W. Duck
E&' Worth, Grady Kiipatrick, Foy Sitton
and Dr; H. R. Walter niotored over
AsbvilJe on Thursday to see the
' ball gamoj Detroit Tigers vs. Ash
Hosey Smith of Spartanburg S. C.
?i ' spent the week encLin Brevard,, ?
Miss Dolly Carr of Ashville spent
i ' the 'week end in Pisgah Forest witb
her brother Frfknk Carr.
f,'| " Marion Galloway of Spartanburg
Si C. ? visiting' friends in town.
Mrs Sumner of 'Rock Hill; , S. C.
visiting her daughter Mrs. D. L.
t ? English; '
Tom LankforA at' Saluda N. ?G,
was visiting relatives here this
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Judge T. B. Finlfey of North Wil
' ! . ' ksboro is in Brevrad holding a two
, V^eekb term of Couttr- \
j:W> Guy Weaver/ an attorney of Ash
ville is in Brevard this \free|c attend
ing Court. ...
l' t- J. W. Bitrnett of Gr,ee'n,vijle S. C.
'it -Was business visitor on Tuesday.'
J. V. Livings tori- .of Henderton
, ville. spent Tuesday in Brevard,
Mrs. Chaa. ^Orr is spending seve
. ral ' days' in A^dlle^this week.
' John McMinn' returned, home on
Satur4ay ..from a tijonths1. visit to
Greenville C. aire spending so if a
time in Brevard. , *
M^b. J.' M' Tlirash of Davidson]
R^ver spent Thursday in. Brevarfc.-'
"V. F. Decker of Ashville^pent so
;* erpl . dfcys in town this week.
B. E. Foster, C. C. Chandler of
- of the Foster Piano Co. . of Green
yill# S. C, spent Tuesday in towhn
?on business. '
Mra. F. S.BakeV spent Wednes
day in Ashville.
Rube Lewis 'left fin 'Snnday for
jtto NT. C. after a weeks visit
mother, Mrs. F. Lewis of
_ i. W, .fa. Ducksrworth returned
? da Sunday, -from a visit to her dau
, ghter, MreJ Schytle of Ashville.
J. H. Case. of Ashville was ai
business visitor to Brevard this
Bill CrOone of Toxaway' spent
i ? Saturday in Brevard. \
'A, Emerson Eve of ' Ashville,
court reporter, is spending this
week in Brevard. - v y
H. A. Phifnmer has returned from
a 'business trip to Knoxville, ? Tenn.
T.-W. Whitmire and PAul Sma
there of * Ashville spent Mondey in
Brevard. ; ? . , . >
Mrs. Scott, returned on ^Saturday
to her honje in Tampa,- Fla. 'after
spending seven! days in Brevard
with Wr Aunt's the Misses Shipman
at the ^'Bryant House."
Wv P., Whitmire 54. of Henderson
ville spent Monday in. Brevard ' on
CJ E. Cagitrell has returned to
Brevard after spending some time
V in Toxaway.
Mr and Mrs. JF. ;L'. Baker spent
the week end in Toxaway with Mr.
and MVs. Wm. Raj\ ? ;l '1
M?". and Mrs. R. S. Schley spent
the week end in Ashville.
J. T. Mills and Avery Neil left
on Tuesday morning for ^New Mexi
i( ',co t0 accept 'a positioi) with the
Carr Lumber Co. of that place,
Mr. and Mrs. Hume Loftis of
Camden S. C. are spending a few
days in Brevard with T. T. Loftis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lowe, Guy
Lowe and Mrs. R. Bt Lyon, were
Ashville visitors on Thursday.
SALE OF CAfc?S AND CANEJJIlS.
Thcboys of'Mrs. H. A. Plummers
Sunday School clAs and the girls of
Mrs. D. P. Kil patrick's class will
* have a sale of cakes and candies at
. the Brevard Pharmacy on Saturday
April,' 19, f&r the purpose of raising
funds to buy seats for their class
rooms invjthe- new Sunday School
2 t pd.
' J FOR SALE ? Top fodder, Stack
ed. very reasonable. One mile out
sec Mrs. C. A. Shuford.
R. K. Powell '.For Register Of
I wish to announce my candidacy
for Regiter of Deeds of Transylvan
Ta County subject to the Rules and
Regulations of the Democratic Par
ty in the Primary of June.
Your vote and influence will ho
appreciated, R. K, POWELL, . M.
Rosman, N. C. * ? ?
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LITTLE RIVER NEWS
Many friends will be sorrow to
Jiear'that H, Sharpp'who underwent
at operation for appendicitis at
Stokes Hosgitql at Brevard i? slow
ly improving. '
R, S. Kilpatriek purchased recent
ly a Ford touring car.
Martin Shipmun' purchased recent
ly a Ford 'touring ear. '
Ilrniltorv Shipman has purchase;
a Fordson tractor.
J#1sg Nellie Nicholson is v^sitin
realatWee at Greenville S. C.
^NetfJ Capps of Green River sper. *
the week end with his brother, C, P
Catfps. ' , ' \
Mrs. J, L. Murill sport the week
end with realativeg at Brevard".
Floyd' Nicholson visited his bro
ther, H.' P. Nicholson last week.
9. Miss Ruth and Ralph Kilpatriek
are ill at their. homev with measles.
' Mrs, E, L. Aiken and sons, E L Jr
and Howard of Hickory are visiting
the fofrmei's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Streeter Fisher en
tertained their friends mondey night
with- a social,- those who were there:
Miss4s Rtith McCall,' Ward and Fae
Kilpatriek, Emily Orr, Lillian .Pond
er, Muril Ricklesilmur and Mfessera,
U. G. George, /- 'Mute Picklesilmer
Herbert HeaUh, and AuthM^McGrary
Vernon Gosliq; Wpodrow^fcijpatrick
and Mr. ard Mrs. Edd Mackey.
Mrs. Bessie, Allison of Greenville ?
S. CJL is visiting' her sister Mrs. Cora
Shipman. , ?, ?
Miss Lula Pattersen has returned
to her hortte at Crab Creek after |a
Visit with her sister Mrs. Henry Mc
Mrs. Edd Smith is on the sick list. ,
Miss. Julia MurriU is on the sick
Miss Alice McCall of Sellers' was
the gu&t last week of Misses Na-, '
dirie and Nellie . Nicholson. ?
' "Hamilton Shipman and^.Gildard
Murrell purchased recertly a tractor
" Mrs.' Jane JItAiiiton of Crab Creelt
visited ' relatives vlier? Jaat week.
Miss Jessie Ray of Arlington S. C.
is expected at the home of W. J.
Ray soon. - 1
J3GGS EGGS ,
From pure bred Sheppard' AifcoJ
narf. .Price re^tced during April
and' May. ^1.25 for IB- delivered.
H.00 on the yard, also 2 nice cock
erels, $1.00 each, f. o. b. yard.
Let Mrs. R. Gash fill your order?
Horse "Shoe N.'C., route, 2\'
FOR SALE- dne pair good work .
mules, eight years ol4.
FOR RENT- About twenty acres I
?ood l#nd, house and garden.', Seel
M-. W. Galloway, Brevard, N. C. I
FOR RENT-A good garden, good
ground. See' Mrs; C. A, Shuford.
FOR SALE . ? "
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Hatching Eggs from S. Comb
whitet Leghorns, the famous Wyc
kofif Strain, $1.50 per setting of if
Special price . for $r.00, Aithiir
Hefner, Box 58, Brevard, N. C.V '
S/ BIG VALUE FOR SALE
Genuine New. McClellan Army Sad
dles, light steel Stirrups. Most
comfortable saddle known. . Send
Check or money order for $4.50 and
we will 8?nd you one of these fine
Saddles by Parcel Post all charges
paid. " .West Point Wholesale
Grooery Co., West Point, Ga.
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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,,
, MANAGEMENT, ETC.
r^juired by the act of Congress of
August 24, 1012, of the Brevard News
published weekly at Brevard, N. C.,
for Aprill, 1924 v
State of North Carolian, County of
. Before me, a notary /public and
for the State . and County
aforesaid, pcraonnally appear
ed Win. A. Hand, who/ having been
duly sworn according to law, deposes
and says that he is the Editor and
Lessee ox tho Brevard News and
that the following is, to the best of
his knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the <\vnership, manai^e
Tient, jjtc., of thfe aforesaid publica
tion for the date shown in tho a"bovc
caption, required by the Act of
August 2-1, 1912, embodied in sec
tion 443, Postal Laws and Regula
tions, printed on the reverse of this i
form, to "wit: .
1. That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing |
editor and business managers are: .
* Publisher, A.' Band, Brevard,
N. C., Editor aVl Lessee, Wm. A.
Band, Brevard, N. C., Managing
Editor, Wm. A. Band, Frevard, N.
C., Business manager Wm, A. Band,
j Brevard, N. C.
f 2. That the owner^s J. S silver
i steen, Brevard, N. C.
1 3. That the known bondholders,
' mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
ni6re of total Amount of bonds, mort
gages. or rther securities are none.
Wm. A. Band, Editor and Lessee,
i Sworn, to and subscribed before
i me this 14 day of November, 1923.
V. A. Stiller. C. S. C.
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Trhe above Id a likeness of Atttor
pey Gadget W, Edwarda who an
nounc?f^thla week that; hQ would
be a candidate for Solicitor of the
Eighteenth' Judicial District on -the
Democratic ticket. Mi*. Sa'A.i.
was, born and reared in Mara Hi;,
Madison colinty. Ho attended
ool at Mars Hill and Wake Fore
College,~'being a membefc of t: .
class of 1914 at the latter colleg.
He was considered one of thfe leao
Irrg la-ftr students at ? Wake Forerl
After leaving college he entered in ,
to^tfye practice of his ' chosen pro
fcssion ib 'Rutherford county an
has 'been a member of the local ba
ten 'years. \ ' .
He is ?32 years of age and is a
young lawyer" of exceptional ability.
H eis afid has been for the past sjx
years Chairman' of the Democratic
Executive Committee ofthe county.
Under his leadership the party has
steadily apd rapidly gained in th's
:ounty . y '' -T: v
He isat" present Solicitor of the
Recorders Court of Rutherford co
unty, and^has hold this position with '
-.credit So? the past 15 conths. He
i a A Christian gentleman , "of high
character and haa always been (ac
tive in . church work. He is Associ
ate Su'pt.' of the . Baptist Sunday
school. He hfa b%en- recently ap
..... ' Uia ty'ar Department, as
. ou'nty Ontirt^ian for the Citizens
'.t. /. ^ i<i?n:n^ Camp work. . -
He ha,i the absoOlte -son/ldence of
? Vs county, and is a man well "quali
ed' to ..old this higl? office. '
He has the endorsement ? of the
-'.utherf">d Qiwanty Bar, and is back
id by the leading"' citizens of the
iouaty. - ? / ? : ' ,
Xtutl.-.r.rord couitty being the lar
gest Democratic cuonty in the dis
trict, mnd not having had a solicitor
within utmost* a' half century untill
one year ago when Hon. James M.
Carrson was elected, *and ; for the
further reason that Mr. Carrson
only held tfys position the short per
iod of o^.c year, leaving an iinex
p.'red terqi, we feel that th'e ?Solic>
t-oi-sh'p should at this time cow to
T 4o RENT FOR SUMMER
8 Rodm dwelling Completely
Furnished All modern conveniences
- T. H. GALLOWAY
I will htyve plenty of sweet potato
Hants for sale at C. M. Siniards
lew residence l'or year of 192^ '
3ee or write C. M. Siniard, Box. 46.
Srevard, N. C.
Dr. S. Robinson
Ashville's Famous Eyesight Specialist j
Will Re-visit Brevard For One Day On
TUESDAY, APRIL 15
For the Pint cse oi Examining Eyes and
?v,v ^ ' ' r? ? r
Fitting Glasses. Satisfactory Service and
Reasonable Prices Guaranteed. '
"You Know This Sign"
7.8 Patton Ave. Asheville, N.'C.j
Phone or Write Us for Appointment
DAVIS-WALKER DRUG CO
i BREVARD, N. C. , ?
' " A drug 6tore that can give me
_ just what I want in tablets, pencils,
pens and other school things is ?
the store that will" get my trade."'
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But that is just one part of the
modern service of ourtstore. Not
only all sorts. of school" supplies 5ut
, the many home needs of the ,
school boy will be satisfactorily '
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Handy for Stationery
Buy, it by the box, by the pound or.\
in tablets. The very best grade
that you cart secure for the price
you wish to invest can be purchased
here at a saving in time and trouble. s
We can show 'an array of tints and tcx
tura$ large enough to include your favorite.
Davis* Walker; Drug, Co.
Telephone 85 \ Brevard, N. C.
The Way We Do It
? When we ^handle your Cement
work j it is Certain to turnout right,
for we "use the latest and most ap
proved metheod of mixing and
construction. " , ; ,
That it is economy to halve us
da your work, our prices prove.
MILLER SUPPLY CO. *
At The Depot * Brevard, N. C.
FOR TOILET & BATH
PHONE 86 BREVARD, N. C.