"V" fur?fc&&ijr i
liifcaided over the recent aeaaion
of 8ui>trior Court Tri*?ylffmk_
iSR Stat, w?a , by J.
Vhll Pies* Jr. of|4a*ion and be ma
ilt s very favorable impreBsiop on ,
?WfUpublic an a Capable young man. j
"'u to.-.v ??'
Wey the member.' of ths Bar of i
Transyhijato-' courttj/ giving;
?$fljffi|<the manned, con, uqt nd'_
abilH^ displayed In the " prosecut m i
of, tlfe IjQrfniinal DockA ? c t tii:< vi&.^
ent term of Gourt for this coi-Vtv
b^ mri. J. Will Pleas, Jr.f tffc ^ ol e ?
tor oi Om 18th; Judicial District of
And having observed that, our So
licitor :Ul: a conscientious, dean, and'
nblp prosecutor, deal ng with all
d-WH.aM*, seeking to enforce and
uphold the. Uy* 'of 'the State, taking
no- ak vantage of technicalities, but
dealing with the spirit and object of
Laws' .and demanding that violators
of the law atone fwrthelr misdeeds, j
Therefore b? It resolved by th?_j
members ^cf the Bar of Trwnsylvan
la copnty, that we endorse the work '
of fion.J. Will, Pless, Jr., a a Solici
tor dona ?nd accomplished by him
at this term of the Superior Court.
' TH^ a copy of these resolutions
be spread on the , minutes of the
court, and a copy delivered to pur
Golickoiv whoae work/ and. conduct
and character we heartily comrfiend
to the public.
The foregoing resolution was read
in open court and unanimously en
dorsed by all. members of the Bar.
This April 15th.f 1924.
.? We the Transylvania County Bar
practicing at Brevard, do ^hereby
:ndor*e the good and efficient work
lone by Mr. A. EmmeAon Eve, who
las'fpt many years served thls bar
md the Court as reporter of the
?orCn ?? J '*f ' ''
In every Instance, without the
inee fiaveing failed. Mr ' Eve " has
ling of the testimony and the writ
teen ready at his desk for the recor
(Continued on another page)
of year* of ac
t/aiU" SUUs, ' there
came , into our beautiful "Sapphire
8X2&JS )?; ?ss a ?*?:
;he Town of
f ?> WHS the Brevard toildine
i? Conn^fBo^if? 98ft Ro'ajjp
?t&1^leh:tysf was Sec
S>ili. loyalty and service
IkVobttntry and during the late
aining: t? his Country's entrance
participation in thle greAt war,,
mot, content with these . 'patrtfe
iftfatf; he 'iltottUy took over
wotfc Of Treasurer of TrartvP
it Chap'lkf ofthe Am?rfe^R?$
?. . < ; I ?
? religion. ?c^;tiei were jvk
nd to n?me wd m I*y, barter,
cndear?d'i?imself the member* of;
that cOngregatHro especially but" el-'
? tho a loyal KjS!?copalian Wa.Twligio^.
was harrowed to.' no one chc-ch and
ho was 'refear^ed as a man or br-ad
view? on airy Tel'gious wc" regar:'.
ftss ;of ere ad or denomlnat -n.
, In the mMst of thwr< - aci??lSir.ft ,
with lightning like subtleness ' 'thti
call came, A valued citizen was tak
en and the loss to Brevard and Trart
sylvania County cannot be Aiiuanr
ed; ?if he had lived-' bravely so did
he die bravely, fighting heroically
against thp 'ravage*.' of pneumonia
but facing the. greatbeyond without'
fear, going as was War* ^whvle
'.'in- HarnesS," his oT>ly sorrow that
of the saparation.f^om this .devoted
companion whose yean of ,;' loyalty,
and encouragement had ever been
an inspiration to him.
The service at St, Phillips Church
conducted by the Rector assisted' by
the venerable Sector Emeritis who,
as a tribute to his friend, paid one
of his rare visits to the chancel,
while beaut,iful, impressive and in
spiring,. was, marked with the sim
plicity that was id keeping With the
I wishes of the man ' who had become
so grettt'a part of 'the Church and
its Work in Brevard. ' ?
The flbral*-iributes, tho like sel
dom seen (n BreVard, tho choir in
full vestments, grouped' near the
casket containing the mortal re
, mains of one who Had been a great
i factor in the building up of the mu
j sic of the Church, leanding his own
[rich voice until compelled by hi*
? (Continued on another page)
j one dejPijCT
Biro lis of becoming a candidate' for
these offlcs muat file iojrt?tt|
Of declaration flritb tj?e 34*^ ?P*w?
of Elecions, together with the fee
required, six weeks before' .*!??' pri
meots with' reference ,' to rotation
> ?$\ ?':?! ?!??** i -r
?*!*& Bfttfala 'is&
tena wore hot expected to. #
ppSed for a. second ^?1 r "
?r. ot CabatcT
notice/of his candidAc^/i
Wy e? state
A. T. Alien,' A?^ .
y* A- G raham,
F- P. . Lntham, Beaufort. ,
T. B. Frtrkar, Wayne.
T k.1. r r^: ..i:
ntio^fr nWii Wad*
Frank' Flowers M<
v. " V
George P< Bell, Forsythe. . ' t- / ?
0. L. Carpenter, Cleveland.
V ?S United States Senator ,
Fnrnjfold M. Si mm on ?, Craven
William, G. McAdoo^Califoraia. ,
Only, tyo member* of the. con
gressional delegation are oppoiad.
Congressman' Wnrd( of the Ftogt
District, declined to ryin . agnin.
Major Bulwinkle, of the Nlnti^f is
?op posed.. by 5Jt A. Mimfnette .of Com
'ton, the Congressman'* -homo .coun
ty. Willi# M. Person, of "Franklin
county; has entered against Congr
essman Pou in the Fourth District. ,
A spirited contest Jr orr in the First .
District where a successor to; Co?- > ?
greesitoan Ward, retiring, is to be
chosen. The candidates are: Lind
say Warren, <*?; Beaufort;- E. F.
Aldlette, of Pas<ruotank; E. G.
Griffin, Chowan; S. S. Mann, Hyde;
Vah Bureh Martin of Washington.
The two democratic / candidates
for solicitor of the Eighteenth Ju
dicial District -an J. Will Pleas jr.
of McDowell, and Gudger W- Ed
wards of Rutherford. The Republi
cans have named as their candi
date, W. C. McRorie, of the cotinty
-if Rutherford, ' ? '.)