Business is sensitive. It goes
where it is invited and stays
where it is well treated. Let
us keep our's in Transylvania
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1925
Dates Now Set
^ for State Fair
iUdctgh, ;V v., reb. zi>. ? those
who coin. vihpiaic entering exniinis at
tllO various lO Ov: Ucili til -NOLvtl
Luruuna v*a& ii-.ii ticeu 10 iwc^j i-i |
liiiiivi uuu .^uins ior growing hi
UK cxiuOll material snoam oe uu?.us*
this spring, :?"> Hgi icaiu.il w.'itxcu
OI tiiv.' iMi-UC LulU'ctO CXtCllMOll SCl
\ ice. .ua.siiig exmoiis at lairs gives
fcOwi aax.ci iu'iiijj value ahsi c.iSu 'v*
1 liv" Oiaiv * atl* UU'iiC vil^yf i'.?
UlCU L* 1 ? 111 l.iuuc*.
tU LC>iUL i.. LC* Ui v V\lLk> -iiVC
^ vvfcil ?
ihe tuaTia^vmeiU oi the 6t.Ho rati*
reports mat tile dates haw alivaiij
Des u >(.'1 ior tflis year, mi' wei <?.. ? ? i
Uci'oiis-i i- -la.-* oeen iii U'1'i..iihu uj o..
SHUT Ul.S rtv'l'k lolloWS lUUlleilUn.s I..
aits r iiic \ uv'iia 5 laic iair aim
coaies iiii::u-.ii.;ioiy oeiore me oo-utu
(. aro.uia o.ats- i a:!*, l lie Aorta *. 1
ltna Mait : ;.u- ilus year ?i>a He m?i't
oi a piUittc- ii.ssilutiun than tver ;>e
fi'tv. ucvVi'Oi.'.j '.j '.lie ivc.:,;a..i. aii?'ii
plans rieently announced l>\ ;iu i'.< .
manageuve a.. I tie Slate <.'oIii-.ce ot
AjjncUiiUi'i', iiis' oLiut. tJei iu'uiA';.. 1 *
Agriculture and the Executive i>s-l
partment of the State Government-}
will share with the old ? AgriiTiWurai
Society i:i thfe management ot tile
Kan' in", the future.
hi the- distribution oi" proni'inv.
tnonvy iasi year. Wake Count. K-i I >y
receiving .>l.l>SS; Catawba came sec
ond with SM0.4U; iJuncombe was
third wiirt' Siii-; a.'ui i lavea U--.;...
with -Go 1.50. Some oi' the other
Counties uhore citizens won libera
amounts oi tiie premium money w> iv
Alamance. Forsyth, Guiiford,
erfoni, Wilkes and Wayne. Tile small
est amount won by any county went
to lie rtie, where o.niy on dollar wa:
According to E. V. Wa'lho.-ii. mar:-,
aicor L lilt* Stale I* air, tlu* iimU'I"
show that the Fair is truiy a Scat-. -
wide institution. when >t verily-jive
of tne one handled eounik s . .lar ;
in the pinaium money, ami e .artn.
11*1*111 f.'ilK'!' cv. unties Were li;- j
tefed. but received no i-iuire.i t' tiv.'.-e i
Ci-'JB GiRLS ENROLL
fcr season s woi;>:
Kaiei^'i. X. C.. Feb. ? .\|av i |
has been se: as the date t or ... j r . j
enrollment in the home dem-.'.'is:.'-. -
tion clubs organized arid cw .i . j
by the hi. nil- agents of the State t\:
. 'oge Extension Division.
"In !.-j<?kin-- over our records f'.-;- j
rhv past y<. u\- rind that r. ;. ?.>(?[
girls were enrolled in" <?; _? j
says .\i iss Claude Wailaeo. ]
state ageitt i.i house d-.-.:ne:: ? j
work. "This is a fine reeoM, i Lr.j
t ven ;i larger* enrollment .-hi he i
secured for lt>25. This is the- t:h:e [
for club i.ietrbers to secure i;< v.- 1
raembei.- anu to bejrin to bie.-st i-iiii) i
work. In db.ng tiiis. we must rv:.ie;i:- 1
ber that the olubs must be oryanizeil !
properly. This does not me"!i that ?.?u
meetings are necessarily st i -F 'and ;
formal but it does mean that the
sin\ple parliamentary practices,
should be observed that club giri> f
may- all lear;-, how a public meeting i
''That the members may keep: up '
their interest in. club work, it is nec
essary to make each meeting worth
while. This may be done by plai'iiing
out the programs in advanc and hav
ing the subjects announced at least
six months before the meetings, if
possible. Real leaders should be se
lected as officers at the lirst meeting.
It is always necessary to have l
good president and secretary. It is"
the purpose of girls', clubs to meet
the needs of the girls in a community
^ from an educational and social
Miss Wallace states that food
work was most popular last year
with 10,841) girls enrolled. ('omi?>g
next to this was clothing work with
5,562 girls completing work. lioth of
these interesting projects will re
ceive more attention from the home
agents during 1925.
SERVICES AT ST. PHILIP'S
There will be services, at St.
Philip's Episcopal Church, Sunday
morning. March 1st, at 11:00 o'clock,
with communion. Rev. Albert New,
rector of Grace Church in the Moun
? tains, Waynesville, N. C., will con
duct the service and deliver the
TWO VERY INTERESTING
The 5th !? grade of the Brevard
I Graded School presented a most in
| Leresi ing and appropriate George
' Washington prograni Friday morn
ing before the assembled school in
the high school auditorium. The pro- j
Scripture reading and prayer? Craig'
Story of George Washington ? Lang
don English I
Recitation: A Future Historian ?
Song- Annie Mae Henderson, Rose j
Snelson, Alga Derm id
Recitation -Frank Bridges
Song.: ( I corgi' Washington? Grade
Recitation: Little Boy Abe? Coy
Song: To the Flag of Stars and
St I'ipesr? Grade
This program was directed by Miss
McDan'iel, teacher of the 5th B
Pfogranfi at institute
The Adeb'hian anil Lanier. *so
cietie- of Brevard Institute presented
a unique program appropriate to
George Washington's, birthday Satur
day morning in the Institute- chapel.
Following is the program:
Scripture reading anil prayer ? Mary
Anderson | 1
Song ? - Adelphian Girls ji
Dialogue ? Louise Gibson, as Colum- 1 ;
bia, Fred Brown, ns Uncle Sanl j i
Uncle' Sam then introduced in 1 1
turn to tiie audience the following: j
Principles of George Washington?
Lift Sketch of Gc.Orge Washington ?
Character Sketch ? Homer Corn !<
Reading: Another George Washing- p
ton ? Louise Jennings |1
George Washington and the Cherry <
Tri e Grace Markey |1
Virginia ReeLGirls anil boys in Col- 1
onial costume? Four boys ofU
Adelphian society; four boys- ?>. i
George Washington's Album: A liv
ing cha; aeiertr.ation in. costume,
C?i-,?r?o Wellington at Valley Forge
? Represented by Royster Pons- i (
inick i-.' '
Gvo.- ?!>iiigtmi and Lei ?. '<
Rors Represented by Rous.-'.;
Me Knight find Royaer Db-mimdv .
l.'fe photograph or Goei'ge ^
V\;. hi'' ton ,vS . school children
i . u day know "n.iin? l)edic;iteil
bv .1. i>. CJeigev
Pledge the Flag ? Recited in con
cert by the two societies
This program was directed by Miss 1
I'lank. English teacher at the ltn;t it >
tute. Music - furnished by Miss Rou-m i
MvKsiiilht and Mr. Fred Brown. :\
i ._ ZJi V aV IL'iJ
Tie Uoarjl of Aldecnan s-nietime ,? j
a' resolution request- j 1
irttr the Legislature to author- 11
a ! siii.ddci bond for street and j i
sidewalk improvement in Brevard. , i
This request has since been granted ! <
and the bonds have bee n sold. ? |<*
Definite action has not yet bcenj!
reached regarding the extent of ini
provemnts and the exact, territory
that.wil Ibe benefitted by this trans
action. More definite, plans will bo
formulated in the near future.
Ernesteen Mull, the three-year
? i" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Muil. died Thursday night, Feb It).
She was taken sick the Sunday pre
vious, her illness having thus lasted
only five days when the death angel
called the little one home. She was
buried the following day, Feb. 20, in
I.itiie Erncsteen was a most lov
able child, having, in the brief space
? <i' her life greatly endeared herself
?sot only to her immediate family,
hut Jilso to all who knew her.
Besides the bereaved family, ar
many sorrowing friends left to feel
the loss of this dear little girl whor.'
God saw fit to call back to her. heav
enly home. ?
i MAY USE EVIDENCE OF
POSSESSION OF SEIZED CARS
The Supreme Court has recently
declared that evidence of of the pos
session and transportation of whis
key obained in a prohibition case by
any state officer without a search
warrant or a warrant of arrest can
be used in court by the government
in a prosecution arising under the
Federal laws. This decision was de
clared in a case brought from Green
ville, S. C.
Brevard to liave New
n /HI ^ ?
First Class rire ?<ngme
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
We point with pride to the at
tendance of our Sunday School on
Feb. 22nd, on which date there
were present .142, a gain of GC over
Feb. iSth, the la.st clear Sunday.
If you were not among those pres
ent, or do not belong; to. a Sunday
School, come out next Sunday and
pay us a visit, and we feel sure that
you will become a regular member.
We have an orchestra of ab<^t i i f -
teen pieces that we are very proud
of . and know that you will feel the
same after having heard them.
. The tiass having the most pres
ent last Sundi^- was the' T. K. L.,
with -17, followed closely by the
Haraca Class with -13, and the M^u'^
Bible Class with .">8. Th balance of
the attendance was about equally
divided among: 7 other classes. The
Lotal amount of collection- was $(?!). 07, :
which will be used to purchase new
hymnals.. Our Sunday School has
tveen growing steadily for the last
three months? ?You will add one,
nore name to the list? and in return I
y ou will feel well repaid after hear- 1
ng .'the lesson taught by any of our
REV. WELCH TO LECTURE
Yt the Methodist church next Sun
lay night, Rev. E. R. Welch, pastor,
ivill discuss the question of Evolu
tion from the theme: God or Gorilla,
Christ or Chimpanzee, Man or Mon
This subject so widely discusscd to
lay has a distinct bearing; on the
?hristian religion and the teaching
if the bible. The recent di;'<'UKsi;>n in
jur State. Legislature has brought it
o the front in our State and this
liscussion will doubtless e.lari t'y the .
n i ii Is of all interested hearers.
'flu' Town of IJrevard will hav ?
in the near future, the distinction
<>f poyse.--.sjng one of the* most, im
proved ami thoroughly modern tire
engines now 011 the market.
The new engine is an American
La France type. It is equipped with a
pumping arrangement with a capaci
ty of furnishing 750 gallons of
water per minute. The pump has'
sufficient force to send a stream of
water 140 feet. The pumping ar
rangement is so constructed as to
suck water out of a pijie and force
i! through a nozzle. The engine has a
maximum speed of 65 miles per hour.
There is only one other larger Jire
engine on the market which has a ca
pacity of pumping 1)0!) gallons of
'water per minute. This one, however,
^is not so practical tor LrevardV
'needs and purposes as the next
J The cost T^jJjev^iH's new engi-v
is approxinui^BJBf$l 2,000. and the
(Town is al!o\v^?T years in which to
complete the payments oil it. Ti: c
i fire engines are not kept in stock, hat
nre made to order, consequently, i!
will be about four months before t 'if
engine is onhatul and ready for u
A she vi He, Charlotte, and most of
the larger cities in the State havs
use several lire engines of this same
The people of IJrevard have re'aso ?
to be. proud of the fact that tniy,
have progressive town official.- who 1
possess proper town spirit and tlv
necessary forethought, for the be
protection of the homes and property
of the citizens of IJrevard.
Since stating the account in the
last issue of The News regarding i:
Gsborne-Swanguni collision, th< re a.
pears lo be a uilVcremv oi opriion
to where the blame belongs.. 1 hi.
paper is always -ready to. apoligi ?
for a false report.
By M L. Shtp.r.hn
Raleigh, X. ('. l'ob,
utsir.ess" has h;u! the center, of ijW.
'tasc. in tin- General Assembly 'the
>?ist week and no ureal amount of
m>gross has bet ;i ma;le in . -fy.
':i;. .t of ge:: : al -iatiou. Th
iieynue Ij'H has been / w.uo'v!
ha:i: ajiti i< ;;o*.v v ridjr .cim-idei'a.i.^i
?y 'he ro "'.itirr o! whole in the
i''l<;Use. '1'hi bill JU ovjdii.!; : .ppropria
:.i<>ns to the State t-diier t ehuri
able. and jjeiia! i r: ~ ? ; t : - ? . .
f o i the Co:i fedc. ate " soldier'.? and
ividows; for the puyirsnt oi' i!i ? in
erest on the State ijebt; t ? ? j u : . 1 i . c Li : < r
fu'nd for i he nubil : .s.ho Is, cU-., i i >'
follow ia due course. The K'nanv
.?emmittees haw raked every avail
able source of revenue with a Mi'e
iooth rt.rob in. an effort to comply
ivith the demands of the anprop-i ?
ions committees. But "the call is
not sustained." There is an appreci
able difference between the two
which is not likely to be "reconciled"
at this session.
Two days were given to the con
sideration of the Poole resolution
outlawing- the teaching of evolution
in State institutions, which had bee:;
made a special order for Tuesday
night. The bill was displaced, how
ever, on account of the crowded con
ilition of the hall and galleries of the
House which were jammed with peo
ple eager to hear the discussion. The
question for debate was: "Resolved
by the House of Representatives,
the Senate concurring, thlit it is the
sense of the General Assembly of
North Carolina that it is injurious
to the welfare of the people of the
Commonwealth for any officer or
teacher in the State, paid wholly or
in part by taxation, to teach or per
mit to be taught, as a fact, either
Darwinism or other evolutionary hy
pothesis that links man in blood re
lationship with any other lower form
The resolution came up on the
House calendar Thursday morning as
unfinished business and the '"fire
works" started without difficulty. The.
forces in favor of. the resolution were
directed by Representative Turling
ton, of Irdell; the opposition by Rep
resentative Murphy, of Rowan. Mr.
Turlington could see no harm in
prohibiting the teaching of theories
as facts and paid his respects to the
heads of the State institutions who
had appena-d before the coinniittei
ia opposition to the resolution. "Vie
was sustained in his contentions by
Messrs. .Mauson, of Jackson, Ilunti:',
of Polk, lJrassiyell, ?f Na:?h; NVa!-, <'?
Caswell, .Mi. s .\ie::ander. of A: e.<
leuburg, and i'oole 01 Hoke, author
of the resolution, who pointed out
the dangers 10 young minds of the-.- -
ies that are now being promulgate 1
! til r.? ?u } ; i ! the camouflage <?i :vn';uv. ?i
i hijrh schools and eulkges "o? .. . ;
i lu t v Turlington declared he. had
j) company with Dr. Chase and
the University^ undeV his mar.a-.ri -
mnt, . after hearing the Doctor's
?ij cech before the ( niimittee ,w.i I',
u eat ion in Opposition to the resolu
tion. Representative Madison sough,
to refute the ^.iggejjjtiou of i.u
abridgement of freedom of ihouga..
freedom of the press and freedoi.
of speech. Other proponents of tn
measure took the iianie view.
Deieated nut undaunted is i:;
situation in which the author of the
i resolution, iinds him ie.f. Cut he <l.
Clares that the fight has just started.
Th Hunihrey resolution, introduced
in the upper branch by SenatO-i
Humphrey or Wayne, "encounu :
no diu'iculty in running the gauntlet
of the two houses of the Legislature
ai d .the Assembly .udi soon be in p><
session of a list of the employee., o.
eal-h State department and lnstitu
tion and tiie amount of compensation
"doled out" to them oil the first of
eaeli month. The number of automo
biles purchased by 'the departments
and institutions for State purposes,
with cost of up-keep, is to be includ
j Oil . v.:c statement which the reso
jiUiiyf. c<..j.? lApon the State Auditor
| .. . ine information of the
j Civ-i'.i;. .^-oe-inbly.
| ine OCiiit vC declined to compel
j "John Smith" to exhibit a light on
i any of his horse drawn vehicles
when driving at night, or at any other
time. In less time than is required to
relate the story, the House bill, by
I Neal, of McDowell, requiring wag
i ons moving along the State high
ways at night to carry lights, found
?itself on the table, after considera
tion of the measure began in the
It was intended as a protection to
j those employing ancient modes of
travel, but "John's" friends in the
FIRE MONDAY MORNING
The fire department was <?;< I !? <1 J
Monday morning about ten-thirty to I
the home of Mr. Zeb Burru.s.
By the time-'the lire enginei
reach' (I (he -we lie. the lire had mad"
considerable headway. The interior
of one bed room was almost entirely
burned, including all furniture in th<
room and practically all of the dot
ing of the family. Two other room
\verc badly danulged by lire, smoke
and water, and the roof was broken
through in several places.. AH the
furniture and bedding in the house
was considerably injured.
No one was at home at the time
the lire started, and the alarm w:i.
turned in by Mr. Hill Williams, who
saw the smoke from Brom field's
The origin of the tire is unknoivi
The house and conti otfc were in: ured.
and it is hoped the insurance will
cover the damage.
CHANGE. IN AFTERNOON
The southbound passenger in. u
formerly arrivui.it in Brc\ard a;
lwo-thi!\y-live in the alierin.i.ii,
now due at 2:<mi p.m. No cIi.u.m :
cl i'C fnU'!..' Ill oliii ? li'tlill . .
T*- ansylvama Baptists
to Hold Mission jfcaiij,
The Baptist leaders of the i ?*:. i
sylvan ia Association , i c 1 u ? 1 i 1 1 ji" all
pasiors, acw\e^ laymen, women ami
youn;; people, are ca'Ied to meet i
the iirvard ii;:pt;.il clu'.ivh on .'!? ?' .
1.7, loi" a:i all day Mis* ion Railv. '>e
ginning at iO o'clock, it is
that a lisrhi. lunch will be served at
the noon hour.
The purpose of this Rally is
purely informational and in.-; ir:.
tional. Addresses on Missions an i
different phases of the denomination
al program will be made. kou.id-;ai>.'
discussions on the present statu- of
the work and on future plans will be
open to all. Besides lot ioe;i. ..
of the Association, thv following scl
eral denominational worker- wu
Lake part in the program : Dr. A. <
llaiiiby, of Mars t till and Rev. A.
.. astice. of ilelidersoaville. A rcpre
Sv-iiiaLive group 5- ex; ct.d from ear
clli'V. h ::i ill. A . e.: l;<;ii.
MR. PUSHELL IN NEW YORK
Mr. Luther Pushell of the Jerome
and Pushcll Depariri.e.u Sto<-.
New York, Boston and other north
ern markets buying their .-mvi.j
k&Cn I k.iiW V bitiki : :i
- "if,- 1' ^
' ? i ? .1 : ?: v I1 | i ? ? i ?
Mr. K. II. Krwin. the einru'.i
tup', rintcmlent of Sapphire Cotton
Mills, is making very successful ei
foils toward promoting' clean, whole
some. and aithogether desirable sur
roundings and habits of living
among his employees.
Ten new and well-equipped cot
tages have recently been erected
the cotton mill section of the town.
? The old cottages belonging l<> ih
company have all been thoroughly
remodeled and put in good sanitary
I condition. New Sewerage connections
.have been made, with the result thai
I all the homes of the employees are
| now equippyl with running water
and all accessories.
The .superintendent, recently <?(..
four prizes for tiie cleanest prem
, ises in the mill village. The judges
appointed to make the decision for
this contest, which was so enthusias
tically entered by all those living in
that section, were as follows: Chief
Barnett, \V. L. I'ierson, and Mr.
Aiken. The first prize was one ton
coal, the second prize, one-half ton
of coal, and the
dollar load of wood, and fourth, a
three dollar load of wood.
After the judges had thoroughly
inspected all the premises in the vil
lage, they finally rendered their de
cision and awarded prizes to the
First prize, Gaston Grogan ; sec
ond prize. Ben Orwood; third prize.
Alonzo Pruett; and fourth prize, E
It is the intention of Mr. Krwin
to install electric lights in all th
homes and to add many outside im
provements that will aid in better
housing conditions and increase the
general welfare of those who are
employed by his mill. Mr. Erwin's
ambition is to make his mill village
the cleanest and best equipped of
any cotton mill in Western North
\A question fur I In- I *i ?iy?-i Ciinu r!
A question for all of us! Isn't it
sweet to think of the Recompen <?
that shall hi; ours in "Cod's lieauti
I:i down- our hot, We are scatter
ing seed for His Great Harvest. .?? id
though sometimes we water them
with tears, i I < ? sends down I lie hih
liirht of ilis h?ve, and ? ; u i , i, 1 1 1 ? : . i
into springing fields of grain. Cod
never forgets or lose.-; i; /ii of :.i
own, nor will lie he satisfied wiui
work half-done. He expects u.s to DO
OUR liKST, and nothing short of
that w ill ni' ct. Hi.- act; ? i,\. tnce.
Mrs. Browning happily smc :
",\ child s i.i ;
S?t on thy sighing Ii;.-, : i i : : j i ;t. : -
t.liee glad ;
A poor man serve I h\ tin ? . > r.-? I !
make thee rich;
A sick mall helped I >\ in.e. :. :!!
make thee strong;
Thou -hall In: .-(??."?I .If ....
Of service which thou r?
.May Ceorge l.llioi's v.. i: be i' ,
"May I reach
That pure-q heaven. I*. ? . .. i.
The cUj) ot .-. i eli'.t li ni .... i..i:
Enkindle g -ia rous an!.-.'. ? ?: |i.e
He the sweet present e of a ge.i.j
And in diffusion. ever more > n? . : < ,
So shall I join (lie ' heir
Whose music i- the viadne-.- ?.f . :i**
A PRAYER OF RECOMPENSE
0 Thou who mi mor- wililim t ?
give than v.e io ask. and who ia-.
said : "Ask ami y ? h..i: iv.-e/.e. -e.
and ye -hall f.nd, Icno. i. and it sh.ili
lie open- >i ii i l ! - ? ; on. ' ;i is iweei '?>
think of . ill . I :: l > I
ours ill Cod's llealltiful llel i af' . :i
We do our he- ill '
Cod's g; ' i .ii'Vi,-:. Though
times we shall \v. :???>? tii . ?vi:h ?'
Thou wilt semi down ine unshiii* ..f
Thy love q;t' m ' . ' a . . i "
spiNiging :? ? ? f : U e ...n-w
that Thou will not I'.irgei ? o.
si^rht of Thine i.wn. no.- wiit Thou :??
satisfied with wori; h. hi -done. ? ? . ?'
Us grace to DO Ol !i Ili'.S I . >> 'i
ing short ot that will meet v. !i ? ? ' y
Help us to lie the friend ??!' I" ?
children. s? I re llie | . it' ll1 '
sick; s.i . !:a!i w< he vla-i. . ^I ?
am! strong ;.nd vv I. !1
selves llV e' < ry settle ol si
which we remit r.
Cod grant that we ma> n a.-h l '.;.:
purest heavt i. v hi. h '!"??' ?<! fas
pared fo;- tho.-e who h.ve I ace. an I
do their best. Enable us to he 1 1
other souls the cup of strength ? ?
some great ago"y. Kn:.i. I!"
ous ardor, feed pure oe
sweet presence ol :? good d:!iu>?e.
and in ditfusion ? ver mo.i i. ' ? :
shall we join the Choir Invi.-hiio.
whose music is I iie gladncs- of
world, and the Jlecompi it .? smll
ded ho over in Thy Beautiful ' '* ? ? -
after where Tlmu. 0 .lesus, l'.wt.
and reigncst wi;.'; The l-i.iher a.'.T
The Spirit. eve:i One Cod tort v? r ? I
? C. I'.
THE K. ? U KLcJX .xi.i. x
HAS A \VO?!D
It has come, to cu" a.. ; ? ...at
certain irresnoiisihlo per- n- it..v
been writing loiters and siirn inv
them. K. K. K. We v. . . ? ,
to know that no let;.:- : !io:i! ?!
paid any attention to whatever e\
ccpt it oe written on the Ka M i .
Jvlan literature and hear.':;; I he ?
licial of tin Ki.in. We wiii apprr
ate it if any one receiving' m:< n
"wild cat" litter will mail same > >
K. K. K., Brevard, at once witii
whatever informal ioa ii.- : ;
the suspected source a:..l the Kia.i
wil do all possible to trace and ita
die the ::iatior so that >
able practice will cease. '! he Ivlan i'
made up of honorable and h ?: i
headed men who do not "ff half
cocked and always have the fact
before they act. They !>a\ ?
ished many jjood things since thoi
organization, but tluy do not sena
these so-called Klan letters. To ail
writers of such: we say most em
phatically that this MUST stop at
once. A word to the wise or the un
wise ought to be sufficient.
?BREVARD K. K. K.