W E L CO M E
The Mecca Of
THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1925
South Carolina Press Association Convenes Here
By L. A. AMMON
tiood rains with a minimum ot
dsniatt? ? f-iwiH wind a-nd hail inftkv>
the crops look good and a t?rua?i.
~ : l i : 1 * acii OSS in." tarmei s. ,faces.
Farmers :rom tStaer t'uuiuu- ami
utat'i' States. Souaw.' :^c?i to u-v?
llUlt. Wi' ? liiiVt* ? iH tti liWttt'tl in
way or other by the ToWers that be,
in - mat we\ naw sucn m?v.. crop.-.
When told that we have t>e<n Very
short- Vm '-am tiiey -V.ui naruiy be
heVe it, ?s-'.our Vrops do not show it
half *o hJUth as other pin ts.
There must 'W some reason.
the weatt.c r mhr:.>eiuym nas any pet,
?yv*. ? h? ? U ;i> 1 i
: it, wa> that thv ?a:i> >Prill?'
\irv. porm.t * :., ie .w^rK trvati
uai, ami c.-i :-.^ v?s -mm*
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weather n.is .feet* eiu^a .to ie<
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,<ee.S lisiiV the pnce>.
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an be done, mil so iulij
l uunty A_'i : i has to i!o V
ie can >"l ' .at.e many dehrJ
?S suk ... .::. a i.- have no rej
The \ "aiity, Agent has nl
' .r?:M'de :u*?. the Ma'rr ef
r.is nv-w witise <>n the sUin
ad ?' ?' a.: sd tap wft. J
?not i? y. t, ? '
.\.,'.v - thifc lime t'> hJ
trees.' Souie work v\il) bd
various. '-par. s oi the t. oun
the farmer.-* .the. hiethod usu
The whidesale price of
-tays at the sa;ue as it is
: W , N. ?; marketj
"at.; . present.. til- retail
friers in A^i.eviiJe is 45
"-Anytime. ' you want c'hic
nie anu I w.ii tv.il you who
The turnover of real esl
b"ij; topic ?.>' Vaik amonc t^
just now. ami the way th
spreading, wv w-.il soon al;
pame. Set ms to me that
third of the higher mou
ha- change : :.;;nds Hurinj
yeiur, inciU.hn^ -.yhat ha
the Reserv.it ion..
Mr.! Li-wit. the mar|
-writes me i h- it at>.>ut the
the month hX^will have v
a plan that he'.' thinks wil
f , r our poultry growers
suier. As soon "as this is ;
injr will oe called.
BAND GIVES CONCER T
The Municipal Band ren- ?;.-vi i
most enjoyable qoncert SitTirda
evening, initiating the hew* '.-'barii
stand. The boys surpasses; the'
? ei-ves ? in previous -cnterta ?n. ; *
w ".h tKi-ir excellent se'vetio -
EIGHT CAMPS OPEN
DIRECTORS EXPECT FINEST
SEASON IN HISTORY
The- various camps situated in the
? immediate vicinity Of Brevaru haw
all :<?|M rved for the 1825 season, with
aprcxinvateiy i.iUHi campers in at
tendance. The iarj,-v?t numbers are
from Southern States, though all sec
tions of the country are represented
and sonic from foreign countries are
imiijij: Uie vast throng of hoys and
cainps were complete
_ opened July 2.
*?? u approximately 8<? trials. The
> directors are Mrs. F. 0. Mc
n and .Miss Fannie Holt. Key
e, is the pioiK-er girl > camp in
vanl. now pnteriojr upon its tenth
?' M>n. A commodious gymn^smns.
recreation building* has bctn re
tly constructed', and other im
" ?ve;ne:;ts made, 'o- fit the camp df
nds year "by ar. The councilors
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ONE HUNDRED PALMETTO Q
PUBLISHERS ARRIVE FOR
THREE DAY MEET
The South Carolina Press Asso
ciation, one hundred stronjr. repre
senting the leading newspapers of
the Palmetto State, and headed by
J. Rion McKissick. editor an<l pub
lisher of the Greenville Piedmont,
arrived in Brevard Wednesday after
noon for the annual convent ion of
the association, which will come to
a close here Friday morninjr.
This is the first time in the history
of the association, that it has held
its convention outside of South Car
On Thursday, at 11:3(1 o'clock,
the members of the North Carolina
Press Association, in convention at
AsheVille, will arrive in Brevard for
a joint session in Erevan! There
will be approximately one hundr >d
North Carolina delejiates at the
The CKa Tiber of (Vmnicrcc ha
arramred a delightful and impr^siv-"
program of entertainment for the
visitors, the ..first event of whi.-h will
lVe .a barbecue tendered the delegates
wt Glenn Cannon Falls on Wednes
day afternoon. A . dance at :b ?
JKnmklin Hotel, to be given by th
hotel- nianairemorn. will be the cl?>; -
in event of Wednesday. On Thurs
day the a. -i/'.'ition will hold a bus*
ine,<s meeting durintf- the forenoon,
and at 1!':.'?0, o'clock will hold th
joint session with the North -Carolina
Pre- ; . - , ' . '
WALHALLA CONCERT BAND
ME .'ING AT R^ASONOVER
Canip Reasonover. th? recently es
tablished camp at Cedii? M-ppntaiij. is
the encampment place, t i> week' for
the Walh.dly Concert Bjjj.'ld.
The Camp i.- ow'ne."; by. the .Victor -
Moiiaghan Co. -of Greenville, and is
ir. charge of ?). I.. Courlev.
Kadi week a different group coincs
to can) p. The operatives from the
Apalache. Mill af (Iieer. S. t'.. were
the fir-r to coine to Reasonov .-.
Governor Spends Week
In Western N. Carolina
(By M. L. SillPMAN)
Kaleigh, July ii. ? The throe-tor o,
(Statu affairs has been taking to var
ious organizations meeting in Ashe
vijtt' during the week and has en
gagements to address the Newspaper
Publishers Association and the North
Carolina Press Association in the
same city this week. Bui his ab
sence from the capita! an,! .
has not hunk-red the progress ol an- -
ministration affairs. The vacation
period has taken some departmental
heads and many State employee
out of the city. Inn there is "no le
or hindrance" in the sale of special
license or the collection of speciai
taxes. Governor Doughten will tell
you that if you ask him.
The State's new fiscal policy be
gan to operate on Wednesday, July
1. The system involves an executive
budget law, a budgetary accounting
system and a daily deposit law. 1:
gives the Gov Thor power to exam
ine under uaih a..y ofTit ?-r or head
of any department or institution,
and any clerk >r employee a.::?l re
quires (iepartm tits and institution.
to live Within lii-Mr incomes-. The
law provides for an assistant to the
> ? "
Governor. or. director <?f the budget.
The .chairmen of the House and
.'Senate 'commit' v ; oh fihahce ami
appropriations and two other .persons
appointed by the (iovenior believes
the new system will be popular when
it is better ,un<ie!*stood,
> * "'Th' t? .- S enVi" A nniiai r~ if^e^>tjinjr ..of ..the'
'St-aie !'o:j;-i: of Agriculture will be
l,i!d , i:i the. office of ( ?ommisisi.mT
C^fti'.afn ?beg.ilj'hittg-.oti: W.dtie day o'
this u< ek. The neu members oi
the: Board appointed l>y G over no .'
.Md.ea ir ::VV- K. til ? v.e j: Robei >'or .
? if Buneamhe. .??a'",i.eedire Mrs Ei'jitly
Ya.nderi ilt ; '!". J. Finch, of Randolph,
succeed ;'-hg C. Wright, of W dice
F. 1*. Latham and I'r. c larence Poe
v.erc h-appoimeill It is announce'^
that the principal busin.-s w.ll be
consideration' of the budget for the
new fiscal year, .V. number of livid
agent- will be appointed, but fe\v
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SHOW LARGE li
The increased activity in v . ?
tale transfer.- i> wry clearly ,-ti > w r:
in the increased number oi sales re
corded in June over, the previous
I'. E. Lance and wife to W. E.
Breese, ?>!' 1-li acres 011 H oy;.- ?<!
?J. X- Henderson and wife to
Daisy Henderson. l.'J 1-2 acres in
E. .1. Ewbank ami .wife to Roland
Owen. 48 acres in Dunn's Ruck
R. E. Lawrence to Roland Ow^i:,
100 acres in Dunn's Rock township,
f Frank D. Clement to J. S.' Silver
steen and T . H. Shipman. lot on
J. W. Cobble to W. E. Shipman
and Thos. II. Shipman, lot on West
X. A. Miller and wife to I.. C.
ChappelL of Fla., 3 lots adjoining
lands of J. L. Bell.
Dunn's Rock Building Co.. to T.
p. Allen and wife and S.'E. Green
wood. tract of land on Broad -street.
J. J. Minor's corner.
Thos. H. Shipman and wife to
Lewis P. Hamlin, tract in County.
J. W. Brooks to L. G. Chapjxd!.
of Fla., tract adjoining W: H.
A. 0. Kitchen and wife to J. \V?
Glazener and wife and W. E. Ship
man and wife, 7 acres in Eastfltoe
J ..S. Allison to Thos. S. Woo I
Jr., tract adjoining H. N. Carrier.
R. E. Aiken and wife ami R. S.
Allison and wife to Thos. S. Wood,
Jr., tract in Dunn's Rock township.
Milton Allison rind wife to Thos.
S. Wood. Jr.. tract adjoininv >1. X.
J. K. Ock'-bnai) arid' wife to .1. A.
Glazener ami wife, lol betu.e.
JJ'r aadnd Cod.icshnl shrdlu tmfvvy.
Broad and Caldwell .streets. A
0; Galloway* to J. li. Galloway,
tract adjoipinjj Whitmire Motor Co.
T. S. Wood and wife to Tlulnia U
Fisher. 100 acres adjoining H. N.
J. E. Clayton and wife to V. J.
McCrary .and T. II. Case, tract on
-\. Caldwell street.
T. H. Galloway and wife to New
ton L. Heath, tract adjoining T. F.
Man- and Hawkins.
Laura J. Wilson to W. R. Wilson,
il 00. acres >n County.
T. S. McKinna to U. A. Gray,
tract A. E. I.y.iay.
W. F. Garren and wife to S. M.
Macfie, tract adjoining R. P.Kil
patrick on Railroad street.
L. M. Kuykendall to E. S. Eng
Jis:h, 1). L. English, Lewis I'. Hamlin
and J. S. Nicholson, two tracts on
Cat hey V Creek.
S. ('. Morris and wife to L). R.
Jtoof. <f Florida, two tracts i:?
Dunn's Ruck Township.
C. E. 1 .a nee t" J- W. Burns, tract
Clvde Jones and wife to W. P.
Kimscv. tract in Eastatoe town
J. E. Glafccner to J. E. I.oftis.
D. I . English, trustee, to V. A.
Gray, tract in Boyd township.
11. L. Wilson ai d wife to- Ralph
Fisher utV> I G. H. I'axtoii, .1-0 interest
in >!t lir.i Building.
T. W. Whitmire- and wife and John
O'Doinel! to T. B. Allen and John
Ev.-banks. trad at Main and Gaston
TOURISTS FROM ALL j
PARTS OF GLOBE
HOTELS REPORT MORE GUESTS
IN E. REVARD THAN AT THIS
TIME IN PREVIOUS YEARS
Accojdinjr to the register of the
Chamber of Commerce and repor
cominir in from hotels and tin* v.-:
rious boarding houses, the sun inn-,
influx of visitors is rapidly arriving.
Tho host of strange fares on th.
streets in another self-evident fact
of the increased population. An ui.
precedented number of visitors is
decidedly in evidence for this time
111 ti?c SeuSol). a.*,
noted from practically every South
ern State, as well as many from th
north and east, and even Cuba, and
South Africa are represented b.
dist i n;ru ished quests.
We;\.-rn North Carolina could an-i
would become the mecca for thou.
ands of wealthy Cubans. if thi
section were known in that island,
according to (i. A. Tonieu, wealthy
lawyer, and professor of law at the
University of Mavanna, who i
Spending sonk weeks at tin
!? rank Jin Hotel. ..i Hrevard.
1" or years i have been going t
Xptliorn .\o\\ t ot?k ami New rhiji.a.i .
resorts in tin- summer. * said .Mr.
Tonu u. ".Kit this year a teacher
a private school in Havana told my
joung ?..-:ou about ' t:..- Wonderful
summer camps to be found arouau
Hrevard, so 1 canu here; . 1
this st rtiori of ihe o.ui.i, ,
lightful. ano 1 am -ure tha; a' Cu
bans kin w about W estern Noi\.
ji aii.ima. tiii?e ?>t* k jj', ? l.v:: _ y
would come here by th- th-. .
in the suinm, r: \Y . N..r;i i t .. ?
olina is so jsraVn e;. .e'r ana .iiiu'r.
pleasant to reach than imrthi-rn at.
eastern resort points, and 1 find
scener\ and fi'tnati- j ,c. ;; pivt.:
aide to that of other ;>iac? > tilt:
States which 1 have visited:'
Mr. To me u :va.- sent a <]Ua!itii
of \\ estel n .M-hn < ':u <.:.i!a lilt l.il:..
to his friend- in Havana; and u.'-v .
that \\ ester: i North- ?? at j>o.. ...
advertise in. i uhit t>?r next scarou.
.Mr. I onieu is accomparied by .-.i : .
'1 onieti. their s .? .'.'and .Vliss Estniia
l.amar. ail. ul Havana.
An<i.iK-r ??. - .a^ui.-iK i
our midst i.? Mt>. Sam wai./i.
1 al'e loWX Sou.i: AtVua. w?o ? ..
I i % ? 1 1 1 St . v. i I.. 4VcCA*j ?lv Lii-' i\ . g
a . ,t.: l , :iri
.?? . ^ .w.\i xyiis : >! a nuiiiVci/ ??.
ii V JJj .VI v.' a. ?? ,.i.
. flvl iiuit i li) ?v Ui.Mi n..
? i i n xt..
lu.-ieed 'jv-ar- mic nas :Kei. ...
this country since .\o\vii.:., and
spent the greau-r. jiiiri oj
umii ju.w lur molncr ;n
i eie?.-.#ur}r, i a, X:>. Waish tf,.
pi esse.- ihtmmi a.- uelijrnicd wiiu
this section ol the coum0 and .v...
lea, an ? Ul v;t|iiuj io:
-Hr. Walsh foreign i cprc.-c...
ti\e tor ihoi?i?s Kaomsuj, j,. >,u:
i-id., 0f hntiaii.i, blUMers ..i iiou
and Woo. 4 .vo.-.i... ^.a^.o. rv'
ile rej.resint, uos iw.i. ,n ApuJ,
i'ldia. opain an : .vi.xub.
Air. and . .Mis. ....
;,S. U, ",J^'?'^.y hi tile
Nigeria, one ,L,.^uiL-r i.;. .
land, and their vdun^t si .-.i?n,' .. i.
?'I six years, is m Brev'aro witn his
mother. Mr. ju>|| (|
wife ami voun^ son in this c?unti..
at some future date.
Bre\ard has also been hij;h!>. hon
ored the past week in having num
bered on its jruest list :i,e name o.
Dr. Howard Kelly, oi liainmoie.
a s>urjre^n of world-wide reputation,
an author of standard works in /ur
jfety and medicine, ami of nundini.
oj articles in inedical j. uinais. Ai:
a brilliant carter as , i*nessu: ,>;
Gynecoiopy at Johns flopKias 1 .
\er.- ty, he is givijjjf .
special research while . oii.in:;-!:- :
Emeritus rro/essor a Woiins iJo}>ki...
and c> nductiii^r his personal prac
tice. With many oh'ic ai and tut::
t.:u}:y c.<>::neete t a:,.. . ..4,
seVetai aniversit es, Keilv iiv..
bie'n honored by scitutiiic socrcttv.
throughout the eiviiitied worM. is an
authority <ju ir.ci.jiii, and a;i ardent
ai.d enthusinstii; student of the
theoiy of ev ;lu;:or.. He has studied
THE PRAYER CORNER
THE HOPE OF THE WORLD
"We, here in America," said '-'-e
of our srrcat I'n i<l< ?. i , ii
hands the hupc uf the world, tr;e
fate of the coming year.-. A:i<J
shame and disgrace will i>r our f
in our eyes the li^ht of his resolve
is dimmed, if we trail in the dust,
the golden hopes of men. if on
this new continent we merely hu;!.d
another country" of , jrreat but ur;
justly divided materia! prosperity,
we shail have done nothing, and w?
shall do little, it we .-hall mvr? y
set the greed of envy against ? ???t
greed of arrogance, and therebj
stroy the well Oeinir of all of u.-. T i
turn this government either ?
government by a piuio?"ra?:y or <o
ernment by a moh. wouli! he to re
peat on a la ore scale. the iamentabl**
failures of the world that is ?ie:;d.''
We stan. I against all tyranny by
the few or by the i atr. \V. ;, J
for the rule ??of the mai.y in the .n
terest of all of us. for *he ruie 'f
the many in a >pir * o: . o jraf . < f
common sense <.r hiyh pur,/?.i- ,
above all in a spiri; <>f kii.dly jj
tice towards e'-cry man ano ? ?.- ?
woman. We not :;n rely ; imit. ' -
insist that there mu-- b?- .'-If c:,r
trol on the part ? f th- people.
they must keenly pen-.- : ? ;r
duties as well as the riirh:- <>f t: .
but We also i: sis' that .h ? pi -
can do nothing unle-- tiiey Rut ?
ly have.- but exercise 1" ti.e ft: 1
.their own rights.
The worth of ouv ?- "???J
ment depends upon in r;ir in _'?>? i
faith, an experiai- " r ~ t
ha- ever !.?-??: ? ? ? .<? <j> ...? ??
racy, '1!1 the -cab- 1< l a euntOK-llt, .o.'j
;i scale as v;:-' a- th ? h.yh----;
pil es of the ( ?ld- World. Sure!;
is worth while to >>!* ?? ..n !e;. ' ?
which it is worth while ;? -atr.: ??
much for our idea! :he rule ? f a!!
the people in a spirit of fri- -ms! <?
brotherhood toward each and ? ??? ? ry
one of the people.
PRAYER FOR AMERICA. THE
HOPE OF THE WORLD
(iud of our f:.'hv ?- bv -vhose V
mighty fb::d ott.* rath'-- \v -r ? -d
into this gr-.-ajt !??:;<?. ? 1 . .i>, ?? hi ?
descendants. to remember that we
hold in our hands the hope >'f th*
world, the fate of the coining year
Lei the light of- hi/;; ?Iv.
be dimmed in our ey e.-._r ur the v'"
den hope- of ni. trailed ii. ire
(jive us (Trace build '???: th:> .v
continent. a c ur.try w::< i*
1'he Lord. Jiay we stand again?!,
all tyranny in t h ? - few or the many,
stand- for the rule of the many ii
the inter-: -t of al!; f-r the rule <f
the many in a spirit of courage. <.t
common sense. of high purpose,
above all in a - nirit i f khidly justice:
tovvanU every man and every wo
man. Enable us to insist that there
must be self control on the par: of
the people, that they must keenly
perceive their own dutie.-. as well as
the rights of others, never forgetting
that we. the people -can do nothing,
unless we not merely have, but exer
cise to the full, our own rights.
Open our eyes to see tint 'he
worth of our great experiment de
pends upon its being-in good faith,
an experiment in true democracy or.
the s'-ale of a continent. .>n a scale
as vast as the mightiest empires of
the Old World. Reveal to us what
a noble ideal il is. an idea! for
which it is worth while to sv.-ve an
idea! for which it is worth while to
sacrifice miich. for it is the rr.le of
all the people in a spirit of friend
liest brotherhood towa.-ds each and
' every one of the poopU*. And unto
Thee. God of our fathers and our
! (iod. -hall be all the prai-e throujrh'
i Jesus Chris'., our Lord. Amen1-.
? C. D. C.
.the Uible by scientific methods, and
believes the whole Book, setting fc.r
i his authoritative views of same in
his recent book. "A Scientific Man
And The Bible."
Dr. Kelly has returned to Balti
more after honoring Brevar i with
his presence for several days. He
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