EXPECT 100 MEN
AT GREAT MEETING
Stikeleather, Lucas and Green
ville Delegation Coming
to the Meeting
DINNER TO BE SERVED
AT THE MASONIC HALL
Woman's Bureau Is Giving An
Dinner at 7 o'clock
With many prominent out-of-town
visitors present, thfc Brevard Cham
ber of Commerce ana the Woman's
Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce
will hold a jooint meeting Thursday
night in the Masonic Lodge hall, at
which plates for more than one hun
dred men and women are being laid.
Among the prominent men who will
be here for the occasion are the
James G. Stikeleather, highway
commissioner of this district.
J. Paul Lucas, of Charlotte, vice
president of the Southern Public
F. G. Hamblen, president, and L.
M. Glenn, secretary, of the Green
ville Chamber of Commerce; B. H.
Peace, editor and publisher of The
Greenville News, 0. P. Mills and W.
('. Cleveland, of Greenville, promin
ent men of the South Carolina city
and large property owners in this
Good roads, good business, good
fellowship, are to be the names of
discussion at the big meeting, which
is one of the largest undertakings in
the history of the local Chamber of
The Woman's Bureau is preparing
the dinner and will serve it, a dinner
as nearly all-Transyivania grown as
The following committee has
charge of the preparations for the
Chamber of Commerce, and tickets
are being sold to all citizens who de
sire to attend and take part in the
community's efforts for community
?ferry Jerome, J. W. Smith, Mack
Allison, J. S. Bromfield, T. G. Miller
and Fred Johnson are in charjre of
The Chamber of Commerce is re
ceiving more inquiries than ever be
fore at this season of the year, ac
cording to Secretary Mattie K. Lewis
and a big season is predicted, provid
ing the citizens work together in
bringing this business here.
FIFT Y MEN TO GROW
TOBACCO THIS YEAR
Preliminary Work Is Already
Underway ? Brevard Bank
Financing the Plan
Fifty men in Brevard and Tran
sylvania county have signified their
intention of taking advantage of the
Brevard Banking company's recent
uffer to finance the growing of an
acre of ground in tobacco for fifty
The work of starting the project
is well under way, the preliminary
work of planting the seed being in
charge of Julian A. Glazener, as
sisted by his class in vocational agri
culture. The work is being started
on the T. T. Loftis property west of
Mr. Glazener states that meetings
are being arranged for different
sections of the county, at which time
instructions and plans for further
carrying on the growth of the to
bacco plants will be given to those
men who are undertaking this work.
Following is a list of the men who
have agreed to raise, one acre of to
bacco on their fafms:
Wilson Poole, T. G. Miller, R, L.
Xicholson. W. C. Allison, J. M. Kil
patrick, W. W. Galloway, J. H. Con
ner, D. M. Orr, Ed. Mackey. Vol
McCrary, W. M. Waldrop, W. J.
Owen, M. 0. McCall. W. C. McCall,
K. L. Gash, Harold Hart, Carl Alli
son, Jim Queen, Fate Mitchel, V.
M. Owenby, L. F. Lyday, H. L. Cad
waltader, Cloud Shuford, Otto Alex
ander, Henry Gillespie.
E. Paxton, A. H. Gray. W. W
Pruitt. R. I,. Capps, J. L. O'Shields
J E. Clayton, Martin Shipman, W
I j. Townsend, .T. L. Merrill, T. P
Galloway Jr., Edwin English, Cole
man Galloway, J. H. Pickelsimer, H
i M. Merrill, Boyd Lyday, Charlie Gil
' lespie, C. W. Talley, Avery Morgan
M. L. Anders. W. M. McCall, J. W
Burnett, E. W. Galloway, F.. M
Cantrell, H. P. Nicholson.
MEET WITH C. F C
Regular Kiwanis meeting, schec
uled to be held Thursday at noo!
has been set for Thursday night s
7 o'clock at which time the Kiwan'
Club will joii. the Chamber of Con
merce and the Woman's Bureau i
the big dinner meeting to be Iteld i
the Masonic Hall.
It is pointed out liy the offieer
of the K'wanis Club 1hat attendant
credit will be given members for g
tending the Chamber of Commeri:
W W N C GIVES TOWN
G. O. Sheppard and Clyde
Smith Guests of the
FOR TOWN AND COUNTY
Great Crowd Hears Officials
Tell of Operation of
Brevard Kiwanians enjoyed the
jgratest meeting in the history of the
[club last Thursday noon, when G.
O. Sheppard and Clyde Smith, man
ager and assistant manager of Sta
tion VV VV N C, The Asheville
Citizen's broadcasting station, were
guetss of honor at the meeting. Be
[irinning promptly at 12 o'clock, as
jthe members and guests were seated
'about the table, a special Brevard
j program was broadcast over W W
N C, in which the beauties of this
community, its natural advantages,
its agricultural progress and manu
facturing possibilities were given in
detail. After this tribute to the
community, a special musical pro
gram was given in Brevard's honor,
lasting until 12:30, when Messrs
Sheppard and Smith began their
The speakers gave the Brevard
men some idea of how a broadcasting
station is operated, its obstacles and
its achievements. Mr. Sheppard urg
ed the citizens to make suggestions
to the station, asserting that the
only way the officials there could
determine just the kind of programs
that pleased the people or was not
so good, was for the people to let
their impressions be known to the
j Mr. Smith told of the commercial'
[side of the proposition, saying that
I no magic wand was moved across the
I station and enabled the operators to
'provide a continuous service from 8
o'clock in the morning until 12
i o'clock midnight. It takes money,
land lots of it. There are but few
jways in which the company can
.raise money: Through advertising
tover the radio, just like newspaper
advertising, and through the mem
Ibership in the radio club, just like
the subscription list is to the news
The visit of the two gentlemen to
Brevard meant much to this com
j munity, and all citizens who had the
i pleasure of meeting with them and
I hearing them expressed great delight.
! Win. E. Breese introduced the speak
ers, and thanked the radio officials
for the Kiwanis club and for the
town and county for selecting a Bre
vard man to broadcast the Sunday
School lessons every Saturday eve
ning over W W N C.
A Majestic radio was installed
in the dining room for the occasion.
This was done by Houston Furni
ture company, local Majestic agents.
REGULAR COMMUNICATION AT
DUNN'S ROCK MASONIC LODGE
Regular meeting of Dunns Rock
Masonic Lodge will be held Friday
night at the Masonic Hall, beginning
at 8 o'clock. The third degree will
be conferred at this time.
SUPERIOR COURT CONVENES
HERE NEXT MONDA J MORNING
Error In Last Week's Copy Confused Many Citizens ? Two Days
of Criminal Court and Civil Docket Comes Up on Wednes
day Morning ? List of Jurors Given.
Error was made in tne Court Cal
endar copy given The Brevard News
last veek for publication creating
the impression that court convenes
one week later thf.n is the case.
Superior Court will convene next
Monday morning, with criminal
cases scheduled for Monday and
Tuesday, and the civil docket to be
taken up Wednesday morning. There
are but few cases oii the criminal
docket, most of these being appeals
from General County Court and
[others continued from the last term
of Superior court.
! .Judge Oglesby and Solicitor J.
Will PTess, Jr., will constitute the
court convening Monday morning.
It is believed -the case of the Shad
ricks will be taken up either Mon
day or Tuesday, and disposed of.
These were given preliminary hear
ing in Mayor Whitmire's court Tues
Following is a list of the jurors
who have been summoned to serve
during the two weeks term of Su
perior court convening Monday:
T. C. Henderson, Lake Toxaway,
R-l ; J. E. Calloway, Brevard; C. Y.
Patton. Brevard; P. L. Gallamore,
Brevard: N. Morris Brevard: H. H.
Israel, Cherryfield; J. D. Cantrell,
Brevard; J. M. Bryson, Brevard; L.
E. Powell, Brevard, R-l ; J. F. Lance,
Cherryfield ; G. D. Simpson, Brevard ;
Clvde Blythe, Brevard: W. H. Sen
tell, Brevard; T. H. Shpiman. Bre
C. E. Tinsley, Brevard; W. H. Un
derwood, Brevard; S. M. Macfie, i
Brevard; H. P. Chapman, Lale Tox- 1
away, R-l: L. M. Simpson, Brevard;!
Barney Chapman, Lake Toxaway; C. I
E. Hogsed, Brevard; W. E. Shipman.1
i Brevard; I. F. Shipman, Brevard;
Spergon Owen, Lake Toxaway; H.
B. Glazener, Brevard; J. L. Garren,
Brevard; T. H. Case, Brevard; G.
D. Ward, Brevard.
E. W. Hamlin, Brevard; W. T.
Whitmire, Brevard, R-3; J. L. Mer
rill, Pisgah Forest; D. P. Kilpatrick,
Brevard; V. C. Orr. Penrose; R. E.
Mackey, Pisgah Forest; J. R. Ma
honey, Rosman; J. A. Gillespie, Bre
vard, R-2; G. W. Bowen. Brevard;:
.1. II. Raxter, Brevard; M. A. Mull, !
Brevard; F. G. Norton, Brevard;
Jess Breedlove, Lake Toxaway; W.
U. Merrill. Brevard; S. II. Gillespie,)
W. II. Edens, Rosman; Spurgeon 1
McCall, Balsam Grove; John F'tfher.
Penrose; J. N. Whitmire, Brevard;
II. E. Morrison, Rosman; Y. J. Mc
Crary, Brevard ; II. W. Paxlon, Ron
man: E. C. Wilson, Brevard; George
R. Nicholson. Brevard; W. J. McCall,
Balsam Grove; J. A. Miller, Bre
ivard; M. L. Galloway, Brevrad.
J. L. Waldrop, Brevard, R-3 ; C.
|H. Glazener. Rosman; J. F. Case,
i Brevard ; Guy Dean. Brevard ; R. F.
:Tharp, Brevard; J. L. Morris, Bre
vard ; Morrison Baynard ; T. E.
Blythe. Brevard, R-3; Freeman Hays,
Rosman; Coy Compton, Brevard,
R 3; L. C. Galloway, Rosman; Ralph
The docket for the civil term, be
ginning next Wednesday, follows:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1930
9 ? Montvale Lumber Co. V. Ernest
Paxton et al
10 ? Bessie Davidson V. Ralph Fisher
26 ? Spurgeon Owen V. 0. W. Clay
ton (On over protest of Def.)
27 ? Nichols et al V. Wilkins et al
28 ? Hamilton V. Rutherford et al
29 ? Winchester V. Smith et al.
THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1930 |
41 ? J. R. Whitmire V. A. B. Owen j
?13 ? Kinnie Craft V. Gloucester Lum
4 -J ? T. A. English V. W. H. Duck- j
worth et ux
45 ? T. A. English V. Gillespie et al j
FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1930
48? C. G. Keith V. Cha:,. Ashworth
49 ? Winnie King, Admx. V. Ro3man
Tanning Extract Co.
50? -Hosea Lee .V Bumgarncr Bros. j
52? C. J. S. Parsons V. J. B. S. Mc- ,
SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1930
MOTIONS & DIVORCES
7 ? Cos Paxton V. J. II. Pickelsimer f
1G ? Victor Thomas V. Lois Thomas
19? Lyday and Shipman V. Mathis
21 ? Hovey V. Hovey
36 ? Fred Harris V. Ola Harris I
54 ? R. A. Conley V. Transylvania
31 ? Warren V. Bland
58 ? Henry V. Anderson
59 ? Tinsley V. Mortgage Co.
GC ? Carr V. Carr
MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1930
?12 ? Fidelity and Guarantee Co. V.
Board of Education et al
-Sullivan-Marklev Hardware Co. I
V. Board of Education et al
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1930
18- Standard Motor Co. V. Lowe
32 ? Lowe Motor Co. V. C. E. English
33 ? Lowe Motor Co. V. Cole Owen
47? C. E. Lowe V. S. R. Joines
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1930
'55- ? Duke Power Co. V. R. L. Stokes
57 ? Reeves V. Carolina Power and
Light Co. (On over protest of
1 61 ? Lyday V. Ramseur et al
jo2 ? Sallie Osteen, Admx. V. Brevard
Light and Power Co. et al
1 63 ? Arthur Sentell. Admx V. Carr
j THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1930
68 ? Moss V. Ralph Fisher
t69 ? T. A. English V. W. H. Harris
70 ? Susquahanna Furniture Co. V.
W. B. Walker
'71 ? 1). L. Einglish V. R. L. Cansler
? 72 ? J. S. Bromfield V. Public Utili
BOUND TO COURT
I Went on Warpath Saturday,
aired Several Heads Were
Badly Banged Up
WILL BE TRIED IN NEXT
WEEK'S SUPERIOR COURT
Interesting Evidence at Prelim
inary Hearing ? The Trio
Resting in Jail i
Joe Shadrick, Jess Shadrick, Jini
Shadrick and Bud Pressley were Riv
en preliminary hearing in Mayor
Whitmire's court"" Tuesday morning,
on two warrants charging- assult and
assult with intent to kill. The three
Shadricks were bound over to Su
perior court, while Bud Pressley was
not connected in the evidence with
Evidence showed that the Shad
rick boys, and another man went to
the home of Alonzo Holden Satur
day-night, where the latter was given
a severe beating. Mrs. Holden testi
fied that she was at h.;r son's house
next door, when she heard the rack- j
et, and ran into her own home. There j
she found, she swore ,o?ie of the
Shadricks ac one door, and another:
Shadrick at the other door, while two
men :n the room were beating her
husband. She was not allowed to en
ter, =he said, the Shadricks on the
door- threatening her if she at
tempted to enter the house. She
swore that one of the Shadricks
knocked her daughter down when
the (laughter made effort to go cc
her' father's rescue.
After leaving the Holden home,
the Shadricks, it was testified, au ;
anothi -ian not indentified, rushed
past tl barber shop nearby, where
several men had rushed out when
they heard the screaming in the
Holden home. The Shadricks, it was I
testified, knocked these men down i
as they came to them. In the crowd ,
was Looney Owen, who turned the ,
Shadrick trick on themselves, it was,
testified, and laid one of the Shad- j
rick boys out.
Several heads all wrapped up
were about the court house, mute
evidence of the terrific forc<? of what
is commonly called on the street"
"The Shadrick Rebellion." Arrests
were made by Sheriff T. K. Patton.
Jr., Deputy Tom Wood and Chief of
Police Freeman, who were called to
the scene and made the arrests.
Their case will come up next Mon
day or Tuesday, it is believed, Ralph
| R. " Fisher and Pat Kimzey appeared
for the boys and will defend them
in the higher court.
KEYSTONE CAMP REPORTS
GOOD YEAR'S PROSPECTS
I Word has been received from Miss
| Fannie Holt, director of Keystone
Camp for Girls at Brevard, that she
is anticipating an unusually good
camp season this year. Miss Holt
states that registrations are coming
in better this year than ever before,
and that a splendid and happy season
is expected. Miss Holt is planning
to arrive in Brevard about June 1st
to remain through the season, which
will be welcome news to her many
friends here. "
Time for Closing Automobile Opportunity Draws
Near; Is Your Name on the Eligible List? \lrho
Will Drive That New Car Home? Better Hurry
Is your name on the list, and is j
your estimate in the office.
Are you going to let this oppor- 1
tunity to win a brand new Chevrolet |
Coach, absolutely free, go by the
board simply beqause you will not i
take a moment's time in which to
make your estimate and place it
with those other wide awake citizens
who are trying?
Some one is going to win this car
, i ? why not YOU?
, | The Brevard News is giving a new
? Chevrolet Coach, fully equipped,
.filled with gas and oil and ready to
-Iride, to the subscriber who"~ makes
the nearest corrcct estimate of the
population of Transylvania county.
In case of tie, those tying are share
and share alike in the prize, and can
settle it agreeably to themselves.
THE OFFER MAY CI.OSE ON
It is likely that it will close on
You have, therefore, but a- f?;w
days longer in which to get jjfbr es
timate in the office and ent*6d on
the list of eligibles.
The only requirement is that any
one to be eligible to win the car
must have their subscription paid up
in full for the year 1930.
If you are not now a subscriber,
you can qualify by subscribing and
paying one year's subscription to
The Brevard News.
Following are the names and ad
dresses of those who had entered
estimates up to the close of lasf
week. Several came in this wee!
!?ut we had not the time to plaet
",lMyr names in the paper. They wil!
be added to the list in next week's
Mrs. B. F. Beasley, Brevard; Mrs.
L. M. Watkins, Rosman; B. M. Mull,
Brevard,, R-3; L. P. Lyday, Brevard,
R-2; Jas. P. Cannon, Rosman; Mrs.
R. 0. Rice, Rosman; Sid Barnett,
Pisgah Purest; F. Y. Patton, Pisgah
Forest; Ed McCoy, Pisgah Forest.
Mrs. Lee F. Norton, Toxaway;
Rev. J. L. Bragg, Rosman; J. If.
Scott, Stanley; E. R. Echerd, Canton;
|A .Cannon, Salem, S. C.; Sam Gilles- (
pie, Cherryfield; C. H. Trowbridge,
Weaverville; C. C. Morris, Brevard,
I R-2; Mrs. Chas. N. Rogers, Blon
heim, S. C.
; C. E. Hampton, Gadsden, Ala.; J
F. F. Corbin, Rosman; Mrs. W. C.
Morris, Pisgah Forest; W M. Cloud,
Brevard ; E. P. Galloway, Dacusville,
' S. C. ; Jackie Clayton, Brevard; Mrs.
j M. Shackelford, Badin, X. C. : Mrs.
?Carl Frady, Brevard; J. C. Hender
json, Webster, N. C.; Mrs. V. C. M or
| A. M. Paxton, St. Petersburg; C.
J. S. Parsons, Sapphire, Mrs. Z. \V.
j Nichols, Brevard; C W. Tallev, Pen
rose ; W. M. Henry, Brevard ; Mrs.
D. L. English, Brevard ; Ira D. Gal
loway, Brevard; Roland Owen. Bre
vard; Floyd Gash, Lenoir, N. C. ; W.
D. Gash, Chester. Pa.
E. L. Gash, New Orleans. La.;
Margaret Gash, New York; Mrs. W.
E. Deaver, Morganton; Chester Gal
lamore, Boothwyn, Pa.; Mrs. F. V.
1 Batson, Brevard R-l ; R. C, Galloway.
Gloucester, Ohio; Philip G. Clarke,
: Spartrijhorg; Mrs. P. P. Sledge,
? F.reva^MiLE. Byrd, Brevard: R. P.
1 K il patipMfttf v;,'d.
V. C. Moore, Brevard R-l ; E. H.
Kitchin, Candler; M. II. Holliday,
Penrose; Mrs. I. T. Newton, Chad
bourne. N. C. ; J. A. Schachner, Bre
vard; E. S. English Jr, Brevard; H.
S. Loftix, Brevard; Mrs. Sue P.
Deaver, Brevard; Mrs. W. B. Rus
tin, Penrose; J. W. Nicholson, Pisgah
Forest; G. T. Lyday, Brevard R-2.
W. B. Cohen, Charleston; Mrs. Joe
Corbett. Brevard R-2 ; T. A. Miller.
Brevard R-l; J. W. Hamet, Dacus
ville, S. C. ; Mrs. Grace E. Jordan,
Brevard R-3; Mrs. A. B. Moore,
Brevard; T. G. Miller, Brevard; Mrs.
Aston Heath. Brevard; E. F. Gilles
pie, Brevrad; Rev. J. II. West, Bre
vard; Mrs. J. A. Moore, Charlotte; J.
, M. Grant, Phoebus, Va.
Mrs. YV. C. Gravely, Brevard R-l ;
A H Houston, Brevard; J. S. Brom
field, Brevard; Mrs. Hazel MeOall,
Penrosie; Lillian M. Shulor. Easley;
C. E. Campfield, Pisgah Forest; R.
j W. Owen, Cherryfield; J. T. Harri
json, Sapphire; Lily P Hoffman, New
i Jersey; Mrs. jasper Orr, Brevard; C.
j M. Grant, Brcvad; Louis Johnson,
; Brevard- Grady Kilpatrick, Brevard;
j W. D. Glazener, Brevard R-l ; R. L.
Raines. Brevard; H. P._ Jewel, Bre
: vard R-3. '? ,
Clyde Case, Pisgah Fort?; Webli
Hollingsworth, Pisgah Forest? Cole I.
Lee, Lake Toxaway; La verne Wat
ers, Brevard; G. K. Witmer. Mont
gomery , Ala.; Mrs. Mary J. Burgess
Lake Toxaway; Miss Nellie High
, tower, Longview, Wash.; Mack M
I Raines, Rosman; W. M. Henderson
?Brevard; W. H. Grey, Penrose; E
D. Ow.fn, Brevajd.
I G. M. Justus, Brevard; Harrisoi
Rhodes. Pisgah Forest; Oscar Gallo
way, Lake Toxaway ; Vance Gallo
way, Lake Toxaway; Mrs. J. T..
Mims, Sumner, Ga. ; A. K. Lewis
How "about YOU? Don't wait
dont' put ItfTjff. Take the figures be
iow and study out your estimate
get your subscription fixed right, am
stand in line to win this car. It cost'
nothing extra, and the study you pul
in is simply studying about youi
This offer is open to all people
Our regular correspondents cat
enter their estimates, of course, a
their subscription is paid throu0-!
their splendid work in sending ii
the news of the county.
Come on, read and study the fig
ures below, and then get your esti
mate in and stand to earn this fin'
new Chevrolet Six Coach.
In 1890 the population of th
county was 4,000.
In 1900 the population of thi
county was 6,020.
In 1910 the population of th
county was 7,800.
In 1920 th(v" population of th
county was 9.503.
Jn 1920 the vote- in the count
In 1922 the vote in the count
was 3,645. ^
In 1924 the votSvin the count
In 1926 the vote in the count
In 1298 the vote in the count
l was 3,983.
m VERNER WINS
Brings High Honor ta County
and the County Schools
* ?** ' '
STATEWIDE VICTORY FOR
YOUNG BREVARD LADY
Now Eligible for Nationa! Con
test ? Friends Hoping She
Will Win Highest. Award
Distinction of a high nature has
been accorded Miss Laura Verner, in m
that she has been awarded the stato
prize for North Carolina in the sec
ond annua! Gorgas Memorial Kssay
Contest, sponsored by the Gorgas
! Memorial Institute of Tropical and
.Preventive Medicine. In addition
I to receiving this hi^-h honor. Miss
I Verner was also recipient of a cttsfc
jprisie in the form cf a check from
the national sponsors.
Miss Verner, who is the daughter
of Superintendent and Mrs. ?S, P.
Verner, and a member of tbe senior
class of 1930 of th? Brevard High
School, was winner among three
[contestants from the local High ?
School, winning a bronze medal,
thereby entitling: hc-r to ente r the
state contest in which she was win
ner over many other contestants.
Having won n the -tatc contes*.
Miss Verner will now be el itri bTe to
enter the national contest, compet
ing for first prize among e thers con
testing in the nation.
Forty-two students in as many
states in the nation won Gorga< Me
morial Institute cash prize- for the
best essays written in their respect
jive states, and 212 students won
Gorgas medals for writing the best
essay in their schools. total of
4,741 essays were entered in the
In achieving this distinct honor by
writing the best essay as adjudged
by national judges, thereby winning
first place in the state of North Car
olina, Miss Verner has accomplished
a commendable piece of work, re
flecting credit upon herself, hc-r
school and the community in which
I she lives. Her many friends art*
! congratulating her on this honor
'conferred upon her and predict for
her the winning of first place in the
ifinal national contest.
HERE FRIDAY NIGHT
Prizes Being Offered for Best
In the Several Classes ?
Big Crowd Expected
Great interest is being taki'ti in
the Old Fiddlers Contest to be staged
this Friday evening at 8 o'clock, ill
tiie auditorium of the Brevard High
School. Five prizes are to be given
winners, three in solo work :>nd two
for string band excellence. The best
banjo solo, either playing and
singing or playing alone, will be
awarded with a Swan hat given by
the A. C. Glazener company. The
best fiddle solo will draw a prize ><t
a dress shirt given by Plummer'*
Department store. The best in
mandolin, guitar, or other string in
strument, a prize will be awarded by
Pushell's Department store. The
best two or three piece band will re
ceive a cash prize, as will the best
I rendition by a string1 band of four
lor more pieces.
! Men from all parts of the county
I have been "tuning up" their old in
struments, and are coming with
Iblood in their eye to win these
prizes. It is expected that a large
crowd will attend the affair, as the
proceeds go to the athletic fund in
paying off debts incurred last year in
giving Brevard fine baseball and oth
er sports events of the high school.
jsHIPMAN RETURNS FROM
WEEK IN NEW YORK CITY
T. H. Shipman, president of The
I Brevard Banking company, has re
turned from New York City, where
he spent a week on business. The
! 'Brevard banker expresses belief that
i! financial conditions will show some*
i improvements within the near future.
? j He says, however, that there can be
no real revival of business until
? something is started which will give
| employment to working people.
I I Progress is founded on production,
he points out, and when working men
I'are not producing, there can be hut
i little activity.
ATTEND TAX MEET
Much interest is being manifest
lin the tax meeting scheduled to be
held in Raleigh on March 31st. The
rate on real estate, which it is point*
ed out is excessive, is doing much
to prolong the period of depression,
advocates of a new measure. afseYt.
I The following men from this town
[and county have been appointed by
Mayor T. W. \yhitmire and Chair
man J. H. Pickclsimer to attend the
Jmeeting next Monday:
i' i J. S. Silversteen, T. G. Miller, W.
,W. Croushorn. Carl Moltz. R. R.
iFisher. S. \Y. Radford. J. S. Rro in
field, \V. E. Breese, J. F. Barrett.