Opportunity's Empire-Wayncsvillc Altitude 2,850 feet-Unsurpassed Natural Resources for the Location of Manufacturing Industries
Volume XXXVII. Number 1.1
Waynesville, Haywoul County. North Carolina, Thuis lay, March 2fi, 1923
$2 00 o Year in Advance
REVIVAL SERVICES TO ENTERTAIN HERE WOMANS AUXILIARY THE RALEIGH NEWS WINS IN CONTEST T. F. GLENN WRITES
KKVIVAL; SERVICES i AT THE
()n Thursday evening Rev. J. T.
Mangum will oegin the revival ser. the air of Marguerite from '.lie ftTS was decU'd, the circles wort (lis- portant as ihe acts of the Cc.reral
vices at the Methodist church, which "Damnation of Faust" in which she solved, the members were drawn into Assembly and was feature', particu
r.re to last through Easter, April 12.!). did a remarkable and difficult bit of m,w ones. w i t li new leaders, and the iarlv Uy the recognition of tsie
On Sunday morning Dr. Gilbert T. acting-. New York Herald, Paris' ic; liytcrian Woman's Auxiliary Supreme Court, the official nnnounce
Rowo, who will conduct the services, Edition, Paris France. Jstarted afresh on its career of usei menl rr0m Governor iMcLcar. lr-lat-
Will preach his first sermon. Dr. Miss Courtney, heralded by fame fulness. ' ing to the State deificit, the beginning
Rowe needs no introduction to a oa both sides of the water, has oi dra- j At the very beginning it was (le- 0f DUf; control by the State and the
Methodist congregation, as he is well matic sopiano ;,f rare purity of tone, led that monthly instiad of quar-' hanrllintr of several matters, ihiefly
known in the church circle as one f fine range and brilliance that is ((.,lv meetings would be held on each) .frivn, the Governor's affairs, dealing
the ablest and most forceful speakers charmingly pronounced. In her the nrst Tuesday, thus preparing the way wlh onf0rcement of laws enuete 1 at
in Southern Methodism. He i.s Book Palis press recognized a young singer f(lr the lirc.le meeting.; the following the ,.ecent session of the Legislature.
urnor anu Mrnor oi me juarieriy
Review of the M. E. Church, South,
Sei-micRS -mill .ho held nr. week dnvs
at 10 o'clock in the morning and at
8 oclock in the evening. Everybody
is cordially invited to attend regularly
NEWLY ORGANIZED AUTOMO
BILE TRADE ASSOCIATION.
The Wayncsviile Automotive Trale
Association met on Wednesday even
ing. Two new members were elect: d:
P. C. Duckworth mid John Swift, J".
The now officers are:
Paul Walker, President.
P. ('. Duckworth, Seey.-Treas.
The following member and direct vs
were present: Roy Martin, Paul
Walker, Albert Abel, John Swift, Sr..
John Swift, Jr.. P. C. Duckworth.
There will be a monthly meeting s.
every sceonn rnursday in eacn mpnt:i.
certain rules and regulations were
adopted and are advertised in another
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section of this paDer. This AsSocia-
tion is for the purpose of promoting
better service to automobile owners.
FARMER-WILLI A MS.
Hartman (Red) Farmer and Miss
Margarea Williams were quietly
married on Monday, March 9. Mrs.
Farmer is the niece of Dr. W. H.
Liner and Mr. Farmer is the son of
W. P. Farmer.
is u neuwT n a nf t" mili
rs , tsi
in ruoay evening miss tueanor
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Garrison, of the Senior Class, gave
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a lovely dance, her guests being the
n, t u- u . , ith. v.
momlbers of the high .school Through-
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"i vve.niiK iiuinii, -s-ciivr- aim
sandwiches were served. Miss Gar
lison was assisted in serving her
guests by her mothers, Mrs. W. C.1
MR. AND MRS. HUGH MASSIE
On Monday evening Mr. and Mis.
Hugh Massie entertained with thre?
tables of cards at their home in Ha-
zidwood. The house was lovely with
its decorations of spring flowers,
After several exciting progressions a
delicious -ce eourste was served,
A.:wng those enjoying Mr. ami Mrs.
Massie's (hospitality wen: Mr. and
Mf... T 1 ,1 . 1 1 T
.mis. j. i.h. Long. xr. ami airs. k. i
Prevost, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyatt,
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Siler, 'Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Richeson and Miss Alice lina the Playmakers are hard at work assenluiC( at tin. home of its secre
()uinlan. building up a special chapter in dra- UrVi M,.s v (; R;ppctoe, in Jan-i-
MRS. G ROVER DAVIS AND MISS
FLORA PALMER AT HOME.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. Graver
Davis and Miss Flora Palmer enter
tained the members of Mrs. J.
Mangum's Sunday school class. Af
ter a businss session a delightful
soeijij hour warj cinj-oyed, durin.r
which Cme the hostesses served
AN ERROR CORRECTED.
I rit'ee r-mung the news items that
I have s.old a piece of property on
Main street to an out-of-town party.
No such trnsaction has taken place but
my lot is for sale.
MARY S. ECTOR.
PROGRAM FOR UNION MEETING,
t .th rf meetinr of
f the Wavnesville Distr et to" be
l ll ik AlW, ICreek RanMt
C TCp M Devotional Rev Hooper
f H lw" d '
M 'Th v , f p
n I f R " W ir Pn 'H
Qn ! p M pl', VlZ.Yv Ar
, c jfn i p Z
o ?p "M Clfh. mZh. rf
i :4ft r M., some oi tne weeos oi
of Allen's Greek Hazelwood Fair-
view QainUnto', Olivet, Jonathan's
ek and Wavnesville A full at-
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tendance from all these churches is
TO APPEVR HERE APRIL 17
! Mis-, Courtney rang with admifu i
hit' mastery if voice and cxpres.sio'i
He mastery of voice and cxpres.sio'i
oi Driniaiu luiure. vaianoiie ume:-
ver, harlotte, N. t. I
Miss Ton rt npv V i nnn nf thu ni.isf
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beautiful voices in the South. It is a
voice of great sweetness and sympa-'
thetic quality. She is dramatic in her
inTl'nutiAnc orwl V, i a tart , a tvw n 11 1 tr-.i'.t
i,, i.i,.,w,,.- uu,i l,,, t ,i.v ' , . , ,
trait enables her to ust her lovely
oice to advamage in i-eprtsentin vir-
ilc interpretations of songs of ever;,
imajrinar.le emotional quality. -Spar-
:anbuig Heialii. Spartanburg, S. C.
Miss Courtney executed the high
and difficult Air de Rezai from
"O.ieron" with ease and prtcision
avoiding all the tra(is for which the
uir is notorious.--New York Herald,
Pans Edition. Paris trance.
In a varied program the many beau-',
tiful qualities of Miss Courtney's
voice were revealed and at all times
liowed complete mastery oi :ier
tones. Combined with her equ'site
innue u.'n.- u nlpncinn, nnrvnno '. itv that
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added much to her singing. Miss
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wui ' - nu an", u, nr. u,
sense of the word. Hickory Daily
Record, Hickory, N. C.
A beautiful voice, a charming per-
sonality and crace of (manner were
combined last evening when Miss
Gertrude Courtney appeared in Mem-
trial Hall in concert. Her voire is
exqusitee and she sang with depth of
feeling and most intelligent interpre -
tation. wmston-saiem Joamci, win.
l.,:nn WlnntAft .Vm Tiirmi.1 Win
ston-Salem, N. C.
t.- r. . t. r ;
. , S U"lrney W'n ne'rem,e' ' .
oom in singinjf ana 'peia at me
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Conservatoire American Fontaine-
uieau, r ranee. ne macie nee uenui
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m Paris with TOrcheslre de Paries.
tur ( umuv pi ivjUKFk,
JHK CAHUUMA FLA,! M Alv thb
irp illMINT. TO WAYNFS-
A" occasion ot outstanding interest
is the appearance at the High School
Auditorium on May 2nd of the Car-
olina Tlaymakera. Wayne.wille is
st fortnnate in having secured an
engagement with them on their an-
nual spring tour. They are to play
jn only two towns in this part of
the state, Asheville and Wayncsvillc.
The plavmakers under the expert,
supervision of Frederick H. Koch,
founder and director, and professor
Dtamatic Utrrature at the Universe-
t - f North Carolina have gained for
themselves a high niche in the dra-
. . .- I. rr.e vr - . l. 1-1
matic worm. rue .New lorn l lines
says of them: "Down in Chapel
Hill at the University North Caro-
matie history- I hey are writing ami
,)11)(i,Ut. plaVs a,,ooutj the
: state, plays based on wnat tney
thomseh-e.s have seen and experienced,
on stories handed down to them from
unrtiee ironerHt innsl Thev nee en-
, . . . XT...U s
lliavoring to llieerpiei iviiiui emu-
lina to the peophp of North Carolina,
to make the State more fully aware
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ol her own personality to give r.ew
t r , ,i I j-t tl,.,. r v,0..
life to the traditions that are her
""""S1' 'n "M.i, i.s ......
"They produce things of real dra-
matic merit, and when they go on
tour t.hev aic well received. The-
whole state knows about them and
watches their work, waits eagerly for
their new performances."
The Plavmakers are Iveinc hrouirht
to Wavnesville under auspices of the
Dramatic Department of the Com-
munity Club not with hop; of fi-
na1ncia4 remuneration ibe-ause the
expense of presenting them is .,uite
an undertaking for a town of our
size, but simply to give the peopie
of this sect'i opportunity to see
these famous P'aye's at nome The
cost of the tickets has been placed at
the 'owest P-'fe that is a"''ed by
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r.'STER SALE OF JAKES AND
The Civic Leasue of Wavnesville
will hold a cake and Easter eg sale
at Alexanders Drug Store Saturday.
April 11. Please leave orders for anv
.neci.1 eak. desired with Mrs. K. E.
special cake desired with Mrs. K. E.
ANNl'AI, REPORT OF THE PRES- , i!y u I., shipman.)
I HYTERIAN WOMAN'S AliXIL- I Raleigh, N. C. March '':.-- Tin' log
IARV. islative rush in Raleigh was succeeded
,)us; one vcar aKO n,.w sol of of-
weekly. Ihe raff sowings to toe on
other Tuesdays, if possible. 1
D,. c I r-,lr,t ,.,,.. toil
uc. o. iv. vn-vrvio ,""'".'-u fc
conduct a fifteen nrinutes devotion
each month, choosing the Gospel of
Luke and continuing throug-hout the
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jeai, 101 vvnicii dinr nuAiiiai
him a debt of gratitude, this proving
May Ihe Annual Liithtlay Paity
Vvas considncd with thcChu'eh Roll
Call, a supper being served an I a
silve,- collection of about $1'! being
give.i towards a heating plant for the
Montreal Normal School, as suggested
by Asheville Presbyterial an-1 jpproV-
C( by this Auxiliary.
In June at the home ef '.he preM-
lent, Mrs. (' E. Quinlan, i Tea was
given in honor of Mrs. II. D. Ued-
yKei of l.uebo, Afiica, and Mrs. R.
('. Anderson of Montreat, the tormer
speaking on her work as a Missionary
... ,Un l.,lr 0ntir,,r, t nl tliu liitrjf
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describing what she was trying to ac-
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cornelian illllOIlJ' UIU wunic;i ui J i
byterian faith in the mountains.
In August the Annual Bazaar was
held in a tent on Miss Fcior's lawn,
Each circle having a separate table
and the rag rugs being on sale, over yoUM , ltll(,f justico in America. He
$400 being realized. l"has b(, attained to the highest
l September Mrs. Motti Martin, :udi.ial position w thin the gift of
also a missionary to Africa, visited .,r of Nolt, Carolina at ih"
the auxiliary, stressing especially thju g ol,Vi aftCi- fifteen ais of
t C r...,:.,n.l r.nf.-.. nr
need of trained nativ; workers :or
whose support those who are inter-
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"ned.'n tne mme ,a?nou" L
sponsible. Mrs. Martin r,rouj;nt sm
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pes of the native grass clotn, ,fJ5
wo ion ot whicn was sola oy one or
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,the members for the benefit of tae
Tram ne Schoo at Tuscaloosa, A h.
In November Mrs. D. M Kill an as
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seneiary oi nome nunmin iiihiik"
o i i,ia v session :i. I lie nit I lit' ui .,i i --
lA'Un IVI111MI1, I'lV OOUA -luuivu "si"h
Romance 0f ume Mis.ion.s." The
aUrn,ialu.(. being fourteen and the
r.hl.islmas Vatn Hook was
aR.ain uk(,n on j, drrfe serving in
(urn dS a eomnosite agent and a orize
, ffp,i the one selling the
This proved a very close
corn pot it ion being won by Circle No.
j j M ,nian being- chair'man.
' Aso ,'uvjn.B November a Thanks-
,: i,. ,..,,. . , -,,. f,,,. tl,,, Ken-
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jj, -Mountain About this time the
auxijarv haj cupboard built in the beit, sine
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, , kit h whir.h was
,pn, j.'01.ei Mission Study
u- with eitiiteen me,:iil:ers, (iiina
i being the si ject as. portrayed in the
u., .-,:. ,.,, Tim t!.lf,lp
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being served and twenty-two towels
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uonaieu ana neminea 101
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At the February meeting, Mrs.
ii i tj leu. .1,1 .if .'t-e
ri e unci so I iii ijuiinn i-IIN ll'HI ,'i l'"
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splendid work being accomplished
there, enlistine the synathy of all
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Eleven members ot the Auxma'-y
e"t vel" to the 21st Birthday Party
of the Mountain Orphanage and were
well repaid for the trip.
Five members attended the Stew-
ard-ship Conference in
bringing back much that will serve
s constant inspiration in the .u-
One of the v.ost important featu-es
has been the work in connection with
the ordering of the pine organ f"
the church, the auxiliary having spon-
"oied the Get-to-gether Meeting hi
which it was ordered and agreeing to
assume part of the indebtedness.
While jt is fitt'n- to ius speak of
the material side of the work, it
should not be forgotten that there i
always somethinf: intangrible aboat
the life f such organization that.
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W by . concerned. L
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RP,ntual s,de C0JU,.C, lar) V':th
(Continued on Back Page.)
ast week bv events of nature as im-
The mo.st important
,,t ,,f trie
week was me resignation oi mei
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.lUSUCe IIOKC, OI li.r .lujui-'i"-
c()urt, and the appointment by the
(-OVernor of Associate Justiee W. P.
stacev to succeed him. To till the
reated by the Sta(ey elova
rr.or McLean naincl foi -iev
's'atc Sailor l.y-urgu U. V.T-ser, of
.,n. The new A.-so-.iate Juv-
t;..,. wa ,-. Mclean'.- law puitnei
(, , ,no timc the latter lie- uve
nor. During the recent -vs-ion
f tm, (;,,no,-a Assembly Mr. Varse.
rai( headquarters at the F.xe -ulive
jiaMj!in and has been on-' "f tne
Governor's chief advisers on lejrMa.
(jve m;ltters. He is recognize 1 as an
aDt. (;iwver and it is believed will
mako valuable addition to the hi'-'h
,)ullaJ to which be lun been el"-
Chief Ju.-tV'c Hi!' icMgncd be
cause of ill health and after hjivmir
devoted r.M.rc than thir. v yai--. )f
fli,' i',gi:ish('d m rvioe to the sta ',
no- el t lie so -aVtl-' tie Ml sirn. "li
tl,., ecii,l.. ri.e r." i ict Jnt:
M;- S .. .'. -;b::vc v.. n leva-
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inti.in ,1, ill: ncttun ol lll'uiir me
, ,,.,;, ( In 100') Chi, f.
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V . I . ril.ll e .
was principal f
a Raleign pubic school. In 1025, it
. .. r ,,., w ,, o,u,. .,.wi
is Chief JU-stiee W. 1. htatej pn t m-
. , v,:vD, ,,;v,.i ,.,;'
mg over the highest tribunal main-,
'. , wf ft fn.,r
lamed in the State, attei lour .t.ns
u nn , hpn,.h (iu,i.1L,
as an associate on tne uen n iuii.il,
, . , . urn iut,..,t,i his
which time he fully domonstiated his
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abi ity as a judge and become re -
- , t.,,i,. ,, ,.r ,u mi,st
a-s ui.'uiwi,, "...
capable members oi trie .-.upre.ae
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Court. It is little wonder now tint ()tni,,. (.osmetics n:vne i wide-: p" ad
the call from the State University for t()mmint as well va: mil- material
his services a shrt while ago dil not fr(m ,.,h supply t..irs f-.r graiii"
appeal to him. Time has shown the of (.(lth wmi.h n is dainei do not
wbdom t.veiciscd in remaining on the Superinteiide.ii Po-j withered
litncli. ;he -torin tenipora'ily iweier when
(iovernor llcl.etin "siartled the
on Friday with a stan-men!
illow'"l! t,le deficil ot the .State, in:
ller his svsll'nl "i"'sh l.nancing, t
$10,2,rU'.iiO..ri7 as of l'elnuao -
l'J25, and its liondei iiulebeilne-'
lir,8i8,(MJ on the same date. The
"Runs show an increase in the 'e-
f last July, oi appro.Min.iie-
tin or and a half millions and an
'iperating detb ii for the month of
February oi more than .,.iWUKMi. it
is recognized, however, that the de
ficit will lie reduced when figures of
revenue collections, from .March 1 -:
June iiOth, the close of the li-e:
taken into consideration, as
thi. is the period for the heavic-t
collections of revenue t. take phe.e.
The Attorney General' office is bc
i."g icoiganized under the recent law
passed giving that official three full
time assistants at $:t,l(0 a year. The
laosrm assistant. Frank Nash, has
been re-appointed and will continue
f Attorney CJeneral
Walter L. Cohoon will
continue tiflh the Statu Hiig-hwav
Commission us an other of the as
sistants and still another is to be as
signed to the department of Reve
nue. Mr. Cohoon will receive if'i.lihll
instead of a little more than $-UMK
which has been paid him the pa.st
xhi; fjOVCino:- al.-o took a stop the
week towaid reducing ' the run-
expcnses of the Sta'e when he
ifsur(i ,)is ftrst or(lcr as director of
th, Bud(tet requesting that all state-
ownP(i autos be repaired in the shops
(jf ,he gtatc Hig'hway Commission.
a) , that , part.s De purchased
-hrough the commission's orfranized
3l;t() ,coartment. thus eliminating the
m;(J(!ie.man's profits on parts and rc-
pajrs for state CBM.
Moitr nf the news of the week devel-
Qped ; th, Governor's office, hut not
8,1 f Jt' Frm the corPoralion T"
mi9!ioll the announcement that
,t prooaoiy wouia uu vl.,m a . -
rector of bus transportation, as al-
lowed in the newly passed law, giving
W A V N ES V I LLE . G 1 UL ON IN
NING SIDE IN INTER COI.LE
1. 1 ATE DEBATE.
The following fioni the Asheville
Citizen will be of inter est. to the
friends of Mi Isabel Fergutvorf,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Ferguson, who i.s staking such a
splendid record at Agnes Scott Col
Atlanta. Ga., '.March KO--Agnes
Stott College tonight was awarded
the decision in the inter-collogiate-de-bate
over Supine Newcombe College,
of New Oi leans. The affirmative side
nf t Vi it i, mist inn
Resolved, that the
joilll.son I Ml 1 1 i f, i .' i
is for t'.ie
best interest of the United State-,"
was upheld by Agnes Scott, repiese".
tative.s, IMss Catherine Graeber of
Yazoo City, Mis..; Miss Isabel Fee-
Iguso,, of Wayncsvillc, N. C. and Mi-s
l.ar.-en Mattox of Moultre, (,a,
We 'ic agreeali'.y suipr,;ed to
if several checks that have been
donated by several out-of-town oak
ery companies. This money In be
e.sed in seeming right of way tot
the Suncrest 1. umber Co. Surely if
in other states and counties
1,1 Wayncsvillc. we eeiCCmy
can do a much.
the commission control of the bus
lines of 'be Slate with leglatory pow
ers. The chairman of the coniniis--loii,
W. T. Lee, said the present of
fice fouo probably would oe r.dis-
, 1 1 niLUi-.i so ie.il
namllni wiinom auiiiMoiuu rn- ..-v
for executives. lius control uccaim-
. r. s- I... l..,,.l, oo !I1V1 ,t
rili'i'ii"' .suiui.i, .
the same time the commission issu d
regulations regarding licenses a id
O(eratioi. under which the bus line..
( Tne Statt. ?rsor. furiwaned' iu
,v, r .i. viih ihe mccin" of
,i,,. (j,i ;1I1,i m.w boards if direct '
am tn0 Sro a,, critici.s.n directed at
, , ,.
i)ecaUs,. of th
Pou, its sup"rintiiK:eilt,
e fact :t was ilicovered
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,nt .superintendent c th" pus.'.i am.
,. ,, ,, ,,.,.. ..m,.:.! had
SOme ot the sulionrna ollic.ais nan
, .i u
, chaining itom mi their homes
, . i,.i,.i,
. , u, .)nsn ai various Raleigh
,. . r ii... i; r ill.
-lore-. 1 UII1K ill ion ill .ii, ii-is , -
itt'ia; ol rouge and
retiring prison b iai 1 :.--u.d
statement "exonoratitig" him and ic-
eoiiiniciidinir the re-eleet ion of
supi'i intendenl and ollu .' officials.
The new board me, also, bat tin
advice of the old board w'a- n it fob
ilW(,d. Instead, the nyw oi ganizat ion
postponed action ,. the elect;i,n of
.superintendent, warucn, ,.u i ciei i.
am jiliysieian until the
! ,.C'k :,l
iiidii ii ! Ml
.-pri-. Tin re was i
u llelhe,' Ill's i-'teinelll '111
tanvass the -ituation more
Iv and select a succes-or 10
w a - to
iioi one ,i
but it was vaguely hinted an in tin
apil.il I ii.it this mij'ht be the .a-"
I, u iio l- e'.nei
i-l to have
' lie iea : : , .
in I mil !i
ii 'he iniii-
a -.ilea: !e:i. :i- -ay nan".,
i,;' ," '.;) el'iei.ils. i.a
iro.r to -,i on ; he subject
1 1 li'i a' i i ;:..it he ha - u'v
t'-e no eon-itieeatioii
inl has made
while tiiis is not a i . putliat ion of M-
t ciiinot 1" t onsidei e l an en
Gutzon Horgliim, Stone Mount liu'.
deposed sculptor, submitted to Gov
ernor McLean a plan that he re-rn-
ate models for the Confe.leiate men
orja an nac(. them in the rha"r-
a eonrmittee headed by the (ioveen i
until such time as the United Daugn-
ters of the Confederacy forma na-.ioe-
at organization lo take over the -
nl0ria from the stonp M.tuntnin M...1-
unu,ntal Association and complete it.
The plan is to get rid of the dissent-
ing faL.t.-s and to take away from
the eity ()f Atlanta the nraclic-il dom-
ination which it now exercl-js :y
control of the executive com irlttf.
Governor McLean lauded Mr. Boip.
;um.s nl0tives, but withheld :.cc. p-
,unce rf the trust until he (.ouM K-nt
-t ,ieep consideration.
The thance8 are that North C-ie-
" Executive will decline to become
invo.Ved t the controversy, although
cecpiy in:eresic;i in see.ng inie. innm-
mi) undertaking p.osccuted to a
yuccessful conclusion. .
FOR HEADERS OFT OF
Dr. David Sullins of the HoUton
Coiifeienee was a poiular and elo
queent priacher. The following in
cident is worth relating and has nev
er been publo-hed so far as I know.
At a campmeeting in Virginia some
years ago Dr. Sullins delivered the
morning sermon, the theme was th?
death of .Moses on Mount Nebo ; as
the preacher warmed up he drew a
graphic picture of the scene. The
grand old legislator and lawgivm who
had led t''e nation forty years in the
wilderness, pleads most pathetically
with Jehovah to allow Caleb or Josh
ua to go with him to the top of the
mountain. A man sitting near the
pulpit who was three sheets in the
i wind b "ame so w rought up with
emotion that he cried out with deep
patlios ill irs voice anil the tears i un
filing down hi.- cheeks: "O Dr. Sul
lins, ii,, t,l Hi other Muses t bin I
will co with him up Mount
N'el.o." 'i h i , an imagine ihe effect,
on the congregation. Dr. Sullins told
Ihe uiitei that he never used that
I I cop;, the fiillovvitii; from ti:e Nailh
Carolina Christian Advocate:
Science and Religion.
! line of the finesi declaration- on
this topic that we have seen I- by
lr Horace Williams. This professor
of philosophy at the t'Mvt-ily of
North Carolina says:
"Kel.gion has neve i had t' luck
down when it came in con'.a 't with
-cier.ee. When the the.) .if scii":ce
,ir iv 's unstable and fail ev the way
sale. ii'tering the pat i o! mankind,
the beai'tiful idea of i' i: m c n: n-iie-
i .-o'lt .rid bind i-i 1 1 ba.-k to
(',-.! I is that innei 'aw th.it relate.
mar: t bus creator am
vr.v l i theories, i.e iu-e it i- a !;iw
ii- t ' theory Tl e i- w a
theory in existence that is 1,000
Fanny 'usiy wrote six thousanl
beautiful songs. It is said tlr.i: her
blindness was caused by an ignorant
doctor when she was only six weeks
old by the application of hot poul
tices to her eyes. She wrote her first
poem when : lie was eight years old:
(). what a happy soul I am!
Although I cannot see,
I am resolved that in this win Id
ComtciiU'd 1 w'" I'Ci
One evening Dr. V. 11. Donne, who
wrote many beautiful hymn iiiclodi".-.-li,
-bid Olio Mils Crosbys !', ilse slo
.-aid: "Good evening. I have cxa-t'y
forty mimiti iieftnc my train have
"' e i n :i: : . '.', 'ie :e 1 a lo to llel p
iV.vieh' I . .Mood , ii an y.ingi-'.i-t i.
i ep.in"'. He:, is a !'.' .'. melody
mine. : a'i you ivnit words forii ."'
Fanny Crosby saitl she would try, and
as her friend softly played the m"l
oily tl.eie came quite simply :u.i' i; '
urally these word-:
"Safe in the arms (lf ,1, -u-.
Safe in his itent le io e:i -1 ;
There by his iove o''-hado e,f
Sweetly my soul .-hall rest. '
"Perhaps no other hymn so well
an - ii ! '"i iinsnaka 'ile fa It ii in Gml
.. - tl "Safe m the Aims of .lesii-.'
.Her Mil dae. s was (., h,.. njv ; ;.,
!; w "f ii li.'.'.' on le le. ,,t
- i e " . ' i . .' i " ' ' I ', " Ii ! -1 r l . o e
I' I'. lil.MW
I If! ANGI L Alt DERATE.
l-'i 'a;, luvht at S oclock in the
VVaynesvill' TowiJ lii i l gh Seie,,.'
ud'to lam . ;ie aniuinl debate wliich
is ctiiitliicteil by the C'live'iiy i.i
-Vnrlii . TiTi:t w ii tie ho! I. 'Ill" oe
ginal :i a:u;l was !'.ry-.i:: City,
S'yva an, I Waynesville. Ihyson 'i'y
wllhd ev. i mi the e.e 'isi. ;he.,
Waynesville will nvet Sylva at bn,h.
Sylv.. aatl Wavm svil'e. The dei.a'eis
a re :
Frank Fergu.san Honnie Teague
Hen Sloan Clyde Fisher
The ipiestion for discussion is: Re
solved, That North Carolina Should
Ratify the Port Terminal anil Water
(,F! ." GUTIER MEETING AT
THE I iiFSBVTEUI AN ( HCRCIL
On W"ilns:liiy evening in 'he !ec
t'.ire M".r.i of lb" Presbytei i'i" church
'he mi a hers held their annual get
together meeting. After discussing
various phases of work for the com
ing year, the rest of the evening was
enj-ive 1 socially, v:th delightful re
freshments served by the ladies of