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BKEVASD NEWS, BBEVARD, N. $r'
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the names of vour guests are there. If
not, you have neglected your duty
toward them. It does n«»t cost any
thin);. Telephone, write or bring your
news to News oflice.
tTuiljn' (!. A. Slniford of Ashoville
Was ill l?ri‘Viird this wi'fk.
Miss I’liulino Haim s of Toxiiwny
was till* ^u**st last wei'k of ht-r
brother, K T Haitios.
Mrs. Warrior Kin*; of Ashovillo
has biMMi visiting lu*r iiiothor-in law,
Mrs. J. C. Kinjr, for tho last few
Friends of Z. \V. Nichols will ho
pleased Irarn that he 1ms uhan-
iloned his wheel chair and is walk
ing the strei‘ts again.
David Hunt, who has been at
tendin'; the A. and M. (’ollctie at
West Riileiirh, is home on a visit of
u few days.
Frank D. ('lenient and family have
moved from their home on Maple
street to the second floor of the
huildin^ occupied by Mr. ('lenient*s
S. Miix\v»'ll. the i>iano man of
Hendi*rson and Transylvania coun
ties was in town tliis w»»»‘k. Ht‘ is
thinkim; of opening «inartt‘rs in
Brevard for his instruments.
.It sse Smith, w’ho has hM>n quite
ill with measles, is improving;.
Miss Katherine Erwin has been
eont'm( d to lu*r her home for th«i
I past week v^ith grippe.
K. II. Ijookahy of Hendersonville is
rt'lieving A. N. Minton as local dis-
jiatcher for the Southern. Mr. Hin
ton is on a vaci^ion of lifteen.days.
I Misses Kth‘l Kilpatrick, Mabel
j Miller and Nellie Aikj>n n‘turni‘d
I last week friim a visit to tlu> «laui;h-
[ ters t>f Mr. and Mrs. JelY Shipman
I in Hendersonville.
Miss Sarah Patton return«‘d last
w*ek to ht*r home in .Muskogee, Ok.
after visiting her brother, t'iiarU*s,
and sister. Miss Virginia I’atton,
during the month of January.
' W 1*. Mackey of IMsgali Forest,
j who IS olTering his real estate for
sale. IS understood to be prejiaring
to take his family to Wyoming and
enter a home.'«tead.
Miss Siu‘Allen of Mills River is
expected to arrive on Friday as th»*
week-‘nd guest of Miss Sue ('annon.
Miss (Jannon and her associaie
teai’ht^rs i*xpect to give a ]iarty Fri
day nigbt i-omplimentary to Miss
Miss Mae l*ick(‘lsimer, who is at-
t»*nding M»*redith eollt»geat Haleigh.
will ent«'rtain the fresliman class
Rev. ,1. R. Liner was in town of Wake Forest oollei;.? and a num
Mondav en route home to Boylston
from (iladv liranch church, where
he held liis reirular a]i]>ointments
on Saturday and Sunday.
Misslva Belle S»‘ay, whoexpected
to n'turn to her h(une in ('olumbia
her of tlu'ir friends at a reception
on th* eveiiing of February 21
The Wake Forest freshman cla>s
honi^red Miss 1’ii‘kelsimt^r by eh'ct
ing her sponsor of the class.
W”. L. t'armichael, former su]>er-
iasrw'eek, has (iecitled to remain in inf edent of tho county public, .schools
IJrevard for some time and mean- " ho was also engag.'d here in the
w’hile will be the guest of .Miss Flora >>“'r‘‘iii'tile business .s(*veral years
Duckworth fora few davs. »‘rrived last Friday from
I till* western states, where he has
Tuesday evening was “op»'n been for some time, and joined liis
nii'ht" al the Brevard club and family at Davidson River. Mr.
Carmichael was suffering with the
the members took their wiv»-s and
other ladv friends. Th»‘r»* was a
good attendance and S(‘vcral (HUijdes
]mrticii)ated in the terpsiehorean
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop havej
returned to Brevard from W»*st !
Asl.evillt*, where th(‘v have been 1
for a fi*w months, during which
tini(» Mr. Bishop has bei-n working
w’ith the Hans' Rt*es tannery. He
has be“n en^ai:ed to work im tlu*
J)lant of the Transylvania Tanning
Friends of Miss Fannie Hunt,
daujrhter of Dr. and Mrs. W.
Hunt, will be inttM-ested ti> learn of
Iu>r marriage in Ashevilli* last week
to a Mr. Fonda. Mr. and Mrs. Fonda
left for New York on a visit im
mediately afti'r their marriage.
Tlu‘ bride, wlio has b»'en making
ht‘r home in Asheville for the past
two \ (*ars, WHS on a visit to her
n*latives in Brevard a few days be
fore her marriage.
Mrs. Mary Mills tfX])ects to entei-
tain a number of friends on Tluirs
day night of this week.
Thomas D*dsworth leaves this
week on a business trip to his for
mer home at ('incinnuti.
' J. E. (’ox visited his mother, who
is(|uiteiil at h»‘r home nisir M ir-
riella, S. on last Sunduy.
(’. H. k:imsi*y of Asht‘ville has
accej)}«>(l H ftosilion in the ofliec o
Col ('. Hod*r»*s, superint'-ndent
of the 'I'ransyIvania (liviHum the
.1 l]d Loflis, who has been with
f he I rei^ht dej>art inent of th * Soui h- •
crn railway at the Brevard i!o,)o
for a lonir whil*', has been tran'sUir-
red to the olliee of Supt. (’ ' .
Hodges and Clarence F Poole h.i>
as.■^umed the worK formerly doii'
by Mr. J.,oftis.
Friends »f Frank Kim.', who is
atteiidini; the Bailey Military Insti
tute at (Jrt'cnwood, will lie in t;r
ested to learn that he has been
honort'd with the j)residen(\y of the
literary soi*iety of which ho is a
IV T Ei;erton left on Wediiei-day
for the .lohns Hopkins hospital at
Biiltimor*^ to receive treatment for
his hand Mr. E^evton sustained
serious injuries about a year ago j
and although hass])ent eonsiderablo j
time at a Wa>hini;ton hosjiital he
has received hut little relict and
has practically no usi* of his right
Silney Lanier will be the 8ubj»‘ct
for t he meeting t)f the l)anglit»*rs
of the ('onfedera(;y at their me*t-
ing next Saturday at iliO instead
of Zeb Vance, as jireviously an-
nounci'd. The (tllict^rs will lu! the
hostesses. Membi*rs have been re
questt'd to take TtO cents with them
as l'.M7 dues.
The Every Other Thursday ‘lnb
met with Miss Flora Duckworth on
Jan Several members and guests
were j)n*sent. Tlu? socit^ty accepted
the re]!ort of the committee on
rules governing the contest among
th»‘ seveiitli grade i)Upils for the
prize *»lTered by tin* club for tlu*
best essiiv on the writer’s actual
experience in attracting ami hous
inu: birds. Mrs. W. H. Harris was
elected to im'inbership and Miss
Katherint* Erwin was made corre-
si)onding .secretary. The ])rogram
was on “Th** Life of Audubon and
the History i)f Audubon Societies."
('ontributing to the jdeasures (tf
the afternoon were refr*‘shments
and a solo by Mrs. W. A. Beavans,
with j)iano accompanimt*nt by ^Iiss
RUB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment. That’s
the sure^ way to stop them.
I The best rubbing liniment is
Good for the A ilments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Qood for your own A ches.
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $r. At oil Dealers.
Ten, Fifteen or Twenty Acres land,
wooded or partly wooded. Prefer moder
ately rolling or table land with some natural
beauty. Must be within two miles of Court
House and reasonably priced. To be used
as a cemetery.
Room 9, McMinn Building
I Piano for sale cheap. Inquire
W. P. Mackev, Pisgah Forest.
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
North Carolina, Transylvania Countv In
thi* Superior Court .^pril Term, 1917.
i William Chappell
j E. H. Jennings.
I The defendant ai>ove named, 1C. H. Jt i
nin^s. v.ill take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenced
against him in the Superior court of Tran
sylvania county for the recovery of three
thousand dollars damajjes due the
plaintiff by the said defendant occasioned
by the wrangful and negligent breaking
of defendant’s lake dam at Toxaway,
North Carolina; that a warrant of attach
ment has been issued in the said cause
and served by the sheriff of Transylvania
county by levying ujjon the property of
the said defendant, as appears by his re
turn thereon made; and the defendant
will further take notice that he is re
quired to appear at the term of the Supe
rior court of said county which conv|*nes
in the town of Brevard, North Carolina,
on the sixth Monday after the first Mon
day in .March, 1917, it being the l(>th day
of .\pril, 1917, at the court house in aid
county, and answer or demur to the com
plaint of the plaintiff in the action afore
said, or the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in his said
This the 25th day of November, 1916.
N. A. MILLER,
Clerk Superior Court.
Deaver, Clayton and Gallow'ay, Plaintiff’s
Attorneys. 2-2-4 tc
A Kl'W first class pigs for sale. C. (\
Yongue. l-2f> 2tc
ROOMS For Light housekeeping apply
to Mrs. Ida Hryant. 1 12 tfc
HOUSES AND L(^TS and vacant l«»ts for
sale. See W. H. Faulkner. 12-29-tfc
TOWN LOTS, farms and timber lands for
sale. Frank Jenkins, Brevard, N. C. tf
FOR S.^LE (lenuine Ribbon Cane Mo
lasses in barrels, off Florida farm. C.
C. Yongue. l-26-2tc
WANTED-HIDES, WOOL AND FI RS.
Bring them to W. L. Aiken for highest
market prices in cash. 12-S-tfc
W.\NTED- VVe will pay you cash for all
your old feed sacks. Bring them to
.Aiken & Scruggs, Brevard, N. C.
COHN (.ROl’ND ANY TIME The Miller
Supply company is running its grist
mill at all hours of the day of late and
vou can gi l your corn ground by wait
ing a few minutes. 12-1-tfc
W.\NTE1) Tfi contract between 1,3()0
to 2,(KHl cords chestnut wood to be cut
and delivered to the railroad. Distance
four miles, with good houses and barns.
A good opportunity for good men with i
teams for the winter. Thos. H. Ship-j
P'OR S.ALE - Handsome farm, four acres
bottom land, six and seven tenth acres
mountain land, and good house and stctre
room on bank of road beside waters of
Crab creek; near church and school; no
di bls and taxes paid. Cash sale desired.
•Apply to J M. Drake, Etowah, N. C.,
Route 1. 1 19 3tp
NOTICE- LAND SALE UNDER
Wher«..ij., J. H. (lalloway and wife, Alice
(’■all'rway, executil to the undersigned
nortgagee. a promi.ssory note in the sum
if $ and a mortgage to secure same
n the hereinafter described lands of even
.ite with said nctte, said mortgage and
..»te bearing date June 2S, 191.^, register
ed in Mortgage Hook No. 7 at page 213 of
mortgage reconls of Transylvania county,
and whereas, said note has not been fully
paid, but is long past due, and there being
a balance of $12.00 and accrued interest
on same, therefore in order to satisfy said
note and indebtedness, 1 will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the court house
door in the town of Brevard. N. C., on
Monday Feb. 1917. at 12 o’clock, M. all
the folhiwing de.scribed tract of land;
Lying in Eastatoe township, Transylva
nia county, N. C , Iu)unded as follows: Ad
joining J. D. (lalloway and others:
Beginning on a locust, corner of the
original tract, and runs South ItH* poles
toJ. B. (Jalloway's stake corner, near a
large chestnut; then South 35 degrees
East with said line 110 poles to a stake in
the old Benjamin Wilson line; then with
said Wilson line to Johny Whitmire’s
stake corner; then with Johny W'hitmire
line to the beginning, containing 40 acres,
more or less.
Sale made to satisfy balance due on said
mortgage, cost and expenses.
H.C. Fisher, Mortgagee,
By Welch Galloway,
This Dec. 22, 1916. Attorney.
The Ponroae school will an
ontertainmont aiul box supper on
Friday ni^ht of this week. An in.
terestin^ proj'ram has been ])re.
PREACHING AT ENON CHURUH
> Preachinf? at Enon Baptist churoh
next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 :oO
at nif'ht by tlio pastor, Rev. W. E.
Are Business Builders
One rent a word tor first insertion: one half j
eent ;i woni lor o;u li snhsiMini'tit insertion, i
e.irli initial or a!)hrfviation countinj; as a ‘
I*R' SH MILK FOR S.VLE. See Frank
Jenkins. 12-29 tfc
New Up-To-Date Line of
At Duckworth Drug Co.
We have just opened up the best
line we ever had, and as stationery
is advancing every day it will pay
you to supply your wants at once.
Come, sec our line and be convinced.
Duckworth Drug Co*
CAR LOAD OF
Just received, car load of the Hallett &
Davis makes of pianos for distribution in Hen
derson and Transylvania counties.
I represent the factory direct and will guar
antee to save you from $50 to $100 if you buy
from me. Live stock or other trade in ex
change if desired. Two car loads of pianos
recently sold. The Conway used at the Bap
tist revival in Brevard was one of ours and
was highly endorsed by both Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Wolslagel, who conducted the music.
Glad to send you catalog.
Brevard and Hendersonville
PLUMMER’S ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
BEGAN LAST SATURDAY; ENDS FEBRUARY JO
Bccause of the great bargains we are offering the sales have been lar^e but our shelves are still loaded with some of the best bargains to be had anywhere. Read the prices
given below on some of our clearance sale bargains and come in and make wise purchases by buying while prices are lower than they will be again in a long time.
Good quality Men's Grey Work Sox. Dress Ginghams, worth lOc yard.
Sale price, pair 5c Sale price 7 I-2c
Ladies^ White Handkerchiefs. Sale Silks, worth $J yard. Sale price... .79c
price,^eac^^ .^. . c Qutings, worth 12 I-2c yard. Sale
Men's 15c grade fancy Sox.
Men's Work Shirts, worth 60cv
Men's Overalls, worth $1.25 pair.
Sale price 98c
Men's Gloves, worth $J.25 pair.
Sale price 98c
Men's $2.50 Sweaters. Sale price.. $ 1.79
Apron Ginghams, worth lOc yard.
Sale price 7 l-2c
Blankets, worth $2 pair. Sale price $ J .69
Blankets^ worth $1.50 pair. Sale
1 lot Ladies' good quality Dress
Shoes. These are factory ^checks,'
worth from $2 to $2.50. Clear
ance sale price $1.48
I lot Ladies' fine $2.50 Shoes in gun
metal, lace and button. Clear
ance sale price $1.98
I lot of Ladies' $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes.
Clearance sale price $2.98
I lot Ladies' high top boots—^lack,
gun metal and grey—^sold for $5.
Clearance sale price $3.98
I lot Men's heavy Work Shoes.
These are $3 values. Clearance
sale price $2.48
I lot Men's heavy Work Shoes,
$3.50 values. Sale price $3.19
I lot Children's Shoes, worth $2.
Sale price $1.48
1 lot Children's Shoes, worth $2.50.
Sale price $1.98
H. A. PLUMMER
Ladies' Coats at half price.
Ladies' Suits at half price.
Children's Coats one>third off.
Misses Coats one-third off.
20 per cent discount on all boys' suits.
20 per cent discount on all men's suits.
Men's Pants worth $1.50, sale price $1.29
Men's Pants worth $2.50, sale price $1.98
Men's Pants worth $3.00, sale price $2.48
Men's Pants worth $4.00, sale price $2.98
Misses $2.50 Sweaters, sale price.. .$1.79
Misses $2.00 Sweaters, sale price... .$1.48
Children's $1.25 Sweaters, sale price. .97c
Brevard, N. C.