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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, May 16, 1919, Image 7

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a-' 3L'“. V f-i. •liiliii ■sj;. ■ £ ^ : ’-V j| "I WMi^. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE'TO THE OF TRANSVLViWt A ' that we are IN' THE FURNITURE BUSINESS. WE TRY TO KEEF^ AT AU. TIMES A GOOD UNE OF sfANPiUtb FURNITURE—snilNGS, MATTRE^ES, FLOOR COVERINGS, CHAIRS, ROClC. ERS, ETC. WE ALSO HANDLE ORGANS, TALK; ING MACHINES, SEWING MACHINES, ETC. WHEN YOU CANT FIND WHAt YOU WANT IN YOUR OWN TOWN, WE ‘ SHALL BE VERY GLAD TO HAVE lU CALL TO SEE US. WE PROMISE KIND TREATMENT AND THE BEST PRICES AND TERMS THAT CAN BE GIVEN ON FURNITURE AT THIS TIME. GIVE US A TRIAL. Hendersonville Furniture Co. “The Otd Reliable” ' Hendersonville, N. C. Spny Your Fndt with PYROX •n. u. •. »«r. orr. I^rfOK protects your ovehard asiinit the ravages of botb insects and fungus, and makes it possible for jroa tocroir aurketd)le fruit and lots of it. Him is nothing cnnplic:^ vboot its use; it is an b- acctldde and fan^dde combined, and when applied* t^d^ dries, fonmng a coating unaffected hf even the heaviest rains. iUk anjrofcbardlst what he thinks of ^rmz; ThmUmm thttcall and get a cop7 of our new and interesting booklet. We sell I^rrox becuise we know what it will do—aiqf qoaon^ you want, in small dru^s, k^or bands. * BREVARD HARDWARE CO. Brevard, N. C. ¥4VeI » litw Mcrroit , ■ r- (t The farmers ^ this part are rather behind with ^eir 'work account pf so mvdi ra|n.i the cold sni9 about l^^ster got the most of the p^ache% bnt net idL Mrs. Arrie Lyday has been on the sick .list for the past few ^^ys, but she is better now. J. W. Reeves from :the cotton mill at Pickens, C., was Hi visitor at.his *■ ■ mother’s here last week.. v ^ > W. A. Parker has moved from r_ , • • Laurel CrMk to the Crick Burgess place. He is peeling tan bark. . R. W. Sinith and wife Iwve beCta up from Salem, S. C.,'te W. H. Hii^ kle’s, Smith's father. Smith's litU« ^sister, Essie HinUe, went back home with them. V. _ ■ ' Walter, ^msay was a visitor at Bud Reid’s last Sunday and Monday. Claude Reid has moved from Tox- his wife diedfCimotherxzfiflffffivbgk away to his father’s, S. P. Reid. Since his wife died his mother is taking care of the two children.; Tan bark and crossties «eem to be the products of this part these days. Freeman Cash from Asheville was up to see his mother, Mrs. M. M. Gash and stayed four days last week. Little Pearl Kimsey has been on the Sick list. She is improvipg nicely. Joe Tigue and family have moved from here to Salem, S. C. to grow cotton this year, and some com and cane. Colman Lj^ay is living at the Tigue place this year. W. J. Owen^ passed through this burg last Sunday. Rev. Wade Nicholson preached at Travelers ^st Baptist church last Sunday at 3:00 o’clock. The Burnett 4e Verdeiy' Miffiag Co. have* iuit received a new motor which is tor be instiled at once. -^This will provide onough ](>dwer to run the mill at full capaci^ and enable them to double ^e preisent ou^ut by mak-» ing about twenty-five barrels ;of flour per day. The only flour , put on the market by this compipy is ground from No. 1 Red Winter Wlieat wlhch is purchas^ from the ^vemment by Burnette & Verdery ai||i is the best hard wheart to be procured. The 'flour Aground :brpm this w&at is guar anteed tp be ai>solutely first<lass and unadulterated and is unbleached. " Every pound of fllour sold by the local milling con)pany is placed in the hands of Traius^vania merchants for distribution under the name of Flavo Flour, and everyone who tries the new flour refuses to buy any other kind. ^ In addition to the flour made for market an increasing amount of work is being done for tiie farmers of t^ county, who are now becoming more and more interested in raising their own wheat. And Transylvania farm ers are not the only ones who patron- j ize the mill here, for a large amount of grinding is done for Henderson County farmers. When the new motor is put in or der the Burnette & Verdery Milling Co. will be prepared to take care of a large part of the milling for West ern North Carolina. Their plant is equipped with an American Angleo Mill than which there is no better piece of machinery made for the pur pose of making flour. However the output of this plant is not confined R^D.BIB GET SOME OF THAT SPRING LAMB AT SLEDGE’S. Mrs. J. A. Miller went to Asheville for a short stay Friday. ^ the‘ piwdUiction of flour. It turns »ut cdra ^meal, rye flour, shorts and bran. U is enterpriseli like this which will make the prosperity of Transyl vania County. It keeps Transylvania money-at home and gives continued impetus to the agricultural activity of the county. I ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOUR FOOD. We use the BEST DRUGS OBTAINABLE IN FILUNG YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS, AND THEY ARE ALWAYS FILLED BY A.COM PETENT PHARMACIST. MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES, IN FACT EVERYTHING KEPT IN A FIRST- CLASS DRUG STORE. DAVIS-WALKER DRUG CO. Successors to DUCKWCHITH DRUG CO. Main St. BREVARD, N! C. Phone 85 TINSLEY’S MARKET Has What You Wantiin FRESH MEATS and CURED MEATS FISH and OYSTERS Vegetables, Chickens, Eggs and Produce The Very.Best in These Lines and Sells for Less All the Time TINSLEH MARXET Prompt Delivery Phone 27 ■t-'l "m .•»v.v.v.v.v.*..v.v.v.w. PLUMMER & TRAVTHAMS Week WE ARE GOING AFTER MORE CUSTOMERS—REMEMBER, THE MORE GOODS WE SELL THE CHEAP- ER YOU CAN BUY—VALUE ACCOMPLISHES WONDERS—INCREASED SALES MEAN MARGIN FOR US AND BETTER VALUES FOR YOU. All Transylvania Should Buy Here Thousands have already learned the advantage of shopping here* We have determined to convince thousands more- Hence our FRIEND-MAKING WEEK. Our close alliance with the Sputh’s largest wholesale houses, which, with their vast out let, and big purchasing power, enables us to share with them in the ^^prize lots” of the market. SIX DAYS OF RECORD BARGAINS THAT WILL PROVE OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST, QUALITIES AND VALUES THE BEST. • Yardrwide Gold Band Black Taffeta Silk worth $2.00 per yard, Sale Price $1.59 60c quality white Silk Hose. TheW are “seconds,” slightly impir^ect. Sale Price J 39c pr. . - Men’s 75c qpality Union Suits, a special value at 50c Ladies’ good Percale Bunga low Ai^rons, an exceptional val ue at * 79c Good quality Sea Island, yd. wide Brown Domestic,* Sale Price 15c30fl. PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING IN THE HOUSE IS REDUCED DURING THIS SALE Best quality 25c Ladies* * Fast Black Hose ham, Sale Price ^^^^^^Hvorth 20c pair. Sale Price 2-3c 10c pr. Men’s $2.50 grade Overalls, best blue Demin, at $2.00 pr. Men’s best blue Ghambray Work Shirts, a spedM Talue at 89c , C:X mil ■ I .V.Vi m ».v.vXv; AV, :«-x« ■iv; .v-j, “•h/v

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