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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, July 11, 1919, Image 7

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THE BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, N. C. ♦ FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919 Have You a Home? t If you do not have a Home, jome and let us sell you one. If you do own a Home, come and haive us INSURE it. Two of the most sensible things that you can do: secure a home and protect it. GALLOWAY ®» MINNIS Real Estate and^Insurance Agents / BREVARD,. :• ^ NORTH CAROLINA Departments—College Preparatory, Normal, Music, Business, Do mestlc Art, Household Economics, Agriculture. AO dep^ments are directed by teachers with special training and large experience. They know their business. influences of the Institute are alone worth the cost of tuition. Opens on September 5. • GROCERIES IF YOU WANT THE VERY BEST IN GROCERIES AND AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES, COME TO SEE US. WE ARE OUT OF THE HIGH RENT SECTION, THEREFORE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. R. P* Kilpatrick GROCERIES, NOTIONS AND SHOES Phone 141 Near Depot. Brevard, N. C* Brevard Lumber Co. WE HAVE IN A CAR LOAD OF THE BEST FERTILIZER NOW- GOOD FOR ALL CROPS—GARDEN -.AND FIELD. J WE WILL SELL THE CELEBRAT ED COON BRAND AGAIN THIS YEAR. USE FERTILIZER ON YOUR CROPS AND THEN WATCH THEM GROW. WE HAVE A FULL ASSORT- MENT OF BUILDING MATERIAL ON HAND. Brevard Lumber Company FRANK JENKINS, Manager Phone 120 Close to\Depot BCXSDPPER AT SAPPHIRE Sapphire had a fine entertainment and Box Supper at Union on the 4th of July. Everybody seemed to en joy it. The first thing on th8 program was a song by six girls: My Country Tis of Thee, Music next,' Concert by six little children. Music next, followed by Flag of Freedom by 8 children. Recitation by Miss Flossie Bryson. Recitation by Evon Sanders. Play—Behind The Sofa, and a num her of recitations and songs not niAned. The boxes sold very high and Miss Elsie Miller won the cake for the prettiest girl. The proceeds of the supper, $61.50, will go to repair our Church at Union. Miss Elsie Miller entertained friends of her sisters, Mrs. D. R. Bry son Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Reece are goin.a to spend a few days at Mr. Morrow’s place in Sapphire. Mr. N. A. Miller has rented his summer cottage to a party from At lanta for the summer. Quite a few guests are at the Crisp Inn. ORICKFT. COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS.* WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. PLUM MER & TRANTHAM'S. ROSMAN NEWS The singing here Sunday was a dis appointment to a large crowd—Mr. Grissom failed to come. Miss Irene Gillespie, who has un der gone an operation, is getting along nicely. « Born—to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pharr a daughter. Walter Whitmire has arrived from France. We are glad to see Walter back home again. Mrs. F. V. Batson and children of Carson Creek visited relatives here last week. Mr. Elsie Shipman and others went to Hendersonville for the fourth. Mr. King preached a fine sermon Sunday night at the Baptist church. Wake up correspondants, lets make our paper interesting. BETSY. TURKEY CREEK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John England went to Brevard Saturday. Miss Edith Boggs, who has been in Washington, D. C. for the last ten months, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boggs. Coy Sims, who belonged to the 81st Division, has been discharged and is now at home. We are all glad to have him back again. Judson McCall and little Ida Lyday and Belle Neel went to Brevard Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Depew Orr and Mrs. Sacah Orr and baby spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr. Delos Lyday's Claude Orr is visiting friends and relatives in this secton. He has just returned from France. Misses Emma Brown and Fanny Boggs spent the week-end at their homes. They have both been attend ing Brevard Institute Summer school. BROWNEYED SUSAN. NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT North Carolina—Transylvania Coun ty—In the Superior Court. L. M. C. ARMSTRONG and husband, GEORGE ARMSTRONG, vs. E. H. JENNINGS The defendant E. H. Jennings will take notice that a summons in the above entitled Action was issued against the aaid defendant on the 23rd day of June, A. D. 1919, by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Tran sylvania County, North Carolina, and that an action entitled as above has been brought by the above named plaintiff against the said E. H. Jen nings to recover damages for a breach of contract on the part of said defen dant, and to recover damages for the negligence of the defendant by reason of which breach of contract and neg ligence certain real estate and prop- perty of the plaintiff situated in Tran sylvania County, North Carolina was injured and damaged by the said de fendant, and also that said action is brought for the purpose of compelling defendant to rebuild and restore a cer tain dam in Transylvania County and the lake formed by said dam, usually known and referred to as “Lake Tox- away,” and also to maintain the same, which said dam v/as necessary and useful to the plaintiff, and in which the plaintiff claims certain property rights, that said defendant is a proper party to said action which relates to real estate situated in the County of Transylvania and State of North Car olina and said defendant will further take notice that he is required to ap pear at the next term of Superior Court of Transylvania County, North Carolina, to be held on the 6th Mon day before the first Monday in Sep tember, 1919, at the Court House in said County, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. The defendant will also take notice that warrant of attachment was issu ed from the Superior Court of Tran sylvania County, North Carolina, on the 23rd day of June, 1919, against the property of said defendant which said warrant is returnable at the time and place above named for the re turn of the summons in said cause. This June 23, 1919. N. A. MILLER, Clerk of Superior Court. NOTICE OF SUMftSONS AND RRANT OF ATTACHMENT Carolina—Transylvania Coun ty—In the Superior Court. CECIL COCHRAN vs. JENNINGS defendant E. II. Jennings will notice that a summons in the ce above entitled action was issued against the said defendant on the 23rd day of June, A. D. 1919, by the Clerk of the Superior Court of Tran sylvania County, North Carolina, and that an action entitled, as above has been brought by the above* named plaintiff against the said E. H. Jen nings to recover damages for a breach of contract on the part of said defen dant, and to recover damages for the negligence pf the defendant by reason of which breach of contract and neg- ligtnce certain real estate and prop- perty of the plaintiff situated in Tran sylvania County, North Carolina was injured and damaged by the said de fendant, and also that said action is brought for the purpose* of compelling defendant to rebuild and restore a cer tain dam in Transylvania County and the lake formed by said dam, usually known and referred to as “Lake Tox- away,” and also to maintain the same, I which said dam was necessary and ! useful to the plaintiff, and in which ' the plaintiff claims certain property rights, that said defendant is a proper party to said action which relates to real estate situated in the County of Transylvania and State of North Car olina and said defendant will further take notice that he is required to ap pear at the next’ terni of* Superior Court of Transylvania County, North Carolina, to be held on the 6th Mon day before the first Monday in Sep tember, 1919, at the Court House in said County, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or thft plaintiff will apply to tbs Court the relief demanded in said complaint. The defendant will also take notice that warrant of attachment was issu ed from the Superior Court of Tran sylvania County, North Carolina, on the 23rd day of June, 1919, against the property Of said defendant wMch said warrant is returnable at the tkne and place above named for the re turn of the summons in said cause. This June 23, 1919. ♦ N. A. MILLER, Clerk of Superior Courl. HAS JUST RECEIVED A SOLID CAR OF CAS KETS, BOUGHT WITH SPOT CASH—ALL DIS COUNTS COMING HIS WAY. INFANT CASKETS FROM $15.00 TO $60.00 CHILDREN’S CASKETS FROM $40.00 TO $60.00 ADULT’S CASKETS FROM $40.00 TO $200.00. THIS CAR OF CASKETS WAS MANUFAC TURED ESPECIALLY FOR THE TRADE OF J. C. WHITMIRE AND EQUIPPED IN THE WHIT- MIRE WAY WHICH' IS ALWAYS THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS HE HAS HAD USED THE VERY BEST SILK LININGS AND SILVER HANDLES—EVERYTHING IN THE 1919 MOD- ELS. HE IS PREPARED TO PROTECT AND HELP HIS CUSTOMERS IN THEIR SAD HOURS. PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE CONSID ERING THE HIGH QUALITY HE NOW SHOWS. J. C. 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