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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, April 28, 1932, Image 2

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THE BREVARD NEWS ? Published Every Thursday by THE TRANSYLVANIA PUBLISHING CO., Inc. Entered at the Postoffice in Brevard,^ N. C., as Second Claw Matter James F. Barrett Editor; Mark T. Orr Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) One Year ?' $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 80 Thursday, April 28, 1932. WELCOME, WOODMEN OF THE \ WORLD, THRICE WELCOME I j We have with us this week a large number of Woodmen of the World> ' and their sisters, the Woodmen Cir cle- Brevard and Rosnlan are joint hosts to the visiting men and women, and no finer group of citizens ever gathered in this fine section than this group that is made up of Western North Carolina's finest. Perhaps the public will see, in this log-rolling session, only the lighter side of Woodcraft. There is much play betfig enjoyed in thie meeting, and that is good only for those who at tend, but for U3 who entertain the visitors. Not so much of the serious side of Woodcraft is in evidence here during the convention. But there is a serious side, you may rest assured, in the great work carried on by the Wi odmcn of the World. The majority of the members of the Woodmen of the World are men of modest means and moderate income. As a class, they are not rich men as we bpeak of rich men. Tlu\v are men who do the things that are worth whi e ? farmers, mechanics, business men, lawyers, doctors. Neither one of them, generally speaking, could lay up any appreciable amount of money to leave with his loved ones when the member is called upon to go away forever. But working together, pool ing their interests, creating one huge general fund for all of the members, there is a goodly sum available for a member's family when he gees away. That is the serious side of Wood craft. That is the real purpose of the order. What we see here in the con vention is the social side, the good fellowship that comes from associa tion one with another. Go with W. H. Grogan, Jr., some day, when he is taking a big check to the widow and orphaned children of a deceased mem ber of this order. See the gloom and dark despair driven from that home, when the widow and the orphans real ize that the man who had provided them with necessities of life during his lifetime, had also prepared for their comfort and weli being after he had been called away. Let us enjoy the fun and frolic with the Woodmen here at convention, but at the same time let us under stand that behind this outward show of fine fellowship and jolly good times there is the finer, greater, purpose of caring for those whose bread winner is no longer with them. Of course this community welcomes men and women of this kind, and hon ors them, and feels honored' in hav ing them here for their convention. t THAT ARMY OF FAITHFUL ' WORKERS? THE TEACHERS Schools are out; the children are another year on their way in pursuit of education; the teachers are scat tered to the various homes. Throughout the school year our teachers have labored against odds, and smiled through it all. Receiving their compensation at irregular peri ods, and leaving for their homes at the end of the year with balances still due them on the year's work, our teachers have set an example that all of us would do well to study. None of us can have the things that we should like to have. It is a condi tion, and it cannot change until con ditions in general experience big changes. It would have brought no profit to the teachers to throw down their work simply because the har assed officials could not pay them promptly, so the teachers worked on, with just as great zeal as if they had not experienced a cut in pay, and jret slow pay of what was left. If the officials could have obtained the money any place on earth the teach ers would have been paid in full, and promptly. The teachers knew this, and accepted the situation in splendid manner. So it should be with the people in general. But some of us are not as patient, pains-taking and loyal as the teachers have shown themselves to be. There is a good lesson for all of us, and we could avert the experi' ence of many weary hours and days if we would profit by the example set by the teachers. DIES OF AUTO INJURIES Injured iwo days before in _a head on collision near Wilmington with the car of D. M. Jolly, Kenansville, H. Polstmi, Si, of Henderson, died in a Wilmington hospital Friday. EFFORTS TO OBTAIN WELFARE WORKERS Want County To Employ Full Time Superintendents ? May Do It. Sepecial effort is being made this spring to induce a number of coun ties, including Transylvania, to em ploy full-time superintendents 01 public welfar,e according to Miss Lois Dosher, Director of the Division of County Organization of the State Board of Charities and Public Wel laiv She has recenMy visited a num ber of these counties and feels en couraged in her efforts to have the welfare work included when June iHicigtU ire made up The fact that the state now pays '-.alt' the salary of the welfare worker makes the service cost only half as much as formerly. Many counties ould einplov a til-time superinten dent of public welfare with an outlay of only a few hundred dollars in ad dition ' to what they are paying the superintendent of schools to do tne work in an ex officio capacity. The majority of the counties vould put on a worker without an additional tax levy. Numbers of superintendents of public welfare have saved more than their salaries by investigating the pauper list of their counties. The welfare officer in Surry, for instance, has more than ^aved his salary by. reducing the pauper dole. He found relatives who could care for ccrtain ones who had long been charges- of the county and ('.urged the list of all who were not in real need. With private donations and funds from organizations he was able t ? lake care of others. In addition, Ik- in sisted that every pauper raise a garden so that he will be self-sup porting for a part of the year at least. Usually when a superintendent of public welfare starts investigating a pauper list he finds a number of actual gi afters. One county, for in stance, had unwittingly supported a woman for years who was no longer a resident of the county as she had a job in an adjoining county. But each month she -returned for her pauper's check. When the legislature of 1931 pro vided for state maintenance of the six-mcntls school term, it also pro vided thit jt.he state pay oner-half the salary of the superintendent of public, welfare according to a grad uated scale based on the county's population. The reason was that the superintendent of public welfare has always received one-half of his salary from the board of educotion because he is the chief school at tendance officer. Ashe, Tyrrell, ;and Pamlico counties, realizing that they could get state aid in employing a trained workei for the welface job immediately filled the office, making 52 full-time superintendents of public wolfare and two part-time in the State. Others might have followed suit, but budgets were made up. Seeing the wisdom and economy in employing a welfare officer^ many more counties are expected to make provision for them this June. Because of the unusual calls that have com? during the depression, it is especially important that a trained worker handle the welfare job, Miss Dosher pointed out. First, because funds for poor relief are limited and stfould be expended as wisely as pos sible; second, bccause families never appealing before are liable to become chronic pauners unless given the aid and encouragement that will assist them to become independent again. One county commissioner in a certain county told Miss Dosher r "Last year I told you I was going to fight your plan, but I want you to know that I am going to fight with you. If we had not had a warm winter I don't know what we would have done. So many people have been in need." FOR PROHIBITION Editor Brevard New* I ?""??art We have been reading several pieces in your good paper on Prohi- j bition and the 18th amendment. While a few say that it is a failure, the law 's OK and the best law of the land. It is the people that are a failure. Now good people and church work ers, you know very well that ' we people who are opposed to whiskey in any way should wake up and let the rum runners know that since they . re calling for a vote to try to get fho whiskey back, that we arc going N> make it bone-dry. Now good people everyone, man or woman, knows every one who sells or buys whiskey i:i your section. Let's "nt busy and se" what can be done. We have Federal oficers who are ready to catch any and a'l who fool with it in any way. But as long- as we don't put them wise they can't do much. YOU go to the federal men, get right down in your heart and tell 'hem who and what you want done and see the results. Now good peo we hear some say, pray and pray. But we must try and our prayer^ may be answered. Many times we are required to work to help get our prayers answered. Now we notice several clubs at work, but no club formed against making or stilling whiskey wi'l be of value unless- we say that we are going to have a good ahd dry country for our boys and girls from now on. * Get busy, we can have it, but as long as we wait on the other fellow there will be no good results. Now readers stop and look back and see where we have been doing our duty and whete we hatfe not. See if your boy or girl has been out with rum runners or bootleggers or in company with a dram drinket, which is all the same in the end. A Supporter of Prohibition. A man identified as 0. E. Halman, Burlington, was instantly killed by <? -.?Vrn ni?se'nger train four v t of Salisbury, Friday night. PROCLAIM MAY 1 AS CHILD HEALTH BAY Brev rd To Join in Movement Looking to Better Care of Childhood. Gov. O. Max Gardner has released a Proclamation, proclaiming May 1st, 3932 as Child Health Day in North Carolina and he has called upon all the Governor's of the union to make a like proclamation to their state. Measures are being taken by organ izations of Brevard at this time to mark the day with a fitting celebra tion. WHEREAS, the President of the United States, in accordance with an Act ?f Congress of May IS, 19ii8, requesting him to thereafter proclaim May 1st every year as Child Health Day, has proclaimed May 1st 1932 as Child Health Day, and "called upon all Governors of the Status of the Union to make su>:h a proclamation tc their people; and WHEKEAS, Point Five of the "Children's Charter" claims the right of every child to health protection in him home, in the school he attended, and in the community in which he lives; and / WHEREAS, the responsibility j'or the welfare of children is recognized today as a community responsibility as well as an individual duty; THEREFORE, I, 0. Max Gardner, Governor of North Carolina, do hereby proclaim Monday, May 2, 1 932, as Child Health Day, to be observed in conjunction with other States of the Union; and 1 urge that all the agencies of the State adopt as their program tfeis year the American Child Health As sociation theme, "Support Your Com munity Child Health Program ? It Protects Your Home," and the State Board of Health program this spring to get all children immunized agatnst diphtheria, typhoid and smallpox. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of North Carolina. Done at the Capitol, in Raleigh^ this 8th day of April, 1S32. 0. MAX GARDNER, Governor. GREAT SCHOOL YEAR AT LITTLE RIVER Graduation exercises i'cr the Sev enth Grade pupils in Litt'e River school last Friday afternoon were greatly enjoyed by the students and a large number of parents and friends cf the graduating class. One notice able result of the school year's work was the happy spirit of cooperation that has prevailed throughout the year here. Principal H. P. Nicholson and his assistant teachers, Miss Julia Wood and Miss Flora Al'ison, ex pressed deepest gratitude to all the patrons of the school and the citizens of the community for the splendid support given the school. Many patrons declared that the year just closing had been one of the most successful years in the history of the community, and many kind expressions were heard among the patrons for the splendid work done by Prof. Nicholson and Misses Wood and Allison. James F. Barrett and 0. H. Orr were the speakers of the day at the commencement exercises. It was ex plained by Prof. Nicholson that the graduating clasa unanimously select ed these two men to appear on the program. Diplomas were awarded to Earl Cantrell, Aralee Hamilton, Robert Kilpatrick, Malvin McGaha, Hall Merril', Helen McCrary and Theo dore Merrill. Edward Duncan won the prize for nerfect attendance, while Marvin Taylor won the D. A. R. history medal. Rev. Walter Holtzclaw con ducted the devotionals. LEGAL TRANSFERS W. A. Parker and wife to A. E. Wilson and wife, Lessie Hogsed and wife to Virginia M. Baird. I.. E. Johnson et al, trustee to the Federa'. Corporation. A. F. Mitchell, commissioner to J. F. W. Mills. MOUNTAIN BROOKS ATTRACT ANGLERS Large Numbers Of Lovers Of The Sport Flcck To This Section. Clear mountain brooks tumbling down through picturesque mountain vaieys are attracting many anglers from all parts of the country, to '? Western North Carolina, following I the opening of the trout fishing sea son on April 15. The stocking of the Wcstc.ii Nort'.'C" olir.a streams with , brook and rainbow trout each year is auding annually to the population if the brooks and to the luck of the angler. The streams of the Pisgah Nation al Game Preserve on the slopes of Mount Pisgah, opei.ed to fishing for thirty days durir.< the season, nsually .'uiing May and June, attract many fishowr.eb. Over 60,000- young trout have been added "to the:*e streams this season, the new stock being placed in tearing poll's at John Rock and in the Pink Beds Area of the Preserve, to be liberated next fall in the streams Near y 100,000 trout have been added annually to these streams for a num ber of years, and the strict supervi sion over fi.ihing has increased the supply of the finny tribe in the waters of the Preserve. The opening date for the Preserve streams, this year, has not yet been announced. 1 Trout brooks in the 18 Western North Carolina counties oiler 3,000 miles of fishing waters. With the ex ception of streams in game preserves, , the fishing waters will be open to Angteis from April 15 to September 1. Fishing for muskelunge __in the upper waters of the French Broad River will be legal during the same period. Small mouth bass may be tak en from the streams, from the artifi cial lakes and other bodies of water in the region from June 10 to Octob er 1. Fishing for other species is al lowed from June 11 to May 1 of the following year. The development, and protection of public fishing waters in the nationa. I forests, the protected and stocked streams of the five ia--ge game pre serves and the newly created Great Smoky Mountains National Park, give promise of mnjking Western Nnrth Carolina in the near future, a para dise for the trout fisherman. The sixty or more artificial lakes add in terest for the angler who likes varie ty in his sport. Our fishermen of the section predict good fishing for the angler in this region, this season. BREVARD BOWLERS j WIN OVER VISITORS A -West Asheviile bowling team want down in defeat before Brevard rollers here Friday evening or. the T. & H. Recreation Alleys, losing by 206 pins. Duck Phut Box score: Brevard Tota's Bean 108 92 108 308 Hardin 11! 96 103 31C I.oftis 103 99 114 316 Trantham J.27 109 112 348 Bridges 115 153 ... 26? Jerome 98 98 564 549 635 1648 West Asheviile Totals Householder ... 94 92 8S 26S Atkins 112 84 95 291 Hall 89 86 97 272 Steelman 91 123 113 327 Glenn 96' 95 92 283 48S 480 480 1442 IN MEMORY OF BILLY PRINCE CANNON Farewell! sweet child, farewell! 'Tie sad from thee to part, i Although the Lord hath called thee home It almost breaks our heart. Farewell! sweet child, farewell 'Tie hard to give thee up; "It is God's Wil." ? we humbly bow and drink the bitter cup. ! Farewell! sweet child, farewell! Thy sinless soul is free; Thou are saved by Christ's atoning | blood, so freely shed for thee. ! Farewell! sweet child, farewell! Thou are only gone before; In heaven we shall meet again, Where partings come no more. MRS. PRINCE CANNON W. O. W. DISTRICT NEWS ITEMS s ^ ^ . 1 n (BY W. II. GROGAN, JR., District Manager) The following Camps wi'l report to District Convention Applications secured during 1932, also for Nov ember and December, 1031. Ths 19?2 record follows: Canm No. 213, Hendersonville, 23; Cnmp No. 95, Leno'r, 1; Camp No. 8<>G, Granite -Falls. 0; Camp No. 158, Hudson, 1 : Camp No. 905. Hayasville, 5; Camp No. fc>&9,, 2; Camp No. 1, Asheville, 2; Camp No. 746, Granite Falls, 1; Camp No. 081, Mill Spring, 8; Camp No. 295, ltosman, 8; Can p No. 115, Brevard 6; Camp No. 500, Sylva, 15; Camp No. 891, Murphy, 7; Camp No. 403. Forest City. 29; Camp No. 369, Cliff side, 1; Camp No. 189, Marion, 3; Camp No. ;?!!'!, Canton, 13; Camp No. 80, Hickory, 1. See next week's i,-;sue -of The Bre vard News for Minutes of Brevard Rosman District' Convention. . Soverigns ! Our next State Conventiiw -?omes to our District, we all want to make a good record from May 1, 1932, to May 1, 1933. We can do it of all members give us a he'ning hand and ?. good strong push. What say you? Cam p Rr-i-icvj Y.\ v.-vrtklin Cotj> N'>. SP9 ? ; -?} Sept. 29, 1927. twenty two members are enrolled in the Camp with $26,500 Insurance. There have been no deaths in this Camp. Wayah in the Cherokee Indian language means wolf. C. F. Higdon, Financial Sec., T. T. Love, Consul Commander. Maiden Camp No. 877 was charter ed March 6, 1925. Thirty-nine mem bers are enrolled in the camp with $43,000 Insurance. There have been no deaths in this camp. J. R. Taylor, Financial Sec., T. A. Carpenter, Con; sul Commander. Iflng's Mountain Camn No. 15 was chartered Ju'y 29, 1899. Thirty-five members are enrolled in the camp with $37,452.00 Insurance. Five mem bers have bpen lost by death and 5,034.28 has been paid to their bene ficiaries. Grady Dixon, Financial Sec., B. P. Jackson, Consul Commander. Baldwin Camp No. 857 East Mari an, was chartered July 24,.- 1923. Forty-two members are enrolled in the camp with $38,000 Insurance, One member has been lost by death and 51,000 has been paid to his benefici ng. This Camp has had 4 Consul Commnnders and only three (3) .-'erlts. The present clerk ha3 been five years. C. C. Hall, PI. c C. O. JenWn?, Consul Commander, Legal Advertisements j 1 NOTICF ! OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE NORTH CAROLINA ...County of Transylvania. r Under and by virtue of tne power ' and authority contained .n that cer tain deed ? of trust executed by Sut 'ton Wilson (unmarried) to The Raleigh Savings Bank and Trus'? Company tr&stee (the under signed trustee having succeeded t the rights and title of the named trustee, under chapter 207 Public Laws of 1931.) which said deed o. trust is dated September 1, 1926 an recorded in B^ok 11, Hage 120, ^ * Transy'vania County Registvy, fault having been made in 'he pa ? ment of the indebtedness thereby s ^ cured and in the conditions therem secured, the undersigned trustee, will on Tuesday. May 17, 19^2, at or a twelve o'clock noon, at the courthouse doer at Brevard, N. C., offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property. FIRST TRACT. AU that certain n:?cc, piirc ! or tract of land contain ing forty-one acres, more or ? situate, lying and being w Bojc. Township, Transylvania County, State of North Carolina, just off otatc Highway No 28, leading from Bre vard to Hendersonville, aoout five (o jpiles almost North East of Brevard, and having such shapes, metes, courses and distances and us will more fully appear by reference to a plat thereof, made by A. L. 11 C. E., on the" 1st day of September, lO^C, and attached to the abstract ol title now on file with the Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank of Raleigh, M c the same being bounded on the North by the lands of Sutton Wilson and Julia A. 'Vilson 3 ^nd on th? East by the lands of J. L. Wilson, on the South by the French Broad River: and on the West by the Frem.h Broad River and being the identical tract cf land conveyed by Agustus J. Osborne et al. of date Oct. 18, iJOo, to Sutton Wilson; said deed beini, da IV registered m Book No. U, a page 210, of the Transylvania County Registry of Deeds; to all of which reference is made for a more com plete description of the same. SECOND TRACT: All that cer tain piece, parcel, <:r tra$t of land containing two (2) acres, more or ltss, situate, lying and being Township, Transylvania Jpuntj. State of North Caro.ina, just off otau Highway No. 28, leading f?n'Bre' vard to Heuderronvilie, about h\L (a. miles almost Northeast of Brevard, and having such shapes, mete, courses, and distances as will more fully appear by reference to a > pjai thereof, made by A. L. Hardin, C. on +he 1st. day of September, 1926,, and attached to the abstract of title now on file wiih the Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank of Raleigh, N. C.,tht I same being bounded on the North by the lands of A. D. Lyday; on the East by the lands of A. D. Lyday. on the South by the lands of i- 3- JacK son; and on the West by the lands of Z. B. Jackson, and being tjhe ideiitic , tract of land conveyed by i . E BJythe I (unmarried) of date Deo 9, 19-^ Sutton Wilson (unmarried), said deed being duly registered in the Transyl vania County Deed Registry in Book No. 55, at page 156; to all ofwhich ' records, books, and pages, reference is made for a more complete descrip tion of the same. THIRD TRACT: All that certain ! piece, parcel or tract of land jontcin . ing Three and One Third (3 1-3) i acros, more or less, situate, '^,"8 ," i being in Boyd Township, Tram,>? i vanis County, State of North Carolina on State Highway No. 28 ; from Brevard to Hende^onville sbout five (5) miles almost North East ot Brevard, and having such shapes, . metes, courses and distances 3S w. : more fully appear by reference to a plat thereof, made by A. L. Hardin, C. E., on the 1st day of September, 1926, and attached to the abstract of title now on file with the Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank of Rale'Sy-> N C., the same being bounded on i tnc , North by the lands of A. D. Lyday; on the East by the lands of C.U Pickelsimer; on the South by State i Highway No. 28, and V M. Owenby , I on the West by the Boilston Road and V M. Owenby; and being the identi cal tract of land conveyed by deed from C. L. Pickelsimer and wife. Ha Lee Pickelsimer, of date Aug 14, 19* - ? to Sutton Wilson (unmarried) and being Med for Record Sept 1st 1926, at 11:25 a. m. with the Register of Deeds for Transylvania County; to, all of which reference is made for, a more complete description of the . ! c^jne. . I Terms of sale cash and trustee will . require deposit of 10rr of the amount of the bid as his evidence of good This the 16th day of April, ' NORTH CAROLINA BANK AND I ' TRUST COMPANY, Trustee, Successor to The Raleigh Sa^ - ings Bank and Trust Company, Trustee, t J. L. Cockerham and Robert Weinstein, Attorneys Raleigh, N. C. April 21, 28, May 5, 12. , NOTICE of Sale of Real Estate Under and by virtue of power and authority contained in that certain deed of trust, dated July 1st, 1928, and recorded in Book 1, Page 14, i Transylvania County Registry, and executed by Carl H. Case and wife, to the Citizens National Bank o* Raleigh, N. C., Trustee, -and assumed by J. B. S. Mcintosh, the present owner, default having bee? made in the payment of the indebtedness se cured thereby, whereby the entire Amount of said indebtedness became due and payable and demand having been made by the holder of said note upon the trustee named therein to advertise and sell the property des cribed in said deed of trust, the undersigned will offer for sale for cash at public auction at the Court house door in Brevard, Transylvania . County, N. C., at noon on Wednes day, May 11th, 1932, the following I described real estate: i Lying cn the East side o." But ?a POLITICAL NOTICES To the DEMOCRATIC VOTERS of Transylvania County: I hereby announce to the Demo cratic voters of Transylvania County that I will be a candidate for nom ination for County Treasurer, sub ject to the action of the Democratic Primary. 0. L. ERWIN. NOTICE . To The Democratic Voterj of Transylvania County I hereby announce myself a candi date for the Office of Representative of Transylvania Countfcjft the State Legislature, subject to Trction of the Democratic Primary. S. IV VERNER. FOR LEGISLATURE I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination on the Democratic ticket for Representative in the legislature from Transylvania county, subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary. ?' W. M. HENRY. FOR TREASURER I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination, on the Democratic ticket, for office of County Treasurer, sub ject to the will of the voters in the June Primary. MRS. T. II. GALLOWAY. FOR REGISTER DEED.? I hereby announce mysely a* candi date for nomination and reelection asH Register of Deeds of Transylvania county, subject, to the will of thi Dem ocratic voters in the June Primary. My record for the past two years is my platform. JESS A. GALLOWAY. FOR TREASURER I hereby announce my canclidacv for nomination as Treasurer for Transyl vania County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. G. M. JUSTUS. FOR LEGISLATURE To the Citizens of Transylvania County: I hereby announce my can didacy for nomination as Representa tive of Transylvania county in the next session of the General Assembly of the State of North Carolina, sub ject to the action of the Democrats, primary. T. C. HENDERSON FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination on the Democratic ticket as Sheriff of Transylvania county. Any support given me wiil be appreciated. T. S. WOOD. FOR LEGISLATURE I wish to announce to the voters of the county that I am a candidate for the nomination for Representative in the lower house of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the democratic primary. M. W. GALLOWAY. > Vieta Drive, beginning at the corner of Lots No. 4 and 6 and runs with the east margin of Buena Vista Drive Sotith 20 degrees West 145 feet to a stake; thence South 59 (degrees 04 minutes East 240 feet to a stake in a branch ; thence' down with the cen ter of the branch North 56 degrees. East 187 feet to a stake in the branch at O. H. Orr's corner ; thence with his line North 59 degrees 30 rein. 140 feet to a stake at the Northeast corner of Lot No. 4; thence with the North line of Lot 4 North 59 degrees 04 minutes West 200 feet to the beginning. Being all of lot 4 and 70 feet of lot 3 in block 3 and the land to the rear of lots 3 and 4 of subdivision of the G. T. Glazener property by Lawrence Land Co. Said lots being located in Lakeview section of Lake Lawrence as surveyed and platted by Eagle Engineering Co. March, 1926, which plat is registered in Book 1, ?t page 5' t?f the deed records of Transyl vania County, N. C., Bounded on the East and South by O. K. Orr, and on the West by Lawrence Land Co. Property. This, the Glh day of April, 1932. NORTH CAROLINA BANK and TRUST COMPANY, successor to Citizens National Bank of Raleigh, N. C., Trustee. By: H. M. CORBITT, Vic e-PKsi dent. TERMS OF SALE ? CASH. PLACE OF SALE ? C O I ' R T' HOUSE DOOR. BREVARD. N. C. TIME OF "SALE? .VOO.V, WED NESDA Y, MAY 11, 1932. April 14, 21, 28, May 5. NOTICE * " TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF m THE TRANSYLVANIA 1 RAILROAD COMPANY: The Annual StockJftklers meeting of the Transylvania Railroad Com pany will be held at the general of-'?" fices of the company in the McMinn ' Building, Brevard, N. C., on Wednes day, the 4th day of May 1932, at 10 o'clock b. m. for the election of of ficers and directors to f'serve during the ensuing year, and for the trans action of any other business that may come before the meeting. A. K. ORR, Secretary. Brevatd. N. C.s April 13, 1932. April 21it, 28th. " THR RIGHT WAY TRAVE1 is by train. The safest. Most com fortable. Most reliable. Costs 1 en, Inquire of Ticket Agents regarding BTestJv reduced fares for short trip* SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM \ FF?v r?*77> WANT ADS

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