FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1923
THE BREVARD NEWS. BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
WHAT EVERY BOY KNDW
! How to be interestine.
How to settle any argument. , ;
How to get fruit for nothing,
How to dress In two minutest
' How to create a laugh in company.
; How to keep a bath tub Immaculate.
! How to improve on the dictaphone.
' How to save money on Btreet-car
How to dispel the tedium of a house
bold. ' How to polish a banister most effi
ciently. How to get full benefit out of a va
How to get along without a step
ladder. How to keep pillows from getting
How to fall asleep without fin
How to beat the daylight-saving
Row to escape boredom during a
How to make a favorable impression
on a tkg.
How to get around the one-pleee
bathing suit ordinance.
How to got more than the market
price for a catch of lish. Life.
FARM JOURNAL SAYS
TV don't rare how much a man says
If he only says it in a few words.
Evil cannot bo fought once and done
with. It must be fin ed and conquered
day by day.
It costs loss to keep a coal fire over
night tlian t leave it go out. Sallie
Ann Ivins sajs so.
Girls, mistrust a man who will not
take the last lmt cuke, but prefers to
wait for the next batch!
At this season of the year, out of
respect for their aire (if not ot all
seasons, in order to do them jusiire),
potatoes should be baked.
Just think what would happen if.
when you needed a doctor, you had to
wait as long for him :is he sometimes
has to wait for his' money.
Peter- "You didn't have a very good
time at your birthday party yester
day." I'aul "I did so!" "You did?
Then why ain't you sick?"
One of the saddest and most vexa
tious trials that come to a girl when
idle marries, is that she has to discharge-her
mother and depend upon a
Uncle Levi Zink says that to the
American boy there is an awful, a
majestic difference in weight between
the butt end of a tishpule and a hoe
A million microhes may be found on
the point of ii pin.
The germ theinry d' disease holds
there Is a specific ""pterin lor each defi
Micro! es are never found on gold
coin: paper money is an ideal harbor
ing place for them.
Webst-T defines bacterium: Micro-K-opic
organism of various forms and
shapes; a disease germ.
Bacteria are minute vegetable organ
isms, many species of which are harm
less; others are harmful to man. but
all are of mere or less value in the
economy of nature.
The average number of bacteria in
a teaspoonful of milk, kept under the
most sanitary condition, is 0.mx,UW.
Some d" ihein are probably doing use
ful work, but the others are decidedly
The grm theory of disease implies
that these living organisms are com
municated from an infected person,
principally by food, drink or air, grow
and multiply In the body with which
Ihey have come in contact and produce
the disease of which they are charac
teristic. VAGARIES OF HUMAN LIFE
More men than women are color
Four per cent of children are left
handed at birth.
Only one man in 200 is more than
six feet in height
Medical science Is unable to explain
the cautje of warts. '
One side of a person's face Is better
looking than the other, and experts
agree there Id no exception to Xhli
We can furnish you with
at the market price.
When in need of fuel phorx
2) ea venSin ia rd
CITY PRESSING CLUB
J. E. WATERS, Prop.
All work turned out promptly
Main Street Brevard.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE BRE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Brevard, X. ('., January 2h, 1023.
Proposal for Reinforced Concrete
Sealed Proposals will be received
-.nit! - o'clock of February 12, 1'.2:l.
by the Road Commissioners of Tran
sylvania county at their oliieo in
Brevard, X. C. for the construction
f a reinforce.! concrete bridge ovt r
-.he Flench Broad River at Penrose.
X. C. Plans and Speciticat ions for
this bridge will be on tile in the office
of the Road Commissioners at Bre
vard. X. ".. after January 2d, !'.i2:l.
Alternate plans, subject to approval
!v the Komi Co:umi.-iont rs, may bo
-ubmittod t.w days prior to date of
".pening bids. A certified check for
-"(H). OH. made payable to T. II.
Shipman. Chairman, mil i j-.-'comp;...;.'
ach bid. The Commissioners reserv,.
.he right to reiet any or all bids.
CHAP. E. ORR. Kcrctary
I'iider and by virtue of the power
:if sale contained in a certain Peed
;n Trust from A. II. King1 i his
v..fe. Ilessie R. Kin-, and II. ('. Sims
o the undersigned Trustee, said Deed
:n Trust bearing date of October 21.
I'.cjp,' and being executed to secure
.i itain indebtedness tin rein name.!,
imi default having- been made in the
ayment of said indebtedness.
, In rc"y the power of sale contained
ei said Deed in Trust has become
operative, and all notice- required
under the terms of said Deed in
r U .- t . effect! n g said de
auii having been given, and said de
fault not having boon made good, and
'he holder of the note evidencing said
;.-.!, eiedncs.5 h;vhig requested the
;t;ie :signe ! to advertise and sell the
Is embraced in said Deed in Trust
be applied upon said indebtedness
,f.rr paying all the costs of said sale;
ow, t!.( refore. I. thy undersigned
i'vusfoo, as ;. fore-aid will, on I-'ridav
''ebruary If--"., at 2 o'clock M.
;' the Court Hou-e door in the town
if Brevard, Transylvania county. X.
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
he following described real proper
ties, to wit:
First Tract: Situate, lying and
leing in the town of Brevard and on
.Vest Main Street; beginning at a
tone on Main Street, SO feet from
he southwest junction of Main . and
'ahiwell Streets, and runs with the
outh margin of Main Street north
'4 deg. west. S., feet to a stake. Mr
Minn's corner; thence at a right angle
o Main Street, south 26 deg. west
132 feet to a stake; thence parallel
Main Strict, south 4 deg. east
feet to ii stake, Bishop's corner;
hev ce north 26 deg. east l:J2 feet
o the beginning, containing one
"ourth of an acre, more or "less, being
pari of Lot No. .").' as shown on
he ieot of the town of Brevard, and
eip.g- the lot on which is now located
vhi- is known as King's (birage.
Second Tract: Lying and being in
he town of Brevard and on Caldwell
h reet, and known in the nlat of said
'own as Lot Xo. 6.": beginning at a
.ike the corner of 'Lots Gl ,G4 and
and runs south 6'4 deg. east 1C
Yet to a stake in the margin of Cald
ell Street; 'hence south 26 dg. west
32 feet to a stake; thence north 64
Yg we'd. 16.") feet to a stake, corner
f Lot Xo. 66 ;thonc? north 2G deg.
ast 132 feet to the beginning, con
ini'ig one half of an acre and being
he hinds on a corner of which is lo
afed what is known as the Snelson
Third Tract : Lying- 'n Transytv'a
:a county, X. C and on the waters
f Sutton's CrQek ; : Joe. e inning at" a
one, George Orr'sf west eorneB, and
ms west -10 poles to a stake: thence,
uth 41 poles to a small hickory;
Vr-nce vest -o2 poles to ft pine;
thence north 33 poles to a stake;
thence west 62 poles to a stake;
thence north 162 poles to a pine;
thence east 90 poles to a stake on
Long Branch, said Orr's corner;
thence down the branch about 40
poles to a maple; thence south 10
deg:. east 8 poles to a stake in the
big spring; thence north 57 deg. east
4 poles to a stake; thence south 83
deg. east 10 poles to a stake; thence
south 58 deg. east 18 poles to a locust;
thence south 75 deg. east 10 poles to
a stake; thence south 41 deg. east 29
poles to a stake in the. public road;
thence with the same south 3G deg.
west 20 poles; south 32 deg. west 18
poles; south 9 deg. west 37 poles;
south 25 deg. west 10 poles; thence
south 4 poles to the beginning, said
tract of land containing 102 acres
more or less, and raid boundary co
vering two small tracts of ten and
fourteen aeres respectively' hereto
fore conveyed by G. A, Cash to F.
YV. Hollingsworth, and conveyed by
him to II. C. Sims and specially
mentioned and intended to bt con
tained in and conveyed in this boun
dary, and described as follows, viz:
First: Described in a deed from
Geo. A. Gash and wife to William
F. Hollingsworth by deed dated Sep
tember 28, 1917 and registered in
Deed Book Xo. 40 page 210. Begin
ning on a large apple tree on the
bank of the road by the garden pail
ings and runs south 47 deg. east
with the road 20 poles to a stone;
thence south 72 cleg, east 20 poles
with the road to a maple; thence
south 34 deg. west 41 poles to a
stone; thence north 59 deg. west 40
poles to a white oak; thence north 34
dg. east 10 poles to the beginning,
containing ten acres.
Second: Described in a deed from
Go. A. Gash arid wife to Willie F.
Hollingsworth, said deed dated June
23, 1919, and registered in Book Xo.
43 page 158, Deed Records of Tran
sylvania county. Beginning on
stake on the bank of the road near
an apple tree, Hollingsworth's corner
and runs south 34 deg. west 40 poles
to a white oak; thence south 5!) deg.
east 40 polos to a stake; thence
s. 34 deg. west 30 poles to a stake;
thence north SO deg. west 25 poles
to a hickory; thence north 4 deg.
east 95 poles crossing the creek to
the road; thence with the road south
05 deg. east 35 poles to the begin
ning, containing 14 acres, more or
Fourth Tract: Adjoining the fore-
j going tract ot land ,and beginning
j at a Spanish oak and runs north 57
deg. west 253 poles to two chestnut
j oa.ks on what is known as Middb
Ridge; thence south 33 deg. west 127
: poles to a stake: thense south 57 dog.
eat 253 poles to a stake; thence north
i 33 deg. east 127 polo." to the begin
ning, containing 200 acres more or
j Fifth Tract: Being the same kind
conveyed by P. F. Cureton and other-
to iico. iian Dy deed (fated .tune
17, 1917, and described as follows,
viz: Beginning at a hickory on the
Fire Scald Knob, in the old J .L. G;
lir.e, formerly Sumner's, now T.
Fat'on el al. corner, and runs w
'he r line 14 poles to a nine, th-
corner, on ton of Fire Scald Knob;
thence with the top of the mountain
that divides the waters of Suti..n
Creek from Silver Creek to the main
top of Sutton's Mountain : tlvr.ce
with tiie J. W. Alexuim'-.r line a
northeast course to tin- Gash lit:
the tract last above described: th
with that line north 57 deg. we-
the beg-inning, containing
more or less.
S;x;h Trad : Adjoinim.
uds. Beeixnin::' e;i ; ;
e a t v on . : .e -ou;n siu
leading up Sutton Cree
line and i tins sou; It 33
poles to J . Y. A'e
thoro-o wiih Alexander":
: 1 1 i i
! Ue I'til i.'i
i 'nest ;i ut oak
e. a I : t hence
deLr. easi 70
easj 70 nob'.- i., ;:
and hickorv oak nw
east with the old M'.lh
i : a
to tie- old Gash
Gash line north
no; 'Inn c" v
service t, -e. (la-h'-st.ll
with Gash's line
to the beginning.
north 1 1
acres, more or less.
Seventh Tract: Referred t h
Deed in Trust as eighth, tract , and
being ail that tract of land. lying a. id
being; in Boyd township, Tran.-Iva-nia
county. X. G. Beg-inning at a.
bridge on Boils; on (.'reek in the
Rlantyre road and runs north a 2 lcs.
west "1 poles to a stake in the I'od
ston road near the yard gate of tiie
old George Orr house; thence north,
oeg. east with said road IU Doles
! to the corner of the garden, 1'. I'.
j Orr's corner: thenc,. with his liiv
l northward with dividing ridge 31S
j noles to the top of Pine Mountain,
i Ratton, Banks and Sumner's corner;
I thence south a 8 deg. west with R;it
' ton's line 97 poles to a stake in
(lash's line; thence south hi deg.
I east with Gash's line 158 poles to a
Spanish oak; thence north 4 deg. east
28 poles to a pine. Gash's corner;
thence south 86 deg. east OS poles
to the long branch; thence down and
: with said branch south !3 deg. ea;t
37 polos to a stake in said branch:
'thence south 2!l deg. oast 12 poles
, to the head of the spring; thence
; down and with said branch east 14
poles to the long branch; thence down
j and with said branch 44 poles to a
' large beech stump on th... bank of the
.branch; thence south 34 deg. east 18
i poies to the Boilston road; thenc( un
! and with sa.id road south 36 deg.
j west 36 poles: thence south IS deg.
west ."2 poles to the old Miller corner,
;a stone marked "DM"; thence south
ee deg. east 44 poles to Boilston
Creek; thence down and with said
creek 06 poics to the beginning, con
taining 160 acre-, more cr less, ex
cept 8 feet, along the Miller lino deed
ed to William Baynard for a road;
this being the same tract of land deed
d from T. B. Sims and wife to II.
S'- - -. by deed dated September
10K. and registered in Book Xo.
I ':1 at page 2.V1 of the Deed Record?
j "or Transylvania county.
The proceeds of said sale -to an
ply upon said mdebetedness, mtere-t
commissions, costs of sak etc., the
surplin, if any, to be pa;d to th"
said Grantors named in said Deed in
Trust, as their several interests may
the 22nd day of January,
Why You Should See The
Lumber Dealer First About
IT is a well-established fact that many homes which arc "built to
sell" are both poorly constructed and contain only the cheapest of
materials. Consequently the layman who knows nothing cr very
little about materials cr ccnstructicn cfp'rr.cs dees not get full value fcr
his money when he buys a house which is already constructed.
It is often thought that the lumber dealer is merely a merchant
whose business consists wholly of selling such materials as are re
quired for construction work. Instead, he is a man with a thorough
knowledge of and wide experience in all matters pertaining to build
ing. He is the one man who renders, and is able to render, more real
service without cost to builders and prospective builders than any
other party or parties connected with the buildirg industry. In the
matter cf hemes small hemes especially arc his advice rrd eivice
of special value to the builder. To consult a reliable lumber dealer
about Owning Your Own Heme is to insure yourself cf getting the
most and the best for the least money.
Many people who would like to build instead cf buyirg hesitate
in so doing because they believe that to build requires pay ii 'be entire
cost at one time. This is r.ctsc. It is .just as rasy 'c lirar.ee the
building of a heme as it is to buy a ready built bi use tn terms. We
will gladly explain to any prospective heme cwrcr hew crii'y the
financing problem can be solved.
Let Us Help You "Own Your Home5'
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"Done?" Yes we finish
our day's work and spend
the remaining hours at what
we think is rest. But come
to think, our eyes work 12
to 18 hours every dav and
during that time there is
never a stop or rest.
A perfect pair ot eyes is
rare. Nature is seldom ex
act, so it is hi"h! - important,
if you suspect your eyes
need assistance, that a relia
ble optometrist be consulted
one whose knowledge,
skill and experience are as
surance of correctly fitted
DR. S. ROBINSON
"Know Us By This Sign
7$ l'atton Ave, Asheville;
Note Watch this space
for announcement of Bre
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Justice J. Miner, de
ceased, late of Transylvania county,
X. C, this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of the
said Justice J. Miner, to exhibit them
to the undersigned at the office of W.
E. Breese, of Brvard, X. C, on or
before the 12th day of January. 1924,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons indebt-
ed to said estate will please make ini- j
OSIE MIXER WRIGHT, Executrix of
Justice J. Miner, deceased.
Let Us Print
Your Sale Bills
LAND DEEDS AT THE
iller Supply Com
J. A. MILLER, Manager
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May mean weeping in smoke or in sadness viewing the
rtiins of ycur home.
But Insurance shows business ability. Mean3 sat
isfaction in protection. Means Contentment of mind.
Means the saving of a lifetime's earnings. Means the
comfort of old age.
Destruction has visited your neighbor and our
neighboring town It awaits us.
Insure while it waits tomorrow may be too late.
Brevcrd Insurance Agency
T. H. GALLO V M' nager Brevard, N. C.
Brevard, North Carolina
I ;:iRTYiENTS College Preparatory. Normal, Music, Business, Do
mestic Art. Household Economics, Agriculture.
ALL L EPARTMENTS are directed by t ac'iers with special training
and large experience. They know their business.
INFLUENCES of the Institute are alone worth the c st of i l'ti :i.
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