FRIDAY, AFXIL ZD, 1323
THE BHEVARD NEWS, PREVABD. NORTH CAROLINA
FOR SPORTS WEL
Knitted Suits to Be Among the
Wool and Silk Are Combined In
Dresses Which Have Marks of
Domino patterns in sweaters and
uits are very much the fashion, notes
a fashion writer in the New York
Tribune. This effect is obtained by
using silk and wool of the same color
n tiny alternating squares.
A three-piece knitted suit in domino
pattern is of silk and wool. The blouse
lop of the dress is all of silk deli
cately trimmed with a sort of knitted
-wool braid, l'.oth the skirt and the
jacket, the latter in Chinese mandarin
form, show the domino pattern.
Wool Jersey suits for sports are
made with borders in angora effect
railed laine gratee. There are inter
esting new knitted dresses which
liave all the niartcs of dressmaker
r.ride models. Very attractive are
those of white silk with beautifully
wrought patterns in white wool.
Some attractive suits are of knitted
wool in brown, beige and black, in
el.ine effects. These consist of two
pieces, a skirt and a straight box coat,
ihe bottom of the coat being in loose
.ir-Mo f'ffor't with brown bunds.
An exceptionally attractive model
j'ist brought over from Paris Is of a
.soft sea-foam gray, with an embroid-
Wool and Silk Three-Piece Suit Knit
ted in Domino Pattern.
v'od pattern in tobacco brown. An
other in gray has the pattern brought
at in biack. Many of these frocks
fiave capes knitted in a matching pat
Another striking model is in yellow
and black wool, showing a border trim
oiitig in Mark silk interwoven to give
Hie effect of embroidery. Beige chine
wool is ustd fur a one-piece knitted
ocss which is trimmed with panels
oi beige silk.
PEARLS TIGHT AEOUT THROAT
R'ch Beads Are No Longer Left to
1 'Hang Loosely in Long and Re
v I 'earls, so the newest dictates state,
.ire worn tight about the throat. They
iare no longer left to hang loosely in
j!ong and repeated strands. This is en
tirely a new idea, but quite consist
ent with the styles of dress that we
have been adopting with such zeal
and with the coiffure arrangements
liat Lave developed to go ;.:
I 'or the bobbed heads S'.:;., :
:v switches of various sorts i;.
(hose wreaths of silver and
tor evening wear. They wind
the he.jd in great severity or ino v:;'c
i raying lia-.-s. according to the '-I'e
-f die;.., and the tvpf of face. s en
'f ;i:''i!i are merely wide bands
.ribbon, some ;.re twisted togeiiier and
f-ttiil ftbers are inaiie of strings of
ribbor. tiowers in many varying and
cifrastlng rulers. Some girls are
even stringing strand- of pearls
Through their curling locks and there
ire any number of jeweled bands
showing the .!. :rs of the gowns or
i-eoning to the sparkle of crystals. If
At seems a better combination. '
7?1NG COLORS TO BE GAY
F Blues, Greens and Grays, Pais.
).-' and Bandanna Effects Prom
ise to Be Popular.
Itil.inery trade authorities ngrw
that this spring will be a season of
color, -and the Indications where mora
than one shade Is used lean mora
strongly to somber effects than to
Reds, especially berry, and the full
family of browns top the list of poj
ular hues at the moment, and give
promise of holding their position
throughout the entire season. The call
for the various reds is accepted us ft
reaction from a season of blues, and
the favored colorings include all the
red. rose and tvtk shades. Lanvln
frreon eontlniif-" ; 'avor, it.i1 foy pray
Js a new lim well liked. ' the
combination V and b nn
(Continued from page One)
dight blinds into evening darkness,
helpless herds are placed in safe
Often the herder is scarcely abed
ire the howl of the wolf or the
cream of the panther is heard as
hey scent for' blood; but he exults
. . l h a feeling of safety and rests
Returning ,to the subject in hand
--the making of a web of mixed
jeans, do you see in the smokehouse
corner a sailed, repulsive looking
jug? It is filled with old blue dye,
brought, I dare say, with other shat
tels from Burke or Rutherford. If
you look you will see also a three or
four-gallon pot on the kitchen hearth
two-thirds full of diluted lye of wood
ashes. The contents of this ugly jug
are poured into it. A poke contain
ed a gallon or more wheat bran,
a le-s one containing mail,
der (some of the unlearned,
but good blue dyers called "mather")
Mid another of Spanish float or in
co were ingredients. Tht. pot is
left alone, rave a dallly stirring fo.
!ie or six days to ferment. When
ready, the v. oo i intra rse 1 in hand
and so held untill wed! saturated.
: rung and naced to "air." The same
moce-s is repeat!
iai!y until the pro-
tint is ob'. :med.
'.v: : Imether is now ready and be-i!-.e
carding process. She
atehes up a handful of the blue
wool, draws it over the card-teeth
.mi what is caught by the teeth con-
it '.it os when thoroughly distinguish
'.! ;i large roil or 'b'at." each cardful
, ;ake.-- ;i "bat;" each hat is laid on
.mother and when finished she has a
Tiat stack of blue wool piled on th0
ml kept "for company." The same
n.cess attends th,. white wool.
i'hv is now ready for mixing. To
make a ligid mixed, site takes two
'bat:-" of each color. places them
'er.gside of each other and plucks
Lent into small parcels. But her
i-;iuious taste prefers a darker
hade; si he takes 4 bats of the blue
ml- -mm;- -tm
E i.ji: "-- -
AND :!'-r.t:; r r.Iyor.c rca-on
whv "SURii-F'T" is v.z
world's r.io-:cc mt.;rt.;b'rac.
ro cia.'tic to bi::J the fcrc-
i iic simple zc.ji
'Where Q'lalitv Reigns
Br.vard. N. C
IINISCENTES OF J. M.
fat. ;w UVJ
Cor.i for tabic sv
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Don't Carry Water
Don't be a slave to your dishes. Save
the time and drudgery of carrying and heat
ing every bit of water you use. Install run
ning water right in your kitchen.
Turn the convenient faucet and have
hot or cold water immediately. The satis
faction you will experience will repay you
many times the cost of such a system. Let
us figure on your plumbing at once.
Our reoair deoartment is eauiooed with
y the idea of prompt service in any
Mfejo emergency at the least expense
NICHOLSON & DUCLOS
Plumbing, Tinning and Sheet Mtal Work
j and 3 of the white and pulls them
j together as above. This mixture is
jrecardedd into bats and replucked
linto still smaller bits. It is now
ready to be carded into "rolls" for
spinning. The carding and spinning
are done alternately, which is the
most laborious part of the undertak
ing , Preparatory to spinning a shuck
j properly trimmed is curved around
the spindle. As the thread is drawn
out it is run on the shuck to the com
pletion of the "brooch," which by
means of the shuck is readily re
moved, a stick inserted into the spin
Idle cavity and stuck into a nick of
' the kitchen wall. Before the spin
ning is done grandmother has to her
taste a well bedected room. It would
require a ready writer to draw a
graphic pen picture of grandmother
: spinning. We. can get a better real
ization by giving it an arithmetical
form and study th(. soluton.
j In drawing a thread of lineal
feet graudmoi her makes six back
ward steps of 12 inches each ami 1
forward steps of IS inches each.
The brooche a: run oil" on a reel
-40 inehe- in ..irmeter im.o "cuts;"
! cut.- of 1 2r threads mak,. a "hank"
or 1 yard of thread, equal to one
yard of cloth. 23 yards make this
, weft of jeans. How far did grand
mother travel in a direct line in
spinning this weft of cloth? How
many of her great granddaughters
will interest themselves to answer?
Please solve and forward the solution
whilt. we take
recess. We promise
mention to those respond-
J. M. HAMLIN
A scientific" wruV-'r, who appear? to
be about ten years behind the times,
predicts that in ten years there will
he no servant itis in American homes.
Canada complains that we Ameri- i
cans know nothing about Canadians, j
Well, for the matter of that, we Amer-
leans do not know very much about j
strap (hidden n oovc the v; jor)
vvorks the same vav as a belt.
A slight pull, and your
15 tiriitsr o:
;:cw i ;tt
Ironi A'ncricnti ar.d xz:zc?-.
mills. Prices th: sa:.-i" c;
you'd piy ic-r r.ny srylir-h
t,r. you. ICOU
bv J small, in vis
il,Ic strap, ro your
' ;': :
A COUPLE of coats of paint and a fw fancy frills and a new
house may at first be a thing of beauty. But -"Beauty is only skin
deep' The real test comes wh:n the newness begins to vcar off.
Pcor construction and CHEAP, INFERIOR MATERIALS re
sult in q lick deterioration. The rra.i who endeavors to save on first
cost by us:ng cheap materials soon linds himself loaded c'own with
bills for unnecessary repairs, and he ultimately pays a great deal mere
for his house than if he had built right in e first place.
Especially in the house that is built for speculation ("cu.it to seli)
is quality reduced to the irreducible minimum. Ti c use c f inferior
short-lived materials in place of substantial, curable materials is today's
greatest menace to the building of better hemes.
YOU will want your home to be as nearly expense proof as pos
sible! Then BUILD your own home and see thai only fne best mate
one who knows
materials will give you ATTRACTIVENESS
DURABILITY AT REASONABLE COST.
We are in position to give you such counsel and advice and offer
it to you without obligation.
Consult Us Before You Build
It may he OoJ business for some dealers to handle and supply their
trade with cheap materials because such materials usually brin a bier
profit, but it's not fjood business for the customer. Nothing is good busi
ness for us that is not good business for our customer friend-.. Ali our
materials stand representative of 100 per cent value and insure our custom
ers of lasting satisfaction.
LAND SALE UNDER
j MORTGAGE. I
' Vy virtue oi tin- powvr of s-K' con j
! t-'dnt-l in a certain mortaue dee i '
I executeil hy Luther (Irtuely ami wife
; on the 20th uay of .January. 1 '. 1 7 to j
.-.cure a ceriain iii'lelitei'n;e.-s tlierein ;
i mentioiT'il. which itiilebi i-dness i ;
' i:.-ict due ami has not !-, i pai-I, j
aiiij deniaiiii.- I'.av.n; le i a ir.aK' o:: 1
ills- mortu'ep-er to nay the same a.'i !
jiryii'i-nt liavint:' been refused, and j
th.e power of sale contained in tin.- j
1 said inortL'auc havirrr become opera- I
J The uncle !!:; nod Ih'ovard P.ankinc ;
j empany, niortynvo, will sell at
' c'ourt House Door in Brevard, X. ('.,
to the hitrhet bidder for ea.-h on Sat
j urday. May .".th. l'.J:;, at twelve c"
j clock the following described land
j ;ind iiremises embraced in said mort
Lvimr in Cathov's Creek Township
adjoining the lands cf -1. M. Morgan!
j heirs, bevrinninjr on a black oak J. M. j
! Morcran C orner ru::s .South M nccr.
I West IT poles and IT links on the
! North West Bank of the road; then!
! with the road North 45 dec. West
I pedes to a stake; then North (U den
west' 2 pol(
to a stake, then north
51 dotf west -1 poles., then north m
deft' west -1 poles to a staKe. men
deu west 14 poles to a stake, then
leaving the road north 4T, de-. west
nob's to a stake, then north 'J'J dof.
west 1 poles to a black oak. then
west crossing the branch 11 poles to
1 .1 1 .... T . l . . . I
... . .
i,a staKe m me orancu. aieii up ami
the branch 24 poles to a maple
at the head of the branch, then north
1-2 dejr west 8 pales to a stake
ill Lilt lUl UJUWll nut:, nun m.- .'ivi-
ean heirs line, then with said Brown
line south 8G dejr. east 89 poles to a
stone, the bejrinninR' corner of the oid
Brown tract, then north east 12 poles
to a stake and pointer, then South 4
dep'. West 93 pores t oa stone, at tne
J. M. Morgan corner, then north 84
cleg, west 4 poles to a stake, then
North S4 dee. west 4 poles to a stake,
tne nnortn u- i- ueK west P
to a stake, then north 42 dep. west
on Tioc lsoo- nn no- nntoin
mg o acres niorv r
Sale made to satisfy said indeb-
tedness mentioned in said mortgage
together with interest, cost and ex
penses of the sale.
This March 29th, 1923.
Brevard Banking Company.
By Welch Galloway, Attorney.
Having qualified as administratrix
nf tha rcf nf of M M TCinc r?ffd.
late of Transylvania county, North
r.mlm thi, 5 T,nt!fv 11 nnrsnils
having claims against said estate to
! present them to the undersigned on
or before the 16th day of March, '
1924, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons
' debted to said estate will please
-fike immediate settlement,
hi Ma-ch 16, 1923.
. D. L. E
materials 0 into it!
the building; game and c
J. A. MILLER, Manager
CITY PRESSING CLUB
J, E. WATERS, Prop.
All WOrk turned Out promptly
Main Street Brevard.
j North Carolina. Transylvania Countv
Havimj; qualified as administrator
i f t v r?n;i,-
i - "
j Transylvania C oumy, North C arolma,
! thi- i to notify ail persons havintr
l t . . l . rr - t-
claims auainst the estate of the said
deceased to exhibit them to the un-
dersiened on or before Anril f.th. 19
24, or this notice wdi be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate settlemnt.
This March oOth, 1923.
CHAS. B. DEAVER, Administra
te. A. of Louise E. Bailev.
NOTICE OF ENTRY
Entry No. 262G
r.ntr .o. oo
x s Fisher enters and claims four
acres more or less of land in
i back Township, Transylvania county,
North Carolina, on the head waters
of Toxaway River and bordering on
or near the top of Panther Trail
Ridge, adjoining the lands of E. D.
Owen and E. H. Jennings.
Beginning on a black oak. E. H.
Jennings corner and E. D. Owen line,
1 and runs with Jenmnfrs line various
courses as to included au vacant iana
, in said boundary.
Entered Mareh 23, 1923
Signed, I. S. FISHER
ROLAND OWEN, Entry Taker
Let Us Print
Your Sale Bills
A o ( rt (
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Nr. rih Carolina,
Brevtii-.J Banking Co.
to the umkrsitrned
Peace, from the affi
of .'iri'Va.-d Bankir , on:pany,
i'aintitf in the ab. A' e .titled
. that the defendant cannot
du.,. diligence be found in the
ami lnat the plaintiff has a
of action a;raiast the said
:id that it further appear
1 u'efendant has departed
at,, with the intent to do
reditor and avoid service
from t h
of summons. It is therefore ordered
by the court that notice of this action
be advertised at the court house door
an,) four other public places in the
county for four successive weeks, set
tin;;- forth the title of the action and
statinir tht. names of the parties and
the amount of the claims the issuing:
of the attachment anj a brief recital
of the subject mater, and the defend
ant to appear at the office of Thos. S.
"Wood, a Justice of the Peace of Tran
s""nia. county, hi nis omce in are
vard township on the 28th day of
APnL 1923 and answer or demur to
the complaint of said plaintiff
This 22nd day of March, 1923.
THOS. S. WOOD
Justice of the Peace
April 20, C. Paxton.
"In the Land of Waterfalls"
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
; pieage takf notice th t da
aftpr flat thp .,rl.,. hnn nmmL
i alter date tne various school commit.
W4 utv iiiv au&xvruo ciVUUV1 V vlllilll L-
tecmert 0f the county may receive
applications and elect teachers for
the session 1923-24. All teachers
who expect to apply for a poition
are required to file a copy of applica
tion with the County Supt. of Pub
lic Instruction. The meeting place
for the purpose of employing teach
ers will be in the office of the County
SupU of Public Instruction unles;
otherwise directed find nnrWiVorl h,-
Please bear this in mind and com
mence to make your plans for the
session of 1923-24 at your earliest
possible convenience. Thanks.
Very truly yours,
A. F. MITCHELL
County Supt. of Public Instruction