FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1923
THE BREVARD NEWS, BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
P R ETT,Y BUNGALOW
FDR CITY D
Design for Home That Offers
IS ATTRACTIVE AND "COMFY"
Floor Plan May Be Turned About t
Give All Day Rooms Front Outlook
-Lends Itseif Nicely to
By WILLIAM A. RADFORD
Mr. William A. K.i.;;:il will answer
juesiions arul siv :il'.' l-'HKK OF
JOST on all subject.-: I 'it! am : ntr to the
iLibject of building, fur th" rtaders of this
japor. On account of his v.-l-' i xp'-rienee
is Ei!tor, Author a!. ! ?. 'i n t act un-r. he
:', without .! '. 1 1 . t . t,..- awihority
jii all these subjects. A.I'.i.-- all Imiairies
.j William A. Ka.ii 'rii. N". iL7 1'iairie
ivenui', t'hieai;o. 111., an.l only inclose
I'.vorCcnt stamp for ie; !y
Then are not many mot ural prob
c'liis connect od with the buildim; of
-his bungalow. Kvcti ti.o dooorat i o
(ouch which 4S given the veranda bv
about ; suppose we have the veranda
thut is now in the front turned to the
side. The result la that we have the;
three day rooms, the living room, the
dining room and the kitchen, facing the
front yard and the road. Between
these three rooms and the porches tlte
housewife will live out the greater
part of the working day, consequently
no one will begrudge her the pleas
ant view of the front cf the house.
Neighbors will be passing and she can'
wave a pleasant greeting, and the oc
casional automobile or wagon go by,
giving a welcome break to the mo
notony of Bthe day. The rear porch
could be made larger and thus serve
for a washroom, and the front porch ;
or veranda lifted with a side entrance!
instead of as shown in the illustration.!
This would mean no disarrangement of
the plan, and the vines could be
trained to leave an arch of greenery. j
One touch which may not be noticed
on lirst observation is the way char
acter has been given to the brick
foundation and column supports by
slopping out the brick. This does not
weaken the structure of the brick wall
and in fact helps to throw off
A bungalow like this could be paint
'ed in light gi'oon. or brown, or cream
yellow, or gray for the body color, and
white paint used for the trimming. The
shingles, if cedar, could be stained a
weathered finish. The walls of the
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Tested prove the
Quality That's in Them
Plunged into a tank of
water, then dried and pressed
without the slightest change
in color, shrinkage or loss of
shape. Convincing proof of
the high quality of materials,
and the care with which these
clothes are made.
Just the kind of a suit you've been looking for. Cilothcraft "5130"
Standard Serj;e Suits wear well and retain their jroou appearance
because the materials used are all of excellent quality and because they
are made with more than the usual amount of care.
Made in blue, gray or brown serge in the styles you like to wear
sensible "real man" clothes with just the proper touch of good style
Don't put off getting that new suit any longer. Come in tomorrow
and let us show you these wonderful values.
See this "5130" in our window
THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE
the vine-hung pergola Is accomplished
without much trouble, since the re
quired lumber is simply ordinary stock
from the mill. Hidden In the illustra
tion, but shown on the plan of the
veranda, is an arbor seat under thl
pergola. The porch or veranda is nice
ly dimensioned and roomy and leads
directly into the living room, 13 feet
by 17 feet G inches. The dining room
is 13 feet by 12 feet G inches and opens
off the living room. The dividing door
way suggests sliding French glass
doors, and the dividing wall could
have built-in bookcases on the living
room side and built-in china closets on
the dining room side, sning furniture
outlay and improving each room
The kitchen is 11 feet by 11 feet and
Jia three '.. indows ins iring fine light.
1' Iihs a windowed pantr: and space
could b? left under the pantry window
f r outside Icing of tin- icebox. The
1wo 'bedrooms are connected with the
I athroom by a small corridor, and
lioth have good closet space. Between
he front bedroom and the bathroom
provision has been made for a base'
innt stairway. There might be an
'xtrn room in the attic; Bach as a stor-
j;sre room or playroom or additional
So far so good;
n the form may
tnent ihat this btil
l.trm residence p
1h basis of what
But. supposa W
the man living
tlon the state-
Is suited for
I. simply on
been snld of i'
rooms Inside could be finished In plain
oatmeal wall paper tints, or kal
somined or painted In plain colors
of gray, ecru, cream or the so
called "neutral" shades, with the fur
niture upholstery and the window
draperies and portieres giving the
brighter contrasting shades. Properlj
done, there Is no reason why this sim
ple dwelling should not only be pleas
ing exteriorly as well as within, but
a real "home" as well.
Firestone Prices on Fabric and Cord Passenger
Car Tires and Tubes, also Solid and Pneumatic
Truck Tires Will Advance May 1st
Long a Man of Leisure.
They had been talking for fnlly
three-quarters of an hour. The whole
neighborhood had been under review
during that time, and characters were
at a discount.
"Well." quoth Mrs. Maggs. "I must
be getting along, el my 'usband wlH
'arf kill me for beln' so long."
"Is working?" asked she of the
"No I vvlsu 'e wi re."
" 'Off long has 'e een out o' work?"
""( long? Le nme see I ain't
qulu Mire whether e was married In
'80 o- 'Xi.M Londoi. Tit-Bits.
The postponement of this price revision
if possible only because of our realization
of the price danger in the British Crude
Rubber Restriction Act which became
effective November 1, 1922. We were
fortunate in our rubber purchases before
the Restriction Act increased the price of
crude rubber 160.
We have always endeavored to cham-,
pion the cause of better made tires de
livered at lowest cost to the tire user by
economic manufacturing and distribu
tion. And we are glad of the opportun
ity to give the car-owner the additional
saving at this time.
Firestone Cords embody certain special
processes which result in their producing
mileage records, heretofore unheard-of
in the industry. Among the more im
portant of these superior methods are
blending, tempering, air-bag cure and
Firestone Dealers are co-operating
with us in our movement to supply your
needs at present prices as long as their
stock lasts and we have advised our
dealers that we will supply them with
additional tires this month only so far
as our output will permit.
See the nearest Firestone Dealer.
Purchase a set of these Gum-Dipped
Cords. Prove for yourself their re
markable mileage advantages and easy
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLI
CATION North Carolina.
Brevard Township, before T. S.
Wood, J. P.
L. M. Glazener an, Dan Glazener
J. R. Mohoney
The defendant above- namej will
take notice that a .summons in the
above entitled cause was issued a
gainst the defendant on the 17th day
of March, 102:5, by E. M. Whitmire,
a Justice of the Peace of Transylva
nia county, an,j said summons being
made returnable before T. S. Wood,
a Justice of the Peace of Brevard
township, Transylvania county, for
the sum of thirty-six dollars due for
' poods sold and delivered, which sum
mons is returnable before T. S. Wood
J. P. at his office in Brevard on the
255th day of April at 10 oclock A. M.
The defendant will also take no
tice that a warrant of attachment
was issued by said Justice on the 17th
day of March, 192;, against the
property of the said defendant,
which warrant is returnable before
the said Justice, at the time and
place above named for the return of
said summons, when and where the
defendant is required to appear and
answer or demur to the complaint,
or the relief demanded will be grant
ed. T. S. WOOD, Justice of the Peace
4-20-tfc. Dan Glazener, Rosman.
'.-j Rico Rais
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1 Less Sugar.
s' association of
'ts estimate of
23 as 392,782
-.re also op-
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio
LOWE MOTOR CO.
Most Miles per Dollar
TOWN ELECTION FOR NORTH
The Mayor of North Brevard. Fred
Johnson, called a meeting of the
board of aldermen and citizens of
the town on the night of March 26.
1923, the meeting was called to ord
er by the mayor and the following
business was transacted :
First that there be an election held
on May the 8th, 1923, at the Resi
dence of M. J. Orr. Second that
M. J. Orr was elected register of el
ection and Mrs. W. H. Grogran and
Mrs. J. A. Johnson appointed judges
for said election. Third that the
Register's book be kept open four
Saturdays beginning on April 7th.
The following names were nomin
ated: For Mayor: D. P. Kilpatrick.
For Aldermen: T. B. Crary, Dr.
J. H. McLean, J. A. Jahnson.
Ladies be sure to register so yot
5-4-5tc. Fred Johnson, M?yor.
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