THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, MSI
(Continued from Page One)
and the tabulations sent to mem
ber newspapers. National returns
thus far have been too limited to
give any correct idea of the trend
of political sentiment. We hope,
however, to be in position next
week to publish our first tabulation
of national returns in "Our Next
Vote Your Preference
There is still time to vote in this
poll; it is just getting well under
way. Let's all vote our respective
favorites and let voters in other
states know how we stand here
in North Carolina.
The poll is a strictly non-partisan
vote which does not politically
commit you in any manner. It is
not official, but purely a straw
vote, and in nature, a direct pri
mary vote which gives citizens a
chance to indicate to party leaders
which candidates are preferred and
the ticket upon which they would
like to see those candidates make
the race in 1936.
Again, may we suggest, that you
clip, vote and mail the "Our Next
President" ballot above, to this
Big Double Circus Will
Present Vast Program
W. L. Keene Goes to Ala
bama; Nothstein Pro
moted to Ranger
Several major changes in the
personnel of the Nantahala Na
tional Forest have been announced
during the past week.
W. L. Keene, who for the past
year has been in charge of land
acquisitions, has been ordered
transferred to the Alabama forest
with headquarters at Montgomery,
Ala. He is expected to leave about
the 15th of this month.
Walter P. Dillon, executive as
sistant to the supervisor, Philip
H. Bryan, left this week for Alex
andria, La., and has been succeed
ed by A. R. Karling. Mr. Karl
ing, formerly bookkeeper in the
Nantahala National Forest organi
zation, was transferred a few
months ago to the DeSoto Nation
al Forest with headquarters at
Jackson, Miss. He returned to
Franklin to assume his new duties
here last week. Mr. Karling, be
fore leaving for Mississippi, was
commander of the Macon County
Post of the American Legion.
W. L. Nothstein, connected with
the Nantahala Forest for several
years, left for Andrews yesterday
to become ranger in that territory
of the forest, succeeding Joe Ver
nier, transferred to the regional
offices of the forest bervice in
Atlanta. The transfer is a promo
tion for Mr. Nothstein, who re
cently passed a civil service exami
nation for junior foresters.
The world's newest bier show, the
Cole Bros.-Qyde Beatty Circus
fresh irom a five year European
tour will exhibit in Asheville Wed
nesday, Oct. 23.
The No. 1 advertising car, the
first of three in advance of the
Colossus of all amusements, is now
in this vicinity. Billposters, ban
nermen, lithographers, radio men
and press agents are heralding the
great event, and soon everyone will
be planning for a gala visit to the
world's largest "big top," the cen
ter of the biggest canvas city ever
assembled to thrill, entertain and
amuse a great and discriminating
Traveliner on three trains of
double-length steel railroad cars,
the giant of super-circuses will
brine 1080 neonle. 812 menaeerie
animals, five herds of elephants
and 500 horses.
Pre-eminent features is Clyde
Beatty, trained wild animal exhi
bition. Beattv is acknowledged to
be the greatest wild animal trainer
of all time.
There are 400 performers includ
ing the famous Nelson familv of
acrobats; the Imperial Harolds; the
Flying Thrillers: Allen King and
his cage of fury; Harietta, the
famous equestrienne, and 60 inter
nationally celebrated and beloved
clowns. The Cole Bros. -Clyde
Beatty horse fair has become a
feature amazing in its appeal
throughout the North American
The big holiday will be ushered
in with an immense street parade
at 11 a. m. Upwards of 500 hors
es, three score of elaborately carv
ed and gilded allegorical floats
and tableau wagons together with
many cages and open dens of Clyde
Beatty s animals will be seen in
the processional. There will be
five herds of elephants and two
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NEW STORE IS
E. B. Schulman To An
nounce Opening Date
In Few Days
Finishing touches were being
made this week on the remodeling
of the vacant store room in the
McCoy building on East Main
street preparatory to the opening
there of Schulman's Department
Store. Large plate glass -windows
were being installed today and
painters were ready to decorate the
E. B. Schulman, fdrmerly of Bes
semer City, N. C, proprietor of
the new store, was not quite ready,
however, to announce the exact
date for the opening of the store
He said he had already received a
large quantity of merchandise and
could open on short notice,, but he
preferred to get everything in read
iness before starting business here
He said he would announce his
opening date probably in a few
When finished the store will be
one of the most modern in West
em North Carolina. Mr. Schulman
said he would handle nationally
known standard lines of ladies' and
men's ready-to-wear, shoes and
novelties. He said he would organ
ize his sales staff next week and
would receive applications on Tues
day from those desiring employ
ment as clerks.
caravans of camels from the great
desert. Five bands and two steam
calliopes will furnish music. Doors
to the menagerie open at 1 and 7
p. m. The big show will start at
2 and 8 p. m. All seats are pro
vided with foot rests.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Lee Grant "believe it or not"
that's the name of a bouncing baby
boy born recently to Mr. and Mrs,
Elijah Grant, of Franklin. Not
withstanding the mixing of the
names, once absolutely incompat
ible, thjs particular young hopeful
gives promise of making a normal
FOR SALE Frigidalre in good
condition. Terms to right party.
For further information write P.
O. Box D, Franklin, N. C.
FOR SALE-One '35 model Chev
rolet pick-up truck. A Bargain.
FRANKLIN SERVICE STATION.
Franklin High Gridders
Lose to Sylva, 6-7
Franklin high's football team lost
by a single point to Sylva in a
hard fought game on the local
football field last Friday afternoon.
The score was 7 to 6.
MALE HELP WANTED
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh
Route of 800 families. Good prof
its for hustler. We train and help
you. Write today. Rawleigh Co.,
Dept. NCJ-74-SAT, Richmond, Va.
FOR SALE OR RENT RestauT-
ant equipment, consisting of large
range, electric refrigerator, electric
coffee urn, fountain, tables, dishes,
utensils etc. Can be seen at form
er Peek's Hotel-Restaurant on
Main St. See or write Frank I.
Murray, Franklin, N. C.
WANTED Good No. 1 grade
forest pine logs, 13 inches in diam
eter and up; 12, 14 & 16 feet long.
Call at our office for prices and
specifications. We also are in the
market at all times for good oak,
poplar, ash, maple, basswood, wal
nut and chestnut logs. We pay
government stumpage for our loggers.-
CO., FRANKLIN, N. C.
Junior Red Cross Drive
Launched in County
A movement looking toward the
formation of a Junior Red Cross
chapter in every school in Macon
county has been launched with
Mrs. Gordon Moore, of Franklin,
as chairman in charge of the or
Each school in the county is en
titled to enroll, Mrs. Moore said,
and for the sum of 50 cents a
room, or class, all Junior Red
Cross literature and equipment will
be sent to them. All schools that
already have organized Junior Red
Cross chapters were asked by Mrs.
Moore to report to her at once so
she can have them enrolled.
The Junior Red cross program
was outlined to the public school
teachers by Mrs. Mary Camp
Sprinkle, field representative of the
Junior Red Cross, at the monthly
teachers meeting in the Franklin
school September 28.
Her presentation of the subject
was inspiring and the teachers
were greatly interested in its pos
sibilities for training children, in
service, health and citizenship.
Airs. Sprinkle explained that it is
the children's own organization, be
ing made up of children, for chil
dren and by children.
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