North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, IMS
THE FRANKLIN PRESS and THE HIGHLANDS MACON I AN
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FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
SHOES
When you get blue
And the short days roll
We'll mend your shoe
With a bran' new sole.
FRANKLIN SHOE SHOP
Opposite Courthouse
"We Buy end Sell"
Bx 212 Troy F. Horn
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you suffer backache, dizziness,
burning, scanty or too frequent urina
tion, getting up at night, swollen feel
and ankles; feel upset and miitubU
... use Doan's Pills.
Doan's are especially for poorly
working kidneys. Millions of boxes
i are used every year. They ere recoam
mended by users the country mm
Ask your neighbor!
When Your Head
Feels Stuffy . .
Apply Va-tto-nol
...just a few drops.
Va-tro-nol pene
trates deep into
the nasal passages,
reduces swollen
membranes, clears
away clogging mu
cus, brings welcome
relief.
Two generous sizes
...301 and 501.
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HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS
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Lv. Asheville 5:00 p. m
Ar. Washington 6:50 a. m
Ar. New York 12:01 p. m.
Lv. Asheville 6:40 p. m
Ar Cincinnati 8:10 a. m.
Ar. Chicago 2:15 p. m
2 Cents per Mile-lS Pay Limit
2 Vz Cents per Mile- Months limit
Tickets honored la sleeplne and parlor
cars on payment ol proper charges let
space occupied . . . no surcharge
One Way Coach ram
IVzc Per Mile
AIK-CONDITIONED
EQUIPMENT
Air-conditioned Pullman Cars
and Southern Railway Dining
Cart have been placed la servles
e
The air condition in each lowel
berth, compartment and drawing
room is under control of the individi
ual passenger.
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Travel in Cool, Quiet, Delightful
Comfort, free from Dust, Smokt
and Cinders
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For lares, sleeping cat reservations am
other travel Information, call or write
R. H. DEBUTTS,
Aast. General Passenger Agent
Asheville, N. C.
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World's Newest Big
Show To
The world's largest circus, travel
ing on three trains of double
length steel railroad cars, with
1,080 people. 5 herds of elephants.
812 menagerie animals and 500
horses will exhibit in Asheville
Wednesday. Oct. 23. and through
out this section plans are perfect
ing for the attendance of every
man, woman and child so it seems
at one of the performances.
Everybody wishes to see the Cole
Bros.-Clyde Beatty Circus this year,
which recently returned from a
triumphal five year tour of Europe,
and it is a foregone conclusion
that the world's largest tent, seat
ing 10,000 persons, will be filled to
the last chair afternoon and night.
Six rings and stages and the hip
podrome track, to say nothing of
the vast maze of the earth's fore
most arenic talent four hundred
acknowledged kings and queens of
daring, grace, skill and incredible
agility. Fifty clowns will project
ten times that number of mirth
waves. Countless new foreign fea
tures and innovations new to
America are introduced on the gi
gantic program of the World's
Newest Big Show this year. Clyde
Beatty s gigantic trained animal ex
hibition will be presented in the
main performance.
Throughout circus day the three
gigantic tented stables of the Cole
Bros.-Clyde Beatty organization
will be open to the public free of
charge. Here lovers of fine hors
es may view at random hundreds
of the world's most beautiful
thoroughbreds. Perfect specimens
of almost every known strain will
be found in the big show's great
free horse fair which also includes
a congress of tiny Shetland ponies
to delight the little folks.
One of the largest, finest and
costliest street parade will be seen
at 11 a. m. Hundreds of horses,
five herds of elephants and two
caravans of camels from the great
desert will be seen. In the pictur-
Government Planning Aid
For Low -Income Farmers
Over 50,000 N. C. Families
Are Included in
This Group
RALEIGH, N. C, Oct. 16.-Spe-cial
efforts are being made by the
Resettlement Administration to aid
low-income farmers in North Caro
lina, according to Homer H. B.
Mask, of Raleigh, Regional Direc
tor of Rural Resettlement for the
states of Kentucky, North Carolina,
Tennessee, Virginia and West Vir
ginia. "There are more than 50,000 farm
families in North Carolina that
have a gross income of less than
$400 a year," Mr. Mask said.
"This small sum includes the value
of what is used at home for food
and feed, as well as what is sold
for cash. With 'such limited in
comes, it is difficult for these
farm families to buy the food items
that are necessary for a healthy
diet, and virtually impossible for
them to acquire land of their own.
Sank Permanent Bemefitis
"In extending aid to these peo
ple," Mask continued, "it will be
the policy of the Resettlement Ad
ministration to seek permanent re
habilitation of the borrowers by
establishing them on farms which,
together with other available em
ployment, will yield income enough
to make them self-sustaining, give
them an acceptable standard of liv
ing, and permit amortization of
their loans."
Those eligible for loans, in ad
dition to those recently registered
as borrowers from State Rural Re
habilitation Corporations, include :
farm owners, farm tenants, farm
laborers, share croppers, or per
sons who were recently in any of
the foregoing classes, and other
persons with farming experience
who are or were recently on relief
rolls.
The eligible list also includes
those who are in default in pay
ments to a Federal Land Bank and
are in danger of foreclosure and
eviction, and those who are in de
fault to the Farm Credit Admin
istration or its agencies, or have
been denied credit by it. The list
is still further broadened to in
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FAN DANCING ELEPHANT
esque line of march will be more
than three score elaborately carved
and gilded allegorical floats, tableau
wagons and open dens and cages
displaying the Clyde Beatty me
nagerie. Doors to the big show
and the menageria will open at 1
and 7 p. m. The big shows start
at 2 and 8 p. m. General admis
sion seats are provided with com
fortable foot rests.
elude those found by the Resettle
ment Administration to be similar
ly in need of aid, and authority is
given to regional directors of Rural
Resettlement to accept other per
sons consistent with the purposes
that guide Resettlement work.
"Those accepted must have in
itiative and resourcefulness, some
managerial capacity, tnd ability to
profit from instruction and guid
ance," Mr. Mask said.
Low Interest Rate
The loans will bear 5 per cent
interest and be payable in two to
five years, depending upon the
character of the goods and earning
capacity of the borrower. Purpos
es for which loans may be made
include: material for repair of
buildings and fences; farm machin
ery, tools and household equip
ment; livestock; refinancing of
mortgages on personal property
when it is found impossible to
make other equitable adjustment;
participation in community coop
erative associations, whether ex
isting or to be established; rent
on land; labor or professional ser
vices; farm supplies and repair
items; breeding service; subsis
tence goods such as- food, fuel,
and clothing; tares.
Loans to pay debts secured by
personal property will be allowed
only when the amount and rate of
interest are excessive, and must be
preceded by adjustment with
creditors.
Loans for purchase of real estate
are not yet provided, but are ex
pected to be announced shortly.
Monuments to Faith
The "Little House of Divine
Providence" a home for the sick
and destitute in Turin. Italy, is a
monument to faith in humanity. It
was started, more than 100 years
ago with four beds. It takes care
of 10,000 inmates at a cost of
more than $15,000 a week. Yet
every cent that it has received in
its history has been voluntarily de
posited by benevolent souls in a
money' box stuck in the wall near
its front door, Collier's Weekly.
Elephant Light Sleeper
The elephant, by reason of its
size and strength, might be ex
pected to enjoy at least ten hours'
sleep. Not so, however, for it sel
dom has more than two or three
hours' rest at a time. It seldom
lies down and spends the greater
part of the night in restless shuf
fling and oscillations.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
Vaccination For Typhoid Schedule
Schools to be visited and vaccinated to prevent typhoid fever on the
dates here given :
BURNINGTOWN
Oct. 21-28-Nov. 4
Oak Dale
Burningtown
Morgans
Tellico
COWEE
Oct. 22-29 Nov. 5
Rose Creek
Harmony )
Liberty
Cowee
Oak Grove
SMITH'S BRIDGE, etc.
Oct 23-30 Nov. 6
Clark's Chapel
Hickory Knoll
Lower Tesenta
Upper Tesenta
Otto
SMITH'S BRIDGE! etc.
Oct. 24-31 Nov. 7
Union
Academy
Coweta
Mulberry
FRANKLIN
Oct. 2S-Nov. 1-8
Iotla
Olive Hill
Pattons
Colored School
Skeenah
NANTAHALA
Nov. 11-18-25
Aquone
Kyle
j Otter Creek
Camp Branch
Fair View
Beecher
HIGHLANDS
Nov. 12-19-26
Highlands
Scaly
FRANKLIN and Cartaogechaye
Nov. 13-20-27
Franklin
Slagle
Allison-Watts
Rainbow Springs
(White Oak to Rainbow Springs)
MILL SHOAL
Nov. 14-21-28 '
Watauga
Oak Ridge
Holly Springs
Mountain Grove
How Calotabs Help Nature
To Throw Off a Bad Cold
Millions have found in Calotabs a
most valuable aid in the treatment
of colds. They take one or two tab
lets the first night and repeat the
third or fifth night if needed.
How do Calotabs help Nature
throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is
one of the most thorough and de
pendable of all intestinal eliminants,
thus cleansing tfc9 intestinal tract of
the germ-laden mucus and toxines.
A Religious Stereopticon
Show
"Ten Nights in a Barroom" and Bible pic
tures of "Last Things The End of Time
Death Judgment Paradise Helper of the
Needy and Suffering Souls Crucifixion Hell
etc." will be presented at the Courthouse in
Franklin, N. C, at 7 P. M. Monday, October 21.
Our shows are put on to bjuild sentiment against crime,
the whiskey, wine and beer evils, in favor of righteousness in
an nil round way.
Friends, come and help us build this aentiment by accept
ing our low admission fees, as1 follows:
Ministers and tlheir wives, nd children under five year
old, free.
Children over 5 years old and under 12, 5 cents.
All persons' over 12 years old, 20 cents.
PLEASE BE ON TIME
REV. GEORGE W. SEAY
PROMOTER
Clayton, Ga.
Getting Up Nights
If yon suffer from Getting Up Nights,
Nervousness, Lag Pains, Swollen Joints,
Dizziness, Headaches, Loss of Pep, Burn-Ins-.
Smarting, Itching Acidity due to
functional Kidney or Bladder troubles,
try the Dootor's guaranteed prescription
Cyatax (Siss-tex). Must bring new vitality
In 48 hours, ana satisfy oompletely in
days or money back. Guaranteed Cyst ax
sosts only So a does at druggists.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
ELLIJAY
Nov. 15-22-29
Mashburn Branch
Cullasaja
Higdonville
Ellijay
SUGARFORK
Dec. 2-9-16
Walnut Creek
Buck Creek
Pine Grove
Gold Mine
This vaccination treatment is a
preventive of typhoid fever. It is
given FREE to all the people of
Macon County, regardless of age,
who will meet the physician at the
places and dates here given. Three
trips to the school house in the
various districts may be the means
of saving a long spell of sickness
and it may be life. In some sec
tions of Macon County a few cas
es of typhoid have been reported.
You never can tell when you may
be infected. VACCINATION gives
IMMUNITY for from one to three
years. It costs only a little time
to be on the safe side.
It is the expectation of the
Boards of Commissioners, Educa
tion, and Health -that not less than
10,000 people in the County will
be vaccinated this time.
From the nature of the case it
will not be possible to tell the
exact hour at which the doctor will
arrive. He will follow this sched
ule: He will get to the first
school house on the list in each
group by or soon after 8:30 A. M,
Eastern Time. He will proceed on
to each school in that particular
group as rapidly as he can. For
exampje: In the first group given,
he will begin at Oak Dale about
8:30 A. M. then Burningtown, next
Morgans, and last at Tellico, and
so on through all the other groups.
If he should fail tb reach some
schools which are last in their
group before school closing time,
4:00 P. M., the people should wait
till he arrives. The schedule giv
en here will be followed exactly.
M. D. BILLINGS, Supt. Schools
and Secy. Co. Board of Health.
October 10, 1935.
svnnri nnlntnhs are diuretic to the
kidneys, promoting the Ciimuva-lon
of cold poisons from the system. Tnus
Calotabs serve the double purple oi
a purgative and cUuietia, bo'Jtx o
which are needed in the treatment
of colds. .
Calotabs are quite economical;
only twenty-five cents for the family
package, ten cents for the trial
package. (Adv.)
    

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