Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Major, of
Atlanta, are at their summer home,
“Camp Major Haven,” on Fork
Cecil Headrick and Andy Wilson
made a ibusiness trip to Dillard,
Ga. last week.
The Rev. Jim Vinson visited his
aimt, Mrs. Huldah Wilson, who has
been seriously ill for some time,
Saturday night of last week.
Mrs. Jarrell and Miss Grace
Headrick visited Miss Headrick’s
mother and sister, Miss Lucy Head
rick, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Head-
. rick last week.
Loyd Craine has moved from the
Vinson farm to Roy Phillips’ place
Edna Wilson ha^ returned home
after spending several weeks with
■M rs. Loyd Craine.
King Solomon is said to have
been inspired by the Queen of
Sheba to write “The Song of Songs.”
The original constitution is kept
in a glass case in the Library of
tHE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE
For Biliousness; Sour Stomacli,
Flatulence, Nausea and Sicic
Headache# due to Constlpatioii.
Home Demonstration Club News
BY MRS. T. J. O’NEIL
Macon County Home Demonstration Agent
lEN kidncyo Function badly «nd
you suffer a nagging backachc.
with dizziness, burning, scanty or too
Sequent urination and getting up at
night; when you fee! tired, nervous,
all upset.,. use Doan's Pilb.
Doan's are especially for p^y
working kidneys. Millions of boxes
ate used every year. They are recom*
mended the country over. Ask yew
with backache ?
Special Terms to
Federal Land Bank of Columbia
D. REEVES NOLAND
CLYDE, N. C.
Banish Body and
with YODORA, tlie deodorant
cream whicli conceals, absorbs
and counteracts odors.
Yodora is a scientifically compounded
white, soft cream — pleasant to use —
acts promptly with lasting effect—
harmless to the most delicate skin —
will not stain fabrics.
For those who perspire freely
whether under the arm, feet or other
parts of the body Yodora is most
valuable. It is a true neutralizer of
Yodora, a McKesson product, may
be had in both tube and jar form ana
AT YOUR FAVORITE
PICKLES AND RELISHES
Salt: its use and effects; kinJ of
Cooking salt is .used for pickling.
Table salt to which materials have
been added to prevent caking, is
So'ft water should be used for
making brine. Rain water which
has been filtered is satisfactory for
brine. If hard water has to be used,
it should be boiled and the sedi
ment poured off after it is allowed
to settle. Add 1 tablespoon vinegar
to each quart of hard water after
it has been filtered.
Quantity of brine
Quantity of brine needed: Allow
from one-half to two-thirds the
volume of the material to be brin
ed. One gallon of vegetables will
require from one-lialf to two-thirds
gallon of brine.
Effect of brine
Brine will produce a pickle of
fine flavor, increase clearness and
deepen the color of green vege
tables, If too strong a brine is
used, the vegetable will remain
shriveled .and not regain its original
Proportions for brine
For dill pickles, dilled tomatoes
or snap beans: I quart water and
Va cup salt.
For curing cucumbers to ibe made
into pickles: 1 q.uart water to 6
level tablespoons salt.
For preserving vegetables indefi
nitely : 1 quart water to 1 cup salt.
For curing cauliflower: 1 quart
water to ^ cup salt.
Kinds of vinegar
Cider vinegar is used if avo
and aroma are more important and
color less important. j.
White grape vinegar is usee
flavor, aroma and color are
Effect of vinegar
On texture: Vinegar, like salt,
creases the crispness of
Too stro,ng vinegar causes pickle.
On flavor: Vinegar modifies tla\-
or and gives the desired acid taste.
On color: White vinegar causes
white vegetables such as culiflower
to retain their color.
Too much sugar causes pickles to
shrivel. Whole spices are used in
stead of ground ones because
ground spices darken the pickle.
Bread and Butter Pickles
30 cucumbers (1 inch in diameter)
4 tablespoons salt
Slice cucumbers and onions,
sprinkle with salt. Let stand one
hour. Drain in a cheese cloth bag.
Make a spiced vinegar using the
5 cups vinegar
2 teaspoons celery seed
2 teaspoo.ns ground ginger
4 cups sugar
2 teaspoons white mustard seed
1 teaspoon turmeric.
Let come to boil; drop in cu
cumbers and onions and boil ten
minutes (seal in sterilized jars.)
I Process ten minutes at simmering
You Will Make Moneji
To Get Our Prices Before You Buy GrJ
The Home of Good Coffee
On the Square
dr. F. K. GARDNER
NO 60^2 PATTON AYE. ASHEVILLE |
WILL BE AT
Munday Hotel, Franklin
Thursday, August 27, 1936
for THE PURPOSE OF LOOKING AFTER
ALL EYE TROUBLES
EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FlU
JOIN J0SEW1 GAINES,Mfi
bandage or the rubber stocking.
These, indeed, relieve immediate
distress, but only while they are
worn; they never cure. Chinese
hack the veins into short section,
drain, and heal the wounds. Rough '
but radical. Surgeons remove the
veins that are troublesome, but it’s
a bit of cutting, and people hate
cutting, you know.
Ihe best method for a radical
cure, one that does .not di.^able or
inconvenience the patient much, is
the injection method, it must be
done by the physician, but results
are very satisfying. A point is
selected where the swelling begins,
that is, nearer the ankie--not at the
top of the vessel treated. A soli'tio,n
is, thrown into the vein that obliter
ates the canal; of course, that vein
is done for and deeper vein.s must
do the work, and will. The diseased
vein becomes .as fibrous cord—it is
cured. Your physician will tell vou
all about it. Go get well.
IN TREATMENT OF VERICOSE
Of course you know what I
mean: Those large, crooked vessels
just beneath the skin of your legs,
below the knee. They deform, and
do not look good through a thin
stocking; besides, if very large,
they m.ay be painful after you
have been on yo,ur feet a while.
Vericose veins may occur in several
different localities. Some forms of
rectal disease are only varicose
veins, but I shall confine this talk
to such veins below the knee.
The cause is usually inflammation
of the vein itself—its walls. This
weakens the vessel so that the
blood-stream distends it more and
more. Over-feeding on highly sea
soned foods and eating too much
are remote causes, and aggrevate
You know, also, of various mea
sures for relief of this conditi(?n.
The most common is the elastic
Seed Should be Saved
North Carolina farmers are being
urged to save seed of soil-conserv-
ing crops to plant or sell next year.
Not o.nly has the drouth reduced
the supply of seed, said Dean I. O.
Schaub, of State college, but indi
cations are that there will be a
big demand for soil-conserving crop
seed in 1937.
In most areas, he said, farmers
ON NEW HOMES
TO BE BUILT OR NOT OVER 1 YEAR OLD
Commitments Made on Plans & Specifications
UNDER F. H. A. GUARANTEE
Carolina Housing & Mortgage
H. E. Garrett, Western North Carolina Representative, will
come to Franklin to explain, upon request to—■
FRANKLIN HARDWARE CO.
(NO LIFE INSURANCE REQUIRED)
are growing as large quantities of
roughage as possible for livestock
Ihey have also indicated their
interest • in the purchase of seed
t'hat will 1
that w ll be encouraged for 1937
under the soil-improvement program
of these crops for spring plant ne
IS unusually important. ^
Where it is practicable for farm-
to harvest the seed of soil-
conservmg crops, they must be able
to supply their own needs and Mr,
supply their neighbors.
This will save them the expense
of having to buy seed u
provide a source of income T
who have „ ^ “
or selling to i|,„k wI,„
to buy seed next sprint Z T
Early reports from thp v,
chard grass, red top and'^^*’ 1°'''
fescue in the east cen^aW -
are only about half a
they were last year. ^
It is believed that a
has affected alfalfa
lespedeza .so that the •
will be l.» ,ha„
the .original .,fc
^ Star Smgle-edgeBy
V B6 years of precision J
stropped into their keen y
^ ing edges. If your dealere
ply you, mail 10c for 4 Mjhi
^ 'FS-1, Star Blade Division,8i
Street, Brooklyn, New York,
FIT fiEM Am £VER-REilD!l
Men’s Wool Suits
With 2 Pants
A Large Selection of
Blue Serge Included at
Men^s Dress Shirts
An unusuallv good assortment at
Others from SO^ to $1.95
Those good heavy-weight “Star Brand !
are here for Fall and Winter wear,
$L95 to $3.50
Ladies’ $2.95 Silk Crepe Dresses at
Over 100 in this lot
79/ to 98/ values included in this gro«[
Children’s School Dress®*
Fast Color Prints
7 to 16 sizes
All Men’s Wash Pants, Ladies’, Men’
1/ White Shoes are marked do'vn
4 to ^ regular price.
We Clothe the Family”