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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MAC0N1AN
THURSDAY, MARCH lt 1M7
SATURDAY, MARCH 20
Members of the F. S. Johnston
Bible class of the Franklin Metho
dist church will hold another rum
mage sale Saturday, March 20, in
the old Citizens bank building, re
cently vacated by the C. T. Blaine
Come early before things are
picked over. variety 01 uuuwib
will bo for sale;
U. D. C. TO
HOLD PLANT SALE
The Macon county chapter of
the United Daughters of Confed
eracy will hold a plant sale soon.
Several kinds of plants, shrubs and
cut flowers will be on display.
Please watch The Press for further
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Nichols spent
Friday and Saturday of last week
with Mrs. C. H. McClure. Mr. and
Mrs. ' Nichols were on their way
from Tallahassee, Fla., to Jackson,
Miss., where they will make their
Mrs. J. H. Stribling is quite ill
WANTED Reliable woman ex
perienced cook for family of. three.
Apply Box 397, Highlands, N. C.
FOR SALE Nice blooming size
double Tiger Lily Bulbs, ten cents
each. Postage extra. Mrs.. W. R.
Watkins, Cullasaja, N. C.
Mil 2tp M18
DIAMOND BRAND RUGS
6x9, $2.95; 9x7, $3.50; 9xl0,
$3.95; 9x12, $4.95.
4tc M4 M25
FOR SALE Second hand horses,
mules and cows in good condition
Two miles 'out. of town on the
Murphy road. G. F. BURRELL.
LOST Last Saturday; Sack con
taining several packages on high
way between Prentiss and River
side. Reward if . returned to The
Franklin Press Office.
FREE If excess acid causes you
Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi
gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloat
ing, Nausea, get free sample doc
tor's prescription, Udga, at Perry's
M18-12tp J3 '
Will have our two-timesa-year
tub sale Saturday. March 20th
Tubs at 25c each an this date. See
us for bulk garden, field and flower
seeds, plants and many other items.
Don't lose time shopping around at
other places as ours is the only
real seed store in town. Thanks.
Mil 2tc M18
Triple?' cleaned K o b e ,
Korean, Common and
Tennessee Seventy Six, 15
per lb., cash with order.
Good seed, not trash. We
consider Kobe the best va
riety. Stocks limited due
to short crop. Rush your
order to make sure of get
ting seed. Best of all le
gumes to qualify for gov
ernment soil building.'
R. P. STEGALL CO.
MARSH VILLE, N. C.
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HORN'S SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
While the wind blows cold,
And Spring is near,
Have your Shoes half-soled .
With our Soles so dear.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP
Box 212 Troy F. Horn
at her hprhe on West Main street.
G. R.. McPherson has returned
to his home on Franklin Route 2,
after spending the winter months
in Meadow View, Va., with his
daughter, Mrs. H. F. Bailey.- J
Elbert and Bernard Hall, whore
working iaufoit, Michvcame in
Monday for a V visit with their
mother, Mrs. John) W. Hall, at her
home on. Bidwell street.
Mrs. T. D. BradwelL of Athens,
Ga., is spending several days here
with her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Row
land and Mr. Rowland, at their
home in the Orlando apartments,
on Harrison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Horner Stock
ton and three children, Miss Cleo
belle Moore and C. C. West made
a business trip to Knoxville, Tenn.,
on Friday of the past week.
MissPauline Powers and Miss
Amy Harrison spent the week-end
at Mount Berry, Ga with friends,
returning to their homes' here
Mrs. J. Frank Ray left Monday
for Atlanta, Ga., to attend Jie's
Beauty Qinic this jveek.
J. Steve Porter, of Henderson
ville. was here WeHnesday on busi
ness and visiting his mother, Mrs
J. A. Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Watkins
have purchased the Hudson apart
ments on Iotla street.
Miss Mildred Moore spent Thurs
day and Friday in Asheville.
Miss Anna 'Jean Hall, left Wed
nesday for Atlanta, Ga, where she
will spend several days visiting
Mrs. M. L. Dowdle has "been
ill for several days at her home
on the Georgia road.
Miss Evelyn G. Waldroop, daugh
ter of Mrs. Goldie Waldroop, of
Franklin Route 1, who is spending
the winter in West Palm Beach,
Fla., is being extensively entertain
ed during her stay i there.
Mrs. Betty McConnell
Dies at Demorest, Ga.
Mrs. Betty McConnell, a former
resident of Macon county, and wife
of J. C. McConnell, died at her
home in Demorest, Ga, Sunday,
March 14, of pneumonia, after an
illness of only 18 hours.
Mrs. McConnell was in her 79th
year. She was the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Mann, of
Prentiss, N. C. After her marriage
to Mr. McConnell she moved to
Scaly, where she lived until they
moved to Demorest about 15 years
Surviving are her husband, five
sons, ; Raleigh, Scaly, C.;' Bob,
Cornelia, Ga.; Paul, Demorest, Ga.;
Ray, Detroit, Mich., and J. G, of
the state of Washington; two
daughters, Mrs. Dryman, Scaly, and
Mrs. Sutton Fostor, Cornelia, Ga.,
and several grandchildren.
Funeral services ware held on
Monday, March 15, at the Metho
dist church in Demorest, Ga., and
burial was in the church cemetery.
Three Great Pictures at
.Theatre Next Week
Three great pictures are booked
for the Macon Theatre for the
coming week. Eleanor Powell in
"Born to Dance" Monday and
Tuesday. iMiss Powell's dancing is
far better than .even
"Valiant is the Word for Carrie,"
a picture , everyone should see
Gladys George, a new actress, plays'
the role of Carrie. A true story
that happens in every small town,
This picture shows one day only,
Wednesday. March 24.
Those two scrapping sweethearts
of "Hands Across the Table" and
'The Princess Comes Across," Car
ole Lombard and Fred MacMurray
are back in the swingiest picture
yet. "Swing High, Swing Low."
This' is -engaged for two days,
Thursday and Friday, March 25-26.
EXECUTRIX' NOTICE -,
Having qualified as executrix of
Eugene R. Black, deceased, late of
Macon county, N. C this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the , 15th day of
March, 1938, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This lgth day of March, 1937.
GUSSIE GRADY BLACK,
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deepest
appreciation for the many deeds of
kindness and words of comfort
shown us during . the sickness and
death of our dear "husband and
father. . .
MRS. G. C. DOWDLE
The average life of an automo
bile is 8 years and 4 months.
JN MEMORY OF REVEREND
ur hearts are grieved in szai re
For one who's gone, we cannot
Among the many we have met
No one can ever take his place.
With an open mind he saw his
In kindness that would warn a
He nevef turned aside to ask
A thing except good common sense.
With a friendly hand, and a smile
He treated all alike the same;
He made both young and old alike
feel glad ;
He was a hero in the game.
I thought a lot of him, and why?
He had a touch that -told irhe tale
He lived down here for God on
Lo ! Now he's gone across the Vale.
Where Angels dwell in peace sub
lime, No parting in that Home above;
We hope to meet again sometime,
With Christ, our Lord, where all is
(adv.) By TROY F. HORN
thought Used Corsfrom
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2 Big volume enables your
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WHAT to PLANT
3 y . r.
Farmers Federation News
(Free oopies of the March issue
of the Farmers Federation "
News, containing valuable plant
ing and spraying charts, may.
be obtained from your nearest
Federation Warehouse, Orom
your county agent, or from vo
cational agriculture teachers.)
SWEET PEAS Spencer Mixed.
GARDEN PEAS Smooth varie
ties i Fir0 and Best, Alaska,
SPINACH Bloomsdale, for spring
and early summer. 1
CABBAGEOet frost-proof plants,
Early Jersey Wakefield, Charles
ONIONS "Potato onion" sets and
LETTUCE Seed in cold frame or
garden : Grand Rapids (curled).
Field and Garden Seeds
(The Best Money Can Buy)
Go to The
Palmer Street : Franklin, N. C.
bouoht Used Cars from
3C$D QGJ5 Gfi030Q7
INCLUDING MANY 1935-1936
CHEVROLETS . . . UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES I
TERMS TO Suit your purse on gmac
In cold frame only, N. Y. Wond
POTATOES-Irish Cobbler, Spauld
intr Rose- andvGreen Mountain.
Field Seeding .
LESPEDEZA Korean, Common,
CLOVERS Redo Sapling Alsike,
White Dutch. " .
GRASSES Kentucky Blue, Red
Top, Orchard, Rye Grass.
Other Crops OATS: Fulghum;
RAPE, white spring, red and
Spade or plow in all manure
available on rest of garden. Lime
if possible, but leave , lime and
manure off, potato land.
Finish all fruit tree pruning and
dormant scale spraying (spray oil,
lime sulphur with arsenate of lead
or nicotinesulphate, according to
CARD OF THANKS
We wish (to express our deepest
thanks for the kindness, help and
sympathy shown us in our bereave
ment, and especially for the beauti
ful floral offerings.
MRS. A. S. SOLESBEE
USED CARS OF THE MOST OUT
STANDING QUALITY AND VALUE
. . ALL MAKES, ALL MODELS,
Franldin, N. C.
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