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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1837
(Continued from page Three)
George T. Stiles, who has been
in Angel hospital for the past three
months suffering from a, stroke of
apoplexy, plans to return to his
home on West Main street the
latter part of this week.
Mrs. Samuel T, Bowen and small
daughter, Evelyn, have returned to
their home in l'ennville, N. J., after
spending a week here with Mrs.
Bowen's sister, Mrs. Ben McCol
lum and Mr. McGollum at their
home on Palmer street.
Frank Hill, of Highlands, was
among the business visitors here
Rev. J. A. Flanagan attended a
meeting of the general assembly of
the l'resbyterian church at Mon
Bryant McOurc, of Franklin
Route 2, is visiting his sister, Mrs.
Homer V. Nichols -and Mr. Nichols,
at their home in Jackson, Miss.
Mrs. Allen Siler and young
daughter, of Bryson City, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Siler's mother,
Mrs. Robert Pattilla, at her home
on Franklin Route 2. .(
Sam Alexander has moved . from
the Rogers apartment to the home
of Mrs., W. W. Sloan, at "Sunny
side Farm." .
Lawrence and Gus riemmons, of
Asheville, yvcre here Wednesday
for a visit with their son and
nephew, II., II. l'lemmons and Mrs.
Plemmons, at their home on
White Oak street.
Mrs. Lyman Higdon and Mrs.
H. G.; Knock spent Wednesday in
Atlanta, Ga., where Mrs. Higdon
wefit to purchase goods for Frances
Mrs. M. C. Thompson and two
children, of Heridcrsonville, are
spending this week visiting Mrs.
Thompson's sister, Mrs. Rufus
Joines and. Mr. Joines at their
home in East Franklin.
Mrs. Myrtle White and daughter,
Dorothy, of Bryson City, are spend
ing several days here with Mrs.
White's brother, H. Lee Guffey and
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Furr and
children spent Thursday of the past
week in Asheville.
FOR SALE Ladies' Shoes,
straps, pumps and ties all colors-
$1.00 per pair SANDERS' STORE.
FOR SALE Large number of
second-hand stoves and ranges - at
. BRYANT FURNITURE CO.
' ,If you want good bargains In
odorless fly spray bring your bot
tles, as I have it in gallon cans.
C. T. BLAINE.
FOR SALE F ive ifoom hou.se
house with lights and water. Five
miles out of town on Highway 28
About two acres of land. $6.00.
Lex Arnold, Franklin, N." C
Mr, and Mrs. -Rufus Joines spent
the week-end in HendersonVille
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hawkins
have returned to their home in
Canton, Ohio, after a visit here
with Mrs. Hawkins' aunt, Mrs. W.
A. Rogers. "'
Mr. and Mrs. Fhilip.N. Newton
and young son, Thilip, Jr., have
returned to their home in Vilas,
Fla., after spending a week here
with Mrs. Newton's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. T. Peck.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cabe and
children spent the past Thursday
Mrs. Ida Brown,' of Waynesville,
is spending several days with her
sister, Mrs. C. A. Lowery, who is
seriously ill at her home on
Franklin, Route 2.'
Lyman Dalton, who " underwent
an. operation for a ruptured ap
pendix in Darrington, Wash, on
Monday of the past week, was re
ported to be doing very nicely. Mr.
Dalton is the son , of Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Dalton, of West's Mill,
and was making a tour over the
western states when he was taken
Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Jacobs, of
South Carolina spent the week-end
on Bonny .Crest with Mr. Jacob's
mother, Mrs. David A. Jacobs. On
their return they were accompanied
by Mrs. Jacobs, who spent the
first of the week there visiting.
LOST Bushel of conn from fender
of car, somewhere between Frank
lin and Elbert Raby's place." Finder
please notify A'. J. West, Franklin,
N. C. .
FOR SALE Choice corner lot
and good 11-room house with mod
ern conveniences, close in. Can be
Dought at bargain. Possession at
once. I). G. Stewart, Frankiin, N. C.
FOR SALE Good lumber $9.00
per thousand feet and up. Seasoned
framing $17.00 per thousand..
. Zickgraf Hardwood Co.,
Franklin, N. C.
We are always i.n the market for
oak, poplar, basswood, maple, birch,
cherry, white pine, lynn, cucumber,
and black gum logs. Will . pay
stumpage for loggers. Zickgraf
Hardwood Co., Franklin, N. C.
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
MIS I2tp 3 . .
Bert Hall and sister, Freddy
Hall, left Saturday for Clinton,
where they will spend several
weeks with their sister, Mrs. Har
old Kimsey. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. McConnell,
of Atlanta, Ga., spent the week
end, on Bonny Crest, visiting at
the home of Mrs. H. T. Mozeley.
Mrs, Clinton Lumpkin and son,
of Macon, Ga., are spending sev
eral days visiting their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs.' George R. Pattillo,1 at
their home on Franklin Route 4.
Miss Naomi Bowman; of Musko
gee, Okla., is spending the summer
with Miss Lassie Kelly at the
Kelly Tea Room.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Long anr
nounce the. birth of a. son, Leonard
Lee, on Monday, May 24.
A full-grown camel can carry a
load of 1,500 pounds.
Teacher "Who said, 'I come to
bury Caesar' ?"
. Nervous youngster "P-pIease,
teacher, the undertaker!"'
"Hear about the Scotchman who
"No, what was .the matter?"
"He bought a score card at the
ball game and neither team scored."
. .The Macon County Board f Tax Equaliza
tion will meet at the Courthouse in Franklin on
Thursday, June 10, for the purpose of hearing
any and all taxpayers who own or control tax-
able property assessed for taxation in the
county in' respect to the valuation of such
property or the property of others.
C. T. Bryson,
f3 JM The TRUE Story of Bill Wilson, C SP '.ffc
The TRUE Story of Bill Wilson, C
a Philadelphia reporter, who found "scoops" can
be made in more ways than one.
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