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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1M7
E. B. DcIIai t . was taken to
Angd hospital Thursday morning
in a serious condition, after an attack-of
uremia Wednesday mlit.
He was striken shortly after re
turning home from prayer .meeting.
As we go to press his condition is
RELIEVED so fast
THE REASON BAYER
ASPIRIN WORKS SO FAST
Drop a Bayer Aspirin tablet Into a
tumbler of water.
By the time it hits the bottom of the
glas it It disintegrating.
This speed of disintegration enables
genuine BAYER Aspirin tablets to start
"talcing hold" of headache and simi
lar pain a few minutes after taking.
All people who suffer occasionally
from headaches ought to know
this way to quick relief.
At the first sign of such pain,
take two Bayer Aspirin tablets
with a half glass of water. Some
times if the pain is more severe,
another dose is necessary later,
according to directions.
If headaches keep coming back
we advise you to see your own
.physician. He. will look for the
cause in order to correct it.
The price now is only 15 for
twelve tablets or two full dozen
for 25 cents virtually, only a
C FOR 12
Virtually 1 cent a tablet
SEE OUR WINDOWS!
K. UJW(B1IDAM & COD.
regarded as critical.
Mrs. Henry Slagle left Thurs
day for Porto- Rico, where she
will spend the winter with her
son, Dr. Richard Slagle and Mrs.
Miss Elizabeth Duncan, who
underwent an operation for the re
moval of her appendix at Angel
hospital, has returned to her home
at Clayton, Ga.
Mrs. Elsie, Womack Franks has
returned to her home from Angel
hospital,; where i she . underwent a
very serious operation. 'Mrs. Franks'
condition is reported to be much
Mrs. E. K. Cunningham left
Thursday for New Orleans, La.,
where she will spend several days
visiting her brother, John Fulmer
Miss Josephine Dixon, Macon
county nurse, attended the 35th an
nual convention of the North 'Car
olina state nurses' association which
was in session in Durham from
uctober 23 to 27.
R. F. Henry, of Franklin Route
4, who is a patient in Angel hos
pital, suffering with neuritis, is' re
ported to be improving.
The condition of (j. C. Stamey,
,who underwent an operation at
Angel hospital Saturday afternoon
for ruptured appendix, was reported
j to be-very satisfactory.
I Mr. and Mrs. James McAllister
hav e returned to their home in New
York, after a visit here with Mrs.
McAllister's mother, Mrs. W. W.
Sloan, at "Sunnyside Farm."
Cecil Ledford has returned to his
home on Cartoogechaye after an
extensive tour through the western
Mr. and Mrs. Prileau Dryman
l -it-iil vnimo-' nn whn have been
T ' O .
spending the summer at Scaly,
have moved back to the Peek ap
artment near the home of Mr. and
Mrs. I. T. Peek. '
O. W. Kiser and family have
returned to . their home on Car
toogechaye after spending several
months in Hamilton, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chavannes,
of Knoxville, Tenn., Miss Mattie
Gilbraith, of Somers, N. Y., and
the Misses Mary Wyatt Gilbraith,
Annie Louise Galbraith, of Gal
braith Springs, Tenn., and Miss
Betty Ruth Hunter, of Oklahoma
City, Okla., spent Sunday with Mr.
and Airs. T. W. Porter.
-Lester S. Conley has returned to
his home on Harrison avenue from
Angel hospital, where he under
went an operation recently. His
condition is much improved.
Mrs. George H. Brendle and son,
Carl, have returned to their home
on Iotla, after a visit with their
Our new line of men's
Florsheim Shoes, Hats,
Ties, Gloves, Top Coats,
Rain Coats, Slickers,
Boots, Leather Jackets,
Sweaters . . . Don't fail
to come in and look
them over . . .
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
son and brother, Robert Brendle
and Mrs. Brendle, at their home at
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Underwood,
Mrs. W. C7Penn and Mrs. J..C.
Barrington spent last Saturday in
Miss Shirley McCoy, of Gneiss,
and Miss Lucile Hall spent the
week-end with Miss Rosaline Kiser
at her home on Bidwell street.
Rev. L. W. Duvall, of East Point,
Ga., who is spending some time in
Clayton with his sister, visited
friends and relatives in Macon
county last Saturday. Mr. Duvall
is a native of Macon county but
has been in the Baptist ministry
in Georgia for many years.
Mrs. Esther Frees, or Murphy,
is spending several days in Frank
lin and the surrounding vicinity
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Picklesime
announce the birth of a son, Charle
Thornton, at their home an Clea:
Creek on Sunday, October 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wilsoi
announce the birth of a son a
their home on Cfear Creek, or
By J. R. BERRY
The rainfall for October, as. re
corded at the Franklin station at
Lake Emory, was 5.39 inches. This
is well above the average for this
area. Operators , of water driven
machinery usually look for October
to be the month of lowest rainfall.
L. C. Wilson and wife, of Ashe
ville,. visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Guy ' Buchanan, Joe Shuler, anc'
Frank Sellers, of Canton, visited
home folks the past week-end.
Miss Gwendolyn Morgan visited
Mrs. J. C. Higdon Saturday and
Mrs. Z. D. Buchanan, although
past the mark of three score and
ten," has up to date canned 900
jars - of fruit and vegetables this
season. We challenge all contend
ers to surpass this record.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higdon gave
a Hallowe'en party for the young
people of this section Saturday
night. During the party, Mr." Hig
don had tfie misfortune to lose his
pasture gate. This was a trick
either of the witches, hobgoblins, or
the boys of the community. Mr.
Higdon seems to hold to the latter
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanders
had the misfortune to lose their
infant girl Sunday night.
Special Service Sunday
At Louisa Chapel
There will be a--spjxiajservice
held, at Louisa Chapel Surulay
morning, November 7..
The pastor, J. R. Bowman, will
deliver a temperance message at
11 o'clock. The offering on that
day will go to promote the work
of the board of temperance, prohi
bition and public morals, of Wash
ington, D. C.
This is one of the seven mis
sionary boards of the Methodist
Episcopal church, and the church
will receive world service credit
for its offering.
FOR SALE 1932 Plymouth coupe,
v-1 condition, easy terms. A. G.
.'agle, Franklin, N. C.
FOR RENT Two and three
oom apartments, furnished or un
urnished; garage. Mrs. A. B.
)'mohundro. , '
WANTED 100 Hounds. Turn
your hounds into cash. I will be in
Aquone Friday, November 19, and
in Franklin Saturday; November 20.
Bring .your hounds to the town
nearest- you on dates mentioned
above. Cannot buy your dogs if you
leave them at home. This is the
last call for this season.
All Used Cars that LOOK alike are NOT alike.
USED CARS Almost New
Many people drive a car five thousand miles in
a year, then turn it in, used . . . , but almost new.
Save money by buying one of those . . . almost
new Used Cars.
A Genuine Clean
1928 Whippet Sedan . . . $65
,1934 Chev. Pick-up, mew
paint, detain job . . . $300
1934 Chev. Std. Coach .. $300
1929 Chevrolet Sedan . .. $90
1936 Chevrolet Pick-up,
onOy 8,000 miles,
original tire, clean
at new $500
1930 Ford Roadster .... $100
1935 Chev. Std, Coup .. $350
1931 Ford Coupe ....... $200
1935 Ford Tudor with
trunk. A-l $425
New car prices have already advanced and they
will go higher. ... Used car prices will be much
higher later in the fall. We invite your inspection
of our used cars. You will find here many un
usual bargains. Come in and look them over.
BUY NOW AND SAVE
WILL ACCEPT GOOD FAT CATTLE IN
V TRADE FOR USED CARS
Let .US Care for YOUR Car
BRING IN YOUR OLD CAR SWAP IT FOR A NEW CAR
A Car you will be Proud to own
wrf. mirS j r-i i w
'fcNJiA Motor Co.
Legion Will Banquet
Armist'ee Day ,
The M :oa county post of the
American Legion will have a ban
quet for members of the post on
Thursday night, November 11,
Armistice Day, it was announced
Wednesday by Boise Hall, com
mander. At this meeting the commander
elect, John Wasilik, will be install
ed and other business considered.
All legionnaires are urged to attend.
Saturday and Monday, 6th
and 8th; 24-pound Bag
OBELISK Flour $1.09.
You must be satisfied
after using a bag.
SAVF ftRFi ick rntionnic IL j
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Obelisk Coupons Redeem
able at your Convenient
- up of Used Cars
1934 Chev. Sd. new paint $400
.1937 Chevrolet Master
Town Sedan $600
1925 Ford, Model T
. Touring $25
1937 Chev. Deluxe Coupe $600
1932 Chev. Sport Coupe $240
1936 Chev. Coupe, Std.. . $465
1936 Dodge -Ton Truck,
stock rack $450
1934 Chevrolet l-Tion
1933 Chev. Truck, good
tires, new license.. $265
YOU WILL BUY
Franklin, N. C.
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