page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
"That means fitfht where 1 come
in mi." ' ; .
"Well, why don't you fiulit tlien ?"
''C'aii.se I ain't where I come
. . . IMA u .
AS simple and digni
fied as you wish . . .
careful attention to all
details and a sincere ap
preciation cf conside rate
choughtfulness in the
hour of bereavement.
These qualities make
our services preferred.
Our funeral chapel af
fords the maximum in
efficiency for the family
and is for the use of
those who desire to use
it. There is no extra
Our mortuary equip
ment is modern in every
ANY PRICE SERVICE
J01K OUR BURIAL ASSOCIATION
For long distance ambu
iance service, we are
equipped to' ssrve you,
and can assure you of
the greatest comfort
Served You for Over
Franklin, N. C.
"HOME OF GOOD COFFEE"
Just Off the Square on Iotla Street
We have just received a car load of J. Allen
Smith Flour. This is the fourth car load in the
past sixty days!
TWENTY VALUABLE PRIZES WILL
BE AWARDED DECEMBER 24
Fur trimmed with Per
sian, fox, and other
high fashion furs, extra
quality linings and fabrics.
New Winter Dresses
That will thrill you with their smartness, frocks
of , woolens, crepes, and alpacas. Black, and a
gorgeous' array of new fall colors. Sizes 10 to 50.
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
FRANKLIN, N. C.
' - ' -T--fM-ny.r-rnr-U- "m"' J' .IIJI.I.M.1IMHI!,"IP !
IS YOUR HOME SAFE? Statistics show that home accidents claimed
more lives in 1936 than motor vehicles. Red Cross Accident Prevention
campa ;n is aimed at reducing home hazards. These unprotected and
frayv ight cords may trip the child or may be short circuited and give
her a . .ock. Red Cross urges all such hazards be checked for home safety.
G. C. STAMEY, 45
Funeral Rites Conducted
At Pleasant Hill
Grover Cleveland Stamey, 4.5,
died at his home seven miles south
of. Franklin on the Georgia high
way, Monday morning at 5:15, fol
lowing a three weeks' illness. The
week before Mr. Stamey had und
ergone an operation at Angel hos
pital for a ruptured appendix.
Mr. Stamey "was a farmer and
operated a grocery . store and . fill
ing station. He . was a member of
the Pleasant Hill Baptist church.
Funeral services were held Tues
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the
Pleasant Hill Baptist church. The
Rev. 'John A. Brendle had charge
of the final rites.
The active pallbearers were: R.
B., Curtis, Bud McConnell, Carey
Moffitt,' "Turner McPherson, and
PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS
MOVIES FOR MONTAGUE
A million-dollar contract for ap
pearances in movies, radio broad
casts and professional golf matches
was signed by John Montague, fabu
lous golfing friend of Hollywood no
tables after his acquittal recently
of the seven-year-old first-degree
robbery charge on which he was
brought back to Elizabethtown. N.
J. Montague, whose real name is
La Verne Moore, was a mystery man
in Hollywood for a number of years.
red Moffitt, all of Franklin, and
iJoyd Brown, of Seneca, S. C.
Mr. Stamey is survived by his
widow, the former Miss Delia Tal
lent, and five children, Fred, WU
.ard, Clyde, Betty and an infant;
three children, Howard and Bot
stamey and Mrs. Roy Moffitt, by
a former marriage; his parents,
Mr. and .Mrs. Kobert Stamey;
ihree brothers, Charles and Claude
Stamey, of Skeenah, and Ernest B.
otamey, of Raleigh, and two sist
ers, Mrs. Fred Sanders and Mrs.
OIL MEN WILL
Dealers and Distributors
Will Hear S. G. Sparger
It is announced that a meeting
.of all dealers in petroleum products
in Macon county will be held in
Franklin on Thursday, December
9, at 7:30 p, m.
This meeting will be attended by
S. Gilmer Sparger, secretary
NCPIC, who will discuss the prob
lems confronting all who handle
At 10 o'clock in the morning of
the day the meeting is to be held
all wholesale oil dealers and com
pany district salesmen in the county
are asked to meet Mr. Sparger at
the Scott, Griffin hotel for a 15
The meeting to bt held in the
evening is for all oil men whole
sale agenfs, tank-truck men, ware
housemen, salesmen, service station
operators,, service station atten
dants, garage operators, auto deal
ers, and in fact everyone interest
ed in the distribution and sale of
petrolewn products in Macon
r-fci X tS ink'
J. S. Conley, Standard oil agen
for this territory, is contacting all
dea'ers in order to insure a large
For Week of November 17
. Franklin, Rev. ; J. E. Abernethy ;
Franklin, Route. 1, Mrs. Earl Har
lison, Doc Liner, Ray Dills; Frank
lin, Route 3, W. M. Edwards; Etna,
li. N. Moses; Clarcmont, ' s Calif.,
Carl Bradley j Everson, Wash., Pu
laski Howard; Burnsville, N. C,
Mrs. Lige Hall
Franklin, Mrs. T. J. Johnston, J.
B. l'endergrass, Mrs. D. G. Stew
?.rt, Bob Sliook ; Franklin, Route 2,
J. W. Addington, D. C. Stockton;
Franklin, Route 3, C. F. Moody;
Franklin, Route 4, W.. D. Elliott;
Cullasaja, A. M. Bryson; Iotla, W.
B. Harper, J. N. Lowe; Flats, M.
Cochran; Dillard, Ga., Route 1,
Fannie S. Conley; Concord, N. C,
C. R. Za.chary; Sappho, Wash., J.
G. Rogers; Atlanta, Ga., W. R: C.
Svnith, Miss Dorothy Stewart.
All Used Cars that LOOK alike are NOT alike.
A USED CAR in Winter
"Are you hurt, Son?"
"No . . . but I cracked up my NEW car
pretty badly." .
"This winter "driving is bad ... that's why
I bought this USED CAR to use now."
You can RELY on our USED CARS.
1929 Ford Roadster $65
1936 Chev. Std. Coupe.. $465
1932 Chev. V2 ton Sta
tion Cab .......... $245
1926 Model T Touring,
a good buy $20
iy34 Chevrolet Standard
Coupe, looks good,
1 334 Master Coupe De
luxe, new paint,
new tires, looks and
runs good $325
1933 Chevrolet Four
door Sedan, a real
bargain ..... ....... $265
1931 Chev. Coach, new
paint job, going at $145
1936 Plymouth Coupe,
looks and runs like
. new $465
1928 Chevrolet Touring,
looks bad, runs good $45
1930 Dodge Coupe, looks '
bad '. . $40
Four 1931 Chev. Coupes,
. .a flock of them
trom,. $135 to $Z10 each
All these cars have been thoroughly recondi
tioned by factory-trained mechanics, and all cars
priced above $200 carry the O. K.. We invite
you to, look them. over before you buy.
WILL ACCEPT GOOD FAT CATTLE IN
TRADE FOR USED CARS
Let US Care for YOUR Car .
BRING IN YOUR OLD CARj SWAP IT, FOR A NEW CAR
TRY AND YOU WILL BUY
A Car you will b Proud to own
ni TTrri i
; Motor Co. .'
Phoiia 123 Franklin, N. C
THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1137
For Week NoveroW 2$
Cullasaja, Mrs. L. M. Lease;
West's Mill, J., C. Bryspn; E'llijuy,
W. T. Jennings,
Franklin, J. D. Cribble,'!' Mrs, W.
W. McConnell, Henry Reid; Fiank
lin, Route 1, Earl Blaine, J. i'.
Roane; Franklin, Route 2, 'M.' A.
Sanders; Franklin, Route 3, Eu
gene Baldwin, J. Robert Parrish,
Mrs. Arlesa Roper; Highlands, O.
X. . Summer; West's Mill, John
Guffee, J. R. '.'Parrish; Gneiss,
.vlonroe Straine"; Stiles, James R.
iamey, J, L, Smith; Tampa, Fla.,
.vlrs. A. W. Mangum.
WANTED Few home made
quilts. Box 276, Franklin, N. C.
FOR SALE Hereford calves,
sils, two's, also work horses. Write
Bob Delashmuft, Rt. 2, Fairfield,
FOR RENT OR SALE House
on Oak street near hospital. Six
rooms andv bath ; good garden and
cow pasture. See Mrs. E. B. De-
riart or J. ri. Larelock.
1929 Chev. Coupe ...... $7S
1930 Ford Coupe ....... $115
1932 Chev. Convertible.. $165
1928 Chevrolet Coach... $60
1936 Chevrolet 12 Ton
Pickup, A-l condi
tion, 6-ply new tires,
' .overload springs... $425
1936 Chevrolet l2 ton
1929 Chevrolet Coupe... $65
1934 Chev. Pickup, new
paint, new tires.... $310
193 Chev. Coupe, looks
like new, a real bar
1934 Cliev Deluxe ! Sedan,
new paint job $310
132 Chev. Sport Coupe,
A-l condition $245"
1925 Model T Touring,
just a T Model ..$17.50
1933 Chevrolet l-Ton, :
good tires, new li
cense for only .... $245
1934 Model V-8 Pickup,
a good buy
a good buy $185