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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
nut., Call at office for prices and
specifications. We also buy govern
ment 'timber for loggers.
Z1CKGRAF HARDWOOD CO.
Franklin, N. C.
vtnforized gabardine, . poplin, pure
Irish linen, cords, Spanish linen and
many other weaves. Trices range
from $6.95 to $17.50. Guaranteed to
fit. You will save money by looking
these samples over before you buy.
Scott Griffin Hotel, Franklin.
Kev. J. A. Flanagan, Paator
Franklin (Each Sunday)
10 a., in. Sunday school
11 a. m. Worship services.
Morrison (Each Sunday)
2:30 p. ni. Sunday school.
(Each 2nd and 4th Sunday)
. 3:30 p. m. Worship services.
Food Sale To
r- I 1 1 r1 1
Officers Student Agricultural Fair
AT LAST Tailorcd-to-measure
summer suits at reasonable prices.
Two piece s,uits of good quality
De neia r nuay
' A food sale will be held on Fri
day by the ladies of the Episcopal
church at Kelly's Gift shop.
besides cakes ands other delica
cies there will be fresh strawber
ries and garden products.
Another Big Egg
Horace lustice, of Route 2,
See us before you buy
your Giant Strinless
and Tender Green Bean
Seeds. Our experienced
buyers know quality,,
and you will betaking
no chances on inferior
grade of seeds when you
buy them here. Prices
Palmer St. Franklin, N. C.
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College Station, Raleigh, May 11. Plans for next fall's student agri
culture fair, held annually by the State College. School of Agriculture,
went forward today with announcement of the election of the three
officers pictured above. ' .
. 1). l'atton, the president, is the son of R. A. Pat ton, of Franklin.
Wayne L. Franklin, vice-president, also comes from Franklin, and is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Franklin. Charles' A Hunter, secretary,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. IL B. Hunter, of Charlotte.
The student agriculture fair is held annually in conjunction with the
state fair, and is an outgrowth of the corn shows started in 1913 a
State college by Prof. C L. Newman. The fair was transferred from
the campus to the state exposition in 1928. Ten large exhibits dealing
with the practical side of their studies are designed and displayed by
the agriculture students.
brought in a double-yolk egg Tues
day which weighed four ounces.
The egg was laid by a hen of
mixed Carnish Game and Rhode
1 Island Red stock.
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Iona Ready Cooked Spaghetti, 3 cans 17c
Apple SAUCE p 4 cans 25
WUCOA Pound 19c
BABY FOODS w 3 cM, 25c
MILK white House af- 4 Ta" Cans 25c
GRAPE JUICE ASP m BoUle 1 4c
SUNNYFIELD m m
CORN FLAKES, 3 for 17c
JECTAR TEA V4-ib. Pkg. 1 9c
Plain or Self Rising
24 1,1 69
Iona 2 LgcCans 29c
A&P 2 Lge. Cans 33c
Del Monte 2 Lge. Cans 35c
pill WHWW , . k i V
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Pretty Catherine Agaisse, straw
berry ambassadress, enjoys one of
the ripe berries she has just helped
to pick in the strawberry patch
near Hammond, La. Marketed by
a growers' organization, the Louisi
ana Farmers Protective union, the
fruit is handled through an auction
' in Hammond.
GREEN BEANS 6 lbs.
SQUASH 3 lbs.
PEAS 2 lbs.
Owned an! Operated by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
FOR RENT One 3-room apart
ment. See 'Mrs. Ada McCoy,
! FOR RENT Rooms furnished or
unfurnished, with or without board.
Mrs. W. G. Wilkie.
Giant stringlcss green pod seed
beans, 11 cents per pound. Sack
price, 10J4 cents per pound. Roy
ltp , . , ; '' :
FOR SALE Two lots in Elmer
Johnston addition, East Franklin,
1 50x150, on concrete highway.
MRS. 1NDA PENNINGTON.
Good chestnut, oak and pine
lumber! (ftfc, 80c and $1.00 per hun
dred feet. Zickgraf Hardwood Co.,
Franklin, N. C.
M5 2tc M12
, FOR SALE 500 bales choice
herds grass, corn, pcavine, soy bean
and millet hay at from 40c to 75c
per bale. Ada McCoy, Franklin.
FOR SALE Boxwood from 2
to 3 feet high.. Will sell cheap for
quick sale. See or write J. P.
Adams, Ellijay, N. C.
NOTICE TO LOGGERS
We are now buying the following
kinds of logs : mountain oak, hard
and soft maple, basswood, ash,
butternut, poplar, birch and chest-
NO DESK IS
We can furnish a stapler
for your every require
ment. A liberal trade-in
allowance on your old
We carry a full line of
staples at all times.
THE FRANKLIN PRESS
Franklin, N. C.
Apple Sauce) 4 No.
HH ' m ' I 2 cans
Sliced or Crushed
Full Cream Wisconsin
2 No. 1
''No. 1 can
Green Beans, lb. 5c
Yellow Squashy 3 lbs. 10c
Tomatoes, 4 lbs. 25c
No. 1 New Irish
Potatoes, 3 lbs. 10c
HOME GROWN STRA WBERRIES