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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
THURSDAY, MARCH. 9, 1939
C. TOM BRYSON HONORED
WITH BIRTHDAY DINNER
A very enjoyable dinner was that
given by Mrs. C. Tom Bryson at
her home at Cullasaja Sunday, hon
oring her husband on his birthday
Among those enjoying the occa
sion were: Mrs. James L. Bryson,
Horace Bryson, Air. and Mrs. J.
L. Higdon, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Corbin and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Higdon and family, Miss
Annie Straine, Monroe Straine,
Mr.s. Wayne Higdon and Miss Cal
lie Deal. Miss Mildred Bryson came
over from Brevard college, where
she is a student, to attend the
' Miss Helen Sellers, who under
went a thyroid operation on Mon
day, is progressing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Nichols,
Jr., and (son, ' Douglas III, left
Thursday morning for different
points in Florida, where they will
.spend two weeks.
Mrs. R. M. Waldroop, of Bryson
City, has purchased the lot be
tween the homes of Mrs. E. K.
Cunningham and Dr. Eurman Angel
on Harrison avenue, and work has
been started .on the erection of a
six-room brick house to be three
stories in the rear, with steam heat
and double garage.
The infant son of Dr. and Mrs.
Furman Angel, who has been critic
ally ill since last Friday, was re
ported to be .slightly improved
Miss Reta Bolick, clerk in the
S & L store, is. spending her two
weeks vacation with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. McArthur . Jolly
have returned to their home in
London, Ky., after being here for
the death and funeral of Mr. Jol
ly's father, Noah L. Jolly, and als6
for a visit with Mr. Jolly's sister,
Mrs. J. Robert Parrish and Mr,
Parrish, at their home on Franklin
Route 3. '
Miss Elizabeth i McGuire has re
turned from a month's visit with
her sister, Mrs. W. B. Cooper and
Mr. Cooper at their home in Ocala,
Fla., and her aunt, Mrs. G, A.
Hamilton and Mr. Haihilton at their
home at Fort Myers, Fla. She also
visited friends in Bradenton, Fla.,
The Rev. Lyman A. Jolly has re
turned to his home in Winston
Salem, after being here during the
sickness and death of - his father,
Noah L. Jolly.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT
In the passing of Edgar Van
Hook I have lost a friend from
boyhood, and one who was always
trustworthy, true and faithful; hon
est, industrious and very much in
terested in his home and the wel
fare of his family.
His life was a model that our
young boys of today would do well
to , follow, and our county has lost
one among its best citizens.
JOHN H. THOMAS.
For Next 10 Days
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Two for 75c Three for $1.00
Regular Price 50c each
NEW AND MODERN MACHINE
Phone 136 Franklin, N. C.
Before you buy fertilizer and seeds
see us. We handle RoysterY and
Virginia-Carolina, two old reliable
brands of fertilizer. Korean Lespe
deza, 99 pure, at 5c per lb., and
all other kind of seeds at reason
Cottonseed Meal, 8, Elberton . ...... ... $1.50
Cottonseed Hulls .70
Potatoes, home grown, and certified seed
at good prices
Flour, Queen of West, 50 lbs $1.35
Flour, extra good, 50 lbs. $1.00
SPECIAL FOR NEXT WEEK,
Coffee, 12 lbs. for ............ $1.00
POULTRY SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY
Prices Now Are
Heavy Hens 14c Fryers ............... 12c
Come in and see us before
Lake R. Ledford
That Lasts A Year
A SUBSCRIPTION TO
The Home Newspaper
s- "- - vA1
Thought to be the youngest blood
donor in the U, S., Jerry Doran,
three-year-old son of Mrs. Peggy
Doran, Kansas City, recently recov
ered from an attack of sleeping sick
ness. When his brother and sister
showed the same symptoms he gave
them blood in which doctors be
lieved an anti-toxin had developed.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our many
friends .and neighbors our .sincere
thanks for their kindness during
the illness and death of our father.
, THE JOLLY FAMILY.
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment. See Mrs. M. L. Dowdle.
FOR SALE Tobacco canvas.
8 cents a square" yard.
.. SANDERS' STORE
See me about your onion' sets and
frost proof cabbage plants. Oranges
$11)0 per., bushel. .... . .. ...
The Peddlar C. C. Beeco.
FOR RENT Apartment, four-
rooms, bath and sun parlor, all
modern conveniences. Also two
See D. G. Stewart.
FREE If excess acid causes you
pains of Stomach Ulcers. Indices
tion, Heartburn, Belching. Bloating.
Nausea, Gas Pains, get free Sample,
Udga, at Perry's Drug Store.
.STEADY WORK GOOD PAY
WANTED Reliable man to call
on farmers in Macon County. No
experience or capital required. Make
up to $12 a day. Write Furst &
Thomas, Candler Bldg. Baltimore,
Girls f Own your, own business.
Earn1 $75 to $100 per week. Hav.e
others earning for you. Yes, it is
the'., beauty business, EVERY
WOMAN YOUR CUTSOMER.
Today now while you think of it
write and learn how you can learn
the profession. .Open- your own
shop. We train you furnish your
own shop with a small payment.
We help you to succeed. New
classes forming now. Continental
College of Beauty Culture, High
Point, N. C.
I . have the Ferry's . Hollander
cabbage seed in pounds, half-pounds,
one-fourth pounds and in ounces at
$3.00 per pound. I have the Danish
Ball Head and Penn State cabbage
seed also, at $2.00 per pound. I
have 10 other different kinds of
cabbage, .seed other than above
from $.50 to $2.00 per pound. I
have many different kinds of beans.
garden peas, bulk garden seeds,
onion sets, grass seeds, Lespedeza,,
seed lris,h potatoes and cabbage
plants. 1 have the Master Marglobe
and a, number of other kinds of to
mato seeds also.
C. T. BLAINE. '
2tc M9 M16
In The Superior Court ;.
Before the Clerk
D. M. Sweatman, Administrator of
the estate of George Nichols de
ceased, . ,
' ' ,' '' VS.. ' ;
Rosetta Ledford, et al.
The defendants, Rosetta' Ledford
and husband Ledford,
Louellen Byrd arid husband, Bill
Byrd, Bessie Carpenter, Ruby Car
penter, Ed Carpenter, Margie Car
penter, Billy CarpenterHester
Anderson, Vesta Anderson, Zanny
Anderson and Harry Anderson will
take notice that a special proceed
ing has been commenced "before the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Macon County, North Carolina,' by
D. M. Sweatman, Administrator of
the estate of George Nichols, de
ceased, wherein the said D. M.
Sweatman has petitioned the Court
for an order to sell the lands of
the said George Nichols deceased,
to make assets to pay the debts of
his intestate; and the said defen
dants will further take notice that
they and each of them is required
to appear at the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
said County at the courthouse in
Franklin, North Carolina, on the
12th day of April. 1939. and ans
wer or demur to the petition filed
in said special proceeding, or the
said Administrator will, apply to the
Court for the relief therein 'de
Witness my hand and seal this,
the 2nd day. of March, 1939.
HARLEY R. CABE.
Clerk Superior Court, Macon
County, North Carolina.
M9 Uc M30
Having qualified as administratrix
of N. L. Jolly, deceased, "late of
Macon county, N. G, this, is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 8th day of March,
1940, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons"
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate settlement.
This 8th day of March, 1939. N
MRS. J. R. PARRISH,
.Continued warm weather recent
ly advanced the cabbage and other
truck crops in Carteret county at
least one week ahead of the aver
age date. '
ADS ARE NEWS
Printed In Big Type .
Dixie Home '
Milt Small 3c
IVMltt. Xarge 6c
atches, 6 for 1 5 c
Dressing, qt. 23c
Flour 24.1b. bag 59c
Beans, 4 lbs. 15c
Ql 4 lbs. 37c
S lbs, 73c
Prunes,' 6 lbs 25c
:, IE. 17 c
Evaporated Peaches or
Apples, lb. y 10c
Carrots, bunch 5c Cabbage, 4 lbs. 10c
Celery 5c Beets 5c
Onion Sets, gallon 25c .
IFaait DBsQk9 fllb.
Rib or Brisket Bee f
Round or Loin ('
Site A9 fllb.
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