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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, M
KOR KENT One furnished
apartment. See Ada McCoy.
ltp ' .
FOR RENT Furnished and
heated bedroom . on llon ison ave
nut. Close in. Apply-l'ress Office.
rooms, sun parlor and bath, $10.00
-Mrs. ;. .(;. Stewart.
FOR RENT The house on
Palmer street, known as the J. K.
l'endergrass place. 0. C. Bryant.
FOR RENT Unfurnished apart
ment. Five rooms and bath. D. G.
S7-tfc ' . '
WANTED RACiS Will pay 5
cents per pound fcr clean, light
cotton ra;s. Can't use old work
shirts and overalls. The Frajiklin
WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY
$35.00 per week, man or woman
with .auto, sell Ekk Producer to
Farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co., East
St. Louis,. 111.
Soviet, Germany Split Polish Loot
A'-m EAST A J j 2:
R UjM A N IA
FOR SALE Nine acres, adjoin
ing Grover Jamison's property on
Philips street.jwo blocks from
Main street, sewerage, water elec
tricitybeautiful building lot.
MRS. R. M. COFFEE.'
07 4tp 026
LOST A small dog, Saturday,
September 23, on Main street.
Black and white with some 'brown
around the eye,. Tip of tail., is
broken. Please return to Robert R.
Gaines, Burrell Motor Co., Frank
lin, and receive reward.
Hp ' '
FARM FOR SALE 110 acres.
Orchard. 75 acres under' fence.
Four-room mcxiern log house. Price
$800.. Also a, lot Wi acres and
four-room house $400. See J. D.
: Map shows the latest partition of Poland, with areas going to both
Germany and Russia. The Reich got the smaller and richer part but
Russia got more land to provide a 50-50 break. Observers also noticed
that industrialized Germany got more industrial property, which she does
not need, and that Russia received agricultural land of which she already
has too much. The San and Vistula rivers form a major portion of the all
"water" boundary, which cuts through the suburbs of Warsaw, ancient
Polish capital, and gives Russia such important cities as Lwow, Brest
Litovslt and Wilno, historic Lithuanian city which Poland captured shortly
after the World war. ' - i
Bryson Reunion To Be
Held Next Saturday
The twenty-third annual Bryson
reunion of the Jackson county clan
will meet on Saturday, October 7.
at the Scott's Creek Baptist church.
The following program will be
given: ' , " '
11:00 Song, congregation, led by
Rev. H. M. Hocutt.
11:05 Devotional, Rev; T.' " F.
11:25 Special music, Lee Bryson
11:40 Recognition of visitors.'
12:00 Music, Beta Band.
12:20 Address, Hon. E. F. Wat
12:50 Music, Kay and Laverne
2:15 Music, Beta Band.
2:30 Address, Dr. , John R.
3:00 Secretary's report.
3:10 Business. .
Members of this family through
out Macon county are cordially in
vited to attend.
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment for two with . furnace heat.
Living room, bedroom, bath with
tub and shower. Hot water at all
times. Beautiful view. New rock
house on Harrison avenue.1 Apply
Put new growth and new life in
to your lawns for the winter by
using more lawn grass and blue
grass seed for the next 15 days.
Those bare spots and skips in your
lawn don't look. good. I have what
you need. C. T. BLAINE,
W. A. Shields Produces
Most Prolific Corn
;W. A. Shields, oj Iotla, brought
to The Press office one day last
week two stalks of corn produced
oti his place, one of which con
tained nine ears and the other
seven ears, All of the ears were
fully matured except one. The corn
was of. the Prolific variety.
Started By Marines
For the month of October an
unlimited number of men will be
accepted for enlistment in the U.
S. Marine Corps. This is made
possible because of the President's
order to increase the strength of
the Marine Corps by 6,000 men.
Naturally a great many new non
commissioned officers will have to
be appointed because the number
in all non-commissioned grades is
governed by the number of privates
in the Corps. Consequently young
men who enlist in the immediate
future will have an excellent chance
of rapid promotion.
Requirements for enlistment have
been temporarily liberalized and
are now as follows: age 18 to 30,
height 64 to 74 inches, one year
of high school training, or its
The Macon District Recruiting
headquarters has recently opened
sub-stations in Atlanta and Augus
ta, and all eligible young men are
urged to write to or call in at the
District Station, Municipal Auditor
ium in Macon, or the sub-sta,tions,
Municipal Auditorium in Atlanta,
and Post Office Building in Augus
Thirteen days after they were
turned on lespedeza, the cows of
Arthur Whitfield, Kenansville, had
doubled their milk production, re
ports Assistant Farmf Agent L, F.
Weeks, of Duplin County,
Missionary To Speak At
The Rev. A. R. Craig, missionary
under tne soutnern rresoyienan
church, now stationed at Tsing
Kiang-Pu, China, wdl bring a mes
sage on his work at a 'special serV'
ice in the Franklin Presbyterian
church Thursday evening, October.
12. at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Craig . has been in China
since 1925, recently returning from
his station for a furlough in" this
country. He is making an itinerary
of the Prtsbyterian churches iin
Western North Carolina.
The public is cordially invited to
hear him. .
As the World
Baptist W. M. U. Meeting
To Be Held October 12
The twenty-third annual meeting
of the Asheville division of . the
Woman's Missionary Union of the
Baptist church will be held at
Calvary, West Asheville, October
12. The Asheville division includes
the unions of IS counties of West
ern North Carolina.
There will be a plate lunch .serv
ed which will be ,25 cents. A
very interesting program is being
arranged. Mrs. J. R. Morgan,
Waynesville, superintendent, will
preside at the meeting.
J. B. Ledbetter, of Lyman, Wash.,
who has been . visiting friends and
relatives iri North Carolina for the
past month, left Sunday and will
spend a few days with friends m
California before returning to his
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limitation. and that hp must face
the charges against him, which
may bring an additional sentence
to the five-year term he is now
The health of Chief Justice
Charles Evans Hughes, of the U.
S. Supreme Court, is reuorted to
be entirely restored as he takes
his place at the opening of the fall
session this week.
W. C. T. U. PROGRAM
The National Convention of the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union in Rochester last week
adopted on its 1940 program: cam
paigns for local option elections,
education of youth and a broad
ened program of community service.
DIES COMMITTEE DOINGS
Chairman Dies told reporters last
week that he would demand that
William Z. Foster, chairman of the
Communist party in the U. S., and
Fritz Kuhn, German - American
Bund leader, give lists of the
membership of their organizations.
This action will be taken because
the U. S. sliould no longer toler
ate agencies of ' foreign powers
which form potential espionage and
HULL WARNS SHIPPING
AWAY FROM WAR ZONES
Secretary of State Hull on Wed
nesday issued a warnine to Amer
ican ship owners to keep their
vessels out of war zones and stat
ed that intensification of warfare
on merchant shipping was im
minent. GERMAN Y. M. C. A.
QUITS WORLD GROUP
The German Y. M. C. A., which
originally had 3,000 branches, has
withdrawn from the international
organization, Tracey Strong, Amer
ican head of the Y. M. C. ' A.
World Committee, said on his re
turn to Geneva from Berlin.
Estonia, yielding to Russian dic
tation, last week signed a 10-vear
mutual assistance oact with the
Soviets, giving Russia several naval
and air bases and garrisons for a
Red army of 25,000.
I o s n
Effective Friday and Saturday,
October Sth and 7th .
Miracle Whip Salad OCc
Dressing, qt. jar .......
Scot TUsUe, OCc
SLICED, 2 NO. 2 CANS
Campbells Tomato Soup, OCc
3 for ................... LD
Par-T-Pet Crackers, 1 Cc
BEST OF WEST 1
Grape Nut Flakes, 1Ac
per pk .
Octogan Soap or Powder, OCc
S for . ..... fJ
Beef Stew, 1 Ce
Full Cream Wisconsin OOe
Che , lb.
Trout r 15':
Veal Roe.it, 1 Qc
Lamb Stew, ' 1 Cc
per lb. J
CHESAPEAKE BAY SELECT
Pork Chops, OCc
per lb 0
Leg O Lamb, 07f
Mixed Sausage, 1 Cc
per lb. AJ
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prices are advancing. On
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advanced 15 and 25
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