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    West Virginia ranks fifth
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east of the Mississippi.
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SHELL SERVICE STATION
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Open Day and Night
BATTERIES ? TIRES ? TUBES
and many other automotive supplies avai!. b!e
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24 hours a day
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w E are sorry that we can't
always give our customers exactly what thsy
want the day they want it. We, like you, are
doing our best under difficult conditions.
We are getting in many Hardware items,
however, and we hope to have more and more
as time goes on.
Usually, if an item is available, you will find
it at our store. So come to see us for your
Hardware needs.
Macon County Supply Co.
? NOTICE TO HOMESEEKERS ?
6 room bungalow ? 2 acres ? 2 miles out ? all conveniences
? beautiful lawn and shrubbery ? a real home ? possession
within 30 days ? $5,800.00.
11 rooms ? good ? close to high school ? beautiful
large lot ? Price $6,000.00.
5 rooms ? large lot ? close in ? $2,850.00.
5 rooms ? Phillips Strpet ? convenient ? $2,650.00.
90 acres ? buildings ? paved highway ? 3 miles out ? conven
ient ? electricity ? a dandy property for subdivision ? tour
ist court ? business ? $10,000.00.
130 acres ? buildings ? paved highway ? 2K- miles out ?
gravity water? electricity ? beautiful location ? some clear
ed ? some timbered ? a first class property for develop
ment?summer homes ? $15,000.00.
7 rooms? bath ? stoker heat ? large shaded lot ? $15,000,00.
Standard Realty Company
(MRS. J. H. STOCKTON, Mgr.)
POLITICAL ADVERTISING
Vote For
Muarae M. Redden
Democratic Candidate For
CONGRESS
Don S. Ellas
Executive Director of Station
WWNC, Vice-President of the
Aiherillc Citiien- Times Co.
and District Manager of Mr.
Reddens Campaign ?
Says:
"Without any Ill-will toward
any candidate, I feel I can
make a contribution to the
upbuilding of Western North
Carolina by supporting the
nomination and election of
Monroe Redden to Congress
ind have agreed to act as his
district manager.
"Monroe Redden is a seasoned
and successful attorney and
business man. His demon
strated ability and well known
energy and public spirited
services to the area and the
Democratic party make cer
tain that our Interests will be
protected and pushed If ho ?
In Congress.
The people of Western North Carolina are entitled to the mon
umpetent, energetic and Intelligent representation tn Congress.
i am confident oar people have an awakened understanding of
lie urgency of our needs today and will register their desires ky
?omlnating Monro* M. Redden In the Democratic Primary on
VUy 25."
PRIMARY ELECTION
MAT IS. 194*
HLAR MONROE RCDDfeN nftjiT*V1"!i'*T JTV
NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOND
ELECTION AND NEW
REGISTRATION
IN THE
TOWN OF FRANKLIN,
NORTH CAROLINA
A special election will be held
between 6:30 A. M., and 6:30
P. M., Eastern Standard Time, I
on Tuesday, June 25, 1946, at
which there will be submitted
to the qualified voters of the
Town of Franklin the follow
ing questions:
1. Shall an ordinance
passed May 14. 1946 autharT
izing not exceeding $70,000
bonds of the Town of
Franklin for extending the
waterworks system of said
Town, by the installation of ,
additional water mains and
hydrants, and a tax for said j
bonds, be approved?
2. Shall an ordinance
passed May 14, 1946 author
izing not exceeding $20,000
bonds of the Town of
Franklin for extending the
sanitary sewer system of
said Town, by the laying of
additional sewer lines, and
tax for said bonds, be ap*
proved?
3. Shall an ordinance
passed May 14, 1946 author
izing not exceeding $30,000
bonds of the Town of
Franklin for reconstructing
the surface of streets in said
Town, and a tax for said
bonds, be approved?
Each of the three questions
hereinabove set forth contains
a statement of the purpose for
which the bonds are authorized
by the ordinance referred to in
such question. If said bonds are
issued, a tax will be levied for
the payment of the principal
and interest thereof on all tax
able property in the Town of
Franklin,
A new registration has been
ordered and no one will be per
mitted to vote unless registered
anew. The books for said new
registration shall be open for
the registration of voters from
9:00 A. M. until sunset on each
day, except Sundays and holi
days, beginning Saturday, May
25, 1946, and closing Saturday,
June 15, 1946. On each Satur
urday during said period said
books shall remain open at the
polling place. Saturday, June
22, 1946, shall be Challenge Day.
The polling place and the
names of the election officers,
subject to change as provided
by law, are as follows:
Polling Place
Courthouse
Registrar
C. A. Sgtser
Judges
Geo. Dalrymple
John M. Moore
By order of the Board of Ald
ermen of the Town of Franklin, j
E. W. LONG,
Town Clerk and Treasurer
M16? 2tc? M23 _
.? AN ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING $70,000
WATER BONDS
BE IT ORDAINED by the
Board of Aldermen of the Town
of Franklin:
Section 1. That the Town of
Franklin issue its bonds, pur
suant to The Municipal Finance
Act, 1921, as amended, in an
amount not exceeding $70,000
for the purpose of extending the
waterworks system of said Town,
by the installation of additional
water mains and hydrants.
Section 2. That a tax suffi
cient to pay the principal and
interest of said bonds shall be
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to valor . . . .
A9HEVILLE
^TIMELESS tribute to
valor ... a bronze
Plaque by Oorham
Master Craftsmen. We
shall be pleased to dis
cuss them and fit one
to your needs.
ASHEVILLE
annually levied and collected.
Section 3. That a statement
of the debt of the Town has
been filed with the clerlf and
is open to public inspection.
Section 4. That this ordinance
shall take effect when approved
by the voters of the Town at an
election as provided by said Acl.
The foregoing ordinance; was
passed on the 14th day of May,
1946. and was first published oil
the 16th day of May, 1946.
Any action or. , proceeding
questioning the 'validity of said
ordinance must be commenced
within thirty days after its first
publication.
E. W. LONG,
Town Clerk and
1 Treasurer.
M16 ? 2tc? M23
AN ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING $'>0,000
SANITARY SEWER BONUS
BE IT ORDAINED by the
Board ?f Aldermen of the Town
of Franklin;
Section 1, That the Town of
Franklin issue its bonds, pur
suant to The Municipal Finance
Act, 1921, as amended, in an
amount not exceeding $20,000
for the purpose of extending
rthe sanitary sewer system of
said Town, by the laying of
additional sewer lines.
Section 2. That a tax suffi
cient to pay the principal and
interest of said bonds shall be
annually levied and collected. |
Section 3, That a statement
of the debt of the Town has
been filed with the clerk and
is open to public inspection.
Section 4, That this ordinance
shall take effect when approved
by the voters of the Town at
an election as provided by said
Act.
The foregoing ordinance was
passed on the 14th day of May,
1946, and was first published on
the 16th day of May, 1946.
Any action or proceeding
questioning the validity of said
ordinance must be commenced
within thirty days after its first
publication.
E. W. LONG,
Town Clerk and
\ Treasurer.
M16? 2tc? M23
AN ORDINANCE
AUTHORIZING $30,000 STREET
IMPROVEMENT BONDS
BE IT ORDAINED by the
Board of Aldermen of the Town
of Franklin:
Section 1. That the Town of
Franklin issue its bonds, pur
suant to The Municipal Finance
Act, 1921, as amended, in an
amount not exceeding $30,000
for the purpose of reconstruct
ing the surface of streets in
said Town.
Section 2. That a tax suffi
cient to pay the principal and.
interest of said bonds shall be
annually levied and collected.
Section 3. That a statemept
of the debt of the Town has
been filed with the clerk and
is open to public inspection.
Section 4. That this ordinance
shall take effect when approved
by the voters of the Town at an
election as provided by said
Act.
The foregoing ordinance was
passed on the 14th day of May.
1946. and was first published
on the 16th day of May, 1946.
Any action or proceeding
questioning the validity of said
publication.
| ordinance must be commenced
1 within thirty days after its first
E W. LONG,
, Town Clerk and
Treasurer.
M 1 6 ? 2tc ? M23
QUICK SERVICE
Painting, Body ami Fender Work
ESTIMATES GIVEN
MACON TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
Palmer Street
POLITICAL ADVERTISING
To the Citizens of Macon County:
As many of yon undoubtedly know 1 am a
candidate for Solir
itor o! this I >i st net . ,
Mr. Queen, the
present Solicitor, is
not a candidate and
his term of office
w ill e x ]) i r e this
year.
If I am fortunate
enough to secure
the nomination to
which 1 aspire I
pledge myself to
prosecute all viola
t ions of the law to
the best of my skill
and ability, how
ever, gua ranteeitiji
a lair and impartial
T. D. BRYSON, JR. trial to each. an<l
every defendant.
It is in \- firm conviction that the Solicitor
can e fleet a large saving of taxpayer' if money
by presenting each ""matter to the court as
speedily as possible and not keeping; matters
pending, on the docket and holding witnesses
over from term to term. This 1 certainly prom
ise to do. I also feel that the people of each
county should have a voice in the management
of court affairs and I wholeheartedly invite
anv person or group. of people, in the event I
am elected, to feel free to discuss matters ol
court interest with me at any time it best suits
their convenience.
I am the eldest son of former Judge T. D. ?
Bryson who is now professor of law and legal
advisor at Duke University. 1 completed my
legal education at the University of North
Carolina and have been engaged in the general
practice of law since February 192.~> and cer
tainly feel that 1 am thoroughly <ptalilied to
fill the office of Solicitor not only by way ot
education but also experience. 1 have lived
arid maintained mv office in Franklin for the
past seven vears and while my family is now
living in Bryson City on account of housing
conditions, I feel that Macon County is my
permanent home.
1 earnestly solicit your vote and support in
the Democratic Primary. May 25th.
Thad D. Bryson, Jr.
FRANKLIN HARDWARE CO.
FINISH UP THE JOB!
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