FURNACES WARM-A1RE COAL and AIR Furnaces Air Conditioning **We Specialize In Home Comfort" HEATING CO. Phone 1357 - 58 Broadway Asheville, N. C. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly be cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in flamed bronchial mucous mem branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the un derstanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis ATHLETES FOOT GEKM Imbeds Deeply to Cause Painful Cracking. Burning, Itching IIAItl) TO KILL Requires a PENETRATING, mo bile agent such as undiluted al cohol. TE-OL Solution, made with 90' r alcohol, PENETRATES to carry the active medication to reach MORE germs and kill on contact. FEEL IT START TO WORK IMMEDIATELY. IN ONE 1IOI K, After using, if not COMPLETE LY pleased, your 35c backatanv drug store. TE-OL is clean, col orless, non-greasy, easy and pleasant to use. Apply FULL STRENGTH for Athletes Foot, itchy or sweaty feet, F. O (foot odor i. insect bites or poison ivy. TE-OL today at Angel's Drug Store. Most Summer Visitors Are From South RALEIGH. ? Western North Carolina's best vacation custom ers probably are residents of the stales to the south, accord ing to a survey recently made by the N. C. Travel Council and CONSTIPATION Ritky in BAD COLDS Retained undigested food becomes putrefactive, causes toxins, which overload the liver and other vital or gans of the body, lessening your re sistance to colds and other winter ills and interfering with their treatment Why take this chance when you caa take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughly yet pleasantly act on every foot o* your intestines, sweeping out toxin laden putrefactive foods and virus laden mucus, enabling you to more effectively avoid or fight a cold. Noth ing acts like good old Calotabs. Use as directed. 10c and 25c at all druggists. Take CALOTABS CRY BABY When children cry, ore upset and irri table, with a coated tongue, they may need a laxative. TRIENA is the chil dren's own laxative ? effective, thanks to senna ? easy to take because its flavored with prune juice. TRY TRIENA. Caution: use only as directed. 30c, large size, 50c. TUi/>MO allied drug I 1*1 PTI/l PRODUCTS CO X A 1V1 I U Chjt t jnoogj Ten n USES SOUGHT FOR PRODUCTS NOW DISCARDED Ways To Turn Wait Materials Tt Cash Being Studied A three-way drive to turn thi South's waste materials inu, valuable commercial products is being pressed this year by the U. b. Department 01 Agricul ture in cooperation with lead ing industries and universities. Such familiar and hitherto Vkorihiess by-products as corn cobs, grain stalks and husks, cottonseed hulls, buckwheat blDssoms and chicken featners are already finding wide usage the State Division of Advertis ing and News. i loridians predominate at re sorts lying south of Route *70 and west of Asheville, and are especially prominent in late summer and fall, according to the survey. Next to the Southern states, the Middlewest, notably Ohio, furnishes most visitors to the .nountain resorts. The survey indicated the average length of stay ranged from one week to 15 days; average expenditure per visitor was estimated at $10 plus. The survey showed that 1, 147,337 persons were checked as entering the Great Smoky Mountains National park in 1946; 720,300 persons using fa cilities of the Pisgah National forest in 1945; 86,061 persons in Nantahala National Forest; and 795,365 persons on the North Carolina part of the Blue Ridge Parkway last year. r Our hat's off to Old Faithful! There she goes . . . just a car . . . any car . . . maybe yours . But think how well she has served ! All through the war ? through years of scarce parts and no new cars ? Old Faithful kept on piling up the weary miles. She went when you needed her. She still does. She stands ready today to serve you 'til a new one takes her place. So bring her into your nearby Esso Dealer for the care and treatment she deserves. She's earned it ! New tars, too, need the expert care that every tar gets at the Bsso Signl GOOD CARE COUNTS! " J FOR DEPENDABLE ENGINE PROTEC TION ask for unexcelled Esso Motor Oil. Protective lubrica tion with long-lasting economy. Outstanding value in one of the world's finest motor oils J CHASSIS FRICTION spots need care as you pile up the miles. Sturdy Esso Lubricants will help reduce wear and avoid re pairs ? expertly applied by your Esso Dealer. DON'T LIT trouble catch you on the road ? have tires, battery and other vital parts inspected now. Your Esso Dealer will tell you whether they need servic ing or replacements. FOR SMOOTH. FAST PICK-UP, for power on the straightaway or up the hills . . . enjoy Esso Gas oline. Smooth performance mile after mile . . . and the added engine protection of patented Esso Solvent Oil. ?sso dealer Ik SyncPUippy MoTonruj" Copr. 1947. Eiao Inc. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF N I W JIRSEY REID'S E.SSO STATION Palmer Street Phone 32 RALPH WOMACK'S SERVICE STATION On Atlanta Highway Phone 19 STEWART'S ESSO SERVICE STATION On the Square Phone 51 POINDEXTEJR'S ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 102 Mill In Georgia Always Pa" a With Silver Dollars LINDALE, UA.? The visitor to Atlanta walks into a store and planks down one or more silver dollars to pay tor his purchase. the clerk's face lights up. "I know where you're from," he says. "You're from Lindale!'' Aud 99 times out of a hun dicd the clerk is right Lindale, a relatively small town, is 70 Jdd miles from Atlanta. Since the beginning, it has in important industries, and the department's Southern labora tory at New Orleans will devote 1947 to exploring the commer cial applications of many oth ers, including peanut shells, sweet potatoes and cotton fibers. Po.entialities of the far reaching research program are found, it was pointed out, in the uses now being made of corn cobs by such companies is SKF Industries, Inc., which ronnrtc l.CO nf nnnrnvimotohi >v)/v/i vj uov ui a^iuAiiuancijf 48,000 pounds of ground cobs annually to burni&Ji and clean -all. and roller bearings. Hardly a leaf is being left unturned by researchers The University of Pennsylvan ia medical school is experi menting with the lowly buck wheat plant, traditional griddle cake ingredient, to extract rutin, needed for high-blood pressure Victims. Other experts hope to develop a strong synthetic fibre from the 175,000,000 pounds of chicken feathers thrown away annually. In southern Florida a $17,000 000 factory has been erected for large-scale production of starch from sweet potatoes, and such construction-board manufactur ers as Celotex corporation, Chi cago, and Maizwood Insulating company, Dubuque, Iowa, are buying up straw, stalks and husks as raw materials. Peanut and cottonseed hulls are pro viding synthetic motor fuel at the rate of 90 gallons to the ton. To increase yield of penicillin, chemists and scientists are feed ing the drug-producting mold a $234,000 yearly diet of 6,000,000 pounds of sugar obtained from milk. Three Agriculture depart ment research stations are pro ducing tannic acid, essential for curing hides, from wild sumac leaves, while off-shaped lemons, once discarded, are now produc ing profits in the form of lemon oil, citric acid and pectin. been the custom of Undale's principal Industry, the plant of the Pepperell Manufacturing company, to pay off In silver dollars. Of course, the 50-year-old cot ton mill does not pay off en tirely in silver dollars. What with cotton mill wages having 1 doubled in the last five years, that would make too heavy a load The worker is paid In "fold ing" money ? fifties, twenties, tens, fives ? but no one-dollar bills. Instead of the one-dollar bills, he gets silver dollars, which aren't too common in these parts. QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptom* of Dlttrvu Arising trom STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID FrooBookTollsofHomoTroatmonttliat Must Holp or K WHI Cost You Nothing Over two million bottles of the WILLARD TREATMENT have been Bold for relief of ?ymptoma of distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acid ? Peer Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach, Gasslness, Heartburn. etc., due to Excess AcM. Sold on 16 days' trial I Ask for "WUIard's Message" which fully expUUu thla treatment ? tree? at Perry's Drug Store Join Now! Protects the Whole Family Potts' Burial Ass'n. Phone 164 or 174 RADIO REPAIRS ? We make prompt, effi cient, expert repairs on all types of radios. WESTERN RADIO & ELECTRIC SHOP E1>GAR CARTER, Mgr Main Street Over Reece's Service Station HOME OWNERS' SPECIALTIES ? ROCK WOOL INSULATION Correctly Blown ACCURATE WEATHER STRIPPING ROOF REPAIRS? all kinds AWNINGS made to order and installed ASPHALT TILE ? RUBBER TILE MARBLE TILE GUTTERS Installed, Repaired, Repainted No Job Too Large ? None Too Small Write us at P. O. Box 509, Franklin ? Tri-State Insulation & Flooring Co. Toccoa, Ga., Franklin, N. C.f Seneca, S. C. Patronize Your Home Town Merchants and Businesses GOOD FOOD ? CAGLE'S CAFE ? GOOD SERVICE CLYDE'S CAFE On Main Street WE SPECIALIZE IN Steaks Chops and Fried Chicken CLYDE SANDERS, Mfr. Select Your MONUMENT At Our Display Yard Located at the Foot of Bonny Crest Franklin Granite Works E. E. Angel MORGAN'S CAFE Near the Depot ? Quick Senric? and Good Food | at the Home-Like Cafe We Appreciate Your Patronage Franklin Laundry and Dry Cleaners Phone 136 fire insurance Macon 1 5 Insurance Agency Bank of Franklin BIdg. Storm Insurance USED FURNITURE Bought and Sold ? Lawson Shook Over Rays' Groc. & Feed Co A GOOD PLACE TO EAT Excellent Food in a Pleasant Atmosphere LUCILLE' S DINING ROOM Hotel Hearn STEWART'S Electrical Appliance Store Everything Electrical Phone 268 SWAFFORD'S MARKET Groceries Meats Vegetables West's Florist ? "Flower* for Every Occasion" West Main Street Phone 2S4 Macon Dry Geaners Prompt Efficient Work FOR PICK UP SERVICE Phone 270 NORTON'S CAFE A Good Place to Eat

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