FRANKLIN, N. C, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925
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ONLY FOUR DAYS
Biggest Credit Period of the
Campaign Ends at Nine
O'Clock Wednesday Night
' Club members of the Press Sales
' ' manship Club campaign have only
four more days in. which to turn in
subscriptions and secure the greatest
number of credits for each subscrip
tion Tntprpst in the campaign and
' enthusiasm in the progress each day
of the different contestants is in-i-reasing
by leaps and bounds.
'Dear readers and subscribers hun
- dreds of you have previously promis
ed your favorite Club Member to
. helD them win the auto or, one of the
, ' . other valuable prizes. Some of you
hav-A nromised to give them your
initial subscription and hundreds of
subscribers have promised to give
them a renewal.' TODAY NOW is
the very best time for you to make
vour pomises good. Never - again
during the entire campaign will yout
subscription or renewal count for as
manv. votes as they will up to nine
o'clock Wednesday night. . After that
. . hour, votes will decline 25 per cent
snfl still another 23 per cent April -24
. . Week of April 30 is the last week of
the campaign and therP will be only
one half the number of votes given
on a subsrriptioi; that week as is
given up to Wednesday night Apri
.1 Every club member in the race
; ' realizes that the grand capital prize
which is worth $650.00 is within their
reach, to' be claimed as their very
own or forfeited to a morP ambitious,
aggressive opponent during the next
thrpp weeks, depending almost en
tircly upon their efforts during the
next four days while the present
BIG credit schedule is in effect.
If club members halt now for a
' moment-if they slack up or let en
thusiasm wane, if they overlook the
opportunity to better their chance
' to win. they are taking desperate
. chances to lose the prize of their
choice. A club member who fails to
do their level best during the four
remaining days of the BIG CREDIT
. OFFER will more than likely meet
-with' disappointment when thP. cam
paign comes to., an official . close
, April 30. , - . . .,
Never again during the campaign
will it be possible to secure so many
votes or credits on subscriptions as
between now and nine o'clock Wed
nesday night. To hold back sub
crrlnHons ' now or to depend on
promises to subscribe at a later date
; simply means that, you will nave io
f,L-,. w credits 'on subscriptions.
We putting this up to you fairly
if voo would De ac
' rlare.l the winner of one of the b,ig
nri7es. then vou cannot afford to pass
n the. Hresent big credit offer.
Subscriptions that are mailed from
anv nostoffice out of Frankm , y
ninp o'clock Wednesday night, April
15 will also count in this offer, no
. matter Aien the report arrives at the
ramnaicn department of the Fress
aii n'rnnR ' who are in the Press
y 0ffiCe at that time will be waited -on
I nn and their collections will apply on
'.'V this big offer. Subscriptions that
. if' the cost rnirW shows
that they, were mailed not later than
A nine o'clock P. M., April 15, will o
course count in this offer. ,
It's anybody's race for the car or
anv of the other handsome and valu
ilj able prizes. Just be DETERMINED
3 to ' GET the necessary number o
. subscriptions to win ant don't think
you can't for "IT CAN BE DONE.
Following are the names of those
who have been nominated to date
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Mrs Nobia Murray 84,50O
. ' Mrs. W. T. Moore ..'......-.-841,200
Mrs. George .Stallcup 433,000
S. S INSTITUTE AT
CL ARKS CHAPE1
The Second Fifth Sunday
Sunday School Institute of
the Franklin Circuit Was
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"Christ the Lord is risen today," sons of men and angels say.
, Raise your joys and triumphs high; sing, ye heavens, and earth reply.
Miss Carolyn Sloan v....:.,:...839,100
Miss Maude Burleson .........650,400
Miss Ina Henry 840,300
Miss Sue Hunnicutt ......844,100
Miss Charlotte Conley' 843,200
Miss Grace Barnard ...,.825,400
Miss Kate Baird 756,100
Miss Willie Mae Tallent .560.100
Miss Ella Jones .: 655,800
John H. Thomas 520,800
J. V. Arrendale 360,400
Franklin, Route 1
Miss; Mary Enloe : 250,100
Franklin, Route 2
M. L. Angel , 789,400
Franklin, Route 3
Mrs. Harvey Edwards ......641,000
Miss Kate Huggins , . ..10,000
Franklin, Route J
Miss Iva Lee Mincey 821,600
Miss Minnie Early .;.'...; 12,200
Theodore Elliott ......376,300
Miss Fannie Powell ,. ..12,800
PrintSi.; N. C.
J. I;. 'Sanders ...,...,,.-822.800
Trrohota, N. C. .v.-
Miss Veva" Howard ..................13,400
Miss Annis McDowell ....:..... ....525,10U
CulUaja, N. C.
Miss' Mabel Teem-. H.80C
' Ellijay, N. C.
Louis' . Moses .-234,100
Miss Nola Higdon -; 275,400
Iotla, M. C.
Miss Thclma Ray ...........788,30(1
WetV Mill, N. C.
Miss Edwina '.Bryson 810.400
Etna, N. C.
Miss Lee Bradley 10,900,
Mrs. "Fred Morrison .!....., .590,100
East Gaitonia, N. C.
Mi.-,, Lola Sanders. 10,000
A GOOD CITIZEN
Mr. H. T. Mozeley Passed
Away At His Home on
Bonny Crest Last Week
Buried at Dillard, Ga.
Mr. H. T. Mozeley, son of th(, late
Col. H. T. Mozeley, of South Carolina
died at his residence on -Bonny Crest
on March 30, 1925.
Mr. Mozeley was born in Rabun
County. Georgia on April 30, 1848. He
moved to Macon County, North Car
olina iii 4882, having previously mac
ried Mif's Callie Dillard of the latter
county. To this union were borii
five children, viz : Mrs. Sallie Pen
lar.d of Franklin, Mr. James Mozeley
deceased, Mr. Ed Mozeley of Otto,
Mr. I'aul Mozeley of Hickory and
The mother of these children died
In 191.1 Mr. Mozelev
married Miss Bettie McCracken of
Haywood county who survives him.
Mr. Mozeley was a taithtui mem
ber of the .Methodist church for 57
year's and always took a great in
terest in religious revivals and in the
advancement of the church in all
The 'interment took place at Dil
lard, Ga.. on March 31, with Masonic
honors and with hundreds' of friends
and relatives for miles around, in
attendance. Rev. . M. Smith and
Rev. J. Q. Wallace of Franklin of
fioiaied a"t the burial service.
'Uncle Terrell, as he was familiarly
known, will be missed by his relatives
and by-hundcrds of people in North
Carolina and .Georgia ' who claimed
bun as a friem!.
COUNTY SELLS BONDS
I The County Commissioners last
Monday sold approximately $50,000
worth or road and bridge bonds. On
Tuesday -of this week thP sommis
sioners let contracts for the construe
tion of two bridges on the Cartoo
geehaye and two on the Sugar Fork
Austin Bros. Bridge Company of At
lanta were the successful bidders
This company a short time ago com
pleted a bridge over the Little' Ten
nessee a mile abov town, known as
This was a meeting of an unusually
high type and of absorbing interest. ,
A summary of facts relating to it will
prove challenging, and thoroughly
worthy of consideration. Six Sun
day schools were represented on this
The program was carefully carried
out by Mr. Reid Cabe, president. The
program was opened by beautiful
song selections rendered by the
Clarks Chapel choir, after which Mr.
Wayne Jacobs introduced the real
benefit of the meeting.
The Sunday School lesson "Bring
ing Lambs to the Fold," was taught
by Mr. Street. There were questions
and answers and much free discus
sion. Intcrsting talks were made by Mr.
R. L. Poindextcr, of Iotla, Mr. Jen
nings, of Mashburn Branch, Mr. Reid
Cabe, of Clarks Chapel, -Rev. Truitt, .
ranklin: Mr. Raloh West. Iotla. Mr.
Wayne Jacobs, Salem!?' Also Mr.
Street of Franklin, who in his mtel-
ectual way told us "How to Run a
Sunday School." All of the speakers
each of whom was a specialist in
the particular field.
A social hour was then enjoyed by
all present, during which the ladies
of Clarks Chapel, set before us
plenty of goo dthings fo eat. Ev6ry
bodv got -better acquainted With
every body else. The hour being a
rnpsk enjojabl. one. . ,
The afternoon was then opened by
singing from, different schools, fol
lowing a beautiful reading from the
Bible by Mr. Wayne Jacobs. 'John
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There were three speakers who
were thoughtful, 'sane, poised and in
deadly earnest. They I were fair
minded and proved their cases by
facts. First speakers, Mrs. Lynn
Slaon, "The Aim of the Lesson," Rer.
J. O. Wallace "Preparation of the
Teacher," Rev. W. M. Smith, "The,
Teacher and His Objectives."
Nearing the close of the progrant
two beautiful quartetts were sung,
following the whole congregation
sang "Sweet By and By."
Iotla won the prize by having the
largest number present.
The next Sunday School Institute
will be held at Iotla the fifth Sunday
in May. We want every one to help
make this a successful day.
At the close of the program every
body seemed to have renewed vigor
and 'determination to do more in tke
years to come, to have better Sun-,
day schools than ever before.
MRS. LAWRENCE RAMSEY,
Secretary of Institute.
The approaches to the bridge over
Rabbit Creek have been completed.
The contractor, on the road had
agreed to move the necessary earth
for 32 cents per yard. No local con
tractor would take the, job for less
than 40 cents per yard. As these
approaches had to be completed be
fore the machinery for building the
.(lalu could be moved to tae dam site
the city agreed to pay 8 cents per
yard to have the approaches com
pleted at ciicc. Mr. R. L. Scott did
this work and finished the job in rec
ord time. ,,-''. , '''."
'Ibis work cost the city a ' little
over $100. ... . .
TO TAKE OVER HIGHWAY
At an early date it is reported that
the state will assume .maintenance of
Highway No. 28 as far as this road
has been graded. This maintenance
will extend 5 or 6 miles up the Sugar
Fork :;nd about ten miles up the
l.';;rt.'jnjefha.ve. , . , .
The Electrical Constructors Com
pany, contractors, for the municipal
dam, will have, the camp ior the ac
commodation of Jheir employes com
pleted, by tne ena oi mc ween, sev
eral carloads of equipment to be used
in the work of buildl ig the dam have
already arrived. , 1 1 .fact prospects
for a quick job n t ie dam now ap
pear very promising.
A TRAIN LOAD A DAY
the Wilson Construction Company
building th,, road to the Georgia line,
is using a train load of material a
day oii this work. Consequently a
daily freight train service has been
found necessary instacd of service
only' three times per week. , ':
Card of Thanks
I want to thank the people of
Holly Springs and Cullasaja for their
kindness ar.d sympathy during the
sickness and death of my father.
Thomas Moore. 1 feel that all will
I),, rewarded in a better world. -URK'li: