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a per Line for Cacli Insertion
.o Var.t Ad t&Len for les t'saa
tLe price of five lines 23 cents
w ANTED Good fat cattle, good
sheep, also corn fed hogs off the
pole, 100 to 175 lbs. Spot cash paid
Essig Market. tf
r.OR SALE Plain typewriter paper
in boxes; $1.50 to $2.00 per box of
500 sheets. Franklin Press. tf
iN. FOR SALE Nice nerslonal stationery
V 1 ,) : -. t? i 8 i t cn
and 75 cents ptr box. Franklin Prtst.
SECOND SHEETS In packages of
500 at 50 cents per package.
Franklin Press. . tf
FOR SALE One-horse power Gaso
line Engine in good condition. Price
$10.00. Franklin Press. tf
J?OR SALE Some household furni
rheap. Mrs. W. H. SELLERS.
A few dry cows for feed
i . ADDINGTQN, Route
C. ' pJ5
few fresh cows and
t f "" i ' ' 'f'T ft '"HI
Rev. R. F. .Mock spent a few days
last week in Asheville on business.
Mr. Bill Cunningham is away at
the eastern markets on a buying trip.
Mr. J. W. Roper left last of the
week on a business trip to Chicago.
Mr. Marshall. Cunningham has re
turned from an extended stay in the
Mr. C. G Currier, of, Cornelia, was
here last week on. business.
10 Pigs, Big Bone
yj-Chiha and Hampshire cross,
pe at court house Jan 17.
) TAYLOR. pJ12
.r mrant uies
" T&lmadge Carter, - one-year-old son
6t Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter, died
Wednesday of ,this week.
County Agent C. W. Tilson, of
jackson county, was a visitor to
Within the past three years, 861
purebred registered dairy bulls have
teen brought into North Carolina
through the work of the county
agents and dairy specialists of State
The pne great thing that Tarheel
farmers- may learn from those in
''Continental Europe is the practice
of thrift, say those county agents who
visited Northern Europe this past
NOTICE OF SALE
the 2nd day of February 1928, at the
court house door, in the Town of
Franklin, Macon county, North Caro
lina hptwppn the leeal hours of 'sale.
, - . '
sell to the highest bidder, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit :
In Highlands township, Macon coun
ty, North Carolina, and bounded as
fnlW- BEGINNING at a white
. Grant No. 3105, runs N. .53 W. 29
poles and 8 links to a stake in . line
;,- of said' Grant No. 3105: then N. 37
I E 44; poles to a small hickory; north
87 E. 11 poles and 5 links to a stake;
ahen S. 23 E. 42 poles and 5 links
) to a locust south 33 W." 10 poles and
7 links to a stakeS. 89 W. 10 poles
to a locust; S: 36 W. 7 poles and 10
tlinks to a black cak; N. 81 W. 12
y poles and 8 links to the BEGINNING,
containing 10 3-4 acr.es more or: less.
This sale is made under power of
safe contained in a mortgagee exe
cuted by L. N. Pk'kin and Wife, flor
rie Pipkin, to T. W. Reece and wife,
Annie leece, of date the... .day of
February 1926, to secure the purchase
price of the foregoing described land,
default having been made in the pay
ment of the indebtedness secured by
" said mortgage. .
This the 2nd day of January, 1928,
- J. W. REECE, Mortgagee. , p4tJ26
IJub VidaOT throst
end chest. Relieves
two wayi ct csnce
For co!ds, .grip
and flu talic
f (a 'tabs
y TRADE MARK REG.
Mrs: E. C: Kihgsbery and daughter,
Miss Emily, spent it week, at their
camp at thrfrfoot of vVa'yah Bald,. Mr.
Kingsbery arid son, LJoyd also spent
a day . or two at camp, ,
Bill Cunningham,- Franklin's pre
mier buyer, i&now on a trip to Balti
more and Philadelphia ' buying goods
for J. S Porter & company. Bill has
bought a big line of notions -' and
shoes at 50 per cent bclov wholesale
prices. This merchandise is now pour
ing into Franklin' and the public is
going to get the benefit of the lowest
prices ever quoted in Franklin. Just
come in and see. . . Adv.
, Mr. Bill Hames left Monday for
Chapel Hill to resume his studies at
the' University of North Carolina af
ter spending the Christmas vacation
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Hames. .
The college boys and girls who came
home for the Christmas holidays have
returned to their respective institu
tions. Franklin has approximately
20 young people going to college...
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Fouts spent
last week end with their son, Attorney
Dover Fouts, and his wife, at Burns-villc.
A number of stores' of Franklin
went on a cash basis January 1st
Miss Eli2abeth ' Deal left Monday
for Burnsville, N, C, where sle will
resume her work in the Burnsville
, Rev. J. A. Flanagan spent a few
days this week in Gastonia.
Bill Cunningham knows the. market
from A to Z. And when the mana
ger of a wholesale house sees Bill
step in, said manager throws up ' his
hands and almost gives Bill what he
wants. In turn J. S. Porter & com
pany are almost going to give away
what Bill has recently bought in the
eastern markets. Franklin's biggest
store is not asking you to take any
thing for granted. Just investigate
f.'OTICC OF PL" LI CAT IC 1 1
North Carolina, Macon County,
In the Superior Court, Before the
R. L. SMART
The non-resident defendant, R. L:
Smart, will take notice that a sum
mons in the above entitled action .was
issued against said defendant on the
29th day of December, 1927, by the
Clerk of Superior court of Macon
County, North Carolina, for the sum
of Three Hundred and Forty ($340.00)
Dollars and interest thereon from the
27th day of December, 1927, due said
plaintiff by a promissory note, which
summons is returnable before, said
clerk of the Superior court on the 30th
day of January, 1928; the defendant
will also take notice that 'a warrant
of attachment ' was issued by said
Clerk of the Superior court on the
29th day of December, s1927, against
the property of said defendant, which
warrant is returnable before the said
Clerk of the Superior court at the
time and place above named for the
return, of the summons, when and
where the defendant is required to
appear and answer or demur to the
complajnt.or the relief demanded -will
be" granted. ' 1
This thr 29th day of December, 1927.
. FRANK I. MURRAY, Clerk Su
perior Court. . p4tJ26
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Macon county will sell at the court
house in Franklin, North Carolina on
January 11, 1928raOenarm.notes
aggregating Nine Thousand Six Hun
dred Forty-five ($9,645.60) and 60-100
Dollars dated the lltH day of Janu
ary. 1928 and maturing as follows:
$2,411.40, one year from date.
$2,411.40, two years from date.
$2,411.40, one year from date.
$2,411,40, two years from date there
of. v - -...v '.. t
Siid notes will bear interest at six
per cent per annum and will be issued,
the first two for Highlands township,
and the last two , for Smith Bridge
township. AH issued under the auth
ority of the County Finance Act and
a resolution of the Board of County
Commissioners, adopted January 2, 19
28. 1 . ; ,
This January 2, YJlc.
C. R. CABE, Chrtirn.i, Jl-.rtnl of
County Commissioner; of Macon
Attest: HORACE J. HURST, C, ?k.
To Our Friends and
Thanking you for the business given
us during the past year and wishing
all a Happy and Prosperous year
that is a head.
Macon County Supply Co.
Small Working Model
of tools, machines, in
ventions, small parts,
etc., may be developed
at this shop by our t&: '
perts. Hard-to-fit - or
hard-to-find machine or
tool parts are made to
order here. Call and
consult us on any ma- .
chining- or repair prch!-.'
GAINESVILLE IRON WORICS
Mr E. S. Hunnicutt drove his
daughter Ora Sue and Miss Tim
Crawford to Asheville Tuesday morn
ing: The two young ladies were en
route to Greensboro where they will
continue their studies in music at
N. C. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Crawford cele
brated their second weding anniver
sary on Monday evening at their home
on the "Pine Hill" by having a. few
of their intimate frincds in for the
Hot , chocolate . and wafers were
served. ' '
Miss Louise 'McFaden returned to
Hpndprsonville Tuesday after havinf
spent Christmas holidays with her
friends, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones.
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Hunnicutt
nrrivfrl in Franklin Fridav after hav
ing spent several days in Washington,
D. C, on their honeymoon. .
Mr Carl - P. Cabe who suent the
Christmas holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. :;. tv LaDe, at utto,
has returned to his position as lino
type operator at Charleston, W. ' Va.
Th. radio at Smith's Drue store
awarded to Fred Cabe who- held
a ticket reading twenty minutes of
w-m r 1 - t ,
ten on Wednesday.
Xfr Tntin Trotter of Cullowhee.
was shaking hands with his friends
in Franklin Wednesday of this week.
Mr. S. R. Joincs, of Brevard, was
a business visitor to Franklin Tues
day and Wednesday. -
Smith Harris, Jr.; and Carlton Har
ris are recovering from cases of
measles. . "
T T Corbm has iust finished a
new" 9-room home for Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Elliott on Cat's Creek.
Mrs. Frank Moodv will leave Fri
day for Orlando. Fla., to visit her
daughter, Miss Nora, who is ai in
structor in music at a suburb of
Orlando. Miss -Moody recently re
turned from a trip to Cuba. ,
Mrs. A! W. Mangum and son.
Bill, returned Monday from T-"ia
where they had sper-t the hol: Jivs
with ' Mrs. Mangum's sister, Mrs.
REPORT OF THE
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The stockholders of the Citizens Bank of Franklin, N. C,
met in the directors' room for their regular yearly business meet
ing, which was the first Tuesday in January, 1928.
The meeting was called to orde& by Sam L. JFranks, presi
dent, there being 102 shares represented of the. 150 shares out
standing. - .
The minutes of the last yearly stockholders meeting vere
read and approved. The directors meeting of December 31,
1927, an the finance committee meeting of .Decembcr 31, 1927, .
"The order of the directors on Decemberr3Irl927, declaring
a dividend of 6 per cent on the capital stock of $15,000.00!, was
approved, also the order of the directors on , December 31, 1927,
placing 25 per cent of the undivided profits to surplus v.is ap
proved. -; .-, . , .
The following directors were elected for the ensuing
Sam L. Franks R. D. Sisk
Dr. F. Angel Mrs. J. C. Wright'
J. W. Roper Mrs. Sal lie Sellers
' ' , J. S. Conlcy ' . '
There being no further business the meeting adjourned.
. ' J. S. CONLEV, Secretary."
The directors of the Citizens Bank were called to order
immediately after adjourning the stockholders meeting for the
purpose of electing of ficef s f or- the ensuing year. - -. . : .
T. W. Angel
J. C. Gibson ' .
J. W. Rickman
Dr. F. Angel, acting temppraryr c!iiinnan.3Xoi ?e -Vj
ingrjiorder, S. L. Franks was nominate 1 f rrr-president,!) d"Tr?t -re-elected
for president. The followinc' officers were also noini-
nated and elected for the ensuing year;
S. L. Franks, President J. S. Cnley, Secretary
Dr. F. Angel, 1st Vice-President W. T. Mo'jrc, Ca:liicr
R. D. Sisk, 2nd Vice-President L. B. Lin-jr," Assistant Cashier
Dr. F. Angel
Sam L. Franks
J. S. CorJey
R. D. Sisk
There being no further business the meeting adjourns?
- .. J. S. CON LEY, , Secret ary
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