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cuunty-wide eelebnUM of IIm
are almost complete
In • concentrated effort, every
la the entire region has
to promote the am
to Uie reading public. For
new* stories, editorials and
have been featur
ed which tell at the warm, brilliant,
laqr days or the fall season in the
Special celebrations are being
A ray of sunahlne Is aeen on the
horizon for poultry producer*. An
expert aay* egg price* are likely
to riae more thli fall than uiual,
then continue at profitable level*
through the coming year.
Clayton Ubeau, egg marketing
specialist for the H. C. Agricultur
al Extenilon Service at State Col
lege. declare* (matter laying
flocks, reduced egg production and
higher price* are In the pleture
for next year'* producer*.
Ubeau points out that Ameri
can* farmer* are railing an e*tl
mated 3M million young chicken*
thi* year—IS per cent lets than
last This figure doe* not, how
ever, Include commercial broiler
All (action* of the country are
cutting productions of chicken*
for laying flock replacement*, ac
cording to Ubeau. The decrease
I* greatest on farm* with (mall
Br the flr*t of next yew, de
clare* Ubeau. the U. S. laying
flock la expected to be at least 7
per cent (mailer than a year earl
ier. Average rate of lay H expect
ed to be up but total production
mgy fall a* much as 5 per cent be
low last year'* level*.
Smaller production plu* in
crease In housewife buying power
should mean higher income* and
price* for egg producer* until at
lea*t October of 1908, explain*
Thank* to the effort* of the
Diiabled American Veteran*, the
veteran* are going to receive an
increase In their pensions Pub
lic Law HR-92 ha* been pasaed
by both the Houie and Senate and
■igned by the President The In
crease will probably go into effect
in October or November.
The amount* of increase a* stat
ed by Thomas H. Myer*, Sr., D.
A. V. Publicity Officer, are >
10% diiabled—$17 to $1*.
30%—433 to *30
30%—400 to *M.
40% diiabled—M8 to *7*
90%—$01 to S100.
60%—1109 to *130.
70%-4116 to *140.
90%—9149 to 9100.
90%—9103 to $17$.
100% dtaabled—9191 to 921
For information concerning the
Disabled American Veteran* write
992 Haywood Road, Aahevllle, N. C.
planned by many Waatern North
Carolina ummiiMn to honor
- The Meuntaia Coionma Tml
val In AaherUlr will bo hold on
October 11 |M 11 tad «fll trf1
sponsored bjr the Aahevllle Cham
ber of ConuMm,
i W Douglas Komi* of tho Cham
ber will manage the affair and
Bill Dawson Radio Station
WISE la Aahevllle will be Waiter
of Ceremonie* for the program*
The festival will feature tours
n,,,1,L _/ tL. I sn.,1 1
ovtr fnucn oi tnr oeauiiiui scrnu
«i tw t
wonufrnno 01 w fiiprn nonn
Carolina. There will be a Smoky
Mountains tour west and south of
Ashtvllle to the colorful Cherokee
Indian territory, the Great Smoky
Mountains National Park, to Fon
tana Dam. highest In the Eastern
Untied States, through Nantahala
Gorge, to Murphy, wMtennoet Up
of die state, back to rranklin find
Cowee. "Valley of Ruble*.''
through the "Land of Waterfalls,"
where four sparkling streams spill
over the break of land on their
downward ruah to the sea. The
tour takes the visitor to Brevard.
Hendersonvllle, and returns to
The Blue Ridge tour to the eut
and north of Aahevllle will take
the vlattor up the Blue Ridge
Parkway, the mountaintop boule
vard highway that has become
America's favorite drive, past
Mount Mitchell, higheet peak in
tit* Km*, la Ur»ndf*th«r Moun
tain with It* Mil* High Swtoging
Bridge. to Blowing lock and
Bfonc. From Bodbe, U* ton* ba*
■Nitab route* Ikremk pietMtao
que rolling farm »nd moup&in
country of Spruce Pine, the
er*i cit*," ftunuville. *ftd Mm
»« to Marion and Old Fort»fW }
eipitnlvt' V %. W r«tejh»t
cuts * four-line awttfc ihroegh
torn* of the most ragged moun
Utni in the Ea*t. A vt«it to Chim
ney Rock Park with Ha huge gi*n-,
Ite monolith if Included in the ,
There will be night fe*tivitlea.
Friday night. October II. will
be Fall Keitival Hoe-Down Time
at the City Auditorium in Afbe
viile. Square dance team* from
point* throughout the Southern
Highland* will gather to compete
for a 1900 prize and the title of
"Fall Featival Champion*."
Saturday night, October 12, will
be Folk Mu*lc Night at the City
Auditorium, with a widespread
competition for the championahtp
mountain banjo picker, fiddle
player, male and female ballard
singer*. Cadi prize* win be award
ed, and the Fall FeatHral Champ
ion* from the prerioui night will
AdmiMlon on both night* will
be adult*, 79c, and children ultder
10 year* of age, S9c.
Rmm. N. C . died September #. j
1M at Boom, It. C , Rmu >. H
U survived by ber hutband. Char
let t. Cortwtt, U rbUdnrk. tw»
tiTanaJn Ik gl-^iL _ A ^ - ■—1 - ■
precew iifr in OMtn it an wny
at*. KWe M#! Claud and Cfcte
of to»a. !§* »1 Royal Ott.
Mick.. Ro» « W*>»«*oru. Va„
Earl of Bend. Ure*«n Four
dMMd»t«rr In. MUM Crcra* o/
law Mr, Mr*. Krwit Guy of Boone,
Mn. Hwirr Water* of ikw and
Mri Hobeii Harmon Of Ohio.
. « . « *» -M
sue VM t i nmtun inotnrt ana
w»» loved by all who knew her.
Shi au i charier member of
Mountain Dale Church and lentd
w< +« *' m
tmui pfcrna. sihe w
born and railed in Watauga coun
ty.—chakl.es t. conwrrr and
Total enkptojnaeat ia the V. 8.
jumped to a Mgk of VI;200,000
last month, while unemployment
dropped to S.OOMOS—a decline tit
300,000 from June.
Ki'stNftse rtot rri
In the fir* iix months of 1«T,
11 nonfinmrial oorpoi »tions dent
ed nore thaa $100,000,000 mm*
after tun All but aoe »< them
(top place General Motor*) made
more uuu n Oft nnt hut at urn.
U1 but two (G. M. and Ford Mo
tor) had higher net liwne after
taxea than in the firat six months
of proaperoua !W8. T»t top Utt
clude General Motor*, still ftrtt,
Jeney Standard Oil. Ml Tele
phone Syatere U. S Steel, Du
PoM. Gulf OU. Ford Motor, TMea
Oil, CaUfmfc ,NMiK Socney
Mobil, General Electric, and '
lehem ibid. 0
... , ..
Beef rattle price* are expected
to remain at prveent favorable
levels throughout the remainder
15% REDUCTION ON
To Be Deducted At The Check-Out Stand
This reduction applies to everything in
our store—Groceries, Meats, Frozen Foods,
... A rare opportunity to save money
on your food needs.
Such Values Are Real Door-Busters
• ■ , . , •' Y-il ■ /• V.
...You'd Better Be Present When
The Doors Open!
WATCHES - JEWELRY
PENS - PENCILS
I CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
SHOP AND SAVE AT
And Gifts Of AlLzKinds w. Ring str*«t ^ Bo«ne, n. c.