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The Franklin press and the Highlands Maconian. (Franklin, N.C.) 1932-1968, October 15, 1942, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONlAJM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1942 PACE TWd "Life Too Short To Raise Scrubs," Says Whitmire Watch Your Parasites; Feed Your Sows A Balanced Ration By E. J. WHITMIRE Even when feed is plentiful, it is scarce to feed, to scrub livestock. Life is too short to waste it feed ing scrub animals, scrub livestock, scrub people. At present hog prices no farmer can afford to lose a pig. Good sows sired by purebred boars and kept free from parasites until weaning time are on the road to profits. Parasites, next tJ disease cause the greatest losses for hog producers. Once a pig is infested with worms it never fully recovers. A little old pot-bellied pi with rough bristle like hair, .half as large as it should be for its age is a poor bet to make economical pork. If a pig is kept free of parasites for the first twelve weeks, the race is even. By the time he has. reached this age, he has arrived at the stage when l.irasites can ' be thrown off. To raise a pig free of worms the following rules should be used: 1. Scrub and clean the farrow ing pen with hot' water, use dis infecting materials liberally before the sow is placed in the pen. 2. Remove dirt from sow's ud der just before she farrows. Use warm water and s?ap. Newly born pigs will get worm eggs off the niother's udder if she is not washed. 3. Provide a clean pasture as pasture will reduce the feed bill and help keep the sow from get ting down in her back during early spring. "Green feed is the best doctor." 4. Avoid old worn-out hog lots without green forage. Look for Important Notice To Men Who Expect To Enter Military Service Even though you Wave re ceived your order to report for induction under Selective Serv ice, yau may still volunteer for the Navy right up to the mo ment of your induction. After that you cam no longer cbotose your service. Remember, if you want to get in the Navy, you've got to volunteer before you are inducted. Don't wait till it's too late. 8 Million Seedlings To Be Given Away To Farmers by TVA The Forestry Department of the TVA has (notified the Agriculture Extension Service at State college that it will have approximately eight million forest tree seedlings available for erosion control plant ing in the Tennessee Valley this fall and winter. This is considerably less than the production of previous years, but curtailment is made necessary by the loss of CCC camps and the greater emphasis being placed on activities which are more directly concerned with winning the war. "North Carolina farmers in the Valley counties who have eroded land should avail themselves of this opportunity to add another crop to the farm program and put back into use areas which are now lying idle due to erosion," said Extension Forester R. W. Graeber, in commenting on this informa tion, "There should be no so-called waste-land on the farm. Every acre should be growing the crop for which it is best suited. Of course, the trees that are planted now cannot be expected to help win this war, but they will serve to insure the "future supply of wood products a supply that is being threatened by the heavy war demands being made on pres ent woodlands." Mrs. Graeber said that, as in the past, applications for TVA trees will be made though- the county farm agents. Each agent has a supply of application forms and will be glad to discuss tree planting with anyone who is in terested. Foresters will be avail able to examine the planting site and demonstrate the proper plant ine methods. "No direct charge is made for the young seedling trees; however the farmer is expected to prepare the soil, plant the trees carefully and protect them from fire and grazing," Graeber said. "White pine, shortlenf pine, black locust, and yellow poplar are the tour species most often planted in Western North Carolina. They are planted 6 feet apart w rows spaced 7 feet, which means that it takes about 1,000 trees to plant an acre." Applications will be considered in the order in which they axe received. Those who get their orders in early will be sure of getting trees. Those who wait until later may be disappointed, Graeber said. Trie IS counties in the Tennes see Valley area are: Avery, Bun combe. Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood. Henderson, Jackson, I Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Swain, I Transylvania, Watauga, tod Yan- cey. I wormy pigs if they are allowed to come to such condition. Next to the inherited factor, feed i for the brood sow will not only determine the number of live pigs she will farrow but also the mortality rate for the first few days. Experiments' have proved that grairo is a, very poor feed for pregnant sows unless it is sup plemented with a protein feed. In one experiment sows were fed corn alone and they did not farrow a live pig. These same sows were bred agains but this time their ra tion consisted of 95 percent corn plus five percent tankage. The sows farrowed twice as many pigs and only 13 percent wefe born dead or died within three days, Corr wheat or barley shotdd be the main portion of the feed, but feed one the following protein feeds: tankage, fish meal, 40 per cent hog feed, feed ?4 pound of one of the above feeds per day or three quarts of skim milk pr day for each sow. A sow should be fed so that she will gain about 75 pounds from the time she is bred until she farrows. A mineral mixture of 2 pounds ground lime stone, 2 pounds bone meal and one pound of salt should be available at all times. A couple of days before arrow ing time reduce the gra:n feed and substitute wheat brain Wheat bran should be fed until three or four days after farrowing. By so doing this, the sow's udder will not become caked and feverish, she will also come to her milk sooner. Gradually increase the sows feed so by ten days she is on full feed. (This is second of a series of three articles by E. J. Whitmire on the raising of pork.) Hoey Favors Amendment For School Board State In an open letter addressed, "To the People ; of North Carolina," Governor Clyde R. Hoey today spoke in favor of the constitu tional amendment for setting up one central state school board. Hoey is honorary chairman of the state committee working in sup port of the amendment on which voters will pass at the November election: The former governor's statement follows : "I am in favor of tlje adoption of the school amend ment. I believe it will result in improved conditions in our educa tional set up and will tend to re lieve the confusion incident ot the division of authority arnqng - dif ferent boards and commissions. "If it should be rejected upon the ground that it does (not go far enough and is not a perfect piece of legislation, that sort of objection could be raised to prac tically every legislative enactment, and we would make very little progress in education or other fields of service if we awaited the presentation of a perfect plan and a legislative act witliout ob jectionable features. "Upon the whole, I regard this measure as a definite improvement over the present system and wel come it as an advance step in the solution of the problem of educa tional control." CLINIC NEWS Junior .Taylor of Pootaina, is a patient here. He was injured at Fontana Dam several days ago and was" transferred from TVA hos pital at Fontana to the Angel Clinic for treatment. Bob Estes of Cullasaja, under went a major operation Thursday and his condition is satisfactory. Miss Clara Alexander of the Buck Creek section underwent a major operation here this past week. Her condition is satisfac tory Mrs. T. H. Eckert ai Gneiss underwent an operation last week. Master Jackie Buchanan of Nor ton, has been critically ill for the past ten days, but has regained consciousness and is on the road to recovery. Willard Elkins of Robbinsville, is under treatment for injuries sustained at Bemis Lumber Co. Seth Patterson of Shooting Creek, underwent an operation last week. Mrs. Homer Woods of High lands had a tonsil operation Wed nesday, returning to her home on Sunday. Her husband, Homer wood who is with the army at Camp Gordon, spent a leave at his home this weekend. Mrs. Dillard Sanders of Pren tice, underwent an operation last week. Mrs. Wiley Smith of Cartooge chaye has been under treatment and has recovered sufficiently to return to her home. Church Services Sunday, October IS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. C. F. Roger 9:45 a.m. Bible school. 11 :00 a.m. Morning worship. 7:00 p.m. B.T.U. 8:00 p.m. Evening worship. ' FRANKLIN METHODIST CHURCH Rev. J. L. Stokes II 10:00 a.m. Church school. 1 :00 a.m. Worship service. 6.00 p.m. Young People's Fel lowship. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Hubert Wardlaw 10 :00 a.m. Sunday school. 11 :00 a.tn. Services. 5 :0bp;nr; Christian Endeavor. ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL Rev. A. Rufus Morgan 10 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. (Morning prayer and sermon. MACON METHODIST CIRCUIT Rev. J. C. Swmim 3rd Sunday: 11 a. m. Asbury. 2 p. m. Mulberry. 3 p. m.-T-Drymans. 7 :30 p. m. Union. FRANKLIN METHODIST CIRCUIT Rev. Philip L. Green 3rd Sunday: 11 a. m. Clark's Chapel. 3 p. m. Louisa. 7 :30 p. m. Bethel. ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC PARISH Rev. A. F. Rohrbacher Waynesville, every Sunday 11 a. m. Bryson City, every 1st Sun., 8 a.m. Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun day 8 a. m. Cherokee,, every 3rd Sunday 8 a. m. Sylva,- every 5th Sunday 8 a. m. CULLASAJA PENTECOSTAL Rev. C. W. Modder, Paster 10 :00 a.m.-Sunday school. 11:15 a.m. Morning worship. 8:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. Mt. Sinai Church, Burningtown 10:00 a.m. Sunday school. 2nd Sunday, 3 p. m. and 8 p. nx 4th Sunday, 3 p. m. SUGARFORK AND NEWMAN'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 3rd Sunday: , 11 a. m. Newman's Chapel. 2.30 p. m. Sugarfork. STATEMENT OF THE OWNER SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCU LATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AND MARCH 3, 1933 Of The Franklin Press And High lands Maconian, published weekly at Franklin, North Carolina for October 1st, 1942 State of North Carolina County of Macon Before me, a Deputy Clerk of Superior Court in and for the State and county aforesaid, per sonally appeared Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson, who, having been duly sworn according to raw, deposes and says that she is the Editor of the Franklin Press and Highlands Maconian and that the following is, to the best of her knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of thte aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above cap tion, required by the Act of Aug ust 24, 1912, as amended by the Act of March 3, 1933, embodied in section 537, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit : 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, manug ing editor, and business managers are: publishers, Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson and W. S. Johnson; ed itor, Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson, Frank lin, North Carolina, Box 350 business manager, Corp. W. S. Johnson, Air Corps, U. S. ' Army, Hqs. Hqs. Sq. 74th Sp. Gp., Luke r leld, Phoenix, Arizona. 2. That the owners ai The Franklin Press and Highlands Maconian are Mrs. J. W. C. John son, franklin, North Carolina; William S. Johnson, U. S. Army Phoenix, Arizona. 3. That the known bondholders, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities are : Bank of Franklin, Franklin, N. C; F. B. Johnson, co Consolidated Airplane Corporation, San Diego, Calif. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and se curity holders as they appear upon the books of the company but al so, in cases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books ai the company as trus tee or in any other fiduciary re lation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain state ments embracing affiant's full knowledge aad belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trus tees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona ficfe owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe, that any other person, association, or cor poration has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities thara as so stated by him. MRS. J. W. C. JOHNSON, Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26 day of September, 1942. LOUISE E. BLAINE, Deputy Clerk Superior Court. EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having qualified as executrix of Albertina Staub, deceased, late of Macon county, N. C, this is to notify all persons haying claims against the estate of said de ceased to exhibit them to the un dersigned on or before the 3rd day of September, 1943, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. All persons in debted tb said estate will please make immediate settlement. This 3rd day of September, 1942. RUTH V. CARTER, Executrix. S10-6tp-O15 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT NOTICE OF SUMMONS and WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT North Carolina Macon County McKesson & Robbins, Inc. vs. Burwell Thornton The defendant above named will take notice that a summons in the above entitled action was issued against said defendant on the 29th day of September, 1942, by the Clerk of Superior Court of Macon County, North Carolina, for the sum of Tvo Hundred and Seventy Six Dollars and Eighty-One Centts ($276.81), due said plaintiff by ac count for merchandise, goods and wares bought and sold, which summons is returnable before said Clerk of Superior Court, at his of fice at Franklin, North Carolina, in said county, on the 5th day of November, 1942. The defendant will also take notice that a War rant of Attachment was issued by said Clerk of Superior Court on the 29th day of September, 1942, against the property of said de fendant, which warrant is return able before the said Clerk of Su perior Court, at the time and place above named for the return of the summons, when and where the defendant is required to ap pear and answer or demur to the complaint, or the relief demanded will be granted. This the 5th day of October, 1942. L. B. LINER, Asst. Gerk Superior Court 08-4tc 029 America's automotive service men are play ing an Important part In Mm nation's war effort. H their job o "save the wtieeti that serve America." The Automotive Mechanic Is the VICTORY SERVICE Help him to help you "SAVE THE WHEELS THAT SERVE AMERICA" by getting m skilled service check-up regularly Take the word ot millions: MORE PEOPLE GO TO CHEVROLET DEALERS FOR SERVICE than to any other dealer organise tion HEADQUARTERS FOR VICTORY SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS BURRELL MOTOR COMPANY Franklin, N C. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Having qualified as admii'istra trix of Sarah F. Bolick, deceased, late Of Macon county, N. C, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 8th day of September, 1943, or thi: notice will be plead in bar of theii recovery. All pejrsons indebted to said estate will please make im mediate settlement. This '3th day of September 1942. Arietta 'Bolick, Administratrix. S10-6tp-Ol: NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION North Carolina Macon County. Fred Tallent vs. . Lona Tallent The defendant, Lona Tallent, will take notice that an action en titled as above has been com menced in the Superior Court of Macon County, North Carolina, for an absolute divorce, and the defendant will further take notice that she is required to appear at the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of said County in the Courthouse in Franklin, North Carolina, on the 14th day of No vember, 1942 and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief therein de manded. This the 21st clay of September, 1942. L. B. LINER, Asst. Clerk Superior Court Macon County, North Carolina. S24 ! -015 QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID Free BookTellsof Home Treatment that Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing Over two million hot t Ins or the WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold for relief of sy nip toms or distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excess Acid Poor Digestion, Sew or Upset Stomach, Gasslness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness, etc., due to Excess Acid. Sold on 15 days' trial! Ask far "Willard's Message" which fully explains this treatment free at PERRY'S DRUG STORE IF YOUR NOSE CLOSES UP" TONIGHT Here's mighty good news ... If your nose "closes up" tonight and makes breathing difficult, put 3 -purpose Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Va-tro-nol does 3 important things. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves tran sient nasal congestion. It brings more comfort, makes breathing easier, thus invites sleep . . . And remember, it helps loer, it neip 0 prevent many colds developing if used in time. Pol. low directions in ... east asms folder. VA-TRO-NOL Saw aY I V )Va MHBBfrM wMk !H OB -JBa Hf P J V'excHexeflen Las H Just how important the auto motive mechanic's work is to the nation will be clear to ail who consider the following fads: O Automobiles and trucks form the sole practicable meant of transpor tation for war workers and war materials in many communities throughout America. O m some sections, 78 to 100 of the workers drive by automobile to vital war plants. 2,314 U. S. cities, with a popu lation of 12,524,000, depend on private cars for transportation; The automotive mechanic the trained Chevrolet Victory Service Man is the lifeguard of America's millions of cars and trucks. Help him to help you and America by getting a skilled service check-up at regular intervals. nh boeW on ntpeffe Highway Deparfssonf NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION North Carolina Macon County Cozy Euzette Smith vs Theodore Smith The defendant, Theodore Smith, will take notice that an action en titled as above has been com menced in the Superior Court of Macon County, North Carolina, for an absolute divorce, and the de fendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the Office of the. Clerk of the Superior Court of said County in the Courthouse in Franklin, North Carolina, on the 25th day of No vember, 1942, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief therein de manded. This the 5th day of September, 1942. L. B. LINER, Asst. Clerk Superior Court Macon County, N. C. 084tc 029 NOTICE OF SALE North Carolina Macau County Pursuant to an order this day entered by the Clerk of the Su perior Court of Macon County, the undersigned Executrix Under the Last Will and Testament of C. S. Bryson, deceased, will at 2:00 P. M. on Tuesday, the 28th day of October, 1942, at the residence of the late C. S. Brysem, sell at pub lic auction to the highest bidder for cash the following described articles of personal property: li mule, 1 cow, 2 dressers, 1 dining room table, 1 kitchen table, 1 center table, 2 bedsteads, 1 kitchei safe, 1 feather bed, 1 pot, 1 oven and lid, 4 pillows, 1 turn ing plough, 1 cultivator, 1 bull tongue plough, 2 hoes, 1 maddock, 2 pitchforks, 1 mowitfig blade, 1 shovel, 1 wash pot, harness, rock hammer, 1 claw hammer, 1 cradle, dishes. This 1st day of October, 1942. CALLIE BRYSON, Administratrix of Estate , of C. S. Bryson, deceased. 08 3tc 022 Beautiful Embossing Imprinted with name only $1.00. 100 printed sheets, 50 printed en velopes (personal stationery) $1.00. Also mamy other styles and prices. See samples! Mrs. W. A. Steele, W. Main St., Franklin, N. C. of Yesterday MAN of Today 54,000 communities depend en tirely on motor vehicles. O Six out of every ten farms use one car or more; 67 of farm car mileage is necessity driving. O More than 65.2 of all war plants reporting in Michigan (a typical war production state) depend on trucks to haul their incoming and outgoing freight. O Trucks haul nearly 100 of the milk supply of most large dries and 58 of all livestock marketed m the U.S. Trucks are the sole transportation system serving our 54,000 com munities not reached by railroads. o

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