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RSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1938
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(.9 AS HE SEES THE
HUMAN SIDE 0' LIFE
. v w to hold up the Rev.
'E'Ui'iences on The Cow
...i ',!t,x wk. an' sandwitch
-cazc this won t wate.
I've bin on 2 farm
K an- 1 home comin'
VVU. why I jist had
-i ' tVi Vm on
f;'iiT water shed tour; but
1 all Vent
y " .To A s
. rani: it se- -
. .v,. mm- wav an' gives him
t.,, stid ' spring water. Big
tV Mcdf-rd sez that it Joe A.
mere o tnat creeic wwi
,.;' to niase a rauMi uui
r ;ht talk by jur. vnc "
iim Bradshaw's dancin', well
t uii to par, considerin' that he
, .. , , ,-' ,.n a full stumick.
i u.i. cnmn in
The freli "wn u"" 7
Fiank Uavis, """""i
Then what do ye think?
Why, to cap the stack
"A-yuh hew-haw hew-haw,1.
Went Palmer's ol' jack.
John Rogers's mule colt seemed to
be the prize tighter, well as the prize
Jimmy Explains His Income
At lunch wuz when the jack looked
in at the winder an' laffed the loudest,
seein' all us kuntry men with them
little sinthetick plates, an' tiyin' to
hannel sinthe tick cups, forks an"
Now, as to hoo rung that bell.
Unkle Abe an' Frank Davis will tell
Mr. Smithwick pervided he'll prom
ise us he'll be more kerful how he
picks hiz substi-(toots) next time.
MaiiK iwn', ..v,...., ... . . .. ... .-..uu
"W,W the av they feed ever day nick at Bethel Uncle Abe spent
1-r R,-p..rhun he meens, o kource. , . t injovabtl, tinu.s uv hi.
o' the moast injoyable times uv hiz life
yes sir-ee! I want to tell you that
President McClure an' hiz boys do
things up brown.
They had 5 or G feasts over thai :
Furst, they fed us on the best uv
string muzick in the nioinin'; then
,ui:ty wide farm tour took in
Tr-t Kmon-strashun larms
heded up at the new Crab- -
leieu uy a nuiiioious an witty wto
by Dr. Daniel that took us up to the
noon 'our. Fruni about 1'2:!i0 to 12:30
they fed us on water niillyuns an'
lemonade all we cood eat an' drink,
husban' callin' kontests, jumpiir,
foot, latin' & so fourth.
Dr Daniel told so meiiny good jokes
that a feller didn't get throo latlin' at
one 'fore he told another!!
"See that man over thar what hold-
mtwd ft 1 f fte
Walter Davenport and Jimmy Roosevelt
Replying to a recent article In a national magazine which state.)
that James Roosevelt, eldest son of the president, had built up
large tortune in insurance business since his father took oilicc,
Jimmy confers with Walter Davenport, left, editor of another na
tional magazine on a forthcoming article telling his side of the story
mouth oap'm an ivddy all the time.
li.itT -;kool house. Unkle
, .jit to see all the pro-
111 ht the Editur tell 'bout
lid want to say sump'm 'bout
.1 1 U,,,,,. Vi,f
t at Hie sioui in'no.-, uv...
i fu f"ai th.
I vn't no thai' wuz so meiiny mule
,;;: tinwhii' in hu kuntry, not eab'm
r Mis-uury; an' they wuz good
mi, irize mules
Fit what tickled an' intrusted the i hiz mouth oap'm all the time, Unkl.'
..iiitni moast wuz when them thar I Abe? axt Mr. O bnan; "whii duz he
got to fightin' an' the ol' j do that fur?"
arcs ivm.iiienci ' tiiekerin' while the' "Why, he kaint keep up with hiz
idges wuz tiyiti' to judge 'em- laftin'," sez 1, "onless he holds hiz
)IAPLE LOGS, Hard and Soft.
Also Birch, Bass, Ash, Cherry, Walnut,
Butternut and Bellwood.
DELIVERED TO OUR MILL AT LAKE JUNALl'SKA
For Price and Specifications Call
IL L. Liner
C'i'.ttaloochee brawt baik id' mc v. -rys
. . uv the time when me a:i' S'i.c;.
tor John Queen yooce to tticn tin
Li,t ,,v, i th:,r f i):tvs; mil uv the wttK.
hold lam ly piairs, -make tlu begin-1 Numerous Demonstrations Visit
Iron Duff Water
shed Farm Tour
Held Last Week
growth and better stand where lime
Twin Maple Farm owned by Gay
Chambers was the next stop, where
:i demonstration in growth of grasses
and legumes following the applica
tion of lime was seen. The check plot
showed very little ltgume growth
where the lime acta showed an ex
cellent growth of red clover and les
pedeza. After this demonstration was
seen Mr. Chambers spread some lime
with a Littc Giant Spreader showing
how it should be done.
At the farm of L. H. Brown a good
demonstration in the use of lime was
seen showing results similar to those
observed at Mrs. Davis' and Guy
Chambers' farms. At this stop Ernest
Nutting, Junior TV A Forester, from
AsheviUe, joined the group and made
an interesting discussion of forestry
plantings. This talk was made at ;
locust planting demonstration put on
by Mr. Brown last spring.
The motorcade wen; to l"ie school
whore a picnic lunch was spread.
Suing music and clog dancing was
enjoyed during the i t creation period.
Over SO persons were at the school
building for the program which was
in charge of Jarvis Chambers who is
the area demonstration chairman.
Several out of the township visit
ors were recognized. Some contrib
uted to the program with short talks.
.1. F. Criswell, extension farm inan
agimer.t specialist from State College,
made the principal talk, and discussed
, "'Seeing Ourselves as Farmer as
Others See Us." The fact t&aX cash
crop fanning tends to deereaii- witM
est in soil conservation ami faxrail
farm up-kei p was brought ou.4 fanci
fully. The tour continued to ('. I. ('
ford's where an excellent at atari f
crimson clover resulted troni u:r wst
of lime applitd this sprit-:. The
crimson clover is m corn pLuricd ui
tht limed area.
At F. D. Hradshaw's the tiw !(
ped to observe a bai n staining tkfiwfi
stration. Burned motor oil arxf -
' tar coloring were mixed anil sprnj'wl
'on the bain. Mr. Bradshaw's liousie is
stained w ith a similar solut K. fjjrli
was applied with n brush.
! The next stop was at the farm ef
Mrs. Z. 0. Davis. A good iTeAJ f
' alfalfa was inspected. Two cult.oijrK
of hay have already been made nrxi a
I third is well on its wav
The last stop was at tfV ttRi of"
Mrs. K. W. W hite. This stop HnvwI
the use of ornamental shrobn, H''rr;,
ami a lawn to aid the home btaucitr-
' cation. After a discussion of ftonw
beautilication by Miss Jla,y I?.
Smith, home agei:t, the fjioui,!
While North Carolina lm xn.y f.
000 acres of buckwheat, th fe.te
ranks Htli in the production ff tkis
crop, reports the N. C tfart-Tnewt
mil (an the eiiuin ) at the taolt,
ackt as shapa-roons, to tlitn kalky
lashuns in "i ethnn ticK, tot cli a clas
in S. S., help salt the cattle an' oti.ti.
things- all ter il2.r. UU. a month. , They
cckpected a teller to be rehgus bacK
in them days it' lie tawt skool if he
wuzn't ho hatl to preten' to be,"
As 1 iliiv 'round thelii turns yister-
day lhar's 10,000 by ackshal count, J
I told niy.fo.kes 1 woddn't travel thai
road aig-in twice a month l'er !fl2;).00,
inutch less do all tlie aboe.
eu iy i aruu'is And Farm
Womt'n In Iron Duff
Last Wednesday the lion lHiti' aron
demonstration farm tour began a!
the Iron DutT school building. Tht
first stop was a patch of tobacco tli-
But I want to tell you they hatl a
nice, sober time over thar at Home
Comin '--an' goutiness what a feed!
But everybotliiy no.e that Cattalloo
chee fokes air fayniuse l'er their hoss
pitality, er sump'm.
Another nice thing 'bout the ocka
sion wuz that they didn't have enirv
long, drawn out speeches or sermints;
the talks averaged about 0 minets
eachr Jonathan Woody saw to it that
they didn't cckscod li or 1(1 minets.
1 want to say in this koiinect ion, -Mi.
Editur, that the Demyerat party , up
here in theze mountains ' will 'hafT to
behintl t he
produce sum better, BKIKFEK-speck
ers oror. the kuniry's a-goin' rati-'jerop of bt'ans is being harvested'' I'm
ed by Fred Feigustm. This tobacco
hail -attained an unusually good
The next stop was at Joe A- Cham
bers' who hatl -'installed a hydraulic
ram. This ram was pumping spring
water to the house and using the
branch water for the pumping force.
-From Mr. Chambers' demonstration
the tour progressed to the farm of W.
C. Welch, who hits recently construct
ed a milking barn which passes grade
"A'' inspection. A bain of this type
is suitable for a small dairyman.
The next stop was at the farm of
Mrs, J. S. Davis. At this stop the
group was show n an excellent pure
bred Hereford bull calf owned by
Frank M. Davis. Then a snap bean
patch was observed from which a tine
Nex wk. 1' U take up Bro. Bumgaitl
aig-iir rite whar we It ft uu last
wk. oh the Cow I'achur Siikit.
More than 10,000 crows were 'killed
recently when the state fish anil game
department boomed a roost i'l the
northwestern jiart of Okfuskee county,
Waynesville Art Gallery
Merchandise From All Parts Of The World, For
The Home Beautiful
LOCATED IN CITIZENS BANK BUILDING
the local cannery. An outstoiiilin','
ilemonstration in the use of lime ml
legumes was seen. The red clow r
and lespi-ileza showed much mof-
This ancient disease, while not i'onqnrrrd by tiny
means. Is less a menace now mat ""
health authorities understand how o IirIH II
Sunli t ferer Is primarily a 'contact" disease,
contracted from direct contact, or contaclinii
. rr,,n. nt; thrnui nr fnTK of file nallent
ftrtiiui ,., - ,
Contrary to common belief, the first days are the ntosl on-
laglous in .vcorcTcr.
One to ten years are the most susceptible, but adults arr not
entirely 'Immune First symptoms are fever, severe Kin
throat, often a chill followed by more definite symptoms.
1. Child with rnlnrftrd ot Inlecteil ttsil nd denltl i tnmt l ii
contract Scatlft Kvr.
2. Kep your child out of school or any home where there to Scttrle
.V- Protect your child. If there are caket In choot.
4 Keep your child at home and cumuli physlrlun, if he hat wre lhro
!l lly all nienn Merlliie everything the patient hu contorted ltei
caw ol Starlet lever.
Tins is ,V. :12 it St rits "Titliuii tin- Public Abuiil Ihr Diirlur
I It 1
"Sure we do... and it's
better business, too"
When you drink Beer
tavern . choose your tavern
WHEN YOU restrict your patronage to legal,
respectable retail outlets, you not only en
courage those better outlets but you've made
a start toward driving out the bad spots
in your community.
And that is exactly the aim of the great
'-, body of honest retailers of beer who, along
with the brewers, recognize that Beer's
only problem is to remove the anti-social
conditions that sometimes surround its sale.
Existing laws can curb these evils. Help
us by demanding theif strict enforcement!
Sales to minors, or after legal hours . . .or use
of a beer license as a screen, for selling illicit
liquor or for operating an illicit resort . . .
all these are violations of the law and should
be stopped. Public opinion, once aroused,
can see that such practices are stopped !
UNITED BREWERS INDUSTRIAL FOUNDATION
21 East 40th Street New York, N. Y.
Correspondence is invited from groups and in
dividuals everywhere who are interested in the
brewing industry and its social responsibilities.
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