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THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1943
THE NEWS . JOURNAL, RAEFORD. N. C.
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ifCOw'-JM KA5ICSH!P AND DISCOURAGEMENT,
CH'STOPMCf? COLOMSUS HELD TO THE STAfc OF
HIS BIUcF. Dy INITIATIVE, SELF-RELIANCE AND
CX'SAC, HE VVCN Hii BATTLE WITH MEN AND
VViTH TriZ ELEMENTS - DISCOVERED THE,
NEVV V.CiLD". ..S' rS &4.Ve 3SC Q'JAUTSr
-r ..:.?.er.A-r ..i. :v.v Th.touGH to
iiv itd'i goodness to them in deliv
ering them from war's destructive
ness, and they would express their
'.latitude in song.
What Were They?
New York, Oct. 3. The man and
! woman Mured hind at e;u'li other. Ki- ;
Daily the Mian hl'arted out "What lire j
' yoa looking iit?" !
'Those ears," exclaimed the wo- !
man. "New I'm sure you're my b;c-
Ihor. I've been wandering all tb.es 1
year.; whole my e'-ild got tlat.-e b:c
That was how Jab.-. Mc'.'o -a ic'v, -!. '
lVntoiivillo. Aik.. termor i'v.i ." I i.r s
ent a war worker in Vnr . Ii1... ,
an, I his sister, Mrs. M lvrarot V.oGo"-
. pui'k I.ane. -17. l'i"r. h r..-.wi:e a," i
Newark, N. .1 , war w orko , m. t ( r t! o
til st time yo.-ti" day Mtv.' la y v e' e
separated in 1!',I1 by the daath o; II clr
the University reported just about ev
erybody in town had space for the cu
State CoUese. Miss. Bn-wme,
grade Jersey Cow, is in quantity pro
Owned by James GrfTin of ('linn
bia. Mi s., a member of the Futinv
I'arme s el' Am nea. Rrownie boa.-'e
the follow ing 'it:d st ti.-ties-
FARM QUESTION BOX
JD W. MITCHELL
Gtnsra Eecfric Station WGY
ist 4, lii:i4,
t. a !"
. ry IS 11). t rll 1 !
. i !' IW!
!, it.- i ,:
Room A- Plenty
Knoxvillo. Tcnn. --'!":
Intel earned the plet: r"
who had just steppe i fr
tiie eau'inis of the I'nivers
nessee with smteases in h
I'aptuin on the I iet.:io
pretty things, alo:-.g with '
s ure prediea i ent eo .1. r.'t
:n this boom city.
Next day Dear
. r two j'.l'.i Ia,
F RM run
A .or 1 !':
Il l s l t : .e
e i t o: e
t e - i'
i a bus onto
s tv o: Tfi
s - .! the
V.'i'h 1 :
..,:: lie. i ;
tt G: e of
;s t'. r::r mrchirery
r l ers a e b iir;
re la 'd than ' r
'g ;ii.i'l''i'i",y at'd
V the be.-'. li.ii. n
r-ntl f -sup-
' S -
Wli.it herbs ean be grown for
S:,e. Ihymr. h:ill mil ,-lilve are
cmtuAti fur nitt folk.
Is it too l ite to set out red
Uiu i-.nl lr;miplnnt from now till
Ihe urnimj Ir.-i-n-. but uprlntt
i.l.iniiitti lit ftciu-rally t-inM'r'
Mav I have some infonn.-ition
on how to build a cold frame
iin.l i he preparation of silo for
11 ill,l your cold frame near cnouiill
in.' Ii.ntc mi vuu tan run lin
iiimI hanis a lii'lil hull. In It lot .-.na
frusi proti'iiit'ii. Ai,le from that,
build a .-hv-h-foot frame of 2-by-
12 ineh pl.iiikn. Bank around it
v. ilh cindom for insulation, and Ufie
nil iiwlie ol and niiied with peat
moss or rleh i-onipost for the soil.
Are chipmunks destructive "n
Thev do a Utile damage, but not
nnu-'h. and are loo pretty to shoot
unless they heroine numerous
cnouiih to be a serious pest.
Whv should tlirce-month-old
chickens lose the use of their
Lett weakness Is not a symptom of
any particular disease but Dierasf
Indicates the bird. ar. too e.k
.l sick to stand. I.r paralys .
r.....V..r is usually due to a u-u.
disease for which cauj. i
remedy has been found. !..- k
' '" ,i ihrea monlhs of a He l
Zuilty ca '-ed b. coccldlosl. and
p." hips some IMIIorum Kern... In
in, o e. about all one can do is to
kill and bury sick birds and prac
tice he best of care and nlt..tlon
.in the rest. If It liV"""' "".3
.."ion. in a flock, the bird, should
he all butchered promptly.
Is it true that wild cherry tree
leaves when dry are poisonous
Wild cherry and choke cherry mrm
,,is,.i ..... toall kinds of Hvcst.H-k.
Vllhouih .lock seldom '-
haves, it Is safer to cut the tree,
What can I plant now on
cleared space to turn under
late this autamn and roaka
better soil next year?
Sow buckwheat or rye and. If
practical, leave it for winter coTwr
and turn It under in the sprin.
What can I use to destroy cab
Arsenate of lead or "l"-?-naie.
lu.t It on the !""'';
one pound to four of hydrates!
lime, as a carrier and preader.
::zz:' 7 cvs pzm-jCGAcy.
K . SCOTT I'OOl.E
Vu: I ;
e yirv; ot
tv .-.re vou
'.he b,-y who
ewa'k. and a
ri'tl ..r.A ,o --e:t 1 Ix";
ho h.. e p...s.l ..w..y
a,:e.i. seme t , t -a e'
your '. Truly. IV. '.:h
side. (-. m the era. 'le
;h - p:
said: "Vothev will not
er , t my bread," and ,
h.er sa:d: "Pon't cry. little !
r bread is good enough with I
matter on ;'.", and the boy 1
itiaw :t, it :s not the loss of :
r that makes me cry: it is ,
si'.ien of the old woman."
S:o: . s used to open m
from a to 7 o'clock. A. M.,
Now. s.tvetimes we think t
owners must be sick. :"..! iiavi
playes to open ap the stares lor the:
i't th.o v.
O:ly 6.1 per cent of those who die
1'ive any estate. In a sense that is
a f. rt.ma'.e thing if an estate is left
the hea's are apt to fa'.l oat over a
div:s.on of it . . . another thing:
"Shroa. s have no pockets".
The Oer -ans evacuate 1 Xarle Fri
day, retreat'i-.g toward R me. Hitler
has instructed h:s itenerals to erect
a bUvd-wal! m no-thern a net central
Italy. The beast. He places ro value
on human l:fe, nor anything else, ex
cept his selfish pride.
The Germans set fire to Naples on
leaving that city, and you may be sure
that beastly act will be charged to
the Allies. However, the inhabitants
of every conquered land rejoice w hen
the Allies win, and these distressed
people are left m the care of Ameri
cans and British soldiers.
Yo.i can let a little sunshine in
every day of year lite, if you love
your neighbor as yourself. And.
strutting through this life, ignoring
, better f Iks than you are is a waste
i of your life. "Low. on a narrow
j neck of land I stand; 'twixt two un
bounded seas I stand; yet how insensible.
name is to be chosen above
es. but to possess both is
more fortunate. While I live, and af
Farming has improved a great deal
since I came to Kaeford to live, and
recently I rocie over one of Hoke's
best farms, and two bales ef cotton
per acre and 50 bushels of corn, and
$100 wo-th of peanuts look good to
me. Such crops are to be found on
a number of Hoke farms.
dead. I hone none will re-1 Some sandhill land is of high
me as a scapegrace, nor a 1 grade. After the pine timber was
nar any kind of a son-of-a- , cat off the sandhill, these lands were
I c nsidered worthless by many; how-
ever, it is a fact, good yields of all
hae c.r;se to be proud and crops are harvested on sandh.ll
that I a"' an American Git: fa-ms. Tobacco grown on these
e o. rt:c :l arlv a North Gar- s..r.dhill is of high grade, and the
ir'.l ..bo, e . '.I taa; I am a peach, s are parexceller.t.
' t er t' a ea..aty called
c i: : v -i ii-e was left oat
They clo not t ike the recui-ed in- j
terest in it. but Kaefard has a nam- I
ber of fine singers people who have
excellent voices, and this writer
t!ie whole community w.'uld recogii-
Vc Bsn't Have Any
t.'rv.s which .irv y.iX as hard t jrot. in
vou !uvt boon a.sking about ft ora time
Coleman Gas Lantern
Electrtc Cords, Asst.
Complete Line of Paints
DIXIE PA11IT & HARDWARE CO.
V.V I'.ivo it. Car. ct it. Or it '..r.'t trade
109 Gilli-ri- J"t-
Much of the electricity use'd in the Carolinas
comes from hydro-electric generating plants. How can smaller use of
; -ve fuel, transportation, equipment and materials?
flllUllsLlli Reduced use of electricity,
is desired even in areas where the electric power
supply comes from hydro-electric plants. Elec
tricity not used in these areas can be sent over
the wires to areas where fuel and transportation
problems are most critical, so
DON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY,
si i i van I i rvvi - ' aw- er".
'Conservation of fuel, manpower, equipment and materials is a 'must'
for the United States if we are to achieve the maximum war produc
tion every American wants,"
HAROLD L. 1CKES
JOSEPH B. EASTMAN
DONALD M. NELSON
nvrry to use...hohe to uasts
CAROLINA Wm m LIGHT COMPANY
COOPERATING WITH THE NATIONWIDE CONSERVATION PROGRAM