THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1939 THE FRANKLIN PkESS AND THE HIGH LAND 3 MACONIAN PACE FIVE HtMaWafeaW Rowell Gives Control For Weevils In Wheat Practical control of grain, weevils in stored wheat can be obtained readily and inexpensively through the use of carbon disulphide, ad vises J. O. Rowell, entomologist of the State college extension ser vice. Before the grain ,is stored, the bins should be cleaned thoroughly, accumulations of all '. old grain re moved, and the woodwofk treated with any odorless, tasteless, water white, petroleum similar to that contained in commercial fly sprays. ' Walls and floors should be sprayed thoroughly with this substance, The accumulations of old grain and floor sweepings from the previous crop should be burned, or, if it is to be used as feed, the grain should be treated with car bon disulphide. Sweepings may be placed in a tight bin or barrel and the chem ical poured" directly over it, using the fluid at the rate of about three-fourths of a pint to a barrel of the sweepings. The container should be covered immediately with a double thickness of wrapping paper and tied securely around the top. In order that the fumes may penetrate thoroughly, the contain er should, be left sealed for at least 24 hours. New grain may be treated in the same way. However, Kowell warned, carbon disulphide is highly inflammable and should.be used with extreme care. Fire of any kind, excessive heat, or frictional or static elec tricity should not be allowed near, the containers being fumigated with this chemical. ..Although carbon disulphide has a repulsive odor, it will not linger on the treated grain after the wheat is aired. Since the gas it forms is heavier than . air, it can te poured directly on top of the grain, and the fumes will penetrate to the bottom of the bin. Loyal Order of Moose Franklin Lodge No. 452 Meets In American Legion Hall Second and Fourth Thursday Nights 8:00 O'CLOCK Billy Bryson, Secretary CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT Funeral Benefit Insurance Costs Are Surprisingly Small Rates From 2c Month Up According To Age Benefits are Provided in the Amount of $100 for Persons Over 10 Years of Age and in the Amount of $50 for Per sons Under 10 Years of Age. Bryant Burial Ass'n. Franklin, N. C ' CAGLE'S CAFE GRDE WE SPECIALIZE IN Steaks, Chops, Fried Chicken and Fish Let Us Help You With That Hurried Meal or Picnic Lunch Try Our Cold Drinks After the Ball Game or Show A. G. CAGLE, Owner FRANKLIN, N. C. WOMACK'S SERVICE STATION On Atlanta Highway Washing Polishing Expert Lubrication Pfcona 1904 Franklin, N. C TO Unquestioned. Quality State College Answers Timely Farm Questions Q. How can 1 tell if my dairy cow is getting isufficient feed for maximum production? A. Feed the animal all , the roughage, including hay and sil age, she will consume ' and then gradually increase the grain ration. Check the milk sheets carefully each day and, if milk production increases with the increase in grain, continue to increase the grain un til the milk production ceases to be profitable. The grain ration is fed in proportion to the milk pro duction and if no increase is made with the increase in grain fed then the original ieeding was sufficient and should be continued on that basis. Q. When should fall gardens be planted? A. '1 his depends upon the hardi ness of the different vegetables and upon tnc time required for maturity. Tender vegetables should be planted in lime to produce a crop before" killing frosts occur. Many of the cool-season crops will grow and mature a, crop through light frosts, but they should be planted in time to ma ture before the hard frosts occur. A planting table is given 'in -Extension Circular 122, "The Farm and Home Garden Manual'' and copies may be secured free upon application to the Agricultural fc.cut6r, State College. Q. Does moist mash have any effect upon egg production? A. Yes, moist mash will hasten egg production in the fall when fed to late-hatched pullets and will also keep up production in laying hens from June until October. The best time to feed this mash is at 2 p. m. each day. Three pounds of the regular hying mash moistened with hot water or milk, preferably milk, for each 100 birds will give excellent- results. This mash in creases the animal protein con sumption and produces an appetiz ing effect upon the birds at a time when production is subnormal. DAMAGE A recent rain and wind storm did considerable damage to Anson county crops, blowing down young corn and inflicting seqous injury to other crops, reports Assistant Farm Agent Clarence Early. LEGAL ADVERTISING Macon. BEGINNING at a mountain oak at 6th corner of J. M. Lyle Grant No.' 3023 and Southeast corner of a 40-acre tract known as the Bulgin tract ; runs thence S 4.5 E 2$ poles to a stake and pointers; then S 60 W 125 poles to a stake in the line of the Lyle Grant No. 3023'; then with that line N 27 E 60 poles to a large mountain oak North of the cabin; thence N 44 W 10J4 poles to a maple at the spring; then S 70 W 30J4 poles to a mountain oak at the upper side of the road; then N 20 W 70 poles to a stake and pointers, . corner of Macon Lumber Company land; then with the Ma con Lumber Company line N 70 E 80 poles to a stake and pointers, a Macon Lumber Company corner; then S 20 E 80 poles to the BE GINNING. Containing 50 acres, more or less. This, the 10th day of July, 1939. K. S. JONES, ' ' i Commissioner. J 13-4 tc A3 LEGAL ADVERTISING NOTICE OF SALE North Carolina Macon County In the Superior Court Before the Clerk Tilda Wood, et al ! ' vs. C. A. Shields, et al By virtue of the power of sale vested in me by a decree of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Macon County in the above' entitl ed action entered on the 29th day of May, 1939, I will, on Monday the 31st day of July, 1939, at 12:00 noon, sell at the Court House door in Franklin, North Carolina, the mineral interests and mining privi leges in the lands hereinafter de scribed, at public auction to the highes bidder for cash: Beginning on a 12 inch hemlock on a small island in Choga Creek 2250 feet, more or less, below the mouth of Laurel Branch, a corner to the N. C. Hay tract, and runs LEGAL ADVERTISING with the N. C. Hay tract, eight courses as follows : S 2-30 W 1397 feet to a pipe replacing a white oak; S 0-37 W 188 feet to a pipe on a ridge; S 34-38 E 118 feet to a pipe on the ridge; S 1-08 E 101 feet to a pipe on the ridge ; S 24-14 W 231 feet to a pipe on the ridge; S 19-10 W 125 feet to a pipe on the ridge ; S 6-28 E 249 feet to a pipe on the ridge; S 24-09 E 93 feet to a 12-inch hickory, a corner to the U. S. Government tract; thence with the line of the U. S. Government tract,, ten courses as follows: S 14-02 W'8. fefct to a pipe on top of the ridge; S 87-27 W 203 feet to a pipe on the ridge; S 81-42. W 228 feet to a pipe on the ridge; N 87-54 W 136 feet to a pipe on the ridge; S 71-41 W .150 feet to a pipe on the ridge ; N 69-20 W 130 feet to a pipe on the ridge; N 59-36 W 174 feet lo a . pipe on the ridge ; N 59-32 W 369 feet to a pipe replacing a hickory; N 3-12 E 751 feet to a 24-inch white oak; N 3-48 E 887 LEGAL ADVERTISING feet to a rock on the north bank of Choga Creek, passing a corner of U. S. A. at 256 feet; thence to the center or thread of Choga Creek; thence down stream with the center or thread of Choga Creek to a point opposite the be ginning; thence to the beginning. Containing 68.7 acres, more or less. A cash deposit of 20 per cent of the amount of the bid will be required from the last and highest bidder to guarantee good faith upon the part of such bidder and notice is hereby given that if such deposit is not made, the same land and property will be sold at the same place at 2:00 p. m. of the same day. Such deposit, if the sale be confirmed, will be credited as a part of the purchase price, and if the said ' sale is not confirmed, the deposit will be refunded to the maker thereot.' This 30th day of June, 1939. GILMER A. JONES. Commissioner. If, 4t,-T?7 J" J-' WAGES Wage rates to agricultural work ers increased slightly less than usual during the April-June quar ter of this year, and the July wage index was the lowest for the month in three years. . I M V SI I I J. s X , I -V .'0 LEGAL ADVERTISING Well Informed people give lliouglit (ul conilJerollori to llie quality et funeral service that I to crass the tlirnhuldi of tlielr homes. In our mortuary, an eipr-rlenceJ ilnff. trained In llie ways ol human helpfulness, minister to every wUh and need of bereaved families. Suck services of hlli excellence need cost no more than funerals erroneously believed lo be less expensive. PHONE 106 NIGHT PHONE 20 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administrator of Geo. W. Ledford, 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 25th day of July, 1940, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. -All per sons indebted to said estate will please make immediate settlement. This 25th day of July, 1939. J. W. ROANE, Administrator J27 6tp A3l ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as administrator of S. A. Angel, deceased, late of Macon county, N. C, this is to notify all persons having claims against the state of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before the 24th day of June, 1940, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. AH persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate settlement. This 24th day of June, 1939. J. J. MANN, Administrator. J29-6tp A3 EXECUTRIX NOTICE Having Qualified as executrix of Phcbe Crisp, deceased, late of Ma con county, N. U, tins is to nomy all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to ex hibit them to the undersigned on or before the 28th day of June, 1940, or this notice will be pieaa in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate settlement. This 27th day of June, 19JV. NANNIE ROGERS, Executrix. J296tp A3 , ' NOTICE OF SALE SUU of North Carolina, County Kf Macon. Macon County, Plaintiff vs. General Mineral Company, a Mary land Corporation, Defendants. Under and by virtue of a decree of the Superior Court of Macon County entered in the above entitl ed action on the 10th day of July, 1939, the undersigned Commissioner will on the 14th day of August, 1939, at 12 o'clock, noon, at the Courthouse door in Macon County, North Carolina, sell to the highest bidder for cash the following de scribed real estate: In Cartoogechaye Township: Being all the mica and mica min ing privileges in, upon and under the following described tract or parcel of land in th Count of K)r. M H II Vll O. or a I -V ft ft' l4J - T7 A Kr" 1 AM V 0 jaaWkj. .att. jdaVK A Iff HERE'S the outstanding tire Talue for QUALITY tJNIJUKAiNLx MIUiaujs ana ECONOMY. Here's a tire known everywhere for its -fuperiority in VALUE and SERVICE. - TENS OF MILLIONS of these High Quality High Speed Tires have been sold.. The enviable reputation of Firestone was built with this marvelous tire! trr' tire known for vears to very car owner as the MASTERPIECE A OF TIRE COJNbiKUL,llUll. 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