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THUKSDAY, TOEMBER!2S. 1931
; uMart Open Dec.9i Into Fcrfflizer
)ate Might be Postponed
-iinless Farmers have Sain.
Tobacco ' To Brittle To
Haywood County farmers will be
terested to kasw that letjjEcT 9
sieea set as the opening date for
et tobacco warefcpuses in Afhvsville.
$$-iates were fii d at a conference
latarefcouse omejijls and repreae.nta
fescOfTThe AmerVan Tobacco com
$pyaa.nd the R. J.'iJteynolds Tobacco
topAjy. 7 Tobacco fln are enifl'sias-
Covr-he prospeets for this season
Jobajjpo men poind out Que the
?JiMwVof the weatbtr and tke -weed
nii eVietn the epenii.g of the max?
.TjJlsuaIly dry gather in this
tionjyy made the tobacco extmnei
jfoffttle nd . unless it . rains hefor
fmk ; it is poeail le that the
jniflf':;wijl be postpd because
JiMn of nhe fragile ;)eaf would
aM for $he opening of other
Jjr; 'tobacco markets t&roughout
jeantry havtilso been i;nonnced..
ftwmfket at lUxington, iKy., the
Wt id the "test burley market
ipea ha the country will b?gin op
Sons Monday, IV- 7, the anarket
jtreenville, Tenn will get under.
Tuesday, Dec. X. and the Ashe
.market is scheduled to open Wed
tay, Dec. 9.
ie Carolina warehouse, which was
d last year, was the first to
o warehouse to be operate jn
rrille for a number of year. I
nfler the management of H. U.
iders. The Banner warehouse on
letOIl avenue is a new venture
will open fur the first time this
: la rnaaj cities and towns through
qpi the fjoaiitryithere is u conrr.enda-W-
movement on. -foot to .'. uft y with
th- old method. :'if dtspue'ntr -of ihe
leaves wtoteii w lawjf .findaxrdens
faring tine ilaJU.
; 3 he cctoraarj-t -i)raeiii?iii t i timing
ermines a wickw smik luabance
-)!S h is ulyvxtdj.'i by eras the west
fiuftmindud .citizen Ofi;u therf'aves
itreaaked ante thastreet fUKtersjo be
iQCDt'd. White ifcbi is a .asotably
safe place mm sine stanipotta of
fire hazard, it may be quia rioatruc-
ItA'O; " the javemtt, EptK.'icil?j i-
this ttue if .tin- st?'t is jiaredwitb
crafiiifti stono bound; togetlmr with a
tar or aspbailt material TW dam
age ir .'idemcBtti an:Ja4er momilltp .by. a
frumbJfc'g or .dwinttsratioffl of rtfhe
A nfflul meChod 'Of lispcwal w'tijtb
is meeting with .dimoeti universal apt
pixival ih- to eoipuHt leave Th?
is easDy done liy Jii"g alternate
layers ol leaves ijd , dirt oce :he
ground ti in a ruugh-Hwapden tw t
sti table S7.e.
L woodpecker perks .a grant many
Q)f sawdusi while huiliing hif- thut :
31 works lite a joiggar .to mak hu
Jfsndet sore when hissitter-.ipirt
He foiila with m plans .oj ciieap.i rti
Jtit oco thing vtais he rightly w.:.;;
TEhe wholi excavAtioj has this cxt!--matici(,
fit- builds it bjr using hi? head." '
J M- . 3iunisilj of Croase, licicolniCogburn's! fine to a pine stump
;i-ousr- produced 4o ba f .sitUyii;-lJil,lce cuwunuimr wit b Mrs. Cos-
,on 55 jKesrf land this seas ui. oi ucs- Jlu nun. t.
iu a wjuue oaK HUIup in t.
uuuw; TniiBw.(io-n sa id hollow and
tuvinch as p-r Terrell 'V survey a'
JaUows : S. i (leg, 45 win. V C y
puJes; S. IS 4eg. K. 8 pots; g 3 (i i
.'U mi a. r-. poles : S. IS deir
. ........ . xj.vi, o. o aeg. i; miI,
t. .56 jwles; S. U deg.. M niin. 1
P; S.. 10 deg. iUVaiin. .2. 8 ples tc
x igeim .siver; ijjuuvi? sa .lie i ourst
u. eeiuer oi sju Kjver; thent uj
i .in- knurr .n .vaiu raier no tho UF
! IIIVVHI' ... J
uries, .more- .or iesp.
J. fi. NEW TON
Ynur insurance Mao
Fr ii.ll Jcnds of Insuraof
.'WayorwiUe Insurance Agency
Over lit' .JSountaineer oilk'
re 106, Record t rwi"
jierpaospibaite and 1 part ammonJa
ulpte .b the maw.. Ceiinuo .in ,
tliis mianwr until .U .the kave? ,;mdj
dehiis .aresmsed. j
EaiVy Ht..the spring oiie pikv ov ma-j
trial houtr be forked over ati'l afj
that .tune little bow of ttfce. iHue- j
rttkospke -BtBDionai sulphatej
m;xiaua may De aueo itoe ma
teriak, vhiti. are pjw.ari.bk' t gar
flen sunply tre, iiastion the otfing
pjoceas .wid iJd to the fartbiliaMtpYal
ue of Vat detinpoed buim. Jbiring
TV. J. MASON'S YCA PEL--LA(iKA
(Manufactun'd at Hazehvood,
A tonic, proiiably the besi
kiioa-n that if proving good.
.For sale at RoUeit Teague's
J. B. KREE. iole Agent
the snrawr Ifcp com post nay be lused
Brfare -covering chon the IWn, i flower bHfe, ;und
urday Night Bath
'or Automobile Radiators
oked. with rust and sediment
nobile radiators have a hard
doing an -effU'ient job of Oolin
:joi.uf. - uoinng automohiie ra-
r.'-Is very often the symptom .of
resence of dirt and rust.
iu, iiieniiH'rs ot tne au-
ile, fraternity are guarding
St choked and boiling radiators
iating rust and sediment by the
e-method ot flushing the radia-
with a solution of ordinary
, - . : j-..-:; . .
regular "Saturday night bath"
Dorax for your automobile rad-
will cut down your repair bills
3rvent unnecessary delays on
oad on account' -.-of WifJiator
fand" overheated motors.
sWrain 'the radiaror. Fill-a two
bucket with warm water and
one-half pound of borax in
iter. Pour this solution into the
or and fill up with clear water,
the motor for a few minutes
it has warmed up and the so
has circulated through the
f' system. Then drain and if
iter is very rusty or dirty, re
h flushing with another borax
n( When the radiator drains
fill up with fresh water.
:eep the radiator free from rust
uek before it has a chance to
?ive the radiator a borax bath,
week or at regular intervals
Ijty work Is confining,
d often I eat hurriedly,
using me to have Indu
ction. Gas will form
d I will smother and
Te pains in my chest.
'I had to be careful
iat I ate, but after
meone had recom
i I found a small
ten after meals was so
ipful, I soon was eat
; anything I wanted.
'Now when I feel the
st smothering or un
nfortable bloating, I
:e a pinch of Black
lught and get relief."
Lyde Vaughn. 10 Snippy St.
enville, S. C. '
old in 254 packages. ,.1T,
EN who r nia-down, ner
or suffer every month, should
MuL UM for err tS rr.
isi-er of aye wiisk dirj prefl3 a'
tHin coating of a sn'xture compaeed
tnf2 parts -iiydratej 'Bme, "2 parts u-
hrub, ;., fVfnishing the eoil w ith
the much' wee'4frl ad hipMy valued
XOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Wednesday, December 23, 1931.
Hi eleven o'clock, A. M- at the court
house door in the town of Waynes
ville, North CaroJina, 1 will sell at
public outcry to ttnf highest bidder
for ,cash the follotjg lands and
presjuses, lying and buring in Haywood
Comity, North Carolina, and more
particularly described an JcJlows:
:BQHINNING at the center of Pig
troni the foregoing ji excepted anc
not included U) be voweyetl, 29 acre1
c, i.. r..
diiiut' yursuHuj jtf tiie power
iiiNieireii .u)i)ii uie oy a ,dtVI of trust
KH'" iver. Jinn runt, wuh Sophia
Ctwan line of lot No. 3, o.f Ihe W P
Ford lands two calls.- N" A ,ior ' -u
min W. S)0 Holes with old marked lint
10 a fctaKe m thv oouth Mde of an ole
road;, thence V. 49 deg. W. poles
to . ine, cornn'r of lot No. 1" '
rorq wpu; tnence with Inu of fnid
lot, iour calls .as tolkiws: N 8
"eg. xi..i polos to -o--k on top ol
....f,v, ytfc. mm. n .
polos to larg white oak. old rir
ner; S, 71 deg. 40 win. W. 54.8 noi
crossing smJl branch to a stake m.hi
two large maples; N. 64 deg. 50 min
W. 18 pole to a stake nd sourwooo
pointers in Bobilnson's lino: then
wnn Kobinson s line, thrtw calls
vshl) CARS FOR
Cash or Terms;
1924 model .. $12r
1 IT,, J . 10
; yolct 'ruck
1-2 ton 1929.. $175
roilows: b. Tl deg, 4ft mln, W. 14
poles to R stake: N. 78 deu- W T (
poles to a stake ; S. 35 dee. 30 m K
71.8 poles, passing Robinson's cornei ,
at the branch and with Mrs- G. A
n. Merr C
tor. E. nr,A TU-iJV.: e
" exchange $6500.00 equity beauti-,-ful
Jacksonville, Fla. home, fr co
Ke in North r,i:. ...
19, Vox 1080 Miami, Fla.
J J t : w-! a
I ' it AA, Xt,,M: : ;,i I
i T r ' .Wtfi- . v I
I I I JT ' w ' s
f' a j
(Camels mne meweu jpwirellaed onu tdpmsiteall
lUlAVE you noticed the new trend in cigarettes?
freshness is the popular thing.
That's because a fresh cigarette, as demonstrated
by Camels, is something smokers have discovered as
better than anything they ever tried before.
Camels are fresh in the Camel Humidor Pack be
cause they're made fresh to start with blended of
choice, delicately mild, sun-ripened tobaccos in which
the natural moisture and fragrant flavors arc vigi
The tobaccos in Camels are never parched or toasted
the Reynolds method of scientifically applying heat
guarantees against that.
That's why we say with so much assurance that
Camels are truly fresh. They're made fresh - not
parched or toasted and then they're kept fresh in
the Camel Humidor Pack.
Try Camels' freshness for a change. Switch over
for just one day, then change hack if you can.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, IFimton.Salem, N. C.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company's CoasUo-Coast Radio Programs
Camel quabteb hour, Morton Downey,
lony wons, and Lamel Orchestra, direc
tion Jacaues Renard.
Sunday, Columbia Broadcasting System I
See radio page of local newspaper for time
PRINCE ALBERT QUABTER HOUR, Alice Joy,
"Old Hunch," and Prince Albert Orchestra,
direction Paul Van Loan, every night ex
cept Sunday, N. B. C. Red Network
Made Fit ES IV Kept FRESH
Don't remove the moisture-proof tcrapping from your package of Camels
after you open it. The Camel Humidor Pack is protection against per
fume and powder odors, dust and germs. In offices and homes, even in the
dry atmosphere of artificial heat, the Camel Humidor Pack delivers
frh Camels and keeps them right until the tost one has been smoked
19)1. a. J. Re7B.14 ToktM Cwnpivr