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I1IURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1931
ash Crop Farming
Faces A Sad Future
The outlook iot cotton, tobacco,
anuts," early Irish potatoes, and
rn for grain is unfavorable for the
ar 1932; but, .the prospects for fair
ices for peaches, strawberries, poul
r and livestock is good if too much
oanshm is not made. I
'After studying the mass of data
emulated by the United' States
partment of Agr iculture and dis
sed at a gathering of southern
nomiste and agricultural workers
Memphis, Tennessee, "lately, we
convinced that North Carolina
mars, must plan to reduce their
:on and tobacco acreage next
sony and plan to further live at
e 'juntil all home needs are met,"
s Dean I. 0. Schaub, director of
icultiiral extension at State Col
i. "The cotton acreage must be
iced by 35 percent and the tobac-i
acreage even more drastically.
re is little incentive to expand the
iut acreage. Sweet potatoes
ild no be expapded above that of
year,: and the early Irish potato
age should be reduced 35 percent
t this year to get a profit."
le .director said the low prices
11 foodstuffs should be an en
igement to steadily expand the
lock and poultry industry of the
s. Not enough poultry and poul-
sro'ducts, industry of the State
enough poultry and poultry pro
, dairy products, beef and mut
and pork are being produced to
the needs -of the State at pres
Tbis is e;-pecially true of dairv
icta on a home basis- Corn, hav
ither foodstuffs will not demand
a profitable price in the markets
vill pay a prolit when (' to
i outlook for seeds is not any
right hut North Carolina nee. is
ger upply of cheap certified
wlich may be used to plant
es for soul building, for huv
ifiev pv.: po ee-.
It is composed of leading medical men
from Georgia, Alabama and parts of
South Carolina and Florida. Dr.
Davis has been a member of the as
sociation for ten years and has on
several occasions read and discussed
papers Lefore the meeting. Officers
of the association are chosen in se
cret session by a council composed
entirely of past presidents of the
society- Dr. Davis is the first Flori
da man to head th association.
JTHE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Fresh Cut Flowers
Make Home Attractive
ivood Man Honored'
At Ga. Medical Meet
people of Haywoo county will
srested to know hat Dr. J. C.
son of Mr. and Mrs- Z. ('.
of Iron Duff, has been rocog
as one of the leading physi
n northern Florida. . Ir. a rc
tedical convention Dr Duvis
:cted president which is a c'i.i-
few surgeons acquire,
following article was clip; e-1
le Cadson Countv Times
r, C. Davis, Quincy physician
gor., was elected president of
ittahooonee Valley Medical and
1 association at the conclud-
sion of the organization at
Springs, Ga., recently,
ion of Dr. Davis to this posi
:. honor and responsibility
a a well deserved compliment
of the South's outstanding
ns and surgeons, who recently
as president of the Florida
Society and is a Fellow of
erican College of Surgpon-.
cently he was made a Fellow
Southeastern Surgical Con
iing one of the charter mem
this newly organized society
raits its membership to fifty
:h state in the torrirnru
hattahoochee Vallry Medical
was organized ,'U vears ago
ii t i Lf if-"""
lep to BOWELS
5y to have the Dowels movu
vork, even dav. It's ensv. l
these simple rules of a tai.iou i
a -bit; tumblerful of water
breaklust and several times
enty of outdoor oxercisc with
duly fatiiiiiiLt vourseif.
or a bdwei movement n;
t the same hour everv dav.
e's bowels n.-.-d help at time.;
ng to us.- ,s Dr. Oaldwclls'
sin. - Viu'Ii tjcl a thorough
it. and it won i leave our i
JK and waici v: I his iaiiuiv
escnption is lust fresh laxa-1
pure pepsm. nnd other helpful !
that couldn't hurt a chi!d j
wakes up those lazv bowels,
you feel with your system rid '
Poisonous vraiiu matter. I
VV. B. Caldwell's
ori Family Laxative
On the freshness of the flowers
depends the beauty of any floral at
rangement in the home and there
are some simple methods by which
the beauty of the flowers may be
"The first thjng to do is to cut the
stem with a sharp knife." savs Glenn
O. Randall, floriculturist at State
College. "Scissors crush the tissues
and dull knife tears it so that the
stem does not absorb water readily.
This is true both when the flowers
are first cut and when they are re
cut after being received from the
florist or renewed in the house. The
cut flowers should be submerged in
water preferably up to the blossoms
and left in a cool place for a few
hours. The container should be large1
enough so as not to crowd the stems.
This enables them to take up the
maximum of water."
Treatment of this kind helps the
stems to stay erect and stiff and the
flowers are better able to withstand
the dry atmosphere of most homes. If ,
the flowers are- placed in fresh u-r., :
and allowed to stand in a cool place:
each night, the period of freshness
will Ik- materially extended, finds '.
Mr. Randall. Some will revive after'
wilting during the dav.
Among the flowers whk-h 9tp dif
ficult to cut and arrange without
wilting are Heliotropes, Calendulas,
and Dahlias. If the stems of such
plants are cut with a sharp knife and
the ends plunged into boi'linr w.itor
for about one minute, then placvd
in coui water, the keeoine- mmiitv
will be much improved. When doim.-
this, keep the hands about the bios-1
soms to protect them from th. it..,,..
otherwise they will blacken.
Pigs rooting for three drum fish
buried three year l ago ate so much
sand that four were made sick and
one died on a Currituck Countv farm
The owner fenced off the area ami
fed fish meal to urevent any further
Sell It through the Mountaineer
Wilson Brothers of Craven county!
nave an average of two Ur!,
sorghum syrup for each tenant family j
C"UUB ome grown wheat to
supply each family wit'- flour this
The peanut crop of Tyrrell county;
was dug and picked without a drop
of rain on the nuts. They are selling j
for three cents a pour.c at the farm.!
Mr. Rufus Slier entered th
pital for treatment this week.
Mrs. Dave IMott of Dellwood un
derwent an operation Tuesday night
and is imnrovinir
Mis. Medford from Clyde is jm.
proving alter an operation Tuesday.!
Renew Your Health
pAnllll;ysifl will tell ynu thaf
.PcMert Purffic-atiw, of the System
uuoruc ailment., tht nro undermin
rs yur vitaUy? Tuniy jour en-
' fr-P,, 7,V'lk,ncr n though
i-Jr cf ( Bloi.ibv,lK-e or twhe a I
.N.nuie rewards you with healjj.
C'alotabs niiniV -., vi-. i i.
One cent per mile in each direction for distances
loO miles or less. Good for transportation in
coaches only and to return prior to midnight of
date of sale.
To All Points in the Southeast
Fare and One-Fifth for the Round-Trio
On Sale Each
FRID YY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY
To reach original starting point prior to midnight
Tuesday Immediately following date of sale.
Take A Train Ride And Visit Your Friends
"Safer Than Staying At Home"
ASK TICKET AGENT
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