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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Three Things Are
Required In im
a fertile soil, adapted seed mix
tures and more seed per acre are three
Glials in successful, permanent
TaCe building in North Carolina.
1 t outlined by A. C. K.mrey dairy
vtl'ion 'specialist at State College,
JbeVthree factors are too often over
looked bv those attempting to balance
!km- farm operations through the ad.
ii-lm of livestock. It is loolish, he
,v" io attempt to establish a good
nature on land that is too poor to
lJa a 'rop profitably If the land
H rt- fertile enough to produce a
i crop of com, it will not produce
tr-k.J crop of pasture grasses,
p. -curing adapted grasses the
.. ,,! Ui is to find out which grasses
h'Vvc Survived in pervious plantings.
V, .,. inv North Carolina counties, the
hi'-d herds, Kentucky Blue and
grasses have outlived others.
! i,.....' n,i white Dutch clovers
...... ltf legumes which seem to dim
Given" a fertile soil and adapted
u,es the next factor is to seed
heavi'v enough to secure a sod. Kim-
'. ,in,i that the usual plan is to
make, thni sprinkling of seed which
jeh time io cover m
I. B. A. QU ACKER
I. B. A. Q. would like to be one of
tho-e big I'ekin ducks with a quack
mioortant enough to bo able to quack
what he wishes to regardless of per
sons concerned . . you know, just to
express his honest opinion.-. . . . Ld
Howe, lli Rogers, etc. call a spade a
spade not a well shaped heart. . . .
They don't mind vvh.it they say about
Tammany, the Prcisdent, etc. . . why
can t 1 express my feeling on our
"ounk tea" affairs? . . Tammany's in.
1 ue nee may extend to the four corners
of the earth . . the allairs that I men.
'en mav extend to the four oi Haj-
v.-.hkI . but maybe those big quack
crs are more than that many times
bigcer quacks .' . . .
bS.3 butp?her &ftJK. eic!! Quality Of Tobacco Brief News Items
By Grade Fertilizer
?Si Largely Determined
nervous on next Bunaay s outcome. . .
Bet the church roll is larger than in
'29 . . people in distress take time
to think. . . More people attend in
';i2, 1 guess, if they "have some rags
i ) wear and enough flour to make baby
i pice of gingerbread. . .
Isn't it annoying to have a mis-deal
when you are playing bridge . . well
it'l be more annoying than that if
:hi "New-Deal" they talk so much
:bout is a mis-deal. . .
I li'i.r-rstand that France encour
ages its people to marry . . we dis.
.wii'age it . . . it's usually a live or
-r: hundred dollar line m Haywood . ..
tor -ehool teachers . . when the guilty
" r1 .- sr. id marriage is discovered in
the middle oi a class it means resig
nation at once . . our motto is: "The
- nlove all e st' well, suppose
a teacher doe; marry . . and people
will get married in spite of all we
ee.n do to teach them better. ... I
don'" want to marrv a teacher. . .
Briefs: AMiv do people leave part
oi" the dessert ? . . Wasn't it good . . .
the cook iail to wear a cap?
Running short of cum due to the
drought last summer, a group of
Johnston County farmers cooperated
in buying 2,000 bushels recently.
Care Should Be Taken In Select-j fifteen Pitt County farmers shipp
ing PrODe'r Tvoes. SaVS Flovd. jod seven cars of cured sweet potatoes
last week and others will ship four
must he a 1 ree vvnv
",.n.1 When thu hot summer sun Many people are good for boosting
h' i ,li irriissos .are killed, thorn ji Ives anil their nronertv . . the
V " V 1 tlkant 'sUnd of .grass and le-1 same olios are usually quick to knock. (
. .. ,.,nltrelv cover the land ,,itmv iwnnl and nronertv . . . Have ..i,..
2,.f killinir by summer heat i jU-ard traders tell how a horse is only lll)V.. a.-minpr wether ;ume:i
, ,,,!v .it secured. , n.ag until they buy mm . . .men ih-s ., ,,
...fi't.i-e, he recommends not less a ,.,,, iatch or Gallant I" ox or both . . . .......
,...n m m HO pounds ol giass seed an .um w,fn ., ear . . but. still 1 live to, ji(i
., , miiI mivs a good nuxtuie lor one jua!. omi? (lVner tell me his car went ,-. ,,.
is follows: 1.) pounds ol oi-l in.. high up Canton'.! stee)est street. . i . . ,.w
s; 111 pounds ot iienls guiss, , v t , :j, rjKht this side of the , , v.,., y.
(himpion Hank . . and a horse might , .
l" lorecd to second il ice was oil tlui' v
st reel. . .
is greatlv influenced Dv me Kind oi
ccmmcrcial fertilizer used and now
that growers are planning to secure
their mixture for the coming season,
the question is how to get the right
kind at a given price.
T-or five veers, we have been con-duetme-
about 15 demonstrations a
vear with leading growers in attempt
nig to hml the best fertilizer mixtures
tor the different sections," says E. 1.
Flovd. tobacco specialist at Mate I id
le ire. " 1 hose demonstrations have
shown that an S-.i-o is the best mix
tui(. on soils where tobacco grows to
plenty of size and an S-l-ti mixture
is suitable where the crop dues not
normally trow to a desirable M.e."
But there is more, to conside,- than
i, 1st the analysis, Movd says. 1 he
,li,l tl- sereen fail to close soon nliosohat.. makes new g-rowth anil
.fgh' 1 read this eohinni to see helps mairitv; nitrogen gives. growth
v Mr Kuss. who sits m that rus- and potash makes for quality. A
clviM- cuts out. . . Why ilo you ask small annuiiit . of chlorine is bene. -
'., . ..icit -ivli,.,! vim ioivo no e.al. but over two percent is nannilll.
nt ion of them accepting.' ... . I M
-v I nt g.ris in 1 com oi wavin
. iii.: . . n.,11.. c.:viv
ITi,, gicwth and quality of tobacco ... , ....,., ,.nn,.ts ., ,)f llis best
tops ot tobacco grown on deep, sanuv
and following a crop of lespedeza.
: t Old ;
!. s pounds ol Kentucky
."i pounds of Dallis grass;
..f v lutt. l'utcii -dovei' and
..i common lespedeza. .eed
this mixture on each acre
Itblish a pasture sod. lvim-
to ', -. no! K't'd.
n that I know
i 1 I '
y wlier M;.r
nelH'ial . i n u slu.tild
1 in mos! tobacco fertilizers,
larnieis ivho have used dolo-
iiuestoue m the last few years
lv do not need to worry about
client. 1 he magnesia controls
ilson lountv fanners have pur
chased some -1,000 ot lespedeza seed
so far m lit.'!.'!, reports lountv Agent
W. L .Adams.
Mxleen la.Mii tanulies are now sel
ling regularly on the newly organiz
ed curb market at Lenoir m Caldwell
Alamance farmers who have tanned
hides at home tollowing the recom
mendations ol the State College am
r.ial hunsbandry department repou
good results Some 'hides are tanned
Willi the hair on to be used tor rugs
in the home but most are tanned tor
MiiH one 'Tcrlerl Marriage" was
wH"kcd b ton iiiticli money. A real
iile '.oi id v drama unfolded in the
i Aieeruan Wccklv. (he iiiaga.ine dis
llnloilcd idli ne! Similav s K.M.I I
! MOUK AMKKICAN.
A talkative Austrailian parrot gave
evidence in police court in Adelaide,
Washington., and convinced the judge
that its master did not conduct a
IF YOU GET I P NIGHTS
Physic the Bladder With Juniper Oil
Drive out the impurities and excess
acids that cause irritation, burning
ami frequent desire. Juniper oil is
pleasing to take in the form f BU
RETS, the bladder physic, also con
taining buchu leaves, etc. Works on
the bladder similar to castor oil on
the bowels. Get a 25c box from anv
drug store. After four days if not
relieved if "getting up nights" go
back and get your money If you are
bothered with backache or leg pains
caused from bladder disorders you are
bound to feel better after this cleans
ing ami you get your regular sleep.
" I he Wuvnosville l'harmacv, sas
Hl'KKTS is a best seller." " adv.
.ill pi lYell;
n ( I
enly I i
nan. a i
WAKE UP YOUR
And You'll Jump Out of Bed in
the Morning Rnrin to Go
if von f.'i'l Rour and suiik ai.ii tin1 worl.l
...s iunl(, dun I 8wiill..w a hit. of .
: :'rl':il l O .T, ml. I:t ill l o I'andv ir rhl'H .1)1
. .1111 and rx!n...'t tlu'in to mal.i. vou sud.l. i.l
v.. t and I'll. .;. nl and lull of fuiudnnc.
. . I I.. V 1 oi l 1!" ,1 . I !l. v i.nlv in.". .' 1 .."
in. 1 1 im-tn . 1 K ' .'
ri l.ir v.. ir il.iw n and . u.
li -.1, I pour mil
.i.' .i ..ur li.iiv. Is .1....:
1 lv. v ur 1
;n the 1.. '.'
. y 011 . .1
Aen Farmer Finds
Musket From Garden v
Pavs A Good Income "
auk '.heir lu.d.v --i.
ch able hankci . .
n-h to keen our count
low sen level. . . .
S 1 1 1
here . . .
faging a 'ri
1 .:irt'( -t
11, le I' ;i 1 11
1 In v Inn e iioii''
v t roiii inki !.:
d. 'id '
. . or 0101 e
I 1 r.mi col
oulv a iv
. n prefer
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:! ,si'- N . ' ,f ' J 'IM K '", i.
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At , ll - w
4M Jk i
- At tv
' il l, ir vV 1' Ws
Vl'lVlil ' Wl 1 I V A J,
1 fc 1(1
1 PI I ' I
lii'i'i s. on ml ; o :1s . '
illowor. cabbage. Luna 1
1 1) in
l;i edthtum, he li.'id a small acreage
1 i.i 1I01 , ml 1 a pU ! 1 n and
ei'cr-oeariii1..- strawberries i win whit h
be j'.lu the surplus. No itemized ac
e .uir. was- kept of these sale.?, Nis
A new feeling
for men past
If voti"-- lo.l yourself qrow systemr
icaliv oi.i, l.erc is a.wav to stimulate
yourscl) without .the., slightest harm,
ami, in fact, with cliects beneficial to
the entire body.
-: 1 his method of stimulnting a slug
gish system to new life is a doctor s
discovery, so no one ne?d hcs,taLc to
try-il or believe in it. It is a sane,
sensible way. to keep keenly .alive.
.! he only medicines vou tak" is. a
-noss likeable and remarkable svrup
"Viae with fresh herbs, ;iclive sennn.
tid pure pepsin. The bene his are
man v. and far-rcachine. Its nr.nie
diale effect on the lower bowel acts
rid of h.i.nennt! poisons better than a
powerful laxative. In fact, vou will
need no other laxative if vou take an
occasional spoonful of Dr. Caldwell's
If vou regard vourself in fairlv
RoodjieaUh-now. vou might still find
afW a week or two of this gentle
tt.milntion that vou were only n a
stale of half-health before. It makes
an aniazmt! difTerencc in the wav one
fee's, cspcciallv at nn ace when one
inclines toward auto-intoxication.
(Daily headaches, failing appetite
and tiring too easily are apt to be
svmploms of a toxic condition.)
Womn, too, get decided benefit
from a icw weeks', regulation with
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
l:t lij.l.n. ihe niki r . nrcscnt-a :( rt .i le 10 lonnsl
1 ivii lovely performer x Ih c.ik liotiic- ami Limp
cliiiiiii'. ss before the eves of llic aiHlienreyand.tlnow
the jaL'ired pieces into a box already tilled u ith
i.r.;in fl.-is. I hev step IwrrluotrJ into the box
and tit. v; ri Oriental dance in die glass -without in-
1 he performers toughen their feet in a strung so
lution of alum water and thoroughly rub them
. Willi pulverized resin before they appear. I hey
(li row the freshly broken glas around the i Jiis of
the platform. 1 he glass on which they artuallv do
dance is very thick, heavy, and hied or ground so
that die sharp edges are rounded off. I he girl")
just prrlrnJ to dance on the sharp glass.
rTS FUJV TO J?
. . IT'S MORE F17JV TO AiVOW
Soi'Rc.-. : yianw Staae In
i'v Albtrt A. 1!
One of (lie tricks of cigarette advertis
ing is to pretend tluit"l leat Treatment"
is an exclusive process, making one cig
arette better than any other.
EXPLANATION: All cigarette manu-,
facturers use heat treatment. It is a
routine process of manufacture. The
first Camel cigarette ever made was
manufactured under the heat-treating
ffci J!$V jJMwM .
Copyrlchf, 1U33, H. J. Reynolds Tuhaao t'jmpany 'k V vf1! i5SSff.''
process. I-Acry one of the hillions ol
Camels produced since has received
the necessary heat treatment.
Marsh, Taw" tobaccos, require inwti-
nive processing under high tempera
tures. I lie more expensive tobaccos,
which are naturally mild, call for only
a .moderate application of heat. I leaf
treatment never can make cheap, in
ferior tobacco good.
VTp5" It is a festt, wet! known by
T' leaf tobacco experts, that
Camels are mads from finer,
MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than
any other popular brand. o
This is the most important statement
ever made in a cigarette advertisement.
Vei4l1 its words. Consider what it
means. Then try Camels.
Camels are fresh . . . in the air-tight,
zc'elded Humidor Pack.
. JUS7y COSTLIER
IN A MATCHLESS B L E X D