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'THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
And Answers On
,., on When is the best time to
"., cockerels for market next
..Tand what should the birds
,';baure they are caponized?
,vf- To develop capons lor me
market next spring the birds
' i be eaponized during' the month
i'v and should weigh about two
For this reason only vigor
'"ockerels of the heavy breeds
Vliocks, Reds and Brahmas are
I ' Before .-ap-onizinp, the
lL'w should be kept without food
A-iu-r for 24 hours. The Poultiy
;nunt at State College can give
'rVormation and bulletins on this
By Hazelwood, 8-5
Sayles Bleachery To Play Hazel
wood Nine On Saturday
Bible School Com
mencement To Be
Held Friday Eve.
TEACHER, 100, CAN'T
MEET HER CLASS
t..'.:. n : How can I control To
', Bud Worms?
:-wer:The best control is to poison
v.fn meal bait aPPlieti al tne
12 pounds to the acre. This
made by mixing one (1) pound
,-eintte of lead with 50 pounds of
..meal. Mix thoroughly and apply
nail pinch of the mixture to the
ii- of the bud early in the morn
vvheii the bud is open. Applica
s should be repeated every week
hi days until the plants are top
Kxtension circular 174 gives
details combatting tobacco insects
may be had free on application
:!u Agricultural Editor at State
da. -tion: When should cabbage,
, , K tomatoes, and Irish potatoes
l. ...anted for fall gardens ?
A::wer: This depends upon the sec
: ;., v. m which they are to be planted
! -u; liic crops mentioned may be plant
, i ii July for the coastal plain sec
m June for the upper coastal
;ti and lower piedmont, and the
latter pait of May for the mountain
Motion. These dates apply where the
is planted in the open. Where
mato plants are used, these may be
Lit tv days later.
Wool Pool Will Be
Held Here Saturday
Dai- annual wool pool will be held
Satui dav, Mav 27. I he piospect lor
;i cnid pricp for wool this season is
must favorable. Of course those who
-ell their wool to speculators out
ilciit may not get the top price as
:he price is advancing rapidly. The
advance payment made to farmers
Sa'.uiday will be not less than sixteen
i-iiN per pound.
liming the past three years prices
I'm farm products have been very un-,-at
is factory; and cooperative markets
iogr;- has had a hard struggle. The
. nrcs.pe.-t is most favorable for coope
rative marketing this year and the
possibility for a nice future pavment
..ii Wool is good." Of all times this is
:hc vear when farmers should ctiop
natc in the marketing of commodities.
Farmers, bring your wool to the
1-aimers I-ederation Saturday. Our
State Department of Marketing will
have a man there to serve you. W.
Hazelwood defeated the Balfour
cctton millers last Saturday at Ha
zelwood S-5. The timely hitting of
Robinson, local first sacker, was oik5 f
the "highlights" of the game, his
three hits con-isting of a single, triply
and a home run! A. Mace of Balfour
also hit a home run.
"Curlry" Trice, local catcher, was
out of the game nursing an injured
ringer, but he k expe.ue 1 back in the
lineup at an early date. The per
formance of Trice behind the plate,
as well as his batting ability, is un
excelled by anyone in the loop. Gor
don Wyatt did a nice job of receiv
ing, also got two hits out of four
Saturday of this week Sayles
Bkachevy w.ill be at Hazelwood in
their first game against the Hazel
wo.nl club. The game will be called
BALFOUR AB R H F.
Capps. 2b. . .4 0 1 (i
Brevard, cf. . .5 1 2 0
Crisp. If. ; .5 0 1 0
A. Mace. rf. . 4 1 1 0
Bentley, ;ib 5 0 1 1
Parker, ss, p 0 0 0
Brown, c 5 0 2 0
Hammond, lb. . 4 1 2 0
S. Mace, p. ss 4 2 2 3
The Presbyterian Bible School enter
ed its second week last Monday morn,
ing, with over 100 enrolled, and an
avtrage attendance of 75.
The commencement or cbsing
progiam will be given in the Presby
terian church on Friday evening of
:hi- week at S p m. All departments
of the school will take part in the pro
gram. The public at large is cordially
invited to be present and see what
the children have learned in the two
wctk's Bible School.
Mr. Stephen Sloop, of Mooresvi'.le,
N. C. is the head of the school. Th '
heads of the departments are Mrs.
M. G.Stamey. Miss Nancy Killian
Miss Wilda Crawford, and Mrs. Frank
Battle, assisted by the following
young ladies: Miss Frances Hose.
Miss Billy Rotha. Misv Joy Wi-.iUow.
and Miss Virginia Russell.
POXTIAC, 111. Mrs. Annie Bemis
couldn't go to school to celebrate her
one hundredth birthday anniversary
by teaching the surviving members of
her class of !" years ago as she plann
ed because the basement of the build
ing was flooded, so she baked a few
MAYOR FOR 41 YEARS
"Whom does vour little son h-ok
"His eyes are mine, the nose is my
wife's and the voice. I think, he got
from our motor, horn."
Mayor Harry Wooding, of lianyille,
Va., who, if he lives until August 15,
will have served as mayor of that
city for 41 years, celebrated his S'.nh
birthday Thursday of the past week.
He spent the day in his office butdid
little work being kept busy shaking
hands with his friends and answering
telephone calls of citizen wellwishers.
Mayor Wooding is in ex client health
and hopes to live another 11 yea'-s
and still be mayor of Danville when
he leaches the centurv mark.
Paste This On
40 5 12 4
HAZKLWOOD AB R H K
Glen Wyatt. If 4 2 1 0
Fisher, 2b 5..0 1 1
Burrell, p. lb ...4 1 1 0
Robinson, lb. p 4 2 3 1
A. Wyatt, cf 4 1 1 0
Putnam, rf. p. . . . i 11 0
Cox, ss. . . " .... .1 0 O 2
Gordon Wvatt, c. ........4 0 2 0
Prevost. 2b 3 1 0 01
The Rev. T. H. Curtis, vicar of St.
Paul's Church, of Kngland. gives this
advice to wives:
"If your husband is ijUict don't
imagine he is sulky. He m iy be try
ing to think of a suitable present for
"At the end of a tiring day don't
ask him, 'What shall we have for
dinner tomorrow'." That is your job.
"If you put his trousers in the press
remember that the c teases should
come front and back not al the
' Do not expect too much of your
husband. Remember lie is only a man.
He has n.it vour advantages."
35 S 10 4
Balfour 002 001 110 5
Hazelwood 002 0.0 200 S
Batteries for Hazelwood Burrell.
Robinson, Putnam, and W'yaM ; Bal
four Mace, Parker and Brown.
.Meals for 1' ive for 85 a Week. How
1 his Is Made Possible bv a -Newly
Found Foodstuff Is Explained in 'I he
American Weekly, the Magazine Dis
tributed with Next Sunday's Balti
more American. Buy our (. opv l-ofn
cur I avorito Newsboy or Newsdeal
H. Y. I U. STl'DY ( (M USE
TO BEUIN MONDAY NKJHT
A B. Y. P. I'. Study Course will
begin Monday evening at the First
Baptist church and continue for the
wt-ek. The classes will begin at 8
o'clock each evening.
There will be three classes, the sen
iors, intermediates, and juniors. All
persons int nested in the. study course
should be present , at he opening .on
Dentist: '"'Where is the aching
Girl (a theater usher): 'Balcony,
first row- to the right.".
Bargain Round Trip Tickets:
ONE CENT PER MILE
For Each Mile Traveled
Final return limit June .'!. If'?'?
Round trip fares from As.heville, N. ('.
Jacksonville $9.55Washington $9.55
Louisville Ky. 8.15Cincinnati, 0. 8.60
St. Louis, KU5New Orleans 11.80
Miami, Fla. K).85iMemphis 11.10
Proportionate Fares to other destinations
Raltimore Md. $11.00 Philadelphia .
Atlantic City ...... 1 (.."." New York ..
Via Washington and 15. X O.
Chicago, 111 SHUT. Cleveland, ().
Detroit, Mich 1S.S0 Toledo, O 17.;
Kansas City $2 1.00
KKIUTEI) KOI ND TRIP ITI.LMAN FAKKS to Wash
inton enroutc iniinls on the 15. A: O. Also to other points
in the Southeast including Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit,
Pl'KCIIASK TICKETS IN ADVANCE
See your agent about special lares to many other desti
nations or address
A. II. Acker, 1)1' A
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Will Hold Hear
ing On New Act
tarings at which producers, pro
r: distributors, and consumers
ii in products will be-'. represented,
ho one of the first - steps hi -ad-
tering thfi emergency agrieultur-
tore the Secretary of Agi icul
; .uuIl i- the jiowers conferred upon
"V the A ct, issues any regula
he will consult he gvoups con
d, ays Dean 1. O. Schaub, of
I- ('tjllege. - The Secretary Will
in Higgestions and recomnienda
"ii sui-h points as: Should iro
'i ,; iicerage control he under
'' a given commodity? If so,
: nr'o'po, tion' of .-1 eduction should
i a-le? What method would best
nip'lih the reduction? Should a
;:'' ing tiix be levied on the com-
:y? If so, how " much shouldr
' ii he? What could be. accom-
i i for the commodity by : trade
e:i;ent.s.? ' "...;' ' ;
h; !e -he Act was bef ore Congress,
etaiy Wallace in discussing it
"The philosophy of this bill, as
e it, is to enable producers and
t -Mirs to. work together in bring-orde:-
out of the present chaos.
a:e given the opportunity to
together to make adjustments
reduction and prices that are fair
f3 '-' producer, harm no legitimate
i --st; of the processor, and niain
the just, interest of the consumer.''
i. Schaub says hearings are nOees-!o;-
each commodity because the
i am -must be : applied differently
;:U-rent products.. A method that
' t . successfully regulate prodiic-
.''id increase the price of . wheat,
t not accomplish the same pur
. for .cotton , or .hogs. The indi
characteristics and needs of
. .kaent cominoditv groups must
'.'"sidered ; in choosing methods
;i applying them.
t. 'Hasn't Henry ever mar-
d e: "Xt), and 'I don't think he
- : .Is to, because he's studying for
, ',l:'t . Furniture Maker: "Thsjit
-'--nise isn't an anti()ue, is. it?".
'iid Furniture Maker: "No, but
in: -at- day's Work and it will be." .
. t rt; Four . ears fir a Murder
liidn t Commit. How Circumstan-"-U
I.Mdence Onvicted an Innocent
V'"'i Kolated in The American Weeklv,
J."1' Magazine Distributed with Next
I'ulaj's Baltimore American. Uuy
' ur (opy from our Favorite Ncws-
f News Dealer.
y; Way. 15. 1933
Ti,e and again r,, tMhy V on orn.ation and by othor.
i . - 'n-i nnnl it.V .
that l penaix iiijf.c-i-.i. j r
Friendly critics protestour puttinE into the
call "twenty-year steei. L , doo,
the public does not expect it;, ana uia. . t
difference anyway . - " .
i P,t t know the difference. , . . 0
iesteyonc.. tnat o tninK so
are all found on the Ford V-8, c prop,r. .is tho baSis of ,
But these aro not the par. ino o i th structure
ieuoe -"butulhaai'laJrtwoi or three year,. But e J V;
- "Irm o -t the basic material on our car to be as
, have nev r .:-.alsoarj3d as the day it Is boueht. Ford
dependable the day it 15 ai ad It eosts more to
cars built 15 years ago "J m "jo rot : ,Te COst and
build a durable car but f by...the public v,ould
" conscience. A great ;many things cld. et by .
... ... But we would know.
ne,er : without any hesitancy.
The new ,: Ford 7-8 - whcle thirty years' . reputation
I know what is in; it. I trust our w is larger,
..back it up. ,.
.,i,SV.- .......... '
fitn 1 1 1 iTi ii 'ii mi Ti tmi fT fawn'-n
Striking body lines and colors.
Smiiiitli-i 'mining V-lype t ii;hl-c) linder
engine ; 7.1 horsepower.
ll-;iliimiiiiipi 'i:v!i" ' ." .
Knuine cushioned in live rubber.
lucnlv-livc ant i-l net ion roller and
Remarkable ar( I'leral ion.
M) nub's per hour
I nu-.ua I oil and I in I ecoiiiim.
A 11 1 iiiual ic sjnirl, mill nil.
iN-nl s oiid sliced.
Silenl, -- neli'oi',ied gear sliill.
I ull rnunl4: bal.'tiiced cranKsha I ( .
A 1 11 it 1 1 n 11 mi pistons.
l(.u nib al I carburetor, with silencer.
I nrqiic-l ube drive.
I liree-(iiai ter lloaling rear axle.
c si raililb -inoiinleil rein ;ile dn
New dinlile-( lianuel, dniilile-drop -t
v ie I rame.
Steel bodies, nuelaleil to insure quirt.
Iir one-piece, elect ricall v welded
steel spoke wlieels.
New M. irled lenders.
s.i!r, reliable I oiii -w heel mei lianicnl
ir:i.ke. Inllv en Insed.
S.let tllass windshield m i.ll bodv
I pi - -el at a -It" angle;
Saletv-tla-s I hrolijilioul m all lie
New riding coinion because ol t !u
erbi' ive I old-desiiMU'(l Tim-.W'tx-caul
!le rr ' springs, pi ' pel lv coli-
Irollnl bv loirr double-acting ell
.Kliisiing sl.ock al.-rler.s;
I lei p-i usbloned srals. wn'i a choice
1 1 1 gco'l-limkilU!. bng-v.earing ll
' 1 1 r.'i't i e j.-oiiit nielli -v. and imi'-h,
I o, Inst rost and eiei)l".:;all low
iD-t i I iipcai ion and iii'i-.'-vp.
lire Me "l..'i(l unlns '7 rncbes.
KiMlcss steil hradlanuis.v
I-na nu'lcfl parts . iKiaderii '1 Icr !i ' -ectnm
All lie I. ue cars l (iiiiimei! ' ;.! Ii t ''. u
in.iK bed tone horns, two ciw I ! !n !-.
two , -ear lamps and mim-..i! I'pliol:-.-tr
. , .
( I'. (). B. !)i tr..i:, ;..!-.i ' !;.'.' ami :
delivery. I'.uir.pers ni: are
lire extra. )....
A DKMONSIRATION VVIIJ.
( ()VI.( K YOl
W T. Rainer
l'hcno :' Ashe, il!t H":ui