North Carolina Newspapers

    THE WAYNESVILLE MOINTAINEER
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19.5 ,
I'age
W. T. Lee Is Back,
But Is Not Retir
ing At The Present
Some Outstanding Things In
The Life Of Mr. D.M. Killian
! Modern Quarters
Provided For City
Fire Department
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e:i citizen. His pa-sin.; -i:
reive more tiian im-'e oa-siii
Cominjr from Traii-yhani;
to Haywood in 172. voting
mariied, Mr. Killian -oon
idi-n; ilii-ci with iro- best iiiu
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i- iUn'.y
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b' 'a mi-
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county. Hi- untt-:
t with J. L. Morgan
entire interest of
.a- ni:l.:rii; an. I :neioiiiUi!e
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eijrn fur their 1
I have ix-en iter
Ut be real ieoj:
very much
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as io mv
this time" I
to return tc
where 1 sh
attention t
hJ i i
year.--.
Tile Mounailleer a.-ketj Mr I.eL
abvut politics. Ho refused to iticu.-s
politics other than to say he was .-till
vitally interested. It. was learned,
however, that there is a possibility
tb.it he will in- a candidate for either
thhe legislature or congress . in the
primary.
ill
he people- u
ndnesses to tile
1 have found
L- and I have b
K-tl to them,
number of ino
tor the luture. A
nly say that 1 expec'
nome at avnc.- ;ltc
i1 able to jrive niort
matter.- which 1 havi
nunii'
June
Farmers Federation,
Inc., Begins Opera
tion In County Today
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lea:, ail i . 'tr.c:- Li'iain ! -.
in I hun ire.K of b ti c-N
ivcif hu!ed on uae...!'.- t liu-iii
S'.ath Carolina, and other points .
where tile Killian-.Morgan brand f
a ready cash market.
In connection with their aidiin
meiantiie im-iile.-- Mr. K:
Mr. Mortran opera'.ed a aw mil!. ;
in it" lumber into building materia
thy paai;,1, tht. market '"' !:..
unusually H'ooil at that time,
later installed the first circu!
used in the county, an iiiipiow,
lie'1-
lerai
l.-ui
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uth
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and
arm
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church
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jc
Clyde
cut.
tie
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kn-own ;
Killian
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hauled, sawed and
i! from one re.
e-.i r
i r .
e:. lie
p:cpared ai! mate la
!..!,aty;i by (i. M. (: ,'.) fr the . n.in-
. mi '.iet ion of t he . aurc h.
V. th Ir. H. . Wells a a partner,
entered into the (roods business n
( lyde. remaining in this about tw...
yet i'-. After selling oat his busine -in
Clvde, he moved to his fai'ni near
Waynesville. With T. Y. liridfr-.- a
a pal-tner he instalied maciiinery fi
:nt:'. spir.r.'.!), coi.-.i-!nj; anu wti.v
wovl and cotton .nt,i yarns, blan
ai. 1 did a uvne'-a! exchange b.i-i.
ai'
.-a
; a "i.
:hv.r
" c-'iivenii nr.
.abie to the
!e IVilie- in
in ciiaivi- -
t'er. M . Ki
l.) tile people all1,
lira:. A. t:a- same
manuf.'e.-f.irin bu-i-.:'
Mr, IP Mires, his
iian and Mr. Creen
!' LLiin1- ijU-ille.-,
ily dispo-eJI .
except buy-
hr acci.m.i-
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a a
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'll , Ir";
a har.d
n- fall
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:i:tc: i -.-.Ill-
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u.:-. ie tr.,. .
m-? to the iire-ent
equipment w..- cor.
ice!. !:.-e and back-
lii ut if--, thi- depart-
ve.i in th,. buiidint; uC-
Wel K.
At the time tht :.."e was m .df.
an old Reo truck wa- made into a
tir.- truck by 0- I.. Uriffgs. The old
Reu is now -be i re used by thP strtet
e'e piirtmer.t.
'I he ,! Jiie that Wayne.-vilie has
I'.aJ was on May 2. 1027. when a drug
store, cafe, theatre and five and ten
cent .-tor,, were destroyed. The total
damage was said to have i-en around
$75 00ii. The tire depai tnier.t fr..m
Canton came to the re-cue. The
) .uiidiitfrs that were de-troye 1 were
where the Wavnesville Pharmacy.
s Hardware and V W. X. C.
e ri'-w located.
W.-.-.ra -v .i, i
a r: ;ind
, 4 " i mm k
Want
I l 1 1
i( i!
e.-t. Bidd- rs must present with ti-.
bids a cenitied check upon an irscjp. .'
ated bank or tiust company, pjy..'.
unconditionally .o the order . :
State Trea-uter for one-half o:
pel cent of tiu face amount ..:
n-.'c oll'erer:. Th.- i 'liht t , -e'. --
:.- : cs". ; . ei.
LOCAL COY !'. K M K N 1
MISSION'
W K.
Last
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.OTKK UK RKSAJ.
WAN'i'Kl i f. .
ir Wavn :i
- ..! f.o ..u -income
for ;
day for full particulars.
Tog-tad C'.mpan-.' K'.k or
.liana
Coffee Route man
d vicinitv. Good.s
wliicn mean a steady
hu-tler. Write to-
C. D.
In-
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11 A YF.
en:iij;- loi
ell beautiful
ailoied to meastr
ra! coir.mis.-ioi!
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lly-Maid
irar'nor.:-
Knit
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June S
' lice of
, wood
LtoOk .No. tio
j c.f a;i urdt !'
I ed by V. (,
ntUe oi me power ..; .-aie
in a deed i.t trust ,-xecu: .:
t laii; and wife. Lenie L'ia
undersigned Tru-tee,
M. lP't' and lecrdej in tia
til,. Regi.-ter of Dex-dj of H
Countv. N'uith Carolina.
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it-sale made and i-r'..
I' vers. Clerk of the
Ibntc
Cafe
The
water
rrier ',
FOR RK.N'T-Hou-wood
known as '
house. Apply to
The Mojtitair.ee:'
M. T. Ii
wllice,
in Hazel
Al bright
:i;!2e-. ;t
!cHi:
ilCCf
to
l style, .winch attra.-'
of in'ere.-t among t!:e.
tils; fatal a.i ident baa
Louis Cunningham was
,-aw in operation .and be.
lost hi- ballance, fell in
saw, and was in-tantly
later in.-ta'led machinery
and preparing Li"nbcr
purposes.
fhc-ul-i r.iio'v their- .-riier- '.in. ugh
fit hi r t:i. Way'" .-v;'le or CaMon
war"i"iiri
(iili'.ier: scs.1- ;:) ar'eti.- sUl'.ed
to tr- in-. Mi.t.iin region will be carried
in argc . ...liitity ! y th,, Ilayw.-xi
tV.unty 'A:.i'-r .i-e-r .Seed' .bin.- are
ikju i :rii ,-i-t .;!cd to handle ' thi-s
tin- which .- ''..attii - d at a!! Fedein
tivir 'warehouse.-. Other farm suppiy
lilh.- to in- iia.'id!-. 1 include lU"!d sefed
feeds for -tc-ck and ' poultry', ferter-lizer.-
impb-nu'it- ari l mi-cell momi
farm itemi.''
Oeorire Hrr-,vn will c-.nti::ue a.- man
ager .: the inc-il!e warcnousi.
whi:..- I!-, r Terrell will continue a
manager ir. antn. X . 1 . Kmnc
iuirt will c. r.tinue with the larger
orgarit'iiatioii while .11. A. "..-borne,
jiresaier,'. t!ie Haywood Countv
Ka riser- F. d. 'ration.' will go in as a
direct..!- tne Farmers I-ederavioi
in.-, undo!' :':ie. iharter provision
which pi -..'. ri.-.- that each county shall
be reprt ---ir.e.i by at b'ast two mem-tKT.-
rn ti e ' -.urd of .iirector- a.-ivi'il-,n
: . Mr: McCIure.
over tne ok
quite a bit
people. The
jiened while
wutrhing the
came dizzy,
front of the
kilbd. Th.-y
fo, d iv-sing
tor buildir
Sometime after coming to this coun.
ty Mr. Killian was united in marriage
to Haseltine, the accomplished and
highly respected daughter of Walter
Hrown. who. proved to be a compan
ion of preat met it. They located at
Clyde where Mr. Killian ua- p .: onlv
interested in his busim-ss affairs but
devoted a portion of his time . and
means to the cau-e of l.-iiioe-an e.
h.ducat ion. an, ( huren K-. r-or.
omm'.mic;..nt o! vi.- I'-e-n:
. . . ir --. . r
II- '. . - .. . iy .
t be -'da -oi i ) del
ill ioe P. e-bo, ri e
actiw in bui!'i:tL
c.'iu.vri io aTie
.'hat'.h w..
in- All- a e
tiiia an 1 m
a- -uocrin't
a!! : inti rest
!.- - . ;-.!'
life tha-
a iead'-r in :h
.'ii ::- ,i!a iy.
.:tei. 'u-er. -ai.:
a -so -:a'i--
and use- lanfmape
a-i- ;n the are-eir-i
an i
! I ': ".
v.i..
a r.
nl matte -;
county, i
... mi'er in I
: rg r.:de
. He wa
e-byteria:
when th
r.e
peU-i
:-!;
.leoart
light d
e'ed in
ai ::m-n:
.".mer.t.-.
great
that they
t in clo-t
of the
mer.t.
pii't.;
Way-1
!; art
Th?:
id to !
lead
COti- -
town I
organized in H.t7e!woo.i
ii'ti r 'nK'Hibcr and .-(.er.:
in- in it - i r-eet ion. acted
'it il'., and v.! ;u t ;, e ii;
l..b'.;.' ,.! Mr.
fo'-. I'.unt in-c.
F. : Hunting
,. gentleman.
Ki!:-i;'
He w::
Club b,r
It :ta-
1C.
"it
t.T.-e wil-.i Wei
e l:e er Uvame i
lose his M If l'e.-pev i
tJltit he would ne-1
of ins mother, -wit-
'lio.iriv of cm.d-en.
W. L.
the lii'e dc
: ar.i of a
The fire
11..
ii :
p' I'sor i:es.
i chairman of
mmittee on the
nt
hi : eac:.
O.K. J... ;
nient
:.'! men.
department is under the
i rection of S. H. Stevenson, chief;
o L. Briejr.-, a-.-is-ant chief and l.aw
' r.ce Kerley, driver and dayman.
Tne department has the following vol
unteer firemen:
('. Y. Hill, John West. John Uovd,
Paul Walker. Bill Cole. Zeb Brackett
J in Ray. Will Strange. Francis Mas.
MohafTey, and Bradlev
PLANTS i rjR SALK
C A BRACK PLAXTSChariesU.ri.
ler-ey. Succes.-iun. ar.d Co)Hnha
geii Mirk-:. Onion Plant White
and Yellow Bermuda. All 75c per
! 001 1 . ,".ouu i..t.- bOc per 1000. Send
Remittance f..r prompt shipment
I ...!: is Plant Co aldosta, (la.
s.- Walter
MehafTey.
-I. H. W y
. , pai-tnient
. n i .
.'If 1 I J '
From (In Hies 7V Fores I In 12 )(ars
the fire
i abue note, i, ated February 1. 19M-!
! maturing April 1. 19-'M. without up
' tion of prior payment. There will
j be no auction. Interest rate not to
exceed b'o per annum. The note will
I be awarded at the highest price of
! fered, not les.s than par and accrued
iiitere-t. Bidder? must pre-ent with
their bids a certified check upon an
incorporated bank or trust company,
payable unconditionally to the order
of the State Treasurer i'.r one-half
of one per cent of the face amount of
the note offered. The right to re
ject all bids is reserved.
LOCAL GOYFR.NMF.XT i'OM
MISSION,
Bv: W . K. Kastcr! :i. ci.rctarv:
N.. 15V- I-Vb. 1.
XOTICK
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OF
NOTE
NORTH
Clyde News
Tr,.
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Br.,w
Ju
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Mr-,
Su!
H-.vn
vec? ef
R. Ki
11 ! He
other.-
K T.
: Sup'
T H.
Mr..-.
recent'
te ( lvde
f PJol:
, ;i--t
Hurst
B rook-.
. il'0e
R.H'gr
r i (
Lea thei wood, choir-,in-on.
assistant chotv.
d Sanford pianist
assi-tant pianist
beers.; General diree
associate . directo!
genera! -ecretar
choins.ter. (. rawfojd
nt. Loi - Met ravkt n,
Downs. as-istamt
y. Kath
secretary, To.i:
ister. .lerrv Ro!
ister. ( rawfn
Mrs. F. M. Gree
Ijndii Havnes
Teachers, J. H. Haynes. Mrs. J. IL
Havr.e-. 1. H Roger-. S. M. Conn it
sei. Mrs. K M. Green. Mrs. T. II
Koger-. tarter Osborne, Mr.-. Jei r
Rob: n. on. Mrs. Ida Bveis. Gknn
Brown. M:- Mattie Leathenvood.
Lois Me l acKen. Bomne I' r.mcis
Mr-. -P. H. Havnes. Mrs. Wai . i
West. MoMithv Walker Mr-. K. T
Brooks.
B PL
Lmda Havnes,
Wflvne Ivogers,
Lois Havne-,
Santord. assi.-ta
pianist, ldela
r ranees- I" incher.
Bcirinners leader, Doruthv ,ikn.
Junior leader, h. M. Green. Interme
diate leaner. Brent Angel- Senioi
president. Lenoir Setnelle, B. A.
president, dlenn Brown- . M. L
piesioent. .Mrs. Pat Cole, vice pre i-
Hen;. Mrs, L, M. Green. -ecretar
Mrs. T. H Rogers
i Mr. and .Mrs. Will Beard and family
oi Asht-ville spent the week-end in
( ivde as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. t atnev were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Stanley Sunday.
Jeffrie T r, eman spent .t lie weeK-enn
in asheville.
.Miss Dons .Mc(racktn of Lake
Junalu.ska, spent the week-end . in
( lvde with Miss r rance.s t incher.
Mis? Catherine Collins. (Mi-s Mai v
Kate Penland. Mr. Roland Leather
wood, and Mr. Hugh Rogers were vi.s
iting in Weavervillp and Mars Hill
Sunday.
Rev. ami Mrs. II. (.. h reenian wei e
called to l-rankhn on last 1-ridav to
attend the funeral of Mr. Jonatnan
'Phillips. ' Mr- Phillips was one of
the leading citizens of Macon countv.
"Wifey: What is thP difference be
tween direct taxation and indirect
taxation?
Huboy: 1 ne same, as the differ
ence between your askmjr mo for
money and proinR through mv pockets
1 ! 1
Lit muMmk iUiiiiii.iiwii
co. in- i - iines.-ee !sr . aoi op apli s. I ' en in West
,i:i ii. in some in-j nessce. prove what erin be don
lie, k, a lor ueiiei .i-1 snelr methods.- ; ire o. 1 -in
-.'.tiih... .. .I In- iar..l- i-uirmt r 'alowni): down a b.idlv v:
.11. Ill coop- I .11 ion pioep
: ''Ii . Ml l ie I en- son .
rn v. ,ii Pot n i voids ! jobs
mo.: e . i :. ii; and j
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i'tis'l.O!' I ;.,,' 1 w o I
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V TIC
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NOTF.
i K .OF
S J OOO Oil
t NTY nh H A YWooj). s-TATK
y NORTH CAROLINA KKV-
M H A NT1C) !'A TION NOTK
.a..., :;...i- i-.r ac '.e note will he
:eiA , until Io : oo ,. cb'-ck "; m .
oaiii v o. I;,,, i. ,-,v trie l.Aiil jvV
.:n,r.t i :r,m-si.,:! N-dth tar-'
: .., at l's othce P.aleigh. lor the
OF SAL
Solid. (HI
op HAYWtK
CAROLINA
.o is tor the aoove note will
. d until 10:011 o'clock a. m..
o. 1 L' j t , bv the Loc-.il Gov
( emmi.-sion ot Narlh I a ro
ts, otlice. in Raleigh lor the
te dated February 1. 19J4.
.liny 1, PM-J. without option
payment. Lucre will lx no
1 "e ' l , to icCtd
. iinum. Tne not0 will be
at the- highest, price offered
titan par and accrued lnter-
pei'ior ( ujit ot Haywood Lount..
, the 15th cay uf November. l'j;!o
d-.lault having 1 een beer, .made in "i
payment if the indebtedness the:,
.secured, wln-ieby the power of
became ipeiative, the undersigr.
trustee w,!l. on Moiidav. Febiu.c
12 1!'.'.4 at eli veil o'clock, A. M.
the coin: iiuu.-e door in Waynes v:;.
Haywioii Cunty North Carol:,
sell for ca.-h at public sale, to 'r
highi st bidder, a one-half undivi-i.-interest
in and to -the following ,
scribed parcel or tract of land to-',., r
Situate, lying arid being in t:.
town of C.iitton. Haywood Count.
Noith .(,'arolina, and more particul.-. '
Iy bounded and descciibeci by m, .
and bounds as follow-:
BEGINNING at a -take in t:,
coiner of North Main .,iid Xewf-.jr...
Streets, and runs with the Ea-t ma;
gin of North Main Street, 100 fe,:
to a stake; theuce S. SC 20 1-i
!r feet to a .-take in West margin
a 20-foot alley; thence S- 1H' 45' W.
with ma i gin of said alley 64 feet ti
a .-take in Northwest margin of New
found Street; thence S. 06 ;j0' W. :
feet to the BEGINNING, togetia
with the right to the mutual use of
20-foot alleyway as .shown on ma;
made by J C. Haynes. C. E. date!
October. Iit2d, uid recorded in Ma;.
Book !." page "P " with the fr, ,
ami unrestricted right of egress an.
i egress over and across and alorv
with the alleyway. to which .-aic
Map and record referencce i.s hereh;,
made for a full and complete de.se.'-;:..
tion of said ullevway.
This 25th day'Jaunaiy, libM.
GEO. H YARL)
Tins,
No. 15i- -Feb.
Buy ajiplying for position: Ai
you a football fan'.'
Employer:' Why do you ak. siu-n
inipei tinent ejuestion?
Boy: 1 want a bos- who can :
u-asonable when. I tell him 1 have
go to my gr.indmother'.s funeral.
I he w, is in ua .i m
TI lie V B lopsoil A
.sirtiicps almost iti.
t ion?, is now h,
owners o' tu, jci
wit ll I lieir ( ounl v ..
nesee allev Auili
and forests l,v Hie
economic:.! ni- i!:,,ii
po ei nniem xp
, . arfare on son ,
forni: readiu.- ini.-r,!
tires, and ' lieno o'
methods. I he in .
erof ion i. sinnl.-irlv
the farmers standpovne. nrosion repre
sents a consiiirr.ihle ainuial loss of
the fertility of Uie so.l rroiu which
lie draws his living. En?mors ar
concerned with the problem of erosion
because deposits oT silt reduce the
usefulness of reservoirs created by
such structures as Wilson dam at Mus
cle Shoals, Joe "W heeler dam 151 miles
above it, and the Norrts dam near
Knoxville the latter two now under
construction by th? Tennflmee Valley
Authority.
Knginers estimate that storaRe ca
pacity of the Wilson dam pool has
been reduced 10 per cent in less than
a decade. At euch a rate. the invest
nieht in ftoraze reservoirs would be
wiped out in the , course ; yf-ars.
whereas, the datns themselves are
eonstruftpd to stand ifor many rn
tip. New Methods U$d
The methods of combatting erosion
perliaps most familiar to farmers are
the . bniUlin? of terraces, on sloping
lands and tlio piling of brushwood in
Rallies. Nowadays,, farmers of tlie
Tennessee Vallpy are making addi
tional ivs? of vines, bushes and sap
linss by praeticin-t forestry niet hods
of erosion.
The' '.aceompanyjn'g "btloic umi jf-
I ii-
nows a
ed
t.inu durins tne wmti r sea
n. lie nas lime for s;: ii odd
erosion control. P.-iUdc o
-1 wss liikf-n 12 .vears later. :l:r v;,mo
spot now scow,,, irsu-ad of Ii.,-,. sub
soil -i: capable of iirixlucmir anvthi'mr,
a fine stand -ot -black bicnst whi -iv will
he eiit for feme r.ots in n f, i,.w
:.ie.i tea! foresfrv-.-ln .iililitiori.M.-.r:v l.ners o' fnibn
,iV lor eiiocKing j if Cii aio, oimr deciving vie., p.f'nrt
to-;old. 1-roni iare bnildnie - up a new and foi liir lop.
soil so that future- tre prowfh nitl be'
speeded
Successful Projects Visited
These photoeraphs were exhibited
during: a recent conference at Jackson,
Tennessee, of foresters from Tennes
see, Kentucky, Indiana. Ohio, .Missouri
and Mississippi winch wan attended bv
Edward C. M. Richards, . chief forester
of the Tennessee Valley Authority, The
subject of the meeting was the 'part
that practical forestry plays in check
ing soil erosion; A two-day field trip,
including such successful projects as
the one pictured, demonstrated con
clusively that the forester is a valu
able ally of the farmer.
Forestry methods similar to those
employed by the West Tennessee
farmer will be used where appropriate
by the Tennessee Valley Authority on
approximately H6.000 " acres of land
surrounding the Nbrris dam reservoir.
Already .those methods are b -inc pruc
t iced, by ennt ract wit ir. t h cm. :; er. on
2'3.006 acres of such -lands'.,'.'..
; ' In addiiioii. the Authority i.. u: l!i:c
fanhcr.s of the X'orris' daiu wa'pr.-hed
to build t'M i'.tees. fi!! in wi'ih ...' and
plant . sod-formitvK.. crops not to. pre..
Vent the Nort'is iiatir pool from f :.:!.;';?
with -i.i bat lo improve . aj::i t :::iril
tijeir oa iar.di.
READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS
Famers Fedeiratiomy m
Bejrinnin": todav. the Waynesville warehouse of the Hay
wood County Farmers Federation will become a part of
the Farmers Federation, Inc. It will offer Haywood County
farmers the services of a marketing department, hatche
ries, etc, and offers the advantage of combined buying
power of twelve warehouses for rock-bottom prices o n
farm supplies. George Brown will continue as Waynesville
warehouse manager.
Stock and Poultry Feeds Fertilizers
'Guilt Edge Field Seeds-Garden Seeds, high Quality
Cement, Hardware, Garden Tools at railroad siding prices
Plant Haywood County Certified Potatoes
Through cooperation of county farm agent W. D.
Smith and the Haywood growers of certified seed
potatoes, this warehouse will handle these pota
toes and recommends them to the farmer.
Poultry buying days: Tuesdays, Fridays
(Highest market prices paid)
EGGS BOUGHT EVERY DAY
Baby Chicks from the Federation Hatcheries
Place your order at this warehouse for purebred chicks
Fairmnieirs FederatBinv.
NEAR DEPOT
Asheville. Canton
Craggy, Newbridge,
sonviUe, Forest City,
Fariview Siding, Tryon.
Spindale. Morganton.
WAYNESVILLE
Fretcher. Hender-
when 1 m asieep.
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