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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1934
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER.
W. D. SMITH'S
The Haywood Cannery will receive , a
r.d h to handle the tomatoc; whtr.
tomafjes I'.r cannir.fr on aaturoay i y;.a
morning for tht- fir;: time "A":.!
Small over ripe, or partly g:ter. ; ,;&v
tomatoe.- .-noull r.j. oe fjiougn:
but these hutiM W u--ed at horr.t.
will r.e f'.a! to ex;
rr.e ? .turday- AnnHicemei
x:'. a.'.i'j te made .Saturday as to -Bt
day? r.ext week tomatoes wilPfce
Rerr.t-m'r.er the date a.vl w-4)er-
ate with the cannery.
Dead Boy Comes
Back To Life
N. Y. The
ctor -aid o.
il'ed the un-
Everyone in the crowd that gath
ered on the d-tk when the lad
Stanley Kadluboski, 10 years old, was
hauled' from Manhasset Bay agreed.
No one can tay under water ten
minutes and live.
CLYDE NEWS i
The annua! Hayr.es itunicn wHV be
held at th H. I'. Hayr.e.- old hpme
p'.ace, now the home of George C
Hayne.-, at ten o'clock Saturday, Au
gust 1- The (!evotion.-.l will te given
.-v Rev.'H. ". Freeman and Rev. E..P.
Md iacken. Th,. address lor the oc
casion will re deliveed by Y. E.
Bird, dean f We.-tern Carolina
Teachers College, of Cullowhee. Ail
the children, grandchildren, and greet
grandchildren of Arch Haynes, John
Havne.- Henry Haynes, .Mrs. -Mary
A doctor examined the body. No Havnes McCracken. Margaret H--ynes.
pulse, no breathing, no movement. Snyder, Kis-iah Haynes Queen, and
i he boy wfc dead.
The coroner came He shouldered
his way through the group gathered
about the silent form, and made his
professional examination. He exe
cuted the paper- of death. One can
not drown in Manhaiset Bay except
there he coroner's papers later to
make it official-
The crowd remained, awaiting the
arrival of the undertaker.
John Syme.s of the Nassau county
police wa.s present. He' was not too
experienced with tragedy of the
sea. but at police school he had paid
attention to the course on life saving.
As they waited for the hearse,
Syme- stepped forward.
"Let rr.e show you fellows how
they taught lis to .save lives at po
lice .ch.!, ' re -remarked. .
Th policeman !nt over the body
of the r...iy who had been pronounced
dead two' hours before. The steady
pump:hg of arms the pushing of
che-t began. Artificial -respiration..
The cT'ine had .--impleted his re
port, and waited impatiently for the
undertake;.; Ir. Pavid Gurin stood
ne.'-.rhy. likewi.-e waiting
The lirr.p arms of S'aniey Kadlu
boski were oeing pumped rythmetical
ly as Offi. er .'ynie warmed up to hi.
exli i I .it i- -n ;.o!ice .school methods
of life -av:r.g.
One '.of Stanley Kadluboski".-. eye
lid.s t!utt-red. It wasn't much, but
Dr. Gurin saw it and leaped, forward
A f'-'.v minutrs later the boy hold
ing in hi- !e't hand a eertiiicate
stating- h.- depart..-! this life at 7:23
p. m.. wa.- -baking hands with the
and have a yood
And Answers On
Question: .Some of my pullets are
growing out light and are showing
s.gr..- of leg weakness. What is the
trouble ir.ti how un it be corrected?
Answer: The trouble may be the
result of one of many causes but
there are two things that should be
done under lr.ee condition.-, first,
cntck the ration carefully and :te
that a balanced ration is fed If
the green feed has become coarse and
tibious add one per cent of cod liver
oil to the scrat-.h feed. A second
cautt is worm infestation. Open up
the intestinal tract cf .several typical
cases and examine for worms. If
b-und, take the rie.e.-.-ary steps to rid
the Hock of the infestation.
Question: I- it too '.ate te cut
!es.e.ieza for nay?
Ar.-wer: Le.sped.eza should te cut
for nay when it is in full bloom or
w heri :t attains a height of 15 inches.
To wait longer will injure the quality
through ! s.- of the lower leaves. The
usuai date.- for cutting are from
August 1 to September 1 fur the
Koiean variety and from -August 15
to October 1 lor other varieties The
crop will make enough second growth
to .'(--seed the land if cut early.
TRUSTEE'S SALE ,
p,.. v . - r'r.. Dower of ,a.e
r.-.-rains-i-i in a 'certain " ' tifeetf' "oft
trust made by Mrs. Minme iRam
cev t widow i J. J- Ramse
Norma Ramsey ' Harris. and
Husband. D. H. Harris, A nr. a Kate
Zink, and husband. R. W. Z.r.k, and
Will B. Ramsey, to the undersigned
irus-ee. dated September 4- 1?.
and du'.v registered in the office ...yi
-he Register if Peed.- for Haywx-d
Count v, North Carolina, jn Boole- ti
Mortgages and Dee as 'of- Trust No.
22, at page 541 to which reference is
hereby made; and default having
been made in the payment of the in
debtedness sec ui d by said deed if
trujt. whereby the power of ale
contained has become operativ.e .-aid
undersigned Trustee will, on Sep
tember 14, 1934 at Twelve o'clock
Noon, sell at public auction, for cash,
at the Court House door in Waynes
ville, Haywood County, North Caro
lina, the 'following described real es
tate, situate, lying and being
In the City of Canton, Haywood
County, North Carolina, being a house
ami lot fully described in a deed
from Geo A. Greenwood, et a'., to
W. B. Ramsey and W. H. Redmon, by
,i i ,i ...... i o.:.v, t n....V-a- i qoa n,-,i
ueeu udLc.j o.u ui v,wl.i, av-j, ...... j
registere'i in the omce oi tne r.egis
ter of Deeds of Haywood County. N
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE OF SALE
Ufc'er 2id t'y '' 'tue of tne author-, NOTBT CAROLINA,
jty g'.ven to tne undersigned .Iruslae
a certain deed of trust execi.t r-
J. M. Curtis and wife, Iua F.
dated Januarv 26, l.r'i. an
cord in the office of the Re
and li re-
at page 24o.
Question: What vegetables are re
commend, d fo.- planting for the fall
and winter garden?
Answer Snap leans, turr.ps,
mustard, and spinach are the main
crops for planting at this time
However, in extreme eastern r-ectior.s
it L- not too late to plant bush lima
beans, sweet corn, and set plants of
celeiy and tomat-s. The time of
seeding all vegetable .-rops and the
rate of planting for the different
sections is given in Extension Cir
cular No 122, copie- of which may
be secured by writing the Agricul
tural Editor, State C ollege at. Raleigh.
Reading at Distance
From ex;rim-iits li.n.b' regarding
the most favorable eV.l..r c.'.nd.iiiat.oiis
for reading at a .b.stanoe . it was f..urid
that the most leyiMe- pi .t was black
urxjn yellow bla kL-rmind. The order
of merit obtained for different com
binations is as follows: (1) black on
yellow; (2) green on white; (.'!) red
on white; (4) Mm- on whit.-; (5)' white
on blue; (o) hl.-o k on White ; (7) yel
low on black; (s) uh.te on red .; (!
white on green; (b) white on black ;
(11) green on re.!; () re! ..n green.
Oldest Methodiit School
r. :ndolph-M:.ioii eollese at Ashland,
Va.. is the oldest Metlioijist school in
America. It was founded in
Chanty Havr.es I'less are request-!
to be present. Come and bring a
basket of dinn
Mi.ss Doris McCracken of Lake
Junaiuska pent the week-end with
.Miss Frances. Fim-her.
Mrs, T. 11. Haynes and two children,
Linda and Levi, were A.-heville visi
Mi.- Iis .McCracken is visiting
Mrs. R. C. l-'.ng and Mr. and Mrs.
( orev McCracken of Iake Junaluska
Mrs. Way RaU-lilfe and children,!
f'hrvstelle and Edwin, spent Sunday .'
with Mrs. Ruth Med ford."
Messers Ernest Suttles and Tracy i
I an were visitors in Asheville one i
day last week.
.Miss Sara Long of Lake Junaluska -.
was m town Friday.
.Mr. ami Mrs. John E. Wilson of
Nashville. Tenn., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Smathers anil Mr. John
Mr. P. K. Medi'oi d i- spending his
vacation - at Atlantic City, N. J. and
Philadelphia. I'enn. with friends.
Mis- Louise McCraoken shopped :n
A-r.evi!'.e last Thur-dav.
Misses Frances Leatherwood and. ' !"'-'-'---1-'-' )" tht s-'iminisirationV
Jn,,,, i..rv..L-.. '.. ,h c;,,. !og--am, and signs a credit state
i... : D.,;..l;.. , . Jl .11
oa in jvaiioiie i.-..e.
Mr, -and Mrs, John F.. Webster and
children of Oklahoma ( 'ity, )kl:i. are
visitinjf .Mr. and Mrs, George Roger
arid Mr. and Mrs. P. Ki Medford.
Mis- I'eail Bake,- of Murphy is the
hou-e gue.-t of Miss Sibyle Anderson.
the V. W. A. of Clyde Baptist
ehuivh .-n'ioved a hike to Morgan
Mounta.n wh.ere they spread a picnic
-u.iiier on Thurlay evening. Those
mak.ng the hike were Mi.--s Ann-M,-f
'ra.. ken. Vivian-' Haynes, K.ithryr:
i '..ill in.-, E'iwina Br. .,k-. Lin la Haynes,
I.-iie. W- oks, Virginia Collin-, l.oui-i-Mi-Crackell,
Franoe- Leatherwood. and
I.i is Havne-.
'.Miss Hilda Rogi-i - delightl uiiy t-n-
tertaineil a group ot ner ineivia : t
her home Friday evening, in honor of
Mi.- Caiolyn aid Mr. John Marsha'!
Webster of Oklahoma City, Okla.
Several interesting games were en
joyed after which refreshments, were
served. Those present Were Miss Bar.
b:e Havnes, .Mis- Evelyn Fin '".ii.
Mi-s Ruth -Anderson.. Miss Sheila .Par
rielle. Mi-s Anna Jean Swayng;m,
Carolyn Webster, John N'orri-, K: - rb
Leatherwood, -Tom I.oatherwond, !-j 1
Chambers. Irving Broughtan, Jack
(ireene. Weaver McCracken. Jrv
.a: le.- I'enland. Frank I't-niaitl.
Robert Hall, H.illiard Nnrris, Bi uce
Brown, Bud Anderson, and John Web.
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route
. of 800 families. Write immediate
ly. Rawleigh Co., Dept. .NCH-o-SA.
Richmond, Va. Aug. 9-23pd
WANTED Wild ginseng, dry or
green, highest market price- Cash.
Parcel post, express or deliver.
Reference. Bank of Clvde, N. C.
D. M. Cagle, Clyde, N. C. 9-6-pd
Rely on Reputation
poine wiUl cre;,t':res use the danger
ous replltal oil ..t their neigi.bi.rs to
protect tliemselves. ir. iiotahle in
stance is the rattlesnake, which lives
to South America, where iimii of-'thc
most ..poisonous snakes also live.' The
rattlesnake appears n have learned
that all creatures fear these venomous
enemies, and as lie has a very limited
supply of poison in his fangs, he re
serves It for emergencies, relying on
his likeness to his more dangerous
companions for safety. .
FOR R E N T Five-room house
in Eaft Waynesville. Occupants
. moving to own home fifteenth. Mrs.
Jerry Leatherwood- ltpd.
riANOS-i-Wanted a home in which
to place small high grade upright
or fine Baby Grand Pianos with
prospects of selling in order to
save reshipping expense. Will sell
for balance on monthly payments
Write Factory Representative Box
1-141. Asheville, N. C.
Consistency or I-of .
Fog is a heavy mist consisting of
tiny globules of water floating-in. the
air. Fogs on or near the sea are
clouds come down to earth thgt spread
out more than in the sky. '.The fog
that forms over cities Is the damp mist
combined with smoke, dust and other
impurities in the air. Feg come when
the upper air acts as a blanket tad
keeps the misty air down.-atil the
wind blows it away.
How U. S. Housing
Plan Will Operate
Washington George Jones now
can get a new "'.' .roof ,n. his
house in much the .-a me. way he buys
a on- o.- r.-.dio ou the installment plan.
This is the way he g-oe.s' about it
under rule.- and regulat ior.. is-ued
today by the federal housing adminis
tration: With, a cost estimate from his
bu.ldei or architect, Jones goes to a
bank, or another lending agency co-
bank :s satisfied, as to Jones'
credit, standing and anility to repay
and as to the .soundness "' of the im
piovemerit. it gives him the 'S5.UW in
exchange for a phomisory note.
Jones can hire a contractor or pur-o.'.a-e
the supplies and do .the. woj k
If he piefeis, Jilie.- can take his
credit .statement to a c ntractor or
sujiply dealir, -.vr.o ' obt.-.ir:s iredit
a,opr.,v.l from a tinaricial i r. t : t u t i . . : : .
'I he Contia.t-r put,- the new :o,,f
and Upon co.-iiplet.on of the Job: re
ceives a note from' Jones. The con
tractu' "hen the iiote '.- the
Join.- can mi... ke monthly- payments
, n 'the '-loan over a pi-rio.: a- long
a.- three year.-. L'r.less it is rnUre..i
by' state law, the tinancing agency
will not- demand any ,-eiurity.
J. .ne.- cu'd i bt-ain a single loan
for as much as -2 Uoo but hi- an
nual income -.voubi h..ve to :e at
iea-t iive time- .s much a- the
amount he would "pay on ;:.-; svte in
a year. The bank- wwjti.l not accept
hi.- n.'.e, moreover. :f .ielinquent taxe.--,,r
,is,se--:r,e-r..- were outstanding
The tinaiuing charge will be not
in, re than " per Jluo a year in in
tei est,-'discount or fees.
i . ir. Book No,
which I,, k and page :.nd reference
is herebv made. Also a deed from
W. H. Redmon and wife to W. B.
Ramsey, dated May 10, lt-27. recorded
in Book 74, at page 400, to which book
and page reference is herebv made.
Beir.tr the "THIRD .TRACT" de
scribed in the deed of trust above re
This the 10th dav of August, 1934.
JOHN H. McELROY.
No. 238 Aug, Ki-23-;j6-Sept. 6-13
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, September 10. 1934,
at eleven o'clock A. M at the court
house door in the town of Waynesville,
in Haywood County. North Carolina
I will sell at public outcry, to the
highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing lands and premises, lying and be
ing in Haywood County, North Car
olina, and bounded and described as
Tiact No. I. from load coming to
street, E. 103 feet to oak tree in
th,. Smathers line; thence with
Smathers line going North 193 feet;
thence going West 139 feet ; thence
with the road to the starting point
l.'o feet. Thi- being lot' No. 1. as
per -urvev of J. C. Havne-, made Mav
he 31, lb2tl.
Sale made pursuant to power of
- le c hferreii unon the undersign!
tiu.-t-" by virtue of a deed of trust
executed by Mr-. Polly Harding and
husband. Bob. Harding, dated Octo
ber 12, 1932. ;.nd recorded in Book
.'ili. page 4'ti. Record of Deeds of
Trust of Havwood County.
This August 10, 1934. "
o J, R. MORGAN,
' : Trustee
No. 239 Aug. Pi-23-30-Sept. C.
Carobna. in Book of MortWrts and
Deeds of Trust No. i on page 1'-',
default having been made in the. pay
ment of the indebtedness thereby .se-
tired and the holder o;' tne notes
secured thereby having reque.ste4-he
Trustee to offer the hereinafter de
scribed premises for sale in accord
ance with the power containei in
said deed of trust th- under-jigntd
will offer for sale to the highest bid
der for CASH, at the Court House
door in Waynesville Haywooo Coun
ty, North Carolina, the following, de
scribed land at 12:00 o'clock noon,
:n Monday, August 20th. 1934, that
property lying and being in th; Town
of Canton. County of Haywood, and
State of North Carolina, ta-wit:
Lying and being in the Town of
Canton. Beiverdam Township, Hay
wood County, BEGINNING at a
.-take in the Northern margin of Wa
ter Street, corner of J. M- Curtis'
residence lot. and runs thence North
17 1 45' We-t 129 5 feet with the line
of J. M. Curtis' residence property to
a stake in Williams' line; thence
North 5v 45' East, 109.5 feet with
the line of Williams' property to a
-take in C T. Wells line; thence
South 12'- East 120 feet with C. T.
Wells line to a stake in the North
err, margin of Main Street, corner of
the brick store building. Southwest
corner of C. T. WelU lot; thence S.
61 45' We-t 99-5 feet with the
Northerly margin of Main Street at
it inter-ection with Water Street, to
the point of BEGINNING; being
what is known as thP J. M. Curtis
store lot and the John M. Curtis
stable lot- and being the same land
devised in the will of John M. Curtis
deceased, to Joseph M. Curtis. J. Clar-ei.-e
Curtis. and Albert Curtis
and Laura S. Curti.s. record
ed in Book of Wills Number
4, at page 61, office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court for Haywood County.
Being also the same property describ
ed in a quit-claim deed from Laura
S Curtis to J. M. Curtis,, dated Dec.
2. 1925. and recorded in Book 69,
page 353, and being the same proper
ty described in a deed from J- Clar
ence Curti-.and wife, Anna C Curtis.
Albert B. Curtis and Laura S. Curtis,,
widow of John M. Curtis, to Joseph
M. Curtis, dated January 3. 1921.
I HAYWOOD ror.Tv
1 J. Vl Noland.
, J. H. Walker.
i ijhe undersigned, having be. ,
jptjjiHd.as Commissioner in the
entitled action, he- r'r.o rico
Superior Court of Haywood .'
I directing said Commissioner
. the land as hereinafter descr--,
1 the 27th day of August, l.-,
f I, will, therefore, on the 2"
I of August, 1934, at 10 o'elcc-:"
at the Court House door in th
of Waynesyille, sell to the"v-i
binder lor cash the follow-in
scribed property. Lying and
;n tne lown oi Clyde. Hayw,..i
ty. N. C. and described a.- '
FIRST TRACT- rw-in ni ,
j stake in Charlie Brown's !in.,"
i with said line South 85-3u E;
feet to an iron stakP in Brow"'
thence South 14 West 67 fee:
inches to a stake; thence N-.r.
! East 67 feet to the beginning.
taining 469 square feet, more -I
Being the same land as carve
1 J. V. Noland and J. H. Waik-.-r"
j R. Francio and wife as Re.or
; Book 70. page 547, records of
j for Haywood County, N. C.
SECOND TRACT: Beginn rg j
an iron stake. Charlie Brown's cci
i r.er. thence with his line South f..?
j East 63 feet and 9 inches to a stai
thence South Z.U6 West 67 feet to
stake; thence South 14 West CG fe(
and 9 inches to the center of Va
State Highway; thence wim th,
center of the said Highway North 7
30 West 49 feet and 9 Inches; he-
North 2.03 East 122 feet to the EE
GINNNING. And being the saa
land that A. V. Haynes and wife sd
to J. V. Noland and J. H. Walker a
recorded in Book TO, page 545, &
cords of Deeds for Haywood crun,
Said salp being made pursuant t
order of the Clerk of the Supt'rit
Court of Havwood County. N C
This the 24th day of J'y, h-.'t.
GROVER C. DAVIS.
Book 58, page 47S.
Recor'ls of Deeds of Havwood Coun
ty. The above described property will
re sold subje.t to any and all taxes
This July 16th, 1934.
Wachovia Bank and Trust Com
Bv C. N. Walker, Assistant Trus
No. 231 Julv 26-Aug. 2-9-16.
The undersigned having
as administratrix of the e
A. J. Carver, deceased, this
fy all parties indebted to
estate to make immediate
to the undersigned. All pc-rs
ing claims against the said e
hereby notified to present t
to the undersigned for paymc
in onP year from the date
notice or this notice will be
in bar against the said clai:
This the 8th dav of Augus
MRS. A. J. CAR.V
Administratrix of thP Est;.
J. Carver, deceased.
No. 236 August 16-23-30-Se
TIMES DO CHANGE
Colfax (Wash. ( Gazette-Commoner.
A tar ago if a man had walked
down' the street carrying five S20-gold
pieces in tne hand and a bottle of
whiskey in the other hand, he would
have been arrested for carrying the
whiskey. Today, if he walked down
the street carrying the same things,
they would, arrest him for having
the gold, and would pay no attention
to his carrying the whiskey-
Indeed, things do change and are
changing. But changes usually add
to the interest of this remarkable
game of life. : Even the women folks
like to. play in the. game of "change-"
Aren't they shifting their furniture
eround these house-cleaning days
just to have the rooms look, different?
Liquid. Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops
Checks Malaria in 3 days. Colds first
day. Headaches or Neuralgia in 30
Fine Laxative and Tenic
Most Speedy Re rued ies Known
Having qualified as administratrtx
of the estate of Jane Yarborough, de
ceased, late of Haywood County, this
is to notify all persons having claims
agaiast the said estate to present
the game to the undersigned for pay
ment within one year from the first
publication of this notice or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of their
All persons indebted to the estate
will pleas make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
The the 2nd dav of August. 1934.
MRS- SALLIE MORROW.
Aug. 2-9-16-23-30-Sept- 6. . . '
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