W. D. SMITH'S
First Came, 26-0
Feed is going to l high and scan
this winui. e must feed vur own
home Jive stock and those belonging
to government. It is n-ot too late to
grow ,( wjnter feed. It is om,r
to be a great day for Haywood count
ty when all farmers practice having a
growing crop on cultivated land l'
. months of each year. This not only
prevents erosion but furnishes a good
winter pasture f,- several weeks,
rimers cover every acre vou can
witn rye and vetch, two bushels of
, tne latter per acre. Remember vetch
is a legume. If you want a winter
nay crop try this mixture:
1 bushel winter oats, 1 bushel
wheat, 1 bushel barley, and 20 pounds
of vetch to each acre. This mixture
to be cut in the bloom stage in the I
inis mixture should be sown
Ui m of rooki A ! i
:::: v : . ; oi v .
''' :c minjtcs
';-i itt-i Va;.nes:;i.
i I the ball iifi.ii-
i- and cKislcd to
Friday. In -hi-
'f the c.pei:i::g
. 1 bc-v- who haw o.
tor sale should
-pen: at once. J,' t.
with the agent a;
constantly c-ui t:jr
are coming in aWt
'O clean rye iced
with the county
kit'p in touch
t i !lli- Oi-i ...... ,..-v
Some iniuirie t.'rst touchdown of tin
Iy6 r.ot !e: your potatoes g0
you are compelled to ,lo 0 'unle
the price advances. The entire
? .im'.1 ""M States is short. The
stnke is over and prices should ad-
a ru e
Ate you treating your grain seed
before planting? Wh,.at ,,.i
M'aias treated before planting make
higher yields- Two ounces per bushel
at once on the tobacco land, where the! wheat If' vou?1',?' :orbo ,"U'
! county agent.
And Answers On
be- saved for
year's flock should
en; mis coming season
Answer: A great deal will de
pend upon the duality of the birds
when going out of lay but the late
moulters in good weight and whose
production has been up to standard
will be profitable. These hens will
have a decreased .production of ap
proximately 2o' per cent but, with
egg prices going up. a good hen
should be saved as thev would cause
over-crowding and lessen production
of all brrd.s.
Question-: What fertilizing mate
rials are recommended for winter hay
Answer: For 'thin.. '....
the Piedmont and Mountain sections
an application of 400 pounds to the
acre of a 4-10-4 fertilizer gives best
results. In the Coastal Plain sec
tion an equal of an 4-8-4 is recom
supplemented with a top dressing of
from 50 to 100 pounds of a quick
acting nitrogenous fertilizer such as
nitrate of soda or sulphate of ammo
nia applied about March 1. A good
Coat of stable nl!iTiinv nvi.. tw. ....
. - ....... v.. v imj ui- flJ-
plied during the fall and winter in
stead of the commercial fertilizer and
will give good results.
K. Shook, et ux to
oyii. ,,, acres.
Cornelia Wood, t0 ,1 1
lot. W. S. Hicks, ,-t n lo
nisoii, 4 tracts.
J. L. Jones, et ux to M
. A Jam i't UX to Ceo. Wright
( San1t'l,L'li- l'1 ux Hayuood
Mutual Stock Yards. I acre
(-rove.- Davis, Comm.. to Airs. Kllen
McC racken, lots.
Jiu-vis Thompson, et ux to
iliompson, 1 acre.
r Claud V. Thompson to
ThoiiipsDii, '-j. acre.
",' , Ivy: Hill
Arthur fonard. et ux to
Allison:. 20 iicres
, (; i" w. ; .hi 1,,-s
Oberia K, Padgett to ('. S. Loo, lot
turniture Co., lot.
W . j. lil'iiddock, to ('.' S. Tee Jot.
ioiced to punt I-rom near the fifty
yard marker the locals worked the
ball on hue plunges and reveises to
tne n yard line. Then on a well ex-
l i Uted l eVt'l-se Snnini.iv.n.. J ,u
son M,, ......
tailed to L'ain the nvti-i ,.,. ... i.i.
thrust at the line was stopped'short
In the tirst few plays Phillips,
Hayesvilles ciuarterback, was forced
Horn the gnne due to iniurwfc. In
ne same time a teammate was re
moved for the same reason. Led by
iiuken the western t.'iim ..,m,i i.,,,..'i
I -r , '' l'Vt'r-v uu'h of ground.
! ine MountainetTs scored in each of
j the next three periods. Yount inter
cepted a piss and ran fifty yards to
i score. Moore added an extra point
tinougn the line. Summerow passed
to t aptain Koss for forty yards and
Keeves smashed the line for the needed
three yards. Hyatt pulled the most
-pictaculiw play of the game when
he pulled a pass out of the hands of
three Havesville nl
l "Ill k-V n
.andiitg up. Potoat place kickod
an extra point with the same foot
upo wh:ch he habitually limps. Thus
wilh only two regulars from last
years-Western .North Carolina Ch:mi-
j pions the local !. oys won the first game
ru their eleven game schedule to
i the tune of. L'ti to I).
The en; ire team looked snletnli.t
especially v!o u Ls remeinbered that
many of the boy.- were, playing 'their
first game, .mi lmlv ol' t ht-m were
u'guiars tor Die first time. In the I
iiackfield. Suniincrow was about the i
i mi u ranking reserve; Moore. Yount
...... ".-. a i sopnomoies, wort
su-ingers last ear In the litu
i.eaflierwood, a freshman. have
knew what a football was three week
ag".. win, t,,, exception of Koss'an
. '"cat. the others were reserves from
a--i year. ( aptain HosS and 'l-impin
'ml'". wei,. stars ol last season
'""-i' 1 "am v oaf herbs- was
"t ii piea.se.l with his ivim, and with
" on n o, mmigos and ti;u land, last
regulars, along with some absent
st i e s i lie team will improve nior(
wian un,. huiidted per - cent by th
mnuiio ol the season.
I.itie-up and summary
Lion Causes Much
Escape Jn Parade
Kich-,!..::.!. A dens,!y P.,ckeJ
. -' l'Ml persons was
u.:' '''''' u Kl:nc when a lion of
"'Ktback-Wallace Circus e.-cap-V"
, ' !'Vm a l';lrt" 'iuntig a sueet pa-
'i .in tore from his prison soon
"- w:e paraoe left the state fail
: i- oj.kis ami swung down Boulevard
He stunted menacingly down half
o.o.k or more while frightened men
svomen and ,4i;i,lvi, ,.. i ...
,, - - .-c .11 u-i eti iianu-
eally. A no icon .m sii.i, i. . i: ...
. - - ---- ..t .-..vi. .,v uie jioii
missed, hitting an innocent bystand
The lion was finally slain by a
moumen cowtioy attached to the
hospital. It was believed his condi
tion was not serious.
KEEP POl'LTKV KECOKDS
A! 1SES Ml. I)EAKSTY,E
I'MON MISSIOXAKY SOCIKTY
1 MKKT AT FRAN ITS COVK
The Union Missionary Society svill
meet at the Francis Cove church on
1'iiday the 2Mh of SeptemlK-r at S
p. m The program will be featured
by talks hv thr --nt
. - - . v.i iiiinisie.s
irom Wiiynesville and Mn. V. (;.
iiyers win also have a place on the
program. Kvoryono is cordially in
vited to be present
First Customer: Waiter, bring me
a plate of hash."
Waiter (calling back to the kitch-cnr-Centleman
says he'll risk it,"
S.comt Customer: "Waiter. I'll
t (ke t he same."
Waiter (.-ailing ba,k to th., same
Micnon i : .AnoDior sport "
1 r.eir t!o-, ks svill s
of milking a pit
teed p:ices, ,;,v,
he .d of tile S;;iu
With a well-kept record. D
lvyman can find the weak p
bis flock managemen; when
are low and thus ,l.o. ,,,;,
no to remeoy the situation
1'earstyne warned against irving
to save money by doling out small
quantities of feed to the birds. Such
practic,, will lower egg production
""i""' me vitality of the birds, and'
in i cast- uie mortality rate.
True, he said, it is good policy to
provide winter grazing . j order to
CUt down ,i f.l .... ... i .
, 1..' V 1 l'MS. OUt tniS IS
ads usable because winter .'razing is
neneheial. Non-benetici,.! ..).. ..u ,.i .
not be wtitnt.sj u.. I.-
priced feeds, he warned. ' "
i, . ,r : ' -i;''ie hi state coi-i
's "'u-ring complete system of
yrd-keeUmg free to all poultry
men within Oi.. .-.,i n r. ,
.,, , 1 Mv""i. neconi imioKs
svil be .sen t., 1, i. . . , .
f., , , r w,sn tnem
nooks contain shunt ; i.: .1-
inonth-by-month records can be kept,
it tile poultrvmiin uili .,.i i '..
. . hi uiese
ack to the colleire each month ,i
-try specialists will be glad 1,,'fi,-,,
for. them the follosvimr iIm., r.,.,A
cost, mash cost ner bird. v...li,u f
eggs produced, return above feed cost
mash and grain consumed, and other
aluaole pointers. Dearstyne said.
Tli. j i... . i. i .
v ivi-oiu oook aiso contains in-j
ctibiition and brooding v..,-r.--..l f,,..,v,o I
an egg record sheet which should j
I'c of great advantage to the poultry- '
Ml-.AHY WORK- (iOOI) VY
RK1.1AH1.K MAX WANTKI) to call
on farmers. ,, experience or cap
ital needed- Write today. McNESS
CO- Dept. S.., Freeport', Illinois, p,J
.Ml.K HorcLK knitting and cm.
cheting yams, $2.00 pe.- pound.
W rite lor samples to Harrill Knit
ting Company, Rutherfordton; N C
1 time charge.
WAN V fl-r
125 or ;?4M.
HOA.RDKRS WANT K 1) for the win
ter. Rates $5 a week Mrs. Lee
Fisher. Hazelwood. tf
W ANTFD WiM girisenjr, ,1 v or
gren, highest market price. Cash
Pa. col post. express or deliver
Reference. Hank of Clyde N C
1. M. ( agle, Clyde, N. Y Oct 1 '
(u-andf;ithr (t.osonl- "iv.oi .,
hosv's thf, baby?" ' " '
Son (on a visit) : "He's all riglr
but he hasn't all his toes on one foot!"
Crandfather: 'How's that" How
many has he?"
. Son: '-Oh, five on one foot ajtd
five on the other!"
tablt? scraps good
-.Answer:' Table scraps are usually
an extremely concentrated, highly
seasoned food anil often produce dire
results if the ; birds are allowed' to
gorge themselves. Where only a few
birds are kept and fed only a grain
ration the scraps undoubtedly-: supply
sonip of the deficiencies brought about
uy such a ieeuing- metnod. I his sys
tem of feeding, however. Hoes not
bring out the best in the birds and
causes low vitality ..as well as a de
creased production. For best re
sults all birds should have the proper
ration and be well housed.
Question: What grasses are recom
mended for permanent pastures in
Aits a sajnixiiu ss-waS aix :osuy
with the type of soil and location. The
grasses that would do well in the
Coastal Plain section on loamy soil
would '-.be unsuited to -'other: soil conr
d.itions in the Piedmont section, A
full list of the recommended mixtures
for dlffprpnt tdftiino TStf -onVoM f Vr I
tension Circular No. -202, copies of
which may be obtained free from the
Agricultural Editor at State College.
iJED CROSS REGIONAL CONFER.
ENCK IN ASHEVILLE TODAY
The Regional Conference of the Red
Cross will be held at the Battery
Park Hotel in Asheville on Friday,
tion will take place between :30 and
10:00 and will be followed by two
sessions, one in the morning and a
noon luncheon session,
Mr. Herbert K. Caskey, chairman
of the Buncombe County Chapter of
the Red Cross, will preside over the
meeting. Among those on the pro-
M 1 T TT TI' T- . . .. .
gram win oe nev. n. . naucom.
who with several others svill be in
attendance from Waynesville.
The various talks, on the program
will deal with the problems of the
Red Cross in relation to the current
needs, first aid programs for schools,
and home hygiene, .
Peas For Good Hay
I he Austrian winter pea has been
proven by comparative tests to lie one
of Uu-bcst plants for winter hay mix
tures 111 tll.S Kill.,.
1 oas mixed with small grain usu
ally produce a higher yield than
vetch .mixed sviUh. small grains and
r:, a? make a palatable- hay, savs
(.- hliur, i'Xfen.-o.n agroitoinist lit
btate ( oljege.
; u inter hay mixtures should'he sown
in -October, he said, af.cr the see.t bed
! bee,, prejiared by disking ,. s.,a.
low jilowing and harrowing, a pro. e-s
similar to the -preparation for sowing
?um" ihe seed may be 'drilled
in. or broadcast and covered svith
If the '-..winter hay fallows a crop
ol cotton or tobacco which received
as much as oOO pounds of fertikr.er
to uie acre, no fertilizer need-. be ap
plied to the hay field in the fall.
If the, hay is sown -on "around that
was not fertilized. heavTlv in the
spring, , then 200 pounds of Ki Pe
cent superphosphate and 25 pounds
i midi,, . in potasn should be ap
plied to the acre.
In either case, the hay should re
ceive a top dressing of T5 to 100
pounds of nitrate of soda to the acre
applied between March 1 . and 15
He suircested -mtnA- ho,.
as follows: for each acre to be sosvn.
two bushels of oats, one bushel of
barley, oiip peck of wheat, 2P pounds
of Austrian winter peas. Another
oiat win maKe good hay is
one bushel of wheat, one anil a half
ousels of oats, and 20 pounds of
The need for a good winter -hay
crop will be unusually acute this year.
Blair said, since the ordinary . supply
is not exDpcteH Jan until
The some 100.000 held of relief
cattle coming into this star,, and the
ffrought conditions , of the midwest
have created a larger demand for hay
and forage crops in the southern
states, he added.
j I .eat bo! wood
.v Scoring touchdown,
'touni; KeeVes. Hv.-m
First Downs- 1 1
2 by Havescin,,
Hayesyille. Ill y;n:ds.
Swift, l iner. MehallVy,
For HayesviHe: Prat
le. J 'oleat.
If A Blizzard Should Come Tomorrow
WOULD YOU BE PREPARED?
Sooner or later yon Will have lo have coal and perhaps a
heLXr b0(l'-bef0,'e hy either see what Ve
i-.Vnl, 1- ree
Much Land In This
County Suli'erinir (M
II K A T E RS
l luif is no advance in waHinclo order' vi.i'.r . u
wt.n't lie any cheaper, and certainly it w ill im( i-H i.ln,,,.
than the Famous MktiLOW (hat we feature and' rerom
mend to all our customers.
u o , ;. ".'w.. .si(
. , . rn u lvl'"-"i"n Servici
Hie 1 lotv.-l i t m.,vH .1- I...
.1,.., i' '" ""orior shows
i..i.iii,v. iw.f, iieen lost hecaust
f 'mo in " art'a .ln th(' 'urityl
.iwes, most in lorest land
o.souo acres are reported seriously
!.,,,).(, acres abandoned.
,... acres are less severely eroded
ami id i.44 acres; are eroded t, only a
c "fc" oegjee. i ne section most dam-
agecl by erosion is the Pigeoh River
' ' ' :"ii i '"m r erguson to iictrt at.
READ THE ADS
"I am 71 years old and hare Used
ThcdXord's Black-Draught about
forty years," writes Mr. W. J. Van
over, of Rome, Ky. "We are never
without it I take It as a purga
tive when I am bilious, dizzy and
have swimming to my head. Black
Draught relieves this, and helps me
ln many ways." . . . Keep a pack
age of this old, reliable, purely
veget.ablo laxative ln your home,
and take It for prompt relief at the
first sign of constipation.
He have just meiverl
a complete line of heaters
that you'll he satislied
with. All styles and 'sizes.
The price (as will he
interesting to you now
is the time to select yours
while (he stock is com
If you are planning to make any feed purchases this
year drop in and let us explain why we feature
I HIKO FEEDS. We found this brand to be the
best money could buy M us tell you why.
S HYATT & CO.
PHONES 4.' 1.37
AT THE DEPOT
Summary of Uniform Annual Rudolf i',mu rr" r ; . .T --
Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 1934 and (End n linp ?n iV TS-Ti . lmx For The
quirement of the lunici Fis with Ke-
Debt Service Fund . . ... . . . .'; ...
General Fund . . . ... .... ... ..... ,
Street Fund ................ ...
Light Fund ....................
Water Fund ........ .
TOTAL, 'ALL FUNDS
Revenue to He
than Tax levy
(f'ol. 1 Joss, ( oh
Taxes, Com mis.
sions on Collections
(Col. -3, pins Col O