LUSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1943 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAIN EER
Official And Timely Information On
(Continued from page 2)-
Be sure you have that
L f before bothering me uuaiu,
The local office maintains office
oe ... nnt one daily.
Lrs trom . , . r
afternoons are oeyweq i w
i jwds of details, wnicn mu
Kd for, and then the clerks
,rk far imo
u . jraith McCracken joined
M.mdav. Others are
s". ' u ;rkntrick. chief
'Sf. M'i"" Marie Plott and Miss
Ssunmu rrow, assistant clerks.
m . th nn v ones con-
ftiese lour "t
Ced with the rat.on.ng board
ho are pa.u.
ah War Ration Books I issued
A . r,nw in t.ho. armed
rces should be returned to the
led ration'" . ,
r-" i. xt o Drill ho issued
efore Kook i- fir
is Question will be asked, and the
.Jtv can be as severe as rejec
on of all rationing books and
Mrs. Lucille naram """
chairman ot voiumeer wu.c
aiding in issuing war muu..-.
Book No. 2. All persons who
-1 k, d. their Dit m mis wi
Ifort should contact her at once.
OP a fiirures it has saved tne
lerage family $2 per day by
Lping down prices.
i,..,. 0:1 nfu v emmovea or
ling volunteer work essential to
fee puDIK wuuoie i "
jffort, can now get a ceruncate to
quire a bicycle, if the need can
Carolina have filed I 1 hPro I wrtaxwy
point on the matter of insurance
coverage on automobiles covered by
mem wnicn are now being used in
:'Share-the-ride rlnho i
policyholder has any question, to
u on me saie siae, they should
consult with their agent or write
the State Insurance Commission in
OPA has issued a regulation
placing a maximum price on second-hand
vacuum rlnnon, TV,;-
protects customers from paying
imiatea prices lor the machines.
All Sales Of five PSSPntinl nB
iarm machines are now under price
control, whether sales m? k
dealers, auctioneers, or farmprs
I he items are harvesting machines
. o . f
comDines, corn pickers, corn bind
ers and motor or tractor operated
hay balers. The maximum is 85
of list price for 1-vear-olH ma
chines, and 70 of list price for
machines over 1-year-old.
in force, and anyone violat-
the law stanas a cnmive ux -their
pasoline rationing book
1 I X' nmanlmoTlta n V
made to the initial order. "If
fun, you'd better walk."
More than 200 insurance com
panies doing business in North
Last Friday the board o-rnnted
the following people tires and
Town of Wavnesville. Wavnes
ville, 4 truck recaps.
L. H. Bramlett. Wavnesville. 3
Lon Bowen, Wavnesville. 1
truck tire, 1 truck recap.
F.H. Caldwell, route 2, Wavnes
ville, 1 truck tire.
R. L. Davis, Cove Creek, 1 truck
Dr. W. L. Kirkpatrick, Waynes
ville, 2 passenger tires.
B. H. Burress, route 2, Way
nesville, 1 grade 3 tire.
Willard Russell, route 1, Way
nesville. 1 grade 3 nasseneer tire.
Joe Young, Wavnesville, 2 grade
3 passenger tires.
Mary E. Davis, route 2, Way
nesville. 3 grade 3 oassencer tires.
Vance Muse, route 1, Wavnes
ville, 2 gTade 3 passenger tires.
Eugene Craig, route 1, Wavnes
ville 1 grade 3 tire, 1 new tube.
G. E. Bailey, Hazelwood, 1 pas
L. H. Bramlett, Waynesville, 1
Leslie L. Moody, route 2, Way-
125 Main Street
DR. R. KING HARPE
Canton, N. C.
Packaged and Ready To Mail To Men In the
Army -Navy -Air Forces -Marines
Gold embossed official emblems of each branch of ser
v'ce on 50 sheets 50 envelopes. Boxed in C fl
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Special tinted official emblems in center of sheets of
Paper. (Boxed and ready to mail). 50 sheets
and 50 envelopes. Only
Special Folios for men in all branches of service 40
sheets and 30 envelopes, paper printed in several colors.
This is ideal for men on the move. (Pack-
eed and ready to maU). Special Qfy
Official United State
ktter sheet envelopes for rush photographic
wail to our armed forces overseas. 25 sheet and
50 sheet packages.
Camouflaged Jap Ship Set Afire by U.S. Fliers
f.. it ; ;
When th Japi camouflaged this big traaiport with palm and other tropical foliage so that it could move
through tht island dotted waters of the South Padfle without detection, they failed to take into considera
tion the sharp sight of our airmen. American fliers spotted the transport near New Guinea and gave II
the "works." The "clever" camouflsge helped our bombers, for the highly inflsmmsble stuff made a roar
ing furnace of the Jap vessel. This is an official U. 8. Army Air Force photo.
Question: What are some of the
symptoms of a horse or mule in
fested with internal parasites?
Answer: The first symptoms are
loss of weight and loss of appe
tite. Another good indication is
a rough coat of hair that is slow
in shedding in the spring. Then.
too, digestive troubles will develop,
especially colic. Other symptoms
are weakness and a lack of ability
to do work. Treatment is best ad
ministered by a veterinarian, who
uses phenothiazine and carbon
tetrachloride for roundworms and
carbon disulphilde for bots.
Question: Where are the best
sources of obtaining clean seed
with a high germination?
Answer: A. D. Stuart, State
College seed specialist, says clean
seed are readily obtained in North
Carolina in two ways. The farmer
may buy either certified seed with
the blue tag of the North Carolina
Crop Improvement Association, or
he may purchase seed showing an
official analysis tag on the bag
stating the seed has high germina
tion and purity.
go on continuously when metal and I zinc paint. Before applying the
wood are exposed to weather. For paint, the roof should be put in
this reason the machinery should good physical shape and all gut
be housed, if possible, and protected iters and low places should be
with paint and rease. Because of cleaned of fallen leave and dirt.
the slackening of farm work dur
ing the winter, this seaason forms
the best time for this important
Question : How is farm machin
ery best protected during the winter?
Answer: David S. Weaver, agri
cultural engineer of the extension
service, says rusting and rotting
nesville, 2 passenger recaps.
John Wyatt, Hazelwood, 1
1 grade 3 tire, 4 passenger recaps.
Millard Howell, route 2, Way
nesville, 2 truck tires, 2 truck
Frank C. Compton, Hazelwood,
J. Yates Bailey, Waynesville, 2
C. N. Allen & Co., Hazelwood,
W. A. Bradley, route 1, Way
nesville, 1 truck recap.
Ruth D. Patton, Waynesville, 1
N. C. James, route 1. Clyde,
1 truck tire, 1 truck tube.
C. L. Grahl, Waynesville, 1
George H. Smith, route 1, Clyde,
grade 3 tires, 2 passenger tubes. I
Question: How may rust of gal
vanized roofing be controlled ?
Answer: At the first sign of
rust, says D. S. Weaver, extension
agricultural engineer of State Col
lege, or when the roof shows dark
discoloration the galvanised roofing
should be painted with metallic
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, February 8, 1943, at
eleven o'clock a. m. at the court
house door in Town of Waynesville,
N. C, I will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry to the highest bidder for
cash, the following lands and pre
mises situate, lying and being in
Haywood County, N. C, to-wit:
FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING at
a rock at the mouth of Pig Pen
Branch and runs N. 63 W. 10 poles
to a spring branch; thence with
the center of the spring branch 28
poles to the center of the spring;
thence N. 37 W. 6 poles to a wal
nut; thence N. 76 W. 284 poles
to a locust in Cleve Caldwell line,
in line of D. A. Wood; thence S.
10 E. 20 poles to a chestnut; thence
N. 55 E. 7 poles to a sugar maple
E. A. Wood corner; thence S. 49
E. 40 poles to the creek; thence
down and with the meanders of
the creek 22 poles to the BE
GINNING, containing about 4 acres
more or less.
SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING
on Moore Ridge, on a chestnut bush
in the North boundary line of J. F.
Shelton's Smith tract, runs S. 42
W. 19 poles; S. 47 W. 19 poles; S.
43 W. 14 poles to a chestnut,
Moores Ridge; thence N. 12 W. 31
poles to a chestnut corner; thence
E 34 poles to the BEGINNING,
containing 3 acres, more or less.
Sale made pursuant to the power
and authority conferred upon the
undersigned by that certain deed
of trust dated August 16, 1941,
from Robert Phillips and wife, Fan
nie Phillips, to R. L. Burgin, Trus
tee for W. H. Burgin, and recorded
in Book of Deeds of Trust No. 48
at page 306, Haywood County Reg
istry, to which instrument and rec
ord reference is hereby made for
all the terms and conditions thereof.
This January 8, 1943.
R. L. BURGIN, Trustee.
No. 1272-Jan 14-21-28 Feb 4.
If the roof has been painted with
any kind of paint previously, all
loose and scaly parts must be re
moved with a wire brush, rinsing
the roof with water, and allowing
it to dry.
Question: What is the dry cure
for preserving meat?
Answer: Ellis Vestal, Extension
swine specialist, recommends the
following dry cure; For 100 pounds
of meat, use 8 pounds of salt, 8
ounces of salt peter, and 8 pounds
of sugar (brown preferred). Mix
the ingredients thoroughly and rub
half of the mixture on the meat.
Pack the meat in oak barrels or
large stone jars, with the skin side
down except for the top layer.
After seven days, re-pack the meat
and rub on the other half of the
mixture. Allow the meat to cure
for two or three days per pound
per piece, depending upon the
weight.- Wash and hang in the
RatclifT Cove News
Private Bramlett Stone, of At
lanta., spent the week-end here with
Sergeant Howard Bryson visited
relatives here during the past week.
Sergeant George Moody, of Fort
Benning, Ga., has returned to camp
after spending a few days here
with his family.
Miss Susie Davis, who has been
ill, is improving.
Rev. L. C. Stevens preached at
the Sunday night service at Eliza
Miss Lois Miller, who has been
ill, is better.
Miss Oberia RatclifT, of Asheville,
spent the week-end here with her
Answer: Supplies of these veg
etable meals are much greater this
year than ever before, and their
use in fertilizers should be encour
aged where economic conditions
justify. The cost of nitrogen from
these sources is now approximately
$4 per unit greater than that from
inorganic sources, and at this
price can be justified in any large
quantities only on crops giving a
relatively high return, such as
tobacco and truck crops.
(At Recorded to Monday Neon
Of Thi Week)
' Beaverdam Township
Albert J. Stamey, et ux, to Ray
F. H. Camp, et ux, to Will King,
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Collette to
Opal J. Collette.
Luxor a Medford, et al to Wil
liam Alexander Haliburton,
Ivy Hill Townthip
V. A. Campbell, et ux, to Cor
J. P. Francis to Richard Cope.
J. R. Boyd et ux to W. T.
Edna White Wood, et al, to
Lake Junaluska Assembly.
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Question: Is the use of cotton
seed meal, .soybean meal, and pea
nut meal to be encouraged in mix
ing fertilizers now that nitrogen
We are in urgent need of a large quantity of
Logs For Gun Stocks
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P. O. Box 1219
Asheville, N. C.
for Long Wear
tor Clear Typing
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Stationery and Supplies For Office, Homo and School
This is to Give Notice that Penalties
will be Added to all Unpaid 1942 Taxes
on the First Day of February, 1943.
Pay Now and Save
J. W. BOYD)
Tax Collector for Town of Waynesville