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Jackson County Journal
E.E. BROWxNMaR. Publisned weekly by JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL COMPANY Watered at second clasi mail matter at Ystbffice at Sylva N. C. FRIDAY JAN.25 1918 (While in Kentucky recently Prof. J. B. Nykerk picked up a copy of a patriotic poem that is so beau tiful and so perfect that many per sons in Holland (Mich.) have asked for copies of it. The poem was written by Gun-mate George Mor row Mayo, of Bowling Green, Ky,; United States Navy, and is repro duced herewith); Here's to the Bice of the wind-swept ' North, When we meet on the fields of fnn:c, Kay the spirit of Cia, t be with ov all As the Sons of the N irthadvyw And, here's to the Gray o: the sui. kissed South, When we meet on the fields r-f France, May the spirit of Lee be with you all As the Sons of the South advance. And, here's to the Blue and Grey as one, When we meet on the fields oi France, May the spirit of God be with i all, As the Sons of the Flag advance Has your boy who is in the Aripy taken out the Government In.: m ance, yet? It not, you should en courage him to do so at ouce. Every farmer in this cov.uty should do his part toward ra ting the ten per cent increase in rmi that is required in the state this year. In order for JacKou.to increase its meat production ten per ctu., the people of the county will have to raise eight hundred and forty -seven more hogs this year than ).isu Last year we raised eight ihousuj. J four hundred and sixty-seven aK. if we met the ten percent increc;. thii year, we will raise nine thous and three hundred and fourteen. The merchants here liked the heatless Monday so well that it has been suggested by some of them that they close up two days in the week for the duration of the war and that every one of them put in these two days raising something to eat for another year. We think this a very wise suggestion and hope that it will be carried into effect. Now that the local Red Cross has secured the required two hundred for the chapter they should strive that much harder to make the membership four hundred and not et up until they have secured that number. With the number of pto pie there are here four hui.Cttd members could be secured. -' The toy 3 fiom this county an j ing to France every few days r.hc ev will have to I rlnrhpH nnf. gcing they will have to be clothed nn fed and furnished with guns am munitions and the Governmtnt asking us to i,tlp do this by ba; Thrift S' amps. Are we doii j jw part toward furnishing the le .-cd equipment? We are told that the Jackson buys are making good wi diers where ever you find tK and now let it be said thai; Oi J Jackson is doing her part tov.vsru keeping the boys in supplies. Twenty-five cents is very little, but ii eveiy body in this county who n able would buy only one thrift stamp per week it would amount to thousands of dollars each mtntt that would go toward the support of our boys in the trenches. iNOllCii. State of North Carolina, In the Sa County of Jacks,ou. j perior Court Notice of Execution of Saly. G. W. Fisher vs Toxaway Company. By virtue of an execution directed to the undersigned sheriff of Jackson County, from the, Superior Court of the C unty of Transylvania, issuad on a ce tain judgment rendered in the above entitled cause, and docketed in said County of Transylvania, on the 23rd day of June, A. D.' 1917, and in tne County of Jackson on the 26h day of tfoV. - 17, 1 wig m art? ,ohfer Mri on , , A1 , , , - o Mou lay the Atu day of February, 1918. it beiiu tae iiist Monday in teoruary.- 1 , . 9r. -. , . it th3 Ooart House door in the Coiaiv c T . ; .-i . t " of Ticicsoa, m me s-.ud State of A-j: Oi. n m . , , . 1 i 1 Carolna, sell to the mghest biddero or i casn, tosansiy saia extcuui u right, title, interest and estate, which I the said defendant Toxaway Company i-aa in the following real estate, to wit: all of that certain tract or parcel of land 1, ... . r t-i. I lying and being in the County of Jack son, on Tuckaseigee river, and known and described as follows; A part of the W. H. Cathey grant No. 375, Beginning on a water oak" in the line of State grant No. 378 and runs North 72 degrees East 12 1-2 poles to a dogwood corner of said grant No. 378; thence North 70 degrees east 54 poles to a chestnut corner of 378, thence North 72 degrees East 38 poles to a stake on Tuckaseigee river; thence up the riv er 38 poles to a stake in the line of State grant No. 375; thence with the Southern boundary line of said grant No. 375 North 87 degrees West 94 poles to the beginning. And being the j aie !and conveyed to jrd defendant To.uway Coii'.oy by Deed- from G. -V . rLilip. , .'"it-v! : 2nd, 1902. a id i iccraodiu Le JiAc of the Register oi' O&cd for Ja 3kso. i County, iu Book 30 at p..ige 41 I Lis the 4ta lay of Januar;:, A, D. 1918. Geo. M. Cole, Sheriff Jackson Co. notice" North Caroiiiia ) In the Superior Jackson County i Court K. F. Wenz vs. S. L. Hill and Wife, Mary A. Hill Notice of Execution of Sale In At tachment. !i 3y virtue of an execution in r.t-1 achmc.it directed to the ujdersun ' ;! from the Superior Court of He.t- i Ccrson county, North Carolina, irJ tae above entitled action, I will, on j Monday the i8:h day of February, i9I8.at 1 o'clock, P. VI., at the Court jtise door ia Jackson county and the tow,. ; Syiva, sell to the highest biuvicr lor cash to satisfy said exeuuthn, all the right, title biii interest which the said S. L. dill aiid wile, Mary A. Hill, the de lenddnts, have in the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: First Tract: beginning at a hick ory 8 polec.imore or less north from aie S. W. corner of S. Green's Brad iey iruct, an i runs N. 134 poies to a chestnut, 0, 3. Buchanan and D, Green's corner; thence due west with D. Green's line 64 poles to a idllen chestnut. Green's corner; thence due south 137 poles to a stake; ihence south 70 W 66 poles to a stake; thence north to the be ginning, containing 63 acres, more or less. Second Tract: Beginning at a large white oak on the top of the ridge between lurpin's upper place and East Fork' of Shoal Creek in the Meiggs and Freeman line and runs north 50 west with that line 290 poles to a stake in that line; thence west 100 poles to a stake crossing Shoal Creek below a high fall; thence south 70 east 320 poles to a stake; thence north 50 east 100 poles to the beginning. Ihere are 50 acres in the above "Second Tract" excepted which be long to J. B, Sherrili, and described as loiiews: Beginning on a blacL uak nun runs soutn 66 poles; easi 1010 o ' ess. mis aui lv 01 jariu v .?! : ; 3 ; Ku f .-vL, State of Noixa Oaroiiiia i iack .111 C'.-iiiCy vYHLU-la:.', the and signed ovvaer and ajluur of a curiam tux dficate in words ana nganja ts toii -w: otatc of North Carolina, Jaokson Coun ty t, J. VV. iiuchanan, T. C, of the Coantv of v-i sivi i ti ht. ..- k? i I Carolina, doreby certify thav th foi-1 Jh-in, H.-. i J. J t wuw la sam ; county and .,taie to wit; Fifteen acre, ot land, p joeity ot j. H. Alley Hei,.i. ' .musmeib iownsnip, was on the 7th . u) Ul ji7 auiy sold by me in the' manner provided by law for the deliii- quent taxes for the year iib thereon, anioanting to Two Dollars and Fifty- eight cents, including interest and pen-' altv thereon, and th f aii law to E. a. t??"i of Two '7 S Z . 44sy-olsut being the highest bidder for the same, And I further certify that unless re- demption is made of said real estate in the manner provided by law, the said E. G. Lombard, his heirs or assigns, will be entitled to a deed therefor, on art ftftWtfeoTtb tfyrf Mr? A D, tg$ uns soutit oo poits; eal liti pox.i;! sued by t'hs National Board of -Fir north Gb pules and west to the j Underwriters carries the head-line ginning, leaving a 'o .lance in s.isiiZires !f Amerlca mean deaths i . , . ..; .,..n .. . i France. It points out that from Ma .'on surrender of tnis cerdfidafe-- V? ,.,, , r r -h' , . , , , . .. 4 -set inyfland, tills 7th day -vny. a..x. J .. , ,3' V ,r .7iai ' J. 'W rite ha ;;.:, .1, 5,, - v : -, Now, Whereas, utei amgcn.. lnqllly "w ' , 0 ... .y. . , . . V ot said propter and upon duigent in- q -nry me persons m wao udme me lUad was taxed or - listed can not bz f Jind in Jackson Coanty. TT-ITTR PTTrVi? K! TTnrw all mon nrifl particularly J. H. Alley Hairs that the undersigned purchased sail lands on the ht7 day of May 1917, and that the same is desribed as above and chat the sale was made for delinquent taxes for the year 1916,. and that the time of redemp tion will expire on the 6th day of May 19 18, and if ths same is not . redeemed on or before that date as ii required by law it is the purpose, of UiJ undersigned to take a deed Lh .reco. This the 2nd Jay of Janaary, 1918. E. G. Lombard, Purchaser. s.-?opO, tic irdriiore-ni prov.v 'v,-i.;- ; sure quality. irir:-i and up. S3coid-Lu.. i, 10 ty $25,00. Always carry a full 'me ot Bicycies Tires and sundrie.1. Small repair work' of all kinds on bicycles, guns, locks, keys and expert sharpening, at reasonable prices. Articles sent by mail for repair receive especial care. mm j" n-- v e y e r , x VI W. College St, A i . Sell or liiy A N-Y T II 1 N GI C r; of 1 Beams, Channels,' A ;ig- - . , Plain Rounds and Relay kails, Faciiiao i-ji ...... an-i cutting.. -Large stnok-.,i: ;..:ack -and galvahued-'pi-v. Skins, Wool, T Wax and jetal or Scrap. -u;:er TERN B-SR G & Como ; n v. . Ashsville, N. C. CROUP TA MIDNIGH F WELL IN "A few nights ago one of my patnns had a small child ' taken with croup about midnight," writes M. T. Davii, Bearsville, W. Vu. 'They came to mv store and got e bottle of Foley 's Honey and Tar. Be fore morning the child had entirelv recovered." Use only Foley's foi coughs, colds, croup and grip. . Sylva Pharmacy. adv. "Food will win the war," says Food Commissioner Hoover. "Don't let it burn," says Insurance Commissioner Young. A recent fire prevention .circular It 1 to October 18, Inclusive, this enough food has gone up iu ss oka a. the United States, every minute, t. fd 136 soldier?.. Multiply this mihuies and hours in the 163 ?a.;. h five and one-half months ftn.i ' have the stupendous sum of $12,27 C50, which is the known food fire )oi i of the country during the period undei consideration. The circular anneals to the n4-nir ; to look out for the small fires as wj! i as libs large ones. You know they are j all small at the start and the fact tha e the government has gained so much Ir , ? f bonds to raise funch for the Prosecution of the war throuch the small subscriptions of. millions or citizens emphasizes the recess. fv n those same millions "nf ing eternal vigilance toward the nrc venon or tne small fires which grow to conflagrations carry enormous loss of odstuffs. It is indeed saving at the 8pigot and casting at t'le irons 7 S? 7 citizens will give Tier, to thG Red 0ss, the Y. M. C. . w work fUnd' buy liberty bonds, obac ar rve meatlesa and wtieaess days and sit complacently in their piace-j busines, and homes and allow t ac- cumulation of rubbish to grow and en- danger the property of themselves and neighbors with the ever present hazard of preventable fires, 11 ytm wuld seek a prime duty to Jrour owaftitrn look about you. Read at Night r The money President Uscoln earned o a raU splitter he put hi (rank. In later life he often referred to his first bank ac count At night he read every bosh 1 could lay his hands oik Have you a bank account? - Jf you hayenft, start one with us today,; We'll gladly explain our simple, safe method . of . doing business. I- A bank account is a touchdown on ths road to the goal of JACiitoUiSj CUUIN TY BANK C. J. Harris, Pres M. D. Cowan. Tax Notice. The people of the town of Sylva will please take notice that I have th - taxes for the 1917 in my hand for collection, and you are requested lo see hie at once and settle the same. W E. REED, XQWN : iTAX COLLECTOR. Locks, doorknobs, hinges and other hardware fixtures for the old or new ful attention. From our stock lof (builders'' hardware you cany select just what you want for making re pairs or for use in a net v building. You look at them bzfore you. buy, and back of them is our guaranty of quality. gQ) I 4 r tin V o3 515(0) Sii fecri success. Cashier. C. C. Cowan, Vic?-Pres. homneed care ti f. r g 1 n if c- i a. n 2: I e now WANTED Potatoes" Gnios. Shelled Beans Peas. Eggs, Poultry, Butter, Canned Goods and Dried Eruitralso Hides and) Country Cured iiieatsr.'v - ell us what you have, or shir t j 1 1 1 1 pays you casl Western Produce Co. , 90 North Lexington Ave, Asheville. N. C. SCOTTS CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Beta, N C. Preaching every second Sundav morning and night, and every fourth Sunday and Saturday before. - Sunday School "every Sunday at 10 A. M. v ... B. Y. P. TJ. every Sunday. 3:00 P. M. Prayer rneejiug every YVVd cesday night. .'' Everybody invited to attend. ; : Wi-N. 'Cook. Pastor. COLEMAN C COWAN I ttornev acd Cotissc'Joi at Law, Offices in Harris Buildine. YLVA. N. t S SHERRILL & HARWCOD Attorney at Law. Office r Pharmacy Bldg. SYLVA. N. V. JOHN d. PdRRIi Dealer in CBlatcbealanb 3ewc!(r? All kinds of repair work do 1 on short notice. ENGRAVING Aj SPECIALTY Sylva. N. C $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science h'.s been able to cure In all its stages aid that Is catarrh. Catarrh bein greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional .treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acta thru the Blood on th Mucous Sur faces ot the System thereby destrovinj? f at!v-n of the disease, glvincf the i:- . -' ".h bv bi:;i!.t?ng up the con .: - I :-i."'.!n5 isiti:re Jn doing its .'-- have ?o much -r-rs of Hull's r ': ,: . ' "J off- one rlunxirtHi J-harfc Jo: '-afe that it fails to cv-e. Send for jist cf testimonials V3. kt. 'J - r j legist, 75c, .iiacfar.crv and Msli ! .'iliiics j Largest Stock in Western Car olina. Saws, Pulleys, Belting, Wire Rope, Pipe, Fittings, Machinist's Tools. Foundry and Machine Work a specialty. Asheville Supply & Foundry v o. ASHEVILLE. N. C. I o, o. F. 17. v s vaf-K, C. -; t , ;Bttornc?a auD ouneci:or9 V A, S G felP Pot Lv:r.cl evts aiM l'v . ' - J Ciruol - '. ' I V,-I.iH tv -i-r..'-. ' iKe a food U ;iu ; r -r-r L r " ' La?l:ng xt Sv: -. ?.M ;.., cU,t,:.;f threat r, , Jt eases the t tr.. .Jx... 0 'J? heh8' clds. spasracdic croup, hoopinc cough. !a grippe and broS -.riO:? hoarr,er.f3. tfcklin u'conVIfnn-ltUF,: hce3y 'breathlnr. viJSL861181" stomach.