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Jackson County Journal
E. E. BROWN, Mgr.
Publisned weekly by
JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL COMPANY
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2 '., 1918
LOYALTY.
This is no time to quibble or to fool;
To argue over who was wrong,
who right
To measure fealty with a worn footf
rule;
To ask: "Shall we keep still or
we fight?"
The Clock of Fate has struck; the
hour is here;
War is upon us now, not far away;
One question only rises, clarion clear:
"How may I serve my country,
day by day?"
Not all of us may join the khakied
throng
Of those who answer and go forti;
to stem
The tide of war. But we can all be
strong
And steady in our loyalty to themi
Not with unfettered thought or
tongue let loose
In bitterness and hate a child
ish game!
But with a .faith, untroubled by
abuse,
That honors those who put the rest
to shame!
There is no middle ground on which
to stand:
We've done with useless pro and
con debates;
The one-time friend, so welcome in
this land,
Has turned upon us at our very
gates.
There is no way, with honor, to
stand back
Real patiiotism isn't cool then
hot;
You cannot trim the flag to fit your
lack;
You are American or else you're
not!
Jack Appleton.
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The individual who uses more
sugar than is necessary is just as
much of a slacker as the perfectly
sound young man who should be in
the army and is still attempting to
evade the draft.
German spies in France and Amer
ica do no more harm than so-called
American citizens, men and women,
who refuse to substitute other foods
for the wheat and beef and sugar
which are needed for our soldiers
and the soldiers of our Allies in
France.
Preserves, jams and canned fruits
are greatly relished by the fighting
men in France and enormous quan
tities are used by them. There is
danger that the soda drinking and
candy eating public in this country
will endanger the supply of pre
serves and jam for the soldiers.
Great quantities of fruits which
should go into preserves, jam, etc.
are going to be lost to human con
sumption and deprive our armies
and our people at home of a needed
food supply unless consumers of
sugar use it more economically.
We in America are still using con
siderably more than six ounces per
capita per day against one-half
ounce which is available in France.
The boys of the Radio Company,
who left here a little less than a year
ago, are now somewhere in France,
getting ready to play the greatest
game in life; in this game some ' of
them, at the very best that can be
don?, will lose their lives. If we
fail to do our duty there is no telling
how many of them will never come
home. If we fail to do our duty,
how can we bear the thought of fac
ing those who do come home? Our
main duty during the coming week
is to subscribe to War Savings
Stamps, and then, sometime Hnrind
the year, to buy the amount we are
pledged to buy.
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THE CKNTAUN COMPANY Nt'H VORK OITV-
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White Oak9 Basswood
Mspk Poplar Loss.
We will pay $35.00 Per M. ft. for
No. 1 White Oak 18 inches and up in
diameter and $26.00 per M. ft. for
No. 2. logs.
Poplar No. 1 18" and up
Basswood No. 1 18"
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Maple 1
Logs to be 8 to 16 ft long,
Can use odd lengths.
We can use 10 per cent 16" and 17
in diameter must"not be over 10 per
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We Pav Cash on Deli verv
BOICE LUMBER COMPANY
See I. H. POWELL, SYLVA, N. C.
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$35.00
$25.00
$35.00
$25.00
$35.00
$25.00
Open Your Eyes
Don't you know that your Government
could tax you and quickly raise the money
to be secured through the sale of War Save
ing Stamps?
But your government is not taxing it
out of you not even asking you to give it.
Won't you LOAN your money to save
American soldiers from death young he
roes who are protecting you and your
homel
WAR-SAVING STAMPS
On Sale at Post-Offices, Banks and Stores.
This Space Contributed by
A. J. DILLS
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Order one novv if you have not made
arrangements to cut your wheat;
It takes fifty bushels less of wheat to
pay for a binder today than it did five
years ago.
BINDERS TWINE
In full bales 26 cents per pound
ORDER EARLY
T. S MORRISON CO.
Asheville, N. C.
TO MY SONS AND DAUGHTERS
"Lend me a few dollars. Pll hand
it back in 1923, with interest."
Your Protector,
UNCLE SAM
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