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Jncfcsop County Journal
E. E. BR9WN. Mgk. Publisned weekly by .'ACKSOJf COUNTY JOURNAL COMPANY Entered as second class mail matter at Postoffice at 8 viva N. C n wc iisu ia: the production out! ordnRi -e, Li Ing men rov.lC. Htimulated the these articles and the delav? FRIDAY, JULY 12 1918 The War Savings drive is to be continued, and word comes from headquarters that every county! must raise its quota. This is the canning season and everything that can be canned should be, because the demand is going to be greater during the com- ins year man in tne past. Rev. Edwin R. Han',.; former pas tor of the Baptise church at this place has accepted the position as principal of Yancey Collegiate In stitute. Our rnoplo rcv-ivt ,c. much to Iosj Mr. il:rris; he has done a goo 1 work he;j and wi'l do a Kooa wor at i,;s new place. W; bespeak a successful yt.;- ir tiu Yancey Collegium Tnstiinte. If the officers keep up the gocd work of capturing blockade stills in this county it will soon be a first class place in which to live. We believe they have started in to break up the whiskey making business and that they will complete their job before the y stop. The completion of twenty-three ships the first week of this month is some record and it is also a great lact staring the Hun in the face and making him see his defeat much 'plainer. It gives our Allies new me ana encourages them to fight on until the victorious moment. EDITORIAL 'iVestions of think ;M lestionably have lidlty with which y being produced, raifnt nave been avoided. There are things the Government cannot make public, and these the peo ple do not jisk to know. But in the rn:!& full information concerning th : t preparation can safelv be Sivoa to the people. It is the people's war; it is a war supported by the peo ple, financially and physically, ind suggestions by them should bc.sougbt and considered. TXKrship'pJng! "up?orted e bloofthirsty;Sultah,of NATION-WIDE fight hgmst mm N PAPER! I THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE. Good Americans will Indorse out right the program of the National Se curity League to prevent the election or re-election of any members of Con gress this year who are not known to be vigorous proponents of the war or who can be lured to support any spe cious efforts at nn nl..:.. ... ' '"vunuusne peace, -ine country neelpfi snr-i, o ... cal organization as the league to lend the fight against the milk fed offlce MWers and office juany parts of the country are cater- 1C uupes 01 tne people that the war may be ended, even though It is not ended right. The league can ESJ for ta-tnnce. and under two or three politi cians who probably will seek re-elections here and. without its motives be ing questioned, can expose the rank ?aclflsni wlllch hag fealured J ;ank lltleal careers. TrniUS,Lh"; thG War terminate Rtnfnc 7 mSt,y Upon t,ie ited In L Vm the United States m!nr r re,KlS ln 3 grent mc sentiment for m ,,v mt- 111 US National Security League Starts urusaae for Their Elimination, Together With the Teach ing of German. A vigorous campaign to bring about the elimination of the teaching of Ger- hi uiu puoiic scnoois or the coun try and to obtain the discontinuance of the publication of newspapers print ed in German has been launched by me -auonai security League. To or ganize its effort for these ends the League has formed a Committee on Foreign Language and Foreign Press which will carry the fight into even nook and corner of the United States The Committee is composed of Col Charles E. Lydecker, member of the Board of Trustees of th nn the City of New York and Chairman of the National Security League's Loard of Directors ; Edward II. Clark Treasurer of the Security League;' Ernest C. Brown, well known New lork editor and publisher, and Or Ivoert M. McElroy, Educational direc tor of the National Security League under leave of absence from Princeton Lmversity, where he is head of the -ailment ot History and Politics. Stop Advertising. The principal basis of the Commit- campaign against German rovs. papers will be the obtaining of the dis continuance of advertising in them. Col Lydecker's committee has laid the fo lowmg pan of campaign before he Chairmen and Secretaries of all tiJe -SI branches of the Security League : J "There -.ig no immediate need to jmvo !;ryS enacted to suppress the toioign language dailies. In towns m , n T 8 Str0"S Patri0tie seilti nunt , hostile minority should be ner- junilod by a clear and forceful expres sion of the views of the majority that ours must be, from this time foAvard a one language nation. ' "See Our Mistake." "If a community will not support a newsdealer who handles the daih na i!:::1"1 toes , Z x uiisey m Armetunir massacres: nnrt the officers Of the -Imperial German Government" have aided and abetted these massacres now because the Ar menians worked and planned for lib erty when other races in Turkey were quiescent. It is tb "Imperial German Government" which is resnonsihlo 800.000 Armenians, starved to death a& Ges-mans themselves testify. "Secret Enemy." In 1908, when the revolutionary Turkish government was for freedom, Germany orposed it; when it became tyrannical Germany made this govern ment itS allV. ThP norm ment harassed France not merely be cause It was its ancient enemyj but because its success as a republic made itiC neucu peopie perilous to princes. The German government' plotted to re- riuie me iviancnu Emperor and the uussian cear to t wir tinvno Because the American people by its fw-uij imu power made liberty desired by all the world the German government has been its secret enemy Thirty years ago iL plotted against oui treaty rights in Samoa; it 'sent its ileet to worry and tlippnin n... at Manila in 1S98; it offered to Eng land, which refused, to overt urn the Monroe Doctrine iu Mexico. It has in fifteen years threatened Venezuela Mexico, Hayti ami other American states. When we were maintaining peace under great provocation, it pro. posed to Mexico and Japan to attack us, both refusing. It betrayed Inter national faith in jj.e dispatches sent through the Swedish Minister. It filled our land with snips, smurht imi,..n:..-- y to embroil us with those of German m it-Mueiu in tins country, slaueh ..v. U4 inA-us on tne nigh seas wunaij, 10 an iav. national and inter auuuai, numr.n ;;nd divine. "Bore Much." we waited long, we bore much, and uuw sending our sons to the -v. v eminent" because the ree OKI 01 thirty years -;linwo ti,t liberty nor democratic institutions are enfa Mw. .......11 ... . uic c-v, unu over wniie that govern ineiu is powerful. We wisely prefer ,.lltll uciiiui) sintered, to fidit "ere in Franno" i-ntv, er than in New York harbor; on the Somme, rather tl,.n ,a the Hudson In one or the other we should have 'ad to fight. In 177G we sent our sons to fight for American liberty, and we won it. In iSl2 we fQ ;t eedomof the sea. and we won that n 1SG1 we sent our sons to fight for he liberty of the slave, and we w bat. Today we send our sons out to hght for the liberty of hun,nL 5 we shall win that. lildren Cry for Fletcher's Profc clonal V.OLEM4 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which line tow for over thirty yS( hL 'borne ,has been made wifler his per- UZt&ffi&ZgiZ oal supervision since its infarcy; An o ! Allow no one to deceive vou in ih.C AU Counterfeite, Imitations and " Just-as-Zd a?e W Experiments that trifle with and endanger the h?t; 2 Infants and Chtoen-Erience agS &ertaent.0f c What is CASTOR I A neither Opium, MofphTeTor .teS ut age is its guarantee. For more than tUrt VwSft KiarThta me Uliadreas Panacea-fhe Mother's "fttad. P Attornev and Counsellor at Law Officenrris Building ' SHERRILL & HARWCoT Attorney at Law, Office In Pharmacy Bid SYLVA.N.C. Geo. W. batirm SUTTON and STILiVElJ attorney an& Couneeliors at nw Sylra Pharmacy Building Sylva. N. C CASTOR I A ALWAYS wfc ciac oignature of In Use For Over M Tmn The Ktnd You Have Always Bought JOHN fl. Pcltifu Dealer In WHatcbes anb 3eve-( ry All kin is of repair work do , 0D ?hort notice. ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY oyiva. jn. C. EW YORK CITY Mrs. Thomas J. Preston. (Formerly Mrs. Grover Cleve land) urges Women of Nation to Siand Firm. Jr. N White Oak, Basswood a -V il It lJ kr li J S3 a a U 3 IT niage papers. to recognizing a general willingness be natriotiV n,, 1. b tss uuu lilt-" I : I 1111 o : !J"' ." we'S mcmhorslilp ihe tsk of uie absolutely safe will be jo through with the war by force Without stint or limit," and we ravist "PPort that pledge by elect ng Tnen to Cm who will "stay put" on the Issue until victory is won br" r!mtter' Amerlcans should be careful about electing anybody to tne war. Men of no particular force ei to their opinions when thev are Wencani:oIttharfthe1aUth0rlty f offi we cannot afford to have any such barking the pacifists in the dark dav niakc this a poor season for "velimv o" omco seekers of whatever' 2 Gazette. dorado Springs not lie ,. WIt;, al 'J 'Jt does proems e ,-o" Wh,the "" nan,, .' oe,, " 1- n uui mifisr it ir.e e can win if America can be held Steadfast and unsworving, and the wo men of Aineric;. can hold. her stead--- t:!t. Against all temptations to com promise the women of America shoUJ t a n d fir m anu united," says Mrs. 1 liomas J. 1'reston, n: (formerly Mrs. J rover Cleveiiuun v.,t ; & ' " - r $ " $ We will nnv AA T tr No. 1 White Oak 18 inches and n diameter and $26.00 per M. ft. No. 2. legs. H'oplar No. 1 18" and n A I. O, O. F. 247. ?Ia. N Meets 2nd, and 4th, Saturday Nighta Visiting Breathern Welcome. SC0TTS CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH JjETA, JN. C. Preaching every second Sunday morning and ni&hr Sunday and Saturday before. Sunday School every Sunday at 10 A. M. u'wY'P U CVery Sundav. 3:00 r. M. Prayer meeting every Wtd nesday niht. Everybody invited to ttonA - W UVIV1IU. 3 ? W N- Coo. Pastor. for For Sale, For Cash in for One 2 and a half Laraon Wagon Ccn,- picic running gear Bed and seat almost new Price $75.00 uttinB our mistake Z V ' last We See our in. snoi t okA ?. Ue "Klst c"ect it as and we to for- Quick speedily as justice will allow 'ut we must not forget nor a OW nl! . . , iv.u enemies Ket, that this is a timo w , ,,7. 7! of institutions ltv u 111 trust tor a uuma'n Newsdealers. "We therefore suggest: (o) Discontiniinnr. ,. , (') I'rocurinc: co-onpmHnn den lore "relation of news "IMPER GERMANY" PUCI.IC.TY AND CR.TIC.SM. WHAT IT IS fl',rress shall make no law TjVreear fSpeech or of Cons' iSon.80 rGadS a Clause on, ens 'of3;" TSe provIsIon- The citi es noworTfy Shou,d at all "incs i.now of and be able to critic vc ,ne?t f their affair10 n. vchtlation and criticism in the ores ,S,nha;'e bCOn f m,f g Ur Prefaion by point- TlfcrTi errri that have been aS.' Icllm rn,t0ld that constntctlve crit jcism is always welcome, but who V to decide what Is constructive? wi t criticism without the adLthe' AiiitMrj i raining as a corrective By DR. TALCOTT WILLIAMS, w..Cv.r ot tne Columbia University School nf .Inn i oiu lieu: 'Proclaim I Iased on the principle, immoral in out ALL LANDS unto etiiics, tyrannical in operation, and ,tants thereof.' Until nous to all liberty, that certain res m men are born to rule, the "Imperial merman Govern- iieui nas ior a generation been the a message to the vomen of America, :1 a tl e public "rough the Na ional Securitv ?ague. Mrs. Prpstnn io IO Mrs.T.J.p.reston,Jr actlve ln te Secur- S -s the first woLL rro tlie '-'s National ecutne ComUi,Uw, and is secretai-v of the League's Cumniiii. .. . 7 r. l Through Education. im Mrs. Preston's mnvn f mpn f w nit- wo men or the fmiiif im - ....j, ivuus in iuii: "Proclaim Libertv " Proclaim i n mtl D fh t . THE LAND mil n !i ; , . . ALL thereof.' tue imjatitants "These woivis 1490 van. i wnuen about i-iu years befmv fi,..: the Law of r :rL' a im" of t . . . """too iu me tiook" of Leviticus. Our fflM!wo ... 0f "tiinju 1UIO llt "Today 'all Hio ,-i,Vt liberfv ti t """unuucs enjoy rich Ami Hi c venule, tlie en anu the nnni- tua , . m'im..h ' V1C "aiiye an trie " U1 weau and the he old Libertv Ftii . , . , " o ssiitjui. ror "But Libertv is aced along the ht7L."l?.m(in' nitinra ui many nations, our own om A. T America reaui," ' and old Bell: W.n," . ...uruo.Ioril rv nil . . tants thereof ' Tin u , ' ".mna?- in all lands, it can l1? own. Hence tb. ,a0i, 1U uur , - iott lu wiiicn Amer ica has reverently , . . . er icated herself. ""wunaniy ded- "Make Motto Rmik The Fathers of this Republic Basswood No. 1 185' 2 Maple 5 1 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 One Spaldi ondliaiul worth $50.00 l or S30.00 $35.00 $25 00 linn O 1 . . Q-)- nn auaie and Bridle o'" almost new worth $20. OO.UU or $15.00 Ixg to be 8 to m ft lna f.e.J.; IL Ca-they r-, "fe9 rams iJJace vcin ilSO nrlrl InnrW nnii hoif f . MJ can use 10 per cent 16" and 17" in diameter mustlnot be over 10 per .cent 10" and 17" logs admitted. ryri i -r 7 011 delivery BOICE LUMBER COMPANY See I. H POWpi 1 oat.,. if o r j,VA) N c on the n 1111! a andi half from Sylva as to above. June 24th 191 S strong. its all dom. Its whole in nuence has been thrown to suppress freedom in the four Balkan states It has prevented tneir peaceful rle l velopment, refused T , iu cmurte me xrea- Talcott Williams, ty of Berlin, which nonre or wo.?!d have brought kan wn 1V?S1"e f0r four . . ov.ure or years avn i foe of liberty and of L . thls RePlIc, men the enemy of free- llbem T?,.. 4 mmon love of motto th, B mw our ancient HlOltO, thUS ClVinfr liK-,. enlighten th world! ' " t0 cmipS We' th6ir Ascendents, -uneu upon to mnk-o motto, and h1q u,e heroic struggle anri c0i. ;J. atter "Oils tO COItinrnm!,; Vt- America should stand firm andunUei l "VR SAILINGS SX I ISSUED BY THE I UNITED STATES I . GOVERMMEWT J are new the If we are to win this t7" it as a united people. TI sav n S Win man, woman and chiM .... .d;lns f every are to hasten the vi.;"ury " we war. War savings e n Buy War Saving stamp. L " NOTICE Whereas. A riPtiti k filed w,th the Board of County Com missioners requesting that the town- Shin Kn i -j-f oetween Cashiers and Hamburg Townships.be changed to run as follows: Beginning on thp lino t. or the Cowee mountain and running with th., etwt side of the Ravenel turnpike to the Macon county lines u , tnerefore ordered by the Board that notice be given the citi zens of said townships as prescribed lIV lour J .1 th' ? ineyre hereby notified that the matter will be taken under consideration at the regular time. This June 5th, 1918. .T T? T nxrn Clerk to the Board of Co. Com. 8 Of the your T. S. MORRISON CO THere ' , of the country th, arr?, In this action Pt together Li r" 1 ther disease3 Posed to be ta?,fMr Zears ifc was sup Jocal remedies StDoCtrs Prescribed to cure with ?Acdtr,constantly failing t incurable c?ii SaVnent Pronounced ?Teatly Influenofi1 Js a.local disease. anions and iheZfX: const"utional con tional treatment 0Ht,4ires Utu cine. monufacturpri H" s Catarrh Medi Co.. VoiJrac3ilre.d by F- J- Cheney & remedy. is ' . ? a constitutional thru the Elood on nie?al!y and acts the System nrf Mucous Surfaces warn is offend ?"eaHundred Do"ars re Catarrh MedfnJ f"ny aSe that Hall'S amuy Pllls for constipation.