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hearts of n , llTm to nr?ke m, L1II V'.' r-k 4. ; ,.fH H. 0. Curtis and children pfp ,or,their country. Wl . ......I frioiwic nnn rc utniA I J-iverv nih-j,,.. - Mrs. W.V.Dorsey and little dugh- will make you lovfe vnS IaSS' Jtl i jnmi i r nccn mill iii-tm ti.-: rf lt?r orv"v ,t iiiv: i Quests of Mrs. A. A. Nichols. Patriot!;; is h nrrf i . - Sir Program of the Miss Isabel Keener spent the Iat- a "ft .m ihe 0xford Ornhan- ter part of last week in Waynesville, somihi,, ; ;,n,.na.nd presents vUirini! friends. - I . " IJe,v inspiring. I r-'s ITilc -j r R.I, Hyatt, of Qualla; was here City, was th Bryson Monday on business and called in 0,1 v"r last week. s Ruth 11 1 m I and renruva nis suoscnption to the Miss Louise Riant t t journal. vfeited Iron 0i ver' of ?ty last -veek llver of this place Mrs. Hattie Bryson and children, ofAlabam.i, are visiting relatives L f ' n.k Rogers, of Jacksonville FIQ . i ttrAiw,A. is spoiling s.u.ifl vlllcria. wre nuMa. with McSds irf SVth-w COum mm iwiiiuu, wno is Mrs James Loft' stationed at Long Island, N. Y. is is visiting iu the city th' Savanah ns enrnp. tlmp in tMo visitii.fi friends and relatives. is visiiinfhl. fei i Salisbury l"cl vJ. Lrisn Hflot? P.nrrm'i Rriiilcio tF T7"i 1 ! , N.C.is visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. . . ti'M l 1 1 r-. T-i . rJ, wusou ami jviis. n. l,. arown Prof. J. II. Wilson and family, of (uliovvnee, were in Asheville the lust ot this weeK. Milas Parker, of Cowarts, was in the city luesday, on business. The concert to be given in Sylva July 13 by a class of children from i!ie Oxford Orphanage should enlist the sympathetic interest and paWon iijleof ll our people. On former Msits these children have shown themselves to be well-behaved and well-trained, and the concert is al ways worthy of patronage. L. D. Norrts. of Bessie. f T 4J L liisiness visitor to the city the first i-i the week. In accordance with the Governor's proclam ition the church bells will 1 ruii at seven o'clcck every even i i for two minutes, at which time veryone is asked to stop whatever may be doing and spend this toe in prayer. 53 men will be called to leave lere about the 22 of this month ' licali will exhaust the number men in class one. V'e are informed that the concer -i't is l.iin;i given this year by ihe Uiiss of the Oxford Orphan ; eis, in some respects, different 'yu;at lias ever before been to t!e public. The program tB year includes several patriotic -wuws mat are calculated to in- w m ennoble-to create a deep- and more abidiny love of country institutions. Do not fail to ( this concert; tell your friends outf: come and help to give v""uini u rousing reception. v- Edwin r. Harris who for "' years 1ms 1,, ti,,. , ; 'st church her,, te .dered .tio last Sunday morning, . ; eJt immediately. Mr. Har ;,Jd Jfmily will go to Bums- where he will be principal o: -utKuue institute. Tin . 1 StllS Of ttio r 1 r .t CI . "' I'tuuic OI Lllf U1 "HQ Coriirnnr.Jf.. r,.ii , if i,.. -luuiiy luiiow mem Just tee 1 hiag For thes- warm summer a pretty sheer voiIp nr io,., knottier newassm-r just received, you will liko tu styles and they are priced at only We Other waists from 1.25 to 5.00 v Or Squire 'Tater To T flstratir mighty n,Vh L !Z" he Sm' to mongr garden Bass or " rOOS' Inn Pnt i .rs. toi'. We alls '-"V illli I J-l M ' 1 'TOf 1 ' fried, stcwed rnn T cnod, baked, cley 'ff:,.ed' co1oked d cheese er flour: 8o' .,r,..uey.. mr - im inter fo' Whoat flour " Ho', f1'"' him tCTiest" of iiill ..f?5,s 'J.e "suhstitu- r u lW .v""es, he sez. uay:3n"onVeed ?f A" lUrnia rot f0- de Fe room in de one on vm can tJ"De' v'y las' to' over yuadr. dom de fiSht. Stores sylva and Waynesville N. C. Buy Thrifr. Stamps and Help Win The War Ol Br'er Rabbit better make his se f mighty skeerce en not go pro ickin' roun' whar rU-ro's cookin' Koin on. 'cause a rabbit a i ot is er goin ter look mighty ;iood to mos' ennybody 'fo' long 'count er folks fniln l7- ?avn meat. 'Sides X ; 11 n lender have ter save de uheat flour fer comp'ny en eat bread made outen dis yere "substitute" flour. Dat wise ol owl done say dat to win de war you got ter feed de sojer boys dafs doin de fightin' Dafs Wat's takin' de wheat en meat' 'lfclriJtw "eld of labor. 11 yrW Want tn or i , rfj J pcnu an nour oi isV ,a,J(I at the same time , '-n'.s wort IV r..M.o,. ,1 it ,. f ...... , . - "V HUl v . lie 'd lilUX r,r,l c:. ..... . ... ;;uie Uogors.vhohnsl.PPii wM.Ilom:i f. . ill viTr am, I .i n . rr v,i . ilium u. is . . u "-T tiOmt; at VVKr.- . . I I Im I 4. I. . i . ... . " Vll ill T On nrwJw lu(j i ir.. . r " ,vv Von i;r... Wilhw" of KnoxviHe, . 1 ill n I U! (I . ",,"1UUI, III I I i " "if Ur,!, , "'rnh.,, , , iUSS irom 4,,.,.. h" n,s Spiring. ""1,1 ll.fn 'l-l ;i,lto;:u,.n',.mi he engage- iJereUIes Pow Artor de wise ol' owl spit on de bait he say, sez ee gwine ter sprize you all wid a mess er fishes 'cause you alls mus' save de meat en eat sumpin' else insthl.en jes git out dat ol' game bag en make it work, too," sez ee. Den he kotch ct, nan aim b.iy, sez ee, i-nooi l-lioot t-siih-ti-loo1," sez ee. Wen pl!s make riz biscuits jes don't make" 'em use cqrn meal ter save wheat flour fer de sojers. Sylva Collegiate Institute. Character Building. ideiiriiau:;:011 reMon- high select teachers who arp rfpfli d our best t0 that are righTthS? who " P 10US .Md Wh ,0Ve the thins work. nt'tears wh0 pams-taking in all their Courses of Study Our We JSamoh thai Backache mn.-i.i:. r kn i ... . . . nnun mayoe tney nave lain" :aacra-pcd position or else got a little cold. Mrrt (Inn 1 1 i i . mo uucKacne is due to thajr kMncys, and the timely use of Foley Sidney PJis is jut rLat is needed for Quick relief. Hv-a. Mrs T r n i . . iuuicr, wi vjiuora street, Syra cuse, N. Y., writes: I suerod vrith kidney " .1.4. luuuuiuusui, j. uuuasevere back ache and folt miserable and all played out uuusui -ueo oi r ciey iiidney ldls and after '"'"s uonies, i can say my backache is ! fcv.ij, tum wLieio x usea to ne awake night3 I iiieuiiiiiuc pains, i can now sleep m i comfort. Foley Kidney Pills did wonderful ' things for me, and I recommend them to all ' my acquaintances and frionds." i 1? 1 i i , . . Iur -Jacuacno.iame baclf, stiff swollen joints lAnnnflffToino i v a ii. i j luouuv", tonic, j factory ic vcsults. Try them. "f( v . - " 1 1 . i . . ... - ' lr . til t pi fi . i. . i ' (' I... . v'"r.in H;i,v, r u01n JU'('e Hi tliA rains, neaaac.-ea and nervousness 1U Ule early due to kidney disorders, Foley Kidney Pills are quickly effective, tonic, and most satis- , No school has a finer co, rse of study than ours Latin course innliiri ' ",an ours- ' teach ali the lower ZZZl "l 'y . .an1 W, bra. Plane Geometry. Sol id Geometry and Tri A'fie" offer a five years course S I f Tn:onomefy- We classes in History and Euc'uon 'Pa' Wi" t6ach a" Splendid courses in Pi mn Vnin. vv State m Oratorical and Recitation Contests. Have you ever een our Art Exhibits at the Jackson County Fairs T 711 the Sylva Collegiate Ir stitute Commenc3men,s? Normal Course. Our very best atte ition will be diven rn . . Public School teach rs. All j&Z by the State will be carefully studied. Theses will meet datly through JUt the year. In addition to the abo" tPrpH i J ? 1 ks 0n teachin wil1 be thoroughly mas! tered during the fc ur years' course. A Great Year. Our prospects or a great year were never brighter -his is to be ,our best y, ar. in spite of war. high prices, etc We Sh " Fall Term be gins August 20th 1918. J. C. INGRAM, Principal, Sylva, N. C. JLLS iDH FRS - 1ST ACT QUICKLY Th.,e Who Do Not M.k. 8tat,ment, oa Aamintstratlon by July is Will B. Cut O Fnm syu JyJl r noie"' Boardina Houses and "wulHl,OM Ar IncftidedSpeclal Provision For Wholesaler, and! wooers. BIG CAMPAfGM TO CI COT l nuni I LI I I III I I II I III WAR WRESS sessional campaigns, which will short ly commence throughout the country. Securer annouDced by the NatlonS Seem lty League. The League declares hat unusual measures must be taken to insure th iant; , ... . a w.v.i.luu Lms iau or a oeninu the can-vine- f - - u.i iu U Raleieh All all users of sum ,i. . na beInDd Ul can sale and r.:1118 .H decisive victorv bording hou7e Sui , enUre f th Hague's 281 hospitals an ,.5es.taurant3' branches and IU m,mh 8 281 bakers will be aiTtoTiSSr. J'J!00 PWoUc Amerlcan citizens will after Jniv i . purcnase suar be thrown Into this r u furnished Vt,?'?" creaon of support of rr'"! after the 2 thKe Lea winllso be Un statements of their rennirot f 6 dertaken by means of an active prooa the Food AdminfllJrement8 t0 ganda aong the leadine ImJ which are tJJS? ta IrrespecUve :uu e no do not make such state D ment b July 15 wm bj refused8tae Bl.hu Root Takes Lead. certificates at all. any EUhu Root, who Is Honorary PresI- In order to prevent any interruption tLl NaUonaI Security League, to the normal flow of t? ? reent Annual Meeting of the trade, the Food AdmLiSon0 "nfcLi-f Prt,CUlar issue certificates to the whoSater, Dort of fh f non-Partisan sup- and jobbers in order to give them 3n for Government in its el days supply of sugar Sd ng the the Var and prosecuo of T ! "e5.haVe a,the -ance oY availahirr 1 tkat SUgar 8ha11 be "ons- The matter was then taken un frying and preserving fey theNationaI Executive clZ? deafVp ft SeaSn and lfc 18 tbe i tne Leae and the campaign decld tTll f thf Fd Administration that f upon at meeting attended bv it all who esalers and jobbers shall im Lon R Parer, who Is Honorary vtl mediately take rn .. President nf t. c!.. ?norary A,ce .t - - oeunty League: a iTil i 5 d f! s a' f s b 1 1 o ill MM IWMIIi HH 9 - "fs w secure certi. sugar. After thr C.'" OI certificates thr.,,"'-.r!eo inese , , micuase sugar from brokers nr ro- 6 ficates which thv "l"n C.erU- retailers. " c"c've irom Dealers Must Keen r- All dealers are required henceforth tO KPPn on onA. x . LU .uiaie record of all salpa nam'f t0 -brace name of purchaser, quantity and price. Every wholesaler, as well as retailer is required to keep these rec! must ho 6Very PUnd 0f suar soId r; 'Lted.forV Tbe records Hon V suoject to the inspec- a j , . representatives of the Food Administration, or may be reoniSS oy county food administrators. WOULD INCREASE THE SUPPLY OF POULTRY Bavlno; of All Pullets Would Greatly Increase Egg and Meat Supply More Money for Farmers. the the Is wei!fhThe Food Administration is backing up and encouraging in ev ery manner possible the efforts of the Agricultural Extension . nte in nro- State f 6i PUUry iDdU8try in the btate. It is urging all farmers to save every miller Bn,.JM. . only of cockerels at this season oroiiers and frying chickens. U Is pointed out that tw- ereatpr oik!.,.. . . . w VIlu. prominent th. m o; 1 8 Ior Creasing xorK commission merchant. Thi o nSZ through the raising mlttee, as a Preliminarv srep sTai d to maturi y of chickens than there is the matter before 2T..oho i!?"8 5"1 Qtof . ' lormer United states Ambassador f n u the League's mZiJZTl?0 woori xr, o. sstan- "iveu, f resident of auooii or Outlook, and orhr n,.,...., . mIw . v'luiuvui men. Ihe League for National Unity and h "alfeTdy The lead! JSj The fono e,XpressiDS their approval! The following are a few of the fal vorable editorial comments which are appearing m all parts of the countr: Editorial Approval. Williamsport (Pa.) Sun: "The ara "0naIthSeC"rity Leae's effort wil olFvotrs 8UPPrt f a11 pa! Springfield (Mass.) Union: "This idea Is sound and eminently worthy of serious ntronff tt oi Des Moines (la.) Tribune: "nere In n?ravtT We" emuIate is exam aLI WiU lead t0 victory for Americanism regardless of party deslg! Saginaw (Mich.) News: "This cam paign will have a strong and growg following all OVer the country g Helena (Mont) Independent: "Ameri cans upon whom party lines rest light- ly and many who are strong for their party wi find reasons for t ion of the plan of the National st curlty League." 25.000 Letters. The Leairnp's ducted h; :"1 De con- vuuiiuuree neaded . .ro Lf. urrn. M nrnmln by New mrougn the increased nt.. cattle and hoes rho . , , . " ' ou-woueu meat animals. At nreaent , yi wapeciive prices of poultry and eggs fdresighted iarmers cannot do otherwiao raise to maturitv oOT.,r nA . they can maintain. Th n will sell today for 40 cents will pro duce eggs to the valno . several times that sum during the winter or spring or can be sow nen dunne the wt. A three times that sum. GRAHAM FLOUR FROM mew WHEAT WILL BE POPULAR Raleigh. The irrinrtnr - , " "e ui ucw cron wneat into ptqVi 0. uuui uuur is oeing en couraged by the Food Administration In some sections of North Carolina the new wheat is rPi,i. - - Bume oi the mills already. Most f , - - v wc ixi 1 1 j a reruse to handle the new n'n n cept in very small quantities on ac count of its poor milling condition. The Food Administration i , ' - anAIUU!" tnat no further whoot u,,, UUUI sua ii qc imported into the' stota .i.c uiiu iur miE reason, and for the art l"at m"ls una it exceedingly difficult slum new wneat and get the ex- ui action wnich they are rennfr Oo r vhm. ... 1D cuuouraging the grinding of wneat into erraham flom- i . - ""wic wiieai e.uuaui uuur iron rna n nrrr -.n i . " up wut; it i "wi dllU WllOiesome ha vino- o ,!. tmctive flavor which makes it ex- v.&u,6IJr paiaiaDie and Dromises t ten 1 - 1 W W maite it very popular. or can "If TOU COllld sfanil In 41. . un. "i'iu'U iu l lie 1X1 1U Lllf of Europe today and survey the land to its borders. j iiv uiatuvcr IIS whole population of 4ln nnn nnn v.., - v.-VWVVr JHAU1U beings short of fond . .uuuuuo ut yco pie in Poland. Finland Ca.Kt. a ' v., uia, vi mw nia and Russia are dying of starvation and other millions are suffering from too little food riiii Aii, j ... vvi nines au ine neutrals are living on the barest mar gins that will support life an. strength. "This, the most annnllinc- dreadful '.hing that has come to hn maniiy since the dawn of civilization IS tO me the O'ltctin -1!nr- zens in all naits of t, b . " allpolIticarbellefnThrlow fnl7htt Conduct of e war and, In fact, the very future of America are ofTwr"0' UPn the e,ection of a War Congress that will enact nec essary laws, but upon the presence In the National Legislature of men of vision, ability and broad experiem who are the best qualified oTourS zenship to correctly solve the great in- whTcl J tateonal questions which will come before the next Con- "Grave Duty." "The National Romt t ,., . . 7 ijr iugue, pur suant to unanimous action, of Its Ex ecu ti Committee, has taken upon ll self the grave duty of impressing these matters upon you and asking you to pledge your service for prompt a" tion to prevent disaster which might fOIIOVV tha sIaa! . . "iifeiiL - t - .uuii or incompetent uisioyai men to rn (TPOC TM. s l"P:r!d thr.Vh dcfi"'te and con ZcS v on tne part of loyal citi zens who are in the vast majority. Neglect and Indifference may prove fa! "The remedy is for every one to as E?t!5f P!r??!!aL0bIi.tiO" of speak- 7. , nung without rielev Dol tip.ol loo.) "I .... "ewspaper men thefr Von , PUWlc Pfnon tneir Congressional n:cf.. the nation Is the iw.nAn . . Soi,,to . V1 ,IU'n ran- u unconuitional loyalty are determined to prosecute the to victory and Who r,c-rr. strength of charte UM ed ahihey to be of 7' country in this crisis. The prohie ml before tne nation flre such ems can et.S0UlS f Ule beSt mcn lLat w Personal Responsibility. j "The neoDle of j.. , wiamct win un doubted:? take the riTh o , . ened to the political situation in time to secure the hitri.f J ..e rtatoe . . ' ut Caildl iu ruie ior in tne nrimn.!n ery citizen can riir.ti s..n Miai era. and ne earnestly hone t:.sit vn., -M . ponsibllity of so doing' to nd in Make who war the Ev- re- re- Lu: i caiiuu ffi Oerman militarism."