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On the first day of July, at six o'clock in the morning, Way man and Alice Shepherd, the Httle son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shep herd, left their home, leaving their mother and one little girl at home, their father being away from home at the time. - The children not having returned at twelve o'clock, the mother became very uneasy, the toy being only 13 and the girl 8 years of age. Hoping to fiad them in a short time, Mrs. Shepherd patiently searched for them until seven o'clock in the even ing when she gave the alarm. Mr. Shepherd returning at 8 o ' c 1 o c k , joined in the search and by nine a large crowd had gathered to look for the lost children. They searched all night long and by early next morning the crowd luid swelled to over a hundred men. Finally, they struck their track and tracked then S1NG1 G ASSOCIATION, FOR CONSTIPA ?N AND BILI OUS. S. Geo. Jenner, 51 Labor St., San Antonio, Tex., wn : "Foley Cathar tic Tablets have :ven the best laxative I have taKen and I recom mend them to sufferers from consti pation or biliousness. They should be in every traveling man's grip." Relieve sick headache, bloating or other condition caused by bad di gestion. For sale by Sylva Phar macy, adv. "Peace and Safety." "Victory means peace and safety for our children; defeat means hu miliation and practical servitude for them; while a negotiated pe -e, with the military machine of Prussia un broken, means that everything in their lives siust be subordinate to the task of preparing for another war with Germany. We can win now If Anier- Enrollment of classes wich Secv cu iau ue neia steaarast and un- Appointment of c )mmirfM swerving, and the women of America V " " i ' ' mmmees- can hold her steadfast." singing by all classes present ua- " " til 4:30 p. m. Adjourned unit 10 REASON FOR REFUSING OTHERS a m' sharp Sundav Julv 28t- Persons who h nn M4, . Association reasse mbles as to ad- over high rock cliffs, i nd through! Folev Kidnpv Pill rw. Journment. Called to order by the . . " mem iu n,flo;jnn. c , ... i rough places where it t.emed im- my ether medicine. ThPv divp tp. us prayer. possible for children to have gone, 'isf from kidncv nnri uMr- Arrangement of the classes and I J wuuvj. UUL1U "'mtmmmmf Editor Journal: L Singing Association ( County wi!I be held ? Baptist church on Sjturuay and Sunday July 27 and 23, 1918, and all classes in this Dist. are cordially invited to be represented iu the convention. The following program will be observed at this Association: PROGRAM. Sat. July 27th, 10 a. m. Conven tion called to order by president. Opened, by prayer. Organization. Miscellaneous, Discussions for the good of promotion of better singing. Adjourned for dinner. 2 p. m. Association reconvenes. HCT M-1. in this list. write withor . i. Division of u. c -v son at Raleigh si Qualla business and I r si J - 1 i. a 1 . The second day, at three c !rck iu , backache, sharp, shooting pains T a"ernaie,y 110111 Ser- the afternoon, they found the ijic .leumatism, stiff, swollen joints sore Y " W' N' Ck' boy in Haywood County, en Pigeon mscles. Duffiness nndpr pvp ' nPr. 12 m Dlnner on the grounds. I ' A . W W Wka li V . 1 L f TO ALL ABLE-BODIED CAN3. AMERI- Kiver. rle was, wisely, trying u ousness, always tired" feeling and back-track himself home, but, in- sleep disturbing bladder ailments. stead of going home, he was getting For sale by Sylva Pharmacy, adv. further away. He had left his little j sister where they had lain all night. between twin balsam trees, in thf deep wood, thirty miles from hom 1 i i i. . L' I . .1 listening to tne Dims sing over men heads, the little boy thinking of the story of the lost babes in the wooc of how the birds covered them witl. leaves when they died; wondering i : i. :n. it. . - i n wus possiuie mis was to De tnen fate. He told his little sister to stay there until he came back with some bread for them. When he was found, he told his? father he could go back to her and the great crowd followed them, hop ing to find the little yrl and take her back home that night, but they The allied armies and allied na tions are marking to VICTORY. Atl "iieatless-TiJl-Harvest" cit iEens are enlisted with the VICTORY-MAKERS. Get right en wheat Jin the ranks. "Food Will -Win fee War" wheat is tht test. Uncle Sam. p. m. Report of committees and adoption of same. Singing by the different choirs until 5 p. m. Adjourned. Whittier, N. C. R. F. D. July 8, 1918 R. L. Hyatt, Charlie' Hyatt, Mrs. J. E. Bridges, Committee. GOUD COWS NFEDED SOLDIER'S C6UGH IS CURED. Private Harold Hamel, 66th Regi In speaking oi' the difference of building up a Lrge daiiy and fami- ily cow movement in North Caro lina, Mr. A. J. Reed stales that in a number of cases fanners who buv high priced, well bred, cattle do not take necessaiy care of thern after .-Jl of these should lelay to the Sugar xd Administration lg the nature of their ling for proper blank forms upon which to file their state ments. When these statements are made out and returned to Raleigh the Sugar Division will send certificates for the sugar requirerrients of each firm or institution. "The attention of all dealers in sugar is called to the requirement that all dealers must keep an abso lutely aqcurate record of the names of purchasers and of sales and quan tides of sugar and are further re minded that the maximum quanti ties of five pounds to the country household and two pounds to the city household must be rigidly ob served. "Sugar dealers are required to sell sugar only to their regular custom ers, and to confine such customers, even their regular customers, to a minimum not exceeding three pounds per person per month. The two pounds is not an arbitrary allot ment for a week or any other period because the size of families vary. Some larger families will require two or three two-pound purchases a week. Beginning July 1, eight in spectors were put into the field by the Food Administration and they will be able to check up the records of dealers and ascertain the names of any users of sugar who have been purchasing from dealers other than their regular customers." "The Merchant of Venice" will be presented at Cullowhee by the dramatic club of the summer school Friday night, July 19, beginning promptly at nine o'clock. Elaborate preparations SrVe bein made for the staging of this well-known Shakes perian drama. The public is invited J to be present, If s. HEALTH IS WEALTH G STATE BOARD - Health-hygiew UESTIONS ON MEDLTH. HVQIBNK AND Uwutiny nm . mi upline rm av uai. i AnnBCMwi. v.. wtj mm imu... " writs on i TNI TT BOARD Of MCALTM T - M, rummm Schools And Physical Education A school superintendent, principal or teacher who copiplains that the cur riculum is already so completely tak en up by other subjects that it i diffi cult to find time for physic?!l. educa tion in the public school merely con fesses to a faulty training, since every modern authority on education gives due place to the importance of regu lar daily exercise in the development of healthy, clean-minded young men and young women. Efficiency is the word nowadays, and physical training is one of the essentials. A curriculum which takes up so much time that even the inalienable right of the child to a daily forenoon and afternoon recess of fifteen minu- subject. In the past it has h-, considered fashionable to be delieat e gen-fear and sickly, and among the older ixuvu oi scnooi teachers mere is SUU a sort f physical education-the contend It crass ignorance of the subject vJ ern pedagogues, however, as statM are unanimous in their insistence upon the necessity of physical training along with mental training in the he schools. The great war has prob ably strengthened this feeling. Z hope it has, at least It is a curious, yet a deplorable fact that most of our laws regulating the practice of medicine or the healinff ar! are made by legislators who know nothing of this art or of the ways of hygiene or health. It is a nder that our laws are as good as they are Shall we permit school superintend ents, principals and teachers, with lit tie or no knowledge of physical train, mg and less respect for it, to emascu late such laws as may be made ia I . . . 1 1 1 uiey nave oeen purchased. This nent. Ft. Adams, R. I., writes: "1 has been notably true of such Hoi- FROM A JUSTICE OF THE PEACF vas troubled with a bad cough for stein cattle as has been brought in- W.H.Hill, J, p., Detroit Tex. ntn I AL and PHYSTr Al D EVE IL p MENT failed to reach her thHtnidht Hnw . 1 a uau cuug" lor uo "dS uten rougnt m- rSltmoS as three months. I tried Foley's Honey to the States. Pure bred, highly 22 Tl?ulgS nd Tar and felt greatly relieved. I developed, cows, need careful at- birds began to sing, they heard ' little voice calling "0, Wayrnan Come here quick! Trying to set who could reach her first, the crowc rushed to where she lay, all right,! Pharmacy. cAccpi mat sue was so nungry sne had gnawed the bark off the laure bushes around her. They found hei on black Knob, near Tennessee Bald Bringing her out to the top of Bead Knob, they gave the signal that tht lost children were found. If voi could have been within hearing yoi wouiu nave thought vou were oi a battle-field. uuc m uns siaiement is true. caret ul at ecommend Foley's Honey and Tar tention, plenty of food and tsnnd md will keep it on hand." Gives shelter when brought from regions elief from hay fever, asthma and where they have been accustomed )ronchial coughs. For sale by Sylva to such conditions. adv. N. R. and Ann Henry. FEWER AT HEALTH RESORTS THIS YEAR. A good family cow, when proper ly taken care of, is a valuable as set. A poor family cow is an ex pensive proposition. The pure bred cow, improperly taken care of, will also b3 an expensive proposition ir the long run, for she will not pro duce unde: such conditions. A nun ber of scrub cows are be ing brought into the State. The Such actions multiplied hv ,w L,: " V .." "' """B sands Increase the demands UDonTur limUSCry' or example, there railways for cars and already, because are many dealers in horses and trJtOI Hm,ta!7 demands' Jt with ex- mules who have turned their at- 1to"tte 0 buying scrub cattle, since There Is much inskHmi. rn.-.. tlie "lovement lor tomiJy cows has in the country against conservation been inaugurated by the Agricul- "IT IS THE WAR." In France fifty per cent of the total energy of ftp people is said to go into military effort Hard 9&s, hunger, sorrowall sffer ing im excuse with the explana tion. "It is the war." This is the kind of spirit needed in every American home. GOOD HEALTH OUT UPir.uc ai i r-. writes: "I used Foley Kidney Pills with Good Health aii Thic ...u..- ' . and say unhesitatingly that of all I Wh Tie " Ntm fioxri 4-V.A.. I uocu incy dre me Dest, and ies the open air is forgotten or nave done the work where the rest failed." Backache, rheumatic pains, sore muscles, stiff joints and too fre quent bladder action are symptoms of kidney trouble. Sylva Pharmacy. adv. ng Is Worth OILLSBOROJED CROSS (Intended for publication last week) Our Red Cross is still growing in numbers, and more and more intei- est is being shown as our boys are leaving for the camps and others who have gone on before are cross ing the sea. We can't go with them but we can help to make them corn- ignored, in the hot pursuit of history. mathematics or highfalutin smatter ings of science, is a very poorly ar ranged curriculum indeed. Fifteen minutes of general exercise every morning and every afternoon would go far toward overcoming the inherent physical defects of the race which were so sadly in evidence in the huge proportion of candidates re jeated by army examining boards in the recent drafts. Before real physical education can be imparted in tha public schools the principals and teachers themselves must acquire some knowledge of the behalf of this vital feature of educa tion? Shall we admit that the cur riculum as arranged by such educa tors cannot be modified sufficiently to give the necessary time to the health ful physical development of the stu dent's body? No, not if we hope to see our children grow Into strong vig orous manhood and womanhood. It is up to every intelligent parent to see to it that sons and daughters in school receive proper physical train ing. It is sfill more the duty of every school board to make due provision fcr the physical training of school children under the supervision of a competent instructor. P J& HEALTH IS WEALTH ET HEMTH'0HYGIENE bufhe STATE BOARD OF Increased expenses in traveling and at health - . . v-wi u niu nccu I11UIJV I qt1 , , u . . .- Buiuiu UC LUUClKHi hay fever and asthma sufferers le i T, ?TT U ishen 8h-rs and hears of the thic curnmaf EV1.. it. I . . c sbj vices IS U.irect a- fiStimntrl tVici!- Tn,.., i , i .. .. u.u.i.ct. i mcys noney an sistance to the enemv fortable and haDnv hv Red Cross right here at home. Every PU77b- Find Tllft VfiUn woman's heart shnulH tm,, w - uv tuuii iar is recommended as a satisfac tory remedy for hay fever and asth ma. It heals , and sooths, allay; inflamation and irritation, and easef the choking set.sation. For sale bj Sylva Pharmacy. adv. will JKielA you- 8 THE CONQUERING SPIMT. "I can't get labor-, maehinerv i high; I am increasing my acreage." -r-An American Farmer. 'My left wing is brolr-v 7 right "i" ia crusnea wo aTft attacking iu me center all along the He." General Foch. ealimaieU tnai enePO lnr,a drpar wnrlr fl,.,f : l:.. J ' 'w"u 6" Hum mai io ucing uone oy tne has disposed of over 10,000 head of ! Red Cross for our boys "over there." 5cruu carue, mostly jerseys, in the ! We have just shipped a box con- Fcua yedr. imS onegs up the ques- taining eleven dozen bed shirts twoi 'ACKSClv'S PART OF THfclWO BILLION DOLLARS WAR SAVINGS. Br er Tater ain't skeerin' un Srhos' won he say we alfs mu?Pea1 Kin ter feoi i" Et, We alIs don't en it won't be uet3oay fo long Barkers Cr k Canada Caney Fork Cashiers Cullowhee Dillsboro Greens Creek Hamburg Mountain Qualla River Savannah Scotts Creek Sylva Webster Quota Sub $10,238.00 $2,625.00 10,948.00 1,030.00 23,456.00 11,440.00 25,132.00 25,600.00 8,660.00 16,360.00 8,184.q0 27,290.00 16,692.00 12,740.00 25,898.00 45,330.00 18,990.00 4,475.00 5,000.00 26,300.00 8,000.00 1,600.00 6,445.00 2,500.00 27,290.00 tion that those farmtrs contemplat ing buying pure bred cattle should take the matter up with their eoun- ty agent, or the Dairy Field Office of the Agricultural Extension Ser vice at West Raleigh, so that they might be put in touch with parties who have a surplus of good cattle to sell, and, thereby, get the best stock possible. The dairy industry of the State is suffering from the influx of scrub cattle, most of which are coming irom tubercular herds, and from animals otherwise in poor condition TO SUGAR WUMERS. CASTOR I - Eor Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years County Food Administration A 4,810.00 J- DiUs is anxious that no dealers in 2,560.00 sugar, or hotel, restaurant, boarding 22,000.00 fiouse, Hospital or other institution 33,535.00 shall find themselves in such posi 4,2800 tion after July 15fh that they can- 285,956.00 152,450.00 nt purchase sugar. "The order is i wish to thank all persons who 'perfectly clear," stated Always bears the Signature of Mr. Dills to a Journal reporter. "No dealer in or user of sugar can purchase sugar since July 1 except die precinct went over also, with $5 i nousenold consumers. All r e t a i 1 more than her quota: CiillowhPP dealers, hotels, restaurants. hnarH. over-subscribed by $1,300. I ing houses, hosoitals. N- WlLS0N' County chm. I and other institutions are included took part in the War Savings cam paign. No more patriotic service can b? rendered. Qua la reported over the top, Ad sweaters, eight pairs sox and sixteen comfort pillows. We have a nice supply of outing on hand now to be made into bed shirts. More yarn has been ordered and we expect to soon have a nice supply ready for the knitters. We have had several handsome donations given us lately to use iu the work, which we appreciate very much. We are very sorry to lose Mrs. S W. Enloe as our chairman. She has shown that she had the work at heart, and has filled the place wellJ We are fortunate in securing MrM R. F. Jarrett to fill Mrs. Enloe's place. She, too, has the work at heart and we all ffel sure she will do all she can to make the work a success. "A year ago I had a felon. My doc tor put on some salve. Well, you know what happened. Presently I entered the hospital, and they fussed with it, boiled it, poured iodine into it, salved and poulticed it, until I got tired, after a month, and insisted upon an anesthetic and thorough surgical iciiei. iney trimmed off the ring fin o mm nine i nave never GEE, HOW IT HURTS. And all to no purpose, either. If You Have a Felon Have It Cut Out Miss Feimster met with the ladies been able to close the other fingers at the work room and organize ! a and ine. stub is alays freezing, i am' canning club. Miss Beulah Dills t"Z y the was made president of the club and .reli from the coiiness a VTii6 Miss Margaret Buchanan vice pre. t0 eeziRe- Or wpuid it help any to rtpnt nnd m cc rw ru -wj .uu our v. iuiaa x jsuer sec retary. The young I.qdinc ail c S3 - Ull OC IU very much interested and are mak ing preparations to begin work right away. OR 2UCKACHS KiPNCYS AND BkAOOCa It takes a great deal of didactic in struction to teach some victims of felon a lesson. This man is stin true to the poultice in spite of all the need ess suffering it has caused h m And :,nk ,oil! Creilulity runs high In the outla'.ds. 8 l" Feion salve hc-ritailnrit, bfl.. The trmal(1 'ZyllJ1 that way. it is bad arithmetic. Felon ether scalpel drainage -all well in six days. That is alge-braic-a little too difficult for many Plain folks to understand. Fe Ion poultice danger perma nent deformity or permanent trouble i hat is neither arithmetic nor alge bra, but blind gambling. A fel.n is a deep infection. Usually the pus-producing germs are upon or underneath the periosteum, which is tu protective and nourishing covering of live bone. If pug accumulates here, or even in the deeper soft tissue of the finger, the patient will sufTer great ?f f' J6 PUS 18 under th Prio tea membrane, it will strip this nour- fvmembrane away frm the bone. Sfti. . r'SUlt f that is necr08ls or death of the bone. When dead bone s present there Is certain to be pro longed trouble from a sinus or running Bore-the condition described by the correspondent. pt'i Swn as paIn' celling, redness and localized heat or inflammation aj. Pear, that is the time to have the feloa opened. And not "Ln t w old stuff, painful, brutal, inefficisnt; Mm ! 1 haIf way measure of the timid. The felon irm.t k i sea' right down to th patient under the effect of ether. Only tne bud. in from thr tn fT a ThLfGJn .ShUld be Poetically healed, mat is, if tne ........t . i tTf before serIs damage has been done by procrastination. Felony, the advocatAM nf .ow.. Poultices should ho crime. Questions and Answers. - C. B.: what Is a good remedy for chronic sore throat, when tha tonsils have already been removed? throat wits meafur- Garsrhny thi Hot fomLu1 Water al valuable. thf thS?t 2 mvj"J ck wni aboul e inroat at night is also valuable.