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- y-i li IK iqio zzr - - i(iu. - - . t lit A JACKSON BOY IN m?srs FOR CANNING. -... i -o , ivvii iinicnifni j Mr. witon-n you wm allow me As soon as we tf i T u& a bit of space in your paper I will ing those termS!l .ugh teach" write a few sentences, while the on- fonnwn i "I V "cir I,ever-to-be . n" it ir wviin portunily is yet mine to use this as come back to ml r,- pIannmS to Inquiries to Countv FnnH jjj .mean. of proving that I am yet Countv LLo!J ""atorA.J. wTLl remembering you people and am seer, ,0 be si Z i. ? I-umwI glad I am one ot you. a is paign some time ago. for the Red Sincerely yours in theservV Cross Association of America is rw Tr 1VM-e. playing a greater, nobler and far Camp Greene. more important part in the present war than anyone can possibly im , giiie, unless it is the bleeding and dying soldiers in their care. I am glad that the War Savings Stamp drive is making the great sue THE MERCHANT OF VENICE." The Merchant of Venice," which! ue nrespntoH 'AMERICANS HOLD HONS The Americans have been face to face w,th the Huns since Mnl $1-50 THE YEAR In75c slow to learn w sooa usewives do not Friday nidi rZ " nee m one of the . . . ih-'. sure they will nevP, rl . "'""niy understand the rednlaJ nine rf"J'y e8""" at of the war. and in " k 1'. T"68 I am certainly pleased with the expert to come hniV s.80verning the-use of suiar for : be renrt onj'.u- . Dg the . Means have riven h " "Cmei: tt.rtrk vmi HiH in thp PaH Pmcc I hfluo . . . . auer we inning and nrMOM,:, ; MW1 U1C 'ast to be forgot t on : "lllc ground t.w. - wv. wiuso Ksaiu I - uau iiiR nid Koll t . I . - r fwwvujK mirnncoc i or . n o L- - , . uu . -o i oernn." ana some hv , r . scares worKs. ours in the service be nmt. woa With rp. W. 0. Parker. W. 8. 8.- compelled to abandon fnrfh.r -"...g and preserving. They have been under the impression that only 111.0S1 -7 1 nouseholdwas availaole for this purpose. ''It is the very earnest desire of yuc rood Adm n crrof,- Rr.iiJorfw.n ..7" """"""" me s oi vavnesvillo possioie ouantifv nf f,: k r ovevmouw Wflont,. x-p- i , . ' wt ""ii uc ess it seems to be making. It shows rifeA. Mute Division of "ugh canning, preserving, ur evaporation," today de- oar, jjius to a Journal reporter. HELP FOR FARMERS uiiu.u iuaniug.il SHOWS MarL-A "vi1UU 01 j. that you Jackson County people are T! ,Wam! t0 be,P a" growers ?.ryiDj nnuP h9VO oiua,,a u U1 poiatces HDnles. rahKoHA cared I am sure, always will be. Some price? TT croPsforgood I"lm the of a sugar people are inclined to sit down and ?" ?rdfcr Lo do this the Divis- snorta.e ere is a remarkable in fold their arms and hope for the d u wil1 arrane rall ?reasf ln drying and evaporat- war to close so their boys can come f!" h Send in th Lames to fTs' AIso he Food Ad- horae. That is wrong, sinfully and e.nt daiy market wT 18 UrglDg. as ita no. iilnorantly wrong, for the man who TZV- ? , pnces farmers are "7iwiUi minimum has any money which he can loan ddlf t,0?dinSPinfe and prices hJtl'tl d Mrs-Jane s-McKimmon. lo the governmtnt. We are going a n ? W the Princ'PaI markets, f, k 5me demonstration work ta win and everybody, unless it is a th'f0"6" who wa' to recieve Z T Carolina, recommends the few thick-skulled Germans who have 2J1 rePrhould send their in,r,onJeJ.pound f" W quarts If) mrtet onno 1 .uvov vaoca iiHVf rofir n they lost and at some ooint h, J 1 me excentirm r u.. , . . Period during which .T JLT? 1 ;:r.?"neM tn' nes in the England were clnsni h., IT . 1.1 . massed aw of Huns Parliament, this work f " ZT aQVanced afai" them, and est dramatist th . Z T.r5ePorts "ey will continue known has contin... l ?? 7vcr l" uom lne,r "ne of trenches. nn .h ...... is piace FIRST SERWCF The r IN WW CHUROfl ihe first serving fcuTl"."""" torium nf . Ule audi- was the haTnav r t(llst,church church wasl""'': when the flag by ih S Ltha!erv Snndav Uday School, last Presen t Zn'T ... Aafi was tendent cf theh P8 na was an on the fitatia ten Z r since 11 was writ ten, more than three hiinHr ago. Whether one 7 OOtn 1. .1 - w WaUia Mvivu uy mose who -w. s. s.- SUGAR SITUATION cepted bv Rev t aV",u in behalf of the churcrKe' PaSt0r' thJsts here have one of and Bfr cSSKSL WCSt of Asville for thekldrl order thof "c "as aonein church. y 8Dt llave such a . viciiuauo who Xiave I nnmoa I . ... . lucir of fnV w-j. T WMUBIU not considered the matter carefully LZZV . Wlia the estimated Li ' r1" " dUonai sugar is nec Kuows it. To win the war -men quanuty, variety and grade of each r U can De added when the on immense cost of millions in m J p to.sdl. to Boll- U",S eaten' At t time the and billions in money: and if tZ "gL bt.ate Marketing Agent for SUuatl0n wiU no doubt be mnno,i u ' I . in. u., Wavnesvill rn lliuvn easier. ii.v..v; s uuui i una sjinrr. rnpn fliitn. . v. ine I.fes,tll wedding of Mr ofVPrtiM .f.C?StUm!s of eDuke hcation of the attitude f ,h pJ SMPrise to their EL?.! ? ..Pleasan' aristocrat's ZT. t0 cannYng and in Afi" Wednesday work in his own studv hi k "u.usewives of the State and Mr: Rhodes is a son of Mr fail to he lTJuUdl.he cnot there is some danger that snm J s: Wtt Rhodes of ih a?3 CUU lflls supreme women mav nhnnHo " noios a position in PoiH.u J auu ujumation of tradpH,, o-,i L..., luimer can-Is stant Rt pu." .1UHC ku as as- j "u ro- "jk ann nresprwinrf j n . I - v n7r; Umor and Pathos.unreIent mg hate and love of h i.. t. iiwiillTI i oudil 1 1 r 1 rJrl nrn i.m.h . I noan 1 iruest type. ' lc uur assistance in r",5"sagea in teaching srhnni The n , gettlng over" t0 the people iust near RaItiifih during the Toast ve ineuniversa nnnuiof., Lr.0t , . .. usc rnrriT7; JiEPast year. work is clearlv indlZX k. T L!.:! 7 tfte Food Ad 1 1, Ct W I 4 ' , Uy uie in me matter wrkrLT very METHODIST fHIIRfH T"SIua!ed Shakespeare. Forex- of fruits .IM . Ptor of the .. .. " ' "CUdUl"- Dr pa wnnrtc . . I u.ij . .. m tne sewmH c,ina r L. uc savea i -wiua-u, uas inaticauy trie sacrifice of men and Lrt" V 7 1 ue 5ent out aaily. w -"wioia is auowed to have says to her mM. Mood will increase. For shortage JL? abUt sh time in morVhan 25 Pounds of sugar dur- ?if to d! in mniw mMno K 8 the fall. ing the season for nnninrf . lf to do were a in money means shortage in sup ines oi ammunition and other ment that means advantage Germans and the reverse to us tlie soldiers from your own homes, amni0 r vx a.- i ii una a says to her MCnd SCene Portia 10 says to her matd: dehydratio season for j 4 lu uu were as easv as fn Tva...j.. : .ir.7uua uuu Pre' what were --yurauon requires secured the comsumntion thrrtrfK lvlLes ot Kev. Mr. HnHn lr dehydration, canning or Pre fi?? rfi.K churoh Th . lue etnodist yiurcn. ine meetind i,0rf., Tf . . spriinrt ....... wnat were finnH rn - i , . r-w squires no sugar equip. , """us" cowers of potatoes, an- : . wun ine approval of been rhnrI 7 ' vuaPeis naa ana with those products that uni Sunday evening and t,;n i " Iast Pies etc. are sufficiently intere te ?e,r Food Administrator. Ch?andPor cot- themselves to thl t ' LUort . We t0 stand together and load their nowever.aIl county food adminis-P "T. Pa,aces' vation. we think thih 11 oclod' d crops in car lots with Iators nave been inRfr,w u ssica, the Jewess, lnnkind . -nH -uuuiu cvtmog at 8:30. ' have the necessary blood, bravery rdpacIls:the Division of markets verv "lZrM enry A. Page SLT?' t0 Uren20' F ose products and mnnhnnH onA j ..: will helD them farm . lY u. very liberal in the exerois nf wno stands below in th cfrof. J:,. , . z "UUi-18 :mannoodand are ready, will-1"" lnera ' a co-operative the discrete h'uT'!6 ?r "Rf i" ,n l"e street: "adiiy dried or are mnr. iiip a.Qfiofi .ktisin 1:1 v " 6tcu i.ieni in i v c is miiin nnn intpn. . i . -0 rvAwVU( une me Moun uus matter and th- w - w.v. -in .7 :. . -r.wMBwu which are not I auu dubious 10 fiO forward anA l & wuiuuu, llKe tne Mnnn. CtUS matfpr anrl H,--- play our part in the dm a t Httein Growers' Exchange, in Ha vwi why anyone with fr; J 7!as5)n L. there are a few more than two and P301 With headquarters at Way- avaiIabJe should not save them all Pr6tty.fJlies that themselves ing the "iXllIOn U. . SO fliPra uMU ocus ior IIS mpmhpra PrL. .' s auu Uiy.Ufi.. - . nunc . l m A nie Durcnase nf j - "' n t ip triol . are more than one hnnrfrr11 u n csmmission and p- Smniir :... T iuuu oral, . c" wnicn is one VJ . n there see cannot some canned, we desire to encour age canning to the utmost, follow- motto, Maximum canning Georgian Savs Its Worth Thousands, After 20 Years Suffering. with minimun sugar." Preserving feeinke7dono!;ou-and of doIa to of I of course reomres a riofSn!f lawav " "? r '.lnc Tanlac has taken .u uuo iiuuurrfii i . ic- BiuuiiHr fin intitir ; ti l : . . . nullion people in civil lifcEverybody eahniember to subscribe to can be repeals often as Sis drain Po r k" h"8 f Uterar-V ty of suar- tS n W Ww. what WE must do; now what T S?are of stock Pa value of a"d legitimate need for thefr fn begU1Dlng her aPPeal Every famil v u , . ourJJ 1ni fa i g; is the civilian', H "... : five dollar?. purpose. " IOr tneir t0 heJew, who never for an inStan "y. family 18 enu"ed to pur- ?"'"out of Abbev.lle, Georgia, a'few an instant Individuals canning for the mar- W3Vers in his cruel purpose of re venge, says: state- ilian'sduty? Do not waste J'me nor money-that is all. Keep Whether Jackson County growers ketXuMJS?11 fr t,he n busy nrodiirind eu:. p ortani7P nn n..:. . ers cnou,d immediately makest , '.V 6 WU1CU1UJS 10 eai or " uwwullu" o meirown M"ents to tne Sugar Divkinn f tk "Thennalitvf m wnrng money. Buy war itamJ now or not, they should at least pJ Food Administration ,7T dbonds with all the money you in their names for the price reports ?T tificaes uPon which to buytugar 7eZ 6 spare, if you have any to and get together enough to furnish i?Dni and Preserving. They n JL , 0I,get some for' tne e Division of Markefs the ntes Upon the place beQ ui n-man tv. 10 now manv cars nf t. n.. .-.:c..:.- w'"cn and annles ,h n r10? !"a.y be secured It blesseth him that nave 10 sell. 0vv,utcu ai i y Onice hpv thnf now s th timo r . must he fiipri ,k e J.nev that takes." iwi ictiiiiers ro opf m mc ouear Jivis. together to get fair prices for what nlfyJulV 15 or they 1 phnfiA 9 .... " aaysago. w pwuuua ui sugar ior can- "Win ning and preserving purposes upon W?SSJaSS ' i c. 8 i c w h in h will h M 7 soa in this world." ,f"y 8tan,Ps n C I"? 0 aUeast send rTfiZL Ra'g for It droppeth as the 'en t,7 " bf ?W" "v the regular merchant lmjo fm& w .v.... tiuui I nf ha ..... Weak I millrlT,' --c o v. pucuaser. AOdltlonal quan- spells of stomach ."i, m; work- for tmes of sugar may be secured upon 1 fSTO similar certificates that are approv- sleep aVaUM 1 hhad 1" ' ed by the County Food Adminfstrl- ?"f, "S BB Wff guested all County hav C ! all Tn1.. iT 'manity. At four a. m. June 22 my squad jon was awakened to go out to the wa artillery target rdo eath. It is twice I gives and him me lumber might be hauled to will not be effective. -w. s. s.- they grow. This proposition is for the benefit wrap. The range is about 27 miles J the farraer- Jt w operated by the camp and only about a mUe ?ie department of Agriculture, da half from the fine little city th.rough its Division of Markets w bastoma. About seventy five of Wlth office at west Raleigh, N. C. t ,, i t c piy, wnicn re- 1 wumy iarmera want AT TPTTi1 pt now nn rTT turned July 4. We had a . " to organize a sellind noo,ft Ai rHj CL0SB 0F BUSINESS ; s ana lovely time, with a most their own under state aid or wish tn I ' lyio. w class and lovely people. I sup- "ork with "the Mountain Growers' STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION Op the JACKSON COUNTY BANK &YLVA.N.C. As she returns to Veniee aftr the trial, she sees a candle at a di. tance in her own home. anH claims: rood Administrators to exercise l?at's not alf Tanlac did tnis discretion verv liheraii v rrc, oun93. besides. I ' ; lu yciiuiy as it i hadstc 1 ve eainfl can eat as stomach trouble and approve certificates for sugar with- ' much oS iTday L l"v in any reasonable Quantities fn, T',.i,?.,'e'l.ike.iuD." H f- i,... .. canning and nrpeorvmrf Pharmr ayiva by Sylva "v, uidi uuie candle throws ur u . puiyoses. - i i "nunc U0 hotia nl . I nrnAnSw.- '2e 11 is r.isf nnt.,.,1 r A I iLXCnandw otrAQHir rv-.t. : it hn9ai r A,naoload luck for on ulcy Sflouid call a meeting overd-afts ecnd RESOURCES unsecured lt' CO I fnnn1 ..if. i. ... . Iflnrl houo Ja l.,- . . . n c t j . 1 ,n . . u UI BC" ias,n8 griPP : T ':."IC "iafRecing agent locat- AnZ l, trty B?nds ""FPVae ir u,ao t i . CU ar Waimoo.nll. rn . , .uusana l,itrff '""".anyway, I nad d "j"vmc, OOlling tlall, Mortgages 1 v ieer and a siidhf come over to Svlvn nH u... iney shinnpd" mo u tney can oranie and u Dtal r...t . "1V w menus- , , . " . "iciu w , utn against my wishes. Be- luri" me,r organization. reached the base hospital I t!ie.les! T " "l 1 as we"- never Fou h ? ayed there " U t. d WaS examined ab" 1 (lavs T too nt u "ao lu mere is fr,r,Her Pace in the world 'I ami : f 00(113 U a-.iot, an,, , v ciass arm prepar s"nan(l treatment are equally as i lC i0 mV letter 1 was t'.'Pita ? stop and r to the oL Mynosehad been a bit lh left J"61?001 ree days and swciM,,. , f ,me 8tPPed by iiJi,i ; ' nad our doctor examine 4aVd and und it to be 9n ab ma , Immediatelv. wth vM,u. i return . . 41t"c iisit of fiver. the h0SPital for illlar1 UVe days retlirnlnri 3 I)UrK.iWt,S Jn the hnsnitol T I v" ceased and pnuoii.. JTf? udujr Durunseo -W. 3. S.- VEBSTER Jfljf OASSEI News has been received hv hi relatives at Webster that James A. poison of the Seventy-ninth Com nanv nf 1U r rf uuuw, waa gcissea m one of the battles so bitterly fought by the marines on the Chateau Thierry iium cdny m June. However, in a letter to his relatives he states that he expects soon to be back with his company. "Jamie" says his comoanv has been in some very hot fighting but everywhere they have met "Heinies" they have been turned back or left inactive. -w. s. 8.- Miss Dorothy Moore, of Webster visited friends and relatives here this week. Furniture and Fixtures All other real estate Demand loans Due from National Banks Due from State Banks and Bankers Cash items held over 24 hours Checks forclearing' Gold coin "r' i.ncIudinf a'l minor cein National bank notes and other U. S. notes Total LIABILITIES 123763.1 1442.16 3482.50 600,00 2003 CO 2302.25 11333.00 58223.81 18814.33 64.00 75o.80 982.50 his beams! we nave als requested County So shines a good deed in a nandhtv Administrators to provide world." nome Demonstration Agents with Among a hundred ntW fnr;i:Japproved certificates so that they quotations are the following tk may assist the County Food Admin- devil can cite scripture for his our-' StTon in the distribution of these pose"; God made him. and thtJf. ce"lficates in their discretion. let him pass for a man"- "He iV , repeat that all the sugar VI . ' well 424.54 229447.70 Capital stock paid in Surplus funds $12000.00 Undivided profitless current exoenJ 6268.73 117779.03 76810.23 5239.37 13SQ.34 and taxes paid Notes and bills rediscounted Bills payable Deposits subject to cherk Demand Certificates 0f Deposit Due to Banks and Banker Cashier's Checks outstanding Accrued interest due depositors Tnral State 0f North Carolina. County of Jackson Ls' i, M. D. Cowan Cashier f i named bank, do solemnly swear h, flini . . - - nvuvc and belief. f mJ kW M. D. Cowan Cashier. Suhsi-riW .-A . . . swurn l3 oetore me. this. day of July 1918. W. Burch Davis Notary PubKc Correct-Attest; Coleman C. Cowan E. 1,. McKee Directors. - 1 . PdlQ tnat IS Well nricfio,l. there is no vice so simple but as sumes some mark of virtue on its outward parts"; "Truth will come to ugni, murder cannot be hid long"- "it . . . "'"ft t naiiging ana wiving go by destiny;" 'All that glisters is not gold"- "a goodly apple rotten at the heart; 0 what a goodly outside falsehood hath! 5255.00. A11C "icrcnant of VemV' pecially rich in characterization and one who is interested in the study of human nature will finrf I 111 - calf until i I .m,,,owl wc" repaia tor an intensive J . - w v stuay oi tne characters of this work These characters are divided inrn i tnree groups, of which Antonio, the mercnanc oi Venice; Shylock, a rich jew, a oeautiful young heiress, are respectively tne centers. The presentation of a work of this Kina aeserves every encouragempnt i . - as an euucauonai movement. w. s. s. that is necessary for canning and preset vmg can be secured upon ceruncates or pledges that are adv. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE TDCKASQGEE BANK. Sylva, N. C. AT THfif CLOSE OP BUSINESS May 10th. 1918 RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts secured DiW,,r QTl- I RmL m,. t, T7 proved and signed by County Food a".v ' mjminisrrfirnrs uculdna wans Very truly yours, HENRY A. PAGE. Federal Food Admistrator, By John Paul Lucas, Executive Secretary. w. s. s. Due from National Banks Due from State Banks and Banker j Checks for clearing Cash items Gold coin Silver coin, including an ... ... currency Natm.tes Bank "WteS a"d wther v- s Total FROM A LITTLE DEAF GIRL LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less current exns aim taxes paid ?646385 439.55 5013 40 2064.44 5I4V3 11.,2 3mj,.3o 220.CO lr5.S7 257.00 574.2i 10(X)0.00 9th Mrs. Ida Paxton, of Dillsboro, was in the city Thursday and subscribed for the Journal. Miss Dixie Coward, of Webster is visiting here this week. !-1iscouated May I have snace in The for a few lines? lama little deaf girl, 11 years old: I hv h.r. Bi" fa,abi. school at Morganton four years. SZZZttZZZZ,, I went fishing; there were seven iasll.i,;r,9theckststandintr went with me, my mother and unneiunt brother, Mrs. John Ashe, Mr. and A"Iucdintert due depositors Mrs. Ashe. Mrs. Nancy Ashe. They state Drought me a fine string of fishL1, U7 U . . . "ibank.dos :;vT. "luer wun Mrs-Asne- ment is besi t cf ; iv:y oinnaay was July 9th: mv I De,,ef r ..... -I inenas took dinner with me: Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford. Miss Ethel Massingale, Miss Letha Hovt. Miss Janie Hoyt. I was happy July 9th. Minnie Crawford. ruckaseigee, N. C. se 3035.31 3V.2 1000.xi 301V7.21 3V479il 100.59 Oi32 9u574.? f North Carolina rv... t " Davis. Cashier r.f it,. ,i . 1 :.d 0,e,J' sear that the above state- y knowledge aud Billy Davis. Cas'hio-r. u Dwurn lo ociore me, this dajof June .1918. M. D. Cowan, Notary Public Correct Attest. 3rd Joseph J. Hooker aJtr E. Moore lillly Davis Directors. 1, i ' r : .'t ; s ' i" f-' y -1 . t-. i: L