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,--! Si - 3;':- . f VOL. IV NO. 7 ROM A SOLDIER big r, MUtrii.illI SYLVA, N. C. AUGUST. 30 1918, IS OLACKLISTED. TOHIS CHILD. Below we publish a letter from Oscar Ensley to his little boy. This chi'ds mother is dead and his fath-j"4"1? of 40 t0 00 Per cent on flour, uuvtMtNI UHUtKS OS IT W JL -Because it-had, Pteered charging a tr has gone at the call of his coun i ry. ujccii, iara comnnnnr, . U. ti L -"uuioiasses, Deen several v 01 Dunn hoo I iuo TYirlinrf- Whon T f- I aj . . uy lale lyai.i.ie,. x am im away wu ummistrator Page and ti ., v I r i ": . " dull DANCE OF NEWSPAPERS TO SUB- W IT PAID 1 ADVANCE put Owing to the serious shortage riewsorint SCR S1.50 THE YEAR IN ADVANCE CASUALTY LIST FDR FROSISERGT.rATSON , , : 17- " t i Innf nf k1n: . :u,s thiu of me and pt I H of food and f SD!r ustnes Board has n?-.vm. NORTH CAROLINA And 9Q TV-' j -r.- 5 I vates John Evans. mnmiMA o k.. ; 8 ieuer was received Newbern; Henry Gr LT ' c " 10 nse to one he Missing m action-Lieuts. Paul tbp"inth & VCr the N.Montague, Winston-Salem- Wil- ,n tfi Cross drive: 'tn n. uates, HendersonviliA vvcnnere." Killed in action -pw. r"..; August 1st 1918. I i - . wu- lOCJUUU fill III MHr TA 11 aTovin 1 J . I 111 11 till in flnMnn r" x n I iuneachanee. To leave you, dear, , , "?e duration of the War. Once sendinam, -.,.:: discontinue at B. GaUion. Seni.-: - w&nc Dear Mr. Dills:Your letter "to ,s.he hardest thing of all: but I "TpSon- Renting snheur:rV"1'.:' f" y PaiO-in-advance Aug. 25-Woui" " l'. more than I-.! v. r . "asgiven a hearing hp. . ""i wier man uctoder 1st. Hm p c X . wreaatea and m no siacKer wnen l hear mv for mp , to I . "VTtxu -cotr, SmithfiM c '""ys - ' i ac several rtavfi orirk owx A o . i - . i?ia::.l. n ol, mc ai omerem niooS i ... ...utu.jr xuucai uuine wun t. rasaecisiou wasannounced to be in nrrpr, u " ' "v OUU3W1 uugnt Aujri 2R k iii -'"V viue Irnt and ha vec had the chance in you, little boy, is happiness that is day. L8 t0 h paper. YdU either va7 true:bMtIcan'tseetheenemvdnwnl ln announcing his decision Mr "- "V pper Oryoil don't; . V If :VOU do. it should Pi r":, 7?".' Culberson; of the company. I wnt f kv j i n , . ra j - ' iUKoai. Mnnrowoi iat:ii: i . nnaifc i tae Dunn concern, rC. V" rtUVMC eacn year, just as the gOV Johnson. Kernersvill.. Wm r;i.1L t.u1 red. white and blue. Padft StnfArl th used tn ...l- . . Wllinn 1 nm-.iw I with you often, those beautiful merchant, T,r8CSt t,me rhp. V """I 1C4U11C- 0 i,,ov dav. hm it mw - J"'1 "an 8 1:1 Carolina, is the arrearage should be raid and W hi,lktiiatweare , fa 1 discontinued. The government ordr me day, m the near future, this North fordid ilT . . UUI colnmo" sense after all. peat conflict will end and the sol- Landh.in r"ZZ '.y Mc iier boy who loves folks for them as well prnmanf tll ' " " I " rgest time r, VV11A 11UW require. It vou do not. then son, Elkville: Wm. Fairotf we are just as proud i r n a . . - ' " i u a Vji i . ii uh i i ii vim vy-ii if a mm tm Mountain ' 1WM aa yuo are of you will Wounded IS iftn,uu.. .r. r y wi wii- ioiks like -usuuy wiosboro; Raymond Barnes, R. F. D. 5. Taylorsville. US. Wa are bound to beat the MHun" with folks like you alt backtab iu nH !&P&&V When we cary Laughlin Company at Raeforrt WJ - llie consumntion of iVrint .rJ Pwv,mi. " li-. ?viua Lwt astn. From th IA71II nnmn I f l ... .. - . M. K'MLWX. LUC V Y fil l """"J'J I CUIJI I Hll fllOrl nm. 1 I Mili .rU J.u.k to vnn ndnSn n i J . b j . piunieermg in meat. ics Duaru Savs must he rdiippH of lni i - ea-JNow rennrrM u, . t . v hot 11 wu not- - "h"1"- ii is iue uutv nnri uroo A , ' . .. " wvvu nv ivaai in -r-vu nuuuucu aeerpp Deionu imHi , v. huo auuwrii l ii mr ra - i n l' pant- -1-. ... ; i nn.i v . . ' o- I a uut rxZuaz czrisz rReadTtri-per cent or there whi be ulund always to remember that and other dL.rt.i- J The Government nrd.r 1,1.- hnv vvhn Irwoo n : w 111 jtuu cm is on me no opportunity wasgi firing line. He did not want to 1p 1, , K the case, - "xwuv v, uv.! a i cmune ro week v Au. 27Tfni : , . . : vw WJ vph thni ' newspaoers and whiVh mud 1: pQi ," v"luuonUent. the Jackson Countv iioc want to leave to make anv snnh nM.;K:"7 . "uu'fllc ' .T' uri,am; Aarl M. I :1. U; y.r . " vwmiiwuuuu Ij ! 1 . ..u. lor ne u ifio.ng to risk his life; lieu of the blacklist u. 15 u u ue rtinencan and will up- 1 1 ,i,J llio Cfr..n 1 C . " fla"t Peering " ucau uuu otner vin Mr. Page frankly announces that stances of profiteering let ions of the food con- wounds received in li-l, almost everywhere you roam . ,mT , r" ' " 7 1 '. Ppem, Hlier flate Ot eXDiratlOn of fill h. K0.u e 3-er Bridge. but are nothing to compare with the tu" fibrin im, iuM.l.., T T Wounded severely-. (mips nt inmo . ' U1UW WI UllilZ determined) Lint ri;fttV n. '., . we are nack on Weldon. r T;puy Drancn. I wish you cm coma see tne boys crowd around Journal; then , ...- V 1 - Hooker, 617 East Liber v q ,f r""?1186 r yourselves how JstuDerty St, Sahs- rantfaieSss-mranH MnJ r. little Paradiss" hr the mountains. lst-To discontinue any free copies by- oecona - io discontinue sending kov:rZSTj? acM ?y.i.n in good heaiTh i - t CI ' voiwu D.- I haenn anil rinnJ ..SJi. w . O t . . . -wu, uu 6wu oymu. MOSt Ot thP hnvo have been under "Fritzy shell fire prl na n mo one nf When the hov dnm9!B, u.. ... - - uipune, m pret- ftv .iuuv,uuik uy ii erence tn t is pnnfr K,,ti ... .-.. ,. . ueeu acceptea in lieu of more dra M.e,l those hps of yours, so sweet, tic punishment. I.i -it I lima f ; r ... .. : , !aVe i" aDd . T"e not harmon-! : o. " uieei. Lioa t lze his bUoi,i,-33 operations in fnnH tiveiiD. mvdar nd ;f . :n i.. j , . """'""s in lood uatien : if h"- "J""""' "C "V" Q 8tUn3 Wlth Policy of u eann tne rood Administration can. , . , paueiu; we publicity that has been given -y wiH not wait so long, but will the matter in the newspapers oUhe and love a slacker when their State and in the official Bulletin is! - jer boy has gone to fight the sued from our office," today 7ecla -tle for his country and you. His ed Mr. Page ilielne thaet ZT? "A ma" W"0 deS pkM nOTanc ,en he , " trUe' CaMOt be Said t0 have l:d due i en he returns in years to come diligence in informing himself of the -dfind, you're false, his who.elife rules and regulations Z gned iVy be rumed and his happiness the Government for that degree of , .... . comroi oi nis DUSiness that s oppo. . rto"" 1,01,10 lu "er- " Jim was e mnrl- M Wheilthey 0fthewar- Neither the man who "o She laid aside tear! b! 'i.e marching back to you. Throw wilfully refuses to conform to the to thlnk T1"" sie could do- The op- l:e will iyv7 ! , " 8 VP!:. 'I6" n"the W.h d0eS n0t d"e ? the, bL ,uu auuui ma unigence in intormitig himself of the war Havm88 stamp alonj wun laces and the other article! ot their departments. They bought thtm too. Part of their salaries each week was converted into the little gren tickers. Lillie had been told that War Sar ins Stamps would not only send ships oer the seas to France, but that they would furnish money to frcture depth bombs that would shat ter the biggest U-boats aoat in the Atlantic Ocean. She knew that U boats were lurking for the transport that cwrrted Jim and other American oldiers across, and she reasoned that If every American girl would buy and scnption, unless the subscription is mSt Z&??1'rhm renewed and paid foP This ruling to ade:LinzieR Rod KT 1 IV j v. . . . I I frp firourlr i ue eneciive Uetober 1, 1918. GIRL DISPLAYS AHERieA'S IVflB SPIRIT free fireworks very much. Thev Qay ton W arr rr 7Wag0ner totUtt they are luckV to have wl .-8'3"' Preensboro. the "Fourth of Ju!v" everv H. Died from accident Wafi every day. Ham Wei hom w;n, u V: LUC wrmans neat a bum Story of How Young Girl Snk a U-Boat and Sarcd Her Soldier Friend. 7 ....xxiuoij, uasioma. reallv wnnr.ATf.il f Uan'n.n - I . owuun uucou- "xiCurpS. concerned thpvdnohn.. j...s JTLiIIed in artinnP,:. . . '"u"" Tiney. R F. D. 3. Ta? the were on camp- nie Wilburn nP U mg. mp:. 1 self lucky , v.,uuluUi i rn rv with cnr u j " ouv, uuc uuys ana 1 am 1 Her name it Lillie Prill. She sells laces in a large department store la one of North Carolina's middle sise towns. Last summer when the draft law went into effect, Jim. her beau, one of the boys in the store, marched away to war. Lillie wept for a day or two, of course. Any girl would have wept. But Lillie didn't weep long. A new thought came to her T)i Arl tAm i I.. wv-u aerooiane arvMripnr doing mv hpet , rcr oJ Will" XT O ""vui o j u uioi OCiCalll IO sua tkat all of Ia m B- Springs R. F.D. 32, Mars make things just as pleasant for tr" "lHiCharle.s H' mpton, 2527 them as lean. , Please give mvverv business at the bottom of the sea. R- F- & 1. Mars Hill. "Anyway," ,aid Lillie. Tm going to Missin actiou-Carlton John destroy one. I can sell son Milur0i Wo- . I 1 i..auncc. oaviugs stamps to enable the government to manufartur " W. S uuiao mat will sink S.- H). finnr -I.... m, . . ' 7"," a siacKer. mey rules and regulations is fit to remain not deserve even a chance. The in such business at a time like this " ') S Whom vnn chnnM Vi "iiuin you snould honor are Snr.h n man is nnt a nmM?l n.f.:,. )ov wUn r TT" . "uvuwu FOUIUl, w k-5 ce and as 3 matter of war Picy it is , 'T UU f00a Dye' this dangerous to allow him to continue ' uc uie 19St me. in business. Oscar Ensley. w. s. s. -w. s. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS F:very retailer is required to make AUTO SPEEDING. Editor Journal: Pleasp. H rw mp T . . A . I w . . I.J v "vuuory oi his SUDD V of flour , rr ' - uuvv, ui jruui ciiicr a lew temhV 1 SU,S.tltutes on nand SeP" words of protest against a common v.i . vciory to oe neia occurrence in our town, and that is ui examination by Food Ad- the speeding of automobiles, espec "Jistration Inspectors. iallv on dustv davs and Snnd very retailer is required to keep Today after services at the Mttho - accurate record of all purchases dist church, when everyone was "ur dna cereal substitutes de- damp from perspiration, going to the, !m after September 1, their homes, auto drivers (more than (; - same to be subject to examina- one) exceeded the speed limit by . and inspection by the Food Ad- several miles, leaving a cloud df dust -uc uon inspectors 'and County to settle on the damp linen of the ladies and children, hesidps pnrlnnd. r . I ' " o v ery iruiy yours, ering the lives of children. No man F a a PAGE, can be in such a hurry as this, un- rood Administrator For North less serious sickness or something lna- of the kind, and everyone who can- , . " w 8' s-' . not take their time, especially on ieut. Thomas Moore, of Camp Sunday, should have his license re- . "uon, is snendind .- a Tiiiall uuu uvi UVy uiiuntu IU U1IVC J wrents at Webster.. hi a car at all. We are all proud of our little town and the people therein. They go over the top in everything. They have gone over in Liberty Bonds, in Thrift Stamps and in the Red Cross roiums are paid on anything drive and they have gone over the top in building one of the best u Premium List will be mailed next week. i,,?are yuexhibits'for the coh Pre V1 vuuie. m tUai wm siiiK a submarine. I gm nim znr.aT11'" - 27 BOYS LEFT FOR CAMP JACKSON sell War Bavin! them could make Government to iattTJ W;Z c. "pton, 2527 "em as ican. Heaae give my very oombs that would destroy tbe U-boats nQ i o ' WIMton-S a 1 e m; oest wishes to all the folks and tell ChA. to the boys just as often as they tan. ' Your sincere friend, J. Guy Watson. w. s. 6. HUMOR WWAB ZONE London, Aug. 20. A famous Eng lish Bishop has endorsed thp ii cp r.i . l . . -w-t oeiow we publish a list nf th oy the Kev. Sam LeLand Nu, , w aa i . w DOVS Whrk lexf-' L . I Vrklr lfnU:.i. t .wi. nuiu mis county last W4,V "luuuist preacner, oi an ex- Monday, for Camp Jackson: clamation rhyming with his first oenj. ri.Cathey. Dillard MoKinipV name. Of course the Bishnn nnaii. Hooper, Samuel Edward Coggins, fiei ms endorsement. A. E. Hunger Walter Powell, David Sutton V ford, leader of the Y. M. C. A. narrv Uyde Key, John Bascombe Battle. of fifty seven secretaries who were OrenTheo. Tallent. Elias RavmnnH n board the Orensa when that vp. Franklin. Dock Richmond Fvi M was torpedoed while nenrind n . ... - - owrKe nvans, Hobart Nicholson. lan told the Bishop about the Lyle Jones Turpin, Cicero Dills, Rev Sama outburst. Three minuteiy Garland Buchanan. Elsie Richard after a British destroyer had picked. Lillie FrUl did It. 8he'Pd u yet. Though she is -a IHtle girl, blond and slender and not very pre ty she is not only putting up a good fight herself but she Is leading a whole band of fighters. Th store f0rc through her influence is UUUB German U-boats system aay, ana you have already heard are winning. TVia Tim. . Tma or America wh "aTC DOUt and sold War Savings me purpose of destroying ,w:rra U"DoaU ar to b congratu- .u on en. success of their program. Not only Jim crossed the seas safely, but nearly every one of Unele Sam's boys have had the same vi iw thanks t the Lillie rrlllea of Amt Adapted from Ouy Hubbatt'a. churches in the State. They have met every charitable request. Our small lodge of Masons have done their part. First, we bought and paid for a Liberty Bond, $50; second, raised for the Singing Class $122; third, subscribed to the Or phanan's Friend, $86. So no town of its size can boast cfmore liberal ity. Let the Town Fathers take the at m matter in hand and stop at least Sunday speeding of autmobiles, fill up the fish pond in the bridge at the upper end of Main street, cut the weeds off the sidewalks and re pair the street and sidewalks to the churches, and we will all feel better, do better and look better. With best wishes for our town and community and the Journal, I am respectfully, J. S. Cajjioun. August 25th. -w. s. s.- Brass 3iid at Fair this year. Geo. Bryson, of Sunburst, was in the city this week, visiting relatives Rev. A. C. Sherwood, of Bennetts- ville, S. C, was here this week, con sideling a call to the Baptist church. G. T. Cooper, of Qualla, was here Thursday on business. The B. H. Cathey Chapter U. P. C. will meet with Mrs. J. L. Dillard, , iuuiouay, ocyieinoer o. it is re quested that all members be present and those who have not paid their annual dues come prepared to do so. W. s. s. NOT TO BE IGNORED The kidneys are as important to good health as the heart, lungs, stomach or any organ in the body! Lame bak, swollen joints, sore muscles, rheumatic aches and pains are most often signals of kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Pills give relief to kidney trouble sufferers They banish bladder irregularities Sold by Sylva Pharmacy; adv. Jones, Charlie Hampton Gibbs, Roy kodi. Asne, James Phillips, Thad deusTeague Varner John Henry Franks, Judson Robinson. Wm. Mi- Kinley Messer, Raleigh Howard Dil lard. Roy Carl BumsterneTa Rufiis Keener. 17m. CrawfnrH AHomo b.; A benjamin Henson. Bartet Hph. ley. Wm. Walter Woodring, Harley i n orris. -W. 3. 3.- M.E.CHUHCH DEDICATED One of the largest congregations ever assembled for religious service garnered at the new . Methodist church last Sunday morning to hear Rev. George Stewart, and they heard a big sermon by one of the biggest men in the Methodist church. Just after the sermon and pre ceding the dedication service. Dr. . nu , o j . fliauuy iu u-uuais ana mines. o pay off all indebtedness on the church and put the grounds in good shape. There were many out of town people in attendance. up the survivors of the Orensa the preacher approached Hungerford and asked: "Can a man resign from the Y. M. C A. service at a time like this-" Hungerford wondered, amazed, if he had overestimated the man. -44 to enlist in the army?" co in cluded Rev. Lefand. "Of course you may," replied Hungerford. "There is no hightr duty or better work anywhere than as a fighting man in the army. "Damned if I don'tT exclumed the Nevr York preacher. When Hungerford told this to a famous English Bishop, the latte I publicly declared that not only was the language justified, but was ab solutely necessary to meet the oc casion. Failing to get into the army Rev. LeLand volunteered for regular transport work to be exposed con- -w. s. s,- Remember the dates of the com ing Fair September 24-25-26-27. Plenty of amusements at coming Fair. r . ( 'f; it: r: 4. . : t -r : V,;- f. -1 I, t : t; I. 1 -3- . a - r : 1 i I .1-.., - i . k ft f I I I i . 5 '4