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v.- , - 'v - : ' f I , t . . i 8 VOL IV NO. 7 .1 A PROMISE H :ve you redeemed your W. S.S. pledge? The time is short in which to buy your.stamps. I earnestly urge every one who pledged to buyas Quickly as i pos sible, for the Government is expect ing every one to buy all that they I romised. ,The Government's finan cial requirements have never been more pressing than. now. Our troops must be paid and cared for until i hey have fully accomplished their purpose and returned home. It i no time for. us to relax. 0. 1r county has pledged 90 per cent i.i its assignment of W. S. S.1 Let's luiy 100 per. cent. A great many 5 re buying more than they, pledged. ill you? Our States record is perfect in every phase of.the war except the . 3. S .Let's make the step from 0j per cent to 100 per cent. Respectfully, F. I. Watson, director of W. S. S. for Jackson Co Walter Frizzell, who is in the 1. avy, stationed at Pensacola, Fla.f is spending a furlough with home i J ks at Webster. R. L Sandidge, of Bryson City was a business visitor here Thurs day. Frederick Moore arrived Tuesday j'.lit, from Chapel Hill, to spend i e Christmas holidays with his l other here. , i UT THIS OUT-IT IS WORTH MONEY. DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this ii:p, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., : 35 Sheffield Ave., Chicago,, 111., rating your name and address early. You will receive in return i J trial package oointaining" J'otey's i oiiey and Tur Compound, for ughs, colds and croup, Foley Kid i cy Pills and Foley Cathartic Tab i For sale by Sylva Pharmacy. adv. .1 . ... NOTICE. Ftate of North Carolina, son County. .QTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF PROPERTY, oy virtue of the power of sale con tained in a certain. Deed of Trust exe cuted to the undersigned triiBi an thr. nth day of April, 1916, bythe Abras-1 I .e -nining company,, WaynesviUe, N. C, to secure an indebtedness vof Five Vhousand ($5,000.00) Dollars ta W. L. "n, default having been made in the , Wyinent of the said note and, indebted ness secured by said Deed of Trust, i-iid according to said Deed of Trust, which is registered in the office of the i Agister of Deeds of Jackson County, 1. C, in Book 67, page 378 et s&rj, in Record of Deeds of Trust, and the undersigned trustee having been request ed by the holder of the indebtednses ad note secured by said Deed of Trust Ubdl the property conveyed in said leed of Trust to satisfy said debt. i. tfow, therefore, by virtue of the pow-u- vested in the undersigned trustee by Uie terms and power of sale in said l-eed of Trust I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash at public auc Urn at the front Court-house door in the Town of S North Carolina, Utween the hours of twelve o'clock midday and one o'clock P, M. on Mon y. the 23rd day of December, 1918, Jot the purpose of paying the indebted-i-eBs therein secured and the cost and pense of sale the following described estate: All that certain tract of land lying nd being in Jackson County, a tract of about one hundred acres at the site of vliat is known as RubyCity, including he Corundum Reducing Mill, and ad vent buildings situated at the foot of ;ugar Loaf Mountain and described in certain deed of conveyance executed ly the Highland Forest Company to 1. L. Coucil and Nannie E. Jones, on tiltf 27th day of January, 1914, and re corded in the office of the Register of ksfeds gf Jackson County, State of Kwtb Carolina, in Book 03, page 131 neci Dy the parties of the hrst pan in - 01 una containing enree mousana 1 C c.fe adioinine the hundred acre tract, I f J I . , - " I 8 above rnn tinned. uuve mentionea. 1 ws the 22d day of Nov. 1918. F. W, Millkr, Truste t ' ' - ' c t b -- : , ?, -;ruii&- wuita. nee o is r&o , - f J. MILLER DIES AT WEST ASHEV1LLE W. J. Miller, of West Asheville, difid yesterday afternoon at the 1 Mission hospital from pneumonia following influenza. He had been . 1 ill ten days, Mr. Miller was for oi uuj ni. ffufii-i merly a resident of whittier and had been living in West Asheville ifaoo. merly a resident of Whittier and . ..... . . KAAn litnnii ?n woet a 0v,rif a7 Jtt . ..M as follows: "Mrs. Early Anderson of Hayesville,; Robt. R. Miller, Miss Lois Miller, Locke C. Miller; W. J. Miller, Jr., and Hubert Miilir of West Asheville; three brothers Vance Miller and John Miiler, of Whittier; James Miller of Waynesville; three sisters, Mrs. E. T. Moody, of Whittier; Mrs. Carey Allison, of Barkers Creek, and Mrs, Belle Hipps of. Gastonia. Mr. Miller was a Mason and a Woodman. , The funerpl services will h conducted at West Asheville cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 oclocK oy Kev. w. fox; Masons will have charge of the in terment ceremonies. Asheville Cit izen. ROAD MEETING. On account of the rain a nd bad roads very few attended the road house here last who were pres,- em weie vcjr uiuu m tavoi ui ent were very much in favor of netter roaas. oeverai iaiiis were nnrl andcjpsf ifina nffpreA as tnlm report at once. We iliuuu v.uv -OO .1 1 - oV. uin the best plans " whereby to obtain the rnoney and build the roads. : .- SYLVA, N. C., : DEI20 1918, d a;- dollar. a a " ; V'.'".v.v.,.,."v.viVJ."".VAv.v.;(. ...'.',',.: 'v,1,'3r.-'-, THE MILLION DOLLAR CAMPAIGN The million dollar campaign is processing very well, Many oj thft nhiirfthes arrt ahmit nvr tha nn and the work in this county in ea- U et their auota. L. D . rul -u. u " T . .1 liik 1:111111:11 1 HiiHt'Kr Jinn np aoioot. ed a strong committee to help him and the task was easy; each church can do the same. . 0 ' " ed a strong committee to help him and the task was easv: ear.h 'nhnrnh Mr. W. T. Crisp, who is the mana gerat Zion Hill.says he thinks he r " lie van get mo quwia. 44c IHAJiyia- ual canvas is his plan, This is a mm way.. Powell were at Balsam Sunday, They had a fine day, and a few of the brethren will stand for the amount asked of that church, Sylva will get their part without any trouble, and will go away over the top. Scotts Creek will make the drive in a few days. They al ways do the big thing. Mr. T, C, Bryson is the the church manager. The good news from Speedwell church is that they will go their al lotment. Mr. Z. V. Watson is the efficient church manager, and he knows how to bo big things. Mr. Geo. W. Sutton will go to Old Savannah next Sunday. Of course he will bring good results from his old home. Mr. Tom Gribble is booked to go to Barkers Creek, Sunday. The good people ot that section will do their part. Prof. Ingram has agreed to go to East Fork nest Sunday; Mr. Ingram has a fine spsech on Christian E lu catjan. T-ie people will nqt miss it, hut will do ' rhftmsfllvfvs prfllif.hu going their part. 1 1 - ... i , j i-c - jlo- every caureii manager sena have till T . uuuv isi mm uui pan t nf thp million. We can if we will. W.N.Ccox. lliiSlillilPSiiliSiili opf,,,,,,. r J - "w.w.... ffYi, vmMmswm I'mtm r: J.T. u.' i nil ii w HMATION ABflllT 11 SLACKERS WANTED Mr. G. Young, Special Employee U1 wepartmeni 01 Justice, Ashe 1 1 ij wcv.ijr ui auy siaCKCr, iluu immediately ot anv sb - - i ueserter. or anv nno t.MfV,; 'draft ' j" I a- v , . , . resster. ui. xuuilg Wisnes if linriprQfA that thete' is no possible wav for I ' any one outside of the Government Agents ao knqw anything of any information that may be given him. It is the duty of everv good and ioyaf citizen to notify the Govern ment of any violation of the draft law, and anyone giving Mr. Young any information whatever will be protected in every passible way. In reporting those whom you be lieve failed to register, please secure all proof possible, by consulting records, take receipts, and inter view those who live near the party suspect. After doing this, mail your information to the DEPARrMENT OF 'JUSTICE, ASHEVILLE, N. C BOX 747. Scroop Dewitt Hooker, of Dills boro, who is in the Navy, is at home for the holiday. PAIN KEPT HIM AWAKE NIGHTS J. W. Peck.Coraopolis, Pa., writes-. 1 sintered terrible pain: unable f . He down at night. Wed three dif - began taking Foley Kidney KllsV improvement in m v :.' I really wonderful" Use Foley Kid - --"J- WllUtLHJ I ney n. s for kidneys, bladder trouble nacKacne. rheumatism. Eor. sale by Sylva Pharmacy. adv LITTLE CHILD BIJRNFlf " "unnLU j rowed money 4000.00 I ittifl Mot nn'80"0' Whilfl nnt "' oiwuuuu, ' J. ftl. MCMalian w v,uv wiaviiitf w rn cana.n tlittle boys. The little fellows decid pu tuey would smoke and Mack rolled up a piece 0f paper, one of the boys stuck a rratch to it and when it began to bHze Mack threw j-he paper down, but it lodged on his clothing setting it on fire. It is very probable that his little sister, Annie Joe, saved his life by catching him. throwing him to the ground and rolling thereby stopping thr flame K,r other assistance -reached him. ia "Proving very rapidly. STATEMT agement. Cirpnin ciu, requireai ,,wu by the Act of firm . Dnndl 00 ui rlugUSt 24, 1912, of The Jackson County Journal nnKlini,j ? . . Fuulwucu weeKiy at Sylva v., iui wuiooer iyi8. State of North Carolina County of Jackson V Rpfnro ma at . . .. wc, a iNOiarV Pnhlio and for the State and county afore Raid naronnnii.. . . 'ouutuiy appeared E F Brown, who having ! e m duly sworn according to law. denn? PS anrt on. , . . ' oa)8 mat ne is tne manager of the Jack Mm county Journal and that the ioiiowmg is, to the best tf his know- 4" 1 1 -I sgde and belief, a true tnrm1Tlf of the ownership, manadempnt of the aforesaid publication for thl oate shown m the above nantinn recu zei by the Act of August 24 li emoodied m section 443, Post al Jjaws and rediifaVmne uie reverse smpr nr thio t. 1. mat the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business manadftrs ar- rubJisher. E. E. Brown, Sylva, N, C. . . , editor, 44 Managing Editor " Business Mr. . " 44 2. That the owners are: C, C. Cowan, Sylva, N. C. M. D. Cowan, .4 Asheville, N. C. B. C- Grindstaff. S. C. Cogdill. Sylva, N. c..i.. u u Allison. Sylva, N. C M. Worley, Wilmot.N. C r. . Brown Svlva M r 3. That the known bondholders, mortagees and other rifV km ers owning 1 per cent or more of onus, mortgages; or other securities - -r are: in one E. E. BROWM aworn to and subscribed hftfnrp me this 12th day of December, 1912 M. D. COWAN (My commission expires April -12 Seal ANNUAL STATEMENT kT . T TT ' w. nenson; postage, etc fi?i J. K. Long, servicers to Board 51.51 1f- Dumgarner, county aid 10.74 Edwards & Broughton, supplies ior Keg. omce 1 no Jackson Couny Bank, borrow- ea money . 4000 nft r w.-m x. wavw, luau uamage oU.OOl v,. v.. nigaon, bavannah S. L. cla m 4 . 1 Mrs, J. D. Zachary. " W. C. Buchanan N. B. Cabe, Savannah claim 6.82 00 S. L. Mitchell Cabe, Savannah S. L. claim M. A- Nor-raan, v:ork on S. L. 1.04 fence 15.00 ' jam ' .- 0 Samanthf BrTu0""? 3X0 amia Brook? wunty aid 20C f I 1 T? T' 5X0 ' R,7 "" - ! Jack;o " r ittWIWHWTHo,le lo 1 "ty k- l trar deaths arid birth $1.50 THE YEAR INJJADVANCE iNarcis Pnnce. county 2 M", Dan Shock, county Jd IN arcis Pnnce. county aid 3.00 - Douglas Monteith. Estes Hoyle J. A. Gibson Melissa Lewis Mrs. Nathan Long Haseltine Mathis. Dan Shook John Monteith Charity Jennings Haseltine Mathis Bill Reed Jas. S, Farley. Nelson Parris M ( U He M. M. Buchanan Mrs. Ncthan Long J. A. Gibson 44 Mrs. John Cope 44 AnHv Tfol! R. T. (la 44 44 44 o"" uivuicuu Mrs- p- w- Mitchell nn, r:i 44 I v,lcllIV r '"ier jonn rooi 44 Estes Hoyle 44 C. G. Cunniugham 44 ' I Samnntho PirM-v1- in I "'wao Jcha -G Bryson I Tnm AoVio Tom Ashe Narcis Prince 44 44 Wm. Brooks 44 Mrs. Mary Deitz Viney Wood ' 44 44 Libert Coward, salary and supplies for Co. Home RS 4 1 Mrs. Javan Parker county aid 2.00 1" V Melissa Lewis 2.00 Martha Carroll " 4.00 2.00 " 3.00 .2.50 -2.00- M 10.00 ' " 3.00 " 3.00 tt 2.00 M 3.00 " zuo 2.00 " 3.00 " 3.00 44 2.00 " 2.00 44 4.00 44 250 44 6.00 44 4.00 44 3.00 44 2.00 44 3.00 44 2.00 Pollie Barnes J. N. McMahan John C Bryscin Charity Jenningsr VlDey Wood Joan Wli"s Geo. W.Green Caroline Coleman Pollie Barnes Mrs. P. W. Mitchell John Pool Mrs. John Cope Jack Wood Nelson Parris C. " r " Tom Ashe John Monteith Wm. Brooks Mrs. Baxter Owen Mrs Marv Deitz J1311 R. L Garrett Agnes Green . Elbert Coward, salary and 3.00 95.70 3.25 9.16 25.00 2425 supplies for Co. Home Chas. Stiles, refuud on 1917 taxes J. M. McClung, county's part of salary Nov. 17 J. M. McClung. county's part of salary Jan, '18 Sylva Supply Co stove for C. S. Cs ofQce J. W. Keener, nostap x r Jackson Co. Journal, public Lotice State Hospital, expense of John Inman, eta State Hospital, money ad- vnn n ki va.: I .v.sU VS. Ill . L 1 (III V taxes P. . Xfoodv 'feftdin nrf. ot-- 1 f 0 I CIS", Civ. IT. H. Gien, refund on 1917 1 taxes D. Tallent, work on H. lights Edw irds & Broughton, sup plies for Rev i office W. C. Cagle, local registrar births and deuhs Roy Coan. local Snyder, local registrar death and birth. I ' F ft L ?eat"s anrths .5" 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2. C0 4.00" 3.00 aoo 600 10.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 2.00 3. C0 4.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 ZOO 2.00 2.00 2.C0 2.00 3.00 3.00 aoo 2.00 50 2.10 3.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 1 K . "St 2.00 I! 1.50- ' -I if 4290 TTg 3.50 ' ' . i. ' " 2.21 .'.; t 4725 2.15 j 1.25 i 23.50 .' - i 5.75 " . t ! 7.60 . 'Al aoo it v.