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Ora'Monteith, who has been in the Navy, has been discharged and is at his home at Beta. Misses Annie Long and Otelia Cathey, who have been teaching in ihe Sylva Graded School, have ac cepted positions in the Bryson City Graded School, since the school here was closed on account of "flu." miss r ranees . owara wno nas David R. Brown, of Webster, is been in Kinston assisting in nursing assisting the force of clerks at the the children of the School for the Sylva Supply Co. in taking stock Feeble Minded through an epidemic I this week of "flu", is spending a few days with home folks. Frei Hooper, if the Navy, is vis iting his' bro her, Dr. D. D. Hooper. Fred has just returned from a trip to Fra ice. oa a hospital rhip which brount several hundred wounded men to' this country 1 TO WARD OFF ILLNESS. If you are bloated, languid or lazy, have "the blues" headache?, palpitation, biliousness, bad breath, gas constipation or indigestion, you Will 1C?1 UGUC. - 111 U1C IXHJlilliJfe " 1 -A. vnii frnlep n Fnlfv Cathartic Tablet 1 tonight. This is a wholesome laxa- The eDidemic of flu" that struck tive and cleansing Dhvsic that acts LOST Small Beagle H o u n d, this town last week seems to be without inconvenience, grining or r emale, named ueii. Keturn to O. B. subsiding. This is the second epi- nausea." For sale at Sylva Phar- receive demic within the past three months, macy. adv. - David Worlev. of Wilmot. was in Lnsign Joe a. Keener, who has the city Wednesday on business. George W. Revis, of Barkers Creek, was in the city Monday on business. Misses Lucy Wells, Ruth Allison and Cordie Burch have returned to Greensboro to re-enter school, after snendin the holidays with home j- i r . I w senator v. a. vowara ana Kepre rh- seniauve jimiii in. wuson leit tne u.st of the week for Raleigh, Coward or Dr. McGuire and reward. Ensig 1 een spending some time with home folks, returned tc duty the first of i he week. Mrs. R. P. Potts, ot Whittier, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Stroupe, who is ill. Seethe ad cf the Jackson County Hardwai 2 Co. on the last Dae of u. l. varner, lately with the byl- th:s ;ssue SuddIv Co. has tfnnp intn th I iiimt and Grocery hnsinpss with H uper, 01 vinuia, was a ... 0 ...... ... 1 I . ... . . iL! Dusmess visitor 10 tne city uns week. He savs that Oualla will . r. otiuwen, wno nas Deen at raise one hundred 'members for the c.imp nancocK lor the past several Retj Cross. nonths, returned home the latter Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease, Catarrh is- a local disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Ball's Catarrh Medi-. cine is taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine "was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is com posed of some of the best tonics- known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination- of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is what produces , such wondarful results in catarrhal conditions Send for testimonials, free, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props,, Toledo, O. All Druggists, 76c, Hall's Family Pius tor constipation. Jlsuft fiii'i&irwn Arks v o l Ghildrens Hose 25c values 12 c. This January Sale will appeal to the woman that wants her money to go fur thest when the cost of living is so high. Stein. part of last week. WORTH $50.00 A B0ITLE. Wm. Barnes, San Antonio, Texas, writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar has ! en worth $50.00 a bottle to me. 1 had "the flu,' followed by pneu monia, which left me weak, with a persistent cough. The cough hung i. Some one advised Foley's Hon- y and Tar. I have completely re covered and do not cough at all." For sale at Sylva Pharmacy, adv. $1,00() per acre would not buy our I red-up paper-shell pecan groves 1 tees have cleared over $50 each .,is year. Very fine bred-up bud fl and drafted trees from these -rly, prolific and mammoth size I-apershell pecan trees for sale. 'rite for free catalog and price list. Write today. BASS PECAN COM PANY, Lumberton. Miss. Glen Ferguson, of Qualla, was in the city on business the first of the week. FOR SALE -14 sheep, 13 ewes and 1 buck. Milas Parker, Cowarts, N.C. WAS RESTLESS AT NIGHT. Sufferers fsom kidney trouble ex perience backache, rheumatic pains, ache3 in joints and muscles, shoot ing pain and other torturous afflic tions. E. W. Kitt, R. F. D. 2, Box 9 Snorters, Ala., writes: "I used Foley Kidney Pills as I was so restless over night with pains in the small of my back and side. They did me good." For sale by Sylva Phar macy, aav. From this time forward, or until market change, we will pay,75 cents per bushel for Irish Potatoes, in merchandise only. Sylva Supply . POISONOUS WASTE CAUSES SICKNESS. When the kidneys are well they filter waste matter from the blood. When sluggish or overworked, the k-irlnouc fail tr plpan thp hlnnH and Kil poisonous substances lodge in joints and muscles to cause aches, pains and soreness. Foley Kidney Pills strengthen, act quickly and relieve kidnftv And bladder trouble. For sale by Sylva Pharmacy, adv. Women s ' LOST Between Webster and Syl va on last Sunday morning, a gray saddle blanket, and early in Novem-1 ber a gold hat pin. Finders please return to Journal Office. SUITS AND COATS Values up to $35 at 19.75 $22 at 15.00 $15 at 9.75 Childrens Coats greatly reduced in price. (6 4t tt it . i i Coverall - Aprons 49c. f ,11 Men s ioods I !4.98 j jr .98 1.19 .19 n Corduroy Coats Work Shirts Flannel Shirts Suspenders Men's Suits reduced in price. HE KNOWS WHEREOF HE SPEAKS. , , J. F. Harper, 416 Navarre St., San Antonio, Tex., writes: "I consider Foley's Honey and Tar absolutely the best cough remedy on the mar ket. I know whereof I speak, hav ing tried it in my own family. Your remedy acts quickly and relief is permanent." Good for colds, coughs, croup. Contains no opiates. For sale by Sylva Pharmacy, adv. 1OTSTEK Women's shirts and pants 49c. each Baby Blankets 9' DC. F EMU LI Z E TRADE HARK RIGISTERCO. v. THE GOODS FOR YOU BECAUSE IN 3 3 YEARS rrhe quality has never failed: The ownership and manage ment have never changed Shos Shoes I - ' 0 Kimonas 98c - H , i; , Women's Hats Any Hat in the Store For Men; Women and Children OTHER GOODS REDUCED IN PRICE. COME TO THE PARIS Sale AND .SflVE MONEY. The sales have grojvn from 250 tons to 400,000 tons; a proof of satisfaction. F. S. ROYSTER GUANO CO. Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. Toledo, O. Tarboro, N, C. Charlotte, N, C. Columbia, S. C. Spartanbiirg, Sf V Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga, Montgomery kU. Sale Only atSylva Store, Cash Pay Save Money Dress Better Pay Less n ISSZ.