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JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL, SYLVA, N. C.
Constipated Children Gladly Take "California Syrup of Figs For the Liver and Bowels Tell your druggist you want genuine 'California Syrup . of Figs." Full directions and dose for babies and children of all ages who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue-coated,- or full of cold, are plainly printed on the botlle. Look for the name ' 'Calif ornia and accept no other "Fig Syrup." Commonplaces. "Anything startling in today's mail?" Inquired the manager. "No," replied the clerk. "Not even a bomb." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the f4T Signature In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria The shadow of trouble is usually blacker than the trouble itself. What Is "Spring Fever" St ! limply low Vitality, a lack of Energy oaued by Impurities In the blood. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC restores Vitality Ma4. Energy by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. Tou can soon feel Its Strengthening, : Xarlforatlng Effect. Price 60c. A woman can make pie out of thing she wants to. Caticora Soao est for Bafow C1 nc rt- j . nr f- n . n - ijo., uintmem a a ouc, xaicum axs. eampls DAISY FLY KILLER SSnJ53g3 ALL FLIES. Neat, clean.orn amenta .con venient, cheap. Lasts all season. Made of metal, can't spill or tip over ; will not soil or injure anything. Guaranteed effective. Sold by dealers, or 5 by EXPRESS. nrpna A Si HAROLD SOMEKS. 160 De Kalb Ava., Brooklyn) N. Y. m mm in mm imhiiw mm mm Sell for SO Yuri. FOR MALARIA, CHILLS AND FIVES. AlefiBCentlStrenxtkeninToalc. At All Draf Stars- KOTO IT THE PUJ BLOC To those of us who wish to promote Southern prosperity: Every time you use GOLD DUST, you put money into Southern pockets. GOLD DUST is made solely from that great product of the South Cotton Seed Oil. GOLD DUST has never been made from anything else but Cotton Seed Oil. For thirty-nine years GOLD DUST has drawn outside money to the South by distributing its products to the four quarters of the Globe. The excellence of GOLD DUST for the following purposes is well known: 5f Cleaning paint ed and unpainted woodwork. Washing dishes. Dissolving grease from utensils of all kinds. Washing clothes. Softening hard, water. Cleaning bath rooms. For all scrubbing. Cleaning glass of all kinds. Purifying ice-boxes, drain pipes, etc. Cleaning mops, brooms, brushes, etc. GOLD DUST, together with FAIRY SOAP,COTTOLENE and many other household specialties, is made by The N. K. Fairbank Co., a subsidiary of THE AMERICAN COTTON OIL .COMPANY MILLS OF THEJAMERICAN COTTON OIL COMPANY HSfaU'NC AtriaCntfe ' SC' CT7' Memphis... Tenn. Fort Smith, Ark. Efc E Atlanta . . . Ga. Qarksdale . Miss. Trenton . . .Term. Pine Bluff Ark Kaleith. . . N.C. Macon. . . . Ga. Jackson . . Miss. Gretna La. Bunkie ll S30n,s?: M IT"6 'A!a- pridian. . Mis,. N.LittleRock,Ark: MotoV . .'tt Columbia.. S.C Mobile ...Ala. Jackson . .Tenn. England .... Ark. Shreveport .H The founders of The American Cotton Oil Company origi nated Cotton Seed Oil. The Company took Cotton Seed, for merly a waste product, and made Cotton Seed Oil, Cake and Meal, Hulls and Linters. This opened up for the South a new source of wealth, which today brings annually to the South over five hundred millions of dollar CLEVELAND CLUB HAS OUTFIELD MADE UP OF FORMER TWIRLERS, INCLUDING SPEAKER w The Cleveland club has what one might call a "pitching outfit." The fly chasers for the Indians this season will be Tristan Speaker, Joe Wood, J. Gladstone Graney, Elmer Smith and Charles Jamieson. Ended Graney's Career. As every baseball fan knows. Wood as for several years the premier pitcher of the Red Sox. Both Granev nd Jamieson broke into the American league as pitchers. Graney became a member of the Indians in 190S. On the Cleveland team's first visit to New ork that season J. Gladstone stuck his hurling hand in front of a liner batted by Neal Ball, the former mem ber of the Yankees. That ended Graney's pitching career. Jamieson was pitching in the Metro politan league when signed by Clark Griffith three years ago. The recruit, however, failed to impress the mana ger of the Senators with his line of goods, and Griffith converted him into an outfielder. ' Speaker as a Pitcher. The redoubtable Speaker has pitched a game in the American league. Near the fag end of the 1915 season, and with the pennant won, Bill Carrigan nominated the great out fielder to pitch against the Washing ton team. Elmer Smth was never a pitcher in the American league, tut he did a lot of hurling, both at the Huns :md for his company's baseball team in France. MYERS PLAYING GREAT GAME Manager Robinson of Brooklyn Dodg ers Much Pleased With Work of His Outfielder. HI Myers, the Dodger center fielder, is playing the greatest game of his ca reer, according to Manager Bobby of Brooklyn. "Hi deserves a lot of cred- A" & TRIP AROUND WORLD d Baseball magnates, headed hv K Ban Johnson, president of the 8 0 American league, are nlannins: a B r American league, are planning a J5 0 trip around the world. It will j V. be started next fall, if con- K v aitions warrant, and if not it will K 6 be postponed until the fall of R d 1920. The last trip netted a (J p profit of $28,000. fi Hi Myers. It for our early victories," said Wil bert Robinson. "He surely has been stinging the ball. He is playing a grand fielding game." BASS: BALL 3 1 OQSL HIGH PRAISE FOR BASEBALL Admiral Plunkett Says Players Brought Splendid Fighting Spirit and Helped Athletics. Baseball players in the navy made a hit with Rear Admiral C. P. Plunk ett, according to a letter which he sent to Colonel Ruppert of the Yan kees. The admiral says: "Aside from being an ardent fan and a for mer player myself we were blessed in this war with some of your fraternity. They brought us a splendid fighting spirit, and I believe imbibed some of the, navy spirit. They helped us in every possible way, especially with our athletics, which, as you know, is a very essential part in fitting a man physically to exert his utmost at all times. I hope that the future holds much in store for our great national sport and that you and your club will have the success which you so richly deserve." SCOTT PERRY SHY AS HITTER In Recent Game With Yankees Ath letic Pitcher Struck Out Five Times Good as Hurler. Scott Perry may be a great pitcher, but as a batter, oh. my ! In the game of April 28 he struck out five times Jack Quinn fanned him in the second, fifth and seventh innings and Bob Shawkey made him cut the air in the ninth and twelfth, though. his effort in the final inning did nip the ball re suiting in a foul tip that ovas caught The Browns have released Catcher Fallentine to Portland. Dode Paskert is not displaying any spring form in hitting. Josh Devore has hooked tip with Jack Hendricks at Indianapolis. George Whiteman, star of the 1918 world's series, is killing, the ball for the Toronto Leafs. Toledo's team is called the Mud Hens, and maybe that's one reason it rains every day in Toledo. Earl Moseley, who fought in Italy with an Ohio regiment, wants another trial with the Reds' pitching corps. Bill Carrigan, former Red Sox lead er, has returned to baseball. He will back the club in his home town, Lew iston, Me. The fans will miss Silk O'Loughlin. the most picturesque of all the um pires who have worked in recent years in the major leagues. Stewart, the new hurler obtained by the Louisville club from the Chicago White Sox, is "a right-hander and Is considered a find. . Tommy Connolly, dean of the Amer ican league umpires, has been offici ating 20 years, of which 19 have been in the junior major organization. Samuel Crews, Birmingham pitcher, twirled the first no-hit game of the season in the Southern league, pitch ing against Mobile. Birmingham won, 14 to 0. Dutch Ruether, who formerly south pawed for the Pirates, has taken on a new lease of life this season. Pat Moran rates him as one of his best hurlers. Gardner look-s like a splendid addi tion to the Cleveland club. Besides fielding his position faultlessly, bis work with the bat has been both hard and timely. Your Uncle Robbie is singing the praises of Hi Myers, Tom Griffith and Lee Magee these days. All are hit ting and fielding great games.' Lew Malone's timely batting and third baseing also come in for a nice pat from the robust person. PHYSICALLY FIT AT ANY AGE It isn't age, its careless lining that puts men "down and out." Keep your internal organs in good condition and you will always be physically fit. The kidneys are the most over worked organs iD the human body. When they break down under the strain and the deadly uric acid ac cumulates and crystallizes look out! These sharp crystals tear and scratch tat delicate urinary channels causing excruciating pain and set up irrita tions which may cause premature de generation and often do turn into deadly Bright's Disease. One of the first warnings of slug gish kidney action is pain or stiffness in the small of the back, loss of appe tite, indigestion or rheumatism. Do not wait until the danger is "upon you. At the first indication of trouble go after the cause at once. Get a trial box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules, imported direct from the laboratories in Holland. They will give almost immediate relief. If for any cause they should not, your money will be refunded. But be sure to get GOLD MEDAL. None other is genuine. In sealed boxes, three sizes. Adv. He Had a Reason. Though the weather was beautiful little Clifford kept his mittens on all day. "Why do you wear your mittens on such a nice day?" asked his sister. "So I won't have to wash my hands," was his quick reply. TAKE" ASPIRIN WAS TALCUM Therefore Insist Upon Gen uine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Millions of fraudulent Aspirin T:.v lets were sold by a Brooklyn manufac turer which later proved to be c.. posed mainly of Talcum Powder "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" the true, genuine, American made and Americas owned Tablets are marked with ih j safety "Bayer Cross." Ask for and then insist upon "Bar?r Tablets of Aspirin" and always bay them In the original Bayer package which contains proper directions snt dosage. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester cf Salicylicacid. A cream sauce poured over ten der, uniformly wafer-like slices of Libby's Dried Beef makes a delightful luncheon at little cost. Ask your grocer today for Libby's Dried Beef. Libby, M?NeiU & Libby Chicago HAD DECK OFFICER WORRIED Lookout's Report of "Light Ahe?d" Naturally Caused Alarm, and Quite Likely Some Profanity. The lookout had been given orders to keep a sharp watch for any lights. As the ship was just about twenty miles from port and it was a bit hazy the officer of the deck put on run ning lights. Suddenly a hail came from the crow's nest: "Light ahead, sir!" "Where away?" shouted the O. D. "Dead ahead!" came. the reply. The O. D. grabbed his glasses, and not finding the light ran from the port to starboard side trying to pick it up. Not seeing it, he yelled Again: - "Where's the light now?" "Dead ahead, sir." Calling the quartermaster to swing the boat around, he asked once more: "Where Is the light now?" "Dead ahead." "Come down here and show It to me," cried the O. D.. getting excited. Down came the man from the crow's nest and pointed out a light. "You fool, that's our own mast light." Judge. Too Much So. "I've got one here. I've dramutlzed 1 spring cleaning." Joe Cannon's Sarcasrr Senator William M. Caldei at tht dinner ol the Men's union of the Central Congregational church told th:s story: "A congressman had prepared what he considered was. an epoch-making address and was on tenter hooks to deliver it. He appeared to be more interested in his speech than he was in his bill. His bill, however, was a good one, and Speaker Cannon was trying to help It along. There were only a few moments left In which to do business and the man with the speech finally got Uncle Joe riled. "Tf the gentleman will just wait a few moments till I pass his bill,' said the speaker, 'he can then make his speech.' " Fox on Load of Hay. A teamster in Pennsylvania carry ing a load of hay not long ago noticed a number of fox hunters and dogs and waited to see if anything happen ed. When the hunters came up they asked if he had seen a fox. He said he had not. Some miles further on the team ster stopped to talk and got off the load of hay. As he was chatting he saw a fox leap from the wagon and trot off. The fox had evaded the dogs by leaping on the load of hay and burrowed Into it before the dogs cam up at his last stopping place. Why Complain of Poor Coffee Or The High Price of Coffee when you can have a superior beverage of rich flavor and health , value by drinking the original fOSTUM CEREAI It's an American drink whose high quality never varies. Its price doesn't change and it's economical Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c Everywhere at Grocers. i : t ! i