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Jackson County Journal
A Representative Paper of the Carolina Highlands. DAN TOMPKINS, Editor. Publisned weekly by JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL COMPANY Entered as second class mail matter at the Postoffice at Bylva N. C. FRIDAYDEC. 19, 1919 BROTHERHOOD. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. flrA what a world, if men in street and mart, Felt that same kinship of the human heart, Which makes them, in the face of fire and flood. Rise to the meaning of True Brotherhood. W. E. Reed, R. D. Phillips. 1 Sam Jones J. T. Nations John Tritt W. B. Stiles T L. Jamison Oscar Lovedahl W. A. Stillwell J. A. Moody W. H. Blanton W. A. Jones J. C. Brown Coot Wood C. W. Dills S. E. Wilson A. D. Cowan R. H. Stewart Hut Middleton W. E. Reed D. Hooper W. H. Gates W. A. Hooper J. M. Worley T. C. Ledbetter J. H. Smith W. S. Fowler W H Fowler . W. J. ! Nicholson J. E. Ensley "It came upon the midnight clear, That glorious song of old, From angels bending near the earth To touch their harps of gold: 'Peace on the earth, good-will to men, j. c. Carnes From Heaven's all-gracious King:' Sam Mills The earth in solemn stillness lay To hear the angels sing. Still thro' the cloven skies they come, With peaceful wings unfurled. And still their heavenly music floats O'er all the weary world; Above its sad and lowly plains They bend on hovering wing, And ever o'er its Babel sounds The blessed angels sing. And ye, beneath life's crushing load, Whose forms are bending low, 1.60 1.60 1.60 1.60 6.10 1.60 8.60 1.60 6.70 8.60 6.70 6.50 3.10 3.10 6.10 4.60 4.60 4.60 1.60 1.60 3.10 6.80 1.60 7.10 1.60 4.60 9.00 160 3.10 6.80 1.60 1.60 6.30 2.50 6.10 Miss Delia Childers local reg istrar of deaths and births Burton Ashe local registrar of deaths and births Coleman Hoyle local regis trar of deaths and births Mrs. Mary J. Hooper local registrar of deaths and births E. D. Tatham local registrar of deaths and births W. C. Cagle locai registrar of deaths and births R. G. Snyder local registrar of deaths and births Roy Cowan local registrar of deaths and births T. B. Queen local registrar of deaths and births. John B. Painter local regis trar of deaths and births Sam Jones local registrar of births and deaths J. H. Mathews local registrar W. B. Gribblejury service.. J. R. Wiggins jury service Oct term 1918 J. C. Brammer soy beans. Burney Henderson officer for jury AMOUNT AUDITED FOR 1919 4.25 WOOL STOCKS SUFFICIENT FOR YEAR, REPORTS SHOW W. H. Smith G. S. Bumgarner " M. D. Cowan Hattie Axley stenographer fee 84.67 AMOUNTS AUDITED FOR MARCH, 1919. Jackson County Bank Bridge Note Better Roads Mfg. Co. 1060.0U H. A. Pell repairing bridges 155.52 Sylva Supply Co. oils &c. furnished for bridges Wm. Brooks county aid Viney Wood county aid... 2.50 Washington, D. C. At the present rate of consumption the total stocks 11.50 'of wool in the United States are suf 1 ficient to last for a year, the Depart ment of Agriculture announces. A 3.00 survey made by the Bureau o! Markets shows that dealers, manu 4.50 facturers ani the Government Leic! j on September 30, a total of 729,373 4.25 000 pounds, grease equivalent. Thi represents holdings in excess of those 13.00 . reported in any quarterly perkx since the reports were first issued. 14.75 Stocks on that date were 8 per cent greater than the stocks held on Sep 4.50 tember 30, 1918. The greatest increase in holdings 6.00 is shown in quarter and three-eight blood (grease) amounting to 42,000,- 3.50 ! 000 Bounds. Great demand caused a 5.25 decrease in fine half blood grease. 2.70 Both manufacturers and dealers hold more of all grades except fine wool. 4.10 Dealers stocks of fine wool decreas 20.00 ed 22.000.000 Dounds and maim facturers' holdings increased 5,C00- 000 pounds, compared with June 30, 1919. m mm Wc, TV 3.10 APRIL. !-3 Hind Yen Have Always BoagJit, and v.hicli wn an -c.se for over SO years, lias fcornc tlie sinv---. . '- ucea mauo under hU -f,-, CiLcZjjtrtr sA,?al supervision since its lv.:a' v. -cM&HcoZ Allow no cue to deceive you i-i r - All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-sood " a-'oV-.t Experiments that trifle ivitli and endan?ertiie it"Th'" Inputs and CMldren Bpcricnce a-ainst lpcriaicutl C.istorla is a hzivmlzzr Restitute for Cartor Oil, pa Soiie, 3rops and .'.Ml2iki Syrups. It in pleasant i" contains neiHicr- Orlmn, Morphine nor other akv!i substance. Its jijtc i.J it3 guarantee. It destroy;; V" - and allays FeverUiiiiess. For more than thirty v' i-V lias been in constant rco for llio relief of Const1:- 'm Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Tionaic-s""', i Who toil along the climbing way Charity Jennings With painful steps and slow, Look now! for glad and golden hours Come swiftly on the wing; 0 rest beside the weary road, And hear the angels sing. For lo, the days are hastening on, By prophet bards foretold, When with the evercircling years Comes round the age of gold; When peace shall over all the earth Its ancient splendors fling, And the whole world give back the song Which now the angels sing." DISILLUSIONED. By O. Lawrence Hawthorne. You bet they can't fool me no more With that old stuff about a Santy Claus! I've always fell for it before An' swallered all the gags they sprung, because Narcis Prince Thos. Ashe John C, Bryson Jas. S. Farley Haseltine Mathis " Nelson Parris M. M. Buchanan u " Jack Wood Melissa Lewis Mrs. John Cope J. A. Gibson Clark Painter John W. Pool " " Andy Hall " " R. L. Garrett " " Pollie Barnes Lorenza Bryson ' " Mary Deitz " " Jas. Carver u 44 Adeline Coward 44 44 Saline Woodring 44 44 Mrs. P. W. Mitchell county aid Rachel Parker Mrs. Bill Reed S. R. Fulibright, making John Monteith's coffin. 8.57 4.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 2.50 2.50 5.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 Mrs. EmmeHne Connor coun ty aid for March, 1919 Win. Brooks county aid Viney Wood county aid Charity Jennings " Narcis Prince 44 44 Thos. Ashe John C. Bryson Jas. Farley Haseltine Mathis 44 Nelson Parris M. M. Buchanan Jack Wood Melissa Lewis Mrs. John Cope J. A. Gibson Clarke Painter John W. Pool Andy Hall R. L. Garrett Polly Barnes Lorenza Bryson Mary Deitz James Carver 2.00 4.00 3.C0 10.00 3.00 2 50 2.50 5.00 3.00 2.50 3.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 tUK bA I i - ilu acies ccra on xNonii rorK, Zb acres cleared, some in crass. 500 cords acid wood on tract, young orchard with 40 bear ing trees, good house and barn 3 1-2 1 miles from Addie. Especially adapt- T f 1 1 ..1 ea i o r sneep ana cattle raising. M. L. Deitz, Addie, N. C. ll-28-4ts Gsxwm CASTOFJA always ? Bears the Signature of In II fears 22.50 G.75 2.00 473.46 25.00 8.24 48.81 19.95 18.00 I didn't know no better. Now I'm wise to what my folks're giv- j. N, McMahan county aid. in' me. Sutton & Stillwell legal ser. I'd like to have my dad tell how m. A. Norman work on fence A guy could be where all they say j. r. Messer taking patient 8.00 12.00 25.00 19.02 he'd be On Christmas Eve, and be at all The houses in the world at once Gee whiz, I wonder what my folks'd call A yarn of mine as big as that'n' is An' then I'd like to see as fat ' to Morganton 34.50 Frank Henson Sup. and sal ary for county home 73.80 C. G.Cunningham county aid 2.00 Jackson Co. Hdw. Co. Sup. for court house 10.65 J. W. Keener postage 2.00 A feller as his pitchers show come q. M. Cole holding court. down A chimbleyl When it comes to that There ain't one half his size in this whole town. Last year they had meguessin' some They had a tree at gran'pa's house, w L. Henson recording min- an a" utes of court proceedings Us kids hoped Santy Claus'd come, jackson Co. Hdw. Co. stove given ciiuugu pipe &c. for court room 11.60 t0 fal1 P. E. Moody feeding prison'is 144.30 rrr uwi. men come: ny-gee 0 j Beck judge S.L. election 2.00 I tell ya us young kids was aw- Jna A HooDer iud,e of e, 6 00 ful glad T D OiiPPn Ppc) nf S T F1 110 Sophia Coward feeding jury J. D. Gribble clerical ser vices &c 36.57 A. D. Womack work on stove for court room 5.00 56.49 An' then, right there where we could see, His face fell off an' it was jesl my dad! Copyrighted igigbyO. Lawrence Hawthorne. 4.00 50.00 Annual Statement (Continued from last week.) Thomas Barrett jury service W.E. Crawford " J. W. Ensley J, M. Worley, Ben Thompson " C. W. Hensley " J. B. Queen Reg. of S. L. El W. C. Cagle judge of election W. E. Moore trip to Raleigh and expenses Dillard Hooper services to Board 4.50 W. N. Coward services to board 3.80 M. Buchanan services to Bd. Edwards & Broughton re cords &c. for Reg. office 8.50 Douglas Monteith Co. aid. 7.50 J. B. Bumgarner judge of El. 6.80 Coot Wood local registrar of 1.60 deaths and births 7.10 Mrs. S. R. Queen local regis- 6.30 trarof deaths and births a .1 i : i i " ' Saline Woodring Mrs. P. W. Mitchell " Rachel Parker Mrs Bill Reed J. N. McMahan P. E. Moody janitor work. coal and wood for jail Mrs. B. P. Norman keeping Mrs. Justice. . C. G. Cunningham county aid Dillsboro fit Sylva El Lt. Co. lights tor jail and 1 mo. for court house 17.50 Frank Henson Flooring &.c. for Co. home repairs 31.92 Frank Henson Sup. waes feed, carpenter work &c. county home 124.50 Hooper Drug Co. medicine for prisoners 3.50 A. D. Womack repairing steps &c . 23.35 M. C. Brown Treas Road Trus tees Cuilowhee Tp road dam age 100.00 Mrs. Baxter Owens Co. aid 5.00 Marley Brown 44 44 5.00 Jackson Co. Hdw. Co. sup plies for jail 14.01 H. A. Pell repairing briddes 272.88 J. M. Cunningham 44 44 68.20 A. B. Ward repairing Wilmot bridge 15.42 J. B. Cogdill repairing bridge Erastus Parker Hauling Lbr. Sam Henson wire for Cul. S. L. fence C. S, Rogers expense in Zadie McCail case Nancy Jones county aid J. N. Bumgarner 44 Douglas Monteith Co. aid S. H. Harris judge of special school election A. C. Watson judge of election H. V. H.xit reg. of special school election 10.24 T. C. Jones judge of election 4.00 Dr. A. A. Nichols quarantine officer &c. 156,00 W. F. Moody judge of election 8.00 R. G. Snider judge of S. L. V election Scotts Creek E. L. Dillard judge of S L election Scott's Creek 3.25 M. J. Henry judge of S. L. election Scotts Creek 2.C0 J. W. Keener postage 2.00 j J. C. Brammer county Agt. j services I The Falconer Co. roller shelves &c W. L. Henson C. S. C. cost Snider vs. Co. Com. W. L. Henson office expenses Edwards & Broughton office supplies J. T. Gribble clerical services W. H. Hooper road damage W. R. Sherrill delivering Co. tickets 82.05 Dillard Hooper services as commissioner . 12.00 W. N. Coward services as commit i oner 18.00 M. Buchanan services as commissoner ... 29.16 J. Bryan Grimes copies of laws Caroline Connor county ; Id E. L. McKee jury service W. L. Henson clerk's he W. C. Queen witness fee L. Henson clerk's fee L. Henson clerk's fee L. Henson Ciaude Parker sheriff's fee Hies Brown W. L. Henson clerk's fee Pies Brown sheriffs fee Claude Parker ' W. L. Henson clerk's fee '5 tlM vYGl Fb Kind You Hs.ve Always Bought tht. c rr ntaJ;-: com (an y. is: rz w vo k c tty. 25.ee F. 4. BROWN 4 M 11 r r s. iLtte e ait ROWN & E. E. BROWN Insurance 1 ROWN W. W. W. 100.00 91.00 1.75 7.00 30.00 14.00 2.00 10.00 2.00 2.00 4.00 3.00 76.01 2.00 2.00 4.75 G. M. Cole sheriff' fee F. M. Ashe witness lee W. H. Buchanan witness fee Cole Allison W. L. Henson clerk's fee G. M. Cole sheriff's fee Claude Parker sheriff's lee P. N. Price magistrate's fee R. A. Painter W. P. Robinson witness 44 Mrs. W. P. Robinson 44 Miss Amanda Chastain wit ness fee Mrs. Amanda Chastain wit ness fee L. C. Brown witness fee W. L, Henson clerk's fee G. L. Jones solicitor's fee G. M. Cole sheriffs fee Claude Parker sheriff' fe3 P. C. Morrison jr A Painter magistrate's fee C. W. Wood constable (Continued next week) 8. 10 2.00 6.10 2.38 1 C rt 4 i 1 9Z 3.20 .30 .30 3.05 .15 .15 2.60 6.90 3.15 6.50 4.80 4,80 3.50 .65 3.90 ,15 t0 1.50 1.50 1.30 1.55 1.40 8.10 25.00 4.00 3.60 .60 1 q -L . ' .30 V Your Town Taxes Town tuxes for the year 1919 are now due and payable. A discount of 1 per cent on all taxes paid during the mo nth of December. After Jan. 31, 1920, a penalty of 1 per eent will be added after February 28. 2 per cent will be added, after March 31, 3 per cent will be added. Pay your Town Taxes Now DAVE ROBINSON, Town Tax Collector, G Ciouse For your Boys Suits, Boys Pants, Ladies', Children's and Men's Sweaters, ress Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Rugs, Ladies', Men's and Children's Hosiery. Don't forg-t Toys for the Little Ones. A. F. Ciouse WINTER WEATHER AND HEAVY FOODS Extra work put on digestive or gans in cold weather leads to indi gestion, biliousness, bad breath bloating, gas, constipation. Foley Carthartic Tablets cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomach and 10.00 benefit the liver. Cause no griping !or nausea, Stout persons like the light, free feeling they bring. Sold everywhere. adv. Just conic in and trv us out We sell goods beyond a doubt. As cheap as those who always say They have some special prices to-day, We are not like those are forced to sell We have the goads and can hold them well, But we had rather sell them right Have a nice little profit every night. Sell them so you and I can live And when those are gone another order give, If you don't think we will treat you right Just come in any day or night. A general line of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Ready-to-Wear for the family. G. M. COLE & CO.