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THE GOOD DIE YOUNG. No MATTER HOW LONG
THEY LIVE. GOOD THINGG ARE THE BEGT, THEY
ARE GOOD UNTIL THEY ARE READY To Go. WHEN
THEY ARE GONE, THOUGH, COME To UG AND BUY
MORE GOOD THINGG. THAT’G THE KIND WE ARE
GELLING. IT IG A PICNIC PoR YOU To BUY HERE,
WE KNOW OUR GTOCK AND CAN AGGIGT YoU To
TIND JUGT WHAT YOU WANT. AND YOU CAN
DEPEND ON ONE THING—THE PRICE WILL BE
PLANTERS TRADING CO.
The Three Important Links
in the Chain of Confidence
QUALITY—Right Drugs means more than parity—ft also
We bay ealy drugs of standard strength and keep them in a
way which insures against deterioration. Pot us to the
SERVICE—Drug stores have character just the same ae
P«opla. We want you to visit our store and judge it by the
conveniences and service which are provided to safeguard
the interests of our customers. Our rapidly Increasing trade
proves that our. methods are appreciated.
PUCKS—Careful and extensive buying enables os to furnish
the highest grade of goods at prices lower than you oftea
pay for inferior goods elsewhere. However, we never sacri
fice purity for price.
We am in a position to promote yoor best interest in every way
and we wish to add you to our list of loyal, satisfied customers.
BLUE’S DRUG STORE
It b our business to increase the satisfaction and
decrease the expense of your motoring. The
muaber and character of oar customers b pretty
good evidence that we know our business. Lot
us serve yon.
Tires, Tubes and Accessaries
insure you the economy of MosttfUfes fear Dollar
with the satisfaction that only quality of the
' highest degree cad render.
We specialize ia stadying yoar particular needs
and meeting them, just aa Firestone builders
spariaHse fat producing and marketing tins and
rime. It Is the specialist that satiates. Try
Firestone and ns, and you will agree.
J.D. Sanford & Son
“The Quality Hardware Shop.”
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TU DECLARATION OP IRISH
Uprtring la InW ef Much
latormt te Peepia hi This C*m
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Ireland and the Irish people have
Utt centuries fought for rational In
dependence and self government. A
proclamation leeued bp the Nation,
aiista at Dublin et the outbreak of the
recent revolution reads aa follows:
Tht Provisional Government of the
Irinh Republic to the people of Ire
Irishmen and Irishwomen, in tha
n*me of God and of the deed genem
tiooi from which you received the old
tradition* of nationhood, Ireland,
through us, summons her children to
her flag and strikes for her freedom,
having organised and trained her
manhood through her secret revolu
tion organisation, the Irish Kepubll.
can Brotherhood, and through her op
en military organisations, the Irish
Volunteers, and tha Irish citizen army.
Having patiently perfected their
discipline and rueolatety waited for
tha right moment to reveal itself, she
now seises that esc meet, and, sup
ported by her exiled children la Amer
ica, sad by her gallant allies in Eu
rope, by relying on her own strength,
she strikes, la fell confidence ef vic
We declare the right ef the people
of Ireland to tha ownership ef Ireland
and to the unfettered control of Irish
deetiaiee to be sovereign and fauto
raasibte. Long usurpation of that
right by a foreign people and Govern
ment Has not extinguished that right,
Dor etn it «v«r be uUnfulihtd cx
eept by the destruction of the Irish
Id every generation the Irith people
have asserted their right to national
freedom and sovereignty. Six tiraoe
daring the pait throe hundred years
they have esavrted it In anas. Stand
ing on that fundamental right, aad
again asserting it la arms in tha fact
of the world, we hereby proclaim the
Irish Republic aa a sovereign, inde
pendent State, aad are pledge odr lives
aad the lives ef our comrades la anas
t» the cause of it* freedom, ita wel
fare, and ita exaltation among na
The Irish Republic is entitled to,
aad hereby claims, tha allegiance at
every Irith men and Irish woman.
The Republic guarantees religious and
civil liberty, equal rights, aad aqnal
opportunities to all ita citisaua, and
doclaraa ita resolve to pursue the hap
piness aad prosperity of the whole na
tion. and nf all ita parts, cherishing
•® *ke children ef the nation squally,
aad oblivious of tha differences, aare
foliy fostered by aa alien Govern
ment, which have divided the minority
from the majority in the past.
Until our srasa have brought the
opportune moment for the establish
ment of a permanent National Gov.
eramaat. representative of the whole
people ef Ireland aad elected by the
suffrage of all her men and women,
the Provisional Government hereby
constituted will administer the civil
and military * flairs ef the republic,
h> trust for the people.
I We ptaee the cause of the Irish Re
public under the protection of the
Most High God, whose bleating we in
voke upon our arms, aad we pray that
no one who terras that came will dis
honor it by cowardice, in humanity,
or rapine. In this supreme boor the
Irish Nation must, by its valor aad
discipline aad by tha readiness at its
children to ascribes themselves tar the
eomatoa good, prove itself worthy at
the august destiny to which it is
Signed, in behalf of the Provisional
.T'homas J. C. CbiU, .
Joseph Plunkett, t
Thomas MacDonagfc, '
, J. H. Poareo.
, Tba Bmyeaa War.
Tba nows tram the world war to
mat war wool/ last aa to* aa to
»?■**- Thorn who fared an n
year hare been appalled. Two years
wW tore passed nost month, m/atol
the forces are then by the mUUoaa.
the aountrios Involved seem stUl to
here plenty ef money, and the fast
loeam big that It la stoaplp a matter
of wear inn out one side or tba ether.
Germany insists that she is only start
fcF’ , Ant England still
brW» I" froshtroopa by tba two
bundrsfl thousand at a time sugrstU
tibat aha haa plant* of reserve forces.
The man who undoriaks* to predict
tba sent ripply shut* his oyrs and
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cf F.ale C, y No.r-Slud* with the plain triad
styles c» ii, vest! other standard makes:
3 *. 0 . . 10.40 4*.3S . . 31 JO
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4 *33 . . 22.J0 5 *37 .. . 3730
Then you will l>?gin to understand why I
risk users couhacr
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The Best Tire Buy on the Market
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i fty ctrer bafcm. fiakSarrice a more Am 125 Dbect
Fiak Branches—dealer and tir* user alike «* seemed of the
promptest attention and service. The Fisk Branch or
V sanizabon t. the moat comnlaSa ^ XI
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’Phone us when you have cars for sale
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to In very toft medicine I
eve* used. It make* an old
ana led like a young one." f
Cotton Seed Wanted
Planters who have Cot
ton Seed left over from
their planting can get
• the top of the market
for them at
Seasonable out flowers, Plains, Ferns
Floral arrangement tor any occasion.
Prompt attention to oot-of-town orders.
SCHOLTZ, The Florist, Inc.
Phone 441-442. BN.TVyooBt. Charlotte, N. C
BLUE’S DRUG STORE, Agents