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k' c effect tltut money could buy ev
erything except ivalth.
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V ο Ί· in ΜοηΚ Carolina who m
· ne il te die <··':'ι.η 'V ι. · <t '.wralv·
f >"thi of tahr.> ■ pr.'icntâbk,
r·· : bl* d'ieft'i ■ ,»Μ·.«·Ή·* PttVt ltV|i
Ml these prop!* rwïil m dloal car»,
)· -d food. f :v «ir—»·»ι| noil Ira·
ι lut—a κ o'.îtJv of :ww to i-sr*
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- ' ·. ·. If Λ1 <nd > ·4"ylif .u
|· r...» 'Xpert* to t'uii'Mtt the
MI !!><' · lut t'-nill work «'.it *
!" .-n.· e'j. Uul the Hvc» oi th< 2,·
• ·· ι* :.ιι· Ui.· h««liu o'
ι «noteii thousands nf other», are
·■ motey s; · the/ '»otî
bv' Arfiulii Chrialrn.: : Scikîi an?
»' Irai t il to a ntamping ou: this pre
ventable, curable dl'f'JO- T»W* romt
of your «landrrctl money—a few
cento, a few dollar»—and let It re
trieve thut saoirch on :to reputation,
it mean· ilcath to tubercule»» Inntead
ι : death by tuberculous. Let It buy
health for year city. The lilt Seal
Sale begin· Thanksgiving Day and
extend* through Christmas.
PHILLIPS BROOK'S DREAM
Let mr live the year* of my atoy
upon earth 'way out In the country,
close to nature and nature's Hod. I
want to feel the touch of the tranna
as tfcay cone and go, making up the
years. I want te fsel the chill of via
tor In By frame, not too sever», bnt
enough to make the blood tingle. I
want to feel the gentle warmth ol
spring m, with her gentle tooth οί
mafic, she inknil new life ht thing»
dead. I want to feel the beat ol ram
mer, a· the golden tunthinc ripens tl»e
liarvest and matures Irait end flow
er». Lmitl)- l srant to catch the cold
breath of autumn coming to fan nwsy
the heat tnd lethargy of nnaatr. I
want to hear the cry ef wMpporvillt
ai the twilight Mttlea o'er the hill and
oltow. I want to be near when Bob
White it calling to hi· mate, when the
fields of ripening wheat ware gently
to the puiia; breeae. I want to hear
the tinkle of bells on the distant hill
side . a* th* «un is going down and the
kMjdid» commence their night-long
tl'G'.lrr. Then old Jack Proat pauses
by, with hia touch of whita. I want
te wander down the old rail fcncc and
on to where thf mutcadinea bung in
rlc'i profusion; and then.· for a time
fa·! and forget. Yet, let me live oat
the ycais of ray stay upon the earth
in the foliacés of the country, and
then, dying, let me rest In the quiet
churchyard near where fattier and
mother sleep—where the sunbeams
play In the rammer, and tho snow
Hrtfta high in the winter.—Phillip·
THE HOPE OP THE COUNTBY
If the rural districts are to hold
their population, as it is desired thoy
should, they must offer advantage·
such as arc the chief factors la lur
ing people to the cities. The boy at
girl on the farm has the tame right to
whatever is desirable and hel|»fu! at
the young people of the etties have.
And if the πιπϋ community does not
meet their needa, wc scarcely can
blame them if they seek their for
tan*· in the center· of population.
In a certain section of a state in tA«
, JtiJdie Wcit â record wu made ol
: the funili*» leaviny the county fol
the city during t certain period. Ir
i-fcch rur ι h» rmeons for the reroova'
were ascertained In a »a»t major
ity ef cum It «raa found that Uu
Impelling motive wa* to secure bot
ter school advantages for tho ehll
jdrsn. It also wa* noted that the boyi
ι and girl» illd not return to th« fan·
' after they had gone away to school.
Son* aligned a> tho reason for re
aortl a lack of social advantage·,
'the absvm-c «f a community eenUi
of community Interest. With other)
the ehlcf complaint was bad road*,
and Inconveniences of a rlmflar char
The otx Ih'.njf that 'rmprrta·* on·,
•if thuw varioua complaint# are con
sidered, ij that there ii not a fntl»
eauar fnr complaint hut rould be re
moved. The consolidated tchool and
rural hiich tclioti) aro solving the ed
ucational problem in many a rural
diitrtct. Social eerier» can he pro
vided and a community spirit devel
oped, 11 the proper stop· are taken
There ia no cretue for bad roade, and
Ι ( tnc; «xi» it h booaaae tha paeple
un· uM»ni>iitf c» pay th· prlœ for
I guuj out·. The Uuth 1· that In many
j - gita-Jvt- ι oral diatrieta the roods
j :ir· iar better than th» streets In th·
It is liar Γυι all th··· thin*» coat
! money, at aell u tira· and effort, bat
! they eat uiiywhere: Th· poraon who
j live* °.n thn <Hty And· that tyi moat
1 pay hi· per. of th· coat of th· eon- ι
Yt-r.iciitc·* h>- enjoy». Why not pay j
j the prie· and enjoy than In th· rural '
I J'tlrirt κ* well at in A· «It y Τ
The farm «till la t^· baeis of our
.iBtional pivtpcrity a ltd whatever dr-1
t Jft> from In piosperity and attrae- .
UvMirv is iM injury to the country.
Our pooaUtiun cannot all br naJc
tninrd it· J*· city. Tfce farms au*t
br uuintai&rd and people mnt live
ci. (hi"n. An.I lIk'wj peuple arv ·η
tillH to tl·* very beet there i> for
■Ji t fi'jyaleal and intellectual wet
'â' p. Dut they khoold re alia· that
tE«y neeil ι-ot leave the fana to have
Tho λοικ oi the rural dlatrtct it 1» j
' I'linfir.c to it the thltffa which draw .
it· pnpulat.oti to the clda*.—RellgMca '
Seleit Y our Xmas Gifts
From Our Catalogue
Oar urtc ι lino fut ajfordi >»« an mn
usual opport.miiy to itleel appropriait
Ckrutmm (Jit it lor y oar friands and loved
onn. Every pate of this baaafffnl rata
lagat is filltil with fift lafftlttaaî tkai
appro! to Chrulmai ikopperi
LARGEST JEWELERS SOUTH
Yaa ma) parck/ur from ike Paal-Galt
Greenwoitd Co. with absolute confidence.
Tku ronrrrn uvit founded la 1S47 and its
reliability is /irknowledfed all over I ht
Our name on boat u pf«fw i«l
I.AIOIST JP.VELEBS SOUTH
"Built Me Up"
"T USED Cardul (or years
and it dkl me more good
than an? medicine 1 ever
used," write» Mr*. M. C
Rafadale, of Port Towson,
OfcU. 1 used to «after with
womanly tremble that weak
ened me until I waa a mere
shadow, nervous, and could
not sleep. ( did not feel like
I could live.
"It seemed fliat nothing
helped me till I heard of
Cental and began to use tt. It
_ ' m
Η ro« are weak.
take Cardul, Ike woman's
toafc ÉM tone about whkh
and dfecoufcaf doe to temate
Try Cardnl, today, lor ymtr
The Woman's Tonic
h I I I ι ι ι Π1Ί·1·Κ·Ί·Ι I I I I III I I l iT
Klitt Proof Oats (98 per cent pure) _ _ $4.50
Standard Middling* $2*15 j
Ked Dog $2.60 j
Sugarine Scratch Feed $3.00 3
Sugarine Buttcimilk Maah ..$3.50
Sugarine Dairy Fred $2.50
Sucrene Dairy Feed $2.25
Juet a few more tone of the above bar
gain· left. Next price· will necessarily be
higher. Buy no'.v and save the difference.
FREEMAN'S CASH GROCERY
High Grade Fertilizers for
Γ .GCO Ton* lli|!i Gr« e Miud Fertiliser·.
2.COO Ton· 16 per cent Acid Pkotpkit*.
1,000 Ton· German Kuail, 12 per ceaL
500 Tonj German Muriate, 80 per ceat
100 Toe· German Sulphate, 48 per ommt Pokib.
100 Ton· Groand Tankage, 10 per ceat AapMnia.
200 Too· Dried Ground Filb, 10 per CMt ^Mada.
6,000 Ton· Agricultural Lime, M per «Ml
1,000 Too· Nitrate of Soda, IS per
See or writ· me to call on you at one· fer byt prieee.
G. I. SMITH
Coat·, North Carolina
—Here is an ho neat. c~.i>e»t appeal for your Christina·
trade, and * praniic . vo replace your confidence with the
beet gift idec.3 :.r.d tl·.urtt gift value·.
We have gone to uni eual extent· thi· year in stocking
Christmas Gift Sup .>iy. All the old standard line· have
been replenished ar.j crli'ied with the newest in each re
spect. Unueut 1 idee, β h?ve been added; innovation· in the
way of gift goc 4s and novelties of unusual character. All
these goods are of best production, the finest made and to
early buyers wn offer them at unusually low cost.
The happy accc*np aliment of satisfactory Gift buy
ing is the result of kuir.g and selecting from our stock.
Place your Christmas orders early. Don't let other·
get the first and bcôt selections. Get them yourself.
Dunn, North Carolina
Protect Your Home from
the World's Worst Vandals
'TVHKIR namec ira Wear, Warp, and Rot.
They steal, they mar, they bead, they break.
They leave behind them a trail of uglineae and ruin.
Ftre does far leaa damage tlian they.
At a hundred places in your home where there are
bare, or poorly prints surfaces, these vandale ara
robbing you night and day.
Stop their deatructivencest Shield your property!
Protect your walls, floors and furniture with paint
and varnish products. A· long as the paint and
vsrnifh coating is sound. Wear, Warp,
The cost of painting is trivial coopered with the loes
caused by this constant vandalism. And whan you
buy paint and vaiuith products, buy only the best, aa
the better the paint the greater the ratura.
Devoe Products are tln>e lasted pfoven,
by the 168 years' experience of the oldest paint msm
lecturing concern in the U. 8. Pounded 17S&
âUTL£R b Κ OTHERS