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WHErt OUR EYES ABE 0PEfED.
Hens that pay are hens that lay winter and sum
mer. Poultry raisers estimate that an egg in
winter is worth double its value in the spring.
You can get maximum winter results from your
hens by feeding -
Purina Chicken Chowder
with Purina Scratch Feed
the perfect balance for laying hens. Kens fed grain
alone make excess yolks, which cannot be laid. ' Notice
the unlaid yolks in the next fat hen you dress. Corn,
cats, barley, wheat etc., are yolk-forming and fattening
feeds, and should be balanced with high protein ingrc-..
dients to produce as many w'v.tes as yolks. Purina
Chicken Chowder contains
such white-forming ingredient s
as granulated meat, linseed
meal,"' alfalfa floury etc., that
balance the grains in Purina
Scratch Feed. When Purina
Chicken Chowder is fed as
directed with Purina Scratch
Feed, we guarantee
More. Eggs or
Purina feeds arz sold by
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For Sale by
Hearbn Lumber Go., Saluda, N. C;
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Town' Talk is Flour $1.80 for 241bs.
Saluda, N. O
Rafnfall in Bombay. ' 1
Bombay averages more than 72
Inches of rain a year and gets most
of It within four or five months.
. How It Generally Works.
After saying, "I don't want to find
fault' the average man proceeds to
pick a flaw. .
Touble the crop to the acre and
aalve the ! cost. Dr. Seaman A. Knapp.
j Light Reading. :
"Do you think there is such a thing
as mind reading?" "Yes," replied Miss
Cayenne. "But in so many cases it
would be such a waste of timel"
Collectively, fspeakmsr, the Aineri
can eye is' slowly vclosinto: the path
of honor and right, and justice.
To the one of greed, it is a flaming
magnet which seeks todraw every
thing of value within V' its gr&sping
folds. , . -
A j The insane desire to get rich quick-'
ly has deadened the pulse of the
nation, until civic and commercial
virtue possess about the' potency of a
long dead jellyfish.
This is especially true since the
country plunged headlong into a sea
of wild speculating arid profiteering
following our entry into the war.'
Time was when .we acknowledged
that all men had rights which were to
be considered and respected.
But today most men accord them
only such as do not interfere with
.their own selfish ends.-
The craving for gold and its result
ant power is destroying : the refined
sensibities of mankind until the
whole country is becoming debauched
by the curse of the yellow metal.
But some day our eyes will be op
ened suddenly, rudely and relent
will face internal conditions the
like of which no loyal American has
If the trend continues downward,
the soul of American manhood will
be wallowing in the mire of insatiate
greed and debauchry-rom which only
the most courageous Vill ever emerge
in any semblance of honor and purity
in this life. ' :?
Our government will face the task
of restoring law and order in "the
midst of bedlam and a wholesale dis
regard of human rights.
The editors of the " country press,
whose convictions are never smoth
ered undered under the71 muzzle of
corporate greed, have long warned
Washington of the the ever incrasing
tide flowing only towards destruction;
and they are sounding a fresh warn
Shall this warning be heeded ?
Or will the government and 1 the
congress just pussyfoot along until
the proud head of the American
eagle is lowered to the "utrid one of
the buzzard ?
Today this warning mny sound
Tommorrow it will be prophetic.
GOOD HEALTH CREATES AN AT
TRACTIVE, MAGNETIC PER-
SONALITY AND WINS
HEALTHY PEOPLE ARE HAP-PIEST
PEPTO-MANGAN HAS PUT THOU
SANDS INTO THE HEALTHY,
How the red-blooded. energetic,
and attrictive man or woman is en
vied by tfiose who feel that it will al
ways be their unfortunate lot to be
thin, pale, and weak-bodied! -
And yet why continue to envy men
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We;haVe ample supplies of German Potash Salts
to nable us to say to the trade we are : prepared
to furnish all grades of mixed goods with foreign
Potash Salts EXCLUSIVELY, and in addition,
we are prepared to sell Genuine German Kainit
- and other grades of foreign potash Salts.
! KAINIT - - - -FKAINITJ
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MURIATE OF POTASH
12.40 per cent Potash
14.00 per cent Potash
20.00 per cent Potash
50.00 per cent Potash
Sqydur Roy ster Dealer and place your order now.
Norlillc, Va. Richmond,: VaLvnchburg, Va, Tarboro, N. C. Charlotte, N.
4 CjiWashingtonfN. C. Columbia, S. C. Spartanburg, S. C .Allanta, Ga.
Ma&ih, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Baltimore, Md. Toledo; Ohio.
and women wjio possess a vigorous,
healthy physical condition and an at
tractive, jjftag&etic personality? Poor
health oi4 I'jjfik of vitality are often
merely the -result of impovished
blood. ;: " , ' . v : :
Gude'a Fep(li-Mangan is for people
whose hodiep p suffer from lack of
proper ?lMatif nourishment. - Pepto-
Manga?i:.enn&es the blood1 and in
creases ihk JTmber of healthy red
blood cells. wich are so necessary to
carry the preper nourishment, vigor
ousness, and strength to every part
of - the- body. j i v'. '
Physician Introduced Glide's Pep-to-Mangx
tftilhe public because they
knew tfcat -j contained the very
propertied th are so sorely needed
to build "up tf$n, watery blood. For
your convien&ce Pepto-Mangan is
prepared in wo forms, : liquid and
tablet. Both, cpntain exactly the
same me4fejRa value; , 4 .
Insist oja Usb genuine Pepto-Man-gan.
ijre you are buying the
genuine Pefilo-Mangan, Cask your
druggist,irif Gude's" J And be sure
the name "Guile's" is on the package.
Th trqiPG: Oays
. , ARE REAL DAYS
The time for saving and getting ahead in the game
. . . of life is NOW.
, With a Bank Account started and steadily growing
, you will experience a pleasure of accomplishment in
saving that comes from naught else.
The best way is to come in and start an account to
day Don't delay on account of the amount you
have for the start.
BAN K Of SALIU EDA
Saluda, ; N. C.
JOHN B. CANNON, Presr : PRKTON H. BAILEY, QsS.