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MBS. GRUNDY, TRACY CITY, TENNESSEE W 3 A Statement by The Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis Railway Tlie New Year suggests itself as a fitting time to express to the public the principles which actuate the management in the operation of this railroad property. 1. Subject to reasonable regulation, because of the public character of the service rendered, the owners of railroads are the owners of private property, entitled to all the rights and privileges of such ownership. 2. In the operation of the property, the management owes a three-fold obligation: First to the Public, it owes good service at a reasonable charge. The efficient operation of a railroad requires long experience and technical training. Dictation as to operation sometimes practiced by public Commissions often imposes burdens on the railroad with no corresponding benefit to the public Second To the owners, it owes the' duty of fully main taining the property and earning a reasonable return on the investment. Third To its employees, it owes reasonable working rules, considerate treatment and a just wage, recognizing the nature of the service performed, the comparative wages paid in other industries and f he ability of the railroad to pay such wages. 3. To meet the c Rations satisfactorily, the manage ment must, in fact, iusu , .i power to manage the property within the limitations cf reasonable public regulation, but free from such influences as unduly disturb" economic laws and so interfere v:ih operations as to hamper individuality, destroy initiative -d make it impossible to fulfill the entire obliga tion of r . . .-gement. 1 Company is not in politics. It has neither party nor fact '. affiliation. Of necessity, it keeps advised of prospect. ' cts of legislation affecting its interests and pre sents its v .v fn a legal and proper way, openly and above board, rtir ixig on the inherent justice of its case as publicly presented. 5. It is the earnest hope of The Nashville, Giattanooga & St. Louis Railway, that, acting in accord with the principles here exps essed, it may by fair dealing deserve the affection of its employees and by rendering good and courteous service at reasonable charges earn the respect and confidence of the public To that end, it asks no special favors, but only that, subject to reasonable and fair regulation, it may have the opportunity of performing the public service of transporta tion. In rendering, that service, ycur co-operation, suggestions and constructive criticism are invited. THE NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY January 1, 1222. 7 yhens go When hens do not receive both the white and yolk forming elements in their feed, they cannot lay. Missouri Experiment Station tests with 100 lbs. of an average mixed grain feed produced about 224 volks ,to 154 whites. Based on data from these eXDerimentS. Purina formulae make Ubove bodily maintenance), as follows: Purina Hen Chow 247.49 yolks Purina Chicken Chowder 182.05 yolks Combined Ration 429.54 yolks m. d.. r i a uc r unna Viiows nor. only make a 142.11 whites 282.55 whites 424.68 whites Dracticallv finuit . I f V . II I . . immrer or wnir.es ana youcs out make more of both than ordinary feeds. Note that Purina Chicken Chowder contains the necessary white-form- ing elements to Daiance up the yollc-makjng grain ration. That's why Purina Chicken Chowder supplies plenty of white for all the yolks in the hen's . body, thus insuring a maxi mum egg yield. That's why we can absolutely i guarantee more eggs or money back on Purina Poultry Chows If fed as directed. You take no risk. SOLD BY Economy and Distinction Rare Economy meets with dis tinctive appearance in Dayton Wire Wheels. Hand in hand, they add a quick change advantage that saves time, temper and clothes; a greater safety and added strength, and much easier riding. Every purchaser or owner of a Ford or a Chev rolet 490 should equip with Dayton Wire Wheels for all these advantages, and for the increased re sale value farlnore than the first cost. Every standard color but only one star1 in material and workmanship the best. Spare vheel c-i ! 2 locked on by using our specially designed Dayton Wire Wheel Carrier. We have an interesting booklet which ten's the facts about Dayton Wire Wheels. It will please us greatly to give you a copy of it or to have you call and examine these wheels. They are so attractive it is a pleasure to show them. More Tire Mileasre Iayton Wire Wheels distribute heat from tires and save th rubber. They add to the - resiliency and give more tire mile age, Dnytons mean longer life to', your car. too. Quick Tire Chance In case of puncture with Daytonn, the en tire wheel U changed quickly by unscrew in? the hub cap and putting on the spare wheel with tire in flated. The built-in locking; device adds much in safety. SI! Easier Hieing Dayton Wire Wheels absorb road shocks, are more resilient, and give greater ease and smoother -!41nr Improved . Appearance .The beauty of a car equipped with Dayton Tire Wheels gives the owner greater pride In the car, and enhances the value tremendously. Fletcher-Pocus. A pretty home wedding was solemnized last Monday after noon at Palmer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. llenrv Pocub, when their daughter Misa (Jorinne. was wedded to Mr. Keece Fletcher. The house was decorated with the usual ('hristmas decorations of Holly and Mistletoe. Rev. J. E. Thomas was the officiating minister and used the beautiful ring ceremony. The happy voting couple left Tuesday for a short wedding trip after which they will make their home in I'n liner. The bride is the pretty and ac complished young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry, l'ocus and numbers her friends by her ac quaintances. The groom is an employee of the coal company at Palmer and is an industrious yowiig.man V x I j Geo. M. Thorogood atnd wife of cowan, were here t hid week. ; " Mamlr"'"'''",ll tliMWMiiitnMiWTni . iimiwgy S : rs 1l IPs A Good Sign that your liver's out of order and your blood's weak and watery, when you wake up with "an awful taste in your mouth" and "about as. tired as when you went to bed." J5etter get busy with Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. It'll put your liver and bowels in good shape and brace you up all over. Finest kind of a FAMILY TONIC in use for 68 years. On sale at your drug store. Mr. end llrt. J. II. Nelson, Carthage, Tex.: "We have nsod Dr. Thacher's Livor and Blood Syrup for many years. It has been our only doctor when sick and in 1 a run-down condition." 1 THACHER MEDICINE CO. X "V . T" IT C A x.v- VHUWttWl 1 CUBf Va a?t TU 33. V.