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THE CROSSVILLE CHRONICLE
WIFE TAKES The "Charm of Alabama" Calls the Farmer to Montgomery Connty !5flIN(jipR HUSBANDSADVICE And Is Made Well Again by Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Springfield, Mass. "The doctor told my basband that l bad to bave an oper- iimiujjmii ii ii luation, otherwise I w J would be a sickly A woman and could not J have any. more chil- aren on account 01 my weakened con dition. I refused to have the operation. My husband asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegeta ble Compound to see if it would not help me. For the first four months I could do but little work, bad to lie down most of the time, was nervous and could eat hardly anything, but my husband was always reminding me to take the Vegetable Compound, which I did. "" Of my eight children this last one was the easiest birth of all and I am thankful for your Vegetable Com pound. I recommend it to my f rienda when I hear them complaining about their ills." Mrs. M. Natale, 72 Fre mont St., Springfield, Mass. Sickly, ailing women make unhappy homes, and after reading Mrs. Natale 's letter one can imagine now this home was transformed by her restoration to health. Every woman who suffers from uch ailments should give Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. It is surely worth while. BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take COLD MEDAL The National Remedy of Holland for over 200 yean; it is an enemy of all pains re sulting from Iddney, liver and uric add troubles. All druggists, three sizes. Laok for the Gold Medal oa every bos ad accept ae imitation Absolutely! "Hereafter there will be absolutely no smoking in barracks at any time," bellowed a captain in Rarltan arsenal, New Jersey, after a fire caused by a forgotten butt had been quelled. "Ab solutely! Not at any time!" Then he paused and added as an afterthought in a louder b'ellow even than before: "Especially at night." American Le gion Weekly. ' Sure Relief 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief E IX-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Girls! Girls!! Save Your Hair With Cuticura Seep 25c, 0 in ha est 25 end 50c, Talcum 25c ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE Give eaie and comfort to feet that are tender and tore. If ahoee pinch or corns and bun ion ache thi Antiseptic, Heal ing Powder will give quick relief. Shake it in your Shoe, Sprinkle it la the Foot-bath. Sold everywhere, i HEADACHE? Go to your druggist or dealer and ask for a package of and get relief, with no bad , after effects. You can depend upon White Caps. They contain no narcotic or prohibitive drugs. Trial Siia 10 eta. Regular Size 25 eta. eiLBERT BBOS. CO Baltimore, K4 r Everyone Wants Bergdoll Home Again WASHINGTON. "We are going to get Bergdoll if it is possible to get him," Secretary Weeks declared In discussing the case of the Phila delphia draft evader now in Germany. "I don't believe we will recognize any statue of limitation in his case if one should exist." Secretary Weeks would not say what steps would be taken to get Bergdoll out of Germany. He refused Ask for Changes in QUOTING President Harding's dec laration for "more business in government and less government in business," a committee of electric power executives has asked the fed eral water power commission to revise certain portions of the regulations for development of power under the new water power laws which were pro mulgated by the old commission Just before it went out of office March 4. It was the second meeting of the new commission composed of Secre taries Weeks, Fall and Wallace. Just before the close of the last adminis tration, the outgoing commission pro mulgated regulations which the power men today acknowledged to be about 70 per cent workable, but containing provisions, which they said, undeni ably would prevent the development of water power projects which the bill was intended to stimulate. The regulations, as drawn by the outgoing commission, the power exec utives told the secretaries, seek to constitute the federal commission a regulatory body with expensive ma chinery, involving duplicate systems Capitol Decorated MOST of the decorations on the capitol at Washington are the work of the Italian artists, according to an article by Prof. Enrico Sartorio in "Carrocclo," an Italian magazine, published In New York. The dome was decorated by a young Italian painter, Pletro Bonanl, who had previously worked In Rome. He died in 1819. The cast of the Statue of Liberty was done by Causlcl, who died before be could put it into mar ble. As the hall of representatives neared completion, in 1806, Giuseppe Frazonl and Giovanni Andrei, sculp tors, were brought over from Italy. Their work was destroyed when the capitol was burned by the British dur ing the war of .1812. The clock in Marking Mount McKinley National Park MARKING on the ground the boun dary of Mount McKinley Nation al Park, Alaska, will be started as soon as weather conditions permit by the United States general land office through the surveyor general at Ju neau. This Is the first step to be tak en by the national park service in es tablishing adequate protection overJ the region which is the fountain head of the big game herds of Alaska. Congress whon It created the park had In mind two main objects to be fulfilled by Its establishment. One of these was to maintain for the benefit, use and enjoyment, of all the people this great area of magnificent scenery and unsurpassed natural attractions and the other was to preserve the game supply of this part of Alaska. The validity of existing claims un der the land laws of the United States was recognized, as was also the right of prospectors to make new locations. For necessary development It is per mitted that prospectors and miners actually engaged In prospecting and mining may take and kill In the park to discuss the possibility of his extra dition by Great Britain for violation nf Rritlsh nassnort laws, but did say that he assumed that If the state of war between the United States and Germany were declared at an end extradition of the draft evader would be possible. It was said that the state depart ment had made no request of the Brit ish government that it assist in bring ing Bergdoll to Justice. Bergdoll es caDed into Germany by obtaining a passport In Canada. Under the Brit ish law, falsification of a passport is a felony punishable by Imprisonment, and in diplomatic circles the opinion was advanced that the British gov ernment could demand that the Ger man government surrender Bergdoll for trial. Doubt was expressed whether he could be returned to the United States by British authorities. Water-Power Rules of accounts and thousands of eniploy eea. Congress, they argued, It was shown by the terms of the bill and the record of its passnge, Intended the commission to be a supervisory body, and, they argued, . congress showed its intent when it limited the appropriations for the commission's work to $100,000 a year. By amended regulations, the power executives maintained, the govern ment could do the work with a small personnel and at a moderate expen diture by utilizing the services of the army engineers. Present regulations, It was argued, were contrary to Intent of the law. by Italian Artists Statuary hall was begun by Carlo Franzoni and completed by Francisco Iradella. As the capitol neared completion in. 1823, Enrico Causlci and Antonio Capellano, pupils of Canova, arrived. The sculptured portraits of Columbus, Raleigh, Cabot and La Salle, and the groups representing the landing of the Pilgrims, Pocahontas' rescuing Capt John Smith, jind some others are by them. In 1826, Lulgl Persico arrived in Washington. The large allegorical group In the nortlco of the rotunda is his, and also the statues of War and Peace on either side of the door way. At the foot of the west stair way there Is a bronze bust of a Chip pewa chief by Vincent!. There are also many frescoes by Constantino Brumldl, and some by Castiginl, the two having been employed together on the large fresco on the rotunda, illustrating In pseudo-relief the peri ods in the history of the continent Brumldl, who painted many of the frescoes in the Vatican in Rome, as weM as In the capitol in Washington, came to America in 1849. In 1853 he became a citizen, and In 1859 he was entrusted with the decoration of the capitol. what game or birds are needed for their actual necessities when short of food. All other hunting and killing of wild life is prohibited and offend ers are liable to a fine of $500 or six months' imprisonment, or both, and will be adjudged to pay the cost of the proceedings. With the completion of the govern ment railroad from Reward to Fair banks, which approaches the south eastern corner of the park within fif teen or twenty miles, tourist travel to Mount McKinley Park will be an to complished fact. fHr U tw All jx )r:' . A Pnduct of a Montgomery County Dairy Farm An Ohio and Alabama Gait The "LIME LAND BELT" of the South is the choice section of America, and Montgomery County, Alabama, is not only the most attractive section of the famous LIME LAND BELT, ,but it is a county where the farm land owner pays less than twenty per cent of the tax levy, enjoys a magnificent system of improved highways, covering the entire county, and has six great trunk fine railways lead ing to the best markets. In addition to fertile soils, long growing seasons, nu merous clovers and grasses and the best pastures, Mont gomery County enjoys the best rural schools in the South and her splendid Consolidated Rural Schools offer full college requirement work and furnish free transportation both ways to the children on the farms. Montgomery has great stock yards, good local markets, splendid schools and churches, excellent health conditions and churches of every denomination. We seek to develop agriculture at home and invite farmers of other sections to investigate Montgomery Coun ty, as the logical place for a prosperous, permanent home. This County not only offers unusual opportunities for the dairy and live stock farmer, but is equally attractive for the fruit, vegetable, pecan and poultry farmer. The simple truth is enough to convince you, and full and descriptive literature will be furnished. Write Farm Section, Chamber of Commerce, (Div. H). 215 Bell Building, Montgomery, Alabama. PRESSING DAD PRETTY FAR Youth's Last Question Certainly Might Have Been Called Pointed and Personal. A most promising youth recently sought information from his father touching family affairs! ' "Dad," said he, "do you like mother?" "Why, what a question I Of course, I do!" "And she likes you?" "I am certain she does." "Did she ever say so?" "Thousands of times, my son." "Did she marry you because she loved you?" Whereupon dad became angry. and said : "See here, young man, you're getting entirely too personal. But I don't mind telling you that she did." The boy scrutinized his parent close ly, and after a pause added: "Tell me this, dad ; Was ma as near sighted then as she is now?" They are always linked together: Sadder and wiser man. Why get wisdom? in e lurnea 3he man in he was lost, but he turned the corner there was his own home! Ho many, troubled with dis turbed nerves and digestion due to coffee drinking, help has seemed along way of but they found in Postum Cereal at the corner grocery a delicious, satisfying table health and comfort. "There's a. Reason Made "by Postum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle Creek. Mich. MEANT GIFT TO BE USEFUL Sender of Wedding Present Knew Quite Well What Her Sister Would Need in Time. "What a peculiar choice for a wed ding present," remarked an English woman, trying not to laugh, as she inspected a huge flatiron which her charwoman had just purchased. "Aint it, ma'am?" said the char woman. "It's my sister that's getting married, and I'm repaying her for the gift she sent on for me on ray wed dln' day." ' "Did she send you something very ugly, then?" "Deed, no, ma'am. Her's was a beautiful present. But, you see, ma'am, a little bird whispered to me that her future husband's a man of violent tem per, and I thought I'd send her some thing that would be useful in case of family disputes. She has the straight est aim with a flatiron I ever seed I" Houston Post. Whoever does tess than his share makes it necessary for some one to do more than his. i r trie corner- the fog thought SB!