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POLK COUNTY NEWS. BENTON. TENNESSEE.
THIS YOUNG MOTHER Tell Childless Women WHat Lydia EPinkham's Vegetable Compound Did for Her Millston, Wis." I want to rive you word of praise for your wonderful medicine, vy e are very fond of children and for a consider able time after we married I feared I would not have any owing to my weak condition. I began taking Lydia E. P i n k h a m's Vege table Compound and now I have a nice strong healthy baby eirl. I can honestly say that I did not suffer much more when my baby was born than I used to suffer with my periods before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound years ago. I give all the credit to your medicine and shall always recom mend it very highly. " Mrs. H. H. Janssen, Millston, Wisconsin. How can women who are weak and sickly expect or hope to become mothers m i 1,1 iii n mi v e A i . j 01 neaitny cnnaren.' j.neir nrst amy is to themselves. They should overcome the derangement or debility that is dragging them down, and strengthen the entire system, as did Mrs. Janssen, by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and then they will te in a position to give their children the 1 J J A ' Diessuig ox a gooa consuuiuon. 7k z j BUILDING PROJECT TO AID JOBBERS PROJECT CALLS FOR THOUSANDS OF STANDARDIZED HOMES TO BE BUILT BY THE PEOPLE HOOVER IS STUDYING DETAILS Believed Idea Will Not Only Relieve House Shortage, But Alto Solve The Unemployment Crisis No man ever respects a woman who floes not respect herself. FOR SUMMER COLDS Use Vacher-Balm ; it relieves at once. If we have no agent where you live, write to E. W. Vacher, Inc., New Orleans, La. Advertisement. A pessimist has pierced all the shams; but is he happy? Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy ror lnianta ana cnuaren, ana see tnat it Rpflrn the BIgnature of (jU. In Use for Over 30 Tears. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castori Figures cannot He, but they are ca pable of being juggled. Do you know you can roll 50good cigarettes tor lOcis from one bag of GENUINE BullDurham TOBACCO We want you to have the best paper for "BULL." So now you can receive with each package a book of 24 leaves of WlUrV. the very finest cigarette paper in the world. El For your health's sake yon should Immediately correct any Irregu larity oi us uoweis oy caiang dr. Tirrrs liver pills.' If your Bowels are not working properly yon cannot expect to keep fit. Take one or two at bed time. Get right and keep right. MSI I Money back without question If HUNTH GUARANTEED nifii? a c if ova RriIRA f (Hunt' Salve and Soap), fall In the tr.atm.ni oi lien, aciim di. mmMm T.tt.. a. athar Iteh. l-..klnll...... Tr thl.tr.At snent at Our risk Bold by all reliable druf data. A. 0. 303Je Medieine Ce, Sherman, Teas Washington. Thousands of stand ardized homes, to be built by people of moderate means thia is a project the government is now working on, and may be ready for announcement at the forthcoming unemployment con ference. Both to afford employment for hun dreds of thousands of workers in many branches of industry and to offer an effective panacea for industrial unrest generally, the proposed own-your-own-home campaign is looked to here as a timely and practicable instrument. Secretary of Commerce Hoover, through the voluntary co-operation of committees representing all phases of home building work, has been carrying on a study of the project on the fol lowing bases 1. To permit of people contempiat ing the building of homes costipg not more than ten thousand dollars, and from that figure down, to do so easily cheaply and quickly through the use of standardized plans and equipment 2. To effect such a result through the catriotic co-operation of industry civic authorities, builders, ba'nking in- sttutions and others interested in home construction; and not as a gov ernment project, involving the expen diture of even loaning of funds by the federal treasury. Volunteer committees of prominent Americans contractors, real estate men, architects, manufacturers, brick and lumber men, as well as other groups have sought through weeks of work to establish such a" standard ized equipment for homes as to make the project nationally attractive. Distinguished architects have pre Tin rod nlans for a large number of Etandard-tvpe houses, drawn to accom modate climatic and other sectiopal conditions, all calling for standardized material and fittings, available in the respective sections of the country for which the house plans are arawn. r i example, the California-type house has been drafted in diferent styles for the Pacific coast country, calling for cer tain standardized building materials available in that section, ana siana ardized heating facilities to accommo date the climate there. Otner types have been drawn to accommodate spe cial architectural fancies and equip ment needs in other sections. Manufacturers have co-operated in the difficult work of creating a plan fnr standardized and systematized plumbing, heating and other equip merit eoinE into tne proposeu uuui while the bureau of standards ,here has been at work experimenting on suggestions to the end sougnt. ASK IRISH FOR NEW FARLEY Message Regarded As Forward Ste.j In Negotiations Would Have Delegates Conduct Meet London. The British cabinet has invited Mr. De Valera to send dele gates to a conference with the cabinet ministers at Inverness September 20, according to the Dally Mail's Inver ness correspondent, who said: "Only one condition is Imposed, nataely, the understanding that Ire- the em Many Meet Death' As Bridge Falls Chester, Pa. Between 25 and 30 persons were drowned or crushed to death, and more than a score or others were injured here recently when the footpath of the Third street bridge over Chester river collapsed The dead and injured were part of a crowd of approximately seventy-five persons that had gatherel on the structure to watch the efforts or po lice in grappling for the body of a 6-year-old boy who had drowned a half hour before. Many of the dead are women and children. The bridge was an old-fashioned structure 90 feet long, and cleared the water about twenty feet. It carried two trolley tracks across the stream and had one footpath. The stream Is about fifteen feet deep where the accident occur red. . ' William Munsford Ellis Is Dead Roanoke, Va. MaJ. William Muns ford. Ellis, son-in-law of John Tyler, tenth president of the United State?, died in a Richmond hospital recently. according to news received here by relatives. Major Ellis married Miss Pearl Tyler, youngest daughter' of President Tyler. His widow and eight children- survive him. Youth Is Charged With Two Murders Chicago. Harvey W. Churchv 22- year-old youth arrested in Adams, Wis., in connection with the murder of Bernard J. Daugherty and Carl As mus, was brought back to Chicago in the automobile declared by the police to hav ebeen the omtive for the crime. After the finding of the terribly muti lated body of Daugherty in the Dos plaines river, the police dug up the body of Asmus, which had been hidden n a garage in the rear of the apart ment in which Church lived. The'the ory is that whiskey is the cause. land must remain within pire." The communication to Dr. De Val era, according to this dispatch, asks for an early reply and points out the apparent uselessness of conductin negotiations by a further exchange of notes. In order to allay any fears regarding Ulster, the decision that northern Ireland must not in any cir cumstances be coerced, was reaffirm ed by the ministers. Inverness, Scotland. A decision which may mean peace or war with Ireland was taken by the British cab inet at an all-important meeting here recently. The government's reply to Eamonn de Valera, the Irish repub lican leader, unanimously approved by the ministers, has been dispatched to Dublin through the intermediary of Robert C. Barton, the Sinn Fein courier who carried the Dail Eireann's message to Premier Lloyd-George, and who, was brought into the coun cil chamber while the council was in session. The nature of the government's de cision has not been made known, but it is not necessary to await publica tion of the reply to realize that an important step forward has been tak en. Directly after the ministers had reached their decision, came the an nouncement that a committee consist ing of the ministers now in Scotland, has been appointed with full powers to deal wilh the situation the moment Mr. de Valera's further answer ar rives. The committee comprises the pre mier, Austen Chamberlain, Earl Cur zon, Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Winston Spencer Churchill, Edward Shortt, Robert Munro, Lord Birken head, Sir Hamar Greenwood and Sii Robert Stevenson Horne. This is taken to mean that the gov ernment has appointed the commit tee of ministers, to meet the' Irish plenipotentiaries, should Mr. de Val era be ready to proceed on that course. It is contended that if, in the opinion of the cabinet, a rupture of the nego tiations was likely to follow the re cent decision, it would hardly be nec essary to appoint a cabinet , commit tee to deal with the situation. Naturally, the possibility that the cabinet may have decided to impose a time limit for negotiations to start, is not precluded. In this -connection it is recalled that unofficial intimations have been given from Dublin of the names of the men who would likely be appointed as plenipotentiaries, in eluding Arthur Griffith. CALOMEL HSE1S Germans Have Paid First Reparations Paris. The reparation commission has issued the following official com munication regarding payments by Germany to the allies: "On May 31 Germany had paid the reparations com mission 160,400,000 gold marks and had supplied drafts at three months on the German treasury for the remainder of the 1,000,000,000 gold marks. The rep arations commission has now received in approved foreign currency from the German government 770,000,000 gold marks in redemption of these drafts. Retroactive Repeal Of Tax Is Favored Washington. There is a growing sentiment in the senate finance com mittee to make repeal of the excess profits tax retroactive to last January 1, instead of effective next January 1, as provided for in the house revenue bill, Chairman Penrose said recently in announcing that the committee expect ed to complete soon preliminary con sideration of the house measure. Harding Not To Visit Muscle Shoal Birmingham, Ala. President Hard ing will not visit Muscle Shoals during his visit to Birmingham, October 26. Replyng to an invitation from the lo cal chamber of commerce which was one of the many organizations invit ing him to inspect the Muscle Shoals project during his Alabama trii the president replied that the press of of ficlal duties was too great to permit any other trips except his visit to Birmingham. Wisconsin Town Destroyed By Flames Rhinelander, Wis. Fire recently Bwept the town of Jeffries, twelve miles from here, causing damage esti mated at nearly $1,000,000. The fire was still raging beyond control early recently. Hope of saving the town with its large number of paper mllH was abandoned. The country for mile around was clouded -with smoke, ril lars of flames were visible in Rhine lander, even in daylight. Fire fighting appartua was rushed from Merrill, Rhinelander, and other luxrounding towns You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if Yon Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead . Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug gish liver. When calomel comes into contact with sour bile It crashes Into it, causing cramping and nausea. If you feel bilious, headachy, con stipated and all knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson'g Liver Tone for a few cents, which is harmless vegetable substi tute for dangerous calomel. Take a 6poonful and if it doesn't start your liver and straighten you tip better and quicker than nasty calomel and with out making you sick, you just go back and get your money. ' If you take calomel today youTI be sick and nauseated tomorrow; - be sides, it may salivate you, while if you take Dodson's Liver Tone yoo will wake up feeling great, full of ambi tion, and ready for work or play. Ifa harmless, pleasant and safe to glv to children ; they like It Advertisement I'neasy rown. lies the face that wears a ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine More Practicable. Unwin "That little waitress has taking ways." Sterne "I wish she had some fetching ones." Ftounrpt TTnless you see the name 'Bayer" on package or on tablets you ! are not getting genuine Aspirin pre-! scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As- Dirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the : trade mark of Bayer Manufacture or Monoaceticacidester of Sallcyllcacld. , Advertisement. j i A silent man is always worth listen- j Ing to. 1 i .1- rm. Take SulphjrBaths Rheumatism Gout, Eczema, Hives, etc. Right hi your own home and at trifling cost, you can enjoy the Lciiiit of iwowu sulphur baths. Hancock Sulphur Compound Mature own Mood purifying and skin beaBatf remedy SULPHUR prepared In a war to make Its ase mott efficacious. 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