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POLK COUNTY NEWS, BENTON. TENNESSEE.
WIFE "TAKES H0SBANDSADV1GE And It Made Weil Again by Lydia E.. PinkhaW Vegetable Compound Cnri'ntrfiaM Ma "The AoctOT told my huaband that I had to have an ope r- auun, vuiei a (would be a sickly woman and could not have anv more chil- Idren on account of my weakened con dition. J, refused to have the operation. My husband asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veeeta- ble Compound to see if it would not neip m. For the first nm mnntha T (mild An hut little WOrk. av VVa-1, UV 4IW s ivwsw - m had 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 friends when I hear them complaining about their ills. "-Mrs. H. Natale, 72 Fre mont St, Springfield, Mass. Sickly, ailing women make unhappy homes, and after reading Mrs. Natale's tetter one can imagine now this home was transformed by her restoration to health. Every woman who suffers from audi ailments should give Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. It is surely .worth while. , SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs, healthy by taking GOLD MEDAL m.. -lA'n BtanAarA rmadv for IddneV. fiver, bladder and uric acid troubles. Famous since 1696. Take regularly and keep in good health. In three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Leak for t!o name Col & Medal en every U and accept mo imitation GENUINE tobacco makes 50 . godd cigarettes for 10c We want you to have th "J best paper lor "BULL." So now you can receive with each package a book . . of 24 leaves of UllLV. he very finest cigarette paper In the world. v.. . . 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TENNESSEE EVENTS Gathered from fill Cor ners of the State and Told in Briefest Form Nashville. City detectives are press ing the investigation into the double tragedy at the state fair, when W. C. fuckettj of A'tlanta ancf Charles L. Stewart cf Bloomlngton, Ind. were shot to death. Charles Bellmyer ol of Bloomlngton, who 4s held at police station charged with the double killing, calmly denies connection with it or that he entertained ill-feeling against the men. The police theory, based on the examination of witnesses, is that Bellmyer became furiously angry when told by Stewart, his employer, In a lunch stand, to go "home because he was drinking, after Puckett, assistant manager of concessions, had told Stew art that he must get rid of tbe'man as he was getting obnoxious. Jackson. George Baddard was found guilty of attempting to obtain money under 'false pretenses and was ean tenced Xo four months in 4he county workhouse in criminal court here. He is alleged to have forged telegrams to the manager of the Southrn hotel here purporting to be from the York lum ber company of Memphis. The tele grams asked that the hotel manager here advance Baddard several hundred dollars. The deal was found to be a fraud and Baddard was held. Jackson. Leaving home Monday with a roll of money on his person amounting t6 about $500, J. It. Bennett a grocer of Middle avenue, has not been heard from since, and his wife is beginning to feel anxious 'about his whereabouts. He is said to have stated that he was going to Carroll, north of Jackson, to purchase some cattle from a party who had telephon ed him. . - ' ' Chattanooga. It has been officially announced by reunion headquarters the railroads had granted a one cent a mile rate to the meeting of the Unit ed Confederate Veterans here in Octo ber, the initiative having been taken by the Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis railroad. The rate will apply tc veterans and their families, United .Daughters of the Confederacy and al! affiliated organizations. Trezevant. Revival services are be ing conducted at the local Methodist church, South. The pastorJtev. T. H. Davis, ia being assisted by Rev. W. J. McCoy, of McKenzie, who is doing the preaching, and Miss Essie Morri son of Nashville is conducting the song services. There is good inter est in the meeting. This is the last of the annual revival meetings to be held by the Trezevant churches. - Jackson. Roscoe Phillips was In dieted by the grand jury for an attach on a young girl from Khe Malesug neighborhood at the district fair here. Phillips will be arraigned at the pres ent term of criminal court, although the date for this trial has not been set His bond was fixed at 15,000 and he was remanded to Jail. Later he made bond. Columbia. Interest ln the growing of cantaloupes and strawberries in Maury county is increasing, and for th purpose of reaching a working basis, public meetings to discuss thse crops will be held at McCains, Stlveraville and Mooresville this week. Dr. W. C. Largen, wiho has had long experience in the" strawberry fields of Kentucky, and E. J. Park or the Culleoka Pro duce company. e e e Jackson. The clean-up squad has heard applications of over 300 ex-service men from this and five adjoining counties while here. A. number 1 of Jacksonwomen are volunteering their services In. meeting trains and trans porting those ex-service men to the federal building, where the board is in session. . a e MAmnhis. A widespread conspiracy ito kill off all negro brakemen.on the Illinois Central railroad and Its branches was contained In the alleged confession by; Joseph Miller Baker, 31, a former- flagman, who admitted shoot ing a freight conductor at Mllllngton, toy .mistake, Detective Inspector Grif fin said. ,.. Knoxvllle. Pryor U Draper, one of the few survivors of the ill-fated steamer Sultana, which sunk from an inside explosion in the Mississippi river near Memphis at the close of the civil war, died here, aged 82. TiDtonville. Tlntonville claims the record of the state of Tennessee for having Khe greatent number of students off to college. The town, with only 1,100 In population, has 21 boys and girls off at school thlaycar. SENATE COMfilltTEE PLANS TAX .BILL $3,324,000,000 AMOUNT PROPOSEO UNDER REVISED BILL, IS SUM NECESSARY FOR YEAR 1922 INCREASE OFJ84,000,000 Committee Report Gives Full Details Of Anticipated Chanfles In Federal Income And Outgo Washington. A shrinkage of more than "one billion dollars In income and excess profits taxes this fiscal. year was reckoned upon by the senate fin ance committee in revising the house tax bill, with a view to raising $3,324, 000,000 in internal revenue in the twelve months ending next June 30. . This was disclosed by the majority report approved recently by a commit tee of republicans and made public. The estimated total of revenue under the bill is $136,000,000 less than treas ury experts havfe. figured would be re turned this fiscal year under the pres ent law, but is $34,000,000 more than the revised total under the house bill. Estimated returns this fiscal year from fncome ad profits taxes are $1, 880,000.000, according to the report,as gainst approximately $3,000,000,000 of actual collections in the fiscal year ended last June 30. Only about $50,- 000,000 of this difference of $1,120,000, 000 is accounted for by changes pro posed in the present law. Treasury officers and committee members ex plained that the remainder is charged off to shrinkage" on account of business depression diversion of funds to tax exempt securities and other causes. Doclarinr that the $3,324,090,000 to tal proposed under the revised bill was only $52,000,000 more thai? th treasury had estimated would have to be raised through internal taxes, the report said that this was "a margin of safety none too largo for the fiscal year 1922, In view of the existing business depres sion and the uncertainty attaching to the yield of the income and profits taxes." ' " "Your committee has acted," the re port said, "on the assumption that with the exception of the special rali- road expenditures, which will be nearly if not wholly completed In the fiscal year 1922 the aggregate expenditure for this fiscal year 1923 will be sub stantially as large as the 1922 budget amount, in round figures, to $50U,qow, 000; and the receipts from customs and miscellaneous Purees ' for the fiscal year 1923 are estimated at $730,000,- - . sat ni f 000. , Deducting DOtn amounts ..isi,zu, oooV from the total estimated expendi tures for 1922. ($4,034,000,000), leaves, In round figures, $2,800,000,000, to ne supplied by internal taxes for the fis cal year 1923. a- "The revenue bill as recommenaea by your committee will raise during 1923, it is estimated, $2,235,700,000. "The difference or deficit or ?b&,ooo,- 000 about equal to the corresponding surplus for the fiscal year 1922 can and should be avoided by saving and economics. Ycnir committee deliber ntftlv recommends a ta program to meet ordinary expenditures on the pres ent scale,v assumes that a reasonable measure of retrenchment and reduc iton will be accomplished." Regarding surtaxes, the report said: "Your committee recommends- a reduc tion of the maximum surtax from 65 npr cent to 32 per cent in the belief that in the near future the lower sur tax will, by stimulating sales and profit-taking, and by making possible trans actions now blocked by excessive sur tax rates, not only facilitate needed business readjustments, but actually Increase the revenue. In the long run, in the opinion of your committee, the 32 per cent rat will yield more reve: nue than the 65 per cent rate." Advance Begun. By Spanish Troops Madrid, v Spain. Spanish forces en gaged against Moorish tribesmen to the southwest of Melilla; began a new advances, according to latest advices'. Columns debouched from Zoco El Ar baa and Nador, and gained considera ble ground. There is 4 rumor In the bourse that Seluanvha been recaptur ed from the Moroccans. -The Spanish troops operating on the western shore of Mar Chlca, a Iagoon.lnear Meltlla, have occupied Mount Taulma, and Po zos de Aograz, bout five miles far. ther south. '-' ''-, ' . . " ,f Delay Expected For Antl v Beerltet Washington.Several weeks' delay in considerate of the anti-beer bill are forecast in the senate after a con ference between leaders. An agree ment recently announced by 8enator ttrllng. in charge of the bill, has been reached to give the legislation right of way after disposal of the peace trea ties and the tax revision bill. The anti beer measure was shunted aside in fa vorN! the German treaty, but assur ances for its eventual enactment have r-een given Stirling. who Bays that sen tta aontlmpnt favora th W soma STOPS SALE IF 0ALI1H3EL "DodsorTs Liver Tone' is TaXlng Place of Dangerous,' Sickening Chemical. Say Druggists Every druggist In town has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel. They all give the aame rea son. Dodson's Liver Tone Is taking its place. "Calomel Is dangerous and people know It" Dodson'g Liver Tone Is per sonally guaranteed by every druggist who sells it. A large bottle doesn't cost very much but if it fails to give easy relief In every case of liver slug gishness and constipation, just ask for your money back. HONORS RESTED WITH CH0ATE Possibly Because He Had the Last Word in Witty Duel' With Chauncey M. Depew. New Yorkers agree that either Jo seph Choate or Chauncey M. Depew was the finest after-dinner speaker on earth. Some one says: "At an annual diuuer of llii St. Nicholas so ciety Choate was down for the toast 'The Navy,' while Depew was to re spond to- The Army.' Depew began by saying: 'It's well to have a spe cialist; that's why Choate is here to speak about the navy. We met at the wharf once and I never saw him again uutH we reached Liverpool. When I asked how he felt he said he thought he would have enjoyed the trip over if he had had any ocean air. Yes, you want to hear Choate on the navy.' ) 'Chonte responded: 'I've heard De new hailed as the greatest after-din ner speaker. If after-dinner speak ing, as I have heard it described ana a I believe it to be. is the art of say ing nothing at all, then Doctor De pew is the most marvelous speaker tn the universe.' --Washington Star. 'Progression in China. At no very remote time-China will have a very superior-radio system. An American company has undertaken the contract for building a station at Shanghai 'which will be as powerful as that of Bordeaux, but will be superior in that it will have masts 1,000 feet high. Other stations will afterward be erected at Harbin, Peking and Canton. The Shanghai station will be able to maintain communication across the Pacific without relay. ' His Fate. "He never tips the waiter." "How dws be manage to get good service?" "He doesn't." "Marriage has soured the sweet dis position of, many a fair maid. Do you know what constitutes a strong constitution? To have sound, healthy nerves, completely under control, digestive organs that are capable of absorbing a hearty meal, means you have a strong constitution! Your general attitude is one of optimism and energy. But an irritable disposition, frequent attacks of indigestion, and a languid depression, indicate your system is not in correct working order. -' ' " . Probably you are 'not eating the proper food. Probably the nutritious elements are not being supplied to your system in the proper way. . Grape-Nuts is the wholesome, delicious cereal that promotes normal digestion, absorption and elimi nation, whereby nourishment is accomplished with out auto-intoxication. A mijeture of energy-giving wheat and malted barley comprise the chief elements of Grape-Nuts. A; dish at breakfast or lunch is an I excellent, wholesome rule to follow. t - - - i- " ' ' You can order Grape-Nuts at any and every hotel, restaurant, and lunch room; on dining cars, on lake boats and steamers; in every good grocery, large and small, In every city, town or village in Jlorth America. , : Grape-Nuts the Body Builder "There's a Reason" Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling fine: no biliousness, sick head ache, acid . 6tomach or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause In convenience all the next day like len ient calomel. Take a dose of. calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose a day. Advertisement. DISTEMTEB AMONG HORSES snccessfaUy treated with Spohn's Distemper Compound S5!L ?oe - KNZA. COUGHS and COLDS. As a preventive astlnst tbsaa. an occasional dose of "SFOUN'S" Is marvelousljr effective. Aa "Sr for cases already Buffering. "SPOHN'S- ia e0aally effective. Give It as a preventlra. lon't wait. 60 ceata ul $1.20 per bottle at drua; store. ...-,. fcl'OUN MEDICAL COMPANY GOSHEN, INDIANA Cuticura Soap IS IDEAL- For the Hands Saap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Ttleam 25c. SORE EYES Dr. Salter's Eye Lotion relieve! and curei tore and inflamed eyei in 24 to 48 hour. Helps the weak eyed, curet without pain. Aik your druggist or dealer for SALTER'S. Only from Reform DitpcaMry, J. O. Bo 151, Atlanta, Georgia WATER FROM ARTESIAN WELL Why Method of Bringing It to Sur. face Is Only Successful In Cer tain Localities. Artesian wells are possible only In certain localities. When there are pervious strata lying between" " Im pervious beds , the water percoiauns through will be imprisoned; lying up on the lowest, and rising to some point in the highest, when a previous stratum brines it to the surface and it escapes in the form of spring. If, however, a shaft can be sunk to tne lowest point, the water of the whole busln will pass upward for escape and will rise to a level corresponding to the greatest height to which the imprisoned strata reaches. The wells were Darned from one at 'Artois, France, which was the first sunk with full knowledge of the principle in volved. The Chinese from time im memorial have used these wells, and they have also been used for cen turies In the neighborhood of Vienna. The artesian well at " Grenoble, near Paris, throws water to a height of 32 feet above the surface at the rate of more than 500 gallons a minute. Boston Globe. The Reward. The reward of a thing well done Is to have done it. Emerson.