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IT, SSLMZX. TENNESSEE eaaHiHaeaeHaaaeaa s ToCure aCold in One Day Take Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets i Be sure its Bromo The genuine bears this signature 30c. Where It Happened. "He loved her, but never made 11 known, nnd remained a bachelor be cause she 'was very rich and he was poor." "Where did that happen? In thl town?" "No; In a book." SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There Is only one medicine that reallj stands out pre-eminent as a medicine foi curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands th highest (or the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in thousands upon thousands of distressing cases. Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be cause its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable compound. Start . treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi urn snd large. ' However, if you wish first to test thic great , preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and jnention this paper.Adv. Growing Our Own Fruit The Imports of fruit Into the conn try have shown a stendy decrease In the Inst few years, and It Is said to be due- to the fact that our orchard products are Increasing In quantity and variety. A torpid liver prevent! proper food -elmllatlon. Tone up yoor liver with Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. They act tenUy. adv. It's Nature. "One Industry In Australia Is rais ing kangaroos." "I should think that would keep those engaged In It on the Jump." Women Who Suffer Should find relief from their Buffer ings by taking the woman's tem- Eerance Tonic and Nervine, which as helped so many women, sbme of them right in your neighbor hood. When the household cares and the worries of everyday life have dragged you down, made . you unhappy, and there is noth ing ip life but headaohe, backache and worry, turn to the right pre scription, one gotten up by Dr. Pierce fifty years ago, which has helped many thousands of womeu in this country. It is called Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and can be had in every drug store in the land, in tablet or liquid form. Frankfort. Kt. "After ' motherhood I had such miserabla health for two . years that I could not get around to do my own housework, most of the time I had .to keep to my ' bed. My back. ached -and my nerves were in a terrible state. I doctored and took every medicine that was recommended to me, but it was not until I took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription that I located the right medicine, and it very promptly relieved every symptom of feminine trouble, and eventu ally reavwed me to perfect health." Mrs. Druzy Merwwether, No. 668 Wilkerson Street Women Made Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of yodth and health may be yours if you will keep your system to order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid trouble, tb necoiae of tile and looks. In uee since 1004. AH druggists, three site. r Ike aam CaU MUI aa mr Us) W. N. U, MEMPHIS, NO. 51-1920. Old Folks' Coughs rltt be re He red promptly by Pies'. Stops tbroat Sickle; relieves irntaboa. The reesedjr .teetcel by aeere the aly yean efuli P ISO'S UNITED STATES MUST LEAD WORLD Should Correct by Legislation Injustices in Gur National Life As Proof That Democracy Is Fair Washington. President Wilson, In bis annual congressional message, called on Congress to enuct a program of legislation which he said would put Uie United States In the forefront of a movement to make the spiritual power of democracy prevail through out the world. The message was sent t. the two Houses December 7 by messenger. The President said there are two ways In which the United States can lead In establishing the doctrine of "right makes might" in the world. These ways, he said, are : "First, by offering the example with in her own borders of the will and power of democracy to make and en force laws which are unquestionably Just and which are equal In their ad ministration. Second, by standing for right and justice as toward individual nations." Submits a Program. The President declared that "the dls- play of an Immediate disposition on the part of Congress to remedy any Injustices or evils that may have shown themselves In our own national life will afford the most effectual off set to the forces of choas and tyranny which are playing so disastrous a part in the fortunes of free peoples In more than one part of the world." Wilson did not mention the peace treaty or League of Nations In his message, but" submitted the following program to carry out the alms ha out lined : 1. Immediate passage of the budget bill. 2. Strictest economy In Government appropriations. 3. Immediate revision of tax laws. 4. Adequate provision for disabled soldiers and sailors. 5. A Government loan to Armenia. 8. Granting of Independence to the Philippines. Immortal Lincoln Quotation. The President's speech in substance follows: 'When I addressed myself to per forming the duty laid upon the Presi dent by the Constitution to present to you an annual ' report on the state of the Union I found myself dominated by an immortal sentence of Abraham Lincoln's, 'Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us dare to do our duty as we understand it,' a sentence immortal because it em bodies in a form of utter simplicity and purity the . essential state of the na tion, the faith in which it was con trived and the faith in which it has rown to glory and power. "With that faith and the birth of a nation founded upon it came the hope into the world that a new order would prevail throughout the affair of man kind, an order in which reason and right would take precedence of covet ousness and force, and I believe that I express the wish and purpose of every thoughtful American when I say that this sentence marks for us In the plainest manner the part we should .-lay alike In the arrangements of our domestic affairs and In our exercise of Influence upon the affairs of the world. "By this faith and by this faith alone, can the world be lifted out of Its present confusion and despair. Beginning of the End. "It was this faith which prevailed over the wicked force of Germany. You 11 remember that the beginning of the end of war came when the German people found themselves face to face with the conscience of the world and realized that right wus everywhere arrayed against the wrong that their Government was attempting to perpe trate. "I think, therefore, that it is true to say that this was the faith which won the war. Certainly this is the faith with which our gallant men went Into the field and out upon the seas to make sure of victory. This Is the mlsson upon which democracy came into the wcrld. I think we all realize that the day has come when democracy Is being put upoa its final test. .' "The Old World Is Just' now suffering from a wanton rejection of the prin ciple of democracy and a substitution of the principle of autocracy as as serted in the name but without the authority and sanction of the multi tude. .-.).. .. . Two Ways to Help, "There are two wp.ys In which the United States can assist to accomplish this great object : First, by offering the example within her own borders of the will and power of democracy to .make and enforce laws which are unques tionably just and which are equal In their administration laws which se c.ure Its full right to labor nnd yet at The Reassuring Word. "I have Implicit faith In my hus band," she said. "I've never seen him try to flirt with nnyone." "But." her comforting friend asked, "doesn't he ever go Hiiywhere unless you are with him?" Chicago Herald and Examiner. . Too Numerous. "It's wrong for a man to keep a card Index of his enemies." "It is. Indeed." said Senator Snorts worthy. "And .If he happens to be In politics, It's, Impossible." Would Maintain His Principles, "Look here, my friends," said the soap-box orator, "I am standing here to maintain the great principle of free speech, and If any man Interrupts me, I'll give him one on the nose." Boston Transcript. Corrected. "Well, if it isn't little Peggy Parker." cried an ex-neighbor, meeting the child t the movies. "No. It's Peggy Brovn," the little one corrected. "Mother an me got mar fled." Boston Transcript TO DEMOCRACY the same time safeguard the Integrity of property and particularly of that property, which is devoted to the de velopment of industry and the increase of the necessary wealth of the world. "Second, by standing for right and Justice as toward individual nations. The law of democracy Is for the pro tection of the weak and the influence of every democracy In the world should be for the protection of the weal-, na tion. Forces of Chaos and Tyranny. "The United States cannot refuse this role of champion without putting the stigma of rejection upon the great and devoted menjwho brought Its Gov ernment Into existence and established It in the face of almost universal op position and intrigue, even In the face of wanton force. , "I urge you to consider that the dis play of an Immediate disposition on the part of Congress to remedy any Injustices or evils that may have shown themselves In our own natlonnl life will afford the most effectual off set to the forces of choas and tyranny which are playing so disastrous a part In the fortunes of the free peoples of more than one part of the world. The United States is of necessity the sam ple democracy of the world, and the triumph of democracy depends upon its success. Disastrous Effects of War. "Recovery from the disturbing and sometimes disastrous effects of the late war has been exceedingly slow on the other side of the water and has given promise, I venture to say, of early completion only In our own .fortunate country, but wen with us the recovery halts and Is Impeded at times and there are Immediately serv iceable acts of legislation which it seems to me we ought to attempt to assist that recovery and prove the In destructible recuperative force of a great Government of the people. "One of these Is to prove that a great democracy can keep house as successfully and In as business-like a fashion as any government. It seems to me that the first step towards prov ing this Is to supply ourselves with a systematic method of handling our estimates and expenditures and bring ing them to the point where they will not be an unnecessary strain upon our income or necessitate unreasonable taxation In other words, as workable budget system, and I respectfully sug gest that two elements are essential to such a system, namely, not only that the proposal of appropriations should be In the hands of a single body such as a single Appropriations Com mittee but also that this body should be brought Into such co-operation with the departments of the Government and with the Treasury of the United states as would enable It to act upon a complete conspectus of the needs of the Government and the resources from which it must draw its Income. Reluctant Veto of Budget "I reluctantly vetoed the budget bill passed by the last session of the Con gress, because of a constitutional ob jection. , "The House of Representatives sub sequently modified the bill In order to meet this objection. In the revised form I believe that the bill coupled with action already taken by the Con gress to revise Its rules and procedure, furnishes the foundations for an effec tive national budget system. "I earnestly hope, therefore, that one of the first steps taken by the present, session of Congress will be to pass the budget bill. . . "The nation's finances have shown marked improvement during the past year. The total ordinary receipts df $6,604,000,000 for the fiscal year, 1020, exceeded those for 19i9 by $1,642,000, 000 while the total net ordinary ex penditures decreased from $18,514, 000.000. . - "The gross' public debt, : which reached Its highest point on Aug. 81, 1019. when it was $26,506,009,00 had dropped on Nov. 30, 1920, to $24,175,- 000.000. There has nl w been a marked decrease An holdings of government war securities by the banking institu tions of the country as well as in the amount of bills held by the Federal Reserve Banks secured by government war obligations. ' ' . ' . , . , '- . , Urges Economy. ' , "The cessation of-the Government's borrowing except through short-term certificates of Indebtedness has been a matter of great consequence to the pecple of the country at large, as well an to the holders of Liberty Bonds and Victory Notes, and has had an Impor tant lieartng on the matter of effective credit control. ; The year . has een characterized by the progressive1 with- Mistake or Confession? !.' The nervous bridegroom was cfilied upon'to make a speech at the wedding breakfast. -. . Putting his hand on his bride's shout der, he hesitatingly remarked : "Lmlies and Gentlemen, this thing . hns been thrust upon me." London Tlt-Bita. i . Posted. Mrs. Klubmnnn Going out, dear? You dont know bow lonesome it Is here evenings.- ' Kluhmann Oh, yes I do ; ; that's the reason I'm going out A Paradoxical Reason. "Why are you lashing yourself Into such a state of excitement?" "Because I want to get off the beaten track." Familiar Appeal. "Do you believe you can get women to understand a blauket ballot?" . "Sure, If it Is marks! down." Agnes Jack proposed three times before I accepted him. Hef Friend Tou always were a reckless girl. Agnes. mWArot the Treasury from the do mestic credit market and from a post tlon of dominant Influence In that mar ket. "The fundamental fact which at present dominates the Government's financial situation Is that R500.000,- 000 of its war indebtedness mature within the next two and a hnlf years. Of this amount $2,500,000,000 are float ing debt and $0,000,000,000 Victory notes and war savings certificates. The fiscal program of the Government "must be determined with reference. to these maturities. With rigid economy, vig orous salvage operations and adequate revenues from taxation, a surplus of current receipts over current expendi tures can be realized and should be applied to tne floating debt. Would Cut Expenses. "It cannot overemphasize the neces sity of economy in Government appro priations and expenditures and the avoidance by the Congress of prac tices which take money from the treas ury by indefinite or revolving fund appropriations. The estlmutes for the present year show that Over a billion dollars of expenditures were author ized by the last Congress In addition to tlie amounts shown In the usnal complied statements of appropriations. "This strikingly Illustrates the Im portance of making direct and specific appropriations. The relations between the current receipts and current ex penditures of the Government during the present fiscal year, as well as dur ing the last half of the Inst fiscal year, have been disturbed by the extraordi nary burdens thrown upon the Treas ury by the transportation act. In con nection with the return of the railroads to private control. Over $600,000,000 has already been paid to the railroads under this act $350,000,000 during Hie present fiscal year and It is estimated that further payments aggregating pos sibly $050,000,000 must still be made to the railroads during the current year. It Is obvious that these large payments have already seriously lim ited the Government's progress in re tiring the flontlng debt. Tax Revision Urged. "Closely connected with this, it seems to me, Is the necessity for an Immediate consideration of the revi sion of our tax laws. "Simplification of the Income and profits taxes has become an Immediate necessity. These taxes performed an Indispensable service during the war. The need for their simplification, how ever, is very great, In order to save the taxpnyer Inconvenience nnd expense and In order to make his liability more certain and definite. . "It is my privilege to draw to the attention of Congress for very sym pathetic consideration the problem of providing facilities for the care and treatment of former members of the military and naval forces who are sick or disabled as the result of their par ticipation In the war. The nation's gratitude must be effectively revealed to them by the most ample provision for their medical care nnd treatment, as well as for their vocational training and placement. The time has come when a more complete program can be formulated and more satisfactorily administered for their treatment and training, and I earnestly urge t..at the Congress give the matter its early con sideration. "Cold Storage Law Advised." "Permit me to emphasize once more the need for action upon certain mat ters upon which I dwelt at some length In my message to the second session of the eixty-8ixth Congress: The necessity, for example, of encourag ing the manufacture of dyestuffs and related chemicals; the Importance of doing everything possible to piomote igrlcultural production alrng economic lines, to improve agricultural market ing and to make rural life more attrac tive and healthful ; the need for a law regulating cold storage in such a way as to limit the time during which goods may be kept In storage, prescribing the method of disposing of them if kept beyond the permitted period, and requiring goods released from storage In all cases to bear the date of their receipt. "It would also be most serviceable If it were provided that all goods re leased from cold storage for interstate shipment should have plainly marked upon each package the price or mar ket at which they went into storage, in order that the purchaser might be able to learn what profits stood -between him and the producer or the wholesale dealer. Indeed, it w.ould be very serv iceable to the public if all goods des tined for interstate commerce . were made to carry upon every packing case whose form made it possible s plain statement of the. price a which they left the hand of the producer. -1 re spectfully call your attention, also, to the recommendations of the message referred to with regard to a federal license for all corporations engaged in Interstate, commerce. - : ' Loan to Armenia Favored. "In response to what I believe to be the impulse of sympathy and opin inon throughout the United States. I earnestly suggest that the Congress au thorize the Treasury of the United States to make to the struggling Gov ernment of Armenia such a lon'fls was made to several of the allied Gov ernments during the war; and I would Suoetitutes. ( ,. They've closed up lie mouth of the jug , and the bottlp . 'And sealed the retorts and the still ; They huvent encountered or smoking, hut throttle . - ' The smoke, in its time,: boys, they Willi . And when they have made Lady Nlco ' ;tine sick ; . ., We'll have to go back to our klnnlnk- Inlc! Richmond Times-Dispatch. Here's a question some are asking. Now that wonfan's got the vote: WW the hand that rocks the cradle Rock the boat? "How did you get this way?" asked the lady of the house when the hobo told his tale of woe. "Price readjustment ma'am, he an swered. Chicago Tribune. . "I thought when he stopped the car that he was going to kiss me." Well, girlie?" "But he merely examined the tires." Louisville Courier-JouruaL also suggest that it would be desirable to provide in the legislation Itself that the expenditure of the mony thus loaned should be under the supervision of a commission, or at least a commis sioner, from the United States, in or der that revolutionary tendencies with in Armenia Itself might not be afforded by the loan of a further tempting op portunity. Would Free Filipinos. "Allow me to call your attention to the fact that the people of the Philip pine Islands have succeeded In main taining a stable government since the last action of Congress In tlielr behulf, and have thus fulfilled the condition set by the Congress as precedent to a consideration of granting Independence to the islands. I respectfully submit that this condition precedent having been fulfilled, It Is now our liberty and our duty to keep our promise to the people of those' Islands by granting them the Independence which they so honorably covet. "I have not so much laid before you a series of recommendations, gentle men, as sought to utter 'a confession of faith, of the faith In which I was bred, and which It Is my solemn, purpose to stand by until my last fighting day. I believe this to be (lie faith of America, the faith of the future, and of all the victories which awa' national action In the days to come, whether in Amer ica or elsewhere." MORE THAN 350 NEW BILLS v INTRODUCED IN HOUSE More than 850 new bills and resolu tions were Introduced Into the House on the opening day of the flnnl session of the Sixty-sixth Congress. The new measures dealt with nlmost every con ceivable subject, Including proposals for repeal of war laws, for appropria tions of millions of dollars for a my riad of purposes, pensions nnd many measures for farmers' relief. Only a few were of general Importance. All of them, nnd thousands from preced ing sessions will die unless enacted before Mnrch 4. Among the new House measures was a bill by Representative Osborne, Re publican, California, to exempt all Lib erty and Victory bonds from taxation. Representative Bner, Republican. North Dakota, Introduced a resolution tj provide for an immediate embargo on wheat.. Representative Chrlstopherson, Re publican, South Dakota, offered a reso lution to stabilize prices of all leading furm products. Fluctuation of Prices. Representative Dickinson (Rep.) of Iowa proposed a special committee to Investigate fluctuations In prices of grain, live stock" and cotton. Representative Slnnott (Rep.), Ore gon, proposed an embargo on wool. Representative Ayres (Dem.), Kan sas, proposed a constitutional amend ment authorizing a majority of the Senate to ratify treaties. Representative Langley (Rep.), Kentucky, submitted a resolution re questing Congress to announce to the world that President Wilson In dealing with the Armenian question was not in any way obligating this Government to use Its land, sea or air forces, finances or other resources. Representative Bland (Rep.) of In diana Introduced a resolution to Inves tigate relations between the United Mates, Haiti and the Dominican Re public, with particular reference to conduct of American officers. FIRST LADY OF THE LAND ENTERTAINS THE NEXT Resultant from the opening of the final session of the Sixty-sixth Con gress, for the first time within the memory of the oldest attache of the White House, a first lndy of the land entertained the next first lady of the land. Mrs. Florence KHng Harding, wife of the President-elect, was the guest of. Mrs. Edith Boiling Wilson, wife of the President, at an Informal tea for two at thevexecutlve mansion. Mrs. Wilson met her guest in the front hall and escorted her to tiie Blue Room, where tea was served. ' After Mr 8. Wilson and Mrs. Harding had chatted awhile, they walked about the White House, through the Green and Red rooms and the state dining room, over which Mrs. Harding will be called upon to preside after next March 4. Mrs. Harding did not meet the President, who had retired to his study on the upper floor, to read, nor was she shown over the White House kitchen. MISSOURIAN APPOINTED TO TREASURY OFFICE Ewlng La Porte, a Democrat of St. Louis, Mo., has been appointed by President Wilson as Assistant Secre tary of the 'Treasury, to have Imme diate charge of the Was Risk Insur ance Bureau and the Public Health Service, which agencies are to be co ordinated with a view to better caring for the ex-soldiers und sailors, particu larly of the wounded and helpless. La Porte is a nephew pf the late Richard P. (Silver Dick) Bland, long a Congressman from Missouri, and of the, late Ewlng Mitchell cf Springfield. Mo. His wife was Miss Massey, daughter of Benjamin Massey, clsb.of Spr'.g fleld. . s : And the Horrid Men Laughed. How many Missouri-horn women walked tcto the trap. wVn they regis tered at the polls Tuesday. Into which Mrs. Gelatine Travers fell so sud denly? Mrs. Travers gave her name, and then the registrar asked; "Age?" "Over 21." replied Mrs. Travers cau tious 'y. "Born?" "In Missouri." "How long have you lived In the precinct?" "One year." "In the city?" "Ten years." "In the state?" "Thirty-one years." Kansas City Star. So? - "We're goana get a autermobllr, Uncle Jack." "When?" "Ma says well get It when you die an' leae us all your money." 1 Natural Method. "I understand you got your hand some clock on the Installment plan.' "Why not? Isn't It the most nature thing In the world to buy a clock oi tickJ" . WMI1 Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, ycu are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer" J SAFETY FIRST I Accept only in "unbroken paclAjje" of fenume "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American I Handy tin boxee of 1 tahleU eoat but a few eenttv Largw parages, Aewlria ia tb trad mark Bfe Hutluten ei etooaoeUoaetdeeter at aeJIeyllneH Unprofitable Reading. Reading a book through u.at bores you Is profitless occupation. If there Is anything In It that ought to be re membered, you forget it. Important to Moth or Cxamlne carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it Ttoarei rhn Signature UtATfAki. In Use for Over 80 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Not the Same. "Mrs. Gaddy has no conversation." "Why, she talks Incessantly." "Who said she didn't?" How's This? HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINB Will do what we claim tor it cure Catarrh or Deafneei caused by Catarrh. We do not elalm to cure any other disease. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la a liquid, taken Internally, and acta through the' blood upon the mucous surfaces of the system, thus reducing the inflamma tion and restorlnaunormal conditions. All Druggists. Circulars tree. F, J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohio. On the Job. ' "Doc, I'm sick of coming to you with this bill." "Sick?" I'll gladly prescribe." THE BEST YET. If you have never used Vacher-Balm, you don't know how quickly and pleas antly a sold In the head, or soreness anywhere can be relieved by tills harm less remedy. Ask your druggist, or send for a free sample, to B. W. Vacher, inc., New Or leans, La. Avoid Imitations. Nothing la "just as good." Adv. A Good Memory. "Has he a good memory?" "Til say sa He can even remem ber his wife's birthday." Headache? Nausea? Dizziness? Bilious-- . nesst Constipation? Lazy and good for nothing most of the timef What you ' need is a shaking-upof your "innards" , , and a gingering-up all over. The thing M that'll fix you up is: . i inn n An old doctor's prescription ; in use for C8 years. Enlivens your Liver, purifies and enriches your Blood. Regulates Bowels and is a fine family TONIC. , . Get a bottle from your drug store and .. ' . you'll soon be '. . ,. ne KeEA IWVHU. hyiirn W bllTomjii Sold for 50 year for Malaria and as a General Tonic. Helps build you up. a Wat Sale! Vr Tia Drwaaiet, Writo AKTHUK PgTOt a CO.ts iawriTU. Kj. Its Kind. "I sa w a circus performance la which wonderful tricks were done by a big percheron and a tiny Shetland pony." .; 'That was an exhibition 1 which might be called . one of nv'to and mane," . , Everyone wants to be entertained; and he will pay as much for It as for fnftd. ' EVERYONE in the family can rely on Dr. King's New Dis covery, the standard remedy for the last fifty years, to break up coughs, grippe and stubborn - colds. No harmful drugs. At your druggists, 60c and $1.20. For colds and coughs Dr.Kiiisl New Discovery Sallow Skin Not Pretty Constipation destroys the complexion, making it yellow and ugly. Keep the bowels at work cleaning out the system daily by using Dr. King's Pill Thejr do the work thoroughly and gently. Buy a bottle today, 25 cents. Tpromptf Wont Grip iM&iffsPflla; - onnnrv Ml Sleasant way to reek tip colds Harmless, pare!? Ttgetable !SZ2mmTm eeenr leeet. 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