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Grainger County news. (Rutledge, Tenn.) 1917-current, December 13, 1922, Image 4

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Fifty Ttvrasaad Dollars For a Strawberry Plant
YOU CA,NT (SO WITHOUT SII0KS'.
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Frank E. Beatty, of Three Rivers, Michigan, has set a record price for Strawberry plants. He paid Harry
Pockhill. of Conrad, la., $30,000 for an everbearing plant which has taken fourteen years, to develop. The
berries grown on this plant are gigantic. Mr. Beatty has named it the Rockhill berry.
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UNCLE J OHM
If it wasn't fer expenses which is certain to accrue, I
wouldn't mind the problems of existence like I do. ... I
allers favored incomes, an' have spoke in their defense, but
you can't produce an argyment in favor of expense!
I gather in my wages, when the same is
PYTJFTsrcpc duly earn t' anJ lay aside a st'Pen(l er the
fcU tlNato gasoline I've burnt, I figger on a surplus to
retain fer saltin' down, but she never lasts a
minnit, when I mosey off to town!
To jugulate expenses is the climax of my will, when I go
a.cra'rist a blowout with a seven dollar bill, but a double-header
hits me whar the chi'eken got the axe, an' she sweeps away my
surplus like a corporation tax!
I never knowed a failure that disbursements didn't
cause; there's a world of forked lighnin' in our economic
laws and 1 11 give the feller
credit fer a wagon-load of
sense, that invents a safety in
come, which is biggy than ex
pense!
than for Congress to fritter way
more years in haggling whil U.e
great enterprise with its multitudin
ous buildings and vast mnchijjury
rots on the ground.
Perhaps if we had a few more H.-n-ry
Ford offers the disgraceful sp
tacle of liquidation of car many w-u
camps mipht have been spared as.
More power to the Farm bloc.
There will be a new story to tell
when some of these gentlemen ad
dress Congress.
H H I
ID Flllffl
"While President Harding is strain
ing every nerve to obtain a subsidy
for shipping, the Farm bloc In Con
gress has definitely decided to back
the Henry Ford proposal to lease and
operate the fertilizing plants at
Muscle Shcals, Ala.
Those back of the Muscle Shoals
movement plainly indicate their ".on
victionthat the quick and chtap
manufacture of fertilizer is of mere
fundemental importance to the
American farmer than the establish
ing of an American merchant ma
rine, much as that is to be desired as
a builder of trade.
The Muscle Shoals bill wiH be
backed in connection with a bill pro
viding for an intermediate form of
credit running from six mon'hs to
three yeas.
There is a marked opposition to
the leasing of Muscle Shoals To t!;e
Michigan millionaire., the objectors
contending that the government stll
it at all, provides certain capital for
the enterprise for a long period oi
time and at 'low interest, and obtains
no guarantees from the purchaser.
It is absurd" to suppose that' Fore1
proposes to invest his mitl.ions in an
enterprise and then let ii stagnpto.
The best guarantee the farmers feel
tbey have, is the fact that Mr. Fjrd
is nearing his sixtieth year and that
his only reward now can come in
honor and in service, and not in the
accumulation of additional wealth':
The development of Muscle Shoals
would mean the rejuvenation of the
entire southern territory.- It would
be of incalcuable benefit to isrmeis
Whatever may be said against it,
purely it seems wiser to get action
Do not overlook the advertisements
in this paper read 'em all.
Feelings
fidmf ttm arm t i4s irsw
YM irregular," writes Mrs. Cora Jfcj
m Robie, of Pikeville, Ky. "1 Bfl
VA 1 must do something for this 0
M condition. 1 suffered mostly yv.
Yfl until :! Wi
vTuii(,iij uavA aim a wcdivucaDiu 11
m
my lirpbs. 1 would have dread
ful headaches. I had hot flashes
and very queer feelings, and oh,
how my head hurt I I read of
The Woman's Tonic
0 and of others, who seemed to
nave ine same troubles l had,
being benefited, so I began to
use it. I found it most bene
ficial. I took several bottles
.... and was made so much
better I didn't have any more
trouble of this kind. It reg
ulated me."
Cardui has been found very
helpful in the correction of many
cases of painful female dis
orders, such as Mrs. Robie
'A mentions above. If you suffer
OS 61IC U1U, UtKC v-aruui a
purely vegetable, medicinal
tonic, in use for more than 40
years. It should help you.
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CHRISTMAS is coming. Can't
you see the twinkle in the eyes
of those kiddies? Can't you hear the
pit-a-pat of their anxious hearts when
they awake in the morning to make a
rush for that stocking? And the joy
when they examine it, the thrill of the
anticipation, the delight of a wish
fu'fillcd, the pure red blood sent
coursing through the veins of the little
manakins that one of these days are
goin' to help run the country. Think
of the privilege of being able to create
happiness of this kind, and to mould
little men and little women into bigger
and broader beings. Christmas is ti.j
most glorious opportunity ot all the
year. Come to think of it, why wait
why not make a little Christmas in
the home every once in a whileDates
don't matter. Most likely the date of
Christmas isn't correct, anyhow.
Tells President of
Klan's Activities
iff, a
ft
This picture of Gov. John Parker
of Louisiana was taken as he left
the White House after telling Pres
ident Harding of the Ku Klux
Klan'a amazing growth in his state
and intentions to control through
political power. '
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Grainger County News
Rut ledge, Tenn.
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