THE SNEEDVILLE NEWS
How Miserable This Woman Was
Until She Took Lydia L Pink
Lam's Vegetable Compound
Toomsboro, Ga. "I suffered terribly
with backache and headache all the time.
I was so weak and ner
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what to do, and could
I not do my work. My
trouble was deficient
and irregular peri
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table Compound had
done for others and
decided to give it a
trial. 1 got good
I results from its una
so that I am now able to do my work.
1 recommend your Vegetable Compound
to my friend who have troubles similar
to mine and you may use these facta
as a testimonial." Mrs. C.F. IULUP3,
Weak, nervous women make unhappy
homes, their condition irritates both
husband and children. It has been
aid that nine-tenths of the nervous
Crostration, nervous despondency, "the
lues," irritability and backache arise
from some displacement or derange
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1 -Secret ury IIiikIk'h nddreMHlnjf ui'iiiuuieiit inleiviice ut lis opening KhHU.ii. .'npitol lUuiuuuiifd ly the
"Mclit of Hie States" for the conference. 3 Illuinlnuted Jeweled prlul erected for the conference, showing
U'asliiiiKtoii monument In center. '
NEWS REVIEW OF
Conference May Agree on Naval
Armament Reduction Plan
Within a Few Weeks.
HUGHES' PROGRAM APPROVED
Suggested Minor Modiflcat'ons Are
Being Discussed China Pleads for
Recognition as Independent Na
tionLeague Council Gets Af
ter the Ssrbs Progress on
Tax Revision Dill.
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
IT APPKAKS Hint the prophets In
ViikIiIiiIoii were all wronjj. The
(treat conference seeiiiliiKly U koIiijj to
reitch nnd sic" an nKreeinent on lliiilte-
tl f iiiiviiI iirniuineiit without wnltliiK
to settle the prbleiim of the Pacific
and the Fur Hunt. ThU tendency Is
a result of Secretary lluulics' down
rlitht mtloii In lavliig before the con
ference In Its first session the Amer
lean proNmiil an to tin vies. Hrlrlly..
Hint proMMiil Is Hint the United
States, (ireat Hrltaln and Japnn ane
to NiiNpend nnvnl construction for ten
years, mid during the sticeeedlng ten
years build only for replacement; that
all ut uplchil cnpltnl ships end
ninny other speelned cnpltnl ships lie
scrapped nt once; that the UKUrvKiite
cnpltnl hlp toiimiue be llinlteil tu otNl,
0HI emli for I'.nttlnud ami Aiiiericn,
ami .'UNt.tMNt for Japnn ; Hint Hie sen
power of the tlirce niiMous he timln
tiilned on this hiil. There are other
features of the program, but every
one Is fntnlllnr with It by -this time.
The conference, the world, were
Nt Urst iiNtoiinded by tills unexpected
laying of Hie Ameilcait citnU on the
table, and (lien the l nil wits greeted
with loud and uiiIvcimuI hccIiiIiii. The
detcKilte of the other nations could
not. If they would, refuse to Indorse
It, and at the second oen session
Ureal IIiIIhIii. Japnn. Italy nnl
Prance, formally accepted It "in prin
ciple," with minor modlllcutloii.
These, as set forth then and later,
were as follows:
lly tireut Hrltaln IJmlt slxc ami
loiiiinK rf submarines; 4rttitt cimi
strttctloii of me capital ship a year
during ten year erlod to retain ship
yard facilities; sruilt retention of
more lltlit crulTs and guulHats to
IMillce the IiIkIi seas; reduction In
mimtHT of naval ship btilbllng yar.ls.
lly Japan -Iinren f Japan's na
val trcnj:lh to 7i H-r cent of llrltlsh
and Ainerlciin ; tssjitott of construc
tion of naval bases and new fortlflcn
Hons In the Pncltle.
Hy prance Allowance of cl:ht cap
ital shlis te faafegtiard French col
onies. Ity Italy AHw snce of sU capital
stilus to protect Italian Interest.
A istmtiill if which t"ol. This.
dM-f :Msevelt Is rlialrmait. set to
work at Hn-e to study Hie plan and
proiMtoed miMllm-atlons, and by Hm' eml
of lli wr-k It was predicted nil aeree
metit would ie reai'hel wlllilit two or
three was'ks. AttKHig tm American
es-rts tls-re waa conld'Talle opH
vlt ..n to l lie ItrliNh sucwe-stDms,
atol the Pinrllslniwn lropid Hit ld-a
of ie t'liltlc-Mp a ear.
, .tnt:iu's prHaltlon that there le
more nnvnl Imses or firtlflcatlons cott-triii-l
In llif PailUc was reeted.
and N-rt.sps proves a hit aw! tard
fiH" the l ulled Slatea. It means the
at'apd-Hiinctit of work nn. plans In
Hif Plillippines. iMilitt llsrtNr and
r".icn wlilch l-ave lio-n considered
! t iiei-cssary for Hie f-ty if our
MiM-slofis in tin laclflc If not for
the: of o.ir Pacific coast. Hut If Mr.
llnrVV peneral program Is aii-pttt
l. tl older wers It would s-etn
tti lnliel States innnxt well Us-llne
to SctTpt till plan of JspHti. In the
Mji strapping t'rrisl Atm-rtcs hea
li-n ril uns-lfih ami -rhsp she
ran afford u be as gnerM.is In ther
llfMKX He time came tn pot for-
ward plans for s-tt IrtiM-nt of
the rotilems if the Par V--l none
as the greet powers eeenned reed
with a program. Hut China, whose
flatus Is Hie crux t Hie sltuiltlou,
set before the committee on far
ciisteru iilTnlr the demuuds f the
Asliitlc republic. Ir. Alfred Sze,
head of the Chinese delegation, was
the spokesman mid be held a pre
liminary conference with American
oltlcluls and In his detnunds followed
their advice In all except one point
the creation of a permuiient court of
arbitration In the Fur Kant. Chins
nsks respect for her territorial integri
ty, restitution of seized provinces and
regions, iitiiimloiiment of special rights,
monopolies, privileges uud extraterri
torial rlk'his, and wPhdruwut of foreign
troops from her soil and permission
to direct her own domestic affairs
mid govern her own Internul and
foreign tollics. She does not dents nd
that all foreign monopolies and
privileges In China be abandoned at
once, but that she he given a chance
to put herself on a level with other
powers and that as time goes on and
conditions warrant the economic and
political fetters on her be loosmed.
The Itrltlsh delegation approved the
Chinese deimimls In general, especially
the open door policy and the ulinndon
ineiit of "spheres of Influence." The
Japanese, It whs understood, accepted
Hie Chinese program In, principle biw
would Insist thut withdrawal or In
terest In China should liulinli aM
foreign power. The Chinese dele
uaies say they make their tlenfcnthetf
In behalf of all China, Including the
southern part where Sun Yat Sen
holds somewhat precarious sway,
and that Manchuria. Inner und outer
Mongolia. Tibet mid Turkestan are In
cluded In "the Chinese republic."
It Is believed one result of the dis
cussion of China's program may be
the friendly abandonment of the Anglo
Japanese alliance, ami the Itrltlsh
would be glad to see this source of
t rouble replaced by some form of agree
tis'iit by the great power.
IIANCK. as bus often been pointed
tint. Is eslH'clally Interested In the
mailer of reduction and limitation of
laud armament, and Premier llrland
tisik the lend In this, though he had
nu concrete plan inr any working
agreement with the I'lilteil States dele
gation. In his scech lie discussed
Hie military situation In Furope,
particularly as It effects France, set
forth the number of men under arms
In the various F.uropcun countries and
made plain the menace of the Itcd
forces, esHs'lally In Uussln. Nor did
he neglect to call attention to France's
htII from Herman)' which, he noted,
Is a tuition of tr,(Mi,iO while Prance
iiuiiiIhts but .ITi.isni.isni. It Is plain
that the French will not consent to
plans for radical military armament
reduction until the Ittisshin mid Teu
tonic threats are removed.
OYFIt In F.urope the league of Na
tions feels that Its authority is he
lug lloutcd by Jugoslavia, audit has
determined to show that It can atop
a war. Therefore it advanced the
date of Its Parts tin-ctliig mid took up
the matter of Hie invasion of Albania
by the Serbians. The hitler had iN-en
ardered to get out of Albania and to
observe the bnulularii-s of thut state
as established by the allied ambassa
dors, hut In effect, at least, they dis
regarded ImHi demand. Tliey did,
however, disown the troop In Al
bania, claiming they are irregulars
over wlilali their government ha no
control. Meanwhile Hise Irregulars"
i.re Ktvid to te Hirvntt-tilng Tirana, the
Albiiiil.'ii capital, and the situation
Is ab-Kit Hie same as at Vllmi where
Hie long ue scored a failure.
KAUI. and Zita.ex rulers of Austria
Hungi.rv. Imve Ih-cii lamlevl on
their Island of exile, Mitbira. Porto
gal consented to i a?v for ihem tha-ri-but
Hie fxps'tiM-s. rts kisieil at about
fsnimi n vear. will be nll hy the
ststCK whbli fniiertv made tip their
emp're If tl e phm of the council of
allied amlsaior I carried tmt.
IKKS1IP.NT llanbt.g last Momlsy
sgtiel without any oremonv the
pnslamatloo of c:iv Ihmwisii the
I'nltrtl States an Ueriii.iii.v and There
Is much ! bale ii .i whom I."- will
srlcvt f-r a:iiba;ilor t" IVrlin. ITrst
rhot anient: lie giii'Ta I I'oo-gTi-ssiitnn
.':inn H, Houghton of
Coming. N. V. 1 1 v a lsrn In X!.tsi
ehnetts fiflv right rnr ago. gr.olu .t
ed from llarvanl and tl.e universities
of Hoftlngeti. Ilerlln and Paris, and
KjM'itks Cerimin and French.
. Next January (ieriiiany Is due to pay
a reparations Installment of $1J0.IM,
000, ami In February a quarterly pay
uifiit of about ?(H,tsNi,(SKi on exports.
Her financial experts tire wondering
where It Is to come from uud the
allied reparations commission in ses
sion In Iterlin Is working over the
problem. The commission believes the
Germans can rulse Hie moiiev for those
two puyuieiiis and urge them to do so
aa a show of good will. There was
reason to believe that If ahey did, the
French delegates would consent to
grant concessions for the rest of the
year. The commission rejected a plan
of Hie lmb'strlat leuders of Cermuny
to pawn the country's Industries as
a guaranty for the reparations pay
ments; Instead It suggest! that the
Industrial interests make tcu'rltlces for
their country Instead of trying to prof
It from Its misery.
That C.eriiiany Is miserable In some
respects Is uuide evident 0y the riots
In Ilcrlln caused hy t lie Increasing
cost of foodstuffs. Many shops were
looted. High prices, of course, are
cuused by the decline of Hie mark.
; T .TLSTKlt still stunds fli nly. or stub-
bornly, us you choose to look at
It,' in he way of settlement of the
lilsh trouble. Crulg and his cuhlnet.
.'alter (itmlylng the Kiifcllsh plan, re-
Mected it as unfair to their part of the
island ami offered sotim kind or a
substitute. This the Itrltlsh cabinet
In turn rejected, and an exchange of
notes between Lloyd Ueorge and Craig
left the status unchanged. The Ulster
lies reiterated their determination uot
to submit to anything considered a
violation of Ulster's rights. The
Itritish premier's stand was strength
ened by the action of the Unionist
party in convention In Liverpool. The
Irlsili negotiations are dragging out
so that Lloyd Ceorge may have to
abandon his contemplated trip to Wash.
Ingtoii to take part lu the nrinumeut
TIIM congressional conference com
mittee on Hie lax revision hill has
boon Ironing out the difference be
tween the house ami scnute measures
with considerable rapidity, both sides
making concessions. One of the Im
portant actions wus the elimination
of the house hill provisions for the
exemption of foreign trader and
foreign trade corporations, (in Thurs
day the conferee sucndcd their
meetings to allow Hie house to vote on
the question of surtax rates. The
senate had fixed the maximum rale
at Tsl s-r cent and the house at .12
per cent. The Insurgent" Republi
cans of the house were determined to
carry through the senate plan so the
loaders turned to a compromise. Just
In-fore the house met President Har
ding took a hand In the affair by In
forming the house conferees that a
maximum surtax rule of 40 -r cent
would le agreeable to the administra
tis. Tfle house, however, by a Vote of
201 to 173. Intru-ted Its conferees
to accept the .V s-r cent rate.
In America was not wlth-
serioiis labor troubles
few wik are. The garment workers
of New York went on strike In pro
test sgninst the restoration of the
piece work system. Their leaders
said most of the t'sl.issi worker quit,
tint the einpbe.er asserted that 00
per cent of the worker hud rvfused
to go out.
In Chicago Hre wa a short but
lively strike of the tiam'era accom
panied by some violence. The men
refusal to accept a wage cut of
m week ordensl by an arbiter and ac
vpted by the union official. After
Ix'iug otit two du.vs they returned to
work with tie umlerstnmling that
they t-boolil have a rvhearing In fore
Alexander M. Hiwaf. for twi-nty
years a leader or lis- Kansas miners
and now their president, wa exIled
from the United Mine Workers of
America for Id r-tusjil to ols-y the
order of the li.tematlonal officers to
rod the strike In that state. AImhiI 4.IKSI
Kansas miners also were nuriiiled
from reiiilxrblp. How at ami his
crowd have fought uncompromisingly
ntalust the Kanas Industrial court.
Tlie Colorailo Fuel and Iron cimpaay's
miners in (Vilorado struck and slate
troops were called out.
Gude's Pepto-Mangan, the Blood
Builder, Arouses Dull
Many a man and many a woman
feels all out of sorts from thin, weak
ened blood. The least little thing gone
wrong throws them Into a wild form of
despondency. Instead of bracing tip
and meeting ordinary difficulties, they
are downed. Nerves are on edge. Ap
petite lags. Sleep Is restless. They
are weak and tired and dull. Poor
blood works Its havoc till the will loses
Its power. Few people who full Into
habits of worry and despondency real
ize that most of their troubles are due
to lack of endurance to bhsnl that has
become weakened by overwork or
Healthy men and women with rich,
red blood see things brightly. They
tackle life with r.est and go along smil
ingly, full of engerness and endurance.
Gude's Pepto-Mangan taken stead
ily restores thp blood to Its natural
richness. It octunlly mnkes red cor
puscles, the tiny particles In blood
which make It red. Druggists havo
Glide's Pepto-Mangnn In liquid anl
tablet form. Advertisement.
A Person of mil lit hates to he any
body's Idol. It Involves too much pok
Have You a Cough?
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ommend Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
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colds and as a tonic and builder ia
run-down conditions. Golden Med
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value to ma and to my family for
years and it ia a pleasure to rec
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When run-down yon can quickly
pick up and regain vim. vigor, vital
ity by obtaining this Medical Dis
covery of Dr. Pierce's at your near
est drug: store in tablets or liquid,
or send 1 Oe to Dr. Pierce's Invalids
Hotel in BuffaloN. Y-, for trial
pkg., or write for advice.
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SMALL GIRL GOT HER WISH
Little Ons Took a Good Deal for
Granted, but as It Turned Out,
6h Was Justified.
My new young man took me to call
on his sinter, who tfas married. I
wanted to make a rimm! impression, so
dressed In my best dress aud was on
my best behavior.
Two brothers dropped In, and I over
heard them say they "wanted to Rive
Fred's Rlrl the om-e over."
A four-year-old niece administered
the finishing touch when she asked. In
voice Hint could be heard In the
kitchen, "When you and Uncle Fred
get married, may I be your flower
The brother grinned, brother-in-law
In the kitchen howled, while I turnea
a most unbecoming red.
The youngster thought she'd waited
long enough for an answer, so she
said, "May IT
I managed to say yes. and two years
later we were, and she was. Cbb-ayo
The Smoker's Way.
"Did you ever swear off smoking"
"Oh, yes; off aud on." lloston
One may have his own wey If he
doesn't make his way too amply Inclusive.
EASY THING TO PLACE HIM
Colored Man Might Have Thought Ho
Waa a Lion Tamer, but Com
rades Knew Otherwise.
Three negro soldiers In France were
engaged In the great American pas
time of slinging It.
"Will Johnson, wat
back In le States?"
"Ah runs do biggest
"Sam Jeffuson, wat yo" do In da
"Ise de champeen crapshootah of
"Yo' nlggiis mighty po class, suah
nu IT." said Ho Jackson. "All's a lion
tamnh fo de circus. Ah tukes dem
fresh, fierce lions an' twists 'em by tall
until they turns round an' tries to snap
me. IHmi I grubs dar tongues and pulls
Vr out. so dat when they tries to bits
me, dey bites dur ow n tongue, and dat
away Ah tames a lion lu 'bout fob
"Go 'way, P.o. yo' ain't no Hon tsmah
yo' Is a ly In' ulggah." The Home
Teacher Johnny, what Is steam?
Johnny Water crazy with the heat,
American legion Weekly.
About the only work some office
holders do Is work for re-election.
The Key to Success Is Work
There Is no Substitute for It!
In order to do your best work, you must be
healthy. You must aleep soundly at night, your
nerves must be strong, steady and under perfect
If you are accustomed to drinking tea or
coffee with your meals or between meals, you
may be loading yourself with a very great handi
cap. Your nervous system may be stimulated
beyond what is natural for you.
For tea and coffee contain thein and caffeine.
These are drugs as any doctor can tell you.
They are known to irritate the nervous system
by their action and to cause restlessness and
insomnia, which prevent the proper recuperation
of the vital forces.
If you want to be at your best, capable of
doing the very best work that lies in you, why
not stop drinking tea and coffee? Drink Postum,
the rich, satisfying beverage made from scienti
fically roasted cereals.
Poertum contains absolutely no dregs of
any kind, but in flavor tastes much like rich
coffee. It helps nerve and brain structure by
letting you get sound restful sleep.
Postwm comas ia two forme Instant Postaa (in tins)
asad, instantly In the rnp try the aIditton of botUnf water.
Poaaaoa Oraal (in rack- of Urrar fcwla. for those who
prefer so saake the drink while the eased is bain prepared)
anede by boilinf for 20 minataa,
Ask your grocer for Postum. Sold everywhere.
Postum for Health
There's a Reason"
W. at. U, CINCINNATI, NO. 44-1 21
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