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THE SNEEDVILLE NEWS ALWAYS TIRED 110 AMBITION Nervons and Dizzy, Every thing Seemed to Worry Me, How I Got Wen LarwiU. Indian. "Mr back wis so bad I could not do my washing. I wasal. iways tired out and had no ambition, waa nervous and dizzy and everything soeme d to worry me and I had awful paina in my right side. I felt badly about four years and could not do my work aa it should have been done. I aaw Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Command ad vertised SO imjch and it did so many peo- ?le good that I began to take it myself, am feeling fine now and everyone tells roe they never aaw me looking so welL I live on s farm, do all my work, and have three little girls to take ears of. I am recommending this medietas to my friends and know it will help them if they use it like I do." Mrs. HcaantT Lono, R. R. 8, Box 7, Lsxwill, Indians. Many women keep about their work wnen it u a great effort. Tney are al ways tired out and have no ambition. When you are in this condition givs it prompt siienuon. Take Lydla E. Ptnkham's Vegetable uompouna, roe it ta especially adapted to correct such troubles, as It did tot airs. ix)ng. Hair Thin ? S&Jil Ska MU til Mp kalr falUa .,( sua k!4 aata MMI. Try It! Al all aaoS infill Tla, t emu mm auuc-iiua. Oi.i. ..u, i, HIM MOMCV SKI.IJNH HONIKRV Whola or (par lima; nil (or uur plaa: ( yaara In bualnna. KALI. L. IIHTANT CO.. Klrat Ava., al llat Bl., Nw Torh CUT. His Inference. Tote Rmlthcr and Uube Gunshun of the Mount I'lggy region of the Oxarks were guests of a hotel In the IUg Ilurg lately. Home time after they had retired for the night they were rudfly awakened by the fire chief rnr raging past with Its siren screech ing In an unknown tongue. "What the blue heck waa thatf" cried Mr. Gunshun. I ri'know iMTttlrfiy." replied Mr. Fma thorn, "but I reckon some feller has stayed nut ton late and his wife .s bunting him." Knnsns City Star. ITi7TI77m7T7TTTTTT7iTr Return of the Native. Returning Native Son (to Incut char acter) You certainly have changed a lot. Uncle Anderson. Local Character (sourly) Name alnt Anderson I - Native Ron What the deuce la your name changed, toot Knsper (Stockholm). Cutlcura for 8ors Hands. Koak hands on retiring In the hot awls f Cutlcura Rnap, dry snd rub in Cu tlcura Ointment Itemovs surplus Ointment with tissue paper. This Is only one of the things Cutlcura will do If Soap, Ointment and Talcum are used for all toilet purposes. Advertisement A Hard Let. "Madam," an Id the sauve agent, I aiave here a book thiit will Ml you how to live twenty-four hours a day." "1 haven't any use for It." auld the herd faced matron. "With a no-ac-count husband and all children to sup lort by running a boarding house, I'm already living twenty four hours a day. What I need Is a season puss to a movie house and a chance to use It" Thicker After They've Dined. "I suppose the mosquitoes are thick ut where you HveT" "No, long and slim." All That Stretch Without Any Rubber Tnl Wsurwwd witfe thartjlu( Swiais Jars, Carters, mA Hm Saaawtm asssf aM assaf rs'S kw I feewsJ am mm I at'" mm ,mm mm esiMSaJf' ss V 'I ssa Ne-V.r Slmk Lmlm U. Ba.B Q I sa SwaJ M I' I, fW II VI cfgRrcttes Ma HO5 They art GOOD! STATE HAPPEHINB5 I0LD III BRIEF THE HAPPENINGS OF e WEEK IN TENNESSEE PREPARED FOR OUR BUSY READERS. BE DENIED RAILROAD CARS Chairman Netaon of the Tennessee Coal Commlaaion Will Investigate Reports Overcharges. Nashville. Keports of profiteering on coal by mine operators and brokers at several points In the state will be investigated, and if they are found true and the practice persists viola tors will be reported to the Interstate Commerce Commission, according to Wilbur A. Nell m, chairman of the Tennessee coal oummission. Long distance phone calls and let ters informed Mr. Nelson Friday that st certain mlnss In the state cod was being sold st $6 a ton, or $2.25 in ex cess of the Hoover fair price. It was also charged that brokers in one Ten nessee town were offering coal at mere than 8 a ton. Mr. Nelson did not mak? public the names of the alleged violators, but said that the next Instance of the kind to come to bis attention would be re vealed through the press and reported to tu.9 Interstate Commerce Commis sion, with the request that railroads be prevented from supplying cars to the guilty companies. Lexington District Conference, Selmer. Presiding Elder It. L. Nor man announces the following dates for conferences on the fourth round In the Lexington district: Camden circuit, I'oHt Oak, Aug. 12- 13; Shiloh circuit, Stantoiivlllc, Aug. 26 27; Adamsville circuit. Crump, Aug. 27-2X; llcech Illuff circuit, Mount rieaaitnt, S"t. 2 3; Hollow Hock ilr- suit, Homier Sept. 9 19; Huntingdon station, Sept. lull; Wildersville cir cuit, Ihivis Chapel, Sept. 12; Eva cir cuit, Chestnut Hill, Kept. 1617; Cam den station, Sept. 17-18; Holiday cir cuit .Sept. 23-24; Iecaturvllle circuit, Sept. 3M)ct. I; parsons station, Oct. 1-2; Hath Spiimis circuit. Oct. 7-8; Saltlllo and Sardls Oct. 7-8; Scott's Hill circuit, Oct. 10; Selmer circuit, New Hops, Oct lit; BHmer station. Oct 22-3; Uethcl t'prlns circuit, Oct. 23-24. Young Lady Suicides. Dresden. Miss Stella Killehrew, the daughter of John KUIvtirew of I'al- iiiTsvtllo. 12 miles north of here, bunged herself to an apple tree near the bouse of her father. The otliT members of the family had gone to church In the neighborhood and ukjii tu4r 1 el urn they fuoud the lifeless Lody banclng to the tie . Poultry Meet Closes. Knoxvillo The forty seventh annual convention of the American imultry association closed with several Impor tant tnattera relating to the change In standards undecided. Ilelated propo- aals for the admission of various breeds were refined to tbe directo rate for action. Gibson Hotel Burns. Gibson. Meals hotel, which hss been run for many years by Mrs. 3. L Meals, is favorably known and appr elated by the traveling public and they will regret to hear of Its destruction by fire recently, with a loss that mill run Into thousands. R. R. Shops Burn. Jackson. Mre of unknown origin conipl Kely wiped out the Birmingham A Northwestern railroad ahope at this plsce. at an approximate damage of 40.IHM). All machinery, tool and stork acre completely UcHtroteJ. Four Escape Jail. Chattann aa. Four prisoners, ail sjUI In be deserate men. and Includ ing I.mher Itorln. on hied of killing Sheriff J. I.. Smith, of Uradley county, a f- months agtk escaped) from the Milton coumy Jail an dare still at Two Die As Train Hits Auto. Knollle. Iepvty Sheriff .V. J. WlllianiMin. 42. enj lioliert Goxam. 3. were kllld when an auto In which they were riding was struck by a train at a crossing south of the city. Eleven Obion Schools Open. l'e.la City - I Jet en rural schools of Otis county opened f r the 123 session daring the past wrk. Louis Clkine Wine. lrrJrn.- I um K r.lkins of Mn count v m cut for membership n Ite state democratic commltt over John M lust. of ler accotdin lo cenipMe ntuin mm the Nir.th dls tii t. Leai Association Hss 4 Members. 1 l CM v. -The Into City St lr. a-a.ir:atHn. orranifrd t.y the IJ ons club f this place with a viw lo atimuUt:nc home builJtng and niklnc bowe un-rs. has pp-cr-d for buslocs with tt m tnlx-rs. RAIL STRIKE PUT UP TO CONGRESS PRESIDENT HARDING REACHES LIMIT OF AUTHORITY IN NEGOTIATIONS Message To Congress Will Explain Situation In Detail Safety Laws Supported By White House Hopes or Future Conferences Revived. Washington. Congrena and the country will be Informed by President Hurtling of every fact in the railroad strike situation as he views It, and also Administration advisers said will receive an expression of bis de termination to give the full aid and protection of the Federal Government to maintenance of railway operations. There Is no room for further presl dentin! efforts to bring about cAn promise settlements of the shopmen's strike, a high official at the Wblte House said, by negotiating between managements and unions, although the President does not wish to hinder attempts of officials of railroad unions not on strike to mediate for their asso ciates. Meanwhile there emerged from the almost continuous sessions here of the transportation labor organization heads an Invitation to the Association of I tall way Executives to reopen ne gotiations for a cniimroinlxe settle ment of the shonmen's strike, die Ave train service brotherhoods of en gineers, conductors, trainmen, firemen and switchmen, ucting for the strlk ing crafts. Warren S. Stone, chief of Engineers, expressed the belief that the execu tives would confer again, meeting the brotheriiood spokesmen ' by Thursday, and press dispatches later confirmed ins conclusion. President Harding also moved - to support the Interstate Commerce Com mission in enfitrelnir anfutu !.. which soon will require withdrawals of locomotives from service on im portant carriers. With the matter Placed before him by C. C. M hord, Chairman of the commission, President Hardin renlled that he knew of "nothing to be done except to Insist upon enforcement of the law,' ami said he trusted that Inspection forces would exert them selves to the utmost to be able to pass upon safe equipment." MORSE PLEA "NOT GUU.fr When Arraigned On Conspiracy Charr't 10 uerraud The Government v ; During The War ' Washington. Ernest C. Morse, form'- er Director of Sules of the Wur De- piirtment nnd now President of the Foreign Sales Supply Company, of New York, pleaded not guilty In the District of Columbia Supreme Court to two Indictments chanting- him with 'uivlng conspired to defrund the Gov- eminent )n onniM-tlnn with the sale of I he Old Hickory Powder Plant at Jack sonville, Tenn., and with the d!sosi- llor. of surplus lumber from canton ments. Over the protest of CSovern- ineut counxel the ilcicmlant will have until September "JO to file a motion to Muasli the indWlm.'iits. He furnished f.'i.txsi IkiII on oath of the two charges. Attorney Mayer, who accompanied Morse to WashlnKton, later made the following statement: "Mr. Morse upM-ared In the United States Court and pleaded 'not guilty' to the Indictments against him. At the time of the investigation by the Graham Committee, Mr. Morse spear cd voluntarily, waived all Immunity and under oath answered till questions of the members of the committee." To Seias Six Vessels Washington. Institution of llhel proceeding against six vessels pur chased In 11W by the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Steamship Company, one of the early purchasers of Govern ment tonnage, was announced by A. 1. Ijisker, Chairman of the Shipping floarri. The proceedings resulted from failure to make payments on the out- standoff purchase price. Mr. lJUkcr said. Four of the vcels already have been seised in American ports and the two others will lo libeled as son as they reach rt. Miss Mary Tumulty Hurt Washincton. Miss alary Tumulty, eldest (laughter of Jmeph I. Tumulty, former secretary for President Wilson, and Miss Mary Cahill. of Ijike tlty. Minn, were ln.lure, when in an aulo luoliile accident at ( Heratneri:au. Pri vate caMc n-ceived in Ushhlnton brought Uo details. Flying Boat Damaged New York.- ne of the xnton of the fl tnu InijiI Sainpaio rreia was d.itilULeil when sl lroH-i int.i the lluln I5ier fnu:i Hot kaw sy. but her pilot. I n iii, -ii mt W'hIht ll ni..n, an Pounced that the injury woiilil no In terfere with the plana to aip iff for llru.-.l imtiHiliately. Widow Held For Murder ljikehtirt, N. J. Nerua ttcr Intfa sIhiik ftirti. lure m t ) liotii wher her h'lli.m I Un l-y a bullet, an. I her frfH:ienj tr. a he lel . the srret ,.f Mra. W.l lum It l.in. n l i; Imt.. ir ,;lir here. cImt.,-! nh j'e immter of i; teren. 4" .ir .. r j,..m !,e waa iiurriti) '.'I jc.ir lr hjil a tiioti,t'y ,.) j. u:, , , ..rv, at l-UH,urt :l.d eni..j,, a ,ar;.,. tri b tei-n I ..lehurj an I t:,f B4al air StutioD A fi-M milea 3k. ED Tf oo Every time you buy and use cheap and big can baking powder that does not give satisfaction you have increased the cost of your bakings many times? Tho Economy EB&EWQn PODIjVIWEIR Uo ttfoc focctt ttCnott conn be odcSg You may get more quantity for your money but quality means pure, sweet and al ways success fill bakings. The World's Greatest Baiting Poivder CLIENT "SPILLED THE BEANS" Altogether Too Truthful In Answering Question Put to Him by His Own Attorney. "Were I (thing advice to a younj Iswyer," said an attorney the other dsy, "1 would advise him to be careful about pluclnff his client on the stand. It Is at least us well to know what lie Is likely to answer to bis attorney's leading questions. Some time uco," continued the lawyer, "a case wus tried In which the plaintiffs attorney cer tainly Vpllled the benns,' though ac tually It was s cargo of bread, mils snd cake that was upset. A baker's wagon bad been bit by a train In spile of the 'Stop, lxik. Listen' sign, snd the driver sued. On the stand he was asked how he conducted him self when he came to the crossing. snd he replied: '1 Just trotted gently across, looking the other way nnd thinking about nothing In particular.' The attorney threw up the case oil the spot, but It was really a lack of foresight on bis part," continued the narrator. Nw Dodge. Willis IHdn't your wife bawl you out last night when she woke up when you came home? Glllls No; I fooled her. I stood In the hall an hour, delivered a lecture on Civic Righteousness, told a bed time story, and sung three grand oers selections, and she thought she hsd forgotten to turn off the radio. Judge. With bees, the canning season lasts from May to Octoler and the cans never explode. rt 'mm a"""."? i it cAie worn yTi Ja-"HsUl PV " CZ3T DT TEOT . ACCOUNTING FOR BLACK GARB Simple Reason Why Qirls In Railroad Refreshment Room All Were Robed in Somber Colors. The train was lute, even later than Is usual on this particular line, nnd as they crawled through one station a weary traveler was beard to ex I claim: "What a vlllulnous station this Is They try to Irritate one on purpose. Look nt those girls In the refreshment room! Why do they dress them all In black r "Pon't you know," said tbe fellow passenger In a most solemn tone of voice, and with a look of awe on bis face. "No," replied the curious and fretful traveler. "Why," said the other, "because they are In mourning for the luts trains," Testing Mother's Sympathy. "Mother," said ilttle George, "don't you feel sorry for that poor little dogT He looks hungry." "Yes," said bis mother, "get him a plate of fiwid." After George had fed him be said: "Mother, do yon feel sorrx enough to let him stay all night T" He Ought to Be Mobbed. An old bachelor ssys. there Is but one thing sweeter than love's young dream, and that Is to w ake up and find yourself single. Boston Transcript. An active mind prtbnbly geta Its fullest occupation In politics. There are no Idle moments. HQT-tTBS SOW T TEALTH authorities JL X cren should let coffee and tea alone, that their nerves may be kept free from the caffeine drug disturbance, and grow up in natural health. Isn't this suggestion good for you, too? There's charm for all and harm for none In Postum, that satisfying, wholesome cereal beverage which contains nothing to disturb nerves or digestion. Make Postum for "There's a Reason' Millions of housewives buy and use Calu met . because they know that it is the best leavener at the lowest price. 'Twas Ever Thus. Aa a party of tourists motored through the eastern part of Oreencas tle recently, a small cur, loaded with Ave youngsters, slipped up behind, the Indianapolis News reports. As ths smaller cur was forging ahead one of the boys lit a glunt cannon cracker and tossed It behind the big car. It went off with a loud report. Thers was a screeching of brakes ss the big car came to a halt, and the1 tourists piled out to bunt for the blowouts. The youngsters passed merrily on. Contemporary Corrected. From Fashionable Ircss"Vhet the gay I'.anl of Avon fondly Inquired 'What Is so rare as a day In Junef be was probably thinking of ths smiles and tears and tenderness of the wedding day." Not at all, brother, not at all I He whs probably thinking: "That's s mighty good line. Wish I'd thought of It befors !owell did." Huston Trsa script. Evidently Nothing Doing, nuddy Is five years old and has a beautiful collie. Tbe other day hs was coins down the street with ths dog and a man stopped him. saying: I'll give you for that dog, son ny." "Gee. gosh." snld nobby, "I wouldn't sell bis full for thst." Ths Profligate. "So there you go. sendlng your last dollar." "Tep; the poor little thing Is so darned lonesome!" Better bare a good paylsg Job thaa s low-salaried position. d? a a agree that chil- tho test today. Health W. H. U, CINCINNATI, NO.