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THE NEWS SCIMITAR. PAGE ELEVEN I 4 if 11! J ii HLI1T E rs. Buley Had Suffered i Twenty Years Takes Tan i lac and Is Now Well. 'When my friends ask mt what Aised Itiy wonderful improvement I st W 'Ji'ani.' " td Mrs. Burl Bu . of Kt Baxter eourt. Canton, 111, mtiy.- For the past DO years," she contin. d, -I aufferetl from acut Indigestion. ' had terrible, cramping spell and ma j!d form so badly that I could banl - breathe. I waa so weak and run ,;arn that I couldn't attend to mv housework. My head would aeh like would bunt. I waa so nervous that ' It ittla thing would upset me , ml i oonld hardly s'.aep. Nothing I trf did me any good and I (rave up I hope of ever being well again. 5 fc' So many people were being benefit- J . v wwh mj nuvuftuu If me bottle to try and I began to fJITove at once. Boon I could eat . tiyining x waniea without having any 'rouble afterward and now my 20 yeara 4 aiiffeetev mm -- l . i . . . j .i ' .3 - "m i-in in v -i ii ciiu. ' "hose awful headaches are gone, 1 ven't ai;n of indigestion, I siecp ,irm u 1 eI Perleouy weu in druggists sell Tanlae. adv; TORTURED TEXAS j WOMAH WRITES Standing On Her Feet Torture to This LadyHad to Ride Everywhere She Went, "Until Cardui Brought , Relief. v McKlnney. Teiaa. Mm a t oi,,i, if this place, writea: "Sometime aro waa in a critical condition. w i ived two squares from town, yet I rasn t able to walk the two squares. I had to ride everywhere t went mffered at that hut nnt nt. wnen I tried to walk. Standing on my feet waa torture. ; i My greatest suffering waa In my "right side. It waa so sore and I felt tf. llmm.J . . .... t- r I'.'11, uvnu ur jarrea myseti tne I least bit I could not stand It no Just u ...uoviji ujtimj, mis Kepi up Ontll was just about discouraged and tedded I had best try something ele i'-J'omeohe told ihe of Cardui, and y vmwuiea cases similar to ine. I felt at least It would not hurt to giv It a trial. I After my first bottle T felt : there was less pain and soreness In my i aiue. i, After tny third bottle of Cardui. I was well and have been ever since." Cardui may be Just what you need adv. Visit the Elizabeth Ann TrjA-T. i iviLcueii J '1 -:. - 81 Jefferson.' t Open daily from 9 until 5. I Latest and Best Household I , Equipment, Tested and ; Approved Foods. Free Literature. New and Attractive Gifts; .Nothing Over f 1.00. , 1EPISC0PAL CHURCH TO WORK AT HEALTH SPAS GLEMENCEAU FAILS 10 FORCE BALLOT ON PEACETREATY French Premier Calls Pact One of Solidarity Between Allies But Plea for Quick Vote , Gains Nothing. , PARTS, Sept. IS. (By the Associated Press.) Premier Clemenceau delivered his long expected speech In the debate on the ratification of the peace treaty in the chamber of deputies yesterday afternoon. The whole, trend of his argu ment In favor of the treaty waa that the treaty waa one ef solidarity be tween allies, while united In war, must be united In peace. M. Clemenceau admitted that the treaty contained many imperfections, but said it waa the culmination of the work of "the coalition of liberation,'' the first of its sort In the htatnrv of the world, as the treaty waa the dawn of a new era. He recalled the dark day of 1917, and declared to the opponents of the treaty that if a peace proposal had been received then returning Alsace and tannine to France, no frenchman would have dwnanded the insertion of any other clause, but would have ac cepted it. The treaty brought back more than the lost provinces; It placed France on tile highest pinnacle of fame and honor. and in a few years would bring pros perity. Those who had spoken In the debate, the premier pointed out, had. criticised the details of the retv. wht.-li must be considered accented or rejected as a whole, whether the Instrument was helpful or harmful to France. The treaty was "the ensemble of possibili ties" which was worth what the future ruling classes of France would make it oy meir laoor. lbs nremler effort Ml tremenivma. He remained on the tribune for more than two hours. Mnv time he seemed to weaken, his voice becoming so low Kio pe almost mauaiDie Deyond the st row of government benches. But he waved off the advloe from all Quar ters of the chamber of "rest" and doggedly continued to display his In domitable spirit. He passed lightly over the criticism, which has been prominent In the debate, that the French language hi not the official language of the irnaiy, saying: "It is not mv fault If the'Enrlish lan guage Is spoken by nearly two-thirds of uie civmsea worm. The chamber's nnnnrent determine. tlon to prolong the debate as long as pvemuie was noi aeterrea oy tne pre mier's request for a vote on the treaty, for. While M. Clemehreau was sneaklnr. several deputies Inscribed their named on President Deschanel's list as partici pants in the debate, M. Clemenceau warned the chamber that If It refused to ratify the treaty, it would make it an Instrument of death to France, while If the chamber ratified the instrument, France would become Imbued with Its spirit wnich would mean the life and resurrection of the country. The debate bids fair to run well Into next month, unless the government forces a vote or asks the chamber to cancel the privileges of those who have expressed their intention of speaking. inis tne premier sems disinclined to do. MISSISSIPPI STAFF IS NAMED FOR REUNION JACKSON: Miss., Sept. 2. (Spl.) MaJ.-Oen. W. M. Wroten, commander of the Mississippi division, United Con federate Veterans, announces the fol lowing divisional sensorial staff for in annual reunion tp be held at At' lanta from Oct. 7 to 10. inrhnlve- Sponsor Miss Lillian Webb. Jackson, Maids of Honor Miss Anna Belle crart, Mccomb city; Miss Florence Al. len. Glen Allen; Miss Mabelle Cooper, Meridian. Matrons of Honor Mrs. T. Rodney Shields, Church Hill; Mrs. Robert Moreum, urooanaven; , Mrs, Owen urown. rasoo city. , Honorary Chaperons Mrs. H. 1 brough. Greenwood. Honorary Matron of Honor Mrs Nettle Story Miller, Forest, president of United Daughters of the Confed eracy. : .- Chaperon Mrs. J. E. Illbbler, Mc Leod. Indications are that Mlssissinnl will send a large delegation to the Atlanta reunion. General headquarters for the state win oe at tne Piedmont hotel, V. T V"-. Am,, oepv, z. topi.l rhaxgn health resorts, where rich a,M fpoor alike come hopefully pursuing a i! vision of strength and youth, have been disclosed as fields for practical service to Episcopal church workers, who have planned the first venture In helpfulness klong this line at Hot Springs, probab ly the greatest health resort In the .United States. ,.Jhe' resident population of Hot 'Springs Is 1B.000, with a visiting popu lation of fi.OOO. mostly Invalids. Manv of the latter, going to the springs In. search of health, are destitute, having spent most of their slender means merely in getting there, and hoping with despair jt 111 health that there is magic in the very air of the place. Xt Is to care for' these that the dioeHe of Arkansas la seeking to establish a community house and hospital, as one ef the project. in connection with the nation-wide campaign of the Episcopal church for spiritual awakening and broader practical usefulness. The Immediate plans are for a parish house or community house, to serve the beginning of a hospital, which will be developed later, and which would be able to watch and care for manv who would never be influenced by evangeli cal work alone. SNOW SHED BURNS. NEVADA CITY, CaK, Sept, .-Two thousand feet of snow shed on the Southern Pacific company's Un between Gunther and Fulda. Planer county, were destroyed by a fire which waa contlnu ing to burn briskly, the United States forest service reported her. FAMOUS PREACHERS ARE TO LEAD BAPTIST DRIVE JACKSON, Miss., Sept. 26. (Spl.) ur. ueorge w . xrueii, oi Dallas, Tel., recognised on of the country's greatest minister, and Dr. M. K. Dodd, of snrevepon, anotner nitctf preacher, left here last night for Meridian, where they will deliver addresses nt an all- day conference of the Baptists from mat part or tne state, tne meeting be, Ing preliminary to the drive for Min sissippl'a quota of the f7i,000,(h0 cam, psign. The meetlnr here venterdav waa at. tended by several thousand members of the Baptist denomination from all sec tions of Mississippi, and was addressed by Irs. Truett and Dodd, and Dr. J. Benjamin Lawrenco, state director of the '.ampaign and otiwr notables, i banket dinner was served to the visit ors in Smith park. Mississippi's quota oi too ve,uuo,vuu campaign is 3,MU,- Wt'U. CORINTH NEGRO PAVERS QUIT WORK ON STRIKE CORINTH, Miss., Sept. 26. (Spl.) Negroes on the street of the paving contractors have walked out on a de mand for more money. There are no laborers on tne Jon except those whom the contractors brought here with them. Supt. Runyon stated that he knew nothing of any trouble or dissatisfac tion until the time to go to work when the men refused to return. He was told not by any of the strikers, how ever, that they could not ' work any longer for the money they were re ceiving. This he stated was SO cents per hour with II hours' pay for ten hour' work. r i IBROPNAK The Sense of Sight I The Most Valuable of All Senses Through its wonderful agency we gain first hand impressions of utmost importance pertain ing to business, pleasure and moral enlighten ment. "..'' , Only PERFECT vision can afford the nth de gree of accuracy in sight impression. Our expert optometrist can fit you with the proper glasses to improve your vision. Out-of-town patrons will appreciate our prompt ser vice in the replacement of lenses and making of repairs. Geo. T. Brodnax . ' INCORPORATED , j OPTICAL DEPARTMENT 22 South Main Street, Memphis. t H Y L I N E THE HY-LINE SHOULDER HAS BEEN DEVELOPED TO BLEND IN A PRECISE AND EASY MANNER WITH THE LONGER JACKETS RECOMMENDED By FASHION PARK. IT IS A PLIANT, STRAIGHT-UP TREA TMENT WITH A TENDENCY TOWARD BROADNESS, AND IT CONTRIBUTES GREATLY TO COM FOR T PER EE CT BALANCE HAS BEEN SECURED BY ITS USE AND AN APPEARANCE OF HEIGHT, WHICH IS ADMIRABLE, HAS BEEN GAJNEdL READ Y -T O - P U T -O N CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON r 1 ' 5 TA I LOR ED AT FASHION RARC Roches ten New York The Man-, a style book for Autumn is ready tor yotw W.EAREJtEAB.Y ZQ SHOW THE STXLE& ULELQ&UILX QMRZAJjLQRS iT FASHION FAR ft GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING CO. 61 South Main Street Memphis, Tennessee txmtm PARK JMtv W rAKK BOOTLEGGER IS KILLED BY SOLDIER IN ATLANTA ATLANTA, Oa., Sept. . T,oonev Pope, alleged bootlea-cer. was killed in a poolroom here last night by Sergt. C. O. Jones, of the local provost guard, who asserted he shot In si'lf-ilefTiise. bergt. Jones tried to put Pope under arrest, according to the police, after Pop had sold Jones a bcttla of lluuor, and In the fight thai followed Pope smashed a pint bottle of liquor across Ih soldier's head. Popo then struggled to take the sergeant's pistol, the latter said, and the shooting followed. A number of men were present but they had fled before the polico arrived. ScrKt. Jnncs and A party of suldelrs were on a round-up of whisky peddlers. CORINTH BAPTISTS TO HOLD BIBLE INSTITUTE CORINTH, Miss., Sept. 2t. (Spl.) Baptists of this section are prnpurlng for a great mJng in tho .vnduct of a Bible institute li't nt the First Bap tist church all next week. The services will begin Sunday with two sermons by Dr. V. D. Powell, of Richmond, Va . continuing through the entire week with two services daily. An ambit our UH of speakers and Instruc tors ('as been provMed for the occasion, Dr. U. M. InloW and lr. M. D. Jef fries, of Memphis, being among them, RED CROSS WILL AID IN VITAL STATISTICS WORK JACKSON. MM.. Sept 26. (Spl.) Dr. R. V. Hall, director of the bureau f vital statistics of the board of health, anhoutiots th i co-op'ratlon of the Red Croi aenclt In ill dastpp! w.t i his Oepuiimett in the dln'ribuOcn of lit erature in m pec)al campaign now on Iti sn effort to get a complete reglptra ticn of b'.rth slniisticv and thereby fjualTy fr.' admission into the federal registration ana. Mississippi is airuauy In th death registration area. FIRST CORINTH SOLDIER TO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL CORINTH, Miss., Sept. 28. (Hp!.) The first casual to go from this sec tion to tli vocational school for dis abled soldiers, maintained at New Or hmna i James A. Smith. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, of Kendrick, this county, and was among the first to be drafted from the county. He was in the second call, left Corinth Oct. 5. 1917; landed over there Sept. t, 1918, and was sent back to America as a casual in March of this year. The young man was never In action, having developed heart trouble shortly after reaching France and was not al lowed to Join his company, much to his regret. DS EXCESSIVE ACIDITY is at the bottom of most digestive ills. ItKlOI FOR INDIGESTION afford pleasing and prompt relief from the distress of acid dyspepsia. MADE IT SCOn It BOWNE ha Kits or scorrs emulsion POLITICAL SITUATION IN COSTA RICA NORMAL SAN SAIA'AfiOtl, Sept. M. The po litical situation In CoHta ltlra Is be coming normal and public opinion Is united In favor of the election of Julio Acosta as president of the republic, ac cording to dispatuhes from Han Jose. The new government Is considering tli renewal of relations with Central Amer ican republic and It is wild that Fran cIhco Montero Bun-antes will be appoint ed Conta Hloan minister to San Sal vador and tluatemala. TRUCK GROWERS MEET. HUOOKHAVKN. Vim.. Spt. 26 (i?pl.) A meeting of the Truck Growers as sociation of this county has been called for Saturday, Sept. 27, st 11 o'clock a. m. at the courthouse, for the purpose of transacting business of the association, ami make plant for the coming year's production. "BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Tablets of .inpii'ln" t be genutn must b marked with th safe ty "Byr Cross." Always buy an un. broken Bayer DncU.se. which contains proper direction te safelv relieve Head ache. Toothache. Karaoh. Neura'gis, Colds and vain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets oit but a few oetun at drug tor larger packages also Aspirin Is ettt mark of Bayr Manufaotur mf MonnaclloaeldMtr W alloyllcacM TIPPAH SCHOOLS ARE TO OPEN IN NOVEMBER ltlPtiET, Miss, Sept. 5. (Spl.) The school board of this county has st the first Monday nf November as the date for tiie opening of the public schools of Tippah county. The publln schools In this Icounty will run sin months this session instead of about four and one quarter months aa formerly, the voters of the county having some tlm ago voted in favor of an additional three mill tax levy for an extension of the public school term. U. S. PREPARED FOR BIG FIGHT ON FLU PUtt'ETANI), Kent. J). Predicting me reiurn or ins inuueiiza epidemic this winter, physicians and mirgeons at tending the annual national convention of the I'hi Kho Sigma fraternity de clared Unlay the country l prepared to fight It us never Iwfiire. Many of the 2U0 delegate representing ev-ry state In the union ana parts of Canada be lieve the epidemic will be much less severe. DAIRYMEN TO MEET. BltOOKHAVKN, Mlsa.. Hnpt. a (Spl.) The lilncoln County Iwlrymcn's as sociation will meet In the Lincoln coun ty oourthoiiM st 10:110 o'clock Katurduy moiiilrg, Sept. 7, nt which time bud nens er much Importance to .the dairy men of the cnuntiy will b tllHcusej an,l transacted. Tiie ilairv bmilneMU in this section of the state Is growlui; in lm- riortiiiice with two thriving creumeries n operation in t'lis city. TEACHERS' TO MEET. BROOIfllAVEN Mie.. Sept. 2S. (Spl.) All white learners In the Lincoln couritv public choolH hare been alld to iuf"t a the cciurtlioiiK in tl'H coun ty on e'utmdMy, Kept 1", st 1 0 :0 o'clock, b ni for the purpose of setting their remitters, report blanks, Hut of educn bles. etc., in order to he in readiness for Ihe pnlng ef the oounty (Kboeis en londav. Sept. I. Careful, Reliable Dentistry We offer you thu service of qualified, expert dentist at th LOW EST FKE8 conalvtcnt with the BEST WORK. Perfect FIMC (tft ting Teeth M.vw ITMUfl WCnOM No ruUer how hard or fUt your mouth or how many nn gatUfactory lts of lecth you liavo had made, we guarantee to make you aet that win fit. took natural aud that yov can eat with, or U will ront yon nothlni;. fiets of feeth low a 93. Porcelain, gold, aluminum anil fine rnbher pit up to CROWNS AND BRIDOEWOBE $4.00 up Best quality porcelain, life like facing?, backed with solid gold, high - class and material. Guaranteed workmanship Per tooth, $4 Gold Inlay, Porcelain. Cement and Amalgam Fillings at ABOIT HAW ISUAL PRICES. We specialize i extraction of teeth with gas or with local aaet. thetlcs, a deaired or indicated. Dr. H. H. Fairfax, Dentist rnr. Main and Madison X ntrana feom Main ores frem eld ffiees on Madlaon. READ THE NEWS SCIMITAR CLASSIFIED ADS