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THE MACON BEACON.
EdIUdH far Trust. "Miss the trusts!" said .Senator I Follette at a luncheon In Washington. "Yes, oh. yes, when the trust go we'll miss thi m we'll miss them like th widow. "A' widow, at her late husband's funeral, happened, during the burial service, to drop her handkerchief Into the open grave. "A young man a-allantlv offered tn leap down and get the handkerchief ror her. "But the widow shook her hoarl. '' " 'No,' she said, 'leave It tier. I have done with tears now.' " Frey'a Vermifuge la a' children's remedy with a record . ot 75 years of success. It's the best known specific for worms which so many children suffer from. Contains no calomel. 25c. at all dealers. Adv. ' Price of Realty In Rome. In the big cities of the Old World ' the highest value seems to belong to , . a property In Rome. Here Is where a value of $460 a square foot .la found, ,' and the land la not used for an In s come-produclng building, but Includes the property of the German embassy to Italy. Business property In Roma does not bring nearly this high price. In the principal centers of offices and shops values do not mount much above $200 a square foot. THE MAYOR SAYS: In His Home No Other Remedy Bo Effective for Colds as Pe runa. r hi 4 ( MAYOR B. 8. IRVIN. , Washington, Georgia, "I herewith reiterate my commen dation ot Peruna. It certainly has benefited our daughter In every ln stance when she suffering from cold. I have frequently used' Peruna In my family and have found it an excellent remedy for colds and also as ; a tonic. I often recommend It to my friends. Peruna seems to be indis pensable in tny family, as no other remedy has. been so effective In cases of cold." EVERY FAMILY .wishing to be protected from cold should have Pe runa in the house constantly. Also a : copy of the latest edition of the "IUs of Life,'' sent free by the Peruna Co Columbus, Ohio. Those who prefer tablets to liquid medicines can now procure Peruna In tablet form Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Lucky Day Almanac tor 1914. Twinges yield Immediately to Sloan's Lin iment, at relieves aciuug kuu awnllrn norti Inatantlv. Reduces I Inflammation andquietsthatagon liing pain. Don't rub It pene trates, Kills Pain Rives quick relief from cheat and throat affections. Have yon tried aioaa sr Here s what others sayi Mv mother hu md an, Mwv VwH1 I b.tt ti i I of Sloan's Liniment, and aJthowrh the I Is 88 roars of in, in hu ob-1 tained great .relief from her rheum. I I una. JI. a. 1 irt.l.a. liUrwy, be. : Cood for Cold ui Croup A little bo next door had Groan. I stave the mother Sloan'e Liniment to I try. She rave him three droM an sugar I Ioeiore foinf 10 sea, ana ne got up wit fl out the eroun In the snorriing." . W. . Area JUi JSWeea inTCU-n III 7CU-f.11 1 ; NemraWa Gone 8 rain's Liniment la Uia h t maifl. cine In the world. It has relieved ma I or neuralgia, moos Dalna nave all man and I caa trnly ear your Liniment did I atop then). "-J. t M. Caviar aJaioa. I Alan D..W IMaa SSa, 80a. A 11.00 SlWi ilnatraetir BaaUat aa Horaaa aaat free. D8. tAIU S. SLOAN. he, BOSTON, KASS. BALL STOKE VICTIMS STOMACH tUFFI EREKS Our Liver-San Book sent run, Cure yourself at home. Write . lUUIODE REMEDY CO. sett 714. 1H 1 Denton SLCMcan Bwt Coosa syrsn. Taatag uaoa. uaa ta lima. Bold hj DragtHata. 1 RESERVE OiSIGT IIS THIS VAS PLEA OP BANKERS HEARD AT 8T. LOUIS. . OPPOSITION AS TO THE TOWN Clarksville Banker Wanted Regional Bank for Louisville of Nashville, While S. S. Faulkner Pre ferred 8t Louis. i St Louis. Plans for a regional bank district, embracing the Lower Mississippi Valley from the northern border of Missouri to the Gulf of Mex ico and extending as far west as West ern Kansas and Western Texas and as far east as Eastern Kentucky and Southern. Indiana, were presented at the federal reserve bank hearing here. It was urged by men who appeared before Secretaries McAdoo and Hous ton that St, Louis be made the center of this district, but on this point th witnesses were not unanimous, some saying- the banks of their towns pre ferred to be in a district of which Kansas City was the center. O. H. Leonard, a Tulsa, Okla., bank er, said bankers of Tulsa were espe cially anxious that Tulsa be not at tached to a district having its center in Texas or Denver. "Suppose a regional bank were estab lished In St Louis and a branch of that bank in Kansas City, would that be satisfactory T" asked Secretary Mc Adoo. , "Yes." answered Mr. Leonard. Sterling Fort, of Clarksville, Tenn., said Clarksville bankers preferred first that their regional bank be located !n Louisville, Ky., or Nashville, and sec ond in St. Louis. He explained that Clarksville was in the center of the tobacco belt, that the tobacco crop usually Is handled in December, Jan uary and February and that it was desirable that Clarksville be embraced in a district all parts of which would not want money at the same time. S. S. Faulkner, a banker of Helena, Ark., asked, that Helena be included In a district having St Louis as its center, aa St. Louis Is the clearing center for -his section of Arkansas. SAYS MURPHY TRIED TO BULLY Threatened to Ruin Him If He Did Not Name Gafrney. . New York. William Sulzer testified under oath that Charles F. Murphy, Tammany leader, threatened to wreck his administration as governor of New York if he did not appoint James E. Gaffney commissioner of highways. He said he had declined to make the ap pointment after United States Senator James A O'Gorman told him that Gaffney was Murphy's "chief bagman" and that Gaffney had attempted to hold up James O. Stewart, a state high way contractor and client of the sen ator's, for $100,000, "and that to ap point him would be a disgrace to the state of New York." Sulzer's testimony was Ills first worn statement of charges he has made against Murphy, and in many .particulars he added to and elaborated them. JAPANESE MAKE NEW MOVE Replies of United States Are Found Not Satisfactory. Washington. An address by Baron Nobuaki Maklno, the Japanese foreign minister, to the parliament of Japan, outlining the status of negotiations over the California alien land legisla tion, and declaring that the Japanese government "had come to see the ne cessity of considering some other ways for solution of the question" because the replies of the United States had not been found satisfactory, was ca bled In full from Tokyo to the Jap anese embassy here. . Blow to Eugenics. Milwaukee, Wis. The Wisconsin eugenic law, which provides for the issuance of marriage licenses only nnon a certificate of a clean bfll of health, was declared unconstitutional by Judge F. C. Eschweller of the cir cuit court.' The case will go to the su preme court. Apples Not Included. Washington. Apples are not Intend ed to come under the ban of the' bill to prohibit interstate snipment of food products .kept in cold storage two months or longer, according to a state ment by Representative IcKellar of Tennessee, who framed the measure. Big Transfer Tax. Albany, N. Y. A check for $2,684,. 000 In payment of the transfer tax on the estate of the late Anthony N. Brady of New York was received by the state comptroller. The tax was figured on an estimated valuation of ,70,000,000. Insanity or Death. Chicago, 111. The Cook coutny Jali physician, confronted with the alter native of allowing a man to die or perform an operation on the brain that will make the patient Insane, de cided that It was his duty to save the man's life If po"116' Submarine Located. Plymouth. The British submarine A-7, which sank In Whitesand Bay Fri day, during maneuvers, was located In' 20 fathoma of water, four mile from shore. I SOU TO GULF DIZZY, HEADACHY, SICKfCASGARETS" Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bowels while . s, you sleep. Get a 10-cent box. v v. Sick 'headache, biliousness, dull ness, coated tongue, foul taste- and foul breath always trace them to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or eour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the In testine's, Instead ot being cast out of the system Is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue It causes con gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick ening headache. Cascarets Immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cases ret to-night will surely straighten yon out by merntng. They, work while yon sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach' sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months, Adv. SIMPLE AND EASIER TO DO Tramp's Methods Not Altogether Un like That Followed by Too ' Many Others. ' Hoboes came up for discussion In a Washington club the other night, and Senator. Nathan P. Bryan of Florida told this anecdote along the Weary Willie line: - Some time ago a hobo meekly tap ped on the back door of ft suburban home and asked for something to eat The good housewife responded that she would feed him on the back step along with Fldo, providing' he was willing to earn the meal by cleaning out the gutter. - The tramp agreed, and when he had eaten his way through several sand wiches to a feeling of happiness, the housewife came out with a reliable looking hoe. ','You needn't have gone to that trou ble, madam," said the hobo, sizing up the farm Implement. "I never use a hoe in cleaning out a gutter." "Never use a hoe!" said the woman with a wondering expression. "What do you use, then, a shovel?" "No, madam," replied the hobo, starting for the back gate, "my meth od is to pray for rain." TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS IF BACK HURTS Says Too Much Meat Forms Urlo Acid Which Clogs the Kidneys and '' Irritates the Bladder.. ' Most folks forget that the kidneys, like the bowels, get sluggish and clog ged and need a flushing occasionally, else we have backache and dull misery In the kidney region, severe head aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder disorders. You simply must keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you feel an ache or pain in the kidney region, get tbout four ounces of Jad Salts from any good drug store here, take a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bined with lithia, and 1b harmless to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity. It also neu tralizes the acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending blad der disorders. Jad Salts is harmless; Inexpensive; makes a delightful effervescent lithla water drink which everybody should take now and then to keep their kid neys clean, thus avoiding serious com plications. A well-known local druggist says be sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be lieve in overcoming kidney trouble while It is only trouble. Adv. Not In Her Line. One day Mr. Smith went to buy a bushel of buckwheat for sowing. The man who .sold the wheat was away, but his wife undertook to make Um sale. She found . a peck measure and they went to the granary.- .. She filled the measure twice, poured the contents into the bag, and began to tie it up. "But Mrs. Lawton," said the man, "it takes four pecks to make a bushel." "Oh, does it?" , replied the woman, untying the bag. "Well, you see, I never had any experience In measur ing grain before I was married. I al ways taught school." Mra.Wlnalow'a Soothing Brrap for Cblldrea teething, aoftens snfl g-uma, redueaa laflimms tloD,allajra paln,euraa vlnd colic J6e a battiest . Peddlers Not Allowed. Maid There's a man called with a bill, ma'am. ,'.. Mistress Tell him we have eome already. The things we do sometimes cause us more regret than the things we don't do. Beoauf tiios Mill KNEW WAY OF THE WORLD Skeptical Jamie Was Not to Be Flat . tared, at Least at That Par- tlcular Moment. "In some respects," said a New York lawyer, "Harry Thaw ia as naive as child. Although his money commands the country's finest legal talent, he al ways Insists that it is he 'who directs his cases. He Is skeptical, too, of all who approach him." The .lawyer laughed. "That," he continued, "is as skepti cal as Jamie. Jamie, a village cel ebrity somewhat lacking in Intellect, sat on the racecourse fence the day of the local races, munching away at a leg of mutton which he had somehow procured and of which he was very proud. " ; "A wealthy, steel magnate, whose country house was near itbe village, rode by In his fifty-horse power rac ing car and, seeing Jamie on the fence, said: " 'Ah, Jamie, are you here already?' "'Oh,' retorted Jamie, with dig nified and Important air, looking slg- j nlflcantly at the mutton Done, on, yes; ye all know a body when he's got anything.'" IF HAIR IS TURNING GRAY, USE SAGE TEA I Dont Look Old! Try Grandmother's Recipe to Darken and Beautify Gray, Faded, Lifeless Hair. Grandmother kept her. hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and abundant with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair tell out or took on that dulL faded or streaked appear ance, this simple mixture- was applied with wonderful effect By asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy," you will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about 60 cents. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and Is splendid for dan druff, dry, itchy ecalp and falling hair. A well-known druggist says every body uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied it's so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; after an other application or two, it is re stored' to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant Adv. Exacted a Promise. Mrs. Henry Preston White was leav ing her home for town the other af ternoon, and as she started down the walk a pitiful wail reached her ears. Turning, she perceived her little five-year-old son leaning far out of the second-story window. "Mother! mother!" he cried. "Please promise me, won't you, mother? Promise me!" . Mrs. White ran back in much alarm into the house and up the stairs. "Darling, tell mother what Is the matter," she pleaded. "Oh, mother, promise me," be sobbed. "Anything, darling, anything." "Promise me that you'll be good, mother, while you're in town," he said, and began to dry his tears. .. ROOFINGS We believe that we carry the largest stocks of roofings in the south, in painted and galvanized steel, rubber and compo sition; all prices, 90a per square, com plete, and up. Try "Paroid." the King of Rubber Roofing. Ten years without brush. Pidgeon-Thomas Iron Company, Iron. Bteel, Railway and Mill Supplies, Memphis, Tennessee. Adv. ' Overdoing Housework. "Housekeepers everywhere recog nize that life is too valuable to spend every hour of the day In the mere keeping of the house. No human be ing can be continuously efficient and work more than eight hours In twenty-tour. There are better ways, more scientific methods, more efficient uten sils." Charles Barnard. ' Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are sold with and without soluble sugar coating. They regulate the bowels, invigorate the liver and, purify the blood. Adv. Beware the Gray Eye. Among the gray eyed there are few who retain any spiritual emotions. People with gray eyes are superficial, frivolous, given to embrace false idols, running down blind alleys, following false prophets, thoughtless, inconsid eraco, wanting in sympathy, neurotic, unstable, not firm and deliberate, but ', rash and impetuous. TJse Roman Eye Balsam for aealdtng aen satlon In eyea and Annaaunatlon of eyea or eyellda. Adv. The Point 1 "Does the young fellow you have roped in with you know anything about this business he Is putting bis money Into?" , "No; if he did he wouldn't put In his money." ' A simple protection against dangerous throat affections are Dean's Mentholated Couiih Drops; 6c at Drug Stores. . - ' Probably Not "Scribble says he writes all his love sonnets to Imaginary women." ' "And I dont suppose there would be any objections ottered If he mailed all his love sonnets to Imaginary editors." ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Us "LA 'A ilroYc 1 V An i asl by a chronic disease common to woman klndf Yon feel dull haadacherT Back. ache, pains hara and thsra dminwis or perhaps hot fUshesT There's nothing von ran aecomnliab oothina- vou can at.lovl Snare's no good reason for it bacsuse you can find pormansut rslief ia ... .. . . DIL PEERCCS ,' Favorite Frescriiiiiu Mrs. Fannie H. Brant, of Bryant, Nelson Co., Vs., writes: "I believe I Iia6) vary pain and ache a woman could have, my back was weak, and I guttered with) nervousness and could not sleep at olxht. Buffered with soreness in my riitht hip, and every month would have g pells and have ta stay In bed. I bane taken eight bottles of your 'Favorite Prescription' and one vial of your 'l'leasant Pellets'. Can now do my work for si in family, and feel like a new Woman. I think it Is the best medicine In the world for woman. I raoommeod it to all my frluuti) and many of tuem have been greatly benefited by it. , i Dr. riEttCE'S FLKASANT PIXIJCTS Bt-Ueve liver Ilia! RENWAROlsRlieumatism Instant relief. Quick cure. Prompt, thorough and luxrmlest action. Expels nric acid Purifies the blood, Corrects constipation. Strengthens digestion Absolutely pure. Entirely harmless. Guxranteed to satisfy or money refundoel SO Cens Bottle. All Good Dntfiete Manufactured hy ' WARNER DRUG COMPANY . NASHVILLE, TENN. For DISTEMPER fare ear and p arHezrtoaed .' Llo (ulannnni frnai Aia hrwtw Poultry. Larjrpetaetllnif IWaetoek remedy. Cure I-a Grlpjta sunoutr human i JtatHwwa, nu i Keenf' Oauaee and Curat, finaclal SPOHN MEDICAL CO., PIT mmpm mm J1P7 Do you raise early or late potatoes? There's a difference between early and lato varieties that should be considered in fertilizing. For the early kind use 1,000 pounds per acre of a fertilizer containing 10 potaM tmmonla. and iS phosphoric add. Under average conditions, 800 pounds of 3-6-8 is the most profitable for late crops. Some growers double these amounts, for they are convinced that Potash Pays. Caution: Be sure your Potash for potatoes on heavy toil is in the form of Sulfate. Write for Potash prices and for Free books with formulas and directions. We sell any amount of Potash from a 200-pound bag up. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc. 43 Broadway. New York McConnlck Block smaiuh. Bank Hew Orleans Whitney Ceuual Bank 2S California Sc Atlanta, His Mother's Cake. Mrs. Beanbrough How do you like my cake, dear? Mr. Beanbrough It is very good, but not as nice as the cake my moth er makes. "Indeed?" "Mother makes marble cake that looks liko the real thing." "Yes, you are right; end that's Just the way it tastes, too." Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not stain the kettle. Adv. Sneeze "Born Full Grown." "You must have patience," said tho Sage. "Nothing is ever born full grown." "How about a sneeze?" asked the Fool. Worms expelled promptly from the hnmnn syBtem with Dr. Peery's Vermifuge "Dead Shot." Ad. Helping Him to Save. "How long is your doctor going to keep you on a diet, until you are strong?" "No, until his bill is paid." ! And for Other Reasons. "Why do you call Gasper an old crab?" "Because he hates to be shut out." Boston Evening Transcript. GILT EDGE the only ladW aha. iamtm (hat poaV Mr eearaias OIL. Black, and poluU. UdW aad cruldrca a boo aad ahoet, shines without rub bins. 25c, "French tiloss," 10c. STAR combination tor draaiag aad ixtiihingall alack at ruaMt or tan aheea, I Oc "Dandy" aiie 25c. "QUICK WHITE" (in liquid term vM, ionise) quickly cleans aad whitens dirty canvas afcoet, lOcandZSc BABY ELITE eomhinatk lor tenllnaea whe take prida in harioe thee anon look A I . Reatona color aad hatr. ta all black akoaa. Polah with a bruah or eloth, 10c "Elita'iu2S. II yoaa daalar deal aot keep the load yea want. Mad MtlieraTteeintfaaiparorafiiU arze package, charge said. WHITTEMORE BROS. CO. kV2t Albany St. Cambridge. Mass. . TktOIJeiimJLrrialManaaclanamf SAee Potalm ta Urn WiU CREOLE" HAIR dressing PRICE, wh II Shoe Polishes Finest Quality Largest Variety ! x V I """ r-.;o j- Pink Eye. plsootas ShlDDlnd Fever & Catarrhal Fev tad porttlT prarantlT. no matter how honea at any Mr Liquid, r Wen on th toofrueH act on the Blovd and tflaudai mifromttaebodr. Cure DU tamper Id Dog andBheapandCholewmism (l Net Itlattanirutr t laaflaarfdaer remedy. Wo and ! a bottlet 6 and io a down, i JhtoS pit, fbow toTOiirdmiorlPt. wLq wlUsjetUIoryoa. Fraa Booklet, "DLatenavsa. e and Curst,' bpecial Aicant wanted. ( AitauUii fVZW. GOSHEN, 1ND D. S. h Treat BUg. Bldg. umpire auf. Why Scratch.? "Hunt'sCure"is fcar antecd to stop and permanently cure that terrible itching. It ia compounded for that . purpose and your mouey will be promptly refundact WITHOUT QUESTION If Hunt's Cure fails to cots, Itch, Ecxema, Tetter, Ring Worm or any other Bkha Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by msdl direct if he hasn't It. Manufactured only hf a a. HiuHAituo nituiuint tu.. Sherman. Itu FOR OLD AND YOUNG Tort's Liver Pills act as kindly on the ckSMt, the delicate female or Infirm old ago, aa uveas tne vigorous man. rive tone and atrength to the weak etesMclsw bowel, kidney and Mud I it ! DR. J. D. KELLOGG'3 AS T Si .51, A Remedy for the prompt relief ot Asthma and Hay Fever. Ask Your druggist for It. Writs lor FREE SAMPLE. NORTHROP & LYMAN CO, Lid, BUFFALO, MX Everyone Should HaveThis ProlscSca Keylm Padlock fires absolute islet r and t,f,,ity. tiuaaaUst aa. MtuM! Sum iaurrar part Salt Lock. Mot! convent ant lock mid. No keys to to.. OpeH) whk. & T JssmI. BproMwasi OUlloofciaBl a;all Mk- Wfjrf Jf UrsM SMtH inc. C't rut. AbMiriyl Hm ay tm f ftttLLU LOCK COMPANY, 4521 TaV M frarttar N GANGER P REE TRKATIBal ne Lieaoa DaVDMonaia .dianapoiia, Ind., httl Dinned booklet vbioh rlTtM InMtrecit.nc facta about th omtwe OinMnuio tell wh t to do far ft! m, sjtsa tv uw mw si uMajr, i mil S A f-K SUMMER RKSOBT WITH KKAIa W tl.l-H, hipplnc of mineral wtrt 35 r. bldf.. completely furnished; alio fullir Improved Jt0 a. etock and dairy farm. lt . cult., all convenlfncea, near Durnnt. Mlptra. Addrew P. R Outlaw, M. D., SldelV. U, Memphis Directory - tAlC-AtrAsnreObm Killer." ww-Ul,btrta known for Urw and beadachea witbont emamU Dr. PwrfgvTlt tmi tr mm f reih and trotm. HoH bj aU-druggUW, vh-Tsm ttrag MiyiBfta u.-t, W. N. MEMPHI8, NO. 4-1914.' 1 si.oo, retail, If IV m"HB PHEY.TIWI5 M W toll ym fctrwi "SUirf . fjl H V7 ba I saarkal privs. fiwfJcf . ka; 'f Writs rorriliraaiMasi yO ltaBflg dKh a Wtwhlj pries; list. eiA 7 OT oja, to,,.. J