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THE MACON BEACON. MACON, MISSISSIPPI.
GGCDBY, V. ti it iJ Lady Suffered Terribly for Eight Weeks But Her Case Showed Wonderful Improvement After Taking Cardui. Johnson City. Term. Mrs. M. R. Si'i'tt. living near this town, states: "About three years ago I was down In bed . . . terrible and so weak I couldn't bear the sight of food. This condition continued for about eight weeks ... I thought I was go ing to die. and knew I must get some thing to do me some good. I had tie:ird all my life of Cardui and the good results obtained from Its use. So I decided to try It. After about a half bottle of Cardui my appetite improved, then I was less nervous. I kept it up until I had taken rive bottles and such an Im provement! I gained flesh and now am the picture of health, due, I be lieve, solely to the use of Cardui. I am the mother of ten children and feel well and strong." Cardui is a mild, medicinal tonle for women. It has stood the most severe of all tests the test of time, having been In ue for over forty It Is composed of purely Teg- etanle ingredients, which have been j found to help build up the vitality, ; tone up the nerves, and strengthen , the womanly constitution. j Trv Cardui. Adv. WOMEN'S TROUBLES Th t'M,,,ir,-3 air,? di-it'oni.-i-M of ttras, lame 'd achinit l.-k, --!lett fi't't niul liiiit. veiikiios.s, tli7.;"i!i''.-w, Mnisi-a. .'1 n.le have their origin in K'rhu'y troui'le, hoc "tVuulie complaints." Tht-se s'i!,'ral s'ltptoms of k'.'ln,')' Mid r-iadder disease uie well kuowu so is the ren:'dy. Nest time you feel a twinge of pain iu the hack or are troubled with head ache, indigestion, insomnia, irritation in the bladder or pain in the loins anil lower abdomen, vou will find quick and sure relief in GOI.O MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. This old and tried rem edy for kidney trouble and allied de rangements has Stood the test for hun dreds of years. It does the work. Tains and troubles vanish and new Ufa and health will come as you continue their use. When completely restored to your usual vigor, continue taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap sules are imported from the laborato ries at Haarlem, Holland. Do not ac cept a substitute. la sealed boxes, three sites. Adv. Right. Impatient Diner Who's waiting le re '. Tardy Walter Why, you Is, boss. Huston Transcript. LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES One size smaller and shops lant lonjef after using Allen's Foot - Kuse. the anti septic powder for the feet. Shaken Into the shoes and sprinkled in the foot-bath, Allen's KootKase makes ttRht or nw shoes fel easy; gives instant relief to corns and bunions, prevents Blisters, CaJ. lous and Sore Spots. Sold every where. Ad. The prodlgnl son went wrong, but came back nil right. Hubby Knew Wifey. -The ucstrcss says site will be ready In live n!im:to." "Ail riubt ; I'm l-oiii; to lie down for a !.;!o. Cull lie in an hour and a half." THE REASON Why Vach-r-HuIin stops all kinds of pain and soreness so quickly is that it stops inH.inmiation. therefore nothing gives qui Iter relief for Mumps. Head ache. Hums, etc. It also quickly re lieves Catarrh, and being harmless may be used internally. If you cannot buy It locally write for Free Sample and agent's prices, lliware of imitations. E. W. Vacher, Inc., New Orleans, La. Adv. to keep liapfiy. Your Joy mid you shall form on invisible host iigniiiM dillioul! iov 1 leleii Keller. and What ! "Spring lerer" Tt la Finney iow vital. 'y. a lu"k of Knrgy caj'-i i'V impuritiei In th bloc GR'jVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIO r-ainrea Vitality Knarry by Purlfylrijj and hnrlrrunft me lund. You ran aoun f-ci ita 8trength.nlnif, avltitine KIT ct. I'rice tiUc. ,Vi.-r;io yeans; Mim ftmlft frVfts- to uvt a wile n;:m Ttif runmun ''hen you have (W-Lied to ei rtd of ma or lappworm, ue-e Jjfad shot, Dr. "ry 1 Vermifuge. One will exptl them. AdT. The wmM- 1( siuMit mini are , NERVOUS PROSTRATION May be Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound This Letter Prove It West Philadelphia, Pa." During the thirty years I have been married, I nave and hod several at tacks of nervous prostration until it seemed as if the organs in my whole body were worn out I was finally persuaded to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and it made a well woman of me. I can now do nil rrnr housework and advise all ailing women to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Sound and I will guarantee they wsll erive great benefit from It" Mrs. 1 Frakk Fitzgerald, 25 N. 41st Street, ! West Philadelphia, Pa. There are thousandsof women every where in Mrs. Fitzgerald's condition, ! suffering from nervousness, backache, j headaches, and other symptoms of a functional derangement It was a j grateful sptrit for health restored which 1 led her to write this letter so that other women may benefit from her experience i and find health as she has done. , For suggestions in regard to your con I dition write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine ' Co., Lvnn, Mass. The result of their 40 years experience is at your service. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, WO. 21-1919. lj!jijj(Jji!iJ!jJjl ij jjlvVs' !j Constipated Children Gladly Take 'California Syrup of Figs" For the Liver and Bowels Tell your druggist you want genuine "California Syrup of Figs." Full directions and dose for babies and children of all ages who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue coated, or full of cold, arp plainly printed on the bottle. Lock for the name "California" and accept no other "Fig Syrup." Where a Feller Needs a Friend. I. upland I. ad Ain't, it almost dinner time, ma? .Mother iIiKid (rrnei'ius, child! It's only two w.vks slurp uv had brefik-fast.-- Huston Transcript. Roman Ey Bnisam la an antliptlr oint ment, applii-d -x'-eri;i!ly and not a ' wuh. ' It ha,i the Inflamed surface!, providing proinot relief ,dv. All ei renins! si neos lire suspiclnns to 0111,' persons. k Rholesome, Clf losing, I Ol 1 1 Bttresblof ind Heallif VMM Letl.a Murine for Red ness, Soreness, Granula tion.Itchingand Burning J of the Eyes or Eyelids; "J Drops" Alter the Movies. Motoring or Goll will win your confirlfnce. Ask Your Druggist for Murine when your Eves Need Care. M-13 Murine Ey Utmedy to., Cblcaco USE ANTISEPTIC UL-EN-OL as MOUTH WASH DENTIFRICE It Cltimiho Tsath. Disinfects thi Mouth mil Kieps tin Gums Firm and Healthy I AND 1 A RT ALL i- 6y Hary Grahsm Bonner MR. MOON'S ADMIRERS. "Yon do look so lnunNoine these nli-'hts." snld one of the slurs. "T hank j-on." said Mr. Moon, crinniiiK. "I don't know that I would cull myself a handsome fellow, but 1 would call myself a Jolly old fellow." "We would call you handsome," snld another star. "In fact we do call you hand some," said a third si nr. "You look so beautiful In that full dress suit oX yours," said a fourth 8 1 a r. ft 1 . "Thank You," Said Mr, Moon. ill 8I0IIS AWES'HiOD ill PEACE CONFERENCE HECEIVES NOTE FROM NORTH RUS SIA ON PROPOSALS. MAY AID THE BOLSHEVIKI "Seems to me It Is more becoming to you than any of your other suits." "Ha, ha, ha," said Mr. Moon, "I am glad you like It. I wear It every month you knw. I have only a few suits, but I keep tn wearing them year after year, and as I have heard no com plaints I suppose I will always wear them." "Yeii'U aever hr aiy coniplalots from s," said the stars tegether. "You se," said Mr. Moon, "1 haT wardrobe back of the clocd.s." "Whnt?" exclaimed the slurs. "A wardrobe," said Mr. Moon. "Tell us what that Is," said the stars. "We never heard of it before. Is it alive? Is It a creature? Is It a cloud? What Is it?" "Well, that is a great joke," said Mr. Moon. "You don't know what a ward robe Is? Well, I'll have to tell you. And now that I come to think about It, It Is really not in the least surprising that you do not know about n ward robe. 'You nlwnys wear the same little coslumos. They're so lovely that no one would ever want to see any chanjret. "Tht'T'ro quite perfect the costumes of the stars and I do believe that if ever the stars came out (tressed In something else, long trailing skirts and feathered hats for example, It woiild make folks most unhappy, most." "To think of us wearing trailing skirts and feathered hats," laughed the stars. "From what you have snld, though," one little star added, "I think tlat a wardrobe has something to do ;with clothes. Perhaps a wardrobe makes the robes. Eli?" "That's a good guess," sal If Mr, Wn, "but It Isn't the rlgHf oiW" "Tell us, then,".suld the stars. "My wardrobe, or any one's ward robe, Is where clothes are kept. I have n wardrobe back nf the clouds, high tip in the sky. It's a beautiful gray wardrobe, very handsome. "People have wardrobes made of wood, but that Is all right for people. The cloud workmen and the sky work men have no wood to gather. There are no trees in the sky so they can pull down trees and make furniture. "My wardrobe Is made of clouds, ns the wardrobe of the moon should be made. , "And In my wardrobe hanging up on tiny clouds, instead of nails like peo ple use, are my different suits. "There is my suit I wear when I am a half moon, and there Is my suit I wenr when I am a crescent moon, there is my suit I wear when I am a three-quarter sized moon. All my suits are there. "And I have a few Colored suits when I wish to look gay red and orange suits. Thosr ure my suits for the fancy dress balls which we give in the sky." "Ah. Mr. Moon," snld one of the stars, "we are so glad to hear about your wardrobe, and each time we see you we like the suit you have on at the time best." "That is so," said alt the stars. "Well, to tell the truth." said one of the stars, "we come out with you so many, many nights, Just to admire you. e re your admirers. We are with you In the sky, admiring you and thinking you're the finest old moon that ever lived." "Well," said Mr. Moon chuck ling, "It wouldn't be hard to he the finest ninon, be cause I'm the only moon, so no other could get ahead of me." "Now Mr. Moon, you know we did n't mean it that way, for we are your real admirers, we are!" And Mr. Moon smiled and said, "I know It, my true, loyal little Star friends 1" Fear I Expressed That Reds Will Override Entire Country If Al lowed To Participate In Food Distribution. Paris The feeding of the Russian copulation is no solution of the Rus sian questtou, It is declared In a mem orandum sent to the peace conference tiy Prince Lvoff, Sergius Sazonoff and resident Tschaikowsky of the North Russian government concerning the proposal to feed soviet Russia through ! neutral countries on condition that the Bolsheviki cease hostilities. The memorandum says: "The allies wish to aflaist the Rus sian people and to reduce the starva tion brought by the Dolshevlk re Rime. This can not fall to awake rifn foltnr nt TrfttlturiflL It Is not Inierely a deed of humanity, but also a maalfestatlon of tha solidarity of peoples. "Nevertheless the signers of thla declaration consider that tlve realiza tloa of this generous thought will have a contrary result unless ef ficient measures are taken to prevent the Bolsheviki authorities from In terfering with th revlctuallng of Russia. To bring failure to this deed of humanity would be of use only to protectors of the Bolshevik regime and would help to prolong their dom ination. "The task which the Russian nx tional movement must fulfill Is to liberate Russia from the yoke of those who have reduced her to her present state of Impotence and to the necae sity of relying upon foreign countries for her food. The feeding of the famished population is no solution of the Russian question. Consequently the struggle to liberate Russia from her oppressors and to give Russia a government of her own choosing can not be stopped for any reason what ever. The signers of this declaration wish to state that Russia will pay for the food provided for her but they hope that the allies will refuse to give the Bolshevik usurpers the right to dispose of Russia's patri mony." HUN YELPS PLEASE BRITONS British Papers Call Chancellor's Tl rade "Oer Tag" With Re verse English. London. The howling, whining tl rade by Phillip Scheidemann, German chancellor, has merely intoxicated England with glee. This dramatic cul mination of German vitriolic diplom ncr was just what England has been waiting for. It is an "Der Tag" with reverse English. London press opinion respectfully directs world attention to tho fact that throughout Herr Scheidemann's shriek he never once said the treaty would not be signed. He called the terms unacceptable, outrageous, mur derous, throttling, strangling, enslav ing, excommunicating and everything dreadful, but the papers here join in n headline chant. "Yet they will sign," with the accent on "will." iDRflPSY TREATMENT. Ql quick r.u.t 1 wiwi I n. rmowi iwKlhnff fend tl-ort I hrMtlt Nevar h'trd f Itfl eqriAl tor drofj Irrj lb Trltl lr-tniDt Mut PRII. by lull. . whuvi DR. THOMAS C. CftCtN k S4dt, M JO. CHATtWOKTH, li'i-CKNT HO urtto H:tr Mmrpetier Kiva -ton ylvt whiivoa with any r.tzur. J- W. MrNfl, Itox Itiit, OftklanU Sta , IMttsburBh. -tl.ntlo a. LhimI; Ktork rar.rh; wor'tabl tiottl; niir oil vv.-il! (InlMnfct; : pur a Will a-ll ain le S'-ctlonj. llu'u Sedbertj, KiUon, N, M- m h If the Stan Wor Feathered Hats. What Grandpa Thought Jack Orandpa, we've been nrjulns whether the clock stands or sits on the mantel. Ornndpu It's half past 8 by the clock and It Is only a quarter to 8, therefore. I should say it lies on the mantel." CUT OUT FLYING STUNTS. Paris Officials Issue Edict Against Showing Off. Paris. Pilots of airplanes are for bidden by an official order to fly over towns or crowds of people except at such a height which permits them to plane down to a landing field In case their motors stop. Acrobatic feats over towns are prohibited entirely. Military pilots are warned against fly ing over Paris except under orders, on pain of dismissal from the service. Governor's Wife Gets Divorce. San Diego, C'al Mrs. Mabel Judson Harrison was granted a final decree of divorce in superior court here from Francis Burton Harrison, governor general of the Philippines. Guard Takes Old Status. Washington. Approval of the reor ganization of the national guard along the same lines as existed before the great war was expressed informally by Secretary Baker. Bandits Loot Bank. Chicago. Five men known to tha police as "dude" bandits took $(11,500 from the First National Bank of Dol ton, Hi., and escaped. Lands Important Position. Washington Raymond B. Fosdlck. a New York lawyer, who was chair man of the commission on training camp activities during the war, will be one of the permanent American offi cials tn the league of nations when the league is organized. Fojr Killed in Quake. Las Palinas, Canary Islands. Four persons wre killed In the earthquake which shook the islands of Fuertaven tvra'' several days ego. The bulk of Ihe population of the island has fled. m ai To those of us who wish to promote Southern prosperity: Every time you use GOLD DUST, you put money into Southern pockets. GOLD DUST is made solely from that great product of the South Cotton Seed Oil. GOLD DUST hafever been made from anything else but Cotton Seed Oil. For thirty-nine years GOLD DUST has drawn outside money to the South by distributing its products to the four quarters of the Globe. The excellence of GOLD DUST for the following purposes is well known: Cleaning paint ed and unpainted woodwork. Washing dishes. Dissolving grease from utensils of all kinds. Washing clothes. Softening hard water. GOLD DUST, together with FAIRY SOAP, COTTOLENE and many other household specialties, is made by The N. K. Fairbank Co., a subsidiary ti THE AL1ERICAn COTTON OIL Cleaning baK rooms. For all scrubbing. Cleaning glass of all kinds. Purifying ice-boxes, drain pipes, etc. Cleaning mops, brooms, brushes, etc. MILLS OF THCjAMERlCAN COTTON OIL COMPANY Auguiti . . .Ga. Greenville . S C. Montgomery, Ala. Memphii. . . Tenn. Ft Smith, Ark. Hendirion . N.C. Atlanta . . . Ga. Clarltjdale . Mijj. Trenton . . . Tenn. Pine Bluff . Ark. Saleigh. . . N.C. Macon. . . . Ga. Jackson . . Miss. Gretna La. Bunkie ... .La, Wilmington, N.C. Hunrsville .Ala. Meridian. . Miss. N. Little Rock, Arlc. Monroe . . .1. Columbia . . S.C. Mobile . . .Ala. Jackson . .Tenn. England Ark. Shreveport .La. The founders of The American Cotton Oil Company origi nated Cotton Seed Oil. The Company took Cotton Seed, for merly a waste product, and made Cotton Seed Oil, Cake and Meal, Hulls and Linters. This opened up for the South a new source of wealth, which today brings annually to the South, over five hundred millions of dollars. THE EU? WM... jit?" , iiy&rjtJt ;v. i j vwgJa, In all cases ot Distemper, Pinkeye, Influ enza, Colds, etc.- - of all horses, brood mares, colts, stallions. Is to "SPOHN THEM" On their tongue or In the feed put Bpohn's Liquid Compound. Give the remedy to all of them. It acts 011 the blood and Rlands. It routs the disease by expelling the disease germs. It wards off the trouble no matter how they are "exposed," Absolutely free from any thing Injurious. A child can safely take It. Sold by druggists, harness dealers, or sent express paid by the manu facturers. Special Agent Wanted, SPOHN MEDICAL CO., GOSHEN, HO.t U. S.A. Not In Installments. "Is he rlcli?" "Very. He paid his Income tnx In full." Enough Said. "He certninly is a duck of a man." "Then I needn't Inquire if he Is in the swim." IDMFIR 111 ill MB A small bottle of Danderine costs but a few cents it any store. It stops falling hair, itching scalp and ends danaruff, besides it doubles the beauty of your hair, mak. ing it appear twice as heavy, thick and abundant Try it I