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THE MACON BEACON, MACON. MISSISSIPPI
UMEL DM TAX BILL 10 EFFECTIVE BIO PROBE OF KU KLUX FAST II ! SENATE COMMITTEE DECIDES TO FRAME ANOTHER BILL TAXA TION MAY BE CHANGED. REPRESENTATIVE TAGUE WILL OFFER RESOLUTION IN COM ING CONGRESS. BE I YEAR SOUTH i i i "Dodson's Liver Tone" Is Taking the Place cf Dangerous, Sickening Drug. Yon're billons, sluggish, constipated mid helle.e you need vile, dangerous calomel to start your liver and clean your bowels. Here's Hudson's guarantee! Ask yon druggist for n bottle of Hudson's Liver Tone iiml take a spoonful tonight If It doesn't start your liver and straight en you right up better than calomel and without griping or making yon sick I want you to no back to the store and (;et your money. Tnke calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak mid sick and nnu heateil. Don't lose H day's work. Take a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Hudson's l.lver Tone tonight and wako up feeling groat. It's perfectly barm less, si i w It t.i your children any time. It can't sallvaie so let thorn eat anything a.'terv. anis. AdU'i'fiseinent. Babies in Bunches. The prediction is made by l'rof. Charles Kirr!m;T, a I'oreUu saMint, that i!uriiic Ihe net six j.-.-id. twii.s, triplets and even inaiin;pieis will be nuiiiiaedi r eCrih i-d. Ho says that I h,' h 1 1 ii a -in. 'e :ll lie a rarity. lie K-e, ail II.,-, ii; jl;o position of oi.im p'a s. a f !U-7 l"!Gt:' J D liELL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief i hits J"U 8 Ji-J Harriott. Rori( v.nataMa. (oUstl tad Ctii.'dreu'i Rpfuialrr, Urwuia oa -very uuVal. I Gnraal.eil uon-Lorcobc. uoa-ikoholic. The ItdioU' ad ChildrtVi ReiuUtOF Children trmw healthy and frm from tuiK;, ii mrriiona, flhluienfy, constipation ami other trwuljle If u-lven it. at tffiUiinff time. Safe. ifU"ar.antalwaySrmfn rw m.'Lriiable and gratifying nwuiti. At AH rriLuiLL.o '"'-du.i M'iMMn a. II lu-r-t IjO.. atV.ij MiclMtfan Arafibo. UliK-Btfu. Ui. W omen ade Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system la order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for lddney, liver, bludder and nrlc cid troubles, th enemies of life and looks. In use ainca 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Look (or (He naraa Gold Mr rial on every box and accept no imitation Money hack without question if HUNT'S GUAftANThhD BKIN WSIiASB RliMKDIKS. (Hunt's Salve and S'.api.lail in the treatment ofltch, Rciema, Ftr-e-worni.Tetterorotheriti-h- , ilia sin ndiaeaara Trv thutreat ment at our risk Sol.1 bv all re!tah drupylita A. Ii. RJharJa Mcjiciue Co., Shetouan. Teaal NO WOMEY DOW? " "A I.IZNI7K. for. elf H I ll Ainl'ia th I.milH T.aTB-il bOLU COLLI BlunUt.g l"t b.ii.jl,l.,lU4awT r'i'. Mao'a RlDira-N. 1. a 50 - M. 1. tt8.SO-ffa. 4. tlS.SO La'a ltincaNo. 2. ate n-Ho s.Oaaiu (tUABANTEE T ,..;..,,...,,;(--;,. TXan - If lb da,S. uor m.,u, Lr if f- . ' r. t" Inu.d tun hu 'I ran U'-Jt I' kiC i ' In t " '10 m it iM, ui 'A nli - i- i -' . Ir lat'-a Cnaer !. 0-lfai M. 0fic llmlttf. oitDPr- Tiaav. 0?9t.9M. THE LIZ1MITFCCIVI COMPANY "Th . Huta t fluent. i.tfe.l." 11". Wl' tt. THIi:- ROPSY, TRFATED ONE WEEK FREE Short hrrathine re lieved in a lev tumrai fiweUinif reduced in a few 4fly: rK"1atefl h liver, kidneys, atftrnurh ami heart; purifiri the blood, atrent'ttiens the entire ayntem. Writ for f 'rtm Trial Trmatmmnt. touuM otcpsr ami to., DepLw.o.,aiuNi. a Allll ANSA.- Kllrtri Mu-rilinx. alio Ii. 1 U.UU0 rurtli iit-i'ilfU Nu CfHnn.lHMJona. VVrllo 1-eileml iiarlll Iturnilll, W iiHhiliirtiili Ml., CIoi-hkii. 111. r,0 l:!C HAVANA CIO A Its FOH ft H-n.l name anil aailrnas. pay Mie imHtiiinn H wh-n claata are illlw-reil Mnny ro luii'li'.l If n-t allnfl nflpr amnhlnif II vr KHAVI'tSl'O KKOA f'll., Iti !3fil, TMI'A. Kl.llHHIA. Ml m&TA " '"1 v EPILEPTICS Wfell'l you fion In li'lirn alnul new r;itlinil Irealmcnt lor Irtuupd In I fi run-' of epllaii.iy, IMHltlvty aO!'Iliiif ;f!'.eir from first il ij' a llua Infnrinnllon flea. "S OK' 'I A 1.1 ST. " Urn. war A !!. l.AMUKlt. WVn.MINii. W. N U., MEMPMIS, NO. 39-1921. VOTE ON SALES TAX NEAR Smoot'a Drive for Inclusion of His Plan Is Being Felt Senator Calder Wants 2.75 Beer Legalized Also-New Tax Bill. Washington The new tax revision Mil now being completed by the sen ate finance committee will be effective for only one year, the committee has decided. Another bill, in which the entire systuu of taxation may he changed, wfll he drafted and reported to con gress a year from now, members of the committee said. The finance committee immediately will vote on the sales tax in connec tion with the biil now being prepared. Senator Snioot will offer a complete substitute for the committee bill hav ing the sales tax as a principal source of revenue and will force a vote on his measure. Senator Smoot, however, does not le lieve the committee will adopt his bill. lie said he will offer it in the senate later ns a substitute for the committee bill. The committee will also vote on the amendment proposed by Senator Cr.i d"r of New York To h ualie the manu facture of L'.TS hr-T. The Calder amendment would recognize the legal ity of 2.7;". be-r by levying a tax cf $5 a barrel on it. Tic tax schedules for the new bill will he completed by the committee In order to give treasury and commit tee pelts time to write the measure for prseniation in the senate. MISSOURI DANKS CL03E. Two Institutions Are in Financial Dif ficulties. Jefferson City. Mo. The People's Exchange Hank at Stui'Kis, in Living B'.on county, and the Kramers' State flank at Winston, Daviess county, were placed in the hands of the rtato bank examiner by the state director of fi nance, J. o. Tughes. The Ptuigis bank was closed upon recommendation of the state bank ex aminer, A. L. Friese. It is capitalized at JlO.ono, and its last statement showed deposits of about $75,000. The Winston bank was (dosed on a resolution passed by its own direc tors. It also is capitalized at $10.0no and had deposits totaling slightly more than $70,000 June 30 last. Injudicious loans. It was said at the state hanking department, had Rotten both institutions into difficulties. AIM AT THE "KU KLUX." Governor Dunne Heads Movement in Illinois. Chicago. An organization to pro mote harmony and good feeling be tween all classes, races and religions In America was announced In the pro cess here with F.dward F. Dunne, for mer governor of Illinois, as its head. The society will be known as the Na tional Unity Council and its organiz ers intend ultimately to spread it to every section of the country, accord ing to Mr. Dunne. One of the prime motives behind tho organization. Its sponsors said, wa? to combat the Ku Klux Klan, and organization of councils will be push ed, particularly where the klan has obtained a foothold. Sets New World Record. New York Babe Ruth broke his own and the world's record for home runs when he slammed the ball out of the lot for his 05th circuit clout of the season in the fifth inning of the f.rst game 'of a douhleheader against ftt. Louis. Thousands of straw hats wer smashed by the fans in their frenzy. Loses Four Suit Cases. Poplar Muff, Mo. Four suit cases containing stocks, bonds and clothing valued at $2,000 were stolen from Mrs. J. P. John-tin of Douglas, Ariz., in the I'nion Station at Little Rock, she toi.t police upon her arrival here. Mrs. flohnson said she was en route to St. Louis to deliver the bonds. Hayti Physician Killed. ;yIoinpliis. Tenn. - Dr. L. J l. lirannon, profl inent iiracticing physician of Uay ti, M.v, near Cai uther.svllle, died at baptist Memorial Hospital here from a bullet wound penetrating both lungs, firod. Hi-cording to the physician, by E. S. Jimmcrson of Hayti while Dr. lirannon was being shaved In a barber chair. Women Preachers More Successful. Chicago. If there were more wom en preachers In the pulpits, there would be more men In the churches, Miss Madeline Southard, president of the International Association 01 Wom en Preachers, told members of that organization at their convention here. MIhs Southard accused men of "fem inizing the church," and asserted that if there were .more women preachers, more men would become interested in church work. SAYS KLAN IS UNAMERICAN "Members of Original Klan Were Not Guilty of Atrocities the New Klan Is Charged With," Says Massa chusetts Solon. Washington. Charging that the Ku Klux Klan is un-American, Representa tive Tague of Massachusetts has an nounced that he will demand a con gressional investigation of the order. Mr. Tague said he is preparing a resolution providing for an investiga tion by a special committee of the house of representatives. He will in troduce it when the house is recon vened for business on Oct. 3. "I have received many complaints about the activities of the Ku Klux Klan," said Tague. "They are trying to organize throughout New England. "The organization is anti-Catholic, anti-Jew ami un-American and should be done away with. It is a scandut. 1 understand the department of jus tire has been Investigating it, and my resolution will request the depart ment to inform congress what it has learned. "If the light of publicity is turned upon the grotesque, fantastic, lu dicrous garb and ceremonies of tiiU intolerant organization which pre sumes to take the law into its own nands and holds sway through the appeal to superstition, it will be found the sponsors have reaped a ri h har vest. - "This organization parades itself as a revival of the original klan. The members of the original klan were not guilly of the atrocities the new or ganization is charged with. n ex posure of the new klan will cause new nation-wide ridicule, under w! ich it will shrivel up and disappear." STRIKE HANGS ON MEETINGS. Union Chiefs Will Get Together Soon and Plan Action. Chicago Decision as to whether the nation will face a general railroad strike may result from two important meetings to bo held here. The repre sentatives of 500,000 railroad shopmen will meet here to determine what ac tion to take in regard to t he wage cut and changes in working, rules, effec tive July 1. ' A countrywide ballot, taken some time ago is said to have resulted over whelmingly in favor of a strike. The result of the vote will be made known t the meeting, over which B. M. Jew--II, president of the railway employes department or the American itera tion of Labor, will preside. . On Sept. 22 the heads of the Broth ahood of Locomotive Engineers, Or der of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen will meet here" to announce the result of a ballot now be'ng taken in these organizations. Unofficial re ports from some of the organizations indicate a large majority ot tne mem bers favor a strike. GOING TO WAR AGAIN. Probably Every Doughboy Sailing for Spain Had Swore "Never Again." New Orleans. La. To the tune of "Hall! Hail! The Gang's All Hare," blended with a babel of various na tional airs, 258 youths, including moia than 150 former American service men who have volunteered here for serv ice in the Spanish foreign legion against the Moors, sailed down the harbor aboard the steamship Cadi for Barcelona. Leading the contingent was Sergt. V. J. Hall of Detroit, an American who served (luring the war with the Canadian forces and wears four dec orations, who goes with the assurance tliat when he reaches Spain he will receive a captain's commission. The men, who are leaving home to fight under a foreign flag, - do not claim to see any glamor of romance in the expedition, but frankly say their Inability to get jobs at home and the assurance of 59 cents and three meals a day are the compelling mo tives behind their action. Robbers Killed By Officers. Fort Worth, Texas. Federal, city and railroad detectives were trailing west of Fort Worth a third man in the attempted robbery of a Texas and Pa cific mail train two miles west of here, in which two armed men were killed by officers. "Hilly" Edwards, Texas and Pacific engineer, and J. L. Morris were killed by officers when they attempted to rob the mail car. PUF.CHASE SITE FOR HOSPITAL. New Orleans. Twelve minutes be fore an option on the property expired a holding company purchased the ground intended as the site for the $2,000,000 Southern Baptist Hospital. The syndicate hopes to raise, within a few days, the remaining sum of the $100,000 purchase price. Formal offer of the property will be made to the Southern Baptist Convention nxt May and It Is believed the action taken as sures the location of the hospital here, lgll fcd 131 VH7IS1 El Shall Old Mm Gloom glare at ft ,i. din,. Jinn. ' ,0 . xX home and conduce to health, happu and unsanitary walls of your home ? css and the pride 0f iyg ? 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"Aw, I reckon likely my fourteen children happen to have took a notion to scratch t heir chiggers nt the same p'tu! -same time," replied Gap John son of, Itumpus Itldge, who was bung ing over his own front fence, hooked on by the elbows. Kansas City Star. By Way of Explanation. "Ah !" sighed the presiding elder, "why do so few parents nowadays sing to their children?" "One reason I don't," replied Oap Johnson of Itumpus Hidge, "Is that the last time I tried it they ganged me till their maw had to lliug hot water on 'em to tnnke 'em turn loose." Kunsus City Star. Tables Made of Paper. Tables, chairs and other articles of furniture are now made from com pressed paper so colored mid polished us to give it the uppearance of the finest woods. Cuticura for Pimply Faces. To remove piittples and blackheads emear them with Cuticura Ointment. Wash off in five minutes with Cuti cura Soap and hot water. Once clear keep your skin clear by using them for dally toilet purposes. 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