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THE MACON BEACON. MACON, MISSISSIPPI
SUFFEREO SEVEf LONG TEARS i! Finally Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Ccrripounc. Ravenswood, W. Va. " For so von Ion g fears I suffered from a female trouble -inu lnuammauon so i uuiai i was not able f jj to do my housework. !jl consulted several r Sdoctors but none j seemed to fjive me i reuei. i read in a s paper about I.ydia 4n L. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound so I decided to try it, i x ind before the first 'A found great relief so I continued usme it until I had taken eight bottles. Now I am very well and can do my own housework. I can pladiy recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's medicine to suffering women." Mrs. Hehtha Lierinq, K. F. D., Kavenswood.W. Va. The ordinary day of most housewives la a ceaseless treadmill of washing, cooking, cleaning, mending, sweeping, dusting and caring for little ones. How much harder the tasks when some de rangement of the system causes head aches, backaches, bearing-down pains and nervousness. Every such woman ghould profit by Mrs. Liering's experi ence. Kemember this, for over forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been restoring health. BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomus despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take The National Remedy of Holland for ovtr 200 years; it is an enemy of all pains re eulting from kidney, liver and uric acid troubles. All drugrpsts, three sizes. Look for the name Gold Mf did on every bos and accept no imitation tiiiiil red tmi bwinni BUI . pwrir.it MM Mi W. H. HILL COMPANY, rCTROIT There Was No Reply. Kobert l'crry, age si.s, is the of I'aul l'crry, of Oreenduirg, 1 all boys of school age, lie is of son .ike an Inquisitive turn of mind, and ft'equi lv usks ituesiions of his father vl nt- lich bring only a grunl in reply. At dinner ti titer evening 1 ert was ealing steak. "I'lipa, what Is steak? Where i Iocs ipa, the It come from?" That was an easy one for p and he promptly responded: "From cows, son." I Silt lie was not prepared for next one: "I rom our two cmvs, Indianapolis News. papa; Make Your Own Opportunities. When you feel the fancied greater opportunities of other tields tugging at your sleeve Just hold a short com munion with yourself am! remember thnt It's the man and not the line which achieves success. You will then de cide that there is nothing better than the work you are doing anil that you make your own opportunities by the spirit Jon put Into your task every dny of the year. Selected. GOLD MEDAL Why guess about it When you can know about it? Suppose a guide said "This way there's a safe and pleasant .oad to your destination, with no risks or troubles on the way," and "That way there's a road that a good many have stalled on and turned back from, but you may get through." Which would you take? Postum is a thoroughly agreeable and satisfying meal-time drink, and you're sure that it's perfectly safe for health. Coffee contains drug qualities which dis turb and harm the health of many. Postum or coffee? Which road? Why guess when you can know? postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) m,d. insuntly in the cup by the eddiUon of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal in being prepared) uada by boiling for 20 minutes. Sold by ail grocers. Postum for Health "There's a Reason" Cynic! ""!!.!- with niMtrl !':'' ju i airt marry a g.rl ' u.t tu ,; ,,!;. j,, Jlur Tin DON'T FEAR ASPIRIN IF IT IS GENUINE: Lock for Name "Bayer" on Tablet., Then You Need Never Worry. To ;-et genuine "Haver Tablets of Airln" yu must lflk fl)r t,(1 Si(ty 'llayer Cross" on each package ami on each tablet. , The "Haver Cross" means true, world famous Aspirin, proscribed by physi cians lor mer twenty-one years, and prove.1 safe by millions for Cokb, Head lo'he, Karacbe, Toothache, Neuralgia, Lumbago. Neuritis, and for l'aln In general. I'riMp and safe directions are in each unbroken "Bayer" package. Advertisement. Spud Murphy's Girl. Spud Murphy says: "I don't mind that girl of mine belli' stuck on her folks, hut I'm darned If I know why she thinks that every time I call It's up to her to bust out the family album." The Leatherneck. BOSCHEE'S SYRUP Allay. Irritation, Soothe, and Heal. Throat and Lung Inflammation. The almost constant Irritation of a cough keeps the delicate mucous mem brane of the throat and lungs In a con gested condition, which Kosehee's Syrup gently and quickly soothes and heals. For this reason it has been a favorite household remedy for colds, coughs, bronchitis and especially for lung troubles in millions of homes all over the world for the last fifty-five years, enabling the patient to obtain a good night's rest, free from coughing, with easy expectoration In the morning. You can buy I'.oschee's Syrup wherever medicines are sold. Advertisement. Time Kept by Standard Clock.. The time of the whole of the United S'tntes east of (be Rockies is regulated by three standard clocks kept In an underground vault at. the naval obser vatory In Washington. These clocks are wound by electricity, and their heals are transmitted electrically throughout the observatory; the vault is never entered except in cases of etnergonrv. Cutlcura for Sore Hands. Ponk liiiiids on retiring In the hot suds j of Cutlcura Soup, dry and rub In Cu I ticiira (lintmeiit. llemove surplus ! Ointment with tissue paper. This is i only one of the things Cuticura will do If Soap, Ointment and Talcum are used for all toilet purposes. Advertisement. Daily Short Story. I'liliphnr W poodle bad words with his wife at breakfast .about the way tl ggs iot'e cooked. "I'm tired of this sort of thing," he j declared. "From here 1 go to the river. So he did. He loafed around the river front, kidded the boatmen, niid even accepted a little guaranteed hootch. It was very late when he wended his way homeward. Then he had words with his wife about some alleged pork chops he found on the supper table. Louisville ( 'ourier-Jounial. First "Weather Man." An Englishman, Francis Oalton, was the lirst ''eal weather man. Oalton was a cousin of Charles Darwin. He was horn in Fughind in l-'l. Whether he was really able to forecast rain and sunshine with more accuracy than his successors is an open question; but It is certain that he was the lirst to attempt the charting, on a large scale, of the progress of the (dements of weal he;. The methods devised by him, in modified form, are used to this day. y iss'ssim jjL STATE NEWS Greenwood. Tin schools h week. hen: served be Starkvil flUloB day Ripley launched ier tliei e. The first merchants' proved big success. The Civic League a rat killing campaign. has Vicksburg. Bracken & Coiner Lum ber Co. incorporates, with a capital stock of $lo,uou, Canton. Two young hoys were seri ously injured when their auto struck a telephone pole. Sherman. Many attended the funer al of .Mrs. Bettio Martin, aged resi dent, who died at home of her son. Jackson. Chamber of Commerce re ports good progress in its membership drive. Scooba. The Kemper county cir cuit court is in session, with Judge T. Carroll on the bench. Lexington. Armistice Day was ob eerved hero as a general holiday. AH business houses were closed. Kudora. The Eudora consolidated high school observed better speech week Nov. 6 to 12. Clarksdale. A heavy rain which fell c few days ago broke the long dry spell here. Fernwood. I. P. Stratton, farmer, was killed when a wagon load of dy taniite he was hauling exploded. Meridian. John McDade, roadmas ter of the A., T. & N. railroad, is In a hospital here suffering from Injuries sustained when he fell from a box car. Cold water. Mrs. W. M. Pressley has a flock of 40 hens Ciat have pro duced 4,471 eggs the first 10 months of this year, or an aveiago of 1112 eggs to the hen. liro; khaven. A party of prominent citizens of Natchez have been in lirookhaven distributing Information and giving a general invitation to the Natchez, cot ton carnival, Nov. 17-19. Crystal Spring. The city tax col lector is busily engaged in making up the tat receipts for the coming year and will be ready by Dec. 1 to receive payment of taxes. HuUiesburg. Information comes front the pastor and members of the board of stewards of the Court St. Methodist church, which was practical ly destroyed by fire Sunday, that no time will be hist in rebuilding. Carthage, The clean-up squad was at the courthouse on Nov. 11, taking up all matters regarding compensa tion and voeatioim.1 training for dis abled ex-service men that were disabled in the late warld war. Cartilage.- The health campaign in this county since the hitler part of OcU.bei', and which was to have con tinued for several days longer, has been called off and Itr, lieachain, who conducted the campaign, has gone to Lawrence county. i Jackson. The "Dime Day" school j collection for near east relief was pro hibited in the Jackson schools by Sttpt. liailey in pursuance of the policy of the school hoard not to permit collec tions of any kind to be taken up in the schools. Aberdeen. The women of Aberdeen ore going to have some saw in the coming election of this city and Mon roe county. Three hundred women registered at the circuit clerks' office nd the same number in Judge J. M. Acker's office at the city hall. Vicksburg. la compliance with a suggestion made by a committee from the Vicksburg Hoard of Trade, the board of supervisors of Warren coun ty adopted a tax levy which is three- (piarters of a mid higher than the rev- j etiue resolution called for last year. The tax for the city part of the conn-; ty will be 15.75 mills and for the j County outside of the city l'.'.,"", mills, j Laurel. Experts from the office of j the state enlouiologist will arrive In j J.uurel within (lie next few days t o i wake a survey for a second campaign against the Argentine ant. The fir.-t j campaign, conducted two years ago, eliminated the pest for a time, and it ; is ibelieved that a more intensive cam- ; palgn will be productive of even bet j ter results. Coldwater. Mrs. Mary Lowery, wife of Ollie Ivowery, a young farmer at the 1'oagville community, has been missing for the past 10 days, and her whereabouts cannot be learned. Slut s said to have carried her two chil dren to school one morning and left them, after which she drove to Cold water and boarded the southbound train. Blue Mountain. Miss Pearl May Miller, well known student of lilue Mountain college, who recently under went an operation for appendicitis, will return to Blue Mountain next Tuesday. Wyatte. Cornedus Clanton, Wyatle fanner, has succeeded In Improving a certain kind of eating pea by careful work until today he has one of the best eating peas in Tate county. At pre ent the pea has no name, but Mr. Clanton had a sample in town yester-flat- nrl aolrl some of tie product. No! cd, I 'all. port Ti led; I '.ay Co cy i-d sone oieu; Kola! ives man, mis 1-h rl 1: iy:j, fear be has met w; on. A Ford car driven ed struck a telephone p. .nulled into a ditch, inj .r ats. and '.1:9 a t Foni wood. Mrs. .Simmons .. of the contestants in the trade.-- day coldest and d ii.oi her culinary efforts by dt home cooked irodu-ts. exhibit, less than f.l dishes of tie- mo- a one recent -rated playing ng no t appe tizing foods, most skilifuhy pr ared. Agricultui'al College.- Acnling to information just received here from It. K. .McDonald, chief entomologist ot Texas, the pink bollworm has recent ly found around En tils in Fills coun ty, the greatest cotton prodm ing coun ty in the south. Meridian. The Primitive congregation of Meridian is a new church, to be called Baptist erecting the Oak land church when completed. This makes six new church buildings in course of construction in this city at the present time. lirookhaven. A cable dispatch has been received announcing the death of Miss Neva Newman In the .Hawaiian Islands. A cable sent to her a fe Jays ago announcing the death of her brother, It is believed, caused her lea tu from grief. FiiioxiA James Karidcs. owner of the Splendid cafe in Gnfport, and Paul Darellis, also a, Culfport res- : tauranteur, have filed petitions in the, Cniied States district court here to j become citizens, lloth are Creeks. III no Mountain. Lm.roy Memorial ! Baptist church has just made a can vass of all of its in-w members admit- I ted siiu'e the general canvass for th $7,1.000,000 campaign, anil has secured pledges from many of these. , Crystal Springs. The city fathers nre asking the railroad company tu improve its track near the station and the dangerous crossings at the various sidewalks. The tracks near the sta tion are so low that water constantly stand in them. Ackennan.--M iss- May Husse'l of Port Gibson, state repvesctitat i. o of the W. C. T. I'., lias just, paid a visit to the local chapter and delivered tin address at the M.-thodist church to an appreciative audience. J.-inix-niit'i ckson, I'. 1'. Gar inner of ngriculti e, has received no re ; i mi (.un ification of ills app ilnlmcut as a member of the lo car committee for the meeting of tim Southern Forestry congress, which will meet in tiiio city next February. Aekonnan. Abe Chirk, noc.ro firs man on an Illinois Central freight train, was shot and killed at the water tank, just we-d of town outside the corporate limits. Nine buckshot were found in the, fireman's body by tho jury, of inquest. Blue Mountain.--Mi-sissippi Bap tists collected during the month of October approximately fsil.nun on the $7.1,000,000 campaign, according to Dr. li. A. Kimbrough of this place, field secretary of the Baptist statu mission hoard, who has been at work m the collection ot these pledges. Cleveland, For the first time in many years, practically all the cotton and corn in this county lias -been gathered. This is due to the fact of the unusually good weather we havn had for harvesting and, too. in some places, a short crop. Many planters are now sowing oats and breaking land for another year. Belzoni. -Tiie board .it the re'ent meeting i of supervisors it the tux levy ucaera.! laiu'.ity t wo mills, making t be to levy 21 milts, against 1! year. Each district in t'e mills last county w ill i ti special toK soil : 1 e-', m.ik.ng pay this tax. together vi'h lax on theai for scho d ! , mtiiuteuance, stale and h e ihe various (li-H'iets in t In- p from 44 to IS mills. U!dy p-y Ila'iiosbutg. ed by II. J. lit Bradley, world woumh d sever Word is illey. fat war vet" uad times i wiio h.ts In France, and or f -lie re w bile -on is timiuatiiui lor i 'ran a; reci s. ttui i.ed salt of the gassing fight ing the Gertnu 'a said to liae ilove'oj and lias hi en sent p North Carolina. Fulton. A month: tute ni the Itasvaani t.ural high school wa persons. C. G. Min, farmers l e.aunty attetnieil ee. farm insti- stration agent in Lee county, was tlw principal speaker, lie spoke of Lie benefits to lie I'erivid from a fann demonstration agent and urged the people of IUtAauib.i eotnty to try litis work again. New Albany. Dr. I!. S. Onyton. eye and ear specialist of Oxford. Miss,, has just hold a second eye and ear clinic for the I nice c vntiy health these two clinics abau: pi have had defects corrrctcl. tnit. persi At Greenwood. The men's Bible class .if the Method'st ehitnii hare and the Big Brothers' class of the Methodist ohurch in Greenville had an attend ance coide-t r- cently. While (Vreen fllle beat by 90 mealier;, the Bible class here broke the record by an at tendance cf 110. PARLEY SUCCESS SURE. BALFOUR WARNS THE WORLD AGAINST EXPECTING TOO MUCH. PROGRAMME IS COMPLETED Harding Will Open Disarmament Con ference With Address Election of Presiding Officer Impor tant Phase Saturday. Washington. The gr-at powers have completed their preparations t-jr the conference on limitation of ariuit - ment. The last of the major delegations was completed by the recent arrivals, wiio included Arthur J. ISalto'ir, head of the British group, until the com ing of Lloyd George, and additional delegates from New Zealand, Austra lia and Italy. Welcomed with all the ceremony that can attend the advent of a dis tinguished spokesman of a great low er, Mr. Balfour readied Washington, declaring a conviction that the con ference would accomplish a historic advance in international amity. Only the delegation from Portugal, which is to arrive tomorrow'. was missing tonight from the roll of tacm; who will face each other about the conference table when President Harding makes the opening addre.-.s Oil Saturday, HUSBAND AUCTIONED WIFE. The Highest Bid Proved To Be Only $1.15. Toledo, Ohio. --iMcl.-iring s'n,-. wa old at auction i.y h.-r litis:.,. m! 1 Leo Ploom, who s.iv s h t is a .h'.-t-.r of divinity, Mrs. T-uty lyrkoscky b. ought po-iee rot, ui to j.r'v.-nt enforcement of the hargaiu. l'looin was anaigiied i:i p U. -;r! on a charge ot a.-.-.a'iit and !. ,".-; y growing out of an aroimeul !'.! l'r kossHy aide;- the alleged sni". Mrs. i'orkossky t od the police her husband ((impelled h.-r u :ue--i:.t J chair, w hen he. w fh a ft hi; in hi -: ' : ., hand, acted as an. "tote er and c,lV i , tor bills I't'oiti the crowd of pr,.. t:ve purchasers u ho had tuho d in Lie ! -uv, house. ; During a fre.o!'or-ah f'.ght t-ta' w,.p, lowed the s ile Mrs. p,..-Ko o-U, or tp ; " ed t't'oin the liou-,e and fled to i n- .r . by enginit house, whore sic a. -io :of I v. protection. 'I'h . price paid f .r Mr-. ' I'et k..ssky w as 1 .1 1. . ; .. , $300,000 FOR NORTH CAROLINA. ,' V : on 1 Gets Advance for Tobacco Expsrtnion . to Enoland. . Wadiina Nov. Of $.:"., ' to ' ciatr - t:o- .o.po:- ..foa Cf X.-rth l 'nn.'.tu t-b:i. t.i ti: ea'. Iti'itatn has he.u ana mi,, d by - Ji1 War finance corpora!; c.. Old Towns. te Sold for $3.42. 1 oiubstotio. ,:"z. - The i.'.-l Mwn pite of t'haf'i'oi.n, .-v.-a utile- tr.mi hero, was so:u to laail and e -.foci atpti'iy for i", 12. Charleston m eat ly daj "f "ilv -r nitnii.i in Ar: ,v.r..t was one of the l.'.g-g : and :....-! ;e, '- T day it is (li -' itt ;: : h I from the BiO'roun. litis coil::1, ry by a tiny ra ;:r - id Stalaui atiu a tew er unm;.!..: nails. t'Kir!.'(t-B w-is t.c- oie'1 of we-!, rn fh" i cp Revolt in Montenegro. ; London.- An in - . . : c-"--ti ha ' en o it in Mene--.. ,ro t-o t of s1 i-urlne .M -ui'-m :t. ', p tua-gra; a d.sji.,;, h ; r. in il :a " (S J1I Shot for Ciivalry. phot ;.i:d i- in a d '", local tiospit i! t.-'.i h.- -' - V. llelmes, is '- tter;;,,; bt'aao s ..a. a I ' ,b : ' v-.e a h p. d to b , e 1 . . .-' ha -'an 1. Wife S-'tycr Is H.itijeH Chicago. 1 ra: k. l.i.:r-o::i, , E'aier of his v-h'e. a so!:. -el t T. as hanged in the i'o,.k oo .:.' Good Deed in Jail. Jeplin. Mo. Marion I', Gt'itfi Iiiinisti-r, who v, as s iio-ma.-. a ago to serve 110 uays in the c ;;ti on u pl-'a 'f gtitity t,. op. ra; whisky still, was rebnis.'d and at once,:,,- ; x ,. ; p. ,,; wen; to t. e chief of pi-ice to th.mk! t,. v .-a -ui'.-.l to: i'e h him for his arrest bcaitse. l. said. ! ,p' for ' no a.'.h -. "while in j Ml 1 cendiKteu r.'V iva! 1 , ; ,, ;n),:uc::oa i-s,.e,i Services eacii n'ght atul won four of i . .. raini'o; :u fro'u tny fi How iri-ouers- to G(d." I : cai beer. BEGGAR HAS DIAMONDS. Woman P'accd UndT Arrest Cash and a Bank Book. I'il-uieiphitt, l'a.-Atth'eil in tend garineul; and ;'rp. iron! ly and hungry. Sarah LitsehuLp 7i years old. who said pile had no home, was refused assistance when she applied for relief at a residence in the block on Kastwick avenue, the other after noon, and she r.iLed such a disturb ance that she was arrested. On her person we.- found money, bank book and diamonds. 'URGES U. S, 5I0P !L BUILDING HARD.'NO CONSIDERING PLA' A TRIBUTE TO CON FERENCE. A9 AWAITING LEGAL OPINION Lloyd George Cables "Heart of Britain'' in Success of Disarma ment Meet, ng Pope Gives His Approval. Wa::i:;..ii. I're-iile:;!, Harding iia.s le- n nr.-d to is. ,e u i iar.h'd or- 1 der sio-pend.t.c; nil aal o-u.i-tr ;c! i-,n I in the l.'nired Stat- whtie tin; con- feneiee (,n unitta- ion of ,;.it!u-ut3 is in ses.-;ijii. The proposal was iac'i b'-'ore the president -by Se'i-it-r AUc pyn.ur-r. of Ohio, who cai.ed at th-r White House recently Senator 1'i.iu-rene s:iKK-r-! that such a s:is;.t.-:,M--n nut only wocid be a prisjf of Aim rh-a s .my ;n duction hi Br:na:i.e:.ts, but. :a addi tion, would be a i;ra"efd tribute, to the fo-re.g:i guests while ;.i the T'oitu-i S'ates. It is understood that Pres. dent llaruirg is .yn..;,iit.ti;ti'-ai!y ;n iiti toward the pro; o-ui, ait'iough a: th ; same time iy,.'-- ion ii.g whether h b.ta i arnhf-riry to act ith'mt di i recthon by fojjgrt-'.-ah The .,;.;n:n ljf i '. he attorney (.nwwl a:ul oth.-r ad p iser;, is to 1m sought, it is s; id, "l,tn I 'be pn-sd !;; five a de!';:;r.- uusrer i - .'t;c-, -.-'-in g a-- ,r.-in.-.-.s ..f U(,p- rt for p rp of the io-U(,':iitirijs !' iche.-l w i-air. .'...? two in.r)r- t.int y:ar "' ..f U '. 1 --rid, BACK FROM THE RHINE. : Decrease in Ante Force Is 1 1 ! i- cated Fcorri Ccbienz. nurses s and i'.eric.'t:i r::t;i - toe Ant- .ic T'ans.t G'ca Vue.di Eg,.,s Tr. PUSHING i SKA ROAD. v. Covernmeot s Railway Pr- B;i Completed Ef':r :ti N. O. D -IV. i I -to C.'i.'-t Re! f" tl ' a p. 1 : il. 1'arn- to Wrnngel B-ines Sod. Paris. Gen. Lar,"i Wr .-. oh Hal , r; ..ma -a. r ,-.f the ,n Southern 11 s in. ' tat-J, .iu, p;,,. U:-ts t colli : ,., fnr-.o... wiiioh hi- li-- r. r'.- ' ::' it.ves in Pat unit'or stocks p.'i.i in l!L'o for 11 '. I khaki from the -ai.-: a: my E. A. Cheney Dies. St. Tifviis -Kdward A l"'"ti. y. ror"d f.?, istiperintendent of teh'praph of Kte Missouri faoifip raihaud, dead here after a tnroko of popv.