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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ,EOIUNTREIE BROS., Publishers TALLULAII, MADISON PARISII, LOUISIANA, SATUII)AV, FIBIWAIVY :$, 1914 NE\1 SEil~E--V, EXECUTES -ifIISH SUBJECT DEED BY REBEL GEN MAY FORCE CRISIS IN MEXICAN WAR. lEAN INTERVENTION and Heartless Assassina Meet Bitterly Condemned . Citizens of El Paso. smapr tlon New. Servlee. -The summary execu ggsm S. Benton, of Chihua ajsect of Great Britain, by a upon order of Gen. Villa, has aroused a storm that about a crisis in Mexican aad in some quarters it is that it may lead to inter Upring-Rice, British ambas with Secretary Bryan President Wilson and his deussed it briefly, and the at ordered a thorough by consul representa the border. t officials say that for since the present revo a year ago, the general bem the United States gov to Mexican factions to pro went unheeded, though e>ery evidence to show that British ambassador and the t were advised too 's impending fate to in ly for him. The news laehis who had come to be Gemeral Villa...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

WI HkI IIILTJ R-E AWILL M AVY OBED T5 INE HAIR T e er CHl<AI o-A STAI!CcAsE, MAN 46- LOWER. T EN, WHEN A MAN MAARLIES 0 ILLUSTRATED ' EDGAR BERT SMITH c<i 'Air a ýaasco SYNOPSIS. Miranle spring-house girl at Hope sana teeum., tells the story. It opns with the arrival of Miss Patty Jennings. who is re poIted to be engaged to marry a prince, sad the death of the old doctor who owns the sanatorium. The estate Is left to a SAApecrace grandson. Dicky ('arter. who must appear on a certain dlate and run the sanatorium isucce·ssfully for two moaths or forfeit the Inheritance. A case of mumps delays lDick's arrival. Mr. Tho bur, Is hovering about In hopes of se euring the place for a summer hotel. Pierce. a college man in hard luck. is pre ai~led upon by Van Alstyne. Dick's broth er-In-law, to Impersonate the missing heir and take charge of the sanatorium until Carter arrives. Dick, who has eloped ilth Patty's younger lsater. Jorothy. ar wives and the couple go Into hiding In the old...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal V'ASHINGIflN BELLES IN "RADIUM DANCE" 4. . gas a year in Washington an elaborate amateur theatrical performance is given. This winter it is called "Co m" ad one of its features is the "radium dance" by the four young ladies here photographed. From left to euy are: Audrey Johnson, Frances Miller, Anne Pennepacker and Anne Darsile. AMERICANS FLEEING FROM MANZANILLO t Wilson's action in lifting the embargo on arms caused a general exodus of Americans from many places Our photograph shows American refugees and their baggage on a tender of the United States army ord fleeing from Masanillo. RURALES GUARDING MEXICO CITY '- r Irales . bound south to protect Mexico City from atenini cill-: :'rom that direction. ED TO FLY ACROSS THE ATLANTIC .N of the gigantic hydroplane being built to carry out Rodman Sita of crossing the ocean this summer. The hydro was d motor will be nt rflt to r ot Rodm re/- ru .e |o ~ C rte COUNTESS D...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

AIIIA DISON JOUIRNA f" :s, w' EV3RY V ATURDAY. ; E0Oflr b SPENCER, Editor. Omerrw TELEfoRcs NUmBER u. Ohnid JeUonel Mflds Pari. O iael Journal Fifth District Levee Board, School Board, I ;'ice Jury and Town, o( T'lulah. 1.59' Pu A.rn!cx rr Anc.'xcr. Entered Jan. 10th, 190i3 c TallI lah, La., as second-class mail 'matt.tr, under Act of Congress -'f March 8, 1879. Tbh JO1URNAL Is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents ponesrnu la i ts columns. TALLULAd, LA.. FEBRUARY 28, 1914 CLOSED SEAS SN 11 GAIE I tOISIAA SBEMS ON SUNDAY The hunting season in LouiF iana will come to a close next Sunday March 1. The State Conservation Com mission has prepared a circular. letter which it is sending out to all its representatives in the state, cautioning them to he on the lookout for violaters of the gainme law. President Alesander said Wednesday that the law would .strictly enforced. The Federal law closed the season on all migratory game em 'Feb. 1. and under the law all nativ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

ii HADISON JOURNAL IM LAW, La., FIBRUAIr 28, 1914 OCIAL AND PERSONAL. g'P he JOURNAIL will hb Riad to ;': I and publiah €orial, Po'rmnn cr s b'rlnv: of intevret from all parse of  Psriah. Al1 enmmunliontinn meuat p pIirop.y igncd., Itt. no name will be i. bshU d anless tqunat to d no : e S l'psieai eommnnication. p. O. OBo .o 7 or Phone No. 7. Walc for tax day. ,a l a Spyder has recovered from t Illness.  day, tag day-It'll be here soon. 15 Jom Donovan, of Montrose plan was i town Wednesday. $v. T. J. Matchel, rice planter from La., was in town this week. S,. Bishop, the cotton planter of Oak Point, was in town this week Nt. R. D. Newell, of Quebec, L.a., i Tallulah Monday on business. s e many friepde will be glad to learn I M* aFy. Hattl. Blair, who has been in Ouamse for the past week, remained Mrdil Gras feutivities. Indies' Aid will hold theirranu r*tr agg hunt on the Saturday just e i Laster Sunday at 3 o'clock. .$& ialph Bloom, of Lake Providence, MsWt Suaday, Mond...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

Bettercookies, cake snd biscuits, too. All n light, fu ly, tender 'His Object in Waiting. Reserved Parson (doins an odd job the church fence)-"You appear be watching me very closely, boy. >eu take an interest in carpentryi" "No" Rev. P.-"Then what are waiting for!" Boy-"I'm waitin' wo$ a parson says when 'e "its b wiv the 'ammer."-Punch. A eneftt almost ch. And coun ste ce I heard it." wtt pity ye" lost such a Slittle man Wcomes up to ng. aisred where n (doig man oddal job "No discussions don'-Ten ht always warmtn for' Botes -"I' tn' warm friends. INE CASTORIA For Infnts and Children, The Kind You Have * ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT Always Bught A\l4etabk P arahtion rorAs simcsIut *eooaanduefta Bears the eSmmsignatuare hacnoos DigestionCheerful nessand Rest Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral NOT NARC OTIC *-0 1 - I n ctfetl Remedy forFConsip- Use lion. Sour Stonmach.D a , WormsCo lsions,.Feverish s..sand LOSsorS For Over Vac Sinl Sints" or TH CENTAuC Thirty Years NEW YORK. dr CAS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

RETS" FOR UVER; BOWELS s lk headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. g a I.cent box. s you keeping your bowels, liver. stomach clean, pure and fresh Cascarets, or merely forcing a y every few days with Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or ye Waters? P having a bowel wash-day. Let erMts thoroughly cleanse and reg. the stomach, remove the sour .A grmenting food and foul gases, the excess bile from the liver Jarry out of the system all the dpited waste matter and poisons Se bowels. A cascaret to-night will make you great by morning. They work you sleep-never gripe, eicken ease any inconvenience, and cost 1s cents a box from your store. of men and women take a now and then and never Headache, Biliougness, Coated Indigestion, Sour Stomach or tion. Adv. Their Act. 'ge men in congress who are op the franking privilege are act pqte apropos." . what way?" "I trying to lick the free stamp ,.ZEMA DISFIGURED FACE $ pton SpringsFla.-"I had had -o a my face and hands for about years...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 February 1914

DIPPING NEW SHEEP OF MUCH IMPORTANCE A Healthy and Profitable Trio. Sheep are the peculiar prey of para sitic life. They have grown under the eye and care of man for so many thousands of years that they have be Come strikingly dependent on the Cate he is able to give them. The flockmaster who never dips may have healthy sheep, but luck oust be with him in this case. It is an essential-one of the kind of es sentials that must be looked after oace or twice yearly. I never bring a new sheep home. ame imported from some other farm or some other state, without running him through the dipping vat, writes J. M. Clarkson in the Orchard and Farm. He may be clean and healthy. If he is the dipping vat won't hurt him, and if he is not-well the dip ping will prevent a lot of trouble. You can never tell Just what sort of parasites and skin affections a Sheep is going to pick up in an ex press car or in the cars usually used $ transportation of live stock. Many of the diseases that mean ruin to a ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. IOU TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, 1ARC('l 7, 1914 NEW HlHIE--1). .1. ENTION HOT DESIRABLE PESIlDENT WILSON REALIZ. -*mTHAT GOVERNMENT MAY ; pUOIED TO ADOPT IT. GROWING GRAVE First to Exhaust Every oI Means for Peace in the SWaMlRidden Republic. sguer vales n ervw entee. -President Wilson re f those who discussed Mexi gils with him that he realizes y of the situation growing -l killing of William 8. Benton, subject, the reported murder Bauch and Clemente Var American citizens, and General 's denial of the right of the States to look after the inter of foreigners in Mexico. president spoke deploringly of intervention, but at the same be r(efrred to the size and power asentry like the United States as suffiElent warrant for a calm luesat course while compliance American dmands is being Callers came away impressed se Idea that the president is to try every peaceful at his disposal to solve the problem, but that be realises dm...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

i PARES FOR WAR CONGRESS 1 OBEYING THE OLD ADAGE TO MAKE READY IN TIME OF PEACE. EQUIPS THE ARMED SERVICE 4eedlng the Warnings of Colonel Thompson and General Wood, It Ia Putting the Army on a Sound Basis. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.-While several treaties looking to arbitration if not to actual compacts of peace between this nation and many others are in proess of ne gotiation, congress is putting the L'nit ed States upon a "safeguarding" mill tary footing. In one of these Wash dngton dispatches recently it was said "'The United States is pushing to com pletion rapidly its fortifications in the Philippines, Hawaii and on the Pacific eoast of the Panama Canal Zone. This is the only war scare story which does not meet with either daily denials or daily evasion." Recent events show conclusively that army officers must have known some time ago that a Democratic con Vress intended to vote money to strengthen the armed service by sup plying the war material necessary to make up known ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GETTING MONSTER LINER READY FOR SEA I \ -,15 :'r !-, ..... At Clydebank, Scotland, the steamship Aquetania, largest of the ('unarders. is being prepared for sea, having been last April. She Isa a ship within a ship. having absolutely water-tight inner and outer shells. Her dimensions that she will be one of the largest ships afloat. She is 901 feet long. 97 feet wide, 921 feet deep to the boat Her gross tonnage is 47,000 tons. She will have a speed of 23 knots an hour, and accommodations for 3,520 and a crew of almost 1,000. S WORLD'S BIGGEST GUN FOR PANAMA CANAL Li: This, the largest gun in the world, has been made to defend the Pacific entrance to the Panama canal. It has a bore, weighs 130 tons and throws a projectile weighing 2,400 pounds. The weapon will be mounted on a dsis t carriage on one of the small islands off the mouth of the canal. SAKURASHIMA VOLCANO IN ACTION DANCER IN SUFFRAGE PLAY _ItIatry . The o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

IlK IADISON JOURNAL U LISREM D EVERY SATURDAY. GEORGESPENOER, Editor. Ouuwi TELEPIHONI NUMBER 7. ---- f Ofidel Jeerl of Madison Parish. 31cial Journal Fifth District Levee Board, Sehoo,l BEard, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. 1.50 Pa ANNux rIN ADVANCE. antered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The JOURNAL is not renonsible for views and opinions of correspondents na in its columns. LLULAn, LA., MAR'1 7. 1914 WORM AND HEALTH CAMPAIGN Sd Cuiucti In Madiss Parish The State Board of Health 'th the co-operations of the lice Jury will soon begin a mpaign for the eradication of worm disease. Dr. J. D. Baucum of the State of Health will have charge the work. Dr. Bancum states that hook m infection is light in this tion of state. but other health i blems of vital importance i11 be discussed. The Police Jury judiciously priated $175.X00 to assist the Board of Health. Dr. Baucum will visit every 1 in the Parish and lectur...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

B IADISON JOUURNAL Ott, L .. 1AnR 7, 19J4. SCALl AND PERSONAL. jM JOUhtrAL will he glad to std puhli h social, Pertonal ,r po's, f.intrreAt from all pat tt of Pi lEh. All et rurvliention n ment I prly ign't. but no name will be ied n:cs rrque t to do so - e " romm,,nieation. P.O. Box orPhone No. 7. l. O0. W. Campbell spent Sundasy friends and relitives in Vidalia.Wt ~. Walt.r C. Tlurnr ws the guest e. Percy I.. Rountree Friday and y, in Vidalia. . R. Paul Gaines returned home ay after a very pleasant visit friends vi Vidalia.  W. H. urnsm and brother were vnWednesday. .Benj. Mitchell ol Quimhv spent -f Wodnesday in Tallulah. ll. G. H. Ogbourne and Mrs. Wra. pann were visitors in Vicksburg . eo. Spencer and da ihter Miss areweleomedle home by their many It is a matter of gratulation Miss Bessie is looking an I feeling y well again. On their return spest a week or ten days with rel in Baton Rouge. Er Char!es J. Dixon, nee Mary Sevier forne:rly of Tallilah, is." from Phit',!Ee'lhia ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

SYNOPI88. Milnne. spring-house girl at Hope sana um, tells the story. It opens wih the Vrrval Of Miss Patty Jennings. who is re ted to be engaged to nmarry a prince. the death of the old doctur who owns e sanatorium. The estat' is left to a Leapegrace grandsun. Dicky Carte.r. who pust appear on a certain date and run the sanatorium successfully fur two months or forftlt the inheritance. A case omumps delays IIck's arrival. Mr. Tho In hovering about In hopes of se earing the place for a summer hotel Pierce. a college man in hard luck. is pre Valled upon by Van Alstyne. Dick's broth er-lan-law. to Impersonate the missing heir and take charge of the sanatorium until Carter arrives. DLck. who has eloped with Patty's younger siater Dorothy. ar rives, and the couple go into hiding in t old shelter hourse. Fearing to face Drothy' father, who is at the snator lum. Dick arranges with Pierce to con sae In the management of the property 5eHa Summers, leading lady of l'ierce' straaded theatri...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

Enjoy your evenings more A fine, bright light these long evenings, helps reatly in increasing the happiness and cheer in Yu home. Furthermore, it means so much to the th of your eyes in reading, sewing or pursuing other occupations. Your lamp will give its brighest, steadiest light if you USE "EUPION" OIL "EUPION" is beyond question, the best lamp oil pro. deced-the quality is uniformly fine, no matter when or where you get it. In using it you have sone of the disagreeable istures to contend with, such as smoked chimneys, charred wicks, and there is no foul odor to pollute the air of the home. Ask your dealer for "EUPION"- If he hasn't it, sk him to get it, or write us. PIERCE OIL CORPORATION Home Office 420 Olive Street, St Louis, Mo. Hundreds of Agencies "PENNANT" GASOLINE Cleanest-Gives Most Power WORSE THAN SELLEF a beale of Depravity the Bribei 1m Far More to Be Feared Than His Victim.  a who sells for dollars is not dangerous. One knows geh a person will do and trusts that po...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 March 1914

FOR RBBADBI ASS FOUR BEARS First of the Animals Shot in Mar hntte County, Wis., in 16 Years. ARE TRACKED BY DOG Mther Bruin Puts Up Fight and Two Charges Are Required to Bring Her Down; Then Her Three Cube Are *" **.hter. " Milwaukee, Wis-Here's a real bear gmoryl It's not oftou In these days of game wardenos and scarce ame that one alrod bas four bears Ia one day. .hi happened the other day, though. snd In Wisconsidn at that. ie@d 8ackrlsen of Duaba r, the -west ad of Marinette county, figured that rabbit shooting might be fairly good and started out with a shotgun, a dog and one companlms. There was ao mow an the ground sand all the rub. it tracking had to be left to the dog. bhe two men and the dog left the mia street of the village and started !r the rabbit haunts. Now the dog was glad to be out in the open, and he eommeaced to run down a scent fight away. Of course the trail took hid out of sight of his master. Mr. Bachkrlse was following the 4eg's tracks as fast as possible...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. 3OUN'TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH'i 14, 1914 NEW SEIllIES--VO 14 ER NOTES I' FREE FRANK - SrTtMONY FOUND IN THE ItAT MURDER MYSTERY OF ATLANTA. PINTS TO PERJURA Wrote Were Written on Old Discarded Pad in the Basement /Kgaper Union New.s Se.fes Ga.-Evidence was made oe which attorneys for Leo sentenced to be hanged -i' the murder here of Mary a tctory girl, last April, placed the case in an en. light Frank's lawyers as they are in possession of the mysterious "murder figured so prominently et the factory superintend written in the basement of where they were found bidy of the murdered girl and office as claimed by C Ii Wiley. negro sweeper at the iN .Sd chief witness against that he wrote the Instance of the convicted ga his dictation. Conley said lless stand that Frank took pad from the desk and hand is the negro told him to write thereon. Thli Conley tee M. Is claimed by the defense Aluhlaation of the "murder A pes...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

WIIIEI TIII'S AW LL I MAVY OBIERTS DJINEHART -:AK.7 THOIR, OF--" fugI CIRC1JL AR, STAISCASE , M e MAN n.- LOWER.. TEN WHEN A MAN N MAPIES ILLUSTRATED A EPDAR BERT B SMEIT ctwI SPITC~-H aW a&.M a ,co. SYNOPSIS. 1 h prigl-bhouse girl at Hope sana tells the story. It opens with the Sltie Patty Jennings who I. re Ibe engaged to marry a prince. e death of the old doctor who OWns - Msatedrm. The estate is left to a grandson. Dicky Carter. who appear on a certain date and run sanatorium successfully for two o forfelt the inheritance. A case mIpp delays Dick's arrival. Mr. Tho hv eaerlag about in hopes of me te pl for a summar h oL S e man In hard luck. Is - pe b Van Alstyne. Dick's broth Sto ,peeeonate the missing heir i ha eL rge of the sanatorium until arriv. Dick, who has eloped Syounger sister. Dorothy. ar the couple go Into hiding in house. Fearing to face Sather. Who Is at the sanator arranges with Pierce to con the management of the property. lemmers. leading lady of Pierce...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal MEXIUICAN REBELS TRYING TO CAPTURE GUAYMAS 44-, 4V.4 - '.4. - - - - - - - - - - - - - --: 4.*·· .4. ~~~~~~~~~~~~.~~~~~ ~ .··· th einn ftewro ura Gamshmbe n ftesrtgi onsi h eia eulc ug b'esurondd adrepatdl attacke i. but hawe aie odsog tefdrlgrrsnudrGm TWO MINISTERS TO BE AMBASSADORS " ie L? 1 V. Garrett, the Amerlicas alster to Argeatina (right), and Dr. ea.e the Argemtte ulniaster to the United States (left), ae to be the rank of embetsdor by their respective Peveramemts. The ad ill to rase the United States legation at Buemos Ayrem o the Sembass has bees. otroduced It the semate by Senator Ehlvely of Saes time ago the Argentine govermeat Intimated that It was Its levate Its own diplopiatle representative In that way. In Mr. Gal It has been urged that the poet of livtng In the South American r great a to make the alary of a minister quite nadequate. Be ervies has beeU of uch quality as to receive the commendation d...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

ISON JOURNAL!, D RVERY SATURDAY. RG(ESI'ENCEIR, Editnr. I a e. Ti.LEPtONE NTUMBER 7. SJoeual of Mdiso" Parish. Journal Fifth District vee Bloard, School Board, lice Jury and Town of llulah. I'i Anrux n" ADVACF. .Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tall- i La., as second,-class mail 1 , under Act of Congress I lreh 8, 1879. AL is not responsible for said opinions of correPpondents in its columnis. a, LA., MARcu l4, 1914 I ed d System Gleanser. the winter months impurities 0, your bWood bocomeed impu: e r your kidneys, liver, and I to work, causing s-,-called Fever." You feel tired,weak SE!ctrie Bitters-the spring system cleanser--l what you st amnlate the kidneys, liver to healthy action, expel and restore your andambition. Electric you feel hkA new. Start troatment-it will put you for your spring work. All Druggists, 50c &$1.00. fmss & Co., Phladbis or IEMIMAL OF MR rng the removal of kk Examiner Young Hall furnishes two ons for his action. poncerns the refusal off iner to discharge an whose...

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