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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 December 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal i V i II I I l l . . . . . . . SFIRE DESTROYS GREAT EI~DSON PLANT %.: . . 40· as , _ý ý! ý.. 4 11ýý e Photographs taken during the burning of the Edison company's big plant at West Orange, N.. The property 4u-drofyed was valued at 7,000.000. ISLE OF MARKEN FLOODED - - ? y ".. ''. ::- : " "?": .... . . The Isle of Marken, in the Zuyder Zee, known to nearly every Amerlca. i sufering from floods caused by the cutting of the dikes in Flanders of its streets is here shown, with natives rowing about in their gardena WITH THE GERMANS IN EAST PRUSSIA BEAUTIFUL CHURCH LAID IN RUINS erman soldiers grding an outpoet In Iast Prussia, near the Russian , pusln raway the time by studytnl war pictures. The lower pho- w serm un supply column making it way to the base of supplies. BEAUTIFUL CHURCH LAID IN RUINS :1* ,~Lg-,Cmw4, *~t *p t m Is GERMAN WINTER HELMETS . . .. .. These are two types of knitted hel mets adopted by the Germa...

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. — 26 December 1914

adison Journal. every Saturday morning. . ntree . Manager, grav 'al Journal of .Msdison Parish. Fifth District Levee, tion ,Madlis.n Parisi School Board and Village of Tallulah. I C tered an. 10l 193 at Tallulah. La.. post oSre as second mail mtter under Act of CGngress of March 3. 1879. that be Joar.al is n re 4rnsiabie for the views end opinions corre.p '.l nts, which may appear in its columns. driv( aU, Ma aliii ,arish, La., Sat+.-lay. December 26, 1914. WhIo The weather and bills are both unsettled. leda siip. McAdoo's "better tunes" must be corn- havi: Emperor h'rans o-wupn of Austria is une> ying again. His death seems to have been unac cc+assarily delayed. che S Demccratic congressman by their vote on the prohibition bill indicated a loss of interest it the states-rights doctrine, corts General Scott has nearly succeeded in ting pursuading the Mexicans to stop killing; fa1l Americans cn the border. He reports prog' wor ress tha' The cotton loan fund will be ready just si...

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. — 26 December 1914

'ANi3 O~IR I~~ I N :11; t il::;: :1 1 t \ent J liC", the l' ve e tut Nii) utlah it:1 t;)% - t, B. \ttA:''1, of \\ aver.y gaff M. 1. .,i. I)it\ttn, 4+e; sl er T ;,, ýi1ll .. It ofTaliuiah Small l a i' V ida. wesget ofi {er .k-ter. Mr±. Ett Ht.4a+"tln, t k'nt' ttfi r Itl t 1 oI - (t:I ' l j . -c · t l' j h~' oº.te at Mane ti ar. F. X. I." l,(a lrke I ~pday. -ttr) lt *it w."r. i:, tt, \ 1t - V~. H'. `,'i \arl uuu'I Neal yti.t: Maunsfordl ?7.CF( in~ Londay. . . il. bea returnedt,. this V.tº u ht e ttegret to ceare th Mr. k~t ~~'~ pI~f 1i Jet·t 1.1,t 'I'ail;ui, i ~rt'g I' knt 1i Crtllies, it" t'+,C li.e muny 1rmeot:,'. of Rec. V. r . ; iiI be lt b t '". itj 6:. cu r; Lursatti tt, "'lu 1-. the neit yea r. A.J. S,"vie'r. Jr.. L. Md. - Joh!in. I. Yvtet~r anlli "' m' r spent part :f ;rt~t"ý- I `Tick;Iluurg.t n J. lmiiulrrniati. ft iiQ l ellpt tii:t. Oil.-ll 11 , lPt- pre¶bt. ..M.ithl re Kaut; iean. for ginner:. ti~p;:tt; tl?. t Iinal~ I e it * Ij4 blesr 4)j e't1 d in lkdikonl to Dtc. R_ B. O...

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. — 26 December 1914

he Last Shot FREDERICK PALMER (Caopriga .1914, b Charle Scriboer a Soos) SYNOPSIS. At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta Galland and mother, entertaining Colonel Wester of the Grays., see Captain Lanstron, staff intelligence officer of the Browns. injured by a fall in his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerling. nominal vice but real chief of staff, reinforces South La Tlr, meditates on war, and speculates on the comparative ages of himslf and Mar ta who is visiting In the Gray capital. Westerling calls on Marta. She tells him of her teaching children the follies of war and martial patriotism, begs him to pre vent war while he is chief of staff, and predlcts that if he makes war against the Browns he will not win. On the mar'h with the 53d of the Browns Private Stran sky, anarchist, decries war and played out patriotism and is placed under arrest. Colonel Lanstron overhearing, begs him off. Lanstron calls on Marta at her home. He talks with Feller. the gard...

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. — 26 December 1914

'Education al Co-Operative of America S VEspecialfm tt i asFwegre.iw Agricua.itu Eats brings its sown reward. a ends seem to justify the b words are only too frequently g - egg seldom grows good as he I: esL out for open grain bins and c colts I farming early in life, and a - the day. a Sa bundle of habits-woman a e of bundles. boy who smokes cigarettes will t many regrets. t dollars to doughnuts that the a calf becomes the measly cow. s deepest chuck-hole is just be- t the pavement of good intentions. iL dust mulch on the Bible is not the a way to grow a crop of right living. secret of winter eggs is good c good care, and good manage- a farmer who has any wisdom at a woet be a lifetime finding out how t is no fool like the one who I with his money before it is t euently when a farm has been ed" It has rather been detri- d appy is the farmer who can go to c when he pleases, and come away 4 tative is one of the rare things the world, and correspondingly 1 I Is entirely proper that a ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 December 1914

-------- - - - - '. INGS OF THE SEVEN T DAYS ARE BRIEFLY F TOLD HERL ROM AROUND THE PLANET ODispatohes From Our Own and For eing Countries Are Here Given in Short Meter for Busy Readore. LATE WAR DEVELOPMENTS Hand to hand fighting is reported from the trencheos n the north of Frnce. The Germans have been oust ed from several points with the bay. onet. Four British ships were sunk by mines near the scene of the late born bardment. It is supposed the German oruisers dropped the deadly monsters as they steamed away. All Berlin Is rejoicing and spirits are reviving over the feat of the late bombarding squadron. They had been much depressed by the disastrous de feat of Von Spee near the Falkland islands. Four German cruisers bombarded three towns on the east coast of Eng land Wednesday. The towns were Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby. Much property was destroyed and some 74 civilians of all classes killed and 147 injured. The squadron es caped in the fog. An appropriation of $2,286,006...

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. — 2 January 1915

4 IE MADISON JOURNAL. Ei'. BROS., Pub'lher 4 TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY, .IANUIAIIl , 1915 NEW SEIRIES--\ IL . :N. EWS 1f TOLD y" THE SEVEN ARE BRIEFLY HERE. THE PLANET ' Our Own and For. t Are Here Given f it Meter for Readers. EVELOPMENTS. west, the Germans ;e Russians in East is continue their of but the advances chamber of depu. r of preparations for in the war against * was taken imme nnouncement by the of another attack pen the Portuguese a a, in West Africa. r Ie advantages won ng the Yser have I me exaggerated re no now occupy good ( on Saturday from c ment. Along their se the Germans are c and strengthening rced concrete. The continue their so tinually reconnoiter ts of the German orces on the line of Warsaw are directing 1 i-attack agalast the I Raw. and the Pil repeos declare that I ev. nated. bee I ns of Zebrugge and I bes bemabarded by Ipm. o6 divfWte Germa, the Agiae at t 4 I a taking p Prance. a o .toecorn º . New says( i vGth his santre Pm Berlin...

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. — 2 January 1915

DOCTOR JORDAN, PEACE ADVOCATE Among the peace advocates of the United States, place in the front rank must be accorded Dr. David Starr Jor dan, chancellor of Leland Stanford university, because of his consistency / / and persistency. Everywhere and at * all times he spreads the doctrine of universal peace and disarmament. No sooner did Representative Gardner S and others begin their campaign for more adequate national defenses than Doctor Jordan sprang into the arena and hurried East on a lecture tour. Japan, he declares, is financially un able to carry on a war against us, and by the time the present war is over, lasting international peace will have been assured by the pacifist move ment. "Politicians start all this war scare and war talk," he says. "They do it to bring themselves into the limelight. Every naval officer knows that the outlay of millions for arma ments is not for efficiency, but waste. Every military officer knows the same thing. Soldiers are police. They only beco...

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. — 2 January 1915

ews of the Wee ..for Read PRINCE RUPPERT AND BAVARIAN OFFICERS ii A ,' 2Q. rt, commander in chief of the Bavarian troops (hand on hip), surrounded by his aides and dlvi Swatching the movements of his soldiers in the fighting around Dirmude, where the Bavarian. Isen especially directed against the British forces. SUPREME COURT AS NOW CONSTITUTED ecial photograph of the ghest tribunal in the land, showing the personnel of the court as It with uAssociate Justice James C. McfReynolds in place of the late Justice Lurton. Back row, M ahlona Pitney, Willis Van Devanter, Joseph Rucker Lamar and James C. McReynolds. to right-Justiefs William R. Day, Joseph McKenna, Edward Douglas White (chief Justice), Oliver sad Charles R. Hughes. URS MONUMENT DECORATED ., Y ~* i4 we: Iýý q"i . ' ···· ::.:i-- -= i.::..i .. . . , .. : .·· , . . Ua-moument at Parts, which for years has been draped la tIhu. days of war gayty decorated with flags and flowers. URD GERMAN SPY AT BACCARAT d4 . ,. . . . .. . 4 4...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 January 1915

ting Season Is now 0 PE N11 You are hearing now the song of Bob: White. It's "Good Night" wheu our N S Guns and Shells are used. Bang Bang it Ve "I ft w Mr. Hiss edict a poli eighteen tI p against' looks bad"r of atroc-i ces y wishes to its the time again called upon toE concnusion of a 1914. We hope parper in 1915 e mng from the to the several lynch is still in progress. yof a damageing obtained, but as yet noi given agaist those in then ngrs., Evi may be sudiient to fasten ain individuals so far asn concerned, but it will re and rmore positive proof to I vict. Such evidence will dment was offered to the im I now pending in Conges, the Ich was to strike outhe literacy unendment was defeated. Tin resent needs more workers and Education is in fact respon any other factor, for the the famn to the city. A bug g of the plow and the long way towards clearing What we need is workmen to Sl out an spphicarjou blank in a labor f 'Sati. C thee y a bot i. tenah of ah.* thr rou'lh ztemdMd his ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 January 1915

of Kings was iuilfoil. of Omega., Tallulahll Monday $. Long. of Delta a Tallulah Friday. Ilss, Of ViCksburg here this week. of St. louis in 'ldr'n in Tallulah. alds ud DI)othea E. today t, resume at the Normal. bara and (;eneive .-visiting Mrs. Lucas I regrets to learn of mis' LIueille l'en in Roosevelt. Brown has been *v s in Lake I'rovi B!oom will return s 6unday nigat to dies. Gladney, of New Or frasday in Tallulal. his business affairs x. i)eMnMs, manager stoe spent Wednes Belgasnn, of Vicks Tallulaih this week 10. IRevee, of West usitina the family of Gaines this week. Speed went to Vicks to visit Mr. T. P. is in the Sanitariunl 0. Mollt.gmnervwent , teturnlig Wednes *"&. O)ddum spent. dthis week at his old ing Thursday. year cause with such day that it: dmuld menr for a while. Gralham, of Lake Swas one of the o ut for the dance last , Bird Luster, .f Ed Swas the guest of Jiss Alime Luster. last Tuesday. . Twedtdle was called rday by3 the death Mr. Dave. who, suddenly ther...

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. — 2 January 1915

The Last Shot! FREDERICK PALMSER Ir- ribht 191& by Charles Scriboer Sons) (Copyright. 1914. by C 8 SYNOPSIS. At their hornm. on the frentier between the Brrwna ant (;rays Mart.a ;tllanrl and her m.the,.r. entert:;ining c'lt.-l \' ter ling of th.. ';rat)M. "e . .apt ' n I;ra str. ra. staff itnt. IliKge'. itft-r if t"' itwnlS, injured ky a ftll itn his ., " ' T n yar r I Wlt,.r. \'-4t,.rlrnt. 1'n n .tl n"" I l , t reial chlI..f of l ;.ff. r .'in ." S :'h. L. T ir. Irr i,-,Jiat. a ,1i w ar. r, .1 _ I',t. ' ,1-' t h e , '.ru a ra tc . , ,. f . I ~ if ,: ta r ta. who Ir visitln in. . " . In tiU. ,',,Mt .r i:n, r 1,:I, , trI .' . ., r,':14 Iarh . of rer te hirtrIne; *il lr.r n1 f"t"U cani n .,rt,,l p ,ttra.t . n ,  -  ,. t . i vent war w hi-- I.e I 'r , ! n .rreh-ilt that if I . lake. war .et :r t ' rwans h,. ',.tll not irn (in t., r" :,r lh with the heI ,f t el:r .wns I'lt, r tn skV. anar Ist.. . ai. wa * r ,I I.. ,' - o h I .;LNanhtr,.r, ,.. :ma .. t oft. La .sctr n aIls rn...

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. — 2 January 1915

, HEADACHY, CASCARETS" leanse your liver and ulugish bowels while you sleep. a ueent box. a ldache, biliousness, dlzzi eoagd tongue, foul taste and foul ys trace them to torpid dlid, fermenting food in the rager, gassy stomach. matter clogged in the in instead of being cast out em is re-absorbed into the this poison reaches the -lis tissue it causes con gd tha( dull, throbbing, sick he. immediately cleanse the inove the sour, undigested Owl gases, take the excess se liver and carry out all ted waste matter and i the bowels. to-night will surely you out by morning. They you sleep-a 10-cent box druggist means your head h sweet and your liver regular for months. Adv. BY FLOWING WATER Effect it is Recorded to Had on a Disor dered Mind. 1s some power in the sight of flowing water which disordered human mind," n who has had some au alienist. "I remember of a case up in the Adl aee that called my atten tact. on the shore of a lake, I. He was not very vio la a nervous way. He keep still for...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 January 1915

WAR PRISONERS TO CAMP Scene in the village of Pau, Frauce. where the entire population has turned out to see a column of 300 Germn prisoners being escorted to the French camp by their captors. for FRENCH FINISH c IN TRENG S Ti Soldiers Welcome Brief est and d First Chance to C Clothes.li JOKE OVER TH R PLIGHT tr fe Mudosted Infantrymen Tell of Their il Lifeo at Front-Only il Left of 2o0 In Original Olpany - Kill s Germane '. Get Cloths. t Stb By GAtJRIEL DELAGARUE. Correspond ent of the Chicago Dally News. h Amlnas, France.-I have Just passed t two dys ton a tiny hamlet near the di *tfiat between Arrs and Albeer, sleep- n "lg on straw and living on I ,ead and o sardines. Prench batteries a 'few hun dred yards away thundered intermit- tl tontly. My companlons were 190 R S French nfantrymen, who were quar ` toted there for four days to rest otafter S 47 consecutve days In the trenches. By this time they must have resumed r their old postltioe on the frlrg line. The frst man with whom ...

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. — 9 January 1915

THE MADISON JOURN TREE IR (ON., Publishers TAliA lI, l, MAI)ION PARISH, IAI II INA, SATURDAY, IANI AIY 9, 1915 SIGHT FOR IPPING BILL SENATORS WILL THE ADMINISTRATION RCE MEASURE. INISHED BUSINESS rs Assert That It Will Situation, as Ships Be Purchased. -Government purcnase posed in the adminis to create a shipping board, ,090,000 shipping corpora not to exceed $30.000, purchase or chartering of is the foremost issue of 46 to 29, the Senate purchase bill the unfin , to be supplanted only on bills. This action t that the measure w:1l opposition. Charging that b being made to rush the e haste, Republican sen them Senators Gallinger. Root, served notice that would be fought to the members of the Commerce fled a report, asserting would not relieve ship s because it would be to get ships enough to do Oae of the measures upon eat Wilson is insisting. y Shops Resume. cisco.-After nearly a hMleness Southern Pacific lacramento, Cal., Bakers Sarks. Nev., Oakland, Cal., Ore., Dunsmir, Cal., Ogd...

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. — 9 January 1915

he Ike otel tfa en." luck her let fall d from How aring to who had wickedly o saw the who picked both name k for fur saington en her envelope ton at the Sea ppolnted that ed by mail she did not Jack Bassington's e to an en4 and he o the city. ithout a family and home in the clte itself he was free to live where his fancy and pocketbook dic tated. He went directly from the sta tion to the address he had seen in the cdrner of the envelope addressed to Lily Brayton. When he caught sight of the brown stone front house that bore the num ber he had pjzt carefully down in his notebook Bassington whistled softly and delightedly. Just under the number a small brass plate informed passers-by that there were vacant apartments within The maid who answered his ring led him into the little office and there he made arrangements to occupy the daintily furnished room on the third foor. When Lily returned two days later Mrs. Brayton sighed. Her daugh ter's eyes were shadowed and her smile seemed less...

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. — 9 January 1915

Sews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal FEEDING A PYTHON BY MACHINERY y . . huge Indian python in the Chicago zoo, went on a hunger strike some months ago and was steadily to death. So Cy De Vry, the animal keeper, obtained a gun used to feed sick animals. It looked pp, crossed with a sausage grinder, and it did its work effectually, fifty pounds of food being packed ip. FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD IN CONFERENCE list photograph made of the federal reserve board in conference in the board room. Left to right eare: Secretary of the Treasury W. G. McAdoo, Comptroller of the Currency John Skelton Wil C Miller., Frederic A. Delano, Dr. H. Parker Willis (secretary). W. P. G. Harding. Paul Warburg and (governor). WALLS IN SHATTERED ULLE - the rain of brick and stone. ING THE LINES BLINDFOLDED ail .ý 4 H on side or tone other on the battle front in western Europe e admitted to the lines of th enemy for negotiations, but t as shown n this photo of a Grma o ' '' :" ...

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. — 9 January 1915

e5l e Mason Journal.1 Pablished every satnrday morning. George Spencer . Editor W. L. Rountree ........M. Manager Official Journal of Madiison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madis.,n P'arish Schor,l Board awl Vil!a.ea of Tallulah. Thay , .-in. 10 19I,:3 al Taui!ubh. La.. post office as secn c:J'4 mail ma.t'*r iunor Act of t |rg'.s. ef latrch 3. L~79. The .Journal i n rc,tor.itblc for the views and ojpinions of curret p;)v, ents. which may arpear Im its comiumlls. Tallulal:. `:. i +:, n pariah, La., Sat uday, .'anuary, 9 1915. An cpiilemn c cf lcci:-jaw is still preval ent among the ti' t-'"::ds. Dollar and a half wheat will make corn cakes very acceptable next year'. Plant a pl:nty early. In the local colux:ais will be found men tion (of an agricultural fair that is being discussed for the four alllvial pari:;hes. New York boa,....: :t two hundred thou sand more unemployed thi.; year than for the preceeding year. If the presert weather continues and the roads are dragged, thle...

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. — 9 January 1915

PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE. R. p. P l'urnell, of Afton, Friday in Tallulah. SJ. B. (allway, of OLmega, TWednesday ill Tullulah. rt O. . i'i-hop,l of W ayside, inlay in Tallulah. ,n SW. c1'. Sevier, of Islingn --N te wl in town M. i day. Del amb.le Ji,, Alexander, of otl wa idne twn Wednesday. Oed . . Kll Crup, manager on ti & Bozenan at Wav',rly, Ba in Tallulah Friday. oF t --e lo-r 0bayou, ere r.J. L. ('aosn left Friday for Du ale, Miss., where he will, Co ori-ed for several moutl.s. thi iur. GeE. Se. ovier,of Atlanta, kakh. To .ednesday. ed r. T. P. Kell, of King, La.. d through Tallulah Tues "on his. way h e. esors. GW.rW. and J. i). S$ , of the lower bayou, were! Own Friday., rn. lohert CI . Wyo klilfe, ofe. atn Rure, was the guest this of Mies Amy Holmes. rl.ge E. C. Montgomery made Isiness trip to Rayville thiss a E. Yerger, I p.n rt Friday i An sburg. an. A. L. Stout, formerly of lnlah, was vir itinu here tnus S1ises Enlerk orl Thelma Jo hn ~twho have ~een with their kets ...

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. — 9 January 1915

ENDS DYSPEIi, INDIGESTION, GAS "Pape's Diapepsin" cures sick, sour stomachs in five minutes -Time It! "Really does" put bad stomachs in order-"really does" overcome Indiges tion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five minutes-that-Just that-makes Pape's Diapepsin the lar gest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructato sour, undigested food and tl acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath ) foul; tongue coated; your insides filled 1 with bile and indigestible waste, re- ir member the moment "Pape's Diapep- ' sin" comes in contact with the stomach 1" all such distress vanishes. It's truly tt astonishing-almost marvelous, and \t the joy is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia pepsin will give you a hundred dollars' : worth of satisfaction. w It's worth its weight In gold to men and women who can't get their stomn- c achs regulated. It belongs in your o1 home-should always be kept handy t, in ca...

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