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’Give Lines Back With Proper
Reservations.’ Cornell Head
Tells I. U. Alumni.
A pledge of renewed aid to Indiana
university was made last night by 200
former students and alumni of the uni
versity, who gathered at a banquet at
the Claypool hotel to commemorate the
100th anniversary of the founding of the
Dr. Jacob G. Schurman, president of
Cornell university, was the principal
speaker. At an election which followed
the address Herman G. Deupree was
ejected president of the Indiana Alumni
association of Indianapolis, Mrs. Creed
Myers Cagwin was elected vice presi
dent, Albert Stump, secretary, and Mark
Helm, treasurer.
Dr. Schurman pointed out the value of
education in developing individualistic
tendencies in men and women.
A prediction, made more than a half
century ago by Carl Sehurz, that Amer
ican soldiers would triumph over Eu
ropean soldiers because of their individ
ualism, had been fulfilled, President
Schurman said.
Discussing the need for preserving the
system which aids in developing this
individualism, under which he said the
country had grown great, he pleaded for
more liberal pay for teachers.
“We have arrived at a point in Amer
i<e where we may go to one or two
extremes—adopt the Plumb plan an
turn the railroads over tq ihe workers
or return them to their owners without
reservations of any sort," he said, and
declared he favored the return of rail
roads to their owners, with proper safe
guards for the public.
James D. Mitchell, president of the.
rudianapoMs Alumni association. was
toastmaster at the banquet. William L.
Inylor and Dr. Odah McMahan addressed
the alumni and Dr. William Lowe Bryan,
president of the university, sent a mes
sage expressing appreciation for the loy
alty of the Indiana altimni.
Attempt to Rob Home
Foiled; 3 Men Held Up
An attempt to enter and rob the home
of H. M. Talbott, 1336 North Delaware
street, was Interrupted by Georgp Baus
ley, colored, at 1:30 o'clock this morning,
when he opened fire on the burglar.
Bausley is employed by Mr. Talbott.
The intruder was trying to force a win
do*w. Sergt. Murphy and a squad of
police investigated.
Jewelry valued at $360 was taken from
the home of Mrs. Marcus Gunn, 3510
North Meridian street. Detectives say
the thief used a key.
Edward C. Wheeler, 209 North Persh
ing avenue, was held up and relieved of
$4 by a bandit at West Washington
and Traub streets. A few minutes later
L. H. Collins, 2024 West Washington
street, was held up aud robbed of $3.
Jacob Fuller, 1827 South Meridian
street, reported to the police that some
person stole SSO from him Tuesday
W. C. Hines, 802 North Illinois street,
proprietor of a restaurant, was struck
on the head by a negro and robbed of
$34.50 Tuesday afternoon.
Two Auto Victims
Ask $15,000 Damage
Judgments totaling $15,000 have been
asked In two personal damage suits.
Charles Duffy asks SIO,OOO against the
Jessup & Antrim Ice Cream Company,
alleging that he was struck by a motor
truck at Oliver and Holly avenues on
Dec. 13, last. The case was filed in
superior court, Room 1. Irene Slutzky
has filed a suit in the circuit court
against C. C. Raymond for alleged in
juries sustained when she was struck
by an automobile driven by Raymond.
Steps Off Moving
Gar; to Hospital
Karl Kelley, 24, of 514 North Alabama
street, was Injured today when he fell
Rnd was dragged by a street car near
his home. Motor Police Finney and
Lansing Investigated and found that
Kelley had attempted to get off the
street car, which did not stop at his
corner following hts ringing of the belt.
'His legs and hands were severely cut and
bruised. He was sent to the City hos
Huge Security Issue
Asked by Company
The Indiana Service corporation has
petitioned the public service commission
for permission to issue $13,649,800 in se
curities. The company is anew con
cern, which is being formed for the
purpose of taking over the Ft. Wayne
& Northern Indiana Traction Company,
which was recently bought by Percy
M. Chandler at a feceivers sale, for sl,-
300.000. According to the petition Chand
ler acted for bondholders of the com
State Sues for $703
Ditch Fund Deposits
File Stap.sbury, attorney general, has
filed suit in the Porter circuit court to
collect $703.57 from Brnest .T. Gardner,
former Porter county treasurer, for in
terest on ditch fund deposits. The state
hoard of accounts hAs held that ditch
fund Interest must be deposited with
public funds. Gardner is alleged to have
retained this amount.
Half a century breaking colds
is behind Dr. King’s New
T > ROM the little tots to grandma,
H every one in the family can use
this fifty-years-thc-standard remedy
in perfect safety and confident of bene
ficial results.
Incessant - coughing, disagreeable
grippe, stubborn cold promptly checked,
the phlegm dissipated, the congestion
Same high quality today as always.
Or, King's New Discovery lives up to
Its time-tested reputation. 00c. and $l.‘JO
a bottle.
, The Results of Constipation
are sick headaches, biliousness, nervous
ness, sallow skin, waste matter in the
body. Correct this undermining evil
with Dr. Kings Xew Life Pills. Fee!
good every day. Keep tha aystetn
cleansed. 25c. a botUe.
Cheats ‘Flu’ Reaper
by Birth of Twins
AURORA, 111., Jan. 21.—The life
of Mr . Edward Weis was saved by
her giving birth to twins, according
to Dr. O. S. Parker here today.
Mrs. Weis was near death from
influenza. Dr. Parker said he had
given tip all hope of saving her when
she gave birth to twins. Since that
time she has steadily improved.
“The birth of the babies saved
Mrs. Weis’ life,” -Dr. Parker said,
“by removing much of - the poisen
from her system."
Year Book Printing
to Begin on Feb. 1
Printers will begin work on the 1910
year book Feb. 1, according to Charles L.
Kettleborough, head of the legislative and
statistical bureau, who has charge of
the publication of the book. The print
ing will be done by the Ft. Wayne Print
ing Company, state printers.
Pettis Furniture at Savings ot 10 %
to 40 % and Half in Some Cases
The above reductions, in the face of the highest furniture prices known, tells
why this Semi-Annual Furniture Sale is of far greater importance than any
other furniture sale in our history. These prices are the result of determined
efforts in the past six months, during which time we accumulated thousands of
dollars y worth of furniture at the most favorable prices. Come and profit by
our foresight.
The Living Room
$290 Living Room Suite,
Two-piece overstuffed living room suite,
covered in high grade tapestry.
$225 Overstuffed Davenport,
Covered in high grade of tapestry.
$375 Living Room Suite,
The suite consists of three pieces of
overstuffed furniture, covered in a high
grade of velour and tapestry combined.
$352 Living Room Suite,
Three-piece overstuffed suite, covered in
artistic and beautiful tapestry.
S2BO Living Room Suite,.
Three-piece overstuffed living room
suite, covered in a good grade of tapestry.
$225 Davenport, $lB9
Overstuffed davenport, covered in a
high grade of tapestry.
$295 Living Room Suite,
Three-piece cane living room suite, up
holsler°d in fine grade of verdure tapestry.
Has two loose pillows, large size daven
port. and rocker to match.
$3lO Living Room Suite,
Three-piece overstuffed living room
suite, covered in an excellent grade of
$195 Davenport, $155
Large, massive overstuffed davenport,
covered in a good grade of tapestry.
Extraordinary Mattress Sale
$17.00 All-*Felt Mattress, $12.75
45-pound strictly all-felt mattresses, made of 100 per cent
cotton, roll edge, strap handles and round corners. Covered
in a good grade of art ticking. This is our regjilar sl7 mat
tress, marked special for the Semi-Annual Furniture Sale
at $12.75.
-THR TM EIW VOPK STO g® *£ EC. ST. 1853
Warrant Sworn Out by Aunt
of Woman Found in Canal.
Relatives of lalo Jones Shields, col
ored, 811 North Senate avenue, whose
body was found In the canal on the
morning of Jan. 1, today employed an
attorney to prosecute Lee Mason, 33, col
ored, 1022 Superior street, who is under
arrest on the charge of having slain the
Mason was arrested the day after the
body was found and was held on the
charge of, vagrancy. Later, the police
say, they verified his story of his actions i
on the night the woman was drowned |
and he was released. Saeretla Jones,
aunt of the dead woman, swore out a
warrant yesterday against Mason, charg
ing him with murder. Detectives Sneed
and Trabue arrested him last night.
A number of persons heard the woman
scream shortly after midnight and six
hours later the body was found south of
Military park. Mason and the woman
had attended a New Year's eve celebra
The Bedroom
S2BO Bedroom Suite, $237.50
Adam period, ivory enamel. Full bed
size, large dresser, full size vanity dresser
and chiffonier.
$125 Bow Front Bed, S9B
Adam period, bow front bed, In full
SBS Dresser, $69.50
Adam period dresser, in Ivory enamel
finish. Has fine plate mirror.
$125 Colonial Dresser, S9B
Large and massive colonial dresser, in
mahogany veneer. Has large plate mirror.
Bedroom Suite, $269.50
Adam period bedroom suite, in antique
SSO Chiffonier, $37.50
Ivory enameled William and Mary period
$454 Bedroom Suite, $360
Ivory enamel torch poster period bed
room suite, consisting of six pieces; large,
massive dresser: full size bed, triple mir
ror, dressing table, chiffonier, chair and
S9O Chiffonier, $72.50
Colonial style, mahogany chiffonier.
$125 Colonial Dresser, S9B
In mahogany veneer.
$45 Dressing Table, $35
Birdseye maple, plain, triple mirror
dressing table.
$65 Dressing Table, $45
Heavy colonial period dressing table,
ivory enamel finish, with triple mirrors.
$75 Louis XV Chiffonier,
Ivory enameled chiffonier, with deep
drawers and nicely finished.
$165 Two-Piece Bedroom
Suite , $129
Ivory enameled dresser and triple mirror
dressing table. Adam period, large and
tiou In an Indiana avenue case. They
left the place in a taxicab driven by a
•white man.
Only one bruise was found on the
woman's body. Coroner Robinson said
his verdict would be that death was dpe
to drowning under suspicious circum
Police Raid Gets Six
in East Court Street
The name of William Hiatt today ap
pears on six bonds as surety for the ap
pearance In court of a white woman, a
white man, two colored women and two
colored men, caught in a raid Tuesday
afternoon on an alleged resort at 614
East Court street. Hiatt, the police say,
was a deputy sheriff under George Coffin
a few years ago.
Lieut. Cos:.:, Patrolman McGee and Motor
Policemen Morarlty and Harris made the
raid. The prisoners gave their names as
Douglas Austin, 23; Elizabeth Higgins.
24; Will Clark, 29, all colored, 624 East
Court street; Virginia Reed, 28, white,
2401 East Washington street; Martin
Flannigan, 34, St. Louis, and Ethel Reed,
28, colored, 624 East Court street. Clark
Is charged with keeping a resort and the
others are held on statutory charges.
$45.00 William and Mary period library table, $35.00.
$45.00 Charles II solid mahogany rocker, $27.50.
$60.00 Chippendale period, open top desk, $42.50.
$27.75 wing rocker, upholstered In mulberry velour,
$49.75 Colonial period library table, mahogany veneered,
SIOO.OO fireside chair, covered with extra good grade of
tapestry, $59.75.
Proposal to Offer German In
demnity as Security to Allies.
PARIS, Jan. 21.—An immense inter
allied loan, guaranteed by German in
demnity, was proposed today by Minis
ter of Finance Marsal as the only meas
ure capable of enabling France to re
suscitate herself financially.
“We hope to accomplish this with
help from our friends In New York And
London,” said the finance minister.
British Iron Strike
Settlement Near
LONDON, Jan. 21.—Returns on the bal
loting of Striking Iron moulders early
today showed a great majority of the.
men in favor of returning to work.
The iron moulders have been out sev
eral weeks, keeping thousands of work
ers in affiliated industries idle.
The Dining Room
Nine-Piece Dining Room
Suite, $325
William and Mary period, mahogany
veneer, 60-lnch buffet, large table, china
closet, five genuine slip scat leather
chairs, host chair to match.
$375 Dining Room Suite,
Adam period mahogany finish dining
room suite, consisting of ten pieces.
Nine-Piece Dining Room
Suite, $325
William and Mary period, walnut
veneered dining room suite.
$450 Louis XV Dining
Room Suite, $290
A beautiful suite in Jacobean fi iish.
The suite consists of buffet, table, china
closet, serving table, fine slip-seat leather
chairs, host chair to match.
“Stickley” Finish Dining
Room Suite, $290
Ten-piece oak dining room suite In plain
$450 Louis XVI Dining
Room Suite, $369
Avery handsome and artistic suite In
American walnut, veneer finish. Buffet,
china closet, server, five chairs, host chair
to match.
$l6O Buffet, $75
Tudor period mahogany finish buffet,
sixty Inches in length with plate mirror.
—Pettis furniture dept., fourth floor.
Dominic Gary, With Gro
cers Baking Cos., Receives
New Inspiration.
Dominic Gary, baker with the Grocers
Baking Company of this city, now has
a personal Interest in the delicious light
brown, fluffy loaves he bakes.
When asked the reason for his renewed
efforts to produce the finest bread In the
iand’ he invariably answers, “I guess
it s because I enjoy good things to eat
myself. How'ever, that was not always
the case, for I had a very poor appe
tite before I began taking Pepgen.”
Mr. Gary lives with hia wife at 608 N.
Pine St., Indianapolis, and the pair are
happy In the knowledge that the hus
band has Anally found a tonic that Is
overcoming a poor health condition that
was rapidly growing to be a serious
In speaking of tho benefits derived
from the use of Pepgen, Mr. Gary says:
I "I saw Pepgen highly recommended In
the newspapers. Hoping that I might
derive some of the benefits which others
freely claim to have received I obtained
a bottle. Since taking, my food digests
letter and I am not troubled with those
{ terrible pains after eating. T can tell
| you, it has relieved me of a lot of suf
fering. I am very glad to recommend
I Pepgen. In my estimation it is a great
! medicine for t.he stomach—it is simply
splendid. If yon have any occasion to
j use such a remedy, don’t delay but give
j it an honest trial right away; It will
surprise you.”
Fepgen. the great natural tonic, is de
i signed to build up the muscular tissues
| and soothe the mucous membranes. In
digestion, dyspepsia, backache, rheuma
tism, sleeplessness and a hundred ills
arising from weakness are often ban
ished by its use. Tills is not a secret
remedy. The formula is printed on the
back of every package. It contains onlv
remedies\ of approved and recognized
merit. All of the Ingredients are care
fully selected and scientifically com
pounded by the special Pepgen process
in which neither sugar nor alcohol is
Pepgen is sold by Henry J. Huder's
Drug .Stores, Washington and Pennsvl
\anta streets, also lillnois and Michigan
streets, and by other leading dmg stores
everywhere. A trial will convince you
that you bate beet, missing much in not
having use.d thia medicine to help restore
you to health.—Adv.
“Sampling* ’ in Contests
Plays Havoc With Louis
ville Culinary Expert and
Writer—Tells Her Ex
: ~msm if/ # 1
Who Enthusiastically Indorse* Pepgen as
a Splendid Tonlo.
That even an expert, famed for her
ability to cook, is not immune to stom
ach trouble. Is demonstrated in the ex
perience of Mattie Lee Wehrley of Louis
Miss Wehrley, who lives at 906 South
Sixth street, has a wide reputation as an
authority In domestic science. She is the
author of mguy articles that have ap
peared In leading magazines on the sub
ject of southern cooking. She is also
the author of a book of “Handy House
hold Hints and Recipes.” She has trav
eled from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
from the lakes to the gulf, giving lec
tures and demonstrations of cooking, at
domestic science schools, women’s clubs
and fairs. Miss Wehrley is well known
to many Indianapolis people.
She has frequently been a judge in
cooking contests, which meant that she
would have to sample the cooking offered
by the various contestants. And as a
rule, wherever she went, there were plen
ty of cooks who Insisted upon her tast
ing some of their favorite dishes, in or
der to get her opinion of them. This
continual taking of “bites" here and
there was bound to have harmful effects,
sooner or later. Miss Wehrley says:
“Symptoms of stomach trouble began
manifesting themselves about a year ago.
I had attacks of indigestion.
“I had a tired, wornout. feeling. The
color had left my cheeks. My complexion
became sallow. T lost my "appetite and
began losing weight. I realized I
needed a good tonic, so I got Pepgen.
•Tepgen relieved my indigestion. 1 am
no longer affected by formation of gas
in mv stomach, even when I cat foods
that are known to be difficult to digest.
“My appetite has increased wonder
fully. I have gained five pounds in
weight. . .
“My complexion has cleared up and
my cheeks have a healthy color. I am
feeling quite my natural self again.
“I have a very high opinion as to the
merits of Pepgen and I shall be pleased
to recommend it whenever opportunity
presents Itself.”
Peppren may be obtained afc Henry
Huder’s Drug Store or from any lead
ing drug store anywhere.—Adv.
Avery penetrating liniment is
made from mustard, sassafras, men
thol and ammonia. It enters the
pores wlthoutt much rubbing and
does not blister. In severe cases of
rheumatism, lumbago and muscular
soreness this liniment should bo used
in conjunction with Pepgen Tonic.
You get it already prepared
at any first-class drug store. Ask for
“Pepgen Liniment. - ’ as that is the
name under which it is sold. —Adv.
Mrs. R. E. Morris Has Rea
son to Rejoice After
Using Pepgen.
The testimony of Mrs. R. E. Morris,
807 E. Fourteenth street, Indianapolis,
is most remarkable In that she had been
a sufferer with stomach trouble for
twelve years, before she found relief In
the use of Pepgen.
“Everything I ate caused distress,”
she says. “For six or eight weeks at a
time there was not a flay paased that
I was free from a terrible pain. Even
my complexion became affected. I had
a sallow look and sometimes I would
feel so badly I thought I was going to
The family of Mr. and Mm. ft. E.
Morris is well known here. Mr. Morris
is agent for the Clover Leaf Insurance
Cos.. an<j has an office in the K. of P.
“1 tried so many medicines without
aval! that I was completely discour
aged.” continues Mrs. Morris in her dis
course about the benefits she received
froqa Pepgen. “Recently I have been
reading the Pepgen ads in the Indian
apolis papers very carefully; finally I
decided to try it. I have taken Pepgen
only a short time and already I con
sider myself about free from stomach
trouble. This seems remarkable to me.
My complexion has cleared. Altogether
I feel greatly Indebted to Pepgen. and
therefore I most gladly recommend the
remedy to other sufferers.”
Everywhere the most prominent peo
ple will give testimony in praise of Pep
gen out of gratitude for the relief that
Pepgen brings, and because they believe
it is their duty to do so.
It is the humanitarian spirit to help
the “othcb fellow” If you' caD, that Is
the first thought of many men and
women who voluntarily tell what Pep
gen has done for them.
Hundreds of thousands have found It
an Ideal tonic, tissue builder and
strength maker. It reaches ills of the
stomach, kidney and liver and the com
mon maladies of the day—the strength
sapping, lethargy-creating ailments that
“get your nerve” whether you be mer
chant 4r artisan, employer or employe,
man or woman.—Adv.
Mrs. L, K. Growe of 910 East Twenty
second street, Indianapolis, recovering
from an attack of influenza last winter,
found, as did many others, that there
are after effects not easily remedied. For
a long time her stomach had been in a
weakened condition and a neighbor re
commemnded that she try Pepgen.
In telling her experience Mrs. Growe
gays: “My left side ached all the time
and was very sore. I was unable to do
housework for at least a month, and I
had no appetite. Since taking Pepgen I
nave a better appetite, sleep better and
my side Improved—lt does not ache and
the soreness has left me. I have already
gained two pounds.”
Mrs. Growe’s husband is a tool maker
with the National Motor Company, on
East Twenty-second street, not far from
their home. “I am willing to recom
mend Pepgen,” says Mrs. Growe, "be
cause It certainly helped me In many
ways. I am now able to do all my
housework.” —Adv.
“I thoroughly believe that Pepgen Is
as near to an Ideal tonic as will ever
be discovered,” says Mrs. F. E. Mc-
Comb, 2030 Cornell avenue, Indianapolis.
This statement coming from Mrs. Mc-
Comb bears a special significance as to
Pepgen's merits, as she was In a very
run-down state of health when she
started to take it
The McCombs are well known here.
Mr. McComb has charge of the feed de
partment of the Acme-Evans Milling
Company on Blackford street. Before
her marriage Mrs. McComb was a book
keeper at the Model Laundry on East
Ohio street. It was during her three
years of service with this firm that
stomach trouble began to grow on her.
In relating her experience Mrs. Mc-
Comb says: “I first learned of I’epgen
from my aunt, Mrs. Edwards, who
on West Pratt street. She indorsed it
so highly that I decided to try it.
“I had stomach, kidney and bladder
trouble. Everything I ate caused gas
to form and my kidneys did not act
normal. AVhile I have taken Pepgen
only a short time I am greatly relieved.
I am not annoyed with acid stomach
and 1 can eat anything now without bad
after effects.
“My kidneys are acting normal and I
believe it will only be a little while
until I am an entirely well woman.”
Pepgeik is sold by Henry J. Huder's
Drug Stores, Washington and, Pennsyl
vania streets, also Illinois and Michi
gan streets, and by other leading drug
stores everywhere.—Adv.
Mrs. August P. Wacker Jr.
Tells Experience and
Gives Trustworthy-
Mrs. August P. Wacker, Jr., nurse, 2917
West Tenth street, Indianapolis, has long
been an attendant upon the sick, and sho
is therefore unusually well qualified to
give advice relative to eating.
“Eat whatever you desire,” Is her
slogan nowadays. "No matter how rich
the food it can not hurt you if you take
Pepgen,” she says.
Mrs. Wacker speaks from personal ex
perience. She further states: “I had a
terrible case of indigestion. All of my
fooi* seemefl to sour and ferment in my
stomach. Asa consequence I had fre
quent headaches that throbbed and
pained until I thought the top of my
heqd would split in two.
“I tried everything. I dieted. I grew
worse and worse. My stomach became
so sorely affected that even bread and
butter would bring on a bad spell of In
“I saw Pepgen advertised and decided
to try it. To my surprise I soon found
that I conld eat whatever I desired and
no trouble from indigestion afterwards.
“After my delightful experience I am
telling all of my patients about Pepgen.
Many of them have tried it and coin
cide with me that it is a splendid tonic.”
Those who wish to know more about
Pepgen may do so at Henry J. Huder's
Drug stores, Washington and Pennsyl
vania streets, Illinois and Michigan
streets, and from all other first-class
drug stores. —Adv.
Nature has many strange laws which
the human family have been ’
in finding out. Some of these laws are
of a prohibitive character and v.e often
hear of people who say they can not eat
certain things because of the condition
of their stomachs.
Mrs. Jennie Wallace, 1436 Cornell ave
nue, Indianapolis, was denied the pleas
ure of eating many kinds of fruits and
vegetables for three years. But since she
has been taking Pepgen, nature has re
moved the cause of her distress and now
she enjoys a diet unsurpassed by any
Mrs. Wallace is the wife of the late
assistant manager of the National Life
and Accident Insurance Company, with
offices In the Lcmcke building on East
Market street. She says: “For three years
I suffered with stomach and liver trouble.
After eating I would bloat and gas -
would form in my stomach. I would
have sharp pains in my right side. To- *
matoes and all kinds of fruit seemed to
make me feel worse than other food. A
friend recently recommended Pepgen to
me and I am now able to eat tomatoes
without any bad effect. The medicine
has given me a good appetite, my food
digests well, and my general condition
greatly Improved. j'
“I have recommended Pepgen to a great
many people. I can also say that my
daughter Ruth, who Is seventeen, took
Pergen for indigestion and it greatly ben
efited her.”—Adv.
Mrs'.. Lillie Crouch Adds
Her Name to Scores of
Pepgen Boosters Who
Live on Prominent
“I was unable to eat a hearty meal.”
says Mrs. Lillie Crouch, 2107 Columbia
avenue, Indianapolis, “and I was also
nerrous. I tried a great many different
patent medicines and I thought when I
nought the first bottle of Tepgen, it was
money fooled away. But. I soon found
out differently—l began to improve. I
hive now taken several bottles and I can
truthfully say I can eat all kinds of food
and as much as I want without any dis
tress. .
“I sleep fine anil my nerves aFe much
stronger, in fact, I feel better in a great
many ways.”
Thousands of people know bow It feels
to be half sick and how much better they
can work when they aTe well. Work is
a drudgery when the body is attacked
by Ills. Indigestion, bloating, gas forma
tions after meals make you very nervous.
You A ean not sleep at night and ;grow
haggard-looking. Pi Ins in the stomach,
headache, dizziness and constipatkuJ, add
to your discomfort.
Pepgen has given splendid relief.—Adv.
Efficiency Is Largely In
creased by the Addition
of Senna Leaves.
There is probably no better laxative
known than pure cascara, but cascara
alone will not always relieve an aggra
vated case of constipation.
Senna leaves have been used from time
immemorial to relieve a congested condi
tion of the bowels and never yet has any
thing been diseoverft to soTpass their
effects. But senna leaves alone, like car
cara alone, will not always answer tha
problem. To get best results senna
leaves and cascara should be mixed. A
little dose of each it like two small horses
pulling together in the same direction,
they always out-pull one large horse of
equal weight.
To get right proportions of each in
gredient requires a chemist’s skill, but
you can obtain tablets, already prepared,
under the name of Pepgen Laxative Tab
lets. at Huder’s Drug Stores, or anyU
other first-class drug store.
When constipated It is a good idea to
take Pepgen Laxative Tablets in connec
tion with Pepgen -Tonic. The tablets
keep the bowels open, while the tome
acta as a general builder, furnishing
strength through the liver, stomach and

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