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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 April 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915 NEW SERIE--VOL. 3 NO. 1 DON As WITHHELD ?*S TAKE PRECAU PRESERVE NEU* . IRALITY. KEPT INFORMED Relating to German to President as Received. tions of strict the United States to secrecy on all infor to the movements or So German raider Print tied up at Newport .DSels intformed Presl the Prnts Eltel still News All messages Isp were commulncat paet as soon as re a b inding snow storm Uhslsl ca torm wnich naval offcers rovmlded an Ideal oppor I el to escape, spread that the ship might oat to run the cordom of 'esery ocials declined any belligerent er departed. making Im -es tra t reslatiomns at the warship hostile hears had elapsed. t In wae quarters the seeape of the b-en ready s a dash. a t took added rmet and domestic weording the time of oe seading any her, for fear at ea mlgbt pick and asse Germany )Sinmpliant of Violation REnce arren. assemt of a proposed at the Germea steam ...

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. — 10 April 1915

AN AMERICAN MYSTIC Francis Grlerson, the American mystic who was brought up on the prairies of Illinois, is recognized to day as one of the most mysterious and enigmatic figures in the world. He is able to do things that lead to the belief that he is something more than human. His prophetic gifts have astounded the greatest of living scientists;. he can sit at the piano and for hour after hour improvise the most beautiful of music, to the won der and delight of the world's great est musicians; his writings i Englian and French, both prose and poetry. have won the warm praise of the most exacting critics. Born in England, Grierson was reared in Illinois, and as a youth made his debut as a musical prodigy in Parts. Because of his wonderful improvisations he became at once the musical celebrity of the day and was heard and feted in most of the capi tals of Europe. Later in life he grad ually abandoned music for 4tterature, and he has written some notable books. One of the best of them ...

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. — 10 April 1915

fews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal S ONE OF AUSTRIA'S GREAT SIEGE GUNS 'a,,• '-_. 1 S_ 4. .":' •. :..:. ,,ak etthe big Austria. guns which have iLeen used with such great effect against the Russians. Sew Sseem bringing a NO-pound shell along wooden tracks to be loaded Into the gun. Below. at the - f Austrian trmenha. AIR FIGHT RESULTS FATALLY ."L"p t t:e t" et* ra st ti:w. t .. . M O .. s mrodefs npetare Dhv imp dad hbad fast dnoped a lomb a aud lees started .crow s e s es. The esparlees of the of thme aeropla e jst below hreted as atir paket i sd was dashe to the earth almost at the boet o some SA N 1tI kre shows BStlt' mchmae as It headed or the earth. he agroadi It termed apletely over. The photograph was Whipple. stat photographer of the Aafmated Weekly. GERMANS WRITING HOME - S. Geum msatoum e smmlea bh t w r" . BRITISH MILITARY CROSS ' I cc I The military cmrs is a new British decoration which can be won omly by a mptan. a commiasoed oAeer of...

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. — 10 April 1915

e Madison Journal. every7 Iturday morning. * Spe cer ............. ................... .......... Editor xt. Rowntree .................................... anager J arnrl o Madison Parish, Fifth District Leves SMadin Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Jan. 10 190 at-fallulah, La., post office as seond" -eI matter under Act of Congress of March 8 1879. ais not responsible for the views and aiom ts, which may appear in its a a diso Parish, La., Saturday, April10, 1915, .se spelling grades, as published else. in this issue of the Journal, shows the work of the schools of this parish favorably with that of any other France has finally concluded to pay foi cargo of cotton on board the ship Dacia, understood that a liberal settlemeni be made for the cargo. The Dacia in t is therefore closed. The German ciuser, Printz Eite , as been interned, and will stean olw where she will remain tied uw the remainder of the. European war, crew will he bound nct to further par in the war. The ...

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. — 10 April 1915

y-'t an BEataaa it isn't a Kodak Make Somebody Happy With. a Kodak i A Folding Pocket Kodak 2 1-2x4 1.2 Price, $15.00 have a complete line of aks at prices to fit any se. Ask to see them. ULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. SP. schedule has ly revised, same d ISunday next. s 'nuance of tiese h ilys large strings l in tinlumerous. I April term of the I legin Monday.t4 Oramp, manager R. Richardsol on n in town Tuesday. L a~el, of Scratch w r-twn this week. it M a,1 daathter, qat several days J' at last week. P Sof Dallas:  own one day wlo has re. hI medicine in r three yeaars, "a~deen,,Ala., taed in the b. has Iany l w will Ie Forrv to our midst, but t -enw that hle has S re he is. .. U Bard. . of lehurch services' I. W. Thomasof . ldeI dhiurch ito 'hs. W. Daej s. * tunday visit. aibsh. . l McDowell, el were visiting ius . ir , John Do.e , of Way. lab this week. is S. at Englewoot wa huriedl the lest li lad heen sick at and her leatha to her frieInds . rs. Kerlin at heft da Igl.8 *r, os her wss. '...

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. — 10 April 1915

THE i Black Is White by GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON ILLUSTRATIONS by RAY WALTERS (Copirlbl. 1UN by Dodd, i ad t Gomsar) CHAPTER I. -1 The Message From the Deep. The two old men sat in the library eyeolg the unresponsive blue envelope that lay on the end of the long table nearest the fireplace, where a merry but unnoticed bed of coals crackled fiercely in the vain effort to cry down the shrieks of the bleak December wind that whistled about the corners of the house. There was something maddening in the fact that the envelope would have to remain unopened until young Fred ertick Brood came home for the night. They fbond themselves wondering it by say chance he would tall to come Ia t all. Their hour for retiring was ten o'clock, day tn, day out Up to half-past nine they discussed the blue envelope with every Inmate of the house, from Mrs. John Des S mod, the housekeeper, down to the aoleskees but eloquent decanter of port that stood between them, first on the are of ope chair, then the oth...

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. — 10 April 1915

All Used Up? back ache constantly? Do sarp twinges when stooping Do you feel all used up cold just go no further? weskhess brings great discom with backache. headache.  ad urinary disturbances it is oge feels all used up.  idney Pills have cured thou - such cases. It's the best special kidney remedy. Arkina C.. Mrs. A. E. Clan ton. Warren. Ark.. says: "The first symptom of my kidney trouble was a dull ache in the small of my back. Mornings I was stiff and lame and had terrible dius spells and head aches. Doctors failed to help me and I was discour aged. On a friend's advice I used y Pills and three boxes af the aches and pains and iddneys normal." ast Aa Sesr. 80e a Des AN'S u."?.' O U.. WAlO. TN.. Antsep lc Pomde to In water as needed s Vestment of woman's lls, and Inldammstloa, sto who bps ever used medleated all to appreliate Sthe cleUa the Partlae produces and the hem soreness and discomfort h ums.Thls is bease Patlins elesasng, dldatso P talne In their Absi s s nusn business...

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. — 10 April 1915

IAIAL HERO OF GREAT BRIAIN alotodes Raise Him to Pitch of Popularity Not Excelled by Drake or Nelson. HOW 'DAVY' HAS 'MADE .GOOD' An Irishman Born In England, Who Married an American, Has Risen to High Command at an Un usually Early Age. By HERBERT TEMPLL (nterational New.s ervy) London.-"The Defender of ritain" -that is the title sentimental and en thusiastic Eaglishmen are bestowing eO Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty. preeloeeaal lafant prodigy. Long one Sof the most popular--as he is the wenlthiest-ma In the British navy. his two victories of Helgoland bight and the east coast raid engagement in which the Bluecher was sunk have rleab him to a pitch in the civilian's r estimation which eptalnly was not ex eeflsd by Str Francis Drake or Lord t Ulied forever are the murmurs that the Marshall Field millions which his wi breought him had a little too much to do ith his astoenshI rise In rank. * t Is t going too far to predict, too. at the place now takes at court by lady Beatty will ...

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. — 17 April 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 191. NEW 8ERIES--VOL. : NO. 19 1~Dr of t! IE~S gaffs i'NLW to di IFLV TOLD Dcl OF THE SEVENWT ARE BRIEFLY IPI MOERE. _ Ja 1- cbai D THE PLANET sistq -. that O Owe *a dor A Are Here Given gina MAs r foet held P Bldwin, brothers Ter of Broken thel uavlcted at Deueesa. vpthebank Of GUl- B L silk .. bra 3. Hose of Topeka. gag that he would ap hba newspaper man echiefofpolc@. A Sri " " the Arkansas state pen- phu rovdt i a leter A doing 20 ears fo is , the -ado pate Ov. Hays on caler- F out at the coanty. su ;y " " emu tisannlver- wh ' birth. Tb. Bel- be *years ol April $. dy maneuvers n fGa sfllears were kileld bid ,i3tary amarpase sap Lower (CUfortaa fr I salvaged, luorig t~ug Serevemar usr Bwroln. h" tal at eirculating a pw. Tb the dlviuion of ion- bh ofa anow tate.fs "usidesat thepost ot the Uuropemn be ceageiraof ai to have otl is Ri w as `sold, by a -t asst b feor to Utabtr Gomisap l...

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. — 17 April 1915

SCULPTOR AND PHILANTHROPL$T Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney. whose masterpiece of sculpture, "The Fountain of El Dorado," is on exhi bition at the Panama-Pacific exposi tion, is pronounced by critics to be the most gifted woman sculptor In America. She has been devoted to art throughout her life, and in the hot summer months has toiled in her New York studio in MacDougal alley, fraternizing with the sculptors' col ony and many a time helping stu dents in distress. Her great wealth never interfered with her conscien tious work, but it permitted her to exercise her philanthropic tendencies which are almost as notable as her artistic. She has given much time and money to charity, and with the breaking out of the war she turned at once to the aid of the suffering. She established a hospital in Paris, of a which she is In active -charge. All her days now are devoted to the re lief of the wounded soldiers that are brought back from the battle lines. Mrs. Whitney is the eldest daughter of Mrs. Co...

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. — 17 April 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal MEAL TIME IN A GERMAN CAMP IN POLAND SRUSSIANS REMOVING THE GERMAN DEAD ross workers gatherg up the German dead after battle in Poland. NEWS OF THE WAR IN THE WEST _li o the German troops Ightllg in the eastern war of the progress of the struggle In the western cme BY THE AUSTRIAN SHELLS -'¼ i 12 ADMIRAL T. B. HOWARD rar Admiral T. B. Howard, recently ap pointed admiral of the Pacific fleet, is in the harbor of San Francisco and the fourstar fag of an American admiral is flying at the Golden Gate for the first time. One Good Reason efor beng Woman. By nature mar belopgs to the hunt in the open, and woman to the fire tn doors, and Just here lies one of the best reassos for being a woman rather than a ma, because a woman ea sget along without a man's out--doors much better than a man can get aloes without a woman's nadoors, which proves woman of the two the better bachelor, as belng more selt.coatain and selfeamtente...

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. — 17 April 1915

mi adion Journal. ery ver7 astrday m ornins. Gerge pSpecer --...... .............. .. ..-Editor W. L. Rountree ... ...... Manager SiQ Josani of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee U a lid. MYaid arieh School Board and Village of Tallulah. e.t ed Jan. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., pott office as second .ets mil  matter uwder Act of Congress of March U. 1819. ?a Ja3u- l ik not responsible for the views and opi-ions t- crr...rpdentst which may appear ih its columns. riL'lah, Maiisaon Parish, La., Saturday, April 17, 1915. The campaign is on. Oil up your mud gun. The unwritten law forbids two consecu tive terms for a reform administration. The past two weeks of fine weather have added to the prospects of the farmers. Governor Hall, with the assistance of the supreme court, has finally jarred Mr. Young loose from the office of State Bank simniner. The sobriety of ine wet parishes is being e tmously threatened by the prohibitiosists who expect to slip a dry plank in the next constitutio...

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. — 17 April 1915

It ,Ia.'t a" BRi1a/tma t lat a Kodak Make Somebody Happy With a Kodak _o. 1A Folding Pocket Kodak Pictures, 2 I-2x 4'I4 Prime, $15.03 We have a complete line of Kodaks at prices to fit any :purse. Ask to see them. ILULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. --'4 PERSONAL, ANDOTHERWISE. H. W. Berger and daughtter are spending a few Vickburgt, they are greatly the members of Tallul.ak as WA as many frienra Mrs N. W. Thom&s, cni; Xs.A.G.Bray, of Thomas in town Wednesday lasi. J. Bloom has bon in Ark., several we&'cr, sveral before re-: k y, Of Lake Provi b een M town loosing' 'B'l uesi,,whfle Mr.3looin' I spegnt last a eek ift town~ l'tmsi i freinds. Jacobs w:11 lrei in a ph, ':oarr., wher she tS the fMture. Mrs. nV no her f 3. an ad f uo ' from Lh'4r, w emhr foltzs! SOampbi'fl a'bmert of I ciw of Vidaia, was in `. be;1v spent aboutT is the northern 4 Usc., spent raturday, a 'buckht~r Mrs. Frei .C itMo d, louiaiana.' ,di a. C. Warild, of spent a few days le 6 Judge and Ix bst week. a; 8u.A, of Monro...

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. — 17 April 1915

11I WllTE GEONE BAIRR txCUTEONR iA towerwr . * SYNOPSIS. -2- I0 t e ew York home of James . Brood yc sa RM , his two old peontoh p await the comnlg ol ea Frederic to learn the contents ga Swisueles from Brood. but aFrederic. G --- dl, throws It Late the ore end e room without a word. redec Desnond. his anese, that the ae anaounces his father's marriage amers the house prepared ter a tm hoaecominl. e : naIrIn n--comme~. atl Spoves that your father has made i'e a Em letlang his friends, my SMy dear husband used to say be weld ehteerfully lie for Jahes n he;mhew that James Brood y1 n aYesd for him nat as read `+ uemethlma in friendships a1 his face. "~or you andt : Iw tll. Thank you, Prod-0 e m ied. "I an sure t will . As for Lydia. you must *i:i mie for her." S." dd it ethiag to tforgive." she b . "As ow, onw e word Yes must aecept this a of aeibbe is the right Termetier has amurie aganb. Stese years.it is t mllhely a ias dme s withet silbere a Ilatsr It ois, bb to r "t b is bdto gl...

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. — 17 April 1915

NOT GIVE UP adSufferhi*At Found Helip in Lydia :L Plnkhm's Vebet. Sb Compmoud. Pa - " When I started .lal E Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I was ina dreadfully rundown state of health, had internal tru bles, and was so ez. h vad in to my feelings I would have been In bed. s As it was I had hardly stength at times to be on my what I did do was by a great I could not sleep at night and felt very bad in the monang, a steady headache. taking le second bott I so the headache was not so bad, better, and my nerves were I continued its se ntil it sew woman of me, and now I realise that I am able to do r I da Whenever I know any I need of a g medlcln I raise Lydia E. 's Veg. Compound."-Mrs. Pah 546 N. Tulip St., Riemond,Pa. Nave es. Teiarn Wem pers m Lydia EPInkhm's Streo their forta he enmose dsmen eet to coast If ye are wid a snly memt peeear. '.*b don' t ye fry I4 I. Vegetable Cmpomd It todeo s Idl4 E Plb C4, I i Mass. Uneegaurbd. een of yaours about sping ard lines to sean. The lcuelt to...

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. — 17 April 1915

PRUCIPAL CAIN OP CARPAThUAMS-BARE ý' Nmssuuu ELOPES. coum uuiBAD S Catsm Mt bl UaUai Costless to arts U) Are CwtU'L Ei;tm.-The Ruudmas In the east, e Vruieh in the we, apparent am maaMt PWSq Is the cmvture aº eam frward mvinert. They krM a whete prda chaisn the qthr ain am at omie potato ;impgOdg the imaherm sopes Ya aipu acIf$ th asors not Au. the Umass Valley, arth of Nan at th at - U.m o.a The porse Isues A Nov. wach Iu egamsiu The AubeGwinmainOw to teso armfreamemu bat USP i pa to havs eosmhdees **leb m toai the tskor thfaey ehewlug owm Iy loth as the Umgtlao Sw/ier. wbrn they dr.me~ - memii.aas aug slu at whetsrea th Gv amy; Mwdhutales a 3m.de at. Met isa ham, ma g to w "uwW. beea bselamrdlmg the auto Ia the Ol of as To"b trad r pelot tor Is not bllevel hers h Mt elt wl he ruimie asst~ -sr ' lea rr b Is be as . ase barer 1I 111. 5r~~ds mblm P-4 to dmsbl di" tae tsth ~At W .60lur .tdle Urnsa so leehasna .ml A. was !r w caws~ ft is " ir.t The rnma US 4!aW The sonw ili.Yli ,nf"r 1...

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. — 24 April 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BNTREE BROS., Publishers ' TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1915 NEW SERIES-VOL. 3 NO. NO SIEWS BRIEFLY TOLi OF THE SEVil MlAYS ARE SRIEFLY TOLD HERE NO THE PLANEI Im ur Owa amd Pu An rm N eSm iow Is sa" mis th Snethmrbos Wuare - .. m .. . Ia ia MI wor .u.ll e.rine S law wasm .as - C " " - - . a . a re hs a , P~ r -a tosw d no a s -il iate ai" sonr " =amga she VA be tabs a i BeI a he a uiache A um ewSa. ThMb a , a dut V. eas. - * . - as a `ft. x.ll u - ta k be a% e ea se pst a-Naa .Mr ia .ease M· te _ a im :IYm 1~-a Is 0* ir John Bunny of New York, the pop. hr movlng picture comedian, who was eroumly hII as the result ao vrwo , Is reported moo Improved. The eate of the late Baron Rothe child was provtsionally sworn for pro bate at £2,00,000 ($12,600,000). Baron Rothschild died In Londas I March 24. The "low brow" faction of Sing Slna convicts s tatlng a recall election of "Mayor" W. J. Cummins, bank swindler, at the civic prison ad. r ...

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. — 24 April 1915

'FdcmatiornalI im o America * Phqasdvi. Apkekni - The "wrtld oat" crop Is seldom vol * .;b heart ne'er whistled in tune ,Tio armone:s of IIfe. Sai- t builds fortunes or digs a, . ecordlng as it is used. When dynamite kisses a bowider It ea pNd-by to plow-point worries. The catch erop beats the bank dehk when it comes 4o a feed short T.he read o-use bnlader Is not the ,te Meposible for harvest-days' pro A really learned man Is over M* l4ed with the magnitude of what Me deems't know. f W sad then you will ind a man "_ 0 hsagines that whisky and liberty Sse a nymuen terms. 'gelety makes a man pay for get *0,1 drunk Just as. John Tanner says, Mre demands the heavier penalty. The. Th truthful man upholds society .bt the liar is the miserable worm Whsa eeks to detroy its foundation S e..ar lr mind the fact that a poor Iai l the hands of a $3-a-day bar I- : and Is not profitable to the As a matter of fact the men who ~e to' find themselves famous in 10.i.ably aet the alarm and sleep ...

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. — 24 April 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal EAST PRUSSIAN TOWN WRECKED BY RUSSIANS " t - q( a part of Gerdanen, ma rst Prustan town. where the Germmam toes were shelled out by the Rumsian. LUNER FALABA, SUNK BY THE GERMANS -3: VmS.ew thea Turish hmdur ,f .'0 . T.'2? ý :ý : - -. - . . .r. . r . . . . . . . . . . . . -- --- i · -- thet - malght a ihemse dism..es em aht his hemmd em" -Ias-i h z I o n~·:::a::?ss·:: ': em·;~ .:. **,·~:'::I·,·: Setee elemp;~::.~::.:; -· AUSTRIAN ARCHDUCHESS A RED CROSS WORKER (B th b. ....!,j ' cc sa so 4 w wl OC ati 01 wThe Archduchess Maria Josephe (at right), mother of Archduke Karl Franz Joseph, the heir to the AustrianB throne, like many other noblewomen of practically all th3 countries engaged in the war, has answered the call of her country and has takein active charge of the Red'Croes work. The photograph shows her acting as a good saniaritan to eue of her wounded countrymen. AMERICAN HORSES FOR THE FRENCH ARMY S.tr is r ...

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. — 24 April 1915

,m a dison Journal. e t ea reday m talag ecer.._. Editor untree ... .... - Manage Semast - Mahei Paris, ifth District latrv la ish su.I Bean ad il nesh e.1 Taflulah. ,,Me at Tail toa., pst . ,ee. a , meond aster sadir Aet of of March . 18. . io sot r.aponsbl for t views and ' which may appar in ie Malso, Parish, Ia., Sarmay, April U, 191" continue to go higher on the York Stock Exchange. qrse than ad on lives were lost in Ala., when the walls of a Saver way. reports from the cotton belt indi t at conditions are promising for a yield. oGr nd, is in good condition 1worlk well advanced. Sqtistka of babies born in "Twi d,'e" seems to be agitating the medih *elrnit. gL t sleep is having a e.tal on some of the grown Ihtest rorts Mexico indicate Is gietting the worst of it and that is in full retreat. The defeat of wlil go a long way toward securing SMexico, and will clarify the situa far as the United States is concerned. town aRthoraties have been having worked this week, which, in Srn...

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