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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

VASSAR SOPHOMORES CARRYING THE DAISY CHAIN ast lttraction of class day exercises at Vassar college. witnessed by 19. 000 persons, was the car sy chain by the sophomore class. Twenty-four of the girls bore the 25 feet of entwined daisies, yh of the graduates of 191::. 5KRING SARDINES of Fishes From in tat to Palate. wh qui dir rning Habits of Finny So o Western Coasts of plc sa Very Im- in nt industry. j tra -When you purchase a oil or when you open it oil h savory contents, do you bow many hands it passed it reached you? The fishes have been sub Sloeng series of operations ea who extricated them toneobes of their nets. the cleaned them, cooked t mersed them in a bath to g asnmith who sealed the a supplementary host of ogrrjers and wholesale and t mshing boats arrive at or rt the sardines are taken is , where they are behead end thrown into vats of b Lich they remain from 15 according to their size. hi vl from the brine they t pd-. which in fine weath to an open drying yard. to we...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

The Baseball Primer By Hugh S. PFWerto (Om asask b We. . Caaman Baseball needs a Webster and a standina-revision board to keep the dictionary of the game up to date. The sport I. building its own language to steadily that, unless some step soon is taken to check the inventive young men who coin the words that attach themselves to the pastime: inter preters will have to be maintained in every grand hand to translate for the benefit of those who merely love the game and do not care to master it' thoroughly. Joe Campbell, the Chaucer of base ball literature, was sitting in his omce one vening, lamenting to me that his paper (The Washington Post) would not permit him to write as he pleased, but insisted that he confine his writ ings to straight English. I reached over and took the sheet he just had finished. "And Amle Rusie' it ran. "made a Svengali pass in front of Charlie Rellly's lamps and he carved three nicks ina the weather." What could be plainer or more expressive of the fact th...

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. — 12 July 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAII, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATI'II)AY. .IULY 1:, 191:3 NEW SEIIIl~-VOL. I NI I. RG BANK CLOSED Interests Involved in pe institution. gp r T.,$,, \rn c, rvict. .-The First-Second Nation plttslurg. the First Nar, of McKee.sport. a neigh the Amelrican Waterwcrks Compa'ny and the bank J. S. and W. S. Kuhn, Inc.. were forced into the hands trough the failure of the Ststitution to open its closing of the Firbt-Second was ordered by the de r of the currency. T. every effort had been the government's re _! to tht legal rese-rve. banking house has exten in irrigation protects "o West and in mines action systems through Pe nsylvania. besides be factor in the American uand Guarantee Company. TO CHILDREN More Attention Paid to AMising Cattle. r Union News AServics y, Utah.-The address Edward T. Fairchild, who radical reorganization, of the committee on which charged that was given to cattle than gpected interest at the Na- 31 Association'...

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. — 12 July 1913

HEAD OF A NEW DEPARTMENT C(harlis J. Brand, chief of the newly created division of markets under the agricultural department's new rural 'organization service, las the job of attempting to better market condi tion:s, and thereby reduce the cost of living. his work will be educational an:d he will endeavor to create a high standard in packing and shipping food products to prevent waste. Co-opera tive markets for the producers will ,,be tried and everything will be done to better the quality of the produce ) and to make its cost lower by estab lishing a standard method of market ing. The possibilities of the plan are large and will involve questions of highway and railroad transportation. It is understood that country commu nities will be urged to co-operate as largely as they can in selling their products. It is understood the plan is ultimately to go further afield than marketing, for the development of the agricultural community is interlaced with the social development of the com ...

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. — 12 July 1913

OLD SPELL ELL dibo bo Over the Girl at the au Time as It Al ways Has. 'ha i J. V. SYMONS. on sear, I have some news fo.,r ht lUttle Miss Ilrett, taking her ye gads in her dressing room in if theater. "I am going to A, Satge.l PE Swear 'h hy-why Prescott self that he means to give th star part in lI'nder Two TI month. You can't mean it, th have won fame almost in a th t doesn't mean anything to aP " answered the girl, smiling. i he added in a lower voice, r dged to be married.'" w Clay issed her warmly and th @I quite five minutes, which gý sice out of a busy woman's tl hab watched her go down w, corridor and sank back o, oaJr and wept bitterly. sat -v-uld have been astonished a, eaid have seen Lucia crying. fr w- of the big discoveries of st two years. Itut she had k, .!d for her success. Ten bl , rrna poverty and unpro- at hbor lay behind her. Cold as a, Sailed her. Even in stage prolific center of gossip, her at never been associated with s: asU man. And yet she had hi she was ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 July 1913

KtE tit':ESl'NI(E i Eilit,,r. :e 'OIH : 'I:.EPIIlNE % UMITMBR 7. oernal of Madem.s Patri. T 1 Journil vifth 1)iktri( veC floirl, ScholoNl i.,,ar li.e. .lury anal T'ob. n 11ilah. PKa. AssexW Is A 1ºý .(\( IJan. 1othl, 1!iN:t t 'ail , La., jig sco(. el as-cl s 111.1 r, unller Act of C0,gre '. Ir 3, 1879. Al "OURWAL Is not respnsilln to 0I end opinions of correspondent, ;iou In its onlumna TI Asst L.A. ,1T.tv 12. 191:;. leta Lov iESEY CATTL We islandeof the BrittiselChan. the vsre long been noted for thae tho tion of fine cattle and from the bmes many of the leading Att ifabud in America today. to t ,.urmsyse came from the quil t Islands and for a number o rifs they were exclusively Rng there and from the best ob- Ca information they and the on i originally sprung from Pa: herd and were after- new developed independently y of their chief character- a c Siold lead one to believe. ed re smble each other very and and have many character- C In common, though the Pr4 are much large than t...

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. — 12 July 1913

N otes. I ýt.ue o Niu Abernathy, and pobbins of Sond- Sale to n town to day. Ninth JI above en S rnn Mr. B. F. to sell as Mr the Cour . E. Yerger, Mr. lab, in A Earl Evans, Mr. the 2d e Mr. H. Paul The 9th a Fish-fry at between all the ri iunday lust having of Kent ae. "property Street cc ). Withersw was in north of lah, la northerl s-ut stie , yder mnade a busi- dred fe 4l providence the parallel tbhe week. fifty feel feet on t Watsoln returned in the t fte a very pleasant Ctltc ph his come. of said t thence said We Gaines mad" a ning bal bt Newelltol Wed. g lot of T above ,c Term ru'ns of TullabenP apprsi* M day. Sheriff' Talu DANCE. men of Tallulah at invitations for a State o given et the Lyric Ni y July 15th. 1913. ittees in charge are Ry vi . Sale t1 'aul Gaines. Honor L. Rountree. Court i =aid, i prooeee l. Harvey, Jr. the doc town o B. Stone, Jr. LotIis 23T31 UEL SWAMP wtw sil the Spew Bribed All I sweet 5ufragettes Secios to swamp inu 12 eae instant anti in- ena a ii.n of a...

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. — 12 July 1913

* t SINGIR. * MARTA BDILIINGIR L 718J.te4~sCYk 14 SYNOPSIS. Agatha Redmond, opera singer. statling for an auto drive in New York. finds a Stranger sent as her chauffeur. later she is accosted by a stranger who , Ilmbs Into the auto and chlnmforms her. James Hambleton of Lynn, Mass.. witness. s the abduction of Agatha Redmond. Htamble- f ton sees Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht. He secures a tug and ilhen ne.ar' the yacht drops overboard. Aleck Van Camp, friend of Hambleton. had an alp polntment with him. Not meeting Ham bleton, he mnakes a call upon friends. Madame and Miss Melanie Reyner. Il* =00o9ae to the latter and I. refused. The urars alrange a coast trip on Van ('anp'. Yacht, the Sea Gull. lambleton wakes up on board the Jeanne D'Ar". the y w ht pa which is Agatha Redmond. lie meerts a man who introduces himself as Mon dIer Chatelard, who is Agatha's abdnl tor. They fight, but are Interrupted by the innking of the vessel. Jimmy and Agatha are abandoned by the crew. who t...

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. — 12 July 1913

partnership the husband F silent partner. a Soothing Syrup for Cbhildrea as the gums, reduces tasamma ,searet wind colle.C a botlea ple will allow you to take and then expect you to re pall Blue, all blue, best bluing whole world. makes the laun Adv. man tells his fiancee that pretty as a picture-then st the high cost of fram- Ever Don Som Best Ever. To t SaffJair ought to feel itself The Mhav er S nd in dianmond type. too." The a --,,d-iIs' Cover wy thIe w. d' u'" )Id rr lable DR. g P-Ia -TI' " HEAI.IN( OIL. a for thl  g that rt. l pn and heal ut t s h-- - r - + Different. The did you give her for a birth- betweI a tea set?" The "*ave her the works of Mark tion is Wht a tee-hee set." "cuss .The lo. SIX-SIXTY-SIX of the a prescription prepared s- If ar Malaria or Chills and bolts, lhve or six doses will break with sad it taken then as a tonic The will not return. 25e.-Adv. the ct cheer Stung. IfA two men who occupied the man y in front of the little man takini uger coach were chuc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 July 1913

PEACE MONUMENT MOVE STARTED TO GET CON GRESS TO PROVIDE FOR A $1,000,000 MEMORIAL. 50,000 VETERANS ATTEND Will Take Two Months to Restore Camp Grounds to Former Condi. tion Before Reunion. Western X'ewptaer Union News Service. Gettysburg. Pa.-The reunion of the -lue and Gray came to a close Sunday after a few days spent by old soldiers in visiting old battle fields and riviv ing old memories. It was estimated that more than .0, 000 ex-('onfederate and G. A. Kt. veter ans were taken core of by the govern meat during the reunion week. The model military camp where the old veterans were encamped is tbeing dis mantled and ft is estimated that it will take two months to r"store the roads and fields to their original con dition. d Col. Andrew ('owan of louisville. Ky., who was captain of the first New York battery, has revived the plan to erect a peace monument oR the Get tysburg battlefield and as a result of his activities a committee went to Washington with a view to securing the intro...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 July 1913

THE MADISON OU NAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, ATURDIAY, .JULY 19, 191:3 NEW SEIIES--VOL. 1 NO 3'. TS c 0000 ALL SECTIONS op STATE. rod OF BOLL WEEVIL iM South Arkansas May Reduced Unless Plant I ae precautions. per tnlon Ne·ws Srvice. Ark.-According to state commissioner of ts crops in all parts of >h In such a condition as l$bg harvest. Mr. Page has ats month visited all parts sad makes his prediction observations. thing mars the general a/f cotton, and that is the that has appeared in south Unless immediate action planters heavy losses the ravages of this in the southern, west northern parts of the the last 30 days," Com Pasg said, "and without ex founad the crops to be hr above the average. - s-ater portion of the past in Jackson county. The epgelally fine there and the Ily good. The month of make great changes in ateome of the cotton crop. crop almost is made and throughout the state during e days have assured a good 65a. southern part of the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 July 1913

ISA TED 40 YEARS Aged Recluse Is the "Lonesomesi Man in the World." James Moodie, Only White Inhabitant of Urea Island, on Visit to Broth or Will Return to South Sea "Kingdom." New York.-The "lonsomest man In the world" sailed from New York re cently aboard the steamship Baltic of the White Star line. James Moodle of Urea island, near Caledonia. In the mouth Pacific, claims the distinction of being the most lonesome man. For nearly forty years he has been the sole white inhabitant of the south see Isle, and so seldom has he met men of his own race that he has almost forgotten the language of his parents. It was nearly a half century ago that Moodle, an adventurous Scotch lad, engaged in the south sea island trade. He found Urea island to his liking and established a trading post there. Only at long intervals has he been visited by white traders. seeking eopra and other products of the is lands. During the many years he has been on Urea Island his family has died of one by one, until...

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. — 19 July 1913

eCases of Alice Clement of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper The Dulcimer (Copyright. by W. O. Chapman.) p- p met the boat at the quests de, and watching the come trgeging mars of men, " 'T woea and children as !crate tdy poured from the pa- don't itaW prison in which they didn i ad crossed the Atlantic, here.' there came to me the ".I eight of a sparkling pair " N at brown eyes and a smile a moment later Alice Cle- visit again from many thou- " L gI spent in tracking crim- that I is foreign countries of Eu- pIe g Smy side. all t pyou oing to tell me what be at Ieas the ocean?" I asked. ment that sphinx-like little to he Mes and nodded in the nega- o it bad taken a taxiab for up- that --r-," she said, "I told you toe es a secret mission, but le "t remain a secret." the h me a bit that she could give what had sent her on her none. a what the result had been. their time she remained In si- the i as we left the cab and hung * Thirty-fourth stre t for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 July 1913

±ao *Lcn Jcti. I'UBL'.9tIr, EVERY CAT! L.! ( -.ls.;Lsl'FN 1.11 1'. Offiaie I urnd cit o e.a:Soa Farish. Ulile~i: ! .!ýº'+!'srtl Fift!t liittiivt ;. I , . Is 'arl. Salssuil i:iarI. jl r I *. i !s. :.1 E nter. *-:o. Iioth, 1t'tt:: ait 'l':al'.u.tº atoll . ln . r.\ t .'1 &'"i2n'ri - of hf re~li 3~. 1i'i7). I)' The.) )UTRYJAL is rof r-p!poAi1itl for thce VtE'ý4 AI:d cipi'i(c l tn ofarrp, Iundonai t' ippe "s,,,! in its utidmonnR %% f' MLR BAYt.R'S LECTURES. ri as'tflr I,;eisow .q Rorotttic is iJ'ewlutiiin relativr, to Lhe Rsalary of S the Seors'r:iry of St:ate cans only be II *nreleel is tan N:dasisition of pea- 5t yul p,stiti;e. Then woinder is that L priet'cw or all men on thly repub- ei Biooan *i.Ie would lund himself to fe sso cheep an attack upon Sicre- p' at Lary I'ryass. er It wecoiid '). a difii !rent 'na~tteir. if I eutbe r."oo'na ion instimate's.. Mr. t, ;J.uraea.h lecture engage sitii'ts in- ft oulvpd :eny nettle't of hli Isuislic f '4ntlea, Mr. Brynat. h(wever, tt stnstee...

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. — 19 July 1913

'al Notes. Lt lah Easterlin of l'tiCa visitr of Mrs. It. C SaIi ty s weetk. Ninth I'rrish Spencer and Mr. W. to sell c a husiness trip to lte Co Ltih, in yestAerday. the 2:t The 9t of ake l'rovidenee betiwee all the lah yesterday. of Ker proporr . Boey. of I)uckport Street the first of the week. nm,rth tlltre d fiy --- Mrs. E. II. , weedle re,, l b i~ell Ev II of Enoka llIl. the WeIllt SI S.r". t ofsilf .1 j Ev r. and. r. TwC.C. (l le,, ~ladf ii of lake mrov i:ldence ning )b Thursday ti, take ba, n: new car.. I lo of Jill D)u,:n ,f Lake Prov- apjprai tin it11 on usi- Shieri o hi 'i Slarge 1uIl r I dF" I\ , was a suc'es,4 il h- ----- ny is G. Witherow was inl S:l t first of the week. - aid, I iitrsto the hoieC-party :le d ±. N. Scott, hIlile thi.s ,.olý 23T Doll Prelleiu andl Theo. te, of Atlanta; Misesw Jos- al1 tih and Marjore Smith, of -P-rl LaI; Mia;:- attie Fu- All o Runi;ge ;iMs (,il':.; ('ree Alexandria; Misý KlIurn the ri of Conto, isHs; Lillian nth l gof PleasaI t Hllll, I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 July 1913

The ST OIPEN * . SINGER M AJM DUAINGRI SYNOPSIS. Agatha Redmond. opera singer. starting or an auto drive in New York. finds a Stranger sent as her chauffeur. Later she Is accosted by a stranger who -limbs I Lito the auto and chloroforms her. James bleton of Lynn. Mass.. witnessee the abduction of Agatha Redmond. Hamble ton see Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht He secures a tug and when near the yacht drope overboard. Aleck Van Camp. friend of Hambleton. had an ap tment with him. Not meeting Ham IsIt, he makes a call upon friends. MIadae ad Miss Melanle Reynler. :e I Ooposes to the latter and is refused. The to arrange a coast trip on Van Camp's yacht, the Sel Gull. Hambleton waktes up on board the Jeanne D'Are, the yacht os which to Agatha Redmond. He meets a man who latroduces himself as Mon- I tdour Chatelard, who is Agatha's abduc tor. They fight, but are interrupted by the sanking of the vessel. Jimmy and I Agath are abandoned by the crew. who tie to the boats. Jimmy and Agat...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 July 1913

PULARITY OF BOND'S LIVER PILLS ht out a host of imitators pe to get their products into ,I giving cheaper prices to the Therefore some retailers one of these "cheaper" sort BOND'S LIVER PILLS are Sr. Be on your guard; accept gad's Pills, the gentle, safe, sad honest Liver Stimulant no experiment. One pill at is the dose for adults. You U well!-Adv. St~trical stars are brilliant o dispense with the spotlight. bu seeMsg 5rap for ohuares th ssthe gms., redees tssmm . vwina MUe.se a boulesa no a woman who otherwise has sight can't see through her ainand no SsirS things like blutag. Don't to s orbluing. Ask for Red Cross doesu good vasue bls. Adv. es Rel t tuff. of he a of your promising cIti- ou San that. He's one of our in ."-Detroit Pree Press. e 5 Asno s or a81m. m srusisadUY'Ia5a S . to Equivocal. ' this adverse criticism hard at rips art?" th setten!" RUB-MY-TISM th ye Rheumatismu and al m t naes and pins-Nearalgi, Cos. spirJas, ruises Oats, ssBurns, tra. Anisepi ts Prie. ea.&d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 July 1913

LEVEE ILOERS ARE VICTORIOUS INJUNCTION AGAINST RIVER COM, DI MISSION DISMISSED BY COURT. HAS RIGHT TO BUILD LEVEES P River Commission Government's T Agent--Damage to Property Was Merely Incidental. Western Newspaper Union News Serviea av Memphis, Tenn.-The levees won 11 the opening battle in their fight for existence. An injunction asking that o the Mississippi River Commission b" 6: restrained from building and repairingr., levees from Cape Girardeau to the gulf was dismissed by Judge John the E. McCall. o The decision is momentous and fat dr reaching. Jo Millions of acres of land and scormes  of small towns as well as several large an citites are affected by the dismissa; e of the injunction. Indications now point to the dimers J sal of the injunctions against the Lak S County and St. Francis levee boards. It Ib also probable that the opinion 1 will have an effect upon the propose sult considered by the city against the government and the levee boards. Judge McCall's opinion was ...

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. — 26 July 1913

o:. .- wth the amber rwent, and after Razstna "N'ot at all. Clayton I sllere N" Slart, unscrupulous. S.I 1 ~ W' ve rea' e. THE MADISON JOU RNAL. UEE BROS.. Publishers TALLULAII, MADISON PARISHý LOt'I IANA, SATUI'ItIAY, .lt'LY I . 1: NEt SEIEII--O1. I NO 33. - .... . . B,,,RI lTA D nF IS HELD INLETTIR ST3 BEGINS ON UN. MMONS TARIFF SEMiURE. OF 24.64 PER CENT for Coming Perioed 73~0 00-t-Other 'i e Beside. . tUnion News service. Debate on the Under aiff bill began in the Senator Simmons the edbate with a speech the general views of the on lhe tariff bill and the Republican senators Cilliger to take charge debate on the floor. agreed to support re 'norrd votes. reduction of 27.64 per the rate 'of the exisiting tariff law- is proposed S Unerwood-Sim l, saeeordthg to the re Committee major t ~not 1 shows the b as report' paste iovdps rates 4.22 T'wer than the Underirood R •',sed the house a4d' that k .gaother with other govern Ark for the fiscal year end a 1914. there will be an ac al ...

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. — 26 July 1913

S,4 00DOMESTIG SI .. )' e, -" J• .. These very recent photographs are of unusual interest because they sh ,w the side of the life of a future king and queen that appeals especially to the people. At the left is the crown princess of Sweden with her baby. Prince Bortil. and at the right I. the crown prince playing with his little daughter. Princess Ingrid. --------- ----- --.-. ,.t PAVED STREETS IN 2000 B. C. Babylon and Other Ancient Cities Took Marked interest in Good Roads. Chlcago.-When or where the Arrt Sroad was built Is not known. Herodo * tug speaks of a grea. orgyptlan road on which King Cheops employed 100. OW mem for ten years. According to the historian, this road was built of mamsive stone blocks ten feet deep and lined on both sidq with temples, mausoleums, portieoe d statues. The streets of Babylon are said to have bha paved as early as 2000 B. C., and Several well surfaced roads radiated to neighbornl cities. Carthage, be fore Its fall, was the center of a high. tl d...

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