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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 September 1913

lED I WFL PAINS Years. Restored by Lydia Pink. * Vegetable VeroWt-"I was tre. and irregulaities for sixteen years, and was thin, weak and nervous. When I I would lie down it would seem as if 1 was going right U down out of sight into some dark hole, h anad the window cr- fI tains had faces that S would peek out at S e, and when I was outof doors it would v ge.tng was going to hap. t was poor, my circuls. I would be lke a dead c I had female weak- c bdomen was soe and I d L Pinkham's Vegeta" C a used the Sanetive a eartainly did wonders disappeared and I hardeveriday."-Mrr e Vw,  ~, McOS a thd rll the time. Iearn I aunet praise yoar highly."-rs". Int Muse t how much fuss men their honor-on the stage? asothielnr Srup for Clbdes ashe gum wiede" i e In wlend eeere a bottle · eportunity fails it may be has picked out the wrong ower remed te Wen't mee eo matter of how lonage e by the wonderful, old re w Antrieptle Heallag OIL and blpsi at the iron tgus I Wue Sign. seems left-banded. Hea...

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. — 13 September 1913

GM 1 "A M A:iA - -, -···-- ....... ,.. ... " ....AN UPUII:IW - SIAUGHTER OF . AMUŽICANSW ATE seems to have decreed that, In 1863. two great battles were to " . ' be fought on the American conti nent, one in the east and the other in tihe southeast. Whether or not Fate decreed thus, chance, accident and neces sity. three elements that are pres- . eat in all great military opera tlons, combined to produce the conflicts of Gettysburg and Chickamauga. ` : It is a part of the military history of the United States that neither Meade nor Lee intended that the battle that was to decide the U. I lssues between the opposing forces of the - A;,. Union and the Confederacy in the east would be fought at Gettysburg; but chance and acci dent, otherwise Pate, decreed that it should be decided there, and Gettysburg is a glorious heritage nl which all Americans are common heirs. t Seventy-five days after the flames of Get- 2rY i Z ZX/' W tysburg, two grtat armies of Americans threw themselves again...

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. — 20 September 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUN.TREE BIROS., Publslhwrs TALLULAH, MAISION PAlISH, LO ISIANA., ATI"l).AY, NI.,'TI. R:l l ".*, 191:1 1 I-- .. I N\ 1. DEVASTATION WROUGHT BY FIRE AT HOT SPRINGS, ARK. ire recently swept the business district of Hot Springs, Ark., causing property loss estimated $2.2"T..c.,. upper left picture shows a general view of the burned district. The ruins of the court house are shown in S IMEN HIELD FOR WRECK I " Says Signal Worked and Trainmen Were to Blame. ae .wepap.r t'nl.n Nw. S.rrdl,,. S ew Haven, Conn.-Three employes S the Newv York, New Haven and rd railroad are held by ('oroner Mix to be criminally responsihle IS the disastrous wreck at North , on September 2. when the Mountain express plunged the second section of the Barl express, exacting a toll of 21 1 The coroner's finding was filed he had conducted a "private" in e held to be responsible are Au B. Miller. engineer of the Mountain express and Brust C. and Charles H. Murray. con and flagman respectivel...

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. — 20 September 1913

OPEN PEACE PALACE r)edicate at Hague Building for Great Arbitration Court. Many Nations Donate Materials for Structure, Which Cost $1,500.CC0, and Was Donated by Carnegie -Four Men Are Honced. 'Ie Itfaiu,, Ilolland --'rThl palace of peac.' as I dicat 1 a 1i unIri,? ss! ve ce'.r.in :c.. hi. re It is th!. gift of \n the '11I of $1.fi t] ,000 (r 11,, purlllos',l u nhi (ij ar'i .., a hoi i r :'I. I9l' at. as p i',: , 1 in hii:; iT ; l f r crcctiuil and 1::aint:uilinig at iThe I ' lag.' a c 'ourt hou-' :aril il'brary fir tihl p, rrn.nilr. court of 'arlItIn :ation i.,a ,tli- .d b'y ti' treaty t .I jiy o . L '." T'o pI'rl, In i or a -irt fi r thi, , Ih. tirst stniru turi o r or f t"I d for sti''e :a Durpo) .. th.". D ('"oI :. , : Irr: nt aill o priatl ,'-7., ,i!,, Th,..,1!, 1s Iill :1 -.t - tion of we ,\( d'*I t ;thl a ill. lpark -r, t,'h ing fromii 'h, Ilagl to S lh' vir. , : The, corner stone a as Iaid .1J!:y ;;I, 1907. A rorld w id. cornpetit!tin for plans and d,,it"ns for the p'ac...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 September 1913

Ig ' Educational a Co-Operative a Union of America a rid as ca CO gL 3Especial Momentto fa b rereiW" Aukukrist du Sfa idon't you like cold weather? 60 am you are old. S tet is generally longing for law we know not of. re I first in bed at your house it ? We bet it Ls father. pr hip up with progress, a man of ugraep up all day with it. th people become so busy that su I e no time to do anything. na  0an who borrows trouble, as a co Sto go off his ow n farm to find or s pt of the house often Indi cc g atmosphere to be found in- Pl strange paradox seems to ta when the price is high the tr lfe is your religion, what you c for a great deal more than te iW belleve. li bIg as some men are born re S ad others silly there will be of lek schemes. pD Iksy man has little time to al Sdiscouragenlents, and so they ai Mu very little. he usa who can convince a ha that he is wrong has an SMb o. his hands. your husband know just how f( I need the little conveniences el your work easier? Have you ph...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 September 1913

THE EADISOU JOURNAL I'JBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. (;E(OR(;E Il'ESN(CEl, Editor. o - - Official Journal of Madison Parish. O.;icial .lJoral Fifth District IAev\'ee I',ourd, ,e'ioll, B-ard, ',,liu' Jury and Town of V1 'T|allulah. . l.:4" I'it ANNtSM Ix ADVAN('. EJ'nt'red.l an. l httlt. IlNt: at Tl'all lahn, La., ai scvonii-c'lasi maiil a laitt|'er, tillh'r A't of ('Ontgress r ,of Marcl :1, 147:. n The JOURNAL is not respnsiihle for the views and opinions of correspondents a sopearing in its columns TAuLt'r.AI, L~.t., SEPTHR 20., 191:;. ANNOUNCEMENT. To THB DEMOCRATIC VOTERi OF THE PARISH 0o MADISON: The General Aaiemhly of the State I of Louisiana has been called by his Exzellency, the Governor of this:State, to convene in extraordinary session at it the State Capitol in the City of Haton Rouge on the 8th instant, mainly for the purpose of ordering a Constiutional 1 c;onvention, having forits chief object i the taking care of our State's present indebtedness of some $11,000,009.00, 11...

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. — 20 September 1913

B_ IADISON-JOURNAL _ Ai , L -. c 're:ý ar ,. .1913 SOCIAL NOTES. Mias Hatti' Blair i'- viiting friends in .Inc '1'. Mi-'. )Ir. 1. N. S- ',tt, ofi ',t. Jo·1·phl, vas a visit ir in t,,vn la-t 1,' Mrs. .Jein Y. ,nne.y re turned home Fri,lay fr,,in Vick. brg. Mrs. . I. l. Whitney, of st. ,eeph, is iiting her aunt, 1r". lils Snyder. IMr. Earnest Watszn pa'ed through Tailulah, enroute to .i feVeport. la. "' Miss Barbara SmnithaI left Sn y to take charge of her -cho,,l New Light, La. -isi Mattie Blair left Tuesday beconme a student at Bell ten College, at Jackson, Miss. .t Mrs. 1). 11. Allen retirnied Sunday after it very ple:as t visit to her pa:rents at 1)yr . berg, Tenn. Miss Bessie Spenrer has Ie. eeptIed a politio:a as tealcher in the High School at Wa.terpro, f, "l. Sheit will h gre.atly ,iss~, ! 'by her mItanv frieils here. i.A very h ty 'h'* tsi in fir th,. le folk + wvas the hirthl a:, p.artI vea by Mrs. N.. V. !,tL map C) Ir i" tlittle daughter 1t ,sa. Mlany at •tractive and ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 September 1913

WASN'T WORTH THE LIVING Was Mrs. Bowling's Conceptiom of Life at One Time-Thinks Differently Now. Loveland, Ky.-"When I first wrote you, I was feeling so miserable, that life wasn't worth living." So writes, In a recent letter, Mrs. Anna Bowling, of this place. "I was in bad shape, my left side hurt so, at times, I could hardly bear It, and I could not lie on that side at night, at all. I also had another serious symptom of womanly trouble. I finally decided to give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a trial, so I purchased a bottle, and by the time I had taken it, I felt better in every way, so I got another bottle, and it straightened me out entirely. I feel as well now as I ever did in my life, and I can be safe in saying that Cardul is the best medicine on earth for women. I had little faith in it before I commenced taking it. but now I would not exchange it for all the other medicines." Are you one of those poor women sufferers, who feel that life is hardly Worth the living? Have you t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 September 1913

AL Ant cm ten hot sin ar tin, fea -rI Pu Ir F2l It When a woman suffering from some form of feminine t rder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course tens her. to e very thought of the hospital operating table and the n's knife strikes terror to her heart, and no wonder. " * isquite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage ,e an operation is the only resource, but thousands of NE B have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking so E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This fact is i, by the grateful letters they write to us after their ra has been restored. These Two Women Prove Our Claim. p Mane.-" I feel it a duty I all my own work for a family at gi all suffering women to tell four. I shall always feel that I owe bl Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable my good health to your medicine." pi d did for me. One year ago -Mrs. IIATWARD SOWEaS, Cary, Me. f myself a terrible sufferer. e3 pains in both sides and such a Charlotte, N. C--'I was in bad 1 could scarcely staighte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 September 1913

SEA RAGING IN CITY'S STIr.ETS Vnew of 'ast Front ,tr-et. New li rnr N. A. ',howng how the water was 41 / 4 1 1 1 11 .vJ . 1 1 1 1~~~·rUV~ ~ ~u~UI ~C- ---- THAW DEPORTED FROM DOMINION SURPJFSING MOVE BY CANADIAN OFFICIALS-IS CAPTURED IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. W.mtern New mpajl r t'nl.on News 'setrvl't. ('olebrook, N. H--Harry K. Thaw, fugitive from Matteawar, is now on American coil. Thrust unexpectedly over the Cana dian border despite the writ of habeas corpus demanding his npoduction Ie fore the King's bench in Montreal, h,, was 'cs three hours a free man and during that time drove madly in an au automobile for 50 mile3 through rte hills of Vermont and New Hampshire. Near noon he ran into the arms of a New Hampshire sheriff and was brought to Colebrook, where he retain ed counsel to risist extradition. William Travers Jerome, rushed hither on a special train, assumed charge of the case for New York state seeking to have Thaw, as a ward of the state, returned to Matteawan. Fearing kidnappi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 September 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL,_ .IJTREE BIROS4., luhlher TAI,,UIAII, MADISIN I'A IISII, IoUISIANA, SATI IIIDA, nIEPTE3BIEII " 11 III I ;I . . . .. . .. . .• . ,,, . .. .. ... . ... ... . ' - . . . . .... . . . - •••••.- .--- Inm,m : uu Tl fII   ,llr FARME IS OF COUNTRY PACKERS SAY CATTLE ION DECREASING AT ll ALARMING RATE. TECO3N FOR COTTON male Through Preventable and Slaughter of Calves Cause Shortage. -. The rsilosiuhilitY of a future ineat famine was put snail farmers i)h spf akers at the( asUgal convention of the A.\meri elat Packers' Association. All speakers agreed that if the ,d in meat production of the last ars is not stopped, the question meat supply for the people of ted States will be most serious. the remedies suggested by the w,,ie: snmall farmer should raise at pwo beef steers a year to offs-' seed production of the great of the \Vest. remaining ranges should be cut farms to put all farmers on an *At footing. are elopmennt of the hills of New sea with their bountifu...

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. — 27 September 1913

POLICING OF PARIS Waldo Tells cf Shakeup in the French Capital. Germans Are Very Law-Abiding No One In Berlin Disobeys the Injunction on Placards Read ing "Verboten." New York.--"London." said Rhine landor Waldo, commissioner of New York's police. "respects its police; Berlin obeys; Paris hates." Mr. Waldo didn't discuss New York's turn of mind toward the force. %% ht's the ue of awaking sad .!-ho-s? lie has just returned from a stuldious tripll to Eu.rope. "I fIlund three great policemen in liHnry. Hlennion and Jagow," said he. "in Scotland Yard. Paris and Berlin. London's police and police merthods correspond most nearly to those in vogue in the U'nted States. The Paris detective system is being torn to pieces and rebuilt. Berlin's police de partment is a highly efficient human ized c'ard index. Its main function is to keep tab." Mr. HWaldo explained the law-abid ing ways and love of system of the German people. "Wherever you go." said he, "you find placards, 'Verboten.' That me...

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. — 27 September 1913

The Jilting of Mr. Driscoll By HERBERT QUICK Author of "Alladia & Co." "Virginia of the Air Lanes," Etc. Copyright by t he oIbb- Merrill Coupauy RISCIPIFS has their lo- ditracrti cal habitats the same as that insl life things; an nothin' I nevi is worse f'r 'em than to Senator trn c'vm loose where supposes they don't know the wax- --an' I't tcr-holes an' wind-breaks. course. Principles that'li lay on export s fat an top the market ;gang ha in Boston. '1 queer the skips ai hall game in a country sure af ' t is tangled up with In- ly use mines. 'r range-stuff. In the way sot country, dogy principles hand-ra pourre of loss. until they get vortin' sp so's to git out and rustle Ainsley push. Now. this Humane-So- --Glad3 .Relief-Corps form of doin' 'eres ar as, you'd say, as we set 'they ct -- the grub-wagon; but I swear yips o' harey's Gulch, the worst throw- until tI Iever got in a social way grow- sort of -et of a combination of them two ations, proper Idees with a Oberlin in he...

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. — 27 September 1913

1 ri MAiillN llUUKNAL PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. (; E:i(;(, E ;'ENC('KE, fd itor. Official Journal of Madison Parish. ()lficial .Jouiiral F'ifti Dl)istrict Lo-v"1"t' Bc"ard1, Sc11"ho l l Hoard, I',olice Jury alnd! 'fowi of $l.5-1 l'i:a A.xI1M IN AI,'v..(':. Enlterel.ln. 10tlhi, lIlilU at Tallu lah, lia., as s ' l-class .. , ail miatt.,.r, u:iler Act of (onligres ,of Marc'h 3, ST!). The ,,JcURNAL in not responsihl for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its elumns T II.,ULAII, LA., .EPITEu.siR 27, 1913. ANNOUNCEMENT. To Tn. DEMOCRATIr VOTERS OF THE PARInil or MADISON: The General Ausembly of the State of Louisiana has been called by his Excellency, the Governor of this State, to convene in extraordinary session at the State Capitol in the City of Baton Rouge on the Sth instant, mainly for the purpose of ordering a Constiutional Convention, having for its chief objoct the taking care of our St.ate's present indehbtedness of some $11,0~)0,1~J).KI, which will mature on ...

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. — 27 September 1913

E IlADISON JOURNAL ..TJTA . i l.. BI;PT MBTIH H : ,. II)1:. SOCIAL NOTES. Dont forget the Alpollo,. next 5,bursda- - Miss Luey Sevier is vpending a lewdays in town. Miss Myrtle Rice is visiting iend. in Tallulah. Mrs. Jessie Y. Bnlney is visit jag relatives at St..Joseph. Mr. Walter Scott spent Friday ia Vicksburg. Mr. D. M. Evans returnled Wednesday from New Orleans. Mr. Johlinson, of King, La., was is town Thursday. Mr. E. B. Saunders, of Trinli wasin town Thursday. Ik. Dixon Powell, of Waverly, a visitor to tow n Tliursday. loving Pictures next week y, Wednesday and Friday. Several Imen spent a few en bledays at Snyder's Camp week. Mr. Scott Bettis and Mr. Bettis Najors were visitors to the \'il. ofTallulah Thursday night. Mr. W. H. Pierson made a usiness as well as pleasure trip New Orleans this week. Mr. A. E. Kell and Ar. Jellf *itis visited Tallulah Thursday niug. Mr. L. Z. Z. Nailor, who has been wking at Thoinastiown, La., for veral months has accepted a 'tion'at Fortunes F...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 September 1913

SYNOPSIS. Fran arrives at Hamilton Gr~.gory's home In Littleburg but finds him absent conducting the choir at a camp meeting. Mab repairs thither in search of him. laughs during the service and is asked to leave. Abbott Ashton. superintendent of I schools, escorts Fran from the tent. He 1 tells her Gregory Is a wealthy man. deeply interested in charity work, and a pillar of the church. Ashton becomes Vratly interested in Fran and while tak Ila leave of her, holds her hand and Is seen by Sapphira Clinton. sister of Rob ert Clinton. chairman of the school board. Fran tells Gregory she wants a home with him. Grace Noir. Gregory's private secretary, takes a violent dislike to Fran and advises her to go away at once. Fran hints at a twenty-year-old secret. and Gregory in agitation asks Grace to leave the room. Fran relates the story of how Gregory married a young girl at Springfield while attending college and then deserted her. Fran Is the child of that marriage. Gregory had married his...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 September 1913

T BEYOND UMAN ENDURANCE - Agnies Which Miss Lance She Lives toTel ti e Stery, However. Okla.--In a letter from Mss Miss Forrest E. Lance "As I have been benefited by gs of Cardul, the woman's tonlo, to write this letter for publi as it may be the means of other suffering women. three years, I suffered so, at with my back and bearing pains, I would think I could 9osiably endure the pain. I got worse, and would look dread for these trying times to greand. I decided to try Cardui, woman's tonic, as I had heard so of its help to other women, bow glad I am that I did, for I ratbhfully say that I have been benefited by taking only four ; in fact, it has entirely re me.  srn thuly sympathize with any from those awful pains due to y trouble,. for I have certainly _ ezDerience of them." y a medicine for women who suf ors the numerous ailments pe to their Sex, or as a tonic for nervous, worn-out women. has a record of more than 50 success. uas benefited thousands of in this time, and should ...

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. — 27 September 1913

LIST' TO THE LAY, OF THE OLD SALTS Tell of Many Strange Happen. ings on Amazon River. THROUGH SEA OF RED Huge Alligator Attacks Ship; Mando tin Music Lures Whistling Monkey on Deck; Big Turtles Halt Vessel and Men Fight Vampire Bats. New York.-Pipe all hands on deck, mates, and listen to this gory tale of the sea. It is the tale of the little steamer Javary which recently arrived from a voyage of ".500) miles down the Amazon river. Captain Alexander Alexander is mas ter of the Javary and many a trip he has made up and down the Amazon. The first mate is G. N. Duff, the sec ond R. B. Furneaux. and the third. J. L. Williams. All are familiar with the waters of the Amazon, its mosquitoes. its alligators and its blood-sucking vampires. On the second day out. with just ta whiff of breeze to temper the heat. the Javary was coming along slowly, as all ships do in those waters at the start. Mr. Duff-they call all officers "Mr." on all well regulated ships-was on deck. A huge alligator showed...

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. — 4 October 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., Publishers TALLULAII, MAIIºSON PAl'lSi, L)UISIANA, SATUIID AY, OCTOBER 4, 191: N\ I1' l.E--OI. PROHI BILL IN LITTLE ROCK DE TO TAKE ACTION S. B. NO. 118. FOR REFERENDUM guilsrs That Death Knell of SIsl Sounded if Bill Is Sustained. Union Newn a er.v1 -It was announced by le Arkansas Federation of J. V. Bourland of Fort represent the federation asl legal firm of Grant & t Pine Bluff will represent agU Trades Council when of the prohibition act of I: uglsture is argued before Supreme Court on Octo- Al s1 on officials declared '' wished it made plain that at fighting prohibition. Pro OSy declared, is not a matter salnion labor is concerned. interests in the present they declared, is confined acy clause to the act, uaMrgency caluse to the act, N At I Is not to become effective 1, 1914. Federation of duliare that if this action of W sO is sustained, it practi the death knell of the R In Arkansas. seauat case is one of the most in ever brought before th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 October 1913

The Stalking of Pauguk By HERBERT QUICK I Author of b .'AUldia & Co.. Vrini o0 the Air La. es," Eltc. ( Copyrighlt by the lobb. Merrill Coumpany Ills story has been blamed for its lack of a moral. People seem to expect one so put to the rack the facts in the case that they will shriek out some well tried message. S o m e have behaved as if they thought the moral here, but faulty. C(olonel Loree of the Solar Selling ('om pany, however ,thinks the affair rich in the hic-fabuladocet element. So does Williamson. soliciting agent for the Mid-Continent Life; and so-emphatically so- does the Mid Continent itself. Trudead, the "breed" guide, has had so few years In which to turn it over in his slow moving mind as he has lain roll ed in his blankets while the snow sift ed through the moaning pines, that he has not made up his mind. As for Pos ter Van I)orn and Gwendolyn their opinions--but the btory itself is not long. Williamson says 'hat when he left Van Dorn's office with his applicat...

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