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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 November 1913

AEEP jb ersation, ir s After ".'may Ev!e L. a Am :zes the " dblatlo had ter amblin, d stnoth Id becac " weak, I t arouo i \ould al duringg mon coa a bcame b e :ss afttr words. IL d lung ible, bu" I eatused a womanly usi $ rdui. the and the 1i bottle Am no r'ng tine,, ,agawake a Its lively er el ld have t ,a wreck - Pla for Cati nd I do cE can be ,- Lin favor i roman's ' cilne. I n lpiagth fr a bottle bel Ieve I I rc M a1 women o tls who Io glow o ilth on trembl othering Mrs. Pow ? tcribes, an symp' t f wom 6ad should v en the to pre- a tenera' gIl years, f, thb has beet Ing u' women to a th an,: Sgdo the sa . yo4, ir a Cardul o, * - -a tvor of f the to Orders. down the garden Hi smed at seeing her son head against the gar gs wretch." he cried, doing ao* ^ e my '37 ad." .:'lied that woul ':y H AlI MNS FF IS $TIVE grIl get a 25 r Bottle Right Novw.AlIo D Itthing Scalp Colorlues and scraggy wlevidce of a aglected -that adl scurt. so destmtive to i., It robs the hair ls strength an ...

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. — 29 November 1913

forO1(K IINALGOPSPELU MNor ser of,. rbt/rerfre +*  e or toe t 00 sua '1.· tihe Yane EXT to the Holy Land for the wealth of rels rle ng -of the braen interesting l region the orld to rv erpent by oees Te been started by the univertinasly the death oMces scholars and relious lteaders of wee ndteryeto wka and to conduct a thorough plent o room or the e h o tu Monasterdly beenof St Catherd by modern alive. It s an exceeding MAnat a where tant mois b vemen that the oldest land today crren easily derness, eit Bie mansripts arted by tobe founder largely cmposed of rocks Discoveries already made Indicaste with prae- It only maintains a hand tieal eertalnty that these manuscripts must be ful of natives, and it is there, but for peculiar reasons very little prog- believed that the number Lees has been made In searching fbr them. Dur- ha hardly changed since ag the years 1844, 1853 and 1859 the German prehistoreic times. Though scholar Tisacheadort spent much time explorting barren, the land ...

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. — 6 December 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SA'tURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913 NEW SERIES-VOL. 1 NO. 5E El OFi - INT1 VOTE EGATE TO NA SEING MAKES ADDRESS. CHARGES MADE Mat Southern Woman Iallot Reflects on stslligence. spirited address by  of Birmingham, denied that the 1 do not want the that the states lining up in favor of was one of the trty-fifth annual con t l Woman But held here. itthe South want the Mrs. Jacobs, who call refutation of the made In no less * halls of Congress of the South suffrage." It is an -id "of the Southern which I reset. 1 aique, original or 'thuesands of us. efl irsginla, Louisiana, ,Florida, North fact, In all the stirrin, are real i s the only honor, sure means of se ef their aspiratione given a great ova adopted, almost t resolutions intro Rinag Robinson, a do state Senate, Wilson "In his to Congress tq suffrage constitu aws an administra urge Congress to favorable action Seate to pass the ailkg the house to 4o women's sat I...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 December 1913

SF ti il i l F-N C;-Oerative Union of America ft e Common quality seeks a low level. Debt is a malignant form of pov- t, erty. $ Education should be with a view to action. 1 t Politics, without education, is a dan- c gerous thing. Clear-sighted reason is one's most valuable asset. t Debts make cowards of us all-pro. vided we are honest. t Success comes to the man who be lieves in succeeding. Clean bodies and clean clothes have a moral effect upon children. We should water and cultivate the Sowers, and destroy the weeds in our disposition. 1 No talents, no circumstances, no op portunities will make a successful man unless reinforced by a reasonable I t amount of energy. The man who hitches his horse to a fine shade tree ought to be condemned i to holding the latching strap in his teeth until he learns better. UNITE TO GET FAIR PRICES b Attorney Generals of Southern States h Give Opinions on Scope of c Farmers' Co-Operation. To what extent may producers unite a to obtain fair prices a...

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. — 6 December 1913

TION ON RN FARMS ry Adapted to the South. CROP IN SOUTH prom Frosts as Menace .I.Caled Corn Belt to Pulverize iAbsorb Moisture. g. ALFORD.) s of the south make adapted to the cultiva crop, since there it from early frosts Y there is In a large t now termed the corn is sufficient to pro crops and it is only SIlverize the soil and vegetable matter and from 5 to 15 Inches > will absorb the rain Ie soil water by Fre w cultivation. rad good seed are es in corn growing, ' rough preparation of the seed is planted we to expect a good crop will only give our lands that the farmers in a give their lands we climatic conditions for the crop, easily on, and the doing ustion of mere appli fertilizer per acre. « the experiment sta bileate that at the usual ii d commercial fertil production of corn fertilizers Is almost a unless the corn ' s a systematlc rotation ring crops. The ys: "That at preo eummercial fertilizers oeod with profit" The uates: "In no case has Sb the crop been sufficient d f...

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. — 6 December 1913

01 JOUIIAL EVERYn SATURDAT. Wh - paper E sr"ENER, Editor. that t pape TELEPIONt lit *ws . *a _ horeade t cial Journal Fifth District town Levte Board, School Board, W Police Jury sad Town of Lion. Tallulah, of ri p-aper $1.50 Pss Aiwx mi Anvawcs. sure Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallu- ing lah. la., as second.class mail matter, under Act of Congresso of March 8, 1879. te Poh JOURNAL is not respoadhlt for the as vew sad opinions of eorespoTdm to t ppeDarU i Its oIntumns oil that TALAKU, LA., Dvc. 6, 1918 tow, betty .Um b mum Ceu i Washington, Dec. 4.- Har- the nDay among representatives of 8Sat all sections of the country marked today's session of the National Rivers and Harbors ongress in I tenth annual session here. All the speeches of the day, t while telling in each instance of you the particular needs of a certain head state or section in waterway im- Drn provements, breathed a spirit of M - arod nationalism, the declar Ition being made by one speaker the after another that he de...

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. — 6 December 1913

exaxx 6, 1913 iI Ul gAL. , Lw e'Ad to p4, Porn.al or from it paMrts of nlention must to name will be, R to dn so so " P. O. Box DO 11 of Afton, La., I towra Tuesday. f Afton, La., was sal Co made a flying of : Friday, on bus Mu formerly of Ru s here with the Do Ilansdale of Lake oul down Friday to ed Mansford was in an' on important da; we of Roosevelt Re this week with sec Vt. H. Harvey. a 1 lie -----"- h of Bayou Ma- me n this week on kn the it Delhi topped s Monday on his 1 Miss. ill of Trinidad was Q' hailing cotton to fl (otton Oil (o. gin lea ha er went over to n day night on bus- Its Tuesday evef Bi of Mansford Tallulah Monday Ml Iray to Memphis, . ·Fl Is of DIelta Point in Tallulah as the ge SGeo. Eisley and so who has been H liun Philadelphia, to his old home NI Qilfoil of Omega of Mrs. Lmnise 1 trains yesterday * pi Brown of Lakr "w stenographer , was present of court as court tr BI of socks, hand tlets, comforters, covers and for the box T . Kindly send al Dee. 0, 1918...

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

Warns You esof Natures warnings weemesas Kidney disease every year. I asglect a bad back. If your back it hurts to stoop or lift--if is Irregularity of the secretions- our kidneys. If you suffer head dizsiness and are tired, nervous ad worn-out, you have further proof. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, a fine rem edy for bad backs and weak kidneys A Texas Case Mrs. B. F. Ben s 0 , Anderson "1"wl Avre., Houston. Texas.. eys: "Two " operatilons failed to relieve my kid S trouble. I lad hemorrhages of the kidneys and puIed pure blood. The pain and suf fering in my back was terrible. I wasee nothing but skin and bones. When I had given up hop'. IDan'. Kldney Pills came to my rescue and cured me. Today I am In better health than ever before." ee Dao A, ames. moe aSea D OAN'S ,P.LL. cposa.nm tmn o., MIrrFA , NY. A girl's Idea of an affinity Is the first man who proposes. And Many a powerful piano mover is unable to carry a tune. ra.Wlaslew's Setlhiag Syvup fr Chlldmre ssaeisg, softise ste gams, r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 December 1913

CASTORIA For Infants sa Children. The Kind You Have - PER Always Bought Reparlies frrAs S.wbo,df- Bears the Signature stContains neither , e nor Mineral ARC OTIC CAMIIOMRIA Isions.FevrYoshF or id you e youtr vd e r and Si mik Snature of a $ et -- aagthirty Years s._ er th.e 1ooda0 epy of Wrapper. ..n A. ,.. Did you see your fertilaer dealer and ~a1m rnge to bhp fertiliser contaainig at least as much POTASH SPhophori Acdd? That is the real kind that pays you and the d er. If y did not, tou should at om ask your dealer to carry tash Sals that you may increase Potash in the ordinary rands. To increase the Potash percnat, add +o pounds Muriane or Sulphate of Potash to a tn goods. A socpouad bag wE hm.ase. the Potashof a ton s er Try it aroce and see how ash Pays. meot " rm sats. ,w uA rpm. W. wau af e em KAU WORKS , , 42 bradwae , New Yeak Liver Duty ea whenm thet HwI and bowels are ribl 77p 1ADI!ES111 NAN NAL uISES FORLDAS OJ~ (Pmmr s o m fid~ m a m k~l mi. MAIL 1.77 Irl. T.. .t las...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 December 1913

$ S CRUME.N Il POms in Mexibo Until Dista. . s Elimmnated, Say NIrT ILL HELPS FARMER Nead .-" tgislatioe That WIII Facili taeb nttln of Capital for Agrliou SPurpoees- Would Choose Candidates by Primary 4 eHimlf for Philippine . I. d Lot Anti T' T law Stand. W lahi to. Dec. 2.-Iresldent Wil. se0 aOred before the joint session of the two houses of congress today .ad delivered his annual message as pd ue - of my constitutional u~ty to e to the congress informa ties of the state of the Union." I take the liberty of addressing you oh sev eral matters which ought, as it seems to meo, particularly to engage the at testlsot.ryour honorable bodies, as of all tk study the welfare of the nation. Departs From Custom. I hag ask your indulgence if I ven -or to depart Is some degree from the usual custom of setting before you 3t formal review the many matters wheih have engaged the attention and eIleditr' the action of the several epartents of the government or wich lock to them for early treat e...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 December 1913

* ---- "UNGS OU, it f~ ptb idepy THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913 NEW SERIES--VOL. " NO I ' I l T I r n1 TI l I B RI IT IS H P R E M IcFm, cA r lPr i W e .. . , am , u. . . ." ', , - , ,.. .. . _ O TRIES TO REVOLUTION O.RDERS IMPORTATION INTO IRELAND S'1- TOPPED. 't SECURE PEACE Declared However, That hfforts at Conciliation {fie too Late. Union Newm ervice. British cabiqet, by a a prohibiting the Im and ammunition Into e first time grasped the frevoluation in Ulster, Ignored, although ft i8r Edward Carson bern advertising their in every poesl. dansg Interference with e time of pubVcation of Premier" Asquith step toward the con igerites that the govern sanoeing his ac be principles of a basis whih Sir Edward Car. Ia his last speech. a of Ulsteritee. are: irst-That mast not be humilltat. to Ulster; secoad, must not be differ from that meted parts of he United Ulster must retain oe the tmperial Parlia tke home...

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. — 13 December 1913

/ e League of Lost Causes s, H. N. EGERTr W S RSSbWi 9u S A Dutch Music Lesson - ICopyrbght. 11 by W. Chapman.) HAVE been expecting you for some days, Mr. Lane." said Lord Claude Tresham, I when the young American stood before him in the 11 brary of his mansion on Park lane, London. "I learned some time ago that you had ceased to be associated with the League. Sit down and tell me precisely why." Paul Lane answered with some ve homence: "I was, as you probably know, in deced to place my services and my for tune at the League's disposal by Her Highness Princess Clothilde." he be an. "I say 'service and fortune.' al bough I believe that only the latter was required by the minds at the back of the organization. At first I was unaware of this. I threw myself with enthusiasm into the cause." "That enthusiasm of you Americans will yet be the cause of your country's 1 downfall," answered Lord Claude. "But please pardon the interruption. You found things different from what you 4 had been ...

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. — 13 December 1913

kmo g the Mexican Revolutionists Sith A Graphic Picture Story of the Conflict From the Firing Line Between the Federal and Constitutionalist Forces as Told by C a m ea Daring Photographer. ADVANCING U ER PROTECTION OF CANNON FIRE 4 [ :,.g of General Villa's men are here seesadvancin3 under the protection of cannon fire to engage the federals w._oha. fighting. SI - 6EN. VILLA'S CENTEIR IN MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILROAD eh photograph of Villa's center on the line of tL, Mexican Central during the fighting aroad Juares. *The _ ttLes extended fve miles each way. from this pot. The train was in readiness to carry the wounded to FEDERAL OFFICER SHOT DOWN :"i " the usual portion of the federal officers captured by the rebels, Sthis one disguised himself as a private he did not escape the S hs ien emies. ADVANCING ON THE CITY OF JUAREZ showi t of the rebel army advandag rapudl, en the w ihm ths t lonaliuta es hbold. iiZ1 F :" T f: REBEL SHARPSHOOTERS NEAR TUXPAM These are some of the sharpshooter...

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. — 13 December 1913

4 -- dADI 1.i.OUx -AL - Ain'l . :,.,-;:. . NU.MnBER 7. son' C , ou.- ,: adis} Parih. , c'ha * - Oin nF "- .., + Tt t' ivj.trict the lint .... i'th, 19 e atl Tallu- I I:. . ,.. ,i- J !-'" .,nil Cu! 'S 7,3I' T PSDE T W;LSON. -of Jo. 'I. Choate, former ambhnasdor Ii to th, .rtofSaint Jam s,in r'"ferriant 1 P tothe h of Governor OGynn, ofNew ' fa York, which the litter expressed the j; wish have twenty-fllve voluntaers under i banner of Emciency and , Eooe " aid: "A: these 25 citizens h . wants for his Jo L'Ce, I refer him to all the A 500 o: re present. Go right, arhed .. OGve and piclk them out. I prom- a; toe y eh and every one of them will :ta be hi. serve." The no the tribute to Prevident o Wilsa e "T resident of ours, " Mr.Cbo- it ;,t. . 'nhan been in oEffie now for UI 1 t.1, , s , and he has been working t very I with the most honest prpoe n to the Id, and with, I behve, no de els in ' heart except to ne.rve th.e SAsser e lple with the best of his ability, I be has aooomplis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 December 1913

S OURlINAIIPR f 1819U1 lNSllAL-. I, AL will tr Itgd Ito Ape pvai, ltroRl or do' irOm rm patrt of 1 -mnlentiA mont t Pr I to name will be thel to do so Ce-. lo ,P. O. Box I er, of Mound, Tallulah on Mon- H(t Robertson spent a ia Lake Irovi- pr ds.pop Sad Bessie John- "eW next Friday to hin holidays. car Sthe Iron Moun- hel here figuring on io tofTallulah. oad i"ns attending in New Or- d'( the bc; , Presidentof am spent several fro jis week. It en merchant and tri was in town saa ey, Sr. wentto to see the Mitchel planter ant ownM Wednesday Ur who has been I.l sister Mrs. Cade ise to her home in ist RUI riemon is the at- al of Mr. and Mrs. i sad Miss Florence -ce Li4 " Bopkins an 1 Mr. an _ ased through ay en-route M; to visit relatives.a W, suLrt,Mism. shi t." home Friday ,p visit to Miss Hat- i o lot Robertson went ,& sesday evening to "GUood Fellow, thi ednesday morn- ,'i sa liter for many t hear Tallulah and Pr J'esaat, La., was as T. P. Kell andt La., spent a h, Mrs. Kell .s...

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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. — 13 December 1913

JAnfiTON ON " SOUTHERN FARIS Everybody Should Join in the Universal Farm Uplift. FARM METHODS ARE LACKING Farmers Can Eaqly Grow Twice Aver age of Staple Crope-Many Great Industrial Corporations of Country Are Interested. (By (. H. ALFORD.) We have between the average and the best inlfarming in the cotton belt an attainable 1.000 per cent. This difl ference of 1,000 per cent. against the average farmer is due wholly to con ditions which he can easily control with the necessary knowledge. Every corporation and business man interest Fd In the welfare of the country should join forces with the United States de partment of agriculture, agricultural colleges, experiment stations, state de partments of agriculture and other forces and conduct great educational campaigns until the foolish and crim inal wasm that is going on every year by reason of unscientific methods of farming Is a thing of the past. Our farmers can grow easily twice the average yield of our staple crops. This increase w...

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. — 13 December 1913

apt Jud rel fud S don dut poc con d mu tol so pei S- fro d nt an by Calufet. me di itgbet not only in e eras well-lau el t oud b lv to S eis u t you fa t ! wUi ork arry on oftwherediidu.n elie e a iL-- mu ethe blue t JlRC NO. 50- ,91. the whole e sctof en. y e t I )u* a t emlete; It i likely emriseds rll e e would you ikhe to be * ye woeerldn'thave to oo t famly there that rocks the era Wh e ere ya fore yon tha tIts not the adid m wIll breaL ans ease stwIbe or whtkm tehat rwhn a ma berliee he ha love and old-fsh sever go entirely out haat ifunded on virtuea tk soludtio. Aroid it. hir Bue, the blue that's tha agreeahle compan -woman who loves us. e woman has the it at faout. ibe t e. A o * Pills Farmers' Fncational A Union of America l mor erge plan bett the a to dnepti tosteceryou le ofpe A w l Np- uin v Ah lcdi o to t cord He who hates to raise a sweat is not i apt to raise much of a crop. has When judging others one should be cent Judicious as well as judicial. cres Once started, ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 December 1913

giCRrTARY DANIELS PREDICTS ISCH LEGISLATION WILL BE PASSED SOON. STUDIED BY A COMMISSION Supresetatnve Sthelwek Thinks Hit Plan of Government Aid to OGua anete Spntem Is Better and Safer Than Competitive Method. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.-Recently Secretary of the Navy Daniels spoke at several large cities in the west on the pros pect of better times for the farmers of the country, lncidentally as the re suialt of tariff and currency legislation, but specifically perhaps as the result of legislation establishing a rural credit system. The hopes which Mr. Daniels held out of beneficent accom plishment were high and the Demo crate hope of course that his prophe ies will be justified by the facts of the future. In one of his speeches It the west the "secretary of the sailors" maid: "The sew tarlff will remove from the farmer the ecessive charges for every article needed in cultivation and in the home, and will cheapen the living of the farmer. The new currency bill that will soon b...

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 December 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. - E BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATUIRDAY, DECEMBER 'O, 191, iEW JEIiES--VOL. NO. 2 :.- " g g g g i 1• 1 la 11 i lill T PAINTING MA BEEN FOUND LISA," STOLEN FROM LOUVRE. IS RECOVERED IN ITALY. S FABULOUS VALUE - %00,000 for Masterpiece it Have Been Refused at One Time. peUihr Unlon N 5We et. Italy.-"Mona Lisa," Leon e Vtaci's great painting, which sen from the Lo vre in Paris thn two years ago, has been It is now in the hands of the authorities and will be returned ULisa" or "La Joconde" as it popularly known, the most portrait of a woman ever has been the object of exhaus' guLa in all quarters of the globe. Igtery of its abstraction from -lrre, its great intrinsic value re gI strange fascination of the p the woman it portrayed-Li- th Gocoade--wife of a wealthy m, have combined to keep cl bea tOst in ts recovery. vi palsting was recovered when PerugIa, who has confessed 01 it from the Louvre, tried at ,the masterpiece. was " rking ...

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 December 1913

BAD IS A SMOKER Connecticut Boy of Three a Sea soned User of Tobacco. ;John Lippke, Jr., of Waterbury, Con. sames Three Cigars Daily-Young. ster Began Habit When He Was Only One Year Old. Waterbury, Conn.-Physicians are puzzled-over the case of John Lippke. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs John Lippke. of No. 305 North Main street, who at three years old smokes daily three cigars. The child, according to his parents, has been smoking since he was a year old, and all attempts to break him of the habit have failed. The physicians declare they have nev er heard of a parallel case. Con sumption of more than 1.00,) cigars a year is net his only accomplishment. for in addition this infant relishes a pipe and cigarettes. The boy's father is a machinist In one of the local iactories and an in veterate smoker. About two years ago, according to Mrs. lyippke, her baby found a lighted cigar on a table and picked it up. He placed it be tween what few teeth he had and puffed vigorously, as he had seen hi....

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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