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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 March 1887

MADISON TIMEs." Ik'VOTED TO TILE WEL'ARE OF MA\DIO PAIRIISIH VOL. IV.-NO. 4. TALLULAII. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURlDAY. MARCII 26. 11,87. TERM The Story of a Crimes I wu asked the olher ,isa how nlanl ases I ad known. in n,% linr, cXtsp rienceu adtetie,. of inocetnt I,eoplh being eavited itand Inisilhed tor t11 crimes of others? My :tanw..r war, .only a," and th.e e 1s1, ,ll wortl, relating sad reading. I began my detective ,.areer in Cana. da and a a locality where justice made swift work of evil-doers. I had been three year in the I,uiu .'.. and haId doe som very fair work. w heu a very ensteootl case was put into my hands. Three miles from the city or B-- lived a retired merchant namucd Graf ta. Be had a fline mansion, elegant g msads and plenty of money. but his wife was an insane patient ina his own house, and the only child, a boy of 19. was half idiot. Grafton was a silent oartner in several concerns in the city. but spent four-fifths of his time at home. His wife was nev...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 March 1887

MADISON TIMES R. C. WEIGIITMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - - Publisher. SA.T I1'DAY. MAI.('il , IS,7. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O. YEA. R, - - - . . . (.a' rix O .VT s, - - - - - - 1 -' THREE MONTHS -,. Member State Central Il:xecuttIve :omn. alitt .mt . District Executive Conmmittee. . J. B. S'r,. I, of M' :li-on, (' i'n. J. II. l;I.O lt., of " J. M. K.NNEl', of Ea-t ('Carroll. A bl,e j,e'nr ii maurk at thI , p,,',r graph iulic tes. tht ,our . ,b .cri,, tion will cJ/-ire i,4 tI,r, (k,... A blue pencil mnarlk ,it this parar graph mcans that this is the lIst tito, the paper "'ill be sen,t to ynu 1 ,,Je .. the subscriptin pric' is rcrticerd be fore next isue. River news: down she goes, down, down. The river came to a stand at Lake Providlence Tueosd:y. The (;erman Emperor celebrated his ninetieth birthlay March 21. Dr. T. G. Ford has lecn par doned by the Go(;vernor, and was released March 17. The inter-state ciitlmerce con(l mission, will not have much time in which to post ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 March 1887

MADISON 'TIME ! 1. C. WEIGHTIAN, Editor & trop p. W. HICiEY. - - Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i -tov~ Tll' . - y REE MoT'r . -- - - (;ood fi-hinz n,,w. A galley l:tav '- .t !ri nt r. Now d,n't t..,k ii: wit,'r. Beautiful wea!ier thi- wv , ik. Trains are ~e',-raily on tim'. The eqluinex! wa. ':tsy' V1 "n. Police Jury m,,tif Tuc-,lv. lhstcool :p ll. hun, ',n welil. Steel rails will -h,-rtly be l:, il on sec. 4. Gentlemen, let us shlughter New York in 1888. Work on the Court House will begin next month. The V., .. . P. is planting grass along the roadl bed. The freeze-of Monday night ,li;i Gsole damage to garh'n:. The town is scarre' ,,l. hut the cool season s nearly \v' The emperor Willia'- Iirthdlav seems to have been aubut three days. Mr. J. B. Snvd,.r. Secretarvy , the Levee Boarl ,calledl at t lh TIMES office last Wedne-day, an., made himself agreeable. The TIMES is in receipt of an in vitation to attend the unveilimn, ,t thebequestrian statue f (;en. Al bert Sidney Joh...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 26 March 1887

LEPROSY IN SAN FRANCISCO. Three Blrothsrs Who Are VLetitln of the bread i)lease-Medical Treat ment Unavatlling-A Living Death. The Twenty-sixth street holIpital. better known as the pest house, con tains not a single case of small-pox. and has not had one for some time, Isays The San Fraicisco Chroaic, Libut there are four patients there who are booked as being afflicted with that most dreaded of all diseases, leprosy. One ot these is James Seguye, a colored lman. a native of St. Augustine, Fla., who has been in the hospital since March 8. 1880. There is some doubt labout his case. When he went to the hospital the skin was coming ofl' his hands, arms. and boldy in scales, which resembled wheat lbran. but after a course of treatment the scaling oft c'eased; the disease has made no appar ant progress since. As leprosy prop'er hlas never been known to be allected by treatment, but pursues its march slow )y, yet relentlessly, the physicians in cline to the opinion that Seguve's dis cas...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 April 1887

MADISON TI MES. D.VOTED TO TUE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY. APRIL 2, 1887. TE PE g JONES' SCHEME. Sdra and fatie, or . i.r..i , s th ea *t - " -A- his.n b cb e ;f." W eissa, the la n iWn ,M weJa me s t o dub m" -"e h L ms w1as athe ate. Drse sooads of Mneactie -a= the waSt d f wo ndor f w o taws s cask ae' s trgat Sorete ew of the are-yard, from "mtn mjs of takn ono Sa sl a wonderfully hest to add to the excite I the ltd's pgoin' on?" Jane throwang open the in't it-jus s-4oo-" the. hisa fe at her inquiry hast! It it awint fit to; a h e mraky! Master Hugh.  late a' of any of your ed is Lyddy Jane. Did sw dcesan Oh-ohg w dt. athdtor peal. tNow n tyea's a t laughing. pm with Poor Tow er. Didn't t hurt a 0 Oraprias you a little. All Ie justL Ja-e. in a little." sa Oh s amlioet Aunt Mar Slab last neight , la d it SsahtaD i foot. but hbe Vary i igrast.-g. So I itM ayou. Master :alii Ldy. Jane, shaking her slesily ,-uough to con S ju anr you going...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 April 1887

r MADISON TIMES 1. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY. - Publisher. SAT U RDAY, APJRIL 2, 1887. TRXMS OF SUBSCRIPTION1. oEr YEAR, - .- . $2 00 Ier MONTUS, - . - 1 2 THElr MONTHS - 75 Member State Central Exectlive Com. mittee. Jonx B. SToUN. District Executive Committee. J. B. SToNE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GiIFOIL, of " J. M. KzsEN Y. of East Carroll. A blue pencil mark at this iara graph iundicates that ysour subscrip tion will expire in two weeks. A blue pencil mark at this para. graph means that that this is the last time the paper will be sent to you unle.ss the subscription price is receired be fore next issue. Europe is full of war talk. Iron ore, of a high grndle has been disei"cove-d at Manshe!l, La. Paul Tulaneh the philanthropist, died at Princeton. N. J. March 27. Charles S. Fairchild has been appointed Secretary of the Treas ury. The great Ocean Yach: rare, wag won by the Coronet. *The race was for $20.000. It is proposed to turn Alask a into a penal colony,...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 April 1887

M 1ADISON TIMES C. a- WllGTIA, dlitor & Prop. . w. IcIY, - - Pblisher. STATYEDAT, 1'IIU I ll. TmBo OF SUBSCRIPTION. axs Yor. s r o . - . - 12 g1UI WO S. - I 2, mns Sorrs. - - - DRIFT. Fish stories are in order. The cabbage crop is good. Marsh went out like a lion. The town get has departed. Insure your life in the Security. Pow Jury second Monday in ALpril. Some laky people are eating new potlos* I Tbh week started out with a good sharp cold qel L March winds have been getting t in their work this week. ° Circuit Court brought only one o non.resident lawyer to town. t Partridges sad rabbits can be t found aleS the edge of the back water. o Turkeys are gobbling, and youn have only about a week, in which B to kill them. T The slight sprinkle of rain at Taimlak ,Sunday was hail at Delta Bs and Viekclrbg Several parties are out of coal, T and theeold spell this week caused I e.siderable inconvenience. You eas put your overcoats k away. You will probably needol them a few times yet, ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 2 April 1887

hEAT MOVEMENT. aple ina Emsgration to Savd the State ftom the Uave Poww. a a..ds.ir by at TbE er o *in Odginal aleisns. sse em a serap..aot. or walking from the an d structuret at the corner of i Main streets, which peases qh for a city hall in this aity. Worcester. the ree of the w.11 at once be attreatd by ag structure of solid masonry, foer sand battlements which mind the castles of ancient a Worcester (Mass.) cor f I Te Boss e U(ob. This MetWae is the Oread institute, boarding school for and the eminence upon stands was la olden times - Goat's bill; but when the al Institution was built gave to Goat's hill the clas. d Moot Oread. institute was opened for of pupils in 1849, and was bi. Eli Thayer. who is. in my thre most important historical now h lag in Worcester. He sixty-eight years ago. in that old town of Mention now Blackstone, ad when only d apg he packed all his world He a small trunk, shipped it d a boat on the Blackstone tramped. like some more of oLatimes, the entire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 April 1887

MADISON TIMES.. DEV-)T1:D Tio THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH YOL. I1.-'N. I. TALLULAH, MADISON PARIsI. LA.. SATURDAY. APRIL 9. 187. TERMS--82.00 PER YEAR -- - - - - - . . i . . . i i . . . .. . . . - i . .. . ... I . ..... . . I Marrying an Heiress. S.Over the bills and far away"' sang ong Will Blaisdell. as he urged on his tired mostang with a tones of the spa. **It is 'over the hills!' " he said to h "lasl about five miles over the . Y've got a climb before you, old WL bet there's plenty of barley at the othe sed, and a good night's rest too. i All O wel. I wonder if the mdmsa wi11 be at home. I suppose elh gjir wl be II she isn't I've travel ed a~ o h ed miles for iiothing." And oee sby the last thought he adapsed late silen. Wg aiusdil was on the north-west ra at of resott. Ar.sons, on his wry to Cueopee Springs. A young physici-he had graduated three years before at Bellevue-he had settled about a year bfdore in Prescott and was doing very welL Four months prior to the time when...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 April 1887

TE@.I S J - T I::- , - - 7- : \Lm er .- t '.,Y .' ..,:'. .' .," r.:. J. 1. the p -a tire ... - " .... better r(-:-:. in New Yt , . i ,. the " -. - ed. T ,, : i" .: Awfully I-:,t ._,. lnot sec ar . . : w o n 't e t ie in ! if .-tI . party wil !- < :i, ! The T .: '.i! i . - . :, : ipt o( :, r.: TVwitey wl·: l e : 1 ni. the lweN l h. The IT.:i e- - m I r ed. T. . nirt ce-,:Ud a:r n the kin' -h,.' .f th:, t , ,,.i--i. :,. r of ricult , . r T. . I:.: Mk1r.Lanmara::,.;! , ' , -..":;r':1 have join."! i!,- . " ,:!, IM r. ( ,,-r. land on ie I, i . i r : , i l .l ., i" and either hav, ":'i, h ,, I.im, t sign it, or have r,- lo ,,l. ' . they woul have I'..n .:it howe. I n t e r - s tt:- e ' o1-1" "i " " r- I" - generally, - iv hr t n th l, ,, rt... , but it can't I1 - .t. "1" , rr ilr,:, are joendil.avl, ri- t · v t:. ir. 1, haul rand s. They wv* r hv,- t., r, dace i hirt haul r ite i, nt in,'I-i-, the long haul. They I.il hn:t t,, come to it. - --- ---- - Genr. Itipthy, - hr , ,,,,I...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 April 1887

R. C. WnIr ;:- A:., I.itor & r P. W. EICXZ, . - 1_:.. TEVES OF SUDS 'RIPTIO:. oar vENTI. - -. -. - - , , Ti IE I: o I'll - - - - - ", - Memheritiate c('e:It:l w1ea.ti (', l! Dlstrclt xce:'uI't! ('7:!nt:it I ::l . .1. 1 .. Sr, :,,f ..'.:, -,a. ( ,' . J. \i. KJ .i.L 'i, ,if Ei'-t ( ar:, 11. A b l , e , ,r ,' ,,,,r r ." qt r ; graph ;i; .i , i', ,,o , ,,. , tion wfill ,'.p. , t, .. . A bluce p, " / , ;,' ( I,; .. graph ie rn..t, h,, (I,;.x 1,i, li. , the p)aper trill i,,...,,f t(n ? ,,(u v,,, n .. the S, .','ii a',li a 1,i,. is ,.r . :<,'.t !. fore next '.a .e. The D)::mnrats l have ia rr, 1 Rhode Islanl. The Suith a-s a ,1,,1-,d ,, i ,- -)- ( gizing, nind a SIutZh,.r rI1 ,rie- int' ( Ltie who Idoes not real:ize it, ],:1 .I better re.i,_n. MiJi.ss (':ithat zinc ,' f t,' w 'ah i, jest unl a:r:rid wt:mnu in t,,., United .t:lte,: ditd at h]lr r. .-ih tne'e in New York April 1. The Sirev lv,,rt T',1 1i1 - , , ul ei'S the loor(tst .,'sp r'im n f I , i:, ': the ilouttn r Ia::lt...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 April 1887

. W. HICK"Y . - - pbis;cr. Tg-i OF SU3aSCIIPTIo " o'r Y:'" - ", _ T-. Pmt up ytiur i, . Inture in th.e Kite flvyin+g _ l: ; i,,' ra '. P liCe .Ju ry t' . h ,l, :. . C ,h .a r a+ le p r a "t i' " ; . . i v ,l v , n . To.morrow wilt l I . -tr u:-t day. The nod weathir i:a I;,,:n r, - srmced. There is not much tdemani now for coal. Spring, gentle spring. And -hi sprung. It i, albout time for :h.e 1blnn L:a , gnats to rtiLre. rh, wat'er is g,,in; town it la.-t. sure lenoulh. Spring ýlit, will soon 1,` iut t niz in :In appeI:tran:'' . arch wind;i s 1 , , ., :ll l t April cni1iilal. t. The time for hirl sho . til: .r : pires next Friuay, the 1 . Those sha'nck -i t thel 1,,:.'r ,in -i of town are to 1 remat'vi. -,r,. Mrs. I,,hrt ha- ,uilt : .an , ii tion to her hous, e, to use as a ,,t office. The smn:ll ,nat:-, Il v-e tmad t.i r applearac(e, an the b1,.: ,ace \wiii 1o)11nl disapi'ar. (yen. DTnai: re'turue i f,'oml a trip to Kentucky: ani ,tlrii tat, last Tuesday much improvud in appe...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 April 1887

pAWI'Gi THE ENEMY'S FIRE 31w York Leader. frank was an only child. There is where the trouble commenced.I think. I1 old BMr. Massey. who was a widow er, had had half a score of sons and daughters, lie would not have made such a mess of bringing up Frank. I remember the story of the woman who said that when her first child was an infant, she woulI run up stairs half a dozen times in the course of the even iag after she had put it in its crib, to e t it breathed right. "But," said she, "after I had haed three I was per fectly satisfied if they breathed at all." So it- would have been with Mr. Mas sey, but so it wasn't. He hadn't any other child but Frank, and he contin ued to watch Frank's breathing until he was one and twenty-until, indeed, be was about to be married. He was about to marry me, or that is what he wanted to do. We were distantly related, not by blood, how ever, yet had never seen each other until my father, who was a poor man, 'bought a small farm adjoining Mr. Massey'...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 9 April 1887
Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 April 1887

MADISON TIMES. D1:VOTELI T'r THE WELFARE OF MAJDISON PARISHi VOL. IV.-N' . TALLLULAII. MADISON P lRI SII. LA.. ,,TURDAY. APRIL I. 1,4. I, ;·, . -. . . , V MCII.1n' MEETING. John Chailoner W:a- '!linlt utterly aiserlbie. He waB a brown- earded. - lookinc mran, with every out , al ppearance of health and pros. picty; but as he sat ' h re in the cor aera the railway varriage, with his ands thrust deepiy into the capae dris pockets of his fur-lined coat, and with his traveling cap pulled low over his ems I doubt it there were so wretehd a om in the whole of that T wssel tPt rible storm on, for i wme the' ristmas Eve of '7., ad .eetinsd to be a menm g"Mi night in the annals of the S aw almmaes; but as hi watching the snow being, hi r i d In compact masues awainst the w n doews, John C(halonrr felt a certain grim satisfaction tha:. nature .shoull be in aoerdace with his own tem. psertu thoughts. He was not very se of their present whereabou te, but ares be could judge, the train was al...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 April 1887

MADISON TIMES .- 1 C. WEIGHTtANtL Editor a Fop. jo eli I. W. HICKEY, . ablisher. TEPX OF SUBSCRIPTION. tl' six VorTJge, . - - - - - 1 21 Tas )-YTH - - - - CO -_ th ' ombers tate Central IbxecutJyr Comrn. II miuee. Jo B..r. ir.s. t lDstrict Executive Committee. am J. B. STONE, of Malldison, Ch'n. rI J. H. IL.FOIL, of J. M. Kt:ass.ur, of East Carroll. - -- ------- -- th A blue jnril mar!: at tlhi para- Bi graph indicates that /,our rdbscrip lion will erpire in tiwo wcvkl. A blue pencil mark at this para. ra graph mesaas that thid is the last time the paper will be sent to you. unless th the subscription price is received be fore next issue. of F. - $3.500. This is the amount agreed upon Ri y s a basis of assessmnent of the V. B. & P. R. R. The Railroad Corn pany seems to do pretty much as M it pleases, with all the parishes W through which their line runs. se They induced Richland to settle nc on a basis of $3.500 per mile, and s( now Richland complacently fixes ar the same amo...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 April 1887

SC. WJU NG , Editor & Prop. . . EICEKY, - - Publisher. 'TC"RD A y A [kUI I I ).;. 1;'. L Br.g 01F sUBSCRIPTION". s YrAR. 1 I, asr w.or.s. DIIm1,T. Anything to beat I rant. 3osquitos:are gettiung thick. t ;Gard(n hiave hben -n:tring for rain. This has been a had season for umbrellas and mud boots. Lack of space forhids the usual: e weekl editorial remarks.il No more danger of frost, the pecan trees have come out. The Madison House has been doing rushing business this week. Lack of space prohibits the pub- e liaetion of the resolutions adopted t by the Levee meeting. N Strawberries and cream taste just a nice to people when they E are well as when they are sick. a The proceedings of the Police ¶ Jury were really much more inter- B esting than they appear in print. You can put away your over- 1 at now. and you will not have 1 to get them out again this season. ti MIr.. K. K. Beer sent a sample u f. Matans to the TIMES office this 1 week which was duly appreciated. B The demand for ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 16 April 1887

Al ESSAY ON Il tIm D0G3. THE RELATIVE MERITS OF POINTERS AND SETTERS CONSIDERED. Rew to Tell Good Dogs from Poor Ones Tralaing and Hsndhng-Facts that Will Interest Men Who Shoot Over High-Bred Canassm-Setters Make Good uoose Dogs The variety of pointers now most commonly met with is the English breed. d;stinguished by the fineness of coat. lightness of limbs and ratishness of taiL The heavy limbed, ponderous animal of Spanish origin is now so rarely seen as to be almost forgotten. The larger var;ety perhaps excelled the smaller In endurance. The head of a well-bred pointer should be broad at the top,long and tapering, the roll rising to a point. His nose should be open And large, his ears tolerably long, slightly erect and falling between the neck and the jaw bone; his eyes should he clear. dark and bright; h a chest broad and deep-an indication of strength and endurance. His legs should be straight and muscular, loins broad at the ton. The hindquarters should be broad, and hind leg...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 April 1887

I MADISON TIMES. D-VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MIADISON PARIlSH VOL. IV.-NO. 12. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LA.. SATURDAY. APRIL 231. 18sE1..--- .j0 PER YE.R . ..... . . . . .. .l~r i nn1 · · i· · · m n  . m, . i a , SIRS BRAY. ,- ashatifuil, attractive wom yI eh owLd and crpl son cheek. .-. laId benst. ni. arms which se dshowli. I was alit neither ugly nor pirt. Lds r all the uesdr s e her--one loved me. y I ms is hus eye I cared nou.alg l a gdil wereo jealous at times. S ]dmoad a bearsa Brown declar S t was m such thing as get fag i Jtie e"roee any one whroe a, _ _. t5i5yI she tried her Sher. Mllitant Bray ie ad I Understand that. 1reM do m she was a divorced B ay heabs that she was very mash Ill.-nd by sr bsband, and bad pe Imet is duta 0o04t peare wmen wi bbar a gd ed rathl er taa sever the only tie at bials team o a hun. bead's .ad aid there is alw:,ys a oibt asuht a divere Some of the les al M Bmses's shregalg thein shdbas ad l weadered what the old id! hId thuisklag of to take Mr...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 23 April 1887

MADISON TIME I P. C. WEIGHTIAN. Editor & Prop. r P. W. RICIEEY, Publisher. SAT URDAY, APRIL 23, 1887. 14 - --.'- - - 0 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oW0 YEAR, - - - - - $2 100 saIX ONTrS, - . - - 1 25 yRltU ONTIIS - - - - - - 75 Member State Central ExecUtlve (oi. mintsee. JOIIS B. STONE. u District Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. h J. H. GILFOIL, of J. M. KE.Nssr, of East Carroll. it ---------------------------------_.I A blue pencil mark at this j,ara- f graph indicates that your subscrip tioa will expire in two weeks. g A blue pencil mark at this para. n graph (means that this is the last time ti the paper will be sent to you unless ti the subscription price is received be- Ih fore next issue. n Ji n1 The V. S. & P., is a Bond-ed road. ir The war in Europe still hangs T fire. The Sunday edition of the New b York Star is now a sixteen page 1 paper. n What has become of the Nicholls ' boom? It appears to have quieted i down considerebly. A boom is reported to...

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