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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 May 1914

WUTHE MADISON JOURNAL. BOUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1914 NEW SERIE-VO. . , i' Ii\) iN~E II'), •' IO • /iuerta Becoming Desperate; Rumored that He May Resign; Foes Without and Foes Within BROKEN WITH WAR MINISTER N IN CABINET, AMONG 06 GENERAL8, AND THE - POPULACE, ET AL. *wm ., Ptmo News serves. -A dispatch received at department from a forelign at Mexico City briefly said: 's position is desperate." dispatch from Mexico City the city apparently is quiet an outbreak might start &a which might even cost Huer re. buuilian minister in Mexico •gttlld the State Department ahricans there are not harras to danger, but that he had advis to remain in close quarters could leave. Has Brokn With Blanquet. imported that Huerta has brok aGeneral Aurilio Blanquet, his of war, erstwhile intimate ad elosest adviser. Evidence eklag that Blanquet is plot. a~'ist his former friend, to Ifa gave valuable aid In over Nadero. It is said that Blan de...

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. — 9 May 1914

FOR AUTUMN RESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COM MITTEES SOON TO MOVE TO HEADQUARTERS. TAWAIT AD )URNMENT lans and Progreslves Hope to ei t by Tell. Repeal Fight-Lat. fir anteed to Have Candidates in Moat Distripta. By GEORGE CLINTON. $hl fqoa.-It war the intention of Dmoeautic and Republican politi A magers to maintain congression M i ittee headquarters here until adJourns, but Mr. Wilson has 1~Lstal lon ahead of politics and so mAmittees' secretaries and lieu will be sent into the center of probably long in advance of the of the committees' chair who are members of congress. t Wilson's insistence that sad rural credit bills shall passed before he will consent to re congress from its labors has mastors and representatives of tha parties to the conclusion easpaignlng work must besgin the regular order of things, even +q esanot get away to help in the et t supervision. I bheadquarters tents of the chief eo the congressional committees Democratic and Republican par snwm will be struck and be moved t...

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. — 9 May 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal the war vmsels at Ver Cr is the transport Hancock, which Is carrying a great store of war mauni e lest. The loadinl of this vessel at the New Orleans docks is depleted in this photograph. HUERTISTA ARTILLERY IN ACTION' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.- - a ýt ~77 [ r, r, - .m: : M1: ls~; __.r- ~ ... t t Heto id urtlley heo sownhaaotm. ltt e8 n vlklflod d lvo on mma~~~~u" fo thirmde 8n ONE OF HUERTA'S CAVALRYMEN 1Mtro of a detachmemt of federal cavalry was taken durlni a st bolp through the streets of Mexico City, at the height of the We the breaking out of hostilities with the United States. ING THE TAKING OF VERA CRUZ t the erew of the eatesuip s wes in the cesroel top of the StS.he .s e a r o sw m ws ithe OWs oao Y as .4: -r . lw ) "`= wlr.' I' . -Y"_..}_%" bS eý tLm REAR ADMIRAL BEATTY Rear Admiral Frank E Beatty is nla command of the third division of the North Atlanti SeeLt BATTLESHIP IN ACTION :........

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. — 9 May 1914

Ti$ IADISOE JOURIAL PtluRIuSD FVERT SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENOER, Editor. Orric' Tasaer NUMsEr 7. ofMicld Jeurd ef Madas Parbih. A Official Journal Fifth District Levee B<rard, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.3) Pam A rux Is ADVANscE. Enterd4 Jan. 10th, 1i)03 at Tallu la, .a., as sqeeond-class mail matter, unmer Act of Congress of March 8. :.379. T The JOURNAL is not responsible, for L he views and opinions of correspondents L Sppearing in its c.lumns. C TALLtLAIs, LA., MAY 9, 1914. A PERNICIOUS CTflIC The Times Democrat recently gave publicity to an editorial C taken from the Batnm Rouge C paper which does a great injust- : lee to the State department of agriculture and immigration and -'n serve no reasonable end. . The Baton Rouge paper has sever been friendly or fair with Commissioner Bruner, adid it is pImin that the only motive prompting the article is to pro :anote the interest of others desir ws of taking over greater author- a ' t and patronage in their ...

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. — 9 May 1914

nub Iersonal ,AMax Levy of Lake I'rov was visiting in Tallulahl week. Jg. J. B. Snyder ihaq een II Lake I'rovidenc, hloling court Sweek. "r. B. Majors. of l'ti-a, Mis., visiting in Tallulah, this c T. r. and Mrs. W. H. Ward and inm -Neal T. Holt were visiting to Tallulah Mondlay. Ir. and Mrs. Rickard KU ,of Dnekport, was in Tal Wednesday. bl. F. L. Maxwell, President a I Police Jury, of Mound, au la town Wednesday. et . Alex (Clark was in town h sy attending meeting Co L Jury. col . Allen E. Iinds of the cal Macon district was in .i Wednesday. Benj. J. Mitchel, of Afton dui -iaTllulah, Wednesday. . J. B. Galloway of Omega, Ho town this week on busi- Be d. pd Mrs. John IT. Devine, (ai averly, were in Tallulah ing edlay. Lig . Will H. Hewes, of Ashly, of a town this week attending a fe of Police Juoy. (linv A. H. Purnell from Bran- bub is.. is here on a visit to 1OC e, Mrs. E. T. Puruell. J. B. Snyder is in Lake this week, atending oats some ously friends of Mrs. Ella Sny- in stc gla...

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. — 9 May 1914

The Hollow _ 7 'V of Her Hand -Geore Barr McCutcheon S)YNOPSIS. C(haflia Wrandall Is found murdered In a road house near New York. Mrs. Wran dall I summoned from the city and Iden tlSes the body. A young woman who ec eomlpanied V randall to the Inn and sub sIequently disappeared. is suspected. Wrandall. It appears. L.ad led a gay life and neglected his wife. Mrs Wrandall Starts back for N,'w 'York in an auto dur ing a blinding snow storm. On the way I she meets a young woman in the road who i,roves to he the woman who killed Wrandall Feeling that the girl had done her a service in 'ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply. had caused her gar.at sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determnin."s ti shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hlltty C(stle.ton's life. except that portion that relates to Wrandall. This and the story of *he tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell. She offers Hetty a home. friendship and security from perll on account of th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 May 1914

ave a Cool Kitchen Cook in Comfort 's no sweltering. nerve-racking beat-No soot nor ashea becomes a pleasant occupation when done with a t r a wonderful stove. With its Oven, Broiler, Toaster, Griddle mo ron Heater. it meets every requirement of the most exact osmewife. Bakes the inest, lightest Biscuits, Breat and lis a Steak or Chop to a turn-Does everything, right Sto Washln and Ironing. "atl the touch of a match, you have the desired heat-regu Ssimdply turning a knob. Absolutely Safe. Costs little to Handsome looking, and strongly built to stand hard daily Its chimneys are of pretty turquoise-blue enameled steel. ams of this stove. are now using a coal or wood stove, mak. up your mind a "New Perfection" this summer. You w be delighted a eaveniences and the simplicity of its ope If your ae.'t handle it, kindly write us. IERCE OIL CORPORATION Office: 420 Olive Street,t. . Louis Mo. Profitable Side esslq The use of side dressing is increasing on COTrION ad CORN It pays to do it, i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 May 1914

SOME SIDELIGHTS ON THE MEXICAN WAR By A VETERAN. The fever-port of Vera Crus had been captured four times before Uncle lam seized it on April 2L Once it fell to Gen. Winfield Scott, once to the allied forces of France, England, and Spain, and twice to the buccaneers of the Spanish Main. I know several men today who were present at the siege of 1847. It is probable none of these veterans of the frst Mexican struggle will see service this time, although I have just seen a letter from Brig. Gen. Horatio G. Gibson, U. S. A., retired, eighty4even years old, in which the venerable fgbter ofers his sword to the stars and stripes and refers to. Major Gen. Leonard Wood as sponsor for his physical and mental ability. General Oibson served through the Mexican, Civil and several Indian wars. It was March 7, 1847, when the feet bearinl General Scott and his little army appeared of Mexico's principal seaport. The troops landed without much trouble after the city had been bombarded, but it took a ...

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. — 16 May 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARRISH, LOUISIANA, SATU'RDAY, MAY 16, 1914 NEW SEIE-- i 6 READY EON MEXICO I5UNION ADOPTS RESO. COMMENDING PRESI gpET'S POLICY. AND DISCRETION A- Approve Suggestion ese bSoldiers Be In 0 Meet With Them. Unke NOrW eprvlt. F.l--Endorsement of - president Wilson in Mexican situation was Wt official actions of the ganual United Confeder Syeniaon, which was con Friday night. 'f the policy of the presl ..tained in the followint by the veterans: the present disturbed , the commonwealth of likely to involve some part of the United States hMt this convention of e Veterans recog wisdom and discretion of the United States support such action take in every possible tsolutions adopted at was one approving s to be held In Vicks egat year. The resolution es invitation of Federal meet the Confederate ether seol is approved, spblt of the occasion be honor for patriotism Davis, leader of the peo lath, sand Abraham Un of the people of the d...

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. — 16 May 1914

111T OF ANXIETY SCENE IN WASHINGTON WHEN HUERTA'8 DEFIANCE CAME TO MR. WILSON. SUSPENSE AT WHITE HOUSE Arrival of Charge O'Shaughnessy's Message in Code and Giving Out the News That Electrified the Country. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washlngton.-Washington was In suspense on the right when final an swer was expectus from Victoriano Huerta of Mexico to the demand of President Wilson that he salute the Stars and Stripes or stand the conse eqences. Would it be uninteresting to picture the scene during the hours of the night before the day on which Woodrow Wilson had promised that unless the flag had been saluted he would go to the American congress in person to ask for a vote of confidence In the course that he Intended to take and of authority to use the armed forces of the government to up bold the honor of the nation? It is 9:30 o'clock on Sunday night In the lobby of the White House executive omces is gathered a crowd of newspaper men. Across tecsutive asenue brilliantly lighted windows In...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 May 1914

.News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal ot the two brtdges on the line of the railway from Vera Crus to Mexico City, the control of which j1 the success of the American troops. The bridges are only a few miles from Vers Crus, and their aJd serionsly hamper the movement tows rd the napital. BRIGADE EMBARKS AT GALVESTON   ........:i:.i-.i-!- i.. : t.gae, U. 8. A., under command of Brig. Gen. Fre PIunsto. Sthe transports at the Galveston docks, where It embarked for 1 the brigade are about 4,700 officers and men, comprising the Nneteenth and Twenty-eighth Infantry, the Sixth cavalry, Sthe Fourth flew artillery. a company of engineers, a company Um and an amhnlane e mmrn COMIANDERS AND TROOPS r ".*. I ' I I 4,, i-assr . ·.. ,.'.:. ...... . .A TBX slmlr. m- r tmu oar e a-, 3 ·I GENERAL FRED FUNSTON '"::"...:. Brig. Gen. Fred Plnston ia in com mand of the Fifth brigade. United States army, which went from Galves ton to Vers Crus to carry on the work begun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 May 1914

I IADISOH JOOR11AL! D mar SATURDAY. I EORGE SPElOElRrEdited: II tl: JaoaIl' Fifth' !t1'ir5' L ee*,itard,.l&hot (iWal,r POrW,@- l;.p uoi' B49Vdo t49_ Jul .I ..t.. Li m-LL 101it -11 arIkillu t..-air' tewfd-ci'ass nmail #tete3@0FtAt1 of Congress Mir in ' ±OfI. t) lt**isa ot r~spona~tile for andl piltbns of correapondenlt InnIs cniCfmnu. TITRAY. MAY 16, 1914. sagr" interests, bacfting P+bigrssives, pmroiffls t% two 'ongretifffbn from no We wtif tlietn suc It' mry relieve 'the deft:,t of the mtecessity of electing lictans. prdpbeal at- Baton- Rloge h seteral intestigition s' I the ear-m rks of politiciat S;Sftl' ifitestigs Allbt"usetegs and expen isllftn Government for prishes is one pending me a hif the letislatire. 'Te will not cause office any loss of sleep, few more dctational prohi lolbb'fi at Baton Rouge, sitethe rack trace advo. MWalir ield to gailtnetes for bill. act requritg giarantee of deposits hat alrddy bobbed ,Row about the guarantee bills? Good opportu to get an...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 May 1914

Itpersnal W, m. Godbold. ;-Vre in Tal l, of Duokpdrt, 7y. . of Anton, - ijitor to Tallulah were in" 'fal1ilah S1i tifidh, df Is ;,. i b town de.A d Trini r lb"J 1'aiallli . Slack is again to attefdi sman of bid the guest of M?. F v lhdady. I Slibit of Mans .f Thursday in , ~4strict to Lake P'rovi Somplete the r hdre. 8f. 8. Craig MrW. Janet r W. W. M '. Mb evening. , of Nuashvite. , of her cb6k(ih "o1 a .isit of Ober has been' in Tallulah ber we are glad it" mulch fin , the effli'ti~ Al Sainte Col-' aed visitor toeI Y. Son I and Mr. ,'oould were j " Mr. John 't t evening. ' onhUtfbtI. CiuClalo ' A good oon 'Widence and Word en sh ,dt ,E; ,  d'bg' u o her SIalfin , 'hir home in h sooompan. s.e over to sBqle Lat.f. cb.. has so Ure rad and le. by his Mooatcaery. 01er and her Lt.ls. Mr. were hueat- j ear party I at which a ti were I '. AgeR was I was be-" SLevy, 'orf en e was. t Msrtr.n of Star at a tfrienle in I tilad at this I hler. :PI'dl bhave E Volt where \ loao(11 are will...

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. — 16 May 1914

The Hollow of Her Hand Geor.e Barr McCutcheon Sa/IR ECI.: ?Y4, /9-/Z BYD HEAD , r hC P Y . . . . " ( /i"Y R ;i 'f.lT, /. . . .. . ....... .. ..YE G Y :_ - _ .. ..... L. ., h.i . .. ,n 9, . , , n Iti~ ,. c .. .. r h .. .. ,-' A i ý SYNOPSI. tor cot Challis Wrandall is found murdered in too a road house near New York. Mr,. Wran dall is summoned from the city and iden ldee the body. A young woman who ac otpanied Wrandall to the inn and sub- sCe esisantly disappeared. Is suspected. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York i a a auto during a blinding snow storm. het Os the way she meets a young woman In the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the fal Irl had done her a service in ridding her He Ot the man who though she loved him deeply had caused her great sorrow. mm Mrs. *randall determines to shield her is and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Cas- ey tleton's life. ex'eptt that portion that re lrtea to Wrandall. This an...

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. — 16 May 1914

-Mg has more money than wLat to do with other peo. r lead him some of theirs. Pleasant Pellets cure con Ceaaustatpon :s the cause of S Cure the cause and you -boe Easy to take. Adv. Accurate. gy xaminer--\hat must a s be buried with military hon ..Dead-Lordon O(ici.on. . SIX-SIXTY-SIX M a prescription prepared es . y Malaria or Chills and 'ive or six doses will break aad if taken then as a tonic will not return. 25c.-Adv. gad It the Night Before. ls," said her brother at the table as Agnes, daughter of Id, appeared at table, after she had entertained and late staying admirer before. "you look as if something to keep you Ssnot." she responded aearily. i last evening." DISFIGURED BABY N. C.-"My baby was et with a red. thick and humor when about two riSi It would come in patches almost all over her in that AM places were like ringworm -y would sr.-ead they would sad make sores and itch. went to her face and "her badly. Her clothes ir 3I. Vg the advertisement of Cuti sad Ointment and I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 May 1914

ESTORe PEAcE " THEN RESISTS LAWAt Pig Furnishes Amusement for a Big Crowd of Shoppers in Ohio City. ca hea tai IN FLYING TACKLES h, otil WI Patrolman Attempts Arrest, but ho Requires the Aid of Many Deputies toi to Capture the Porker After Half Hour's Efforts. El tb Cleveland. O.-A somewhat frigtht- in ened pig, a policeman and several em pioyes of the Cleveland Railway com pany the other day furnished amuse ment for a large crowd at E. Ninth street and Prospect avenue. Incidentally. the bluecoat's uniform was muddied and the other pursuers suffered from deluges of black mire when they made flying tackles for the porker and failed to connect. The cause of all the excitement boke from a crate on a transfer wagon and started to explore the shop ping district Patrolman Popp spied the porker and decided he was dis tating the peace and dignity of the amuanity. He started to perform his duty. The pig, however, immediately broke another ordinance. He resisted a oan er Patrolman Popp shoute...

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. — 23 May 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914 NEW SERIE.--VOL. IUST TELL TEOF PARKS COMPLY WILL BE AS AN ACT OF ILITY. ON MEDIATION red Into Mexican M Said to Have Executed. gggg Nerw ý...t4* United States on of the Huerta gov of the fate of Private infantryman, who lines near Vern Ciirmation about Parks tely, Huerta was in government will rp unfriendly and hos committed in viola ding for a ces pending mediation. and secretary Bry- h communication af- a from the Brazilian City that Parks had " No mention was mitster's report of shot as a spy after A whether his body was bees reported persias Funston. government cabled idhter to inform the t of the strong feel States In the mat to make vigorous aemeeting the Inel ased the minister to government that the failure to ex lain itself an t and that if the 7 S aeuted, as has been i of a man who p ldeas lines in full tl to military pro ations and was iade in the Amerl. s~"rsa the Unite...

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. — 23 May 1914

LAST 25 YEARS `Mexican Struggle May Continue Quarter of Century. Rebels Will Flock to Huerta's Aid, I. Opinion of Man From Mexito- Difficulties to Be Encountered In Present Invasion. New York.-"Now that the United States forces have been landed in Mexico it will, in my opinion, be 25 )'ears before they will be able to leave." said James Harold Warner. president of the Mexican Abstract and Charter company, the other dlay in dis cussing the American invasion of the southern republic, according to the New York Herald. Mr. Warner is a lawyer, who for' more than ten years was in Mexico. Be left there about a year ago to give personal attention to the affairs of his eompany in this city. "The task confronting the United States in Mexico is very much greater than it is generally believed to be," th Mr. Warner continued. "For example, I do not believe it will be possible to by fight Huerta and at the same time keep on friendly terms with the Car- st, ransa-Villa forces. From the moment so t...

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. — 23 May 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL, TALLULAH. LOUISIANA. ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal SUMS UF CARRANZA'S HARD FIGHTERSl I "v :: .. 10. -i. ·: -:IB icx .~. - _ , , _*sehment of General Carransa's constitutional troops, fighting from behind a stone wall in the M MORE TROOPS LEAVE GALVESTON FOR MEXICO 5 5. 4.... .. . '......?....... ... ......'.....4. ost Galvuste of mae troops to join the Fifth brigade at Vera Crus. ENERAL "PANCHO" VILLA * . 3;"./i .w . ...::;;: e-'"4:ý: . ..a;..:iý:.:v.;" 44'::%;.4..i Vi44.4 s ý v`\i t..tc '4 a fE al portis ge -Pamsh VU , th b wmib ' uam bs r U.a.e WED BEFORE FLEET SAILED *, Mrs. Donald Taylor Hunter was the latest navy bride when the fleet sailed from Hampton Roads. On the day be tore she was Miss Emily Hancock Hughes, and she was to have been married to Lieutenant Hunter of the Arkansas on May 14. When sailing orders were received the lieutenant radiographed to his bride, she hurried to Fortress Monroe and the wedding cere...

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. — 23 May 1914

DISI JOU cnume delay in 3133 SA1U3DAY. As a r tenm the ORGESPENCER, Editor. maul i numler s T a.gpfoiN um3ms . As a ~rel rea a, mil fMmiemseW. )fect" as 1 Journal Fifth District n " Levee haurd, rluwtl Bard, propt nlire Jury and Town of satregrd - thalsh. receive. f 1s Apnv rn Av e,'ca. say til - court - Jan. 10th, 1El at Tallu- incres .s., as sepmel.-class mail If tl untder Act of (mtigress such as Iah _3 '3l9. Court a its ent Cnlwesand optton of crreinpd bent inkolula fne . mof the ouirt ITKDAY. MAY 28. 1014. 1 ca4 a larger the ev Nn PML .greitl While a peste mortem exami- How sein the killing by the it nece I Assembly of the recent stituti ald e probe mrsy not serve politic pood ,purpose, atthe same not or it is interestang to note the of any of ]ipmassippi has just sold bill a isu f bond at a nice pre- politic ie havenever blamed Govern- We " allt with the failure to get a canidi price for the bonds of this ship? te, nor have we felt that an option was necessary or the it .u...

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