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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 March 1913

IAH J TslphC Cnfl A3altor ofe CijWhitta.kez'e Place Capin ri, Etc. TMu&rtrrti.ar by Ellsworth Yoiuim CepgVrgM4s..by 1Am,,8-Cmmr 1 SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Keslah Coffin. supposed widow, is arranging to move from Trumet to 13os ton, following the death of her brother. for whom she had kept house. Kyan Pepper, widower, offers marriage, and is Idtgna ntly refused. Capt. Elkanah Dan iels. WIader of the Regular church, offers Kesiah a place as housekeeper for the new minister, and she decides to remain In Trumet Kesiah takes charge of Rev Jehn Ellery, the new minister, and rives bm advice as to his conduct toward members of the parish. Ellery causes a sensation by attending a "Come-outer" meeting. Ellery's presence is bitterly re sented by Eben Hammond. leader of the meeting. Grace apologises for her guardian and Ellery escorts her home in the rain. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's 50o. becomes a hero by bringing the packet Into port safely through fog and storm. Ellery finds Kezi;th writing a let te...

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. — 8 March 1913

FDr. Hartman's Plain Talk to Yount Men Iy plain talk to young men In my article certainly brought out responses from young men. I this means of answering them . for the benefit of other young who did not write me. One r says: "I was greatly interested in your to young men. I wish I was g and well as you describe your to be. I am going to begin at ce and follow your advice and take e of myself as I ought to. I will quit the use of all stimulants, tea and coff'e. go to bed early. I will take the cold water towel bath every morn ing. I want to live to be old and useful, like you. And I shall also keep Peruna at hand. in case of slight ailments as they may arise. I thank VERY LIKELY. lirst Critic-Manager Ties is going give Scribbler's comedy a presen Second Critic-When is it coming First Critic-About a week after it's oa, I guess. The Mua Wbh Put lt EEar FEET Look for This Trade-Mark Pio tare on the Label when buying AllEN'S FTI=EASE The Antiseptic Powder for Ten. a. der. Aching Feet. S...

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. — 8 March 1913

Hiubbies' Clothes Hit the Sewing Circle's Midst SOUTH AMIOY. N. J.-The musical four of the Ladles' Sewing Circle. a utilitarian organization that adds luster to the domestic life of this city. at its meeting a few days ago was about to hum for the second time the club's favorite air, "The Song of the Shirt." when the melody was Inter rupted by an expressman who tossed into their midst a large packing case addressed to the "Ladies' Sewing Cir cle." "A spleudid surprise," officially an f ounced the secretary. "I heard the men discussing it last night, and it must be something beautiful." "Open It! Open it!" cried the or ganization in unison, dropping needles and stitches. The big case was attacked with a tack hammer, but this !mplement and two dinner knives were sacrificed be fore the contents consented to Hou dlnl themnselves. To the president Rats Keep Stowaway W B ALTIMORE. MD.-Bringing a man who escaped decorating the lock er of Davy Jones because Capt. Knud. son wanted potatoes f...

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. — 8 March 1913
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. — 15 March 1913

; , 4A.. .. THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTtEE BROS., Publishers TALIILAll, .AlI)IS)N l'.tlISl, 1O01Illl.1NA, SAT lltAY, M III 1., 113I N . I - 0G W. TO MEET MARCH 25 IS DATE SET FOR THE GATHERING-PLANS ARE NEARLY COMPLETE. NOEL ROAD BEING PLANNED i Parishes interested in High my.-State and Federal Govern. " ments Would Give Aid. rnn Newspaper I" l ton P a .P rvies batcn Rouge.--The W\oo(tlne r, of the committeer from the Baton ecamps are last concluding ar eots for the state convention a held in aRt;on itouge March 25, iWi 27. The reneral ptroratni has I arranged, and .01, 0 c((op.wi of it printed for di trbution out the state camps. It is plan tut to have a graid barbecue on thl eceed day, at I oclock. The parad I begin at 5 o'clock on the same day. r t might the convention class of can tes, numbering between 300 and e , will be initiated by the state'a degree team. The second day will designated as Woodman's day, and h at the members of the order within t of Baton Rouge have been ex-...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 March 1913

IS WHO IN :PWILSON'S CABINET Brief Sketches of Advisers of the New President. BRYAN'S CAREER EPITOMIZED McAdoo a Famous Tunnel Builder. McReynclds Skilled in "Trust Bust ing." Garrison a Man of Unusual Executive Ability. Others Able. Washington. March ',.-- 'resident Wilson today sent to th, s,"nate the names of the following as the members of his cabinet: Secretary of State--William Jen lings Bryan of Nebra ka. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Secretary of State. Secretary of the Treasury-William 0. McAdoo of New York. Secretary of War-Lindley M. Gar rison of New Jersey. Attorney General-James C. McRey aIgds of Tennessee. Postmaster General-Albert Burle son of Texas. Secretary of the Navy-Josephus Daniels of North Carolina. Secretary of the Interior-Franklin L Lane of California. Secretary of Agriculture-David A. Houston of Missouri. Secretary of Commerce-William C. Redfield of New York. Secretary of Labor-William B. Wil eon of Pennsylvania. With one or two exceptions, these men have attain...

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. — 15 March 1913

c&maphc Coinl C4,Whittakerh.PlacO Capin Zri, Ztc. I Ellsworth Young ýgr"3s"''ý by 1iA*OrS-CuS.p. SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Kesidah 'olin. sIupposed widow. is sranling to move from Trumet to Ros toe, following tIe death of her brother. for whom ale lad kept house. Kyan ppver, widower. ,ffers marriage, and Is dlinantly refused. t'apt. Elkanah Dan Ils, leader of Ithe Regular cliurchl. offers gldah a tace as housekeeper for the mw minister, and she decldes to remain Trugmet Kezlah takes charge of Rev. SEllery. the n-ew minister. and gives Io advice as to his c'onduct toward of thii parish. Ellery causes a -saatlon by attending a "'om.e-oulter" e Ellery'a prestnce Ila bitterly re ateld by KEben Hammlnond. leader of the mtg. Gra'e ap.,logizes for her I and Ellery .:scorts her home in ias. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's becomes a hero by bringing the acket into port safely through fig and term. Ellery finds Keilah writlng a let ir to soae en., Inclosing moneiy itn re to a demand. She is curiously whe...

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. — 15 March 1913

DL t)IN -+.; () ~ 1N . , Rates e* Ial Jourpal of Madison Pariah R telegi s .'4lh Journal of School Board. State - -~ i Me6l Journal of Levee Board pr ielal Johnura town of Talulache .'r t o i rmI LIDyrR SATURDAT. ._.-~-~ 1!)112 TWRI op IIIUICRIP1IIr1 re mi $1.50 PER ANNUM. the - for a Utoao SranmcRn,. Editor. cent were Entered Jan. 10, 190.,. at Talln TI lab. La.. an eondlnnlnrS mail by ti matter, under Ant of Congress duri ol March 8, 1879. no camn T 4t'he JURNAL is not responsible for Am am views ad opinions of correspondents Wei upeai lnu'5ee15,',1"' m. mars thn TuaLmUa LA.. lMAuc 15 th 1918. tiol fer " te people of New Orlean and tle ' pal yrsllyse not awar of tihe ol i Lre nm. r to lot. Jo eph mf .L rn ki .the favorable L nli ern to.-day d the luion rivet and i nr ov w & Iy. 1.. , ident of the Wol v Us, ý. *in ,New oren. gat the odf 11 (Msb hisnle in Texas City p 1 nmnn U -+sojourn in W1ashing-* ti., D. to S"TUhmo k persitent eforts of Mr. ON asineldW, cutlasil Mr. Moorn...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 March 1913

38lg- u - Sicial and Personal Ithe Tallulah Drug Co. Will T give $10.i10 for 191:3 new nickels. tuit - -- -eri Miss Ruth Whitney of Natchez. of tl is the charming gruet of Mrs. to i W.* Craig. erat ont. Jeff B. Snyder returned Tl Thursday frm u pleasant busi- froe ness trlpto St. L.muis. relic whi :Mr. Josiah i'. Scott, editor of, the Tensas Gazette, was in the regi -brat city Wednesdlay. ero Mr. a::d Mrs. Felix B. ('amors PIpp are at home from their bridal to a tour. shoe to I The Levee Board met at its i ce last Wednesday. All the used ~lbers were present. groi it t The younger set gave a most irrij enjoyable dance at the Opera it s5 Iouse last night. Quite a num-t der her were present and dancing Nei hated until the "wee sma' s Wol hours". of I *Mr. and Mrs. Linton of Stuhen- Thi ville, Ohio, are visiting their son pos :Mr. Jas. R. Linton. triu onl SIIon. John M. Parker of New Eg; ": Orleans, was in the city this fro week. Wa ric Mr. A. 0. Douglass of Natchez, was in the city Wed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 March 1913

hrough the Terrors of the Law By OCTAVE THANET Author of "The Man of the Hour," The Lion Shar." "By Inherintace." etc. (uuplnlbt by thbe Ilubbs Merrlll Go.) IST" Esmerelda Hlumphreys d, was not present at the w meeting of Zion Hardshell a Baptist church. It is ques tionable whether there had w been any such meeting had she been likely to attend, since how to dispense with the minis- h try of Sister Humphreys was its ob- di ect, and the sister was a woman of is * power. But she had gone to the store as for her semi-annual settlement of ac- bi count. Therefore the disaffected in di Zion raised their heads, perceiving , that their hour was come. , The "church-house" (of a week-day the schoolhouse) crowned a gentle o rise of ground on the outskirts of an i Arkansas plantation. It was basked li by the great gum forests, where the d, sun rose, while on one side, winding as toward the reddening evening skies, o0 the cypress slash had eaten its way -1 through the brown clay to the Black h r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 March 1913

NSTIPATION .Munvon's Paw-Paw Pills are unlike all oth er laxatives or cathar tics They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods, they do not scour: they do not gripe; they do not weaken; but they do start all the secretions of the liver and stom ach in a way that soon puts these organs in a o ne.ilthy condition and as constlpation- Munyon's Paw-Paw are a tonic to the stomach, liver and I They invigorate instead of weaken; enrich the blood instead of impover ing it; they enable the stomach to get all uourishment from food that is put into Price 25 cents All lgruggilts FREE! FREE! PICTURE h IWorth Framling Send us your name and ad drmss on a postal and the names lad addresses of three other ladles who would be interested la women's wearing apparel and Md we will send you FREE (absolutely no charge) a beau iul picture worth framing. wl IDEAL WOMEN'S WEAR CO. -I SN. LITTLE ROCK, NO. 11-1913. married actor doesn't care for cur calls at home. Omy Oo. "BROM)O QIININE* ILXATIVYN HIK4t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 March 1913

FREE" DEMOCRATS WILL MAKE EAR APPROACH TO THAT AS POSSIBLE " FARMERS SURE TO OPPOSE IT Cesaompensations, However, WIll Be Of fered Agricultural Interests in the Way of Reductions on Articles That They Must Buy. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.-It is said by members of the ways and means committee of the house at last constituted and who will continue to hold membership in that body in the new congress, that the first and great effort of the new tariff legislation will be "to reduce the oost of living." This is interpreted as meaning that among other things there will be as near an approach to "duty free food" a is possible. The house unquestionably will put sugar on free list, but also unquestionably the senate will decline to agree and will make a compromise on the pres ent duties. The cane and beet sugar makers are protesting to congreas, Just as they protested last summer, that tree sugar would kill their indus tries. A tariff for free food means that the duties will be taken off m...

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. — 22 March 1913

·,".. . - - - --" - THE MADISON JOURNAL. I-OUNIEE BROS., PublisherK TALLULAH, MADISON PARItiH, LOUISIIANA, MSATI'lDIAY,. MA IIt'll , 191: . lIi. I NO. I8 .  . , • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . . .. . . .. .. . . . . . .. IROR RETURNS I TRIP NORTH SrF EXECUTIVE SAYS STATE'S OWN CITIZENS ARE THE WORST "KNOCKERS." NOT TAKE "HAMMER" ;Says State's Financial Stand. Is Good But Law Would ' Make t Better. pse tUnion ?Cews S$rvie. Msas.--"Loulslaaa stands the financial interests in thrn at any time in our his iserted Governor L. E. Hall ;s return from the Wilson in at Washington and a sub trip to New York, where he with financial interests rela I he sale of the $11,000,000 state alsge, bids for which will be bree weeks from April 2. pgveor, reurns very much tJk his success in New with a feeling that much oaeomplished. He would not ail tl details, but others who Qotham at the time say Gov hbad in hand some matters develop into a big boom ...

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. — 22 March 1913

L"A.EM .L .m ..qJ tJi.i -44 ASTER Is the principal festival of '1W0 M *eP the Christian year, observed in commemoration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection took place just after the Jewish .... fenst of the Passover. The Chris fes tians of Jerusalem, and after them those of the Asiatic churches gen erally, were accustomed to hold the feast of Easter on this same day or simultaneously with the feast of the h asover. This custom was not accept- * able to the Gentile churches in Italy and the west generally, and they changed the time of Easter oervanee to the Sunday following the fourteenth day of the moon, or month, and this difference of practicee led to grave discussions be tween the east and the west, which were finally settled by the agreement at the council of Nice In the early part of the fourth century to make the western usage universal. From that time ub~ea observed not only in Christian d Ammerb bet fnr acroes the see in It stragholds of pagan superstition....

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. — 22 March 1913

UIA Ow t: Place ,,~,tEtc. Yoa rr ,by A"Asft&-CwW SYNOPSIS. Lod. UpPosed widow, Is w moe fo Trumet to wo the death of her brother. As had kept house. Kfan w---, ,. oers, ar. . i nd,. rfed Cappt .lkannah Dan f the R lularchurch, offer " pib bsuekeeper for the ad she decides to remain kedae takes charge of Rev. *the aew minister, and give Sas to his conduct toward l the perish. Ellery causes a a tta in a "Come-outer" - ry' sec ts bi tterd re ee Hammontd. leader of the (Deo apologise for her ael lery escorts her home In Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's a be bee ringlo n the pert esfely througth tog rad - ee k l 5 U IS Lwe a a money is rs . becond ne is curiously -s· ifloried of the arrival of Ssh Kelah4 and It devel have beets overs nc remonotrate with Ellery ne-otto meetaing. El i the tide and Is mecued become friend. Ellery Mse waks there oever S e n takes dianer .I th Dns, nnbenlt to VenmLs hie desire to get away aat a oertal.time. She ibISub a spy g . NMl Newai to =arry him. a lad...

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. — 22 March 1913

R . . So for j- io.50n PEaish ANNU ats Jae. 10, 1018, t Tard. sI matter, under Aet of Conl"re of Mar la 8. 1879.e od. ithlrOSe town of Tplmlb Ma T.sso.= s Lt., D ames Stad, 1918. e tert Hoan. 1J. 1rtian Hamley a m a Upint or a positiong in . Mr. PRmle is notANNU ti ah Ls to a that he as maineverl mLtters under AMt oHawengresn ta houghat of such a thin nor has be mentioned it to anyone. Mr. tm SeYley may he is going to staya right in Providence and looka after the real estate business, . T i he think s pers a great future .a this seon. of ountn H.-Banmey SaDepimocrat.or poition in ° * to Weh publish elsewhere in this U ' se th proceedthings of the Po lies J Pro, and lot of excelooent or'dinhees were tassed by thatir p'r pe.rsseive ogaantion. , I' Wpepte u blis ah eleoy Hre hin tis di iasd e th apr asaeediner of ithe Po- B lie is hre, anda utiod ete pilen - lbe.m. whid e la tsedieeyener. W mew bem aind ap gagk, a barate and ~sb arL kall ud qu ,'pirMs mmd sesary. Now ea. ae doesor ...

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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. — 22 March 1913

Seom aimd rPsS V The many friends of Miss Oora McUlellan are glad to welcome her home agin after a very pleasant visit with relatives in Battiesburg, Miss. we Mr. Josh Brown spent Sunday of in Vicksburg. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown spent 8. the week end with relatives in b pa Lake Providence. to The many friends of Miss Vir ginis Stone are glad to welcome t her home again. We have been having some delightfully cool nights for the pest week. SMr. Nat Dey, accompanied by ýa her lsttle grand-diughter Emma so 8evier, returned to her %s `me in Vicksburg Saturday. Mr. Walter Scott setmrned ,t his home last Monday after a iery pleasant trip to Washington, sa .. 0., and other points of inter eMt. _ D Prompt and luxurious service Ne lnd reasonable rates. Phone * . 87, night, or No's.. and 88, , R. P. GanIs. - Mrs. A. V. Stratton returned a her home in Minden, Ls., Bat, A. V. Smiths and Dan McDowell were the guests of a t Mrs. .. W. DeMoas for Sunday. to 810 PUPILS WANTED. .0 preferred. Thor unders...

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. — 22 March 1913

.THE OLD PARTISAN Bp OCTAVE THANET Auao or Tb. Ma. of d w Hou.r" "The Lc SW. ore. 3y yahutm" tc. (" t te by ia fabbs-Merrll C0u) -A Story of the Repuoblican Convention of 1808. 9AT so far back in the gal lery that my opinion of my delegate triend dwind led with every session. Nevertheless my unimpor tant sest had its advan tages. I could see the vast assembly and watch the throbbing of the Re publican pulse if I could not bear its heart-beats. Therefore, perhaps, I studied my neighbors more than I might study them under diferent circumstances. The great wooden hall had its trbuaet sad unsubstantial char aster stamped on every bare wood ea joist and unclinched nail. It was gaudy with fags and bunting and hebap portraits. There were tin ban neretts crookedly marshaled on the toer, to indicate the homes of the dilereat states. A tow delegates, doubtless new to the business and eversealous, were already on the loor, but ome of the principals were visible. They were perspiring and ar unl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 22 March 1913

TO SICK WOMEN -- . Ha. e- asveenHelped By Cnma. Senm women suae sin from -y form ils are invited to commn* icat promptly with the woman's private correspomdence de partUentof the Ly diaE.Plnkham Med icine Co., Lynn, e Mass. Your letter will be opened, read ta and anwered by a woman and held in tict enfidence. A woman an freely t of bher private iliness to a woman; k s has been established a cofidential pondence which has extended over e years and which has never been kens. Never have they published b tasimliai or used a letter without the consent of the writer,and never a the Company allowed these con-o ltters to get t of their poe as the hundred of thousands thm in their fie will attest dut ef the vast volume of experuene they have to draw from,t is moe ti possible that they possess the very ba brkl ea needed in your case. Noth is asked in return except your good p d their advice has helped the.- a iturely any woman, richarpoor, be glad to take advantage of this Soffer of assistanc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 22 March 1913

.ILL MAKE 4 -0A 0 H TO THnT J ' 0;. OSILE SURE TO OPPOSE IT e. wever, Will Ie Of " Agritor ral Interests in the Way of odesetiua on Articesa That They Mst Iuy. By GEORGE CLINTON. S Wshlati.-It is said by mmbers of the ways sad mesas committee of the bouse at last onstituted and who will eatimse to bold membership it that body In the sew congress, that tie list sad rest eort of the new Slegislation will be "to reduce the eot he ing." This is -terpreted as asalag that among other thags there will e a sear as approac to dst free fod" as is possibleh. The hb~es uaustionably will put sugar Sbee list, but haie uaquestionably the seate will decllne to aire and Swill mske a compromise on the pre eat dties. The cane and beet sugar makrs are petesting to congress. at am they protested last summer. that tree sugar would kill their indus A tariutf r tree eoed means that " the duties will be taken of many eaables that aow pay high rates, al. thgh It is ikown that the rates will be maslatamed ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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