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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 April 1913

Y.. Ipt. sma~~de tip fd Apr ý-- eWt.l. RI he f ti'a 1 W" rod a~~R guest UIis week aof The Bp ' Mr. Jessie Bonniý" :" I sra, n * . gmitha spent sev-ot o Ik S'q Vickburg ; IthtI ,(Isse. sines the f . %. Ransdell afrs h ,'ý9Y.29 stk. bwad Apri in deem 1 Spenfcer 'went b thli b x2 ...k~~~~ta I1 *bypaid r. eek. to stlend a of re "d ofe s Iina Oogn- g Ij ''. IY Monay which ' #nd Ttidry night.. of program eseh j.J.Sevier eut toa $ bb the Drain~age Oom- o~ieet Then S. Iewis-of Edwards, gS&e Vil guest of h*.ý ushi pPUUU Stone.- *w ·dueta Fo rlanes 1fWk with Ibm* pD..SyýEbow URN k·i; 'siamuibil* service. TM trips sayhere in K) Js.Er L Ta.3 Asoff on as5 aIlY*uI tp ",1 Saw s. L hris na rasu ame T ashuel. Mbr.Dais 1 ~ghtSe ha V..',.u -- d~A I W ar eic~ n am~uylm i :fdidkrear.~~ia~. A ,., tL~j r, r}- - '"hp 6uParith Sheol Board iet1 sate.ress on this the 4th J a byd ApsiI.. ls the .owng .win emtoss m Ne' preesat: T. P. Ward, ". te . Bey lme s. C. C. Alk. ' , O .. Win.e, ..P. Purit mad • e."- ...

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. — 12 April 1913

lb S- to r8 wth h p with - * wo-e ViaeS' sa b dt HI " h as h worts m hoent rto the a myth dal retained t  ett a d o , whe t - oe i- east . e aMIt n ble P r&hed M . V inatoine ofdo e! ,vtictf worse for DIom!" she h a u apt i mela ambktoesr-r whic eto Th ton tone - moment HambtaSa retained th that color, and e. whetl dahter y or not, a of thq He tht Vb - WO. pride. MOre: one son t the so fe hi health 4r tire forth bolsterous, too w was apt barge, in song isliket toecae ntry pla in a ketch. 'A lbacki Stwith t as theyca She tatng good bher inter b , I' rtfn, phaedi 1 case ith gent The Via Ct ialch cal near but her etually the ft fly, WU y and to ha been made . shoes, in real was Je y 'shoes' the ute tb the rd Lynn, and tired Mrs. Van put third in line the st, and d, to But sh 't, ev of re to bMst S h dirt 0.m i str. am Alek and do somethi, as a dest. Stremely taapa isa with sa DWenIbtle of lsasaese, te mother d meaded a good aecomattag of her seo and time, Aleck sad Jim, who were b...

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. — 12 April 1913

to rM' a-p arseasla headahes. Nc dbeae tirk Kidney appl the kid- once t off urte ad to weL kidneys and re  e ekah and urinary lls. DI ble A 100 EIgm .su of N d ýaarssa;")o7 ` wb ýMne sadr sG l "so* * **F *** * * mm feet AN a Sculdn t .lan 1 wa 1 p with pdn. I ws so rdued in weIgt the Shung ou me4 . ad I ltves SIaenL Kidney n Plm saire n a to of yar •esseta5ol5 uabe of on twe waus. b o moi weA's o ster ri l p I ,epLIEVE., I o sbal 1 .INT ANTLY Au sly CreoSid 5m Iuw. beg have eczemo or any oboe nat burning skin rouble, the best er of what itenol Soap and as Ointment can do for you is al of one wb was cured by of 1 weeks of suffringl Adolph ?t Shepherd Ave.. BrookL ter 1. 1 .--"At rsLt little red h seen ha my arms u d body I They ttehed me mo much ted myself until I bled. me times when I stood up all scratched. I was troubled weeks, during which time - which seeomed to do mo whatever. Then. Sdb y, I 4 trying esinol Soap and tment As oon as Iu ap Ointment I felt muck re. S in saout a...

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. — 12 April 1913

RE' COUNTIES WILL FEEL THE EFFECTS OF WATER-NO LIVES REPORTED LOST. UYKE GAVE AWAY AT BASE Sandy Soil Would not Hold Rushing Current-Inhabitants Moved to Higher Ground. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Memphis, Tenn. - The Mississippi river levee at Graves Bayou, Ark., 23 niles south of Memphis, collapsed early Tuesday. The embankment, which was of sandy soil, gave way at Its base and crumbled rapidly. Water ooming through the break will overtfow parts of Crittenden, Lee and St Francis counties, Arkansas. So far as can be ascertained no loss of lift occurred, those In immediate prox iminty to the embankment having al •eady moved to higher ground. The water will make its way back into SMisissippi through the St. Fran "¢lI river. REVENUE BILL INTRODUCED Ceegrees Loses no Time in Getting Down to Business on First Day. Western Newsapner Union News Service. Washlngton--Included in the Demo cratic tariff revision bill Introduced in Congress is an income tax section, which would requi...

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. — 19 April 1913

,. . -Z, . Ii ...:R* . H E rr~ II REE BROS., Publuhers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL h, 1913 NEW iSlIE--OL. 1 NO 19 '' l- i • i a·a DIEONEISFI AN LUSIN TU. fai tor ani * han the tai ANYD LOUISIANA TOUR- sere" * HPOF. HOLNEN ON E" SPECIALa TRA LIN an us a. hv be t St y tea CH~OPS OF 'TIN CANS' or lumr u~ ma bemsim-n at alging to ofrtim Fnacr to yes uya mll dlash Hq tha tel Just this to say to the H ,efArknsa an Louisiaa: p the le I hern bs tell- thb anm Louisana thet or, rals a e fine crop an athee. US'15O1P rot by a Million dollars tl kýrr )10 how ndlad and be .-milk Iway. waft tho douw% an#d you of the yeuueat the lard ad o N- tha to anldar Isseatash ea tt'leWr+uldrer, tahr si two mails toyor III an* eomemve f tsm t. 'Isamg nam vo WA ;er r 1 I04 'M i hamtper stnd st 'I J&-.Un~r Ike Io, _ vital e ie s M S t rd " of L tl~Ir the' wL i wflIe awlida ofLaI ibltl ~lt y hMA' a. b MN a.. UrlLo b sth G Ia -r GI · hapsa nls. tljJab L a* a. w' mu Is *s! swMAaupwslº...

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. — 19 April 1913

THE HERO OF COMPANY G. . By OCTAVE THANRT "Th Ma io dew Hour." "Tbe LIosas Shs." (OipiriltS 57 lbe Dobbs-MmraU Oa) The sun and the lies! The two tents of the di vision ward in the hoe pital had been pitched end to end, thus turning them into one. The sun - ltered through 'the cracks of the canvas; it poored in a broad, dan l... , shiftinl column of gold through the open tent lap. The air was hot, nt an endunrable, dry heat, b- t a moist, sticky heat which dW am Iatolerable mist from the waterMstandig in pools beneath the fooring of the tents. The lis Soas barrier and they entered la .ioao e compeaies, to swarm, heav ~' b Pgle , about the medicine spoons addto I tumblers and crawl over the ..wsW s ad' mouths of the typhoid patients, too weak and stupid to b rh them away. The other sick a weould lift their feeble skeletons at Lads agalst them; and a tall od drwho walked between the cots ad. was. the sole nurse on duty. S Voit hi palm-lert fan at them and "aw.o soetly under his breat...

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. — 19 April 1913

ON MANYITEMS Conoise Statement of the P Changes Made by New A 10 OITIES ON FREE LIST pot 10 Raited on Some Luxuries-Raw C e Plmced on Free List and Sugar otvea Heavy Reduction-Farm cea Products Reduood. 15 Wsdgkigton.-Important changes In 1-1n as variety of commodities In the .tarUf bill now before congress pO ey malt, from 45 cents to 25 ct Sbuhel. .lwhMet from 15 cents to 8 cents a from 15 cents to 10 cents a i3 eleaosed, from 2 cents to 1 et to from 25 cents to 10 cents a r "l from 6 eents to 3 cents a , from Bents a pound to 20 p east ad valorem. , from 45 cents to 25 cents a 10 from 5 asnts to 2 ents per e aetting and seedlnpgs. 25 -S per cent to 16 per cent. vegetables, from 25 per cent ce Pw r ent peaches, etc., from 25 centd Smots a busheL tic ifom 2% cents to 2 cents , 60 Present rate 1% cents lo, rogesed rate 17 eents for eader 1% cuble feet, 35 4 - ir package up to 2% cuble Sets for package .up to 6 ar % eeat a p6ond for lemons ha or tn large packaes. c lime. grapefruit. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 April 1913

ADISON JOURNAL. alal Journal of Madison Parish ificial Journal of School Board. IC du dal Journal of Levee Board. I i1!a; ; Jourln3l town of TaIuah sI 4UBILSF0 EVERY SATURDAY. Te' OP SUPSCRIPTION: r / 1e.50 PEPR ANNUM. P (JFORGE SPENCER. Elditor. C' .......--- ----- ---- -- at .tered .nan. JO, 1903, st Tallu lah, La., as seeond-c.las mail mai;tr. under Act of Congress of Mar:h 3, 1879. -PI "Tbh J.OURN .L is not responsible for Il vi. we and opinions of correspondents b aingr ir its columns. c "t C rLAH LA., APRIL 19th 1918. a 1( RIVEIm . The gauge at Vicksburg at this t writing (Friday) has reached 51 feet awid a rise of four-tenths wasa recordeiel there. e U. S. Observer at Vkksb':rg ,tinmies to predict a of :. 4 feet at that point, I S'ýe he levees hold, and it ap to us that his forecast is ap imately correct. t e may look for the rise to con Sinue at Vicksburg for some 10 or 1 12 days yet, for the reason that the crevasse water in the St. Francis basin is now returning into Mis...

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. — 19 April 1913

S ial and Per nt .J.W. De11t s Gpent Thurs *W. s 'unt a ,1spent Thurs ad Fri, ~l' in V icksburg. ii s TonIli.' Bwitord spent S hours in Tf:.lllah Tuesday. -~sVirginia Stouc spent Mon y and Tiue(dy in Vicksburg. . DeM:ss spent Thursday fortunes Fork with her sister Dancey McDowell. * Robb returned to Ed Wednesday. USS OUvE KELLY WtDS. A marriage of more than ordi interest was that of Miss . Kelly, daughter of the late William Kelly, of Madison *sh, and Paul O. Edminston, prominent business man of burg, Miss. The cere took place at the home of . and Mrs. E. L. Gladney, Palmer avenue, at 6 o'clock sday evening, Rev. Dr. nd officiating. Among out.of-town guests here to d the ceremony were. Hon. I. Evans, of Tallulah, La., Grey Flowers, of Vicksburg, coasins of the bride. Kelley is a graduate of fnb, and has .for several been living with her mother + 14 Harmony St.-N. O. S States. Miss Kelley is also tell known mnchloved by friends in Tal her childhood home. Her Dr. William Kelly hav ...

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. — 19 April 1913

3TOLIN f Z ~ SINGUR, 4 MARTW& DEIAANGIR C'OfIRd7/9// Zdt28O8&I-,fRR/1 £IY PAVYV 2 SYNOPSIS. Agatha R.-rnmond, npera tinger. s-n-t1"' g for as auto drive in New York, fln1 Ptrang-r rent av her ehauffe-r. bht Is annoy,,d. t.ut Ihe retnaln . Leaiving tt . . "'tr. she go-s irnto the- park to rad the will of &n oldt frlend of h,.er m at,-r. v I ,- '.f' her property Tlire nt.. It e,,."te.I a stranger, who folinu' r tl.' auto. climbs In and chloroforms her. CHAPTER II.-Continued. So he remembered ('lara Van Camp's advice, wrote the whole story to Aleck, and cast about for thin one successful business chance in the four thousand nine hundred and ninety nine bad ones-as the statistics have it. i-e actually found it in shoes. Foot ball muscle and grit went into thei job if putting superior shoe on inferior foot. if necessary-at least on some foot. He got a chance to try his pow ers In the home branch of a manu facturing house, and made good. When he came to fill a position twher...

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. — 19 April 1913

MAN'S ILLS A DISAPPEARED i.a Magicafter taking Lydia L pinkham's Vegetable Compound. otb Bangor, N. Y. - " As I have used Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound with great benefit I feel it my duty to write and tell you about it. I was ailing from fe male weakness and had headache and . backache nearly all the time. Iwaslater 'every month than I should have been dd so sick that I had to go to bed. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com _md has made me well and these trou hid have disappeared like magic. I - lae recommended the Compound to Smay women who have used it success flly"-Mrs. JAMES J. STACY, R.F.D. N o. 3, North Bangor, N. Y. thin S Another Made Well. an AnM Arbor, Mich.-" Lydia E. Pink- her inm's Vegetable Compound has done meW ralers for me. For years I stuffered ith " rbly with hemorrhages and had th o intense that sometimes I would pan away. I had female weakness flop a- bd that I had to doctor all the time sie d never found relief until I took sure remedies to please my hu...

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. — 19 April 1913

IIAP esecrate the Gves of Cyrtoceras Nashvilense Desecrate the Graves of Cyrtoceras Nashvilense Desecrate the Graves of INDIANAPOLIS, IND-Hlist, thou! Step not on that cyrtoceras nash' vilense. Be careful there! You are about to place your foot on that poteriocrinus corypaeus, and do not step to the right or your No. 10 will cover that cyathocrinus benedict. There are all kinds of animals Im bedded in Indianapolis sidewalks, and pedestrians step on them every day without the Interference of the Indian apolls Humane society. The Humane society, perhaps does not know that these animals are the targets for hun dreds of thousands of feet, and it real ly makes no difference, for they have been dead these many years-1.000 years perhaps, or even 100.000 or 1, 000,000 years, for no one knows and few will dispute the statemeilt. Again the Humane society is ex-! pused for inactivity because these an I/ Lmals are not present in living form. but as fossils and they really form a part of the fla...

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. — 26 April 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. . OU NTIIEE BROS., PubllisIrs TALLULAll, MADISON PI'AIIS, LOUISIANA, STI'Ill IY, AP1II, .6, 191:1 N EIIE --VOL. f NO. 'U ORGAN WEALTH IS UNREVEALED SON IS PRINCIPAL HEIR AND WILL SUCCEED IN ALL BUSINESS AFFAIRS. ILLIONS LEFT BY BEQUEST .pening Paragraph of Will Is a Pro fession of Religious Faith. Document Unusual. n Newspaper Union News Service. ew York.-"I commit my soul into hands of my Saviour in full con ce that having redeemed it. and washed it In his most prescious blood, he will present it faultless before the. throe of my Heavenly Father; and I etreat my children to mai~ lain and defend at all hazard and at any cost of personal sacrifice, the blessed doc trime of the complete atetement for sl through the blood of Jesus Christ once offered and through that alone." This is the extraordinary and strik ig utterance which begins the last will and testament of John Pierpont Morgan, who died at Rome of :March ;m last There is nothf g in the will to give ay a...

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. — 26 April 1913

4' JAYHAWKERS UVE Survivors of Death Valley Hold Reunion in California. Col. John Colton of Galesburg, IIl., Tells How the Party of Gold Seek ers Ignored the Advice of Mormon Guides. Salt Lake City, Utah.-Only four of the "Jayhawkers of '49," a large party of gold seekers whose sufferings on the trail to California thrilled the country in the days of the great gold rush, are living today. These four held a reunion in ('alifornia the other day, not far from the scene of their rescue when they staggered out of Death Valley, mere shadows of the party that had entered that trackless desert three months before. Col. John B. ('clton, whose home is in Galesburg, Ill., but who has exten sive property interests in the west, and who always attends the reunions of the "Jayhawkers of '49." gave some interesting facts concerning this most disastrous of western pilgrimages the other day. The members of the party were called Jayhawkers because so many of them were from Kansas. Colonel Colton and 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. — 26 April 1913

A MIRACLE PLAY By OCTAVE THANET Ausasa of S~T I an of the Hour." T. Lrbs oa S,.. , O"By t nl habace." etco (Copyrlghl b, lbs bobbs*arlru Co) HE Widow Darter's house was set on a hill. It was a story-and-a-half cottage, of stucco, to which sun and wind and frost had offered their kind offices, mellowing pleasantly its original I glare of white. In sum tmar a trumpet-vine draped the ugly little piazza which Emmy's I "art-seedle work" had helped to bald, and which she and her mother admired with simple hearts. L'I big burr oak and the ma pin hid the house from the road, but the grassy knoll in front of the louse was bare, and from this van tagsground one could see the shallow curve of whitish-brown where the vil lab street climbed the hill, the chim seys of the houses below, and afar off1 the trains roaring through the pral rles. All the villag6 was interested in the railway, but Emmy had an es peoal and Intimate interest because her sweetheart was the local agent. le had been her swe...

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. — 26 April 1913

MADISON JOURNAL. OBeWal Journal of Madison Parish ) OMoal Journal of School Board. S Ofieial Journal of Levee Board. ' tf~elsl Journal town of Tailulah oUBIaSHED EVERY SATURDAY. b3Rs O80r sUsSCRIPTION: $1.50 PER ANNUM. uonRO 8PENCERa. Editor. `Entered .Jan. 10, 1903, at Tallu lah, La. as second-celae mail matter, under Act of Obgrees of March 8,. 1819. The JOURNAL is not responsible for hw views and opinions of corespondents appuarla in itn columns. TAurLAa LA., APa'. 26th 1918. 'Volunteers to guard the levees along the Madison Parisi river frent have been called ror and it is the most sincere he of the Journal that the men will under SstA the seriousness and neces of this urgent appeal. Now is the most critical time, and all efforts should be lent in saving, our ·prish from a disastrous over Sflow. The crevasse at L'Argent will overflow parts of Tensas and Outahoula and practically all of Concordia. At a mass meeting of the! citisens at the Court House, a numberof volunteers were p...

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. — 26 April 1913

Sci_ atwad Pers,,al. Mrs. T. P. Ward and daughter Miss Annie, were in town Fri - diy. Miss Vivian Murphy of St. Louis. has been the guest of friends in Tallulah for the past week. Mr. W. B. Smithaspent Thu.s day and Friday of this week in. Vicksburg. Mrs. A. Parnelti as been the guest of Mrs. Mary Yerger and her daughter Mrs. E,. T. Purnell this week. Miss Queen Erwin'entertained taw of her friends st cards ciu Wedaesday evening in honor 'of Miss Virgrnia Stone. Those , present were: Dr.: Greet and 3Mi;s Mary erger; Mr. Josh, : own and Itiss Ha'Re blair . Mr. Pittman r U 6 ALn Stone; Mr. Alejar4r, and .Miss Bessie Johnson; Mr. Ernest "k*atson and Miss Ella Bew; SMr. 1Noblet and Miss Queen Erwin. ev., Mr. Skipper and Mr. M. 8. Pittman spent Thursday meet S the people in the Bayou" Vi dal community. Mr. Skipper was pleasantly .surprised by meeting a number of' people whom he had known many years ago. SURPRISED MISS STONE. A happy little surprise was given Miss Virg!nia Stone, Tal l...

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. — 26 April 1913

i ýTOIýGN * * SINMGER 4'MAleN& DUAAl>NGDR thtAM All/ 7Mili -zef (lt3YsAffIL tWtVV SYNOPSIS. Adh Redmond, opera sainger, starting Mr as ato drive in New York. finds a strager sent as her chauffeur. She is anameed, but he remains. Leaving the car. she gopm ato the park to read the will of an eld friend of her mother, who has left har property. There she is accosted by a strWUsr, who follows her to the auto. climbs In and chloroforms her. James lbletou of Lynn. Mas.., member of an New Engltand family, decide.s he needs a holiday. He goes to New York and 1?ewitnesses the abduction of Agatha o Hambleton sees Agatha furcl bly takes aboard a yacht. CHAPTER III-Contlnued. On the instant his brain became ao thi again. It did not take long, as a matter of fact, to find the car; though when he stumbled on it, turned about and oastly stowed away close beside' the partitioning wall, he gave a start. It was such a tangible evidence of what had threatened to grow vague and unreal on his han...

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. — 26 April 1913

f. tI SII d More Economical Both in Use and Cost CALUHET BAKING POWDER - And it does better work. Simply follow your customary method of preparation - add a little less of Calumet than when using ordi nary baking powder. Then watch the result. Light, fluffy, and even ly raised - the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. Calumet iasures the baking of an espt. Ask your grocer today. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Food i Pu. Food nmris, Ez position, France, March, t 1912. * Yes 'dm* -.me a A. - se heq ---- awesfm - - t' kmslet a CeIeVr. It's me 8..t.s. CaI ,A isIJar Iupeder mar w14 cad asds. SKeeper of Secrets of Kings. acard Knollys, who is retiring, after 4 8 been private secretary to King and the late King E,\.ard. received many tempting offers to !i s his autobiography, but, needless S.c y. has steadfastly resisted themn  An enterprising publisher, from ? Uited States. once ran him down Sems his vacation, and placed a -Chk check before him, invitin...

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. — 26 April 1913

rj~IIýM..ý .. 'ir....... .,rr o ýýý: mrrcl~,------------T ,, __ a An Unscared Westerner Breaks New York's Ice N W YORK.--Jmmy Thompson blew Into town not long ai.u f:om the west. Iis home tc,,: irn t so big that its people have forgottet h.ow to, be kindly and courteouý T!., y it nut too busy to be polite. "So I'm used to beinrg ":.t!'d a though I were a white n: !,, o :;r no visible shackles." Faid 11r "lo, - on. "Foolish of I., of cour -, but w htr one of Ith' fiivr-ron, :zi - "' ia b..t: New Yorkers withl a fot, :enod so, narrow You could sharpo a h ad p.:.,':l with it, makes signs and .l!usis,::; as though I wEre an esc(aptd convict I'm /apt to pass rapidly into hysteria For three weeks he told snippish office boys all about his own private business. The other day he cent to an office to do a favor for its manager. A friend, far away in Wistronsin. had asked him to do so. lie told the office boy all about it. and gave his name I and his friend's name, aand some of the partic...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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