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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 August 1913

TheTale of TenThousand Dogies By HERBERT QUICK "Aladia & Ce." ViTr&,ia of the Air I.mers, Ek.. Copyrisht by the BobbeMerrlll Company Copyrtght by the Bobbes Hg way I gets into this le story is a shame an' dis- m grace, an' is incompetent, ir relevent, an' immaterial, an' sc not of record in the case. sa >?t Adds color to the-which? of IleINtdVO! Well. I d'n' know about to ".L I reely couldn't say as it does. fo pLt pentionin' color, the thought of at " 1mttle affair do make my face as ol ;a a cow-town on pay-day. When R 'ggt that tale loose we'll make a Ji -gght stand of It by the grub- hi . rya It comprises a shipper's pass hi glmx City, a sure-thing game In, t Moral town, which I win out by , my judgment with my Colt, hi ." police court wherein the bank Ic 0s my pile was rake-off for the ai Charge, gamblin'. All hands pi gailty. All correct says you, an' a sneordin' to the statutes made' ft erided; an' so says I, ontil I ft picks up a paper in Belle - an' sees that it w...

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. — 30 August 1913

" THE IADISON JOURNAL P'UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. IFI'; "I:LE 1:'O. .E N' t t'f:i" 7. Offcial Journal of Mada.on Parish. ili,'ial Journal Fifth District IA'Ve l; ,i rIr , Sc hENl, I ;oraI, I',,lice .llry and Town of Tall ulahi. $1.3ºl I'II AxJx3IIt IN ADV.NCE:. E;itA-red .lau n. loth,, ItHl13 3 t 'lat llu lah, let., a-A stcnllld-cl .e s i nail lmatter, tihnder Act of Conlgr("s. of Marcih :3, 1879.. The JOURNALI is not revponiible for the views and opinionsl of corrcepondcenR appearing in it.s co,lmns TALLILAII, IA., Amlif.:31. 191:. THE EXTRA SESSION. As has been anticipated, Gov ernor Hall has convened the Legislature in extarordinary see mon for September 8th. for the mole purpose of convoking aC,,n etitutional Convention to consider the question of refunding the State debt which matures on Jan uary let, 1914. This action of the Governor is made imperatively necessary by the impossibility of soilling, at this time, a new issue of State with which to take up the present s.use. Und...

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. — 30 August 1913

ISON JOURNAL At' sT 31, 191:3. NOTES. Lucas and Collyer over Saturday guest of Misses and Matta Fuqua. Yerger who has nd, Ia., for the sum Sunday with relatives itli his brother for Port (;ihson of Sept. to Ibecomell in Chamlberlain Hunt 1iay of Vicksburg -iaturday and is the dauglhter Mrs. A. J. DeMoss, who has latives in Delhi, allulah and is and Mrs. Jas. DeMoss. ik-- ---, Era.Geo. McCluen ar-. day last from Tal guests of the Hol ir. McCluen held agent's job here a o during Mr. Bur on, and then went here he held a like Mr. McUluen is now as t agent for the Nid left Sunlay morni discharge of his du S-McCluen remiiain~d. _ t guest of Mesda mes 'nd A. S. Bliss du - nd's absete '. Mr:. lightfully ent rt vin y afternoop in honor ten, a number of d being present. Gasette. Iacobs left Monday Ark., where hle has position with Mr. eld. Yerger returned a visit to relativeW nd Woodville and a few days with r left for her report. ,Pittman returned of the week fr m he went to attend. lastit...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 August 1913

CHAPTER I. A Knock at the Door. Fran knocked at the tront door. It was too dark for her to find the bell: however, had she found it, she would have knocked just the same. At first, no one answered. That was not surpristing, since everybody was supposed to be at the Union Camp meeting that had been advertised for the last two months, and that any one i ILttleburg should go visiting at half-pasut eight, and especially that any me should come knocking at the door of this partiealar house, was almost aeredible. No doubt that is why the young woman who finally opened the door after Pran had subjected it to a sec oad and more prolonged visitation of her small lst-looked at the stranger with surprise which was, in itself, re proof. The lady in the doorway be lieved herself confronted by a "camp er-one of thoe ftting birds of outer darkness who have no religion of their own, but who are always putting that of other. to the proof. The voice from the doorway was esol, Impersoal, as if., by i...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 August 1913

Pork and Beans .Nutritious ___ia aor. thoroly Prepared rthe s me more upp sr of greater food Swil or witloht toeato dish served either .re y wb pIE so. cae Su stk tinl ful SOWN BOSS n u In your own county for eus or woman for one of wl necessities in America. en investigatlonl. Address Railroad fare refunded lo represeated. to 204 STATE 3SAM3 de ROCS. ARKANSAS fa earefully you will fand at commend than to criti to 1* in vocation is to send yc depths of the human ye ssag syrup for OhudWere of e gusus, reduces Inea'ma wind eesilewe a bousles. re ?erilag About. a scrap of evidence about it it is the evidence of a t 5j emute dreiesm s a matter'" tl matter? Wombat says h liar in town." a diseoraged. You may be but anybody who keeps o tas you do s apt to good liar in time." a Rheumatism Ala.: Hunt's Lightning wife of a severe case of and my friend of teeth- I believe it is good for for it.-A. R. Stringer. All dealers.-Adv. to Aeourate. school was deep in et physiology. The pptlis lisreste...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 August 1913

IATMLES MAD 00U IN STATION CELL Prisoner in Chicago Lock-Up Has Exciting Experience. ANIMAL FOUND RABID Suspected Canine Locked Up In Ad jacent Cell Crawls Through Drain Pipe Connecting the Two Rooms and Buries Fangs in Man's Leg. Chicago.-John Anderson. an al leged burglar, was taken to the Pas teur institute the other day suffering from wounds on one lee ahich may prove fatal and which he incurred in a desperate fight with a dog in his cell at the 50th street police station. The animal, also a prisoner, has since been found to be suffering from rabies. The dog had been taken to the sta tion after it had attacked and bitten at least two and possibly more chil dren living on the south side. Two of these victims also were treated at the institute. It was suspected at the time of the first attack that the dog might be mad. The policeman whio captured the animal had no safe place in which to keep it and finally concluded to take it to the station and lock it up it was placed in a cell ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATI'RDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913 NEW EI1IEi--VOI. I N :w9. OF LOUISIANA Io TION BOARD FINISHES W STIMATED THAT IN- the WILL BE $25,000,000. in! to din E IN TIMBER LANDS na co, Tr tf o0 Cents an Acre on De- thb Land--Assessment of a Leases Ordered. ink pr - hi t'lin, News M.-r ,lep. .-The State Board of completed its labors last Cl iaourned. The total actual C( a a result of the board's Jo estimated between 57,000,- J -$,000,000, which, with the ar increase in the Sulphur 1 which will stand this year, _orease in the railroads made " to Board of Appraisers, will EI Stoal increase for 1913 over U it is estimated, nearly to to to will be no increase in the as . timber lands of the state The timber committee made to the board allowing both fu t classification to remain as last year. The only made was an increase of 50 acre on denuded timber lands, are raised from $1.50 to $2 samittee on personal property e tinim...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

PRESIDENT READS HIS MESSAGE; * MEXICANS NOT TO HARM CITIZENS Asks United States Remain Neutral by Prohibiting Arms Being Shipped From This Country-Advises All Americans to Leave There. Washington, D. C. - President Wilso's nmcssage. read before a joint sessicn of congress, contained a com plete history of our negotiations with Mlexico, and included the following advisory statements: That all Americans be earnestly urged to leave Mexico at once. That Mexico be informed sumnamry punishment will be made if Ameri can lives are outraged. That he deems it his duty to let the various Mexican factions fight out their troubles. That he must prohibit shipment of arms to both federal and rebels to in sure strict neutrality by the United States. Failure of the negotiations of Sp cial Envoy John Lind was reported by the president, but he said the door was not closed to resumption of peace overtures. The president regards the situation as critical. The spirit of his address was friendship for th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

SYNOPSIS. g a at Hamilton Gregory's Utgherg. but fnds him absent M cbhoir at a camp meeting. ither ton search of him. the service and uasked toI - Ashton. superantendet of eam FIrn from the tent. tR Il.-Cotinued. m man was astonished. s see him in the tent. lead a bouse In town." Ira " "I don't want to bother be is hi religion~. I auit for him at his bouse. added earnestly, "If you show me the way." -a V she did not know the Ashton was now completely pgm . "So you know Brother do you?" he asked, as he wo e the stiles and down the saw him in my life," Pran emsally. She knew bow to pshbtively. but she purposely b re down. to And out If the man was what she hoped. e was. He did not ask a They sought the grass thh bordering the dusty road; aesonded the hill that shut of the village, to their ears sprightly Tweepeth Century What change ha come over that the smo now seemed as out of keeping as had the of the April aight. when iit the test? He felt the semorse because In the midst be had ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

THE IADISON.JOURNAL; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. (;E( 1(; E PI'E: NC( " FI, E iit -r. ()FFI(' TEtEPIIONC N;MlEBR 7. Official Jeerw of Madison Parish. Ollicial Journial Fifth )istriet to Le'c Board, Sclhu.d ioard,i. I'olice .Jury and Town of at Tallulah. in $1.50) I'.n ANNI' Ix ADVANsc . bi Elnts'reilJlin. lolth, l!l) at. Tallu- hi lah, La., as .secol-class i1mail to niattor, under Act of (nlgress I'. of March 3, 1879. Y The JOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its 'olumns TALLIJL.A, , LA., SrPTFlnRn 6, 191. . ANNOUNCEMENT. g To Tia DeMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE PAIUS OF MADIsON: o The General Assembly of the State ti of Louisiana has been called by his tl Excellency, the Governor of this State to convene in extraordinary session at tl the State Capitol in the City of Baton V Rouge on the 8th instant, mainly for the purpose of ordering a Constiutional N Convention, having for its chief object ic the taking owre Of our State's present indebte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

IADISOh JOURNAL t t1 - price " f' SOCIAL NOTES. ,111.'1 Aflter ii 'ir.Alex ('larke and hi- 1bro.thI. ti' 12 l, ir. Ed. Clarkle were vsiitor il by n iTsllulah '1 nýc:day. ) pr. Al',rnathy wa. in tiw\ln was rei Inn Sndh,-im,'r \l edne.,ay. ]irt _ l1r. 1). l. Allen left 'I Tue.iay. 1. ing to St. Ilnis to purchlise hik Tauber 1 stock of goods for his store. 2. 1 -- en. by Non. E.C. Rhodes,our ellicient 3. .esident of the 5th Leuisiana oi, by Levee Board, passed through for C' ten this morning. Hie has bIeeni 4. along the levee this week Daily ling tip contracts in trler , get 'all contract; c(ompleted by Mar an:lther floohd. Seco fellow towns-man lon. J. ight. cOlellan former Pres identof Che6. 5th District Levee Board, is hert, "ng a great time suinimierig fesrt, the Great Lakes. We somen get a card from him. Glad T Major is having a good time; 8. deserves it. lot DlDr. Robert S, Carter, of Vidal- 9. *oame up this week to visit the 13y' "R toiolo"lgy Station here. The le or was very mu...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

000 D The Pardon of Thomas Whalen By BRAND WHITLOCK £AMRO3 or "r TIRTEETn DISTRICT." "HER INYuTE VARrTT." "TE RAPPT AVERAGE." "TEE TUDR OF TrE ALANICE." ETC.. ETC. rCopry.bt b' The obbe w rrtl (ompsaf iHE private secretary turned reluctantly from his open window beside which the trees bathed their young leavets in the sparkling sunshine of the June morning to con front the throng that awaited audience with the governor. The throng was larger than usual, for the state convention was to be held on the morrow. Every county in the state was represented in the crowd that trampled the red carpet, crushed the leather chairs and blew the smoke of campaign cigars into the solemn faces of former governors standing in their massive gilt frames with their hands on ponderous law books. In one corner a woman had died, pinching a handkerchief to her 'yes. Now and then she sobbed aloud. When Leonard Gilman, the private secretary, saw her he knew it at once for a pardon case, and paid no further a...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 September 1913

IN Fi IN IDLE STATE in Lydia E Pink. Ws Vegetable CompounL -.I" was in a terrible I ootk Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. My back iii hbduntil I thought in id itwouldbreak,Ihad lt $ pains all over me, set t nervous feelingsand N( periodic troubles. I who was very weak and M Srun down and was you losing hope of ever TI being well and *te strong. After tak- TI ing Lydia E Pink- with Compound I improved ing. today am a well woman. I TI pje bow happy I feel and I oil, much foryourCompound. gas( Sb without it in the house i I tines the amount"-Mrs. othe R.F.D. No. 7, Belle will A case is a dikilt one, isnl done you no good, do not sOI srwithout giving Lydiae 's Vegetable Compound a as I aely has remedied many test wal ills, such as infla'ma. II displacements, tumors, go periodic pains, backadc q sal be exactly what yon need. Ii reeord is a proudan tol It is a record of costant Sobstinate ills of woman dsal out despair. It is anes- you iut that Lydia E. Plkham's Compound has restor...

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. — 6 September 1913

A PYRLENL PROVINCE ByFREDERIK PICKAIRING WO sentiaents. says the litite his o h tory of the pJrovii'c.. which a a ie * educational comnltittce ha; iprovirded(Ii for thet children's ust- in old Ftrnc' h SCatalonia. two svntiments r"#" jn\ to ,the he.rt of every rood (a':IIitt loVe of hib s c;ituitr arid t lh I' . hf < ." JAI liberty A artdi t in ret, I t as , + sernly thir 1:f It ,p, 1 1o tG, :. . ...y ., :1 , ..1 r markedt s li as at i~ r ;,lr ". I, it"". ,t l tht to this day Il- (',t ll rti r rin, h ai l th, I lh:ircthr- °"" to C'otalao i-s s ii the aIiuirp i t for t tirC i- of d asiiti 11A wainxat his cmutitres fi chtict.' I c. 1Z f? I z7-' ;j hanrds I t ma , parlard t pli:.lh s td the ift% h141. hardl., i11 it tlio hemst'rn w i:ill-ht frontti-r ktr oat i to a' ns'" , "o : l ufs r'at;'.,nia haw oh rI. l h • ti ! ." u s i f a t e- o f b { or d , , r t e 'r l i to r i  . . . I ', . o p l . . f : o il r l s. ' - \or alOr . ths. M doi,,ni p ro-itcrt. a lfd t' miort llo .l l t- ...

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. — 13 September 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. .0agIunREE BROS., Publiiher M TALLULAlH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATI AY, SEPTEMBE 13, 913 NE IE I. I NO 4. ot Springs Loss $2,250,000 With 2.500 People Homeless itia Sent to Guard 200 Acres of Burned Property Speed of the Arkansas Actuarial Bureau Gives Out First Authentic Figures of the Extent of Big Disaster. STARTED IN NEGRO SHACK SPREAD TO MANUFACTUR ING DISTRICT AND BEST RESIDEN TIAL SECTION-CITIZENS MEET AND SELECT OFFICIAL RELIEF COMMITTEE. UIttle Rock.-According to a ment issued by J. 8. Speed, r o the Arkansas Actuarial the total number of build burned in the Hot 8prings fire 518, of which 83 were brick. veneer and 423 were frame. rta e( 32 1-2 blocks were burned, a property loss of $2,250,000, to the actuary's report. issurance loss is placed at S1, . This report also places the for the rapid spread of the at poor construction, Inefficient system, poor fire-fighting t as compared with stand recommendations, and the fact the winds were treacherous, ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 September 1913

A1 HANGING BUILOING Will Be Built Downward. Sus pended From a Bridge. New York Structure Will Have Gird ers of Steel Resting Upon Nine teen-Story Buildings to Bear Its Weight. New York.-From a 32:-ton steel bridge subpended 250 feet above Fit teenth street and Irving place the en glineers of the Consolidated Gan com pany are preparing to hang a seven story building. The bridge may be considered as a gingantc trapeze. sixty teet long, from which the build iag will hang by its teeth. Extraordinary engineering feats are common in New York. but there are few to equal this. When the building is completed it will be the only one of its kind in the world. Although similar operations have been per formed once or twice on a much small or scale, this is the first time any at tempt has ever been made to use them on a large structure. Two years ago the gas company tore down Its old home on the corner oft PFifteenth street and Irving place. and Just behind it. in the center of the block, erected...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 September 1913

[1@ The Colonel's Last Campaign By BRAND WHITLOCK lR Or "THE THIRTEENm DISTRICT." "HER I FIFITE VARIETY." . HAPP? AVERAGE." "THE TUR OF TE BE ALANCE," ETC., ETC. C~uplgbt by The uobbs-Mernlit ;uwpany wpyrignis o7 -amnoDswam-U LL day long Colonel Tal- the bott sat in his leather dist chair in the lobby of the Grand, twiddling his nel'i cane, smoking his cigar, cunt and talking politics. Un- thrc der the broad brim of the black slouch hat his hair aitl f" silver wisps almost to his him and the long mustache, no like a Georgian's at the cor- For of his mouth, was as white as neg Shr, save at the spot where his T had tinged it yellow. con t,;. was not a politician of either suit between Dunleith and Cairo thr( I"- not proud to bend over the alw wow's chair, take his thin hand bro ay: "Hello, Colonel, what's new fift *~lcs The colonel had an in- seal reply: "I'm out of politics, one do't know anything. What do hos f i gr?" Sometimes, if the passing tell happened to be of -the old Spr th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 September 1913

I IADISO JOURNHAL at pgULSESD EVERY SATURDAY. of I GEOIRGE SI'EN(CEIR, FAitor. me ova OrvicE TELEPHONE NutMzIn 7. bre __ an Ofcial Joural of Madeee Parish. te lficial Journal Fifth Distri ct Levee Board, Scolhil Hoard, Police Jury and T'wnu of fri Tallulalh. " 1.5i PpRn AxuM i:; APIVAN'E. Ph - co gntered Jan. loth, 19 3 at Tallu- tn lah, La., as sec,Imd-ela- !nail ha matter, under Act of Congress hi of March 3, 1879. m The JOURNAL is net reaponaible for ~ eviews and opinions of correspondents nc appearing in its columns E STALLULAB, La., SEPTEMIIR 13, 1!)~ I i'.--- --- -- ý et AINNOUNCEMENT. g, o Ib DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE PAnaSE or MADISON: The General Assembly of the State at 9f Loufliana has been called by his Smeellesey, the Governor of this .State, heto ovene in extraordinary session at e Stalte Capitol in the City of ilaton Roege on the 8th instant, mainly for he purpose of ordering a Conctiutlonal SCeventiont having for its thief object gi No ti king vcue of our State's 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. — 13 September 1913

ON JOURNALl NOTES. $ !-1 g Allen retuane1i E - f Eli powell, of Wa- i ttwn Thlrsday. Sal . A. i,. Se'vir I ,'," S from 4t. Lou. thei srvier atel litt l plea 1isitilg in Vikg- A ie nder ,- ' isitin; We er, Mrs. E! J.1 _ We .V rn l wnl ,.hi1 Mrs. W. D. - J. L ('aon antd ian spent TIursd'ay J 'ercv RIountree ee bim lack in Tal pal vreitinl at the rig . E. Yerzrgr. tht eKain. ,,r M1in ,,rcl E. T. P'urnell. tOl tonttg onr- t''- for e Thur-:I yv arter a it to relatives in w in 0t nt returm'dI the nv aftor a 1-- art to rel:t.ives and all aeee. eBl trienhlsof Mr. A. .1 in r 8heri f. roeret to me is on the sick !Jit ef I Will 3F)In heC a'.le to pa aie. tir w. Mndnol;r left i:,"t Little ,ock. Ark. has Ill. 11 friV , al et ve y t:mueh hle la-h. pr i .Jineis, of Ah'or-. T iRstoppin' with or it hri.n ein roite for fu exaCs, where.,le will et tAtr. STJohnmson w01 aCe- r to fiirle 1 ',-, r",l It, in. (alveston, Aus Maring Texas. of .Monro'.. .nw' g , . of 1',." i' i,.i i,1.. h Tnllranh Tir-,. O...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 September 1913

I SYNOPSIS. mean arrives at Hamilton Gregory's bomrn in Uttleburg, but finds him absent conducting the choir at a camp meeting She repairs thither in search of him. laughs during the service and is asked to iave. Abbott Ashton, superintendent of schools. escorts Fran from the tent. He tells her Gregory is a wealthy man, deeply interested in charity work. and a pillar of the church. Ashton becomes .ratly interested in Fran and while tak ing leave of her, holds her hand and is seen by Sapphire Clinton. sister of Rob Set Clinton. chairman of the school board. CHAPTER IV.-Contlnued. He was sorry for her; at the same time he was subject to the reaction of his exhausting labors as song leader. "Then." he said, with tired resilnation, "i you'll follow me, I'11 take you where you can spend the night, and tomorrow, I'll try to find you work." "Work!" Bhe laughed. "Oh. thank you!" Her accent was that of repu diation. Work, indeed! He drew back in surprise and dis pleuasura "You didn't underst...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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