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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 November 1912

t THE MADISON JOURNAL. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1912. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1912. ilson and Marshall Sweep the Country in Tuesday's Election NDSLIDE FOR DEMKORACY OVER TAFT AND TEDDY oosevelt Defeats Taft in Large Majority. of States and Wins More Electoral Votes S, Than the President--New York Goes Heavily for Wilson, Illinois for Roosevelt. TAFT RUNS THIRD IN SOUTH Gets Practically a Solid East and South, and His l ality in Electoral College ay Equar All Previous Re rds--Safe Lead in Indiana sd Oo Appears Democratic. I MeCermlek for Roosevelt Miohigan, Wisseasle, Iowa illes0, and Calfornia Lokrh Way mon ariy Retvrns-. Iell *C ati Draw. Heavy ,ewmrr Ut. .ews serawe. Nov. 5.-Wilson and Mar . ev swept the country. The Somlnees for president presMnent are assured of a sla n the electoral college m_ is a possiblity that when the plete returns are In from all stat" this plurality may be record In Its magnitude. The r...

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 November 1912

o TEACH HYGIENIICS Cleveland Schools Also Promote Physical Grotth of Students. Includes the S..', asd Combating of Ocular Tr:,e.t.rs Anl Nervous Dis orders A i','r Pupils-Plan W.de .n Its Scope. ( . " ,I. i,: i , t i.c h children how to !. 'i" i ii r ' i% il, healthily and capa bly in the : of i 'lev,.land public e(fht l ; 'I , . i. i ll s I' tihe fundtim ntal thing I o'. 1 iii 'ducI t intial systern And it i. ý! bjject of ".xt'nsion work undet.r!.. ..: tir this schIool te'rm. The ebtatbi:lll , hi i of a new departnienlt of school h1i L,''ti e and Ihi,' Xte.nsionl) of school t."'(ie ' centler thir(eituheolt the city are d, siglnd to accotmplish the single result of teac-hing chi'drelin how to grow mentally and physically In a way most itterestiing to the children themselves. "What shall It profit a child to gain an tducation anid lose his health.." is the question asked by Dr. E. A. Peter son, head of the hygiene department. In urging parents to lend their en couragement and activ...

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 November 1912

/·1 k -i 7"! B 4 ain~ 3t Sy of Cartajy eun Q rankoftand CQnquJCheojC rad /1 :xý Kjss, ý, (ýº T~ovan~c< ;f. Corora o , ; ~ 9ru s T Author of,.ý t'i31' =-"i Batrtrfwnai" sta ai - YNOPSIS. Ihave found you at last. Thank God l ot Yoursef. Eid."-he la..hA "Whv, I rril rol~ and .-. . _ YNOPSIS. nld M. a frank, free and un oiled y. ftalladeIlDhia girl, is taken it the C mountains by her unc'le. Robert d. Jatnes Armstrong. Maltland'r ge, falls in love with her. Il rs- .. ooing thrills the girl. but is besit nd Armstrong goes east em bulntt hout a definite answer. hea. story of a mining engi ir. . ie a hose wife fell off a cliff was riously hurt that he w'Is eeapelled . ',ot her to prevent her be stelln olves while he went for Kirk the old guide who tells the bg. : nid a package of letters \'s were found on the dead .n' t lv She reads the letters and Klrkby req;uest keeps them. While in mounttain stream Enid is at by , be.r, which is mysteriously M .,rm adds to the girl's terror. lu" IO...

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 November 1912

-oU RN A , al of Mmldion Pnri.. :.:e Jo.nalq of Rchnol Board,. , welt SJournal of l.evee Board. w1. [ RITIlD EVERY SATURI)AT. /." YWRWT RW nrnRTrTto(°: :+:14 tl, n A s 1?a p':T ANNITM. nw. " olF.ý^n > ý 'tir - " 0,. l':,titn r . , T. ... n. Pecondl Na m-nil , tier, in ler Ar't of Congress ' Marnh :. 187P. .cs .TLA,. .A. =: OVEMOIER9. 012 IM . the developtment of a state the- e-t agency of saoe lnportace ar - than a rtate Fair. This fa ~ bees pmoven conclusivelY every there has been a State ar. r, a ..y -s e that so many of thl - hare such Instltutionls. Gram - ihsls and eoleges teach some " ttisesm mostly the girls and boys .r S tate Fair Is an Inasttutlon 'lu: that serves and benefits th. a, e of the people, the fbrtnclp.: '; t teaches belng bow to suc- cess devlst the resources of the state of It a land of health any that It was tateaded alway Shas said that "a State' t uidsuatedily the reflection of \I., sal sad financiae l condition e' Im ebody als has stid that 'timmeer ...

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 November 1912

t ..' e OiU.uo~ml . AL IVOtE V , H. Harvey, Sr., le!t ,i* early part of the week to be 1 willth her daughter, nMrs. Irwin took, of Anguilla. Miss. Mrn. Jeanette Yerger and Mrn. W. MI. Murphy left Saturday for a few days visit to Mrs. Charlhes hart of Lake Providence. MoIm Erexine Brooks left Wed. , ely to take a school at Houma, La. tMis' Mary Yerger entertained Tuesday afternoon at cards in bonor of Mrs. W. M. Murphy. A cot-glass olive dish was pre seated to the honoree. while Mrs, W. R. Spann cut the first prize, a cut-glass bo bol dish. A q.iaty salad course was served. Miss Elizabeth Johnson was ule charming hostes last evening aicardu, to a large numberot her friends. Fcur tables were filled and alter playing until a late hour, Miss lRse S evier was found to have wade the highest wore. A moust delicious salad rourse wlth chocolate was served iafter Ule games, and Mlals Johnl sp wasL deulared to be a most eusaruwg houseaes. The alitsr 1.5, Mivl oomupunet I'ary to eur ,o..uu'...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 November 1912

SCORSMICA t' VA. J. BLACK IE oC N a perfect sunny morning in Feb '" rmary we stood on the hillside over-,, looking the town of Ajaccio and ! "...: rejoiced that we had come to Cor fore us with a grand range of mountains on the opposite shore. ~ and, best of them all, Monte d'Oro rose up eight thousand feet into ' the sky, his peak decked with just a sprinkling of snow, as if he alone , could wear that glittering crown while all lesser beads remained uncovered. In early spring the neighborhood of Ajaccio is very beautiful. There is a fascinating daintiness about the almond blossom, and you may look from its delicate pink over the soft, gray olives T. and the shilning blue water to the purple haze i of the mountains beyond. Many lovely walks are to be had all around, but to see the full beau ties of the island one must go further afield. Soon after our arrival we engaged a tiny car riage and started to explore the wonders of Plana and Evisa. There is much c that tI worthy of .'.tTA SO...

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. — 9 November 1912

VERY LOUD SOMETIMES. --s that heiress a good con tionalist? -My boy, money always talks. ere are a lot of cheap skates out the skating rinks. p Bent Malaria is far better than it. In malarial countrie. take a ifOXIDINE regularly one each week se yourself from Chills and Fever malarial troubles. Adv. the farmer is being Informed the safety of the country depends vote. s One setter. got a fireless cooker in my 's nothing. I've got a smoke' husband in mine." Old Foes. was the labor strike defeat was done by capital manage At the Prison. are you n for, my poor fcl- f afraid it's for keeps." c Clever Idea of Collector. , is a rare specimen of business h received the other day by a Arm. It ran; cphiler fell unconscious at his b this moraing. Up to this time, L wma have been unable to word out of him except your SMay wk y to him, with a his immedkte recovery, that your check, Ms we think that be has on his ilndr" r Knew of Elevators, the ancient Romans knew t ik lifts is the latest dlscov....

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. — 9 November 1912

11LSON WINNER - NO.l Bets GSed Plurality *Pd F UTER NTs Pats o Coast O"anl Mosier Over shad.a the Centeet Ameeg Three Parties for Presidential Electors. f al' 1 i SWINNING ELECTORS ON DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Deneots. Cmffery. a J.P. Parker.Sr. I Ddward Richter. c James C. Henrlqques.t John Marks. t C.W. a.ae. W. H.Sle lv s. Hampima Story.f J.W. Jaftria. t 1w Oram o.- 6.Rnam from1 toUt e estlem ow that the Demo. wasth tishot barw hasrusi the state by demee plWaray ever beta the RapTb Slea sa Preuruste momimees sad SLdast's vtet is the electoral eel L C wtP be "atfr Wilon mad mar- I Inrs from an over the suie ia4 mrb that Wilson ha s - amsted ls-2 tnsa by about 4000 gafl. > - *lt'. veto Is larger than had baee slb I. is rasag Mar abai ý;: rber l te awht~~I i'46 wer~l fte tthat own" t'. I~PWofatW5tEta a ""awelsladg S ;4gs mnisae of .e powsas asth stall. Timse amts tow. tie Glsel -y hI a UaI~he~5 hel sto baesrr. tim fy 5Sa marw~ adaae far and ~' ae and s be* i IM - The I -Ir . show erelml...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 November 1912

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1912. ..........IIPO PA IH LO IIA A SA UR A Pin'VME nun M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . RETURNS LY INCREASE WILSON'S LEAF tic Candidate Will Have Vetes in Electoral Col lge,.Taft Only 8. TOTAL NtllNiT1 ATS GAIN CONTROL Of ATE AND TIGHTEN HOLD ON HOUSE. S GOES TO WILSOP .uti Takes State Away Frog but Minnesota Switches Ms aull Moose Celumn. Complete returns from eleetion have served onl; -e. sweeping the Democrat Which carried Woodrow SL the presidenttial chair bM i . greatest plralities eve u.meastdal candidate it the their candidates fot atl vice president, the ti aed their hold aupo hesa of congress and wrest ot the United 8tates st Republicans. This Democratti complete gt two years at least. Iadsilse also car tfe oMfce thlme s tes which have been fAe yems. Rh a M.4 .' bewvw, as a awave, se a. a suersty. This S fi.t ils the U msoits of toh ose. wn tt' ve a he .o aiit a, spet 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. — 16 November 1912

A. WENDELL JACKSON'S MIGHTY COUP "Who's Jackson?" A lot of bankers have been asklng this question during the past few days. Jackson? Why, he's the same per son who financed China to her recent $50,000.000 loan when the so-called . .. six-powers group of bankers repre senting Great Britain, France. Ger many. Russia. Japan and the United States wouldn't lend the budding re public all this real money. This new factor in world finance is a Massachusetts Yankee. His tather was a seafaring man-no wonder the son's rovings around the world. Jack son was born in Chelsea, Mass., but he was only a boy of six when Jackson, Sr., decided to pioneer it to Califor nia. The family took ship to the Isthmus and the train across, and so made their way to California. The boy went to public school in San Fran cisco and then to high school-college "as not in his thoughts. This in 1170. He later graduated from the University of Califorala. One day he chanced to read in a newspaper that there was a scholar ...

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. — 16 November 1912

or Cof L & p ti ' &ktr Maaýfl-vl "e.:, ý f jý i t/ a Atfos p aw * . 041% 1. loom SYNOPSIS. a rank. free and 3e Phalladelphia girl, is taken mountains by her uncle. u-tland. James Armstronlg. proteg. falls in love with her. wooig thrills the girl. but and Armtrong goeseest without S definite answer. the story of a mining en>l whos wife fell of c"' * rously hurt that he was M sboot he to prevent her be by wolves while he went for the old guide who tell the ~ l paackage of letters were founad on the dead She reads the letters and equset keps them. While pm ua tream Enid is at eitw transforms brook into sprainae and that she Is un Her mysterious rescuer ! t-hinstma a m n's bun k. Miner Sto Enid w oe o towhich TWto his ueuPe. nidl attempt f straEngemans bunk. Maner terr of Inspection The her itlad cr.mpers. He admits also from Philadelphia. The In love with Enld. The man a easation of his love for her. Sdnstrldne. The rstang sr.ehea fhe had who so dead. e ye sworn to ever ch...

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. — 16 November 1912

1N .IOUIIN AL. rest of Madison Parish F 9ournal of School Ioard. i Journal #f 4evee Roard. d sD gyRRY SATURDAY. d '! , 'IV I 1II RIPTION? b es t ýa Y? PI2T8 ANH', M.r proý': ý .vre.n, :*l ltnr. , .Ian, 10., 190.9 at Ta''lin La.. as gponfll.E'ln mail ,.,, an-tlr Art of Congress " Var.h 8. 1879. I!.A. NOVEal16. 1912 - g. TOWN. CouNCIL. T ate of Imnis5nas. Vill,"t of Tall.lah. Nov. 5,,. 1912. Sbeing the day fixed by I t m.netiag ,l tshe Village SsMeld body met to- rgalar , SPasennt: lion. G. .H. ImayoL r, W. . 8 Craig, Darrow and W. F. Ctls hidrA#n. Absent: None miaotee of I.st meetinp 'arid and approved. A signed by the teanher, of the High School. Ssking that a sidewalk teh@ol property be built. ' sad earried, klerk to aotify estate of V. ieqogemeor and .Imo. I' I*Ue eartain eowwret oraut of High School . . Erwina's property $1set wfa not s9gnamen* , l, 1912. said Vil take moth andus haiki `:as etoltoes provide t February 19.2. ap we an d married the s atiorih d to have Sditebhing a...

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. — 16 November 1912

*W. M. !tnerhb e'ft We'd- Tel for ier home in St. Lo'si' s priedt by heer motLher. 01 .learrentte Yerger. chii uing. p-.'B'lei a rrad re ng neatLly donse at Lime Star ng Ciub. r. and hri.. S.A. Areh lpent } ( turdsy ndl Suwdey of last week t, Vir k4beig. sll bliss Denhaum returnred Mon. to resume her dutuies a Tn di. re. .Jnmes R. Linton waseV pelted1 t give uip tier pinece A( et Ittte tLf4Nltr mii rºt mere: from Bnyou Vicietle nn ne-S t of iineso. We srir g ind Ps report that site is better tihis cin -cud . di IWI *N. S. Pitimen spent sev.1del yeI of Lime past week inw A. C. Willett. of Newtt is. here on a visit to her hi *Mr.. A. E. Adams. t ;U~iy ·~LIrL~ Pa Lutiilng. spent last . Jeff R Sniyder spent the c w.ok in, lake Providence holding court. ti us. Jos. M. Reeves of St. it ph spent Sunday ain Monday xi *lrar ci bDeAy is the guest this! st Mrss. W. B. SamiUma. t4. Wats n. Mrm. W. J. vrei blrs Amelia Stern, of. *Jisyib, ,flnt tst Tuesday in ii j(YM Mrs. Ella Ynyde: .P Cheste YV...

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 November 1912

DrI1fNINGA IPU R SURL 4 4q! HE question of ex cavating Heron- Iteved to have been a Slaneum has al- aggregation of merchant ways been a sub- very largely, and as suct jeat of Intense in- they were not particularul terest for savants. representative of the lit Herculaneum was and thought of the most a small provincial highly cultivated people town which was of the times. One of the not famed even for its com- reasons for this beliet in meres; but owing to its poest the different character o ties in the middle of the Bay the two cities is the die at Naples, with Vesuvius and covery of such a large Mouant Somma in the back- number of manuscripts a gpo d, the site was a favor- Herculaneum, whereas at he one with wealthy Romans Pompeii no manuscriptU sr their villas. It was de- have been discovered arbyed so rapidly by the Some students of the ex euption of Vesuvius in A. D. cavations attribute thie 1t that the excavations there fact to the greater dt are sure to bring to light an- stru...

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 November 1912

ERS KNOW US TOO WELL aEsy to Decelve Ourselves, but the Rest of the World Is Gener ally Too Wise. Senator Pomerene has a happy ack of driving home a statement th an epigram. At a luncheon Senator Pomerene -described a would-be literateur. "Thanks to whisky and strong cigars," he said, "the poor fellow has failed to make good. He earns a pre carious living by newspaper work., but, though he is 50 now, none of the wondrous novels and thrilling stories that he used to prate about have ap peared. "And yet, in his shabby apartment, over a bottle of cheap liquor and a box of cheap cigars, he will boast by - the hour-poor, gray, wrinkled duffer -of his unfinished MSS. Oh, they will appear yet! Yes, he will yet 11 lumine the world with the light of his gunlus." Senator Pomerene sighed and con duded: "Ah, if we could deceive others as eailly as we deceive ourselves, what agputations we'd all have, to be sure!" DREW THE LINE. Mrs. Wood B. Swelle-Do you care br pate de tole gras? Old Man Newri...

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. — 16 November 1912

I EL PLEASED BY PARTYSHOWING In Prepared Statement Roose volt Says Bull Moose Have Come to Stay. "BATTLE HAS JUST BEGUN" Points Out That in Three Months Pro gressives Jumped to Second Place in Nation. Western Newspaper I'nion News Service. New York. - Theodore Roosevelt made a formal statement bearing upon the eklction and the future of the Pro. gressive party. In line with :-^vious expressions of his z r ,and of his colleagues, he reiterates that the "Progrer...e party has come to stay" and "so far from being over, the bat tie has just begun." He regards the party's showing in polling more than 4,000,000 votes in the flce of numerous obstacles, natur aly in the path of a new movement, as "literally unparalleled in the his tory of free government." The statement follows: "I congratulate the Progressives of the country-that is I congratulate those good men and women who with sincerity of purpose for the common good have had the vision to look into the coming years and see what the fu...

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 November 1912

c. THE MADISON JOURNAL. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23. 1912. - OF LOUISIANA Or SConservation Commission " Will Endeavor to Stop Waste in of Natural Resources. of pu Ti ITAL BEING DETERRED a urers Would Settle in State, Nily Needless Waste Causes Fear of Exhaustion of Gas tjo di Newspaper Union News Service. Orleans.-The Louisiana Con tes Commission is determined P' tp the tremendous waste of gas P' oil in the Caddo fields, near port. The matter was brought ly to the attention of the com n at its meeting last week by M. L. Alexander, president, who just returned from an inspection north Louisiana forest and mineral h th, paying particular attention to b Caddo fields. His report was such that stirred c entire commission to a realization the enormous waste of the state's ources, and one that is greatly in ering with investment of foreign tal in the territory, the fear being by investors that with such constantly going on the sapply of the field is endan "It ...

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 November 1912

Sruer' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matterm Especi Memasentto tie Prressive ApricJart By the man we may measure the crop. le ntighborly, and you will have neighbors. Worldly ambitions often end in dis ' grace and defeat. You can not lift up the people on whom .you look down. No man loses any of his own light by kindling it in others. Those who shoot off their mouths - make the most noise but the fewest hits. Have you ever noticed that all the men who go to rest cures are married men? .lany a fellow puts up a bold front with nothing more than a fancy waist Soast. It seems quite natural that a pull will get a man to the top quicker than a push. Any candidate weighed in the bal ance will alwqys be found wanting an once It is a mistake to think that you can use a wagon stake in producing beefsteak. There are three ways of getting out of a scrape-push out, back out, and keep out. Try it. Progress does not grow out of de bates; it comes up from the needs and hopes of the...

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 November 1912

! , Ik / : _ _ G/n SYNOPSIS. Mattland. a frank, free and un young Phalladelphla girl. to taken Colorado mountains by her uncle. Maitland. James Armstrong. s protege, falls in love with her. ersistent woolng thrills the girl. but esitates, and Armstrong goes east business without a definite answer. bears the story of a mining engi Newbold. whose wife fell off a cliff was so seriously hurt that he was led to shoot her to prevent her be este by wolves while he went for swrkby, the old guide who tells the gives Enid a package of letters te says were found on the dead 's body. She reads the letters and EItrby's request keeps them. While, l_ mountain stream Enld is at by a bear, which is mysteriou 'ly A storm adds to the girl's terror. a deluge transforms brook into torrent. which sweeps Enid into where abshe is rescued by a moun ft after a thrllilng experience. In great contusion upon diecov a absence when the storm Maitland and 010 Kirkby go in of the girl. Enid discovers that absle is...

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 November 1912

UNO JOURN AL. -. l Journal of Madison Parish l t Journal of School Board. 1 Journal of Levee Board. PU3S uD 3Vt3Y SATURDAY. c AuM 7s r sRCRIac PrOnI t $1.50 PER ANNUM. Ge Uoo 8SPmcm,. Editor. t - ---------- Jan. 100., at Tallui Ih, La.. as second-lass mail matter, un.ler ent-of Congress SMarsh 8. 1879. a, LA. Novnlamps , 1912 Chmne o f ManfgenenL I wish to announce that I have of my interest in the ruat to Mr. Joqsih P. Scott, will oonduct the paper hence in the name and for the ao tot his young kinsmen, Mee. Rountree Bros. I will., how- A remain in editorial charge shall lend my best energies to ting the new management in efforts to give Tallulah and parish a good, readable , and beejeak for the Jour under its career, the enoour ot and support of our Seople. I Mr. Seott is a newspaper man log traininR and experienoe, engaged for many years in work of publishing theTensas , at St. Joseph, and is qualified to place the Journal a basis of progress and prose 1 , and in his efforts ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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