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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 November 1912

8OA-L NOTES r. Tom LuPas was in town ' ator Joseph" E. Ranedell in Tallulah Tuesday. c . Dr. Abernathy from heimer, was in town Mon vyVu n een Jim Johnson's '*Ramblerl" Its a beaty. Mr. A. E. Keli motored in from ad Thursday. Dr. Berry Abernathy was in a between trains Wednesday. Mr. F. R. NeIson, of Waverly a Monday visitor to Tallulah. Hon. Jeff B. Snyder made al trip to Waverly Tues.I Bea. Joe Hurst, of Yickburg a visitor to Tallulah Wednes Mr. T. P. Broaddus, of Joan on, spent Wednesday in 1 town. Mrs. J. Y. Bonney is visiting and relatives in Vicksburg week. Mrs. Darrow is it TaHolah on ltto her sister, Mrs. E. C. Weregret to learn that Miss I Johnson has been quite for the pas week. r. Joseph Pontioo, of the Isiana Rioe Milling Assooi is in our city. Ir. Abel Evans visited his er, Hon. David Evans here Mr. Mauricee Withrow. of the A 8. Packing Co., is in the today. Mrs. A. E. Adams, Sr., of , is here visiting the home ereson, Mr. A. E. Adams. akse your clothee, over-ooats. s...

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. — 23 November 1912

I ..i " ý t ;yi ýC.~'"~··~~--.~i~ii -y MOM gyp ". yý;. ..:" ..:.· -·pp~- · ~ · ( 4c- · ··*r 4y -'i.- . %~% ~f**) y HANKSGIVING day as it is now celebrated is a composite of the ancient Harvest festival, whose origins go back to the dim pre-historic begin nings of civilization. and of the solemn Puritan religious, ceremony of thanksgiving. The joy ous celebration of the gatherinl of the year's harvest, a day or week of feast lag, song, dance and revel, is found in all ages and among all peoples. Thanksgivlng days are also common to all religions, past aud present, but they were not regular or periodical events-occurring generally after some victory of war. "The Puritans and the Pilgrims brought with them Irom England both the Harvest feti val and the Thanksgiving days, the latter being observed whenever the deeply religious mind of the Puritan ow In their prosperity or good for ten the direct Intervention of Provi des. The Puritan also stripped the aneet Harvest festival of much of i...

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. — 23 November 1912

Peruna a Laxative? I am in re ceipt of a letter from a mechan Ic who is at the head of a pros perous house hold. Peruna has been used in his family for a good many years. He writes as fol lows: "As you know, we have used Peruna in our home for a num ber of years. We find it a re I. .HateaU. M.D. liable household cine in catarrhal conditions, s, colds and grip, and many oth ailments to which the `family is t. But since the change in the ula of Peruna I do not find it e as useful to myself. My bowels naturally very active. I cannot a cathartic of any sort. It does injury to do so. The old Peruna ted no cathartic ingredient was therefore a very useful medi to me. But I notice that the Peruna has a slight laxative ao which almost makes it pro for me to use. I was won if there was not some way in I could obtain the old Peruna yea used to make it." this letter I made the following "Yes, the new Peruna does a laxative element. You therefore take the old Peruna -tar-no) which has no laxati...

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. — 23 November 1912

,Cxc d(~--4~~,an __ pS Returns to Church Money He Stole When a Boy BETTEIR \ aIUc" / COIISCIEICE BOTHERS nE roo MIUC NEW YORK.-In the mail of Rev. William B. Wallace, pastor of the Baptist Temple, Schermerhorn street and Third avenue, there came recently a letter in a strange hand. The writer had a story to tell which in terested the pastor greatly. Years and years before he had stolen some money from the Sunday school fund 6f the church at the time it was on Nas san street. Now he wanted to restore it. Nearly forty years had elapsed since the writer, then a 15-year-old boy, had pilfered a small sum of money from the funds of the church. Most of those who attended the church at that time have long been In their graves. Dr. Wallace has been in charge only two or three years and the incident was new to him. At the regular monthly meeting of the board of dea Merchant Who Manages P HILADELPHIA. - Here's another wonder of the world-a blind man at Sixth and Chestnut streets who cap tures...

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. — 30 November 1912

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30. 1912. OF LOUISIANA I lation Shows Big Sum " las Been Spent by State o for Good Roads. AL AMOUNTS $2,310,976.81 --- T Expenditures AmoUnt to $163, the Balance Being Spent by 13 Cities, Towns and Parishes. b Newspaper Unlon News Servlre. Orleans.-That over $2,000,000 t hr the building and ance of raods in Louisiana the past year is shown in the tion just completed by C. C z, secretary of the State High Department. Of the $2,310,796.81 ,road building and maintenance, 1,322.15 has been .spent by the as and $1,015,740.41 by the mu Idtes, leaving an expenditure on part of the state of $163,914.25. hl lowing is the report by Secretary eas: S-arish Expenditures - Forts--four as out of 61 reports estimated tores for the year 1912, $814, twenty-eight per cent of par unreported, $316,770.16: total es parish expenditures, $1,131, 5. S j elnlcpal Expenditures-Ninety-nine ted places out of 187 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. — 30 November 1912

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America M ttesa f Eaecalw eme to &b Nrusive Apricuirist Everybody loves a booster. A pig never squeals because he has too muth to eat. If a man is a financial success peo ple overlook the means that made him 5e. It's a waste of time to fix up your statistics for the benefit of the record ing angel. Be sure the specifications are cor reet. when you start building that reputation. Many a man thinks he is a saint because he has dreams of heaven ev ery Sunday. A carefully kept account book saves your head, your hands, and your hard earned cash. We never yet knew of a law suit that paid anybody in the long run ex sept the lawyers. The man who talks to please him self soon has the audience well pleased with itself. When you hear an extravagant com pliment you are disposed to think there is a good deal in it. The man who practices honesty solely as a matter of policy does not I know what real honesty is. There are those who work very hard ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 November 1912

Cahce Jor Bain rt S 3 o f Csrtaii Ptraonos ýk ou t and Conq a " , A4% R.ovnace of Cyr or' j4jo l Cvuru s To.&rr a Xu1Pfor cf =ktawdtýfrzjK I t' TI# f nsn atio ;: -ý ýý^. `'` \ ;L tt~r Mapdff " Mars and ' . Pt t< - ºý 091 Itiosy 8(?caR~ti@Uoat .4o H ~wrg . %,s.@.@*W-.._ I6 SYNOPSIS. SMatland. a frank, free and un young Phalladelphia girl, is taken the Colorado mounta;ll by her uncle. Matland. James Armstrong. nd's protege. farns in love with her perslstent wooing thrills the girl. but blestates. 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 seriousty hurt that he was led to shoot her to prevent her hw iaten by wolves while he went for Kirkby. the old guide who tells the gives End a pckage of letters se says were found on the dead 'a body. She reads the letters and irkby's request keeps them. Wh.lie sg In mountain stream Enid is eR by a bear. which is my~teriou"lv A storm adds to the g...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 November 1912

MADISON JOURNAL. OfMotal Journal of Madison Parish Official Journal of School Board. Offiolal Journal of Levee Board. PUBLISHED EVIRY SATURDAY. TERMS OP SITBBCRIPTION: $1.50 PER ANNUM. GROOR3R SPENCER. Editor. Entered Jan. 10, 1903, at Talli lah, La.. as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. TALLULAH LA. NOVEMBER 2;, 1912 Our esteemed neighbor, the I Delhi Progress, which only re eently made its bow in the jour nalistic world, and is a live news I and altogether most readable I sheet, reflecting greet credit upon its progressive publishers, con tains the following very timely and sensible statements, which a we most heartily endorse and far I as they effect our town and pas tor we cheerfully reproduce; I A village, a town, a city is a partnership. ,ll of us are in business together. Ownership of t property as a' whole' is closely F bound up in each others interest. F If you have a house to rent, goods to sell, labor to sell, your success 5 in getting'good...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 November 1912

SOCIAL NOTES Mr. W. H. Ward, of Mansford, was of Stown Tueedy. dh Mr. F. F. DePuelo of the N. O. Times he Democrat, was in the city this week. LA Dr. Murdook, of St. Joseph, g, was in Tallulah Monday. Miss Barbara Smitha is visit- er ing friends and relatives in Delhi, w1 La. Mrs. L. H. Jacobe was a Ti Vioksburg visitor Monday. O" Mr. Neal Burney of Sondhei- Ft aer, was in Tallulah Sunday. G Mrs. Gee. Montgomery visited friends in Delhi last Saturday. Pi Mr. Henry Berger spent Sun day in Vicksburg with his family. Mrs. Ben Erwin, of Lake Providence i visiting her sister, Mrs. John Col- ec gap. ei Yr. and Mrs. G. D. MeCaffery of to Ashley, spent Thursday in Tallulah the guets of Mis. 8. E. Furgson. D Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sevier o took in the play at Vicksburg b Monday night. I Mr. M. 8. Pittman left Monday h h4r a awseraldays visit to Natehi Mr. C. B. Wymond made a business trip to Jackson last Sat urday. Mr. A. Bloom and sister, Miss it uersh, were visitors to Viksburg Sunday. a MIss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 November 1912

Si S AS the reader ever beard the voice of the night-shrouded sea? Has he heard 1it the wild wall of the raging hurricane and the weird whispers of the ambrosial fli calm? Has he seen ships creep out of ti the night when they blot out the stars with their darkling silhouettes, or when ti the sea and sky are one save for the ti gray patches of froth left trailing in the c wake of breaking seas; has he seen al great gray sails ooze out of the fog, or t, ships stealing across the "moon glade" athwart the ni glitter of silver cast upon the waters by the impe rial votaress, when the rays pierce the sails so that h they become gauy films? s If he knows these things. who shall blame him for w not scoffing at the superstitions of those who go w at upon the deck ad cursed the parition was significant-the ship was never Deity, swearing that he would heard of agaln. rouad the cape if it took him The rocky coasts of New England are haunted till the day of judgment. There by many ghost ships. Th...

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. — 30 November 1912

by e at, right for a man to have if it will only stay past 's Pleasuat Pellets regulateand Ina . llversad bowels. Suarouson plsus. Easy to take as candy. Adv. first thing the average hired does is look in the closet and size the family skeleton. a 'ummer tonic there ia no medicine -qu;e compare, with )OXIDINE. It not bbuild utn the ,attem. hut taken re-g. . prevents Malir'a. Regular or Taste formula at L'uggists. Adv. Chance. always embrace an opportu -But, then, you must be careful you not hugging a delusion." Society. Mrs. Wayupp-No wonder I look d my dear. My husband has gone out. and if he is discovered I probably cost us our social po Blase-Goodness' 1Where is Wayupp-He has gone out in to pay a bill -Puck. Too Great Expectations. Angler-Look, this fish was caught before; see the broken to its mouth. d Angler-It should have had enough to steer clear of hooks Angler-Oh. come, you can't a fish to exhibit more sense a human being--Boston Trans Smelled a Grafter. n clubman recently...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 November 1912

fRRlOT IS TERROR IN BELGIANPALACE Repeats Everything He Hears, and Always, of Course, at the Wrong Time. GIFT FROM AMERICAN Imitates the Voice of the Countess of Flanders Exactly and Often Issues Orders Which Seem to Come DI rectly From Her. Brussels.-Among the pets of King Albert's mother, the countess of Flanders, is a parrot, which is the ter ror of the household. It is a male "Polly," a remarkable talker with an extensive vocabulary, a great memory and unusual powers of mimicry. He repeats everything he hears, always, of course, at the wrong moment. . Sometimes he is banished from the countess' apartments. Then those w rho are near him µlk in whispers or Dn their fingers (an art the parrot has sot yet acquired); otherwise when he went back to his place near the coun tess he would reel off every word he had heard in the exact tone of the speaker, with dire results, as has oft en happened. He imitates the voice of the coun tees of Flanders exactly and often is sues orders which se...

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. — 7 December 1912

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY D)ECEMBER 7, 1912. EWS OF LOUISIANA ners Who Assaulted Dep uty Sheriff Taken From Officers and Lynched. NCE WAS PREDICTED Said to Have Been Made Against Black-Officer Still in Serious Condition. Newspaper Union News Service. Ibreveport. - Moody Burke, Jim a '8 Silas Jlmerson, three ne 'who ,eme an almbst fatal as a's Depity Sheriff Edwards of parish several weeks ago, were from three deputies who were veylag them from the Caddo par jaI: to Benton, parish seat of Bos parish, and lynched near Vance a short distance from Benton. iEoody Burke, the last of the trio be captured, was placed in jail here. i Edwards and his, deputies came town and the deputies left for Ben with the prisoners, Sheriff Ed leaving shortly afterward for Rouge. Within an hour after sheriffs party left the city the of the lynching was reported, but it took several hours to secure con irmatiom, all avenues of information Ie...

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. — 7 December 1912

TAFT SEIOS IN MESSAGE ABOUT FOREIGN AFFAIRS President Informs Congress of Our Relations With Other Nations. AMERICAN DIPLOMACY WINS Its Success in Settling Central American Troubles. DIPLOMATIC SERVICE BETTER Reorganlzation Has Dona Much to In cream Its Efficiency-adjustment of the Sealing and Fisheries Din kute-elnterests of United States In the Near and Far East. Wpshington, Dec. 3.-President Taft submitted to congress today the first of several messages. It was devoted te our foreign relations and in part Was as follows: To the Senate and House of Repre Sentatives: The foreign relations of the United States actually and poten tially affect the state of the Union to a degree not widely realized and hard 1y surpassed by any other factor in the welfare of the whole nation. The position of the United States in the moral, intellectual, and material rela tions of the family of nations should be a matter of vital interest to every patriotic citizen. 'The national pros perity and power I...

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. — 7 December 1912

of Writer Tel of Voyage to South Seas. -g Five Thousand Natives at Day With Winchester an Inc dent of Two Years of Wandering. Kansas City.-Martin Johnson. an and a son of a Jeweler at lnde. ence, Kan., cruised for two years Jack London in the South Sea ds on board the forty-three-foot Bnark. A special delivery stamp his letter gained Johnson the place 2,000 applicants, he said. in dis g the trip. The Snark. equipped with a seventy power gasoline engine, left San on April 23, 1906, with five and one woman, Mrs. Jack Lon on board. Johnson was the Honolulu was reached twenty days later, and the boat sailed there to Tahiti. But a violent drove It 1.200 miles out of its and it was reported to 'the as lost with all on board. It overdue five months, and back the states London's mother began sttle up his estate. 'sem then until in July 1908. the made Its way leisurely through salaL. On the Island of Mala-ta boat struk a resef and was on rocks for two days. Five thou natives were kept from a...

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. — 7 December 1912

MIN N JOURNAL. Journal of Madison Parishb si6lal Journa of School Board. I~eal Journal of Levee oard. i u-". we 3V3T 8AUDAv.I wanma o uHsecatwrtow: $1.P50 ANNUM. roua o . ldiHor. ;at ted hi a. , 1908, at Tallen : lah. IA.,. a -eeodcluass mail matLer, ;an. i Act of Congress at M-.d , I87. -'. Am+ A LA., Dxcaus- 6, 1913. --; ' .-- -- New Orleans, Nov. 28.--Until the retrn of Dr. Oscar Dowling, State Health Board president, frenm the (hild Welfare Confer. eaue at'Louisville, there will be "Ln poblic aiounacement made in ? +jaleital wayregarding the > adings of the baeterologists who are pautting the nishig touches is their report on conditions at the 8tate Normal School which it I'pepfcted till establish respon .dl¾Slity for the illness among stu delut that uased a temporary .ropeasnon of the State institu-' <# ti Dr. Dowling prefers to go tme reports personally before ji g out anything of an omcial 'eauklaMIle the State' Normal I nlafeetion is said to have tCr ed to the fail...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 December 1912

Dr. T. Y. Greet madre apro- [ ftssional call to lake Providence Mrday. Mr. John Devine of Waverly. was a business visitor to our little city this week. Our fruit dealers, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brocato are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown are spending this week visiting their i son Joshua and friends in town. Miss Hattie Hoover Blair spent Tuesday evening With her char ming friend Miss Rabb. The-Journal in glad to learn I that the two Typhoid patients ( are progressing satisfactorily. 1 Mr. : Alex .Montgomery of I 1c# ,was in to*ui Thursday :_ an-a  y. . Dr. O. P. Brown of Providence spent Thursday and Friday in Tallulah. Miss Lillie May long of Delta Point, spent several days of the 1 past week with Miss Amy Holmes. The Journal tenders thanks to :Mr. B. P. Jones and Ron, J. T. i Mcolellan for the price of a years subscription. Mrs. T. A. Helgason and two interesting little children, of Vicksburg, spent Sunday in our city. Our efficient Olerk of C ou r t, M...

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. — 7 December 1912

TAR1 Amdu of CaJnidYtt..h.'sPile. C~hV hi, 3tc, mImavtr&Lem. by Zllswort'tYoim4~ Cqy~w4~ilqbg ~lll C CHAPTER I. In WhIob Kesah Hears Two Pro pesle and the Ieginning o a Third. Trmet Ina fog; a fog blown in durlag the Ilght by the wind from the wide Atlatle. So wet and heavy that I one might taste the salt in it. So thick that houses along the main road wem but dim shapes behind its gray drapery, and only the gates and fences of the front yards were plainly in evi dieme to the assersby.' The beach plum and bayberry bushes on the 1 dmes were spangled with beady drops. she pole on Cannon Hill, where the beseon was hoilted when the packet from Boston dropped anchor in the bay, was shiny had slippery. The new weathervane, a gilded whale, present d to the "Regular" church by Captain Sbedlah Mayo, retired whaler, swam n a sea of cloud. The lichened eaves I of the little "ComeOuter" chapel dripped at sedate Intervals. The brick I walk leading to the door of Captain eaksh b alels's fine ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 December 1912

ýpople al to win be1 aseith ist lose. Scan stand i his own light  ntlng a shadow. bfe1 W e ives double value Soamy, poes twiee as far as ay y Ier gar. Adv. the only thins some fellows to keep are late bours. ReasOn. why do they call It the rhinoe he has such a thick rind, srmmer tonie there is no medicine compares with OXIDINE. It not up the tu'ytem. but taken re ts Malaria. Regular or Taste. at Druggits. Adv. The Real Problem. dear," said the young hu his bride, 'I'll make out the dlip in your name and all you do is to take it to the beak." * de responded, "but suppose to draw out some money some will they know which is my Harper's Bauar. ent M? el l _of a sNe and sure remedy for childre, and ee that it Cry fotr Fletcher's Casteria Retort Dipourteuow. (looking at the taximeter) dollar and fifty cents! I told to come in the most di. iand I think you've been pe round about. -Round about, eh? You ought hired an aeroplane.-Judge. Opera In the eoxes. was the story of the opera?" I bea...

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. — 7 December 1912

WIIILS -F CHASE IN THE BACK YARD Brooklynite Makes the Discovery That Cats Are Good Quarry. PUTS STQP TO" WAILS ag lle Unrivaled Trysting Place for ats Contemplating Matrimony, Where Ardent Tome Goe Loud voice to Their Sentiments. Brooklyn, N. Y.-You can't shoot 'beer or moose In New York stte, but one ardent sportsman. whos work heeps him from satisfying hs lave of the chase where wild life abdnds, has satised his craving for that form of exultement in this way: hate has decreed that he should live in Brooklyn, and around the back ard of his home runs a high board tense. This. ence is the night prom meade for all tOpsts': from Jorle e street to Coar Island. Od ma , eats co there to meet distant rei tves, sedate mamed eats bring thlir fhellsl, and as a trysting place for eas contemplattng matrimony it is ua rivaled. There is a church right back of the hose, and in the shadows of its gothic arches ardent Toms give voce. to their sentiments in walls that pervade the neighborhood. The ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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