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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 December 1912

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS., Publahers. TAILILAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY DECEMBER 14. 1912. OF LOUUIANAl.. es Made in State Guard Ws AMmunced by Adjutant n General McNeese. gol rol IS FINED $100 In' vic In u leasee Order Compelling An te Have letter Service N on Cheep Excursleon. ti! ml New"paper Union New Service. Rouge. - Adjutant General Ja ssuned the followtng order: e . following appelDtments, pro- P transfers, retirements and ge tians during the month of No- of , 1912, are hereby announced: je pvernor, Thomas C. Wheadon, to Ia - mtenant colonel and aide de November 14, 1912. Corps-Oliver L. Pothier, major, November 11, 1912; lAwis Ai to be first lieutenant, November 1912. BattalIon Washington Ar t Sergeant Guy L. Casu to be second lieutenant Bttery Wevember 22, 1912. m Battalion Washington IdUetenant William D to be captan Battery C. No i2, 1912; Second Lieutenant a i . Lemarie, to be first lieu fattery C, November 23, 1912. era-To the supernumerary QOloael ...

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. — 14 December 1912

SUBMITS SECOND OF HIS MESSAGES *I Deals With Fiscal, Military, . Insular and Judicial Affairs of Nation. SMEY oDgmollN ARE 6000 Flns for Reorganization of the Army Explained. FILIPINO BILL CONDEMNED OSler Executive Declares the Island. ore Are Far From Ready for Self. S overnment-Regulation of Water Power Site Projects Urged-Pro. meting of Colonel Goethals Recom mended. Washlngton, Dec. .-Congress to - y received from President Taft the SMeond of his Messages to the short mu0le. It deals with scal, military, iular and Judicial afairE and In -t l as tfollows: T)e condition of the country with ' aersnoe to business could hardly be Malwer. While the four years of the adalaIstratlon now drawing to a close $ r not developed great speculative Geaasion or a wide feld of new In -lotment, the recovery and progress eisdo fom the depressing conditlons - bowing the panic of 1907 have been "' 6i dy and the improvement has been l~eir and easily traced in the statis ;1s.. The business of the count...

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. — 14 December 1912

BRIbES OF THANKSGIVING WEEK .:... I . " : k . .·. .,: !i" ~i ":-::: '":'"-: . " ".i I11 mustrstio, UMis Alice Wrlight, daugihter of Justce Wright of the suzpreme court ofthe District of Columbia, wasm married to Robert FP. Vedder; Miss Eieanor Cullom Ridgieley, granddaughter of Senator Cullom of Ti- ,'who became Mrs. Harry Parker; Miss Alice G;ates Boutell, daughter of. the minister to Switzerland, who was to John Brok Latdd of Boston, and Miss Laura Merriam. daughter of the former governor of Minne. wusIe .4,, ·· :N ~~ 44,44 ftinrchaimag yong woem ofWashigtom ecamewive Thnsiing wek. Thywee a umeedI inrtla issAieWih.duhe fJsieWih ft.speecuto h itito ouba w aried t Rbrt V~. Vde;Ms lao ulo igly rnduhe o eao ulmo i wh ecm Mr.HaryPre;MsAlcGaeBoeiduteoftemisetoSielnwhws to ~ :' John Broek Ladd- ofEsen isLna era.duhe fte omrgvro fMn vhs: wede Jame F.Cri.asst ertr o h rauy =DEAD JAPS ON SHIP itures of Enginw OU i S Coast ot Chtna, a . apposed t Have Seem Q~athe Aboar d lfese m land w tee...

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. — 14 December 1912

SN JOUTRNAL. 1 of Madison Pariah real of School Board. raal of IAveS Board. nal town of 'alialah RD iVERY SATURDAY. 133 or sustCR'rr7ohn: $1.50 PIR ANNUM. Ron rrrlcKII. IUlitor. Jan. 10, 1903, at Tnlu a . ans eronl-clans mail , onlenr Ant of Congrers rob 3. 1879. La., DacBCzxn 14, 1912. : IET SW filT. that the Rajilrnad Commis Spnerittosl the matter of the noe of the thrrough pas. ine between New Orleans y, to be brought up by & P., it hbehorveR the travel throughout this sect' busy and do its part tnowe this service in force. Other .pints, such as Lake Prnv Ferriday, Tzaullulah, and, twns alohng both the T. & P. H. & L., should he repre hefore the Connmision by tios when the matter op on the 10th inst. The re Union of New Orleans lend all assistance posible the service on. It is to their to are that all this territory hly convenient way to sihty, sudh as the present . It is doubtless the oiif diverting much trade .Olesas, which, with the :discontinued, would be C other...

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. — 14 December 1912

weather ;somewhat cold week. -Abel gvanl of Enoka. was n last Saturday. B HaBry Peak of Sondheimer, in town between trains Mon r. i. D. Smith spent two of the past week at his home 1erniee, La. on. Jeff Briscoe Snyder made lying business trip to the nt City this reek. ies of the Madison Journal sale at the Tallulah Drug Co's s Stand. ther Schaefer of Providence,, in town Wednesday and ay of this week. . Linnell Naylor is enter ag his frieni Mr. Sadler, of Orleans, this week. -e regret to learn that Mrs. el Warfield, of Readland, is quite ill in Hot Springs. Ida Noland returned home y after a few weeks visit tives in Lake Providence. . A. O. Willet returned to e in New Orleans after it to her mother, Mrs. A. E. as. *are sorry to note that Miss lle I'iney is on the sick this week, and hope that she. soon be well again. . and Mrs. Leo Shields spent ,y in Vicksburg. Will ~alley, representing a Hardware Co. of St. was in the city Wednes -.$. W. Berger made a flying Y icksburg Sun lay. I...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 December 1912

IAH Am~.w of CjgWhittahu'u Placo Caifn Zri, Ztc. m l w otzL h a bo u Zllsworth Yobu~ C~yrpvw~t)qby ~iA~UmmS-~ SYNOPSIS. Mrs. KesIah Coffin, supposed widow. is arrangins to move from Trumet to Boa ton, folowlng the death of her brother. for whom she had kept house. Kyan Peer . widower. offers marriage, and is Indigantly retune. " CHAPTER I-Continued. There was a sound of scrambling. More soot Boated in the air. Then around the corner of the high-boy ap peared Mr. Pepper, crawling on his bands and knees. His hair was streaked with black; his shirt front amd collar and shirt sleeves were spot ted and smeared with black; and from hiS backened cheeks his red whiskers flamed like the last glowing embers in i Bre-ecarred ruin. "I was Just tryin' to help Keziah take down her stoyepe ,"' e ex plained. "You see, she didn't ave no man to-" "Tee, I see. Well, I judge you got it down. Now you go out to the sink sad wash your face. Heavens and earth! Look at them clothes!" "I do hope you didn't h...

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. — 14 December 1912

o let malra de lop unchecked in your system is not pcly to "flirt with death," but to place burden on the oy of living. r- - m awmibrr os. .les a den I OXIDINL * alme . l aIte mSels -ee kE.. yumd welL -A SLn OIDID TON As price /aamass Meslf IMa jHU33Y GOT IT. want to get a big .ebot w spring gown, dlser. 't worry, darling; yoell ead In these days when Mueesry to raise variou and other church 'Mistersl ot tho gospel rtwho take the iprse It eadeavor so far is ea a dtown south. Mletiom to take up di baiA; "a oollection for cause, an' we needs a we kindait But, et your reputations, *., p stole Mr. Jomes' St mthian' to do prte." hw he setr mosey at oaefe m o hs. e apals. who tes th oese p t e Sthe room. "what o4 gaesssees, ad evef gases right," sai the I" taid the proad the don or. tlarper's Weekly. leC t aught.e w i hite; yo not to let m -te y rulout pam onsn i sto r Mn)-lth rlight 1i. You aln't eas.ht Sltrotee d)-gAh! Go a a ts his petants t payr their bills." r ra eih? " Thst Rstoe...

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. — 14 December 1912

nREAL PROTEST MAIE BY EIL AND Sbjects to American Ships Be, leg Given Preference Through Canal. CLAIMS TREATY VIOLATION Laws 'Regulating Trust Owned Ships Would not Apply to Canadian Rallroad Owned Ships. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Washington.--reat Britain's formal Snote of protest against that section of the Panama canal act which exempts Americaa coastwise shipping from payment of tolls for passing through the canal, a document written by Sir Edward Grey, British minister for for lpn affairs, was presented to Secre rary of State Knox by James Bryce, British ambassador. GMr. Bryce read the note to the see retary at the latter's home. It is an elaboration of the points of objection in the note presented to the State Department last July. In brief these objections are: That while it was clearly in viola tion of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty either to remit or refund tolls on all American shipping using the canal, the same objection probably would ap ply to the coastwise tradi...

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. — 21 December 1912

THE MADISON JOURNAL. E BROS, Publi4ra. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY I)ECEMBER 21. 1912. PAROONINGOF CONVICTS GIVEN LIBERTY AT ONE TAME WHEN CHIEF EXECUTIVE t DECIDES TO ABOLISH LEASE SYSTEM. r FULFILLS THREAT it Donaghey Says He Had Made I Efforts to Obtain Better Conditions In Camps but Hao Failed. ] TEMENT TO LEGISLATURE Explains Attitude and Reo-e enmendations for Changes-Cites Instances of Cruelty. Newspaper Union News Service. Rock, Ark.---Governor Dona has' pardoned 360 convicts In He gave as his reason that >P a n and unbear and /a ed efforts to ob. relierf methods had failed. bsee cnvict camps in Arkansas be wiped out by the wholesale of pardons. These camps tie ones where convicts are leased atractors and do not include the where convicts are employed ln state roads. w.hoesle pardon of 360 con Sdirect practical assault upon lease sysate t Arkansas. eam that when the lease of t oemtractots is asked to be ea Janbary 1, the Peniten AggE either wil bsvy to ...

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. — 21 December 1912

V IIIO III IA PASSING OF UNIQUE UNCLE JOE CANNON The defeat of Uncle Joe Cannon for re-election will remove from Con gress one of the most picturesque w characters in the last half century of a American politics. Whatever storms a may have arisen over Mr. Cannon's in ollcial acts and political opinlons, and they have been many In recent n years, nobody ever attempted to dis- O pute the fact that Uncle Joe has rn stood alone, a unique figure In the Able, forceful. a born fighter and c one of the homeliest and most lo- E able of men, the passing of Uncle i Joe Cannon and his inseparable el- t ,.r ill leave a void, at least eial olks who thought they could see in d aim the typical rough and ready American politician of earlier dayS I When the former speaker closes y has public career on March 4, 1913, t me will have served longer as a mem- r oer of the house of representatives a than any other man. It will have d been forty years since he first took his sest in that body. and during th...

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. — 21 December 1912

JosepktCLincolzi C4Jw T ittakO.e Place Cei;n Zri, 3Itc. ?l1l·.e trrti. by _ L 1sworth YoUzg ~".pvatt )Prby nAyyt~C.srmý.pym YNOPSIS. ,e C'offtn. supposed widow. Is ra merve from Trumet to Boe :- the death of her brother. had kept house. Kyan p er. offers marriage. and is Mfused. Capt. Elkanah Dan ,f the Regular church offers I. re as housekeeper for the 'w·-r, and she decides to remain Trumetn CHAPTER III. Which Keslah Assumes a Guardian ship. G- race left the parsonage soon after supposed tramp disclosed his ty. Her farewells were hurried she irmly refused Mrs. Coffin's too-inslstent appeal to return to house "up street" and have sup r She said she was glad to meet SEllery. The young minister at .,hmed his delight In meeting her. Then she disappeared in the misty t and John Ellery surreptitious wiped his perspiring forehead with c uf, having in his late desire for $e primal necessities forgotten such " trlang incidental as a handkerchief. M. minister smiled rather one-sid "It's be...

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. — 21 December 1912

aimal ofMadison Parish I st..,,l of qeohol Roard. _ town of Taliulab 3va3R SATURDAT. Wow fil .RR'RPTInY%: .U-.OPER 1NNU\1. isR MrRsu... lIditor. 3t an. 10. 1903,. at Tallin tA.. Mas e.*onnl.erlnsm mail ar nler 4~nt of nngre, d 8. 1879 LA., DcmzRa st1. 1912. Ut KNOCKuR. yeo ever see a knocker? I I ·.By nature he is an idler man who is drunk, he. -1e is doing nothing, he i velrene else is doing the Bejanse he sees the hole -doghIa t, he thinks the i| has stolen the dough. SH has a grouch, he 1tall men are at logger are tryidg to even up Because HE is eking existence in hiseffort .fom livinga healthy. en well-rounded life, he be to be trying to live :iltls of other men's la-i knocker, the weather or too cold, too wet or *,too changeable or too I To him, the railroads corporations crushing of the poor people; Sstlate and parish of % mek of privileged . minister preaches ao honest work; the, *teahes because he 'bursand long pay; the his batient to linger day grow large; the never inqu...

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. — 21 December 1912

prqemts it ?he t'. dealingshd low prices llulah Hardware Store. Billy Oraig announces alof a Sne baby brother. line of prett. Xm-. and r cards at Tallulah Drug h Drug Co. sells gasoline per gallon in full iron bar a sudden change in the of the levee board this Joe Smiths of Texas is his uncle, Mr. W. B. J. . Barnett of CaOmden, was a visitor to Tallulah Amanda Stone spent sev of the past week in you come to town don't it the Tallulah Hard. of the Madison Journal the Tallulah Drug Co's elosed Friday for the holidays abd we mis. a teachers, who left that Arwin Scott returned Isaday from Ward, and is rwelomed by her many '. K. Spann and Mrs. J. were visitors to Vicks Monday to see "The Girl." novels are now on the Corner Drug Store. gladly taken for published in America. Mrs. J, 8. Richrdson Wells. Texas, arrived ts be the guests of Miss during the holidays. T. Bonney and her sis Jealie Bonney, left for a few days' visit and relatives in Vicks friends of Hon. d are congratu upoan being...

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. — 21 December 1912

r '044, t HZ reign of Herod had nearly ended when the Magi arrived In Jerusa- i?;:{".i..i.";; lem and asked: "Where is he that ;:-..' . is born king of the Jews? For we have seen his star in the east. and are come to ';orship him." The neo" that a true "king of the . ::t.;:.':': Jews," ( possible rival, was born. and t his birth had been herald by celestial phenomena, caused 'derod much concern. He summoned S to him the scribes and learned .men. •hei thV y were quedtiloned where the king was to be born they answered: "In Bethlehem of S den; for thus it is written by the prophet, And thou, Bethlehem, in the land of Juda. art not the least among the princes of Juda; for out of thee shall come a governor, that shall rule my people Israel" According to the authorized version it Is then stated In the New Testament that "Heroed, when he had privily called the wise men, S Ingired eo them dilipgently what time the star appeared. And be seat them to Bethlehem, and said, O d search diligen...

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. — 21 December 1912

m1 SUPW ROTATlOIO * f4 Weed Seede In Vetch Seed; a, Corn Cockle; b, Cow Cockle; ;d, Field Bindweed; , Ball -Mustard; f, English Charlock, or rd; g, Wild Oats; h, Darnel. (Enlarged and Natural Size.) SPIPER and P. H. HILLMAN, States Department of Agricul. vetch Is nearly always rotation. Continuous crop vetch for seed production usu tS in reduced yields after Free years, according to Ore ence. The effects of cut rop for hay seem to be fa r . but, nevertheless, con ping to vetch is unneces undesirable. and Washlngton common ly grown .atter spring It is advptageously used with potatoes or corn. ý'ugion about Augusta. Ga., 'inmous vetch-growing see s6uth, the crop Is mostly with Johnson grass, especially true on valley the Johnson grass volun commonly mixed with small grain i to usually it October on well-prepared harvested by the middle of the vetch crop is remov Atason grass, more or less other grasses, begins to eommonly yields two hay the season. bans. grass does not per seuapy the ...

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. — 21 December 1912

rMEORMATION OF "-PENDING CONDITIONS" IN FEDERAL SERVICE EGOUN. SAVING MAY BE $100,000,000 Postmasters Fear Wilson Will Rescind Tafts Civil Service Order and Take Away Their Jobe-Moving Day for Governmient Officials Ap praches By GEORGE CLINTON. Wagington--LMen who have made a stuqy of "spending conditions" In the federal service believe and have reported that .more than 8100.000,000 a year can' be saved to the govern ment if certain r.pmmendations for economy be observed, and the claim is that this saving can be made with eat in any way crippling the service. It is probable that before the next congress dsCd the entire system of maldnag appropriations will be changed, that many bureaus will be eonaseidated and the supply bills cut mar millions of dollars. the money saved to be used for extending the useful services of the government to fields not already covered. When Theodore Roosevelt was pree deatbe appointed what was known as "tile Keep commission." It was the duty of Mr. Keep ...

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. — 28 December 1912

THE MADISON JOURNAL. KJNTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY I)ECEMBER 28. 1912. IT BETWEEN LEADERS SEEN ington Draws Conclusions From Visit of Bryan to New Jersey. (RYAN SEEMED PLEASED Is Made That Clark and Un. Have Formed a Con servative Coalition. Newspaper Union News Service. n.-Intimations of a fast line-up of the more conserva of Democracy in opposition eat Wilson and William Jen Bryan, to be led by Speaker and House Leader Underwood, manifested, following Colonel 's visit to Washington. Is now freely predicted, even by early supporters of Mr. Wilson, Mr. Bryan will accept the port at state, although according to obtainable Information and n's own statement, neither Bryan nor anyone has as yet tendered a cabinet place. thing is certain, and that is . Bryan came to Washington way to visit Governor Wilson, cheerful about conditions; that a long visit with the man whom ated for president; and that back to Washington feeling alore pleased with thi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 December 1912

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Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 December 1912

~IAH Author of Ctj Whitta kczs Place j Capin Xi. Etc. IIuwtsataea. by Eilsworth Young copwrijfit. O . by hAp y..C a.s.u SYNOPSIS. I' Keziah Coffin. supposed widow. is Bing to move from Trumet to los following the death of her broth]r. whom she had kept house. Kyan it r. widower. offers marriage, and is antlv reflused. Capt. Elkanah ,lmn- si leader of the Regular church offers ol h n plaec as house keeper for the Ii rministt-r. and she . decides to r,.nut:ni ?rumet. Kezlah takes charge of Rev. 01 Ell'ry. the new minister, and gl\v's : adv'ce as to his conduct toward aber of the parish. CHAPTER Ill-Continued. siah." he commanded. "Hum- Keziah, come in here a minute." h came in response to the call, sewing in her hand. The renova of the parsonage had so far pro- If that she could now find time - little sewing, after the dinner were done. Iilah," said the captain pompous- w "we expect you to look out for Mr. r, in every respect. The parish tt ittee expects that-yes." u 'll try," said M...

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. — 28 December 1912

- DISON .IOURtNAL. tal Tourr al o! Madison Parish t" rns' l ,of ,o. Board., salt Journal -)f Levee Board. at Journal town of Taliulah U-PUBLISiED EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS. 'o RURCRIPTION: $1.50 PER ANNUM. G(JORnR SKNeNSn. lEditor. tAed Jan. 10. 1003, at Tallai Slah, In.. aa sraonnd.lelnn mail . matter, unnler Act of Congress. of Maroh 3. 1870. 'ave JOURNAL is not responsibhl for views and opinions of correspondents ring in it,, columns. .vLU.tan LA., DECEMU ER 28, 1912. . Elanatory. The past week being( hriatman ,aek-a time when we 1ll, more lees, lay aside o0r cares ard n with the m.ltitudele:.in mnk each nueccssive Yuletide more emn-rnble than the last, is partly explanation for this iss ue of Journal being late in its pub Satien. With the new year we I endeavor to even surpass our S standard in tihe line of local personal news and your an eg in the latter will be,a help toward making a bet and more interesting paper. M.ours for a very prosperous happy New Year. .THE MANAGER. lhe p...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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