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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 March 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARIIH 6, 1915 NEW SERIES-'VOL. :1 NO. 1: NEWS EFLY TOLD OF THE SEVEN ARE BRIEFLY HERE. D THE PLANET Our Own and For. Are Here Given Meter for Readers. house of representa bill for the enforce Itate-wide prohibition meadment. The bill from the senate a federal indictment to corrupt the dec 1914, in the Fifth Indi district, five Re. not guilty. .,rkers. who led. the Arlsona a dry state engaged to man in Chicago. by the postal a a1t since the begin e4t German news publication. Sir state-wide prohibi by the senate of the -leIg tre. The reo tse nbmission of the Imple at the next brimer judge of bat for four months a Springs, was killed as aatemobile driven head for $1,00o, is 'n fmned In a sack of ML, by Perry erk, was sent to st hope of locattin -ankalty - ordered to sink every mgr be Adriatic. amate passed a bill 1110 treatment of e ilaeminded and in *e te ElkV Theate Ark.. contanlat oms. The 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. — 6 March 1915

HE IS "EYE WITNESS" Although much mystery seems to surround the personality of "Eye Wit ness," the official English chronicler of the deeds of the British army in France and Belgium. there is really no doubt as to his identity. Various accounts have been printed in the press here claiming the honors for any number of amateur and profes sional writers from Lord Percy to a world-famous newspaper man and author. As a matter of fact, "Eye Wit ness" is Col. Ernest Dunlop Swinton, D. 8. O., of the Royal Engineers, as sistant secretary and librarian of the imperial committee of defense. His immediate family has contributed several members to the army, two * [brothers serving in India. Swinton made a name for himself in South Africa. and gathered the material for several Intensely inter esting novels. Under the pseudonym of "Ole-Luk-ole." he now has an in ternational repitation as a writer of military stories. lie is still busy turn ing out novels despite his activities at the front. When t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 March 1915

Vews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal NATIONAL MEMORIAL AT ARLINGTON -:- -I .. .. :wn w".MM ! ::, i. "I :" ,"a .C3i' f' : I,';f :'. ý ::ý'ýii: • I.rii:: ' }. ........ « . ,"..;.>: . .,::... .,,i : ý ;: .: ' ý ýý..,. "'3c'.. ,'Z: 'S:x . -: ..:" .,: " :. y ..: ;" . . : . • {P11':':x e °ý IN I on oil·~:~ · -imi " perspective view of the design for a national memorial that will be built soon in the national cer , . . .... ...:,·; ·:6............ vA-~ BOY SCOUTS DECORATED BY PRESIDENT WILSON ! s ~.M i.. * 1i Seouts were photographed just after President Wilson had decorated five of them with the eagle dbest Bo Scout order, and the sixthb with a medal of honor for heroism. Left to right, they are: (honor medal) Clinton AllI. rank Watson Edward Pardee, Edward 8holry and Samuel Hardy. MORMON CONVERTS IN BROOKLYN girls have been lately going about the Ridgewood section of from door to door for converts to the Mormon church. 4g Miss Gertrude Phelps of Salt ...

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. — 6 March 1915

The. Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. George Spencer ........................................... ......Editor W. L. Rountree ......... .......................Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board and Village of Talluish. Entered Jan. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., post office as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear in its columns. Tallulah, Madison Parish, La., Saturay, March 6, 1915. The proceedings of the Police Jury will be published next week. The Agricultural Department has issued a warning against planting "half and half" cotton which it claims is of inferior quality. What has become of the old time poli * tician who held office for honor and salary? Trot one out without any reform frills and watch us whoop him up. HI D. Apgar lead in the mayoralty race in Monroe. He was short only a...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 March 1915

ale of Used utomobiles! Model 17. 5-Passene50 Torin ar . . . . M. F.. 30. perfec condition $400 Conoete. ready to run . L .. 3ao. $500 Dody. ...... aker Six,7-Passenjor. $Tour. Gar. Exceptional Bargain Sord, Dodge & Overland Cat s Stock for immediate delivery. Richardson & Co., cksburg, Mississiippi. Isn't an Bastrman It Isn't a odk.. Make Somebody Happy With a Kodak 1IA folding Pocket Kodak 2 1.-2x4 1.2 Price. $15.00 have a complete line of ks a. prices to fit any . Ask to see them. LAH DRUG CO., Ltd. SOUL0T E COLLEGE. mW ORLEANS LA. n.h sweeese et Sef m l .. 00.... L . .. quality in Fkatone tirs wmold make thee coet * auch mnore under prdinr cndi *Enir. BDint Yareiooe coeditions at l'mtanA a -lb~ Ar-r-r SOCIAL, PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bettis, oi Huon plantation were visiting it] 'allulah Friday. Mr. EdHelganson of Vicksbhur was in town looking after his planting interest in this sect.ion Mr. John A. ,eldon, of W v rl) spent Wednesday in town. Cor. F. L...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 March 1915

TW Last I Shot I n ab 3,t ZEDEIRICK PALMER d0rai t. 1 o1r Carii b rlibsl bii) SYNOPSIS At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Marta (llland and her mother, entertaining Colonel 'ester ing of the Grays, see Captain lanstron of the Browns Injured by a fall In his Seroplane. Ten years later. W'esterlinl. Iomlnal vice but real chief of staff, re-en forceS South La Tir and meditates on war. Marta tells him of her teaching children the follies of war and martial patrlottmn. and beg him to prevent war while he t5 ehief of sta. Lanstron calls on Marta at her home. Bhe tells lanstron that she belevres Feller, the gardener. to be a spy. Iatron cones ea It Is true and how her a telephone which Feller has con a edI secret pe~asge under the tower tr uSe to benefirt the Bromw in war omernencies. Laostron declares his love for Maria. Westerltng and the Grays pr. ar plans to use a trivial International afar to foment wsrllke patrotism and strlrk before declaring war. Partow. Dro...

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. — 6 March 1915

Ill 010 F SWOMAN SmW Paid for Lydia 'sVegetableCoam Which Brought Health. . -" I have only spent toa medicine and I feel so much better than I did when the doctor Al was treating me. I prop don't suffer any A bearing down pains a m t all now and I sleep A well. I cannot m bre enough for Lydia E. cess Pinkham's Vegeta- T ble Compound nd rebi iver Pills as they indE have done so much for me. I am enjoy- are now and owe it all to I take pleasure in tell and neighbors about MATTIE HALEY, 501 Cot ErS Danville, Va. Sageing frm fom day Lydia E. Pinkham's a fair trial. wh Samedy, the medicnal too tof which are derived et and benbs, ham for to be a most va - the vImgorator of the fe- his Women everywhere y to the wonderful who Lie 3 Iilnkham's Vegeta- bod he slightest doubt pul Plakham's Veget m- e wll help you,wrlte I m Medicilneo. bet Lymn,Mass.,foera de b by a woman sirs Sheop With Aero. I arrived here today, Wi York, where he ex- but a airship to round up In bs 75,000acre ranch at i moun...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 March 1915

RUE JEAIE 'ARGI . A,HOWABOUT IT? Tragedy in French Town as Overheard in Cafe of the Golden Lion. SCENE AT APERITIF HOUR Mine. Is Patroene Tells How the Uhlans, in Lordly Fashion, Paid for the Drinks She Served Them. Pari-We were sitting In a cate a. the aperltif hour-an hour that sur rives the war. We were in a city of good size in northers France, famous for both cathedral and cheese. It was thea a principal haven for refugees sad an evacuation center for wounded. The Germans had been there, as the patronne of the Cafe du Lion d'Or arrated constantly, but now the bat tle lines were some distance away. If the wind happened from the right di recton, when the noise of the city was silenced by military order at night ftll, the haunting boom--booom of heavy artillery could be heard faintly. No one who has heard that sound ever forgets It. Dynamite blasting sounds lust about the seme. but in the sound of artillery, when one knows that it is artllery, there seems so much the knell of do...

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 March 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TIITREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAR(H ' NEW NEIIE--VOL. 3 NO. 14 -- l r- lru h Henry Pontwna n--p--- h L i- , I A AImAA i --u - a -u I The Anrhnrmpa Plantln t....nn. I NEWS RIEFLY TOLL OF THE SEVE, SAY8 ARE BRIEFLY TOLD HERE. ND THE PLANEl are Our Own and For Are Here Given hert Meter for hay Readers. the river at Fort It the hope of ftnding Andrew Graylord, city from his home Orand Opera company petition in bank liabilities of $264,. of $41,500. 81 years old, and J. A. old, were killed by tran at larvissel. es scarcity of benzlne the German federal bujetd that motor trat mat be greatly Stermer Monaollan ar. with her bow deep in se pIreseded under A million tas have the American merchant the law admittlag for to American regis Carroll was shot sad one of three bIy Sa street battle with esusht In the store as n e on. eab to attend a f Berlin have been emt slee the war the Ellen W-. Mes In eastern Die. hi passed the __ ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 March 1915

we i game '& Last Shot star libral beini fears divis vREDRIUCK PALME I they excla OrMr )Is14, by Cha"rle6 beri ' Ses) mad. 9 r) them CHAPTER XIX-Continued. -ou own ?tow the automatics and the rifles You' from the redoubt to which the Blrowns old 1 bad fallen back opened fire So mak close together were these bullet-ma- Meal chines that the orbit of each one's into swing made a spray of only a few them yards' breadth over the redoubt, where nigh the Browns' gun.fire had not for a mo- hind ment ceased its persistent shelling, agail wfth Increasingly large and solid tar- TI gets of flesh for their practice. The ama; thing for these targets to do, they crac knew, was to intrench and begin to ..A return the infantry and automatics' .., ire. Desperately, with the last effort Wes of courage, they rose in the attempt- abut rose into playing hose streams of bul- ber lets whose close hiss was a steady un- We' dertone between shell bursts. In the off t garish, Jumping light brave officers ....

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. — 13 March 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL, TALLULAH, LA. [News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal CANADIAN CONTINGENT TO THE FRONT S REUGIOUS FREEDOM IN THE FRENC ARMY _., + ------- --- aaYlonotf d the prlaidple ot relinoy freedom to all When it came to S hooie cbrplall for the to the frost the same principle was adhered to and this pieture, taken in a small village near the twe Roman Catholie priests, a Protestant minister (In the center) and at the right a Jewish s e a ways ered as members of the Red Cross and they are seen here wearing CONCEALED FRENCH GUN YOUNGEST RUSS VOLUNTEER volunteer in the Russia army, Is only of aviators all artillery the war ones mst fteen years old He was promoted Here io a ig French un well cnhaled said broe ush to sergeant on the battlefeld and ----· Hereot8 •~ b nht s eld made a kntiht of the military order of t ILGeor.e. RIOUMANIAN FIELD TELEPHONYE A Y to ho wel~l oqup· Sm Sho t .f wow betwe ~asW aft bik kep 3m einintt tunlg aui ~ br sa rnuwum...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 March 1915

ree Madison Journal. every Satuardy mortalg. -Spene ...Editor L. Rountree ..Manag............ ...ý. M ger aJemml a Modro.. Pauis. Fifth District Levee Mll- M .n Parish chool Board and Village of Tsaulab. I JasJ 10 98 at Tallulsh, La., post ofmee uas sed mell matter nder Act of Congre of March . 1s19. Jerl is not responsible for the views and ooins erepondnts, which may appear in its eoms. Madison Parish, La., Saturday, March 13, 1915. It is only the advanced farmer who re to the cow-pea as a "legume." Secretary McAdoo has been taken to a itasrium where he will be operatdd on for dicitis. The correspondence between this gov ment and Caranza grows more fast and Along with our other misfortunes, dry merchants will now proceed to adver spring openinrs. It is fortunate for him that our religious y, Billy Sunday, confines his opera to the pulpit. His actions and lan anywhere else would likely get him l for disturbing the peace. Just as we go to press the announce is made that neither Mr....

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 March 1915

Ma't an Hai itmas ft laust a Kodak Make d Somebody i Happy With a Kodak .r T( 1A r,lfding Pocket Kodak '.i..2x4 1.2 Price. $15.00 he ve a complete line of al <s at prices to fit any rse. Ask to see them. OsLAH DRUG CO., Ltd. psat a or B tra "- becon .ýne If CVLE COLLEGE. eeka NEW ORhtLEA LA. he teel be s1Mr s the bsot teilleam to the is~e thm or Ieasee . In basiess. Vo nh' m a C.mhee. iue f eelities. Pe Ss Iel strmStit e. lsee sm teat " 1oomet. Cortglr. Co.lte _.L Ipe c o vetess at. w a ohsle ( c'.. no latatl s to  w eeee r. dell. mnt the sececo of Ice sune 24000 beozr-.tdest. halo College lnA t VacEa. oPlI. e •ad Woret th, mat, S. & eoltharp! AJest for TatIslah.L a. ".. ork Life Insurance eo. ilsed to sell the latest up-to-date policies tion concerning old policies. sear I :*. d OTHERWISE.L hee a r.-' .re spent 8uuday s+Mos f`ie r asso; :hernathy spent thl nts Dr. snd th th b m and Orchestra iday evening at be S Show. rai ves, left for her PI . after a very ar her parents...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 March 1915

MOND FOUND A WAY John Hays Hammond is not only one of the foremost mining engineers in the world. He is also a "good sport," as Is illustrated by this little story: Some years ago Mr. Hammond took charge of the Colorado mines of an English syndicate, and found on the books a claim of a Colorado Springs promoter for $35,000. Hammond got hold of the claim ant and talked with him about it over the phone. The latter said that he could do nothing about it and that any proposition must go through his lawyer. He agreed to meet Ham mond in Colorado Springs and talk to him further about the case. Hammond came down from the mines, armed with a blank check, determined to wipe the claim off the company's books, even if he had to pay the claim. as business was good. Most promoters and miners, he rea soned, have the gambling instinct, and he decided to resort to a game of ment with the claimant in any other le oý the proposition to split the difference he said to his man: "IAot here, you and I ar...

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. — 13 March 1915

WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOP! ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON LIVER ee "Dodons' Liver Tone" Wil Give You the Best Liver Sowel Cleansing You Ever Had-Doesn't Make You Sick! ilug calomel! It makes you a 't lose a day's work. If you 3 sluggish, bilious or consti- a gjs to me! t is mercury or quicksilver a necrosis of the bones a when it comes into contact r -bile crashes into it, breaking I 'lis is when you feel that aw and cramping. If you feel I ed out," if your liver is tor- s bowels constipated or you I ghadache, dizziness, coatedI if breath is bad or stomach a try a spoonful of harmless 1 liver Tone. I my guarantee-Go to any I or dealer and get a 50-cent 3 Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a I Why, of Course He Did. " said the lawyer to the aegro witness, who had been i to a heated discussion as to libility of certain testimony, f followed carefully thir.in Lacussion touching on the va- I of medical jurisprudence I r the issue we have before ajudication; and in view of 4 l.w desire to know whether i do ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 March 1915

FAI Farmerd Edc a 1 . , odCoOperative Mand e anyt Unionof America In tioni by u been trace or 1 { ( ltb tanyt the traps.1'. Audhri nd tea but tows Let not the sun go dqwn upon thy ti iwpakes.n TI Intolerance wins neither friends nor tem, s ec~swasi "Dollar vslion" is the enemy of real ly I oeoperation ern One can't set the world on fire by shootlng hot air. of n Flattery may be nice but its purpose mo s questionable. gen Honesty as a "policy" only is un- la e profitable busines. ierl The discouraged man always has witl the hardest row to hoe. line Go after the dollars, the pennies will come tagging along. It's the top dollar that puts the tion cream into the cream check. rev Law suits are dear at any price. ally Avoid them If at the expense of your S own daiaty.y Instead of worrying over past mis- tys takes, brace up and resolve to do bet ter in the future. Do't expect to have a bright and happy home without good books, for muse and friends. tio Toa will be much happier if you de'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. — 20 March 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. NTREE BROS., Publishers T4LLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY. MIW A EI *4o. 191" . NEW5 N ERIES-VOL. 3: NO. 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . o BE CHANGED grrounos Movements of SFiel Marshal's Great Army. ARE ATTACKED St Of,cal Announcement Ptbograd the Attacks a Great Success. S- MXy'ry envelops the 49 Field 1Marcal von Hin itet advance into Poland. aldni;.n of British observ vast forces along the line lam ea to the Vistula can Siage be kept from decis imss the direction of the aive undergoes a radical pmnat time the meagre in ingm through of the ope ge eastern arena indicates have been succes o- at Augustowo, whence have fallen back under r siw PFrtbqLjo the t Mlaw region. the Ge has been stayed and the ltlating an advance to beak of the Vistula ,t et Plock So far as the seermed however. all may be saas g aln Poland agatin be cI a determined attack St rsecalled that Hi. beha bem oad of ewe. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 March 1915

Il Last Shot FREDERICK PALMER (serrt"e, Nl. by ChIus UUdMtht so..) CHAPTER XXContinued. In the inner room, whose opening door gave glimpses of Lanstron and the division chiefs, a magic of secret council which the juniors could not quite understand had wrought the won der. Lanstron had not forgotten the dead. He could see them; he could me everything that happened. Had not Partow said to him: "Don't just read reports. Visualise men and events. Be the artillery, be the in fmtry, be the wounded-live and think Ia their places. In this way only can yea really know your work!" His elation when he saw his plans goang right was that of the instrument ef Partow's training and Marta's serv lee. He pressed the hands of the men around him; his voice caught in his gratitude and his breaths were very short at time, like those of a spent, happy runner at the goal Feeding on vtey and growting greedy of morp, bd division chiefs were discussing how to Pem the war till the Grays sued for peeae; sad he...

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. — 20 March 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal THE BLUECHER'S DEATH AGONY el e a f , - w - h .-... • A . . . ..- .- . .. -  " . . . -: : ... ... ADVANCE SCOUTS OF THE FRENCH I.' members of each regiment usually compose the advance scouts, whose duty it is to go about a mE ahead of the main body of troops and to make sure that the territory is not in the hands of the S appolntedb to examine the 1 t14 cOage of alil the United States mnts, i here seem b the Philadelphia mint The cons ar e sbjected to hemstael analysis and fln m .a *..-: ::::.:'" :: one of the n bhas bees ber of Great OF EGYPT ' - soft *no n NOT SUBDUED EVEN BY CAPTURE ..... ~- ). - r '. x 7chin * * .., DARDANELLES' FORTS BATTERED BY ALLIES' WARSHIPS ..... Above-Forts on the European side of the Bosporus. Belown-Part of an ancient fort guarding Constantinopl In the distance may be seen several Turkish warships. BASE OF KITCHENER'S NEW ARMY IN FRANCE MSC . , .....-. .- .;..:...-.:.........::: -4-...

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. — 20 March 1915

he Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning cstatl ..... . ..... ....... E ditor I s George Spencer ........ . tee W. L. Rountree Manager .Miss Oýli&I Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee '1Jvard. Malisin Pariah School Board and Village of Tallulah. `The E nter.d JAn. to l1:i3 at Tallulah, La., post office as second-, subj c:l mail matter under Art of Congress of lMarch 3. 1879. best SThe J.jYnril is n-t re3..Tnible for the views and or.inions t of eorre.4!)Wlents. which may appear in its columns. VIC ?all!.ah. Madisn Parish, La.. Saturday, March 20,1915. SeV S The Standard Oil Co., has announced thai that it will add large extensions to its plant any at Baton Rouge. It is claimed that the conr completion of the l:roposed extension will thai make the p!ant one cf the largest owned by siar this company. The British governmeit has called upon the Uuited States to protest against the heavy taxes laid on foreigne :s by the ver Mexican Government. The Monroe Doc- ...

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