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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 March 1915

jt Isn't an Eastman It Isn't a Kodak Make Somebody IHappy With a SKodak .1A folding Pocket Kodak :es, 2 I-2x4 -1.2 Price, $15.00 We have a complete line of odaks at prices to fit any rse. Ask to see them. _LULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. CF OUi IT SOULE4 COLLEGE /O 'L J14 NEW OF.L-ANtS, LA. hies1'ld t t iTnve the beet tratlulg to _r ys: ta. em f .r ascce - , in busi.ete . / Hithut Lrse +. B ur ractitsesa. S ts I p' lur Iatraietca. Pree iaptoyv et 1/ sartar.esst, Comp1tre College r.* 4o'i.eorre aSo d Wbolce.a 4ffkes , ritsresr entatlons ,o ,e~ne at U dants. ,?,.O h aL sa-crrsti of I1' J4020 forfntner studats, 5ote Col' ae it reornited everwherte soa * tide wsks, Lract'ca1. P opa1 t ene' 'eC t1 -;G( ·· ºC o O•J t,'+i , - ,ON? S. oltharp 58 21fent fcr Tailulah,t a. York Life Insurance Co. ;pleased to s 11 the latest up-to-date policies ~intfor. iati or .:oncerning old policies. .,a minder-- We can handle ur orders for Job ork of every de ription and will be re to get it to you .plenty of time. ...

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. — 20 March 1915

I. " 1o emitepen to theeztre-eL i _, . ...' : - ...... 4. --4. d' - d o.eo." uamoneed hs mioth .e a )Is ".Ue l hghaee st lote out" :: thii Ir Lll ollow its elamp.," ar. ad t he Csalmt ealfor bhr h·t. PiLL AT BED TIME Leinived hat Awardl .;," " g u ,e to s teative IJv.. - a taD lOumt Bod's Pen a 'jeh."  aounced his Aoth Ah e, as he reahed for his hat.r . -.E. AT ONE BOND'S Ie at BeD TIME e.11R--lh la the will rearm th , ,, --Ne Y a thwa e ell.var.' . Th Areyatil hing.l whi :: he i t oel cdhre o that eoua _. y eeueght 4,e,00n la _ le. st sma. A1v. . -. . asd I rt amiR odeta t last1 e thu,'b--e. 'i Te l s- chu--- -reh of thi - Wave aford. balsam oa had for Iuall. a butterin ir usually a s mb ades et w ims imcsgmm~ada. "dqs mp!7, lu bm lorticullrdl Points ESSENCE OF RIGHT SPRAYING Mixture Must Be Slammed Into Tree With Force Enough to Penetrate Every inch of Surface. The very essence of right spraying Is slamming the material into the tree twigs, buds and leaves with force enou...

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. — 20 March 1915

SiETS" FOH UER, BOWELS headache, bad breath, bwr Stomach and constipation. leeat box now. how bad your liver, stomach how much your head , miserable and uncomfort 8g from constipation, Indiges and sluggish bowels get the desired results your stomach, liver and you miserable. Take tnelght; put an end to the biliousness, dizzlness, nerv siek, sour, gassy stomach. sad all other distress; str inside organs of all the g d constipated matter goducing the misery. box means health, happi a clear head for months. day of gloom and distress take a Cascaret now and mres sell Cascarets. Don't children-their little It a cleansing, too. Adv. Ses Should Know. year lawn coming on this Mr. Griddinga. way the onion crop is r" answered Mr. Lazonton. tatr say assistance from me." AND SULPHUR YOUR GRAY HAIR uengerl Try Grandma's ef Sqe and Sulphur and sod~y Will Know. soerene knows that Sags properly compound bah the natural color and hair when faded, streaked e ends dandruf, tching - fatlling hair. Year...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 March 1915

WEEK'S IEWS BRIEFLY TOLDI HAPPENINGS OF THE SEVEN PAST DAYS ARE BRIEFLY TOLD HERE. FROM AROUND THE PLANET Dispatches From Our Own and For. sign Countries Are Here Given In Short Meter for Buey Readers. Mrs. Dorcas Brassell of Dubuque, Is., convicted of the murder of her husband at her first trial, about a year ago. was given her liberty at the opening of her second trial. The supreme court has formally granted the application of the state of Virginia for permission to sue J. P. Morgan for the return of the will of Martha .Washlngton. The state alleges the will was taken from Fairfax coun St courthouse during the civil war and eventually was sold to the late J. P. Morgan. The expected drop in the price of bread, which was raised by the big New York bakers on Feb. 10 from 4 meats to 5 ents a loafst wholesale and beoa 5 cents to 6 cents retail, has take place. Arthur Smith, an aviator, before the sembembe of he American Association ot Pairs sad Expositions, ascended In his iplane over ...

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. — 27 March 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publiaher.. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUIISIANA, SATURDAY, MA VII'll 27, 191. 5 NEW NERIEN--VOL. I NO. 16 $LFORT TO RUSSIA IsTRONGHOLD 18 CAP. AFTER SIX MONTHS' UOUS ASSAULTS. MOST IMPORIANT gar's Men Has Opened to Germany and Hungary. long Investment of fortress of Przemy2l Depleted by disease, sub. onr flesh and surrounded force of Russians, the asurrmndered to the be after a defense lasting which, up to the pres as Austria's most note to the war. Lmpdoa and Paris are the event-Petrograd .h the spontaneous man Sof these cities; shat and grim satisfac Is the Briton's way. assert that the fall marks the most Import. f the war, not accepting Sat It not only relesaset ia forces which can struggle in the Car mB e the door to Cra. oust Hungary. Oe Meal Effect. or-sver, that the mpr surrender will be tre be sry of the allies being eeling In their kAmania and Bulgaria in the lDrda. l a agitation in honor, the British Ihr t withstood the thap any place dur...

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. — 27 March 1915

IT, PUTS BLAME ON WAR C. H. Canby, president of the Chi ` cago board of trade, who testified in the New York state investigation into the rise in the price of bread, declared that the law of supply and demand and not the furore of the Chicago Swheat pit, was the cause of the in crease. "Europe wants our wheat," Mr. Canby declared, "and the world price governs the American price. Every country in the world is trying to pur chase wheat here. It is a matter of , abidding between the American con . usnamer and the foreign buyer. "I think the New York investiga tors are on the wrong track. No group of men have sufficient power to bout artificially the price of wheat. A con spiracy to restrain trade in wheat and lour is well-nigh impossible. "I am unalterably against a fed eral embargo on wheat exportations. Not only would that be a great blow to our commerce, but it would be tamperag with our economle fabric. Speculation has been but a drop In the bheket in comparisam with the real cause...

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. — 27 March 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal "SAFETY FIRST" FOR A DUTCH LINER I i ber Hobok ior Rotterdam recetly. MONSTER BATTLESHIP TO BE LAUNCHED rti slrpa-ls will be lanebeed at Newport News om MarCh 16. Miss Dhaeth Koib of - be the spem. The Pemyl vaala b the rgest vessel in the Uflte atse navy-, b.eia US BLOW UP A BRIOBE w.., 5 SCOUT RETURNS TO REPORT -o the nered aeropiee the anImh eare, atteies to Ms ban aIer -i ae e as lonerta HE HAS GREAY TASK TLs Is t. Bark, the mlalater of eaas"s of Ros.ls, who is eafreate. with the dielt arobe of raisiog the iameme amesu eeded by Reus to prosecute the war. T. Aid Coatle RItag. ean d Whitlotk. Amer.eala -to~ l r to Belsgtm, metss the osate deoat mat that e has reetved irem the Germam miltary authorlties a copy o an odierl isue by them relative to the euemptoa at cattle aed their food from mltary rea kl-ton whe Imp ort *d by the Comlte National do Secomr it d'Allmentatlc. Mr. Whitiock tow wards the tert of the order ...

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. — 27 March 1915

-e Madison Journal. Pr" -lshe every Saturday morning. S pencer . .- .... ... ........... .........Editor call Rountree ..Manager date SJournal of Madiscn Parish, Fifth District Levee rate XMiisn Parish :'coolm Board and Vi:lage of T.allulah. t l Jan. 1l lrhY3 at Ta'iu!ah,. I a-. post office as second "ri matter under Act of Congr.ss cf March 3. 18. ame ournal 1is a-t rcs;,.nosible for the views and op;ir.ion for npontievt, whizh may appear in Uta columns. pa1 Madison Parish, La., Saturday, March 27, 191.. him Mo< The Stor:n is On Us han If we are to accept as true the reports prol have been given out from tne execu- lan department, there can remain hut little nat bt that Governor Hall intends to call a to i ituional convention. ten It i3 ell!I c: din t'ht if the mattEr we] 3p.po. i ihis ctll for the special session can t the le ,i3a.1ras will re3p)ail to his d-sire kn forthvit' orJer such a convention. the Soppr;'tiity aftfrdea to members of the pec _eral ass.n'ly to be elact.d t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 March 1915

['It a~' Eastman it isn't a Kodalk Make Somebody - Happy With a Kodak IA old.ing Pocket Kodak es, 2 =-2. 1-2 PriVi $15.00 havo a connpete l ne of a,, at pricoý. to t any a L . U .e,.. , . -. As, to "ee them. a EWJ ORLC' S, LA. h :ae tJ he lfrevr th- e oelt tgstI. to pr yrs; 4e ze fur ers* , a in busines.. i1i:i ot ots . Lot L VaciC a. " s + , r..:. .-1 . ·le trf ct:, e rv e he'l.y, . tW t Ay -t-Mreat. Cr..1 te 9Co1n -n.,L ____root l.'e.Jth ..& b~s ano f-a." S,trd s actNeni `e n. o uenuta tr - _e .i.Tr atZs th uccess -f ids :jen 0t fc:r' r S Teadrit . a i, Co'l"r. 1. reechrirtes ever! w.2p ter b rs he tls i wc k~, O e rcticr s. r " v It r t La.oot. G G. tD a,1 & aigra c -. I or F' .. . .. . .c ..i.f..lo... S Ihent Tal, thre, L ^. irk t Ze ntdSrance lo. Wd :o sl the latest p-t-date upolires O ato t le$ p ies. wai FOrdcrs FecificalRM 4 ·h 29th, there Showa~ioma SOCIAL, PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE. SMr. Walter Scott, Jr.. spent a few 'lays ill B ton Rouge this `week visiting friend...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 March 1915

was he t but ski been h "It's said, e Shot " . mmo / Flore an's pl protest SAfter 1 went a helped "Yet wincis mHer yand to IRDRIlICK PALMER tht b had sl come her tb si asileno CHAPTER XXI--Contined. voices "We are going on, I and my ons. Lanst ea to the best yet -on In the pursuit! The Nothing can stop ant We shall hit the bother Grays so fast and hard that they can chief never get their machine in order again. been God bless you! Everything that is fine look la me will always think fnely of you! ous a You ad Lanny-two fied stars for caps met" tanea "Truly!" She was radiat "Truly?" their abshe asked wistfully, the 1 "Yes, ye-- yes as real as the spel pas!" heari "Then it helps! Oh, how it helps!" La she murmured almost Inaudibly. etrat S "Good-byl God bless yout" he cried tiona as he started to go, adding over his have shoulder merrily: "I'll send you a plc- more S tre postc ard from the Grays' capital his 1 ot my guns parked In the palace ensei aqare." saw She watched him leap the ...

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. — 27 March 1915

Isa1erle to keep hose it Ila lbut a woman who Is sering from as aching is otas coadition be good cl hides trouble, especial al emedisotrd. Ii Pills have cared thou. women. Itsa th bet special kidney remedy. h Ce.. Mrs. Joseph Groes, Elm t. MorrUlton. Ark . O says: 'I couldn't straighten on ac count of the terri ble pains In my I back. My feet and ankles swelled to twice their normal II sise and I had about given up hope of a cure, as doctors had failed. My health Im proved rapidly on 0 Kldney Pills and before b ia sood health. I have seriously since. PILLS n tt h tiy N Myri Irh iW uma iI vvi d Sh, Myl t said at a tean cs t of the Albany ) guards the dress of c as 'a.aoral menase.' shook his head. q " he west t mser of gids' tals task howeer, is I always to btret. a gaisslglds' dres is a a " and we put a m-. tesres-e, may, oh. t to pise women -g a besisees ass 1 I as" owes seral «. da net have amy I w the amount. but is oarget the whole I ons a "bi beo of hase a- ean how wW them. -ed...

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. — 27 March 1915

BRIEFLY TOLD W. a NAPPENINGS OF THE SEVEN PAST DAYS ARE BRIEFLY TOLD HERE. Th nosr FOM AROUND THE PLANET Cle An elpatehee From Our Own and r- was ein Coeuntries Are Here Given Atto in Short Meter for liam uPny Readers. Ge Dorothy Russell, daughter of Lillian has Russell. the former actress, was ar- ingti rested in New York on the charge of her forging a doctor's prescription to ob- she tale morphine. the Claude I. raybill. 28 years old, son Ni of a wealthy and Indulgent father, M. the . Graybll. pleaded guilty to drawing thro oler werthls drafts on his father for tfhat a total of $10 ad was seateaced by will Juge Latebaw at Kansas City to in b servo two years In the penitentlary. The latest entrants in the flying wrir pae at Sea Diegt, Cal., were United canu States Senator MeCCmber of the se- pun ate aval affairs ommittee and Rep- Riti sesatatives Brittoa of Illinois and rnd Geedie a Ohio $35 Presdeat Wilson has placed himself at the senice of both tactions in the li efmere to arbi...

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. — 3 April 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. NTREE BROS., Publishers PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL, EW ERIE--VOL. O. 1 NEWS RIEFLY TOLD OF THE SEVEN YS ARE BRIEFLY L. HERL ND THE PLANET Our Own and Pe. Are Here Given hirmt Meter for ie Readers. which bas been circu Prince Rupprecht of been selously wounded fiacially denied. 5 years old, and his found deed in bed at at Gainesville, Te. bad been shot throush Ud the man tarougP the rwas held by the Ir trial for murder in the killing at New asot mouth of Rev. Pa. his housekeeper, Miss bettIng 4 to 2 that the by Sept. 30, 1915. to provide pea mothers passed the 129 to L Aries sembly nasnil a asmenadment to the il, removingr the m anl particopeats in ,",e " It*s P. Stoie. former of the army. died at ,Paeases cal, aged 74 Joe Jackson and Jodn ais the Missouri, inlop a, were found a top of a freight ben shot and their ibtes lad office has emmeditatios of a1 rea 7100 acres in the 1 grop tthe of. Smallpo have at Muivife, N. J., M health at a meeting for the va...

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. — 3 April 1915

rC y 5ý4n. ".' j:: -i r urnr Vý J ;; :"· t It "Mae : 4% tt 44 'I ~ 4JI !1 V, ,gyp 4 £O~WJWDJ:W: ~:flE2Rd :U4: 7 s WI ared. Palestltam ridlg over these acleat byways that wind threh bit and dais ladling i the beo atty, we were deeply l*rees Sthas psriae-sot ash by thtr hem bah by their vry air o -aust eagesn-as thef tr-dd no -ar seeds beteere and weary As we WIed the aity we tew that inssles wan akeey ied to ever we wi m these paums hleas. ts Used eadleg be the ea were had as ember wla waw oo at aspe t go meimna in the adtebsi. wvi Oirpetadmgas and besli&. *. weesaiddsy when we wresd sad - oews mesaslleeir, ayrr e thes n had rs a mls " ae er shawl see ha were deepls to its shade. sw eeade in is ba the l ily, m awry testabi Ow S hbads. atRi ae the .wrl a 3ses-as wee land as wear; ti ieemei p1e5t a fah b ig Mars ee., whie at the algae satmess ther weodetf relson. Sw aeu Sal, weadir wdlse o at thes had warned haniule et assag uabe . heal -nses i*h e le * hm treused to h *I tter n ra...

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. — 3 April 1915

SNews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal " ~ ~ m L~hI' 11 w'"lq .. a .... .......- I INl ml II-I I ] Il II I I l i I n RENEEGADE PIUTES CAPTURED . T... of the renepde Piute and their aptor. The band wasu captured in Utah after a stiff fiht with the : PREPARED TO DEFEND YARMOUTH AGAINST GERMANS S 1s ta wtu home ro tom o rs un the streets o Yarmothready to df t that citf Our clture ows a ermet ipetor em the rih suelralsla tah work sad aam , t breada with the utitlal -r. 80MBPROOF ON ENGULISH COAST * a~ r can 'ay e in ease s Ablg la she ugs. p. C4~s`ti i,. ROBERT W. WOOLLEY mb.t V. Weer I is nsuem ar *e*e. a. s~ aaes as. e,~s ter su t i - The German auxiliary crualser which put into Newport News recently with 36 Russan and French prisone aboard, and also the crew of the American vessel William P. Frye, which was sunk by the cruiser. ARGENTINE SAILORS AWAIT RELEASE OF SHIP ,^e...__ __ One thourad Argtlne sallor. with their oScrs, are quartered at the Philad...

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. — 3 April 1915

wa~~s.on Joumrnal. every Sa t ay ,noe'as. ' oredi _Eio . r t mum P.aris h, ft Disriet law S"sh School Beard sdm Viags @t 'alaeb. P3Ult Ta~m La., post a"... mo.de X at-. o f Cs p' o of March . 1819. .sm erpouliblis fa view ylss "adW which my appear In Its M a Parish, aj,trd April pr Um M "--- , Il new post office at New, Orleans -y. politician has begun the "clinging movement," which indicates that the will soon be open. prounent evangelist states that it is intention to remain in Shreveport theDevil is drivenout. We congra a r ister c ty on the acquisition of rasidients. is a prohibitionist and threaten to aeudio dry. We agree with him that' awful waste of good liquor to permit *..pon by greasers. prominent member of the Federal Board takes the position that the tates should organize rural credits Certahyly, let George do it. rtat continue writing letters ball ts. They have an abiding t1 theory that "the pen is mightier tsll has appointed Hon. W. Secretary State to ~ll the nsed by ...

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. — 3 April 1915

t as Bastmaa It aW't a eodak Make Somebody Happy With a Kodak oA folding Pocket Kodak 2 I-2x4 1.2 Price. $15.00 have a complete line of s at prices to fit any Ask to see them. LAH DRUG CO., Ltd. '@ 80 WE COLE nw om wn M, ..... -qeqtt a . Cebaree e a. :irk Lte l aranee o.. - to . the Jatest uptodat podlicies ~'bom ng old polidea NTED PIlIlaj In 24 loot leagthss. :Paw, Mweare, La CORN i xra Seldted Sentell White Seed Corn a $2 per bIshel, Order. SW fARM, i s r AIm, *,e n,,,..., ......I ,. e SAprles aPt, ISs :isg M meetI ah s .ine aw ;:~Y" El THE MADISON JOURNAL, TALLULAI W. M. SCOTT. Preeoent J. M. JOHNSON. Vloe-President urauuul? @tatt lank CAPITAL A SURPLUS $84,000.00 Condnseed Statement of the above Bank, as furnished the Ex aminer of State Banks at the close of businer s March 1 , 9195. RESOURCES8 I LIABILITIES DM-d lkan.............. t stoc paid - n .............. $ 000 00 Loa orn e bmed b mao.. ,12 15 Surpl -..... ... 260 00' bOte s and disecants..... 80,06 ndiYIed prodts, le...

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. — 3 April 1915

The Last Shot FREDERICK PALMER 13sre al Cho" Sc7m3sh Sa (Caeosi l .IeS.r Chub a CHAPTER XXII-ContinUed. In "I think we have practically agreed vo that the two individuals who were tin- ra valuable to our cause were Partow and miss Galland," Isastron remarked ten- pr tatiely. He waited for a reply. It m was apparent that be was laying a l0 foundation before e went any fur- li ther. e "Certainly!" said the vicechief. Y' "And you!" put In another ocar. which brought a chorus of assent. "No, not I-omly these two!" Ian stron replied. "r, I. too, If you pr fer. It little mmatters. The thing is that I am aunder a promisea to oth. a wtehk I ahal respect. He organised t lablred for the same purpose that t she played the spy. Whea *e se t s the troops forward in a eounterattack S id pursult to clear our soi of the Grays; when I stopped them at the f utleboth were acording to Paup C t's plan. He had a plan and a n dream, this wederful old man who made us all seem primary pupils in the art o w...

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. — 3 April 1915

C CASTORIA Molrn Catwma OHOL-3 PER CENT ýS n Bears thers Rest ionlas neir SMorphine nor Mir of NARCOTIC SnIn andLossor Sma p. For Over "" CThirty Years SCASTOR IA Otweise wass e. w A Si ping Feve r FOR HALF A OENTURY WOOD'S FEVER PILLS hae stood thbe It a tbhe bet rsed for Chills and Fever aad al Bilions and Malarial Dises Oaco tried always meed. Sold by yor durgiv ^- mR WK. WOOD A SON& cAIao EL. _' MoA tmos SIN MOONULIGHT ss Givg the "at mead Now Are Out haxptanat harmfulaess of moon Lt receiving scleattlc at MsOOs that the light of the rl e bted, is polarisd; thti-ons * Ina one plane -anes, asi light cor arn Its source. It is it has ises germicidal t ight, d that d Sbe true, and it may e tthe bUMikle as to moom so loau believed these myths of primtlve pro are met Inclined to take in this U11n seriously. mistake. attempts at M plaaton of phe. or the Irst time. sem to have erit t var clear atmos I s eatremela doubtful nomthaem misty climates say ocular or nervous a the other. ...

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. — 3 April 1915

IAY A PIEmT 0SH REPORTS SAY CAPTAIN HAS ASKED FOR PROTECTION PROM ALLIED SHIPS. SECT TO BE ATTACKED 'hrle us at et Monroe Can Only Pretect th Eitel as Far as the Capes Newlport New-While there is ab  alutely no IuArmation fortheoming ferm odas sources, and up to this tite the eiperted move has not been :' tk. seeral ballet Is that the Ger wa azmlUry eruiser Primas Etel ledrsh doess not Inatend to Intern iR i niuare that the delay of * 40eemm2m Thieriches in leaviag Shaer is not due to unprepared Saea a the pat oe his vesse but to Ssthe srlr a the United States gCer ern aest to e warships to protect the Mla3 is territorial waters Reports frmn Washlagton say that Captala TrYierhess has asked the go ramnat for pratection from the euSei ships w bhi the three mile limit. a sad that he has been assure that he tl wl aet be olested within local or ed whi le I three limt outside the capes. Other thLa two trpedo boats anad M'm smarlnea the D-2 there are no wursmnps here that cold protect th...

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