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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 July 1915

Washington--"Fatherof His Country" Y AMERICAN knows that labored,andfinallyadoptedourpresent "Immortal Washington" National law, which forever guaran Independence would tees Religious, Commercial and Per ir impossible. Few, however, sonal Liberty. This was in z18. thegreatestbattleofWash. Seventy years later Anheuser-Busch lifi was fought to secure for established their great institution on theConstitutionofthe the tenets of the Federal law which States. Almost immediately Washington did so much to create. Revolutionit seemed that all Like all of the great men of his time, acrificeofbloodandtreasure he was a moderate user of good old iavain. The original thirteen barley brews. For three generations Sfused to work in harmony, Anheuser-Busch have brewed honest is spirit or in law. The new maltandhopbeers.To-day.yoopeople was tottering to its founda, are daily employed to keep pace with Atdbiscriticalperiod inAmer. the ever-increasing public demand. the most brilliant men of The great ...

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 July 1915

PRUNING FOR CHERRY TREES Werk Tends to improve Color of Fruit and Adds to Appearance of Tree-Trim Every Year. Many people bold to the theory that a cherry tree qhould never be touched while the other extremists say they should be pruned as vigorously as ap ple trees. The most sensible course lies between the two. Pruning the cherry tree does not have so marked an effect in enlarging its fruit as it does on apple or the pear, but it does tend both to enhance the color of the crop as well as to im prove the tree's appearance. The bright, full-sized, well-colored cherries are the ones that sell and the cherries that are not too thick on the tree and not shut out of sunlight by too dense foliage are those which attain the nec essary color and size. Did you never notice that the big. bae, highly colored cherries are those on the topmost branches or away out ea the ends of long limbs, Qr some where where the air and the sunshine got to them? Well, in this there is i .z Wel-Pruned Cherry T...

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 July 1915

LESSI ~Edn ti l One CQ Co-Operative "o Union of America , were o had be on cot crops wante too po g-gravE am tte Coni ?r doireman Agrkcthturh t that ti count) ing th changes luck. cotton am is a matter of living. still I husband makes a good wife. tyra fool and his money seldom clung docile man maketh the docile tongue is a long ways from eet oes seem well regulated from the en up e" as mu care, not luck, that brings suc lt farming. He u a girl for fun has brought He that we are ignorant." his tactful man knows better than Diy one woman to another. was 1 you would convince others always age c open to conviction yourself. ceive you ever see a cat leading a man a cat's life? Some folks are just told that. Th man who says "I can't" has an the I chance with the man who says mone lb.. them ted-A way to manage our road acres so as not to involve graft or acres Iness, their love one's neighbor as oneself is ing; when one is single and she is or ot looking. last never be rid of pestiferous ...

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 July 1915

FORMER MEXICAN CHIEF ARRESTED CHARGES OF CONSPIRING TO !N CITE A REVOLUTION IS PREFERRED. WAS RELEASED ON BOND 'Fuente and General Huerta, a Son, Traveling With the General, Were not Detained. El Paso. - Charges of conspiring to incite a revolution against a friend ly country were filed against Gen. Victoriano Huerta, former president of Mexico, who was placed under ar rest at Newman, N. M., by federal of fiers. Similar charges were filed against Gen. Pascual Orosco, who was arrested at the same time Huerta was released on $15,000 bond and Orosco on $7,600. Upon his arrival federal omcials who, accompanied by United States eaalarymen, had met Huerta's party at Newport, N. M., escorted Huerta to the federal building here for a confer sacs. Later the general and his par ty were taken to Port Bliss, where it was said, they would be detained pending advices from Washington. Detained with Huerta is Gen. Pas cual Orosco, who, with Maj. Luis Puantes, a son-in-law of Huerta, had gone to Ne...

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. — 10 July 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY, .UI 10, 191.5 NEWV SF RIES--VOL. 3l N. . j Morgan Shot By Man IYho Set The Capitol Bomb abovE had 1 IN WASHINGTON BE tests CAPITOL AND THE It wo NtATION UNTIL THE EX- and I AND THEN RUSHED ,W KILL MORGAN." heads the e work I hau EX-TEACHER acid CORNELL UNIVERSITY cork. said - goinh enou xgleeon Was a Protest Them hipments of War Mun;- New Studied Sulphuric Acid He it Would Eat Out Corc ploe Dynamite. dent him -By his own confesaion, ing the former Cornell n- larlt is German. who shot J. P. Ia b was the man who set the Moin wrecked the 8nate recap- Wav is the Capitol at Wasuhin- "I In Washinton be- this Capitol and the Union "I 5nil he heard the explosion was machlne. Holt cau.ht Nov Isa Rallroad train, reacb- my Terk just int time to get a Tht Mr. Morgan's home at Glen nne in I Ms, until two weeks ago an "' with a reputation, among his was as an easy-going manl one "1 to high position In his ...

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. — 10 July 1915

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative' Union of America MatsrEstpecialu Meneatto the Prressive Apiculrist The only bad night air is last night's air. Masticate, insalivate, live long and be merry. Golden deeds don't grow out of a pewter character. The man who really loves a horse cannot ill-treat him. Health is a normal functioning of body, mind and soul. A lawsuit is a legal way of giving something for nothing. There's many a slip 'twixt the pro posal and the disposal. To many a schoolma'am llfe is just one proposal after another. A friend Is a man you can call a liar and get away with it. Successful farming, demands busi ness principles and methods. Many a trotter husband is beholden for his pull to a drafter wife. "All who succeed in life are self starters and supply their own gaso line." The value of silence is not always determined by the amount of hush money. The majority of the troubles on the farm are centered around the workless man. Mistakes are always expensive on the far...

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. — 10 July 1915

;News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GERMAN DRAGOONS PHOTOGRAPHED BY BELGIAN SPY . ,.::: . -.'· . . 44 ". "" ".. . Sphotograph, which was made inside the German lines by a daring Belgian officer armed with a camera, a detachment of German dragoons en route to replace some of the worn-oat men in one of the trenches in edate vicinity. Their mounts have been left behind them. ALLIES LANDING TURKISH PRISONERS -i soldiers taken prisoner by the allies on Gallipoli peninsuls being landed near one of the camps for :HOPES TO GAIN ANCIENT KINGDOM Marnasak. the subject of this photograph. is a descendant of an ancient t Btua in Kurdistan, who in 1262 was defeated and captured by the He his been secretary of the Turkish embassy at Petrograd and of eeremonies at Constantinople and is now in the military service of "r. bopting to regain the kingdom of Botan. BIG GERMAN MIUTARY TRACTOR *reeid in . .uia tbag very bd, the Germas have balt thes a haul their .e aman 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. — 10 July 1915

Pabllshed every ;:._:r.: y s orr . 'i1I George Spe ccr ......... ............. W . L. Rountree ....................r O`i.ial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Lcve', Board. M da.ison Ptaiýh Srhool Board and Villa.ge of Tailuleh. *ntered Jan. 10 19-3 at Tallulah, La., post o:!ce as . crn, tclas m;il matter under Act of ('onre., of March 3, in;I '~'he Journal is not respon=ible for the views and opinions~ of corresp.mnlents, which ml:y appear Irn is columns. Fallulahr, Madison Parish, La. Saturdlay, Ju!y 10. 19l~. The Shreveport Journal refers to the charges made at Bunkie by Hon. Ducan Buie in regard to the Hall-Behram-Barrett combination under the euphonious heading "Dune's Bunkie Bunk." The efficacy of prayer is having a severe test in Europe where the supplications for peace between Christian nations have so far eeen unanswered. An account of the Saint Louis storm says that a child slecping in a bed was blown a distance of several blocks and when found was still fast asl...

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. — 10 July 1915

EK C. Rhodes ........ ...... For Trave ug $zpenseS Pre., from Jan. 8th to Feb. ...... 34.;0 o0 Banner Democrat ... ........ For Pub. Sel.1-Annual Report of Board Endg. Nov. 30 . .. 25.00 - The Madison Jouralj ........ For Pub. Semi-Annual Report of Board Eadg. Nov. 30... . 24.9OP 12 The Teses Gaette .......... For Pub. Semri-Annunal epprt of Board Endg. Nov. 30 .... 2..00 78 Concordia Senatial ............For Pub. Seni-Annual Report of Board Ends, Nov. 30.... 26.00 14 Cumberland Telephone Co. ....o 'Poae R rvice for Office Board for Jan, .......... . 18.00 1T R. L. Hill ................. For Mileage sad Per Diem Meeting Feb. 10............. 9.85 6 T. J. Hamley ....... ........ For )ilhsge an4 Per plea0 Meeting PFb. 10 .............. 9.85 IT? T. P. Kell .................. .F r Miloeae and Per Dienp Attendirng Meeting Feb. 10.... 7.75 78 F, L Guthrie ...... .. .. r Mileage dad Pmer 'iem Attending Meeting Feb. 10.... 9.80 0 p. yo. Yoap ....., . . ... ... For Mileage and Per Diem Attend...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 July 1915

* MADISON JOURNAL. Tallula, La., July 10, 195. . ' . :~l _. ; _ .JL   . T m m , l I N TI It --. 11 mnz m m m1nm ..... . LI I mL r Ilm ¶l:. .. - ' OFFIC, OF BOARtD 0? OF 9 Ulllt U , r *. -- FIFTh LO.UI$KAhA IavEs DIs .IJOT. Tallulah, La., June 10th. 1915 I have the honor to subarlt the following statement of receipts and disbursements by the Board of Commis sloners, etc., for the period commencing December lat, 1914. and ending June lat, 1915, In 4ccordaunco Wtt A1 M 175, of the Acts of the General Assembly of I.ouisiana for the year 1904: The following Is a detailed statemnent of receipts from Dec, 1, 1914, t9 Jtlge 1, 1115: Ma dipn ..$371287.19 $23.064.00 84.744.47 $is .::o 86.6i1.e , Concordia .. 25.611.22 24.56.0 4,973.36 53.!2 54,993.90 E. Carroll .. 1.8468.4 11.264.45 5.752.68 104.92 32.798.64 'rrase .. .. 2545!.21 11,821.9 8,s20.o.9 183.76 52,555.35 Total .. $108.004.57 3T.8 2 2 ,9 .~07.20 20,.3:9.55-2-09,s.0S5 TRIAL B.LANCE 1914... Dec. I-To cash balance in State Trea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 July 1915

IIl ivisit iN atI "ýawsa(u r as oaa'nrnersonw 3)s.s Car a t" Madso"--"Father of the Colstitt ~nO o IJRTH PRESIDENT of pendence." Madison died at 8; and Unijed States considered it Jefferson at 83; both were unalter. r iioor to be declared the ably opposed to tyrannous Prohbi'- pe the Constitution than to *n Laws, and advocated legislation elected twice to the high- which encouraged the brewing in. ia the gift of his conmtry- dustry. Upon the tenets of the Con' wr more ardent, intelligent, stitution of the U. S A., to which I and constant student of Madison devoted the best of his Tr problems ever lived genius. Anheuser-Busch 8 years ago We They were his life- founded their great institution. To He it was who labored day 7oo people are daily required r his gigantic ability and in' to produce and market their honest is s will to have deeply imbed brews. Their chief brand, the famous his aur National law those vital BUDWEISER, is sold throughout which ~ever guarantee the civilizedworl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 July 1915

15 £ 13 WITE x4I-GE IttARR IICCUTCIION U$tRAIICnm KAY wLTEK5 SW~ i DARuMaYW ~R ` AV cAtm4Ar0* * 7 avaeory CHAPTLER XX-Contlnued. -14-- 'No, I do not forget, James. There was but one way In which I could hope tb stal him away from you, and I went about it deliberately, with my Qes open. I came here to induce him to run away with me. I would have taken him back to his mother's home, to her grave, and there I would have tod him what you did to her. If after bearing my story he elected to return to the man who had destroyed his mother. I should have stepped aside and offered no protest. But I would have taken him away from you in the manner that would have hurt you the worst. My slster was true to you. I would have been Just as true, and after you had suffered the torments of hell, it was my plan to reveal everything to you. But you would have had your Punishment by that time. When you were at the very end of your strength, when you tremble on the edge of ob vloa, then I would have hunt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 July 1915

6 STRAWBERRIES IN THE SOUTH WdWl HMedgerow Sy~etin IHer Pictured More krrie Are Produced Than by te Hill System. ti Unita d Staete Dasrt- C sa·t of Agriculturoe.) dllow cultivation should be , the season. Good it keeps down the weeds. al rUaas to penetrate the soil it the ecesive evapora rlre. Cultivation shbould I after the plants are set and I cottinued whenever weeds rust forms. The main ob dltivatlon are to break up t sad to prevent the loss of I free the soil below the sur-t is accomplished by form- t nsistaniag a blanket of loose serface. Frequent shallow will make It unnecessary Ssweep to kill weeds and grass, often necessary under the - clthre now in common South. A Cultivator which teaks up the surface of the thout disturbing the roots is la addition to using cltivator It will be nees i some hand hoeing. to keep w eds and to kep the soll athe plant in the row. gl sometimes have to be eld. and they should never So become large because weeds are removed the plants will be ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 July 1915

I I NCO BUIDIIN OPPICIALS BELIEVE EXPLOSIVE WAS PLACED BY A CRANK WISHING SENSATION. CLAIMS NO ONE INJURED iupelateaent Weeds Examined the Struotural Poaturee of Bulding anad Found N Damage. Washldgtoa. - A tremeadous a " e+. s believed to have been eused by somo kind of bomb or itiernal naa chin wrecked the public reception room ea the east ide of the Capitol baIlding. No one was Injured. O-cIss believe that the ezplosive was placed by a crank who destred to create a smeation. VisiLtors were al lowed I the room durin the day ad a tibae manche tight have bee lte without ractig attention. ue.rllateadet Woods of the cpI tel bulldtng, summoned by Nab strlal , wateme, made a harrieod aeaigattoen. then telephomed for an epert oa emploves. Until the oe pert ha made his report no ofdala sttement will be mada Part o the callig sad sMoe walls of the room were shaken down, a hugo &rer sd a rytal chandeller s* s d sd the doors blown open. . Ca a te deers led i to the odees of the vlee p...

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. — 17 July 1915

ITHE MADISON L JUUI N L. BEBOS, P.b.lcrs TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1915 NEW ERIES--VOL. Mark Steamers and nI S. to Guarantee Cargo I eocn *MI wmen smr 1 PLACED BY r to * GIVEN COMPLETE we' IF THEY DO NOT ca I GSANGD. :AT WASIINGTONI r YASINADEQUATE Ir mal t " ne te ee tries 'sagedy and Has Liesyr st1s ta  Cif Prinea s - ot -mda - Arrival of the press a ýa the Germa maote eon- meal that Gohar « to give the saiaa clar caUse tSate 3 t the by traveling the high ad ships of may matios t restretios placed by the ue of American pa tral which are to be givet h iut rom saterfereaco be doa et carry contramband. i a ading aother to the a I ch have arisen over O warlbra It Is believed dr i l lia hility forn the is the Luastemla L has lge passed over for which the Unit- pre wa ed that it woulad l Seeling that the realyw, arl  wl in toa a Srelats that have 1 the Uit Id tat ea -y esop a e. s sss ma S a ews at the oa at the U a te e sta IIs p maMy eblelal who arc l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 July 1915

DOES NOT SEEK PUBLICITY Ask almost any man in Washing ton to name the assistant secretaries of state and this is the kind of an an swer you will get: "Let's see. There Is Adee,. who has been In the department since it was Invented, and Phillips. a Repub lican, who came in in the midst of this administration because they wanted another experienced man in the department. Why, hang it all. there must be another assistant some where! I have it. What's that fel low's name woo came here from Wy oming? I think he was a druggist, and, if I remember correctly, he is the Democratic national committeeman from that state." "John E. Osborne?" "Sure, that's the fellow. By Jim miny, I have not heard of him since he was first appointed. Where does he keep himself?" John E. Osborne keeps himself pretty much out of sight, so far as publicity goes. He is not mixing up in international matters to any great extent, and consequently his name is not getting into the newspapers. However, Mr. Osborne is not...

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. — 17 July 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GERMANS BURN A RUSSIAN TOWN is .. German advance toward IUbau, the Teutons retaliated for the incendiarism of the Russians in eastern rL by setting ire to many of the towns and villages in their path. The picture shows the Russian town of g up in flames as the poor inhabitants fSee with their scant goods. German officers and soldiers are the effects of their work. SINKING OF BRITISH BATTLESHIP MAJESTIC r diakiag British battleship Majestie photographed In the Dardanelles three minutes after she was struck torpedo. Her torpedo nets are out and the crew are scrambling down the sides. +"As soon as she ." wrote a French oAicer, "she heeled over ia an alarming fashion until she had a list of about 45 Resrythlng on deck fell or slid with a tremendous din. But there was not a single instant of panic. after the explosion the Majestic turned compldtely over and went down." lODON WOMEN AS FIRE FIGHTERS -Stimealal to the fact t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 July 1915

The Madison Journal. Pabuihed every amtrday moraesn . George Spencer .._ ..... .............._.. --._Editor W. L. Rountree ....... ...............Manager Ofldal Joersal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Bord Madis Parih School Board and Village of Tallulah. S teraed Jan. 101!06 at Talulahb, La., post oece as second celae 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 ;u its ns. ?altlulh, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, July 17, 1915. Manufactured Trouble The probability of a new constitution has offered an opportunity for many sug gestions in regard to our judicial system. So much discussion has been indulged in on this subject that the people have been led to believe that there is something radically wrong with our existing system. The charge is made that it is expensive, cumbersome, and out of date. In addition it is claimed " that our court charges are excessive and that the tr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 July 1915

eItcec Mi in th away Sthe Al weet L WEBSTER sayd s l en i ane bay.sUeak her eads New Mhm un:"Hasmactnslassoc foertrPerance'tThis AA keian , sour e and almmst sCombl, wihonwi was secoHmi oly at do ae d wushed inet; eso washbi o in the sfavio rAnhe N di ama to buid the Comu has ye diad decla tha it l inured debaeUaieedcatamandid him in n ay way. Undo thetmensd pie geok a p...a.... past.e skCo.sisiondwhich Hamdioa did debats, and wakedbalde . so amch to mta a fact. Anouse t Sall the important commits Birch s8 years ag boncon the Yir SHis nus eslvaliyt and pet ntitution. Duig tha year In M 6sgsit ar deldibly amped tdhey have bonestly brewed hones eay dse of ar National bees. Today 7o people are daily D law wtrawhich Ameari required to eehe public demand. fat a tnmeaemd for a time R Their famous brand BUDWBESR, pae Co macwial and aoinal because of its quality. pur* gu . During Hason's litime it, mildness and eaqul. med lus peat In_m to enor site flavor, exceeds the and poectthebrtew...

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. — 17 July 1915

and moth little Therese in St. Stephen's w Shm will not be there. to come with us. She Isn't it the refinement of "Cruelty, Lydia? I'd hardly that. It's the order of destiny, something of the sort. She gambl with fate and lost out. She's a good loser. She hasn't squealed once." "Squealed? I hate that word." "I hate squealer worse," said be. "But seriously, it knocks me all out whenever I think of her. I've hesi tated about speaking to father, dear. Tor me, I'm In rather a delicate posl tion. Six weeks ago I was madly In Sated with Yvonne. I don't deny IS -ad he knows all about It. Gad IW give ten years of my life if she wre going along with us tomorrow. 'd give more than that to me this whew unhappy business patched up so hat they could start off anew. But fl d raid he wouldn't take 'it well *as se if I asked him to include her •t the- -party. It's his affair, not a ye see. He'd be justiied in elderng me aselfish in the matter. It amt seem as though I didn't care a hag for his perso...

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