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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 August 1915

ar's ePs i1 tkesto 11 for. but w/ irmue.t IRADAfit. kbudrademsa. s Pills OLD RELIABLE RSMN IT ILL TONIC LITTLE ROCK, NO. 34-1915. LAUGH ON HIMSELF Away With the Oatmeal Succeeded in Saving Precious Whisky. hsrts of Detroit. the doyen of Surgical Trade associa at the fiftieth annual cgn t New York: has kited the priee of car up to $1.65 a poun4 -it sold war at nine cents a pound. that use carbolic acid to be as economical and s old Josh Lee. Jt Lee was a miser, and he every morning on oat save fuel he cooked his of oatmeal on Sundays. ,by the time Saturday was pretty stiff and bard to down. Sturday morning old Josh oatmeal particularly unap It had a crust on it like took a mouthful of the cold, en he half rose, think have to cook himself some heate to give in. He hated sdt oatmeal. So he took -Rlsky bottle, poured a gen and setting it before his eM: Jesk it you eat that oatmeal this whisky; and if you wan't.' o-smeal was hard to consume, With his eye on the whisky, it. Thee when 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 August 1915

I. S.T10 COIlIiE SELLING SUPPLIES AUSTRIA'S NOTE ANSWERED - REFUSE TO STOP EXPORT ING OF MUNITIONS. CITES BOER WAR INSTANCES teelle That Teutons Furnished Ma terial to Great Britain When Her Enemies Could Not Import Necessities. Washington.-The State Depart sent made public the reply of the United States rejecting views set forth by the Austro-Hungaran gov ernment in a recent note contending that exportation of war munitions from America to Austria's enemies was conducted on such a scale as to be "not in consonance with the defl itioa of neutrality." Though friendly in language aad tone, the note flatly denies the Austro Hungarian contentions, and recals that that country and Germany fur alshed munitions of war to Great Britain during the Boer war when England's enemies could not import such supplies. It insists the Ameri esa government Is pursuing a strict ly neutral course in adhering to a principle upon which it would depend for munitions in the markets of the world in case it sh...

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 August 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. NTREE BROS.. Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AU'(.I'NT :8, 1915 NEW ERIENS--VOI. :3 NO. :3n STORM A TOLL IN TElS LOSS RUNS INTO THE EATH LIST GROW VESTON BEARS THE A WALL SAVES CITY GROWERS SUFFER MOUS CROP LOSS That 26 Per Cent of'4 of Central Texas Destroyed Place Lows at "Millioene o -Oil Fields Suffered. Texas.-Stormswept and with a ls of only 8 lives, e gmeld from one of the storms known in the his the Gulf of Mexico. However. NO houses have been crushed Sland is covered with debris. 14 lost their lives in a at to reach the Tremont Hotel the helght of the storm. 8ev. thousand persons were quar il that hotel. thousand feet of the sea wall 'Ms washed out. re loss has been great. bath houses and 400 real a the bay frost were crushed. water made a clean sweep along storm reached its height when le was S mlnes. law was declared. The - iisNed a statement that out "l Will not be needed. who attempt to estimate the lees the city has susta...

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. — 28 August 1915

IN WOOLLEY, MONEY-MAKER Being a Kentuckian, born in the blue grass, and later a resident of Vir ginia. mere money-making never in >.:. terested Robert Wlickliffe Woolley overmuch. But now. in his mature life he has be(come one of the fore I nost money-makers of the world. lie is director of the mint of the United States. in charge of making the metal money of the country, and, also, the metal money of various oth er countries. So, while he counts his makings in terms of millions, they are not for him. HIe is no money grubber. Literature and horses really are the things to which he always has been most devoted, and they are di rectly responsible for his becoming a money-maker of first importance in the world. Here is the chain of connecting circumstances that brought him to his present occupation: He so loved horses that he could not re frain from writing about them; so well did he write about them that writing became a profession; from writing about horses he turned to writing ab...

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. — 28 August 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal WITH THE GERMANS IN RUSSIAN POLAND -- r ii Arn ,V %low. ," · . :. - Sviflage in Poland Just behind the firing line transformed into a temporary base for the German forces. A 1mml of this kind can be moved at an hour's notice. F- WOUNDED ITALIANS ARRIVING AT ROME eianded Itallan soldiers takes to Rome and being wheeled by Re4 Cross nurses in covered litters that protect frn the sum. x,~ CREW OF A DARING SUBMARINE Sof the Brtlsh submarlne E-1 which penetrated the Se of Marmori a k Dumber of Turkish transports and other vessels. In her periscop at upper right, is seen a shell hole. SINTERCESSION DAY IN LONDON .,. e -,t of St. Paulas cathedral, Leadean while the . Lsao n t: ,etlan lntercession day services from the steps lieral. s and payers for victory took place ea this dy *h &rtis: WAR AFFECTS FASHIONS F -I Fashions in the battling countries of Europe have been greatly influ enced by the war. This woman is wear...

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 August 1915

T'he Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. George Spencer ................... ..Editor W . L Rountree .......... .......................Manager Omcal Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Rosad. Madisnn Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entered lan. 10 1901 at Talluish. La., poet office as second cdan mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Tie Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear in 4ts columns. f.hlulah, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, August 28, 1915. The visitor to the Fall Buyers Conven tion at New Orleans who tried to mail a postal in the fire alarm box, was released after proving that he was from East Felic iana. Thomas Edison was accidently burned Wednesday by the splashing of a potash solution. The burn was not serious. The Louisiana Delta Fair will be held at Tallulah October 13, 14 and 15. Get ready for the three days of fun. There is to be no gate fee charged, and there will...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 August 1915

Charles Carroll of Carrdoa.,Ma nd "Father of Redgim hty i AmericM " STORY prvsto their eternmal Carros manoser were easy, afable honor, that the Catholic were and gracefu; all the elegancies of e first in America advocate the polite society few men were his ledom od all rects to woship at any superiors. His hospitalitywas nothing rine they chow tobenda knee. Of short of royal and be was a lifetime t the cavaliers of Maryland, none user of light wines and barley brews. were more noble and none adored He died in his gth year, the last aerty more than Cdles Carroll, survivor of the signers of the Decla. wh; i with his kiman. Archbisbho nrationaofIndependenc,andwaslooked JlCarroll.strove for the hereditary upon with reverentialrd by rich Rasof mankund lto practice Civil and pooralike. Fifty tyewars ago ad Religious Iaerty. Carroll was Anheuser-Buach hunched their great Sof the richest and most learned institution and have always brewed am in the Colnies and when he honest beers-the kind...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 August 1915

e CZAP'5 5pY SThe of a Silent Love • wTvr~O -N I Ia QUrUX (ILLUSTRATIONs 4 CDRIODrs 7n .WARTSITFeSA < SYNOPSIS. Gordon Gregg Is called upon in Leg bora by Hornby. the yacht ILla's owner, and dining aboard with him and, his friend, Hylton Chater. accidentally sees £ torn photograph of a young girl. That aight the consul's safe Is robbed. The lce find that Hornby to a fraud and Lola's name a false one. Gregg vis ita Capt. Jack Durnford of the marines aboard his vessel Iurnford knows, but will not reveal, the mnystery of the Iola. "It concerne a woman." In London Oretg Is trapped nearly to his death by former servant. ()lnto. Visiting in mfrles Gregg meets Muriel Leithrourt. ornby appears and Muriel Introduces im as Martin Woodroffe. her father's friend. Gregg finds that she is engaged to Woodroffe. Gregg sees a copy of the torn photograph on the Lola and finds that the young girl is Muriel's friend. 'Woodroffe disappears. Gregg discovers the body of a murdered woman in Ran Soch wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 August 1915

SOF IF SCHOOL GIRL LydiaE. Pnkhmm's Compound Re' Her Daugh. w.s Health. -bsa.-" From a small child old daughter had female weakness. I spoke to three doctors d about it and they did I not help her any. y Lydia ET Pinkham's 01 1M Vegetable Com- whil 1. pound had been of S8 f great benefit to me, and so I decided to have her give it a trial. She has taken five wan bottles of the Vege A table Compound ac- bele  directions on the bottle and C a ind of this trouble. She was deft r pwnr when she started taking 0 and her periods did not as She wa so poorly and I often had to help her dress ma It Tow she is regular and is A Sstrong and healthy."--Mrs. son MuLVIG, Plover, Iowa. E of such letters expressing s for the good Lydia E. Pink s yýgetable Compound has com a constantly being received, tha *s reliability of thi grand oldke me ill do not drag along and qui t sffer day in and day out but cla take Lydia E. P "lakham's Vege- I a woman' remedy fort mim wes t speeIla advis wrte to lkbam ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 August 1915

ALL RMWCE OF 'THE WAR BELONGS TO THE AIRCRA The Thrills and the Danger of Scouting All Theirs, Says Frederick Palmer. ARCHIBALD IS ON THE JOB ixciting Work of the British Antiair craft Gun Described-Sight of Aer oplane Under Shell Fire Never Loses Its Thrill. By FREDERICK PALMER. International News Service Correspondent. British Headquarters. France.-A crack and a whish through the air! No sound is more familiar at the front where the artillery is never silent the sound of a shell breaking from a gun muzzle and its shrill flight toward the enemy's line to pay the Germans back for some shell they have sent. Only this one did not pass out over the landscape in a long parabola or toward the German lines. It went right up into the heavens at about the angle of a skyrocket-for it was Archibald who was on the Job. 81x or seven thousand feet over the British trenches there was something as big as your hand against the light blue of the summer sky. This was the target, a German aeroplane. B...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 September 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Pabllhers TALLULAHI, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 19.1 NE ERIES--VO F THE WEEK! IER WORLDO IN OUR OWN AND COUNTRIES LY TOLD. FOR BUSY MEN Condeatnt R5 Cormean-AU :ir snomwhat t. w iastreet - 1u Spris.-Rie bh otified of the Usktd to the cottQn cotrar have effectively Anstrians at several s trontiar, the war o Nelsoe A. Miles i be Invited to.serv a of the natlomal G. A. ~ oarade to be beld In st.'- . will be tried by the (N. J.) Mosquito Exter as a means of lth the Insects. releved from Saloniki TWkish mobs have at American embassy at the three times in at . ature Italians who took 2$, of Ran Claire that he has tfounad a rnmedy for feloas. His i soak hisar figeI ear, Or a couple oft hen The ei and so eaid the flaer s a We arrest to ona he bavestigadst into ot Jeban Slovak at Biaer. Grae an aesroaut, was WIs., while making esi Shme a pped from ad bogped about $0 test. L Rime oft DlIwils, I. J.. Suekes ankle and bdefe he halt a mile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 September 1915

IN TI1T W 1TI MARCUS SMITH'S CREDIT Senator Marcus A. Smith of Art zona takes great pride in the means by which he built up a line of credit back in the days when he was a strug i gling young lawyer in Tucson. Shortly after he began living in Tucson, Smith fell in with a pleasant chap from Boston named Stebbins, and another man named Charles Leach, from whom he could borrow money, and by that means he con trived to live until he could get a toehold in his profession. He would borrow $100 from Stebbins and prom ise to pay him back on the first of the month. When the debt was due he went to Leach and borrowed enough to pay off Stebbins and square his board bill. The next time he would get money from Stebbins to pay Leach, and so on. He never failed to pay promptly on the first day of the month. and in that way established a great line of credit. lie could borrow almost any amount from either Steb bins or Leach. After his law practice gave him enough to run by his own steam, and he no ...

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. — 4 September 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal WHITE STAR UNER ARABIC SUNK BY GERMANS R D... Y .T... . . . . . . ..S Ab is e c of the Whit Star line, torpedoed and sunk by a German submarin e South coast oi g was on her way from Liverpool to Boston. Of the 423 persons aboard about twenty are miingl, and aWe AmericbneL The map shows whe hret it the Arabic lies in relation to the location of the similar suc Son the Luastanla and the Iberian READY TO DEFEND THE ATLANTIC COAST is one of the many 12inch disappearing coast defense guns in the forts along the Atlantic coast. It Is at b-t en Fisher's island, of New London. Coma. At the right the coast defnse division of the National Guard "t practice with this gum. TEXAN RANGERS CHARGING MEXICAN BANDITS OLD JAIL AT PORT-AU-PRINCE at- utig e I Mt Port4-Prlnce, Hatt, trom whch a tlar _itmi prlr wen e taken. Itaed up lad hat by dor a ý S a , wh was a. Uj U rn . d - d ras. L·r~r 4 '~l---ahlr OLDEST BUDDHIST PRIEST At the rig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 September 1915

-Madison .Journal every Saturday morning ,.Spencer ............... ......... ...............Editol Rountree .................................M.....M anagel of Madison Parish, Fifth District Lever us PaPish School Board and Village of Tallulah 10 19 at Tallulah, La., post office as second sutter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879, is not responsible for the views and opinioni st, w t h may appear .~ iiis columns rish, La., Saturday, September 4, 1915 statement of the vote indicates a of about 9000 against the con e need a law to prevent candidates sending their photos through the final reply from Germany is satis to former President Roosevelt. This dispose of the whole subject matter. e get one consolation with the defeat constitutional convention: Lee is not called on to write any more e that Pleasants got the best of t. Still he must keep the voters for six months. Pleasant will have a hard time the New Orleans leaders from get friendly with him. enormous deficit in the State ...

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. — 4 September 1915

- "Finaacker of te ReEvolatioa" very great rwn. He was the first American Independence to send a hip forth ying the Stars ifranklin and and Stripes. ke Franklin, he signed of mankind no both the Declarationof Independene rduous com- and the Camtitrion of the Urnted in financing States. He was very hospitable, and The credit whenever Washington visited Phila. y valueless deddphia he was the guest of Morris. r was the per- Hewasevr a modrate userf light whch brought wines and barley brews and oposed nialmens Pineac aowbition Laws, which the esoura many sder mr the fhwksof the few. possible. For s8 years Anheuser-Busch have the cap. beenbrewingthekinddohonest and his entire mals and Saa9z hop brews the potriot the wisdom of Morris knew make gad mt from the frmal temperane. Today at the States home of BUDWEISER ya eIPe came. Thus are daily required to met the natural victory was public demand. BUDWEISERS longandbloody ever-inreasing popular hidependence ity s from quake, Morris was t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 September 1915

SCZD'.3P DY eClAP'5 sp y . " The .ystery of a Silent love * * rOwv rWIUI Ih QUIUX 'ILLUSTRATION5 4F- C-D-RtODds raB 7 B~fM~ YSNOPWI. -s ea" O ee a""a ueo i LT rHomie b yaeht Lola's owaer l" M ! e uu ei robedTA that try Is a frad an! SMare .tale one. Gregg vi Iea Duratord of the martal veumel. Duruford kuowe. bue use rmrlal mystery of the sla pl ti .d nearly to hi ieath i servant. 01bnt. Vslting is apoas rand " Murel introduces eartln Woodrofs. her father' botesamph em the a sohe isend he. yoraag girl ir Murild. friend. dioglr eara. Gregg diecover the body of a murdered woman tn Rane 1fd the body of O antod to tthe nsp but conceala hhis Sof the womn. Muriel sreetly a Gregg and tells him that S that a woman as wel as -e tbo ramudered. They seere weed togethe, and Snd thu "U"il. e Olinto wife. Gregg tell b it they go to the wood CHAPTRII VII-Cntlnued. ihat sight, after callingt upo the ditotiyve, Mackensle, I took the leep hg ear press to Eauston. The re Ime t which Hautheson had In...

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. — 4 September 1915

Co. OFF PRINCIPAL farmers of this country 61 -an living, not upon the from their investments, sn their principal; and At measure of apparent ties ty they have had in farn localities has been exte taken from their capital whi . The boastful state- clim that the American land- of tl ha become a scientific and is as erroneous as it is to I c. Almost every effort mod American farmer has re- gen4 i i decreasing the fertility all soil.--Dr. Cyril G. Hop senc and not eral UNITY OF ACTION a - The Setter Farmers' Organlis- of a Are Needed-Concerted an in South CarolinaL and - ne ers need organisation and Z ack, at present, means to se ar of action among the seo- b Those who are interest klinag cheap cotton act asa sid we farmers are a disor hot Uass with no concert of ac it South Carolina State Ware- an i pstem shows what can be so Th by concentrated effort. thi Jobn L. McLaurin in Prore tar When we began to takeee we found the instr- thi tuos so high as to be almost th v. The difference bet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 September 1915

EM IE N ' RILI RAISED ACTUAL RAISING OPERATION OC CUPIED TWO HOURS-PLAN WORKED WITHOUT HITCH. INVESTIGATION IS ORDERED At Time of the Accident It Was Re perted the Vessel Was Not in Gooeed Condition When She Went Below the Water. " Honolulu.-The United States sub Inariae F-14, submerged outside the harbor here since March 25 last. was refloated and towed to the quarantine station Ia Honolulu bay. Although the F-4 has been brought lato the harbor the wreck is still sub merged to a depth of six feet, and will be drydocked. Nothing has been divlged by the naval officials regard tmg conditlons. The actual raising operations occa pled two hours, the plans of the ei-di ears working without a hitch. The still sabmerged vessel was towed slow ly lnto the harbor, where all the shipping, including the interned Ger man boat (Gera half-inasted their When the submarine has been dry docked a board composed of Rear Ad mral Clfford J. Boush, commsadant hb the naval station; Lieuteant Kirby L. Critte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 September 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1915 NEW NERI'EN--VO . OFTHEWEEK 1 OVER WORLD b N-o IN OUR OWN AND ER COUNTRIfM BaIUELY TOLD. C ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN c e.ks Cedeoeatleee Re. WWlbet Commet*.-AU Ce *a* a«h-t a Flind seme atre that the blowing up of 4 All of the American Pow was due to accident, the Mass, authoritle have oeased i Rasdl a young asst St. Louis bd ti default of $1.000 bond harge of taking a watemelon a buight car. If found guilty be seat to federal prison. tsMer stole the atomobile be to Abraham Tehlander of As S a, rode it around town and It, but overlooked $400 had bidden In a tall light. General John J. Pershing he the bodies of his wife and Stile girls to Cheyenne, Wyo. They were recently burned Gilbert, the Frenl h aviator meoestly escaped from wtiter Sater being Interned ther re to Switzerland and gave him w by order of the French overn eell grand jury has been con na Cebb County, Ga., to and se...

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. — 11 September 1915

IN I MRS. NICOLL A REAL WAR NURSE Mrs. De Lancey Nicoll. the beau tiful darling of New York society and the most famous woman genealogical expert In the United States, was as serious when she took that swift course In hospital nursing last winter as she has bei n with everything else she has ever undertaken. She Is now in the French war zone. dressed in her blue and white. and seriously givtig 'r,her services wherever they are needed. She is only one of that bevy of society wom en who took up rapid-fire courses In nursing when It became the fashion to carry through her announced plans. She not only knows fundamentals S,. Iof nursing, but is a fine cook as well. S~d And as convalescent soldiers can thor oughly enjoy appetizing food, she Is bound to be popular among the pa tients in the army hospitals. Beyond this. she is so exceptionally good looking when in street or eve ning garb that she must seem like a ministering angel in a nurse's uniform. Mrs. Nicoll was temporarily ma rooned...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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