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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 September 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal LAND YACHT STARTS TO CROSS THE CONTINENT * -.. i-iy.Y- ..+' i:.:. ....... . This house on wheels was designed and built by Roland R. Conklin in order to take his family on a land yacht rber his country estate in Huntington. Long Island. to the Panama-Pacific exposition In California. Every ot of the party whtch is going on the transcontinental trip was taken into consideration, and there is even Wg garden atop the machine. The start on the long trip was made recently, and though the "yacht" was stuck ha ljag Island ditch for 24 hours, it is proceeding merrily on its way. The party includes Mr. and Mrs. Conklin b* e and daughter, another girl. two nephews, two governesses, two chauffeurs and a cook. ---- ----- ·~ -- -- ---··. IN THE FLOODED STREETS OF GALVESTON " ": L eiae at Market and Twenty-second streets, Galveston. looking west and south over the section of the city tha ad..ws a.. --ý I ma m three feet glan dnmi...

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. — 11 September 1915

The Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. George Spencer ............................Editor W . L. Rountree ...............................................M anager l Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entered Jan. 10 19u3 at Tallulah, La., post office as second elass mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions I of correspondents, which may appear ;n its columns. Tallulah, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, September 11, 1915. The Federal Branch of Reserve Bank opened in New Orleans Friday. Lieutenant Governor Barrett is stilll detained up north. As we go to press they are still having trouble getting the dark horse Overton to stay hitched. Dispatches from New Orleans indicate that Mayor Behrman will not be chairman 1 of the constitutional convention. New Orleans is waiting to pick a win ner. Who will do the drawing, Ewing or Be...

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. — 11 September 1915

flaeW tIn ruslTfenwn ow t w.&a. Ji .: Washington---"Fa&r isouy " Y AMERICAN knows that labored,andfinallyadoptedourpresent "Immortal Washington" National law, which forever guaran IAjioaal Independence would tees Religious, Commercial and Per impossible. Few, however, sonal Libty. This was in r;97. thegreatestbattleofWash- Seventy yeas later Anheuser-Busch libs was fought to secure for established their great institution on theConstitutionofthe the tenets of the Federal law which Sad es. Ahnost immediately Washington did so mach to create. Revolution it seemed that all Like all of the great men of his time, ofbloodandtreasur he was a moderate user of good old mmvain. The otrgine l thirteen barley brews For three generations refused to work in harmony, Anheuser-Busch have brewed honest in spirit or in law. The new makandhopbeers.To-day 7oopeople was tottering to its founda. ae daily employed to keep pace with At this critical period inAmer- the everincreasing public demand. ...

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. — 11 September 1915

e(CZAR'5 5PY "* The Mystery of a Silent Love " • •A-Cehvaier WLLI LI QcU.UX l Au tR of "Tri CLO3D DOOKw" ETC ILLUSTRATIONS 45- CDRHODtS E wBr wSA E Lwr c w ~ww Brd~ SYNOPSIS. --8- Gordon Gregg is ca:ll-d upon in Leg horn by lHornly, the yacht I,:a's owner, and dining aboard with him and his friend, Hylton ('hater. naccidentally sees a turn photograph of a young girl. That nlight the consul's safe is robbeld. The police find that Hornby is a fraud and the Lola's namel a false, one. (;regg vis Its Capt. Jack lurnford of the matrines aboard his vessel. I)urnford knows, but will not reveal, the myste*ry of the l ola. "It concerns a woman." In landon Gregg is trapped nearly to his death by a former servant. ')linto. Visiting in Dumfries Gregg met'"st Muriel Isaithrourt. Hornby appears and Muriel Introduces him 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 findls that the young girl is Mur...

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. — 11 September 1915

L WHEN BLIOUS7 NO! STOP! ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON LIVER ee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had-Doesn't Make You Sick! g calomel! It makes you si -t lose a day's work. If you ye sluggish, bilious or consti- ai to me! tl is mercury or quicksilver s4 uses necrosis of the bones.:s; when it comes into contact a bile, crashes into it. breaking it is is when you feel that aw and cramping. If you feel [ ed out," if your liver is tor- s bowels constipated or you b headache, dizzinesP, coated F if breath is bad or stomach s try a spoonful of harmless I 's Liver Tone. 'Y my guarantee--Go to any I e or dealer and get a 50-cent , t Dodson's Liver Tone. Take ax Soee Refreshment. Admiral Fletcher during the off Newport told a story at ~ part). _. asry is as ab-tmlous from t reason," he began, "as old p was from nriserline4." I Stinges was entertainiug a boy Itlead one evening at his sa1.re -e. After a couple of hours of talk, the old fellow said gtnially:...

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. — 11 September 1915

Farmers' Educatioal and Co-perative Union of America * NMinmsrEeedalMemat I . pe...... ie A ih.. is The grouch is a rust on life's ma 'chnery. Ninetenths of your troubles ar em aru y. When you lay an egg, don't cackle too long-lay another. * Don't make hard work of recrea 'tor. Vbrpst the bard work. One may become so great a cur that not even a dog will like him. The plow that wasn't wintered In the shed will not shaed in the spring. What makes a farm prick up Its ears more than to dlean out the eo e rows? Idleness and lawsuits go together. The busy man has no time to nurse 'ltt* eradpe To knock is to pull back-to boost Ib to help folks get into the humor to really do things. 'Ware the chap who smiles when he bits an obstacle, and don't allow your self to be the obstacle. It's hard to reconcile the harvest relds with the Idea that there are not jobs enough to go round. unnyeacking screens over the barn doors and windows help to keep the lies where they belong. Suosm farming depends...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 September 1915

T HE MADISON JOURNAL. NTREE BROS.,a Publisher TALLLLAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURIDAY, * EIPTEIBIEI IS, 191 W city tax Sarestd L=2,347,2, SIER WORL kll0 a of the plant, was wr IN OUR OWN AND COUNTRIE The ,gmFLY TOLD. Archan six da! trawler -EUS FOR BUSY MEN the cha Foes battle ,eetJeas No. when t .i slt Comment refuse rFA iemewhat t The mil/ am IarwoL mars .1 record people, including manr in an addre were killed In a 1914 several days ago, 200 One o Mexlco City. two ir s a motor boat shot and stroye S thde Dreamland pier at a 14 toot shark, weighing Mrs S " old, s reslved of the death by prowl soa ing of Mrs. Fannie stat of Shelbyville, Ill. Her upl to have been the resultI Seta drug clertk. The e " ' in th hat a British submarine bomb its way thrpugh the other aiM, aded a party to dy- and amlrsad bridge at Gebts, 2$ retar of Costantinople. Mody of Gorge Tounker was eity'a In bed at his home In may .a. On a stand in the roomn the Swlhic had contaen4 ear wom nicil ialth, a ...

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. — 18 September 1915

CAMPBELL AS HACK DRIVER Representative Phillip Pitt Camp bell of Kansas has grand manners that surpass those of a lord, or an archduke, or a head waiter. Campbell's family had occupied a cottage in the country near Washing ton du-ing the summer, ard one night, desiring to move back into the Sit'y they hired a hack. On the way Campbell noticed that the man on the box out in front was driving rather recklessly. He investi gated and found that the driver was frankly drunk. It was dangerous to allow him to drive along the road, and even more so to trust him in the thick traffic of Swthe city. So there was only one thing to do. Campbell had to change places with the driver. S So he sought to change clothes tl with the driver. But the driver's brass- ci buttoned coat would not fit him. How- s, ever, the high hat of true coachman o1 design did fit him, and Campbell put T It on. He ushered the driver into the carriage, and then he, the congress- , man, mounted the seat out in front. "And." ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 September 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal FRENCH SPORTSMEN AS WAR AVIATORS S . -. : . taken at an aero base in northern France shows a number of celebrities in the French sport serving their country as army aviators. The second man from the left is Georges Carpenotier boxer, and the third is Somes. French champion cyclist, who had brought down a German aviator Just picture was taken. MOHAMMEDAN TROOPS AT PRAYER IN ENGLAND I t 45', ".:,0. .:: A ur uee scene which was witnesed at the mosque at Woking near London, when a large number of Ls, pricipally British Indian troops. assembled for prayer. The picture shows the "prostration." t.4o . i i. tna to the east CTED AGAINST POISONOUS GASES TH a e b of Freach infantrymen hn the trenches equipped with respirators f, as protectioM against the polsoous gases used by the Germans. c D AT THEIR POSTS IN A TRENCH s -", .. iii 4 s a, &Ssar ohers jusputWa a ptares trec iG wer" is of Na  rs who were ilm as thd igfiL...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 September 1915

The Madison Journal. hwblished every Saturday morning. George Spencer ................. .............. .........Editor W ., L. Rountree ...........-... ........ ....... .....Manager Offlial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board. Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. entered Jan. 10 19l at Tallulah, La., post office as second Mla*s mail matter t.ader Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. bhe Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear in its columns. Tallulah, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, September 18, 1915. Don't miss the grand ball the first day of the fair. Write or call on the secretary for a catalog. Reading the interview of Hon. Ferd C aiborne we conclude that he is just about elected. The Good Government League has issued an address to the voters. Hark I From the tomb, what dismal voice is this I hear I The Gubernatorial debutant O'Neil has been the recipient of profuse social atten tion during the pas...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 September 1915

-gmamus rsemuearsawngv wlms . p-.a. s Madiso-."Faher . the Casetiu- " OURTH PRESIDENT of pendence." Madison died at 81 and g United States considered it Jefmon at 83; both were unalter bon. r to be declared the ably opposed to t rannos Prohibi of the Caonstitutita than to tion Laws, and advocated legislation e elected twice tb the high- which encouraged the brewing in. is the gift af his tuntry- dustry. Upon the tents of the Co I Io more ard nt, inidligmet atution of the U S A., to which, and conten student of Madison devoted the best of his probams ever rved genius, Anheuser-asch 18 years ago hason. Thy were his lift. founded their great institution. To Hes it was who labored day 7100 peopk are daily required his gig Mic ah ty and in- to produceand anarket their honest wa aw deeply imbed, brews. Their chhi brand, the fmos -a Nadial law those vital BUDWEISE. is sold throughout which forever g<narc e the dciviz dwoa -the drnk ofyour ricas Rdlious Commern. forefathrs-the drink o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 September 1915

* The ystery of a Silent Love " - r r aWILLIAM L QUeUX AUTfOR ~.~ CLO DQOK, n C rr ILLUSTRATIONS C-DRIIODrS w , w w w SYNOPSIS. g- Gordon Gregg is called upon in Leg horn by Horni,y. the yal ht L,la's owner. and dining aboard with him and his friend. Hylton Chater. accidentally sees a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the consul's safe is robb.d. The o'lice find that Hurnby is a fraud and Lola's name a false one. Gregg vis its Capt. Jack Durnfod of the marines aboard his vessel. I urnford knows, Iut will not reveal, the mystery of the LIla. "It roncerns a woman." In London Gregg Is trapped nearly to his death by a former serv..nt. (Plinto. Visiting in Dumfrws Gr.gEg mIleets Muriel Leitheourt. Hornby appears and Muriel introduces him 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 ...

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. — 18 September 1915

a!, IN OR SHINE Co s all the same to Hov galsIShirtsor Jumpers .ut Made of it's STIFEL'S stay. MDIGO CLOTH stand Sadard for Over 75 rears all th 3MALLS are cooler, more service Gra sble and economical the year'round than o farm work than pants. The pe buying, remember, it is the good in the overalls that gives the wear. The INDIGO CLOTH has had over the si test. It is fadeless and wears like To Every washing makes it like new. I upon STIFELS INDIGO. Look n co asmark ontheback We o ooods, inside the the f rm t before you It's F It is put there for YOUR protection than L. STIFEL & SONS dang ndigo Dyers and Printes Th WHEELINC, W. VA. RKA*= 263,262 *kc chose - 223 Wjadm Boulevad2 cscd t . Poetal AUr s It SO. 14M~ hscatrBliI days - Ab AFETY IN USE OF ASBESTOS of a cent. stsrial Chiefly Valuable for Protec- WI tien Against Fire, But Has Many No. Other Good Qualities. der. Tb Asbestos is a potential lifesaver. to e e do >n all realise, perhaps, that eye. s flrepfoof theater curtain...

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. — 18 September 1915

lWOULD PREVENT BREAK TH U. S. COUNT VON BERNSTORFF VISITS WASHINGTON IN EFFORT TO RELIEVE SITUATION. OFFICIALS REMAIN SILENT Preeldent Wilson and Secretary Lane leg Are Considering the Testi mony of the Survivors of the Arabic. Washington--Count von Bernstort. the German ambassador, returned to Washington to Initiate Informal dis cussion with the American governa meat supplementary to the note from the Berlin Foreign Ofice rsgarC 'g the slakinl of the Ambie. with the bepe of paving the way for formal no. gotations for adjustment of the sits. aion growing out of the loss of Amer iem lives In the tragedy. The ambassador is optimistic in spite of the growing serious concern here ever the state of relations be. tweea the United 8tates and the Gert isaaUl allies, following the receipt of a disappointIng note from Germany ea the Arble and the request from the recall of Ambassador Dumba of Austria. It Is held In German circles the Arble note, with Its reiteration at the anonouncemeat that ...

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. — 2 October 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ';BOUNTREE BROS., Pubishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, O('TOBER ', 1915 NEW SERIES-VOi.. " No. I:: " . .~ . ..n. .u.. .u...nii. l . . l l .. . . i. .. . IND i ll* ll I iila lii ni OFS F THE WEEK M OVER WORLD NINGO IN OUR OWN AND OTHER COUNTRIES ite BRIEFLY TOLD. - Jo ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN h News Congensations R 9. Without Comment-All R pations Find Something to BE Edify and Instruet th of that many sellers of gasp t giving short measure was is- di by the several commissioners of s8 and measures to the drivers 0 wners. Brown, one of the three L who escaped from the Joliet, c pemltentlarY, was captured. was found hiding in a cave in 01 quarry. Clsy, balloonist, who fell , feet at the Colorado state fair si his parachute failed to open, is SantosIDumont, the Bras C plamer in aeronautics, will head ttee to take charge of a move to develop seronautics in South I Omatral America. a totaling more than $100,000 a owned by the Young Men's a association ...

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. — 2 October 1915

INVENTOR OF SUBMARINE If the war continues for two years England will have to use cargo-car rying submarines to import food from the United States, in the opinion of Simon Lake. submarine inventor and president of the Lake Torpedo com pany, Bridgeport. Conn. ('aptain Lake, whose company is constructing undersea boats for our navy. is encouraged in this belief by the i5.,0-mile trip, on an initial supply " of fuel, made by the G-3 of the United States navy. "The G-3 made that trip at a sped of 11 knots an hour." he said. "At reduced speed she can cover a greater distance. "UBtween 18 and 24 months from now, shauld the war run that long, the ships of the Teutonic allies will close the seas to surface shipments of food. ammunition and other supplies from this country to England. You can readily see that some other method of shipment will have to be adopted. And why tnot the submarine? Secret stations will be established op the English coast, from which long lines of mines will 'xtend o...

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. — 2 October 1915

-News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GERMAN SHELLS BURSTING OVER FRENCH POSITION V. NON :,I··· i. " . . " . •. , "', ., a « • S*· 4.*-~ +?.:>: a' :T. .. i "ý th a " ~ i i ·-- nN --" NIkable picture of bursin German shells was made just at the moment when they were falling on ft th Argonne ditrUict used by the French as a rendezvous. The shells were directed at the French sol` 0sI an soon workin~g. Non of the Fren soldiers who were present while the rain of shells fell on them ..% ,':'WAR'S TRAGEDY FOR THE NONCOMBATANT :.'n ... ..> ý: ý ' . m l ?( ý m,' "" -/:" 5' . ~• . J riiii:' ,- V th . .2dR:r..ý:;ýivfý6:'J'':.ý1:'3: :°<"t "- _ . :.ý.'..-i:i.:.:.. :. ... ·*oli o the LAgonne Dils Muse bytse photogren a rhowus. h esmily returned to thedir native vallate after a 'e Iad been foruight them ofly d h rnctheir wottag wr ruies. WAR'S· TRGD FO H ONOBTN '.'F 4. 4 15T .I:Vi -·: - 4 '·2·: ·~ C .5.': · 2 :·· ·-·: dl.· th odnDiyMl' iepoorps hwn...

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. — 2 October 1915

;The Madison Journal. Puablished every Saturday morning. George Spencer ................................... .. .........Editor W . L. Rountree ...._.. ..........M.................Manager Oi- Oial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee 9 srd. Madison Pa*rish S-hool Board and Village of Tallulah. i-tered Jan. 10 i1!i at Tallulah. La., post office as second tlass mail matter under Act of Congress Cf March 3. 1879. The Journal is not responsiile for the views and opinions ef correspondents, which may appear bi, u s colmumns. Tallulah, Madison Parish, La., Saturday, October 1st, 1915. Parker and Red Liquor. A part of the New Orleans press gives Hon. J. M. Parker, Goo-Goo Progressive eandite for Governor quite a polical lift with city voters by referring to the soundness of Mr. Parker's position on liquor. The posi tion taken by Mr. Parker on this issue is not in keeping with his usual high moral attitude and one is justified in the suspicion that this plank in his platform is to...

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. — 2 October 1915

littl Sun IS spel IA `renm B. C. vs. A. D. n, 'SALEH live.I nine hundred and sixty-nine yvars andwrote hisletters as his fathers td. WVhy shouldn't he? He had plenty imac. With him it wasn't a case of saving time but of killing ti me. I tley: tlre ann l :now'- . las a d times t i.terthi.u, r-ti*tinr.itits*aier o if u I '". "t u t r, tte ti tl u an- I, it atZiualag ~· luok beater. day ideaintc(.I" unter)')Ran. . havr C and is * 4 ap-to j d u w,; to wrtsi. *.,t t, tLmc savre4 ax.,. tha l:ea.~nI a-.lestii',orllt aglatr ewrit.r. por IreS C -i tcl o u i-tiii r."asr -i s n'is d piutnInk  s~rt^,: bh ."r,:u I1', lr-wt The ytypwfrtter tow whv.'t ,T O and erad g,. 17l-werslTag two or tbrlee tWut pops ha:~" tser, raiuw is the new Remington JUNIOR JTypewriter qui r l rrw ! Hre  'nAr-eta tthe m hlin for e tlmter us, such att p.e Sww h r. a r Ra', .. 1.osfnaattr ni, as auaurrtptaad letter wrtti,. - rr5r5ruu"1U' .n+...1 IUnr t trtMwewille!oaitinxteu n Iah aid a- utnnfinig test t1:quads ...

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. — 2 October 1915

" The Mystery of a Silent Love • aIr WILIAN LEQIUX AUTtoR * "Tn CLO3D DOOK," ETC. ILLUSTRATIONS C-DDIIODES SYNOPSIS. under the deep shadows of the oppo -11- site shnre Out In the center of the -11- si Gordon Gregg. dining aboard with Horn- Ii by, the yacht lida's owner, accide.ntally sees a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the 'consul's safe is robbhed. t The police find that Hlrnlhv is a fraud and the Lola's name a false one. In london Gregg Is trapped nearly to his death by a former servant, ( llinlo. Vlsit Ing in Dumfrie.s Gregg meets Muriel Ieltheourt. Hlornby appears and Mure I d Introduces him as Martin 'Wootroffe, her father's friend. Gregg sees a copy of the torn photograph on the Iola and finlis a that the young girl is Muriel's friend. ri Woodroffe disappe$r. Gregg dlsc.'vers the body of a muriered woman in It.n noch Wood. The body disappears anl InI i its place is found the bodly of Olinto. Muriel and Gregg search Itannoch w,- .i together, and find the body o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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