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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 October 1915

MISERABLE LDN'T STAND S Sbe Was Restored Stliby Lydia L 's Vegetable Compound. N. Y. - "After my first o bru I felt very miserable and e could not stand on my feet. My sister in-law wished me to try Lydia E. Pink t ham's Vegetable Compound and my nerves became firm, appetite good, step elastic, and I lost that weak, tired feeling. That was six years ago and I have had three fine since. For female trou take Lydia E. Pinkham's and it works like ga all my own work.'"-Mrs. 1574 Electric Avenue, N. Y. of Lydia E. Pinkham's r capound, made from roots i unparalleled. It may be confidence by women im displacements, inflam tuimors,irregularities, backache, bearing-down ,indigestion,dizziness, 'on. Lydia E. Pink Compound is the stan S female ills. U tao suffer from those dis peeliar to their sex should d the ability of Lydia E. Vgetable Compound to re baalth by the many genuine tMstimonials we are con in the newspapers. al advlee write to ledieie Co. (ma-n ass. Teour letter will se.d and ans...

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. — 2 October 1915

lOW SEE WA 'ONLY AS GREAT SHOW AFFAIR Parisians Take Interest in Strug gle Only as a Magnificent Spectacle. PEN PICTURE OF FRENCH LIFE People Make Pilgrimages to Points of Vantage Behind the Lines Where Gay Week-End Parties Are Held - Chatter Shows Trend of Thought. By GEORGE DUFRESNE. (International News Service.) Parts.-Parisians have become so used to the war that they are now taking great interest in it as a magnifi cent spectacle. Daily crowds of French people and tourists from Eng land and America make pilgrimages to points of vantage behind the lines. and gay week-end parties are held. The following letter comes from a hotel near Boulogne-Sur-Mer: "If you would focus the war, or that large part of it which is collected at the base, come to the hotel. "In all wars, of course-from Scu tarl to Capetown-there is just one hotel which is, so to say, a universal tryst, a sort of Charing Cross, where everyone meets eventually and in the end. It is a vanity fair, perhaps also a slough...

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. — 9 October 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH. , ~ADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA., SATU RDAY, OC'TOBER 9, 1915 NEW SERIEN--VOL. :; NO. 14 OIER LER Arlini ....---- to the IN OUR OWN AND 2,500 COUNTRIES were ephon LY TOLD. * the \ retar3 predii S FOR BUSY MEN wirel tion, servri Condensations Re Without Comment-All Dei Fild &umething to ha and Instruct. the the v `0l. m.ic berla formerly as establish, d a cattle on swl qund fatally wounded agast byshi .I0 rson, 71pers withold, of t ta te o f W es t V i r g n iahl m l r lo n l g land and ad will build Swas married to Mrsre. nder polmbice, . politicans Ban in Los Angeles, Cal. to tr a* * heu rsed and Albert Neil plant and fatally wBeounded by. T b c t on the Neil plantation othe Miss., when they at- poui aorrest lm 1for the killing kell t D Nw mour & Co. hae tory tion papers with the killE at state of West Virgini. othe frpe omd half a million dl g land and will build as not been the vgranted x he required to surrender T police....

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. — 9 October 1915

3 (:Z 5 ASIpy " The Mystery of a Silen Love -'hCvalier WILLIA LI QUfUX AUTHOR o'f "l CLOD 0OK" :TC• ILUSATnoN5 4 C.DoRIODrS ww 1 SYNOP81S. -12 Gordon Gregg. dining aboard with Horn by. the yacht Lola's owner, accidentally sees a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the co,nsul,'s safe in robbed. The police find that Hornly Is a fraud and the lola's name a false one. In London Gregg is trapped nearly to his death by a former servant. 0)linto. Visit Ing In Dumfries G(regg meets Muriel Lelthcourt. iHornby appears and Muriel Introduces him as Martin Woodroffe. her father's friend. Gregg sees a copy of the torn photograph on the Iola and linds that the young girl is Muril's frindl. Woodroffe disappears. (;regg discov,.r4 the body of a murdered woman in Ran noch wood. The halty ,disappears and in Its place is found the bory of Olinto. Muriel and Grtgg search Rannoch we'ad together, and find thi.e Idcy of Armlrna, Olinto's wife. When the. police go to the wood the boly has disap...

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. — 9 October 1915

Sews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GRAND ARMY REVIEW FIFTY YEARS AGO / /· ;y it ý ' A a 43 -_ton of a contemporary drawing of the grand review of they Northern armies immediately after the -,hlowing the troops passingt along Pennsylvania avenue in Washington on the route of the parade of "Army of the Republic fifty years later. READY TO REPULSE INVADING. MEXICANS -p.. .. . . .. • ..... ". '."1 :,..; ".; ;, s . ....: ·:'ty::: . -:S..:':: . s. = . " -!"".. vP ": . . . .. } .. :. : .. .. ' ý :..iso`::r , ý t 1 tn ot Ucnitempotataraery dPawoingo the gandtrew of the NioGrande toiprevent redistby Mexican tsh artwingry th ocspasinlY awunlo into poeitlon an thve rfer in so that the Mexicans can see the p ie Army· of th Reulcffyyasltr REDYT RPUS IVDIG EICN ~2~7~7 *. .. 5,~ I . -~ ... ·;. i..* i. 71cr'l t fUie ttsatler arligtecuty la h i rnet peetrisb eia The rtileryis ccasamaly wungint postlOh o therilr baks o tht te Mxicas cn se th bi UID FIRE AS USED...

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. — 9 October 1915

The Madison Journal. Pablished every SaC:rd ay '3 )r:n~. George Spencer.... . E-.i:c, W. L, Rountr ..... an Ofiial Journal of Ms rn - . I .srd. .adisn - .. . .. it~ v.-? ha', 1 .. . .. , " ?Y" I blitre..ian 1 :. t;s ai . ters : . . " SI' e.lu rL . .tiev try2o i ; c ) ,; • crbeitab offe." toAf sower w!' ";'," : " ' contesh an/')OV "' . ' " . . " ' a_-.1 ourcire no .' - . . ., been called to "t .. ::4.:' 1 .' be particlesnL, s a ce n.:  .:.... : .. . v our cit-oens sr ' ;! ) , . . i- : . , : e Get tt': "" i* for the fair which wdii next ewe'.. Mr.The pTtrr-t is"" r t seventeen u. .cr:ct :I.t i.. ch t. 112 seems bn' to have gttitn e;;.'y .tm:W eý, i into iisj el .platfon . -a : _ , ,embers of bth . .... ...: , . c :. " ,u....C . Shoue was chroo; wed v '. . '7 porters fi'which wia osLen next w. .I toa in apinai:; '. Tho e comnjs e v ..:; s: st . to to Mrs. Nor.n . ' of : vb annO unced. riT Ale c .: Z Jan ica wo i tla . $el e in December. The weather bureau au2noun2cs tha aother stom ...

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. — 9 October 1915

I.. ,· LV I' v4 .·s "cI I~~~ -' ·c'~t -I I Rez.> v-T C-;- ;i ·;- ~ sP ,i e·- i~ !.r~ II'· ..'~~JT ) 1· .1 *I I: " s t~t :' -r , ~ ·. ·'. · ·': . . .' i · '~, -' - I-.- ~ 2 ii '-I . j 4 Stye-r SgnP z:. :'jT!, i- thi town-~p' ~ :rc at~~~· re··i styl is · qizsut our ~ ~ ~ ~ r frz;i.r) The ail ~.cons re h. W! r; ;? 'I r; ~ ~ I * ·r I' D ~ ;; 51jAA ·r.. . .'Al bu:' ··· ·r: I· rl l--~g *. 1' ~rc P2vT'5 - ~ 'I~r ·t7 · ·.'*1 ~ C 'L .~ i~l L\~.4jhJ : o I~,l -A .~_. I ''$3 LV '~ ~ t Mar :> ·i::xi oftenh"C dr~~~~~~~~d~ irs ( erc~e ~ hrc Ar· 3 ·c m~izg us c.! t' 's ·O y 1!I,~~~~~ inyZrh~ ri ou UA~.7~~' *v· I4I ZIIC !n2 rcnei1 3 0 It Tei~L~i~i~o~.1 Us i 4-i ~ 424.VICKSURG. ..·.· ~ i: ,::::1:~--~~ ~L E - ·; t ) g S~C~LA PE#IZJ'AL MOTES UL Dr. Warrenl Sc~ott ":_a. ret i.::".Ž.- ) 21In N t')".ý r.afln, ~.t <tr1 we',`_[ýý / Wýi M. .eu t. Iý i te ur2fl '1 y ' -1 'ly'ArL fl wil le-iv s,,. .r Ca .n nd Fi' . I;., tO s::," t ~ i (':: r'.rn1 "' '''" .i. f :n f 1 Kf i '' " ' '. S J , A - ,I e -n i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 October 1915

I STELING LIVES A GIRL Wh Suffd A Mar Girls Do-Tell How Sbe Found Reief. Steeling Coen.-"I am a girl of n ear and I sed to faint away every month and was very week. I was also bothered a lot with female weakness. I read your litt book ' Wisdom for Wo men,' and I saw bow others had been helped by Lydia E. Plnkham'e Vegets ble Compound, and decided to try it, and it has made me feel like a new girl and I am now relieved of all thee troubles. I hope all young girls will get eile as Ihave I never felt better in my life."-Mrs. Jomt Trrumat T, Box 116, SterliW Comn. Ma...l, N. Y.-"I have taken Ly di E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I highly recommend it. If anyone wants to write to me I will gladly tell her abt my ease. I was eertsnly in a bd oditon as my blood was all turn lg to water. Ilhd pmples n. my face ad a bad olor, anad fcre yers I ad been trembled with suppression. The doctoes ealled it 'Anemia and Exaums tim,'and maid Iwas all run down, but Ida I Plankhm's Vegetable Com pad ...

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. — 9 October 1915

DETERMINING VALUE OF POTATO SEED Early Varieties. Late Varieties. . , x . • , . : : 4,7 No. 1-Early Ohio. No. 1-Rural ."ew Yorker. No. 2-Early Roeo. No. 2-Burbank. No. 3-Triumph. No. 3-Peerless. No. 4--rleh Cobbler. No. 4-Green Mountain. Purity of variety and freedom from disease are the two most important factors In determining the value of potato seed. These can be secured oely by careful inspection. There are a few simple rules which, It carefully observed, will surely result in better yields, better quality and better prices. It is a foolish practice, not to say a very expensive one, to plant potatoes that are not up to the standard In qality. It is a waste of time and mosy and only results in a loss of most or all of one's crop. As the crop is growing and as it ma. tese, watch it most carefully: select the choloest plants and the potatoes bum these for next year's use. The following are a few of the ways p whlich you may improve your po tato seed: By coopeating with your nlghb...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 October 1915

SPATRITISM IS FIRST DUTY OF STUROY SWISS Many of Them Sympathize With the Alies, but Demand Fair Treatment. STANDS BETWEEN TWO FIRES European Republic Declines to Be Overawed by Powerful Neighbors -Refuses to Starve or Be Driven Bankrupt-Would Fight for Rights. By EDGAR AN8EL MOWRER, (Correspondent of the Chicago News.) Lausanne, Switzerland.-Selgnoboe, in his "I'istoire Polltique de l'Europe Contemporaine," begins his chapter en Switserland as follows: "The interest of Swiss history must not be measured by the size of the country. This little country holds a very important place in the history of ontemporary European institUtions. To whoever desires to understand the evolution of our modern democratic asoeety, this history may be recom I mended a the most instructive selec tion of examples of the application of I the principle of popular sovereignty." I orseigners who know Switzerland. I with or without having visited it, as a I country of tourists, hotels, mountains, c pietnresque...

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. — 16 October 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH. LOUISIANA, SATIRDIAY, (('TOBEIr 16, 191 NEW El. 0,000 NEEDED REPAIR LEVEES NEERS OF GOVERNMENT STATE MAKE INSPECTION OF THE LOWER RIVER. KE TEMPORARY REPAIRS Importance of Getting the Money the Work'Can Not Be Over estimated, Stated Mr. Hennessey. -1 New Crleans. the rebuilding of levees along Mississippi river below New Or will cost over $1,000,000 was the ent made by Louis J. Hennes representing the Association of erce, who returned from a trip ispection with Major W. G. Caples other engineers of the govern t and state. The party went down river and back on the steamer John Newton. Those accom Major Caples were W. E. Kno superintendent of the district the United States engineers; E. 1 Buerr, of the government service; Lombard, of the Board of Engineers, representing Major M. Kerr, president; T. M. McCar State Engineers John Kiorer, Col Thomas J. Lewis. U. S. A., and Edwards, commandant at SBarracks. Edwards'...

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. — 16 October 1915

~3hO(2AW5. 5PY The Mystery of a Silent Love 1 * earWILLier I LI QIJUX AUTHOR A of "Tt CLoED DOOK," ETC. ILLUSTRATION5 4 6- CDPIODEoS S ('pmr'n T Y THE 5 .ART JSET PSLALJNA' C WWWW SYNOPSIS. -13- Gordon Gregg. diniing aboard with HTorn by, the yacht Io alt' own-r. a, i.denta:ll sees a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the c u.nsul's safe is robbed. The police find that Hornlby is a fr:ui and the I.la's name a false one. In Landon Greg-. it trapped nearly to IL:, death by a fortmr sorvant, Olinto. \VItt Ing in Iatulnfrles Gregg nleet-t .Muriel Leitho.ourt. Iornby appears and Mure! Introduc es him as Martin 1nWoloroffe her father's friend. Gregg sees a copy of t:'e torn photograph on the ILola and tl:^ls that the young girl Is Muri.el's fr;end Woodroffe diseapp,-ars Gr.e dis,."v, rs the body of a murdered \cma:tn in i tn noch wood. The tolty dlsappears atn, in Its place Is found the th ly . ,f t0 . MurPel and Gregg search Itannoch a. d together, and find th., bdy f Arm:d...

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. — 16 October 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GUNBOAT PRINCETON, SUNK, SAVED AND HOME AGAIN ": . !i: ..cr ".-'"r.: ,4 -6 - :- - - -- -. . .. - -. . . *.. i ,,l° -i 1 " ° i- .... . . . .. " United Sttes gunboat Princeton photogrphed as ahe appeaead recently in 8an Francisco bay flying her home "£ pennant. A year ago the Princeton ran on to an uncharted coral reef off Samoa and sank. She was pumped _by her own crew and th. hole in her hull patched, and shae is home again after an absence of five years. ITALIAN TROOPS CHARGING IN THE OPEN • - . A . . Salia' t p o d Italan reo~ emreconoluanc duy caghtby te cmra s tey wre hargng detchmnt o th COLONEL BULLARD AT BROWNSVILLE & -. ... 1"° i ý1:4 j t.4 . ." . BaDllard, commandaing the United States troops at Brownsville. Lhere seem (left) in tront of his headquarters consltins with Captain e hi or hsi aids. INHABITED ONLY BY CHILDREN - Berman and Russian arales have ed through r.nd fought village of Reoem. Newspa...

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. — 16 October 1915

Published every Satur::ay mnorniag. tGeorge Spencer .............. Editor W. L. Rout-trse ...........Manager Simcial Journal of Ma ';son Parish, Fifth District Levee 'Board. Mlaisnn P.*is,! ;chool Bocrd and Village of Tallu!ah. : tere~ d .Jar... 10 19i2f'. t Tai:'.itih, La., !ost ofibce as seconld *It*s mail matt-.r unl.dr Act of Con:;re.s of March :. 1':. rae Journa! is not r,.,,,i:. ib: e for tih lc .e s :nl ,iai n of corresponatl 'ti, wa:neh may apriear its ci l ,rnn. allulah, Malison I arish. I a.. i~~a rday, Octhber 1;t,. 01). Follower of The Big Stick. "During the lpat. fprty years of absolute control of the state of Loui3ýana 1)," the dominant party, we have seen the number of offices and the number of board- with sal aries increased, and there i. not a thinking man in the state of Louisi ana who does not know and realize that on a propcr basis, and '.without, in the slightct degree, imr:,airin the effcicncy of the state, a grit many of these off es wk ict were created for p...

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. — 16 October 1915

S 7 !I t1^, ., hr rt :.s e . .. . r -i. ' " . 7r r ; · 5 i , -t vL. r . ,- , ." .n. D . __u__M [ I&cepo rated 83i1 Grader St, e t "r glum.'. lt t . Il: t".. t"',' 'O * "'il I ¶. .T, .. ' , 7' * , r .. t Remington Typewriter CompanyC 83 Grader1Sweet 1 " . . Ir, '. t'- . ... .. ..... ...; 11' EN in this town are pretty EiS *sure of themselves on matters that real style is quiet, subtle, sure "of itself. Yo' u don't see many of Rý m ,,F·f~,: ,l.'+ ,:ý tnt ... . .... ,Style--or Sign Post? the wearN in the sign townst sort of appare that loudly proclaims itself the style. NoThe Stetson Hat haknos betteralways bethan the AX. You don't see many of Bridthem wearing the sign postance sort of apwxt you and "anywhere." The Bl Telephone, with its aws mles of ae, brofth mitliona of people wisrin carseot of , Many thousand of them, living thn fifty or Are You Sking use of this e bridge on your , in your home or in your bus. There's a tit of time, money or convenifor you La the Telephone i you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 October 1915

WHY HE WAS IN THE WAY hrssnce of Chaplain Prevented Driv ers Talking to Their Horses as Thew Wished. The weather had been very wet for weeks, and the roads. "Somewhere across the Channel." were in a very bad state. Consequently, it was not surprising that a wagon in a certain British sup ply column suddenly dived into a hole full of mud, and refused to budge. At the critical moment up came an army chaplain, who at once proffered his services. "Men," he said, "I see you're in diff culties. Can I be of any help?" "Yes, sir," answered a burly ser geant, bluntly, as he mopped his brow. "you can give us the greatest help by making yourself scarce." "Making myself scarce!" gasped the chaplain. "Why, how-" "Yes, sir," broke in the sergeant; "You see, we can't very well say to the horses what they'd understand, while you are about!" Man. "The kaiser could have rid the world of flies, of mosquitoes, of consump tion-he could almost have rid the world of disease-at less than what this war is c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 October 1915

UAL-PURPOSE CATTLE GROWING IN FAVOR Prise-Winning Aberdeen-Anaus Cattle. e Aberdeen-Angus originated in nd and was first brought to the ed States in 1873. They are raised sively in Iowa and Illinois and y other of the central states, and rapidly growing in popularity in section. Large numbers of this are being raised in Argentina. some breeders they are not consid to be as well adapted to range itions as some other of the beef s. however. They are but slight smaller than Shorthorns and they ure almost as early (at about thir XTURE FOR PASTURE ty of Seeds for Securing Hay Crop of Good Quality. Outlined for Permanent Sod That, If Properly Cared For, Will Im prove With Age-Mulch Al fords Protection. Instead of seeding timothy alone, following mixture is suggested. acre: Timothy. ten pounds; red eight pounds; alsike, two ; orchard grass. four pounds; rye grass, five pounds; English four pounds; meadow fescue, four Such a mixture will give a hay crop and hay of better than timothy alone,...

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. — 16 October 1915

FILE SUIT ANIST INGLO-FRENCH LOAN PARTICIPATION IS OPPOSED BY HOLDER OF AN INSURANCE POLICY. DISRUPTION THREATENED Bill Asks That Company Officers Be Restrained From Investing Its Trust Funds For Purpose of Aiding and Manufacturing Munitions. Chicago.-Alleging that the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York contemplates investing $10,000,000 of its trust funds in the Anglo-French loan of #500,000,000. Olga H. S. Walsh. Chicago, holder of a $2.000 insurance policy in the Mutual, filed suit for in junction in the federal court here. The insurance company. Charles Peabody, president; the directors. members of the Anglo-French loan commission. J. P. Morgan individually sand J. P. Morgan & Co. were named as defendants. F-nk 8. Monett, former attorney general of Ohio, who prosecuted the anti-trust suit in that state against the Standard Oil Company, acted as attorney for the plaintiff. The complaint to the court sets forth that among the thousands of policy holders in the Mutual I...

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. — 23 October 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBEIR ,':, 1915 NEW SEI.IE--OI*. " NO. 4t EWS OF THE WEEK FROM OYER WORLO D. do HAPPENINGS IN OUR OWN AND h OTHER COUNTRIES BRIEFLY TOLD. th L IHORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN Week's News Cendoneatlens Re T viewed Without Comment-All Nations Flnd bomethng to Ji diy sad Instruct SI51 Charles Flutter, night counter man $ la the railroad eating house at Mis soem Valley, la., quit is job to be marriel in order to quality for a le gacy of $17000 left to him by an ut- n cle in New York City on condition he should marry before Oct. L Fire destroyed the Vienna milling C' plant, at Peoria, DL, owned by Don- b meyer, Gerdner & Co., with a loss of $100,000. Mrs. Christen Dean. 80 years old and a cousin of George Washington, Is s ded at Carthage, Mo. p Vic Guerringer of Kansas City was i sentenced to 75 years in the peniten tiary for attacking Mrs. Gertrude Shidler in March, 1914. r Ophella Hanson, 8 ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 October 1915

I MEDICINAL PLANT SPECIALIST Interest in the sources of our drug supply, stlmulated by the Eu ropean war, has brought into somne prominence one of I'ncle Sam's most useful woman employees. Miss AlI'e Henkel. a botanist of the bureau of plant industry, who has made a spt' cialty of investigations of medicinal plants. Miss Ilenkel's work has had a widespread influence through the bulletins she has written. These, nine in number, have been among the most popular bulletins issued by the de partment of agriculture. In fact. they are in such demand that many re prints have been made of each, and they are classed among the "best sell ers." of the office of the superintend ent of documents. One of the most popular bulletins deals with weeds that are used in medicine. Miss Hlenkel's pamphlets have been used as reference books B by many of the leading pharma- n ~eutical colleges and dealers in crude drugs, and have been widely quoted not only in the pharmaceutical press of rId this country, b...

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