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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 November 1915

UGKl AIIEL MAKES YOU SICK CLEA LIVER AND BOWELS MY AY It Once! Try "Dodson's Liver Tone" When Bilious, Consti pated, eadachy--Don't Lose a Day's Work. Le UP your sluggish liver! Feel I n and cheertul; make Your work a i Pieamure; be virous and tull of am-. bitto. But take no nasty, danger- I ous caloel, because it makes you sick and you may loe a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, I which causes necrosis of the bones. I Calomel crashes Into sour bile like dynamte, breaking it up. That's whem you feel that awful nausea and eroampt . istea to me! Ift ou want to enjoy the nicest, Sentlest liver and bowel 4 ceradsg you ever experienced just 4 ta" a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Uver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sails you a 60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Toe under my personal maney- i His Uppermost Thought. Mr.t Blank-How had I better have my new dress made? hmank-Smal in the bill. miamsod particular wome now ras gnd recommed Red rm Bell Bl. Ak pewa Adv. A Mystery. "'lat d...

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. — 6 November 1915

By LOUlU OLIVEBA Marjofe Iboked up at the blue sky Ibetwem tho housetops and sighed estaeauly. "Oh, for the country!" "I siut start right away to save for . vacation! Two months with -ot luenh and walking, home in the evenng will help. Besides, I think I'm safe now in asking old Mr. Dodge for a raise of $5 a month." She got up and went to the door of the omce marked "Private." A masculine voice called "Come in!" to her knock. Mr. Dodge was not there. In his plaee at the desk was a young man in outing clothes. Marjorie decided he must be a son of her employer. There was a resemblance--yet a ditf ference. In the gray eyes was an ex. pression that made Marjorie smile in. voluntarily. "I thought Mr. Dodge, Sr., was here," said Marjorie simply, turning to go. "Well, if you knew me better, I am sure you wouldn't waste time talking to the old man." The twinkle in his eyes deepened. Marjorle flushed, yet she couldn't .J..her smile. - thought you had the tamlly b rHok, I might have a prefer...

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. — 13 November 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL.  BRO., P~bllhers TALLULAIi XADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1:I, 1915. NEW SERIES-VOL. :1 NO. 4. St AT VIOLATIONS y . PERMITi TED, SAYS e ICT ATTORaN.EY p l-el e, ýEM - tE is SNeeesemm a pecial Stemple to --eard e tE Lake Charlesa.- di - roraes of tie Conser- ol VO C mmssion to the contrary, ua (Ilet -and ade of game tr S'thC prt of the state will not pi bi ;before December 1, the el sL the state law governisng l mm 'tt is asserted here. 2 ZIeM ae -i hwave deldsted that while na I, C .eati - Commeston may p Sa the vislatins of the law, ti ! - thet , ' es- paarticularly Ses, and effAmders will be se emlt with. i Attary Edwards ha ad- b ai io ltter to the sher e In the h 11 Jdiciale destrict. which com- E -pIts the parishes of Calcasieu. S S4Allena, Jef Davis and Cam- c t. W sg them ulidly to enforce t 'pl lw. Be assoenes that failure to Ib laee I win be followed by prose- I 0l far l oAesawee In ofce. In is alea the two district judes con- e . tsnes-...

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. — 13 November 1915

WeC(AP'5 5PY * The Nystery of a SiIen Love " I ~mC r WILIALE QUWUX /AUTHOR *f 11! G.03D DOOK," fTl' ýu rt axrnawt oycýrrr· ILLUSTRATIONS ý- C-DRIIOD'S 7E JA IT UdWW (1 CHAPTER XVII-Contlnued. -17 "In sheer desperation I went to the -midnltry of the interior and sought as Interview with the baron, who, when I told him of the disaster, ap peared greatly concerned, and went at oaee to the nolice department to maxe Inquiry. Next day, however, he came to me with the news that the charge against my mother had been proved by a statement of the woman Ship roe herself, and that she had already started on her long Journey to Si beri--she had been exiled to one of those dreaded Arctic settlements be yond Yakutsk. a place where it is al most eternal winter, and where the conditions of life are such that half the convicts are Insane. The baron, however, declared that, as my father's friend. It was his duty to act as guar dias to me, and that as my father had ben English I ought to be put to an ...

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. — 13 November 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal BOMB PLOT PRISONER AND HIS OUTFIT r. ... . This is a photograph of Robert Fay, former officer in the German army, who with others is under arrest I New York for conspiracy to destroy munition-carrying ships. sad the esplosives and spy paraphernalia in the Miltes bound in his rooms. At the bottom of the picture is a brass tube bomb that was in his possession. Pay has made a partial confession. AMERICA'S GREATEST BATTLESHIP READY FOR TRIALS •' . * .. - .'*'. . -- . " : . ;-" S T'his is the Nevada. largest and most powerful fighting ship In the world, as she left the ship yards at Quitncy. or the Breoklyn navy yard to be overhauled preparatory to undergoing the oicial trials. The Nevada Is s burden sad 683 feet long. She carries ten 14-inch guns and twenty-~ae5-inch guns. SLATEST PORTRAIT OF GEN. CARRANZA. i alb " i 'This photograph of General Carrans. now recognized as president o eusee, was made while he was posing ...

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. — 13 November 1915

dmn Journaa.se eery saturday morlag E ?Speneers . Editor' ha L Rountree ._..· ·---- -..naB Th s ai d aM.Iaos Parish, Fifth District IAvOe le.. Pr, bool Board and Village of Tailulvk J . s >- 1Pat offgice f a Mch - ofo - -p '----- ---.~- is Quatkar Pnor Parker dr fJhn M M. Parlkr is still silent oh p qt propomed to him by the se OrIens Stats as to the right of a bt mre to psaldppte in the democratic pri- to a then vote for Parker, Republican it is true, Mr. Parker's man P has attemed to answer the question o a public statment in which he leaves th ao the conscience of the individ- to votes this where the lsue lies. evotd a ae mst decide the moral issue iMr. Parker is under no moral to advise the oter. to refrain b avot in the democraec primary for seoao thoat Mr. Parker has not placed e saerdgolaemn declaration inconsistent  n icton. Mr. Parker may well say it is caoern -af his that the voter -we ip his regiPration blank that he a-~t and that conduct, on the ofi 4at, that nalif...

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. — 13 November 1915

' Miss Hlen ad Mands Coitharp re spending this week end with -' ties Regina Reid, Lake Providence. . Hek's friends are sorry to that he is ertically ill. Hope 4 shadll soon hear of his improve met. The little shower we had Monday wma eartainly appreciated. Mr. C. E. Coltharp, of this city, left Tuesday for Jackson and Gulf " Mi t., to begone several days. burt little city was nicely repre mseted at the Shreveport Fair. Quite a number of our city friends went over to Vicksburg Wednesday night to see "Forbes Robertson." Mr. W. L. Rountree, after an .a-mnee of nearly two months, spent at his home in Vidalia, La., will re tarn Monday to resume his duties on the Journal. i-sles Oriotte and Virginia spent part of Saturday and visiting their sister, Miss at Afton La. Miss Alline Lster spent a few Sdays visiting the Shreveport Fair last week. Ho. Jeff B. Snyder ha been in lake Providence this week, where court is being held. Mr. Ed. P. Purnell is visiting' i Ta'l lah this.. weak, fre Qplm...

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. — 13 November 1915

h Dds Oant Mdis Ad 5 u Up T.e Ssta. rake the Old Standard GROVE S IASTELESS hill TONIC. YoV know what ar e akig. as tihe formula is Severy label, showing it a a r and Io is a tasteles form. The iaims drives out malauia. the Iron mi p the sy se.  o cost. Ad. A Fit Companion. LAnatic (looking over asylum wall) -What are you so pleased about? Creak-I've thought of a way to end the war. Lunatic-Oh, what's the idea? Crank-Sue for peace. Lunatic - Come inside. - Passing Show. AVOID A DOCTOR'S BILL ea the frst of the month by taking now a bottle of MansSeld Cough Bal sam for that backing, hollow ough. Prlee 265 and 6c.-Adv. Simply Waiting. "Why don't you learn the new dances?" "Too lazy. Ill Just sit and wait for the walts to come back." A frost is generally dew before It comes. Out of Sorts 1 AT IS, something is wrong with baby, but we can't teE L Jut what it is. All mothers recognize the term by the lsod, weakness, loss of appetite, inclination to sleep, heavy breathing, and lack of int...

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. — 13 November 1915

7EL MAKES YOU SICO U6HI - ITS MERCURY Ali SALIVATES algohten Upl Don't Lose a 0 ay's Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson' s Liver Tone." ] ! Calomel makes you sick. Take Sdo of the vile, dangerous drug to might and tomorrow you may lose a d 5's Work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver Which causes necrosis of the bones. (alomel, when it comes into contact Swith our bile crashes into it. break f'Xt iSt up. Th is when you feel that W ,'bfm nausea and cramping. If you BIM sluggish and "all knocked out," if 7r liver is torpid and bowels consti ated r you have headache, dizziness. emted tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour. Just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. ere's my guarantee--Go to any drtg store or dealer and get a 50-cent hbttle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take " spoonful tonight and if it doesn't Tobacco Nearly Costs Eye. I is an old Chinese custom to ap i>F a cud of tobacco to any laceration o- the body. Adherence to the fallaci ew method cam...

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. — 13 November 1915

OT TO SAVE T FROM TURKS Two Picket Boat Crews of British' Sailors Daringly Destroy Stranded Submarine. MAKES A THRILLING STORY Admiral Calls for Volunters to Go on Perlilous Undertaking in Dead of Night-Searchlights and Ene my Shells Play About the Nervy Crews. London.-An extremely Interesting account of the destruction of the Brit ias submarine E-15 in the Dardanelles to prevent her from falling into the hands of the Turks is given by one of the mena who took part in the exploit. It will be recalled that the E-15 went I up the Dardanelles at daylight on April 17 in an attempt to torpedo a Turkish ship at the Narrows. The boat ran ashore in Kephez bay a few miles west of Chanak, on the Asiatic shore. The accident to the E-15 was dis covered by the brother of the subma rine's captain, who went up as an oh server in an aeroplane to watch the dash of the small craft commanded by his brother. It was he who reported to the admiral commanding the Brit ib fleet that the conning tower of th...

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. — 20 November 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 NEW S ERIES--VOL. : NO). 53 ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON P. SUFFRAGISTS TAKE "LITTLE WHITE HOUSE" • . . . 4ý" i Cameron house, in Washington. sometimes called the "little White House." because so many famous people hat occupied it, which has been rented by the Congressional Union for Equal Suffrage as its headquarters for the great suffrage rally to be held in Washington beginning the day congress convenes and lasting for a week oz sa.S This house is just across Lafayette square from the White House. The "little White House" will be the scene of many conferences, mass meetings and social functions during suffrage week, and Mrs. O. H. P Belmeo t of New York. whose portrait is Inserted. has already arranged to hold a big reception there on the eve S abg of the day that congress convenes. W v teW nay LeK ConTRNr9 c UDV4 WILL INVESTIGATE GORICAR'S CHARGE INVOL...

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. — 20 November 1915

GETTING SCHWAB'S PICTURE A photographer tells how he out witted Charles M. Schwab, the steel man, in order to get a photograph of him. The photographer was sent to Lo retto, the little Pennsylvania moun tain town where Schwab spent his boyhood, and where he has built him self a magnificently appointed country home. It was easy enough to secure i Mr. Schwab's permission to photo graph his residence, and. in fact, t everything that belonged to him in Loretto except himself and Mrs. Schwab. The steel magnate left town one morning before the photographer t arose. On the day appointed for Mr. Schwab's return the picture man, hir- t ing a trap, drove along the stage road until he reached a high hill just a mile beyond the village. Here he hitched his horse and seated himself on a ten- a - foot embankment. Two hours later a t splendid motor car began to ascend the hilL Slowly the car came toward the photographer, and pretty soon he taw who were in t-none other than Mr. Schwab himself and M...

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. — 20 November 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL, TALLULAR, LA. News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal BRITISH WOUNDED RETURNING FROM FIRINS LINE BREAKING GROUND FOR THE NEW A. F. OF L. BUILDING E 11111.11 n 11Ii.~ BRITISH WOUNIDED RETURNING FROM FIRING LINE -` ( '..........-.. :(: I This is believed to be one of the first pictures to reach this country in connection with the desperate British dilva at Loos. The losses were extremely large on both sides and hundreds of wounded Tommies trudged back to the field hospitals from the firing line after temporary dressing of their wounds. it is thought that these are the first picture. to pass the censor showing the British wounded after the battle. AUSTRIAN MORTAR HAMMERING THE SERBIANS 14 'AM s'4.a ~ r F... .... . . p"A.p Ome at the huge Austrisa 3.6 mortars engaged in making untenable a position of the Srbians not far from the BSoteagra frutiesr. The clothing of the gun crew shows the weather in that mountainous region already was ..:...

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. — 20 November 1915

' e rns mnorning. " orge Spencer........ ...... ...... Editor s 1.. -L. Rountree. ....... ..... . Manager I.' eial J,urnal of Madison Pari:sh, Fifth District Levee . cwat. Marison PM"i, sci:o M rd and Vilc .'a of Tailucl h. ..' t rrc! Jna.- ,.) 19f : at ".!: .,c n . , (d '- is rat iu, tt.,r u':.j r A . "'. ('.'l, :-i of. ,  . -' .. 1S '3. I J::ur.dal is not rero ''iJh for the views and opinis i: C.e.t',,potr+i, nt-, Whic h nm y ap;ear ., is columins. a .::liuh, Madi!so: I arr:h, La., Saturday, NovemnLer 2)1h 1915. Ed' cation the Poe to Crime L Monroe News-Star: If we cou!l addl to the C tmount expended for education half of the sum spent -J each year for aTprehcn-ion and prosecution of law breakers we would really obt::in something for our - tmoney. And, in the c.,ur:=c of tiv:r, the criminal ex rense would he practicaley v.i; cd out. Education makes t( for better citizcr hi_'. It i b,.tter to sr;n'd mr,ncy for co ashools and teac.he:'s ti;:n f,ýr j:>i.2 and jurors. and hl wi...

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. — 20 November 1915

A complt iec oin m 2 ad ro _ - "~ · · · -rrnl- - ~~7- -.-- -- --r - - .I Cameras from $1.25 to 7 J Special atnte Ltion is cz.2ecl to th~e New Juniors-Th,'rc'. aeq~u/( Prices $7.50 to $13.00. IL /'fi~l ILL Jfblri~l ~1 1 ~I elooi' and pr~ntIng done on the premises Cata.'og and Pr ice 1isLL o~ p riit'ng on i-cqu~ct TALWL4 ;C o Ltd ý. i"F 1. L4· j ,a:j r .i " "ct TAL- ,N : i: `.:s;" '.f ý; lr t'e t!' .;." ..4 l . ' .411 Speciý l a tz i 1.1. n r ,".I v. 3 ir , . to m e ce : . ' . h- .. ,1 3I 'I Ca~a~o -49 I1ie Is · 1. I? I ~ i h i m f e~ t u : na* j r ~ r :~~ U';Att he l cei d .t r'? G,.-t lc' v 'rr , FS T ~ i-~' T- ~3~T 'Vl* `· - - ; IP~ ~'T· sCR STATE SEWT2. We are aut,,oriz.' to : e.m:ne Iion. A. K. A.tcw a- a, a .iiate for re-eleetin to the ofece (f State ,Senator from the p5rishes ,f M::die -bon and Es,_t C(.ro:i, s jeet to th- c -action of the Demi. era'tie ;iart:y. We a:-e acth.)riz' to r.rn e Mr. N. C. WIL.L!AI, ':. a candi date for th c ,ice oU Stnte ',nator a from the eth Sn t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 November 1915

TOO MUCH FOR HIGHWAYMAN PNlapeatlve Vietim's Flow of Lan pag Mere Effective Than Any Use of Deadly Weapons. Beetatd (presenting pistol)-F'ork *vtr yer ino, and be quick about it! Nearighted eodtor-I beg your par eat? (Sterly) "No monkeying. Unlim ber; prodos the blunt." "Paton me, but I do not exactly ap rehead the drift of your-" "Cheese your patter. Don't yer see rye got the drop? Unload yer oof'" "I am totally at a loss, my dear sir, to peretlve the relevancy of your ob arvations, or to-" "Whack up, or I'll let her speak!" "Is there any peculiarity in the ex ternal seeming of my apparel or do eaemer, sir, that impels you, a total stranger, to-" 'Once more, will you uncork that swag?" (Hopelessly bewildered) `My friend. I eamfes my utter inability to gather ayS coherent idea from the fragmen tary observations you have imparted. There is something radically Irrecon elable sand incapable of correlation 5 the vocabularies with which we en Seavor to make the reciprocal or cor S eapol...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 November 1915

,M C badCHIS trouble. Very ire. t e Ocurrence for __ ___ w ho buy the remedy mpthe toa f others who have .med ,i,"t - Have mo Swampl o mince it waee fet put te the mairkt, and will scob CRHA. G. PETER New O rlean, La. appeared befo me this a rd out , Chs.. G. Plter, dru-it, boii t - the above statement and ath that the smre is true in ub sef " W]M RENAL'DIN, Notary Public. Yet c ea re Wo De eep hro en ent t to Dr. Kilmer & Co., N. Y., for a sample s bot. aomvtneea ,m. You will tailing about tlhe kidney and bled. writ be smare and mention pmer... Rswar fiftycent and one whe It is to his advantage so iete's Pleasant Pellets are the little liver pills put up 40 years They regulate liver and bowels.-Adv. i" We had no troubles but real ones ism woauldn't be such a troublesome eM world. MITATION IS NCERES FLATTERY ut like countereit money the lmite tima hs at the worth of the origainaL Insist Oa "La Creole" Hair Dresemtnag Wt's the ordnal. Darkens your hair ia the nath* way. but conta...

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. — 20 November 1915

IhOF THE WEEK i I oE WORNLD - PW, N , IN OUR OWN AND orQTeR couNmRas "IeIILV TOLD. 7T ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN Nl eaUoNs Coee R.eae= t . .ied WIkhout -Cenument.AI a.lisse Find bsmetlhi ts - iy and ilasteL. ' a reat volcanle peaks Illiamna, . et. and Dedoubtl 11,300 feet. o thO west shore of Cook Inlet, are he asteamship Lafayette of the = h UIs mle, which left Bordeaux Oct. S.an ts maiden trip, has arrived in 1ga York. The Lafayette is 690 feet with a passenger capacity of A lry before Judge Cooke, in Chl retrud a verdict awarding Dr. T. Tivnen $600 for services Bernard Mahon, retired ma r sstractor, in stopping a nose ". /91rs. William B. Mills of I :., elebrated their fifty-sev . marriage anniversary with a g. a Maaey, 54 years old. de ",paed s as chief of police of Benison, Nob., was shot and killed at the Doug be- eety kir grounds. WIo erippled the plant of the Beau S;as (Ten.) Enterprise; destroying a S . ehnw ae and damaslns the main Mf, the e Republicans elected in iw Trk last w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 November 1915

STHE MADISON JOURNAL. IREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ST, 1915 NEW SERI[ES--VOL. NO.51 ý o r .c ,:a ..-.", - LADINU on H 111-InulOOT A I ALUNIIRI f ; LCh:w SEVC 717 Thtu b te firs photograph to reach America -Jhowing the arrival of the allied expeditionary force at Ba huk iterle fteSria. h ot oddwt rts odir r bu ob oe soe MOTHER CONSENTS TO LET BABY DIE OEI CRED OPERATION WOULD N_ MAE VED LIFE, BUT WOULD SIMBECILE AND CRIPPLED. Alfu-Mrs. Anna Bollinger told t r8Ury of her' consent to let her bdireld son, deformed in body and mal ia , rather than live a Uli "bar nos a aeless." Th mnother, confined to her bed in Oth·0m.PAmerica hospital, agreed Wrh IP r. I. J. Halselden, chief of e h ospital staR, to sacrifiee the eakd iwe a simple operation would -Mi Its life. The Infant, If it livee, 14. i the opinlon of Dr. Halsel A mental and perhaps moral i He, therefore, with the eon SMa pdernm the operation. nt as not heartless to me," Mrs. 5Mh...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 November 1915

TheirCare and Clfivaiion. To Have Beautiful Roses Like This Care Must Be Taken of Them In the Fall. CAIING FOR THE ROSES : - - y 'AIBEN E. REXFORD. S Shower, spray, dip. wash, scrub; do CL'J' and all these things to keep down Insect enemies. Don't let bugs pasture on your plants. There are several methods of pro. tecting roses at the north. One is to draw the bush together into as emall a space as possible. and wind it with straw. Thsla is a very good method when " the work is well dose, but, unfortu nately, few persons are able to do it well, therefore I advise hat it be not dose by an amateur. One objection that can be urged against it, even when the work is done to perfesetio, is that the straw is like ly to attraet the attention of mice, and if they -make it their nesting place. they are pretty sure to gnaw all the bark of the bushes. S A things eonsidered, laying the plats dows ast em the ground and , ivering them with dry earth or leaves seem to be the best ard safest plan Sae...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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