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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 November 1915

s of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal THE CORONATION OF JAPAN'S EMPEROR t 4L I>t ~a. The coronation of the emperor of Japan required elaborate preparation for the ancient rites and ceremonies which it was celebrated. In the upper of these photographs are seen Japanese maidens, specially dressed, dripping from the stalks the ears of rice for the emperor to present to his gods and ancestors. Below are shown the men gathering up the rice straw that was used for making mats and thatches for the shrines where the rites were eelebrated. AUSTRIAN SHARPSHOOTERS IN THE ALPS I - i to ofetcal statements from Vienna, the Austrians are successfully combating all eforts of the Ital smt break through the Alps. The little poset of Austrian sharpshooters hers photographed was nearly 8.000 fteet UNCLE SAM TESTING EYES FREE t r . < .  .'. :. C :s "' :. p* A" the yees of the United States treasury are having their eyes ttd / by7 of the United States public health serv...

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. — 27 November 1915

e Madison Journal. lashed every Saturday morning. orge Spencer ................................... ...... .........Editor Journal of M.Elson Parish, Fifth District Levee Bo rd. Madison Parisl 3Shool Board and Village of Tallulah. S tred Jan. 10 190= at Tallulah, La., post office as second mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1819. The Journal is not reiponsible for the views and opinions if correspondents, which may appear :u Its columns. talsuIlah Madison larish, La., Saturday, November 27th 1915. The Governor and the Legislature Judging from the attitude assumed ,;by the gubernatorial candidates the legisla .tre has become a "fifth wheel" to the wiagon. They are making prohibition the *main issue in the campaign and the fact 'that the settlement of this issue belongs a-:lone to the legislative and not to the exec ttive branch of the government has not af icted their ardor or pretensions in the pre iuises As between Pleasant and Barrett +hee is nothing more than a shadow ...

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. — 27 November 1915

a asftan i 't *a Kodak We hav them Stock A complete line of Kodaks and Brownie Cameras from $1.25 to $17.50 Special ittention is called to tne New 'Juniors-T/ re Autographtic. Prices $7.50 to $13.00. SSEND UIS . L.R FILMS TO B[,4V[LtP[D .s - " I ha1 velopin printing done on the premises -=setalog an ice list of printing on request TALLU H DRUG CO., Ltd. " . . LOUISIANA , ;'¢- mmm-•m m nm milmmi FE STAiE ATOea We are authors to anct:ree EIOm. A. I. AMAC aas a c ndidaLe Inr reethetion to the offie of State senator from the purthes of Mad; son and East CartL.ambject to the a tbie ef the De.tic party. We are atboqat ed to ,cnounce .u. M. C. WLL .CN as a candi-' ,datetorthe ofice State Senator i nn the 28th corial Ditrier, of the of Macdinon est Carrell sobjef . to the of the tic nyrt:. ARue NORS TES ims R2 a4 Nettie Fousse, f take spent part of - uday.in TalI Mr. Myrtie , pawned t .ough T'Tatah , enS r ab n toD~iehi. Miss Helen C0ltharp is spending week end with her aunt Mrs. Erwin ...

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. — 27 November 1915

ERUNAI . s1rueas aMLT MaW l For Or soy uGrv;C For AU Catarrhal Coedran, For Pema'non of Colds. A ExselletRemedy For The Co¢nuelucnut For That Irregular Appedl; For Wesaened Digeion. E r-lReadyto-Take There's no peace for the would-be peacemaker who butts In. wrese arm wese omedsy V'.,a4segs Sur allostrated Book of the Eye Free. There's nothing like being ready when opportunity knocks. Dr. Pieree's Pleasant Pellets are the eriginal little liver pills put up 40 years ago. They regulate liver and bowela.-Adv. Many a man's future has been spoiled by his wife's social success. THAT GRIM WHITE SPECTRE. Pneumonia, follows on the heels of a neglected cough or cold. Delay no lager. Take Mansfield's Cough Bal a. Price S0c and $1.00.-Adv. The value of a man's advice depends upon the success he achieves by fol lowng It. COVETED BY ALL but possessed by few--a beautitl head at hair. If yors Is streaked with gray, er Is harsh and stiff, you can -' Mtre to its former beauty sad lue ter by ausing "...

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. — 27 November 1915

A Vogue of ~Lh Materials 1. o , is'4 ~~~ I ~g, ~ T ·;:- 9' though one mar Choose almost shape bi progress of the n has giv ence to cert type. Hats red by the Purl model are and smart. Small -crowned with narrow g brims ed naturally in wake of tan, and have develo brilliant millin ,combla brocades or vel in e shape, with fur uarrow outlining the brim and The small turban blossomed in wintry materials velvet and other rich stuffs) Se styles more ed than ever, and 1s the acme at ,h and grace. Trimming *uslns simple, either Sr these (chic ,emall hats or in the ldaer-brimmetd tapes. And it seems that every one strives for novelty In Elther the bower or feather must something sew and strange--and utiful-or tt must be oddly placed. _An example of this Is shown In two views of a drem hat which are given de the photographs reproduced here. This model is made of velvet in one eircular piece, to cover pper brim rod side crown. The Wp arewa is a small scant puff of the lvet, sad th aderbrtm has...

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. — 27 November 1915

ORLO IN OUR OWN AND R COUNTRIES RIEFLY TOLD. ORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN Wee' News Condensations Re viewed Without Comment-All Natione Find homething to Edify and Instruct. Cardinal Mercier, archbishop of Mas lines, Belgium. arrived at Lucerne, Switzerland, on parole. Cardinal Mer cier aroused the ire of the Germans by his pastoral letter of Christmas. 1914. Fire in the Chicago. Burlington - Quincy shipyards at Aurora, Ill., de atroyed a warehouse filled with huge casks of gas, causing a loss estimated at $150,000. According to a message, the kaiser paessed through Sofia. where he vis ited King Ferdinand for two days. After the visit the German emperor left for Constantinople. Mrs. T. T. Taylor and her 10-yenr old daughter were drowned in St. Francis river at Wise Ferry Ar'-, when the skiff in which t' . were seeking to cross the river ~ank. Fire li,- ceilroyed eight stores in the villah-' of Oneida, Ill. 'rhe Standard Oil company of Kan sass has declared a quarterly dividend of $3 a ..a...

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. — 4 December 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. -O- EE BROS., Puba-.her TALLULAH, ADISO MBER 4, 191-8E-IE-- VOL. :IE O. - IIS U SPRINGS TUN K ,o AID ABOUT 100 IN JUq AS RESULT OF RE jSENT TORNADO. Pre TY DAMAGE HEAVY the Storm Was General out the State is Shown the Fact That One Death o~. urred In Fulton County. Hot Springs . show that outside the Hot _s district at least 10 persons killed and between 60 and 75 in- M ese. with the 1, dead and 35 tn near Hot Springs brings the to oi ded up to 30 and the injured 100 or more. It Is feared that ONI totals may be ncreased a be- T atred reports come in. Four or five o the Injured are not epected to {Sthwest Arkansas appears to have N gamered meet it the tornado that sold _lwed Its way aros the stat e tfho C d age ad loss of life were greatest e It Hempetead. Lstayette and Nevada is d easetles. That the storm was gea live a-`l througha the state, however, m T smwn by the t that one death oc. VIl wmed in lPltoa county, on the eZ- * me northern edge of the state. wh ...

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. — 4 December 1915

!_.1 Ii-" 1J " - ll '-r I l I"I '•' i ' " "I I', I H-IE s' O N THIS TALE A MAN H JACK LON IN HIS OWN DON'S SEA EX ITTLE WORLD PERIENCE IS A OARD S SED WITH ALL WAS A LAW THP WO FOF T ..N,- ..TO-HI.,S..F ý_____ --HI RL E N4-,  .j . / . L..J,,-. " o.-., . A C".K : .LO NOONN.-.-.. CHAPTER 1. It -1- hi I scarcely know where to begin, fa though I sometimes facetiously place w the cause of it all to Charley Furu- gI ath's credit. He kept a summer cot- hi tage in Mill Valley. under the shadow ri of Mount Tamalpals, and never occu- w pld it except when he loafed through m the winter months and read Nietzsche to sad Schopenhauer to rest his brain. tI Bad it not been my custom to run up w to see him every Saturday afternoon is ad to stop over till Monday morning. si this particular January Monday morn- T tug would not hve found me afloat at a San Francisco bay. Not but that I was afloat in a safe a eraft, for the Martinez was a new ferry w steamer, making her fourth or fifth t trip on the...

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 December 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal - LEW1SOHN'S GREAT CHRYSANTHEMUM I At the anual ow o t Chnth Socet of America It Cleveland. 0.. was exhibited this immense 7uamthem the iewou largest to the world, being exceeded only by one owned by the emperor of Japan. w aix tachaa greater in diameter. The plant. wbh1h is the property of Adolph Lewsiohn, was grown at . . g e m. . an ' .n i ..e'er. Sat a drawn by ease, ratreatlag down the aasr vafley, is amed the kit W ,g I the enuali esot sace the o Tuid.e isvaiom began. SERBIAN~~~~ ~~~~ ARILR ETETN NMOAAVLE a NARDED AND SEARCHED BY BRITISH 1~ t / i.1 Th is -8 £mwhuma aommu f-3inb web urn belgi sa warest =# - bs sh3 $ tam Ip mu 1msw....t Mine Tmes is a qesu"~ use ails O vbm inasltleal ows or er " titsIv i sod UbW~ ~ ~ b~C~" W~ 3W..D~ k m WmU i w~ m FUNSTON AT CAWP DOUGLAS . a *r. I Urk " 0 VWO~t OP aMM dtiwtltAM@ d M aut ~ad st its!AN MMO NN upa ýA~i/ttmits ieftlr Mwrs maI _! llrr OK a ft ý so ýý "ýAýý .ý _.r iýA'...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 December 1915

. L.- .-.. -.. ...`ý..... ..·Y atr ager " at MlIson Parish, Fifth DDis et Levee'4 pWita * dehool Beard and V14il Tallulabh. bend 1iii-s at Talllh, La., post as second mai a s Wder Act of ;(ongress of A!L b 3. 1879. fa trespndents, which may ar · .r £ columns. 1 allulsh, Madison Farisb, La., Saturday, December 4, 1915. A Candidate for eommrssioner Some time ago we publised a letter written to us Siy Mr. Wnm. L. Philips, Campaign Manager for Mr. R. SK. Boney, candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture end Imigration, which a we stated then, expresses our idea of what one candidate's attitude should be toward his apponents. Since that time we have examined into Mr. Bone's qualifications for the office he seeks, and ve are now prepared to give him our endorsement. SThe office of Commisioner of Agriculture is one of the most important in the State, though it has up to the present tithe conferred no special benifit to the people, because the Commiwsioner is too busy with politics to att...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 December 1915

i ODAKS e Wehave t I In Stock A comple line of Kodaks and Brownie Cameras froat $1.25 to $17.50 Special attention is called to mne New Juniors They're Autographic. Prices $7.60 to $i3.00. SEND S YOUR FILMS TO BEIDV[ELOPED el ing and printing done on the premises I and Price list of printing on request AL iLAH DRUG CO., Ltd. LL : :. : : : LOUISIANA _-_ -_:' -/ - Robert Ernst Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, "'Cut Glass, Toilet and Manic, Lre 3ets, Gold a .and Silver Head Uubrellas, and everything I -' the Jewelry Line. ,.AIL ORDERS PROMP LY ATTEN, ED o ', Robert Ernst, Jeweler " Vicksburg, Mississp -i a iw --codj Maer so n a d8; both and in Ab c dad th aby osd tsions rohibi (irs thbLan s ta sLa tas. advca.hWio i** the high- whh mcoirr med te btae wing io. in ad edt de &dirsodd the a at at h hc a his liue. bude their e kat Inn io To. k lbas day 7e prh aze dadiy zeqwrtad madnin .o prole madns&ari hiest p" hed mbrew h.s. thewir chif bnrthe and.u kw .il1l BUD5WEISE. k .o...

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. — 4 December 1915

£4 Madimtm 1shrtb Jebouload mm V9llage of Tailmib. astered Jan. 1U '908 t Taut ali La.. post olee as scond elms smi matter Wnr Act 1f Coen0f MYarb 1. &9. The Joareal is mot rrpnsalLt l , for the boews and ouslions rta'al,. ulami.'.sie. ta, La., atry. December , 1916 m -wc -p --"sI The Chi I olidays ae fast appro aching, sand two nmore weeks the day will be upon us. ' The weatheri the, past several days has been '"ery good, a nd it is hoped that it will conti-me so04nt!. aft er the holidays. Present A lit ons of the campaign point to the f.c t t hat Hon. Tom Barrett would make a st .or g anti-prohibition can didate four years he nce. At a .mletin4 rfthe Louisiana State Boare of MeYisal E gamines in New Orleans S c2, .8, 28nd 4, thirtyeight physicians wee granted cer tif aes to practice medi ci in the.State . Why won't o me one o tell us how the nexteg ature vi l stand on prohibition? It mut beasy t ) fgure out the situation. The iasue must I ta ve already been settled, and ther...

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 December 1915

Aomn AUJIORAPHIC KODAKS Wehavethem InStock A complete line of Kodaks and Brownie 1 Cameras from $1.25 to $17.50 Special attention is called to thne New 7: Juniors--TJiWre Autographkic. Prices $7.50 to at $13.00. SEND US YOUR FILMS TO BEflDV[LOP[D T Developing and printing done on the premises h Catalog and Price list of pnnting on request, TALLULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. TAL : : : . : : :LOISIANA Robert Ernst Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Toilet and Manicure Sets, Gold and Silver Head Uubrellas, and everything in the Jewelry Line. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED to Robert Ernst, Jeweler Vicksburg, Mississippi ***ee fldý3lEL WIlst!ESt .myw of ud4nuln butakymak bersat .. --- -- atm.. C-- wh s - tam..tsd.. an ui my uAy. brader ata swe -a e d ar Nelmt b r T d sas a e l Ar Iha~&sed Rm& ,5 r., Ia theird theft 4 Gka, nd*bi~ah umd gcu d .ie Dralict, perw thr- hr .ad1 nd are- lc km hemad MiJ.D a- ebasarr muib the Ja.uU*'s Ic. .. Co.mlaun ram nk 3- I~-I--1 Iti K' ·e-b - f ~...

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. — 4 December 1915

TIrsay ku1b - arha Tliirreand Crj~ivaii. J"ýt apeam ,I& WITH THE FLOWERS nr L VAN ESNTHUYSEN. Im't be om amxious to sow boewr n ftr asst su me' rowth util p Ihue stmiled wtat yu wamnt to . yoer -awme sad how yes are :t'tn ate beat rMeeaM. wse smlat. harls a lower I st Sommem to t that you S e Iwm se o the old lowers. Ofteatime a ow ; es ueswl r nassoA Meader of her psIande fr ys. tan iNIe. eý the .wes varietes. -a ysithig of gwesausas and aItmegs of vereess sM-a wE maa to sheet ae days aer that tw n inlest. sr beas, mnalow ami are beat wor hm M a mtier of meek m. h Baas aer ser wtte a maale mmeet a eoM em It kr whsmL .r then tl S uWM W ve>r.. w m agtlhs t -m use o lhe. eaer Mid aof t be Mteeb awer. ar it is mer ema nea u blnmd -st u ams ao . a.. be a am esme en fai es 4 tos a l ah sed. sad ,at b. ramn rst a fr a tow eers *r* tei em to wsternthme Is to a* -g of Iem twen be S-e tetsed  o at. spega to sebs asv thin md well a.aSJa5 put thmn whe r s to wer after esek in d w ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 December 1915

am1 Ausi hra s sand tu-I 1.l7 OGerams aid s Turks tS French army. ery sr 's pride, beautiful, dear clothes. uL' Red Cross mduu Blus. ooers. Adv. Talkh That Pas in the Night. "How can I keep my wife's interest besed up?" "Talk in your sleep." o er ay UsJars l r Tired Mre make as look older than we ame. Keep your " yog ad you will look young. After o Moires always Marine wur Lem Ds's inel your age. Class in Current Events. Teacher-What did General Sher man say about war' Pupil-Pa says times is-.Judge. PROMPT RELIEF an be found in cases of Colds. Coughs, LaGrippe and Headaches by using Laxative Quinidine Tablets. Does not aRect the head or stomach. Buy your winter's supply now. Price 25c.-Adv. Good Selection. "They've made that old card player a war news censor." "Good. He'll pass anything." Am  iovd Qui , Does not Cause Nemsness nor Ringing in Head inappyeo.mnatiffl of lazatite' In LAX A4 TIVEC , UKO Qo UI S .NI . m a r esih u  - - ue "i this fr m bre a far better etflct than the e...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 December 1915

fhsr Pro am WUIIE AMW 'S oder U_ Vie:u" uwv . NatI% -t Amr ern ClU..*. 6W. .a. .IMF as~ mr Maurur lwW#·~ sow mm- -Sam iGa ii.. newt rrY 'b air wsa 'M a0. so sumLI · · ,i r rrr,W·us ir Sm mWer at a 1ml d asWo --tn-~ -I u-rn.L~ am.~ rn m - we. -we bhe ·bS LSwe~. shhe e eat their we» hr lsneaaeme oMe wi o i a im* m al ae be pat Isi nohe oh he ii  - r as swe- lhe? M t I !os ore Ownr iswL tea et e besm by hputas a eaM ide IsOil eel p·rnwlu he --b: It is w ah Ib s to ase that the piss of tApartmaet of war fir mete adetquae n ýo desfiae was ge ee aed which w w e ke batore ryou, sed whid I - 176 M m acm aa  put uate 01 feat as me as they ea be property earr - atideae am  lm They r ese to ma the sMeati dat setep sad they seem to a r th emrswet sncseLt They Oe* mpasto as iacrrsse of the esanding Stew at the egular etmy from be pr- at smth ofr am eumrs sad i.m ealaeed mmr t aM services to a stresgth at US soere sad D.1 ea tied ma e or E. alI toMw all serv com aiuale l o oeat artll er...

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. — 18 December 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, I)ECEMBERI 18, 1915 NEW 8ERIES--VOI. 4 NO. " mImI 11 H 1 M I r o 1 1 H 1I gg g I ng nn U ag g ag g g a g gI II I D1 1 g a a gg a · II 1I LAKE LAD SUIT WITHDRAWN EEMENT MADE BY SHREVE WITH DRILLERS FOR USE OF RESERVOIR SITL 1 >t ACRES ARE INVOLVED I rehasse of the Land Mineral t Were Reversd-Gov. Hall Leased Mineral Rights t t Shreveport.-- t Thresu as agreement reached be- ' twn. the dity sad J. W. Atkins, the i ly has withdrawn the appeal to b he Cura.e Court in the suit against I J. M. Melmaermy which involves 11,000 ( ras of Cress lake land which the a ea7 had Ipreuased from the state for I we a wais reservoir. I the pr- t . 1 at the lad from the state, the aWn reperved the mineral rights to the treat. Goveror Hail later leased r thh glra rigl to Mclnerny, who t a tar seased to J. W. Atkins. The d sma emps ,t rsad rovMles that the c .1e7 dmirntI s Its appeal and will p arM the *driW...

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 December 1915

I THIS T'ALE A JACK LON SDON'S SEA EX PERIENCE IS ED WITH ALL TH W OF * -V SYNOPSIS. -3 Humphrey Van Weyden, critic and dilet tante. is thrown into the water by the sinking of a ferryboat In a fog in San Francisco bay, and becomes unconscious before help reaches him. On coming to his senses he finds himself aboard ie seating schooner Ghost. Captain Wolf Larsen, bound to Japan waters, witnesses the death of the. first mate and hears the eaptaia curse the dead man for presuming to die at the beginning of the voyage. The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore enrod makes him cabin boy "'for the good of his souL" CHAPTER IIl-Continued. When I turned around, a moment later, I saw the cabin-boy staggering to his feet. His face was ghastly white, twitching with suppressed pain. He looked very sick. "Well Leach, are you going for 'ard' Wolf Larsen asked. "Yes, sir," came the answer of a spirit eowed. "And your" I was asked. "'ll give you a thousand-" I be sa, but was interrupted. "Stow tha...

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. — 18 December 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal As advaIee guard of the Germane tn the Champane making lts way through a village which had been under Inaasaat sheatag by th. German guns. These Ien, moving tn the ;an of the German army, warn the oncomlng ps of iay pfttalia which the semy may Iave set. TAKING ALSACE INTO FRANCE ONCE MORE ~ !_ /................ Thib auwg s hgb h, takes mtestly lebg the Dtemeb-Alatiea bonrder, shows a sumber of Alastisa *liene Msin W r a Vme Stouer use ramee. there to be saught the freach lhangage gad customs. NEFW MC~luNOP OF CHICAGO x' R ~L mmulr,~ I~hm u--- INS. t tl us . ~ uK Mins * ar~ FOR SOUSs IN oL CrSKts - i. PAUL FULLER HAS NEW JOB Paul llDkr, who at ee tim was s.eel reestative t the Unitte statm Is Menes` has been selucted by the Pneh trde comlaume ra as thet rlal raprmetatie as ther our et the Unfed states. ---------- ------------- AM"Is is Mer Lies. eoroge M. Cohen essgaged a 7yeousg woma for me of his uroductlemo whees ...

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. — 18 December 1915

Joun 1. brvery Saturday morning. ?. Spenceir... ... .. ..... ....-... ..... Editor :W. L. Rountree .... .........._..........._- Manager OSdal Joprnal of Myaison Parish, Fifth District Levee Vo rd, Madison Pprisl chool Board and Viilage of Tallulah. Ontered Jan. 10 1'M3 at Tal:ulah, La., pest ofice as second elss mail mitter under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. 'he Journal is not rt.-..>nsible for the views end opinions of corresiondenta, which may a.ipear ; i ta coIumnsR tallalah, Madison I arish, La., Satuirday, Dc^i.bcr 18, 1915. Ac~ldently RliLIht Prominent on the list of cure-alls sug gested by Hon. Jno. M. Parker to remedy the evils with which he claims Louisiana is now afflicted is the plan to abolish the pri mary election law. The idea to abolish the primary election system is so rational a departure, when ad vanced by Mr. Parker as to attract more than usual attention. It is almost superfluous to note that, while the proposed measure ccntains merit, ho such fact influ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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