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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 December 1915

S I It Isa't am Eastman It i 't a f'odak IJIOI.. APOi.. 0 RODAKS We have them In Stock A complete line of Kodaks and Brownie Cameras from $1.25 to $17.50 Special attention is called to mne New Juniors-They're Autographic. Prices $7.50 to $13.00. SEND US YOUR filMS TO B[,DV[ELOP[D veloping and printing done on the premises talog and Price list of printing on reque.st - TALLULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. TALLULAN : : : . : : : LOU!SIA !AA . "r0sa. w ?as coisurJ s w Tas U.S.A. 'a Ir Mo~ - "Father of the Peziy" o all the framers of the ge!s. He led society, and his Cag dof the United hospitaity was famus. Al his i: , ~ we e movre m adept at con he drank the creaiv e brews cf malt . * W t Ibfaauhip than the and hops, and who wil dare say 'herkaekauth bscan deal sys' that it weakened his will power or d d gia r tr of the copper detaced from his succcs, rhis £2c., .tf h ageand a r~ngea his gloy and his might? It was~ Co anuiafti a frirly be. the t ees st Conft ituC n of ta W the brlliant and doqgt...

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. — 18 December 1915

------r- -- U IE my LOUISE OUVEUL no little waiting room. with its o sterve alow, was ratelly waVrm. But the oilcloth-overed counter was gimless of food and the ticket ok** minuas a occupant. Marlte waited for someone to come meanwhile watching the clock anx boush. Precious minutes were pae lag and still no one came to serve her. She was turning toward the door when the stranger lifted his hat "I beg your pardon, but as the agent doesn't seem to be around Just now. perhaps you will permit me to hunt up a lunch for you. He may have something hidden under the counter." Marian turned to the door again. "Thank you, but as the train will leave in a minute I am afraid I must go. Good evening." He hurried to the door and held It open for her. The storm bhad increased in violence, almost carrying Marian of her feet. Fine sleet cut into their laces. He took her arm and together they fought their way across the plat torm through the storm. Then they Mtopped suddenly, aghast The track wos empt...

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 December 1915

; "C' anrd C'~~~ -. 1P ir .,:.. p·~: S:·: ,-~ / i::·c 4 -·;· -:·"I ~ *·-· · ,~Xt~~se-f r;. :i-4'. L,:.::1. · ~ : A t mpFnmad ant n hayCatr - * eep Frsm and Pal UAKE OF HOUSE PLANT i ULMA ROSE. T yoa knew the needs of th di best pleats, yes ea mix the props -e prs-l for pottin your boss -sis. Take -Oe old blMsra t san pile it up ustll It ro ta. ye wII hayve a ideal Iorm of vegetahe matter for the pria mpl ..- ear al kuands o~f el r P- e -p There are thrs Mass of Peutteg sell as bettewe: i grs. s sad the ordinary . isues bMeom plants-Thre ers loam ross the retted soa. em -nt welmroed nw mors and -- psr amk f the sen is heavy. FM to b moes msat e i.e Phat-Two pare leam. eme Part tee  empse, and tmssit part sm-d Ss Is t eavy. ri pala or rsmee-Two port. ele a, s part, weB rebtte a4 r . to a theM ta tiase t L te bar test to e a .ial wabter: who k igae thesre toe meek water; u lot t$ e plante a Mtli e~ d . but now water wham isnets 4 :S b r asg r It assn th a e t athlsl ~ a r W t 2.. lb...

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 December 1915

41 IIIII I HU Christmas season brings to mind the many Christmas days gone by, with their four great features-tar key, cranberry sauce, plva podding and mince pie. It was a good old English coue ter, not to be rejected by the Aameriea coliilsts, although Wmodi caeatll s were necessar to suit the religion ad conditions of lving In the colonies the Christ-sirit being ubstitated for the pagan yuletiset the ameno "boatrs ead" was emitted, sa the Christmas pi 'beas hnwn as mince pie. However, many old vmeesY were kept, includinga the mistletoe W belly, sad Christmas was a day for family g e'rlgs, with a feast prepared by the women l, the hes it is quite peolbis that we would not like thr samrnip eday. They used a variety of lses wises ead seasoneags in even their pla. ea dlhes; bt as everything was prepared in th bes, either aeer the mpervides of the -Ues er by her Lrwn hads the, msmitres were SOeNlsy wast tned to aseesunt the sea s with a view to ens usew, so in this way paeins for as h...

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. — 25 December 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. OR• BO, TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 19158 NE ERIE--VOI. 4 NO. .liN  ]NlgR ==@r,8.,l~hbl/M rs m m murn . .... ....~ .IU~BR ,,BO ,,.lkr ·,, .,, I =_ ,. ., , ,.m,= :, , ,, ,,,,,, E. sIuEMONY SPOKEN AT BRIDE'S HOME IN PRESENCE OF LESS THAN THIRTY GUESTS. _mSNIIISIBEEIWITH Whss Their Heasomea was as s Wm .3 -- i v t "ou gr ei-l-" rt weel apa . ea sees an met e I 'he er -ris a H1M : L m- -es tean. -- s Ie ar ahe au l ;-A- e r N ew vrW tars '~mIwu Iuw& 1IhLi - M ~ W v~l S,~ ý y1.i 1ý 3( s f 7 .1 - - I wrr e .m inmass ks-. ..EM asa wile.M aw .t r - l- s w"ý Ww , , . mi -.a. a~ rf - a lr ~ re. .. -ww W spend ---- I Md. TIMO, EsM -am µsbt.W. M +M. I"S Mol a. 1 1 --" rL SWISSm ýMl~t -lti aM - Iwa :kr r tP.O bI rg's pastor, ti rev. Jame H. Taylor at the Cental Presbteran -nrchl Ers. wi sam H. Bulling, the bride's mother, gave her away. The press- I dent stood to the risht of the clergy- I men and the bride stood oa the left I At once ...

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. — 25 December 1915

tI HE STORY O t TI MAN WH IN HIS OWN ITTLE WORLD A OARD S WAS A LAW OA7'1~r CKL~d~0/ý ~ ' i·i%`" .ý SYNOPSIS. -4 Humphrey Van Weyden. critle and dllet tate. tn thrown Into the water by the taka of a terryboat in a fog In San rata by, and becomes unconscious before help reaches him. t)n coming to blhe sea he finds himself aboard the as schooner Ghost. Captain Wolf bound to Japan waters witnesses the dath of the first mate and hears the captasn curse the dead man for presuming to die at the beginaning of the voyage. The captain refuses to put Humphrey ashore and makes him cabin boy " r the good I his aoul." Humphrey sees te body of the mate duamed lnto the sea. He begins to learn potato peeling and dish washing Uader the cockney cook. MurdMe. Is aught by a heavy ea shipped over the Sae r he It carrytn tea at and his Is seriously hurt. but no one pays auy attestoe to bs Injury. CHAPTER V-Cttlnwed. After breakfat I had another us emvlable espereace. When I had S led washlan the dishes I...

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. — 25 December 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the camera for Readers of The Journal S'EAIISG IH iEWBOIS OF COn[,,71 Th ,e , takes at the opeitag -ale1M t Lhe Slty-hurth eonree. eoa Speaktr Clark sweus I e mew  emembrs who are satamielor hia. Ae tho, who attract~d popular atteult wre aneimseve cel Ut Mimsseota, the ol ind emrb o t kwer home; Moyer Lnadm o New York, t s beMall ier, and Cepresmtntt e Marti othediaa a Progreurv. BELGIAN COMMISSION HERE FOR WAR LOAN - te nmbble ipeir-ne who oaos -a Mow Trk - the ether asn t tohe o emhip Arhhit wo - t SWeigansueme sel ever he age a hes Sr Ek Alb es see'tr. I thie phesptraph bIS .nlgt are: ieba WahlLr Therm, &,bl Va de Vyers, the Bel~ g nlat-e t d Ims; Mie CU, B W.tl lh, hr a smber· · meothne a lmrie b the erime h GOrem: res ~at de oSelg 3 a tuber h Chhim in Chwevear Mumos Certas de Wirt. lr at se hor B9I Y FO-. .D'S PEACE SHIP OSCAe~ R II user Oneer a. eas e Ib mm 7" ' csrry x rf  almiI - A 'se us summet - m . , . -- .l' 24 CAPTAIN OF THE ZEAL...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 December 1915

.. - ...........Editor . .... --. ..Manager rnra d MaIlaon Parish, Fifth District Levee  'Mssuo ,Pib chool Board and Village of Tallulrh. Jan..O 19M at Talklab. La., post office as sAcch.d ,Mi master unser rAct ofC'ngr.s- of Marda 3. 16;3. Journal Is nt repn.sible for the views and opinions eeresp.dents, which may appear it; is columns. ah, Madison arish, La., Saturday, Dlcember z5, 1915 ;- ·- v,, - ............................. Geabrrg, rrt~f r) fir, Roosevelt's candidacy for the ie will recieve something of a set at the hands of the large army of men were severed from their jobs as a result . Roosevelt's political vagaries. ,The Journal has been requested by the Improvement League to thank all -so generously contributed toward the of their entertainment and bazaar Dec. 17. dispute with Austria reminds one days 'gone by. When the effort to a fight between two boys had In failure, and when the ceremonies e~: cl ded with the remark that ore i l"eeed " and " the other was glad of t...

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. — 25 December 1915

't a A'edak aRAPHIC h ave them Stock A, complete line of Kodaks and Brownie ameras from $1.25 to $17.50 8. Special attention is called to the New iorn-Thiey're Autographic. Prices $7.50 to 800. U PYOUR FILMS TO B[,DEVELOP[D lt> oping and printing done on the premises and Price list of printing on request iULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. : : : . : LOUISIANA 64V3*Md a V" and .a y .malt aws. I the is to say that he toasied the _ m d.wde ew=da icn Rnwiz every gr.ea n. pLeaLord Eurof pe and Americ. E nline at t c,adeted his wokm in bmuding phs a p Caaitution iLn rc test service to Ii iatodalce cr- United States Anheuser-Busch 18 ad msaney dviqg n iq a urtkd thirt gi "(* IRevoltitah oLfe hatmnea Tsn. wherever shdal4w kyPican go Wtoara bud, t ee and e the -u. kthh thll s.wt· "e~eer~~r,. ýr rtjr3dý ý it seetltif.:4& Ia.Lý,._ +1·· ., t b im o quaft Ski to $40. Its Trespass Notice All parties are hereby warned that r--,, siqr in any manneon lA lant Grom and Shirle pela a i . Madison iarish, Lo...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 December 1915

iM Juernal of Man ison P my SManis im Ppiiw* 3cboo! Jan. 10 19* .t Ta1lh, lb IV mail moeter unmir Act of Car a Journal is not repo' sible fori arrssp6dents, which m.y ap T Madison tasb, La., Saturday, of . - ord pei ad their ral sany- fal tel Mr. Roosevelt's candi pans. will recieve sornd, oi H at the hand~ of the lau other It Is wui e severed from ts a tombstone re SRo evelt's pci h as something to co Si she's going to get when she a n aflord It. To make persevernee a paying pi thing one must Arst be sure be is In W th right way. Some talks pride themselves n tei e a ltwhen an they possess s a pcik lt eriag of the heart. Many a "dull" chld brightens up p w.. derfably when his eyes or adeods hi are properly taken care e The footndlmUouth disease bs again b.· treaking out amo the one ek rs. and oe quarantine tin sight. And It someiless happens that a sI S ewly made widower feels like a au se has just escaped from prisom a There s monoplly a wisdom. l al M p meow a# d tha the carealt...

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. — 25 December 1915

Their amdC uftivaicr . ' K V A k~ o 'Mu. ThM Mais M St the UlvING ROOM. W DMM FLOWER POTS Su IDA M. SNEPLER. hsles we knew pre creap. J s eque agesem, ml .aer e th eme bee 1te'net he d isarded Mp d or as on rti beRmd. or eve If thsme are met had. fur pleem eo aaaru pime m `: atha yoe aes mall a leas O weft a god .tand .a wiles yaw wbeiw pimt is ther 1- as .smew hbm hait tell o met* see pi thims ad. which ma amar tirm the pets' aW ianpot belew sad smisls t mes hate tahe uaet rsow ab beuM h be patetal a at te teas peabted spm dam is lasttes Woe .tripes 1 agtls et measurries setL m I hemetr) aI~s Rise e graa 1 M "s ms b ethreb am aem 1a omem a he Ou t an elr s '-C' I~~k mein i~ thel ae peats, as aem s m e m *MWE mis e slee"s sem get 4 VO tes 0101 lans Maaos daiw 1ers aver bm as b away MembeetIr 1 lei i , air a sesala s I achmeest whim.. I1 inrteites hmem plat. Is per As l ka tw or ife' I .[s s as alL ogne la naW aemem none binap f pes ar thrla e bet i isbe ern au.m..at -a ; "A " s~ ir....

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. — 25 December 1915

.S U T iAWT AgmNETY f ANOL GENERnAL VILLA " HI S morTar nIPOLIvour. SIAVY LOSSES SUFFERED Aswe lne @ Otla"s Nerthern Mexis lteret Nave SMwuered a Ls of PagamS Due to Confea tie and Theft -The Carransa govern In contror of the former of Chihuahua and the or of the Villa government. 4,00 troops, the cities of sad Chihuahua and all border will accept the rule of Car. As agreemet was signed by the VIIs Seeras. Robert Times, Manual eia, ImLemat t Colonel Flavusino Palsn and Colosne Eduardo Andalon and Andnre a arch, the Carranns eemtl. The agreement grnts manes ty to all bt General Viua and his brother, Hipoto. They porte the result of their Aoerime: to Oeiral villa at Cla ams caty. IMs ther had reetlved so reply . f Geerale Villa ad 4d that sie wnol- " their ad Vi WLa , W, r 1S rea left. His r 4tsa o , are .nalb.g It is not ijepable that Vlla ma hbe proper sOtt to aethe Se asgalst his fe` no isrnoder of the Via oreasi mlatiselMdes about 4,O armed uam aiea toI per east of the rolling } ...

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. — 1 January 1916

ht by the Camera eJournal READY TO BLOW UP SHIFS AND FACTORIES .+.. "r . S phto1r4,li.t takn at poli luatela, rrs in \.ew ork.. ~how$ tie collrtin of e,,4 l foundl in an ai .atl lnt nn itii V ' ightI itre et whore plotters were miaking bombs fur sl. .  ing t lanuntin. itarrIvn v'ssl,'t. s ianl n|nitions "fa tories.4 DESTRUCTION OF HOPEWELL, MUNITIONS BOOM TOWN These photoSphs ' i . Japan. Above is. thrt Below are the ol4t Inli invited in order at tt. i- more than eighty7M .ojiewell, Va., where the Du Pont Powder company nas one of its many plants where ammunition for the war ri g nations is being manufactured, was destroyed by a ftire which was caused by the accidental overturning of a lap1p. Twenty-five thousand were left homeless when the collection of flimsy wooden buildings in which they were .' housed went up in the monster bonfire While the ruins were still smoldering plans were made to rebuild. BIGGEST GUN OF ITS CLASS IN THE WORLD 'a...: is photo e in the epoch of the che...

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. — 1 January 1916

.1. r · ~t 1~1 II '. Oi Lil stay1 ou : h h S'i12Q I . m;p'\ er v · * * r~. pit llcnr P ~oi~'~e tc "P. th'~r ........... 1er~'2? The g: LL - tha ih 1e1 t01]L~~~l camagl. i members f the le ii't7" uberbato1· cad * Mke? e A. :1 t )t' LU YC.7L'.' rK L -t t.,º O 'hO hVnaled at one i of the ,,,.,' or ,:-,,-en to U_- VCC'II:,ý1j ia, (- l tý .l .. .""."_ý_. it-ýý ._ ._ f, . L .' I· I . L '.- . I LA . . ".I ,:U·: t 71 " " r );/n/.:it ; u:22`'i' o t ' LI ;_i ~"!V'. O :VI '.'1nC aýýCi: 1(: t') -,t e ynr ' t heer'. to rec j -,of'' (; Cý 1 ' ' wct.`i7.:' .." ' . "' 10 1 rT." v I ;., lt, t 1~ l ` .:1 ' 1-- e .: " " " " " " " " "" """" ' ,. r ~ I E . '1 .) wr! l A s i ' C.,! . 1,.. . . . . . . ( i~1"1 tn'h Irit e . f$: yei 'rt1 j 'i "'& -I'" U' z'ii. (L;: ''n "' 'X ))·a' L .A' Of.UK 0 - ¾'* - 'C ' rc iW K·~'~~?I -, j '~: {'" C j 1 '' ' C'ic1 I i'."1i E'C' '; ~ I" ' I 'i Ii "- - i LW'~ih~ ''tC thelc&iC'e1 2;1 ''1"lf - p o tnbtlt we '' Jtt5' '"-a· L' 1 1?:'.· .·: 5 1';~ n1'c'' ; '',j.j.· (l'...

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. — 1 January 1916

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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. — 1 January 1916

S rs and Shrrb fheir Care and Cultivation The Largest Chrysanthemum in the World. THE CHRYSANTHEMUM '' No flower canll Ist -t Ir a :: ;r 'lrtto cratic a:ceestry thaiil th,' t( !r:y -l l. Iluml . 'h-er- is r, nl slln for it - h,. li1i demeanor and ottl n t 'ia h t , t l .r ~ s tsioi. For the gao ln :, I;,n y4 1l', beauty is able to tra', its lit,.aLO, I;atk to the royal gard, ns of s ,'m lt r. tt.l1.1n mikado, who adtmired its for.: ,thl'r' many centuries ago. The origin of thi flower as theli. pt of royalty Is lost in the l .ar'y twilight of eastern history; it was probably cultivated in the early days of (',nfu clus, and has certainly bei-ent treasured in the Orient from time inlilrneorial The emblem and crest of the muikado of Japan are the leaf and flower of the chrysanthemum. The first appearance of the ilower In Europe was probably in 1764, when specimens found their way to the be tanical gardens in old C'helsea. Eng land. These were only small yellow things and did not arou...

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. — 1 January 1916

sound doline more e 6t ! ever. 0 º brush Sthe L made '.' haste of th Widso F meet lie -L | t ,,Ut o . G. Chapman) wcars d read in song book thet t there are anmiials dayI ,p erately W;t'le. oe:i solitary spot I tf lii die peacefully. "Thii Td * Ie gloomly icike' hl,(' ' OUtfit. preparatory I:attl for the wilderns ri a grievously w ud ,, r it was true. Io. striving for setemd brly I of his life and he le two up the .truggl". an li god: The yotng laly d th deserat. ,y in o~t l assured I ,,*r.lY I< ro ki was abolut 1( nas ~ was aI her w,.ldlingt trcm lnrent unutterahlI ''idr' mae town where she Y guarded from his then dow torture now to In eoes of wedidin. of tl pal forth the joy of draw Sisery--his doom! She* I 0lt of purse proud. sent' If Leila Itrilges 'It -s to engage herself Fe would have stood tiloe itained his rightE. ; 't. ey to eye had spo-) "I 4votion, no definite Leil between them. Iing Eied admittance to hid Lel was whisked "F @t social gayety in in s tiny note. evid...

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. — 1 January 1916

The ne IE 6 or THE L Ithe Ancc Sbe expec FROM'aI[ I Jll ton lowed hi HAPPENINGS IN OUR OWN AND nhe I Ull to I BRIEFLY TOLD. buti-e o The b ,IORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN sa sta that se )p0lled1 a Week's News Condensations Re. y st viewed Without Comment-All Nations Find Something to Tihe Edify and Instruct. cidl , There are more than "'."', "liir i Stocu priests in thb French arliy. irnC '* * * 'or:,pora Work has progreý-sd so raildly on a,,-. , the removal of the Gaillard slide th:lt I ".r, i, the Panama canal is nolw open for ~, i . 1 tugs and dredges of light draft. * * * Mrs. Minerva Menlhy. ,, ..' rs " ,l. i. wife of a farmer near JoTplin. M1,.. per- Initt,''. ished in a fire which de.-try, d( her fI r the home. ,: th, Mayor James G. Woodrltf of .\' lanta, Ga.. vetoed a resottil, n 'iiased a I . i by the city council ordering a re i.all ,, lI election Jan. 5, affectin;r the mayor t,) .\n and four members o' the p lice tor'- li (G mission. I hile. * * * I. i, Worthy Tooley) of Ath...

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