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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 February 1916

V THE MADISON JOURNAL. REI; H1 )JS., I'uIIIiS1i4'I¶ TIILI LI.I. I )IM, J'~ll ISE I\I' I .11 IAUJSII.I \.1 ViI IfIº1', I'IIi;I 1!, I : 191hE Ni;~l ýI:NO. t' APPROVAL SESSION HELD BY gR PREVENTION ~oCIATION. CE ENDORSED Company of New i Donate Suffac ent a prevent Growth M O Year. New Or! ,aras - teeting of tlhe dirt - . a State la -l.',.ý, r "klon was hlild at of Commer,' Thij I' dthecommnislsi o ( U'Nl at ordinanlce intro mgioner Lafay',. re f Spiriate lots. sle- I Ia perated thrugh a t aidorsed heartily. andr -I expressed that i!s f 5o would be followed j.0e@ of ha'-f,.r ir: t I etelved from the At Company of Now w dIcient weed-killintc aiastrate that one ap be sufficient to pr- I d weeds on roads for -Mw were read from 4 "3sw York State Rail- a Railroad C'ompany. ( Mg Des Moines and c - Company. endors Sthis chemical. It S"teer this matter to Iaye., and the super -rvrlious railways and is New Orleans, as t lylg with taie terms i pised anti-weed ordi- t was received law, calling at...

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. — 12 February 1916

.<s ---- N THIS TAsLE Ti I HE STORYOi JACK LON- i: ' "A MAN WHO DONS SEA EX- \IN HIS OWN/I i PERIENCE IS ITTLE VORLD 'USED WITH ALL ABOARID 'SHIP THE POWE-OI=' \V A SV A LA \V .-HIS-VIRILE N - . UNTO- iHIMSELF __ o LONDON -. L : _ SYNOPSIS. ii1 , . . - ' . . . CHAPTER XIV-Continued. I I I. e- ch : ." d t h.:." thet I. b V , vi' e tints wo li d -I el. an eppI tit'Ytv ti escape I t!i" llng fir wat' r aar' herr " t t but Wolf lrsei n hi s, le, t. It h. s spl well. The (;host lay half h e-.ot th . t surf line of a roely hea,'h. Herr t dreouched a , elp gorge. with pre.,iii V tous. vil -ateie- walls which no time n tV could sale .nd here. under his di t reel sMiilervi-ion for ier wt ashorle himself - Leach and Johnson Ifillee the small casks and rolled thi m cnl twi to t the bea-h They hail io chance to I make a break for liberty in one of the t boats. Late that aft er I n we hove u an f chor and guot away,. Nothing was hle' fore us ebut tl I three or four mionths t hulnting cnr 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. — 12 February 1916

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal Off( WOMEN ADOPT ROPE SKIPPING FOR HEALTH C, 1;"ýkB 1 1 i i iý" 43~i ý C Jr r'i 22 a heal":..I" . Ai nlýth!'Ilý nl".w- ,: '1 hl .Y. LAlL' is .i i` ..I" t 4Low1". yýUe hotei 1 i; r." : L Ukiaýi Nw Yor ff( h r.r.~r r~ r. Lv go pa ýh shows a r,),, c{k lz a s1 ou th.! rut f :1 Lt.li T. it K f. :1 ~ay tL _ X o !.,~ - --- - - - -- ----- - -- -- -- - - - - -- - ----- IAilARD BOYS ENROLL FOR MILITARY TRAINING I~g fahllen In line with other univ.irsitits alt coi, . s l,,:ih .av al t a oirA, Ir" :: i ' ak of getting the students into solierlvy coniition is ralidly going on. It is promioisI that when th ' uated they will be in: a position, wherv.r e.r the day shold ,omi that th.'y may v h1 all, d to tak,' "ronlmtry, to act as officers in the army. The photorap:bh sh, hos somnn,, of t,'' ilarv'ar stid,,nts -ug' liaed up ready for drilling. Some of them are in the uniformti which will be worn by all of th . F SERB ARMY Pmkdh. ...

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. — 12 February 1916

, r*' ''r, . -, . - It we':'4 h a P'hillipp!itne r., 1 i! nation a.a;Lg aa 4 ,t Withi gallon tht-, is ju-t a; (x '01.1 i.i).1 t ' i t m an w.` 'i ' dt 1 ft e.. - ' f in his ' t ' ith .i '" ' at o Iek i I t w . A ..:. 'i. t ' I" 1 ...If , l c: ! nation aB 'O ,..t '.1 ', .' 1' . .i to I stie ena r. nIt c n and ._____ oall li . that VO" t,', ..ý', " , !:.. ' i .ila i -" :i L. ('ii- ; (.xt.":JA on&:-" I?:'.". \L ' I:, . I ' : tt;.c , i" v, , .'i'- ' ii ti'ý C (,nvUIti('! . Iie fi0,a Iil:,t he W" '" ":t seems t', hinc. i i; ' . i el . I ii " t i L ll The ew ii'il Mrt I't! hloun w n (Ntfl II 1'*1 IiOihr Z tI i Hshort b;allot " scLen e \w:ith his. " dow.vn t Se)"t nean: -1a, i ' ore bo ssil tha t, t ', whiat does it iea s, " tl ' in the loss 0,, .i ... J-ln Mi. Ic.l,'-. 1-1 j 1e tf a h party an. i ' -' " ' l t he ' pendent '(r T} ' ;f : I.- a.',e,, h l.e : excused bct u:ha i he rie 1i r.+ a cai:::liai c foi ci office. "i To t he ar,. jl;) ::I" " L _.' t ' !. I :cc .' d' i ma.king ti...

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. — 12 February 1916

a. -1 ill ,')Ioil A~rý Cc!mP'< Q&I\(L , cw [irowinie eras fie i' 1 ý;V.50 Spcil : t_ gn; iorS P; t .00. 'eloping r.:, i :: cº212 Oi , : i g au II SdrrlJi A ::*L' 6 Z; f t a 1*51 4'AflCP4 JI& *'ra JOMIT PRES:D!NT if Uaiird Status cc:,::`. a :c~ hma~to~ ~l·cr: :: 4tk Constitut:y' t,¾-: to tbe7f c 'o ., pruik~m~ -. ? N They vola. IY: H&it J~a'. WI ') National Ia the., . l kna ýric foresr c,;; it e Lbc -ty. i·-,r au gpnal and sD i I - yct Many a foa! l; , ,! . ,o -malt beer'-. kiti;i v.1 cdthomai Jic: -o'i - d5t:h DecLirr,:on ci br, c ý.'&IEu~rn- ANIrLSbkR-BUSLLu-5'r. '_O~L `.~A. ' 0~i Johnso0 :e & Cold S .cra-o u 2 * 2 : u a 't DtstL .tr il C:.ar LA L tzr? ~i~~ ~ riti:~~ c 4 ~r ··~ .-w<uv" ..~. - -. .. ... .,.. r u:..re-rmw.ýr.r r mrrr srý WANKD -O 53WiJ V Wr~i·E f C ~· ~j 1-- r_~iIU.·~·1)~ % e oaqi·3: lf8 d~ 1 i.;1 · aL Id oa T.l4-v-e Cup T s 11't - a i Y : E J $1 "Ev s, ýa.ºys u : g ý ·'L~ yrs ulý .i7 .."'jlý iiiý II r;? * . ikjCD; NOTIT. 16herelj'.-, ing v:...

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. — 12 February 1916

BEMGI SIOT WATERWf'I 1 Says glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out poisons. If you wake up with a bad taste, bad breath and tongue is coated; if your head is dull or aching; if what you eat sours and forms gas and acid il stoml ach, or you are bilious. consti.lat.di nervous, sallow and' calt g.il t f.ing just right, begin drinking i.!:,-!l .:ateld hot water. Drink hb-,ore t brlakast, a glass of real hot wat',r wit:i a 1t.a spoonful of limestone. I nl, ihat, in it. This will flush the l.,r: and t,,:.i:.i from stomaeb, liver, kii.;.- ai- h, r,. els and ciean:.-.. ewe. t. in anid .,ir! y the entire ali . :,t arv tr.' t. l)o yoir j inside bathl g In, iu" ':.' y ,:1, n ar:M ing in the ,.rn,'r.g o ,%a.h o(,t of thi system all tilh: priiu ,ay a r poon ous cast' . g:as,'s a:-i ilr I:. , b r r putting mor f-,r i j!t, lthi stllna . To foe l like ,to ng folk f,.l. lik" you fe!t b'-e re your b:,md. n-rv.es and muscles hbcame loaded with hodly iu purities, get frno...

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. — 12 February 1916

STION, AS Dgieps;nl cures sick, hs in five minutes .Time It! y does" o a lye m:o^ .. pape s Dal vsomach 're' - 5Iyou ea - ndipost: : costed yo' -- d indiges' . : ~ nment " B Contact w' " Pl,brmsn"'" ly. ent ca-e c lou youah s' cion. p. weight 'ng" M-11 wh caen t e .' - .' It b ':crc; :. ". :r always be h. . ,L sour. u-t ' "' h de at' t nh It ; r Q. Og and MoW' ^z.r..: " I the acr:i.-A v p'S Opinion . r andi l 1 Scbh other sitting ',n : v sery time ;1. : TF KIDNEYS gIIER AND USE SALTS r 1i Salts Before Break. "uk ack is Hurting cr gdgr Is Irritated. gg lve your meat every V9luak your kidneys with , ays a noted author p rthat meat forms uric -aes paralyzes th' kid -g*4 to expel it from a beeome sluggish andi N In saffer with a dull a kidney region, sharp t SIhek or sick headache. pr stomach sours. tongue wiis the weather is bad n - atlc twinges. The , full of sediment. the i- gt sore and irritated. c Sr seek relief two or i1 d-if the night. a hee irritating acids. A kilneys and flus...

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. — 12 February 1916

NEW OFT HE WEEK VI FROM OVER WORLD iV OTHER COUNTRIES BRIEFLY TOLD. i SHORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN Week's News Condensations Re viewed Without Comment--All Nations Find Something to Edify and Instruct. 'Thlb. Ttckfr;lr : ' natflhd $+ 2'_. U . "e .. rr, , -,, of the ."I;r." of .. I:iý.i', ' " this ye."t. tto-r l11 4f1111m414 m* I. 1'' r t ir-lt ri' lliaomI itr-,' I, . ,, m. , r, - not ii  - r -I -tin ,.,1 , I 1.i IV thi. lri t lll i)l' , ;u 'i`,:,m . 1,' , -r " t . ", T -f ton of 'r u tI:fr- w I. 4 r levt. )n . r;li1 rhl l li ipha Pall he ri provet d futile. .I n i lo btt : -r .r, .- ;m in \ m.. orI S.* \ ;,loI r. a.lii l gl enar a t a , t 'i'r i l Ii ,t t Lhwis. .p1. \it aIl of Lt-I,1,:; T:111;" ,hote on iarmtiIs-ton, aVi -nt ler to iwo years in th" f.ier.al pmi fit n-i tiary at Atlanta. The convictions of )on r l. Rt' ,bert-,s f former mayor of Terre I aut. Ind , d and 111 others founol guilty % itti him of election frauds w.-re 5,itaind lby the United States ditrirt court of ap The...

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. — 19 February 1916

STHE1 MADLSON JOUINAL. ROUNTREE BROS., TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATUIIDAY. F EEBRUAY 19, 1916 N EW IEIEN--VOI. N. I ATE OG EXPERTS EVOLVE SYSTEM a8 TO EXERT VITAL IN ENCE ON AGRICULTURAL AND ECONOMIC WELFARE. -SEVEN NEW MEMBERS West in His Annual Ad. Declared That the Indus. Paramount Problem is the Marketing End. Baton Rouge. SLeisiana Swine Breeders' As at its annual meeting at 'sege pledged Itself to a con campaign which will have eanig upon the agricultural welfare of the state. A composed of I. S. West, president; Turner Wright, market specialist, and ', lcker, rate specialist of the a-age Chamber of Commerce, the task of evolving a aarketing system for the in - the state, and Oscar P. aw president, and Evan J. MW vice president, and the chosen will take up va in connection with the The organization and of community shipping 'wkh a packing house in New ,t the ultimate aim, and the of local Ice plants in the mest supply until the lar san be achieved, are ad practica...

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. — 19 February 1916

Not a Bite of Breakfast Until You Drink Water Says a glass of hot water and phosphate prevents illness and keeps us fit. Just as coal, when it burns, leaves behind a certain amount of Incom bustible material in the form of ashes, so the food and drink taken day after day leaves in the alimentary canal a eartain amount of indigestible mate- Hur lal, which if not completely eliminat- ante, ed from the system each day. becomes sense schoo food for the millions of bacteria which bounh latest the bowels. From this mass of fuses left-over waste, toxins and ptomaine- He bt like poisons are formed and sucked ridge, Into the blood. of H Men and women who can't get feel- seam -ag right must begin to take inside tertet baths. Before eating breakfast each him morning drink a glass of real hot wa- em ter with a teaspoonful of limestone incr phosphate in it to wash out of the ands thirty feet of bowels the previous day's bnrv accumulation of poisons and toxins and' and to keep the entire aliment...

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. — 19 February 1916

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal CANADIAN PARLIAMENT BUILDING DESTROYED s :. ' . . . i,-' I4 t; '..: 3W -: , U . . "f ; :...':.: · , t n sanedian parliament building at Ottawa which wan destroyed by flames, six lives beng lost. The fire is ,- to have been incendiary and to have been started by bombs or infernal machines. Inset, at the right, is Robert L Borden, who hate a narrow escape, and. at the left Martin Burrell minister of agriculture, who for inured. WCALIFORNIA FLOODS DOING IMMENSE DAMAGE .-i- .. .,•7~; .- . :ii:!:.!:-- ..: .. i:·': .... . .· •' · '. .r~ ~~ iu· ........,-.....:..:: .. ... ..... ..- 4. ... .. . . . . . . ...... . . . . ... .. C .- . ,.'">..54..  ';.: !: i: .':';€ -' ": " " " " . is southern C.alifornia ar doing great damage oan causingd co nsiderble loss of .lfe. This photo :' WASHINGTON SCHOOLGIRLS FORM RIFLE CLUB '~ belgilaof Washington have taken up the prepsveiaess slogan and are making themselves thI war...

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. — 19 February 1916

She .Ma.. ..... .. . U.. _I El*T e.I v 1 W henever te : . vee3 then there -' a he efficierncy of IC Mll kinds of :lc":.': :, -. ts, resevoirs, an(Id cv.: t': a.tificial re"tI r , :' . . . i evee Distr!ct ha a .. ' ' levee. 'Lie k, ... i :_ . : ' plendid condition , - mparatively we ,,. oney that ha; . otructica. 'h. entire systemn te!at ih. 1 ::. lc the grade which te perience of 'i? rhe - , .. '' to withs,,d the . :the natural cui"r o' . :_, .. ts bear au'ai; " :c. Now the ;i::r1t C ,. •1, en completed ut ..t . ple no covri' vL' . . qured no outia ' ,, t, , e high water fight. (n i.'c.ot, e hai-.di levees that are below gcae have e"' a' e of expense and fear. The cntire forces: now busy with the lev.e.o; ithat e not m to grade. All of which -lov:.3 thal th the y system that we necd is 1ea "c: ththe levc . .. . . " " : gested by thi n c 1,. .. ' :ý'.ý o; t' leves in ouh`lot; ca r, ' .o k. The immant!il c.....e o, t.e .. as a result of this ,,'rea. st.ouid convince one that the leve...

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. — 19 February 1916

f '`'" - nii"t ý 'ir: 3<' k ý / ýý, ., - T S.I. " "z r o; I I Acom~I b:. ý" 1ý;: c..c a ic? ~rown:o. eras fr:/: .2 -L~oa SgpecIal f.LeflJcn is c -ioc: 7:10 I'o 3.00. us PL L rý..i '[ ft log and 0: *LLUL~ LAH : . Z--t i ' 1 ~ ~ r·r k.4 .41 ·/· ·I~ .~ L311~~s ~ iL L.11 WE'BS'IER says of t-'_ý -h:i. .:""" r sairces ar : ban i.ani C 2 -, v, t!' - ' avenue gu cd forth; ir i/as'>,-" -:10 dead cot- cf p0:biic, d-i rc'r ', ' m et uidt-l-C ýi:o ý da . G r i_.:: ~nurntac-t T(.\ " V poo a per.:iet rat the C , i the avkxke indzfa - so Lu-?ýh to n*akc a_ t, ?- : the important comaIi - &iaIh 53 years a-,) .u inivdalt and gra Z~iut. * `in C·vdu3 tci, grea .,ti:ultu.i. Dt;' arc~ndL ibly -t :aped they have J.zr'.c..t y b-:acs be o _ " ihe of c~r LN Tonal bccrc. T3-Jay 7--00 p'c~p* -,e .' Ký for 311 tine IC, Th famous arar.J º and PcrIional bc f q .. i .ry. r ,, 21r ti~lcc t- Cf.X- L.4 Li:cr cxc:4 ci~ "Phrc th cyi~c n;iosC "> bdtthahct~,.then-, '~.. ~/:l · AlEsa-ud Z~ST.:Gi3,U.3.A - John...

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. — 19 February 1916

I OWE MY HEALTH To Lydia E Pnkhmmn's Ver etale Compound. Washlngton Park, Ill.-"I am the mother of four children and have suf fered with female trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My chil dren's loud talking i and romping would make me so nervous I could just tear everything to pieces and I would ache all over and feel so sick that I would not want anyone to talk to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re stored me to health and I want to thank yo for the good they have done me. I hve had quite a bit of trouble and worry but it does not affect my youth ful looks. My friends say 'Why do you look so young and well?' I owe it all to the Lydia E Pinkham remedies." -Mrs. ROBT. STOPIEL, Moore Avenue, Washington Park, Illinois. We wish every woman who suffers from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the let ters written by women made well by Ly dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you have any symptom about which would...

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. — 19 February 1916

You CU Arid This By Using PE*RU-NA 44dl T S LEAIE3IIP Ctsrrh means inflam 0"oio, which i s tagE -sra-the gorging of the ck~rction with impure gmect aM ..u d rhat wadi I, wherever located, by the dd rRUNA, obtalnable la er liquid or tablet orm at d dnmi/m or the Peruna Company Coahu Ohi Slger the dog's day the shorter pt's night. HO(bEKEEPERS WONDER they ever got along without Red gll Blue. This really wonder. Nw makes clothes whiter than 0 Get the genuine Red Cross Ball at your grocers.-Adv. yan banks have gold re Sagregating $20,645,667. Imomrtant to Mothere carefully every bottle of 1 a safe and sure remedy for sad children, and see that it for Over 0 Years. Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Paradoxical Proof. do you know he is a man of - shft:" the way he gets tight." PIMPLES QUICKLY ad Cheaply by Using Cuticura C Snd OIntment. Trial Free. the pimples lightly with Cutl- s t on end of finger and . .1 remain on five minutes. with hot water and Cutl sad continue some minutes. is best upon...

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. — 19 February 1916

IEWS OF THEWEE FROM OVER WORLD e nla NAPPENINGS IN OUR OWN AND OTHER COUNTRIES to BRIEFLY TOLD. ge SHORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN Re he Week's News Condensations Rs viewed Without Comment-All Nations Find Something to ce Edify and Instruct th CI a The first snow of the season fell in Paris Feb. 10. th Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips, 90 yearsold, ur was burned to death in Hoopeston. Ill., PC where she had lived nearly half a ceon- S tory. a Alexander T. Vogelsang of San Praiscao was nominated by President at Wilson as solicitor of the department IS at the Interior. at A string of pearls said by New York newspapers to be worth $1,000,000 and containing i0 gems was entered at the F ouatom house. gi The scarcity of rubber elastic has tc caused all the garter and suspender factories in Austria-Hungary to close down, as well as most of those in Ger- I many. C The English board of trade is tak-1 ag steps to mobilize a sufficient num- k ber of women to work the land in or- b der to meet the shortage of...

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. — 26 February 1916

THE_ MADISON JOURNAL ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers MADION PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEB Al , 1916 NEW SERIE--V . 4 NO. ----- --r1* - AllS SOCI.ALIS a PAPERS DEFECTIVE l Me ETARY OF STATE MILLSAPS erg SERVES NOTICE THROUGH Br THE PRESS. bid ne MAY BE REMEDIED ( WI guj There Are Numerous Other am Mglintion Papers for Parish and par rd Offcers Which Have Been ( Filed Are Defective. eqt Jet vat, Baton gouge. ertary of State Millsap served T a Socialists, through tE press, and anomnation papers froL,~ seven con through which the party COn to have a state ticket appear on 175, helots of the April election, are Sea The defect lies in the in- was of the certificates of regis- Is 4 of voters which accompany the feet and will render the papers in- well less steps are taken to reme. Imp * condition. pan: VW Socialists have approximately mor -ier more than the 1,000 sign- enoi Mhab the law requires must be gen' i to the nomination papers, but for in the papers from seven of Bishes are not corr...

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. — 26 February 1916

TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEN BLADDER BOTHERS Marmless to Flush Kidneys and Neu tralize Irritating Acids-Splendid for the System. Kidney and Bladder weakness result from uric acid, says a noted authority. The kidneys filter 'iis acid from the blood and pass it on to the bladder, where it often remains to irritate and I Inflame, causing a burning, scalding sensation, or setting up an irritation I at the; neck of the bladder, obliging you se seek relief two or three times b~ g the night. The sufferer is in eoastant dread, the water passes ametimes with a scalding sensation and is very profuse; again, there is tout diffculty in avoiding it. in° Bladder weakness, most folks call schn it, because they can't control urina- boun tUo. While it is extremely annoying him and sometimes very painful, this Is He: really one of the most simple ailments hinm to overcome. Get about four ounces aof U sea rr of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and osopl take a tablespoonful in a glass of terta water befor...

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. — 26 February 1916

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal GERMAN CRUISER REPORTED TO BE AT LARGE I KFNTi.e(Y PITY ciireR ,c connre n,n GERMAN CRUISER REPORTED TO BE AT LARGE of fh: Made.ra islands d to h d 'rit : he ' oon" hc is an.rmo.ed `.er w. ·- - - :· - - - - - - - - - - - --·: CELEBRATES HER FIFTIETH YEAR IN BED , h h c G erm n c rluis Aer ioon h ios reai to avelbeen wnear by ton o inary 'he: Br iti h tiie de elopam w athe is declared to be clairvoyant powere has puzled physidcsas, surgeons and psychic investigators, cele -t-estly at bsr home in Brooklyn the fotueth anniversary of her confnement to bed. Though Miss Fancher d t she is able to write,mcan describe the dress of callerss and reveal with a surprising degree of accuracyn the past ,I-e of persons she never knew before. -- - - -,-- - -, -: . - . . . +, . .. . --- -. CELBRTE HER FIFTIETHsYEAR IN BED SHE OPENS THE PRESIDENT'S MAIL jo Ls to se that the president of the United States is not thewads of people who...

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. — 26 February 1916

,-' George Spencer .r .......i.ne....... W. L Rointree ....... .. . Manager flue OfBimil ournal of Msa'i;cn Parish, Fifth Dotrict Leveccget Board. Madison P*risI ~khool Board and Village of 'isiuTlai. he Enmred Jan. 10 1'ifl3 at Tallulah, La.. post c:ice as; ecord- are elas mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1Ti3. Tt., , urnal is not reapr.tkibie ;or :.r Vie\rs.. :n o minii, M. of qorrespondernt, which may appear- , is columcrs. kin Tallulah, La., Saturday, February 26, 1916. doe -- bus Aid for Flood Suffers wh: There is considei able uneasiness felt in he, T!ensas and Concordia parishes that there bal will be great suffering by the negroes in the An overflowed sections. The negro tenant is eac naturally imprc vihekxt and when he meets " with disaster s:.ch as now prevails in the pas overflowed parishes he is he!p!ess. He has bu: nothing laid aside with which to tide him o oer several weeks of idleness. The planter to: as no work for him and at best can feed nol him o...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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