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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 February 1913

Social an Personal. Mrs. Wilhoit and Mrs. Rahh e the guestsof Mrs. J. B. Stone. Mr. Percy Hebert male a 1,;si ss trip to .Jackson Thursday. Mr. W. B. Saitha visited1 relatives in St, .IJcoseph this week. Miss Cora Mc'Cellan left for llattieshulrg, Mi-,., last Monday. Mr. George Koutczki of Delhi. spent Sunday in our city. Why? Mr. Dunean I'McD)o(ruall of War rly, spent Wednesday in Tal .lah. Mrs. A. V. Stratton is the I est of her sister Mlr. W. B. t itha.i Mr. Percy L. Rountree will a aveth the morning for a visit 4 his hore in Vidalia. o Misses Hattie and Mattie Blair ft to-day for New Orleans here they will enjoy Mardi Mrs. Virt Sevier left for New leans Monday to visit her si-- s Mrs. J. T. Brodnax and inci- G atally will enjoy Carhival. a Major O. W. Can!phell, the si ient secretary of the Levee al d, made a business trip to s. dsalia Tuesday. tl Don't wait too long;-get a d fish free with every 50c. 1lor Nyal purchase at the Store. Miss Genevieve Smitha and Bessie Spencer wil...

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 February 1913

'WIEN MEN PLAYED FOR ARKINSI BIG STAKES Q BY A7OG>V% CDY i AMBLING for big stakes was a common thing in the west a few years ago. In nearly all sections the evil has been suppressed by law. In the few portions where it is still followed it is carried o (5 on under cover and in con stant dread of police inter ference. Not so long ago, however, the cry of the " ,6 roulette man and the click of the ball could be heard in the lobbies of many of the principal hotels. This was particularly true of El Paso, Cripple Creek, Leadville. Gold ield, Butte, the Coeur d'Alene. and many other sections. The practice prevailed to a o greater or less extent in the larger towns. Zverybody has money in the early days of a mining camp. 1 _ It was an era of speculation. The coun- day. Msany of them have try had not "been proven." and hence a the faculty of losing it "lnd" in a new section resulted in a great back over the very table rush to that locality. Property changed w~here they know the bands at ...

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 February 1913

RHEUMATIC ADVICE minent Doctor's Best Precrip. tion Easily Mixed at Home. m your druggisft get one ounce s compound (in original sealed e) and one ounce of syrup of rilla compound. Take these ingredients home and put them a half pint of good whiskey. the bottle and take a table ful before each meal and at bed " This is sa!d to be the quickest best remedy known to the medical sion for rheumatism and back SGood results come after the first . If your druggist does not have a compound in stock he will get .r you in a few hours from his iesale house. Pont bhe influenced take a patent m.,dIiine Instead of Insist on hnving the genuine Toria ,n:nd in the originnl one-nounce. saal yellow p:lcka:g.. hlundreds of the at cases Were cured *. r.. by this pre tion last wint. r 'u,!Ishefl by the Pharma(ceutlal laboratories of ago. SHE KNEW BETTER. --4; a3 your wife give you particular because you come home at 3 the other morning?" she didn't say a word. It's sear Christmas." EMA FOR TEN YEARS Littl...

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 February 1913

BREAK AT BEULAH WATER FLOODS COUNTRY--EV ERAL COUNTIES ARE UNDER WATER. NO UVES REPORTED LOST Lees Land Will Be Affected Than Last Spring-Officials Blamed for Negllgew. Western Newspaper Union ~ews service Beulah, Miss.-Due to one spot over looked by the government engineers repairing the break In the levee here the rapidly rising Mississippi river torrent tore through the temporary structure of sacks at almost the same spot it did less than a year ago, and soon the muddy waters rushing through a newly opened crevasse start ed to spread over the same territory inundated in the spring of 1912. No lives have been reported lost, as citizens of the country around, both black and white, had been notified of the approaching danger and were in a measure prepared for it Owing to the fact that the stage of the river is much lower than it was last year the territory inundated will be much smaller, including Bogue Phalia Basin and a portion of the Sun flower river valley south of the South ern...

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. — 8 February 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS., Publishers. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISII, L(UISIANA, SATURIAY FEBRI'AlY $. 1913. KERS FOUND L UILm OF CHARGE TAKES Urtre" FEW MINUTES TO FIND VERDICT' re BANK CASE. RMEN WATCH SUIT Will Settle Question as to Who -ows Sunken Logs When Raised. iWe_ .er tUnion News Service Orleans.-"Guilty as charged, bath defendants" was the verdict jury in the case of Eugene F. sad Joseph H. Gomila, in See A of the criminal district court, b look the jury only 22 minutes to the fnding. verdict came on the sixteenth « the trial, and marked the con of one of the hardest-fought . attles ever taking place In the crlminal courts. Smen were convicted of violating of 1884, relative to receiving in a bank when the bank is knowing the bank to be in and the penalty the conviction with it Is a minimum of five at hard labor in the state peni and a maximum of ten years. OWNS SUNKEN LOGS? SWll Have to Settle Question. Tlmbermen Watching. Newspaper Union News Service. Charles.-An imp...

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. — 8 February 1913

S --nits Made in Broad u .e P Glittering Restaurants. elation of a New York Steward Asserts Patrons Don't Believe They Are Getting the Best Un less They Are Overcharged. New York.--Walking up Broadway the oher day, my companion pointed to one of the big gaudy restaurants on Long Acre b4uareL wagged his head sad said: i on't see how those restaurant fellows make any money. Take that place, --lointing again-"the rent -m ust be enormous, and think of what he must have to pay for the service, waiters, coat boys and that sort of thing. People say his prices are high, but you can bet they're not high enough to keep him out of deep wa ter Foolish friend! His is the popular vifa of the restaurant business. As a matter of fact. the prices charged by the restaurant he designated are high enough to permit the proprietor to keep two motor cars, which trans lated into dollars means that his in come must be about $50,000 a year. says a writer. And it is to show how such incomes are possible, ho...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 February 1913

EASTER ISLAND. THE MYSTERjY OF . THE PACIFICC S( i * d: a tirety, however, one is impressed with the fact b - that when they were carried out a large popula- 1 tion of skilled men must have concentrated upon J the task. But where did this large population come from? Were Easter Island a continental land with ease of access, such an ample labor ( supply might have been available. But its geo ,_,[ -graphic position precludes this possibility. There r. fore another explanation must be sought Now, nearly all students agree upon one point, and NC[ again the luminous rays of the that is that the present territorial limitations of explorer are centered in the direc- the place could not have harbored a very large tion of Easter Island, the unsolved number of inhabitants. First, there is no ado mysterym of the Pacific. For a- quate water supply; and, secondly, there is not ther time the attention of archae- the area from which to win a sufficient food logists and students of antiquity supply...

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. — 8 February 1913

1. N URNAL Jeers's'o Boetd. )Jeers of IArou Board. O f Talluimh 3y33T SAUUDATY anc. lO.IWf aý t 1'ffhb" 3. 1S'Wwi 3fl1JUIAL ma ll is Ms .1ý gorsew a cOUUOI0 thiin to ,dverue citici5U of pubic. When SU 0dcersii~in .albecommsrife with un gmnueut, thpepIOP 4 S ons sbifting the -of the sh.1dM5s of the gdICto G punto 4 vi artpaIUNcl iblirj Ian fact, we gi...a thought. 4 is lee, $ i- raathe 4 aim p reupedb le 4 NO time tiat the e frthe oars Commit i;;~irboat si Ud be~ sad detail loeatod. red "Wee etpest the4o ~a hw a Iddr sub tLs b rs 4 isaiesb aO. ý01w ge ug 4 ad - 4-ln iqi of idens 1.litl." . Coweart on.w th .stoollsqpd bs e o Vthe e u th are4 tl Iier >itt. and; TheUtoS puth pub lei iapt h - u w &-hub b i. by U.,..n aed Nur~cim sot : die mI tm~a f IY Leshme RU.e L ~~ hek ~t · ci *sdi -- -, A--· BY JOli hAY. Wall, so, I can't tellou whar he lil.s, Because he don't live, you ee; Leastwise, he's got out of the habit Of living like yoand me. t t WFar sse pyu ban for the last theAT ye...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 February 1913

Jtf. LJ. . ever, Jr., went to oburg TaunrsdaY Srad frs. Imseey McDowell e in towan daY. Rev. Jehnso will hold Lenten i s at the spiscopal Ohurch , aev a~'grhY during Lent. i is. J. . Agee and little mue uIeise Serier spent sev lll with relatives at Lake _ mi Feb. 7th for Delhi, AhsU will vimt finorh gwarsomne fun. Qur yeung Jor. John wtd YVer Clet of out ik as vn autoN tl, and itwtbd e uh i be tin dema d, for, you know,q - a- e a fat ite writh the wd t1 u .s 'delightfil oi t thes Yea r the ply "given by the astudents d High Sheool hlats the Opera House. The we ieedlal inte fating *Oval rmete the ertain p attil the laetb and th Johnson as "aE usaos;" and Mertie rIee" were the. lead- 4 blower with al the S1t1hein Wse , ~ and bsg,"er I JeMeio vma eo, ! d L .-wm Mas - s  I VPicks- I bn t "ew y.V " 51i7nomery visited i. LjwardsMia., tis I alnd tiit ll oly a - bhe haiti thir I hea IImth e haew la the Lad. ap e, ths diaere -as erie atfinmnw-3 heroginsmsed. I fl- a the city's laws, asd...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 February 1913

Cyts~hi~ttrl p .. CaSn Zri, Etc. mA~btwm*&u. b·3 Zllsworth Youi CCd-Mp v~~r~~r I SYNOPSIS Mrs. Reslah Coffin supposed widow. is arranged to move from Trumet to Bos ton, following the death of her brother. for whom she had kept house. Kyan Pepper, widower, offers marriage, and is Indignantly refused. Capt. Elkanah I)an Ilse, leader of the Regular church offers Kedah a place as housekeeper for the new minister and she decides to remain 1ý Trumet. esliah takes charge of Rev. #obn Ellery, the new minister, and given f advice as to his conduct toward members of tile parish. Ellery causes a sensation by attending a "Come-outer" maeai. Ellery's presence is bitterly re sented by Eben Hammond. leader of the meeting. Grace apologizes for her guardian and Ellery escorts her home in the rain. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's ass, becomes a hero by bringing the packet into port safely through fog and storm. Ellery finds Kezlah writing a let ter to some one. inclosing mone:y li re to a demand. She i...

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. — 8 February 1913

Wo- Are Constantly B Restored to Health by qdua EPinkam s Vegetable Compound. " Worth mountains of gold," says one woman. Another ' I would not give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable nd for all the other medicines for women in the ' ta * nother writes, "I should like to have the its of Lydia E. Ph'. .l4 's Vegetable Compound thrown ,the sky with a searchlight so cu ng women could and be convinced that there Is a remedy for their ills." We could fill a newspaper ten times the size of this with such quo. taken from the letters we have received from grateful women health has been restored and suffering banished by Lydia B. 's Vegetable Compound. has Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound accomplished a universal success? Why has it lived and thrived and kept on its glorious work among the sick women of the world for more u years and surely because of its sterling worth. The reason no medicine has ever approached its success ia plainly and aim. there is no other medicine so good for women's ...

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. — 8 February 1913

AMENDMENT WARE, WYOMING AND NEW pSXICO'S APPROVAL MAKE NECESSARY NUMBER. Y REALIZE $100,000,000 t Sl Expected That the New Mesuare Will Put in Effect Under New Administration. Wester Newspaper Union News Service. Wahntaton.--Drect taxes upon the Srmes ofat citisens of the United Sates, whether derived from idle capi oI or from the conduct or business, MWr made possible by the ratification a the Sixteenth amendment to the sal constitution. Delaware, Wyom -gn and New Mexico indorsing the in -me tax amendment through their completed a list of 38 that have approved it, two more the three-fourths necessary for its adoption. s In congress predicted that this. authorization, the law American Incomes will be Intro as soon as the extra session Its exact terms have not been -Uided upon, but it is believed, will um mt all incomes below $4,000 or J x15M sad will provide a tax of 1 per it upon the majority of personal In mes that do not run to an excessive .ermal notice of the final adop Ia aof...

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. — 15 February 1913

THE MADISON JOURN AL. J - qy3gU EE BROS., PublisherM TALLULAH. MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATU1DI)AY, FEIIRIUAIRY 1, 191:1 '' . . ... . .I. . I m. .. . .* iSAi ITEMS W I BRIEF FORM h her old, EAL IN TIMBER SHOWS IN. aboi CREASE IN LANO root VALUES.L wO "hoi """" into 1 IVOLVES A BIG SUM 'ac t" M Oace Sold for Few Cents c a.n AM Brings High nea Price. son kno has mwspaper Union News Service stre Chmrles.-A special from De- con says: The deal of the sale ban 'aibgton Wells Van Schalk con * id Umber holdings in Beau- for ad Vernon parishes to the Limber Company was fin- T ted, the consideration E ,000. The property con- agr sawmill plant and planer out Ladieaton Wells Van Schalk rep at Ludington and over 30,000 Lot pine timber. The mill has a is 1 for cutting out 200,000 feet of 1 per day, and is ont of the ed in the South. The tim in this sale was purchas t years ago by Isaac Steph- P of eaominee, Mich., at about org -ets an acre. Pls - pi. ý.g: es as Cattle Center. me is rapidly bec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 February 1913

SI I MRS- WILSON SHUNS INAUGURAL FETE Washington society quickly ad Justed itself to the oficial announce- I ment that there would be no inaugu Ial ball March 4, but that a reception would be substituted for the time- I honored feature Announcement, however, that the inaugural commit- / tee bhad been Informed by telephone S om Trenton that Mrs. Wilson and her daughters would not attend the reeption gave society a shock. NeW Wetheless society will recover and be I M parade as usual even if Mrs. Wil- I sm and her daughters refrain from I ..xýtteding the function. ' ; The declination of the president 't family to participate in the will influence the attitude the diplomatic corps and maybe that of the exclusive society set, but '4he rank and file of Washington and " ny of the visitors who are attract O- to the city by other features of the inauguration will be on hand. It is not to be expected that the dnrssing will be so elaborate as on former occasions when the president t 4l1d membe...

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. — 15 February 1913

ILLY TE KI THE MOST FAMOUS Of TN N. Of THE WEST a l C•. ' ranFr ark J. HOWLING mob of fortune- could see the light of bhunters crowded into Silver murder dancing in the City, New Mexico, in the sev- fellow's eyes. ful enties. The uncovering of The Kid rode for- foo mineral wealth was beset ward, compelling the ;4 mill '- with great danger. The Apa- officer to do likewise, a g ches were on the war-path. It and, according to the by was hazardous to travel in the story told, shot all go country without an escort, but three men. The deputy aoo the magnet of wealth in the spurred his pony, the Icate mines drew men to the scene Kid after him. They ndi notwithstanding. In the citi- exchanged shots, and slca zenasbip of the community the officer escaped Lme there were rough men, for the with a few wounds. A days were typical of those of other min- From that time on it nee gUagape slolated in the mountains and distant was dangerous for the nini foe civilization. Kid to enter a community. He ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 February 1913

NAL' of Madlson Parih, outrnal of School Board. Journal of Levee Board. Sonurl teows of Talhalata b IgD gVIY SATURDAY. t Ii 03s or sUUSCrIPYIOW: 1.50 PER ANNUM. t -emcm. Editor. Jan. 10, 190, at Tallu- o Sl... an no nfl-rolnS mail t) , under Ant of Congress h 8. 1879. tl OJURNAL is not respnnihl for wal opinions of correspondents ft In its ooluans. sLA., FanrABT 15, 1918 . Louis, Iron Mountain W" Railway (ompany, seed the appointment ;lenary Bernstein of Mon- m eminent law firm of 1i5 Potts & Bernste;n as m SAttorney for ,uisiana, re Sampany, to succeed the red  . Husmn. as ' eb Oile fe his posi- lb bave been made A law attainmlents, cultur- h gentleman. Mr. m by he expected to do teaffair of the legal de- A f I he Railroad Olmpa ianerr most satisfactory pany ssd to the gPner- Go who haue from time to Al wt importst dealings j department. The Jour- On ftes both Mr. Bern- P. the Railroad (ompany. far Ivers and harbors bill n House of Represeuta- w, Washington Tqesday, w *040...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 February 1913

iheriff A. J. %evier Jr. spent jveraly ys tlhis week ]i New rleans. (dr4.  Ja;ck CaldJer and MrN. R. E. Wallilnk of Delhi were the guests of Mlis Barbara Smiths this week. " Mrs James DeMoss entertained a few friends Friday night oompli n entfy to Hlrs. Jack Calder MiAs Pauliue Buchanan of Delhi was the guest of Mrs Edward *MgntgomUery Jr.. Friday. Mr, J. J. Brown returnedl bornI Friday after a very pleasant geay it New Orleans. SMisss Josephine and Lulu gtaG of Tylertown, Miss., are :m verye harmingguests of Miss Blair, Sa.W Cliston McGee' returned Rourwo La., Friday after ii issu visit with relatives here. --- W. B, Smitha entertained a I.teu dsmoomptimentary to Mrs jUhk (Mer Friaay after-noon. ·i Ailier Rabb was the guest! esO Hattie Blairlorthis week. BLAIR ENTERTAIN. et the most beautifully social events of the was the Valentine recep. gives by the Misses Blair atary to their attrae bsnse guests, Misses Jose sad Lplu Ginn, of Tyler bhase was beautifully with valentine colors, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 February 1913

TrOU TRIED THIS? ' Prescription Said to Work Wonders for Rheumatism. This has been well known to the best doctors for years as the quickest and frost reliable cure obtainable for rheumatism and barkache. It has been ublished here for several winters and undreds of the worst case' cured by it in a short time. "From your drug gist get one ounce of Torts compound tin original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup of Barsapar!ila com pound. Take these tw, ingredients home and put them into a half pint of good whiskey. Shake the bottle and take a tablespoonful Iwfore each meal and at bedtime." Results come the first day. If your druggist does not have Torts c'ompound In stock he will get it in a few hours from his whole sale house. Don't be influenced to take some patent medicine instead of this. I Insist on having the genuine Torts compound in the original. one-ounce. I sealed, yellow package. Published by the Globe Phagnaceutical laboratories of Chicago. JAKEY'S FAULT VERY SERIOUS r P...

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. — 15 February 1913

RE'AND .AFER MARRIAGE Given Mother in Regard to Daughter Proves Val able to Daughter Even After Marriage. lock Tex.-"1'hen I was a girl. t 14 years of age." writes Mrs. ie Delaney. of this town. "I was wfully bad health. I tried differ treatments, but they did me no friend advised my mother to give urdut. the woman's tonic. She me one bottle, and it straighten. pe out all right I did not have any more trouble un after I was married. I had several spells then, but I began taking again, and my health started mproving right away. an safely recommend Cardul to women sufferers, as I think it is greatest woman's medicine on N may publish this letter if you is good for young girls, as a older women, because it con. pre, harmless, vegetable ingre which act gently, yet surely, delicate womanly organs. It is prepared exclusively for wom more than 50 years. Cardul has is-widely extended use, by womrn. an ages, and has given entire , as a remedy for rebuild wmanly health and strength. ian rely ...

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. — 15 February 1913

, UNMEN OF WEST Says Some Outlaws Left Partio uar arks on Vic s. TALKS OF BERT CASEY Prrmer U. S. Attorney for Oklahoma. Teili How Marshal Foesett Inspired Thee Desperadoes, His Prisoners, With. Respect by Rare RIef Shot. Guthri, Okla.--It has been the cae ieuently that t was possible to identtfy the slayer In outlaw days In Oklahoma and other sections of the aouthwest either by marks on the bedy of the slain person or the poed tio is which the deed body was Sound." says Judge Horace Speed of Outhile, who was United Statee at teransy or Oklahoma for sidxteen years a prod secuted many outlaws and gun Speed was t appoiated when Oh labhms was opened to settlement, in i.O, by President Harrison, and later served under several other adminal , tr1eto.s Daring his days as chief prosecutor here for the government ie was active against members of the w Dalton, Dootlnandother outlaw gnang and studied their ways and methods m u a means of helping himself it t aoe tou of erimtna, to "Nearly ev...

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