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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 April 1916

We have them " s I \h' , A complete line of Kodaks and Brownie rameras from $1.25 to $17.50 Special attention is called to tne Newi Junibrs--Tlc're Autographic. Prices $7.50 to $Ig.oo. , SD US YOUR fILMS TO B DiIEVEL[[CWf eloping and printing done on the premises Catalog and Price list of printing on request TALLVLAH CRU. CO., aLtd! U i .. I t ea9 ;. ·1.i' ~_i~ 'Y-·). ·" " , ' ;,; Care, Gtrrmcld o/ /fM2p ,, ~- I "vaauga ~ ~ ~ 0? 2U· c·iz ams O~ £1,u ,,s: .ir :'ý. " - "y Carroll of Carro1on, L!z. "; "Father of Re'ifriou s Liberty in Amerka-" RY proves, to their eternal that the Catholics were - America to advocate the dasects to worship at any cdse tobenda knee. Of of Maryland, none noble and none adored than Charles Carroll, hie kinsman, Archbishop strove for the hereditary l nkind to practice Civil Liberty. Carroll was ichest and most learned Colonies and when he his name to our im of Independence the confiscation of his vast  stander facetiously re abe did so,"There goes a SHe w...

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 April 1916

A five-pound package of Alabastine, the beautiful wall tint, is mixed with two quarts of cold water, stir for about one minute, and Alabastine is ready to apply. New and individual shades or tints can be obtained by combining regular tints. And when you consider that you obtain the most beautiful, mellow, nature colors, vi;., soft buffs, delicate greens, and exquisite blues, or any ,had, you wish by co-rbining shades of Alabastine, then you'll f, why Alabastine is one of the most po; clar wall decorations with millions of Pais..,rs and Householders, Decorators and Womenfolk, who take a pride in their homes the wide world over. Write for Free Book ".TI MYrI, of d1A thL We..M." and Free Color Scheme Cards Special Stencil Offer Smell are for bharder dles.. Is ahe rqalsr way they mnMl -tn ye Iro O St .00 each. Our free book tells p how you oam geat Lnea or your oseom prachrlly free of chare. Our Color Scheme Cards sem colors that hme r year ruome. Yes shmus have our free bosh sad r les...

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 April 1916

S. BEAN THE CRISIS LPmunkhauA ..HhWben I was going of Life I had a to. as large as a child's head. The r said it was years coming gave me medi- 4 for it until I a as called away the city for cal ome time. Of e I could not ab to him then, so ysister-in-law told wt that she thought ! ,' Vegetable Com- 1 un it. It helped both Uf and the tumor and Idid ntr nedthe do(s& hil remedies until the the doctor said, and I by - or I tell every one th so& If this letter will as weleome to use it" bu S S Joseph Avenue, mi -gm's Vegetable Com- ro s-edy containing the of good old fash-' Yebs, meets the needs me at this critical period aymptom in your you, write to ath galaýlas Medicine a alt-Old King Coal. cr apply Hanford's Bal- or g't always make right Y, NOW- t a, I must have Red -] I have used it for ItI -I years. My white!« sad lace curtains are I simply can't do with al Blue. You will get 11 wait."--Adv. f  wmney his funny sto tu est a laugh. ne NG SCALP C h Use Cuticura Soap L Trial...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 April 1916

ARABS HELP TURKS Swarm on Flanks of British in Mesopotamia. Follow Like Jackals to Take Advan tage of Any Accident or Confusion by the Way-Atmosphere Deceptive. London.-Edmund Candler in the alily News gives an interesting ac count of the hordes of Arab cavalry which swarm on the flanks of the Brit ish columns in Mesopotamia. He says: "The mobility of the Arab cavalry who ride light and are unsparing of their horses is something outside ex perience. On approaching a Turkish position to reconnoiter our scouts will often see a horde of Arabs emerge from the dark masses and spread in a fanlike movement over the whole ho rizon. These irregulars are eternally swooping about for no apparent rea son.' Drop a shell in front of them and they will swerve like a flight of teal, make a wide detour at full gallop and appear on the other flank. "The atmosphere is most deceptive. and in the haze of mirage it is diflfcult to tell if the enemy are horse or foot, or to make an estimate of their num b...

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 April 1916

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIIL 8, 1916 NEW SERIES--V(L. 4 NO. 18 lIABERRIES AIITE CITY TRUCKERS GET PER CRATE FOR .' DUCT. AT $3,000,000 Facilities Have Been gughs, Organized Ef Associations and Companies. Amite City. o strawberries were from here to by the two local !asd some half a were shipped ;prt of Tangipahoa returns were $2.25 of the fact that e.p has reached Its R Southern ship the close of the fr the Tanglpshoa to improve grad lw weeks. t several hours dra getlao, the down. uws needed to facill I maturity of the promising berry ie the industry sidnce last year lby 25 per cent. cultivated, the heavily truited, it the valuation of ben plaesd at throughout the a slees the close supplies Imuad and to Sthe erate short terrs shipuets " e powers have he crop; am hae been a, erwealed feors mnd the es iisle, an from eer 1s all ate *seusa with dtr a te Prioso ot iLeass, Mr. wt bring up It sheuld not ask 2% of 19S, a h...

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 April 1916

~-L· ~,: .~a~ .:~ ··· · L~ .·~·. ,·· ~.: ~· ·.\r.l-·· `·'~·~· ·;·I -·r· .. ·--~-~" ~g9gur ) cHLC~e SYNOPSIS. -19 Humphrey Van Weyden. critic and dllet- 1 tante.' finds himself aboard the sealing schooner Ghost. Captain Wolf Larsen. bound to Japan waters. The captain I Smakes him cabin boy "for the good of his soul." Wolf hazes a seaman and makes it the basis for a philosophic discussion I with Hump. Hump as intimacy with Wolf increases. A carnival of brutality breaks loose in the ship. Wolf proves himself the master brute. Hump is made mate a on the hell-ship and proves that he has learned "to stand on his own legs." Two men desert the vessel in one of the small boats. A young woman and four men. survivors of a steamer wreck, are res cued from a small boat. The deserters are sighted, but Wolf stands away and leaves them to drown. Maude Brewster. the rescued girl, begins to realise her danger at the hands of Wolf. Van Wey den realses that he loves Maude. Wolf's brother, Death Larsen....

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. — 8 April 1916

uews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal "'III . . ;-'-- - 1 q rl dl li.ra _- ., : ., ..... . . .... . . . VILLA BANDITS IN ACTION IN MEXICO 4 i t', 1'`.i bl hto arve n this country showag the Eeppelin .77 which was wrecked by rench 4Uie. STHE FIELD BUZZER . Ut mo tbe mrch is the .kld bser, t. flt withe manairl iBulr sai with alls FOR BERMAN SOLDIERS ' r. .ý 1ý 4 k _ j y ": _ý M ý .Vý l x Y ý . FRENCH LEADER AT VERDUN TABGGART NAIMED SENATOR !.-r U. S. SOLDIERS GUARDING A BRIDGE ON THE BORDER r 1.1% Twentieth United States infantry guarding a railroad bridge over which troops must pass going inlto MxiLco. GERMAN FLEET WAITING FOR A CHANCE TO SLIP OUT :':8 ..' :4* : ':: .. "::.. ".:: -:  .: .'. " '::. .:. . ; ; ":"'- ';e~ " ::' . ". -';. .. ; .$ ..: . : "" ''...." . . . . . i"s" ' " " ' :" : ' : '! ... .. . ."" : : ' " " " ý " ý ' - ;`?EMS. ::: " : . , -.:. ,:. ~8 - :a ·~wo cý ::: ; J ' ,;:: ^--- . . " ... . ' . . .:: "... . .. . . . . ....::. . "...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 April 1916

The 1arison Founr::i. Pub1 ihed cr.xy car ay u2oL:.:zg. Georg Spencer .............Editor W. L. ounre ........Manaer Official .TJour, al of Med.-on l'ai;.b . F.'."h 1)i-tri-': Le;'em . B(,arJ. 4, 'dison P.:rih Sc;hoi ol ' 0 :d n 'n,-:'-r f T !vu!:h. En.'riJ J.in. l) i9, t. Tilul;:h, La.,, !,st ,!;ce a- scccwn-: cl. ss 'nail .n ittr utnder Act of (:,rsir .nf March 3. i7i8,. rhe.I,arnai is nt r,:;n 'm .i f. the wI v :::.al fin: ".;. of c:rrc,~p rdc ntts, whaich may -:)pea'r "I, 1:. t',,iU'lnn'. Tallulnh, La., Saturday, April 8, 1916.1 Clear as Mud. In ans«"er to a decoy put out out by some of his Caddo supporters, Mr. Parker has given out a statement with the view of clearing up a'1 doubt about hi.; political pre dilection.. His friends, not caring so much on their own accunt, wrote to know what Mr. Parker's political policy would be if ho happened to get el cted; this in order that other citizens might get at first-hand knowledge of just how Mr. Parker stood. With the usual persnp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 April 1916

"A FOOL THERE WAS" Ib famous Picture Play Will Be Shown at the Lyric Theater on Friday, April 14th. This sensational play, one of the =eft sueessful of the ceontury, and ja. many years the 'tarring vehicle , t Robest Hilliard, has been con ,-ted in to a supremely vivid and Dtling photo-play be the William ; ra forces. 'ldward Jose, former leading man Sarah Bernhardt, portrays in a. gaterly manner the "Fool" who guakes his family and friends for Mnllees, sensual creature in the gse of a beautiful woman. iTh eda Bara, leading woman at the bestreAntoine, Paris, has been cast " thCe "Vampire," one of the most urinating, though revolting female SPRING IS HERE And we are pre lined to sell you iht Palm Beach t i- b Suits---as y as you w of 'Nlp dle the * je Sbea fe Beach byLy J.iL of 11 " an around W bt us show our line of Beach gr gin L m . Probate. AobI scoindo, to asP wuseas are r the aas bemo, sad tihe seal seal hereby warted that s fonad 3oQ tee pasonad end.r tim * Notice rrar.~ , a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 April 1916

s and b1rub - Their are and Cultivatioa. Japanese Anemone or Wind Flower Jiapanese Anemone or Wind Flower. APRIL IN BIRDLAND By L. M. BENNINGTON. This month the birds mate, and many new ones come from the South. This month the boys and girls wander all over the woods and fields looking for the bluets, the violets, hepaticas and spring beauties. This spring I hope they will not pick too many of our wild flowers, because ft is feared that in time there will et be many of our beautiful native blossoms to gather. They have been ruthlessly plucked and thrown aside for so many years by thoughtless children that a great many of the most beautiful and val uable species have run out of exist anca In their walks In the woods this spring it would be very interesting to the boys and girls to take up the study of wild flowers and the study G A.mtl Fooeed Shelter That HMlds Fer Quarts of Chicken Feed and ples t as Required to the Birds. ,t ihis, sad they would learn to love d woodland beauties ...

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 April 1916

IAS N PERMANENT S ilt Up System When ies Failed. Believes tSsved Her Life. rflle, N. C.-Mrs. M. A. dR. F. D. 1, this place, .I wish to state that before Cardui. my condition of gil run-down, and had been ever since my marriage two lait May. I only weighed My average weight is I had such awful pains I~old hardly go... I had in my back and abdomen, snrecely do my work... I tt anything heavy. if ber, 1913, I began taking Stbought I would give it a, my family doctor, - , date for an examination . I my improvement after Srest bottle... I am getting L, and in March this year l-g pounds... Your Cardul Sup my system when all failed. I feel and lool k person... I am still... - It my friends.... for I can lI believe it saved my life.'" grs all pain has been per- a 1t go rundown in health and tt take Cardul, the woman's -1 l help you. lul by all druggists. 1i8 Count 'Em, Three. -tly Old Bachelor, with the 24-Hour Grouch, settled Si e of the club armchairs. spent an hour talking with " gnmg m...

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 April 1916

BALKED BY MIRAGE 3ritish Artillery Has Queer Trou ble in Arabia. Evolutions of Troops Are Obecured See Infantry Like Trees Moving and Think Them a Trans port Train. Sheikh Saud, Arabia.-The ground between the Tigris river and the hills was the scene of the battle of Sheikh 3aad. The land is maliciously and 'anatically sterile. Even the agoon and the kharnoog come to an end. It was over this rutty ground that the ransport wagons bumped and Jolted with their freight of wounded on the evening of January 7. It was evening when our steamer moored near the battlefield. We went out to meet them as they streamed in aver the mud-colored flat, and gave what aid we could. .\lany were walk ing very erect, some of them with the stiffness of effort. These were the less serious cases. The stretchers and transport wagons came in later. One was struck with the hardiness and stoicism of the British and Indian alike. "Beg your pardon, sir." says a Brit Ish private; "can you tell me where ,the ambulanc...

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 April 1916

THE MADISON JOURNAL. uTBUREE ROS., Publshers ADI.N0-. TALL AII , MADI SOiN PARIHAH LOUIMANA, A, APARIPSHIL 1USliA, 1 91 NEW AERIF S-- I,.5 14 S , ý mn I,, , iri [l , n ... .--- . . . -I I I [AMIlI IN STATE PLANNED E IN SHREVEPORT PLAN FOR EXHIB J IN ALL PARISHES. S ARE NAMED d Datt Was Not Consid. gSuaSM Thoee Attending Do aMN Sufficient Data Re Dates of Fairs. Shreveport. proposed for adop to police Juries of the va. for free fairs in all d Lmolisuna was indorsed at a conference of perish fair omcials, repre Sd the police Juries of a a sirth Louisiana parishes state and federal agricul a and farm extan The same propo be presented at a seath ameresee at Bato . SrpidMes or pollee as tit that fairs may be estab Sery parish, w bee ad e pemade and anhft build. ig pldaned to hive a bill lr pesntation to the state bit investigation showed - uisiln could not be 1e general assembly ow. Ipas providing for a tax s as amendment to be Sthe people would be re it was learned that 4 IUS would ...

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. — 15 April 1916

JAC1TOID N ' - - ý"ýy . r Qu J~r _ tn'l'ý CHAPTER XXVI-Continued. tli -20-- a f A peep at Wolf Larsen showed me that he had not moved. A bright trt thought struck me. I stole into his dti state room and possessed mys,.-I of his revolvers. There were no other an weapons, though I thoroughly ran- w. sacked the three remaining state- c( rooms. To make sure, I returned and went through the steerage and fore- th castle, and in the galley gathered up all the sharp meat and vegetable knives. Then I bethought me of the he great yachtman's knife he always car tied, and I came to him and spoke to leI him, first softly, then loudly. He did tic not move. I bent over and took it de from his pocket. I breathed more ,, freely. He had no arms with which kr to attack me from a distance; while I, te armed, could always forestall him should he attempt to grapple me with lit his terrible gorilla arms. It Filling a coffee pot and frying pan as with part of my plunder, and taking la some chinaware from t...

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 April 1916

ewhs Of the WeeW as Cauuat Jy ty e C 2 t for Re"d, rs of , J r ... TROOP OF VILLISTA tAvaI Dv nA ru TrI ifrn ma... Igunv vi wLLOIaIº MvRALfI UN IltIn MOUNTS raph of some of Villa's cavairy shows well the wiry. lathy Mexican horses on which the bandit's g They are as active as cats, are wonderful climbers and can forage where horses from the arve. TERRIBLE RAIL WRECK AT AMHERST, 0. .or * M. of the wreck on the New York Central lines at Amherst, 0., which resulted in terrible loss of Set the forward cars of train No. 86 and on the right the forward cars of the derailed Century UNITED STATES CAVALRY PURSUING VILLA MWO OMi PASO'S GAS AND POWER PLANTS wxeeý >. · :i.tv. the gm m Pu COMMANDER AT FORT BLISS Gae. Gorge BeD, Jr., is cosmmed d tUa esensil tessee 4m eas .staet sý. WHERE MANY MET DEATH IN RAIL WREC( II !:i . . .. .: -.fA : ..3 Ake 4.. A- /"~J~c;5Tilk~saLI, ·-~ii qlý "5 Tihese rescuers are standing on the debris of the car in which most of the deaths and injuries tot... I,!a. ...

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. — 15 April 1916

: i-- ,3. t-t. a g. - t e ", '- ..4l '. thi . 9.1 y s Lh u ft hat he a o , qcltiC 1 *'14 '1 l'>i''1 *' t aýt r . . , t o in 'tom : T u.,a y.'.. _ ~.he r.riht tic' r a . ,that r ,. dc k in" r ., i at.. Ifa t r: u it,' te fear that so t'")e tr 1k .,t . ly th,":' .: 'v of h :1arw ker I `:de"su t urfnortuu: a1' "oi' .ui ,rsi)n wh il ol a poeat obably repdit in s turh Mrs , erng. u. ,er limiets ew legistaino, ci.:: ut ,'h' :hearty- and;l us lose the influrnce t '!-'i n i thi' h shuld' hl heild. I wha' SAnt.c"-"4 t1inrg: Arrange your h usness iovern, that Dcu .ar get to the poll, on oTu:esday, Pfrk,:r d thereby clear yourself ,fln ay i lr.utationl :- ;' hat yoa are ducking or 11'dg r.n. If after vit-'iu oting in the irnIarv 1your .corscienccC :.'ill -it it you to vote o 1 '.r. Park.er.. se. to r!o t under no cirt .tn-st.' es "duck." ihet e many cts ifrfatiJ vot ers wh)::' i,,ik , d)r ire and ho.l in estrem Mr.t I~:brNl. !,t ' do npt thir.k that of tiem to be perm.,rntly linke.i ., w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 April 1916

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 April 1916

GIRL COULD 4 NOT WORK How She Was Relieved from Pain by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Taunton, Mass.-" I had pains in both sides and when my periods came I had to stay at home from work and suf fer a long time. One day a woman came to our house and asked my mother why I was suffering. Mother told her that I suf fered every month and she said, 'Why don't you buy a bottle of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound?' My mother bought it and the next month I Was so well that I worked all the month without staying at home a day. I am in good health now and have told lots of girls about it."-Miss CLARICE MORIN, 22 Russell Street. Taunton, Mass. Thousands of girls suffer in silence every month rather than consult a phy sician. If p-irls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion would take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, a safe and pure remedy made from roots and herbs, much suffering might ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 April 1916

of Hot Water ore Breakfast 8 Splendid Habit of the system each and wash away the stagnant matter. as who are accustomed to a d heavy when iwe arise; -idache, stuffy from a cold. nasty breath, acid stom back, can. instead, both as fresh as a daisy always the poisons and toxins body with phosphated hot morning. i drink, before breakfast, fa. l hot water with a tea d limestone phosphate in 0 from the stomach, liver, M ten yards of bowels the my's indigestible waste, sour - somous toxins; thus cleans and purifying the en canal before putting stla the stomach. of limestone phosphate aVtr on an empty stomach invigorating. It cleans Qgr fermentations, gases, and ascdity and gives one a IHtlte for breakfast and it - but a little while until dism begiM to appear in the tema quarter pound of lime- orat. will cost very little at or from the store, but to make anyone who is Sbliousness, constipa trouble or rheumatism on the subject of in Try it and you are dotes ipo will look better and to si ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 April 1916

Natural scenery is one Scenery Is Noblest of the noblest of our natu ral resources. When it is of Our Resources put to park use it serves its highest possible purpose. se ne ess es . r . . w . ... . a AI ? S e c re ta ry F ra n k lin K . Lane says of America's nat ural scenery: "The United States furnishes playgrounds to the people , which are, we may modestly state, without any rivals in the world. Just as the cities are seeing the wisdom and the necessity of open spaces for children, so with a very large view the nation has been saving from its domain the rarest places of grandeur and beauty for the enjoyment of the world." There is no greater potential wealth of the nation than our national parks. The people who use, them gain better health, increased efficiency and higher ideals. The benefits to children cannot be overestimated. In these playgrounds of s.enic beauty a love of native land is developed, and hee our prejudices are forgotten. The economie- value of national parks is...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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