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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 February 1917

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTTREE BROS., Publishers TAL1LAI. MADISON PARISH . LOUISIANA. SATURI)AY. I'FI:IAI .; I. 191 NEW SERIES--Ol 000 FEET IN IRACT FOR $54,000, VY-.YRNES LUMBER COM PAN ADDS TO HOLDINGS IN VICINITY OF KINDER. -OND BIG LUMBER DEAL and Estimates For Lake Front Have Been Completed, and Police Jury Will Soon Be Ready To Advertise For Bids. Lake Charles. "The Peavy-Byrnes Lumber Conm my has added to its timber holdings )rth and west of Kinder by the par lase of a larre tract of timber from ingrey and :trice The tract con Line 13.00..000 fiO"t. and way purcLa., I for a consiideration of $54.1,,). This is the second big timbhr sale Sthat section in the past couple of reeks, the Powell Lumber Company rving r.-ccntly acquired the holdings I the Elton Lumber Company near Leeves for close to $50.000. The avy-lBy'rnes Company alr+:eady owns 1,000.000 feet of timber in logging aus of its mill at Emad. Plans and estimates for the lake noat drive in Lake Charles have been pwple...

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. — 24 February 1917

GER-M-N TORPEDO BOATS READY TO PUTTO SEA ·w- 1 t ,, 4.. i "' " 1' ' ,4,. J.. ''' ;c '" - 4s -iT i' d E ^ P * f ' .r . r. t i ' , ,!,y i hy f,,f \ r e t l'rl ri. , r r ti in 'ip ''t :lri y d" t.. , .S i' -ill. t.¢. " l, u Iznal~l'hl.* i~ltli- with rl lh,\,w i~f illijIhlm if 'inf, ir rltiri, tn htl,[,, frq tli-. by the, P'nhx St:iti, inlr '. Th,'I' . Iiid ,'rs ii? tia.' |irir hr, l h,, lW lrtili'ft ti ri ýl a n': Cl/. Tra v C. Ij'i : n, , L i-il. . i'ltI -i 4'. [lc\' . C,,I. lI--i . y ]. ,'and E;i-ti. F-ralil, I . V-l'r h .It.,(iltirliatlli). FOUR BRANCHES OF THE NAVAL SERVICE -o. ..... « ; "' . . . r' . "" 6" (" ay t" sYx'' : . p .. s4 lt b 'o.: " t . . "ý ill t t ! t . .. ... : , "- - i . •i -.. I . . 'ý - - . , ' _X "ýl ' 71 4: tt~ e. . . . ...... . ... . .. . ...mt. "r n tit t t r _ l u ' .1 . T r ,, - ..:.. l l t; ýtm'.. , :: : -i .... • e ~ t '. 1" 1w .. . . .. .. .. , ..  :i..;.I" "7 44 II. hr. ll,hi'a :i~lt "tl-r I f1,A ItI{. ]I Lll V i t le hll-i., . EP'l w r [ ,] ...

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. — 24 February 1917

ARhR OR OF "TIU OCCASIONAL OFFENDER." "THE WIRE TAPPERS." "GUN RUNNERS," ETC. IaZED FROM THE PATHE PHOTO PLAY OF THE SAME NAME TWENTIETH EPISODE Laughing Mask's Triumph. y Gl,,iten slddenly threw the nmi:izine which she lhad bren y thunblu.h'- and, springing to Let, cr-ed-l rapidly to the windoxw Ia Iw cool, white Iedroom,. As she l gazing out with unseeing eyes, jBIe frown of vexation puckered elirwead. From the open windows t Soe spacious living-room (en the loor came the subdued inurmur .yices. But to Margery's straining ot a word of that low-toned con was audible. Occasionally she the rumble of Captain Brackett's more strident and authoritative the others. The resentful officer of the law had Ipelved the idea than on more than occasion Margery had aided and etted the Laughing Mask in slip ing through his tingers, and It was or that rt-isOll sn the was ii' ixcluldetd 1omn the dellbirationstl.i hre the cp Ire of tihe 'elusive n:l "'1.'r:1. r W\'-H dl'r di!p:1il. In : it,:ttin l f...

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. — 24 February 1917

: f Journal, Saturday nmornintg. . Editor S. . ......... . r ? artI V;r [/ .t r.~ on. ib; e for the vwi'ws and ri,'niA,na Ip) i fl n ?t, i.;:: rav *;.tar ,u I11 columns. CLAH, LA., SATU'rl DAY, lF:E. 24, 1917. JEAD The closing days of congress bring to residents of the alluvial sections more p'si tive indications of the death of the flood control bill. With the defeat of this bill will dfe the sanguine hopes of twenty year3 for improved levees and protection from the floods. The special correspon-ents of the large dailies of the state express the opinion that the defeat of the meacsure is due to the bad management (of Senator Ra.;:~ell and to the compromise that he made with Senator Newlands. In inost instances it does no good to cry over spilled milk, but in the present case it will do no harm for the people to indulge in a few lamentationsr., for such a course may bring about a more soý..r :nd a ! more substantial consideration of public men t when in the future they" offer fur le...

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. — 24 February 1917

SIa'"t an East lan it isn't a Kodak e have them bStock ,A complete line of Kodaks and Brownie eras from $1.25 to $17.50 Special atterition is called to the New iors-They're Autographic. Prices $7.50 to .00. ti D US YOUR fiMS TO B[DEVLOPED veloping and printing done on the premises atalog and Price list of printing on request o ALLULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. ALLULAH : : : . : : : LOUISIANA II aa* *********** 00******** t CAN I COME UP Ye! IF YOUL LI. AND SEEYOU TAKE ME TO F ONIOTN1 THES sT '^T p d FILM PLAYa IN T TOWN a LYRIC THEATERn Picture Program for Next Week v Monday 15 & 25 Cts. A Five-Part feature Miriam Nesbitt and Marc MacDermott in The Edison Drama "THE CATSPAW" FRIDAY 15 & 25 Cts. "The Laughing Mask's Triur ph" Twentieth Episode of "THE IRON CLAW" With One Comedy, One Cartoon, and One News-Weekly ALL WOOL SUITS MIADE TO YOUR ORDER No No L.ess More Than , Than $20 We Challenge any maker or retailer of men's suits and overcoats to duplicate our high grade, all wool fabrics...

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. — 24 February 1917

NEW YORK GUARDED BY GIANT MORTARS . " " .......... ,,'. : . .. .. . .. . c ..; r '.C " . . v n i •" •;r .d -" <  ! '........,...... iý,, :...._ ...} ...... :   , v 3 *7l .. . . . . . - : > : :o . u : c .. : r w ' i ti ,C v w ýý.. : i ý , ; ` " " . . { ; : ; . l e .  <aQ ýý . .. . . ..a . .\ ',il"1,''1 " o l'N ricih. iltl'l~ l v" rsit- 111 N ewl l rua: , nhT, i n",,, " j, r:1 " I i, " l' :,rl EI: ,Ii tlr',h IE . ,,', ,l\'r J t ll Ir1' ýlrl' ý. NEW HAMPSHIRE STUDENTS IN MILITARY DRILL -:. ' i ~~fr I' F' V·5 2SC ~~ e: p ýl A I 4 - &i... .*. ..t:..* ' " it iaa. }, \.rni'q. J"!i' rN" u gi; In lr ' r ir i.lt r lam ,::;:.... ,·.::::  -:~ , l~iT~i:. _: ·~ ' <:,o;:-·:...: : ...... ''xi::.-: : .-... ..."".. .\ llJ·h: (tI' 111" 11:.l :rJ.;1l :~l~ ~ .1 [ .I,. il l N it,\ iill [i . hi1 (r f,, [l ~l~l'j'l:.;l\ ltv Il|l'| lr ll ll\,,llq SOME OF OUR BLUDEACKETS IN CUBA . . . . ".. , . . . hele are a few if th, sailor.- of the A.erica. navy u... .a.lnu.li t f .a t...

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. — 24 February 1917

EL IS MERGaW , I1 SICKENS! S TOP USING SALIVATING DRUG Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."-It's Fine! 're bilious: iY( r I.r ir is slu You feel lay . and a.l n: ed o. Yo.r h- ,d is d il, your i ccatd; -, ' bad; . ach and bon !. C"d 1! don't I piilivat  . ,:" ' s you . 7ou a rk. el :is .. t :, or , :,ck- i!wýr atcatu es .f r . ,' T t · ; : s. I crash ; :.t, ,,: r L:, 1 ' 1'l ite. break::. i: " iha" v whn fiel that a : fal n.u, ý a or.d cramln ,ou want to crj(,y thli nic,.-t. g'n .liver anl bowel clr-an-ing y(ou c -epere.,-c d jut take a spoouful rless i csionl's Iiver Tone-. Your ir d..al',r sells you a i-cen' I of D. pson's ivor Tone undr r personal money-bark guarante. t each sloonful n ill clean your Ailrala Destroying Her Trees. Vri , . ,i" th,' lir,'<. i.t ; dili |,r,,-i ,''C I n tlt Au1 tra:l:a'-. I:lat iil 'tre, l.. -'priitln t, liiai l,:i: 'tit s kit: Ia tlrliir i g I . I Fr,, ". !, t . 1 'h Ti " tit. e supirvi...

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. — 24 February 1917

fre r:i of Sirl on, I-in- r-;rr n a.i , r n t. l, re n, * e i, t e " ' , , r areb, i - ot. : I r e -. , i , nl r r, l, ir . t sit: t it c ( },IM ' " n o ,I'' . John 1I LitlUR e O- N '. Y . i freho- e tif. and on.-re of who" .- eidren r, t.i i -i. i o.t on e thle I al.tor. n: ar ,':, n la It griw r} ', tat The' FrenIuch cabintet d.I tl 'l I. ' he t reducitio n itn hlt.h rnil , r or: a,- r ICn i the d HllI , tn r \o p'; ,r . 'rs TIl. t1 inrl is tIie , ,ade to str ave colal. I . (Ce.n, Uteri CONGRESSIONAL. atries The riln'r-lt dloin bill one of the' Jo.! water power io asures betfore con -I r ,gr .s-;-li(, killed for this, e-l -oitr ill y l i it a hopeless d(rgreaeneeant of conferes Jrieiso Miss Iuboi ,e the 1 -year old dauch I wt oetr of the Halr who is enatitled to th'" Lot position t to ('ic I. y 'IT. ray- '"rd enough senall.t.oryial scupport to present quest his tedillrate confeiebtiont. Gtf tl UJ, President Wilson has signed the, act plict estableshing a national lep-rosieriume...

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. — 3 March 1917

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BOIiNT' I IE HROS., Publisher~ TALLILLAH, MADIISON I'ARISH. IOAIIAN.\, S:AT 1I)}AY. h1 IWII .. I 91 - iATE SUGAR CROP WORTH $7,500,000 YIELD IS CONSIDERED FAVORA. BLE UNDER ADVERSE CIR. ' CUMSTANCES. ADVANCE IN DIVERSIFICATION Planters Are Keeping Close Tab, and Figures Worker; Out Make It Posts ble to State Results With More Accuracy Than Usual, It Is Said. . 1'x ( )rl-.,n- The l;a.;t sir ;ir (;op oi f I uf -ianm, amount.-d :o a;oulll, II, .000I fl- 1'.n I ato al r, r .iptr fronI t!e -:;rl i f 'f , T'" I v .11 I.. arouni t _i  .7 -,r ooi i";, ere.p co.,' a Ittl.r ,,%.i r u ii ,,i. 1 , mal-,. Th,. rmainh, r n . pr year - pro:" , n. Ir i rap -If L. I."- cn: xp, "-:' nd.t :' 'l I <, -' ::t,,:,. ', grow Il h pl.nt-,r ,- , . .l , ' .it It will hri rtL m oren -:, ; . \.: pl:" the im:i. r it. , n. , a.ai l. l' x ptiuri  I that thi- lir.rop.. an ,a:r -..ountl rn,' i, over, and 't '-, " i':, b -f ir.-r l t "r,. r .i talk of :*ntis o'. r wair T'.,. nly h they s...

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. — 3 March 1917

REAL RULER OF RUSSIA t,ý'aI I. II . I , I.i / ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 IC.IýI I ,II it,, of I ' - I u I n i I i I I'. I' I,, t . ! 11 1111 :11 ,11 gt *' x. I . I , :I . *,it I' r : I I I I' I I \1:tll 'i t* l'lt'i.il, .'1' ' ,:ý ... I. It ..! i l I .1 .II I "THE JAPANESE ROOSEVELT" .liiIt ll.i Ii ii.a .l.t I' !..Ii. Ia -'ý~ . t lit,.1 'ifr 'r J li. ". '*t-ýI I.' . 1. .1 "ii Il , I .' 'I'` III l . 1 1 f, I I;t ."n ., 11,-:11 i I, I. it I il . I.." Jl'jiutl-4," ,"if I 4 I.1' I :I. [ru-p . I.,,'r. ,. nf' the St' i llit. PIlun'hui riI.." In ital. I I. ' 'l1111' Il'' f~~4~21 nhj. t'ui Ah Icry rlit.il o f ii"11' iliireti rin uki' In 1. I'Ii' lll'. Il itriirliio~u M. tlItI. ' r (~l".1 the 1 4P'4t1411.r t ofljrIilfl'ti'l 1*' l2P'' t 'itjli'f' Inlr-'tta .II'ti Nick Ihiizugnu a 1 rfh: tholit till' h tl:'fr 'r :i ll 111* 1 j io .m.tt 1 I 4411> 11214nr ftan .'oI I.-: 2I~ra 4iii:i ft ft-l lItoiii.i'f itlfifi4 IelTlo I1.. "l 44:4Illt .ii while *"lti Tl if'il lallto ofM Aoloa ii litMiý-uW titlt'tle21 11 1...

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. — 3 March 1917

THE MAI)ISON JOURNAL. TALL!,LAH. I.A. WEB OF STEE By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY WEB OF STE Father and Son Here Is a Powerful Story of Failure and Sacrifice and Love and Courage and Success Copyright by Fleming H. Revell Co. CHARACTER TEST ONFIDENCE and good.-na. ture are easy for folks who are already prosperous and successful. The true strength of a man's character is revealed, however, in adversity. Tear the foundation from beneath one who has always enjoyed advan tages of wealth and position, and see if he has the backbone to conquer evil days-to rise above circumstances and win. In "Web of Steel" we have the story of a man whose foundation is de stroyed. His fight to rebuild it makes the novel. It is not mere ly entertaining fiction; it is a piece of inspiring literature. We feel sure all of our readers will enjoy this Cyrus Towsend Brady serial. THE EDITOR. CHAPTER I. -1 Love of Woman. If mn.eeting. ',ly Ii.l upl, to their tic'll atiIn<, hfe. wt, tll bte :t 't'au e 4s on oif stalr...

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. — 3 March 1917

The Madison Journal. Publislhed every Saturday tnorning. George Spencer Ed...........itor W. L. Rontr ..... Manager Ofp-Ia Jorn, ,f PM a r'n Ia h h, Fifth lP-tri,'t L ove ,u srd. %i tr!-,'n Pari.: , i ,'t: ,, I; x I and V' h,;I t ,f T :' . ' t' . ,leIss trail ,'t r .r :;,,r A t .,f t" u, ' of M ar -' . 1.. 'J , ri'he J r., ! i , , i -,1.t r. (,. :.r t, v A t tl.c. r l' :i .1,,r'. Of ccr ,h"r.' .I J' u :i . V. I' . '. I,, " t r 'l i Itr . 1 1;. TALLULAI.H, 1.,. TL-'S'U Q- . -MAI:rcCH 3, 1917 LEVEE BILL PASSED The flood control bill, contrary to ex pectations, has passed the senate and the immaterial amcndimc:lts proposed in that branch have been concurred in by the house. The passa.:e of this measure means more to this scct.ion than any legi:lation ever proposed. The satisfaction felt by the people is unbounded, for everyone appre-! ciates the fact that with control of the floods of the Mississippi will come an era of prosperity for the alluvial sections hereto fore unknown. Rea...

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. — 3 March 1917

" an Eastman t isn't a Kodak i~fit •OG :.- - - complate line of Kodaks and Brownie sfromn $1.25 to $!7.50 ;al attention is called to me New "They'rc Autographic. Prices $7.50 to US YOUR FIIMS TO IE[D[VELOPED ping ' .i printing done on the premises g and [-rice list of printing on request LULAN DRUG CO., Ltd. I . . . . LO. IS. ANA JI's I AM crODNG TO) 2 THE CLASSIEST PIC.TUR E SHOW -. Ir;TO WN AND ) FIND OUT! IVRIC THEATER': ture Program for Next Week . day 15 & 25 Cts. : ,"IRE DESTROYING ANGEL" I Five-Part K. E. S. E. Feature o featuring M3le Trunnelle and Marc Mac Dermott -ednesday 2t & 15 CLs. t "EAST LYNN[V A Fox Feature featurl.4, Theda Bara RIDAY 15&25Cts. * "LOV['S LARIAl" Delightful Blue Bird Photoplay : WIlth Hlrry Carey and Oli'e idcler Golden A Card to Owners Rural Telephone Lines Fe are anxious to see that all lines owned by parties and connected with us are kept in such l lines require a thorough overeauling occa Ily if the best s Irvice is to be obtained. 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. — 3 March 1917

United States Must Avoid Being Drawn Into Trade War at End of Hostilities Br JAMFS A. FARRELL Praeidet n ned Stale S5tel Corporation It : . ,Ifr' tlu' " i Whether the : I nit," X 1 a nitn, r ' : rn Ilterna' no(:l.ri 11.: k . :, ' . ..r. .r ! , 1 f future w r, . 1! is ý ý_ i , ': uI ' .l t1,) re ,. \ ", -'4(:. .,' r -,. .1 . : , .l .'". 7 I "" " ' ' ý .t'' 1" , T'. % " , , :'., 1 . I' "1' . ; i I' .I - //"rtv"ý'ý ri ,i ,. .., l') .: , - -trv- S ,rti , Ir ',o " ,, - ihi ; 1i, -. r, -i-t - IIon a ' " o) t to I: 1 ie" 71 pi ix it. I , - . o r. itie . a:ii Iill tt1he b r,-it .Srp'1 i j.r' must . .f .:: r rv t, be qu k a I , ' . ,; , . ii._ , , '. t i.i grr atlv o f;,rle h t :. n' t r-ir,  . ,,f ililt w, rl I o1 i t,. t ' oa ilie , t e: '. , . '-" , . f, r, -r n tral a th, :.1 , r th y l:1,ar to -i th. 1ir.r ui ly i i ry. t 3t: 11 iiine o ii !r Ft the irm irve of tti-'nulr r. .- f -hund t ~ a -im- I I, \ l:' ,1 111 .of- tll 1 "-111 11 1 0 11 ; :1111' If 1il ' (d'!lF. i it h, . 4Alt...

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. — 3 March 1917

amm thro re lyo Eyes Wei shac its te desirbble thrat asse;, for th re isat., ie ( the ;Glasses just as in le i leng A sp cia, feature of my h ad yaeice is to mlae up the piticular u y' in frarme and orountinz and to have t it ground the size nd l tow sade of Ienses thont u 'i!l T hy not allow me t as-  hap sist you to niair.ltain your pa1t individuality and grol th esirance by making th k~ wind of Glasses you turf are wiling to he seen in s l is well as to see with? pr i the S. J. FRA KS S the O'TItLý Ahot TALLULAH, LA. wil Istil thet to all th ý s .fry you had as many legs as a cen ede weN could still keep you Et siting with the best of socks. th Scourse this is a silk season so put your feet in right, pure silk $1; others at 5&)c. the pair. th regard to color. we have a big hi age of plain colors, but the West thing is stripes, which have on m back into fashion's arena. -e are agents for the nInter aea" Socki-Interwoven heel toe and guaranteed every pair. th k1-, and 50 cen...

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. — 3 March 1917

SOfl BEA rs aNd 1ShrbW Their Care anrd Cultivatior * ··c-; John D. Rockefeller and Many of the Richest Men and Women in the World Exhibited Their Flowers at the Tarrytown (N. y.) Flower Shnw THE FLOWER OF THE RICH It Is to b.e doubte,.e if any flower hln receiveed so titnl Iitteh tilon :ln i' ar from persons of gr*nt a wel'ithi thi. \*a as has the chrysunthe.irnll. .John Ii tRokefe.lle.r is .suposed to. the rihh eat nulru In th, o,,rll. 11e hai: nlevel spared any ety0pe.1se, tee prerecue,,, cerfec. floTwers, lhoeve.r exletiwr i el licey Ice In matters oef .orleoretiion econoll. is, Was ont of the eixhibiteorse at the. re cent flower show at Turrytwn. . N . Y. where ninny of the. wea.tltliicst rlmenl and women of the entire. world pitted their flowers uageainst onlit uluetihelr. And the man with ai billion didn't raise the btest flowe.rs at thatt. A won-. an who hatd cmnlparatlviely little money had the honor oef getting thet palmn for the rniost beautiful chrysan themums. HINTS I...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 March 1917

oo diek ro'Woork ti, En t eve*r, Women in this Condition Re gain Health by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. - Convincing Proof of This Fact. Ridgway, Penn. - "I suffered from female trouble with backache and pain in my side for over seven months so I could not do any of my work. I was treated by three different doctors and was getting discouraged when my sister-in-law told me how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had helped her. I decided to try it, and it restored my health, so I now do all of my housework which is not light as I have a little boy three years old." -Mrs. O. M. RnmEs, Ridgway, Penn. Mrs. Lindsey Now Keeps House For Seven. Tennille, Ga.--" want to tell you how much I have been benefited y Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. About eight years ago I ot in such a low state of health I was unal,le to keep house for three in be family. I had dull, tired, dizzy feelings, cold ftet and hands nearly I1 the time and could scarcely sleep at all. The doctor ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 March 1917

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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. — 10 March 1917

R THE MLADISON JOU NAL. 1: i TREE HRO .. Publisher s TALII'LAII. MA)ISON IARIII, . !() IAN., SA.IrAY . 1 11 I(III 10. 1 EW NI II'--,. . 1 II TABLE FAMINE ERS PREPARE TO MEET Si r UATION BY HEAVY ADVANCE t BUYING. "SEWIVES' LEAGUE AIDS hr Is Sid It Will Require Fine Gener aihip and Large Co-operation Dur Sdi Ing the Next Two Monhts To Hold Trenches Bravely Won. l I Ii Nw Orleans.- , The New Orleans tlousewi\s' h gue, which was aided by law in I .hting the high cost of living. has. neount-ered serious difficulty in the , aw of supply and demand. It will re- ni nuire fine generalship and large c operation during the next few monthl (p hold the trinches hrav, lv won. c The record fret.7.es killed most of P vetrttablel crops around thy- citiun-r '. The' allii:s na truck -ct tiolb . here the climnato is always warm by l mparison, fared heitter than other-. t the damnage to tihe growing trunck t as bitwwc-'n forty and fifty per cent. cps were alr-eady high, and thi n e lifted thm-in so...

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. — 10 March 1917

PRESIDENT AGAIN IS INAUGURAITE Woodrow Wilson Inducted Into Office of Chief Executive for Second Time. CEREMONY AT THE CAPITOL Proceedings Marked by Unusual Solemnity and Show of Patriotism Marshall Takes Oath as Vice Pres ident-Parade Is Imposing. By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington, Mlurc.h :.-Today, with all due ceremony anil solem.nity, Wood row Willon and T'hlru'ts It. Marshall were inaugura:te'id pres'idlent and vice president of the nit'rlted States respec tively, fir the sondii time. For sevrral algchts prior to the in suguration, \Vrshington was a flood of light. l'Thouslands of American citizens came to the capital of their nation from all over the United States to wit ness the ceremonies attendling the in suguratlon. The situation of the coun try in reference to Its foreign relations added more than a touch of serious ness and a distinct flavor of patriotism to the entire proceedings. Washington Is a city of flags at all times, but it became ten times a city of flags one day b...

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