ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Madison Journal, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,266 items from Madison Journal, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,266 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 March 1917

This Is a Thrilling Story of American Life as Strong, WEB OF STEEL Courageous Men Live It By CYR JS TOWNSEND BRADY and CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY. Jr. Author and Clergyman Civil Engineer CepYrltht by Fleming H. Revell Co. YOUNG BERTRAM MEADE LEARNS IN A FRIGHTFUL EX PERIENCE JUST HOW MUCH HELEN ILLING WORTH MEANS TO HIM The Martlet Construction Company Is building a grea:t interl1n ggIe bridge planned by Bertram Meade,. Sr., a falrnius ,nlin.er. liis gy, Bertram Meade. Jr., resident engineer at the bril~,., is in lose 'lth Helen Illingworth, daughter of Colonel Illingworth, presildent of Se company. Young Meade questioned his f:athr` judgment on the eaogth of certain important steel beams in the gigantic structure kt was laughed to scorn. lie still has private doubts, though out wrdly agreeing with his elder. CHAPTER II-Continued. -2 spite of herself the woman looked t now?" she whispered as he hes and then she turned her head fearful of his answer. am almost afraid to say it." he . lowe...

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. — 10 March 1917

The Madison Journal.I publiisted every Saturday morning.i George Spencer .... - Editor W. L. Rountree ............. Manager oil- Joyrnos of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee , la i,on Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. g pwId JeU. 10 19(i at Tallulah. La.. post office as second-' cliaseuil matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. The J ranl is not re. ponsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear i it s columns. TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917 There is a disposition on the part of the leadersof the great national parties to unite in the organization of HARMONIZING the next congress and IN CONGRESS to thwart themove of the five independent members to control the election of officers for the next two years. The most rabid party man will be glad to see such a plan succeed. At a time like this it would indeed be unfortunate for a handful of accidental misfits to dictate the make-up of the next congress. It is proposed that th lemocra...

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. — 10 March 1917

g an Eastman Isn't a Kodak AKS business )ur Fair have them ve found business e found t - rive our "foc. mnes of ýf foods complete line of Kodaks and Brownie ras from $1.25 to $17.50 pecial attention is called to the New rs-They're Autographic. Prices $7.50 to ANA. US YOUR fiMS TO BE'DEVELOPED eloping and printing done on the premises log and Price list of printing on request taker LLULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. and ULAH : : : . : : : LOUISIANA I E ENTIRE FAMILY ENrTOY A WELL SELECTED PICTURE on PROGRAM> ,iC. DLYRIC THEAITER Lure Program for Next Week : Monday 13 & 25 Cts. "THE ALSTER CASE" A five Part tssancy !m .Dryanit Walshb;rn and Ruth Stionhoulso ; 'Wednesday 25 &15 Cts. William Fox Presents * fl1A4Y fIALALRD qJ JU\; CWPRICE in I "CAPRICE Of THE MOUTAINS" ,' FRIDAV 15 & 25 Cos. A Delightful Blue Bird Photoplay "BETlINA LOVED A SOLDIER" nltrodudchl Three Blue Bird Strs LOUISE LOYELY. FRANGEUlA BILLhttTO9N arARUPERT JIULAN A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines e are anx...

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. — 10 March 1917

Woman Must Be Her Own Guide New ierk.-Daring the ebb tide of fashlons is the time to plan one's com paign In clothes. There may harve been days on this continent wheln a woman could have gone along without confusiop, bought one or two of the new things offered by the dressmnakers and worn them with *, renilty patil the following season. But today there Is dire confusion con cerning clothes in the minde of nmost women. Few are strong enough to rise above it, and not Inraiy a:re suf ficiently poised to disregardl the per plezities that confront every woman who Is attempting to dress either on a small or a large Income. Dressmakers have sprung up like mushrooms; importers who were once content with sending clothes from Paris twice a year, now feel it necessary to Import them by every boat, and standing orders are left by them with the French houses to send over anything that appears new or is designated as such. This may not be true of all the cen tersn of, erican life., but it Is cor ...

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. — 10 March 1917

to not C. Prii which Mai Are YOU? Eyes quain Dressed? It's quite desiral , that oou should look ,:l in Patte lasse, for ther, . style who in Glasses ju-t as in clothe ". eali' A special feature of my ness-I service is to ,e up the particular ,er in frame his st or mountino and to have it ground the size and Th sh de of lenses that will posed be most becoming to you. Pren Why not allow me to as sist you to maintain your jof b individuality and good appearance by making the kind of Glasses you heim are willing to be seen in dryd as well as to see with? S. J. FRANKWS mea OPTICIAN cons TALLULAH, LA., an e Easl Iieven brim T cont o r feet in right, pbusi 336 S the pama " .attE ... jord< If you had to many legs as a cen- bi adi tipede we could still keep you host range of plain colors, but the newest thing is stripes, which have come back into fashion's arena. We are agents for the "Inter woven" Socks-lnterwoven heel sad toe and guaranteed every pair. 0, 36, and 60 cents. arer &...

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. — 10 March 1917

rs and thrbIb Their Care and Cxltivatior Wri 1,41 ' s vj· -4.ý AiuO :.. -'. -"1 -.~~ . , A Beautifully Thought-Out Garden. WORKING IN THE SHADE By ELIZABETH VAN BENTHUYSEN. There is hardly I :r :rdl r n ]l.th .tf any size thut dle' - 1 - .,t ee- . ,,e 'it that rslhret th.e I arek ef n ie.h rlyI bacphelr' hl a ld whti ,-n the h:ir hal. startel, to point toward flit- wlil:alltili ty of plurleoh:'ing a ai t-eIle. . .l a I ." finds these't hll " l s ,tl s ullhl r thle -haI'e of trees, or \i helre i ,ur1 halc, little chane. to mnake its intluene' felt. It is what lhight he eRt!l.ed l "back yard" effI(ct. hPeeause. the shady nook l pec'uliarly the prope rty ofl the hak yard. Early In the mrtrinu and late' in the afternoon the sunI takes ta pel'ep ander the branches of the trees. At other times the' ulbrelhalike big fel lows keep the ground free from the lIfe-making rays. Early In the spring,. before the leaves come, the hare spots are sure to have some sun. That i the signal to phlnt ...

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. — 10 March 1917

tarrh for Years Thre No Relief B ttle medicine for it. but they did me no good. In reading one of Dr. Hart pFsJNA man's books entitled 'Winter Catarrh. I discovered that Peruna was good for catarrh. After I had taken only M ade three bottles of Peruna I was cured : of the catarrh. I now advise every body troubled with catarrh to take Dr. ;M e Hartman' Peruna. as it is a sure "Friends to whom I recommend Pe S rtunat tell me that it is also good fr headache. dizziness, and pain in the r. Elf Lefevre, Jr.. 854 Brush stomach." I Detroit. Mich. writes: "I had Those who object to liquid medi troubled with catarrh for a num- cines can now procure Peruna Tab at vears. and had been taking lets. o is year ind had been ta'arber ats an a I Ultadntalce. D FRIEND TO WOMEN; it's What Mount Pleasant Lady Says Cardui Is and Tells What It Did for Her. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.-"As a girl I u always well and hearty," says rs. M. E. Rail, of this place. "I ive always been accounted healthy. I over felt any t...

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. — 10 March 1917

PLOT UNCOVERED TO KILL WILSON FRITZ KOLB. A GERMAN RESERV IST ARRESTED-PAPERS IN HIS ROOM SEIZED. BOMB INGENIOUSLY MADE Kolb Was Terrified When Pt."e Broe in Upon Ham, Reccvrs H.r Coe' posure Quickly. Taiks Cso r.y But Somewhat Defiantly. Iloboka,. ; . in. . gid plot cle ni-t .. .1 Frirtz Ko:!) i il rrll:. roo" acctru : - r I t: 'li n . Iklb t a l l l : V. .1 . i: t . :t ", n o r .' ". o hay,. r~, . , in Ris room. ae. . _ a p Kio. l bd h,. " a. , 1 .. anV r had .io ) o(( tr.,,, U.ii( r t,, r . . Kolb,  question' ....r ;: at .r. headquarte.rs. h1.r,.. ~- .aid i' hi \,- (,,: fessed he con-l, .r e-l aL;I .II- 1:. l.':, - ident's lie. ] d I l at !.i ..p , i . p 11 the Black Torn 1land a.:..i :',: ,: I 'jn inforl atfion <l, r d (i t a.l , l.a. bee.n i a* K(olb r1', t,"iv., air. - ed two I)th* r nie"i, un. hi r1. Ian(! e., In Jersevy i l , anll d hr,iuah' l!le.ni tI, po:iee ih, adiuarters a. all,-g. 1 ;r r',i plices. According to nlillmhrs of th. N, \i York bomb squad thi. two ...

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. — 17 March 1917

THE MADISON JOURNAL. R TNrREE BROS., Pblihers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARC('ll 17, 191 NEW HERIE,.-VO.NI,. 5i5 BERNIA AWARDED 400,000 OF NOTES ISIANA NATIONAL BANK OF BATON ROUGE GETS $50,000 ASCENSION 188UE. ASCENSION BUILDS ROADS Plkce Jury Has Appropriated $25,000 Out of Its Budget For Work and State Highway Department Will Contribute Another $25,000. Baton Rouge. The Hibernia Bank of New Orleans was awsrded $400,000 of notes, to be floated by the state penitentiary, over a numbe.r of competitive bidders. The award was made by Henry Fuqua, general manager of the penitentiary. The bark bid par, accrued interes.t an I a premium of $4,000. The peniten tiary reserved the option of red.eem ing the notes at any time after Jai tary 31, 1918. The Ascension parish pollce Jury awarded a $50.000 bond issue for good roads to the Louisiana National Hank of Baton Rouge, which bid par and a premium of $2.250. The parish will spend $100.000 on the Ascension link o the Je...

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. — 17 March 1917

TORPEDO WITH BRAINS AND ITS INVENTOR K . . . .. L........... . _ , i1 . 1 r \ 1 1 II . V., ,  1. ." S,. x 1 . 1 :11.  ,1*..r .! to . ... BALTIMORE BELLHOPS Pr PARE FOR WAR VINCENT ASTOR OFFERS YACHT TO GOVERNMENT "i: " , 1', " l i , ,, l: . - . hi t ih ,, , ,,1 1 ' 1 1'1i1,, h1 : \, . l : :tiu u y lrht f , inral fur thl l , kitl if h ir . uIT. \II, r. t t . f . t. llI it . iv nt pit Itu r :I batut r hf lhruuiri'hn.rit - il 1 ,e bo it<, i " lli ... "t runu' 1 . it '" i ..... , r l { ,' I l ' ,*'·l· ' , ,'.' - ·]! ".i , . ' . , I { ., t ' , . . .. X ;· T I, " ' 'I ' I 'l { .t l I \' ' ] 4 {'I II,: .':l']zt ,',"ht f~ lh, :l-kilz if thi , '*,,,r .l~, · h· ,' ~ h ,,.,It ,l v l ,lX ,r d ~ r ,,il.l'li ,i]1 l rl I,: l zl Ii I:\ ,r ,v x~ l ,:,, h , . ! l l,', :hl. : 'l . ,  ,u l h, l', i ,zl.'h l d"" [ t ,f lxt r |,t ~li.hll{,. ' L:.;, IR BE1*'I'\ {,EAR ,,R ,,W A1, ',:' ELABORATE DUGOUT OF GERMAN OFFICERS l~l;'~;YC"" - . t r An omcial photograph saliunng an elaborat...

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. — 17 March 1917

WEB OF STEEL By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY FATHER AND SON Ceoyright by Fleming H. Revell Co. YOUNG MEADE MAKES A DISCOVERY WHICH TERRIFIES HIM AND HE TRIES TO SAVE MANY LIVES Thb, M:trtl.t ('on-tru io ', I,:H i I :j , . natio r , l br ,l , tprlann, d b, l..'i rt : I ,:,,. n: : .... . , . His ,,r, I:,rtr:u .,n 1, M ,. Jr.. r,.- l.:, , . !. love wih Ii.*b n 1 , Ili ntarh. *,L u._.tr oII id e n t ,o f t h ., 1ru!,,. ,: .,,,., :. 1 i . bri tI,* is ." ,rmne n, h, ' ]! , :, ' .ý :,',",,, r ,' !.. , . ment .,n the .r& r th tf ,:,::t at. is Al~ ,ts rt. :r ., r, . !, hl . . , . to st , 'ch-tru, i ti , fc..ri:, r , t : .. .. i.. , CHAPTER IV-Continued. -3- B ut M ea':I ,e w a = o ,,t of !th hoIm <.. It was sunnmier :iandi tlhe sun.l had rset. Ibut the long twilight of the hizth latit;leI still lingered. Belfore hint rose th,- gi gantic structure of thre ridrge. For all its airiness it looked as sul,"tantial as the Rock of ;ibraltar. and it looked ven more substantiatll if lpo. ile'. a0...

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. — 17 March 1917

The Madison Journal. Publisheda every Saturday morning. George Spencer ....... . -Editor W. L. Rountree .............. Manager O ficial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board. Madi.,n, Parish Schnol Board and Village of Tallulah. Eneretd Jan. 10 19443 at T;.!!ulah. La.. post ofl:ce as second class mail rr.atter und..r A't of (',nnress of March 3. 1879. The J urnl is not r,'s',,r,-i,:,' for tlhe views and opinions of correspondents, which may ap;pear i it- columns. TAiIUl. Ii, ;A., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 Influence is bh-ino tbrought to bear on the governor to call an extra session of the PROPOSED EXTRA SESSION general assem bly to convene during the ensuing summer. Two proPaoiions have developed that, in the minds of certain interests, make the step appear advisable: to amend the law i so as to ima.a s.:bject to assessment the stock of national I)anks, which unde:' present I statutes it seems is not subject to taxation; 3 to amend the law in regard to the widow's I ...

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. — 17 March 1917

Are Your Eyes well J ressel? s It's quite desirable that r you should look well in Glasses. for there isstyle f in Glasses just as in i clothe. A special feature of my service is to make up the particular style in frams or mounting and to have it ground the size and shade of lenses that will Why not allow me to as sist you to maintain your individuality and good appearance by making the kind of Glasses you are willing to be seen in as well as to see with? S. J. FRANKS S OPTICIAN TALLULAH, LA. 'o If you had as many legs as a cen tipede we could still keep you running with the best of socks. Of course this is a silk season so to put your feet in right, pure silk at $1; others at 50c. the pair. In regard to color, we have a big range of plain colors, but the newest thing is stripes, which have come back into fashion's arena. We are agents for the "Inter woven" Socks-Interwoven heel and toe and guaranteed every pair. 30, 35, and .50 cents. Warner & Searles Co., Vicksburg, Mississipp...

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. — 17 March 1917

SINDIGEST10, GAS ORSICKSTOMACH Time it! Pape's Diapepsin ends all Stomach misery in five minutes. Do Bom' fur'!' you oat hit It ak taste good. but work hadl : r;, :,lt into stubborn luni , .. :,1 : : . . sour, :,;ssvy strln' . `NS .I1: r M rs l'Y l,,.lpt Ir j,.r ti. ! .. , notIatii;; ' ritO " never w a ) .. •. , ro rtairn}ly f,. t v,", .1, :1,, , i, badly your st''; , . ,. will gut h;.,: . , . i:., f. but what r... ,:. I it 5trength r,. :r.l r,:.". . ti, acth so y l tn anl:.; i r Without ,'r. Youl tuu , ! ui!.' : iti; a:s t,.i'. Y on , to .. ! r, - : . ,. ,00 .1"i .. ing.-lO ,-rt, , . , II i , . , I , Co it r,-' I?::, " h, r :t.' w.n1 t: + , you (evi' r rntiil,., by Jett.Ltr ,:: t1f.: . cunt as," of r':,;c': . I,:0, . , .! :: r,; :,:.V store. You reailizei inll t .:;tlt ' !.i ." neeidllss it is to su!'.r frcar , il I-.: -" tion, dyspepsia or bad stto,', h. Aiuv. i Knew the Game. e11 H I" '. I li, hi l -h: ,: .:l.1_ '. l' I', i 11 1' 1 hII 11l, , I:,, ,, r '1, 1" ' " , I'..i f .e ...

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. — 17 March 1917

S_ CASTORIA et Contents 15Fluid Drachm. at t For Infants and Children. -Mothers oiw That Genuine Castoria ALGOROL-3 PER GENT AVeqetabkfeparatioainiý .Always similatinghereood byR1 itingthe5>oma lawe a Bears the T heretyProbmoatindestn Signature 1 CheerfulnessandRest.fain neither Opium, Morphine n o f )Mineral. NOT NARCOTI A( y r A w i ass d I * AhelpfulRemedyf o Use Constipation and Diarr o and Feverishness and Loss or SLEEP F e Sirlt'of For Over FacSimile signated T -- Thirty Years NEW YORK. CASTORIA act Copy of Wrappe, ,,, O.u ,,....pu, . am n o". Invented by Howe. Dr. B. F. Jackson, Celebrated Phys ian, hsil 'i e'd In tfo ieeit.rit% lii fi ewt'ou pre eriptin for fe, :iall. Itreihl,h.. Now sold uneirr lith. lli+tn of " enei nnlln ." Oldest Marble Quarry. '41 11,' 11 '< . l I4 rl 1(n lrl· irarryl}" ' . e rlle, ,l :bIl, t 17:,.. .4'till i, bl int u,, - eratse Iro.iti;lllY. Anticipated Eyesores. . - :1- iii! tih .l - I ,l hint 11: l, tt- r" mP } ,li . " itt i , 1 ,t' entl. T ...

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. — 17 March 1917

ARE MADE RICH BY SEA EXPLOIT Three American Heroes Get $25, 000 and Thanks of British Salvage Court. THEY SAVE DESERTED VESSEL Deed is Hailed as One of the Most : Courageous in British Maritime History-Stick to Seagoing Tug After Tug Quits. - London.-Three American sea he roes sailed for home recently with $25. 00J and the formal thanks of a British I salvage court as their reward for one of the most courageoUs exploits in t British maritinme history. They are Bob Fergusson of .an Francisco aInd Tonr Welch and John Smith "of the t U. S. A." By a sudden impulse they pledge'l themselves to stand by one' another and the seagoing tug Vigilant of New\ York. Battling one of the tiercest gales the Atlantic ever has known, the trio refused all aid and brought their doughty but sadly punished craft safe Into Cardiff. Had Rough Trip at Sea. t! Fergusson told his story to a United % Press reporter as he left the salvage court hearing, a man of independent ( means. "We ran into a rough patch o...

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. — 24 March 1917

THE MADISON JOURNAL. R lsl, l (U .,l~ Pubhlishersr T \ lI, I I \III.L 1, \.l)IN)(Iý( I'\11;I.II. I,(,I I(MI\ \ -1 <1 'l1'1l) 1, I Ill I; º "1º \+', iý u'\ OLTISUCCEEDS Duke Michael Made Re nt--Ouna in Contrcl. : WITCH IS NEW RULER Aided RP~vo!ution-ts in Ovr-" ing the Governmnct - 500 rsons Rcported ,lair, Dur ing the Fighting at P trograd. \i II t '.. . . . , Czar Gives Ut Thion r 1 1 . l 1 ' 11 ' " 1 1 , i 411' !. ".... :'.o!' br ... tet' , ,re ate, s t;ii, l i, ' .4 I l, i . . t'. tee t i 1i'rlii on .... i i"t , I.it .. t :' . . i.e. ' 11 i l'l l l.' ir ' ci 'i"' 1 11i '1 :r pm a i!,I poptIltr rGivesulti )iic Ittis Itee'e'i "lt ' huir u.i'tI '1 ', t .e-!, h t, ' I " 'i ",1111 ! i,t, h ,, C," 1" rnlteulliril. Yh e w itic :e sell-ti tiC itlit · tie ' i4 aJo re y ':I f !. l ',. 11t .1:\' tr'c" 'lt' il I eI;"it (I tttllthlet'4 2m441 5Ujij444r o 'f I tein tf.~e is;t.; 11 : 1 11:1.ie I i r· lr 1. A i i, "'! l11" po_ 'ula tl ' rv l t io n el i n t.,.ii i ll he nith thr u 1 vnr atin...

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 March 1917

TO CONDUCT N 3TALE WORK ..+ . i t , .., , tioe ofl NESBIT AND HIS POEM I . . !" r . oeer. i I --i - fiji ,. ,- i o an, .. , I," . r , : ," lJr t  .l l .re r." re .. , i In t.ihe r"V; .eIt th. wer!: o "f tie fr rt trier ,i !, t 1e ." . r. I lit of li, . lN 'hit,' p. s n is far nil : i ,." . Vl ithout enterrun i eo ii Jihe itt igin of l, Ir,. n , ili•i te e :. i re""l will, r i rth 'e.r r ,io n , ,l .o . arl ". 'h, ii .'" The first tetanzu cay Lee quete+d: "Youe r Halt+:,nd . ,tin-y t'. " : Anil hiw it tlie,, toil:,y ' r" I, four 1e ie tt l r.il' i "te .teul h:lf a tirerb l :iw y! The is -r !il und oI -reie lTh. e a ri lie- errev-r e:.an : S, ,it:wihit'e" a e.ri e i. utli e iThe geee fPret',,leh-rf' eire:e, n. Sky-hl ie iel trur',iel e. ,' h ti tt : t o e : -:lt : .iiht The. gurl-ri gutieon of tle eiiy. . sh.leit.hr h h ; e * ttri, t." Mtr. Neriet ler %aiere way known 71y on4 ee f .irP A irieri'ts ferertioit tntrlttzine tiel lleelt i :.l ehe , Yen a lrillt, -" I t+lllý llly to t-e i...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 March 1917

EB OF STEEL By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY and CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY, Jr. Author and cergyman Civil Engineer Conprisht by Flemian H. Reler Co. FAMOUS ENGINEER LEARNS THAT HE MADE THE BIG MISTAKE OF HIS LIFE AND MANY LIVES MUST PAY THE PENALTY. , b"e 1 'h itl'r (',.tl.truc 'tik, C me panIly is putting up a glr .nt I.intrI bridg," I:f1li d biy Brtrain M.aa'U , r., fu ' tIr 1'uo . ;. . I1s Bertrlin M\ anl. .Ir.. a r.-idtt.t .nin.".r at th, ',ri l. . I, .. t ,i orth. daugihter iof C(.lon. 'l llliii\ v rth, hi'nt of Ii. I .,al trulti oi y. :ltl tti.y .,ill marry as .st a, the hrt.lg' . i- "t.ph.1.t"4d. TIh.' e-igili i a ilr -utioa l t his fathl. r ja'TaIrtn rt nil ta' .1' ar .'th 'of i l"portant airdnl r -, bllt w' la- h ig d l t. HIliat I ii I t alt . 'rl .b'h"n the bride' sull en1y colluy ..d . wa it- h h. att . Ia"" ""f lif'. CHAPTER VI. tiI,!d Sdhin't The Failure. "N. te of himself ardd his confidence crnack bridge, Abbott felt a little un- "'Y e next morninig. At lettotn hie a hlit...

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 March 1917

The Madison Journal fbUlshed every Saturday morning George Spencer ....... _...... ................ ......... Edito W. L. Rountree ... ....._ .....Manage Oficial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District LtAv Buard. hadionn Parish School Board and Villae of Talhile Bn'ered Jan. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., poet office as seconc class Mall matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 187; The J urnal s not responsible for the views and opinion of corresp'ndents, which may appear in its column, TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 191' LABOR WINS Not many years ago there was agitatior in this country of the question of govern. inent ownership of the railroads. The citi. zens of socialistic ideals were strenuous in their demand that the federal government take over the railroads by purchase, while the more conservative members of the union opposed the scheme with vigor. Since that time an almost imperceptible change that has culminated in governmental regulation of freight rates followed by th...

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