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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 April 1917

THI MADISON JOURNAL. ,,r fr IT~ ,Plnlh, MTAA[,ON MPlANPARISH, LOUI'ISIANA, SATURDAY, AiIL, 14, 191"_ . NEW ERiI,=E ! . .5 NO. 1 as JgOuwrisrrj nil Ff. r uvna' ia N WARNS "' @1 safe AENS IN WAR PROCLAMATION Calls Upon American con To Support Measures of ser Government. tn wh SWho Fall to Conduct Themselves his Prsperly Are Liable to Restraint a; and Other Penaltio-Execeu- of tive Calls for Volunteer an for Both the Navy ar and Army. th Washington, April 7.-The president in Friday signed a proclamation for- or ally declaring a state of war be- I een the United States and Germany. n the proclamation he called upon or ercan citizens to give support to measures of the government. Text of War Proclamation. al( The war proclamation issued by th dent Wilson is as follows: Jo "Whereas, the congress of the Unit States. In the exercise of the con tutional authority vested In them, ve resolved by joint resolution of a senate and house of representa- e bearing date this day, 'that a ate of war...

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. — 14 April 1917

UNCLE SAM'S BIGGEST ARMY AVIATION SCHOOL "I* \ 'I ' 1 , ¼ 1 1 :~ ; lr x i I ~ J : ~ ! ( i:ar ý -' ' ., j. ""am%.."! *\ "i\ ¼ , : -r ' I.1 1 " '..'. -.I. ' - 1- " , -l.. :. . .. . . .l ..1.1 1. . .'  .I. :ý .. . - " "I 1 ', 14~ " ""." • .' . . ,. A  . -. A. S r * '' •Z~I .· ,a , •. . ?;..,',,. : . . . . ." .. .. . . , , , . VJ,.. ..i: %.: "~ p " " ; " '" " . . ... ...... ·l,," GIRI.$ LEARN TO SHOOT. l.'ort. 1t1en Ilts Iin n Nerw Yerk 1~ctlleel feer .etli.g I hlIeh :lre, hIelnrninrlg heei te hatieIh, ii rflle. T1'he itingi hndly In the lleture Is taklne . i kn liee'llt lilll. WARNING OF GAS ATTACK . . a  NEW DEATH-DEALING RIFLE •The lti..oni. rilet. the ait't dt'ath-cl-:Ier to icick. Its 'iccrc ccc. 'hmTi, tioni ofi tlihe rifle is similair to i ush ci tlie' t ii' arliin' Iteri.. ,e . lit' firing Ie Fgcillon' Ifther thel. Itlic is ftllt hril th he' re1f1('lctig 'jl i t'llc'. I.'The maIl:lrkim:ln is erouchei t far bhelo thi'. i'tii' of the tre'ih. his entire hIlc he...

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. — 14 April 1917

WEB OF STEEL By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY FATHER AND SON Copyright by Fleminl H. Revell Co. • m • n nn in nn m m in n nn n IERT MEADE'S FRIENDS LOSE TRACK OF HIM WHEN HE GOES WEST, CHANGES HIS IDENTITY AND GETS A JOB. BUT THEY SET OUt TO PROVE HIM BLAMELESS OF THE BRIDGE DISASTER II.r"rtri Mn! l,.i Sr., pil n n :n1r1.c a.i,: ',r '._: ` ,r ,!," . r:1 C`onstru;* 1 "f1 m'""illl'is n . Ill< ý "II.II:"'t' r:t :l to1, : "t,. .:'. r ý,.- . * - acer it iii* Iriil. "r: 'n lri l 1 . ( In i f i Illin.%W rT hI h.: ,f th. M atrtl ,',t . , . fr.. n : I: wh'ln tlhe bri -hE I ei tl . , .til "i 1 1 ."I . h::,l ,t -',, Ihi fat ll r ': n.tull ti n I but 1 a tl-*' I : Th ' r. * , L11 ' .th public. taking :all Iblah *" f,,r th,, :1 , 'i" ~ Th.- , ,' .r" i- hb ' .u !, . Shurtlff,', a faithful ..11t *..r,'tary. Y \.u ": . tM.. !.. ',I a :, :,.. l ., pr,,t. . t hi; fath,.r'. l rof°'--. l : b: h . .r a - "h, , ,.F..T. I* ,, :, . v l IlIl-.l amn l n li aultl o r'.. CHAPTER XI-Continued. -7 A g:ain tth trai...

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. — 14 April 1917

The Madison Journal, Published every Saturday morning George Spencer ........................ ..Edito W . L. Rountree ........... ........ .............M anage Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Leve lard, Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulat Entred Jan. 10 1991 at Tallulah, La., post office as second class mail n.atter under Act of Congress of March 3. 187I The Jurnal is not responsible for the views and opinion of correspondents, which may appear ;I its columns TALLULAH, iA., SATURDAY, APRIL, 14 1917 Work that vacant spot of land in the d y time and talk patriotism after hours The government may call for two mil lion boys to enlist in working in the field Now who says Sherman did not know wha he was talking about? It is too serious to be a joke-- this sug gestion from government experts-that th4 south raise her own food for the current year. The stage of the river above gives the promise that unless there is a heavy rain. fall in the upper valleys wi...

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. — 14 April 1917

Y'D IAD YOU'D BEENABLE g4 NOW TO WATCN RE S Youf Y WHISKERS as h4 GCr ROW YRIC THEATRE ture Program for Next Week * oday 15 & 25 Cts. five Part Vitagraph Blue Ribbon feature WHOM THE GODS DESTROY eaturing Alice Joyce. Harry T. Morey and Marc MacDermott ednesday 25 &15Cts. I SHOOTING OF DAN McGREW " featuridg Edmund Breese RIDAY 15&25 Cts. " THE GILDEDI AGE " With Alice Brady .'..*.. ....********* ... STALUON "BOURBON HEMP" BOiURBON HEMP-1788 DAM MAY BRENT-4607 - STUD tEE $15.00 is Stallion is Offered to the Public. N. SCnREGLEMAN, Ashly, La. SHOES Dainty pumps for dress occasions, lawn prty, dance or indoor wear. Our shoe stock for women is larger and more diversified than ever before. If you don't seethe kind you want, ask for them. MAX LEVY AND COMPANY TALLULAH. LA. R SALE Egsfrom Ringlett's Barred Rock Chickens at $1.00 for a setting of fifteen eggs. .ick growth there are none better. They lay summer and winter .YIREET POILTRY YARD, TALLULAH, LOUISIANA, MRS. R. L R...

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. — 14 April 1917

BUSINESS MEN UNDERGOING VOLUNTARY MILITARY TRAINING ,,."..,, w. . .•." f . md h,.rwý, >w,,n ". ... , i r 1 , . at ('.v0rii~r'- I iI t . ii MACHINE GUNS IN AMBUSH ON THE FRENCH FRONT * r ," e 4 1 ' .* ... > ý , -.. 4wý .ý .tt •. 5ll.t iii tta. Ii miI thei ii i bm . I in " l' Ia a laa have |ight i';i \i º. ean mither side over which the peculiar little engineas, oine of %hlmh Is showana lhere, trnllrt .supplties t, thie trIencihes. SOLDIERS ENJOYING A SWIM t This stone wmlingtini ttnk was built 1y thi. Ziounave, two mniles in the rear of the trencheits. UNITED STATES SUBMARINE TENDER .. . The Tallahassee. it sulbmarine. tender, type ofl the Unlted States navy's floating submarine bases. SCRAPS Australia bhoatst of the tallest trees grown on British soil. Wood suitable for the mnanufacture of matches has been disc, vered in the eastern part of the count y. The streets of two citi s in Ireland are paved with marble- Armagh and Etlkenny. Harold K. Goodrich of Benson. Vt.. ecetly ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 April 1917

INENT BANKERS C'OME OUT FOR TANLAC Well-Knowfn Bankers of the South Volun. Write Strong Letters of Indorsement to flac Office at Atlanta on the Same Day What It Had Done for Them. ARCIH ; i r- r,, o !,,I t I nkrs in two suh states .. . .. . - iTerv 1 , 1 I o,ý;r mor III r . expt' l- " h %rltlýs" ation ,t t!:, , ' , l ha w.. a. pr,,n hy their ,r, n ex,. for T:. bl ' :, II j1 . * fHtnr . rlil'-' I- ,"r '' he Banik nel Tri-: , T: Me of theil h I T ni1! ltiens in 1ht i.rt "I the s letter follows, just au it lie. (eorgi:,. Mart h 5. 1917. 8 F. Willis. ATl:utm , , orzi:',. Fa i , Sir: Ir. F. .I. I!,* i , Ire-i d the Hawkinmr\lh. I: i :anl n it Ci'ompany, (Clnm inrtl ttly .are il y 1ls ago and said: it sell me another I.,t tl,r of Tan Sauid 'All tight. dMr. li r : t Jou really think of Talu.,-e"' Ili< C . :s so connendable l It he vir e _ f (,I muediecinte, that I a-Iel, hitm y  ri l givee l e il sigIn',l staI e shout it. lie s:ild 'ye.. ~f ,,I ' R'nr s ' and thl is l. hi. st ,!e ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 April 1917

AUSTIRIA-HUNGARIA SEVERS RELATIONS IT IS GENERALLY UNDERSTOOD THAT A DECLARATION OF WAR WILL FOLLOW. PASSPORTS ARE ASKED FOR Immediately Afterwards the Treasury Department Ordered the Seizure of All Austrian Merchant Ships in American Waters. Washington.--Ranging herself an reservedly with Germany, Austria Hungary has severed diplomatic re lations with the United States, pre. cipitating a situation which generally is expected here to lead to war. Baron Erich Zweidinek, the Aus .trian charge, asked the State Depart- C ment for passports for himself, his staff, and the Austrian consul force in this country; and, simultaneously, American Minister Stovall reported from Berne that Austria had announc ed the break in relations to the Amer- H ican embassy in Vienna. Immediately the Treasury Depart- A ment ordered the seizure of all Aus- m trfan merchant ships in American Si harbors. T'he Austrian crews were pt taken off and sent to Immigration sta tions, and Americans guards put on p' boar...

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. — 21 April 1917

THE BMADISON JOURNAL noFREE BROS., Publihers TALLULAHI, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, .\ I'U i 1, 191 NE EIE'S--4) SRAGES PLAN erl The HOME GARDENS e fen NRIE RIDGE CONCERN WILL OWATE 10,000 CBBAGE the PLANTS. ma tor BLE FOOD SHORTAGE Mr . piductive Capacity of Real Es- n" 1 Men and Allied Interests tm guald UL Sufficient If Properly orl Used To Stop Waste. sa New Orleans. Impetus was given to ,lthe move for l stve food production in New Or bas, when the Metairie Ridge Nurs- pr «y Co., through its president. Harry o` papworth, announced it will donate tic 1,000 cabbage plants to Orleanians  igrg to grow vegetable' crops on vaL o oat lots with in the city limits. of This offer follows that of the Inter- ar .ete Land Co., developers of Sixth th grict subdivilions, of all its unsold s4 eLa, rent free, for garden pruposes. -apressig upon the public mind the ti: --libility of a food shortage on ac- wi asat of war, the Real Estate Board sa da maintain an active campaign fot N, =...

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. — 21 April 1917

WEB OF STEEL By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY and CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY, Jr. Autbor a.d ergamna C~v Enger c..oylea by 1 IL R...l C. TRY AS HE WILL TO CONCEAL HIS EXPERT KNOWLEDGE OF ENGINEERING, MEADE FAILS AND PROMOTION COMES TO HIM RAPIDLY AT THE DAM Following the e'llnpse of a great hridge which liai f:ath.r. t n!1,tled enggln#r. had planned, and the old mllan' suddn ,,:&ath froltr d-l>Tr:ie and shock. ltertraln Meade takes the blame for tho' ,!Isa;t.r n hlih cost manyv Ilves and disappears| fromll his hhomne n N .~w Yoirk. II, goE' to the Southwest. gets a job under the rnaim of ,tbliertr s on 1uI Irrlintion darn proJe.et anail| makes good. Meanwhile l,-hIi i Illinlw.orth. Mendl,'s sweestheart. and ltodney. an olI frienrl. are quietly w\\,rkirig to ili.h r the young mlln'sw na nre l tol lelrnlll hl e r:llhriot. Th.'y are r ticularly inxious to gelt ipossessionl f ai Iltter writtn i. y tIhe ,.1,L r lMeade to assumel responl, ihllty fir ti, :.,,i"ld.ent. 'his Iipu r i sk.,r,.t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 April 1917

OUR FIRST NEED IS MEN FOR THE NAVY S* U ni 503t ga ,,.: I f tst ii i ,s I' l ill tinla ill N w, ,rk. SPEEDING UP NATIONAL GUARD RECRUITING O&ers of a National Guard regiment enrolling new mtotmbers as the regiment mobilizes in response to the presl e aIL TWO BRANCHES OF NAVAL SERVICE On the left is .i i ty lIth'er i'I the Inavy 'l. lld ,nI ti.he right a sergeantt in -marine corps. The petty .ottier is at seatnan gunner, as the bursting s 'I shown on his arm inllteate. 11ie has been in the submarine service years. 1% Is now on rec.riting scervice. The allllrilte are an army hill the Invy. They are the first to land i. an an nvasion. They hold the -pt-tation of being great fighters. COCHRANE YACHT NOW BRITISH CRUISER A ne ouwin ii 'I I% refh.t irk \\. 1 11. n .\ it :1k r eta:: bi <i h rain'. + lilt" jttt h't'. 't.i..... . ' i... e i h Pl.' - " .. i ii tt"d Itrtn a light cruiser. She i : 1 \ :.i. .t ,it . : .._ ; t lng. :m i w:1 built in 1914 att Trion. Scotland. for M,'r. "a11 ...

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. — 21 April 1917

The Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. G eorge Spencer ..........................................................E ditor W. L. Rountree ..................... .....Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Buard. ladisnn Pariah School Board and Village of Tallulah. Mnteted Jan. 10 1918 at Tallulah, La., post office as second elass mail l.atter under Act of Conigress of March 3, 1879. The J vurnal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear ih its columns. TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL, 21 1917. WHAT THE WAR MEANS The following item from Boston to the Vicksburg Herald, if true, will open the eyes of a large number of Americans who do not take seriously the war situation: "To show the 'deep hatred' which he asserted Germany has held against the United States former Ambassador James W. Gerard tonight disclosed facts which he said had been kept from the American people during the past two and a half years. He w...

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. — 21 April 1917

~'rv4 EY PRAMIDS 6 M O7 O on M AHEL hRO MTE O PICTURES ý Ie IitheI do, YRIC THEATRE i Program for Next Week i !o *E. 15 & 25 Cts. . i Pat Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Feature * B MY OffIGIAL WIFE E feat'ring Clara Kimball Young V 'esday 25 &15 Cts. 6. A. Rolfe Presents [EMMY WMIlN In Im W]ZN AWOMAN LOVES 9 in FRIDAY 15s 25Ct s. THEI[ DARK SILENE T featuring Clara Kimball Young G 0 0 ii I C STALULION "BOURBON HEMP" URBON KING-17M8 DAM MAY BRENT-4607 - STUD FtE $15.o- Stallion is Offered to the Public. N. SCHREGLEMAN, Ashly, La. dSHOES IDainty pumrp for dress occasions, lawa party, dance or indoor wear. Our shoe stock for women is larger and more diveniaed than evea before. If you don't see the kind you want, ask for them. MAX LEVY AND COMPANY TALLULAH, LA. SALE Eggs from Ringiett's Barred  ock Chickens at $1.00 for a setting of fifteen eggs. growth there are none better. They lay summer and winter -1,irT POULTRY YARD, TALLULAH, LOUISIANA, m- a. L .. ,ad. _ LfEV IARD FpSEEDIO S S a...

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. — 21 April 1917

WOMAN SICK TWO YEARS Could Do No Work. Now Strong as a Man. Chicago Ill.-"For about two years I suffered from a female trouble so I was unable to walk or do any 4f my own work. I read about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound in the news papers and deter mined to tr'" it. It brought almost im mediate relief. My weakness has en tirely disappeared and I never had bet ter health. I we.igh 165 pounds and am as strong as a man. I think money is well spent which pur chases Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "-Mrs. Jos. O'BRYAN, 1765 Newport Ave., Chicago, Ill. The success of L,"dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparallhled. It may be used with perfect eontidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflam mation, ulceration, irregularities, pe.ri odic pains, backache, bearing-down feel ing, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, and nervous prostration. I.ydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound is the stan dard remedy for female ills. U n iit , ! S 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. — 21 April 1917

0 FOR TANLAC ALMOST INCREDIBLE es at Dayton Unable to Supply Enormous acity Increased to Thirty Thousand Bot. .-- bealers and Jobbers Clamoring for It ts to be Established Throughout United rd Canada. tah people to have a little patience and we will soon be able ,u apply the d!emand for Tanlac." the message reently flashed from the offices of G. F. Willis, - ad Western d. tributor of Tanlac at Atlanta, Georgia. iws sent nut in response to the urgent telegrams, letters e phone call= which have been pouring into his offices from dales and drug jobbers from all parts of the South and West, that the dema:wl for Tanlac was greatly in excess of the Mt Mr. 'WillIs Said : 1-05 was brought about e asomus d1:enmnil fr the congested conditiofn c S ed almost eortain r tgrsted nation-whle r:ti- r would go into effct we c to keep our prin supplied by express. Sb d (1O1,00o.00¬) dollars for epress charges in a m Tens and Oklahoma aigM 1 Walr st TIP Speed. the mI Tanlac laborato Dayt, O , have be...

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. — 21 April 1917

FAMINE TO FORCE DEFEAT IN EUROPE Food Supply, Not Fighting, to Be Deciding Factor in World War. BURDEN PUT ON BRITAIN Must Provide for France and Italy Neutrals Suffer From Stringency Pestilence and Suffering in Many Forms Will Follow. l.,,ll,,ll.- E I h t. .l.petingr day of the .urrernt e.-irc tof puirli:iueit Adliral L.rd ('h:trh. it.re.ford male the elati 'I ..rva:ritni that If the war shcullld en till t'ie another lir :ellrl, . wouIlt stlltre f:airiin- In the face. ihe ditd lilt en Iti. hii v,,rd I of itl-il',".h Iun i" l ito the ('r.tntral Empire; It, l. poke of Eurolpe and included neutr:al a: %-ll eas the lelligerents of both ith.· . (Ine nieedi not go, f:r tilll iri th,, lays ti, fllnl m:lyIV th lchl lll tli n a t ri onsly llnei tel . pll lat i rll thlint lh' \liv. eaf st-lrvlanlln. E.iro,li i- th , - iulnd tin lt lilntelsively , 'lltivl 'te l , ant lent, proe.luing hm hrei than h:lif Ihi 'world's lheat. Its tcr.ctrinutr- of li' stock suliplli. maikes it far ai'n"y it...

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. — 28 April 1917

THE MADISON JOURNAL. gOUNTI~IRE I S)S., 'Publshers T ,I I -- - - II I I an (I and land dr elpm*mnt factor. o engilneer - - - - - - - - - - - MIEN HEEDING S FOR SERVICE ALTY OF THOSE HAVING BUS gES AFFAIRS CLAIMING AT TENTION IS SHOWN. IANY ARE RESPONDING SI. Powell, Chief Deputy Sheriff and TIl Collector of Vernen Parish, Writes He Will Answer Call Al gsh Not Financially Able. -- r Baton Rouge. Retposes to the call for the, organ batlin of the Lousiana Cadets, a r~-g lPent composed of graduates and for aer students of the Louisiana State ailversity at Baton Rouge are coming is sow from men whose business at bis do not at present permit of their epping everything and enlisting, it whose loyalty is as stron, a., any, at who say they will en!i-k when i fbvarious companies shall have, been t pieed on a firm basis. I Seth a communication has been re ived by Colonel Boyd from C. K. 1 Npel, chief deputy sheriff and tax ulector of Vernon parish, at Lees- C ti, sad who writes in part: 'Utbo...

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. — 28 April 1917

MILITIA OF MERCY HELPS NAVY RECRUITING .31 ! ,.,,.bt, f ,,1 h ' . ll 1 t 11 ,,n I .'". GERMANS O THE ROAD TO PARIS " 7,.., ' ... . i fi i. ri .n r I -1" i n 1p :l n. ,tl n '" .r. .' I rh I -.. / . 1 - THREE YEOWOME'4 FOR THIE NAVY p cc 7 were are three' feminine additio n. t- Il'l nl Sant . :,\ . 1th tire, women to enlist at the Newport nave- yard. Left t, right, lhy art: lID E. 8. Harry; Miss . N. Murray and Miks J. E. Smith. All three hae 1be,,: assined to d€tcal duty in the navy yard. Hereu~cthre' fminie zddit'ni i..I uh '--izu ~:' V t i. I woe t nis t h ewotxr~ ~il I 'ttir-lt !iyi CURIOUS CONDENSATIONS. A grass trimmer that resembles cippers and is operated with bsa s bi beens patented by an idaecy is the greatest' aset iher trade. Only one reaches the ltimate eg lmber siace Is sad wail ' .t vd Sallmaking was known ti th|e an 'lent I|tomans and there is a theory bies that they oblt:ained their kno whmmlem , f with the art from sinie of tthe G;erall:li ran tribes who had lea...

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. — 28 April 1917

"Ue T AOWN ND BF CADGE IL3nLWAND Of RE[JNATCN,"'' ETC, AND RoU TOWN"LND RADY J _ oVIL. ENGIMr. CCPYRicPr T rLft"ln rC k r LL r-FC.ir F IERTRAM MEADE FACES ANOTHER GREAT CRISIS AND APPARENTLY DESERTS HIS SUPERIOR AT THE CRITICAL PERIOD Following the ll :I, l iht,.rnt ati,,h:11 Iri , \',id 'l w hi t f:1 ler, a not(l .`Engint , ,r. r 1h:11I llli + 11. :1,I1 tl,,. ,1.11 mi:n1' < .11ll. tn .!.;tlh A D disgrace ..1'11 ýho]l ic' , it ertra:tnt X11.:aI. t:ak ,. th,. ,!'itz ,. or tf.l +li lger lich I..i :ltrli l (fdi;i ..': ll. I 111. hlll' n ij N\,\t rIk . He goEt t th" 1 ' u11tlth1\''".tl.''t"l ;t .jýl , 1111h.l orr th,. :1:1:11, ' 1,t i'111-, ,att on an irrigaltirt d1;t1 Ir ji Lct :,,Ill ; I a : .,,I . 'Il 1 .3d i \hjil i, li n.1 1 ag w-(r'th, Ma dlel, a"\Vl',rth' ;art. :1h.l ihi. y, il h 1+'1'hi 1 fri t l. :trip qIi't ly working to clIarr the 1i, Il' Y l ll li'' U l lla I :ll :rll i \'r !.:ll hi h ria ti . They are particulatrly ;llnXil.l'. ti t 11.hb li ,f :i littir \\ rittli. l...

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. — 28 April 1917

The Madison Journal. Puablished every Saturday morning. gu . . .- ces George Spencer .................... Editor tac W. L. Rountree ............. ....... Manager Offlicial Journal of Madisn Parish, Fifth District Levee BHard, Madison Parish School Board an.l Village of Ta'iullah. . Entered Jan. 10 1903 at T..liulah, La., p',st ol;ice as second- Cl class mail matter under Act of Congrcss of March 3. 1hi9. Ge The Journal is not re'sipi.-ible f,r the views anid opinions WC "f correspondents, which maty appear ii i.s columns. his TALLULAH, LA., SATCUI:DAY, APRIL, 28 1917. f-- GERARD ON GERMANY pa The idea has been entertained that his political conditions in Germany warranted blc the belief that there is some chance of a revolution similar to the upheaval In Russia and that such a re olution would largely ta, influence the opening of peace negotiations. ab Ainbassador Gerard, who has just re- dig turned from Germany, is the best qualified Ge statesman in America to give the actual condi...

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