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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 May 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. . ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAlI, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATIIt)AY, MAY :3, 1113 NEW \ EllE--V)I. I N).", iOUBAR BABY FaUUND M CHILD DISCOVERED IN POSSES- W SION OF TRAVELING TINKER AT COLUMBIA, MISS. sic an IOTHER IDENTIFIES HER SON tr, er Whole Town Greets "Bobby" When He Returns Home to Opelousas. stu lai sc Western Newsponer Unton News Service New Orleans.-The Dunbar baby has bheen found. The taby who mysteriously disap peered last summer was found in Co - mbia, Miss., after a long search. The child was found in the posses alou of a wandering tinker, who isp hld to have told several different ,fes to the authorities as to how he emae to have possession of the child. at When Robert Dunbar, father of the vi stolen child, received word that his si iaby had been found he did not have ueh hope in the report being true be- hi amse he had answered to many re- ai ports and found them untrue. How ever. wh'l he cxamined the b',y he found his irirein:r sn an...

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 May 1913

The Casesof Alice Clement d I True Stories f the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth n as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper a ii An Amateur Case (Copyright. by W. G. Chapman.) a (Copyrngnt. oby w (Editor's Note-On the payroll of the 1 municipal detec:tive department of the city 1 of Chicago appears the name of Alice Clement, sleuth. To the trackers ,of men who make their headquarters at the bu reau at 1l North La Salle street. se is known as "Alice of the SImil-." Fearless. resourceful, dangerous in a hundre l sim ple little disguises which mask her, yet do not hinder her, she l,as f-und the el dence which has sent many a man and many a woman to the penitentiary Tire s hardly a dangerous dive of the great city which sh. . in her twelve years of de- i tective life. has not visited. More than 1 once has her life been in danger, many times has she been compelled, to use the dirk or the revolver that sli. carries for protection. And yet, through it all. she has remained pretty, vlvact...

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 May 1913

lAi SUFFERED TEN YEARS rCausedby ma-Restored to jhath by Lydia Fikham's Vegeta ble Compound. N. Y.--"I suffered from for ten years, and had such organic pains that : sometimes I would lie in bed four days at a time, could not eat or sleep and did not want anyone to S talk to me or bother me at all. Some times I would suffer for seven hours at a time. Differentdoc tors did the best they could for me four months ago I began giving .L Pinkham's Vegetable Com a trial and now I am in good "-Mrs. WIUIAM H. GILL, 15 Street, Auburn, New York. s Daughter Took It." 1Quad,. Minn.-" I was so run down and worry that I could not it to have my children talk aloud heavy on the floor. One of my said, 'Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound, for I know a doc daughter here in town who takes I she would not take it if it were sat for the Compound at once and "takingit until I was all right." BERTHA M. QUICKSTADT, 727 5th S., St. Cloud, Minn. b E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com may be relied upon as the most remedy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 May 1913

11N FEAR OF SENATE DEMOCRATS ANXIOUS REGARD. S ING ATTITUDE OF PARTY SEN ATORS TO TARIFF. SEE TROUBLE IN SOME ITEMS Sugar, Wool and Lumber Schedules Likely to Meet Opposition-Other " Important Legislatioq Which Must ` Command Attention. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.-There is still keen anxiety among the Democratic leaders lest a minority of the Democrats in the senate may make up their minds to fight against the adoption of certain of the provisions which the house will make as a part of the party's great tariff progtam. There is still a dan a.. get. it is said in other dispatches, that a minority, of the Democrats joining the Republicans and progressive Re publicans may change parts of the tare bill so radically that the house may refuse to accept the senate's findings in the cases in point. This will mean a long controversy in the S eonference between the two houses and it may possibly lead to compro mises of which President Wilson may tall to approve. This does not mean that Mr....

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 May 1913

_THE MADISON JOURNAL. 1 O O N T I IE IIIB)R O ., 1'ul\li'm it r M T I AIA1 I, MA I)IS ON PI' ISII, 1,1 IM1 A\ A, S AT ! DA 1. 1!.A1 It). I14 1:[. Ru 1n nnU rIITi .u nante6¶.u,, Cotl.. $ STATF FMRIU flIITnfl u PLAN DEVELOPMENT LOUISIANA CO-OPERATIVE RURAL t ASSOCIATION FORMED-J. M. PARK PRESIDENT. TO HOLD A BIG CONVENTION New Organization Plans to Make Best Use of State's Large Resources. SWestern Newspae,+,r T'nl, n News F.erýrve Alexandria.--Phi fcr c-ar: fer the agricultuIra.l ;.pyift uI.,. , enI ' Swhich was inaugurated recently by the Stour of the Holden corn train through I a portion of Louisiana, we re formulat S.4d at a meeting of replreseItati~es of Snumber of c(ommercial organizations at Alexandria. At this mn.t-eting tr,.' 'lialsiana Co-operative Rural .\ssocia- ' 'tlon was formed, and plans w, re madeh 1r a state-wide organization. J. 11. Parker, of Monroe, genteral manager of the Arkansas, Louisiana & anfit railroad, was elected presl(lnt of the association, and Lu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

The 'AWO CITY f iFhe5 , C v'f.ea fins ,fDr. ber coy Ar m ah bce sur Slil debt of bu pa} pai MON reth TaE PLy OPACCH1b nd tar eti din theli fou toi remoedhrem•ehew r tia Searly Th t certain the mosd dthemt Tiesir had* C 811e rwebors, vas rte the emples. MOh'N'r the many ruins to be found, E ~TI~R/OR Of TE'(MPJ/in the f moved by the Germans. r a iThe early history of Baal- aaa yrbek res ondnvolved n darkness, but It is certain that from se t.the most distant timelast ours yearsit had Germanworship, as its name Irchaeolomplies.sts have been rol colonybusy excavating there, and every a ( ytvisitor to the ruins owes them a; sal hainhescd lei the Berlin museums now possess many of the fully carved with figures of Bacchus, fawns, by the Emperor Trajan prr to his entrance on S ndst examples of the carvings foubbh and there cpids, satyrs, and bacchantes, woven around his econd Parthian camaign. ntonnus Pus Baalbek exposing the name of a ruined city of an to better v ient which are grape vine...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

'T SIT COULDN'T STAND Rides Horscback, Walks - I, g Wild Tiriz , an Has Red, Reay ma, Tenn.--"I am ever ready Cardul, the woman's tonic,' Mrs. Mary Carroll, of this place, has done wonders for me. ered so from womanly trouble, .ild not stand on my feet long at a time to do anything, and ild not even sit down, I was in misery. The pains in my head terrible. r taking only two bottles of Car. the woman's tonic, I felt much re have now taken five bottles, and like my old self again. I can go I please, ride horse-back, and walk as much as two miles, with. fasling tired, and I don't have terrible pains in my head any J young again, and have red. seks, like I had in my girlhood taking Cardul, my standing was only 110 pounds. I weigh 137 pounds. gmat you to use this letter in any see fit. as it may be the helplng other suffering wo yet suffer from womanly tron Wouldn't you like to feel as Mrs. does? It's worth trying for. Cardul, the woman's tonic. er : Cahenm oee Medhele C A . Dept.. Chatt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

MADISON JOURNAL. rz coave _ --- to eU OBeW Journal of Madison Parish wry -'dw Journal of sBhool Board. at 0t al Journal of Levee Board. " lsl Jeormal tows of Tallulah -. t5rana or omcamtow: byit $1.50 PER ANNUM. eral UOeoas BSiCUn. Editor. wor - ono n.tered Jan. 10, 1908, at Tall s la h, La.. as seeondeolass mail weal maeer, under Ant of CongrSms conm of Mareh 8. 18719. sa mere with STMbe JOURNAL is act respaonsble for 10 viewA s eptlios ofeorrespondestas b ypseadal IS its eolasm. be Doul dred TasVzVA LA., MAY 10, 1918. o - t s- atio bm-- bush Out of 219 applisnts for en- al trance to the Naval Academy at b d polis, only 46 were success- and Sful in passing the examination. of It is'evident that something is sacd radically wrong if that is an ac- 7 arate prospect of the crop on aP which the United States depends am for the product which is to have to command of its navy. It is not be fair to assume that only 21 per con cent of the boys in the higher ,r grades of the public school sy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

A marriage of unusul soeial S eJm .st to the people of Tallu a:h ud Madison parish, was 9ol ,,misd at 7 p. m. Monday even - bril 28th at Trinity Church Gur y Ronc oe Haskettof .I abs led to Hymen's Altar, Virginia Stone, the only ter of Captain and Mrs. B.' Stone. g;; rde the entrance of the Sa~irty, Mr. Will Spann sang 0o Promise Me," accompanied , Mrs. Edward Montgomery, Jr. In compliment to the bride, as Talluh String Band, wrhich was composed of her girlbood rienda, Messrs Willie Gilpin, . Will Harvey, Paul Gaines and fercy Rountree, accompanied by Mrs. 1.. Leeves, who presided at the organ and played Mendel -s ob's Wedding March, to the Srialns of which the a.shers, Meg .-` Eddie Montgomery, E. U. juatgomery and Paul Fleming, satered the church. T sey were followed by Miss rbara Smith , Maid of Honor, vey becomingly dressed in a suit dofte. The bride came in on the ri od her father. She looked Ielv in a traveling suit of Alice 'ms with hat to match. She irrled a beautiful b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

STObIN * SING ER. MAJlfrA DILIANGUR C..a.7'WI 7Neku-WW*M.L WAUY SYNOPSIS. . Agatha Redmond. opera singer, starting r an auto drive in New York. finds a ranger seat as her chauffeur. Leaving he car. she goes into the park to read will of an old friend of her mother. ho has left her property. There she is ed by a stranger, who follows her the auto. climbs in and chloroforms James Hambleton of Lynn. Mass.. taeesee the abduction of Agatha Red Hambleton sees Agatha forcibly 5e aboard a yacht. He secures a tug when near the yacht drops over Aleck Van Camp. friend of Ham had an appointment with him. Not g Hambleton. he makes a call upon Madame and Miss Melanie Rey or. He proposes to the latter and Is re Melanie explains Ut it she Ir of I birth in a German principality, from eob she had fled to escape an unwatlhed L CHAPTER V.-Continued. "I shall not do this again. Melanie till you give me leave. But I ave no mind to let you go. either pa and Madame Reynter are going a cruise with me; will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

$ Mn he Little Fellow. Unite Shoe Machinery Com i the mly real obstacle to the of a shoe trust We help gJl1 manufacturer to start in and keep going. He could to buy and care for his ma hg he can afford to lease them Germs we give him based on of shoes he makes-an of less than 2 2-3 cents a pair gt us keep them up to date. Is a fair arrangement. Some of fellows don't like our system, they think we ought to give ial rates. But the little fel d with us because they know t all manufacturers alike no do howl many machines they use. re not for our methods of doing there would be no small fac anywhere and no prosperous go es in small towns. United Shoe Machinery Co., n, Mass.--Adv. --T- Make It Meaty. -s author had just received a note a the editor saying he was in need . article, "short, snappy and fr a y at governor, man! Do you rea what you are asking?' cried the tl g scribe. "t is easy enough to to something short-and snappy, " s I feel just now; but meaty- Man alive! And meat at 25 t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 May 1913

HOIEAR OF PANIC PRESIDENT EXPECTS NO BUSI NESS UPHEAVAL BECAUSE OF TARIFF REVISION. BUSINESS WILL ADJUST SELF If Any Plants Are Shut )own, Say Democrats. It Will Be for Political Effect-Expects Senate to Pass Bill. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington.-President Wilson does not expect any business upheaval be cause of the changes in the tariff. He thinks that business will adjust itself rapidly to a competitive basis and be just as prosperous as it has been in the past, and this in the face of the fact expected by the Democrats that prices will be lowered to the consum era of the country. It will be *emem bered that some time prior to his in auguration Mr.. Wilson had something to say about hanging higher than Har men men who maliciously should cre ate panics. The president was criti cised for saying this and was called to account for it by a good many newspapers. There was no word from New Jer sey after this speech was made and the critics had been given a chance to say what they wished, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 May 1913

STHE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS., Publishern TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY, MAY 17, 1913 NE I SEI E IM-- 1 zNEW si.u•inES---- . i NO. e:; ROANIZATION IS SED BY LEADERS O, P. MEN MEET IN CHICAGO AND DISCUSS PARTY MATTERS. UNITE ALL FACTIONS National Convention Called to ag tle Matters-Would Change Convention Actions. NewsTraper Union News Service. .-That a uniting of the Pro party with the Republican is not only desired but actually t, was the gist of sentiment at the close of a two days' ce at which Republican lead uatlined plans for reorganizing rbert S. Iladley, former governor Missouri, who, with Senator Cum of Iowa. Borah of Idaho and of Illinois, led the discussion conference, said afterward that dsire to have those back in the who left it to join the Progres party was "manifest" The coa he added, was not to be effected My such scheme as the passing of but rather "the remedying of eamses in the Republican party resulted In the separation." conference, atten...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 May 1913

d The Cases of Alice Clement : True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth h as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper it Fitting a Crime to the Evidence I1 |storestE (Copyright by E were aboard a rat tling "L" train. Miss Alice Clement, free for the day from her work of tracking criminals, was mak ing a few little notes in the memorandum she always carries. I was watching the roofs as they whirl ed past. Neither of us had spoken for some time. At last, I ceased my occupation of Idleness to turn to the little woman. and found her staring absently ahead. The little notebook was closed and clasped in her hands. "Well?" I asked at last. "Just thinking, that's all," she an swered. "This is a little anniversary with us." ,"irth, marriage or death?"' I jested. S"The last," came the answer. "It's the anniversary of my first murder case. I don't have those very often, you know. In fact, it's only when I stumble into a thing of that kind that I am allowed to take any interest in it. ...

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 May 1913

uth's Veterans to Meet on Famous Battlefields (By CAPT. JAMES JOLK SMARTT, Historian of the Chattanooga-Chickamauga National Park Commission.) ýi:rs werre adaiinc d across a 1· "'I i I t }lain for a nilt in plain viewr froin . 'he crest of the ridge and ordered to capture anid hold the I rifederate rifle pits at the Ihave. The fightiing S,. the slopes of this ridge was .among the hardest of th-i Civil war. lThe ('cnfeetrates wer it tlr\r n fromi the ridge. This victory left the I nion army ii undi-puted posw. ebion of thei ` ~ ·y' clr hattanooga valley. The C'onfedtr ates retrt.ated into Georgia. These military operations, from be Sginning to end, extended over a wide Sscope of territory. A circle draw"n S;round Chattanooga to cover the "!+ "- ground over which the arniies con ' tendemd desperately for tho niastery. would b, about thirty mirltes in dlamn i.ter. or fiftten miles in all dir etions from the center of the city. There. was. of course, much fighti:ig, of the skirmish char...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 May 1913

S ADSON JOU.RNAI,. , cc 4O)stal Journal of Madison Parish OfMletal Journal of School Board. QOalnial ournal i1f LeveP Board. "* 4icial Journal town of Taliulah QUBLISHRD EVERY SATURDAY. T'RMR VY' SIRlnRRIPTION: I $ 1.50 PER ANNUM. - - ;EOIRoG SPENC.ER. Editor. ,.1 _ -- -- ----- - - 0 1etbed .Ian. 1i. 19.,. tt T'talln Iah, Ta.. na a econld.ela mail e mntelrr. i1nder Act of CongressC of March 3. 1879. The TOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of eorleslondents opnarinl i in its columns TA1,t, .,1n L,.t., A y Ii, 1.11 .. "--Two Stat.  are talking io.w .aleIut dividing tlh elve .iV 7 "Florida claims that there is no I )'ennmunlitly of ijnt.rest Ietwee1t her east. alnd wesr" coasts, andl r bills to etlect a divorce are to , urged in the legislature. In ('al- n ifornia an attellilat is heii'l a *flade to separate the stuthernl 'half from, the nortlhern half of a tioe state. But agitat ies of this [ * k lndare nol Iew tlhinlg. New t S,,rk City has frequently ,discus- 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 May 1913

SONG JE('ITAI BY MI1SS Jo)HNS,)N. on Thur,,ha' nihll t, man y v "11'1'. Is i, T.tilulah ::' i. the <tirr,''' i n- l., Il1 p lti ha vt a trfe: t in st'r i r til ,lr i. h u'I i 4mn t,,.ie iia r ital i t ,1,t N gicr-n h " ::!i M ary .Jolh -,n ,o " , o, Fort \Vorth. Texa. .110 Jon .It n i- weli knoln here an I ,,r t til many friends are with having the ime, opportunity of ht(aring her sin. h1zaulz again. Her \-,e \was mag nili- 'n,..... rent when i ll was here several of A years ag4 and slle has devoted At llsome time to careful study aiiI plrol voice training since then. ller fa -hi rise inl tihe musial , rll l' l has :and' 'ell soevlewhaut mlleteoriF. For ,'vr thu past three years she has "0d'1 bIcen sopranoi soloist in the First 'Tih presleterian ('hurch rn Fort are Worth and has recently been en- i he gaged as soloist for tihe First riety Methodist i Church there, the lar- but t gest church in southern Method- the eto stlg Ionlli sleci's Redemi'pcinl I1(i"' wheoice given by the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 May 1913

~Pei dei the the $TOIAN the etr eeSINGU R MAJ~lIA DUIAANGIR pla anc her MaRTHA DTIMNGI2R C0flf'7iMW/ /fib 7W AM -eaiLMI CGOYP#Y nes au a -. .. SYNOPSIS. Agatha Redmond, opera singer, starting for an auto drive i In New York. finds a stranger sent as her chauffour. Leaving! the car. she goes into the park to re;,d the will of an old friend of her mother. Who has left her property. There 'hle is acoosted by a stranger. who fo,llhowi ther to the auto. climbs in and cl,hloroforms her. James Hambleton of Lynn. M1.ss.. witnesses the abduction of Agatha it It mood. Hambleton sees Agatha f.,ri'ibly taken aboard a yacht. ite s', urea at tug and when near the yacht drops over board, Aleck Van Canip. friend of Ham bleton. had an appointment with hiI, Not meeting Hambleton, he make a t call upon friends, Madame and Miss Mel.trne Hey fnler He propoues to the latter and Is re fumed. Melanie explains that she Is of high birth In a German principality. from Which she had fled to escape an unwished ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 May 1913

IN THE WORK Certainly Has - * Proud of His Little Wife. S him a present of a red, and blue carpet A)lfirst birthday since and be was in ecsta ypu'd like them, Harry," If for no other reason m ade them all myself." aclaimed Harry. "You to say that this is all ? Great Scott! What a wife I've married!" , qualified the young ght the uppers, and Mary m together. and I got a le them. but I put on the did them up in the box know, Harry, I think you e very proud to have such a Ite wife." rw. SAll His Own. lad find his sums hard?" the sums are easy enough, are too original to suit r-Filegende Blatter. P"wU.4WY*TUSY5 iehemaUtam and all kinds ains - Neuralgia, Cramps, Eruines, Cuts, Old sores, .ep51e Amedyre. Price shortest. Oye think is the best way a deadlock?" _er to the situation." SAl Blue. all blue, beet bluing whole world, makes the laun Adv. a man knows of women's --- e serene is his mind. IIN-THE MOST SENERAL TONIC ehlonacs cmblass both The oQlniemdrvm a. e hksen buld up Ter Adubs ad...

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 May 1913

WT W.0I WIS TARIFF BILL IS SURE TO PASS AS OUTLINED BY THE PRESIDENT. LTTLE CHANCE TO CHANGE IT Democrats Declare Their Measure Is Not a Oree Trade Bill Except In Parts-Recelve Many "Epistle of Pretest." By GEORGE CLINTON. Wauhngton.--Istenlng to the de bates on the tariff bill in the lower house these days it is heard from one side of the chamber that the measure now under discussion Is to bring eventually better living conditions and lower prices for food and raiment, while from the other he hears that the measure is sure to be the fore runner of a "deep damnation for the coqntry." It is a case at the present time of taking your choice of opln lons, for as probably most people will agree, the "relier' or the "deep damna tion" are matters which the future must decide. Republicans and Progressives in congress have learned by this time that all the party efforts to make a change In the Underwood bill will be unavailing, certainly as far as the representative chamber is concerned. It ...

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