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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

* , SINGIRP fMA- NA DLIUNGA R SYNOPSIS. band a mal Agatha Redmond. opera singer, starting Alg gr as auto drive in New York. finds a the d traonr sent uas her chauffeur. Ieavisn a the car, she goes Into the park to r e as the will of a old friend otf her mother. "N' who has left her property. There she is n c-cested by a stranger, who follows her t @ the anto, climbs In and chlorofot lms never .er. Somes Hambleton of Lynn. Mas..e witaeses the abduction of Agatha Red eend. Hlambleton sees Agatha forcibly or pa tae aboard a yacht. He securee a tug insp Id when near the yarcht drops over hoard. Aleck Van Camp. rriend of Ham- for 7 Murte, had an appotntment with him..Nt ." Seetlug Hambleton. he makes a call upon friends, Madame and Miss Melanie Rey- ejacu hei. to e props to the latter and is re aforJ. The three arrange r at ip fan Campes yacht, the tBea Go e aMon wakes up on board the Jeanne his b Am, the yacht on which Is Agatha nd. His clothes and money belt coaten ave been taken from ...

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 June 1913

HAS MADE SaND'S LIVER PILLS word through the South. red neither time nor ecting BOND'S PILLS of Headaches, Bilious n, Malaria, and sim T was our chief object. ep" but how good we rdlnary success of is due solely to their to loud and misleading CURING EVERYTHING. thing to win in a I s a man's friendship. I - try agtiugth Syrup for Obndeau I the gums, reduces Inalmmaa wind oode.e a bottisl o romantic girl to write a Yo0 means the same thing ure again. of ppa 'carnerle or SIl fut form. bty using DR. POR-. TiC HE.\LING OIL 25c, frig * ý - thi The Reason. embraces many points cie Tel , then, it is always hug MASS OF PIMPLO g yoi Md.-"My little boy was im ma itching on the scalp. I asy place on his head ful of a ten-cent piece, and, eaI illing from this place In about ten days all mI were these ashy spots on Ibh ringworm, but were . The Itching and burning r gmateh a great deal. His loi so that it was Just a little pimples all di ether, and when I took wI the hair and fesh the same time....

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 June 1913

uu-ItruIc ¶ pi3 1 plo. iC Saves Shoestring Tips to Sell ' Them for Junk A SAVE Al Paying out money for the bare no OF TNiEnS cessities of life, the wife said, was " ins A"l' like torture to her husband. His one - *. 'LL Joy in living was to watch the bank SELL account grow bigger. He had been having. she said, from the day they FER were married. b 1n'K "I guess he must have almost a t thousand dollars saved by this time." s she told the judge. a In reciting some of the incidents of v MILWAUKEE, WIS.-That her bus- her unhappy married life, the wife s band was so stingy that he saved said that one day a letter came from t4 the tips of his shoestrings and sold i the bank informing her husband that I them for old iron, was the accusation interest had been added to his deposit. e Mrs. Walter Kaysing, 427 Eighth ave- "And do you know," she said, "he ti nue, made in the district court, went right down to that bank and n "You don't tell me!" exclaimed scolded the cashier for squandering Jud...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 June 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TREE BROS., luhblisher TALLU'LAH, MAIISON PARIISH, IASIIIANA, SATUIlI)At , JUNE ";-, 191:1 NEI1 SEIIES-- 11.. 1 NO ". BE AN 'II RUN CLOSE I PRIMARY'. inrist Has Advantage Returns but Brun- G. Claims Victory. A ANCARRIES WHITE ONGORESSMAN LEADS IN, COUNTY BY OVER- tl ING MAJORITY. d ti ti NG IN OUACHITA iHeavy Majority Throughout iC District-Official Count f nicessary to Determine Re- ( Rival Claims of Mana- h That Majority of Win- h be Decisive. , a Ir oclk.-Three or four days Slection the matter of who i _ 1astlon was still undecid- t many precincts were un r 4e first day Judge Geo. Hays t *a small lead on Stephen but as the counties tht t ;,e storm belt began to re lead of ir. Hays was gradu d(mwa until on Tuesday morn pis stood; Hays, 31,975 and ]I 31,205, a difference of 770 palit managers for both the were claiming victory by and looking to the vote lag counties to support 'souty had not reported up aon and both sides were ting returns from Hele having carr...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 June 1913

44 \ PATERSON STRIKERS FED BYTHE I. W. W. Men, women and children in the bread line established by the I. W. W. at Paterson, N. ,., for the feeding of the mill itrikers and their families. ~~Z.:~ s~.i~Wsi~r~I~R~IlkP :AMW~ ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - NOVEL LAW POINTS Prosecutor's Contract Declarer Against Public Policy. Woman Was Enjoined-Verdict oc Lone Star State Judge Who Trav eled on a Railroad Pass Satis fled His Conscience. Chicago.-In a case before the su preme court of Michigan involving the division of the profits of a law partnership, it appeared that the plain tif was an attorney with an estab lished practice while the defendant was a young lawyer with no experl once. Under an agreement by the partners, when the plaintiff was pros ecuting attorney he promised not to run for office again, but to assist the defendant to be elected. After de fendant was elected it was agreed that the salary of the defendan...

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 June 1913

e Cases of Alice Clement C Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth od by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper The Invisible Clue .sent was bound for Eu unknown except to her- 1 - watcbers of criminals who pdaee stars of the city dc _Wd, judging from the queer Which Miss Clement gave slked down Fifth avenue. it seemed that the to remain a secret r I said, "that the occa soming to New York ae enough to cause you to at it anyway." one of those flashing, looks at me. remember a time when I eathiag of a case before ah" she queried. reld to admit that she was 1 Clement continued: with a smile, "New York b- to me. I made an arrest th m that a crossing jam took from things criminal. s ot until an hour later, in the moonlight on the ga Coney Island boat, that tion drifted back. I had about the detective ( fiction and the wonderful be always are finding crim their scientific investi yet," said Miss Clement, atay a story of fiction that egmaerpart In real life. For that New York arrest I spo...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 June 1913

'- - SMadison Journal. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENOER, Editor. Orrics TELEPHNo NUmuan 7. Offd smil of Medisa PO. Official Journal Fifth District Levee Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.50 Psa Aexx ix AnyvANc. Entered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns. TALLULAH LA. JUNE 28, 1918. EMLAY IS IANSERS. Hon. E. U. Rhodes and the members of the Fifth Louisiana District, are to be commended for their prompt action in guar anteeing payment for the levee construction in their district, work which was rejected by re quest of the Mississippi River Commission on account of the ab sence of some data which cannot be obtained without endangering the success of the projects. On June 9 Oaptain O. O. Sherill U. 8. engineer in charge of the c Fourth Mississippi River District, a awarded the contracts ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 June 1913

cial Notes. Iw' In ElvIe Moore is the attract- In of Miss )9rothy 8lk. m eel .John B. Stone has returned nU' a visit to Edwards, Miss. an P1 -J-. 8. Agee and little Em- Pi ise Sevier left Tuesday for us tended visit to Mrs. Warren me gp. Janet Yerger is on a visit ch S,. Kate Craig of Port Gib- gs ut ,r, B. o Abernathy of Sond was in town Tuesday. p 0. Warfield of Readland game to Tallulah Monday yc ar. Leepadeza Growers' Con. Ti inTallulah this week was l attended. at Matta Fuqua is the charm. 81 esrt of her cousiu, Mise M Spencer. w Beaele Spenoer has 1t. from a visit to Batch . Her many friends are w to welcome her home. ii p Sessums and Rev. R. y Jebahon were entertained at ai on Monday by Hon. J. B. B. der. s. Alexander Greet who has n visiting her son Dr. T. Y. 1 returned Saturday to ber q si * Gadeden, Ala. ,Ur. and Mrs, E. P. Campbell, t . M. C. Reeves, and Mids n Jason were thbe gusts of I . Mhiy Yrger for the Reeves- V a wedding. __ the Miseionery Society organ - atthe h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 June 1913

N" STOIEN ' * * SINGUR, frMAIWA DIAAlNGIR £CtOMIB7 4JI/ 7Al Aa9W46tArdw CnrAtwfY SYNOPSIS. Agatha Rdmond opera singer, starting ar an auto drive In New York, finds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. Leaving the car. she goes into the park to read t$e will of an old friend of her mother. who has left her property. There she Is secoated by a stranger, who follows her to the auto, climbs In and chloroforms her. James Rambleton of Lynn. Mass.. Witasees the abduction of Agatha Ited mad. Hambleton sees Agatha forcibly tae aboard a yacht He secures a tug and when near the yacht drops over board. Aleck Van Camp. friend of Ham bleto.. had an appointment with him. Not meetUng Hambleton, he makes a call upon eMds Madame and Miss Melanie ery sier. .e proposes to the latter and is re . T three arrange a coasm t tr on Van Camp's yacht, the ea Gull. Hambleton wakes up on board the Jeanne DArt, the yacht on which is Agatha Redmond. His clothes and money belt have been taken from him. He meets a man ...

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. — 28 June 1913

..= ar o onm Orig Co-Operative d n of America TI ofecl of ti oper that not Tex. o Especial Memeltto ham ugressive Agriculturist ctrl( few ty orgain:zation is an in- sch< r ideas othe tar who drinks to drown his coi m Makes his heal swim. Initi a bad idea to let some of nmar got grass now and then. the at golden eagles, the early tea( 8es e that catches the bird. Ilett appliness consists in hav- and deal to do and then doing spre « rIllir a l right. hut hunting four- real will not take the place of p who works to beat the 1 aeoping around to beat has las gets the credit for a pus The weather takes the ap a poor one. s 1 511d truck and fruit grow- as stlil they are crowded to stet __ lIoe they organize'? i eammon form of bad luck tO house or barn burn the ear on tisurance ran out. ari the middleman and put the whore they belong-in the tit f the farmer and his wife Iar woman in the city ar eight-hour law. The farm- hi works under the late-hour ion ties a millstone around cot sod t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 June 1913

IMPAIN WORK ON POLITICS AND LEGISLATION GO ING SIDE BY SIDE IN THE NA TION'S CAPITAL. THREE BIG PARTIES ARE BUSY Progressive-Republican Leaders Hope ful Hilles Will Call Rehabilitation Convention and Democrats Believe It Would Help Them. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washlngton.-While the tariff de bate is on in the senate the represen tatives of the three political parties have found time to get ready for the next campaign. As a member put it today. "we are to have politics and legislation side by side for some time. for It seems likely that the day of short sessions of congress is forever ended." Politics is nearly as lively in Wash lalton now as it was a year ago when every candidate for the presidency. Republican and Democratic, had open headquarters in this city. The same men in part who were conducting the campaigns of a year ago are still at work in party headquarters in this city. For the most part. however. It is the subordinate headquarters men who are in charge, for the chief or ran...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. E BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, ,JULY 5, 1913 NEW SERIEN--VOL. I NO 30. L AND 10 PT TO STAND di CAUCUS VOTES TO MEW TARIFF BILL bi 10VISIONS tr ai IN OPPOSITION hb lepresentation Voted ssliuire-In Effect b In 1916. 0 nlon News ervlce. b sugar in 191E V Teel are now established 'I ieflsion bill, having been a1 the Democratic caucus d safter a two days' fight. o ashedule as reported by members of the Finance 8 and practlcally as it pass was approved by a vote Free raw wool, as submit majority and just as it house, swept the Senate a vote of 41 to 6. ton of the tariff policy Wilson, who has insisted aml and sugar propositions a long series of develop the tariff bill passed the Swhih the president had as When the fight of the sgr and anti-free woo: was getting hot, the prest a statement declaring that of compromise on the aguar schedules was abso am the question. Later he c administration leaders tc 1 bh made his charge about I in...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

STORY OF FAMOUS MNIL WAR FIGHT Battle of Gettysburg Which t Brought Credit to Both ti Blue and Gray. d TURNING POINT OF CONFLICT c Ir Is Total Losses on Both Sides In Three t, Days' Fighting Over 50,000-Sev- a eral Generals Killed and Wounded. 1 By EDWARD B. CLARK. f ble, some people would say r probable, that the Rattle of Gettysburg changed utterly the course of American his-' tory. It was a great fight between a armies of Americans, for probably ' fully ninety per cent. of the men who ' fought on the two sides were born natives to the American soil. The bravery shown at Gettysburg was of I the order which Americans have shown on every field and which re flects credit upon the hardy and F heroic ancestry of the men engaged. no matter from what race they may have sprung. At Gettysburg there was nothing to choose between the valor of the North and the South. The South lost the fight, but it lost it honorably and with the prestige of its soldiery un dimmed. The charges made on that f...

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. — 5 July 1913

?.9 rohR9 A, SINGIRUTP. ~A~I&~ DlWrIGU~. r-~~A m~'~lr, -lrYr SYNOPSIS. and aond. opera finnggs starting " wItE In New Yort. ndad ch e hr cheifenur. Les by bar cneer who climbs him o chorfaaorm her. James nd SAlgtha Redmond Hamb i a n whea n r 1a r to gtablys. had an ap- "Ca Sthm. Not me.tla WaP wej oeft a allmans non twao la "L re u es. The and a Glt tle oa Vea Ca-P'S as Im«Ylr, the yacht Redmoan. He maset rd hisnelst am Mo edy the crew. who T eats. Jtimmy and Asat a l asro enally reah shore aUr ek 53agpement them eoty t at o reamturn whlere T lm I gv .a. a_ the $ w" -w- lat to an cam and Oaa the eS at wha, tChl -a a s sam---let fin- s Jm on the o esth and Agatha In der of getores Dis sister. Mrstep eely 00e who can a"s sime. a coena eay anot me t. Qgu - kofl She ad aref1 to nurse o Se l ad ih ws ianets - led with .  wer e dnake the camo exlateo d ost n e hwreck thee e ...r. ra yea l, andl that aour ab as "ei eta u. dasrow ao - sise. t le It was rreg- shi as- eut.lly very nc...

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. — 5 July 1913

Madison Journal. PIJUIIEaD gVaRY SATURDAT. GEORUK SPEN(IKR, Editor. Omres TKI.nKruPo NumNBn 7. ' Offidsd Demd es It e..s 'wd. Official Journal Fifth District S Levee Board, ScNhool Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.r50 Pra ANM ix ADVAJe4. Entered Jan. 10th, 1911 at Tallu. Ish, IA., at eecond-c'lass mail matter, under Act of Congress of March :, 1879. The JOURNAL ia not responsible for ns views and opinions of correespondents apparisw in its columns. TAuLLmLAR IA. JULY 5. 191:3. EMm VP WHITE SLAVERY. ---- a ! P The recent convictions of Blane and Flaspoller for violations of the white slave aset serve to call attention to the unusual effl ieney with which the government, the local authorities and grand .and petit juries are oo-operating to make New Orleans an inhospit* able eity for the slaver. In some of the arrests made here it has been shown there was no actual breach of the law; but in every ease where the evidence was clear the Juries have promptly found i .trdlete...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

a Voueber Payee ' r Wht Puisse a Aount Date Vocher res Pr What Parpose A May 1 374 . C. Be .............. alary as petr of levees, Madison Ph. Apr...... . May iS 7 b. k l. For payroll labor as CabinTelle Levee H. W. 11....... 157 May 1 275 A. B. Ratc ............. salary as specter a levees Teass Ph. AprB....-... .N. May 15 3471 Bank Watp .......For payroll S D Watson. labor on Kemp Levee, H. W. 1913 ..0 May 1 76 Albrt Vaught ............ or salary as Ispector at levees East Carroll Ph. Apr.-.- 7. May 15 3672 A. . Kell ................. or team topping levee at Duckport, H. W. 1913-......-..... -6 May 1 357 BL of Waterpro, Aet....,....B. B. P as peter at levees Concordia P. Api.- N.W May 15 3473 R. C. Webb .................Por teas topping levee at Delta, H. W. 1913 .............. 48 May 1 3578 . . W. Campbell ..----.....--..For salary as Secretary for April 191----------.... --..........----- 1 May 16 74 ed Ly ............. or team topping levee at Delta, H. W. 1913....-.............

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

MADISON JOURNAL TALLULAN LA., BATUIDAY, JULY 5, 1913 OrrmCB O TaU BOARD Or oo*uyfUONSR FO TU PnTrrr L UoIANA LwY c*l'3or. TALLULAN. LA., JUNE II', 1I. - Ja TO T-H HONORABL, BOARD 0F 00MMISMONMBS FO TE n  UMLOUIrANA L D INSTICTI: is emus. am'r: . ,TT". t" " a I have ts bser to s bmt the as ouw tnamestat o ese- i s a" adheamee.ts by as Ba toe the J pmdi cemmanclu December lst, 1il2, iad enig Jem 1st, 1)1, In a aseeames with Act 11, I tLe Ae sO di he General Asembly at thi Sae at Iadla feoe the year 164: 4 IUOM IAST CARROLL PARIRH: i Rim District Leve Tax .._._..-... sm Acreage Lives Tax ........- 3 Rem Produce le Ta ............-$ 4.1 i IRm lat. eas Dellaqaats .----- gM MADISON PARH: 31 Rme Distrit Leves Ta. ................ ReA eag eee Lveev Tia .........4-... J Ween PMau"Lea Ives Tat...........-..- 1.1$ IRem Int. ea Del Ma s .---.-- S- TUISAS PARISH: em Distrio Ieo Tas ............- .1 Remn hA Ne Lavee Tax ....... ---- IRmam Pease ILaves Tax .......-..- .1 Tot-l......---.-- --"-...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 July 1913

Notes. Wa We, Wat~sn spent Sun- ls, . Joep lh.fro lha4 loft Tallulah and f Jolhnsoln's lot 1(1.*1 ge, ill Lake I'rov* i Wion Iha left town cJ e Swith W. K. In!ea fetst ng of Blue Front b' and Snyder made a anir St. Joseph in his Mie E will] scar athy of Bond- sent n Monday. Dr. by v Campbell spent a 11 ay in Vidalia. satil es was in town pion pain Alb Allen was in St. mes bst. pris Harvey and Jno. recs the dance tifu Monday night. of tl - fore L. Rountree, Mr.I Del Miss Mattie ere Arwn' Soost, Mr n ,S. Fpasn, Mr. a, d ity SMonagomery at d Mr. gomery .att L * ni dance at the In vllion in Reed- I i -rt Tuesday nigit est had a *'won* an Fle =well of Mound day last week. Mr of Omega was in 81a Sthe week. Mir - Ha •Eterlin, Ethel Mr A. 8eldon of Wi Wednesday with An lah. Fa dbeimerwasin - SBohtt is spend- " th relatives and dof los. was e NM Pn er is spending a to friends and rel sba Ward of Masferd reday morning. .n - ot Bonney Yerg r P' frfends to eat 81 her on her fl birhdlay. hl mad...

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. — 5 July 1913

The Cases of Alice Clement True Stories of the World's Greatest Woman Sleuth as Told by Herself to Courtney Riley Cooper A Bit of Fortune Telling O our right, the great. age-greened statue of George Washington held itself aloof from the steps of the Treas ury Building. The star ing eyes were far down the street, to where marching figures in the costumes of Colonial days were threading their way along to the music of bands. Flags were flying. The clatter of hoofs sounded in front of the Stock Ex change. Crowds were cheering. The slicking of motion picture machines Same to us from the ledge nearby, as the men of the camera put into short-, ived history the sights of New York's Fborth of July parade. Miss Clement was silent, her eyes on the columns of figures as they turned. gay colored. In to chasm-like Wall street. I could see that the sight had gripped her. just as it had gripped me, and that she was thinking of other days, when de termined little groups of men in the same sort of c...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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