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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 July 1913

000 E GOLD BRICK By BRAND WHITLOCK OF "TOE THIRTEENTx DISTRICT." "3El INFINITE VARIETT," IAFFT AVERAGE." "TIE TURNS Or TE BALANCE," ETC., ETC. Uopyrhgbt by The Bobs-M.Ur Oomp.ny EN thousand dollars a year!. Mr. Neil llittrell left the office "Y o the Morning Telegraph in "/ a dose. He was insensible "1 o tºe raw February air. I Ti heedless of sloppy lave- to a meats; the gray day had the addenly turned gold. He he a es realise it all at once; ten brea a year-for him and Edith! to t' Sswelled with love of Edith; mil sesrificed so much to become he v Sa man who had tried to look a artist of himself, and of lan e , or economic determinism, or I had made a cartoonist. ishe -u-prise for her! He must days Clad swelling of his heart he felt a is ,at only of Edith but of the real I. The people he met put fdar to him; he felt friendly all one, and beamed on perfect whl with broad, cheerful smiles. and to buy some flowers for the odils, or tulips, which sho spring, and he took the daffo- a...

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. — 26 July 1913

Madison Journai P3OsLsRED EVERY SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. OFrl(r TELrPHO.E NLMBER 7. Offkl e k e of Madse Parish. Official Journal Fifth D)itrict levee Board, School Board. Police Jury and Town ofi Tallulah. $1.40 PKn ANsNUM s ADV.ASCc. Entere 1 Jan. loth, 19 1 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of onagress of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns TAtLLLAa LA. JULY 20. 1913. The city of Tallulahl was visi. ted by the Louisiana Health train and the citizens were treated to an interesting and instructive picture show and lectures. The town seme to be much improved in every respect since their visit and it la to be hoped that the cit liens will keep the appearanoe up to and past the present standard and not have any special clean up-day. NOTIeB. To All (inners and Producers of (otton in the Vicksburg Territory The steamship Lines and the Iajilard (oomapanies have adopted ,the fo...

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. — 26 July 1913

r 01e of thie mIo'i't I,eautifu l fa of this .tcasoUI. Wui tl:e paurty by Mr. and..,r . T. F. Ward .eir plantation home "Cres. " in honor -of their si4ter M is saie I'etlrkin. The g1.,0t ried. i aitiutool,il",. alil taIble. '""been arranged fr 54N, s',º up tbeiassemblage, they 'were red intot the beautiful honme cards were played rntil a bheour. D)elightful refresh tl were served at 12 oclhtk. b e first prizes were won by * glanor Snyder and Mr. Geo. . wiith. The following young tL were present.  s"iess Elanor Snyder, Mary SMary Montgomery, Alice ,-Arwin Scott, Francis bce Lelia Fleming. Carrie nn, Lucy Sevier, Bessie Bessie Page, Mattie , Arnie Hloils, Clyde he and Miss Pulley. .. P. Jones, Ernest L. , Alex Greet, John E. Yer 4'e"rcy Rountree, Johnstone, outgolinery, 'aulli Flemlillg Sigerest, Win. S. Hol'us, r Scott, . . D. Smith, Dr. Scott, (eo. Mo(ntgonery, IR.Paul Gaines. r, Louis (l, Witherow of ens Bend, was in the city mpt and luxurious servica reasonable rates. Phone 87"...

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. — 26 July 1913

' SING UR. M4A4II DtLLIANGR SYNOPSIS Agatha Redmond, opera sanger, starting ebr an auto drive In New York, finds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. Later sie is accosted by a stranger who climbs tato the auto and chloroforms her. James Hambleton of Lynn, Mass., witnesses the abduction of Agatha Redmond. Hamble ton sees Agatha forcibly taken aboard a yacht. He secures a tug and when near the yacht drops overboard. Aleck Van Camp, friend of Hambleton. had an ap palatment with him. Not meeting Ham bleton, he makes a call upon friends, Madame and Miss Melanie Reynler. He propose to the latter and is refused. The tare arrange a coast trip on Van Camp's yMat, the sea Gull. Hambleton wanes ap on board the Jeanne D'Are, the yacht r whieh Ia Agatha Redmond. He mcets b atn who Introduces himself as Mon -e Chtelard. who is Agatha's abduc r. They fight. but are interrupted by o aidnig of the vessel. Jimmy and Agatha are abandoned by the crew, who asLe to the boats. Jimmy and Agatha swim for hour...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 July 1913

CHPA1N 'F AN TORE SCLOTHES Si e Was Restored by Lydia L. Vegetable S y,,-" Lydia E. Pink V i Compound has cer- a tainly done me a lot of good. I rstheard br of it when I was a girlandIalwayssaid be that if I everhad fe C , male trouble I would f take it. "I suffered from a organic inflamma tion and would have be spells when I would be in such pain that th I weuld tear my ,a day my husband got the s* tbo see what the matter war ad not help me. rst m and I sent my hus t and took itantl I was en I am a woman of perfect is my health and happiness t iLa * Plkham's medi .qreat .amured that I do i -cimmend you wmlree Stfriends."- Mas. Faso - ~ MSalue, N. Y. a LL E Plnkham'a si made from roote Ia pralleld. It may be t p.se.t em.fideme by women w - tumurwir lSoreimes sI bakaehe. bearingdowU of ydila ink faie to be a derence be sd no thorns the p p abbil NAVE~ eams te* are ne be. fr dm get we wouldn't care to plick It ul ht arnd gotti se Owa Thst power where - amm sature asi alled pow ad no...

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. — 26 July 1913

LONG LEGAL FIGHT OVER LITTLE CALF Animal Worth $10 May Cost Some Thousands. IT CAUSES ORATORY Rides Into Town In a Prairie Schooner Dressed in Trousers With an Arm ed Native on the Bow and Another on the Stern. Muskogee. Okla.-The battle for the red bull calf of Brushy mountain has been on in a local Justice court for several months, and the Indications are It will continue until one or both of the litigants are dead or bankrupt. When the row began the calf was three months old and worth $10. It is now seven months old. its rightful ownership is still a natter of dispute, and the cost of the suit has run to 81.000. M. C. Rucker, a farmer, charged his neighbor. L. P. Hatley, with the theft if the calf and had him arrested. Hat ley was acquitted and sued Rucketr for $6,000 damages. Rucker undertook to replevy the calf, but Ilatley retaiutd possesasion by giving a redelivery bond. The hearing of the replevin proceed tngs betore Justice Matt Thompson is what bought as witnesses practica...

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. — 2 August 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913 NEW SERIES--VOI. INTON LETTER R WILSON AND GOV. NT OFFICERS HOLD CONFERENCE. TO TAKE A REST Evolved-Ideas Different - Huerta Abdicating Is Proposed. per i'ninn News Servlce - Ambassador Henry summoned from Mexico the Washington admin conditions in the rebel blic, talked for an hour Wilscn and Secretary itted chiefly a recommen the l'nite(d ,4:tte; s I1±e its -o stabalize the ilurrta re was evoli ed--at least annoulced-b-ut it became the president's.idea and bmbassador Wilson as to the be pursued are so radically that administration officials the day's developments as the acceptance of Ambassa ' resignation. sit is concerned over the of any policy adopted by the countries, and is dis os strengthen a government IhOs power through the ques Serets incident to Madero's Wilson, on the other dhiposed to look at the situa t em past events, but with, idea of the future. He It It the busi...

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

GREATEST OF WATERPOWER DEVELOPMENTS . ......... ...............................i •~~ ., ": . - .... .tII,".u " ," ..:. ... .. ý ,:,;, :.S%.ii *·: -: *.- -~2'I1I~i .... ~~~~ ~.~" ., . -"/. .:....I :.:i i. •i:C%:: .i4wiy: - :., i.-.. . ':::! + uce over 00000 horse power by its 30 turbines.. at----, tth-o lein--tew tro rdeeo m n tK o kl. h r tetI e olwl Ic ceertd n rietWlo n aygvrosaeepce ob rsn.I h lutainI en aloo teimes amars teMsssipirvr shwinftewtrrsittrol h or ntec rot wl;ad el , eelvew oftedmfo h othedo h oe ose h ln ilpo duc ovr 30.00 ors poer y t 0 trbies CHECK RAISER'S WAY Expert Has Little Difficulty in Stealing Fortune. Operator Finds It Easy to Alter Fine Writing, but Difficult With Cale graphy of Ignorant-"Man ual" Used by Crooks. Chicago.-A Chicago crook sat in a Boom Just of La Salle street four pears ago studying a check. It was made out for $27, and was certified by the state bank on which it was drawn. S The rook's specialty was check rain ing. He was prepari...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 August 1913

A Secret of State By BRAND WHITLOCK A~rO30 or "TE ITIRTEENTR DISTRICT." "~ER DmIITE VARTTT." . EAW AVEAE." .E TURN OFr T.E rALANCE." ETC.. ETC. 060 Uopirtigh by The UobbeMerrill Compsam V\ER at the executive mansion. Governor Chat ham and his private sec rotary were at dinner when the telegram came. The governor took the yellow envelope from the butler's tray and tore it SWhe he had read the message it over without a word to SThe private secretary's eyes as he read it, and he exclaim Lockhart dead!" Soor Jim." governor sank into a deep ebair. He supported his head hand and gazed into the fire. followed, and seating him -ewise fell Into a melancholy The silence within, and the guplang the rain back and forth without, oppressed him. a young man. Once or twice at the governor, and then ,the wind and the rain to spent. imssed to be in perfect health he went away Wednesday," he silence deepened. The wind the trees and the rain the windows anew. Gilman again. He said: party's lost a good ...

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. — 2 August 1913

F Madison Journal PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, (;EM (;E SI'EN(i'ER, Edlior. ()OFICIE TI':ImPIoNI" N I 'MREIR 7. Official Journal of Madison Parish. Oilicial .Jloulrnal Fifth D)istrict Levee Board, Seliool Board, l'olice Jury uanl Town of Tallulah. $1.5) I'mR Ax.sUM ix AnD.\s. Entered lJan. 10th, lS~B4 at. Tallin lah, l.ai., as secondi-clasis imainil imatter, under Act, of 'Conigress of March 3, 187!!. The JOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents anpearing in its columns TALIATL.AI. LA,\., kugust 2, 1913. AS TO "A BOLL WEEVIL ZONE" [IVickburg Herald.] The i)epartment of Agricul ture has assured Senator Saith of Siouth Carolina, that his pro posal to establish a fifty mile anti-boll weevil zone, where cot ton shall not iºe grownl "was practical!"; and that "the cost wouldl be small when compared with the amouunt saved fronl the ravages of the boll weevil." Those who enjoy persomal ac quaintance with the M'xienn inl vader will <tithold judglment o.m the...

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

1 NOTI6B. . TALLULAH. LA. . JLLY, .0th, 1913. all men by these presents That Board of Supervisora of t for thd Pariah of Madi virtue of the power and vested in us under the Zion and lawns of the State I *aa and in acoordance ,proclamaLion issufd by .oqapor of he State of .'le4do hereby order that e St botion Im held in the I Ward ut the Parish ofi on AY. THE 26TH DAY OF ' AUGUST, 1913. g purpose ,of electing a Po- a for Ward Seven in the d pariah and State. I election shall be held at Store in said Ward Seven. following are hereby ap. u to serve as Commission i 11. P. Purnell, Scott Rettis , .R. Mitchell, and 3. W. u im serve as Clerk at said will be open at 6 o'clock sad closed at 7 p. m. in b with the general eleo- I1 W. M. Scorr a JOHN E. YEROER, isors of Eiections for ; Madison Parish. pt and luxurious servica Sseasonable rates. 'Phone : T5! night. or No's.2 and :38 SI P'..GAIxss. .SURNEY LONG, Attorney-at-l.aw, E DELTA, LA. } I practice in the parishes of l uuieiasna. R. Paul G...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 2 August 1913

STOLEN - * . SINGIR3 & MA1GRW& DiIANGIR SYNOPSIS. Agatha Redmond. opera singer, starting dtr an auto drive in New York. fnds a stranger sent as her chauffeur. Later Sue Is accosted by a stranger who climbs the auto and chloroforms her. James bleton of Lynn. Mass.. witnesses the abduction of Agatha Redmond. Hamble ton sees Agatha forcibly taken aboard a cht He secures a tug and when near the yacht drops overboard. Aleck Van Camp, friend of Hambleton. had an ap otntment with him. Not meeting Ham n, be makes a call upon friends. Madame and Miss Melanie Heynler. He propoeesto the latter and is refused. The tan enarangea coast trip on Van Camp's yarcht, the Bea Gull. Hambieton wakes up on hoard the Jeanne D'Arc. the yacht on which to Agatha Redmond. He meets a man who introduces himself as Mot e leur Chatalard. who is Agathae abduc t(r. They fight, but are interrupted by eh sinkting of the vesseL Jimmy and gatha are ahrbdoud by the crew, who )1 Y to the boats. Jimmy sad Agatha Sw...

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. — 2 August 1913

Rathenow. bwhere King George joorney to Berlin in order w the squadron of Zlethen M-dmanded by the royal prlinc EP-nest of Cumber Jdeepy little market town in - Bgrandenb ', about forty cli the capital and only a few bl n, the ancestral seat er of Bismarck. It was at w where Otto von Bismarck th yoaS Junker, presented Ir seection to Pruistan's rst h to a perliament. The eleo their presclence by ston- as Swheo was destined to ore ew e empire. wkd He Meant U are all the rough necks and ab-sd the legislative scribe heads with the police re nhs re turn from the general B whet I was going to ask h I sment the ones that get 1c Setaraed the weary Joura tl --- k erelo Treatment. - rthin you can suggest for bay fever?" asked who was sneeing. to to Nme place where there of mosquitoes and you'll aiL" 14 Out Too OftC . love." began the dear girl. s married yoa won't be out d - you?" mat," replied George, who e . "Pray for me." WCTOR'S STATEMENT Y D.. Weidner. Ark..write prcticing in Arkansas ym...

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. — 2 August 1913

4i~ 4. ~'~:~·,~`~ ·~B~~L~~? g1~9L ) 4.4~i s~ 44 : 4rA: 4%5 ::.r:.p,~~! ·.~ HwP-· io.·gbZ:f..,OMF~~`' ~ ~~~4: · ;·8::~?·-;':·::. :~i ~ .~-':·; · -·.·ei~"\ ,d I · VB& ~-' : 9:: · 4''8· ~ :: ·. t~9 ·r ':.q~* LW PI WARD· -ii~~: n \X/ESER/1 ~JEW~APE -~ *.*44 VmrdPl U kAO r ,· ·:44. ~~a.% ':r* '4~, *:~ 4. 4.4. 8.~~~I C ..CU ? e a *·4 ·4.4.,e .;.' .. B'LANNED AMAZING JOY RIDE Dininhma.' ShrOM Was To Dariu f tsUpas..oa Awine.aa Aminsm Casss eegrtlis Niagara a. as anuasmeat wh aim whbis James dol. ?s am r ess. al to s- t ae PaaeAmd Psp*. wsr TUS iii alit... ft ....1. M ta kw no, wes to he mat s the -r *~b Y whirling over the tremendoes ater Moatereys plan was to costract a mammoth swingl derrick, the arm at which was to be more than one hundred feet long. on Goat islad. The tackles from the pulles wmld be mde testn to a covere best. The Inlea'ger, only heet te or lftee at a time, were to board the craft a short dites up the stream, bas whesee It would be savlg to the enter f the river a...

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. — 9 August 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, NATURDAY, AI'IGUST.9, 1913 NEIW ERIE-VOL. NO 35. ate R o a dways that there will be cn- as exploted. There are six avision n cttln roads roads from every parish seat of the national highways In Louisiana. to every other parlsh meat. Also cross- They are: country roadways are expected to be New Orleans-Bhreveport Road Sbuilt to facilitate overland commerce About 400 miles in length, coming E ge and planters. Into the state in the northwestern sec. SThe entire proposed state road sy.- tioz., running through Shreveport and tom is approximately 4.600 mlles in do c,, to Alexandria. Thence the road will i.e continued to baton Rouge on length and will make a perfect web- the ,.tst side of the river, and, cross Parish Seat to Be Eventually Connected, and work over the state. This survey, ina t..e river at the capital, will come which has been completed, han ad- to , w Orleans. Ni a Orleans to Little Rock Road...

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. — 9 August 1913

TREADING IN HIS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS * . . ..*.. ... ':: . Ki °: : i • 8..5.. . . .. :-:. . :: :...: .  ' ! . . :: .-. . .::.. : ·:. : . -" .- .:i: :· :i i~~`" i C I ·· i-i..-:i . .- : . . ..'. " i'. ·· ·'''.:-::· ·;:!':': :'... " J. P. Morpas. hemad of the great fleiuaail house of Morgan. seen at the left of the illustration, makes daLly trps to busines from his summer home on Long Island aboard his steam yacht. His wife is seen at the right. sad in the center is Miss Jane Morgan. who has been at Newport recently. EXECUTE "M Mlake Oppenheimer, Noted Crim- Tb / nal l Put to Death. wb Op ur ired Many Men-Having Added ox Geveral Killlngs to His Record While In Prison, for One of P Whlch He Hanged. ' lsom, Cal.-"Jake" Oppenheimer. p14 ewn so "The Criminal of the Cen r sand "The Tiger Man," because .t his murderous ferocity, was put to m' i's- t en the gallows here for the mur. td dt a ellow-convict In lso. Al Oppenheimer was probably one of U. the most remarkable acrtmals of the , m...

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. — 9 August 1913

..---- O* The Vindication of Henderson of Greene By BRAND WHITLOCK .r.oo or "TIE TRTETmm DISTICT." "ER HIMF vARuTYV.. £31 30 FT AVERAGE." RE TURN or THE B ALANCE." ETC. ETC. boptIght by The Bobbt-Merri Company ALDWIN, the lobby-' ist, leaning forward with his elbows on. his knees, and swaying with the train as it swung out on to the rocky ledge that paves the Valley of the Des pl aines, con templa tively cut ad from a fresh cigar and said: SI'rm not so sure, after all. My with the Bailey bill shook agh is that proposition." _ two other men in the salon p with startled eyes. had been driven over from a Avenue home and caught Ma limited when it made the stop at Twenty-third 8treet, he boarded the last of its cur PeDmans. This coach was the lastitution known to Illinois ip as the Springfield and Baldwin and his two com Jenafings, the secretary of and Denny Healy, a canal com had the capsulated coziness u smoking compartment all to es Down by Dwight they -jJles into a desultory discus...

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. — 9 August 1913

:T1 IADISON JOURNAL PUBUSBED EVERY SATURDAY. GE(ORG(E S'%EN(Ei, Editor. OFrlCE TEIEI'IIONE Nlli; iC 7. Offkii Journal of Madison Parish. Offcial ..urnl I Fifth I)i'triet TIA' vePC 1ard, Sclhsl ',lardl, I',,lice Jury and Town, of Tallulah. ' . ... +-7 - l$I.;.: l'R ANNUI M IN ADVANCVE. Entered.lanl. Ilithi, IlNI3 at. Tallu ,lah, la., as secondill-el' ,ini matter, unlidr A't of (Congress of March I1, 1s79. The JOURNAL is not r*'ponsiible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns TALLULAII, LA., August 9. 1913. IBERIA MEETIG. The meeting at Ilberia to ap ,Iprove the course of Senators Ranadell and Thornton on the o ilgar schedule was largely at tended. We are of the opinion that the meeting was ill adviseld and accomplished nothing. At lHest, it was but a counter t) the Rlus .tm meeting. The votersof this :State entertain widely diil'erent views on this subject. These -views have never beIn crystal : ised into definite expression, nor can they be, as long a...

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. — 9 August 1913

DISCti JOURNALJitc th is LA., Air-vST 9, j1I:L. thoi i- - it. JBCIAL NOTES. ,;ui Iir. yier is enOoy ng an out- U zas p n Tfl ni l fiver. (bot Iqerv Smith r,,turned Wednes- in t teifs rip to Mississippi. tc 3 to 'I of Mnnaford, i the :'ai. JS. Aprm for this werd1. tiL. .r. rown is iere vii itinf Ilii ri.g hi r in.,e:l .it 1. 'f Wolb in:r .r- t ti ; rut t :f dsr'scamp. il LRountree left, Wednes- to·i gbme in Vidalia, La. the l. h, Wt, of St. Joseph, La.. ti . to Tallulah Sunday. The al'sl Gaines left Wednr:Vdav aLli La., whler" he will spind of I with Mr. Percy Rountree. prol ]eeves, nec Mi s Am:nda ti,. ing a few days with Mull ls, IS. T. Piarnel I. lah, " . .or l Eiley lIul just returned nut y visit to New York and Iar; .erger left Saturday to A days at the camp of Mr. J. ihet cull rs. T. C. A ree, of ''inq- of H a} rs.ceiling eongratni::t lon th. hlval, Tutsday, oi a feine In Roott le-ft. Tuesdnv r lot ftrip to friend' a id rela:'ve abut sad Tennes e e. a1 "Pi I.ee MetGoodwin, of...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 August 1913

S -- $TObI A N * a SINGERH IMARTWA DLIANGIR -zn~~~-Y~-v~ SYNOPSIS. Agatha Redmond. opera singer, startlng ir an auto drive In New York. fns a; stranger sent as her chauffeur. I.,.ter see Is accosted by a stranger who n.lllhs MiO the auto and chloroforms her Jane Haimbleton of Lynn. Mass.. witnessew th. abduction of Agatha Redmond. ll. amh:e tOn sees Agatha forcibly taken ah.,.trI a yacht. He secures a tug and wh.nr n, tr the yacht drops overboard. Aleck Van Camp. friend of Hambleton. had an aP pIlntment with him. Not meeting It .ua leton, he makes a call up,n friends. Madame and Miss Melanie rteynler. Ite pou05a to the latter and Is refused The three arrange a coast trip on Van V'amp's yaeht, the Sea Gull. Hlambleton waa.es up on board the Jeanne 1)'Are. the yaLht ea which is Agatha Redmond. He mneis a man who Introduces himself as Mon sleur Chatelard. who tl Agatha's abduc tor. They flight, but are Interrupted by the salking of the vessel. Jimmy and Agatha are abandoned by the cre...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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