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

RUNS A FERRY Across Hudson for aenty Years. b pipe, but Was a and Still Loves the r Retainl--l the of a preacher. -TI'rm have changed a had the monopoly of e d the pioneers is a of long experience and ty; she has steered her eto shore of the Hud twenty years or more. who cones to the rear Mechanicsville, wish farried over to the farms beyond, is puzzled for a the raft at anchor on doe. It is so quiet and a pce In the noonday still pr portation setms a mat e` O the business of the day. moment the stranger looks be seeb uol) green fields b, misty willows by the sad blue flowers in warm, and a horn hanging a *go old elm b) the dock. eomes slo'%l) zigzagging Wto its course by a cable. ,eans. shading her eyes' brown hand for a good n aewly arrited. She is a at seventy and eighty. S aaa's hat, n.,n s buo's. and a es. Her dark fate is d Lrewd and humorous. sho be ye. where be ye from. S be ye going" is her greet -sgA docks. As they .mole $s river, Mag puts him S lbe third degree, and gossi...

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. — 4 October 1913

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Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 October 1913

i ADISON JOURNALI '. Safor SOCIAL tiOTES. s-ct *.ug Pictur" nxt w .,k , .' t t 1Fr Ao v .D. . E .'. :t to, N .ý',. '. r.a d Mis. i. t".l. "y ill4.. V. of D uckp ,rt, ,tt Ic,, " nn It II I I' It I- . i to vi' it ' ila s a ,I 1 j this w Alex l..k, -im . er !f . police , ,u 1; i ,1, , 1, (l-. g, ow ut V -. )% 1+ u ::a-, . Bitte 11ilp.. through A 'a J. it. Stne "n'l..e. a A thi k. .1 i..J cobs 1:1 - 1n, : 1. I ai de u It ri t:: i 'a"t:. i :: ,bher' :1 . .. . . ! S b y '. "1 , , 1 , 4, . b. tnd Mrs. V. V .'i.:d a I Churi . rº . .. , J. V. . :; .. : 4.";tL.~ to Duck,,rt Su ,.:', t, givcl .,, iU i. A. L. , I. T ,PA: .Kel!,,, 1,, .h, t awn l ,;1;l,,t . King, La. 'rll, . 'lu '.'1 , . i Levee B ,;.'i ' , N%. : it I 1 , t'x' i . * Tarbcrt Miae'k left \V,_!. . for linva.rk, ' , ., Schodl during the- ci.,r' inl tihere. 1U. . . . -.. ... . .... ii. .Scott Eili' pt.: s" I thrtu t 14. oi hi, ,vy t, , i n .:' ia ie lhs a.:a, i el a ;,,.itin Ijo . the Dack,, aL Mrcn1.Ul l S* : 17 W. Ho(mes at t.n...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 October 1913

CHILDREN LOVE SYRUP OF FIGS It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted on-castor oil, calomel. cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. .Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well-found ed. Their tender little "insides" are injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its I action is positive, but gentle. .Millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take it; that it never fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweet en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful a given today saves a sick child tomoer. row. Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of FIgs." which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups p...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 October 1913

HAIR MEANS DRUFF IS ACTIVE gr Hairl Get a 25 Cent Bottle gplderine Right Now-Also goaps Itching Scalp. ilttle, colorless and scraggy ate evidence of a neglected of dabdruffthat awful scurf. i nothing so destructive to Sdandruff. It robs the hair r, its strength and its very a tually producing a feverish Itching of the scalp, which thi led causes the hair roots loosen and die-then the lea out fast. A little Danderine w-any time-will surely , bir. an. S25 cent bottle of Knowlton's from any store, and after so, i application your hair will _ at life, luster and luxuriance all Sbeautiful. It will become sit -tuffy and have the appear gpadance: an incomparable "n of softness, but what will mrost will be after just a are ' se, when you will actual- an * at of fine, downy hair-new g all over the scalp. Adv. w( tal TURNED THE TRICK th gkheme of English Smugglers F prustrated by Luck at the Last Moment. asd the most ingenious of smug- ch a i aIks was that originated by a d elever Parisian ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 October 1913

SENiCHMIN FLIES AT TERRIFIC PACE TRAVELS AT SPEED OF MORE THAN TWO MILES A MINUTE. WINSTHE INTERNATIONAL CUP inventor of Fast Aeroplane Held on Charge of Obtaining Money Ille gally to Develop Machine. Western Newspaper Unton News Service Rheims, France.-Maurice Prevost won for Prance the internationl aero plane cup, open to all nations, but with only France and Belgium competing He flew the 124.28 miles in the record time of 59 minutes 45 3-5 seconds more than two miles a minute. Prevost's best circuit of the 6.313 mile course was 2 minutes 56 3-4 sec onds, or at the rate of 2 -16 miles per minute. The contestants had to fly around this course 20 times. Observers were thrilled by the mar velous speed of Prevost's wide-winged monoplane. The flying machine at one moment seemed like a bird in the distance: a few seconds later the craft was passing with shrill whirring pro peller, and then again rapidly dwin died in size. The Inventor of the winning mono plane, Armand Deperdussin, did n...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ElTE RO., 'ubnlishertr TAL UILA,.II, 'MAI)IýON PAIINII, LOUIIANA. , NATIII.Til, O(TOlllIl Ii 1, 191: NI'W .1i!1ii. --101. l --lml aa i N INENGEFOR IPPINES, PLAN OF NEW ADMINISTRATION NED BY GOVERNOR GENERAL. NATIVES CONTROL "'p Filipinos Will Be Given In Both Houses of Legislature. per I nion News Service. ncts Burton Harrison of newly appointed governor the Philippines, upon his was greeted by several people, many of whom had the provinces. General Harrison's address Instructions received from Wilson, stating broadly the rati's policy toward the ctions declared that every be taken with a view to the landependence of the islands. 0 was announced that the first ca be taken at once would be t H e citizens the majority of t he h commissions and thus a mi- gc both houses of the Philippine D st President Wilson's sentiments w ,I am in complete accord." R gsvernor general. "1Vithin the t smy office, I shall do my ut aid in the fulfillment of o ir and I am confident w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

HOW TARIFF CHANGES AFFECT THE HOME Washington.-FclloIng are the changes made by the new tariff bill In the rates charged for imports of household necessities: Present law. New law. Sugar ..............48.5 per cent. Free after March 1, 1914. Te ................ Free. Free. Coffee ............... Free. Free. Salt .................1 pound 7 cents. Free. Bread ................25 per cent. 25 per cent. Milk ................. Gallon, 2 cents. Free. Cream ...............5 cents. Free. Eggs ...............Dozen, 5 cents. Free. Butter .............. Pound, 6 cents. 2'2 cents. Oatmeal .............. Pound. 1 cent. 1-3 cent. Flour ...............Barrel, 45 cents. Free. Cheese .............Pound, 6 cents. 2' 2 cents. Meat ................ 10 per cent. Free. Wool yarns .......... 79.70 per cent. 18.90 per cent. Wool blankets ........ 72.90 per cent. 30.90 per cent. Wool underwear ......93.90 per cent. 35.70 per cent. Wool clothing .......79 per cent. 35 per cent. Wool dress goods for women and ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

From Alpha to Omega By BERBERT QUICK ACtp l of Alladia & C." *Virtiala of the Air Lams,' Etc. Copyright by the Bobbskerr-l Comp.any T narrows a man to stick from around in one place. You me a L broaden out more pan- "It handling over one divi- did sion, than by watching the with. cars go by for years. We I've been everywhere from down Alpha to Omega. Okla- It wa homa, and peeked over about most of the jumping-off for t places, and Iowa is not we c( the whole works at all. that That's why I'm here now. there Good quiet state to moss ful gi over in; but no life! Me time .outains where the stealing ed, a yet, and a man with genius slwet a millionaire' was -g in one big deal, once-the 'I Sbuntain Mine. Pete Peter- T I worked In the Golden Foun- neete boarded with Brady. a pit chino 3ver hear of psychic power? the t _ told me once that I haye a fot M that's why folks tell me their 0 The second day Irady told fault tL mine was being wrecked. N do you know?" said I "'9 t at'reminin' bi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

TBI lADISON JOURNAL IVUBLiHt EUrytT SATURDATY GEORGE SPEINOER, Editor. (JPvic TRLiPiOtNc NUMBER 7. Offici Jeerdnal ef (Madiso. Parish. - ; Official Journal Fifth Distriejt Levee Board, School Board, Police Jtdry and Town of i Tallulah. $1.50 P~a AfUt-x If AYvAsc. Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallu lah, La, as second-ela.s mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, The JOURNAL is not responsible for I the views and opinions ooterrespondents f &ppeantg In Its columns t .ALLULAs, LA., (OcTSedt 11, 1913. ANN4OVU4C:IgT ENT. ii t'o Ta DmmocwArC VOTERSa Or tl f PAsea or MAbIns ti The General Assembly of this tate of Louisana has been called by his h zefelleacy*, the Governor of this State, a to convene in etraordinary session at the State C0pitol in the City of Baon i Roue onth 8th instant mainly for lc tie purpose of ordering a Coastiutional Lonvention, having for its chief object UI the taking care of out State's presest nr indebtednrss of some as11,.000.00, which will ina...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

IADISON JOURNAL LA., Octonta 11, 1918 sIAL HOTES J. W. 1ox is now with Pitt os.____01 Geo. Spencer made a busi- - ip to Vieksburg Tuesday. R Will Yerger, of Mound, a visitor to town yesterday. - e a niumiber will attend -ircus to-day.a and Mrs. J. W. Oramp, of ly, La, were in Tallulah " r. ad Mrs. J. L. Cason and tsr Venie, went to Vicks. gturdayl di John Devine. of Waverly, r of the School Board, town Wednesday, sad Mrs. Leo Shields, of d t, were in town this James Beard, of Omega, e was in town on business ge A. Llack iscofined to home from a spell of sickness t ted two weeks ago. Mr. Frank H: Reid, of Mem= Tenn., was in town this b D. D. DeMoss, father of W ;hllow towesman, J. W. De a is visiting relatives and4 aends here. Ir.ad Mrs, J. A. Betha and T are out at Snyder's where Pike is painting t"p. c Little Miss mma Louise Se- f ntertained her little friends a delightful party on Friday a uis Bulah Easterling, of Sondd , who has been the guest u ar. and Mrs. . . W Gaines, this we...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

MRS. RIVERS DISCLOSES SECRET Matter Didn't Prove Experiment After All, and She Now Makes it Public. Mineral Springs. Ark -In a letter from this place, Mrs. 3. M. Rivers says: "If it had not been for ('ardui, the woman's tonic, no doubt I would have been in my grave. I was sick all of the time for 10 years, and took medicines constantly. I suffered terribly. At last, I decided I would just try Cardul on my own book, and kept it a secret. It was cer tainly a God-send to me. Since taking it, I have no pain whatever, feeling good, and can wrestle with my 16-year. old son. In fact, I don't feel over 16 myself. Am as happy as a lark. When I began taking Cardui I only weighed 101 lbs. Now I weigh 117% lbs., and am going to continue taking Cardul until I weigh 135. ! I just can't say enough for Cardul I and I believe if all women who suffer from womanly troubles would take it, there would be more happy homes." d Using Cardul is no experiment. It has stood the most severe of all tests- the t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 October 1913

RETS" FOR Fa IIER; BOWELS headache, biliousness, taste or constipation Ii by morning. s$ent box. keeping your bowels, liver, h clean, pure and fresh ts, or merely forcing a Mo every few days with ed by Ic Pills, Castor Oil or Ap i Waters? ways "jving a bowel wash-day. Let The I thoroughly cleanse and reg- self stomach, remove the sour pleas food and foul gases, ('or excess bile from the liver help out of the system all the terist waste matter and poisons We trout t to-night will make you it we by morning. They work Fre deep-never gripe, esicken only gy inconvenience, and cost odors gets a box from your store. To t men and women take a gard eow and then and never keep] e, Biliousness, Coated tion. fdlgestion, Sour Stomach or Th Adv. quain frien EASILY TO BE SEEN M. S Wst ent Once to the Root of keep * Trouble, as He Had It but I Sized Up. mang g, who was proud of his boy's and at school, one evening two -p a home lesson book and their gm it a quotation which ran A "Some books should ...

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. — 11 October 1913

AUTO OR sAZUMp IT SPAT OUT FIRE Mysterious Object Arouses Chi cago Policeman's Suspicion as to Its Species. DRIVER IS ARRESTED Owner Unhitches Motor and Walks Off, Leaving Dry Goods Box Con traption-Smeared With Dust anc Motor Oil, But Was Happy. ('hicago. - "Chugchug; ungth; rp-r-r-r; zunk!" The trained ear of Patrolman James Shea caught these sounds the other d,y as he stood at Fifty-fifth street and Lake Park avenue. They were not espec(ially hard to catch as they came in a flock. They arose from a mys t.rious appearing object that ap :,:oache-d from the south. In due course of time the mysterious obj'ct arrived. It looked like a barrel 'tt:(ched to a dry goods box and .:eunt.d on wheels. It spat fire from . o sides of the barrel. It groaned iike a creature tortured beyond its i':Tngth. In a hole in the top of the 'Er: goods box sat a man. He was Sru :tr+d with dust and motor oil, but !:' b'amed out on the world like a y'*-r.on well pleased with himself. "lnalt!" This word was ...

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. — 18 October 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. )UNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLLAII, MADISON PAllISH, LOUISIANA, SATUIliAY), OVT. OI : I. 191º 1:;:11 1 N I .l ;: --11. MER VOLTURNO BURNS T SEA: 136 LIVES ARE LOST NIERS ARE PPED BY FIRE -;torm Prevents Other From Reaching Doomed Ship. S SEE DISASTER Respond to Wireless Call mIp sad Rescue Survivors the Gale Subsides. _ nper 'Unlnn News R.rvte i-One hundred and thir:; wmre added to the toll claim men when the steamshil W ad for New York troc burned in mid-oceanu of persons looked on at the spectacle, unable to render Is inse of a terrific gale blewtng pe caught the call for She wireless and were on within a few ho, rs. Th,:r min made one effort after uese the passengers from ship, but without av il g during the greater part the battle with the waves the passengers on the to be succorred, or. -'belng taken from the h the ocean and were wre launched from the esly to be dashed to the sides of the vessels. own life boats were when an attempt was them into the ragin...

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. — 18 October 1913

A Belated Rebel Invasion By HERBERT QUICK AtA.r of Alladia & Co. Virgi. ia  l thi Air La- s, ED. Goozrrb& hr Mhe Bobbts-Merr OomDpWe AM an outcast from my na tive Iowa. I have held high and honorable office, and I have been treated as was Coriolanus of old. I am a victim of the ingratitude of republics, as expressed in a direct primary in Stevens County, Iowa. I am on my way to the great new West, where I shall seek to serve newer com munities where perfidy may not be so ingrained in the nature of the body politic. And I shall shun relations other than professional ones, with persons of youth, beauty, charm, and feminine gender. For by these I am a sufferer. I have with me my notes, and to you is given the first hearing of my side of a case which may become historic. "The contest is unequal," says Epictetus, "between a charming young girl and a beginner in philosophy." Let this be remembered when I am blamed for the havoc wrought upon my political educational career in Stev...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 October 1913

Educational and Co-Operative Union of America o Nr ud' Apimakwid Ulittle nibble will keep a man Sall day. the hoe sharp and the rows .at seem so long. Sbspecked man does all his away from home. is one of the best things go it is still better coming. ao gave voice only to one's oee wouldn't talk so much. ass who has made a fortune gusted time wishing he was of the law does not pro *b losing lawyer from collecting man often acts as if he somebody else wanted to s job. saw a man who abused dumb who had not a streak of running through his sys a lively imagination to ,yI- out of farm work; but a spirit will make it a great a man has learned to say the Mtle words, "I can't afford it." sad without embarrassment, the pert of his real troubles are gsa who has an icehouse full of ice, and a woodshed Seat-producing wood, cut to th is pretty well prepared the hot weather. of the unrest and discontent f ormers comes from not know to make the most of a small etter ten cares with knowledge quarter...

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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. — 18 October 1913

I-_ ___ TBE IADISON JOURNAL " PuBLuI-RD EVERY SATURDAY. fal tIEORGE SPENCER, Editor. ex ftl Orptcg TaL.EPHOn NUxMER 7. to Offldcl Jeread ef Madhesl Part. " Official Journal Fifth District tlt Ivere Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of h Tallulah. $1.50 Prt A!usM t ADVANcE. In .1I Entered Jan. l(th, 1900M at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail in" matter, under Act of (cngress f of March 3, 1879. to The JOURNAL Is not responsible for " the views and opinions of correspondents ' appearing in its columns in TALLULA Lt. Okcroanu I`, 1,18r. Il ANNOUNCEMENT. ,, 'To Ta DuEOCRATUC Voeres or Tas vi PARaIs o? MADmse: oi, The General Assembly of the State tI of Louisiana has been called by his ~ Excellency, the Governor of this State, to convene in extraordinary session at I the State Capitol in the City of Baton Rouge on the th nstanst, matily for the purpose of ordering a Constustional Convention, having for its chief object the taking etre of our State's present indebtedness of som...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 October 1913

IADlSOII JOURNAL " LAn, LA., OCTOnIC 18, 1913 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. Abel Evans, of Enoka, La., "as in town Friday. To Mr. J. W. Crnump, of Waverly, Ge Was in town Monday onl business. Ch Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Thomas were in toýn1I Tuesday. Hon. J. B. Snyder went to ata Roosevelt on business Thursday. an c Mr. A. W. Snitha is visiting g relatives and friends in Tallulah. tr Mr. W. H. Ward, of Mansford, pe I ,. , attended Court Tuesday. Jal. Mr. J. W. DeMoss has accepted a he a position with Zeigler-Darrow bol Oimpany. So Siss Dorothy Slack and Miss rep" Sjcille Pinney spent Monday in AI0 -yicksmburg.- thn B Deputy Sheriff P. H. Hebert wtsl 'ed a bunch of prisoners to Peni Rouge Thursday. et issa Frances beMoss returned ,1 Tallulah Wednesday, after mading several days in Delhi. mull Mr. J. N. Harvey, of Wulmot, gull -rk., visited his family this utu eek. 81 Mr. Smsnual McClellan, from and .j-igsissippi, has been visiting re.- sils C tiaves in ,wn. Mr. R. 1). . Newell, of Quebec, seut ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 October 1913

I CHILD CROSS FEVERISH, CK Look, Mother! If tongue is coated, give "California Syrup of Figs." Children love this "fruit laxative," and nothing else cleanses the tender stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. A child simply will not stop playing to empty the bowels, and the result is they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sours, then your little one becomes cross, half-ieck, feverish, don't eat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system full of cold, has sore throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen, Mother! See if tongue is coated, then give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passeq out of the sys tem, and you have a well child again. Millions of mothers give "California Syrug of Figs" because it is perfectly harmless; children love it, and it nev er falls to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask at the store for a 60-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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