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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 October 1913

People vNeed A Bowel Stimulant 00 is mild Laxatfr' wIrKeP she Bo ela Gresl AZV - age is so absolutely de the condition of the bow  trs should be taken to ý act regularlY. The fact sU age asaces the stomach cos weak and inactive and does not store up the juloes to prompt digestion. san be obtained by eating foods and by plenty of t this latter is irksome to people. One thing is cer state of constipation should sveeded. as it is danger us M hIalth. The best plan is : a laxative as often as is had . But with equal cer- the H uggested that cathartics, well' physics, salts and pills be furth dey do but temporary good she 1 arsh as to be a shock to a reme 3. A better plan and one that gist it elderly people are follow- usua -ke a gentle laxative-tonic then, U's Syrup Pepsin, which its like nature as is possible. whic tendency of this remedy alwa the stomach and bowel reful so train them to act natu- sexe when medicines of all with sinally be dispensed with. Ti pinion of many people of p...

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. — 18 October 1913

FORMIERBOOTB00 AK University Professor Tells Story of Thriling Holdup by Italian Robbers. "TONY" EMBRACED HIM Instructor of English at the University of Illinois Has Unique Adventure While on His Vacation in the Moun tains of Italy. Urbana, Ill.-It is not given to the adventurous alone to have adventures. Like romance and opportunity, adven. ture will come to the cottage as well as the castle and you might get it when you are not looking. Witness the case of Melvin A. Hollinshead, whc returned recently from a trip to Eu rope. Mr. Hollinshead is an instructor in English at the University of Illinois. For his vacation he went to the shores of the Mediterranean and found a great delight in burrowing into the little hamlets and out of the way places. One afternoon he set out from the Italian village of Verona. A little tired from his climb, he rounded a bend in the trail and came in view of a pretty hamlet nestling beneath the overhanging mountain. Of course there was the inevitable inn...

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. — 25 October 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. Ijg'E BROS., Publishers TALLULAII, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATUI'RDAY, O('TOBER 15, 1913: NEW NEltlEN-- 4L. 1 NO. 4 TV BY COURT K GOVERNOR REMOVED SOFFICE BY IMPEACH MENT BODY. ACK ON MURPHY T'- se Thief in Frontier Days M ave eceived a Squarer Deal. I :lion .r. w%. "e .1. r o. N. Y.-Found guilty by the of impeachment on three preferred agatinf him. ilzer was removed from of r, lror of the state of New vote of the court in favor oal of the governor was 4 l Memberm not voting. - l. Glynn, lieutenant gov sworn in as his successor. h the history of the state to his office in this manner. of the court was that guilty of falsification, per -- attempt to suppress evt l"asst him. Of all other eI was acquittbd, the court voting him not guilty of ianlning articles of the lm Meld Office in Future. y unanimous vote, also. t tribunal decided that not be punished by dis to hold office of honor n this state in the future. ve been the extreme cc ti e law. cl executive was s...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 October 1913

The League of Lost Causes By H. M. EGBERT T R Ad t Paul Lame, American Milionair The Woman From the Sea (Copyright. 1913. by W. G. Chapman.) AI'L. I.ANE felt utterly dispirited as he ascended the front steps of his cottage on the Long Is land shore that Friday afternoon in mid-autumn, with two days of leisure in front of him before he should resume his daily labor with its monoton ous toil. It was not that he hated work or craved a life of ignoble ease and pleas ure. Philosophically inclined, even Wefore he left college he had discerned the futility of the search after hap piness. Contentment, he knew, must be the reward of work. But this this eternal toil in a New York office, adding millions to millions for the aggrandizement of the monopoly which his father had built up-this was what appalled him. In other lands a man situated as he was might enter poli tics, devote his life and fortune to his country; here-well, his country could get along very well without his assistance. In th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 October 1913

aCo-Operative I Union of America thi lot kil fot vi( ga pays as he goes usually o is thought without purpose Fa pa flues often permit the au S9J. lth helps some men and makes to _th. m. mof prevention is worth a o° er opinions are better o at all. ha a pneumatic tire that is fre- th tlured. t - rrency isn't always m oney toh gown in. alrency isn't always money s blown in. fo is as essential to the a to the stock. of success is correct In- er gecured in advance. ye to be pleasant should be su tlanger in the tale. fu Ifed success--co-opera- se rsance companies. rn voice only to one's e wouldn't talk so much. za - one of the best things 18 it is still better coming. na who has made a fortune ar time wishing he was th al of the law does not pro- li bsiaa lawyer from collecting Pa lel airM owes every man a liv- h -very man must collect it a man often acts as if he in .Issbody else wanted to bE i farming is no bugaboo. di kwledge and good sense tl everyday conditions. p1 bikes of lead pe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 October 1913

TIE 1A0llN JOURNAL PLunLISnD EVERY SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. 9 OFICE T'EL.H'1IVE N L31R 7. t, Offricil mournal of Madison Parish. to Om :ial Journal Fifth District it Levee Boar-'.. '"hL:cAi Board, w Police Jury ar. T;,*n of h Tallulah. C4 $1.60 Pea Altxux I ADVAc3. d Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail ti matter, under Act of Uongresn o of March 3, 1879. The JOURNAL is not responsible for a t.e views and opinions of correspondents tI appearlng in its onlumns i a TaLtLAs L.t. Ocronas 25, 1918. ti ANNOUV4CEMENT. h To amn DenmRATIC VNOmERS of Tsa PAriss or MasDson : The General Assembly of the State of Lonisian has been called by his Prelleney, the Governor of this blate, Ii to eonvene in extraordinary session at the State Captol In the City of Baton Rouge on the 8th instant, mainly for the purpose of ordering a Conatiutional GCavention, bating for its chief object r the raking oare of our State's present Indebtedness of some $11,000,000.00, which...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 October 1913

-u, la., crousa .23, 19181 tIWlM 5AU PERSALAL SAbernathy, Sondheimer, e a visitor to town Sunday. ..Ralph Evans, of Roosevelt, an is town Sunday'. . Dixon Powell, of Waverly, vi .is Tallulah Wednesday. to r J. V. Sovier was in Tuesday. do -if A. J. Sevier woat to in rg Wednesday. ei SMary Yerger went to St. in Monday. . W. J. Burns,of Tallebena, I {`htown Sunday. . Oeo. Montgomery visited sp and St. Joseph last week. pi W H. Ward, of Mansford, Sviitor-tQ town Tuesday. !e goaer Smith, of Vfdalia, d esu a visitor to town this le * ee a. nd Mrs. Leo Shields, of hi S-La., spent Monday in Iui Si . . D. Smith visited Duck- d+ sad Cabin Teele this week buslues. Mr. Blair, of Mississippi,  be to Mr. G. P. Blair, is o relatives here. N r., B. 0. Montgomery, Jr.,i a business trip to Newell osad t. Joseph this week. tI M. D. Monette has added i rooms to her already hotel. Carrie Hopkins, of St. -visited friends on town W port of the week. ,B. F. Bonney and Hon. ,o X. Reeves, of St. Joseph, F...

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. — 25 October 1913

MOTHER! LOOK AT CHILD'S TONGUE If cross, feverish, constipated, give "Cdlifornia Syrup of Figs" A laxative today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will not I take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach sour. Look at the tongue, mother! If coat ed. or your child is listless, cross, fev erish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs." then don't worry, because it is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours h all this constipation poison, sour bile ca and fermenting waste will gently 1 move out of the bowels, and you have -Il a well, playful child again. A thor- 0" ough "inside cleansing" is oftimes all d, that is necessary. It should be the p1 first treatment given in any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 October 1913

SBnruises ff Muscles "1eveed by Sloana' i Lait of-DO rub STry It Sp+ml Dbaeaied Hip ed t nkle and di'locted Sfailing out ad third story - Went . crmtcbee for four Then I started to ure your according to dlrections. I It bIlsiy me wonderfully. LOANf .it 'S Kills Pain ..Mfa.. hr Sras.. adrsained my arm a week SIn terrble pain. I could i dorarm untl I applied t.I shall never be with lhe far SMillmes. Ulniment bas done morn iaything I have ever tried I got my hand hurt so Red to stop work right In mof the year. I thought I would have to bave my f but I got a bottle oa t and cured my baud." :A.. sap EiER YOU NEED A SENERAL TONIC -TA E GROVE'S Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver, Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up Whole System. For Grown People and Children. Swhat yo are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic rlials is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known asrtes of QUININE a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 25 October 1913

MRS. PAKHURST IS ORDERED ADMITTED PRESIDENT WILSON COMES TO AID OF BRITISH MILITANT SUFFRAGETTE. MUST BE "GOOD" WHILE HERE Famous Leader Promises Not to Preach Violence-Must Leave When Lecture Tour Ends. Westlrs Newspaper t'nlo News . rv wr. Washington.-After having been die niled entrance to the United States by 'he immigration authori'ies at New York and held a prisoner pending an appeal to the commissioner of immi aration at Washington. Mrs. Emmaline Pankhurst, the British militant suf fragette, was ordered released and given permission to go where she pleased in the United States, with the understanding that the leave the country when she completes her lec ture engagements. Mrs. l'ankhurst promised to be "good" while she remained in this country, assuring the authorities that she had no intention of preaching mill tan(y to the suffragettes of this coun try. An order releasing the much-dis cussed visitor from detention at Ellis island, N. Y., and revoking the depor tation order o...

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

THE MADISON JOURNAL. 'UNTREE: BR Pub" ers TALLULAlI, MA INSON PARISH, LOUISIANA, .ATUl'It.lY, N11 'E:MIII 1, 191: NIl:l SE:IlN--. : MEN OF NATION GATHER GREAT SOUTERN MEETING !ENT WILSON G SPEAKERS ECUTIVE MAKES LONG FROM CAPITAL TO SHOW INTEREST. DIPLOMATS THERE is Made Occasion for Cele of Completion of the Panama Canal. Union NewS Servic-. -Never before has there the South as great a gather prominent in the official life of the nation as that the fifth annual conven bM Southern Commercial Con at Mobile this week. Presi-. Wilson was present and re address and others on the Ia^eded United States sena rs resentatives, governor St 'the president's cabinet, is and men prominent wnMtrial and commercial life eclipsed all others Southern Commercial Con it not only brought to ig men of the country in i f sation-wide scope but it . a the character of an inter taon of the opening of esasShe meeting of the w- selected as n appro for this celebration 4f eo pert that the represen be South have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 November 1913

MAKINGA GOOD ROADS , DYCONVICT IABO DONALD E DIGGS revolutionary about the working of convicts upon the public roads. For A many years it has been the custom in most of the cities of this country to place vagrants and other minor offenders caught in the police drag net at work upon the streets and in a number of states the inmates of . , the penitentiaries have been employed at various times in ;he construction of highways. But the modern idea of convict road labor is new and it is only just beginning to appear in various parts of the United States. The old idea-where convict labor was employed on the roads-was merely to utilize the labor of the convicts to the best advantage to the state-to make the convict produce as large a revenue as possible. In order to - repay the state for the expense of maintaining its " penal institutions into the new idea, there has .. . .. iri , ..c:..' I entered an element that was unthought of former 1y. his new elegnent has to do with the reclama tion...

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. — 1 November 1913

SIFICATION ON HERN FARMS Crops Fully as Important as Cotton and Corn. ABLE AS WINTER FEED SFarmer Should Make Growing ;pber a Big Part of His Farm Selecting Piece of Land for Purpose. (By G. H. ALFOIDI).) pestion of forage crops is not problem for southern farm aest every farm crop grown weed for forage. There are. _ many plants that will pro in abundance. Mrmer should make the grow sage an Important part of his as. Each year a large be.d should be selected espe the growing of forage crops. are of fully as much im pa cotton and corn, but they neglected crops. crop should be consid value. Prepare the land manure heavy, plant in feet apart, when the leaf as a dime, thin to 15 Inches Ml te often, and you will raise gsatity and find that the crop u ýgtable for winter feeding. the earliest spring feed, sow ao or wheat in the fall. Sow per acre on fertile soil, Sanured and well prepared. p eps usually produce feed by ea March and furnish good egt ia the dough stage. white, burr and red c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 November 1913

THBE MADION JOURNAL Y illI-HE tU) RVERY ATURDAY. l1i FR',; . I..~:'^.;Ho NUrMBIER 7. . Official Journal of Madeso. Parish. 0 ;;I .nirnal Fifth District t Levee Borer, School Board, i PMlice ,Jury and Town of I l'alluilh. $1.50I P'cn Asst;sM I, Av.'VANCE. EntereilJan. lIth. 1903 at Tallu lah. I.., a, scondl-elass ail) nmtter. unier Act of ('Congress ref 3tarch 3, 1879. Tihe JOURNAL is not rsponsible for I the views and opinions of correspuondents a anpearini in its colhomolns TALLLAII, LA.. NovemianR I, 1913 THE IAN, NOT THE APPARATUS. Cptain Inch, of the Vllurno. says thai it is by Sitcrl ratther thaln by apparatus that victory is won aver death anII disaster at sea. 'J'here in nothing new in this as sertion, bu: it is well to ha;ve it .stated and resated over and over agait. I'atmont lifheboat., launching ap paratu,s and all the devicsee for icmcreasntg Lisa ,efsty tof passen gers are depentdent for tlheir Msuccess upim) the menl wlho use nhmn. When manned by craven hearts anw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 November 1913

IE MADISON JOOURNAL' i·T t.AlI.AH LI., NO\Fl!-mB. 1. Ju1:,i SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. . , h .TUODTKNA' wit; h glo,ld to ` -'b- Te -~;~h1 h 1 - iil, .ler- ,n.,l or freethr .0 l o it i ere'L frlni All p' to of Ithe ri li n" 1.. i ti mut 1h po. s :ig.C r (l. hul t It) nxame will ie | pls"bir PMlO " h111 '+ Ite4i ' ,..- ti n M e -n o Pllp'~ii . ..1,nmtlCii ,"ItiUli. 1'. U. B'OX ;. r; ' t,,,phone . 7. l',licet'.lury meet:'. next W'eek. 9Mr. Leo" ihielid, f l(orsevclt, --., visited town Tuesday. Jfr. Ai"ll EvauS, of Knoka, was l is town tdut.dnsy. Mr. Norris C. Williamson. a cler crontrae'tor, spen.t several d ny in twn this week. al ,. )r. Jii:m ,,1ding., a tuerlhat t Pl d. l Dellhi wi, a visitor to town Tuesday on businees. o r. W. B. Ei.ely oft tliis, . k to visit his brother Mr. to pawood Alnutt, (of .rkaulnss. L Tallahilal Cotton Oil Co., has 1l ,rlt running full titme, night std day. . * r. T. B. 'ift left Tuesday to 1"ý * iaptUa I/itiun witllh a t. JJUi' . ----- --- - MIr.Joe Si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 November 1913

The League of Lost Causes By H. M. EGBERT R tc Adventres of SH. ,_. _CER_ Paul WLae, American Millionaire The Moroccan Treaty *'Copyright, 1913, by V. G. Charrn.ii. AULI, LANE had spent two weeks in Paris, in d a I ly communication with Jean Rosny, secre tary to the League of Lot Causes. But though he had learned many things he had not yet learned the Identity of the mysterious woman at whose bidding ',e had gone to Europe to sacrifice his millions for an impractica ble ideal. Of the gigantic scope of the new secret movement he had, however, formed a tolerably clear idea. Work ing In different countries and under various guiseF it aimed always at the various end: the revival of the mon archical Idea in Europe, and, in par ticular, the restoration of the ancient lines of kings. In England its object was to discredit the monarchy by stirring up social disquietude, with the ultimate end of replacing the Hanoverian dynasty by a representa tive of the Stuarts. In France, ignor ing the Bo...

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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. — 1 November 1913

HEADACHY, F "CASCARETS" cleanse your liver and gish bowels while you sleep. 10i< nt I, , beadacil" l ii uýiness, dizzi tongue !~";l taste and foul a)s tr;a, lh run to torpid dyed, frn .tti" food in the gsour. ga ) ,,ma ch'. A matte'r (!,~~,.d in the in- It Ijstead of h. iog cast out mar lem is rr~-Ilorhwd into the n this poison reaches the train tissu it causes con- do 4llthat du!:, throbbing, sick- be *.dscbe. pal( Immediately cleanse the S rove th. sour. undigested I gre' Jgal gases. take the excess thal ie liveir and carry out all nom ted a:v~to matter and 'r I the bowels. min to night will surely son pou out by morning. They 1 yoa sleep-a 10-cent box usu drggist means your head ,. b sweet and your liver i cal regular for months. Adv. WNG THE SEASONING e of I gul Reasoned He Had Just wit i msa Time to Save the - Baby Brother. knm sat d Bennie, who, since the - tis baby brother three days go - i been on tip-toe for a sight t a at last admitted to the all: poE Setered the dim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 November 1913

ELECTION MAY BE DECLARED ILLEGAL VOTE FOR MEXICAN PRESIDENT BELIEVED TOO SMALL TO SECURE CHOICE. NOT 10.000 BALLOTS CAST Huerta May Continue in Power it New ly Elected Congress Holds no Successor Is Named. W,.tern .w..pap.-t t ninn New S.-rn 9i. u\sxi.co ('ity.- At the close of the ,lections held in lMexico the inldica tions were that not sufficient ,otes had b)een cast to constitute a legal choicl"e for the presidienrv to sueceeld i ten. Vic toriano Hliiria. It was unofficially estimated, jud7 in_ from the results in the capital. where it was exts.eted the vote would tbe iupt to the average, that less than Jo,.0t, of the k0t,oOi eligibles in the r publie went to the polls. It would ihe no surprise if congress, the mem- I hers of which also were voted for, de clared the elections void when that body is organized and rI'tises the re turns. The leaders bf the Catholic party rlaimend a long lead, although they were uInablde to estimate the number of votes polled for their candidates, P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 November 1913

TH E MADISON JOURNAL. iUNTREE BROS., Publishern TALL'LAll, MAIISON PAlllSli, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER $, 113 NEW SIE--V ASKS HUERTA TO RESIGN THE MEXICAN PRESIDENCY INGTON SAYS E MUST END T OR ANY HUERTA SUP RTER IS BARRED FROM OFFICE. FY ALL F REIGN NATIONS Officials Slow in Replying to Ultimatum--Awaiting De velopments. ewrpaper Utnlon NewS ..rvle. City.-President ,luerta has laid he must resign the presi lf Mexico without loss of time he must not leave his succes 1 Auereliano Ilanquet, his of war, or any other mem his official family or of the un Soterie whom he might be ex to control. Sltimatum from Washington *gveyed to President Huerta his private secretary, Senor hi by Nelson O'8Shaughnessy, the charge d'affalrs, acting un as from the State Depart Rabago presented the memo- S8 to his chief late Sunday, but y President Huerta had as answer and as far as a I- uaed had guarded its con almost all of his ofticial qi counsellors. ge who learned of the Washing- di egard .ene...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 November 1913

WEATHERFORECASTS Ambitions of U. S. Meteorologists May Be Attained. With Aid of Balometer It is Poesible to Measure Heat Change of the Sun's Ray - Predictione Far Ahead. Washington.-It was Mark Twain who complained that people kept talk lag and talking about the weather, but nobody ever did anything about It. This just reproach may be removed as the result of some very important discoveries that have been made by a little group of American meterologists. These scientists have been carefully observing the sun for ten years, and have come to the conclusion that our weather is due to changes upon the surface of the sun. They say that the sun spots are responsible. When the spots are many and large the weather is apt to be cold. When they are small and few the weather will probably be warm. The inferences are questioned by some other scientists, but their chief scientific discovery, namely, that the radiation of heat from the sun is not eqnstant, is being generally 5c espted, and is con...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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