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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 November 1913

The League of Lost Causes Baing i Rei Adviams of ,i n. N. eIGUsR Pad Lie j *i How the Kaiser Went to Paris (Copyriht. 1911. by W. O. Chaman.) HOSEN for his position, his and taciturnity and his discreed t tion, lard Claude occupied had the post of secretary to con what might fairly be call- was ed the most exalted club not In Europe. A young man. "1 barely turned thirty, after Gre a brilliant career at Ox- bra ford, he had declined the rece 'tti might legitimately have Yea e,- and had chosen instead who esrr from court to court " the highways of Europe. kon be went he made friends. fas w ae of those silent Treshams turd played and still play so large b m the noisy politicians in Cla emrel the destinies of Europe ' to Is. At present, how- Gal M was engaged in a wider ang of eIarationr than the field of beb - plities allowed. He was s- olo - what was nicknamed among the ms members the "Black Cab- dia familiarly, the "Blacks." er aeribed to the aged em- I f Aurld lrauns Joseph, the mu...

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. — 8 November 1913

TIE IADISOI JOURNAL T PL AI'(: ED VLIYR SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. tic Ornc Tateranox Nuxwan 7. ca b3 Offidi Jwual of Madisan Paris. Ofcial Journal Fifth District , Levee Board, School Board, to Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. 9i $1.60 Pra Axsux In ADVACIs. 0 Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallu- to lah, La., as second-class mail p, matter, under Act of Congress in of March 3, 1879. The JOURNAL isot responsible for Stim views and opinions of correspondents rE appearing in its columns in w TAut r.an, LA., Nov3EBRa 8, 1913 it THEELECPTIONL " ti Muih interest is naturally eentered en the result of the elections of last Tuesday for the reason that it was the first opportunity given to test the feel ingof the people as to what the edmin- is Itlatloe of Pesident Wilson has al- e4 ready doge ars west it promises to do 0 In the future. The feet that the Democratic eandi- i dates for Governor in the great mann featuring states of tassacbueetts and New Jersey were elected by large plu rd...

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. — 8 November 1913

IADISOI JOIO U AL1 - , La., Novwnss 8, 1918 JOURNAL will be glad to X 1 bMah Social, Personal or ! , e. "L from all parts of UI comeanOate ione must ited, beut no same will be lien I n"ul rsuea too so se- J unieatoobton. P.O. Box pbone No. 7. i:aeil Smith spent Tuesday 1, 8mi lj. B. Sanders, of Trina Ms in town Wednesday. Nicholson spent Tues- * WednesdaY in Tallulah. ber 1.1. Ransdell and daugh as Iabel, spent Sunday -ieo. Yerger entertained wal circle of friends at , evening this week. Wa seet Ball passed through Tuesday enroute to the c fair. low ýp. .are requested to meet # ide on Nov. 16th, at 8 C Amy J. Holmes, Pres. P I . E. Furgason spentlit and Wednesday it berg on business. Iro . Temple Koon, of Kings, oa a., in town Tuesday on his Vicksburg. Joe Alexandra, Constable Rij Dltsa Point, was in Tallu- fro A. L. Slack has improved CO gsa be about his office every TeB tis week. til maLevy, of Lake Provi L., was in Tallulah Tues-. F h$is week. AM *ed Skinner, the popular for...

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. — 8 November 1913

When a girt begins to call a young man by his first name she has designs mn his last. Woms expelled l mptry f om the bhumau sera with Dr. Peery s Vrwtger "Demm tk A.', dv. Moralist-"The outsider who buys stocks is a gambler, pure and simple." Tlcker-"Especially simple."-Judge. Red Cross Ball Blue gives double value for your money. goes twice as far as any ether. Ask your grocer. Adv. Not because she wants the last word is woman dreadful, but because she wants the last cent.-Smart Set. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are sold with and without soluble sugar coating. They regulate the bowels, invigorate the liver and purify the blood. Adv. In Real Life. "Hear you had a romance at the beach. Rescued by a handsome young man, eh?" "Oh, no romance. He wasn't hand some, and he had been eating lim- i burger." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a sate and sure remedy for I Infants and children, and see that it Bears the blanature ao In UN Ior Over 0es Children Cry...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 November 1913

EVER YOU IEEDl A GENERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVE'S 'Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally le 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. he ~ what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic lesela is printed on every laoel showing that it contains the well "nown es of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter it is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever, ia general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing d and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging servous depression and low spirits Arouses the liver to action and So blood. A True Tonic and. sure appetizer. A Complete Strengthener. * should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. oc. How and WhyMerry , War Powdered Lye Makes Bi er Profts A well known authority on the subject of Hog Raising says; "Many hog raise...

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. — 8 November 1913

IN DEADLOCK ON CURRENCY BILL SENATE COMMITTEE EVENLY DI. VIDED ON THE CENTRAL BANK PLAN. VOTE HAS BEEN POSTPONED Important Changes Are Made in Ad ministration Bill-Officials Taken Off Proposed Reserve Board. Weste'ri .n New.,p|, r t I'l .e. -, ", Washington, I). C. - ,orlant changes in the t adlini ' c'ur' y Lill have re-ul;ed frt ' work on the Ineasur . Committee. The col , the proposition to ral governIlent t-conltr' the regional ban;lk p' .:. the bill. On this p : :: mbers wrre evenly ' 1. The comp' ' of ti proposed re serve boar(' ta I .'ri-iItiv altered by amendme' otI" vas decided to incre '" .'hip of the board fixed in the house .d to eliminate the rculture and the con :. ;i., urrency from the be " h' Ien much discussion of t, ! :f regional banks to be ,'d y tit bill, if the regional plan :!:::tuainrl"d, but no conclusion was ;eactht.l. The administration support ers in the committee endeavored to k'-'' til, number as near 12 as possi ,. I, blt other members favored four...

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. — 15 November 1913

THE _MADISON JOURNAL. VINTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATI'llRAY, NOVEMBEI 15, 1, 113 NEW SElS--VO. SCRISIS APPflOACHINS W.SON MAY LIFT BAN AND OW EXPORTATION OF ARMS. ELECTIONS BAD as Aware of Grave Situ. nie Breaking Point is Near. Usle. N ws Seevi. Developments in the ' lesmtino here tended to em a puepose on the part of the government to refuse any Sal at the new Mexican Con ygd biught to light the fact that igaderation was being given Wilson to the question exportations of arms to ia the southern republic. yrs hbad a long conference Algara charge d'affairs of Sembassy, during which it he said the United ngdMred the election of cox q Slly as invalid as the preMident and vice presi ipserted that some of these tausmitted long dispatches bes. governments, describ as approaching clod break in relations be Wbitld States aad Mexico time since the Mexican troublesome. STHIA METHOD semain Conscious and Operations. e~blocking," the new whclh wards off $ wer...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 November 1913

The League of Lost Causes Bei g th Romantic Adventreso By H. M. EGBERT Paul Lane, American Millionaire 7The Misplaced Dream oc0.yright. 1913 by W. G. Chapman.) 4',L LA\E stood on the, l heights above Delhi, look- e ing down upon a city of "i tents, t The ancient capital of t the Moguls stretched away' I beneath him, mile after t mile of mean and squalid p buildings, relieved here Im and there by the splendid a orb of temple or marble a minaret. But it was not at the na- t tive city Paul looked; rather at the a mushroom town which had sprung up a almost overnight, with its acres of e canvas and high scaffolding. King George and Queen Mary were to be I crowned in their magnificent pavilion f on the third morning, when all the r feudatory chiefs of the sub-continent e would present themselves before them I to pledge their loyalty. It was the first time that a reigning British sovereign had set foot within t the boundaries of his Indian empire. 1 And the cause of this long journey i was...

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. — 15 November 1913

I5FICATIO UON IOUTHERN FARMS eza Destined to Become Important Feed Crop. .GRADE HAY AND FORAGE Is to South What Clover and Al «y Are to Other Sections grows on Any Soil and Needs Little Attention. (Bf(y G. H. ALFY)RtD.) S slaisats and experimenters are i dy searching the world for ag plants, especially of the family, that will furnish -4 t crops of high-grade- hay and Lespedeza. or apan clover, a plant of Asiatic origin, and un s giDM recently little known. Is des to become the most important crop for large areas of the United States. I 1, jdeza is an annual, appearing' kIlling frost is over, and lasting freezing weather in the fall. It always be distinguished from oth aill wild clovers by a small pur goom, which does not appear un L'A ust. The seed resembles un clover and are sold and planted jIs shape. It has long tap roots i a profuse system of lateral roots. i plat maintains a vine-like ap t when thin on the soil. Over a, part of the territory covered the: is dwarfish, from fou...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 November 1913

TIE IADISOI JOURNAL PjuBLISwD EVERY SATURDAY. tEORGE SPENCER, Editor. OPrrcIC TEL1r~eOs NusnER 7. Offil Journal of Madasn Parish. Official Journal Fifth District Levee Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. t $1.50 PN ANNUM IN ADVANCEP Entered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress a of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL is not responsible for ii the vi'ws and opinions of correspondent.s 9 anpearinw in its cnllitus TAtLLer.A. fL.., NormSiiR 15, 1913 TUE C JNSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. w The Picayune of Tuesday has aI the following in regard to the i, scheme submitted by the State 1, Administration for refunding the p. the State debt: p "The great work before the in convention is the refunding the Ti of the bonded debt of the State de and an ordinance to become a ar p:rt of the Constitution, if a- of dopted, was promptly introduced. Fo This ordinance is admitted to 1 represent I h views of the state administration and of the finan ci...

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. — 15 November 1913

EADISON JOUrNAL! Al, La., NOVF'MB:R 15i. I91 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. The JOURNAL will he gled to ,e and publish to"ial, Poronial or 0nots of interest f rom all parts of rish. ll rommutliceations must poperly signed, but no name will be shed unless reqaett to do man e iesn comminicantioU. P. O. Box .7 or Phone No. 7. - T. Y. Greet went to Vicksburg y on business. , A. E. Adnms, Sr., of Ruqton, is her sn. A. E. Adams, Jr. L, H. Jacobs, of Readland, Ark., iwn Sunday to visit his fatmily. E. C. Montgomery made a L trip to his Bayou Macon pro tbi week. J. M. Johnson and W. ~P. visited the fair at Shreveport " t. .Geo. W. tonigothery is mov;n to his plantation where he will is the future. V. D. Skipper has been away Sis week holding a Protracted below Rayrille, I.a. -- ________ D. M. Evans left Sunday night SRouge to attend the Con ti l oaevention. Mr. M.P. Robertson, State E gi ef B.ton Rouge, was in towsa t;,is .mdi Mrs. Joe Slat.k anl daughter, lha been visiliaig. Jdtlgae A. i..  be ret...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 November 1913

STOMACH MISERY 6AS._ INDIGESTION "Pape's Diapepsin" fixes sick, sour, gassy stomachs in five minutes. Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion, heart burn, sourness or belching of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, or foul breath. t'ape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most cer tain indigestion remedy in the whole world, and besides it is harmless. Please for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable -life is too short-you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and digest it; en joy it, without dread of rebellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of Indigestion,. dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or duri...

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. — 15 November 1913

RISH, SICK If tongue is ive "California of Figs." this "fruit laxative." cleansers the tender sad bowels so nicely. will not stop playing ls, and the result is i ightly clogged with Cot sluggish, stomach valua little one becomes Tel feverish, don't eat, times Ily, breath is bad, Re; gold has sore throat, we a1 diarrhoea. Listen, A ~ongue is coated. then it is of "('alifornia envy * ad in a few hours all On waste. sour bile and man pssses out of the sys- echo lave a well child again. Th r give "California ceive because it is perfectly make love It, and it nev- Th g* the stomach, liver to e try I Adv. in h joke original?" and M-Baltimore Amert- iny path Al 'sk solution. Avoid it. worl se. the blue that's log 1 p oaer. Adv. runi l ~ rolli say the men who run TI 5're in the push." to t and Syrop for Children feed ps. reducea s Infamma. a c wieo icbC a botb.e. SAbility. mor tickler feather in that and my eye." :hir mine out." tine nen t Help bus that a woman's tears 'orl ad at any momen...

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. — 15 November 1913

HUERTA IS STILL HOLDING OFFICE MEXICAN PRESIDENT ISSUES FORMAL STATEMENT TO FOR EIGN DIPLOMATS. NOTE IS TAKEN AS DEFIANCE Mexico Is Uncertain as to What Ao. tion United States Will Take in Matter. Western Newspaper Union News ServiCe. Mexico City.-in a formal note to the foreign diplomats, General Huerta, after calling attention to the efforts he has made to pacify the country and dwelling at length upon his reasons for dissolving Congress, makes the di rect statement that the newly elected Congress will be installed within a few days and will pass upon the elections of the president and vice president. General lHuerta reminds the diplo mats that prior to the elections he told them that neither he nor General Blanquet would accept an election on the ground that his own election would be illegal, and he calls to the atten tion of the diplomatic representatives to the conference which he had with the presidential candidates, at which he obtained their promise to abide by the result of...

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. — 29 November 1913

"I. I 3 - I THE MADISON JOURNAL. SEE BROS., Pub hers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATlIURDAI, NOVEIBEI{ ; , 1913 NE1.1EIIEn--VOL. I NO.. . . . " . l l i:l SONTINUES' HIS PLANS - CONTROL OF CON ECLARES NO QUO PRESENT. ,CH SPECULATION Dictator is Sparring for rder That He May With Demands. I t,.n N-.ws 5.rI.s, .-The bulk of the evi I continues to indicate o Huerta is unalterably ,t to accede to the de U'nited States govern •limination as president 't there is some basis hat he may at last give a manner as to leave a that he acted of his defying Washington to ded parliamentary prac itmber of Deputies gave ' rble speculation. The s was called and it was hat the number neces. rum was present, but - r ',rral, presiding In the ab I.i'uardo Tamariz, the speak s said to be ill, declared there rortuam. suggested that this action a part of a plan to bring '.ath of Congress and thus S-ith the Washington gov hich. through John Lind, W\'ilson's personal represen (I insisted that this new ...

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. — 29 November 1913

o Wilson Becomes 1 Bride of Prancis Bowes Sayre _ .. . *.1'U '4 :i T.:,'i :.: I East Room of White House. Washington, Nov. 25.-In the beau tiful east room of the White House at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon Jessie Woodrow Wilson. second daughter ofI the president, was made the wife of wa 'Francis Bowes Sayre. Rev. Sylvester al Beach of Princeton, N. J., performed tal the ceremony. thi The entire affair was very simple, ,w a had been requested by the bride, lai and the number of guests was rather ins amal-distressingly so to many per- 19 sons in official and social circlesof a Washington who had expected to re- Ca ceive invitations but were disappoint- Ic ed de Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson, ai eldest of the three daughters, acted a, as maid of honor to her sister, and v, Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson, the cl youngest, was one of the bridesmaids. 2, The three other bridesmaids were w Miss Adeline Mitchell Scott of Prince- I ton, daughter of Prof. William B. ,Scott; Miss Marjorie Brown of...

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. — 29 November 1913

TION .0 RiN FARM .Eulid Have Garden foi of Vegetables. Y TO HAVE HOTB deotrlvance May Be Con. Sleaply by Digging Hole SDeep and Lining In gide With Boards. G 0. H. ALFORD.) uer should have a gdod The sole object of thli be the production 01oi 10r gamily use, and therey yeduce the grocery bill. ' I than is required In gor use in the fresh state, , the surplus can be  the neighbors or near and successfully run a practically a necessity to . This may be con by digging a hole 18 two feet deep. 6 by 12 feet. ulde of this with boards, the north side ten inches poaund and the south skide Ibis gives a slant towalds glrdashing. protection from Sout a foot of fairly good should be allowed to be placed in this bed. being made to secure the bottom. Over the four to six inches of sloil should be put, and be covered with canvas desired. In this the cab the tomato and the like ' be raised for setting In After the heat is gone ild it becomes a cold jrame used at odd times for the radishes, lettuce...

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. — 29 November 1913

1t A&TURDAY. , 1-tOE, Editor. 'soIPEOWs Nuxuta 7. Jeeset Medisea Puit. ,m. Journal Fifth District - vee Board, School Board, Police Jury sad Town of Tallulah. P  Aiiux nr ADvoaos. Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tall jah, La., as second-class mail inatter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. ,he JOURNAL Is not respomlble for -- views and opinions of eorreepoadents sjearl'g in its columns T A" , LA., Novxrsea , 1918 would not be easy to over ra the value of Prime Minister th's declaration on the Mican situation as a moral aid Sto 9 United States government ints diforts to solve a difficult llem. Mr. Asquith's frank ment puts an end to all the rumors relative to England's secret backing of Huerta. expresses the confidence of government in the good in s of the United States sand fairness and justice of its xican policy, and disavows and : design of Great Britain to any line of action that 1t h embarass the Wilson ad. nistration. *e This strong and friendly pro. mation by the Btiti...

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. — 29 November 1913

J0O11NAL 0O, 1918 gibe Ogild to permal or ten all Paratsof P. O. Box Iý.. hi week as the psoger os La La., spent ass"aes. upeet flas JaaeS W. SSith, who has hb returned go kddal "this plan looking hie erop theo. e, rent sad Us is tow Wed p gill  sha tM ,ier oo pend to r . MIs. J. . Sems after a tean sad fnsdb ln Pey liersee, of . ar visiting the m. Pierson here. of Moads, speant with his mother, am uptosps er pents, Mr. and of Vlekaurg, idles with his spest Thursday as Sdayes with his RWaverly tospend aldsays with his ensrtalaed his party Wed hrsretarasd after insds sad rein made a busines ste?,....Oasette, Thursidry eve to Miss Manle .dlelah, b it at wi  appear r yselected, sLPP basel in **vr hl F. O.B YI. B DOTY, tAC GIMGS-ar inM Madison jFears .. a~boaggb, in Counrt for Parish of MadteIon Prince O rt and Mahulda Jones. Henry asand Luy Moore. Alex MoC r and Lou Fvang. Tom Lon and Ella Morris. / 7L 1ea1ssi. None. Mrs. Bar I A. Doyle to OG. L. Dumdae, a of lot in the towa of Del...

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. — 29 November 1913

e League of Lost Causes Bing the Ro.matic AdJen.r.s Br H. M. EGBERT PiItiin The Prisoner of Hofberg *C-opyright. 1913. by W. G. Chapman.) OSNY, the western secre R tary of the League of Lost Causes, was not in Paris. Paul lane could not find him. The League's offices were closed and abandon ed, while on the window was displayed a sign ad vertising that they were for rental. The landlord could give no information up to Rosny's whereabouts. He had paid his rent and departed five or six days before; more than that h9 did not know. After a mad gg search through Paris for nearV V eek Paul saw a paragraph in a ne aper which threw a flood of light gcb is perplexity. "It is rumored," said the writer, "that the Princess ('lothilde will short ly be married to His Highness Arch duke Stepan. The match, which is much liked by the Emperor Franz Joseph, was, It will be remembered, postponed some time ago on account of her highness' predilection for what. may be called, without lese majeste, forei...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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