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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 December 1913

1The Leagne of Lost Causes S * Being the Romantic Adventures of or g. M. EGBERT Paul Lae, American Millionaire The Seance at Nishikoff ctCopyright. 1913. by W. G. (Chapmnan.) g3 league was doomed; that adn as the substance of nearly ush every conversation in the dip- elde lomatic clubs of Europe. Cre- ous ated by Dvornak. that brilli- whi ant and erratic genius whose lest dijtribes against democracy "4 had stirred all the courts of phe t/ent, it had become organ- you a single year in every country fini Spain and the Urals. Kings Tre .eome members of it, and the dat backed by the most powerful firse es, had acquired immunity am prernments and threatened to fror its will upon the civilized luc Then the inevitable happened. abl arose, base men perverted Nis to their own ends; the best the abandoned it in disgust, a tion rganization of Western rul- lim gas initiated, and, after the issue upo hO-a for months in the balance, ma agies fell, and the league became del iou Sp and down Europe,...

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. — 20 December 1913

s' Y' BLrwtlý.D prgY SATURDAY. f OffICE TEI, PHo)';F::t'r1it:it 7. ffdal Jkmrtal of Madison Parish. Official Jorirnal Fifth );-trirt Levee 5oar., S.hool BoarF'). Podlice Jury and T,)wn of S Tallulah. $1.50 'ia ASSxu I .ADVANC-. Entered .an. loth1,-19o at Tallu lah, In., as secondl-class nail matter, Iuter Act.of Congress of March 8, 1879. lMIe JOURNAL It not responsible for the views and opinions of correapondents appeulair in its columna TALtLULAI, LA.. i)xvrc. 20, 1918 UI AeaS AWAnms WsIGANTS A bill is now before Congress re etricting Immigration into the Umited SOltes from European countries to.hose persons who can read and write their own language. This is much the sm-e bill that paused through Congress dur* ltg the Taft administration and was ve aeed by the president, whose veto was SLtaned. As the greatest aumbers of these strangers came ian 'throagl Northern seaports and settled in the 'Northeri ueetion of the eoahtry, the states where they remain are in many eases over burde...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 December 1913

JOI URRNALI r pf3SONAL. willhe glad to poeial , Peronlorn . from all parto of nications most C. kt o name willbe er. to do so ne- Js. l SP. O. Box 7. d d e nr , Jem SadSimmonda from W il ps of Mary Yerge. " Iro $1.50to $5.00 Co of Quebe, was in meni ediraeso dell, pocket knives lher gStore. W. of Waverly, was a Scotl Isis this week. appo was in Mississippi requ madi of Vicksburg was file y a business. on of Readisd, Ark., nary al here this week. Jo of Bayou Macon Fits) of New Orleans   Uis paents Mr char " arnm seeiviang orders for pen( ja g e yours be-t St sUllalah Drag Ce. char Olas. of Vicksburg, P "wek minginsg with faul subhj aerb extends acordial St ' be present at any of char wCea who is at present suno La, wasu n town this Pur judi i now ably aislt aind at his  eadquar-. R Sieat." 8ell Rsbso was the faor i No Mary Yerger Lh e a la , beef, elam, Jeff betllion now served ing hy peaser esme up Sat- aga withubor paremLts Say haes this week for s ea Cbrimmte kiae W14 Eodaks...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 December 1913

FiwIYji * ONON F E FARMI Crops Must Be Diversified t Keep Our Money at Home. BREEDING HORSES AND MULE; igM Key to Agricultural Reform in th South Is More Labor-Saving Ma chinery on the Farm-Chief Cause of Poverty. (By G. IfH. AI.FOII.) We must diversify our crops amn keep our money at home to build mag niflcent homes. churches, schoo houses, and good roads, and to edu cate our children and till our bank to overflowing; keep out of debt an insist on getting all that we buy at the lowest price for cash; increase the fertility of our soils by reducing wash ing to the minimum, by deep plowinj and turning under vegetable matter, a rotation of crops, including legumin ous crops, and the addition of barn yard manure and ground phosphate rock; plant the most prolific seed in stead of seed that have run out; use economic plants, such as legumes, and small grains and sorghum for feed instead of so much expensive corn; use commercial fertilizers ju dlciously; drain our lands better; give our s...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 December 1913

=00 NOTHING Tells Good Story Who Met at tive who lives that one night a noise some of his hen 1ader cover of a t the place. He out a dark form, ýotorce the hen gs another dusky carner and there It is demanded in a -advii For was the trembling drag ii r In tl oain' hangin' roun' us run time ob night?" Corr 'tall. Whut yo' do- fat; ci poor. ai't doin' nuffin'. Youo topic de hit togedder?" meal. r g suggestion. The an s been sorry that is a as to interfere in so who a 'at as 'doint' nuffin' to- Iot l ,e ,rentative conclud- all p poor w- One SE MISLED to put usknown makers or reasoi Sa unknown people throul S '" merit of some Aft ng is no Itve Proof. prone i a free sample of kind . gunine and gentle Thi on One of them will and Headache. Bilious- snug Indigestion and whicl wlte where you saw your 4ve us the name of Wt ght )radge Pharmacy C'., havir --Adv. geneh sign Down Daddy. intgn Elsie, how well wt He belongs to that time men's gymnasium, plcm the y. Dad's more up to read ty. Mother...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 20 December 1913

"___ HOME ' s Glass From Door; Takes Gowns, Hats, Lingerie, Gloves and Pkimes. BLACK PIN A CLEW Owners Go Into Consultation to Con struct In Proper Order the Acts of the Burglar, Beginning With Re. naval of Glass Panel. Chlcaso-When Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Oluldner of 512 Demlng place came home the other night the husband de tected the fact that a square yard of plate glass had been removed from the front door. "Somebody has been here." he told his wife with conviction. She could not logically dispute the statement, but a few minutes later her turn came-when her eyes caught sight of a little black pin on her dressing table. "A woman has been here" doe. elared Mrs. Guildner, for she never uses black pins. So the .police were at once informed that an intrepid "lady burglar" had gemoved a panel from the front door, ransacked the house, made her selec tios with a good deal of discrimina tieso, and departed. "Have you any clue-something like a descriptibs of the lady?" asked the detective who...

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. — 27 December 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. E.BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1913 NEW SERIES--VL. iFOR ARI Y OFFICERS ODERS THOSE RE FOR CARABOA tEPRIMANDED. IR IDEA OF FUN 'a Letter is Sent to Coomlttee Which Program. - - w sm .'w srvte. ident Wilson has letter addressed to and Daniels, re lg that "a very " be administered navy officers who the regent dinner of of the Caraboa, at on's Philippine were satirized. the songs and other the evening were in as 'tn,' " says the are we to think of mity and navy of the wha think it 'fun' to superiors into ridi psiliese of the govern 1S'-a sworn to serve loyalty into con N' their idea of fun, si of duty? If they lyr loyalty above all of childish wit, fisr sinon? Do they garrion sad Daniels de the reprimand by lepy of the president's member of the nter immeGiately sent to Maj. Gen. Leon of staff of the army: etered that the of States "my who ase, r Comm.tee and uaoesible for the pro t at th recent Military Order of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 December 1913

r h' ruNs Isaacs' Failure as ý qpýka' Made Him Lawyer elstaeular Careor of uan Who I. New Lord Chief Justice of Eng land-Able Advocate but Not Much on Debate. London-Sir Rufus Isaacs, the new lord chief justice, is a surprising man, says a London writer. To start one's areer by making a sad hash of things on the stock exchange and to finish as lord chief Justice of England every generation a few people achieve careers as remarkable apd there is nothing out of the way in a man's be coming a lord chief justice if his in 4 tions are of that kind. taut of who rise to eminence few bave reued so Incalculable a path. Less a year ago there was a quite con siderable demand for his expulsion from public life; today he sits sn oreme over Britain Judges. Sir Rufus' early experiences on the stock exchange before he embraced the more lucrative profession of poll ties and the bar, were entirely to his credit as a man. It unflattering to his abilities as a stock broker. He might have taken that fir...

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. — 27 December 1913

League of Lost Causes Atg. .GDEr T P Lam. A cam MIman 'he Education of Edward (Copyrlght. 1113. by W. G. Chaoman.) ig, I suppose, will be th last meeting of the fa " said his majesty, at George of England. with a yawn and but- ct up his gloves. in '"Be last regular meet- st Lord Claude Tre- ca to the organization. RI will always be open." tb arr convivial purposes," w Manuel of Portugal. cl fgret to say that an im- ax " Interrupted the English the young fellow w "we owe you much ib dstaching yourself from ni ,Srgue you have put an je in Europe. When a rew his support you tU pop left. And now-" 17 think it could get me ti "said Manuel. yawn- a I was not greatly tr it as a means toward ti ow, if you will pardon he hportant affair of state eesae Imperative, and W observed King t at the dor, "It's e; a lost its influence in Professor Dvornak pro- o Vlan for the revival of h h- bad an immediate re- 1 half the rulers of Europe. li aor a time he nflu- y bele the league would d Ma purpoe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 December 1913

TR IillllS JSUIIAL ...nuem uam 8nmrat. G BimtPSNOER, Editor.. Oraor-Tu.arsar Nuwsr 7. OU J.e sud ofsdie Pa -. Odieial Journal Fifth District Levee !,ard, School Beard, Police Jury and Tows of Talulah. $S.60 Pta m DAr A -rcs. Entered Jan. 10th, 108 at Tall. lah, Lf., as second-class mail matter, ader Act of (dCoa ree of March t, 187W.. Th JOUnWAL h notus eesotlM I e vieweaad opinion otmshrsepmll sppeav i In h1 eolemfs. TaiJar.AL LA., Dec. I7, 1918 sina urn. The principals of a number of Mae High Schools in Richland and adLoliing prishes met at the court bouse in Rayville, in the office of Parish Supt . E. Keebler on Dec. 18th. and re ergnised the North East Ia. Ateletiead Literary Association Sept. X. E. Keebler was elect ed prsidnt; L. . . Denman, of fastrop vice-president; L. A. Smi&, otRayville, secretary and pessurer. The followingechools were asked to eostitute the as sociatiom, with any other schools in North lasisana which might feel inclined to join:- Bastrop, BsyvilleJ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 December 1913

THE IADISON JOnUAL" TaLLLAH, LA., Dacnnas 27 1918 JL----- , uso SCIML NU PERSOU . d Htb`e Th JOURNAL will be glad to n reslve and publish Roeil, Personal or i1 other notes of interest from all parts of the Parish. 411 eammunioationa must r be properfly iged, h t no name will be published unless request to do so se enepanis communalatIoa. P. O. Box o No. 7 or Pboe No. 7. Mr. J. 8. Agee is home for the holl- q days. tl miss Myrtle Ries will be with Mrs. J. V Terger for the holiays. It Dr. Dixon Powell of Waverly was a 86 visitor to Tallulab this week. I, Mr. Josh J. Braun left Xmas ve N day for New Orleaus, where he will 01 .pemd the holidays d The many friends of Miss Dorothy el Slack are glad to welcome her bome a eain. Mrs. Stratten from lindem, is the a guest of her sister, Mrs. W. B. Smiths for the holidays. I Misses Barbara and Genevieve Smiths i -ore home brom their respective schools to speed the holidays with their mother P Mrs. W. B. Smitha. Mr. Walter Wilson who lived in T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 December 1913

- Farmers' Fhratonal amd Co-Operav Uni of America Nhpoasi Apiuerui A man is what he thinks, not what be thinks he is. Cooperation only helps those who help themselves. Co-operation will not reform the World in a visionary way. City people, not relanforced from the ahrms, would soon run out. Grass is the fundamental thing In the conservation of fertility. Good manners have much to do with making a successful man. A wise man will stick to his farm that has been tried and found not wanting. A shortage of horsepower on the farm at times when most needed is a serious handicap. Cooperation isa not a cure for mis management, thievery, knavery, ignor sacs or bad Judgment. Money may not be everything, but when some folks get it, they can't for their life, remember the other thtlgs. When we consider ourselves farm es for life, and make farming a prae tical study, then we will take pride ha our farms and livestock. Plans and improvements hatched aot in the warmth of the fireside In the winter'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 December 1913

. From Mrs. Wilson of Nashville. Tenn., is famed the world over for her wonderfully delicious cakes. They are shipped to all parts of the Globe for special affairs where the best of Cakes are demanded. This year, as in former years. Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinc tion of making the President's Christmas Cake, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: "To have complete success with no failures, care should be used i seection of Baking Powder." AUMET AKI NO POWDER 1ds ago I made a careful study mad i Mtin of the se.. ad I feel fully repaid. I am iry convinced I have received that there is no bakins powder to for whoblesoaasss and economy. and I also recommend Powder for its aneer failing results. 1913 Mrs. Betty Lyler Wilbon. eesed - the I$hset Awards at the We's Pure Foeed Ces* mnd Paura, PFaim, 1912 P of Calumet Baking Powder at once, and use Hoiday Bakings, maakin your Christmas Cakes r the Presidents. THEM HANDY upianation of Large Sc Go Understood by ha Unfortun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 December 1913

" ISl!WUI ILUEU IN THIS 00G CASE 3udge Gives It Up, Woman Faints and Passao Divides Over SOwnlrshdp KISSES VS. SCIENCE SMtele kNull Certainly Loves Mrs. Theodore Bergner, But Doctore Take Joseph Tomer's Side-Court - atere Case as Nesult. Passaic. N. J.-It wasn't baby but a dog, and the man on the beach wasn't a Solomon but just a district court Judge, wlJh human doubts born of iong experl6nce with human testi moay. The dog was a white and brin die bull, valued at $500 by the rival claimants, and the Solomon baby com. blnatlon being broken the adjudication of his ownership threw the residents here into a fervor, caused a woman to tlint, made the judge throw up his hands In despair and divided the town late two opposidng factions. "I give It up," said Judge W. Car Tlatee Cabell of the district court after herlng the testimony. "It would take a Solomon to decide the case. It's too much for me." On the side of the plantiff there was the testimony of two physicians, a dog busier and a re...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 January 1914

1· ' THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARlISH, LOUISI.NA, SATUI'IIAY, .iANU IlI :V, 1914 NEW SEI~IE--VO,. N. YEAR ON ! 'S FARMS I I RICULTURAL PROD. UNITED STATES ALL RECORDS. S 10 BILUONS Increase, Lower Cost is not Expected ;t Result orm New Pvs ees.. billion dolla2. five billion dollars bumper year in sad other setbacks St six million Ameri 4ates' most successful produced $6,100,000,. gaps, of which $2.896, ' presented by cereals ,000,000 worth of Ani alaughtered and animal of the 1913 crops of 1889, or more than more than that of tally greater crop it is estimated that remain on farms and 1 at the animal produc- t On that basis the is estUmated at $5,847, year of crop value h reeord of production e the fact that the num- t Sba increased 11 per until there now are S400,000, farms In the ID bptment of Agricul ggsdeu of the subject re view that a lower l relitL L at $1,692,000,000 com a of the value of all the volume was under principal crops with g the ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 January 1914

CURRENCY BILL BECOMES A LAW Most Far-Reaching Measure Re lating to Finance Enacted in Many Years. SALIENT POINTS REVIEWED Jmastlals of New Law Summarized in Nontechenical Language Makes Little Change in Oper ation of Present National Banks-Regional Re serve Banks Pro vided For. Washington, Dec. 23 -The new bill affecting the currency, banking and inances of the country is one of the most far-reaching measures relating to finance that have been enacted in many years. The magnitude of the subject, the diversity of interests affected and the length of the debates in both branches of congress has to follow the changes and grasp the essentials of this highly technical measure in its important I bearings on money, finance, banking and the entire range of fiscal subjects, t I' public and private, which it affects. t Summary of the Bill. r With a view, therefore, of present ing succinctly and in non-technical language an epitome of the salient tea- I tures of the measure as finally framed, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 January 1914

- The Robinson Diamonds -Audcious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Copyrigbt. 1913. by W. G. Chapmawn ' first of a series of sgo complete in itself, 'le the tremendously ex Le aaures of Nikolai-a iedrn Robin Hood who a "leveler of for The clever device by Sreoared the Robinson - t'their rightful owner Ljt of the present tale. Itro must be some malign that sends our enemies Sathbs Just when we think pet them out of our lives else can one account between Sir Jullus ' s Mary Boyd? aboard the Unlithgow, vessels of the Atlan Sleet. There were not e and *e soon became inti masn In my cabin was, I -a sian or' Austrian by Swealed himself Baron I seemed possessed of an h Sir Julius Robinson la, were gouth African about to pay a vialt nb order to hoat some com - ar the lights were turned smeking room the four of pker nto the small bours in tSir Julius' cabin. won; afterward, when had become close, I cards were one means fade his liv...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 January 1914

ITHE IADISON JOUB iAL 'CPLISIWIs r'RRY SATURDAY. 'O? C)!;lESPlENCE1', -Editor. ci 4 e J ICE 'I'ELIPHOsg NsUMBkR 7. t Officil Jeernel of Madion Psrh. k Official Journal Fifth District e * Levee Board, School Board, "l Police Jury and Town of-: Tallulah. $1.50 Pan Axwux is ADVANC. f. - ti Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallu ,lab, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of C1'rgress , of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL Is not r.sponsible for O the views and oplnions of co rc I; mdents 11 rpearinr In its eolomns i TALLULAr. , LA.. JANVUAtY 8, 1914. t TW EW WM. It is a wonderfti thing to think P of this new year that has barely l begun, what will these full three J hundred and sixty-five days, so s young and new, mean to us, as a the weeks go by and time carries oi us to the end? 17 It is a far cry. surely, from b January 1st to December 81st, it and many changes most come with the passing of the year! Will we be blind, impersonal instrumentsof Destiny? Or will ie our days be filled with sp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 January 1914

VADISON JOURNAL LA.. JAIARAIV, :i. 1914 " ALg AND PERSONAL gs JOURNAL awil' bt. g I t pub!ibh So i.J, Perai n19 l or of interest from '!r" ' rrt of 1411 Conmunifairir mrat stgnued, but no nm ,rr il 11e itle's rewne.L to do no vc- ed - onolmncation. P. O. Box PW/ese No. 7. -. .  ger. of Mound, was Thursday oad business. ulslria, from Mound, was the Mr. John E. Yerger for the 7.- p pg sll Huntet, from Water -- the guest of Mrs. Geo. bLs e dance on the thirtieth. j Yoeag, from Viekeburg, Hi -agsltie guestof Mrs. J. 8. I danoe Tuesday, the 0th. fie -ells Krllne, who teaches at puand is with Mrs. Godhold, -p the dance, a gest of Miss iei i. W. iramp, of War. y .dys in Viekaburg  and wan i t.gst Tburs ' . mi  ost Moore, of Lake Provt- mi through Tallulab Ther ben eallied to Hanmond by labet mother. Hopkins, of St. Joseph, Tallulsh Wednesday on as, eeles to .vslt her ohter, iO wil remaia several months. " Il Cook and little pn, ftm a Ta and Fred John aodechildren, - were the Holiday...

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. — 3 January 1914

I SYNOPSIS. Fran arrives at Hamilton Gregory's aene in IJttleburg. but finds him absent conducting the choir at a camp meeting , Ihe repeairs thither in search of hir laughs during the service and is asked t lave. Abbott Ashton. superintendent uo. 0 iehools. escorts Fran from the tent. He tells her Gregory is a wealthy man. r: deeply Interested in charity work, and a t pillar of the church. Ashton becomes a Uy inaterested In Fran and while tak leave of her, holds her hand and Is aeen by Sapphlra Clinton, sister of Rob ert Clinton, chairman of the school board. n, ,ran tells Gregory she wants a home el with him. Grace Noir. Gregory's private ansretary. takes a violent dislike to Fran i and advisee her to go away at once. C4 Fran hints at a twenty-year-old secret. and Gregory in agitation asks Grace to a l.ave the room. Fran relates the story ul f bow Gregory married a young girl at lagfeid while attending college and at deserted her. Fran is the child of cl that marriage. Gregory had...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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