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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 January 1914

RETS" FOR IVER; BOWELS headache, biliousness, taste or constipation by morning. icent box.  eplng your bowels, liver, clean, pure and fresh ts, or merely forcing a every few days with tsartic Pills, Castor Oil or Waters ? aving a bowel waeh-day. Let thoroughly cleanse and reg L stomach, remove the sour ting food and foul gases, * excess bile from the liver - r7 out of the system all the waste matter and poisons - owels. Caret to-n!lit will make you out by morning. They work y1o seep--never gripe, sicken any incon'Fvniitncfe, and cost I sa ts a box from your store. of men and womien take a now and then and never gEdache, Biliousness, Coated Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Adv. Was Back at the Back. a study hour the youngest of i, was poring over his primer while the others were playing s~gr,"* the youngster said, "If I Smany lessons to get as those I would study all the time. If .dsa't mind they will be sent s mother immediately called the SM w observe study hour and re lo them what t...

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. — 3 January 1914

6y MRS.F 5I1OWERS HE farmer, without whom no other class of society could exist, seemingly thinks the least of home comforts, wife, and children. All are thought of in re lation to how much and in what way they will increase the revenue of the farm. I said to a farmer recently. "Why don't you put such and such comforts into your home instead of i d continually expending more money to Snake your horses, hogs, and cattle more comfort able and sanitary?" He answered, "The house does not bring in money," as though all we lived for was the mere possession of money! One cannot pick up a farm paper without reading an account of a corn-growing contest, a fat-stock show, a poultry show, and noting the prizes offered for the best results obtained. All of these tend to stimulate the boys and girls to become more inter ested in the farms and not to be satisfied with any thing but the best. These contests are commend able and are serving to educate our boys and girls by placing before them tang...

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. — 10 January 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAI) , ,JANUIARY 10, 1914 'NEW SElIES--V) I . .. . , --  . . . . . .. . R SENT STRIKE ZONE JONES, FAMOUS AS OF WORKERS, DEPORTED. D WITH ARRESi taken by Colorado State Orders From Adju oeneral Chase. cam IMws 5s.fer io.-Acting under or ,AJataft General John of the state militia Mary Jones on her ar gi Paso, ordered her the train and accom a far as Walsenburg, the  itary zone. ges purchased a ticket to Denver. She offered sathorities had learned Jones intended to stop Is exhort the strikers and presence undesirable in Chase ordered her .Seulid she return, said she will be arrested authorities. at the station here of shea militia men on the 'Mether" Jones led to an that the citizens them gported her and that the was to protect her indignities. of "Mother" Jones e ar on the part of the ,lOtrike leaders here and ma urgent requests for that she return to 'ie, assuring her protec Unmber of troops or s...

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. — 10 January 1914

RIIIERSON A WIODER Doesn't Know a Note of Music Yat Is a Musician. Was Played Before Crowned Heads Raised In Illinois, as a Lad, He Amazed Salons of Second Em pire With Talent. New York.-The story of Francis Grierson's life, the essayist and plan 1st who came here from London is in teresting. Mr. Orlerson was a lad of about ten years of age when he trudged into Alton, Ill., on a memorable October day with grownups of his family to hear the great Lincoln-Douglas debate -the "memorable day on which the 'Irrepressible conflict' predicted by Seward actually began," as Mr. Grier son puts it In his "The Valley of Shad ows." With these vital statistics at hand you'll have to figure out his age yourself. The last time he was in America was twenty-ne years ago. ills first visit here, and it was a lengthy one, began when he was an infant in arms. Six months after his birth in England his father, a cousin of Gen. Grierson. who fought under Grant, brought him to America The father took a farm i...

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. — 10 January 1914

e Treasure of Spandau ious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Calddt. 1913. by W. G. Chapman Niolla, to -me, --is e Sal kLaverles. It is made by the tribute that the .cted from the weak. the German govern fads, I shall be assisting h manity." r Berlin. The Morocco plied all Europe, and the Tenton and the Gaul to be imminent. All .mg with enthusiasm. a patriotic proces ornfully. . Ve folly of these silly e government hopes rasMtage by an unpar - France," he said. L eharity to prevent it." r I exclaimed. to me. "What r' he asked. egwered promptly. government's war of Spandau." I ex enlightened. hlws that after France y a huge monetary 1871, the Teutonic gov a Ue a war fund of sev in gold, which was --e recesses of the for nine miles from Ber was this sum that Nikolai aiding. sadacity of the scheme Sven knowing Nikolai idea appeared to me in hers was this one man to loot the treasures sad those buried in the eme of Germany's ...

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. — 10 January 1914

TiI IADISON JOURNAL poUSanD zWVaRT SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Edito OmWes Tizrnoisz Nuxasu 7. Ol dk Jsrsda of Mediles Paer. Official Journal Fifth District Levee loard, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.50 Pus Axox in ADvAarZs. Entered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The JOURNAL is not responsible for a vlews and opinaios of orrepoedents Appearin in Its columne TAI.WLAR, LA.. JANUARY 10, 19[4. gOUR s EANOEMETS. We wish to announce that we have made arrangement with Messrs. P. F. Collier & Sons, publishers of Coller's Weekly, whereby we can offer you the Madison Journal and COllier's Weekly for 1 year at the price of Collier's $2.50. The former tMice of Collier's was $5.00, which has been reduced to $2.50 Send is your order now soyour sub seription can start as soon as possible. Remember when think iugthis over you are getting $4.00 value for $2.50. orsusEehf i ch Ps!is. A beel, gresablse bree...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 January 1914

Payee For What Purpose Amount K, C. Williamson ......--------For reserve McAlpine Levee 87,638, at 30c-20%----------5,258.28 1 W. C. Ml ....n - .--.. For 3d Est. Milliken Bend levee, 27,408 C. yds. 23.40c R 20% 6,130.78  , C. Mullen .--..............For reserve Milliken Bend Levee, 35,208 C. yds. 23.40c-20% 1,647.73 Albert Vaught - --...........For salary as Inspector East Carroll Ph. July 1913.......... 70.00 . Bett ..................------------For salary as Inspectod Madison Ph.., July 1913------..--..--... 70.001' A B. Ratcll ................. For salary as Inspectod Tensas Ph., July 1913 ------------............ 70.00 Bask Waterproof, Act. a B. " .. - - ยป. .. ...".- For salary as Inspector Concordia Par., July 191---.......... 80.00 L C. Rhodes -......----------For salary as General Inspector of Levee 5th La. Dst ......- 200.00 .O W. Campbell ------.......---......or salary as Secretary Board of Commissioners........... 125.001 L 5J. Hamley ........------------.....--For Mile...

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. — 10 January 1914

MADISON JOURNAL TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914 OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE FIFTH LOUSIANA LEVE ISTRIC TO THU HONORABLB BOARD OP COYYMMIIIIONRS FOR TH FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRICT: . hav te to submit the tollowia state ment of reeipt and uishmrsein by 0e ar or Sed comme thncOne Ju 1st, 16, sad eandnl De cember lat, 1131, l- aUmdsa with AM 114, the l oGeneral AhIul H the state d I tusiw for the year 1ML RECEIPTS FROM DISTRICT TAXEL .,E CARROLL PARISH: ..... 41. District Levee T ax------- mADIDN PARISRH: U. Ditrt ee Tax ------------------s UNSAS PARISH .................. Dlitrlet Levee --- ..------------------........ 4. CONCORDLA PARISH: District Le Tax -------------------- --4 . Acreage Levee Tas ...........--- --- -..... MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS. rom Ilton Bag Co~ bas roturneod by Board...--------.. $ ,1 From McCalery, for lumber purchued by Board--..----- 1. From TeL Cotton Oil Co.. lumber purchased by Bdad-..--- 36. From Tal. Cotton Oil Co., lumber pur...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 January 1914

ISO' JOURRAU, J my, 1', 1914 D ? SONAL. NA vill he glad to Jb r t1, P rToaMl or n;. omall parts of Sien!' nications must I o asue will be ,r" to do s ** e . P.O. Box No. ; 1 (t nes returned da after a pleas B tiesn: in Vidalia. m Abraham Braun b J. Braun, have return. ( .Jter spending the holi relations in southern ] sate. s and Mason Spen OCampbell attende ' di Mr. John Boatner Tkursdav. Amy Holms and Aman Sesmover to Vicksburg to be with their, .sad Mrs. Jim Aiklen child was killed by Johnson entertain gchool pupils last refreshments were aid erery one had a I wishes to correct made in last week's I te social column. d Mrs. Montgomery's the word electri-l1 used where it should l elicited. L[. Johnson has just the leeand ightplant Lda., anti has a 25 m with that town to s d power. Mr. J. J will leave tomorrow sesem appears the tateiment of The i ank. 's Ice & Cold ' ar also in the oil just reelyved three tanks. They will - ee tanks n place li fqr the delivery oft IVLSI or TAL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 January 1914

Rr s* in Fbut km R ee PhFrt Fao hin tY First ja Eoom and for these reason Calumet Baking Powder is first in the hearts of the millions of housewives who use it and know it. !m - COULD GIYE EDITOR POINTS Interview With Mether4n-Law Probe My Would Have Made Things Warm for Mr. Jones. At a recent banquet reference was made to the helping hand, which reealled to Gov. Frank M. Bryne, of South Dakota, an incident that hap pesed in a western town. One morninl a rather commanding looking woman entered a newspaper eDe, and auled to see the editor. The aeltor was promptly produced. "In your paper this morning," aidd the woman. In a cold, hard voice, "you wSy that Mr. Jones is a bribe taker, a swintdler a mud slinger and a crook." "It is a matter of politics, madam," said the editor, apologetically. "I am vetry arry that we were compelled to make statements of that kind on your aesaunt, for I take It that you are a "I am his wife's mother," answered the visitor, "and I want to say that poe ha...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 January 1914

Diversified Farmlng Is Making the South Planters are finding that it pays to rotate crops. Corn, hay and cotton follow each other with a sure profit. Besides raising diversified crops, more planters use fertilizers containing POTASH enough tobalance the phosphoric acid. Enough Potash means at least as much Potash as phosphoric acid. To get full value out of your fertilizer, in sist on high-grade goods. If your dealer doesn't carry such grades, buy Potash sepa rately. Potash Pays. W.ig al .,l,. av ae.. f.. ...-s-. e se GERMAN gALI WORKS. lte. 42 Broadwy,. New York New Orlema. U'llu LSUri lek Bld. .0 Premisaa. 2s LauI.sr kg. ,ams.. mpe ln. COMPLETE BANQUET i Youngster's Longing That eag Appeal to Rich and Charitable Man. -Edward .Morris. the Chica packer, was worth over $5I, ad contributed every year to ,s much money as he spent home. like most charitable a boat of anecdotes that alatly pathetic light on pov at a Christmas dinner in Sr. Morris once said: 4ater of a Christmas dinner...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 January 1914

MUiR DREAKSUP HISOW FUNERAL Man Mourned as Dead Greets His Sorrowing Friends Treats It as Joke. LOOKS AT "CORPSE" trange Case of Mistaken Identity Leads to Unusual Happening at Hamilton, Ont. - Missinb Man Thought Affair Very Funny. Hamilton, Ont.-John Thompson. able seaman, slipped into town a few days ago wearing his sea legs and a broad smile, to attend his own funeral. Thompson was supposed to have lost his life in the recent gale which swept the Great Lakes. The waters give up few of their secrets, but in the case of Thompson there could be no doubt. His father had identified the corpse and, had it removed to his home for funeral services, thus laying the foun dation for one of the strangest exam ples of mistaken identity ever record ed In Ontario. When the body was found Thomp son's father looked for the "J. T." tat tooed on the arm. He found this and a scar on the shin. He failed to find the eagle tattooed on the back of his son, but believed the other marks suf ielent for al...

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. — 17 January 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATERDAY, ..ANUARY 1, 1914 NEW SIIS- OWNERS HIT ERAL PROBE s MAKE REPORT NS IN MICHIGAN R DISTRICT. ARE ACCUSED Were Taken to Mimns o Pistols, It Is Alleged. cal m.' News Servie. -Report of the Depart. Investigation of the strike, made public that strike-breakers into the copper region tions; that some Sthe mines at the point atrikers were wounded 'in the hands of armed that no evidence was being injured by the that while many of sepper mining companies are operating at a loss, Ie Company, which than 50 per cent of the gltisa, had "had extremely - The report was made tions of Walter B. agent of the Depart ; John Moffitt and John Isloeltor for the depart sent out to the copper 4Foa, making public a report, intimated that his investigators might bamis of a proposed con tion. ROAD GIVES IN Reorganization Big Vil fgr Government. --Te New York, New rand the Depart have announced that agreement has been to eff...

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. — 17 January 1914

TALKS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT ARE YINNING FRIENDS FOR HIS NATIONi South Anmericans Favor View of Monroe Doctrine Colonel Pr. sents-Better Understanding Between the United States and Many Latin Countries. Is Assured-Each Learn of the Other-Root and Bryan Made Similar Effort. Buenos Aires.-Certain countries of South America have been taking the measure of Theodore Roosevelt. On his part Colonel Roosevelt has bee.n forming his impressions of those coun tries. His visit is far from ended. lie will know much more of them before be returns to the United States. Yet time enough has elapsed for some judgment to be formed on both sides. It may be crystallized in the state eant that these South American coun tries are pleased with Colonel Roose velt and Colonel Roosevelt is pleased with them. While be has been preaching ideal Ism and while the main theme of his 'addresses has been on ideals of de s mocracy, South America nevertheless Insists on looking on Colonel Roose Welt as a man of action a...

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. — 17 January 1914

The Stolen Submarine As Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Coprdls. 1913. by W. G. Chapman and I had gone to Kiel to te German yacht races. Such are, of course, largely pat by gentlemen who dabble in ikolai called "high finance." a as had gathered in a score e of the fraternity and sent -t of the country; but those  bunglers at their trade. We as wealthy Americans, and is reap a harvest. i companion's thoughts flew the common swindling. I 4ot when he announced his S would be something worthy itastic mind. On the third while we sat together upon , watching the yachts gat, fags of all nations flutter mast heads, Nikolai broach Germans are giving England _ t for the supremacy of the b said, as the kaiser's yacht, ~aied her English antagon to the salutation of ten throats. "And they're not -)sied in actual war material " gland would give a fortune  ess of the new German sub me the Daily Telegraph days previous, whi...

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. — 17 January 1914

STII ADISOIB JOURAL peupsso sys3r SATURDAY. -gORGE SPENCER, Editor. Olurts Tnrwaows Nowuxm 7. N ad isui of MNdbn Pars. O"oial Journal Fifth District Levee Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.0 Pna Ass~n ix ADvAxce. Enatered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu la, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL I. not responslble for M elew and opnlaons of oorrespondstS p parlua In its columns TA'U.t.A, LA., JAmUARY 17, 1914. IE SUII AlI THE CATTLE That the raising of cattle to atrket in the South is something Sore than an aoadmnio dieumssion , proven by the reports that have , bn received on the number and ',harsaeter of cattle marketed by ariouae Southern States in the Vsetern market aloe. Aoeord ig to the Reporter News Bureau at the National Stockyards, more Seatle, mostly of the lower grades, .bhav been marketed by the States of Midlialppi. Alabama, Arkan r,e. TeF*nesse and Louisiana than was ever known before. The report of this ...

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. — 17 January 1914

I JOURIA LI J UAr, 17,'. 1914 lAL will 1 gled to g~'eal, Per+onsl or 1m n all parts of rmsniottions must idt no name will bO st to do no re P.O. Box 7. c `rerger is on a visit byder and Mr. . to to New Orleans I] Leo Shields, of !,pest Sunday in uslatives. upper. of Georgia, 1 we guest of Mrs. J. t merchant and at, L., was in Geo. Spencer spencer left for i week. lin, wrth the i n, of Mon. h Monday on Ic manager on l ewas business d Meaonday. . Bettis, managert y placewas in a i Mitchell and lyn, of Afton, yesterday. IL. W. Haring, of through Tallulah i r way home. I * 3oJ, of Utica, spending this n SW. . Holmes. NWcols is the guest this week of td Mounds, and Maxwell spent tra this week. Rmenigan who Sresided in Madi Son a visit to Iarish High i suspended for a of a case of an town. W. H. Ward, and Neat H olt, spent In Ta ulsh visit, l, mejnher of the and from ward ofluh Sundayas Mu.W. B. Bowere. . Wright and Miss atd Viekshrg, Miss., i Ta llulah uandary LRuss, at the y McDowell ...

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. — 17 January 1914

i I I SYNOPSIS. Fran arrives" 11 lriittn (Gregory's home In LIttlehure. but inlds him absent tondultlnng the 'hir at .i ':rnip meeting. She repairs thithehr In sear-ir of him laughs durng . .-. .-. rit . and Is asked tb leave. Alh.tt .\Asht.otl. superintendent of sh.iool.s sa ,res Fran from the tent. He tells her (;re-gory is a wealthy man. deeply interested in charity work, and a pillar of the. ihur.lh. Ashton tn-coimes greatly Inte*resteld in Fran and while tak ing heave of hi.r. holds her hand and Is seen by Faplphia C'linton, sister of Ithbe Prt Clinton. chairman of the school tiar.d Fran tells Gregory she wants a honil. with him. (;race Noir. GOregary's prl;iat secretary, takes a violent dislike to Fran and advises her to go away at on. e Fran hints at a twenty-yea r-olil s." rt. and Oregory in agitation asks Grt..'- to) leave the room. Fran rIelates th.l story of bow Oregory married a voiung girl it IpIlgfield while attending roll.-a and thea deserted her. F'ran i1 the h-llt...

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. — 17 January 1914

LO OKAT ' 'S TONGUE sh, constipated, rnia Syrup of Figs" tody saves a sick child n simply will not from play to empty their become clogged up with pis sluggish; stomach col Stoague, mother! If coat is listless, cross, fev- is sad, restless. doesn't eat of cold or has sore throat g , children's ailment, give a Io f "California Syrup of g't worry, because it is liv j less and in a few hours fai paton poison, sour bile waste will gently a the bowels, and you have w( child again. A thor cleansing" is oftimes all yo I. t should be the yo given in any sickness. counterfeit fig syrups. Ph for a 50-cent bottle of ha p of rigs," which has w1 for babies, children of for grown-ups plainly Te bottle. Adv. t to SEASON IT OUT m Could Form Only wl From Appearance ti Applicant. In said the general man- i young woman who had hpr a position as stenogra- e= eat of his offce. wI trouble?" asked the t )0a that a girl who is so cc who might be living in su-pelled to get out look- tl because she refused...

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. — 17 January 1914

SOCR KILLS SELF felong Friendship Begun Abroad Ends in Duel in a Dark Alley. SIEALOUSY WAS CAUSE IRussian Engineer, Suspicious of Wife. Is Challenger-Shoots Self in Re morse After Fierce Combat-Quar rel Was Heard by a Lodger. Chicago--Two long kn!ves lay in the hand of W. J. Miliman of 2020 Wal ton avenue just after midnight as he i urned to his lifelong friend. Arcadia 1 Sokoloff. and passionately exclaimed: "We must fight--there." pointing to an alleyway back of the house which was in absolute darkness. A short time later a lodger in the house, who had heard a quarrel arise between the men owing to Millman's suddenly aroused jealousy over his wife, peered from his window trying to gain some idea of what the men were going to do. He could see noth Ing, but from the black alleyway there eame the click of steel, and he realized that a duel was in progress. As the lodger jumped from bed to Bll the police he could hear the tramping of the men, their heavy beasth and again and again the...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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