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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 January 1914

e Lighthouse of the North *A mcious Hazard of Nikolai, Inaependent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT Copyright. 1913. b W. G. Chapman' yacht cut gally through v-res that rolled in an un- p off the great North cape c, It was the end of Septem- a lts and days were equal, tl -be on the horizon beto- b proach of the Arctic Ice would soon descend to seal h o-ast until the following n could exceed the lone- r aisolation of the sea-scape; tl line of smoke was vlsi- n - our starboard lay the r, past. a six of us aboard with h i were all consumed to c yesson for our presence a waters, far from civiliz- e was the day on which o ie told. Nikolai assembled were all members of t! league--and broke n a document. ii out the orders. ii adrovitch, with five ry patriots,.s on his I aboard the Potem- t, as. was to rescue them. b had been the hope of s freedom through many a t last, treacherously the minions of the tsar, d sentenced, after a mock I banishment in the of nort...

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. — 24 January 1914

;T<itB1 IADISOI'JOURHAL t PJ3TeL1WD RVKRY SATURDAY. a (tEOlHGE SPENCER, Editor. Offkidl ouree of Madiso Parish. Official .lTmrnal Fifth District Lrvee Sloard, i'hotol Board, at Police Jury mud Town olf w J Tallulah. Is $1.59 PER AN(I rI AvAw:CE. tl Enterei Jan. I6tir, 19(13 at Tallu lah, la., as seomd-celas mail matter, nndter Act of Congress of March :3, 1879. W he .Or)URNAL -i not responsible for a: sIte viwc aend opininnh of correspondentsa a appearing it its nolnans t ST'Attr,.A, Lt., JArT.ARY 24. 1914. b LAKE CA ALES SETS A NEW PAC. - The action of the assessor, following tLhe trend of public sen ment, in fixing the valuation of I. improvements; at one-half the i" proportionate rate of land and , town lots in Lake Charles, has i, illed som'e of our neighboring a oities with envious admiration. f The Baton Rouge State l'imes o commends the plan in a long edi torial from which tile following eztaauts are made: * Lake Charles, like Shreve- P port, foltowed the example of d...

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. — 24 January 1914

S IADISOH JOURNAL1 5JU.OLAH, L.%., JA,'A'y1, 42, 1914 b SOCIAL AND PERSONAL o.Th.IOIT'RNAL will he glad to p mlts and publish .oei..t, prronal or . ,r notes of internat from, all pastA of yl parish. 411 eommunsentinns must pb mprly aigned, Ibut to nmine will be IMitd unlesn reque't to do o c r  nie cotammmnication. P. O. Box iq or Phone No. 7. Mrs, F. ('allman, for many g years a resident of Tallulah, but at present of Monroe, la., is here an visit to Mr. and Mrs. I. gauffmaltn. Mrs. Callman is lways a welcome visitor to Tal- - ablah, where she is well-known t aid liked by all. .r, W. II. Ward, of Mansford, 'paied through town Monday on ti is way to Memphis on hbusines . Mr. Joe Smiths is visiting rel ltives and friends here this week. Mrt.C,. E. Speed, the levee man, in town a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. E B. Johnson, of la llpnsylvania, were visiting in ti lulalh this week. Mtr May Barmore, for ten as5 (Constable of Ward Six, was in town Wednesday. Judge E. C. Montgomery ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 January 1914

MM R OF FIGS i is cruel nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Sook back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted ea--castor oil, calomel, cathart1du. SSew rou hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well-found ed. Their tender little "insides" are Injlred by them. t If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli ele* "Callfornia Syrup of Figs." Its ho actl is positive, but gentle. Millions con a mothers keep this harmless "fruit at Izldtive" handy; they know children )esr to take it; that it never fails to u'-i eij the liver and bowels and sweet- det ea stomach, and that a teaspoonful pill glan today saves a sick child tomor- Ing ask at the store for a 50-cent bottle ert e"California Syrup of Figs," which wit SI full directions for babies, children and ia l ages and for grown-ups plainly...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 January 1914

i N REFUSES OPERATION H1ew She Was Saved Takji Lydia E. Pink. m,'s Vqetable * Compound. Ind.-"My baby was pISr od ad I bloated till I was a burden to myself. I suffered from fe male trouble so I could not stand on my feet and I felt like millions of needles were prick ing me all over. At last my doctor told me that all that would save me was an operation, but this I refused. I -esmlad to get me a bottle of Pikham's Vegetable Com I would try it before I would t m~y operation. He did so and right along. I am now doing Wk and feeling fine. ther suffering women will try I will recommend it knew."---Mrs. DuraL. D. B. asklin St., Logansport, Ind. - e guarantee that all testimo. we publish are genuine, is it - su ppose that if Lydia E. Vegetable Compound has the hl these women it will help wmsan who is suffering in a we W do not drag along until is necessary, but at once & Pnlakham's Vegetable to Lydia E. Pinkham (eoafldential)Lynn, e[or letter wil be opened, answered by a woma in st...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 January 1914

IODS OLD TEMPLE Pref. ButWT ai the Am-. elgit Temple of Artemis Ine in Lydian and Aramaic P nd on Walls May Help Scient ists to Decipher Unknown Lydian Language. New York.-Prof. Howard Crosby BDtler, head of the archaelogical de partment of Princeton university, has attained remarkable results in his ex peditions to Sardes in Asia Minor. He and his staff of assistants, one of whom is Dr. Enno Llttmann of the WVlversity of Strasburg, have com letely unearthed and to a large ex tot restored the ancient Temple of emis. The inscriptions on the oalis leave no doubt that it was built arly in the fourth century B. C., on e site of what was then the city of dia. But even more valuable than the very of the temple is the unearth of bilingual Inscriptions in Lydian d Aramaic, which makes the first nsiderable advance toward decipher g the unknown Lydian language. is is considered by archaeologists classical lingulsts all over the as one of the most important ad tions to the dead languages ever ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUI'ARY 31, 1914 NEW IS l ES--1 SFINANCE ED IN FRISCO HELPED TO BANK. SAILROAD, SAYS COM COMMiSSiON. MFFICERS PROFITED When Insolvency Was Cendemned by the Investigators. alSo News Service Financial operations, the acquirement of lines . dicstes which profited l,00,0,000, some of which by the road's own offl adled as among the under. hor the insolvency of the IBan Francisco Railroad a seport to the Senate by SCommerce Commission. Ik E. Clark, states in a Strasmittal addressed to Usoso, that no recommen called for in the resolu by the Senate directing declares that the inability to meet its obligations have been apparent for bebore the application for ; that strenuous efforts by Ms officers to tide over from day to day: wes borrowed from all gues until every avenue was exhausted, market being either sold or under the numer ied that notwithstanding flsaelal condition, the t Speyer & Co. of ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

The Essayan Statue An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright. 1913. by W. G. Chapman, I like to remember Interludes in Bshil Nikolai's series of conspiracies and me vengeance, when he allowed his sub- bac tie humor to play like a lambent flame out about his imagination, when tragedy fret turned comedy and succbss was not par purchased by tears. The case of the bor Essayan statue well illustrates the twf lighter side of Nikolai a nature. ton Everybody in ltoston came to ble know Essayan after he formed the awl famous combination in corn. He must of have made millions; and from the sha humble post of editor of a little rev- fat olutionary Armenian sheet, he became dot one of the city's leading bankers. fro Simultaneously his views underwent sid a change, as Nikolai discovered when Of he called on him. mu "What?" shouted Essayan. "Con- my tribute fifty thousand dollars to the revolutionary party? You must be sta ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

ASKED TO PRESERVE PRINCIPAL SOURCE OF RADIUM Lane Appeals to Legislators to Stop Precious Deposits e Ore From Being Shipped Abroad for Foreign mmodity Will Cure Cancer-Many Deposits Still Property of the United States. -Like the wave of hot which sometimes sweeps and leads irresistibly to realisation that the United - danger of losing one of its pssesitons has been sudden . Howard A. Kelly. to the minds of the public few weeks. will cure cancer. And the Speegoe are on the verge of Ma precious deposits of now the principal source anAest of metals, to be eleid for the benefit of for If ever protection Kt is here. . Lane, secretary of the t18 Itnformed congress that Sst ead act quickly. The of Representative Bremner Swho is suffering from mass that surrounds Seu enforced the warn most of the deposits of we still government prop stould the private store ONM aread in the highest I 'peoplie of the United wh.m eme In every ten over Sty is (or was) doomed emuer, have still an enor of raw ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

FARMERS' MEETING. PROGRAM FOR TWO-DAY MEETING AT TALLULAH. i0 A. M. February 5th Introductory Address ....... . ..Col. F. L. Maxwell Agricultural Conditions in the North Delta Parishes ... ..................................... Mason Snowden Beef Cattle ...................... -Prof. Archibald Smith. Tick Eradication .... ................ D. W. H. Dalrymple Hog-raising in Louisiana ...........Dr. W. R. Dodson What Railroads can do to help Agricultural De velopm ent .................. ..................... Mr. W . C. W elty Ariculturalist, Iron M.R R. . 7:30 P. M. illustrated Lecture ....................................Prof. A. Sm ith S..... ...........Dr. W. R. Dodson February 6th Live Stock San. Board........................ Dr. E. B. Flowers Truck Crops for Delta Cond..... Jas. E. Hearne Cotton under " " ..............L. M. Calhoun Common Injurious Insects of the Delta..................... ............................. ........... ............................. .......... G . D . S m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

1JOUil JAxUArY 81, 1914. PERSsNAL. NAL will be glAd to Soelal, Peronal or from all parts of engmuniectlons must but no name will be gnoems to do as s. ati.on. P.O. Bo: ie. 7. q. Snyder is in week. Hlewes andi Chasn in town this weak. Sanders and A. is t5wn this week. y Slack attended a Iton this week. Monsgomery. Jr., ld, Ark., return aeraing. 81·ak. Will PUal aUines made ton this week. Ranedeil passed Tuesday on his SReton, La. diptheria are well are reported so started. prnell, ot Millik ing a few days here this week. of Jankuon, Miss., ,s plantation this in. Slpana and Misses ser d Mary day Wednesday T- erger, who ag relatives in ass three weeks, etoda y. M. Brans has re* Chisago where lhe A businea s ana alrtgomery, Rev. sad Meters. F. . L. Ras went as business. ,bndarm, Mober. btaante Retisr Wednesday on to the an We lioan Moun Is this 'ass.e of a l17.tO0 to New e asam". father of . Mr. J. W. iask r vstint ealhe aerth. tto iJan. 16 15 samue date d r. ut ir of Freheary alrea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

WIIIJ?[1IIE WILL I MARY 1ODBER T5 DINEHARI T -ifLJTIHOR OF-- . C 1RCULAaL- $TA TICA E, Aeý MAN in LOWER. TEN WHEN A MVIAN MIAR IES HrIr L STRATED , EDGAR BERT SMiTH cmmpi.rcv ( a ;.A CHAPTER I. When it was all over Mr. Sam came eat to the spring-house to say good-by to me before he and Mrs. Sam left. I hated to see him go, after all we had been through together, and I sup pose he saw it in my face, for he came over close and stood lookingl down at me, and smiling. "You saved us. Minnie," he said, "and I needn't tell you we're grateful; but do you know what I think?" he asked. pointing his long forefinger at me. "I think you've enjoyed it even when you were suffering most. Red-haired wom ea are born to intrigue, as the sparks ry upward." "enJoyed it!" I snapped. "I'm an ed woman before my time, Mr. Sam What with trailing back and forward through the snow to the shelter-house, and not getting to bed at all some nigi s, and my heart going by fits and starts, as you may say, and half th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

IN CONDITION To Health by Lydia a Vegeta. Compound. Vt- "We have great aemedies. I was very ir regular and was tired and sleepy all the time, would have cold chills, and my I hands and feet would 1 bloat. My stomach bothered me, I had : pain in my side and a bad headache most of the time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound has ne me lots of good sdl One. I am regular, my = atter and my pains have all t e can use my name if you t 1s of what your reme _as for me."- Mrs. MARY S idge St., Montpelier,Vt. )apendable Medicine r - admitted by every fair- c t person, that a medi u lland grow in popularity years, and to-day hold -as raemAnds upon thousands t SasM has Lydia E. Pink Compound, without e est virtue and actual v maidines must be looked c -ied both standard and d Severy thining person. Im" tde slightest doubt i LPInkham's Vegeta. " will help you,write . kam MedlclneCo. Lynn, Mass.,for ad lgtter will be opened, a easwered by a woman, t fstrict confidence. t Caes for Divorce. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 January 1914

IR NEW ANTI TRUST BILLS OUT Measures Based on Wilson Poli cies Define Sherman Act and Allied Laws FULL PUBLICITY IS SOUGHT Trade Commission Instead of Corpora tion Bureau Would Report Viola tions of the Statutee-Rigid inquiries Are Ordered. Washington, Jan. 23.-Embodying the program laid down by the presi dent in his recent message, the ad ministration's trust bills were present ed to congress. The bills have received the approval of Mr. Wilson and the Democratic leaders of both houses of congress. With little modification they will be enacted into law. Their purposes are: 1. Definition of unlawful monop oly or restraints of trade. 2. Prohibition of unfair trade practice. 3. Creation of an interstate trade commission. 4. Regulation of corporation di doctorates and prohibition of in terlocking directorates. Unlawful Monopoly Defined. Unlawful monopoly is defined as any combination or agreement be tween corporations, firms, or persons designed for the following purposes: 1. To create ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 February 1914

IhHE MADISON JOURNAL. BOUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUA RY 7, 1914 E E - DENT HEARS IAPPEAL OF WOMEN HUNDRED IN SUFFRAGETTE SELEGATION-25 ARE AD MITTED. AGAIN REFUSES AID , He Is Impresed by Plea. TakeI Up Matter In Future. sveral States Represented. jJawper Ci.os News retl c. ElItgton.--The women workers til daily in the mills, sweat. sad factories of the nation, with President Wilson for his to the cause of womon muf The president regrettfully told - he did a delegation last De. , that he cannot urge anything dress which had aot received aigeste consideration of the Demo gArty. demonstation-not the brass the street procession, the color. to sad battle flags of the but the tale of hardship of the to livo on low wages, of for those who sickened work and the heartbreaking of poverty-effected the deeply. 'ire delegation left the executive - discouraged and disappointei Sthey obtained no positive ala, dM not know that the president was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 February 1914

.WIIHI 11RUS AWIL SMAVY 1)J 3BEH T5 DINEHAR.T 6 :JýU.T-HOR` OF-* . icc1RCA.L TAIPACAE , M? JAN 2z- LOWER. TEN WHEN A MAN MAf RRIES ILLUSTrATED i? EDGAR BERT SMITH cwuwr aN a r.co. SYNOPSIS. sale, spring-house girl at Hope snna urn, tells the story. It opns with the ral of Miss Patty Jnnings, whi, is re ld to be engaged to marry a primn.'.. the death of the olI doctor who ~wains sanatorium. Th'e ,stat.' is I.,ft to a grandson. Dic iky ('art r. who appear on a c{rtain date and run sanatorium suc'-,ussfully for two the or forfeit the inh,.ritance. A case mumps delays IJIck's arrlval. Mr. Tho I hovering actut in hopips of se the place for a summer hotel. CHAPTER Ill.-Continued. At half past five I just about gave It was dark outside, and nothing but firelight. Suddenly I ed to feel somebody looking at back of my neck and I turned There was a man standing one of the windows, staring in My Arst thought, of course, was it was Mr. Dick, but just as the vanished I saw that it wasn't. It olde...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 February 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal CULEBRA CUT ALMOST CLEARED OUT /j / ...... 0'.: _ :......... . .- .. ...... . . .. r . :.:: ·..i::::: = .. : •.. • *.. ::' - . :"-::i So 8 rapid has been the work of the huge dredges here photographed removingthCuraasldinhe ue !im out that the canal will be ready in April for the passage clf ocean vessels through its entire length. STEAMER COBEQUID ON TRINITY LED6E Ai -.9 f'si ..... . . " i .. .I-i remar kable photograph of the steamer Cobequid, wrecked on Trinity ledge in the Bay of Fundy, Nona ahloy, the vessel eovered with ice and almost submerged, and boats rescuing the passengers and taking off £a SLADY DECIES IN TABLEAUX VIVANTS charming photograph of Lady Decies was macb in the home of Mrs. De Koven of New York at the tableaux vivants. It shows the former Gould in the handsome mediaeval gold embroidered satin costume headdress, with the famous pearls of her motler, that she wore In Picture by Federigo Zucca...

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. — 7 February 1914

ON JOURIAL' EVD VRY SATURDAY. EORGE SPENCER, Ed!itor. I O(ryvcs TELEI'IIONE NUMIER 7. Offikd iersal of Madison Parish. (ilicial Journal Fifth District! Levee Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.~0 Ps ANNUM rx ADVANVCE. Entered Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL is not rep'nsibl for he views and opinions ofcorrespondents appearling in its columns. TAr.tULA, LA., JANUARY 31, 1914. SENATOI RANSOELL 0 DIVORCE An Associated Press dispatch from Washington gives the fol lowing item of news: Divorce with the right to re marry would be prohibited for ever in the United States and in all places under the nation's tjurisdiction by an amendment to ,twe federa1 constitution proposed in the senate today by Senator I nsdell, of Louisiana. Enact mcent of uniform marriage laws ',or all States and Territories, TWith provision for seperation ithout permission to remarry, I uld be directed by the amen...

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