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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 February 1914

ADISON JOURNAL LA.. JASUARY :31, 1914 AND PERSONAL. " JOURNAL will be gRld to - publish Social, Personal or of interest from all parts of  11 communications must signed, but no name will be i-les request to do so Se eo, mmnnication. P. O. Box phone No. 7. ornbert Slack and Paul rned home Sunday after a t visit among friends in who ont know how to dance now. Dancing School on ,d Fidsyr, 4 to 5 P. M. am rendered last Wedne* g at the Opera House by the mting and gifted Southern dease Lueile Dennie, aopran ), Major, violinist, and Louise reader, was very much en a.l who attended. After the aades was given, in which msay ladies joined, and every aightful time. ~rT. Herring, and McDonnea w re in town Monday. - , of Feriday, passed elslh Sunday Da his way to _learn that Mr. I. Kanff me laid up for several days a. " j Maxwell of Mounds, at ermers meeting here this .i.obs , of Oak Grove, was sesday of this week. ..sd8ierJr., went to Duck *. Holmes was gone several looking after game i...

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. — 7 February 1914

The Burning of Batoum An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright. 1913 by W. G. Chapm Two years ago, when the revolution* ary movement in Russia was at its height and frightful excesses, perpe- I trated both by the government and 1 the Nihilists, were reported daily in all the newspapers of western lands, t the world was appalled to learn that a great part of Batoum., the largest city in the Caucasus, had been con sumed by fire. Batoum is the center of the Russian oil-refining business. It is the only place that rivals the Pennsylvanian i and Kansan fields. Inexhaustible gushers of petroleum exist every where in its vicinity, and oil-ships I from Batoum pass oil-vessels from I New York harbor on every sea. Naturally, a Russian city of this de scription is a hot-bed of revolution. Persians, Russians, Tartars, Turks. Khivans-men from all easterL coun tries, all equally infected with NI hilist doctrines, work side...

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. — 7 February 1914

or's First Question Is peweli?' A SiN gat Guarant*ee g1irrl Action. s..n of the commoner almost invariably you ggatiption was the a to be expected that a food can remain 1n its time without vi and affecting the It congests the go colds, fevers, piles, S5s.rvousness, with its ,aigestion and sleep is only one thing to to remaove the trouble; pII seems unable to do Ilp secessary. You will a dlp outside aids a rem- t tboosands are now us- t yy purpose, called Dr. 1i u pepsin. Many hun- I are received by Dr. a of the good results r glong the enthusiastic c from Lieut. G. W. a I 0W. North St., Decatur, c sad has had a bad liver a s he came out of the v be tried about every- a Tucceeded in getting b f until he took Dr. Pepsin. He is never r in the house, and he d good health. I jdvantages over pills, c riloeus coarse cathartics 1 Muscles seteted by Sloan's b SLyl it a-no b I iad hlessed His Saskdie anddIblocated et a third stoa e ecrtches for four Sstarted to use your minn to directions. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 February 1914

IISIDEINRMOI iHTION CONDUCT OF THE' FIGHTING AROUND TAMPICO Correspondent at City of Mexico Sends Inside Detals of Battle at Mexican Port and Tells of Attitude of Huerta Administra tion Toward Foreign Correspondents - Constantly Threatened With Deportation. It is seldom that a correspondent in the City of Mexico finds opportunity to smug gle "copy" or manuscript cut of the coun try telling the truth about the govern ment. To be caught in this act would bring dire and disastrous consequences. the least of which would be arrest and expulsion from Mexico. In the following article a Mexico City correspondent gives some inside details of the Battle of Tam pico, and tells of the attitude of the Huerta administration towards foreign correspondents.-Ed. City of Mexlco.-Foreign correspond ents In Mexico have been threatened with deportation as "pernicious for eigners," as provided in article 53 of the constitution of the United States of Mexico. it they do not mend their ways and desist from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

THEL MADISON NURNAL. EE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1914 NE ---...........------~~--------- ICUT -Q QVNAT F FAT I nnI- nn . .. fif.n. SIBLE DEATH SAII AMONG VICTIMS MaDp OF MEXICAN - ANDITS. I BURNING TUNNEL 4004"n Mining Engineer Mp Five Children Lose Tr Lives. uaes News ~ervte. _tum--All doubt as to the posbeaners and crews of Sagsed in the Cumbre tun -eved when a message at the general office o'f Northwestern railway dent D. C. Clark, say a body of John Fernandez, of one of the trains burn - el. had been found near portal. It Is believed that use and all the crews =asiss which were sent into in la strnel by Castillo's bandits iy in tha firey furnace. Dep of Fernandez was found nual Lsw feet of the entrance to son, where he fell overcome by ena, and gas as he was at. tion It scape. nest te train crews and the and psssmgers enumerated the trai carried two other members of the force em t h Babicora Hearst ranch merchants who were 1 ...

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. — 14 February 1914

WHAT EUGENISTS OF THE WORLD ARE ENDEAVORING TO ACCOMPLISH Some Insist the Race Is Deteriorating Says Herbert Carey Rush to the Large Cities and the Complexity of Modern Life Given as Among the Causes-Many Depressing Facts Are Revealed. New York.-To the lay mind scienti fic eugenics seems to be founded upon the blackest pessimism., says Herbert Carey. Perhaps scientists see more clearly than the rest of us-though they do not all see alike, or get the same conclusions from the same facts. Some of them are sure we are going to the apes very fast. Death and degen eration and insanity and gibbering idiocy seeims to be the only possibleI end for the human race, they think unless sonlething is done at once to' check our sliding tendencies. Per- - haps the most disheartening revelation is that we are no stronger or more capable mentally or vigorous morally " than our forefathers were in the days when they dressed in pigment-a pen and ink sket, h. "We speak with pride of the advance of huia,...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

]News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal AT THE FOOT OF JAPAN'S DEADLY VOLCANO ' 4 paeeful scene is a view of Kagoshima harbor, Japan, a few days before the volcano whose slopes are seen akLprpmnd erupted and spread death and destruction over the little island. DECK SCENE ON WRECKED VANDERBILT YACHT ,.w st the deck of Frederick W. Vanderbilt's yacht Warrior, which was wrecked on the Colombian coast, and - t the captain who, with the crew, refused to leave the vessel The passengers, includlnl Mr. and ,.lrsdt, the duke and duchess of Manchester and Lord Falconer, were rescued with diffculty by the -Alilrante and Prctera. NES READY TO LAND IN MEXICO .-;:.·· ...:: :-:: •. el. |4 'It·'I ý ý alt ý ' ý` ": S__ý gy__: of marines on board the United States battleship Michigan in -St Vera Crus, Mexico. 5i u Susiness Reason. I. uasked the observer of - ksinerant musician. "why a- an accordion? Nobody Seeordlon any more." P [r. I have da reason. De no aika da accord...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

3 alSnnD sVuv SATURDAY. GO)RGE SPENCER, Editor. Omen0 Tstr.raoss NUxaBE 7. Offidl Jelm of Mfals. Psr,. Official Journal Fifth District Levee Board, School Board, Police Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.50 Pln Asux IX ADVANCE. Entered Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tallu. lah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. The JOURNAL is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearlng in its columns. TALLULAN, LA., FnarUarY 14, 1914 TIE AMIICRTRAL EETI. The agricultural meeting held at the Opera House on Thursday and Friday of last week was a success in every way, being at tended by prominent planters from all over the Fifth Louisiana Levee District. The attendance Thursday was not quite son large 1 as was that of Friday owing to the inclement weather. How. ever the planters were very en thusiastic and no doubt the ben- I efit derived from listening to such speakers as Dr. Dalrymple and Prof. Dodson will materially I assist in diversifying the cro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

THE IADISON JOURNAL! TALLULar, LA.. FEBRUAR2 14, 1914 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. or The JOURNAL will be glad to reeeive and publish oc.ial, Pers:nel or other notes of interest from all parts of be parish. 11l communissntionr moet be properly signed, but no name will be published unless request to do o C e cwmopnine commnitLation. P. O. Box )lo. 7 or Phone No. 7. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. .Sevier went ore to Vicksburg Wednesd ly to attend tihe play, "A Girl from Mums." Mil Mitchel and her niece, Mina Myrtle Rice, of Fast Corroll, were vii.* tors to Tallulah last week. Have vol seen the fine eauliflowers W. A. rilnin has for sale at his gro eery store? There will he a meetitl onf the School lmprmment leagrue next Priday. A full attendanoe is desired. Do yoneed *eed4 ortY f rn, ask Mr. W. H. Harvey. He has several hundred bushels for tale, asn en he eeen Sby Ms "ad" elsewhere in this issue. Maoas. Josh Brown and Paul Gaines 'lve taken charge of the rrage end of Johnson's C.are & Machine Works...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

WI1 TIIR'S AWILL Y MARY 13BERlTS kINEHART -jTe IHOR. OP-* " ý CIRUL LClA STAIflCA$E , ýZFe AMAN i, LOWER. T EN WHEN A MAN t MAI IRIES ILLUSTRATED t EDGAAR BERT ~MITI cIc H wrL~Ma .o. _. ..3ý - . -- " .... . , . ... .... ... - as ........ ... annan ihl 1 wnq ilttin* nn th bthnr ail a thn SYNOPSIS. tlanln , spring-house gtrl at Hope sana terium. tells the story. It opens with the sr'ival of MIss Patty Jennings. who is re parted to be engaged to marry a prince. ad the death of the old $octor who owns the sanatortum. The estate Is left to a Seapegrace grandson. Dik sb Carter, who must appear on a certanla date and run the sanatorium successfully for two seaoths or forfeit the Inhertanrce. A case et mumps delays Dick's arrival. Mr. Tho bern Is hovering about In hopes of se aringa the place for' a summer hotel. Pierce, a rolll.ge man In hard luck. Is pre walled upon lby Van Alstyns. Dlick's broth er-In-law, to Impersonate the mliming heir sad take charge of the sanatorium until darter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

UMET MG POWDER The cook is happy, the other members of the family are happy--appetites sharpen, things brighten up generally. And Cahunet Baking Powder is responsible for it all. rm'r For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities Insure perfectly shortened, faultlesly raised bakings Cannot be compared with other baking powders, which promise without performing. Even a beginner in cooking gets delightful results with this never failing Calumet Baking Powder. Your peVer knows. Ask him. R lrED IOIT AWAS WeM's. Pm Fe-d Es ee e , }w i seasoess os Mus h ask sa, ý Mt9i I. 1D NA .CbA. - ia. FWemiakeshes, p-, h Oiln quickly relies. STs Harting and Aching etop kisylly A truly wonded remedy be arer. It is astonishing how . m away the moment Bumt'e 1 101 comes in contact with it. mpop are praising it, that you c dbabt. For Cuts. Burno, _jai Spr it is simply he. AU I1 Ia's Iddhalad Oil in p am bottles by mai fram -t Wretchedness' tion o ie toused ub rs s , p t IVER "*1 : Mor. ftt MW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 February 1914

ITUROUS GOAT ICUMBS ON A CAR Acquires Longing to Travel From Companion, But Lack of Fare Is Bar. V TACITURN AND SEDATE " 14 Waited Politely Until the Women Had 1l Ioarded the Car, Then It Climbed Up the Steps Itself and Something a of a Panic Followed. d Chicago.-Ramesee is a sedate sort et fa ellow. Zebedee is a bit less cir eamspect. He loves an occasional adventure. Both are billy goats and eccentric. They reside jointly and more or less peaceably in a relegated henhouse in the rear of George Talbot's home, 4019 West Twentysecond street. George is their master. Until the other day Rameses and Zebedee lived lives in the most pro sale variety-for goats. They were content to stroll lazily about the neighborhood, undisturbed and undis turbing. People know their queer habits, and sometimes do not even smile when one of the goats stroll into their place of business or appears on their front porch of a morning. That is because Rameses and Zebe dee have gained the reputation of be Inag "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. 0UTREE BROS., Publhers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATEItDAY, FEBl~UAl'Y '1 , 1914 NE ERIE UP A TRAIN GET PRISONERS MASKED MEN LYNCH ONE .S AND LET ANOTI:ER ONE GO. F PLEADS FOR HIM klalng Men to Hernando for gelMinsary Hearing for At tempted Murder. iem r Unlon News Servloe. Miss.-Stopping an I111 aatral train at Love Station, a mob of abaut 50 masked blI passengers and members of crew at bay under cover of while they forced Sheriff ), aItbols of De Soto county to gur to them Johnson McGuirk Phillips, negroes, accused of J. K. Ingram, a wealthy mill sear Byhalia, Miss., several SMcGuilrk was hanged from trestle and Phillips restored bslody of the sheriff. the sheriff and his two pris remib'rked the mob permitted i to proceed, while they march ltalCeffed negroes to the tres were being made to loth negroes, but the pleadings sbstiff in behalf of Phillips, i whm, It Is stated. the evi Sllght, was effective, and he to Nichols. With little a rope was plac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

)ME EXCERPTS ON J. PIERPONT MORGAN ANO HIS ART TREASURES Present Head of House Similar in Some Characteristics Made Famous by His Father, But Hopelessly Dissimilar in Others -Disposal of Great Collection Left by Elder Man is Question That Agitates Many Minds. New York.-Is J. Pierpont Maor- is gan a Philistine? The art lovers ri of America have asked themselves w this question many times in the last month. What is the atti- c4 tude toward the rare and the beautiful a of the man who owns the most stu- $i pendous private collection ever assem- b bled-the objects which have raised o young New York to the first rank as a v museum city? ? When J. Pierpont Morgan the elder a died he left his son a great deal of a money, but with it several very oner ous burdens. He left him the duty of 1 explaining a series of colossal finan- h cial operations in which the younger n Morgan had been little save a specta- v tor. He left him the chieftainship of t, the greatest financing concern in the ii wes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal TRAGEDY OF THE SEA AND ONE OF THE HEROES 1 W.... Weam the steamer Nantucket of the Merchants and Miners line ran into the Monroe of the Old Dominion line ag& fog off the Virginia coast about two score persons lost their lives. Our illustration shows the Monroe them Nantucket below, and, inset, Ferdinand Kuehn, chief wireless operator of the Monroe, who gave his life -& woman passenger and went to the bottom with the vessel. SUCCESSFUL REVOLUTION IN PERU ..:" .... . <,r:, ,. ý -i~: Ile of Gullmermo BilliNghurt, president of Peru, came to an end the other day when he was seized and ar for his banishment made. The congress thereupon appointed a board of governors. Our illustration $m sastonal palace in ima and Billinghurst. WORKING WOMEN ASK PRESIDENT FOR VOTES I " - - working women cajd on President Wilson the other day and presented a ple' for equal suffrage. s-ows the crowd emboring the executive office o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

IADISOI JOURIJ L L" SVERT SATURDAY. E 8PENOER, Editor. the said Tararnemsn NuNDEa 7. lool leJmar of Medes Praih, ,. mng 1 Journal Fifth District vee oard. School Board, mo ice Jury and Town of tl( llulah. fire 'Pu Assonx a ArVAxcE. I a doi Jan. 10th. 1903 at Tallu- lot Ia., as second-class mail Sunder Act of Oongress col Elch 8, 1879. me Sl1ORNAL is not responsible for ul and oplatona of cerreepondents is in Its columns be bu a, LA.. FEsnRUAIR 21. 1914 sil Ia sm TRADED S. an - th suicide of the two Ane- SP brothers and the widows tic orphans they leave consti a tragic appeal to the Gen- di Assembly for remedial leg- m, against the loan shark. sh men had slender sala- r With the increasing cost dig livingthey found it impossible of make both ends meet. They for temporary assistance it the mopey-lender, expecting er would be able to scrimp fe to pay the interest and B tually the principal. 81 But they made the mistake , hundreds and thousands before .Once caught in the grip tl the sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

JADISOM JOURNAl SgLA.. FKBRUARY 21, 191, L AND PERSONAL SJOURNAL will he glad --d publish SoeMil, Persmonal oi of lnterest from all parts o S11 m eommunieetions mun signed, hut no name will be sale s requnet to do so me. eommunication. P. 0O. Boi Orbose No. 7. wereshy Slack is the guest thi, ad of Miss Lucille Rountree, i ga Lie Blair has gone to Nei to attend the Mardi Gra fe. msvorabie weather conditionr many from attending the aestlnge. g R. Paul Osi nee, Torbert 81aei eg. . arvey, Jr., were the guests Sfisad Mr. Percy L. Rountree Thursday. J.S. Age and Mis Itobertson SViekueburg Friday, to raend eomedy . Peg o' My ., w. Fisher, who has been the services at the Court eilA yesterday for Eison, La., sllli elodduc a similar series ad Mrs. Tom Agee and little SMasford, were pleasent vlsi ge home of Mrs. J. S. Agee on gunrk visited the home of Mr. Guy R. Hasket, in St. LouisJ la b 20th, and left them a hand. l~b daughter. The parties are ag Tallulah, and their many mejoice with them...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

I'_. SYNOPSIS. -Uk-5 spring-house girl at Hope saa OU0m, tells the story. It opens with the esvial of Miss Patty Jennings. who is re 'eted to be engaged to marry a prince, Sad the death of the old doctor who owns the anatorium. The estate is left to a ssupearace grandson. Diicky ('arter. who must appear on a certain date and run the sanatorium succesefllly for two inoaths or forfeit the inheritance. A case Smuamps delays Dick's arrival. Mr. Tho bura iL hovering about in hopes of se earieg the place for a summer hotel. Pierce, a college man in hard luck, is pre Vailed upor by Van Aistyne. Dick's broth er--n-law. to impersonate the mlssing heir ead take charge of the sanatorium until Carter arrives. Dick, who has eloped With Patty's younger sister. Dorothy. ar ves, and the couple go into hiding In old shelter house. Fearing to face y's father, who is at the snnator D, ick arranges with Pierce to, con tnue in the management of the property. Julia Summers. leading lady of T'ierce's str...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

1TION, GAS OR BAD STOMACH ! i! Pape's Diapepsin ends d Stomach misery in five minutes. g rpom3 foods you eat hit back g ood, but work badly; ferment s tabborn lumps and cause a sick, O P,,ay stomach? Now, Mr. or Spyspeptic. jot this down: Pape's el sin digests everything, leaving g to sotr and upset you. There was anything so safely quick, so i* rly effective. No difference how your stomach is disordered you i get happy relief in five minutes, .whbat pleases you most is that it aens and regulates your stom g you can eat your favorite foods ti t fear. loa feel different as soon as "Pape's .plao~" comes in contact with the istress just vanishes-your gets sweet, no gases, nc belch mo eructations of undigested food. mw, make the best investment mer made, by getting a large fifty We of Pape's Diapepsin from any you realize in five minutes how it is to suffer from Indiges Dyspepsla or bad stomach. Adv. iJ better to be on pleasure bent *a duty broke. Stkgeme is a virtue, but don't lose of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 February 1914

A JOSSHOUSE IDOL'S BEARD PULL Image, Dressed in Silk, Fell to the Floor, and Was Broken to Pieces. SWUNG OVER RAILING Crash Brings a Gigantic Priest Armed With a Long Knife and the Intrud ere Escaped by Jumping Out of Windows. New Orleans, La.-In the parish prison is a man who has traveled much and had many adventures, one at which follows: "Four years ago, when in San Francisco," he said. "I a chum named 'Prunes' Wishard. day when we were walking in Barbary Coast, San Francisco's ten derloin, we decided to invade a joss tese. It was on the second floor ever a Chinese store. We entered Us place and found it deserted. "There were three idols in the room. All were dressed In long silk gowns. The two end ones had small white beards. The center idol had a white beard about two feet long. In front of each were lighted punk sticks. "After viewing the idols from a dis teaes we moved closer. I noticed 'Prunes' glancing over his shoulder, sad I knew, by the expression on his bee. he was up ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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