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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 May 1914

Ptrsonal usent I en rue 0instead of June a a and sn. (liar. Il were visitors to9 'Tweedle has re- & sburg, where 4visit of several tt, who has D I at Ward's a ille, has re vacation. 1i G p vy who have , JMrs. Saiewitz, F their home in M ett. a former Louis. who has lo her parents, B. Stone, has hkome in Harri g, from her S"Avon" near I ., is a visitor her son, Mr. W. t Mr. Frank H. w dto learn tl I to Madi.on P to make his Ashing parties at sn,,e delight- . le lake, the I in catching the I, tenm on the ie tiful lake. n, the Bapi - U preach the feranon at tI.e A. M. May special music. - Invited. who teaches in 1eo. S. Yerger, ever to attend given by the t Legue, and by Masters 4 Yerger of Mrs J. 1.1 io.,ety of the Cburch gave Ie hene of Mrs. nreka planta bales were y those from to attend the A good crowd and the fete 'tU graduating Monroe High' weeived from A iai , who will t girls tgradu ,aay friends in led at her ulfafnan, sister i now in Mon at the gra duu ti1 personage "* Hot...

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. — 23 May 1914

THE MA DVi1 VUI JUUMMIA A Aa II* * W* aaaws"". The Hollow - . - Sof Her Hand v-- G-eore Barr McCutcheon - .ý mPy /r.9,, CE QRR P.CU,"Yfo/EYr: COPrR/ni~, wiz2 6YRYODMEAD fw CI'rPM'Y SYNOPSIS. Challis Wrandall is found murdered In a road house near New York. Mrs. Wran- I dall is summoned from the city and iden tifies the body. A young worlman who ar companied V1randall to the inn arnd sub Sequently disappeared. is Suspected. Mrs. Wrandall starts Lack for New York in an auto during a hlir.ding snow.storm. n On the way she meets a young woman in the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the girl had done her a service in ridding her of the man who though she loved himn deeply had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. ,Trandall determines to shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Cau tleton's life, except that portion that re lates to Wrandall. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell She offers He...

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. — 23 May 1914

evidence is abundant that women constantly being restored to health by SE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound testimonial letters that we are continually pub. the newspapers-hundreds of them--are all genu and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude beedqm from suffering that has corme to these pdely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound. 4could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain endations; you may depend upon it that any we publish is honest and true-if you have any this write to the women whose true names and I se always given, and learn for yourself. B cad this one from Mrs. Waters: i J.--" 1 was sick for two years with nervous spells, and were affected. I had a doctor all the time and used a ,but nothing did me any good. Iwas not able to go at my time on a couch or in a sleeping-chair, and soon t a skeleton. Finally my doctor went away for his = - husband heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable md got me some. In two months I got relief and now I mw woman and am at ...

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. — 23 May 1914

TO Farmr' Educational Toi and Co-Operative Union of America Oi bees howi time sure the) il at darn to M farn Cooperate and assist, not criticize ket and find fault. will Dishonesty is a growing habit and orge soon gets beyond your control. farc Many good-natured people we know of I of have no other redeeming trait. take Remember that a person slanders q you when he tells the truth about you. is h If the uplands of youth are denuded, plei the valleys of middle life will surely den suffer from drought. Wh If a boy is sure the world needs him pro more than dad does he may be wise hou ,I leaving the farm. huc Some single humble little home the 'has heaven and home enough in it to has supply a mile of costly brown stone P ;fronts. coo A good brood sow doesn't have to are 'be milked, but she will bring in more eve than the average cow with half the the chores. wh If our aim is to make a home, not it 'to make money, we will have little doe difficulty in getting money enough to ut Make a ho...

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. — 30 May 1914

THE TMADISONLA JOU 11 NA l. FUTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY3, MAY O, 1914 NEW ERIES--V)L. " N). 25 E PROGRESS PEACE ENVOYS WATCH MEDIATORS ICANS PLAY A WAIT ING GAME. IS IN CLOSE TOUCH SMy Be Long nrawn Out Powers Have Repre -a.mtatives on Grouni. --lls.-W- hile Villa's hordes their onward march to the capital. the peace confer is making little progress. yan has a telegraph onerator ilbow In the State Departmen. wire leads into the Hotel So the American side over an, sd the delegates accredit;-d United States are r. celving a correspondence course of in In "watchful waiting." Lamar and H. Percival aseretary to the American dele Sre expecting their families uIý.a day or two. It is begin leek now as though the ccn Is to be a long drown out af - envoy: have crrssed the saeral times, but little seems been accomplished by the There have been several ad' Informal conversations he I Americans and the media Messrs. Lamar and Lehman te watching for th...

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. — 30 May 1914

NELSON O'SHAUGHNESSY MAlE FINE RECORD AS U. S. ENVOY TO MEXICO As Charge d'Affaires in Southern Republic He Has Been Steadily Handling the Most inflamed Spot in Our Foreign Relations, and Doing So in a Manner That Was Amazingly Clever in Many Ways. -y JOEPI' MElII..L PATTERTn" . era o0 .ecial corrspeond,.nt of rt t'hlMcago Trib- cd f une at Vrra Cun. Vera Cruz.-For the last ten months seize( Nelson O'Shaughnessy has held the Ma most important job In the diplomatic Geort service of the United States. lie has one I been charge d'affaires in Mexico. Th, which means he has been steadily in- most gering the most inflamed spot in our little, foreign relations. all That be has showed well a truly with amazing combination of cunning, cour- Chap May and calm is evident not only from for 2 the grateful testimony of the Amerl- seta ean refugees now in Vera Cruz, but Bu also from his achievement in getting cOUp on comfortably with three successive cams Mexican governments, all bitterly an- stre...

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. — 30 May 1914

.... .. -l I---- II II I I. . . . """ - "= " News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal MEXICANS AT VERA CRUZ BUIRYINA TI IR fAn MEXICANS AT VERA CRUZ BURYING THEIR DEAD Iv . iI iij: :r`::i.: 'ý y ..-:-;. '"3... >4 ......k - . .... a .:. ·;~ Ak A·;·. ulk se Genemal buryths armyscomof their countryren who were killed in the fighting that attended the g V t r atelo, an ehen Red Cross patrol in the streets of the city. 7! CIVILIANS JOINING HUERTA'S ARMY n* • .. ,,,.....> . . -· :". ..,:. ..: ; s bulk of G]eneral Huerta s army is composed of fairly well-equipped and drilled troops, a lot of Jolned it lately, and those here photographed are a fair sample of the character of these raw LIFE AND PROPERTY IN VERA CRUZ -.. htoNph show. Ameean sharpshooter. on the roof of a reedy to pick off Mexlcan snpers. Below are shown warehouse from behind temporary breastworks. W the Day. i elevlton of naad *e the e mgare vwiw that we conadWer those things of ittle fapo...

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. — 30 May 1914

_i 01ADISOI JOUUIAL5 gWarmno lvuav . Xr SA . anl. *g~gagtaP3leElr £ddth. Be g*wcU'a tean wa Nms t time lai , tmlat ala e tea ~e, 3s 4sI ,lr seeondll bLs till~ Pru , ee Ic Acd o ows t a Pol of LItch a t 3? _ pro LIYRIAL to not uisspoastihe Ifo rn0 le e Asre. the SATURDAY, MAY 80, 1914. , MOM, MK AetI- ohe Mr. Mch ewlgt Bill to probe ti levebosl ds wau wnatecked to the ide track. The bill had no meit th 'nd belonged to that class of -eesstes generally introduced c Sptthe mover in the limelmelight. A legllatie investigation Tb mould bate aeomplkbed nothisag. A detailed statement is iled quartrly by every levee board i: the state. This is carefully hbeeked up by the Supervisor of Aeeomnt. Any member of thei 4lmeral Assembly could get uch itnformation as he needed I about thirty minutes. In ad- m dtsmo,the Supervisor of Accounats 0 eomld give him more information in thrty minutes than he could ab sorb or dlgest during the bhl. ase of his term. But the threat 4 te probe implies, always,...

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. — 30 May 1914

. Intlaon made a trip t down to visit the ba there. Dale, of Brookhaven. a few days with her J. Dle. Nicols will re in Ta lhiah Sunday, with Ir her grand SA. Sevaer. will .egin at the week from tomorrow mnement will be Dir.ad Mrs John J. t ,p that their after his late Terger and Mrs. W. enr gruest Wednes aud Mrs. Mary B. Sand L1tt) daughter, p.pleast guests of Mr. and Mr. att .lr a souvenler by Mrs. J..S. Agee, * Mir BuessR Spen nineteen hundred meting of Medison abe he ld at Way e 1st at 4 P. M. ltgd to attend. il, who is well bas recently been dg. Joseph, Mo.. Mr. ey candidate on his who ha. been iat te,bome or Mr. Terger, is in the dosing erxer , ' ' - tmGIad, and uonbe . t a t ager, ad a Via . where will be .ui to at 8wh0e-a Sthe~ hrmd .r Mhbes r abe ' * lad eab. i e held at t. th at 800 P. ' for Taflulsi " aned it.' a welmed by esaotti oflate ma mt-e ienWm t  m ae m nd m ow gb Tai'lab, ubalb7re la News Itelil *@ &·; Our popular Clerk, John Edwar Yerger, had his plans m...

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. — 30 May 1914

The Hollow of Her Hand SGeor$re Barr McCutcheon SYNOPSIS. Challis Wrandall is found murdered in a road house near Nvew York Mlrs Wran dall Is summoned from th. city and iden tlfies the )body. A Vo,)ung w,,nlitn who ar companihd Wrandall to the inn and sub sequently disappe:tred. as sspected. Mrs. Wrandall starts bacnk for New York In an auto durlng a blinding snow storm. On the way she lw.eit a , young Woman In the road who proves to ew the woman who killed WrtanJ:ltl Feeling that the girl had done her a service In ridding her of the n1i1a whi, til:tugh she loved him deeply, had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall d termilne. to shield her and takes ihe to her own home. Mrs. Wrandati hears the story of iettv Cas tieton's life. exeept that portion that re lates to, Wrandall. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ,ever to Stell. She o(ffers Hetty a horr,. friendship and security from peril on aecount of the tragtuiy. Mrs. Sara Wrandall and ltetty attend the funera...

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. — 30 May 1914

BLE f Mrs. HAM I.dia E. Pinkham's Compound Her Life ad Sanity. . --" I feel it my duty bc the condition of my health tbefore using your medicine. I had falling, inflamma tion and congestion, female weakness, pains in both sides, backaches and bear ing down pains, was short of memory, nervous, impatient, passed sleepless nights, and had neither strength nor was always a fear and mmasd, I had e,,:d nervous, Mat lashes over my body. uhmy right ; d,! that was I could hard.y bear the clothes. I tritl medicines Mab they did me little good, expected to get out again. S3-. Pinkham's Vegetable Blood Purifier, and I cer hsevebeen in grave or in an medicines had not saved I can work all day, sleep oatanything I want, have or weak, nervous spells. do14 fears and dreads are children and husband td, as I am almost -t bed symptoms I had year remedies, and all is in my home." - 1l3, R. F. D. 1, Box 22, special advice write akm Medicine Co.. Lynn. Mass. TY TO SAY "NO" Voiced by Chauncey M. * Worth 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. — 30 May 1914

TIE AHRIES HR DEFINITE ACTION" PEACE ENVOYS CONFRONTED BY TASK OF RECONCILING WAR RING FACTIONS. EUMINATION OF HUERTA t1 That is First Requisite in Bringing I About a Stable Government u in Mexico. p 7 ,estMr Newmsp.pr rntna News ,rvie O Niagara Falls, Ont.-P.eviewing the e work of the first period of Pan-Ameri can mediation, the Story can be easily told. After playing at foils for two Io or three days, it became evident that a the hour for serious buh1ness had ar- f rived. The Mexican delegates them- r selves felt this the more keenly. The Constitutionalltsts were continuing their victorious march and soon the situation at the Mexican capital must require attention. Should the Huerta government col lapse as the Constitutionalists army approaches, it is realized that chaos and anarchy may result. This micht alter the entire situation. The media tonrs are working rapidly, therefore. hoping to see established in Mexico City a new provisional government that may be accorded prompt reco...

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. — 6 June 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. RJOUNTREE BROS., PubisHhers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, .JUNE 6, 1914 NEW Ir nI" I ur nl u p Th t lence told the . g :o mil. I ,, , t . . . . .. - - - - -- - - - . - -.. n U ý' re c er iesIaw v ,vt,. ,. .. ,. ..- . -- "- . - - - -a -, - - .. .. KRISHEO ON OCEAN LINER; 'Is ARE SAVED of Ireland Sunk in Col in the St. Lawrence River. WOMEN ARE SAVED Threegh Center of Vessel It Open From Midships en, Women and truggle for Life SWdle Walting to Be y Rescued. May 30.-A train with 396 of the lost Canadian Pacific ipress of Ireland arrived limouski shortly before last Thursday night. wounded were left at m ail that live of the 1,376 ifrm here Thursday after for Liverpool on the queen a famous fleet. The ship Sa s nnlit harbor into the Point, where the rip of the collier Storstad death blow in the dark. sember 934. f Crew Are Saved. wing 237 are members of 1inag only 20 are women; story of the most terrible the history of Canadian In written more griml...

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. — 6 June 1914

IONAL GUARD FORCES OF UNITED STATES ARE IN G000 CONDITION - to the Trained and Equipped on Than Ever Before. colt, tn the i lees, 1 UT STILL FAR FROM PERFECT' II the pose the fa la Case of War With Mexico It Will chief Require Somrne "Brushing Up" to that Fit State Troops to Take Field been With Regulars. probli ever, By EDWARD B. CLARK. tlon 4 Washlngton.-When the cloud came gain ilto the sky suggestive of war with the I Mezico, the first thought of the mill- As tary authorities oncerned itself fm Snaturally with the preparedness of the th regular army. The second thought TI. was directed to the preparedness of The the National Guard, but In a way the their aseond thought was graver than the their frst, for in a war which assumes great Seve proportions volunteer organiszations wnre maest make up the major part of the Nort raetes In the field. Tent The National Guard forces of the see sabtes of the Union are better trained, Ohi better organised and better equipped Thir today than th...

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. — 6 June 1914

TuE MADISON OuluAt rnTA LLULAg, LOUXIIANA News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal FUNERAL OF MEN KILLED AT VERA CRUZ WHERE THE MEDIATORS ARE HOLDING SESSIONS rx runi . OF MEN KILLED AT VERA CRUZ i x m, Y: is A r tribute was aoid the me r h ed NG IN TAMPICO'S OUTSKIRTS 1-1 o te fd outside Tampleo repuslang attack go st The sodiers an d their mates fially were driven CTING THE PANAMA CANAL h ha Dhe pit "cle *i, dris whk belo not whol sick biggi - ay oeu7 lble attack on the Panama canal there is now tes the locks one eompany ot United 8tates Inhatrymem. the I s--ome ed the solder ad their testa at Pedroe XeL doa? MISS JANE DELANO Miss Jane Delano is the emelent head of the four thousand Red Cross tralnead nurses, some of whom already i ' have been sent to Mexico. She serves I without pay and her omdltitle is "cfarman of the national committee Sor lRed Cross nursing service." Silese ;Delano s a graduate of Belleue hos Sptal, New York city. Plea for Cleaner 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. — 6 June 1914

TiB IADISOI JOURNAL Peausma. eVR SATURDAY. R~OKGE'1Q4I NCOER, Edlitor. Ornace TtrnLtuos Ntna an T. Or adi mrsd o fs Mda.. PwrI*. 'Ocial Journal Fifth I)intrict LACee hoard, l'chiml Board, Polie Jury and Town of Taiuatih. 1.S PAs A ses i ADVA-.rL. XnterltI If. lUth. l1lll at Tallu lIs .u.,as secnad.elans mail strwa r,ar der Act of Uongre a ed March R !379. * 'I JOURMAL toi not responsible for he views and opinions of correapondents' appearing in its eolumns SATURDAY JUNE 6. 1914. ACMSTICTM IE ESTUATIA. We have heretofore opposed the expendture of legislative ef fort in probe and investigation, feeling that no investigation were necessary, but we are bound to recede from thin position since seeing the interview with Gov ernmr ail on this subject. The Governor tell ua that way down in his heart of hearts ihe has alwIy.4 hadl a plait t, in rugu rate a probe of great scI'opJ-to use Its own language-.- "con structive investigation." Had we known that hI intened to have a "'constructive in...

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. — 6 June 1914

and persnal L' ulster, from Edwards, was a vis te Tallulah last week. ,itations are out for a card party ie given Friday by Mrs. W. M ga Arwin Scott returned Wednes be Baton Rouge where she the closing exercise of L. 8. S Vlorie Bowers has accepted and --g the position of head nurse at uty Hospital in Vickaburg. S Lisse Bedford Lucas came jebubwag Wednesday and was a SMrs. W. H. Harvey and Mrs. 4 ge'ulitim. ;_ twin Cook and little son, of d are the pleasant guests of her f. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harvey. i; Cotton Oil C. began mersh e day last week for a abshort a e. We understad that they b make a full tank of oil A par plant started up last Mon. 1 i kst of the month for the V run. The fans haveno doubt ld grdeated during the past hot w at sb aeeded rain began falling th night with more Thursday. re tegmret beneat to the crops, wI te dust which was becoming th ea some of the roads. t - of aiencsement exercises, held at Ni Righ School were too late re mIsu note of in this issue. How- Th...

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. — 6 June 1914

The Hollow - - - of Her Hand .pGeoErfe Barr McCutcheon AV SYNOPSIS Chalis Wrandall is found murdered in a road house near New York. Mrs. Wran dall is summoned from the city and iden tifes the body. A young woman who ac companied Wrandall to the tnn and sub sequently disappeared. Io suspected. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York in an auto during a blinding snow storm. On the way she meets a young woman In the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the girl had done her a service in ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. *randall determines to shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Cas tleton's life. except that portion that re lates to Wrandall. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell. She offers Hetty a home, friendship and security from peril on account of the tragedy. Mrs. Sara Wrandall and Hetty attend the funeral of Challis Wranda...

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. — 6 June 1914

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 6 June 1914

IMERICAN MARINES PERFORM OREAT WORK AS UNITED STATES POLICE At Outbreak of the Spanish War There Were 3500 of Them, Today They Number 10,000 With 345 Officers Under Com mand of Malor General Barrett, the Only General Of ficer of Marines Have Numerous Nicknames. Wy JOSEPH MEL'ILL PATTERSON, July Special Corespondent of the Chicago fi Tribune at Vera Cru. he Vera Crus.-The marines are the he tip of Uncle Sam's sword. They e- belt ter places first.he There are 10,000 of them and 345 of doers, under Major General Barrett ere He is the only general omcer In the ant serviceo. I At the outbreak of the Spanish war there were 2,500 marines. The force the has been quadrupled since then. It is likelier to grow more than to con tract. For the marines are our interna ionsal police, and we are doing more international policing every year particularly in Latin-America north of Puanama. Since '98 the parines have ben with bayonets pd and rfles loaded for business i Cuba (twice), Porto Rico, the Phi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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