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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

IS BOY'S FATE of Careless Action p Permanent Loee of $ Eyesight the face by a pair which a playmate thought In a reckless manner, Thomas Inglesbry will of both eyes. The In I a critical condition to hospital, and physicians 0i0 though an operation to terribly lacerated optics he will be blinded for companions who were evening in his home, was cutting strips r to solve a picture of his playmates, uneon 's presence, threw e which he was holding The sharp point struck We right eye and swept of his nose, penetrat 4ye. Both eyeballs were from their sockets. lbild's screams of agony 's parents, and they hut'r isibs hoepital.-Philadelpk Iv. SBURNING ECZEMA S1. Box 15. Corapeake, by began with the ecse md burning. It broke out bead and face, legs and dtle pimples. I did not sheet four months. He Sal night and day for M t his head and face a1 over. He was disfia. His clothing would be at times. Sarstments with no see. .g I had almost decided are for t. I was told Cuticursa oap and we It. I ...

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. — 11 July 1914

UT UER THROUGH PANAMA CANAL Fe % Pmasn railroaed steamshlp AUladea, Arut ocean vesseal to pais th ng the Pal a easnls , Ia the G iets locks. This was a test orderm 1I Governor Eoethale sad was emiuestly satlfactory. 1 WILL SHOW BRITISH MsrIsan to Tot Enand How to Ru Ralroal. UrMV Wwth ThenM,. PIdsi by *iiu ow" "m t Talc Chw s of aeag. Eass Rem24 Will 4 o. n.m U. s. Iibdi NI w t- 'T TW~ ta 3sS d -u. ·U1. mM f.intH V. Ihwesm. s ukrl.r · you Ma in yew it Y. -m m . wt m mal ttbUU to Of .tars at mheiNOest am- u. wsg in amp" 9:~l- -- - - r~llr - .tra. s. l.. n~~iIs~ Wa bqt Uk. an =WW O bust YOM si hr t1 AUir Mr . l a.m u o beal *usrrwr Am ' Mh-r. iS at a rrr rr u ras/ It a bowI* atr betels w fsea ;umb Nwg- U *·~1SL- ~- Uym.S~dlllkm ~liil~~i sea as tl Ir. ' OW r ie y1uu. r~ t mb. yin. I uedbI rm. im b. sIstuý tlr aý · .. ~~ ~:~~r T - ~ -. pm. L Am~aen~e~wimm Uns b kmw ýw uri w. t a sý. in OM. inU - Igho bb l Se amS~i ybenbas Om tw! Ir. oft it L so twin ass e sm be a 1rw VMS as bbhrt dM.....

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. — 18 July 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publshers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, .JULY 18, 1914 NEW EIE-VO. NO. : I ER HELO 4 BANDITS D UP KATY FLYER EXPRESS SAFE MATSON, MO. JEWELRY IS LOOT Engine Crew With ,r1 Compel Engineer to -Ca a Mile, Where Was Used. --Por masked bandits , Kansas & Texas fraJn, the Katy Flyer. No. They ordered the loose the combination and mail cars, then !Mine and compelled the a mile south, where on the safes in dllmbed aboard when at Matson for coal. Conductor Lee Mudd i Sehably with revolv. oa the train were held-up until nearly the locomotive and eeoa taken away. f Salfe Taken. had climbed on two remained In the a"~lve trained on jii fremen and two the .oal car and on express bag se ataind a large safe American EZxphe ear one man coy meeseager and bag, As other prepared to are with dynamite. was rady to be was ordered to there was a loud he nadxt moment the Mppeearlag lato dark was blown to bits were missing. SWarned. Of the robbers the en...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 July 1914

' ý ý = - _- -_ - / 1' MANUEL NEAR A DIVORCE? A Paris dispatch says that al though the repeated rumors of a di vorce between the deposed King Man uel of Portugal and his German princess lack confirmation, friends of the family in Paris say that their at Sfairs have reached an acute stage. Manuel and his wife have never un derstood each other, and in spite of praiseworthy efforts on the part of both to arrive at an honorable ar rangement of their life, they never have succeeded in bridging the gulf which opened between them imme diately after their marriage. The marriage was an idyll. Queen Amelia looked upon the daughter of her old friend, the prince of Hohenlohe Sigmaringen, as the ideal wife for her son, possessing all those qualities which were lacking in his character. The little princess had a will of her own, and was not devoid of ambition. Might she not be the means of bring ing Manuel back to the throne? Such a role, however, demanded, first of all, experience, and in this t...

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. — 18 July 1914

?ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal ROOSEVELT-WILLARD WEDDING PARTY AT MADRID -. T . -.. ' :: ... :;.. i:x:' ..... .. . . ::. . .. .. : (:': -::':... :: . .  .....:.. :,- ::- . 4% .. .•:::: :.i :: :?! .... - .. . . : . .. ~s r sepopraph of the Roosevelt-Willard wedding party, showlng the bride, the groom. th groom's fathei who attended the beautiful Belle Willard. daughter of the United States ambassador to Spain b Kermit Roosevelt, son of CoL Theodore Roosevelt. The groom is at the right, with arms behinl s seated at the right. Colonel Roosevelt is standing almost directly behind her. FLYING BOAT AMERICA STANDS TESTS WELL " ; • .. ....  . ..-} 44*·.- . . ..v ." ti hydroserophane America, built for the trasatlantlfc Sight and hern shown Immediatel, at HRmondsport, N. YT, is being given severe test sad Is proving mast satisfactory to Lies R1S IN STAMFORD TRAGEDY I.' Augle the beauttiful widow of Stamior, Coun., ad Waldo host oat the wman 's 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. — 18 July 1914

E MADISON JOURNAL " lished every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. o. Spencer ..... Editor W. L. Rountree ........Manager A Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah $1.50 per Annum, in Advance atered Jan. 10, 1908 at Tallulah, LI, as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of c'rresponments appearing in its columns. 'T'alltah, Louisinlatna, - -. Saturday, July I8 1914. Democracy In The Third. The Congressional Executive Committee of the Third District has ordere1 a pr;mary for August 27 to nominate a Democratic condidate to succeed Senator-elect Brous Not since the memorable campaign of 1889, when the Republicans made their last unsuccessful stand, in the con test between Price and Minor, importing speakers of Safional repute to preach the doctrine of protection, has -san election in the district been fraught with signfi...

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. — 18 July 1914

&,p Shields, from Roose Mrs. Fred Johnionl, of were visito)rs t7 their Mr. and Mrs. W. II. last week. Gee. Spencer returned from a pleasant visit i - dghter Mrs. Carneil is Tensas parish. .Id Lemly Slack, from pand-daughter of Judge - visiting at the home of and aunt Mr. and n Hebert on the Mc. h nlstation. t p. U. Mayse from Bran. j eisting the insurane in Ssdjor A. H. Weills, of wade a business trip n this week. A. J. Sevier and little n rmma Louisn, Mrs. Mc- ai Sel Miss Barbra Smiths for Brown's well Thurs- fi ft f Bro4mMus and Mr. C. left Wednesday for the giving resort Mineral vt TOuS. fe Eler. wlhose husband has su Siterests near Laeclede whose hone was in Ind.. accompanied le au ghter Miss Mildred w, mse have come to Tal l be at home in the lately occupied by pl SIlat former rector of unrch in Vicksburg and tri ia the interest All :li , had services in fir sp Church on last ring. His text wasl Jobh, fourth chapter, his brother Le has ma he love God whom e;ver seen?" A la...

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. — 18 July 1914

The Hollow --: 4 - of Her Hand eEo oie Barr McCutcheon "  , 'L , ,,e'e~wrlZ~tr dS, aAn, CW s COf CVmlYAG ..I' DDDMF *,,  y ,, CHAPTER XIX. the 1 town The Hollow of Her Hand. "B When Booth called in the afternoon his at Sara's apartment, he was met by You the aews that she was quite ill and and could see no one-not even him. The and doctor had been summoned during the that night and had returned in the morn- "II Ing, to find that she had a very high said temperature. The butler could not her enlighten Booth further than this, mus except to add that a nurse was com- gest lag in to take charge of Maw Wran- fully dall, more for the purpose of watching and her symptoms than for anything else, thin he believed. At least, so the doctor "e had said. he. Two days passed before the dis- "I tewwed young man could get any def- his nite news concerning her condition. "I He uneconsciously began to think of it ordt as a malady, not a mere illness, due ' Ko course to a remark Carroll had ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 July 1914

C OIL. ning may result from and stings of insects. tbs bite of a dog or snake, Sscratch of a pin or the a knife. The munmediate ANTISEPTIC OIL inflammation and pre poisoning. It has an t lties and can always upon. Medicine Co. j lid ock, Arkansas C. . Lincoln Company Owars and Successors Tending That Way. ~ei will these low waists and g ~s end'" • ge it up. I'm afraid we'll see on the street before long, "-Kansas City Journal. DON'T STOP WORK d Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion. etc. Just take LIVER PILL and go on duties. w0g be well shortly and your lrgotten. Or, if you take one dill at bedtime, you will wake .g with no unpleasant memo ed for free sample. of imitations and the host of " "Just-as-Good" so-called mdifes" that crowd the news aid the drig stores. Stick to jSl0T and WELLIPROVEN PILLS. Madehlbond's Co.. Little iRKrk. Ark.-Adv. I Order to Escape. - a young man entered a stu be photographed. In posing his back, as if it were iN twisted his face into a s" aid the ph...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 July 1914

r FIGURES IN STAMFORD TRAGEDY .. ·'.. nrs. Helen M. Angle, the beautiful widow of Stamford, Con., and Waldo b Dalbue, her elderly admirer, who was found lifeless, with his skull crushed. .es the sidewalk n front of the womn's apartments. Mrs. Angle said Ballou was salling on her and was Intoxicated; that he fell down the stasrs and she. in a pesie dragged his body out to the street. ONCH STOCK BRED ON RANGE OF WEST DIES ERE IT REACHES MARKET AGE Waste Said to Add Mlions of Dollars to People's Meat Bl and Gives ALsthor Cause for the High Cost of ULiving-Results Re ported From National Forests Show That Large Part of Loss Can Be Stopped. bkesU the 7ret Sevel, U. . DeSSrI I m or a1 setere) Washingto.--That at least a 1 I . tweslthe al tns sto l troe tih t ope ranp of the West ies eofore t tmbasd uaket age mad that mach of I this ons ean be stopped is shown by J rbus ported bfr the national for . a.. This waste is said to add mllsms 0f dle'a to the people's mot bil and I m oes o n...

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. — 25 July 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SAT DA, JULY 5, 1914 NEW NEWD~L SER --I OL. ' . :i:_ OVER LOUISIANA RE CASES GUE FOUND BEEN DISCOVERED CONTAGION STARTED. .-Finding of the sev bobonic plafule was an Sunday LJy the nealth It was that of Philomen-, 1year-old negrfss employ . _~pany sorting soile-: The plant is within wh-tt original focus of the dis magrems resided several She was removed to' hospital, where her case serious. ase, discovered late Sat Soell, a 10-year-old has been ill since x was removed from her OCap street to the isola ia a serious condition. wilin six blocks of where ease developed June .' men directly under the a Dr. Oscare Salomon of have begun inspecting laves the city by rail. COMMISSION ss to Name Parker. :0 and Johnson. valn >ws ýreº d -Delos R. Johnson, from Washington par- a 3. Parkerson, Senator fl Mary-Vermillion district. d be Governor Halls ap- C he probe commission to a act of the legislature h Senator P...

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. — 25 July 1914

SAYS CREOLES ARE NOW UP TO DATE Representative Albert Estopinal of Louisiana, himself a Creole, says that the manners and opinions of these proud people of the old regime have undergone marked change within the past generation. "Within the last thirty years there has been widespread adoption of what may be called up-to-date American ways of thinking by the Creoles. There are those still left, however, who adhere to the old traditions of the blood, for we are all proud of our French and Spanish ancestry. "'Not so very long ago I had oc casion to go into the new residential district of New Orleans. I took with me in my car a relative who was a native and resident of New Orleans a Creole, like myself. Now, although he was well along in years, he was as much a stranger and exhibited as much novel interest in that quarter of the city as though he had been fresh from a foreign land. He know New Orleans well; but it was the New Orleans of old. the New Orleans of the Creoles who have lived ...

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. — 25 July 1914

THu MADISON JOURNAL TALLULAR, LOUISIANA News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal READY FOR THEIR FLIGHT ACROSS THE ATLANTIC -. . hr... ... ai at the right George Hallett, his assistant. - - - - - - ---- GER LINER THROUGH GATUN LOCKS _t lm liner Aneon, carrying 700 passengers, was the first passen to be put through the Oatun locks of the Panama canal. She b the middle chamber in tow of tio electric locomotivese. The the locks took one hour and forty minutes. GATING THE NICARAGUAN TREATY ~M the financial condition of Nicaragua. the fact that the senate committee cannot make quite sure who will get the money, by Senator William Alden Smith that of the 25,000,000 pesos 'b the Nicaraguan government nearly all this amount has been of the Dias government, it is predicted in Washington that treaty calling for a payment of $3,000,000 for a canal route, the senate for ratification, will be defeated. Emiliano Chamorro, Nicaraguan minister at Washington, and members ...

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. — 25 July 1914

EMADISON JOURNAL e every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. cer ......... Editor W. L. Rountree ..........Manager Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah .30 per Annum, in Advance Jan. 10, 1903 at Tallulah, La., a second-claus mail matter, under Act of Cgres of March 8, 1879. Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns. I.otiseana, . .. - -Saturday, July as, 1914. Increase Of Industrial Activity. The Springfield Republican calls attention to the fact the- Arlington mills, one of the very large textile ron s of Massachusetts, stopped paying dividends winter, "because the management feared the effect of Snew tariff on woolens." Continuing the Republic says Sat earnings of the company during the half-year just amounted to $250,000, m spite of the new tariff, that the 4 per cent dividends have been resumed with -expectation that the mills "will keep on paying divi without...

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. — 25 July 1914

lallulah Opra House TI.sday. AWnst 13. 1914 rTalalah Orchestra .aeryaDe o@dIalliy lrlted im. .$1A00 ... La es free ;1: ( iramnn had as week Mr. and Mrs. little daughter, TLcksburg and her Liauffmaan who a day. Mrs. her guest took s hive through the t country. L bowutree, who of the Con while his father, sdits that paper, a vacation, Jed represent the iMadison Journal, -tereby relieving  enatree, who has dbatimes in Vida and daugh- c Matthews, fromr been visitors r. uad Mrs. Jno. fn fewday. . euiver and little Louise, Mrs. B C Mi.r Barbsra a delightful II, who has ii for a months r I cours in Smake up a ay pPass the I on the open. ri been with her si Y. -Boney, In to join her b '.Purnell. who withher in T. Parnell on to has been on in lAm- g visiting heref ,beforeG ,in Madison is keeping 1s] friends at his this week. Selightful re- ai by Mr Sny. ho for several M Be Mr. David M. he mturned home o where he at, pi and the we ure, regret prO 1s, been sick at lat wish for him ha whose hu...

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. — 25 July 1914

The Hollow j.of Her Hand o George Barr M Cutcheon B, ,. ,ya' j1#,2 y·OM* .CYAV A, ,, -- Un, d n--,.  CHAPTEP XX.-Continued. "I thought perhaps he had writtea B you about his plans." or "My father does not know that I s have returned to New York." of "Oh. 1 see. Of course. Um-um! By he the way, I think the colonel is a cork- do er. One of thi most amiable thorough breds I've ever come across. Ripping. el He's never said anything to me about In your antipathy toward him, but 1 can see with half an eye that he is terribly cl dpressed about it. Can't you get to r gather some way on-" "Really, Mr. Wrandall, you are en- 54 eauraging your imagination to a point di where words ultimately must fall you." e' she said very positively. Booth could E hardly repress a chuckle. B "It's not imagination on my part," said Leslie with conviction, failing ut terly to recognise the obvious. "I sup 13 pose you know that he is coming over ti Sto visit me for six weeks or so. We be- h came rattling good...

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. — 25 July 1914

Drn II - TUZ COCA-COILA CO., Aftuifa, Ga. In Actors. dressing room is be the Palace theater for of performers be the stage. The a powerful Tesla will be wound with eopper wire carrying Tired artists will en. and emerge filled ad enthusiasm. It is visit to the "pep Artists have already .med any actor upon up to blowing-off. York Amerigan. Test it. Tampa Tribune has the worldold ques pnyers are ever an to the gentleman a thorough test 'works in his case. -TISM Rheumatism and all end pains-Neuralgia, *naias, Bruises, Cuts., etc. Antleeptlo Ioi.-Adv. .000 pieces of glass fer the 500 mosaic for a cathedral ein St. Louis. has the distinction attest place in the it has an average e 180 inches. 1, clear, white Ball Blue. At all bet that the lad who 5 being kept down is **a up. "t Haford's Bala "* athlete to jump 'Ur into the fire. of Danger dai from kidney t14tight oloUthing esd to weaken the ales eludes times to leave the kidneys Ofet k hed- p d urinary lils. hesever will avert "gral, or a...

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. — 25 July 1914

PR' Sand Co-perative A Union of America I big] Smid blai sho con staJ an f {Esp/eci l M meet t of IL. Pressinp Agric ris of We Poor shingles are too dear at the the price. bo 'I o avoid criticism, say nothing evil eig' about your neighbors. $6.1 If you want to lift people to better we things. the best way is to begin to look for the best In them. we! Money and politles without happi- the mess are like:a table loaded with good toll things and no appetite to eat. l intelligent, painstaking effort, based me upon the teachings of science, is the for of many a farmer's success. Short rows cause frequent turning del and a consequent loss of time and dil wasted energy for bot5 man and team. It Let the boy go to the circus, by all th mesas; and take mother and the girls the ale*" with you to see that he does not col Sget lost ab The beauty of good deeds deserves praising, but that is no reason why hr n e should neglect his personal ap- mi pearance. ul The farmer who sneers at science S n fa...

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. — 1 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BROS., Publshers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914 NEW SERIEN--VOL. 3 .EWS OF THE STATE EWHEI o~E ENTS ON SIMMISSIN KENT AMAKER EX OR SE SELECTED MHAIRMAN. Opem N esr s art mong the la Baton Rouge ndi eorge Wealey parish will be his Claiborne Probe Com Senate. Representa yeatent of st. Landry *eered a place oa the Sthe governor's ap hoose and will acceept reported that Senator f ast Carroll perish absJrman, as he is the bar antl4dminlstration mmsesioa of seven and spper house. Instratlion men on are Duncan Brle of by Speaker L. E. eDosachand of Pointe by the house: Senator SCaddo, appointed by Barret, and senator by the Senate. The men, composing the will be Senator Smith, Representative the governor'. ap spreseentative Joseph E. ta Sixth Ward of Or b the house. (bt owing to the neces the $20,000 ap * probe. and making it ble, al the meetings will be held in the at the capitol. The ih Inavestigated the OSeass six yeare ago ae that a"...

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. — 1 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNALI MI every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. eo. Spencer ....Editor W. L. Rountree .. _Manager Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah i.5O0 per Annum, In Advance bsterd Jan, 10, s at Tafllah, La. as seed-clma mail matter, mnder Act et Coares of Marsh 8, 1587. The Juonmal is not responsihle for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its clumnns. 'teluisha, Leuisnsana, m -Saturday, Auest 1i, 1914. Arstria's Declaration of War. The sudden and uncalled for declaration of war by Aitria against Servia has precipitated a panic in Europe. the peace of the world is in imminent danger and havoc hu already befallen the business interest of nations no wire connected with the embroglio. The markets of the world have felt a shrinkage in values of securities, which were low enough before the present depressior. Therushto arms will furnish new material for thought. The historical optimists who have c...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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