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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 August 1914

Lyric Theatre PIMay Augst, lta. 191s . TaIlIuah Orchestra W Ewe laie sn I·arsea mue..m I.W... fre : - kI ----m-. $1.-- - - - labs fre LOVE. I .e is the potentate of bliss; The one soemg arm whose links are riven With golde clasp which bind our hearts a- th~ Mr gates of Heaven. -Te luks. which golden keys of Isve fte epe to faith's imploring eyes, Wsse hfkuhioned in the courts above, To make earth a Paradise. .' . .- 3 Y . Teak e"trtaia.d ly ee 8twrdasy mliateary to ler Podst bradry at The is soon to re" The gwmeof eliciting gaet . tea frome the led. The sere was in a. Bale and Mrn. sA se of sernes. sh a pairot silk iS prises. The draw eas " aweel hatwre 60 the esoal uhag at eard parties mm*etkiag new and i i 4traluistiae ard m sr tOr -u titere eajoyed Ser tieir mourEltt SDliaises refresh -y~e'. In cl newed. imLe lack, who has her nule and seat, Altfred Beert, io Sew days witis Mrs. be fore returealeg ai Jackson, Miss. MS asts depart*4 qt her berna S assar ,t w her hbeier, rpi Ua4t...

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. — 1 August 1914

The Hollow e • . of Her Hand S Geore Barr McCutcheon O1P~earner or. -wrawavie~w: cma4ine SY ADD4HEAD LYSVar/M/ CHAPTER XXI.- -ntinued. "I did not see the register at the inn. I did not know till afterwards that we were not booked. Once up stairs, I refused to remove my hat or my veil or my coat until he brought his friend to me. He pretended to be very angry over his friend's failure to be there beforehand, as he had prpmised. He ordered a supper served In the room. I did not eat any thing. Somehow I was beginning to understand, vaguely of course, but surely-and bitterly, Mr. Wrandall. 8uddenly he threw off the mask. "He coolly informed me that he knew the kind of a girl I was, I had been on the stage. He sai9 it was no me trying to work the marriage game em him. He was too old a bird and too wise to tall for that. Those were his words. I was horrified, stunned. When I began to cry out in my fury, he laughed at me but swore he would marry me even at that itf it were not for the fact...

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. — 1 August 1914

boy occasionally WMe a surprise when 1 ght. Ssickel. Always buy Red Lave besotiful clear white Time Anticipated. S yt myselt tonight. , lghtful' We should evening I SIXTY-SIX ption prepared es laria or Chills and r six doses will break r taken then as a tonic st return. 25c.-Adv. the Effect store with her .Pother. asked to be played well her good-day, stooped hblldren. 0 ~ she wailed, "you've You never kiss the store." CHILD'S FACE Va.--"When my little old he broke out in all over his face. would dry up and get ot then they would agaln. He would his face would be looked angry and oarruption. His face dAsared. He seemed d to be up with him of the nights. remedies without ned to break out til I sent for some ead Ointment I used ast application eased he was completely Mrs. Ltsieo Mollo 4 and Ointment sold 4 world. Sample of each 4 Book. Address post. /t. L, Boston."-Adv. Me Doubt. the collector as he of the ear in which d as it he was an t. The - handed which was duly loking around, t...

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. — 1 August 1914

A WR CLOUDS LOWERING OVER.UROPE: ARMED CONfLICTS IN SERVIA AND IRELAND AUSTRIANS WILL RGHT SERVIANS VIRTUAL DECLARATION OF WAR BY AUSTRO-HUNGARY AGAINST SERBS. AlMIES BEING MOBIUZED Other Nations May Become Embroiled in War That May Shake the Thrones of Europe. W.snm Uwaspa Usiss lew. Rnrv. Ladoa.--Austrla's severance of dil plomatie relations with 8ervia is re garded as a virtual declaration of war. The Servian minister to Vienna was haded his passmports Sunday. A formal delarqtlon of war is not expected, be eaee Servia is not a party to The Hggue aonvention, which requires this. Austria has committed an act of war by arresting the chief of the 8er visa staIt General Putnik. near Buda past. According to rumors at Semlin, as armed clash between the two coun ties already has occurred near Seten dria on the Ilaunbe, 14 miles goutheast ef Belgrade. The suspension of all parliamentaary and judielal institutions in Austro umagary has been decreed. In Austria sa ironclad censorship has d...

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. — 8 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL BROS., Publiser. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AU(UST 8,1914 NEW SERIE--VOL. " N). 3.5 I POted .In Pai Illin. .. I-. IN A GIRB E S PLE y Come From Servias Al AT[ED ARMIES AGAINST SER WY GERMAN C.RATION. EEN DRAWN IN Maintained to the ad Made Supreme Peae. of Europe-Au. France and Ger have not open Sgd have not even kelati ns The Ger to France either has Srjected. The ea wetid appear to be France are each upon the other the a war that my LMot. hosd*ed. In, o lrepe are threatsr theyr ash ether In pro - to mala'fb pemee. ant., France and took the to avoid freoater 1 Germany. It sec French terrl a tormal de- I violated the sen and declines to I to .pect Belgian a how Great BrD drawsn ato the Is tablig an a l et a situ atle antion's histery. A eattinea In an r Al news of mll t Seatanly g-uarf . -erist seareohp ts ti t of bostlai t owing to ! everywhere. It Germa. poured ae a, who will F e imkwy. whleo t to have take a sause of the au I been almost la...

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. — 8 August 1914

W1 IOe nd J. M. C. SMITH'S CAMPAIGN SPEECH When Representative J. M. C. Smith of Michigan was stumping his district in the last campaign several friends accompanied him. As is usual, he had a speech covering the issues of the day, and this he delivered, prac tically in the same form at each gath ering. To Mr. Smith, despite the monot ony of the address, each fresh au dlence brought variety. But, as he observed his friends sitting day by day under that same old speech "Well, it began to get on my nerves," he confided. "I couldn't but feel, as I saw them sitting there, that they were thinking: 'Now, he'll tell that dog story next' or 'I wish he'd get a new twist on that tramp joke for variety.' It must have been mighty fiat to them! "' Boys,' I said to them one night in pity, 'I feel for you, having to hear the same old things in the same old way every day, and I won't feel hurt ft you do like the lumberman did who went down out of the north woods for his Brst visit to New York. Arriv...

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. — 8 August 1914

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal CHICAGO STARTS DETERMINED WAR ON VICE -i~ *sI district in Chicago where Detective lirns Mas killed during a raid by a squad under Morals As a result of the tragedy a determined campaign to clean out the vice district has been agures in the war mon vice are: (1) Major Punkhouser. second deputy chief of police, in --o and suppression of vice; (2) Capt. Max Nootbaar, assigned to clean out the vice district; gater DaInnenberg; (4) State's Attorney Ioyne; (5) Capt. M. Ryan. removed as head of the TO CAPTURE THE DAVIS CUP FOR AUSTRALIA TI who won their way throush the 3a.l contests to represent their country In the interna _a Davhs cup are now in this country preparing for the great battle They are, reading from left '. Dest, W. A. Dunlop, Normana . Brooks and A. r. Wilding. IS NAMED IN SCANDAL . . ri r latsnler. now an actor, haanoaeoed his laate tul Brewer atof MIhlasppi for aleati of his wife's .lows em the stage as Ad...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL Piishd every Saturnay morning at Tallelah, Louisiana. Gem Spencer ...... ....Editor W. L Rountree ........ Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board, and town of Tallulah $1.50 per Annum, in Advance trmwged Jan. 10, 1903 at Tallulah, La., as second-class mail matter, eader Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not responyible for the views aund ophions of correspondents appearing in its columns. dluas..hl, Lonusana - Saturday, August 8, 1914. Volorization Of eotton. It is hardly worth while to discuss the various plans being proposed to assist in financing the cotton crop, the purpose of which is to enable the cotton producers to hold their crop until the depression caused by war and inadequ ate shipping facilities has passed. Cotton has never yet received any consideration at the hands of thegovernment and if we are to judge from the Streatent handed the south by the present administration wene...

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. — 8 August 1914

DANGJ2 Lyric Theatre P.rIday aIrjs4 14th. M191. Tallulah Orchestra WIth thLre r lollv , oe . ealrlwat, neort,a teabH.a, base, piaao aad .drar~. Brveryohe coridally Ivitetd estlemen. $1.00 ' - " Ladies fee a, " it N t S LOVE. 'I ne % the potentate of bliss; i The one strong chain whose links are riven 3th goldlen clasps which bind 'our hearts U' tb the inner gates of Heaven. !Y locks, which golden keys of fr.ve ~Ma ope to Faith's imploring 6j.s, e. re fashioned in the courts aboie, To make earth a Paradise. fI-.1..Y kArwn Scott, Elrie! Dorothy Slack sdd he ery and Stewart M visitors to Lake Pror. w laded tie dancegiven tl ing. dl Pdider, fo n li were tea guests of .1 and Genevieve w y eveniug. ,, Mrs. J. B. Atkinson W , Jack, from Water P viiitrs at the tourA Irn D. H. Allen. s oi Mggie Allen ar.d Lucy have been attending t .smnIer normal in d IWan., after s plea: - prutabbe session at, of learning. `n Sii dford Lucas, ofi f was in town this ti hiited friends. ti Jiannegan, from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 August 1914

The Ambition of Mark Truitt By HENRY RUSSELL MILLER "THE MAN HIGHER UP" HIS RISE TO POWER." Et. This stery epitomizes, In the life ef one big man, his big foes and big friends, the strife, the hopes, and the aspirations of modern America. Involved with his ambi. tion is the ambition of the laborer, of the capitalist, of the progrwe eive, of the humanitarian, of the seciallat, of the society woman, and of the woman who gives all for love. CHAPTER I. Dreams. He drifted into the delectable land I that lies between sleep and waking, tasting the jesting savor of his dreams i -the epic visions of full-blooded youth. They had passed just beyond memory, 4 leaving a confused yet glowing sense I of sharp combats waged, of victories I won. A golden base enveloped him. Through It Altered a dwindling reso nance, as of some noble processional I sunl by a departing far-distant choir. A wave of delight rippled over him.  Thes the thought that, not sharing his I alauber, had painted his colorful I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 August 1914

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 8 August 1914

aF n~eorwnns w~ED 45~ i ·:w::'· :~~e9 Ii ··· Iaft mpror f Astra. Tp, ente, ear f Rusia Botom.cener, mpeor o Geman. Rihtkin ·- ryta: MEN AND ISSUES THAT PISUREI u IN Ti WARSITIJATICN tcnm To count Leopold Borchtold, Aus trimn Foreign Minster, Must Ba e IGlv FlrstPlaoe bC 3UOUBHT ABOUT CONTEST 01 ft k Uatmed sir Me-o~eyed the Time in RiNr mv~ l A.tloes-C rer U prowkr--R~a'r Par de In Embregie. bmmta Iwop rchtoN, a potgg d " dusk tthe Loe~rlWeall" .3. Masa.- tic -" Is the agapeutag primmceof S.o Aaato-Huagmrha statesman who a pssslntatia dultuat e more aetom tb M fe ae tham may that ha aie ti a gm aaueva tat rlr atmy pee 'fe" te aaef+ers~nwar. Lad w w wt a eaa tla y ta we of the I mibeidS R~muurnlm au...by dbrrrap, at 1haaum rdS.. the to aashdie n auto b ats WOrim, ws sa t bards Is t o dr esp.. 1s 'se ae umbm. ater Meth. as he M in t Rh. nembhs the gnat mue ao bg lager t the abbe at mworogem M QRemiem. a o kra m emdu umme the poet. a ;Ioa abt Naa e at Viuls naen a S. rweint at OM van L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATEURDAY, AU(GUST 1.5, 1914 NEW SERIES--),. ). HOLD AT LIEGE 1ST FOES by the German Mbr Heavy ENGLISH WITf BELGIANS WAS MOST AWFUL 'WlO ANNALS OF WARFARL i S IN COMMAND Slnthlant Charges By Frtficatlons Met By rrifle Slaughter. rg tament issued by " bwtmeat eays that * em are taking * t (be entire treat of * t rry. One claub * 2 wa wrus violent. as both sides * -0 eemanaatla * b s German troops * o reiafrcements * reach also are be e " "a. " " a as " pet battle yet has n ae or se i the war meeim the Germaa iarets t Liee a the reportlins o a oih eteomatats r wt.a the Belglmas orts ad the Ger o Seity. ia iu. There is so 4 i e Dafly Mall's ae have sengaed the C I s their retreat, ta- a EMIU a .e. The del- C it have takes 3,0e B seil but mil$ary a lates et the bet- i sea ssueasos. .sM the ashtinsg e a hm solved to the eve tual deliat eanifleant. it eperta i the that the German tn is ebnelate and hest ainn...

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. — 15 August 1914

GEORGE M. YOUNG'S SHORT TERM Public men have often boasted it their long terms of office in some high l position; it remains for Represents- s tive George M. Young, at present rep' p resentative from North Dakota. to bear the unique honor of having been at governor of a sovereign state of the Union for the shortest space of time L than any other man ever held that exalted position-one hour, by the al clock! ' "The great event happened in the it I.:: summer of 1912," said Mr. Young. "Our regular governor, John Burke, was away building fences and stringing wires in a convention hall down in St. Louis. The next in succession was Lieut. Gov. iL 8. Lewis, a banker of it Fago. hi "One slithering.hot day a touring ti car full of friends chugged up to the bank. They reminded Lewis that it was hot, that North Dakota was pro L Shibitilon, that Minnesota wasn't. 80 they stuffed him in among them, headed for Moorhead. Minn.. and threw on the high speed. Lewis was over the state line just one ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 August 1914

. .., mmA DISON JOURNAL. TALLAK i LOUIIIANA. e ws of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal own. OFFICERS IN CONFERENCE ON FIELD OF ACTION / LAA i3 shoaw. a gr'oup at oaoe,. ot the Austrias army diacssiagn*war piaaa. The insert is Crown [ SERVAN, TRooPS READY FOR ACTIO M,. Zrr '- a ,. wb. - - - - - -- - - - Croww Prie AoL .aer, hi. brother. PrlOe Georui. SINFANTRY READY FOR ACTION RUSSIAN ARMY OFFICERS - ---,-- - so m:1 LM m- - - mi--i HEAD OF THE GERMAN ARMY Coamt won Moitke commander-n ehl of thM OGrnyr army. r -------------------- - WHAT LIPTON WANTS ?b4 I. tLhe bam.nM -Auses m hiM r wThaYu "Ikt wn. mbs Io  lt l"aia MAP SHOWING RELATIVE ARMED STRENGTH OF COUNTRIES S RUSSI AUSTRIA SERVIAN CAPITAL BOMBARDED BY AUSTRIANS WAR SCENES AT TRIESTE, AUSTRIA'S ONLY SEAPORT S... . ;.]4!". Austrian naval forces being rushed to the front in the war against Servla. The Insert Is Archduke FPred. erick. commandetin-chief of the Austrian army. PRIME MINISTER OF AUSTRIA Coun...

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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. — 15 August 1914

HE MADISON JOURNAL blished every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. Geo. Spencer ............Editor W. L. Rountree............ Manager_ Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee F Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah N i1.50O per Annum, in Advance Sturd Jan. 10, 1908 at Taliulah. La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not rehonlsiible for the views and opinious of correspondents appearinug in its colhinils. 'lulabta, LouIsiana, -- - Saturday, August 15, 1914 Cctton Gush. Plans for relief of the South from embarrassment powing out of the closing of European markets during the war are expected to assume degnite shape here to-morrow. The Southern Cotton Congress, composed of cotton men from every Southern State, will open special session, called to deal with the war situation, and Southern Sena tors and Representatives will co-operate with them in perfecting financial legislation to enable grower...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 August 1914

J &Snrftelg Watt tt has as herr Ile Pinney. reland, who he ºf Entoniol-i and will engage hboratory here. b is alhent on a Idesr. M[is Bloom Yrs. Max Levy, of jsenthal. of Pa- t jeying a pleasant : Sarah and Idah1 * ve Smiths is Fe where she is I pest of Mrs. Liz.- a Toler, from Mound v :d Tallulh this : SWillianimon, of t has arrived and I to her hrother, i and t0 her sis Nicols after at relatives in Du. home -and was her aunt, Mrs. Sa Durant. S. . Craig andi 'ng Mr. Craigs ' the home of his t late Craig at her Avon near Forti BHoreycutt will a 'Methodist Church larning and even cordially invit- t ske, a graduat! of a has accepted is now on duty as I the office of Mr.! I end will be loeatd wi 3Is. J. J. YBaost . mplr has as Prlday even Fannegan and i t f Vicksburg. tllis, from Bayou r inTallulahl, a ister, Mrs. k'erry SParnell and little Bayon V'adel are home of her sister, of Mr. John their sincere the continued ill aad express she will soon im agared to a longand I Sco-tt ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 August 1914

TheAmllion of Mark Tmitt DN ASIr .. HENRY RUSSELL MILLER -ý m ý' ~S y' (wreu ww 1i b 1 M Ul, .wI SYNOPSILS. Mark Truitt dedies to leave his native town of Bethel to seek his fortune. His sweetheart. Unity Martin. encourages him in his Project. CHAPTER I-Continued. He went again to the cupboard uad 1 took down a bettered tin candlestick. He lighted its candle and started toward the Inward door. Half-way, he stopped abruptly and turned, his mouth working strangely. "It ye ever glt rich," he dragged the I words out slowly, even painfully, "ome back here an' build a steel - plant. There's a heap of fine coal an' Iren in these hills, an' the river an' railroad'll give ye good transportation. This valley's meant fur It. I was est I a little too early-an' a little too ino- I reant, I reekon. But ye're smarter an' better schooled than me, an' the time's a emin'. I'd like to ee a Truitt build 4 It." Never before had Simon Truittt spoken of his dream and failure to his 0on. "Why, yes," Mark a...

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. — 15 August 1914

K ER YUSO ir Lsdia E S I sufered witb f-I * e I came into until I token Lydia E 's Vegeta Compound. I c have pains if overworked or e tfted anything n Sand I would so weak and ner- w and in so much h that I would prostrated. A told me what duo for her and I strng and healthy n Ippy with a baby t I took Lydia Compound and it."-Mrs.A. b , Howard Street, ai Herbs a I e manufactuore S'sVegetabl Corn- l Sdard remedy for tos root and tl dse bsve stood h }ligtest doýt a 's Vegets. a belp youe,writs l mMedlmeCo. wrS be eusre, a ti 41 Rest. b " sad a min- t4 after serv laborero who ahdant, "SuBanday M by o rest for you., gl the week! And se of the day, for to see at church." F Jackson. "It Is. *y; I works bhard C ad then I comes and sets mae Up up and thlanks a gIgg happen If an it an iaaovable I a her to swim. ti Ir some women to 0 09b evening as It agt tbers n the I Iaý a nutiful dhar I ant esitent with be MSy want to be Cealst At d e ir Mstesbtm b .Norrnflhg. . g ,w3 , ia sg cn wih er r I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 August 1914

SERVIAN OFFICIALS IN CONFERENCE ii igQrter happenings have put Serva in the background. This photo graph wms taken at the beginnlng of the war with Austria, and shows Pmlnes Aloxi d Servia, on the right, talking to M. Paschitch, the prime ,.JnLr..a-- GERMAN AIRSHIPS SII0 TO BE MAIN THING RELIED 01 asertlmn Made That Nation Wln Sworprl the World in This D tion S CAPITALS AT HER MERCY? M gl' ble WhiskFe the Fightl Air Fleet of the Kaler, aid to be tshe Deali Wempea . War Thla ha ko Dves (iem the Chi ro TribenM ) This astlle is wlrttte by a man In .ms seret servlce of a peat world powr. Uder the so e ofa apro pf. stee aviator be bes Sowa over eery spatea to sarope, maklra pbotogrsphs with a seret camera atta·ked to hia miS..me tfor th war milistry archives of os g eramest Ans a deglper sad eratenmr O aropaaes e is known the world ev . His artUele, the ore d* i gals lsrtim with the air egauip sat of au varles Mrcuean autuos S *atsr the inai outcome of the Wm.  is !s eurtain: Gemaamr ...

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