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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 22 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. NTREE BROS., Publishers TA A, MADISON PARIS, OISIANA, SATRDAY, AGST 2, 1914 NEW EIE VO NO. 3 - m, , ln l lt l l- - -. I - . . . " WULD E WAFARE TO CHINA SEAS as mtimatut. to Gar MIAi May Involve 'Iusad Empire. INTERESTS .TO It 'SAFEGUARDED VEN UNTIL NEXT NOON To COMPLY JAPA'S DEMANDS. AL E,FROM ORIENT es Irs Withdrawal of $1g. end Abandoni df Kali Cho, China. a -al " It~ following date- " pt his by the British " 01 ýtU bsesmn:" &l -w Jgaw takes " fr er., urn met en- "*( ba as chma gaas, ex- ' of to rnamaybemnecee" " th pe`aeset Jewesa shiP s ~ship- jaipe lIeg s -n r a..+... ti edd em.ry td isM~tiomes a f - .dioy toeremee theea ast - mait to tw fr thi ism*agW ie attemtiem. em Kra. Untd Stales It of isninheiferres In the tdi biWUM lns and OGuº ab w sole" to the stud- I of Viedrnwr il.... Tb. to hm ashs whether J1·s AM d. e mtusfl 3m em to cumss it 15y MP was bima feest gr+ to" no eudhbwy the W~t~q~sthathesamwj .5 5.61. lapsn' used pa rbSd tie . em m lefies dfr...

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. — 22 August 1914

i CAUSE OF THE WAR? Is the "dare-devil of Servia" re sponsible for the present great war? Is Prince George, eldest son of King Peter of Servia, instigator of as sassination. challenger of war gods, the evil power behind the Balkan states? Statesmen of Austria and other European countries declare that the royal rake, who is less than thirty years of age, is Servia's evil genius. To the deposed crown prince, they say, Servia can trace the cause of the calamities that have befallen it in the last dozen years, and that there'll never be peace in the Balkans until Servia rids itself of '"the worst boy in Europe." The prince earned his title. "the worst boy in Europe," when he was a youngster still in knickerbockers. Cutting off cats' tails was one of his boyish diversions. A He murdered men by the score, ty c but Servian princes are not bound by H law and he was never punished for his crimes; he horsewhipped a prime min- beti . tot, he paid court to women of doubtful reputation; he compe...

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. — 22 August 1914

INews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal ,_ 1.1, ,. , ... . I BELGIAN CITY CAPTURED BY THE GERMANS ; e t .- - . -- - -m - - S - i / ,~__~`u;~ls~~~ i' '·,ii~1~~i4P~ I Y I'C~~3S·E~~l~rc·T'~ I'm ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ·I E~ ·- '' li II .", l~p ,u un ..,, . . . ...... . . . RIfl ARWIES 4 A' ';g~I w:mU -~ h~ I ~Y(( ~C~r~U I WHERE GERMAN BOMBS KILLED FIFTEEN " I Sene i LaeL le, Frame, where a Zeppelta abrhip droped bombs., k l ag fafteem person. la the photograph the Inhabitants are watching the flight of a dirIgible over the city. 4 FRENCH CAVALRY ON THE MARCH FORT AT SPITRHEAB, ENGLAND II" BRITISH INFANTRY CROSSING A PONTOON BRIDGE COMMANDERS OF FAMOUS COSSACK REGIMENT -4 ---------I---- ---------- --------------------- '4 YOUNG SERVIAN INFANTRYMEN / STUDYING THE WAR MAP Kralsr WMhIm th lW M looki~g r- a war ma w ti hL aemsamma bht , Gea. ra mamtla ba Who lr - e eemsemssuseearass as4 MIGHTY MONARCHS AUED IN WAR The king of alsad (r iht) ad the czar of Russia, p...

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. — 22 August 1914

SMADISON JOURNALI every iy morning at Taflulah, Loisianica. ...IEditor W. L. Rountree r Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee ] Madison Prishchool Board, and Town of Tallulah i.SO per Amanum In Advance SJes` 1, m8 at T.e, sL., , sseomdelaIs aml- matter, i1u Act of Jourmal is not responsible for the views and opimnons of rpSeaondent appearing in its eolmnas.. LoIuaaa. - " " Ustuwday, AseUet 22, 19$4 Price of S.a r., We have never favored the destruction of the sugar t;.rby the sudden repeal of the tariff under which w~ encouraged and fostered by the government. conditions which now confront the American people to this necessary article prove the wisdom the iminratic policy of tariff for revenue on article so essential to our needs and one which besides 'in ideat revemne encourages an industry that a long ways towards making the nation self support- ( Id is fortunate that'the industry has not been entirely - a- WPray by recent legislation and that there is a chance th@ yie...

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. — 22 August 1914

' I-tiý Stk Is viTsitalg :pest o Miss Boad, Smiths is visiting friends in St. Jo Fuqua, who has Sis TSalluakh and uerd to her home e rgelr and three returned after a visit to her relatives is leskin. g has return. visit to her Ssistgsr.in-law, Mr. . evier, of Ferri. dr eoung ladies are go~ng to Say goda. We hope and ie weast. *'s outing. d.. ua. Oigand retemed home visit' o their Wste rahi at her Avos, ear Port Man and Miss Providence, Thialak to at. siven by 'qoimpliment Miss Resent. at uBgret itat h deeea .4Ibiarinm in eovu, er is hdres ian i' e viob Bob. ew ehildren, ' New Oredas erthre.they pl tid reside4ou httsr having o take. r se insa the &et week eo.. 6 heise t. s mpeosl. is be n Ire. week Mr. and a end children, to T. A. Chbi f Gertrude b sad aiece of  alson fruom l wlhlhav. .'tdeiheer in the Swho lives in bhl t is the her ho.le in Pui sany frieud A il* he glad to w ith te mari' A rt81sck sad there was a the res.iceaIt of A. L. -k,. 'the t. 'he '.t.g :t iss fll s g ...

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. — 22 August 1914

-L Tho Ambition of Marks Truitt By HENRY RUSSELL MILLER AMAes a 'TIr MAN HIGHER UP," "HIS RISE TO POWER" Ee. a(Coprib. 1913 by Tbs BobbMerril Cospui7) 8YNOPSIS. Mart Truitt decides to leave his native town of Bethel to seek his fortune. His sweetheart. Unity Martin. encourages him in his prject BSimon Truitt tells his son that it long has been his dream to see a Stee plant at Rethel and aks him to return and build It if he ever gets rich. Mark arrives in the city and applies to Themas Henley. head of the (Julnby Iron Weoks, for a job and Is sent to the con struction gang. He makes a big success la that work and Henley promises him a better job. CHAPTER V. Crossroads. It had been an unusually stubborn "hard-tap," requiring quick and heavy sledging to break out the hardened roe-clay and slag in the tap-hole. The sla*hat hat Boated on the metal was nao dripping into the cinder pit, send ing up a shower of golden sparks. Roman Andsrejzski, melter in charge of the furnace, was watching t...

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. — 22 August 1914

c AND BURN? I soertag with eczema. h or other torment try resinol ointment You will be our the itching stops becomes clear and prescrtbed by doctors Al druggists sell real. iO and $1.' 1, and resd My to prove that one Smake the attempt. place faith in Han [ MSyrrh. Adv. an honest man by b hea's honest. yr!Id oand tles wilk Sumaa Eye Bak- - X13 metals production h ~ .9"). .4, compared b 1912. balntifu!. !car, white 0 'u-a fail C:Iu. At all II Sing has quite a be p h haa six children. -*De SesI' hkfls n a Wry few hLomri t a bat would you rec- o medical girl," a stif frame." k ass of Hanford's a In dehorning cat help to stop the se of a hot iran a It la ae Station. Shis grip. I suppose." ( .SIX C prepared sa wr Chills andI * dases will break tIbm a aa tonms s-lam. 25c.-Ad - Mase. It se new baby)- a k lhatber to came at all Uenss a ps at bidtime will man bt Tearstr / aggrT TAXN CAl m11 . OU PIN i' at bedtie is l etso Adv. t tWE have a. sh, haw erided C saa wircsed a n ill masir Ial 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. — 22 August 1914

ACTIS SHOWN BY ARMY MOVES Strategical Problems of Warring Nations Are Now Becoom ing Apparent. KIEL CAIAL IS B16 FACTOR Capture of Waterway by Enemies of Germany Might Prove Turning Peoint of War-importance of Paris and Berlin. Notwithstanding the meagerness of details from Europe, the strategical problems for Germany sad France have become more apparent during the last few days. Prance must protect her frontier againt German invasion and at the same time she must proceed as fast as possible towards the Kiel canal. That canal is apt to prove the turn lag point in the war it the triple en tsteo gets control of it, according to a military expert writing for the Chica go Tribune. Germany. on the other hand, must protect her French border and the Klil canal and drive her forces into Russia as fast as possible. The question now presented to Ger many and France is where to attack. The capture of Paris alone at pres eat probably would not bring about a cessation of combat on the part of th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 August 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATI'I)AY, AtUGIST 29, 1914 NEW SERIEW--Vo , . NoS. : CONCEDE I VICTORY THE ALLIES - d English Armies Forced to Retire to Cover BAS BECOME T BATTLE FIELD NOW FULLY MOBI. PLAN EXTENSIVE , OPERATIONS. GONE TO FRONT of Russians Invade Provinces and Gain .gtegio Positions. -" 1 French War Of- * the following an- * Monday night: * Rash and English, the * of stlack having failed, * Ssaferseen dialculties, • Sreti on the covering * Sof the Meuse the Eng- • ea our left was at-. II thA Germans but be- * I dirably, holding its • . lit traditional stead _*e tMn Clrs tsc. elal announcement -- tt between the great Ih mree of England and the bulk of the Ger -m today. oI the English and the a ] tirt ntually the entire So Belgium, while our gamse their successes occupy territory S0 !r the German frontier. lia on the German from Tilsit to Inver The German popula Willenberg, 91 miles Ce*-kesaipburs, because of SsalR...

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. — 29 August 1914

Act No. 31 Rouse Bill No. 91. By Mr. Mnlton. .m1 INT RiS.')l.TIrON. Proposing an am' nimelnnt to the Consti tution orf th.. Stite of Loniivna. with referene t(' toa txtion of !,anlk.. hank ing associations. hactking corpora tions or banking companies. doing eX elusivelyv the businPess of l.nding money or dealing in lills of exrlCh ge. In thi State but domnb iled in other States of the I'nion or in foreign countries. and providing for the ex tent and limitation of taxation there of. Section 1. He It resolved by the (e;n eral Assembly of the State of Louisi ana. two-thirds of all the member elected to each houseq conclurrlpnp '1n''.t the following amendment to the "',tonst tution of the State he splmitt"l VP tthe qualified electors of the State for theiri adoption or rejection at tt'." c.n':r.'Pe+'IoI al election to be held on the first T, eP' day after the first Monldai i the month Of November. 1914. as foollows. All banks. hanking hassociation hpank inl corporations. or lankig Crm...

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. — 29 August 1914

the extent that onder the laws country. State or territory, or district of his residence like and privileges are granted or vehicles duly registered un laws of and owned by residents State. n 10. Re It further enacted. All track engines. road rollers, fire fire engines. pollee patrols. nees. as well as all other motor Sss l evlusi"velv for publhlic s by the United States Gove\rn the State. or any of the subdtvi there'o. ir'.udlng the parishes. towns and virlages: as wttl as _sbliD hords of the State. district - i or mrnicipal,. are .rxcludedwI the provisions of this art 11 Hie it f'trther eracted tb hesertarv of State shall der,,osit ggst collected tunder the provisions art. as soon after tihe onlirc tion ticahle in ,nr of the hanks of thi previnl.sl selected for that vye-ar i me of the State Tnank lon!etories, - spleclial finl which shali hear in g. at the same rate at otl, r dt and on or before the fifteentt, gd the month of Fehrlua:rv anri .Airt g each n,.ar the Secr,.trv of 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. — 29 August 1914

EMADISON JOURNAL! bed every Saturnay morning at Tallalah, Louisiana. Geo. Spencer ............. Editor W. L Rountree .........Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah *1.S0 per Annum, in Advance entered Jan. 10, W1N0 at Tallulah, La., as second-class mail matter, undto" Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. 'The Journal is not repil{xsihle for the views· and opirnirls of corre1sm'net. appleatring ii it, !"l)mns. Talulab, Leullana,. -. Saturday, August 29, 1914 Cotton eonlerence. About 2a8 delegates met in New Orleans on the 27 inst., to disu3ss the cotton situation. The discussion, b~ileI down, involve1 thr ee proposi tious; the value ts be placed on the 1914 crop; the amount to be advanced per bale, based on cost of production; and the curtailment of the crop for 1915. Of course the pro positions contain the vital issues at present affecting thee cotton producer, but so far as ws can ja~1 no definite volu...

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. — 29 August 1914

rr SalhdO thirtrtzg dates~T SW. l'. I erger, from Mounw', d Tallulah on Suhdl:y even iss Arny in Scott hadl as her t last week Miss Lilia'n strong, from Shreveport. fite friends of Mrs. Janet I'. are pleased to know slh." ;~coverihg froth her late ili i Mary Warlield, of Read 'is a visitor in Tallulah. a Lof Mrs. Edward Montgom pr. -.Arwin Scott ant her guest itend the dance at Lake nce where they will be Wf ] lia Lucy Ray. -. It. Tweedle 'eparted 'r Mendletall iii to 'it relatiecs andI -Lesie Murray has l>neeln on -n which has beeni spent O ers Wells has returned Sgleasant and rejuverait- i 'i da Victoria Noland has e Jrom Lake I'ovidelce ol be with Misses Gene ad Willie Snd'tha during tne of their motl~er. ,. 1. Smithfa !as gone to q Aiple, near Hairristo'n, p o visit relaI''es and Jo - 3 business natters. She 6 beitt for a week or tei .ur H. Purnell; who has & s' te visitor at the home of Mr B. Yerger, has return. hlhome in Brandon, Miss. ]1 j etriees were held in HAMe ...

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. — 29 August 1914

TheAmbiion of Mark Truill B, AuLor of HENRY RUSSELL "L R HI"THE MANUO " ýos rms Cawd.gMir . by Tl D i -abMW Cow m, 4she SYNOPSIS. this Mark Truitt. encouraged by his sweet- ea' heart. Unity Martin. le.ave.s ethel. his COC native town, to seek his fortune. Simon the Trlltt tells Mark that it long has been his dream to see a steel plant at Bethel sht and asks the son to return and build Ih g one if he ever gets rich. Mark applies to Thomas Henley. head of the Qluinby Iron 88g works, for a job and is sent to the con struction gang. Ills success in that work wins him a place as helper to Roman Wi Andsrejzaki. open-hearth furnaceman. lie becomes a boarder in Roman's home and assists Ptotr, Roman's son,. In his studies. Kazia. an adopted daughter, shows her gratitude in such a manner as to .rouse lat Mark's interest in her. CHAPTER VII-Contlnued. Inj "Yes, you would. Kazia. But I guess N it's more than Just the money. You DP see, in Bethel there's no chance, noth lng to do; except grow...

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. — 29 August 1914

municipal employment go last year have found persons nte Re ro- Ball Blue: vt g lilquti l,!ue Ikelights All grocers. Adv. o, Cal refuses to pay $26 in f..s for killing He will sue. better half of the mat ine never ceases trying rw the other half lives. , SX"SIXTY-SIX a pescription ;;repared es W' Malaria or Chills and Ts or six doses will break d if taken then as a tonic gg lat return. 25c.-Adv. amiss for Both. argntn g home unexpected domestic using the draw - the purpose of giving a to her friends. "Ann, I !" she ejaculated. , ms'am." replied the un -I thought you wouldn't lortaight. IICHED AND BURNED i, Dadeville, Ala.-"I was a terrible breaking out W mAslders and down to I rmu in pimples and my very red and raw. It lwed so that sleep and gegaible and I could not t igdlly for weeks. My my back till it got Wp to have a soft cloth got Cuticura Soap and - ars I bought a cake of Vd5 and box of Cuticura l e my surprise and Joy burning had disap hck bhad been so rawi I caol not lie o...

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. — 29 August 1914

1' 1 /LYINiEf ~&AZ'Y :Wr~2~ #4 QifA Iwhdz~rEcv42 ~ P14 HE planters use the term as freely as the dinner-pail men in the states, and one takes to it easily, presently can think of no true substitute. Hawaii is a wonderful land in which to "lay off." I can easily name a num ber of more desirable places in which to labor, but the islands are the "great, good place" in which to refrain from labor. And this is evidenced by the growing num ber of "retired" folk who are taking up residence here; though witnessed much more emphatically by the Hawailans themselves; than move on earth no more reposefull, superior, truly aristocratic beings. "Plsnty" maobs there are In Honolulu. but the unas saiably superior souls are the native-born, the native tees, who, aloof from the harried hustling haoles (whites), walk In unmoved calm and philosophy. Al this air large leisure worn by a goodly r ft of the population, the "low latitude" of the i"ds, with other temptations of nature, Invite tad to loie...

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. — 5 September 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. OIUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ,,1914 NE l . |· OR DEATH!" SS THE KAISER ADVANCE POSITION TO star * MILES OF FRENCH aga CAPITAL. grej BEING DRIVEN BACK in SFra Has Ordered Out 60,00 More (er man LOSses Are Tremendous. eno * * S * * * * *ha* S nlgto.-France is con- * dli the advisability of mov- * .1 the seat of her government * rop Paris to Bordeaux as a pre- : ry. measure, according to * advices received here. * " " " "S * * * " " " * her day --- J u ger tas News service . af _-The Times' correspond-sat Sguend records at second hand with a German of8- equ _ Drussels, who said that mel erts were being made to ler a snnhing blow on the allies. a the English forces. Not- ten the success achieved by .mma army, the dispatch says, of o a i selag among many Ger- lan sMis5m that they are fighting C to great odds. - se ad eforts to conceal the wei a prUsla it is said Intor a S dieluieting character is ro to elrcute ...

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. — 5 September 1914

Act No. 31 Rouse Bill No. 91. By Mr. Maston. JOINT RESN)I. TION' Proposing an amendinment to to the Consti tution or the Stat,- i ,.o,) lei'tna. with reference to taxation if haniks. hank Ing associatli)ns. t,atiki.c -orpora tions or ,bankingr comlplnies. doing ex cluslvel V tl: hiushre.- of lending monev or dialing in hil.. of ex.'h;. gP. In thsl State h'it Inii ', l"t in other 4 Stata of the t'nlt~ or in foreign countries. nr:,l prOvidirc for the ex tent and limitation ,f taxation there- t of. LSetion 1. Be it reso!ve4 hr the CePn- I eral As"nomihl of the State of Iliul ana. two-thirds of all' thl m'nmer'cn elected t io eHch hluls' i-on-iirrini- Th'lt the flowing atmentlmel lt to tie 'oil, ti tltionn ,of the St;ate' te ihmin'tt. ' t tihe qualift-ed electors of the St:ite for their adoptiion or rejection at til*. , r.,,re s,a : ai elction to he held on tho fpt ri. day after the first Mont:i it ithe month Of November. 1914. ias foliow All .anks. hanking a·-" i"' ' ori hank Inc co...

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. — 5 September 1914

t that under the laws , State or territory, or of his residence like privileges are granted duly registered ion an ad owni .l by residents $e it further enacrtl. SeaginD. rocad roller-. fir,. e c il fr" lt !i. the tlnitell lStiAlls ,tr ;,rn or any of Itle ,',h.lIvi i(luti"ing the vrithes a 'd v i l a f 'e " : n< r ,l l n " or tnlripal. :err. * N undel ry of .<z+.P u ,t .1 r ,',..,.,ý't e Hi nn,!'r t " .. . I,.. .- .rte soin after t 1 l t,., . , in onenf tie : I , ,f h , µelrrt,"'I f - t1 It v.,", State 1i".th k I, .it , r I wi- + f ,o whi,', r . 1 Lt I t ;, same rate n' oltlr .,. o or herorn t' t frtP l,' tie h of F hr , ":l"'" :;10, 1,)!" to the - ,.(. account the,' f . :,ll of t,e under tih, ,,, 'ý',,n, ,,t Sper ns I , r ..I,,+:, , m iq n the t .-ri,..,l , eil r- ., the Str.. .1" ,l r t!", o-Iy the an i,,rtt .xpo.lr,.l,, *rccordance w-th tie prvi rbef nre t h e f i ,Itt o n t ', ,t ,i - lof Fehriarfi ain n'it,.'t r the Secretary f S.t f ttr to the ',m'i's'.a .oer ,f the ...

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. — 5 September 1914

nm m m mumn -n .,.... . ... -~ .....- _ _, --- --` - - - - HE MADISON JOURNAL. evury Satrny morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. I ..Editor W. L. Rountree........... i ,nmenal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee M Madisoan Parish School Board, and Twof Talnsh 1.1" per Amanam, In Adveace, s ed a. W as at Tadltk La., as .ecud-clas ria matter, adr Act ef COuspss at Mach , 1M. Journal is not reponsrible for the views and opinions of eowresponltents appearing in its columns. 'ltuSaln. sa'a, " * aa e WI ayU ptember , e114 PnM9gssIre Gowerwor. -.fMr. John X. Parker predicts that the Progressives i elect the next governor of Louisiana. The prediction I in idle boast, but Mr. Parker has been so success the past in stirring up trouble in the old party that c we mist attach some weight to his guesses. There are - uy well-informed politicians in this state who believe, Ld Roosevelt been elected in the last camnpaign, Mt som e rnising developments would have followed e flidious manipulations of ...

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