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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 September 1914

fýN.~ltert Iii nerrev Ii. Ioustree is a visitor to Tallulah this Tallis Watson from her home near St. Joseph pig at the home of her uno. Jeff B. Snyder. (lyde Blanche was a to the Minses Johnson this Eriest Mwne who has with her sister, Mrs. (lies erger in Vickshurg passed Tallulsh en route to her i" Lake Providence. Dorothy 81ack, Arwin acd Lseeille Pinney will' thedme d to he given at nest Monday evening. 1and Mrs. Lervie Levy and sueas w, from Shelby, are visiting Mrs. ,siwits the Misses Bicom this week. .Ctsral Warlield and Miss Warild, from Headland visitors this week at the of Judge and Mrs. E. O. sad Mrs. rneal Goldman, Teases parish have been vitons at the home of Mr. aes. (Geo. Spencer. They; d to their homre Monday averly enjoyable visit. r. W. .L Spann made a trip the ill Oity on last Tuesday I -Lr astbmebile havin uas her, Mrs. J. S . Aee, Mrs. Car Wargldf HRealland, Ark.. Mr. John F. Terger. The uad reos were fiee. dised at the National Lark sd returmed home in the as ...

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. — 5 September 1914

The Ambition of Mark Truit By Auro of HENRY RUSSELL MLLER -S GHER" ,u. IS Rm ~L~~ro rowvz. Cooylrigt. L113. by The E SYNOPSIS. Mark Truitt. enrnourag-d bhr his sweet heart, tnlty Martin. l.aves Bethel. his native town, to seek his fortune. Simon Truitt tells Mark tha t t long has been hisl dream to ,, sa teel plant at Bethel and asks the- on to return and build one if he iever g.ti rich. Mark applies to Thomas I11 nley, head of the (uinby Iron works, for a job and I1 sent to the con rtruct!on gang. His success in that work wints hin a place as helper to Roman Andzrejzlsk, open-hearth furnaceman. He beinomes a boarder in Roman's home and assists Plotr. Roman's son, in his studies. Kazia. an adopted daughter, shows her gratitude in such a manner as to arouse ark's Interest in her. Hleavy work in the intense heat of the furnace causes Mark to collapse and Kasia cares for him. Later Roman also succumbs and Mark gets his job. Roman resents this and tells Mark to find another boarding ...

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. — 5 September 1914

KILLING POTATO "LISHT AND BEETLE k... Yr":i:iK 1 f A Potato Yield That Did Not Suffer From Blight. ly L UITAND6TEN.) nlI development of spraying iJerdists and gardeners has * demand for specialized ma-eles and there are sev adapted to potato spray . he market. machines have tank or air wri safety valves for reg pressure by which the -b adrmued automatically to lbm an excess of pressure of the pump should be Sabrsee the mixture through ., ad Desirable Type of Po Mahine In Operation S--- u er 30 Acreo Per SlSt le si ossles and main Seasaat pressure. br regulating pressure be demanded by the e my wish to use the I i bIa the season for parts -- pwsere and later for aier high pressure. . emphasis cannot be laid t Spm-augatioa of carefully E wAb spay mixture. All LshM be provided with IB sprayng, Including a ver the large opening uass which can be re deslred, should be fast n mettion pipes leading . pO Ia machines where I mseted outside the tank laer should be placed Seding the pump. s...

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. — 5 September 1914

"11ON BRITONS MAY TAKE FIELD TYPICAL APPEALS MADE TO NA TIONAL HONOR SPREAD WAR SPIRIT OVER ENGLAND. WAR IS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Archbishop D. T. Crozier Declares R Nations Born in War and Die in Peace. Weetma Newspaper UIlion News ,Srvi,. •Lnonn.-It i s impossible ade quately to describe the war spirit which has swept over England since r the relpilse of the allied army on the French frontier. Until then the peo ple were not fully aroused or awak ened, but sow the most sober and se date Irishman as well as Englishman e talk of putting an army of 1.000,000 British in the field in the next eight months. There is no doubt whatever now Ii that if the allied armies in France had been completely annihilated and if the Germans were at the gates E of Paris the war would only have b begun. Following are two appeals typical B of spirit in England and Ireland. "First-By T. P. O'Connor, M. P. There is one fundamental fact which d lies at the roots of thip titanic strug gle. The nation is one. Ther...

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. — 12 September 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. 3OUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MAIISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURD)AY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1)14 NEW SEIE-- .. • . _ .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . - . . . -l • I AN ARMY ETS REVERSE RIGHT FLANK Men Engaged In uinary Conflict Near Paris. LNE EXTENDED ANCE OF 120 MILES _ REPORTED TO HAVE DRIVEN BACK ALONG THE VERDUN FRONT. g ON THE OFFENSIVE isted With Manner In Which g jeIfres' Plans Are Be E Ig Carried Out g00 5.* * S * * ** * * • SUMMARY. German right flank, extend- * Sa poinat east and southeast " Paris, so near that the can- * was heard in the capital, * Ian driven back by the al- " Germans have captured. * und them evacuated the towns of Dinant and Ter- * sad are reported to be * o Obeat. amlie have assumed the of- * salng a crescent shaped " lse, 120 miles in length, * to southeast of Paris. * Autrisa army, repulsed by " gmlimas at almost every " esattim to retreat from * PoiiaL agspaper Udlm s New.*les more the Germans alsed Preacp ad British c 4 " grappled in...

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. — 12 September 1914

Act No. 31 Rouse Bill No. 91. By Mr. Masten. JOINT RFESOLI'TION. Proposing an amendment to the Consti tution of the Rt:ite of I.atstana, with referene to taxation of i innks. hank ing assitatlons. blar kine corpora tions or banking r-imp:rnieS. dolor Px elustvelv the busir--ne. of I-nling monev or dealing in )blls of exclh. Kc. in this St:ite bhrt donll,'iedi in other States of the Ini ion or in foreign countries. and provi liny for the ex tent and limitation of taxation there of. Section 1. ie It resolved by the Cen oral Assembly of the State of lo'ais.l ana. two-thirds of all the members Wlectei to each house conomrrinic rihot the following amrenment to the t'onsti-, tution of thle Stat,- he iinhmitittd to the qualified electors of the State for their adoption or rejection at tl. ,.on,:ression al election to be held on the first '1uPes day after the first .Mondahv in th'e month of November. 1914. as follow-" All banks. hbanking as$so ations. hank in corporpations. or hankirr rom ...

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. — 12 September 1914

that under the laws state or territory, or of his residence like privileges are granted l ~i= duly recratterPtd un- Ho owned by residents S)s it further enarted. A gives. ri' reors fl'e t ll as t ' r m t,- c . - 1,.,, l t o t ; ,r ;, - oawr ay pI I la. e t 1 , tf, Sr s orf f ~ri r , f fil r t:- , .s ? th 'e " , r , 'ti" . " to the "'' t' ? .;,,r itc nte tI: . rn t,.,,.a o~q Dr 1 ' ' flip f "'r.'-1. " th of F~hr'narv :,h _ \! : "I' - tt the r. r ~r = te City mf Nw Orl; . -hvaat.'ourt t, .... f all ` b~ yh him in a n nr - Ithte S Ir,·ch o f < " inr Sthe arilrerint oiirte eiet y herelf tra"mrlit ti - r ord tne t:to t ti.er pr . t-- t fotoany bltw.,in Mt f Prt - ay of Fp Ja l,1, n :r  ,a. - the Parish "rr.p ' ror 1 r -theowrifrn t dtail the f oCity os \.w (riPetnin 1 gB e rcourt ftrrst { an e i of Courts of th ity of o bl5 ý hI.a within two days to theref transmit tohe riac all fi n ando pen- t for any violation St tnhe 1 t f lt of the t firt S y State Plarish rlatn to - shall ann...

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. — 12 September 1914

HE MADISON JOURNAL ' lished every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. . Spencer Editor W. L. Rountree... Manager *al Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee , Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah 1.50 per Annum, In Advance Jan. 10, 1903: at Ta!lulah. La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of 6 Congress of March 3. 1x7!'. I Journal is not reca')Ioilhd for the views and opinions of correspondlent al)pp'a rinq in in ts co.lnns. . lulail, LouisIana, - Saturday, September 12,1914 r Some more eotton Gush. " Under the Alilric.h-Vreelainds act, national banks niemhlers national currency aissocitions are permitted to take out addlition( rculation to the extent of 125 per cent of their capital awl sur us, of which 75 per cent may be taken out against loanis secured y cotton. This will provide for New ()rleans and the national nks in lMissisippi and )nuisiana approxiltmately $I2,ENIEIINII).t, hich, together with other credit facilities of national hainks in ew O...

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. — 12 September 1914

A OTIIEIIlSL wayT end. .gi sn C. D. Johnson of Mad Stown Wednesday. its c . , of Ashwood was in time unch SSanders was up firom beer M peterkin left yesterday her pjgatat o. my JDnes returned yesterday Tall visit to the Crescent Neu SLe Shields of Roose-oun riiting in Tallulah this and -Sevi Jhesor of Lake Provi C, og his family here this 10th also Pho Terger, of Vickburg, &tho bome of Mr. John D hout f clentrally located, teol, For informa- froe * D. G. Greer. Ithai Jm . Mitchel, of Afton, of Quimby, were in T w affa L fiey and family of Duck- ven s town for the show Thurs- wh La" ,..r. loas S eAb'thy of Sondheimer, the yesterday. L , who has been Ill at are - Dr. Gaines, will return to For goeheimner to-day. "a will gI grke went to Vieksburg the asias. the hei' Kaifrm an made a flying Mu dp te Hill City this week. Oil .---- .pa' . Spanm was over Thursday of i Igaggg to visit his family. " Tal igl sayder has been out at wil Lis week with friends. - e a l. AG. Bray of Thomas- I...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 September 1914

The Ambition of Mark Truilt By Author of HENRY RUSSELL MILLER "THE MAN HIGHER UP, "mIS m . . POWrr" Comp ( mrit. l. by T· Bobba.Merrm Compmny) SYNOPSIS. Mark Trultt, encouraged by his sweet heart, Unity Martin, leaves Bethel. his native town, to seek his fortune. Simon Truitt tells Mark that It long has been his dream to see a steel plant at Bethel and asks the son to return and build one If he ever gets rich. Mark applies to Thomas Henley, head of the (uinby Iron 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 Andzrejzskl, open-hearth furnareman. He becomes a boarder In Roman's home and assists Plotr. HRoman's son. in his studies. Kazia. an adopted daughter, shows her gratitude In such a manner as to arouse Mark's interest In her. Heavy work in the intense heat of the furnace causes Mark to collapse and Kazta cares for him. Later Roman also succumbs and Mark gets his job. Roman resents this and tells Mark to find...

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. — 12 September 1914

DOUCLAS sld SA IE MONEY SDo ela ho. bcaue for priee am=m on the ole 'hthe betory. which glotec or Printor shoes .1 RT DoUh.Ia e C.s . e SshosL Try e pelltnd yeorti a Pres'ae Da o t l fo l ino yo l' nefartlly. let a wi evory. e i the d Is. 51 rit rec eives o"der how to urmti by nd.ll S o L 8prai, LBu ns u Developed 10 Velos P'iLnU e hai uour alto speLlmep ts ,do Uir work. Why not yu.? B1tmu Kodake By MstU .. ry sace and style in stark, Seed for price and c a talus. HEGARTY DRUG CO. 1 MeimSt..UittRo k.Alk. i good plan to mind your own if you don't some one else be misl. A*k for Red Crm  Makes beautiful white clothes. - ro- s . Adv. dma't pay to spend all your time o prove that luck is against clo esa generally get a few com ma if she does not receive RU -MY-TISM ea your Rheumatism and all Sache sad pains-Neuralgia. CoigS, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts, ges, Burns, etc. Antiseptic Price 26c.--Adv. The Biped. L you dvance me 5,000 marks, o ? My rich old uncle has one Site pave, you know." q...

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. — 12 September 1914

VI. TIUAL. TALI the Empress of Irelan. sank, a warning star rose above Father Point. The watch heeded not the warn ing of the star. The ship Swas piloted without fear. Then the wrath of Manitou was let loose and fogs set tied over the St. Lawrence. Two steamers moving swift ly through the fog were crossing trails. In the light they could have seen each other and turned aside. They saw not, for the veil of fog enveloped them. Then the two vessels crashed against each other and the star triumphed again. The new citizens of Father Point laughed at the tale when they heard it. "'Tis an old superstition," they said. "We cannot be frightened that way. The law of nature is not sure pended beause some Indiaft W- or his descendants think they see a star glittering about our village." But the simple-minded liv ing in the back country point to the fate of Doctor HERE is a legend told in the great woods along the Rlmouski river of -, southeastern Canada that when a certain star hangs over Fathe...

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. — 19 September 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. IOUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATI'RDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914 NEW sEIIE--V 18 ARMY SILL RETREATING AN CROWN PRINCE CONTIN. ig TO HOLD BACK ACLIES g VICINITY OF VERDUN, Krl I:alun NSew i4.Nrrv. 3jd-The right and center of Garla army of invasion in i gradually withdrawing, and . wing stoutly resisting the ad s( the allies, according to the tainable information. German crown prince appears b dhig his own in the vicinity m atre by the Germans of a posimn southwest of Verdun a attle between Paris and the Mare, described in a report ie Germam headquarters, have * itish statement reviews the of the British in France ga ember 4 to September 10. aeIs snothaing new. dasia communication, issued git at o'lcock Monday after S(Pars time), declares that the "are retreating everywhere." me. it is added, abandoing all pIdsW which they established a lr a pasbl retreat. -ISiU easeerning the fighting In eiad ad nd Galicia are con it appears that 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. — 19 September 1914

Act No. 31 a at emse Bill No. . By Mr. Maum in JOINT RESOLU'TION. log d--,sinlg an amendment to the Consti- ('0 tution of the State of .oulistana. with mn reference to taxation of hanks. bank- on ug" assoeiations. banking corpora- el tlons or banking companies. doing e- thI elusively the business of lending of msney or dealing In bills of exch ge. "A 3a this State but domiciled in other Ar States of the Union or in foreign ev4 eountries. and providinw for the ex- the lent and limitation of taxation there- th ef. Section 1. We It resolved by the Gen- SP wlJ Assembly of the State of Loulsd as two-thirds of all the members LU L-5ted to each house concurring. That the following amendment to the Consti- Ap ottoen of the State be submitted to the qualified electors of the State for their daption or rejection at the congresOn- A l election to be held on the first Tues day after the first Monday in the month M November. 1114. as follows: All banks,. barking assoclations, bank as corporatio...

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. — 19 September 1914

to the esent that under the laws ign country. State or territory, or district of his reddence like oa and privileges are granted or vehneleu duly registered un- _ e laws of and owned by residents 4 tate. tlon 10 Be It further enacted. i St11 trk engines, road rollers. fire t fire engines. police patrols. ,laces as well as all other motor l',1 unedh exclusively for ubhlIc Sby the U'nited Stater Onvern the State, or any of the subdivi thereof. Including the parishes. towne and villages: as well as r boards of the State. district 1I1 or mulnicipal. are excluded the provisinns of thil act ion 11. Be It further enacted Secretarv of State ahall deposit a collected under the provisions that. as soon after the collection iashle. in one of the hanks of the previosly se'leted for that year of' the .State Bank depositories. Sgeeal fltunl which shall hear in at the same rate as other de end on or befnre the fifteenth ~ the month of February and Aur Seacnh year, the Secretary of State transmit...

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. — 19 September 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL E Published every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, 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 $1.50 per Annum in Advance entered Jan. 10, 19:1: at Tallulah, La., as second-elass mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The .lJornal iz not reponsible for the views and opinions of eorresponftdctt! appearing in its columns. Tallulah, Louisiana, - Saturday, September 19, 1914 War Situation. Lord Ketchener announced in the House of Lords that the tide had turned at all points in favor of the allied armies. The Germans have been forced to fall back all along the line and it now appears that the advanteges gained by the allies will be m'aintained. Their successful turning back of the invading German army should presage an earlier termination of the war than was at first expected. The discussion indulged in during the earlier p...

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. — 19 September 1914

S.Mrs. ). . Erwin left for Vicksburg Mead Andrew and Henry Sevier Jdt Tm(dayevening for L S. U. * m . G. Witherow spent Tuesday S.Tab-l h with his mother and father. SMr. Jsian Monette left Sunday evb _ gL, I, S. U. Mr. I. D. Newell of Quebec was in g dq Teesday on business. Mr. Will Doran was in town one day bt Wueik visiting hit sister Miss Annie. Mr. Jainh P. Scott proprietor of the aGasette, ajent part of Monday at the Journal ofice. Mrs s. Fergason and son W. Earl WPgt Tuesday in Mound, visiting rela tie and friends Mr. Walter Scott has resigned his l ion the Bank which is now being !gd Iy Miss Dorothy Slack. I have fresh select oysters; also in a ed i ns. at 40c per can. phone your e*r.-- . W. Berger. iss Marie Searls passed through gTaslah after visiting Miss Georgia ggst at the home of Mrs. William R. gugM 5tOmegL rL E. g. Tucker,associate entomol glst lo La. Experimental Stations apd avisit to the Delta Laboratory on Weaedby last. I hg"e fresh select bysters; also Id a sal...

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. — 19 September 1914

IheAmbilion of Mark Tnuitt 1 BENRY RU&SSFlL IdLLR "rm jo -m'.r." i i , t 'vp 'EeI SYNOPSIS. Mask Trultt. encouraged by his sweet heart, Unity Martin. leaves Btethel. his Te town, to seek his fortune. Simon tt tells Mark that it long has been his dream to see a steel pia.nt at Bethel and asks the son to return and build neIf he ever gets rich. Mark applies to rhea" Henley, head of the Qutnby Iron weofs for a job and is sent to the con trctUon ang. Hi success in that work wias him a place as helper to Roman a ise4Mki. open-hearth furnaceman. He •w a boarder in Roman' hbome and SPotr. Roman's son. his studies. an adopted daughte shows her g titude In such a manner as to arouse r aru intercst in her. Heavy work In SLtease heat of the furnace caumee to collapse and Kazist cares for later Roman also succumbs and Mas ets his job. Roman resents this ad tells Mark to afind another boardin1l PWle years elapse during whtc I.has advanced to the foremashilp. whle his laboreaving devices ...

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. — 19 September 1914

oes Maud expect to get ma: , every season." wisb beautiful, clear, white , Red Cross Ball Blue. At all g, Ad . We a man works 15 hours a day to earn money enough to buy all the fool things she wants, Ir love. SNsovJe pain in the back apply Balsam. Rub it on and rub .oughly. Ad,. SgagIsh post oflce has 2,410,660 r nd ,ngle wire, made up of 313,. Sr tolegrphs, 2,384,15 for tele ad 62,010 for private and - eanmmus the Wounds. or w Jd" from rusty nails or say r .ternal hurts, apply Haaford's It should kill any germs, te wound and remove sore uitck ha eling will ollow. Not Good Looking. 3lr (oritially)-This isn't a very ioeee of moeat. iwr-Well. you ordered a plain aL L No. SIX-SIXTY-SIX  is a prWcriptiUon prepared ea tar Malaria or Chills and ,Ire or six doses will break i sg. and If taken then as a tonic _ ar will not return. 25c.-Adv. 1 Centrury Actions. - ay Sdi Banks round up his cred a- gags to do the square thing." leps Springs Eternal. -r,, C~CJ oevery bottl o e r u samfe and...

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. — 19 September 1914

-GERMANS SUDDENLY CHANGE PLANS , WHEN ALMOST AT GATES OF PARIS By H. M. TOMLINSON. - (international News Service.) Nantes.-In this vast war in France a diversion has been developed of far greter significance than that worked on the German plan by Liege. Liege only interrupted that plan. Just when it seemed certain of success, the plan had been definitely changed. Why was It changed when Paris ap pered within reach? After my first journey along the battle line I indicated the rapid ad vanoe of the German right wing mov ing directly on Paris through Amiens. The tunnels of Amlens were blown up behind the last train of fugitives of whom I was one. Saturday, August 29, the enemy seemed irresistible. The northwest coast of France as far as Dieppe was in their hands. But even then I had reason to be lieve the allies were favorably dis posed to check that advance. I was unpleasantly surprised on my second journey south to find that at Beauvais, south of Amiens, I was actually between the Fr...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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