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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 10 October 1914

# IMl PERSONAL AND OTHERWISI Mr. and Mrs. TI K. Poney. of Durk port atten ed church srr i. At t:. gpiscpal Churchn ...:ay ev'ning. Messrs. S. B. Bettis and Bettis Major ,4 uon spent Monday in town. Mr. Will S. Iolm'es left Monday fo vow Orleans, and on his return homr ill spend a few days in Baton Ioa:ge. Mr. Tolbert Slack, of Monroe spen yday in town visiting relatives. Mrs. Fred Hutching, of Mound spen gonday at the home of her sister, Mrs, A M. Hlebert, on WalnutGrove planta li. Senator Joseph E. Ransdell passes rough Tallulah Saturday, on his wae * Lake Providence. Mr. A. J. Sevier, Jr., who has beer * a few weeks visit in the north, re grned home Saturday. Judge D. N. Thomp on, Judge B. P. giwards and Judge Chas. V. Porter, o, -* Court of Appeals spent Tuesday it Tallulab. Mr. R. L Russ, Government Agent for ginners,reports that Madison Parisi ld ginned 46 bales of cotton to Septem Mr5. Mr. E. B. Moore, of Lake Providence was in Tallulah this week getting up art rganization to ...

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. — 10 October 1914

The Ambition of Mark Truit Jib Author of BENRY RUSSELL MILLER "IHE MAN GHER UP." "HmS RISE -TO POWER." Etc. 0%ool~isbt. MS. by Tte B oBabbrrM Comp ) SYNOPSIS Mark Trutt, encouraged by his sweet heart, Unity Martin, leaves IBethel. his native town, to seek his fortune. Simon Trultt tells Mark that it long has been his dream to see a steel plant at Bethel lnd asks his son to return and build one it he ever gets rich. Mark applies to Thomas Henly. head of the Quinby Iron works for a job and is sent to the con strue on gang. His success in that work wins im a place as helper to Roman Andsrejzski, open-hearth furnaceman. He becomes a boarder in Roman's home and aslsts Plotr, Roman's son, In his studies. Kass, an adopted daughter, shows her gtitude in such a manner as to arouse ark's Interest in her. Heavy work in the intense heat of the furnace causes Mark to collapse and Kazia cares for him. Later Roman also succumbs and Mark gets his Job. Roman resents this ead tells Mark to get anot...

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. — 10 October 1914

Myself and Famil Peruna has Done Wonders. Mrs. Emma Stolt, No. 697 Atlantic St.. Appleton, Wis, writes: "Peru na has done me a great deal of good since I began taking it. and I am al w'ays glad to speak a good word for It. *Mi years ago I was in a condition with backache, dan pains, and at times was and lame that I could not 0hs Ihad inflammation and ;as·and although I used differ 'Ie. they did me no good. ,~t bor who had been using ajrised me to try it. and I am gas I did." Save the Babies. . lm MORTALITY is something frightful. We can hardly realins th'* all the children burn in civilized countries, twenty-two per cen. nr sss, y ore-quarter, die before they reach one year; thrty-ve So more than one-third, before they are five, and one-half before do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a flatntile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations. " etares and soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain ' Iess opium or morphine. They ar...

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. — 10 October 1914

ROBLIII. f 110UL S A RES LT of the Titanic disaster. Sir Hiram Maxim, the inventor of the Maximt gun, has evolved a plan for g. ing ships a "sixth sense. that will enable repeated blasts we find that the them to avoid icebergs in a fog by the r distance between us and the ob same means by which a bat finds its ject diminishes about one-third of way about in the dark. For a year or a mile in a minute. This, of more he has been working on a device course, is due to our own speed which he claims will enable a \essel to and in icates that the object is detect a floating object several miles away. to e.ti- stationary. mate its size. shape and distance, and to recognize W hen we are two miles apart the character of a neighboring shore, so that a har- . t the reflection of our blasts rings bor, for instance, may be the bells and the indicator lashow safely entered in a fog. a different record from ~hat we All this is to be done simre- have seen before. The markings on the paper strip ply b...

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. — 17 October 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. J .OUNTREEI BROS., Publishers TALLULAlI, MADION IP.RISi, I)1ISIANA. SATIºI).A , 4J4'TORIII 1 I I1 NE I-v ' -. " .,. iuI.. .. m.d [1141 |t - -lv nn ,r~lt .,,, . _... .. I...... . - TI AKEN I ERMANS ON iARCH TO SEAk Teutons Forcing iir Way to the Port of Ostend. NOT CLAIMING MATERIAL ADVANCES Oi LONDON AND ADJA TERRITORY PREPARING g AIR BOMBARDMENT. STILL OUTFLANKING Is That the Germans Are r iag Only the Suburbs of aM rp, Not Main City. ia-.-The 44 lists of losses " lPrtiiaa army, which have " i abdshed contain a total of slged, wounded and miss Iling to a Reuter dispatch * hAserdam. The lists do ' losses among the Ba- " Woroas and Wourtemburg d er Uss Newse Srvice i--l. Belgian town ofl or Is occupied by the Ger Iadiblg to an Amsterdam dfi SitemLss Telegram Company. ve arrived at Selsaete, a p dJlnco from Ghent. and the asuoanced that 6,000 sol t be qartered in the vil the finger of the censor it tourniquet on all at ews from Belgium. Just the most potentia...

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. — 17 October 1914

Act oeO. 31 Reuse Bill No. 91. By Mr. MasNs. It JOINT RESOLUTION. I Proposeng an amendment to the Consti- c tution of the State of Louisiana. with reference to taxation of banks. bank- 4 Ing associations, banking corpora- e tionas or banking companies, doing ex- tl elusively the business of lending money or dealing in bills of exch. ge. In this State but domiciled in other A States of the Union or in foreign e Countries, and providing for the ex- tl tent and limitation of taxation there- t of. Section 1. no It resotved by the Gen- S eral Assembly tof the State of Loulsl naa. two-thirds of all the members I elected to each house concurring. That the following amendment to the Consti- A tution of the State be submitted to the qualified electors of the State for their adoption or rejection at the roncnrpeson- A al election to he held on the first T'ries day after the first Monday in the month Of November. 1114, as follows: All banks, banking asson.lations. bank isg corporations. or han...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 October 1914

steat that under the laws Sgeoatry, State or territory, or `l1e t of his rssideece like ang privllegee are granted Seblet duly registered un aof and owned by residents gg Be it further enacted. i engines, road rollers. fire ire engines. polire patrols Sa well as all other motor Iad exrrlur'relv for puihli Sthe 'nited QStt. o;nv.re ate. or an' of the suldihiV f filint g the parishes sand vtin ae. as wl" a boards of the State. ':.triv.t go munricipal are eIlIudep.i pevisls of this art I. Be it f'.rther nacterI a of State shall deront leelctted under the pr'i',~ , nn ta soon after thell e I . ",. . n one of the hanks of thr aly *'tereI for that var I tate Bark lero.,trnies. fund which snall hear in Se iame rate an other d de- or hefore the fi't*eenth p maoth Of Febriarr and Ai'r a r. the SeCre'ar" of State idt to the Parish Treasurer aeo account thereof. all of the g ed tinder the p~nvisions of tfem persons. firms or toron gding win the respertihe par pjiout the State. levi.'ct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 October 1914

E MADISON JOURNALI blished every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. _eo. Spencer ....... Editor W. L. Rountree .......... Manager cial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Leveet Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah 1.50 _per _Annuin, in Advance red Jan. 10, 1913 at Tailutah, La., as second-cluss mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. 'e .TJmrnal is not responsihle for the views arln opinions of correspontidenits anppearing in its columniiis. utt lab, Loisiana, - Saturday, October 17, 1914. Hoarding. The Press has been busy for many weeks condemning hoarding of money. Long editorials have appeared ing against this sin. Nothing in the world is more tisfying to the miser than the knowledge that his money wanted and needed to carry on the affairs of the world. ery appeal to him produces a chuckle of satisfaction and tightens his grasp on his money-bags. The fact that others need some part of his hoard es his vanity and causes him to pull closer hi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 October 1914

-a OTHERWISE. was in town Monday. Bettis, of Kings was in Nicholson of Transylvania S gelonday. I . Ellis. of Swift Water, gLo week. Sgope of Transylvania was hmrsday last. t gmitba left Saturday for .L Spann spent Saturday dr his plantation. S d, of Mansford, was f sl, memaber of the Levee was in town Monday. t Holt spent part of Mon takin orders for his S , for several years a ds parish, at present at , speat Monday in the L mlu4 for many years W . Sevier as manager, at gS e, Ark., spent Seu ied l Tallash. iaisso passed through Tal s route to his plantation gOwas, of Ruston, La., spent viitia hisbrother, Mr. R. r Watson was a visitor at Ir. Frank Reid at Right the early part of the aork of Court, Mr. John made a business trip to --- part of the week. br~ads formerly of Tal atJackson, Miss., was in Moh Witherow, the popular , was visiting his parents Joeph Witherow'Snday. S. Hones, district games ~L ha been in New Orleans few days, has returne o . Spencer muade a busines n Thursd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 October 1914

.1 ITe Ambiikn of Mark Truilt NR ARS dR HENRY RUSSEl , )I M=r -M N , T . c.- "ms am lt. _rM1& . be, mw a b:i l c" CHAPTER XXII-Contlnued. "1To e.," be concluded. "it is crt. Seal. I can not understand." he ex clated strongly, "the present attitude at labor. It is utterly lacking in Msae of gratItude, of loyalty. I like to thlnk of the mills as the means to life for thowsands of men. And it pains me to see them become hostile and grasping. What have they to complain o.f" "Probably they feel entitled to a lit. te more than a bare existence." "Didn't we grant the sliding scale three years ago?" "Perhaps," Mark returned dryly, "they guess from the number of tem pies to paleontaogy in prospect that the scale could fairly be raised. It could." I don't hold with you." "What does Henley say?" "What would Henley say but, Fight He Is mad-utterly mad in his hatted of saunilons." "Quite mad." "In this case be is right I have not deserved to be compelled to stand and deliver. I have always ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 October 1914

I01 The Ambitikn of Mark Tr -HENRY RUSSEL MILLER - s HA m R."ms lotdL. Isb Ths bb&l.MuMfiU, Cu CHAPTER XXII--Continued. "Yoo aee," he concluded, "it Is crit Seha. I can not understand," he ex elahmed strongly, "the present attitude of labor. It is utterly lacking in Wiase of gratitude, of loyalty. I like to think of the mills as the means to life for thousands of men. And it pains me to see them become hostile and grasping. What have they to complain of?" "Probably they feel entitled to a lit. Use more than a bare existence." "Didn't we grant the sliding scale 'three years ago?" "Perhaps," Mark returned dryly, "they guess from the number of tem ple to paleontology In prospect that the scale could fairly be raised. It eculd." "I don't hold with you." "What does Henley sayr' "What would Henley say but, Flght. He is mad-utterly mad in his hatred of unions." "Quite mad." "In this case he is right I have not deserved to be compelled to stand and deliver. I have always been fair to la...

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. — 17 October 1914

NT THAT WAS REAL Paid By Old Nurse of Jobh pIrp Williams Should Have Pleased Bride. tor Kern of Indiana and John Williams of Mississippi are not idow Democrats. but very good and frequently pelt each other naturedly pos one occasion. when Mrs. Kern M a visit to the capitol. Senator was introduced to her. After jgl exchange of greetings the from Mississippi looked at Mrs. Kern and. with the ex of a judge who had a sym comprehension of all things to prisoners at bar. in in a judicial voice to match. did you marry this man of en free will"' - proper assurance that this was sase. be remarked, gallantly: "I John has done what an old on the home place said I done I brought my wife back home a 'hs old nurse met us at the gate, when I told her. This is your Miss Sow-my wife., the old darky SMiss Betty' over very admiring ga she turned her shining black * me and exclaimed: Massa John I~ se been heah to' three genera o' brides, but yoh. suh, yoh has estmarried yo'self.' "-Washing -ar. YOUR E...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 17 October 1914

ilDE 6n theUkINof UR OPE" 100 Y 25 f -and welfare of society crumpled like an exploded t - -bladder. In five short years the world and the scope of human life underwent a retrogressive S change as great as that between the age of the *5t * .Antonines and the Europe of the ninth century." Wells' remarkable book makes passionately in b teresting reading at this moment. It shows how, up to the very beginning of the great war, the movement of the world seemed wholly beneficial to mankind. "Sustaining and constructive forces t .seemed to more than balance the malign drift of chance and the natural ignoitnce of prejudice. blind passion and wicked self-seeking of mankind. .Men said, indeed, that moral organization was not keeping pace with physical progress. but few at a , O r  tached any meaning to the UST before the breaking of the great war J a brochure calling attention to its dan gers to European civilization was on the point of appearing simultaneously in all the capitals. A wealth...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 October 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. E, NTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON P'ARIlI, LOISIANA, SATI lDAY, C'TIOBER :4, 1914 NEW SEIES--V . N. AlTEMPT ITENO LINE 6 THE COAST g Nggle Continues for -n oerts South of Ostend. AC IN THE AT IIAMA OF WAR h FORCES MAKING AN EF 1. To SWING AROUND AL  N SELGIAN LITTORAL. s SEEMS TO BE NEAR V Seeo Evacuated for the Time by the Conquering gmdel of the Teutone. - be V Osl. News Service. a - The third act of the war a theater has reached a S prL The first act was the h a" mpt to sweep through Bel adthers France upon Parils. th a t was the offensive as  he allies after General von S ttched his army on the Swg over a long line of ha that he could not died army pressed the mges back toard the Bel- ic esmpelling the entire line by tglra pivot of Verdun to ji S r to maintain an un- Bi gj t n l a 'ossible line of If, nc the attempted ad- ti, along the coast th rthern France, ap- th the design of establish IS the channel forts. &eY could menace Eng. m lo ...

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. — 24 October 1914

Act No. 31 moste Bill No. IL By Mr. Malsi. JOINT RESOLU'rION. Propesing an amendment to the Consti tution of the State of aouitsiana. with reference to taxation of hanks. bank Ing associations. hanking corpora tions or banking companies. doing ex eluslvely the business of lIndinf money or dealing In hills of exch. ge. In this State but domletled in other States of the Union or in foreign countries, and providing for the ex tent and limitation of taxation there at. Reetton 1. Be it reeolved by the (en oral Assembly ef the State of Inulsl aa. two-thirds of all the members elected to each house concurring. Thatt the following amendment to the C(onstl tution of the State be suhmltt'd to the qualified electors of the State for their adoption or rejection at tihe crncre5P5son l election to he held on the first Tiles day after the first Monday in the month at November. 1914, as follows: All banks, hanking asscrintion., hank aR corporations, or bankirt com alea. dotne business in this Stat...

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. — 24 October 1914

git that daer the M s . Stat. or territory. or of his residence like J privileges are granted isieles duly registered tn et and owned by residents it Be it further enacted A m tmrnginem. road rollers. ft-e n *ngines.? police patrot s well at all other m't" , the t ntr ,i St .a (· n\'ve -y. iate. or any of !,e thav - R irt,-A!^g the p~--iee and 'ir'are4 :s ..elt Ra yerds of e ate. ,-tr't r ,n n le -v a l - .-l - he l d e r lilyletsiS of It , a. t i. Re It f, t?' e ni .. P art of t' i at iJ) 1te.t 17 . ar t 'o r r. , i , n e as Soon .i5 r t"p .. t' ·t'. - f ln.nn o the hark of the ly ' ..a 1 f r ti (I v 1 - 1N same --Its :I nt~""" doP las or h-F",-P the C *"teart s ao th of FP-in -v n" 1 At eear. the ' "-t .,n S" cr n 1 to t h e Pf ' air T - 'I it' * * t c igent the re.f ll ,of the Si n'nut the St t' 1,.'o sily the amo 't r - tpll.*, *ecOrdsr' with the privL L * ar m efh the f!ftenth d'i 1 of Fehr1'i-v ant \ I the Se,.reta- " of Sate nl it to t1i" ' 'fro ' or no Sthe ity- of N-w O...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 October 1914

HE MADISON JOURNALI 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 i1.5SO per Annum, in Advance entered Jan. to. 1903 at Tallulah, La., as second-class mail matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. The Journal is not re4ponsilhle for the views and opinions of correspoi'lnents appearing in its columns. Tallulah, Louisiana, - Saturday, October 24, 1914. The Recall. One of the amendments to be voted on November 3rd is No. 17-the last on the ticket-providing for the recall - of public officials. This amendment should be defeated, for the reason that it permits 25 per cent of the legal voters to launch a political campalgn at any time that number may see fit. Thus a small bunch of sore-heads, defeated in a previous campaign, can involve the officers elect in a second campaign- Under this law but little difficult...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 October 1914

PERSONAL, ' AND OTHERWISE Nelson, of Waverly, was in mnday last peterkin spent the first week at Crescent plantation. Goldman, of Goldman, go rst part of the week in her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicols has been visiting H Natches for the past two /. Hart, of Clarksdale, Miss., i st part of this week with 1 SW friends in Tallhlah. gldto that Mr. Pike Bethea, i he on the sick list with Mtr for the past three weeks, sad up again. I. Cobb, of Quimby, was a P" Friday. of St. Joseph, is visit- I , Hoa. Jeff B. Snyner. ii . M M MNds Attutiu. t fes and try to wear it out.I 1 yee out instead. Take Dr.' New Discovery, relief follows c Itehseks your Cold and Soothes away. Pleasant, Antisep [ away. Children like it. Get d Dr. King's New Discov - e- p it in the house. "Our mad Cold Doctor" writes ber Manchester, Ohio. ifnetsatisfied, butit nearly I. I Ransdell of the East and brother of Senator Agosdell, spent yesterday in While here Judge Rans the federal court and was *with Judge Boarman cur Dpan...

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. — 24 October 1914

The Ambilion of Mark Tnuilt l y Au a of HENRY RUSSELL MILLER " MA TOMER tUP. "3 R153 12 ICu e. ms. a r. bebp.mIU Comuy) CHAPTER XXIV--Continued. Together he and Mark dragged Plotr to the cab and forced him within. Plotr, dased by Mark's appearance. re slated but feebly. Before the grim majesty of ap proaching death even Piotr's madness was abashed. The supreme conscious 5es5 received back the atom that. when imprisoned in flesh, had been Roman. It was Kala who saw. "He Is dead." The Matka uttered a low moan. then became silent again, resumed her rigid gaing at the not less still body. Piotr's hand passed over his eyes in a bewil dered gesture. The woman who kept the door made the sign of the cross and went quietly out. Kazia bent over to kiss Roman's forehead. Then Plotr came out of his dase. He caught her roughly and drew her back. "No!" "Plotrt" "You're not fit to touch him." She turned and went slowly Into the kitchen. Plotr followed. He confronted her and Mark. "You can go now...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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