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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 24 October 1914

E TAKES SOR'S ADVICE to Health b7 . Pinkham's Veg Compýý O "Because of total d ow to care for myself womanhoodand from Sgoing to school, I ant a displaement, and each s evere pains and nausea meant a lay-off from work lre days from the time I gm as to live with my si tere a doctor told me of smedies but I did not use ss my faith in patent medi After my sister died S to Ohio to live and that borse for the last 18 years. of Life came when I wa a nd about this time I saw easdition plainly described ' advertisements. Then I Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg. and I cannot tell you do relief it gave me in the ooths. It put me right as net lay off every month ti last 18 years I have not dollars to a doctor, and have ewahcellenthealth forawo. oy geand I can thank Lydia 'septable Compound for it. f is Cmage of Life is over I amntermty nurse and being r I cannot over I i"o of good bhsealth. I eoad a comfortable little by and nursing. I the Compound to bbs before and after child -febs Eva Ao uA S sw. ...

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. — 24 October 1914

OUTI AMOICA NED5 MONE Y G4 .2 Two years ago the Argentine debt AN the United States spare South was approximately $657,000,000. A America $500.000.000 during the next year later it had risen nominally five years? Can it supply $100.000.000 to $732,000,000. during the next 12 months? Something more than a year ago South America wants these amounts Argentina sought to float a new within the period stated. The needs h loan in France. but the conditions of several of the countries are pre press- were unfavorable. A new loan on Ing. They must get money somewhere. the same basis would doubtless When the war cloud broke at leastill be desirable, but the Argen halt a dozen countries were negotiat- $ tine government would look to ing in Europe for loans. Most of them New York rather than to Paris or were in the midst of commercial and financial crl es London for funds. due to economic causes which were at work the Braszil's various debt issues now world over. Part of the loans wanted were me...

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. — 31 October 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. - E OUNTIIEE BROS. Publishers TALLULAiH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIA\A, SATUIIAY, OCTOBER :11, 191 Nu:w .1:u-II --I..m NO. 41 5mLE FOR THE DOVER STRAITS FIERCEST YET Life and Death Struggle for Advantages Along the Coast. .MINTRY REEKS WITH BLOOD OF THE SLAIN BRITISH REPORT THAT GROUND IS BEING GAINED AND MANY PRISONERS BEING TAKEN. EINGUSH FLEET GIVING WAY iatlrement, However, Only Tempo rary and Navy Is Expected Soon to Return to the Defense of Coast. " By Lord Charles Beresford. " The serious time of the war " Swill begin when the Germans are " Sgreed over the frontier and are ' " eo their own country and with " e their own base of supplies. e Nobody knows what will hap  ea to the next great naval bat · -" tie in which modern Instruments * e warfare are used. The element " Set luck will come into play, but " t fe sk or no luck, Germany, he de " " elared must be humbled and hu- ' a mlated. She must lose the ' whole of her fleet, give up the " Klei canal and her ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

SAct No. 31 sift .-- Sat tlih Bill No. I1. By Mr. Mastee. In thi J(OINT RESOT.1 rT ON. 1914. posing an amenilnent to ithe Consti- t(onst .ution of tie Stte of oI.nlliana. with mite. reference to taxatllnn of hanks. hank- on tI Ing asicliat!on. Ibanking corpora * le tio tlons or ianking -olnplfaneis. doinl er- the p elusivelyv thie brsinei'r of lendiln of t, money or dealing In hills of erchiis ge tr:i In this State hbut dnnii':led in other \rti.l States of the UInion or in foreign evir countries, and provtllin-" for the ex- the- I tent and limitation of taxation there- lit, g of. Section 1. ie It resolved by the Cni SiPeak eral Assembly of the State of I.oi' maa. two-thirds of all the m,,niwr4 iit elected to earch house eorcurrinl Thait t the following amendment to tile 1'o,,rt.- AP1' tution of the State be sltn1 Ir t.1 ito the qualified electors of the state fr their (; adoption or rejection at te ," O "' ' "i- ," £l election to he held o.r I. f't iri,. Al. day after the first ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

S extent that under the laws "e'gn rountry, State or territory, or el district of his residence like )tions and privileges are granted Sdotor vehicles duly registered un ;the laws o and owned by residents tis Stata. dection 10. Re It further enacted. A m.,, All track engines, road rollers. fire warps. fire engines. police patrols albulances. as well as all other motor tieles. used exluslvelyv for public _poss hb the 'nlted States Po.ern tritt the State. or any of the suhdivi gInM thereof. Inrluding the parishes. drtle towns and viiatge*: as a.ll na PIhlic hoards of tie State. ditr, t hlal or mntni.ipal. are eclupieI  the provision of this art ection 11. Ite It fulrther nvuterl Se.heSeretary of State shall ,'ep,;t atfunds collectel under the pr ., ilionn af hi ast. a soon after tihe -lct?', - practicahle. In one of the hnank of th, 'ate previoIvly selected for that ye'.r ane of the .State Ttank denpositripes a special fund which shall hear in sesst at the same rate as other t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

HE MADISON JOURNAL aIiblished every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. Geo. Spencer Editor W. L. Rountree Manager o0 Official Journal of Madi:oon Parish, Fifth District Levee sr Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah ti - e1.50 per Annum, in Advancciin mi tered San. 10. 19'r at T..:hill La., as s~cnd-cla- s mail matter, under Act of Conrtesq of March :3. l;~.9 'hThe Jo;rn,I is not ct-pon-ilh. for the views and opinions of cýrrl~ nl'nlilu n p .'.p aring in it (' llu i lns. a. Tralluaah. Loubias:a, - Saturday, October 31, 1914. The Belg'an youth will no longer write in his copy book c( 'Thrice armed is he who has justice for his cause." h T The Financers have completed all arrangements fcr tl the $150,)J,033J) Cotton Fund, except getting the money c, subscribed. t! About one third of the votecs of New Orleans have failed to register. Is this a good omen or is it an evil it portent. Judging from Sir Edwards Grays letter to the Depart- P ment, the Germans are bu...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

R REN T.  rn in Tallulah in first class rc ith ten foot shed on each side, for storage. Appiy to John L. $1AL, PERSONAL, AI N OTHERWISE. pDr, . C. Abernathy, of Sondheimer. is town on Monday last. r Benj. Mitchell, of Afton, was in ' Tuesday. Mr. C. E. Speed was in',Tallulah on iday last. I. H. C. Sevier, was in the city, on gday last. Jr. A. S. Coltharp made a busciness g* to Pioneer and Oak Grove this week. Mr. A. S. Cades visited Newellton l week on business of his mill. r. 'James Beard, of Omega, was; in )lo Wednesday on business. Mr. Abel Evans, of Enoka, was in 9golah Monday. g James W. DeMoss, of Waverly. 'e1tTuesday in Tallulah as the guest glws. W. B. Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward and Mrs. *IT. Holt, of Mansford, were visit lgib Tallu!ah Monday. Mr. J. H. Gilfoii, prominent planter S0mega, was in town Tuesday. Mr. W. R. Spann, of Vicksburg, spent •g rday here looking after his planta lr. M. P. Erwin, of Clarksdale, Miss., _ visiting his family here this week. Mrs. ,. W. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

The Anbilion of Mark ruil Author of BENRY RUSSEU MIEER oMTO POWER.' 'F'-A .M " .2l. hIS. Ub, mID Coirm" y) CHAPTER XXVl-Continued. ever - cam He became conscious of Simon's cu- the lous geae and turned sharply on him. a hi "Old man, you seem to know a sur- gly prising lot about making steel. Look ask4 down the valley-there, on those hills. did! Do you see anything that isn't there?" wal Simon looked and nodded. "I've foul be'n seein' it more'n forty years." him Henley stared. "Humph! An epi- conT demic. There's magic in these hills." 1 5 His thoughtful glance swept them son once more. "But d---d alluring magic." The gentle, sometimes plaintive ter oiceo of the preacher had no power to distract from thought. His wistful message could not reach the man for whom it had been prepared in the hope that it would come to him with healing In its wings. cot "Iove would do that.. ." His t own chance words kept running pi through Mard's mind, bidding him fol- too low them along a new path. He f...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

TMENT THAT HEALS ITCHING, BURNING SKINS stand that itching skin humor longer. Go to the nearest and get a jar of resinol oint a(e) and a cake of resinol soap Bathe the eczema patches with soap and hot water, dry and Slittle resinol ointment. gsalost too good to be true. The itching and burning stop in sleep becomes possible, and begins. Soon the ugly, tor eruptions disappear completely 1 good.-AdY. -- -- - h 1 boast of their bravery when resist a small temptation. b I harness sores apply Hanford's ti Adv. 't try to convince a mule that he born. He knows it. , prevent gangrene use Hanford's d because it cleanses and heals weond. Adv. p uman's best friend is a woman who d beep him from making a fool of c on wash day. That's when you use a -oss Hall Blue. Clothes whiter than All grocers. Adv. t Nm way not to be happy is to have time and money than you know to do with. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets regulate (rigorrate stomach, liver and bowels. I ted, tiny granules. Easy to take d . Adv. f ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 31 October 1914

2iPL K[OW 5 EIMhT ROBERT I- OULTON 'Throughout all this preliminary instruc tion, Winifred was encouraged to take all the outdoor exercise possible, and soon was the peer of the boys of her age in the neighborhood at wrestling, or throwing or catching a ball. From that time, Winifred's life became "a prolonged play of the game of "Let's Pretend." Sometimes she and her moth er would "be somebody" and often each would be herself and an alter ego. That is, Mrs. Stoner would play one minute that she was herself and the next min ute that she was her dear friend Nellie and Winifred would alternate between being herself and her dear friend Lucy. In this way they often could get up rath er a sizeable party when about to make some new exploration into the realm of * . knowledge. Perhaps nothing is more illuminative - -in Mrs. Stoner's book than her account i.D of how she taught the child mathematics. O AMAZING have been the intellectual Winifred had failed to get any sort of grasp on the ach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 November 1914

THE. MADISON JOURNAL. NTEE BROS., Publishers TALLLAII, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIAA, AT AY, NOVEBEI , 1911 NEW" SERIES'--VI. ' 11. II D- p -- FIRST TROOPER IN OSTEND .I rrnnr rmn ITm-n I If nl .ll I, Ii vll ri,', r,,,,,,. ,, , , ..,. .. .... ... .. . . .. . ... PEACE SIT OFFERS AN APOLOGY Eatebte Would Require mtling of Entire Fleet YOUNG TURKS FORCE HOSTILITIES .PASHA, MINISTER OF IS THE FLY IN OTTOMAN PEACE OINTMENT. UZE TURKISH ARMY ubjects of Russia and Great Will Remain Loyal to These Nations. pmr UVIa. N -w.s nter.. -The grand vizier of Tur - sloguaed on behalf of his for the warlike operations T-rish Blet under German in the Black sea, but it atitltatively that the Porte to go very much further Us powers of the Triple Ean. agree to resume triendly with the Ottoman govern. dsclosed In a statement Is. th Preach government that I i reply to a note presented Prance and England Pr- I to recall her leet from I amse but refused to die Oerman offilers from her that as It is belie...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 November 1914

BRUSSELS' INTREPID BURGOMASTER Even such awful gloom as that which envelops Europe has its light spots. and one of the brightest of these is Adolphe 1lax, the irrepressible bur gomatter of ltrussels. He had no chance to fight for his city, because it was surrendered to the Germans without defense, but he met the con querors with undaunted spirit, though they locked him up as surety for the war tax of 50,000.000 francse, which was levied on Brussels. M. Max paid 3,500,000 francs of this sum and gave notes for the remainder up to 20,000, 000 francs, but later he refused to re deem the notes, so he was carried a prisoner to the fortress of Namur. It is related of Burgomaster Max ti entered his office to discuss with him hi the terms on which Brussels should yield and the methods by which the cu citizens should be restrained from at- is tacking the invaders, the representa- to tire of the kaiser bore himself with fe even more haughtiness than might properly be expected from a victorious...

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. — 7 November 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal PARIS RECEIVES CAPTURED GERMAN STANDARDS y* I ceremony attended the occasion of the conveying of seven captured German war standards to the mu d ith Invalides in Paris. The photograph shows the flags being carried across the courtyard. MANUEL OFFERS TO HELP ENGLAND ----N· -I r~·: Manuel of Portugal, here shown with his wife, who is a Hohen has offered to serve England in any capacity in accordance allance between Great Britain and Portugal, and has advised his to be loyal to their country. It is said plans are on foot to to the throne. FRANCE DEGRADES A TRAITOR . '- :. , . .: Cruant of the French infantry was discovered trying to sell to o"_ aments regarding the wireless isallatan o e tower. ed fnn the army with Iainmr, phlelyl 1egyise asl sa, MIb iudsommrsm . The phiograph shmw, the trailer bles ·w s h emem er CARING FOR DYING SOLDIER " l i Pathetic scene of Belgian peasants caring for a dying French soldier aft...

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. — 7 November 1914

-he Madison Journal. -Ltet-ed every Sa-t'rary msorateS. GeorgSpence ý- .....Editor tion W . L. Rountr e .........l.................................Manager pub Oe Jomural of Madison Parish, fth Distriet Levee weg eld Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah ho nwrd Jan. 19I at Tallulah, La., paet ofie as second elss mail mattr under Act of Coagreus of March a, 1879. m5a is N .ot ep.ib fo t views and pInons tho e emumdes, wwhich may appear in itsounpr 'aDlah, Madism palish, La, Satuerday, November 7, 1914. tha One of the unfortunate results of last P election is that it has put Roosevelt to quot. lag s _ipte, the fel Congressman Martin will get to Wash-lfoil gton just about in time to attend the bsequies of the Progressive Party. The Winnsboro Reporter made a strong an appeal to the voters to vote for the Amend'- cr ment for the Ladies. Is he married or justin hoping. a The defeat of about one hundred and to twenty democratic congressmen will con- eH vilse the trust magna...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 November 1914

RENT. I ia TalluIlah is Irst class re Sa foot shed eon each side, far storage. Apply toJobn E. PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE. onia Peterkin spent several weak with Mrs.Gea S. Eisely. Wia R Spann, of Vicksburg, uersdy in Tallulah. SDonovan, of Montrose, was I * KW. Lalrdof JacksonMiss, Tlulalh his home after Mon Sgl glEas, of Enola spent Fri Ipl L. Fleming spent Tuesday .',i James was in Tallulah on lost P. L Maxwell and Mr. Alex ware in town Wednesday. ' Ges S Yerger, of Mound, was G a aWednesday of this week. Pl Maj. Mitchell was in town Wed. -t O W. H. Ward, of Mansford plan- do was la town Tuesday. lid Sin1 _ Alaader, of Delta Point was la i Minday. P A. L Amaker. of Lake Provi p ied through town Monday. a iof G(e S. Yerger, of Moads wast Thursday. re i W. H. Hill cotton buyer, of Delhi b Tallash Tuesday. Jas C Scott, of Delhi spent Mon- It 'a Talsluh visiting relatives and .dMrs. Willie Godbold. of Texas of spent Sunday evening in Tal- J, I-w FIar'e T'wwe, of Delta Point I dUlaing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 November 1914

The Ambition of Mark Truitt Author of HENRY RUSSE1, IIIER= MAN HICGHR UP." "HIS ta TO POWF." FAC. 36 C emdLk .K& 4 _--'ý er "JCw I CHAPTER XXIX-Centinued. Plotr did not move from his corner. "Ah!" It was almost a sob. "They're still for you against everybody, against me. It was always so. Everybody was for yu. You had everything. It came easy to you. It came hard to me. so hard I could never do anything or get anything. It-" "Yes, yes, Piotr, I know. But we're going to change that now. Come along 0he rain's stopped and I must hurry." "To get back to her, I suppose?" Plotr sighed. "I must get back to her. Come on." "I don't think I-" Plotr's words came between gasps. Something seemed to be choking him. "In a -aute. I-I must get-some things." Mark looked quickly back over his shoulder, caught by an odd change in the plaintive voice. Dusk was gather ing rapidly, deepening the shadows in the shed, and he could barely see the Agure tumbling about in his corner. There was a pause-Pio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 November 1914

i / UMET NG POWDER The cook is happy, the other members of the family are happy-appetites sharpen, things brighten up generally. And Calumes Baking Powder is responsible for it all. For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities insure perfectly shortened, fautlessly raised bakings. Cannot be compared with other baking powders, which promise without performing. Even a beginner in cooking gets delightful results with this never failing Caluamet Baking Powder. Your grocer knows. Ask him. MeVED )ICST AWARIW WIr P. F..red s...irIwa .a. ,- I, ýýýM I I I It I I I II I II I" r I I ~~k~k ~ P 5*hmFCmm.Mmh S5 R~I3· LC $ ~ r l~l C ~ l~ - hLJ~~brmah3 . L.D UCLAS SMm W. L OOLU O. eI m* W L o0 laa dI .. d _a t rsM b e- e scanlbal picked his teeth r _s-wi_-svely. "Of course," he observed, -have eateh worse speeimens than /.free kIII Itsft',thea. Sselected a cigar with a perfecto Mbuively. 'Of course," he observed. 7 bave eaten worse specimens than On late governor, but-" He selected a...

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

' ai Co-Operaive Unin of America oe aperesdo Ariahurit An ounce of charity is better than a tea of advice. A cat is said to have nine lives, so has opportunity. A man with a long bead is worth 'two with long faces. Talk is cheap-unless you hire a lhwye to hand it out. The cooperative corporation offers o aIncentive to the speculator. Make every minute effective, live to some purpose. He who strives suec Doe master of your own life, make your own conditions to suit your own tastes. Jeady advice dispensers generally beneve that it is better to give than to reelve. If "hot air" was good for ventila tie some folks would be real public 'benefators. The best thing you can do when you .make a mistake is to make it teach you something. The successful man is a good ex ample of what will power can do. will do, and does do. Do not wait for "some day;" do all the good you can now, for some day Is a doubtful time. The little trials of life are only the adsign posts showing you the right road to...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. lgOUNTREE BROS., Publisher TALLULAHR , MADISON PARISlH, LOUISIANA, SATI'RDl)A.Y, NOVEMBEII 14.1914 NEW IEIIES--VO.)L. " NO). .19 il l p l li nai • Hi am I I i I g a g gg :IER -VE UP SSAYS KITHENER Mrishk Empire is Now F Fiting for its Very Existence S ADVANTAGE LAY IN ITS MACHINES ENGLAND HAS AN ENOR ADVANTAGE IN ITS MEN AND MATERIAL SE CAPTURE TSINGTAU L yields Last Foot of Its Pos s in Far East-Japan May Il Noew Help the Allies. Is Is Jp Troops For France. * Sýmessa Troops For France. j the question of Japan's send- ' Sarmyy to Europe has beguan atract increasing attention * Msm fnds considerable sup- ' .. mlitary circles, which, it A lsgesdI, that such a move " be welcomed by France. * ge er Yoshohito has given - toward the foundation of " Ia*e's international hospital S dl The gift to a Christian " without precedent " mauros, it is stated, the sue st the undertaking, which * meat a half million dollars. " mam.w U. . . smerIe. -That England is prepared is th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 November 1914

- ~ - HEAD OF NOVEL SOCIAL SERVICE Bellevue, the famous old hospital ,. of New York city, has been led to per ceive that to care for a man or woman physically is not the end of its respon sibility. Caring for nearly eighty thousand persons a year in hospital and dispensary is today but one side of the great work accomplishCed by that institution. This change has been brought about by a woman Miss Mary E. Vad:ey. As an em S'. . ployee of the hospital she saw pa tients leaving Hellevue discharged as cured who had not regained sufficient strength to take up their work. She saw families broken up because the breadwinner lay ill in the hospital and the smaller and weaker members etl were unable to shift for themselves. t, Often a discharged patient fortunate enough to have a home to which he a could return could not get the care there necessary to insure complete recovery. Once the great hospital under a stood that something more must be done than it had been doing for its pa tifets it e...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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