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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 9 January 1915

S'WELS Ch . osness, or C ae in mOn\rir box. you iver. dean, pu fresh or mert ag a A geery few with Pills, Ca: 1 or T 8 bowl wash-, Let, 7 bly cleanse ý.d reg- tat. tLeach, remove the sour C food and foul gases, you bile from the liver P a of the system all the plus Sweto matter and poisons S are to-nlght will make you as w morning. They work tsu ijgatp-never gripe, sicken s inconvenience, and cost u a box from your store. meS and women take a we m and then and never Biliousness, Coated on. Sour Stomach or bu Adv. - bu) ULily He Could. Z into a barber shop fro his hat and coat. He I in a hurry. bor srave me if I do not re- per iellar?'' be asked impa pre Said the obliging barber. nei heok his seat in the chair. . prepared for business. h., his customer he noted oth had all gone from the A bead and that his hirsute lot ass limited to a fringe of g the neck. Then the bar be drew the cloth around Ire neck and fastened it Ani dak I could cut your hair ro oet remove your hat."- the sptch...

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. — 9 January 1915

WEEK'S NEW BRIEFLY TOLD HAPPENINGS OF THE SEVEN PAST DAYS ARE BRIEFLY TOLD HERL FROM AROUND THE PLANET Dispatches From Our Own and For eign Countries Are Here Given in Short Meter for Busy Readers. LATE WAR DEVELOPMENTS. No American cruiser ever threat ened to bombard the port of Tripoli, Syria, according to a cable to Secre tary of the Navy Daniels from Capt. Oman, commander of the United States cruiser North Carolina, off Beirut. England claims that the Cuxhaven aeroplane raid was a success, and is highly elated thereover. .In view of the fact that the English lost four out of seven of the attacking airships and has no accurate knowledge of damage done, the venture does seem to scintil late with victory. The Russian forces, even after los ing a bettle to the Austrians in Ga licia, took heart again and split the enemy's army into fractions. No junc ture has as yet been accomplished. England's insistence on the right of searoh as applied to American and vessels of other neutral nati...

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. — 16 January 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ITREE BROS., Publishers TALL'LAHI, MAlDI) ON PARISHI, LOU'ISIANA, SATt'IDAY, .IANUAIlY I6, 1911 NEW .EIES--V .... ..... . . .... . --,V (J, rr3 NO. 6 DON'T E PRACTICES AT WASHINGTON IN TO TAKE UP INDI AL COMPLAINTS. CITED BY YBRITISH " President Wilson By Sir Grey Does Not Touch ' of the Complaints. n.-The United States is not altogether satisfied arte of Sir Edward Grey giv Britain's preliminary reply Wilson's protest concern natment of American com w the British fleet. gratified that Great Britain as justice of practically all the of international law cited in note it was officially re Sat the.chief difficulty had d's neglect to make her IpCtlice square with the pre eeespted rules of international by officials here that a c cprrespondence con Se principles of the American -ot actually carrying them will not meet the com et American exporters and sad although England's answer is expected to Iare detailed statement of her officials plan to take up vi. all indi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

GERMANY'S MASTER SPY Three years ago Georg Steinhauer spent a night in Buckingham palace, shook hands with King George and was the friend of many prominent Englishmen, for he was a member of the suite of Emperor William when he attended the unveiling of the Queen Victoria Memorial in 1911. Since then he has been the head of the spy sys tem in Great Britain and the most sinister foe of that country. He sits ,in an office in the palace at Potsdam, the center of a web of espionage that covers England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, and it is doubtful if any other living man knows as much about those countries as does Herr Steinhauer. The devices originated by Stein hauer to aid the activities of his sub ordinates are too numerous to dwell upon in any detail. It was he who invented the system of signaling by automobile and bicycle headlights from points on the English or Scotch coast to submarines or other vessels in the North sea. It was he who realized the value of disguising spies in t...

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. — 16 January 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal WHAT THE GERMAN SHELLS DID TO SCARBOROUGH UiaO . : 1--Walls of ancient Scarborough castle lamaged by the shells. 2--One of the beautiful residences wrecked; here a woman and a postman were killed. 3-Wreckage of a house in which were found four persons killed o girls searching in the ruins of the upper story of their home for some of their belongings. EXAMINING COTTON BALES FOR. EXPLOSIVES 1-N e awoman nd a potmn New Orlledans a-Wretempted to shipage of a house rnal machine on British mle transport all for Europe are careflly searched. The h otoraph shows the examinationr bel otton balng s with the -'9.' ···':: ·~'""4 ::::~~·2wrn woo·: 'C iwsi8.eoo usia- a· yon emni e re temtdt hpa nenlmcie naBiihml rnpr l :UsfrErp r aeul erce.Tepoorp hw h xaiaino otnblswt h * CHOCOLATE FROM HIS COMMANDER :.., `..-,.....a. '. .-:....::; :...+.:+.:+:...::-:-.*.:-:w:-':--:.. .-..+.. . :.....: .....d.1 . elaa soldier crawling from his...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

The Madison Journal. Published every Satnrday morning. George Spencer ................. ....... .- Editor W . L. Rountree .............. ..............Manager tr Official Jnurnal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee II Board, Madsison Prlish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entered Jani. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., post office as second elass mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. - , The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents. which may appear in its columns, fI Tallulah. Madison parish, La., Satrtlday, January, 16 1915. ti h Mr. Knickerbocker once a rominent young devine in this state, went west; specu lated in mining claims; got rich; continued tA to speculate; got broke. He has rejoined d the ministry. t Governor Blease, of South Carolina, 0 threatened with irripeachment, and whose office would have expired or the 19th inst, i has resigned. We are proud of the fact i his resignation was accepted without dolay. ij Governor Hai"'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

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Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

The Madison j Published every Satnrb G eorge Spencer ........................... W . L. Rountree ........................... Official Journal of Madison Parish, I Board, Madison Parish School Hoard am Entered Jan. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., pi elass mail matter under Act of Congress The Journal is not responsihle for the of corresponrlents_ which nmay app4 Tallulah,. Madison parish, La., Saturdi Mr. Knickerbocker orn young devine in this state, wA lated in mining claims; got: to speculate; got broke. F the ministry. Governor Blease, of , threatened with impeachm office would have expired o0 has resigned. We are ptr his resignation was accepted Governor - Hai's friend one over, when they had tt of the Capital city plead p stop further discussion of subject. John Sharp Williams it attack on President Wilson': made the statement that I would be re-elected. It has been let leak ot Hall was in an embarrassir the McCausland Bank. If Governor was indebted to" sum of two hundred and i stitut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

T e ato' wvith N know w IUtR'S 6R[AT[ST SANITARIUM The Iron Mountain - SprinDAN JACOBS, ArkA. G. P. A. AlQuiket time andia, best service viali 0. Thbe IronI Mhountain -1a For full i rmatin to sc hedues, lo a lnd .. i .22or for ree illlstrn-teil booke, see our tridocal ; ee T elleat for rabbit.. squir- i S, JACOBSaw A. .PA O Y. A1 Alexandria, Dbs. srcv rand all mall ainet - ptoZOOyards., ' or_ ful t to r tion d t, o she du s troa .tI wviC Shoots r t. .22 shorto.22 lers Iad aiR. I, - or t f vo r fr:ihrd oi utat .ed. b s k le nsriBe artridl h l i ild to ud sie e tt t.I safy ad rapid a ncrate Miraing. Pi I .ad torret ror Alexa ndita, Da.ori C. u arrr ste on t any .S2 soa .2. ti mng ae. 1 yed s oree 6 ctsna or a fet . nd rapid a. ccnr.fe f irin. d ; f i h ed ·ttn buyE:!d at balnce. Price. run ityo harre l sd >een eui ln fbae naotbt squiee V. _e ,tto 20h ardson C The Season's Sen saticn i" First Car t oo bisgis3ieppi on Exhibitioi at our G rae, available for dem- 11 ostaration a at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

TheLast Shot FREDERICK PALMER (Copyriit. 191k by Ch dI Sciboe's So ) S SYNOPSIS. i he At their home on the frontier between ma the Browns and Gray.s Marta Galland and her mother, entertalining Cnl l str n gel ling of the Grays, see Captain Liantrin Or of the Browns injured by a rfall in hi aeroplane. Ten years later. pesteruing. nominal vice hut real ci.! of staff, re-en- thl forces South l.a Tir and meditates on war. He calls on a nMarta. ho s viitin in the Gray capltal. She tells him of her teach- thi ing chlidrnh tie follies of war and mar- e tial patriotism, and begs hill to prevernt war while lhe is chef of staff. On the ilk march with the 634 of the itrowl under vate Stranaky. anarchist, is placeI under arrest. Colonel Lanstrun begs him off. c Lanstron calls on Marta at her hlim.. He talks willt Feller. the gariener. Marta tells Lanstron that sle believes Fller tu a be a spy. lanstron conifess- i is true. I l.anstron shows Marta a telephone which PB F.ller has concealed in a ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

FOR H BOWELS sour stomach, ' constipation mring. kbo now. out-the headache, on, the sick, sour Il gases-turn them Skeep them out with and women take a yad then and never -caused by a lazy or an upset stom- C oi.ther day of distress. n d-1550 your stomach; r, fermenting food; ' bile from your liver all the constipated sad poison in the aou will feel great. c ht straightens you They work while A lOcent box from means a clear head. d clean, healthy liver for months. Chil- I because they slke. Adv. Up. naturalists are In- t *Set that the wild rab- I seem to be chang among other things sts above ground in seems to be Mother every bottle of sad sure remedy for and see that it Fietcher's Castor Ispy Place. said the beggar on a greet to a New York sa business, "give me no place to sleep." to sleep!" replied the "Why, man, you're in there isn't any bet in the world!" Friends. her husband is a base It's great for her peo they get passes to all that. But every time mpathing else to do. one sa...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 16 January 1915

WEEK'S NEWS '1 BRIEFLY TOLD HAPPENINGS OF THE SEVEN PAST DAYS ARE BRIEFLY TOLD HERE. FROM AROUND THE PLANET Dispatches From Our Own and For eign Countries Are Here Given in Short Meter for Busy Readers. The 'PortllguePe ,enate voted $1,5000,5,1, for the ,expenses of the canpaic T against the (;Gerlmans in West Africa. Hills providing for the abolition of capital Ijpuni;)hmeint in muirder ca-ses will he introdlu(' d in thel Illinois legis latule and 37 othetr states within the n-xt few weeks by the .\Anti('apital Punishment Society of America President Wilson expects his trip to the Panama canal, the San iego and the San F'rancisco *expo(sitions andl his speaking tour afterward to last from March 5 to May 1. The heavy, unseasonable rains of the last week. which culminated in a torrential downpour completed the de struction of the tobacco crop iin Cuba in almost all sections of the island. The sugar cane also was injured seri ously. Herbert E. Smith of Couburg, a junior in the Univers...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 January 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. --REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAI, MALDISON PARISH, LOISIANA , HATC ItA Y ,IJANt AltlY ý_:5, 191NE ilES--VL. : NO. 7 SHIFTS IN WEST TRANSFER OF THE TO PRESAGE FRESH OFFENSIVE. TOWNS ON COAST From Sea Almost Ostend Amsterdam Reports. portant new dispoet are being made by the g to dispatches re Holland and from beyond Delglum and France. The place In the German Jgas, indicated by the gen et first line forces, is ritish military critics to drive against the allies wldeh only can be conjec reports that the Ger evacuated all the towns as the Belgian coast as Mariakerke, to the north and three miles south the town reported including Middlekirke, West Ends. The veteran had been withdrawn So Yser to reinforce Gen. 's army which attacked the eyes of the kaiser troops had taken their Rate Cae Up. -Arguments were be. es Interstate Commerce marking the conclusion of of the rates and prac transportatioon of an. of the principal coal are involved and the one of the most the co...

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. — 23 January 1915

SWITZERLAND'S NEW PRESIDENT Dr. Giuseppe Motta, who has been vice-president of the Swiss ('onfedera tion and head of the financial depart ment, has been elected presid,.nt, be ing the first Italian to head the little republic He was born at Airolo, in the canton of Ticino (the Italianspeak ing canton of the republic) in the year ls71 and studied law at the univor sities of Fribourg. Munich and Hleidel berg. In IS55 he started his practice as a lawyer in his native village and in the same year he was elected dep S - i uty of the state council. .. In 1S99 he became a representa tive of his canton in the national council. As chief of the Catholic SConservative party of his canton he immediately began to play a promi nent role in politics, and when, in De cember, 1911, after the death of one of the members of the federal council, he became a candidate for that office, lie also received the undivided support of the radical party of thb canton of L Ticino. The young magistrate assumed fro...

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. — 23 January 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal SCENES FROM NEW YORK'S SUBWAY DISASTER 4m/4 ';,tr;.: ....1 "cr ''; " .... ,..+ . mmt Laimng of two large electric cables in the New York subway resulted in the partial aspnyxiation Of dt psmsengers, and a panic ensued in which scores were injured. One woman was killed. 1. One of the which many passengers were rescued. 2. Firemen who were dragged to the street after be 3. One of the overcome passengers lying on the sidewalk while a pulmotor is being prepared. GENERAL HILL AND STAFF OFFICERS -,; +,j~ ,' """"i.. .... I ·.- . :....,..'" r .. . , ..:.: ;.+ "i` _'MIi ncommand of the American troops at Naco, Ariz., the border town that baa been suffering from +_ acossthe line by the Mexicans attacking and defending the Mexican town of Naco _~~- .- _.. :' n4' rla %r IRENCH SOLDIERS IN NOVEL ROLE Sviibe St to liv. j. The houses wee wrecked by l., :x o `^ ýl " ý S r, ~tl WELSHMAN WINS THE V. C. . hand the bullet that roes h...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 January 1915

The Madison Journal. Published every Satnrday morning. nc George Spencer ....................... ......... Editor W . L. Rountree ................ ..............Manager b Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. nf Entered Jan. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., post office as second- to class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 189. cc The Jour-al is not responsible for the views and opinions C. of correspondents. which may appear in its columns. Tallulah. Madison parish, La., Saturday, January, 23 1915. Y We can say one thing about the big financiers, we sure have got them skeered. "Have you been investigated?" has f( . taken the place of the cheerful greeting, w "Top o' the morning to you, Mr. O'Flarity." w Governor Hall admits borrowing $500 , dollars from the McCausland bank. It is la not denied that he paid back $250 of the loan. This is a remarkably good showing for a politician. Another steel magnat...

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. — 23 January 1915

p3ScEIDIN&S Soad of Commi-sioners Levee District. La. Jan. 13th, 1915. Cjoissioners for the Levee District met in' at Tall.lah. La., its day. The Board was by president Rhodes at £. V There were pres the following Commis nad R. L. Hill. East' T. P. Kell, Madison Gothrie. Tensas Parish, sad E. C. Rhodes. Presi parish. Absent: B. and J. M. Johnson, dCommissioner Hill, duly -e wading of minutes of was dispensed with, r business befcre the taken up. and considered ttee: Report of Com pit room at Bunches P-roll Parish; "Gentle gald respectfully report a careful inspection of asta nches Bend and found; all the buildings and, Mo be moved back on an feet to provide land for this enlargement. This moving of some seventy ranging in size from to large store buildings We advertised bids on ceiving several, which July 23, th, y range from 00. We let the con lowest bidder, and the been kept well out the way M, At this date they g all been move]; there details to be closed up b. - t cam be m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 January 1915

The Last Shot FREDERICK PALMER (Copyrigt. 191 by ares Scriboer's Sons) SYNOPSIS. At their home on tha frontier between the Brow ns and ';r.p .Marita (;alland and her mother. enterta;ninK (',lnel \ st. r ling of thi. ;rasst. sea aptain l.anitron of the Bruwe ss injured by a fall in his aeroplane. Taen y" ars later. \\'Wst ritan. nominal vice.. ait real 'chief of staff. ro-en forces Soullth l1. 'rTr and nediltates Ion war He calls ton lMarta. who, is \iiting to the Gray ea pital. She. talls hltat of her te awh ing chlllrr n the. ftolltes of wat atl an. r tial patrio.stit,, and baegs hir to prevent war w!it. he is . hief of staff. )i the march with the 3,ai of the I:rowlns I'ri vatse Hiratskv. ;anarchlst. Is p1l. a ,I unader arrest. ('olan, l Itanslro, n hIE 1. i al af. Lanstron .,all.s on Matta at I* r hame. It,. talks with la.-lier, thie. garden l-r. Marta tells ainsatron that she I ,aliia.- s I'aF ller to be a spy. l.ansltrn confesls.s it Is true. Lanstrona shows Marta a ttele...

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. — 23 January 1915

LOOK AT 'S TONGUE feverish, constipated, -California Syrup of Figs" today saves a sick child Children simply will not from play to empty their become clogged up with gets sluggish; stomach de tongue, mother! If coat child is listless, cross, fev bad, restless, doesn't eat i Sof cold or has sore throat cbildren's ailment, give a of "California Syrup of don't worry. because it is i ermless. and in a few hours gstipation poison, sour bile 1 ag waste will gently o the bowels, and you have bI1fnl child again. A thor cleansing" is ofttimes all uessary. It should be the I t given in any sickness. of counterfeit fig syrups. tore for a 50-cent bottle of Syrup of Figs," which has a for babies, children of and for grown-ups plainly c the bottle. Adv. the Style Book. are pajamas?" medium, whose parents t king jacket and a Mother I RUB-MY-TISM your Rheumatism and all aches and pains-Neuralgia, " lc, 8prains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, etc. Antiseptlo Price 25c.-Adv. Dewn the Laughing Stuff. see a n...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 23 January 1915

IKE WATCHING GREAT MOVING PICTURE DRAMA Sount de Beaufort Describes Trip Along the Battle Line in West Flanders. HIGH PRAISE FOR BELGIANS ;ourteous and Hospitable and Will Do Anything for the English-Com fort in the Trenchee-Germans Reply in Kind to Belgian Fire. By COUNT M. DE BEAUFORT. (International News ;ervire) Belgium.-A Belgian omcer return ag with his men from a week In the reaches along the Yser was asked by me of his colleagues, whom he met mn the road from Nieuport to Fumes, qua low things were going in front. "Oh," ae replied. "all right, but it Isn't ex tetly a picnic, you know." That is ex- moi actly the answer I felt like giving bee today when I returned from a few Bru lays' gypsying in West Flanders. It cell Sdifficult to know where to start in you relating my impressions. It seems as la I .f for four days I have sat in a huge A moving picture theater and watched cur me film after another being reeled off, are at the same time listening to an ex- of tremely eloquent ...

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