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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 January 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. REE Ill)S., Publishers TALLA'iAII, TMADISON PiARISII, LOUISIANA, SATULItAY,.IANUAItY :lt, 1915 N' --. SHOWING 0 ACTIITYI ARE REPORTED - gigES ATTACK VI IpDE ON DUNKIRK From Official Sources agported Visit of h" eAllies. h offi,.ial descrip on the %s.stern front 1ris, there is evidence fiercer at many grmans are showing ,re tI the neighborhood rf |havy bombardments of" at the allies are almost eastward, however, most bitter. In the Ar Verdun aild in Alsace, to are in progress, t any decision hav But these are mere ebupared to what is ex ground becomes more troops. coast every move Is the signal for a re t by the British aviators of both forces dropping bombs behind been separated out for Sattack, doubtless b4e used by the British npplies from England, Brutes and Zeebrugge aMation from the allies glson. There is no con Moeliial sources of the lf the allies' airmen to dort early in the bilas American Ship. The state department the British embassy why the American ,...

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. — 30 January 1915

FO1 Farm ' EdAcational ,I aor i-e oerative Unionof America 8 has mar bun of c fart The "dk you a are uI are T coti the Big jobs from little joblets grow. tis (ood eating is an essential to right pro tvin lart No reason is quite as good as a bad any reason. mam Long hair is no substitute for fat on pro the ribs. to , What we don't do often rises up to Ing plague rs* mo Make your plans carefully, then ery "hew to the line." oril Don't ask for help to do things you ma ea do yourself. Be independent op Don't do anything in a hurry. but ate don't be too slow. Go at it with all wit your might ben ow is your time to study the meth- et ods you mean to use for your crops gel " Improe every minute. the If you hate criticism, do nothing. tot They will probably call you a loafer. loc but nothing will count, then. me The average farm boy makes a good to all-round man. He is not a man who dir an do only one little certain piece of work. in Ever otice that the 90pound hue- mal bead's pet name for ...

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. — 30 January 1915

ws of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal FORUM, SHAKEN BY THE GREAT EARTHQUAKE _.. _:' 4 e " hft :> Rome ,h~ fau un eemdydsubdb teerhuk htdvsae -?. SAN DIEG0' BEAUTIFUL EXPOSITION (~~ *.: r :ý + l?$ý c : ¢_.• i z.i /is  ---enposdtso. whc opeN at Sam Diego on New Teses day, Is resva highs prenefo g- of It. bldbgu. he Il;itralom shows the Heme hoamoy sad horulganda.5 Domestle ""; t S ·:· :.I "; iI k, ...ýT -.fr ewp¢._.. - p p J. Im 1 wW1 4M 7 7 ý , ý ,:: ?rEER' SQUARE IN ROE iM Roe was hard hit by the earthquake. The obelisk _t the photograph, was shaken and badly damaged;.the at the right, was lowered four feet, nad the adjacent ts aIlters of Pope Plus I, was serlousl cracked. FRENCH TRENCHES LOOK - 4 :· 1' WALES AS A MESSENGER The prlnce of Wales has earned a name for himself It the war and now has been promoted to be a dispatch bearer. He is here shown equipped for the duties of that poestoea. AVIATOR'S DEADLY WEAPON / u i eased, why adroaed from a h...

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. — 30 January 1915

The Madison Journal. • Sbished every Saturday moraning. George Spencer ..................... Editor W. L, Rountree ....~......_- ..... Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madis in Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entesed Jan. 10 1903 at Talluth, La., post office as second :.ass maid matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. The Journal is not re ponsible for the views and opinions of correispandents, whicn may appear in its columns. Talulah, Madison parish, La., Saturday, January, 30 1915. Now is the propituous time to inspect model roads. The official opening of the Panamacanal has been jcstponed until July. Emperor Francis Joseph thinks of ab dicating. The thought is a happy one, but comes about two years too late. There is great danger that the European war will be over before Mr. Wilson can get his shipping bill in operation. New Orleans will have a five-cent auto mobile service. The system has been opera ted with success in 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. — 30 January 1915

Report of W. S. Craig, Treasurer of the I Village of Tallulah, La., for the ycar o ending Septermber 30, 1914. Balance on hand Octaber 1. 1913 $ 14 94 Ja Fines from Mayor as per list attached ........ ....101 5 11 Licenses from May r and Cierk as per list attached 4,63i 75 e orrowed from Tllulah State Bank Aug. 22, 1914.. M Overdraft ...................... . . 4 74 03 1 474 03 ExTotaless of ......... .... . I-................... 8p6 l Excess of eppree over receipts in accaunt o01I Ma E!ecric t Wterwor plant ................ 819 29 Permanent Ww. & E. L. Imp. (oil mill extension)... 6 70 Ju Ordinary expense acc.unt ........... 2,309 J Interest pwork .................. ............. treet o .. .......... .... ..... ...... 874 066 Jul Notes and bond paid.......... 2 00 Au reasurer's commissions .... 290851 T otal..... ..... ................................... ; , ' sep RECEIPTS-Fines 1 Nov. 25 1913 From G. H. Ogbourne..... . $ 0 The Dec.17 do ........... 18 do 260 ISdo .... .. . ......

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. — 30 January 1915

TheLastShot FREDERICK PALMER (Geemsbt. 3SM.bv cIS Scri~ms Saes I VIGP 1 M C .. ....... . ..,. av BPONVM _ -aY~t VIA. Qngss SYNOPSIS. At their home on the frontier between the Browns and Grays Martas alland and her mother, entertaining Colonel Wester inrg of the Grays, see Captain Lanstron of the Browns injured by a fall In his aeroplane. Ten years later. Westerling. nominal vice but real chief of staff, re-en forces South la Tir and meditates on war. He calls on Marts, who is visiting in the Gray capital. She tells him of her teach ing children the follies of war and mar tial patriotism, and begs him to prevent war while he Is chief of staff. On the march with the bad of the Browns Pri vate Stransky. anarchist, Is placed under arrest. Colonel IAnstron begs him off. Lanstron calls on Marta at her home. He talks with Feller, the gardener. Marta tells Lanstron that she believes Feller to be a spy. Lanstron confesses it is true. Lanstron shows Marta a telephone which Feller has conceal...

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. — 30 January 1915

AreaJguarame~orogl A mahsuhk Nis buy roulu not muaanlsed by a rsspsusis ýOaes Wham you buy ouOr Ob'g pUSr,~ fatL r Skm5~ Roo~lngsp, Uk. moeetOpke, "s PIP M pros dads orth b the tut of thns Buy materials that last e rtan-eed dealer for prod- "@ yeus-the bar noofing Wa.N. Uia GeerlRoofingMauatrnCopy ~.da.m lplyg..tamtaa 5 years 3'mgs 1.0 inU s.. f Hon s.d .UE. tI. aCisaEan l Imoandim liii. Laan a hums 5a u Reducing Illiteracy. fifteen out of every one thou. children from ten to fourteen sI age in the United States are tc read and write. figures Just announced by the bureau of education show a decrease in child illiteracy the last fourteen years. In 1900 ber of illiterate children be. the ages of ten and fourteen y-two in every thousand. In number was reduced to twen Four years have further low more than 33 1-3 per cent. nag only the latter rate of de twenty years more may see Illiteracy in this country al tb exist save among newly Immigrant families. Nor can t rate of improvement fall...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 30 January 1915

i º i r ? ý .A m Sol e· t . - -"Yb , Mý ..,y d .ý . > '`1- y" mar, ". f ,e¢ýý d"'+ . ý''ý °ýý ý C 'ti rý s ýJ:C AUTOS WIN BATTLE How the Tide Was Turned on the Marne. Ge.nral Galilenl Hurls 70000 Men by Tuaasb Against German Flank and Feres Retreat to the Mne. Sy FRANKLIN P. MERRICK. (latraatloaonl New.s ervice.) Pals-It is act generally known that the Battle of the Marne was won by mutmobhes. General Gallieni had 40 taoeabs sad other light motor cars at hs disposal. It will be remam berds that Voe Kluck with the right of the Gernas army got as far as Chan oAaw. Gemras m lellsa, as military sov .rner of Faris, had a large force, prob. r balf a  mulson in. at his disposal and he was respoansiblea for the daefense o- Paaris. a-lemin aure that be had more es u hmbe really Meeded and that tat his am eoul be spared for Swee at the friet. uig erey upea his oaw rei e a dml .tv, he ordered his men to eW ltaote the automobles. He made sh, tst.eab eiar y m iae soldiers. It Wee a erises ...

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. — 6 February 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., Pubishers TALLLAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 19 NE- =NTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, BATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915 NEW SERIES--VOL. 3 NO. 9 SON SHIP ROHASE BILL HAS OPPOSED THE MEASURE, SAYS  ECRETARY. TINUOUS SESSION Made to Install Cots In t'e Room For aer Senators. -Secretary Bryan in that any government against the bill pendi_ Dor the purchase of ships States. Mr. Bryan is ent: has protested against of the shipping bill, and that any nation will the bill does not nec Ssay diplomatlc ques proper for the stasp de. this time to di u lthe which the authebity'r a btll will or should be We assume that the an Urpon the president wWi be associated with ter wi be eercised with due regard to the elcles close to t was reiterated the ade lsmetration's vessels oder the ship will easem triction Wimas aid Seeretary tamss the attade that esld be trusted to to bwotle the Uilt toantuleaal tusbie. tohe pmimet Said 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. — 6 February 1915

0c I OHIO'S "SECOND M'KINLEY" "The second McKinley," as his friends call him, Frank B. Willis, the new governor of Ohio, is a product of the farm. While he is not "self-edu cated" in the sense that Lincoln was, Willis toiled hard to help pay his way through school and college. His en tire life has been one of toil and en deavor, the conservation of energy not being one of his cardinal virtues Willis is a Buckeye through and through. He was born in Lewis Cen ter, Delaware county, December 28. 1872, and worked on his father's farm while attending the common school at Lewis Center) and while going through the Galena high school in the same county. Willis is one of the big men phys ically in Ohio politics. His friends take pride in declaring that he. has the loudest voice in the state, is a prize hand-shaker and laugher, and that he is absolutely clean in his private life. In congress Willis, while not classifed as a reactionary, has been regular in his party allegiance. In fact, he is ...

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. — 6 February 1915

IVews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal tLAl LT ADDITION TO AMERICAN NAVY •Ir :.Y. . ...... i4 4 . . .,., Sfleet of the United States was increased by one vessel a few days ago when the torpedo-boat do ewas launched at Quincy, Mass., and was christened by Miss Marie L. Cushing, daughter of the Civil Swhom it is named. The Cushing is an oil-burning boat of the latest type, 805 teet long, with a speed sirrylag four rapid-fire gus and four twin torpedo tubes. CARRANZA'S COMMISSION OF TEACHERS -4.... ' .· y.' has seat to Boston to study the public schools for one year these five Meicean school teachers q are: Eleosa lpenosa, Dulaha German, Mary Martines, Mary Arias Bernal and Oliva Epenosa. IU POLUND UNCLE SAM'S FIGHTING TOPS · 'L * ar duty in Srpped In heavy * -ta crooked bose ln -- eThis remarkable photograph of the httleship New York, taken as it was --- t hI. o amiudm , Manhattan rlg1s, shews a close iew at the fighting tops 0 ,doe abou m the lattice ...

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. — 6 February 1915

r tir ` oe wp Jo ranal !edPum eevery Saturday amourulu George Spencer ...... Edit W . L. Rountree ........ . . -------- --------.........Manage Oflfcil Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Lev, Boaud, Madis~a Parish School Board and Village of Tallula Est rsd Jan. 10 1903 atTallulah, La, post office as secon class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 187 The Journal is not responsible for the views and-opinion of corresponents, which may appear in its comman ? dliah, Ma i s P -i4h. La., Saturday, February. 6 191 Govarnor.B'. wr,of Mi33i3iipi h3 p3r doned 45 ner~s3. Mast of the n were cor victed for petty offenses and sentences wer with the view of collecting costs more tha for inflicting purnishment for crime. The Commerce Ccmmitte of the Sana t has reported the Rivers and Harboors bil 'which carries an appropriation of abou $39,000.000 Blanton Theus a prominent young busi neis man of Arcadia killed Ernest Ballane in a stre3t duel Weinesdav night. Thy cause of the dif...

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. — 6 February 1915

The Farmers' Meeting All farmers and the public generally are cordially invited to .attend a meeting of The North Louisiana Agriculture Association at the Court House in Tallulah, La., Wednesday, February I Oth, at 10, a. m. The following gentlemen will be present to deliver appropriate addresses: :MASON SNOWDEN, State Demonstrator W. R. PERKINS, Agronomist, Live Stock R. MOIST, Specialist, Swine Industry C. H. STAPELS, Dairyman of L. S. U. W. H. -IARVEY, Secretary F. L. MAXWELL, President et us do youir Jo Prug nW Yow e have the equ en nd w~ Ei rices and sam les w g ly' b icd to you on aplication _~ ~ ~~~- ,,,, to ou n a,,(:aie PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE. * J. J. Brown Iiha returned 'a business trip to Oak La. Earl Furgazsin left this ~Or Oak Grove, La., where Sbe in the eunolov of the rove Drug Co., in t.ie fu. iegret to learn that Mr. E. y, manager of the Cumi Telephon:e & Telerruph ualh o;lice will be t:tsl: -, Mayville in a short :14a Bloom, left Monday go Proridenee, where...

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. — 6 February 1915

ASCMETS" ACT ON iIER BOWELS N. sick headache, bliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Get a 10 cent box. Are you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with Salts, Cathartcl Pills, Castor O1 or Purgative Waters? Stop having a bowel washday. Let Cascarets thoroughly cleanse and reg ulate the stomach, remove the sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will make you feel great by morning. They work while you sleep-never gripe, sicken or cause any inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women take a Casaret now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, Coated Tonge, landlgestion, Sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. Questions to Be Answerea. Whither goest thou? Where is thy soul? Is it in peace? If troubled,...

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. — 6 February 1915

UYSPEPIR IGESTION, GAS Diapepsin" cures sick, achs in five minutes -Time It! does" put bad stomachs in y does" overcome indiges psin, gas, heartburn and - five minutes-that-Just Pape's Diapepslin the lar stomach regulator In the what you eat ferments into lumps, you belch gas and ger, undigested food and is dizzy and aches; breath Coated; your inside' filled and indigestible waste, re t moment "Pape's Diapep in contact with the stomach distress vanishes. It's truly lmost marvelous, and its harmlessness. ifty-cent case of Pape's Dia give you a hundred dollars' faction. its weight in gold to men who can't get their atom I. t belongs in your always be kept handy 'lf ick, sour, upset stomach day or at night. It's the rest and most harmless etor in the world.-Adv. Perfect Models. king man walked slowly adrmhouse. " he said to the farmer's I chop some wood for you? *1 nothing." looked at him suspicious be needin' exercise!" she y, madam. The only thing that you let me sit by and paint fo...

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. — 6 February 1915

UsER FLEET NO ASSEMBLED FOR MANEUVERS Unted States Warships in for Month of Hardest Kind t of Drilling. t COMMANDED BY FLETCHER Largest and Meet Powerful Fleet Ever Aseembled Under the Stars and Stripes-May solve Efficiency of Our Navy. Washlngton.-The largest and most powerful flet ever assembled under the Stars and Stripes is now gathered of Ouastaasmo, on the North coast of Caub, for a month of the hardest kind of drillin. It will be a great spectacle for the few civillans who will see it, but for the more than one thousand esaers and 25,000 enlisted men it l mesas work, unceasing labor, to it the American navy for battle. Yet every Jack Tar is glad h Is there. Great faslnaUton surrounds the maneuvers, the orderly marching and ounter-marching over the parade ground of the ocen, dreadnaughts and Waulrss taking the place of individual soldlers, but obeying the orders sent by wireless and wlgwa just as itm pieltly and readily as a squadron of welldrilled cavalry. The firing of the r...

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. — 13 February 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. UINTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARlY 1:, 1915 " NEW SERIEN--VOL . 10 NO. ROUTEO CARPATHIANS YAY DEAD, 18 REPORT HENNA WAR PRESS BUREAU. SER PASSES WON Austrian Forces Are Back, Battle Rages in Bukowina. a.-The Austro"Hun 4 press bureau issued the ption of the recent *o Carpathian mountains: for Dunkla Pass ended U. Owing to difficulties r ealy weak Russian artil I larticipated but the Rus a:sentrated near Dunkla infantry forces, which ad the heights. dead and wounded coy feld. Many prisoners The Russians finally re detht with the Austro gh prsuiat" , continues in the Car successes of considerae for the Russian troops, as official communication gprsuit of the Austrians ce had been broken positions near Meso to have resulted in the than 2,500 prisoners. of additional troops after of Ussok pass also *is it is stated Austrian repulsed at other moun -'Minor Russian victories Ehst Prussia and North of x000,000. -Postmast...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 13 February 1915

New Fable of the Lonesome Camp on the Frozen Heights By GEORGE ADE Vow:' hi by the Elam was the Main Whizzer in a huddle of Queen Annes, bounded on the North by a gleaming Cemetery, on the East by a limping Subdivision, an the South by a deserted Creamery, and on the West by an expanse of Stubble. Claudine was the other two-thirds of the Specialty. She was a snappy little Trick, and it was a dull hour of the Day or Night when she couldn't frame up a new General Order for the Breadwinner. The Marriage came off during the third summer of her twenty-seventh year. She accepted Elam about a week before he proposed to her, thus sim plifying the Ordeal. While the Water on the License was still warm, she put on her spangled Suit, moved to the center of the Ring, and cracked the Whip. After that Elam continued to be a Hellion around the Office, but in his private Quarters he was merely Otto, the Trained Seal. Claudine could make him bark, play the Cymbals, or go back to the Blue Bench. There...

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. — 13 February 1915

Vews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal BRITAIN SENDS AMBASSADIIR TO VATICAN .4:.: 4,..jb.. Howard (In center), the first ambassador sent to the Vatican by Great Britain in centuries, and hi way to present their credentials to Pope Benedict XV. CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS OF PERSIA FIGHT TURKS . . . ..... ... " 1 " . ?'" , .. et Mavnan, a town on the Turco-Persian frontier, 15 miles from Ourmiah City, the only Christie with the privilege of carrying arms, valiantly defended their homes when the Turks Invaded th In eier to turn the flank of the Russian army in the Caucasus. These brave soldiers, consider bs hghters toin the Turco-Persian region, have Joined the regular armed force of the Persia BOYS RUN A REAL BANK C-- ed public school nla Washington the boys are cor Wsupervision of the teachers. Three days after the WIo..xzty depositors and $61 on the deposit llps. Ten with which an account can be opened. Left to right rte two young bank oimcials: Prank Baxter, t...

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. — 13 February 1915

The Madison Journal.  alIshei every Saturday morning. George Spencer ...... ........................ Editor W. L Rountree.__ .......... ..Manager; Ossl Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Sean. Median Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. atered Jan. 10 190 at Tallulsh, La., post office a second elen dal matter under Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. 1he Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions .1 errwespondents, which may appear in its colums. ?alIlah, Madison P rich; La., Saturday, February. 131 915. Cotton is king, but there has been con siderable discussion as to how to keep the crown tied on. The hunting season is about to end, and between now and the 15th there will'be man a bird to drop into the sack. The Germans: "We win." The Allies: "We win." The People: "Who lied?" The roads of the parish are reported to be improving rapidly, and many of them are in good enough condition for an automobile to travel over. With the large number of horses an...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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