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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 15 May 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. EE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1915 NEW SERIES--VO. LIVES ARE LOST N GERMAN TORPEDO HITS LINER LUSITANIA m FrmiRt, at Q..insto~w, Deported to the Amen iy at Laud.a That the Total Number of -Sri voro Could be Placed at 645. ;PROMINENT AMERICANS MISSING TIVES OF ALFRED OWYNNE VANDERBILT HAVE AR POR A FLEET OF TUG8 TO SEARCH FOR HIS BODY, 0 AGENTS BUSY INVESTIGATING FURTHER. hundred and MY detr lv.es In the Lu st whom 1 "were belles ot Charles Uatrlel ssaer; Dr. at New York and t Chioesge have up as dead are: Vauuerblt. mittumn Its. plawrisht; playwright; Elbert Ers. labbard. m est at Quees. Sth ae Amerela embas SWsttl amnber ot ear be plaed at S4. ta a revyese not - a t t there were n adS en rew, a total ale uli orts n ea .hlst rea'rte at he but IS smved. fe awards at liN bare sieovered. He guss not Ilted byr ame 'almaet to a i" e at the pgmSo as bawl a re bimd lrom t wham the have bees Me Chares 1bmes s Yrsa. Mars IP. ...

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. — 15 May 1915

or BEARS A HEAVY LOAD The imperturbable Robert Lan ,si..g, counselor for the state depart - ment, is an official on whose shoulders in these troubled days rests a heavy \ load of responsibility. It is no secret to any of those fa . miliar with the foreign affairs of the United States that President Wilson is taking a large hand in the conduct of these affairs. It has been said with basis that the president is. in a large measure, his own state department. But while this is true, it also is true that on the counselor there de volves a burden such as not many officials would be willing to assume. ' The international sky since last July S has been not only a stormy one for the belligerents of Europe, but it has also been cloudy for the United 8tates. Nobody questions the fact that Mr. Lasing is an expert in interna tional law and an authority on diplo matic matters. Besides this, he has the faculty of keeping his poise and tot ,losing his head. He takes the onerous duties of his place ...

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. — 15 May 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal ; PICTURESQUE CAMEL COMMISSARY IN EGYPT s need extensivel y the British forces in Egypt. The photograph show the camel commissary SSsland troops at their camp In the land of the Pharaohs. FIGHTING FOR POSSESSION OF ALSACE .. mntails of Alsaceo, well screaed cad trained on the Germans. MILITARY HOSPITAL BURNED t t~e S.rbw"s mltary hospital at Shlopji which wars iled humred wnded Selerisa who had hoas Inf~ected with SHELL DID NOT EXPLODE 14e Au traa uhll that fell Iade the tortrs. of Troe.. h aI ge, s was r the ease t" usay at them. r stri y i a ass Abt met autemIsg. w u h us g h us s? N o W aa am" Nth b at ewur.,, thanw e, eqhla to art. is Is. to as lgtAbist .rra rrrt an anl-pervadlag materal known as I eter. It is this etmer whals trns lte the Iight waves fm the mn throush th eeroes dstames be n tween that heake bolyr amn ear n own atmosphere. which cly elateda a short distance above the earth. It n is the ether w...

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. — 15 May 1915

A Joualnal every sIemiay srlcmas. aiss ?aIsh ikLed Deed d m ge ofV Tallak. e am 1s o at. Tal La., Po eet ae n ee m assal ,ter aider Ast C. . Marek 3. I53. l Wuh. i nwr POW l &. a 3er4Sy, May i15 1'. Say, did you know we are about to be "harmonzed" on the next governor? A valued selriber writs to know what " fiscal reform " meals. The defni to given by Webster is "higher taxes." Where was William Jenning when the Prsident drafted his letter to the Kaiser? He certainly was not a party to such strong The British battleship Golath met des tirMtoo at the hands of aGernan submarine The vesseal was torpedoed while operating in AsD Dardenelles. About fve hundred lives wmre reported lost. As a qspeIal favor-to the country-we Sbeg the New Orleas politicians not to run Su more of our country legislators for isabenant Governor. arveting time ap p:` p esh andwe need them la the crop. Itlh wonderful how aggresiv'ex Sridents and exgovernors get. So many S'bls ocur after they get out of office...

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. — 15 May 1915

-it / Ba tit 1w a wah.& Happy With a * Kodak 1A folding Pocket Kodak  .2 1-2414 - Iti. $15.00 'e have a complete line of aks at prices to fit any rse. Ask to see them. ULAH DRUG CO., Ltd. C h~.Bir Jr be a Alan falt - 11 - do -OA d some res, at *Ar Yuow. d fry K~dh% Seb T~ w he V"mooo Ind to Ile luono IM aw ur do1 ...mob NWJGWRM ad Ida bar per beC IRS belft n -VY Mel Oft r I SJmIn, u. b som lw - bo ef "A% am A. Emrr Irm ~bw bum it vi h1~ U" nw so wli- -aei rr unl. ~Jin1L mII ar - r7 -Ir 4,~ wLr we 7· -+ -~r~ -- -~ II' Yr -· L~L ~DG[ IrS~ ,,', E~ ~I r do wst ii w wen briIg w y 81 ·O b ,ig thieem fia Lrthe I-PM oan the Robt W d phi,- rkl~ - mbr d1 e 3*. w k - t bi~lwbdsae a stre bat ubin be ba sesgdinma b The !. Mes iii - ' u - -4 w t -eeeai, a -0l iin,.It At a sd te IYt be MdITU""the imb1 t . 1w Mr. L L Dmee~smawieml Lmli--n hd~ .bate %& Deft aei ed W a hmw No Le eb s d0b Aeeeia i to dwa-eeaet it L lWeee h ti ps. di ! E, l -~Qr beam Ow we hu* r -e for, bet r t we far a b te ...

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. — 15 May 1915

Rit GEORGE DARR IICUTCLON LLUSTRoNS RAY WALTERS fd~ CO,'%4/f SYNOPSIS. --8- In the New York home of James Brood. Dawes and Riggs, his two old pensioners and comrades, await the coming of Brood's son, Frederic, to learn the con tests of a wireless from Brood, but Fred eric, after reading, throws it into the are and leaves the room without a word. Frederic tells Lydia Desmond, his fiancee. that the message announces his father's marriage, and orders the house prepared for an immediate home-coming. Mrs. Desmond, the housekeeper and Lydia's mother, tries to cool Frederic's temper at the impending changes. Brood and his bride arrives. She wins Frederic's liking at irst meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood meet In the jade room. where Lydia works as Brood's secretary. The room, dominated by a great gold Buddha. is fur aaied ton oriental magnificence. Mrs. Breed, after a talk with Lydia, which eaves the latter puzzled, is startled by the appear...

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. — 15 May 1915

ISUFFERING NG YEARS Was Restored to ILydia E Pink. Vegetable CGpounL ila.-"After my little I was sik with pains ln my sides which the doctors said were ceased by inlamma tion. I suffered a great deal every montbandgrewvery thin. Iwas under the o doeso caro for two long years without any benefit Finally after repeated sug- s gestons to try itwe got Lydia E. Pink Compound. Aftertak beeib o the Compound I boosework and today l a healsbthy again. I wll i t ne wisbhes to know i -..rsa Johems Asalar, 's Vegetable Coma. ifre astive root ad is aroetics or hwarmful daft holds the record at as esestil wremedy we 'eilial. Iflyou emdmeh don't yes try it the slightest dou t z prhham 's IV ets wfilbelpyeaowrtte t MedleaneCw. a bLaym. mad ..f ad Isetr will be.epned, t i aeby a wo ma. ' he War Zone. i mole has gone to the war, t nit everybody miss him?" i they have so h. He wemaded yet." I KNIFE BY L REMEDY openrat , Fmatle Rpet and Lash e at Iavile, Ark., mat trebleos a al a egerate.o. of. of he...

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. — 15 May 1915

SEK'S IEWS BRIEFLY TOLD 6APPENINGS OF THE SEVEN PAST DAYS ARE BRIEFLY TOLD HERE. FROM AROUND THE PLANET DIaptsh From Our Own and PF oIga Countries Are Hero Give l Short Meter for Busy Readers. An arbitraton award advanced to some extent the rates of pay of 64,000 locomotive engineers, firemen and hostler employed on the 140,000 iles of the lItes of 99 western rail roads I the United States. Incladed In the latest list of cffiers killed at the front is the name of Brg adle General Riddell, commander of the Northumberland tusllller' brl sade. After forel a neighbor woman to write his will, Harvey Gilgert of Violo, 111. 30 years old, shot and killed him sit lf the woman's presence. A silt to recover alimony al $100 a meuth awarded to the divorced wife at IJpd Osbourne was filed against the estate of Mrs. Robert Lonia Stev esn toin San raacisco. She is said to have guaranteed payment. Heeter Ramos, head of Villa's s* elxt sevie corps, announces that an Masmon eoasuls in the United Stat...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MAI)ISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915 NEW NERIES--VO()L. :1 NO. 21 the has din bee PARATION ma dot TO AMBASSA FOR PRESEN- ter ERNMENT. ma str BERNSTORFF *o' to act Sitution Was Dl. othe in Austro d artere.rr tra United state sh Ambassador GOe thu to the German be saling attentioi. im which has t*. in of Amerlcas an seas, culminating la tie Lusitanta. with a thi IN American lives. or umsistakaLle terms t, wates goveirument in- be of Ambitcans to thi American, neutral or with conu;dence of so in their gov them in that St exprerses con of the United igaperial German disavow the acts o' t of the United that they i'til hake as reparation is which are with that they will take to prevent the recur -s obviously sub-h trlelples of warflre Serman sov to eot s wisely sad o O the note states Oenu govern the government t to omit any word to the pererm. b duty of maitala f the United States ad ao e mslegarding , ad eovermtea t * at pre...

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. — 22 May 1915

N TIE I ELIOUT - STRONG MAN OF GREECE Greece's advance toward a real ization of her national aspirations re ceived a momentary check in the re tirement of the powerful Premier Venizelos, whose program of entering the war on the side of the allies was frowned upon by that other hero of present-day Greece, King Constan tine. Pew believe, however, that the differences between the two men who are to the new Greece what King Vic tor Emmanuel II and Cavour were to Italy. will be of very long standing. The world recognizes in Venizelos the strong man of Greece who in in credibly few years has accomplished so much in rehabilitating the prestige of his country. By means of his new constitution. adopted after the revolution at Athens in 1910, Venizelos was able to effect the far-reaching reforms in putting down political corruption, and creating terrl torially a new Greece. He brought Crete, Macedonia. Epiros, and the islands under the Greek flag, and besides almost doubling the size of his c...

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. — 22 May 1915

ws of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal i , CENT ADDITION TO THE AMERICAN NAVY ý,,,a .?ý":::: ,t" : ::::' ' ·· i~w " :»"'::..r.;<:r ; ::. .:to ::, ::: 51K 1 4. ':. '' ;: Cry ":1:i:;:; iý. i . ::r:;: ::: ,e~~a. ..,· . S.. 4 4. *. ,.,, . . :. .. . .. ... ',4 ._ iliSary and mupply ship. launched recently at Mare Island navy yard. California. photo uwa the ways. _ýY SHOT 1 Iwr $ 3se., was · foms. Ahy maJma dor I CVru amatlau ewe"dis ax hwltau.. of the look abmu what hIerrd t*e Our eplvei .1 his Ysw7 UU lhMr eey. 11t assume Wbm~ the hu rh btt tw L.<n ~ NOVEL HOME OF FRENCH SOLDIERS These Prench troopers have found comfortable quarters in a rabbit _-tch. eae empartpsnet of whieh bolds one mar. 6ETTING THEIR DAILY BREAD SWEEPING UP DARDANELLES MINES -1 An Enahr adae swepr awt work or *iM S~b-el- s tk Ut & 4kjl4 a rtrell *rbbl~t d t~nor·orr ~t o SWEPIW -* ADWUE IL ~alhrr 1·~~I· IC ·hBL L pe t ~t~ Ark ------ --- --------~ ~ o 'What maim pap keep turmiu 76...

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. — 22 May 1915

STe. Madison Journal. S i bsh evesi satMrday - -rorlsu ogSp nmer Edit. W. L. Rountre Manage deads Jmra. ea Mndm. Pash, mI Dnhiet I1y Ssd. Madim. Paeh Sa hool Bo and mai Via o Tanllet" tsmred Jan. 3SM at Ta. a, post odlb. a emod et s mall mathe a.emr Act of Cao ess March , liii The Jeurnal is et tnapmaibl for the iws and i merspendai.s, which may appear its lt ?alttlsh, Masom. Pars La., Stmrday. May. 311 The dispatches say that Italy is still o the brink of war. When did she get on t brink and who put her there? A New Orleans "sufferer" complain in a letter to the States that the lower th gas rates are placed the higher their bill go. Why not try raising the rate. Senator Burke'S primary election bil provoked strong protests in the Senate Wednesday. Among those who spoke i opposition to it was Hon. David IL Evan The Sugar Trust and their enemies ar now using space each day in the New Or leans newspapers, giving respective version of the fight concerning the proposed Caffre trust la...

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. — 22 May 1915

MORTGAGE FARM LOANS Ten year loas with privilege of prepayment in years negotiated upon improved and operated in Madison, Tens, Franklin and Richland Address: ALFALFA LAND AD REALTY COMPANY m la T m IU maITIZ, ssuiis RSALI of.lmber La iansag.46 and 55, ION., R. 12 L, e. Lain and a t ACRES of Timber Lan ia Urn.. 8, 17, and 161 T. 16 N., L 10 Fr b were forsrnby owns Bank. ALAD GO. WUJANA. SS. letthofflu. TSunday vidsting Thursday lookin Yrs. N. W. Thems., of am oatoaaend the _Friday smdagk. 5L OItAdp nade a buI# EdI, tD ekpeat, sport I lrie upurt ntWelmda 1wt, mT. F Fr.Ward, Lhda&r oba boss Wkvmbw. hot wg kr I.W.IL. Ward, of fie dee, , ýemtf. ~oadedw" Ti rGab Du Mo dditntododreislac femdy of Bae ew a nrimnt of dI UmmIrr ~La -,r, art M work.b to ti pew ta tb of ft go" A& str B. eb.ý,etS i harnr- r Waft.iw~ ,IIngh LUms ai amd ms) here Lhum. wW - O -c ha new hem~ II AYOUVIDAL OTES Mrs. Waer Emery ib the guiw of Mrs. Henry Purnell this week. r A plle hekl at the dor of school May ...

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. — 22 May 1915

DiGEORt DAiRR CCUTCIEON LU$Rill RAY WALTERS CG.AIM w, 09 ~ Ar*. SYNOPSIS. -7- L In the New York home of James Brood. k his son, Frederic. receives a wirekas from him. Frederic tells Lydia Des amod, his fiancee, that the message an- a nmunae his father's marriage, and orders Mrs. Desmond, the housekeeper and Lydia's mother to prepare the house for p an immediate home-coming. Brood and e his bride arrive. She wins Frederic's Uk-. hig at first meeting. Brood shows dislike b and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood met in the jade-room. where Lydia works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. Brood is startled by the appearance of Ranjab4 Brood's Hindu servant. She makes changes in the household and gains e her husbead's consent to send Mrs. De- t mend and Lydia away. She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear Ranjab in I his uncany appearances and disalppear , and Frederic. remembering his r East Indian stories and firm be et ri Magite. fears unknown evil. Ran jab rform feats of mrac...

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. — 22 May 1915

Reliable evidence is abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound The many testimonial letters tnat we are continually pub. ; Ibhing in the newspapers-hundreds of them-are all genu Sne, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude Sor the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely, through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's -V Yegetable Compound. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain Ssuch recommendations; you may depend upon it that any esjtimonial we publish is honest and true-if you have any Sdoubt of this write to the women whose true names and addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. Read this one from Mrs. Waters: SCuams NJ.-'I was sick for two years with nervous Uls, and kkneys were affected. I had a doctor all the time a. ed a battery, but nothing did me any good. I was not able to go t, but spent my time on a couch or in a sleepingchair,and soo s.. almost a._ skeleton Fin...

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. — 22 May 1915

WAR PREOERS E WELL CARED FOR IN EN1LAO Edward B. Clark Makes an In peotion of the Camp at Dorchester. GERMANS GIVEN GOOD FOOD Are Talken PFr Log Walks and Al lowed to Play Games to Keep Il Ceaditlee.-Leaden Is Hourly Expestlg an Attack from on High." By EDWARD I. CLARK. (8tar Coorrepondent Western Newspayr Union.) Iandon, agland.--Por the frst time msice the war began up to the hour of this writing. a g land has bees visited as two consecutive days, or rather S nights, by boa tile aairiat, which dropped bombs without doings ver y much damage. At MIs hour Loedsm fully it ezxpetns as at taek from what es without Ir revenrrr e may asll "on high." It may be that by the day that this appears the Edward  Cas. l epeeted will have takes plres, but tas me thigs remalns oa al, that wua epectation strong that smeMl Is going to drop ae it. AMdes in ames to be the phleg marn tyat it always has baa. .O thllwe that th bolmbs wen Sdeeppae tio valags ale" faP hsa ai UlW raem I am late-i adst a...

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. — 29 May 1915

1 ITHE MADISO N JOURNAL. rEE BROS., Publishers TALLUIAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915 NEW SERIES--VO Drap RECLAIED d asp L LAND COMPANY s LARGE TRACT reel WEST END LINE. rew "dr PLANS ON HAND mix -I mei Reason Land Is Wt s sit "ihre Is No l.evee Protection. l cen the New Orleans- op Orleans Land Company wit eas on hand for the far- tice t of the Lakeview the the manl part of the of Pontchartrain. One of da -lgtod. Involves the 550 she between the New Ba- el te eenteenth Street in the Jefferson parish tr n the  ly marsh left th et the city. It may be the West End trauns and tr, and and gives a bad i.- I e bleauty. Plans Invol- t have been under s Sad me of the leading l 1ag a h oft has been hi 4 prouition to handle the Sathe la d. to Slead i s wet Is that Go aes proteetioa. The con is partial protection, but nd Strengh the canals and ac I Is n staed that the O r Ssra eplses to build tse me paets where it Is S seweragS and water ana is done will put a to tie len...

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. — 29 May 1915

Fame n' eimal Usm ofAmrica :. h?6P N Arhim When love labors it needs no over ser. There is no joy gained except when jet is given. Love is always on the market, but neesr om sale. CoaSidence In ourselves becomes egotIsm In others. The best cure for one's sorrow is are for another's. Our success depends upon what we do with our failures. "Is a rany-day job to fix the porch nd window screens. It takes only a little better feeding to double the profits. The life eounts for little that al ways eounts the eCet. Cr(wd the wiling colt or boy; make a balky'hboree or man. The entremist is seldom right - is why he gets left. Better tall trying to do right than saubeed in doing wrong. No day is more dangerous than one that dawns without its duty. No one ever holds a principle unless It is the princidpal thing he holds. It is n good deal easier to talk about fellag good than it is to walk about delas good Publicity is good ftr doubt. suspl elem, crookedness, and honesty-In short, it is a good ...

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. — 29 May 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal BOMBARDING THE DARDANELLES FORTS fi. . . . . o ... p ."· ..,: "? . . . . . . . ..... . . .. . ....:..,. " . - . . .: . . . i` .:.::.::·: .:·:· ·:·::.....::..:::::::::::::::::: bombardment of the Dardanelles the allies are making use of all available vessels. Merchantmen rmaforced and armed with smaller guns for the purpose of fighting close to the shore and dislodging ren their temporary earth defenses. The picture shows one of these converted merchantmen sen6 _ broadsido at the Turkish defenses on the shore. -- -- -- - -- -- - - -- -- -:~·~i ~ STEEL PONTOONS FOR THE YSER REGION "'C / A 4  v': ·'' · "-: : " . ' $ r:. .+r.Y i.. ··I:: * . *5w 1liu engineer eorps loading en railway emn the specalaly coustrieted steel pesteems designed for She vTar cm 1Sh .ammk at that v.1.._ FARM WORK AMIDST SHELLS h smed of the big as meary frebh peasem are l gagen U-.. for baraius nest go ea or there wold be mo food for The photo...

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. — 29 May 1915

te .Madison Journal. every Saturday morning. pencer ...................... Editor Shi L. Rountree .... __ ........_..Manager Jetaal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee the _Matihn Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. sts Jan. 10 190 at Tallulah, La., post office as second mal matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. urn iJomal Is not responsible for the views and onions ma mereapodeats, which may appear in its coumns. Madison Parish, La., Saturday, May 29, 191& ha The Louisiana Senate passed a resolu- o asking the Governor of Georgia to com- no the sentence of Leo Brank. Two lives were lost and sixty persons s in the tornado that swept through of homa Thursday. Judge Edwards,of the Court of Appeals, a few days ago. Special trains may qt ed to get the applicants for the vacancy ne Baton Rouge. of Asessor Joe Miller, convicted of killing e Ohlsen, of Vidalia, has been sen- & to fifteen years in the penitentiary. t appeal has been granted. al The Triumph and ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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