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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 June 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915 NEW SERIES-VOL. 3 NO. 28 a ATE TERMS " - D AL SESSION GOES ORLEANS TO CON SEPTEMBER Mý. BIG SMAJUITY e and Debt Issu. m1.isi Pram the Olsoeelen d Batal Bosse.-- t iabt vL·ks from the Ph the Pismat nsurgmut osmbIl Mthe Boro" dsamM toe t d tae ssns I br esvs1 m T-- Ibts l fee"" frm lb dº~ * t ws sa Itw e k the tol. brems ' ir eomINs o Mpart. ek mm'. wa s-d a~I a eotS at IK 1. by s. avsat It to mvmdatiu bll thus !sl legsvebt stale t he swmor tar Ua3fr se iamwers !eassu up Re me - of the cbaitw"s I thers r whith has attsdsi ofl the BSudhar bill °ssh "moms. The `.#[ the fimgte wbliei ýe the mesa bor. boot the mmaueim1 by ou'bg the toawe to the na t! Now Outam as iot 0.WmdI the 01kmo Mideemt at to eme"from - te: ear md be - ss4' by the Usmsle AM 1ýwrL - - Cfra rU -u~ i W: C" "-l Mogen bk :S siee~rr isý 7I' ails. b pledse Y Itr spýt a.. ibmtws OS the bmw *ro a 513~ Olube ALL -Ak - 3 -l~ he *...

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. — 19 June 1915

SPAPAL SECRETARY OF STATE Italy's partliclpation in the Euro pean war necessarily involves to a certain extent the Holy See and the pope, and makes more important than usual the papal secretary of state. Cardinal Pletro Gasparrl, who holds that high office, is a man of undoubted ability and long expertence in church and diplomatic affairs. He was born at Capovallssa di Ussita, In central Italy, on May ,5 1852. In his younger days he taught ' theology in the Pontifical Roman seminary, and canonie law at Propa sanda Plde; and he was barely twen ty4ght when he was appointed pro femsor of law in the Instltut Catho lque of Paris, where be spent in echol arlly pursuits nearly twenty years In 1898 he went back to Rome to reeelve his appointment as apostolle delegate to Per, Bolivia and ecuador; along with the title of archbishop of Caesarea uin partlbus infidelium." His American delegation lasted four years and was crowned with satisfactory results n bvery way. He was then made seeretary 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. — 19 June 1915

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal , WAR SCENES IN SOUTHWEST AFRICA .....:................. .:: -i-:: :....... ::" :* .4,.,. - ...::... eveats err home have caused to be almost forgotten the fact that the greet war has Involved - YThese pleitres show, above, a British tnvading force In Southwest Africa crossing the desert sands sharp Ire; and, below, ems of the heavy guns used by General Botha In his Invasion of German territory BRITISH COLONIALS OFF FOR DARDANELLES SeelIa essab phtegraphed as they weft ,Ieavidg Calte to fake part In the operatioms against the forts kedmen ,-, : ,-i ;·n · ---_ :ki e . .. . .. .. ... .. ~ COMANRI OF ITALY'S ARMIES a Lds. c.s y.....--a Sm . a th arumi a taI. CROWN PRinCE AND HIS UNCLE Uw'. E u•jima er - Sr!`Y 7 ESCAPED FROM LUSITANIA J Ayai., Cuab osral semeral at Liwrpasi, was ems of the fortumst pasi rins ra the Lsitamlm, fOr he esape with his it, is the eartems outit of lethIag sm whic he it here phuotosesphed. "eO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 June 1915

;Ila Madison Journal. - W ps .aee E...._ditor L. lomntreee _ anager w J... or ma.< e..so. mtah i Ditsetl Lawr.  e. Nu. Pai a eldi Bard dad Vilage, at Talmm ilb. iJm. iM no t Tles La., past ees a. seead - - seow e. ado Act of gr Marth , 18n9. . iswl seat reparlMe for the views sad euepema.s, whitb may appear La ite i. iha,, me arashV , La., Sotsday, Juai 19, h 15. S The quaarations of a candidate can be + sm rld by the number of promises he amsks. In arrivingat theresults the rule ofit ierse ratio should be applied. We now have abot two months left in wlMeh to c.mp. a listof Louisiana tax degers, who are responsible fo the calling d the constitutlional convention. This list .hould be handed in to the convention, in ' er that the glty may receive proper t at the hande o the members. A carload tof wheat shipped from ,o.dr, Comok perish, Iouisian, was . to reao at La is. The wheat p Nr No. 3 Reed sold for $L17 per eehr IL The entire car brought $72L 1sgnaw peop are Wlig over one ...

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. — 19 June 1915

eah for yoar Oats 6rain Company and 8hilppeU of Grain la.. ad Tddfi, la.. Sanrmh Stims tLUWlia Grain Co. is pepared to handle either aked or in lk and pay CASH n basie of consistent market prices in any delivered to Tallulah, Lake Providence, or rro-din etation slay be tacn dby phone or letter at the Hotel, Tallulah, La. References: State TaUIah; Fst National Bank, Lake Prova Day Co., St. Louis, Mo. ) aemr are eaperienumd grain men, and by fair and coureous taestment to merit and a tlon Im D. Parrot A GR CO. F. B. Cockrell 1W. P. Crawford. Sell until you see us. b "w- Jt. d ddldr,. h weikt vlulhm MIl- a ~I4Yidea Ws, I. I.T~wd ~dskWtdl U it Jaely , U' ?m llm af 'ftos, e' raI, at Vtdm t Uinq kdd- after e 1W1 Ni- x ý --.I- 11 L1 ot ; - Ur~ a[ SeýAmr. Yiaw b 7.b !rb'i'ned loo h t 'lieu ýi'l sitb i re'd ý be.w I_ CrL- --~, ·- - Whit fer due 01WIMe MtnhVO wedi mY E~Y s ý - Me. b tee ..I swi myu ... rw.ý. aw u .- Lwt OWs" to~ -~i V. Yei 35 ""a forp Amd net the V LduO . Gotltouch with us. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 June 1915

]aLk5I WIIITE Y wAr -. AAPD ~ff*** SYNOPSlS. -11 I the New Toek home f James Bred. 1 w Frederic. toells Lya Demonýd 1 _____ of a message 5.saUnoncltf ater's marriags. Brood ad hi bls I assan Ih wls FresrWs liking at irst Seen. Brood sbows dislike rd wiled ihs at rs his sn. Lydia sad Mrs. Brood Sa the Jade-room, where Lydia wrks as Brod's secretary. Mr Brood makes Ia the household and ea her comest to sen Yr. Demon awar. me theelnates Frederic. 0 to Bear Raab, Brood's Hia d4u avmt, I s rt t nan or ces se ea r and sic, re ers his atb-es East l sto samt belief in magic, fears ua evikM Brood tells the etery of Ran M to his guests. "He killed a wom who was unfaithful to him. Yvonne lwith Brood. yredrle and Lydia e aM a ches s board. Brood, tells Lydia that Frederie let seai , and that bhe has brought to kill his hase at the proper wa eths Ldtdia reesr to Lho not to o tel of his ua* but eIS turned from her Sat dinner with Dawes Is selesd with an Impulse of duty. sad masr a queer apre...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 June 1915

mi .,, ord.pm MCt Ptio.' Roofhg TCat PD " Trying to i guarma trh a -f lary 1, 2 ad new l l t as tee is baced omyouan M e oalr a - . " uI aid Mrs Bleecher, "It team wauld wrin a game been loing steadily Oed . the you took any interest - her friend. pto I want a new gown, b ap se asing John for it ab butter humor." on AND RASHES " uing Seetheod by Cutl Trial rus. t elsanse and purity, the i soethe and heal. Rele. of Ilvow the use of these th mollents and indicste amgute healmeat most th and old even when the th heys Utterly iled. fase by mail with book. Cattyr. Det. XT. a evaywher.-Adv. a legermatie.n latemisslo of a Josef a In a New Jersey m glmelag through the to the followings ad "Thersday Dye., March a hall. Philharmsalc of OW Yrk. Soloist-Zia- ft to her companlon, a me, rm nm t vey In e~wahls to truamtes, but r* C for Avinatrs, p arstta designad for ens emmulting of wings psd eanopy, wera the hbedy and omsaing  he ,flls. so Ci a C . Ii artherltee was asked d "n love t mev at I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 19 June 1915

ISEU TIEWEEIl 0FRO OIER WORLD 'HAPPENINGS IN OUR OWN AND OTHER COUNTRIES IRIEFLY TOLD. SHORT ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN Week's News Coedeastleno Re viewed Without Cemmeont-AI Nations Find Semewhat to Edify and tIstrut. Bulidlags coverlig three acres, 100 Red Cross motor ambulances and 200 army motor vans, all ready for deliv cry to the sovernment, were de stroyod at London when the motor works of Brian, Hughes A Strachan at Park Royal brned. The total number of men for the army and navy sanctioned by Eng lish parliament for service so far in the present war s 3,000,000,000. The repot that Capt. Thiericbens of the Germna cruiser Prins Eltel SDiedrich has bee arrested at Alge elras for violating his internment pa role was denied by the commandant of the Norfolk navy yard. The American tank steamer Gulf light, which was torpedoed by a Ger men submarine off the Scilly islands May 1 and for damage to which the German government has offered to pay an Indemalty, sailed from St. Marys ior Rorea. Th...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 June 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. TREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 26,191 NEW SERIEVOL . .. . . . .... . . .. ... . . . . . . "OB .....be - .. a il=,=,= • •- - ••• " " - CLEMENCY BE A MURDERER." ERNOR, SHOULD HE FRANK TO HANG. ANT BLOOD ON HANDS Started to Harangue Crowd Hall Steps, But Were By Extra Poliemnwen. - Leo M. Frank's death was commated to life t by Governor Slaten. An of the governor's deret a few hours after Frank secretly taken from the jal harried to the State prison ledgilla Frank was sa sa be banged for the mualr " lpba in April 1lt. eatesn till was at his Tb bhome when he nounoned his ecou  the ease over the tale Engi in making this annoneaement ek' di-tated the tollowting ce I ask is that the people of end my statement of the ra. I eommuted Leo . FPrak's gitmee to life impriomeat rsy pass jugmast. as I do about this ase, I Ss murderer if I alowed this hag. It may mesa that I Siobsourety the rst of m I wiMid rather be plowing this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 June 1915

*Of "FIGHTING ARCHIE" HUNTER Sir Archibald Hunter, whom Lord Kitchener placed in command po the third British army, has built up, during his forty years of service. a reputation for valor which the most seasoned campaigner might envy; moreover, he is loved and trusted by his soldiers, who know him as "Fight Ing Archie." His brilliant career began with the Nile expedition. and later in the Sudan campaign he was severely wounded at Guiss, and was reward for his services with the D. S. 0. In Egypt Sir Archibald Hunter was Lord Kitchener's right-hand man, and be commanded a division which was present at K. of K.'s triumph at Khartoum. During a period of fifteen years' almost continuous fighting Sir Archb bald earned nineteen decorations and orders, and created a record by be- i ing promoted to the rank of general r after only twenty-two years' service In t the army. If the aliser is well acquainted with the history of the South r African war, he will know that he has a dangerous antagon...

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. — 26 June 1915

!News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal LANDING OF ALLIES ON GALLIPOLI PENINSULA of• .o.ts...e.w:- le .n p ir y penin:ul'. They are being towed by pinnacesfrom the battleships. Just a few moments after this "4- Sh . semarkable photograph, one of the London Mail's prise pictures, was taken "somewhere in Prance," and "1u1s shelbl burtling over a house. ·· :······· ·: j~:44M.4· ~~U:6Y:·~~~~ '4W rt ~ :··:i·:··.; * .PRAISE FOB BRAVE A~iATORSs 4'4 Ku Ptan Joeý for zome dai ezpo tt. R 5 rim R ·I1PLýlf :iibilIl y bu tr uauLo to tMe aw. to mtia fo te ,Tq are inwjl S p ,tt e " mt eupre 4.4 RUSSIAN JOAN O.F ARC MI lof Mae. Kokortaeva, recently awarded the Cross of St. George for bravery, is the colon colonel commanding the Sixth Ural cossack regiment She has been twice waondel I batte. The Ideal Many are the changes that have been reas on the stolen-embrela oke. and a fresh one has been printed Is the Tattler. On the eotlee board ln an lpswleh reading toom there re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 June 1915

The Madison Journal." r Uisathed every saturday moetasrl . George Spencer ....... Editor W. L Rontree .........................Manager Oedal Jomnal of Madisma Parish, Fifth District Levee Boasd. Madisea Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. Entered Jan. 10 1908 at Tallub, La., post dlce as second elss mail matter under Act of C of March 3. 18u9. ThunJeurl is not responsible for the views and f earreponadats which may appear la its Ilelh, MadIson Parish, La.. Saturday, Jane I, 191L .We hope that the back.sliding of Mr. Bryan will not affect his drawing qualities as a lecturer. The Russian has one advantage over his enemies-he has much more room to re treat in. The suffragettes have announced that they are making preparation to moveon the onstitutional convention. We knew this convention would wind up with trouble. Harry K. Thaw is having another out ing. This time the question of his sanity is beingtriedbya jury of his peers. We anfldentially expect to see him released. The fa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 June 1915

SELL GRAIN And net the producer highest cash price tainabla Get in touch with us. hCotton ilCo. T i , L , m A Card to Owners ural Telephone Lines gam zao to s dt an31 los .waed by sad oaam"ea w.iha me kept a suchb a a t el e servicem Whsere the eld r a rsepesle bi An their upkeep. a oraee wih b them Sthelet srvice l to be bobla ed. We at .every Mae omanneced with ra be athat eMce a year, mad that at leat eme bodeph o- man assist Ia this work. The w-ek whe divided amol g a the patrons Slearvice, aowseas ret @ weal ispho s lls a this sea. esper-eacla trouble with their service, we their elklag the amter over with our or wrld. fully. We will gladly do as toward espi yoes hapmve the co. OB PRINTING THE KIND YOU WANT CAN BE OBTAINED FROM US Jbr au to haojbrtArs e sgt teov Arr -sd as yur order r yor printrig. our per Meet of *otiomarg, order bstnks, eter hid ofprietiusp se .., aund lat as .dwsfr rhat iU weeded. mass seemmail, buetit i wi get pose with our wrk d once your orders -r -g a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 June 1915

R15 WISIIE tGORGL DARR MCCUTCIION LtRION RAY WALTERS V AM t, YA"D* C Al4110 D AW r '1CV CHAPTER XXVII-Continued. -12 He obeyed. "See! There Is no one oear." He held open the door to the hall. "You must speak quickly. I am to leave this house in an hour. I was given the hour." "Ah, I can see by your face that you hate him! It is well. That is some thins. It is but little, I know, after all I have wished for-but it is some thing for me to treasure-something for me to take back with me to the one sacred little spot in this beastly world of men and women." "Tou are the most incomprehen sible-" "Am I not beautiful, Frederic? Tell me!" She came quite close to him. "You are the most beautiful woman In all the world," he said abjectly "And I have wasted all my beauty I have lent it to unloveliness and it has not been destroyed! It is still with as, Is It not? I have not lost it in-" "You are beautiful beyond words beyond anything I have ever im agined," said he. suddenly passing his hand ov...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 26 June 1915

IsaB rdet to keep house if in but a woman who is fering from an aching buirden. I this condition has good kidney trouble.especial action seems disordered. Pills have cured thou women. It's the best special kidney remedy. Mrs. Joseph CGr.. iElm St., Mrrillton. A r k.. says: "1 couldn't straighten on ac 'count of the terrt ie pains in my back. My feet and ankles swellUed to twice their normal sise and I had about given up hope of a cure, as doctors had failed. My health im proved rapidly on KIdney Plls and before is good health. I have  rousit sce." hi PILLS CO, IIUIALO . N.Y. RSMITH'S L TONIC rO eilable remedy S:MALARIA p: swell uasdults. Seldl sri Si bwl"es at amug saee -- g s~as t rimy. sw am Menument. sad the business bodies of Washington have a5 themselves friendly to it is a common remark ocials and travelers -i the United States that 1t Washington a greater la ese development than section of our country. ag- o in e memoration of friendship existing be pople and the citizens o...

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. — 26 June 1915

TROOPS IN EGYPTIAN .HOTEL GARDEN D . '". Guards' tents in the garden of the Hieliopolia Palace hotel in Egypt. Over the main entrance of the hotel fly the Union Jack and the Red Cross flag. as the building is used as the Australian general hospitaL. .. .:.: .: <- .i. . . •·- · .·:r .t :... •.. - . ... . . . . i.<:::. , ..... :..-:.:i:  -' :: :'': .: .... :.n. Ourd' ensIn the,: gadno h el :lsPlcehtlI gpOe h al nrneo h oe Quhe s Unint Jaknd the gRded ross aL athe biplding Paaehtis used t ae the Autrlan general c hosptal hoelD DOSGE IOE MONTHS British Soldiers, Separated From Command, Have Exciting Time. Play Hide and Seek With Germans for Nine Months, Croes Frontier Iehind Enemy's Lines and Escape Into Holland. Rotterdam.-There have Just cross ed the Belgian frontier behind Ger man lines and come into Holland, six British soldiers. These men were at Mons, in the tragic days of August. and were cut off from their regiment In the great retreat. They crept through the encircl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 July 1915

/ hANGE THE MADI ON JOURNAL. E. BROS.. Publishers TALLU'LAH, MA ON PARISH, LOUISIANA, nATURI)AY, JULY 3, 1915 NEW E ERIES--VOL. : NO). :I THE WEEK 1 IER WORLD ..ýt IN OUR OWN AND COUNTRIES LY TOLD. FOR BUSY MEN -t Condenlatlens Re. Comment-All IUMd Somowhat to a Istruet ry activities i ths navy department to Eadser Washington to of Charles B. Monday, of the defunct La Hank of Chicago, of Lorimer was president, dispatch from Berlln a declartlon of war y by Italy is immi .e Reginald A. J. Warne lieutenant killed In France, was buried with full naval honors be. @-0 Duane of Illinois signed bill" which provides of Injunction against im - and allows sheriffs to -a complaint. Hamlton, a wealthy eattle owner of a La Platte, Ind.. LM., is dead in the hospital t of Injuries when he was passin tral. *55 day, designated by the ps eametico, was observed - Wash., with a parade and were affirmed by supreme court and the was died. The date of will be on August .l cabinet resigned, the sqdedagn t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 July 1915

A MODERN PORTIA To Miss Lucille Pugh. the criminal lawyer of New York. belongs the dis tinction of being the first of her sex to defend a man accused of murder This honor Miss Pugh accepts with the same unassuming frankness that characterized her conduct in the de fense of Leroy Poindexter. the negro. whom she saved from the electric chair. Thanks to the skill with which Miss Pugh handled the case the first jury disagreed, and at the second trial she obtained a verdict of manslaughter in the second degree. When trying her now famous case, Miss Pugh made a remarkable picture Standing but an inch over five feet, her auburn hair parted at the side and drawn tightly around her shapely head, her brown eyes glancing from the tense face of the accused negro to the jury of twelve white men, her right hand outstretched in an appeal ing manner toward them, her left in dicating the prisoner, she subtly sought to force into the minds of her hear ers the innocence of the man she was defending. O...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 July 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal INISPECTING LUNDON'S WOMEN VOLUNTEERS --/ Charleworth riding along the ranks of er khaki girls as the members of the \V omen Volunteer re -lsd In England. Tho women are made to drill as strenuously s are the recruits of Kitehener' army. NEW PROTECTIVE PAINT FOR WARSHIPS + 1e hot.maPh o emsp oe at at w isaN of the afler in the Drdaelsad sows the new "dappled" protecv ANS STUBBORNLY HOLD TRENCHES This photograph, taken during the heat of battle while the Germans attempting to drive the Belgians from a position In the trenches, shows saUSelrs of King Albert's army, armed with machine guns, fighting des y against the heavy odds of the Germans. In the foreground one of brave defenders of the trench is seen lying dead. YALE'S NEW BOATHOUSE * e m . . . jast oomleted at New Loadoa, Coa., for the Yale rew. Th Matest bmwe Tl s ar erws tarm s O elas a the Thri-s ITALY'S FIGHTING RULER King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, here phot...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 3 July 1915

The Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. George Spencer ..- ..... ..Editor W. L Rountree -.... ......_.. Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board and Village of Tallulah. atered Jaa. 10 1903 at Tallulah, La., post office as second ela. mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Tb Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, which may appear in its columns. Tailulah, Madison Parish, La.,: Saturday, July 3, 1915. Fifteen cases of pellegra have been re ported from a point fifteen miles from Little Rock, Arkansas. Government officials have been called upon to assist in controlling the disease. This looks very much like the dis ease is contagious. This government has another contro versy with Germany growing out of the destruction by submarines of the British steamer Armenian and in which about twenty Americans lost their lives. The vessel was loaded with mules and the Ameri can...

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