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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 August 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera TH for Readers of The Journal OF THE EASTLAND ON ITS SIDE, SOON AFTER IT TURNED OVER I EASTLAND DEAD AWAITING IDENTIFICATION IN TEMPORARY MORGUE pedersen. Sý "IL "1*) " . INGT BODYSUVIOFS A ONi1FO HEWEKDESLN K y.'-'4.'. '.... . ..t{.':. :'..!. 4... -4 4a ·.I. o oAtd o EASTLAND SURVIVOR - DIER WO RCOVEED ORE HAN50 BDIE : e <%· 41~1 ~~* S :rr~- :.-; a s .4 4· ~ J A Momtoinr mad me o abc ecoere ...-:: . ' 'N .,.'. 't'.. S'' hut tun r - to . . . . . . . .. .,... .... s . . .. . . a nt n1. A.:::. -. 41 •r Jert $, , 0 ' .s ., ti. - .-, J4T { MIlie . . . . .T" - - Th an NURSES AND DOCTORS WORKING O TER BODIES OF EASTLAND VICTIMS ag fot as tin 6-1 tC Iw i of sa at Ti th ST . tl eC hi ti ei SCENSES ONT WORECKEDING A ISEL SOWIN OF ESCUERSD AT WEORKE et ti 't a T Iu wh wer r d y r ~~·.4 -. .·- 6( ............................................... i~~~~- ' :: im ,i4 4c %irs~:.r~C J Kee ndhr auh Katherine~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ wh eetrw no kch.............'. ....

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 7 August 1915

. ., evel t.'. ec.e t ty ,. [r ,i t. , • + l . 1:.. t ,., . 1•" The United States " ,unb,.at rastine has en ordered to aiti. Now the Cis th fel _i J: ::r- ' "?)1 'l.u i: -j't, .; ufi. t : si f) O':r sympathy goes out to the Progres ve, following the announcement that Mr. - oosevelt has decided to stay in it. The United States grunboat Gastine has been ordered to Haiti. Now where is the fel low who said that we wanted peace at any price ! The American marines completely oc cupied Port Au Prince, Hati, Wedne.-ay. i is understool that they will occupy th a city for some time. It is neither courteous nor proper for the victor to crow over the varvuishe .; but Mr. IBarret will be excused, on the -rrounds that the victory was so smaP. that f really did not count at all. The labor unions tonnecte-f with the big munition plants are about ,o strike be cause the they have a plent r work. Pros perity is one thing' that a laKLor union can not stomach. The great po'atical maxim of Abe Lin coln s...

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. — 7 August 1915

iti """slsla Or ' Tai cN$varTITTiN OI Vt U.y Y.S.A. 6N ý a SHanlc k - "Father of the Revolution" N the Declaration of Inde- card parties, rich wines, socid dinners pendence his name may be read and festivities." Until the end of his spectacles. His signature life the people of Mi.;achu :c:ts loved the frst subscribed to the to honor him. In the stirring events s most famous State docu- preceding the Revolut:mn he w;s In the most realistic sense one of the most iLinfltil:ct. ti, maCmeri Hancock pledged his life and his of the Sons of Librty. To t i., t::s is to the cause of the Revolu- worker for American Ir...cndý ..ene , He was one of the richest men Liberty was the very brc.th of line. the colonies, holding investments He would have frowned con aany snks, breweries, stores, hotoel, legislation which would restrict tic: also owning a fleet of vessels. naturalrights ofnmn.andrwcu'!have seizure of one of these precipi- voted NO to prohlbit;on enact- I the Boston massacre. In Revo- m...

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. — 7 August 1915

The Czar's The Mystery of a Silent Love By Chevalier WILLIAM LE QUEUX Author of "The Closed Book," etc. Copyright by the Smart set Publishing Co. AVhnitD Ili t "I don't underatonA "" I eniA fannour. .7 ,.., sk ._. i_ L SYNOPSIS. -3 The yacht Lola narrwlyv -..;"tape wr.'ek In Leghorn harbor. (;oZrd.oln I;r.4;n . lt nuIn tenens for ithe. rlltisih r,tul. is call-'l 1Upon by llnrnhy,. th. I ,.i 's iown .r. and dines aboard with Il rn .itl his fri-in ,. Ifylton CIhat.r. .\t.uar l the v.a.-ht it.h ae ridentallv se"s. a r,.tri. full of arls and ammunitior n and a trn I ht.l44, r;ip.hi of :a young girl. That nicht tih. *.,,nsishi s:.tf" in rohb,.d an ,d the L o. i pllts ýsIai..nl " to sea. T"he polio find I t lI,.rrn I" is a fraudt at lith. 10 1 .s 1:ram1'' a falR- (on,. (frei 'g visits .'apt Il k hI irotr r .l .1 i t,'. lain'es aiard is aso and is vr p rtma .l to I 'le- n th; lt I qla r- l l I k no ,. ait will nlt ra.. l l. li. ii  y S of the . Iola. "It " "n. ,"rns a w..r.r n.." CHAPTE...

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. — 7 August 1915

BUll C~oum of America Tb tramn educ at tb men ~. Iama com ledge a man acquires agri to him. wit keep a stiff upper lip ter bone is limber. world better for your I and . It--that is success. sam everything to your lik- bust * things as they are. Ive t that is not used to i advantagesis wasted. tinu - agement is the most con in successful farm- H chil take much of a farmer he weeds where one grew oes the any man something lose -It-all. Don't waste of 1 b any kind of farming mu often the result of sho Je chance. mo farm-hand so faithful sol boy, if he has a share tho . farm. See that he gets not the duty of state and fed ts is to place agricul- is within the reach of cannot be helped until b Sanod the government can to - farmer through organ- me rmers put the same in- Idt ir farms that they do in a businese, they would gll w-l not heed advice, ess or carelessness. no why crops or stocks tH yers the American farm- U ed himself by an to let his politics inter- ti agriculture. qu with ma...

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. — 7 August 1915

HUERTA CHECKED BY FEDERAL AUTHORITIES .; " .O . Despite his protests that he was contemplating nothing wrong, General Iluerta was twice arrested by the federal officers in Texas. The preliminary hearing in the federal building at El Paso is here pictured. Those seated include: (1) Pascual Orosco. (2) Jose Zoraya. (3) Frank Alderete. (4) I. Alderete. (5) Victoriano Huerta. Sl8 Marelon Caraveo. REALLY IS CRUISER Latest German Submarine Is Formidable Fighter. Carries 4-nch Quick Firing Gun Which Fire 81.-Pound Projectile Which WiII Penetrate Ten Inches of Iron at Ciose Range. London.-That the latest German submarines are practically submerged light cruisers and carry guns which maske them fully as formidable in of feasive as vessels of the latter class, is the statement made by a leading meglish authority on naval matters. "When the war broke out," he said. "Germany. like the other sea powers, had a certain number of submarines that carried guns. These, however. were small weapons. The...

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. — 14 August 1915

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BEE BROS., Publishers, TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISILANA, SAYTURDAY, AUGUST 14, 191.5 NEW SERIE,--VOL. : NO. :i F THE WEL K IER WORL h IN OUR OWN AND COUNTRIES Y TOLD. FOR BUST IEN enkeat -ep Fled 6em eW to e £o6eveit 1- sick Est on ufast train. by eer hrsid she Sunday morning, nl the United States dm4ed the amotion for i take over the business 5 and 10 Cent Steres. I dspatches to the landon say that the recent ati- I io American Governmant I wl e mad another note I a reversal of British a political aspirations gekig to the holding e a i tle" said Wi-liam J. a spk at Portland, Ore. wre Iajred when the a veranda dining a roemo hote Ruckaway Bead - Ioverament i,m.m01 - na e, which has has peeved a failore. eas altles ia the war up as 32.1 akitled am t,222 Swas emfieay an eet. weres dwned at Vim SL They were. Mather sad Thelma FlUr,.. 12 SMarIe Bwer, t, d Pa.. and arms Uaitr "" " " B 4 chrry Tz• Pa. I .l S.s sIIeT hs st -eates ee, putante bebsspeks and Sbines...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 August 1915

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Eairnu - s -pecal Meitt ths Phsreine Auicururia The careful man shuts the gate. Faint heart ne'er won Dame For tune. One good Job holder protects an other. Bankers and farmers do well to get together Let not the sun go down upon thy mistakes. Aren't you glad you didn't kill that heifer calf? The man who is all for himself is all for a pretty small man. It is a poor policy to try and use the milking stool as a currycomb. Some men do not have to soar very high to live up to their ideals. Is this the "hottest weather you ever saw?" Almost every summer is Honesty can be silent as well as talkative. It's a wise man who knows when. It is poor policy to buy everything you want because you happen to have the money. "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise." Talk about hard times! Haven't you new potatoes and peas? What more could you ask for? It is not true that one man is as true as anoth...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 August 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal DRIVING THE RUSSIANS FROM POLAND .....................i. Aph :aken on one of the main roads followed by the Teu lc allies in their great drive against in t ilnI shows a division of German infantry marching to e battle line while Austrian infantry bt the' roadside. . A • h : - . ...I:. :...- i .| .. .- . . . convoy it Flanders str ct by a German shell. The ho dead. but the driver of them is pluckt to se to hip feet. is omeer has just reached his side. ___ n 1 ,l ~ e~~tvoy It. iqnw tutb omnsel h os eda.bttedive fthmi puk - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ·~ to dNt i et.H8ofer a utrace i ie H RUSSIAd PRISONERS AT s SYI ip Sa . 1/ - i"' .__-_ Io •  h •  wi n'. qa id ------------------ -------- PROTECTING ART WORKS The many famous structures Venlce have been protected again attack by the enemy aviators. TI cut shows workmen building a cove over the Colleonl statue by Verroechl ot which Rusktn said he did not b idrve a more ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 August 1915

. Edit or will b Manager It is a.. Vi-ll us T usih. p mai , gam Mlin wa dt M Eeo p iew. ad Je'just 1•. ..... .a. s .d 14.1L the g sow deny that pews pto to- WO pathe I ta hnerse in the spreed path mmed al men still daim tb titus isnot contagious. ¶- _I the' ' ewand Governor Hall have , istice in the gambling war w -te people of Jefferson bado * convention adopts it will, no doubt, pro eduction of the male tbadomnestic.-acenbe brch of gub abools. Li-e S..-- ---deft do pta fthedenocrats to cut out attc seesee is the third district is indeed sign TIssoble animal is almost ex- way ould be protectd in its lst ci are fao Bankers again anounos that pros- sto on the way, from which we gather arelsm ng as a result of hai tis -alsn It cost two hundred ee d dollars to defray the at gold shipment from ngmand tl , ated Stats. Fil tytwo millio. m old nade up the shipment, wblch t over n a battlhp consigned p &Co. 'ai M tt Stte Board of Equaliarss atn teat the aseesnent for 1915 wilt b mil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 August 1915

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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. — 14 August 1915

We CZAD'3 3>Y ~e(7AP'5 5P)Y - The 1¶yjtery of a Silent Love rhpevahlr WIM'LLIA LI QIJEUX L AUTHORfTIllnCLOJED OOK" ETC. ILLURATIONS C*DRIODSd Lg Ai li TEA SYNOPSIS. -4 The yacht Lola narrowly escapes wreck ib Leghorn harbor. Gordon Gregg. locum tenens for the British consul, is called 'on by 'Hornby. the Lola's owner, and dines aboard with him and his friend. Hylton ('hater. Aboard the yacht he ac cidentally sees a room full of arms and ammunition and a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the consuls safe Is robbed and the Lola put* suddenly to sea. The plice find that Hornhy Is a traud and the Lola's name a falso one. Gregg visits Capt. Jack Durnford of the marines aboard his vessel. and is cur prlsed t. learn that Durnford knows, out will not reveal, the mystery of the Lola. "It concerns a woman." In ,Lon don Gregg is trapped nearly to his death by a former servant. Ollinto, who repents In time to save him, but not to give a rea son for his treachery. Visiting in Dun, S...

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. — 14 August 1915

SICKENSI IT SALIVATES! £ DON'T STAY BILIOUS CON$TIPITED "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver Cleansing You Ever Had-Don't Lose a Day's WorkI - akes you sick; you lose a i Calomel is quicksilver i ; calomel injures your i ' , bilious, feel lazy, sluggish s.cked out, if your bowels and your head aches is sour, just take a spoon Dodson's Liver Tone using sickening, salivating Dodson's Liver Tone is real e. You'll know it next Sbecause you will wake up your liver will be work. beadache and dizziness gone. h will be sweet and your gegular. You will feel like You'll be cheerful; full of ambition. ruggist or dealer sells you a oettle of Dodson's Liver Tone WOOD'S FEVER PILLS have stood the teat as the best retdy for Chills and Fever and all Bilious and Malarial Diseases Once tried always used. Sold by your dragsit. -e, DR. WM. WOOD & Sons, CAIRO. L. 1e. A WI= !I IY~0 Ii •O Irra •III S served Him Right. was one thing more than that he prided himsel! on. it the it of his c...

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. — 14 August 1915

FIST. TEAR ,- WAI j IE RE WEST The Brt, month and s half of the wetrn campaign was made up ol starting, swift moves. On Septembei 12, ater the defeat on the Marne, the Oermaas took up defensive positions alson thb Atmne rivre. .The ten and a halt month since Jhen have seen a lsg deadlock. The battle line .f the Aisne and the OlIe qulckly extended northeast to the sa. Plghting a been continuous, Witt tremeadous losses. The general aituation has.. remained unchanged, ptals p a few miles for one side at meo tn . offset by minor gains for the eofsmy In other sectors. At the beginning of August the kaiser took possession of the little stateo' of Luxemburl and demanded passage t rough Belgium to the Fran es-Belgian frontier. hrmisslon to pass dnled, Von hieam .ttacked .4gq, (August 4). while jhr German armies pasad aroe th city and swept over. the level Belgian roads at terrific rate. The little Belgian army yielded Brus els and fell back to Antwerp and Oheat First Big Erpegement. Not unt...

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. — 21 August 1915

*. THE M ADISON JOURNAL. UNTREE BROS, Pablshers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH; LO ISIANA, 8ATURDAY,.AUGUST 21, 191t5 NEW YERIEW --SOL. : NO. :T g g a ~~I i lMin I MI M 1 SOF THEWEEK 1h O0ER WORLD IN OUR OWN AND log HER COUNTRIES 1 WIEFLY TOLD. Si to ITEMS FOR BUSY MEN i -. Newn Cedmestlems t Hi wiriest Coemmes-AM NaSe m ,b to y gl amd Iatruet. kil tie German ship 8teitnbeck,. which loading lumber at BelliUng Swhich tinteraned t Eagle th as been sold to American Ta ""m to aighthour day with the same Shertofore paid for 12 hours' will be granted to all employee hi Gulf Reflaing Co. at the Port le and Port Worth rlineries. boarus proposition recently by the laomobile Co. ot Amer A its employes was rejected at a A aof employs. pl e Church, which was de by tire by militant suffragsts e 1, 1114, Is being rebuilt. In A the tower the discovery has el male that the present easing of bi covers the original Norman George sanctioned the etab t of a medal to be known as val general service medaL This...

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. — 21 August 1915

JOE FOLK'S COBBLESTONES Samuel Huston Thompson, assist ant attorney general, and Mrs. Thomp son were at dinner one night with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Folk. After dinner it was suggested that the party should go up to the Folk residence to listen to some graphophone music. So they all started. On reaching there Mr. Folk put his hand in his pocket to find his keys. He took his hand out of that pocket and sought `.' another pocket. Then he tried his right vest pocket, then his left vest pocket, then other of his numerous pockets in rapid succession. Then he left the vestibule and walked down the steps, leaving his wife and two friends in the doorway. Across the street was a pile of cob blestones. Carefully selecting a fine round stone, he retraced his steps and entered the vestibule again. There was a smash of glass, and a large hole appeared in the Folk " front door. Joe Folk inserted his hand therein and unlocked the door from the inside, bade his friends enter, and In a few minutes the ...

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. — 21 August 1915

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal PROTECTED BY SEVENTEEN FLAGS . ... :i. ~~.- ·i-PPa - ·--· is the Red Cross hospital in Mexico City which the troops of General Obregon began to sack. The relief commission thereupon made up the standard of 17 flags, seen above the entrance, which were Sby the diplomatic representatives of as many countries. Stern protest against the proposed vandalism sad Obregon ordered his men to desist. ITALY IS USING THE AMERICAN MULE - l riea males, bought ia great numbers befbre the outbreak of the war between Italy and Austria. form th4 ofr u tresonuae wervaice. : ARMENIANS REPULSING THE TURKS "A eae In the trenches of the Armelnians in the "Gardens" just outside ilty of Van. in Asiatic Turkey, du'nltg the recent slege of that place 6 Turks. Before the Armenians could defend themselves a number of --wr massacred by the Turks. The majority of the Armenlans, who lrlstians, ied to the American mission compound and directed their...

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. — 21 August 1915

pi . - - ---- · - -. The Madison Journal. Published every Saturday morning. George Spencer ........... .......Editor I W. L. Rountree ............ Manager c Official Journal of Madison Parish. Fifth Distri, t L.eveei Board. Madison Parish School Board and Village of fra:luah. Entered Jan. 1i 1,al 3 at Ta!ulah. La.. post officer t is; =cond jlass mail matter under Act of C.,nre.ss of March '.  . The Journai ii not re.ponsih!e for the views and opinions I of corr"spond,.nts, which i:ay appear A? its culumng. Talluirah, Madison Parish. Lj., Spturday, August ?l, 1 15. t In the storm Thursday the parish of Cameron was a gret sufferer, many cattle I having been drowned by the overflow of: lnarsh lands which constitute a large pro portion of that parish. The situation in Poland looks extreme ly gloomy for the allies, the Russians being daily pushed back. So far the retreat has been orderly, and the Russians have able to b, protect their lines fairly well. The disaster to the Russian army...

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. — 21 August 1915

PinI kneys -"Fathers of the Republic" r.g SouthC rolina'bracstgift easy to imagine the horror that these Rcpubiic was the splen- two great lovers of Personal Liberty of her two great sons- would have expressed if shown the Cotesworth Pinckney and proposed Prohibition Laws of to-day. ncy. It can truthfully be It is needless to say that if alive they SPinckneys that their love would VOTE NO to such tyrannous we as greater than their love encroachments upon the NATURAL and deeper than their love of RIGHTS OF MAN. The Pinckneys played an important part both believed in the moderate use of iLouisiana Purchase"-the light wines and barley brews*They an envoy to France, was also behoeed in legislation which en the use of money would couraged the Brewing Industry, be and to this replied: "Mil- cause they knew that honest BIrley " dfense, but riot one cent for Beer makes for true temperance. For Both devoted their eminent j8 years Anheuser-Busch have been d framing our National brewers of hon...

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. — 21 August 1915

" The Mystery of a Silen Love " r WILLIA LE QUEUX AUT R *f ~~n CLO3tD DOOK' £fl ILLU5TRATIONS 4 C-DRI1ODE~S VUfltDlIA I inurt's nnAPr *wnmatraanh r a ha was SYNOPSIS. C -6-- a The yacht Loli narrowly escapes wreck U in Leshorn harbor. Gordon Gregg. locum teonams for the British consul, is called upon by Hornby. the Lola's owner, and I dines aboard with him and his friend, lylton Chater. Aboard the yacht he ac cidentally sees a room full of arms and I ammunition and a torn photograph of a young girl. That night the consul's safe a robbed and the Lola puts suddenly to sea. The police find that tlornhy is a fraud and the Lola's name a false one. Gregg visits Capt. Jack Durnford of the f marines aboard his vessel, and is sur rlsed to learn that Durnford knows, ut will not reveal, the mystery of the ii Lola. "It concerns a woman." In Lon- n don Gregg is trapped nearly to his death by a former servant. Olinto. who repents In time to save him, but not to give a rea- a son for his treacher...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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