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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 22 February 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTI$E BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON' PARISH, LOUISIANA, ATU II)A Y, FEBI"'ABlY I 2, 1913: I MEET IN ! CRESCE.CIT T The as LODGE DECIDE, NbT TO I SyOV FROM NEW ORLEANbI Ge TO ALEXANDRIA. din Au i SE0EL OLD STRUCTURE deo goc bet ----aperUnion News ithrvwn r lom is to eassia .la. Irew Or- sn ' ri has withdrawn from an "a secure the instltation. The rot saple will, remain were it an t will undergo wholesie re- . The steep spectacular root wh b- i dse away with, and when the bilding will have tbhe ap et any other. eo inial me Id has i sreuetions to con s u"tr lnate a size saffellt et sr the klode's present abode,  a i a wowaawe for a bis 4seu tre nest few years. hFor e as aeteatprsm- that l seat a ie awbe Iwitaalled. or pebill be contlnued for ea an lA ed commeecal pr- In wi has seatini to the su-Jeo S ,s ..-iaster ad many an .Ter'ests, either ' a p l r asok beld* st iir. The temple is sfew agthe gea' prodge'se asbe, ac SIo~red to assemblI n Ig d C dathe...

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 February 1913

car *e ~rsphL~r ~ CjWhittak..'u PlacC Calla rii, Etc. Nmllworth Youz4 d C~rv~ir.3.~ I1~I·L·I·CI Id SYNOPSILS. k Kesilah CoRin. supposed widow. Is S to move from Trmet to Bos- L S& lngs the death of her brother, whom she had kept house. Kyan widower. ofers marriage, and Is I tly refused. Capt. Elkanah Dan- g le aer of the Regular church offer a place as housekeeper for the t mlinister. and she decides to remain ' armet. Keiah takes charge of Rev. .y Ellery, the new minister, and gives ? advice as to his conduct toward emsbers of the parish. Ellery causes a ometion by attending a "Come-outer" 7 in ng. Ellery's preeence is bitterly re. eassi 1by Een Hammond. Nder of the ing. Grace apologises for her t a and llery escorts her home In fain. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's becomes a hero by bringing the inte port safely through fog and I llery fnds Kediah writing a let ` be som.eoe, iong money iare- b to a dman she is curi uly a when Informed of the arrival of ale on asKeth, and t deve ' Sa...

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 February 1913

HL WRONG COAT By HAROLD MacGRATH Iun r ' Tolr Man on the Bo," "'The Goo.e Gi," Ec 4gsftbH tb bo-ubbSM IIWUnyw) r it haLts rained at Wa- erty w fe eb gapoleon hight not like a lave ank to the obscure theater l l • i cigar label; if drama lars wife (whose name, faire. at tli particular moment, I at I al to recollect) hadn't the po isd are d, many's the rumorist the ma V wodld be shy sundry half dollars; I could SMIly hadn't met Calypso, Penel- war or  lktiag would have been accom- And s go i a reasonably small compass in ove . lme thuai if. on the morning of with , t e th, a hblssard hadn't romped off the r . the Atlantic. there wouldn't tracted e say wrong coat The day cold. hsd beeo treacherously warm gomo - Ib pmu and I had ibne about their a =s without any coat. It is al- thing S se emingly ifitnitesimal good s at Count heaviest in the inal as a m has tr dboa't gn two blocks from Mou- girl w; alst dight, when I note the name " t I was wearing a coat that ever, belag to me. With a...

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 February 1913

of Madison Pariah Journal of BShool Board. i J3ournal of Leve Board. c . re - ".Pel rnal tows of Taliulab .u-aULIs"')V sunTY SATURDAY. UI ni =' "1 RMR OR eR5sCRItPos: ON tl.80 PER ANNUM. do lnoRO3 1r4CacnR. Editor. ab ve Snternd Jan. 10, 1903, at Tallu IhJa, A.. an second-.lSm mail si, - attr., unnler Act of Congreo ,Cliarcb 8. 1879. pr ", w JfORNAL is not respon sthle for h theri sad opifalonsooorrespodents Ita sappe0utl iN its solamns. de TAt" .a.A LA., FnrUARY 22,1918 t heiote .1 of the Misis (Selesatue Amerlesm.) la fIe Sioentifc American in the idi lauuesays: Co º t flood of the Misis- te. River of lastyear-the larg- on l iaeeorded history-when the 8H we *ver-topped or car- tw away bodily, and vest areaM Sr she tifley were inundated, hjs Ba a doubt in the minds of be pmelic as to whether; the ac tEu by revetment an estnuction aof levees was d a ,,ailbae. This doubt hat do _ hwal expressed in msay the .iheh  have been pub- sit daraing the past yeas, in pr -aolums of tie ...

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 February 1913

Sede rd PewnL Hoa. David M. Evans made a businem trip to Vicksburg this week. Horn. . O. Rhodes is in the city to day. " Mr, Josiah P. Scott editor if the Tesas Gazette, from St. Joseph was in t:,wn Monday. frs A. C. Willett was here eas visit this week. Mijor 0. W. Campbell, the eScient Secretary of the Levee seard, made a business trip to Vidatia this week. : r. N.H. Lewis who now Shelds an important position with jurwis Helgason Bros of Vicks &, grbeg, was in town the early part Sthe week. ] ia Nomie Goffof 1rovidence E .Js visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mike 8 reina. a .I;st sheet music just recei at the New Drug Store. Mit.t. C. Agee was in town a ''week. S4nis (Bed) Wilhroi was in te g manent ame. a iuga0dgg. Sthe frnal eeun.t at r. Pat. UI. BremtU a, o mea , h atesr S as, asms ta, ata - r the hmm law t e am& , -eIeral chaesri that aue `o r a u tas-4p, a" ash whatwoe rsndb ae eaftes. I 2a01rry r* aenrt.' bI I .W.Uby tsm, aM NtOW n L b r. caa at fCraft that ta a 1le s s a...

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 February 1913

iWe WAASHNG IO on hE yb la 0 so one of the world's CO heroes, probably, have I more monuments, stat- am ues and other enduring th tributes been erected an than to him who was so ne war, rst n peace and ,..,. a frst in the hearts of his Ti 4 countrymen." Euasly the aaest Imaportant and most imposing of ro all the memorials existing or project o . d is the Washinton national mon- eg mst, that simple and stately white ph shaft that rises on the banks of the ro Potese river at Washington and at f- ] fardt from Its top the most magnlI east view of the beautiful capital ity which Washington founded and hich bears his name. Yet few of the p-rsess who ge in this twentieth ... eatary upon what has bepa denom. astd a "poem in marble" pause to naster how lons this mouIment w. . In building and by how narrow _ a artgi of chance a tinal tribute missd being a natiosal disgrace. The towering shaft that so ably typile Washington's simplicity and . sbagth of character was in the mak ·Lg'for nigh I q...

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 February 1913

u~amuar SUFFERED c~m·upd~i.H. L po.&isq.-H Cmq.m- Made Hrr"W Wossn .r I I vas t e a suge ish I Coud not beer the weight of y dotye and was S bead very bady. Jdowoa.d wththree baton bait thej did mem srood. Tly mid nature must hav is war My Y siabradvisd me to take Lydia E. Pink ha'm Vegetable i I prehssda·bole. ee te bloating lt me mree*% I oomtlud ink. I W tabes twelve bottes, sa~thba I harebemeto Smy orb, evem the 1::aki7ne Is worth lte I canot prie ft am- women wield take teir woulde tre e Of ethu,"-U*ns. D. walmtSt., lehim . loV C-S btrmt. shodmd re membe Tlour r lemeykont am wome dwa tc swu r mm tby.g Ins.dTalettamimi WOULD SEEM. Vbe A* twat ' ENow gemS. Si tho an e w Jk- (k w· am. mn- w- t Mr sti to bin ahbm .'" i~hrm1 'rthe b'Smi hemSp IS'r UiypmrLiw * w omat. tL whihr ut Ia u~r raa tha Me ama pain am 4 U bua4~ I ~t1 Set ua mus U ~' as.~ ftu I a ~ULwum gt ao inugt bob the tkIr nr Iw tus IJ UbSW1 hniin l I hveOwyaurs" ~ ·rlr Read th 9k5ruin t Wll hatat hu in osueutat: w LO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 22 February 1913

T'ief's Victims Plead for Hin Before the Judge I for the testimoar of pOle-a, as anks ad RWasebursu. the state's ti e aslant Carl Madison, chared wh. brgatour ad petit Iarouer. a 'weolbse halo ed the otaer day I pelee eom tua Ie at athe esmre of A. e witeo ses who had been robbed b by Radles. All because Madrison is S"soo. ellow." the sort that plays h _ . ola au r evwery me n a rnom In hems the peres who he had t saIbeI wasted hiss reledebt ad athey Am oamee tha i his h or than a sama t him la eprt. Haps and Wasmrs picked Madl- a m asmr the reoming houe of G ad Wlliamr o . 13ts Lee street s H i poekets We. Alled with use-, me o aned niUaie pilfered trm a saew-seeer. He admitted robbing ' f omeutg homse preparatory to a b Ushe hs e ria Pemeylvanla. t -i," md Maedseo, who Is twety t . "e's a reeearted boy, the best t I"U k Trot" Stirs Gu CUCAo.-yve;body did the "Moe hey Trot" at a gs downtown ho. SY ethoer o d e. ats, Indeludn 4 , rnma eherese sil, traveling me, d peoltiieass,...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 March 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. gOUNTREE BROM., Publsher " TALI,'LAH, MAI)ISON PARISH, LOUI.IANA, MATUIRI)AV, MARHIIA 1, 1I!1:1 SOVER LOUISUNA " AT GUARD WILL BE INSPECT .D DURING MARCH BY U. 8. OFFICER. ZATION IS EFFICIENT Thrown Around Bids. Cah Forfelts Must Be Posted. Nspaper Union News Service. o e.--The general muster of the troops of the Guard will start the oifee of the ad_ Is New Orleans, and eql q with the hospital corps iN tion will be made by of. t.the United States army, pd !M first general annual in dlace Adjutant General Mc '100 charge of the National an efficient footing, and as f his labors Louisiana can of & milltaryorganlnation as as say in the Southern states. will be, made of all tin the eare of the dlif apsmlaies. With the view of the efficieny In indoor dril exereises will be held. of each qrganizatlen iapested at night. _!Re ,co rd-mo - 1.r sddears. Newspseer Uuis woews pervice elaso.-The announcement to the scheelhbek publishing was hoed by the depart -lmoto and s...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 1 March 1913

Structure in N*w York is Highest in U. S Euliding Scrapes te ky at 70 S Pet-Edifies When Complete - Will Have Cost Owners $13.50000. r Nw York.-The Woolworth bulld .lag now almost completed, holds the seoad for heilht among all buildings mar erected by man. It is true. the SIlb Tower in Paris Is 234 feet high r, bukt it s a mere steel skeleton and 4 0=et be classed as a building In the ase accepted for that term. The Sledag proper, which occuplies an ' ia of 30,000 square feet. is 384 feet ".gh and is surmounted by a tower. 86 by $4 feet rising 366 feet above the asts part of the building. The follow iag list of the tallest structures raised 1W man may be Interesting for pur poses of comparisons: peet Omlesumm of Rhodes................... Pantheon. Rome ......................10 . Isaac's. St. Pttersburs........... 7 taStes of Liberty (highest statue).30 ret Pyramid of Cheops........... 46 .lL Peterr Rome....................... SCathdmmral ................. e tpbm ae ...s...............

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. — 1 March 1913

IAHW C13 Wh#Jattf Place c, Zri Etc. I zusworath Ym bo 'E11=vorth YWUMSp~ CaribS3, y nºýºAr S-carC1 SYNOPSIS. b. mea Coffin. supposed widow. Is i to move from Trumet to Boe -ldagio g the death of her brother. she had kept house. Kyan wdower, offers marriage, and Is ly refused. Capt. Elkanah Dan- I r of the Regular church offers Splace as housekeeper for the staer sad she decides to remain t es. lh takes charge of Rev. - .y, the new minister, and gives ase as to his conduct toward Ithe parish. Ellery causes a attendlng a "Come-outer" Spresence is bitterly rs phes Hammond. leader of the Orace apologla for her eal leIry escorts her home In Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's s es a hero by bringing the Sprt safely through fog and UMry lads Kesiah writing a let sM a, Inclaln moaey mi re •a dema6nd he ris .lously wan atformed of the arrival of al on Kessh. and It devel thea have been lovers msace remonstrates with Ellery "Come-outer" meeting. El by the tide and It rescued become friends. Ellery 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. — 1 March 1913

3ounal of Madison Parish Journal of School Board. journal of 1*.*. Board". arest town of Talulab IlYRT SATURDAT. $1 .50 PER ANNUM. 6U p Seas NCs3. Vdltor. i.. 1.0. 10IaR. at Tall* - th, I . M a +nodwlI mall r wwer Aot of Congresa s l Marsh 8. 1879. JOURNAL I. no rpapmnnhi for aed opiousm ofeaorespsandaInts SLA., Marcw Isr., ,118. Tuesday of next week, the Administration of Nat aairs will pass into the of Woodrow Wilson and a Democratie oongress, with . changes therein that 'e'xpatedfmrom such a sad radical change, one has not been experienced tim second term of Grover in 1892. aurap, inuch will depend the Admlnistration we shall " eader the regime of Mr. as to whether the party be perpetuated ia power for ~bas than one, but the teh samost assured Swisdom .ad good wi l p ,evsil in the ees, fand that it ti* sa~sdenocy for ` i; 'bat that ,, , gthe- as-at % gu llm s it to the shusu4 qtbethpulti 4aimt haknuepntu the d ighlbewould pit amy aw tlessetre....d .hha • ets- in ...4r..,' a," w...

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. — 1 March 1913

Sedi wl PaedI. Mrs. Vfctor Wright and little "Cupid" Wright will leave u" 'esday for Jackson where they will spend some time with rel atives. Rev. Johnon will hold Lenten erevie at the Episeopal:Church Thursday morning at ten o'clock a. m. Rev. Skipper will hlud service at the Methodist Church next 8undsy at 11 o'clock a. m. His text will be "Why 8,me People do not go to Church." Every i' bodyiscordiallay invited to come oat snd hear him. SMesl da Noland passed thru'. T ialsh enroute to Gulfport to Sv.isit friends. Judge F. X. Bansdell and Mr. ath 8Hamley of Providence Mare city visitors Thursday. 'Mrs. J. W. DeMoss spent the pg enci at Fortune's Fork with sister Mrs. Dancey McDow r'i. A. V. Stratton has retur to Tallulah after a visit to 14 in Mississippi. 'Whe Ladie's Aid will be enter sd at the home of Mrs. W. Z Zeigler next Friday after; . verybody is cornially ti come and bring their in pennies. many- friends of Miss Ella are glad to know that Js returned to Tallulsh to her fu...

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. — 1 March 1913

A Night's Enchantment By HAROLD MacGRATH lAd rv '"The Man on the Box," "The Goose Girl," Etc. (VUPtO It. by Lb. aM.-xemlhIompsa) O much depended on every one's utter lack of ner vousness and embarrass ment that Shaw., the stage manager, decided my pres ence at the fnal rehearsal would only add to the tension, and was therefore unnecessary. The "star" complained that her efforts to inter pret my lines to my satisfaction were wearing her thin, while the "leading man" declared that he could not enter naturally into the spirit of the comedy so long as he knew I was watching from across the front. To tell the truth, I was not unagree able. There were many things I wanted to change, and I knew that if I once got headway I should have to write the play all over; and that was not in the contract. My room wa better than my company. So Shaw gave me a card to The Players and left me there in the care of a di. tisguished fellow dramatist. We had a capital dinner, and our aehange of experience...

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. — 1 March 1913

SOF SEEING HER SUFFER egetale Cospound, wLe mad. His Wife a Wd Woman P.-"I had headmobe, sad web awful bearing down -tat I eoild not be on my feet at dld baI hsde inflammati l I Wotable todomywork. gas g s good meal for my hum. a l aschd My neighbors amid Sh ht ~my suffering was terrible. Saisdt got tired of seeing me d eas night went to the drug ýs get mea bottle of Lydia E ' Vegetable Compound anad I mrst take it. I can't teil you and I can't tell you all that has done for me. I was d oud frm the first and it an wvel woman. I can do and even helped somae s well. I think t s a help ts aD ufferng women. seve:l to take It after see. h as done for me."-Mrs. 91, bdt Main t, scordisapro.d andhboa It is a record of constat e hibstate ills of woman at despair. It is ane that Lydia E. Plakhm's neapound has restored gsemmnds of such dernedn r don't you try It If yean sal dvies writ t edlelse s.I (eas . Tear ltter willl Met. amitl mnve swe.b. -age eseah l a few "ys amS so.easeese, a.sle.....

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. — 1 March 1913

SMARSHAL'S CAVALRY TROOP TO EQUAL WILSON'S IN PARADE OF INAUGURAL DAY. BLACK HORSE FROM INDIANA SMmIatlena of the Grand Ball Really a lesssing-Plans Are Announced fir the Elaborate Illumination of the Capital City. By GEORGE CLINTON. Wasalaton.-Por the first time In the history of the ceremonies of i asguratnag the chief executive of the United States. a vice.president-4ect Io to be escorted to the capitol by a evalry troop forming a guard of hon er Ia iae nad appeara ce the equal et that which sets as a mounsted e ert to the presildat-4lect Thoma RLey Marshal the Maet vice prie dMt or this couatry. will be the pro nsdeat smasher, his escort conlistll at a black horse squadrom from h dgaa bame of the members of the el mlttte Iesasural eeremosls did ot tLe aleetner M adly to the plas t Mr. MarshaPtr fMnd to make ae dd place qqual to Arst place. bal Woodsow Wisoa, hearnlag of the op pIMUr sald his pataer on the ticket ad i obes M be a lowed aa, tg and every thig Is honors that his...

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. — 8 March 1913

T HE MADISON JOU A.L. jfEE BROS., Publirher, TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, L OUIJlIANA, SATURDIAY, 3IARI(H 8 1913 VL). IN. 1 hF HEALT bH Sm IlA Iel + Ts FOOD AND DRUG P4 ON PASSED BY Ai ' EMEBSERS. gtU ATE COLD STORAGE t Vsha to Will Have to Tell tb of His Merchandlee. wspapSer Union News fervies. Ougaels--The legislation of and concentrated pare aLm laws took up a greater ehss of the state board es as drawn by George uhb of that departmet, received from the a states and cenvas to these laws, were a 17, with scarcely a wbr and coidn,, roýd *dpoted to help in get- a Mgdly tad correctly. A of Drs. Dowling. Giadden will wait on and ask for suffiiernt this project. ~: e will be divider into h mehh member ea the caling oe the pole , Sk mseetlng and urging b sufficient fhnds to t tabulated for the Probably the ment t this line was the Spstmseters in all wc bus tatstltciues with an b* e t S cents for every a ,serded. This apphes a fe Shreveport and for the statistics. R'owa eondtiSon was l...

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. — 8 March 1913

SIDENT WILSON FOR JUSTICE ONLY a Inaugural Address Calls on t AllI Honest Men to Aid in His Task. it WLL RESTORE, NOT DESTROY fi New Chief Executive Says Change of ai Government Means the Nation is s! Using Democratic Party for Large and Definite Purpose. st Washington. March 4. - Looking pi apon the victory of the Democratic o0 uarty as the manidate of the nation to ul asorect the evils that have been al- ol Swed to grow up in our national life, Ri president Wilson in his inaugural ad- ui today called on all honest men tt assist him in carrying out the will to Sthe people. Following is his ad- ti goes: it There has been a change of govern- d' meat. It began two years ago, when t the house of representatives became w pemocratic by a decisive majority. u" It has now been completed. The sen gs about to assemble will also be n mocratic. The offices of president 01 vice-president have been put into Cc the hands of Democrats. What does a the change mean? That is the ques- m that is upper...

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. — 8 March 1913

DISO(N OUItN AII iI""" flair Oe al Journal of Madison Parish eta - - - -_ the Official Journal of School Board. id 41 f O j.al Journal of Levee P.rn . re "'F;.;Ml Journal town of Taliulah tI oUBLISHED EVERY SATRT)1 Y. T, ..RR . .. or s . .n.ST r N: . t I $1.50 PER' ANNUM. I OaHAeS BrPENCF.R. Edlirur,. Entred .Tan. I0. 1on)0, at Tillu lhh. T.A.. n, º,.onn,-eolJln manil the mattte, under Act of Congrea: of March 3. 18f9. I "Th JO)URNAT. is not rcsponsbhlr fnr ljr th. views and npininni of correponndents whI appearlUr in its cn!umns. the .TALItLAu Lt., .IRcn Sth, 191:+.1 - "- P ºu1 tflections Concerning South- i ern Problems. vat With the'inaugurationot Pr.'s- Uti ident-elect Wilson in immediate fro prospect, it might not he unprof- wh ithable to indulge a few rell- by tions concerning the opportum:i- w; ties and responsihilitie. of the ple South. Mr. Wilson is a ,South ern man, but he was not e!w'ti d ink to the presidency for sectional tic. reasons, hut because the p"uople Th. ...

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. — 8 March 1913

Soial and Personal. fathir, qMr. Fs . I. ,. ark,.r, E!. r) 1 '' 1 i arri ta' t(1d .,l - ,, . i ... T!'!+ c L. er.." cenkremny M - l .; Y L Ic S big .hit:e r :i: - : r :, !:v , "' ,,ran e blr r..a. . l, , . "e ( 1k b r i d, " a n i1 ,o n . ;.t i , r ' ,1 to t ., ,. strain' of the W ,el.ine Mar.-,',1 ". rentre ed hy M i. - ; ,,; " :.',laf I. dinttle ti;: Eiiabti. Parkr,. silter ,if het, ri:e, v:- the rin Dearer. Sil,. st.t,,,l at the :;oil o. t hi e l ribi te tlril r li:- c:rt: . 1,nY ho:lliirg :, l.ack,.t, of 11h,1",, . Ste tren of viuc'.I. reds ti the t(%' v,- iev ou ding rings. The brihle's . 'res: v'- ,a a tiful \hitc ,:repe d" chit:l ol" 1 th white emlt'uu . 'l'ihe grori wreI ventiWnal suit oilh brick. Af tr5 the eremoln awl durin-' 'et I' crowdher of fri,:l-. g~re i . ongratulatih,L:. Mii.; the t:< I Brwih , ille her sau x oiwe, sa i ..1All For ;,:u," Wnile rtel'romt- -y( m.,nt wi , w i ,ting e~rved i t; u. Just prior 1t o : ..ll rrivalof ih.' t ' R o'cthwk tain theI bridl...

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