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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 December 1884

IAI)S()N I'T'MES g C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. SA\TUI). Y, I)ECEMBER 13. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O.. YF.AR, - $2 O Ts$R ,SilT , - - 1 2 i)IRIFT. Buill a house. Only twelve days to Christmas. Th'e 1,dli(cs ship,,ed their exhibit Nlonday. Engage your turkeys for Christ mlas. Tax paying, is the order of the day. ij;'n. Grant says he will not ac celt a pension. t Ingersoll, says he never had any t ruture with Blamne. If you want to get some fine mo laWe go to Blum's. Reuben R. Springer died in Cin cinati. l)cc 10th. Gcu. Ogden, is named for collec tor of the port of New Orleans. It i. said there will be a new schedulc, on the 14th, of the V. S. & P. The plank walks have lessened the demand for mud boots. Christmas is a week nearer than it was last Saturday, Hogs running about a town is not a recommendation to the place. The Roundaway Bayou, bear hunters killed another bear last Saturday. No hen with any self respect, will decline to lay eggs during the early part of December. ...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 13 December 1884

AN AUTUMN9 BT. ( a. CUor IA can Whea the breath of Marhob was een. Thi rAnd the woode were brown and barse, at Covered from thermel atr ainsald bed uFnreen. tis. Sweet and meet to wreathe your hair, not If it oely could have been. A But Love'a heart ard ose were ,trop. an Aa e etbd sad whhPs low: Swben the almmer oear bw. And the summer's swallow throng. Though a little while be long, on Me will come at at to know. the bhe will take our owers and ong. wi Now erSehIr au ebowaos No T,at Jbsr bath wrned hist the Uato falur and dieSgrae Brooda mbts and besting seows And ar the rowse LAf and pe" tafal apece. And with each a poor hope soe. cot JOIB BILLINGS. ty une The Alleed aumerlt on Leeteus and VrerbMr aklUg. chi Josh Billings, the famous bhumorist, f arrived in the city last evening at nine hu o'clock on the limited express from New York, and registered at the Monongshela House. He is making a lecturing tour througheut the country, and this morn ina departed for California, Pa.. w...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 December 1884

a MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. I. NO. 45 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1884 1 uII I In I n n mu M • • 11 in . · IN I I 1 1 I I IInnI I l I I II UTHE Oean3mmUlomI. on I -- hol CLtAa X. DALoARDIrs. tain We now are wed. C sbeS'te an s. traiht to cur borm n the puart; e Bend low thy beadOsts - U s a,,rrt. Thrice welcome omerne Thy kinpdom ' here, ighkt of my heart thot Ny own dlear lore, st dowt by me: Hours. days and years ere we m'ny part, Or leave this nome, lle Mac hree. ie We are not rich; our vast estates I us comprise this cot beside the tea, dice And what few fish by tideor fate the Get in my net,. Guile Macbree.. We are not poor: no. no. my sweet: The For wealth untold I rain with thee: Gold cann-S buyG te glance I e was In thy bf CeJC, GUSo Manhses her This hearth's our own, my loyal wife. th Our truitful vine. our own fr tree; "1 Our hearts are one; one pea".ful life, wel One death, be ours. Glle Machree. And side by sid...

Publication Title: Madison Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 December 1884

MAD)ISON LIMES . C. WEIGHTKAN, Editor & Prop. t we SATURDI)AY, )DEC('EMBER 20. grea . - town TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. nati4 Oss. TSAR, - $ 2 relit Sx MI(Tins, ... .- - - 1 2 ing TIIRen MoUrns - - - - wlhe hIRER- MU~(-- --- --;-- ---------- :J)a of a Member state Central Fxecative Comrn. I a mittee. l Joni B. SroUL. tLimn D)lstrlet Exoentive Committee. you J. B. STONsE, of Madi.on, Ch'n. imal J. H. GILFoi., of " ingR J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. ceir -be t Advertising Rates. fror ALL CUTS FOR INSRTION IN Tils is a PAPER MUST BE OF SOLID META L out Advertising rates. one Inch or less, nic SI, Erst insertion, 10 cents per inch for each subsequent consecutive insertion, all Legal notices same as above. wh Local notices 10 •ents per line. Marriage and death notices free. giv Obituary notices $1 per inch or 10 Ho cents per lnes Business cards of one inch or less $12 nic per year. a One square one month $2.50. la Prices furnished on application for wo easter amount of epace and for an...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 December 1884

MA DISON TIMES . C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. oNE TEAR, - - - 02 0 a: uoMNTS, - - 1 25 yEll MONTIII. . . THRES MONTHS. - 5 ° ----------- - --L------- D ItIF T. The cold wave arrived on time. The levee below Delta is finish. ed. Mr. Chas. L. Gilpin was married Wednesday. The river is frozen at St. Louis, and navigation suspended. Mr. Carter, of the firm of Carter & Zeigler, is seriously ill. Steel filings washed with gold are now being sold to dealers as gold. There will shortly be some in teresting conversations between Tom and Jerry. The contract for the stregthening of Buckhorn levee has been let by the government. In cold windy weather the desi rability of tongued and grooved floors are plainly to be seen. There will be the grandest dis play in Washington the, 4th of March 1885, that city has ever seen. The weather changed suddenly Wednesday and on Thursday morn ing the ground was sprinkled with snow. If somie of the hunters c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 20 December 1884

ugws mas V aU@aL . gal --1 Asa Imw aSI. the Lat night I fonid the volet pe You ent me once across the sea; lrom gardets th t the winter frets. In summer lands they asme to me. stll fragrant of the nlish usrtuh. Sill hums from the rroson dew, To me they spoke of Christmna milrth. They spoke of Baglond, spoke of you. I The Sowers are sentless, black. and sere, The perfume long has passed away; at The sea whose tides are yeer by year th~ Is setbetween us. hill ad gray. an But you have rechbed a windless age. tw The haven of a happy c!Mme; Vou do not dread the winter's rag, Although we mssed the summer-time. 1 And like the lower's breath over . re Aross the gulf of tme and pain, - TpDight returlns the memory f love thamt lived not arllým Ian. -Decrmber Harper. A GAeLmrPLRs TRIP. An Uxpedltso ltr Pleese *frm w eh ne ae betarsed Well Plucked. sal "Give me a drink," said a tall young man in a Clark Street saloon in Chicago. mt The barkeeper placed a bottle and two nil glasses on the bar, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 December 1884

MADISON TIMES. II - --:: g-- -- DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL. I. NO. 46 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH IA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1884 TERMS: ,.0!4 PER TEAR gl I ii I . -- •- I- I. In NN. .. . . Iml n uN1 11 NNI I IIIm 1 NI1 iumm nl u li IlmmI I Imn Im nn l • • u nnnn u nn A calsmir1AB JINGEim. CARO . DAILY, (8 Tas) I wits dttlng by the grate. You might think it rather late, Vor a little Fil I of eight But then-well, you just wait! All my dollies were In bed, (All but Grace who'd lost her head.) oba sweet go.l nigit had said. And I, their mamma, sat ad read. Their dainty stockings. I'd hung tn a row, Vor this was Christmas eve, you know,. And real msmmuas do just so, So to my bed I could not go. I eouldn't for the world have taken a nap, Ior Iso wanted to see the dear chap About the loveltles ittle fur cap There lo, and behold! There came a rap! Making my voice sound very old. I said, "Come in, old Santa, out of the cold! Past asleep are my little told, And the stockings...

Publication Title: Madison Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 December 1884

MADISON TICI1 I. C. WIIGHTXAB, Editor & Prop. !N SATURDAY, IECEMBER 27. st ti T1ERXS OF SUBSCRIPTION. bi ow vsan, - - - - - - -$2 00 11 unTII, .-.-.- ..- -- 15 Ini T3sss ,toxns - - --- --* 5 gi Memler tate Central Executive Com. nitllec. Jonx B. STO.YE. Distriet Exeeutive Committee. I J. B. 8Toa. of Ma dion, Ch'n. h J. H. GILFoIL, of ' J. M. KgNxzDY, of East Carroll. I t -'I Advertising Rates. ALL CUTS FOR IF.ERTION IN THIS ft PraPr MUST Bi OF 8I01) META I. p Advertising rates. one inch or less, $1, first insertion, 0i cents per inch for P each subsequent consecutive insertion s Legal notices same as above. f Local notices 10 cents per line. Marriate and death notices free. Obituair notices $1 per inch or 10 cents per line. Business cards of one inch or less $12 a One square one month $2.a0. . Pricee furnished on application for geater amount of space and for any ength of time desired. Any matter for publication must I reach this offee not later than by Thursday's mail. All com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 December 1884

MAI)MSON TIMES L. C. WEIGHT MA, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIOI.' SYEAR, - - - 2 00 TQE EE W,.'TIIT|. - - ii I)II. I U T. 31r C,rte;r is still very il. (Cold weajati all the week. C1iri.tinas was cold and drizzly. Next month is the time to b7:y a farm. Court opens Monlay week. Jury term. Christmas was promiptly on hand on the 25th. The next thing on the d,,ckct is New Year. The attendance at the expnsition is increasing. The weather this we k has been bad for tramps. The Railroad force at Delta is sadly overworked. Mr. Joe Van Os was in Tallulah this week, looking well. The Masonico temple at Cincin nati was burned Wednesday. The Police Jury meets the sec ond Monday in January. A son arrived at Mr. Sol Fried's house the day befo,r Chripmtns. A lot of passengers for Texas came through on Wednesday morn ing's train. A breed of hens that lay eggs all ,winter is what is wanted in this pa~t of the country. TnUAxs:-for Christmas remeni brances, both at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 27 December 1884

OAUGHT IN THE STORM. lDriving home the Christmas porkers Through the blinding storm; Soon their ribs will hiss and sizzle, In the oven snug :and warm. fin LITILE LMA IN AsXlO. A (t m eory for the Children Abeut aun ON Freme of Theirs. D In a quietlooking little house, with a si pointed root with red tiles, lived an old ti man with a very round, red face. He wore plasmes, and his white hair stood out on either side of his head in two s fussy bushes. Between these little b bushes was no hair, only a smooth, shin ing pathway leading to a little fringe of v hair in the back. 4 He had lived so long in his box on a h counter in the pest toy shop that the rest of the world of dolls and animals , ame and went without so much as a l 'hew-dyedo" or a "good-bye" to the a queer old gentleman. ei He ba4 a strange habit of jumping out k at new-comers when they did notexpect u to him, him, which would frighten them a at first, bpt in a short time they would socn et used to it, and every one by th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 January 1885

MADISON TIMES. DEVOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL 1. NO. 47 TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 3, 18 "ltlS: ?.Wo PiIt 1E, g n ggil gl W HI Ini i i I In Im. I i 5 Hi 1 I M g N I unna ilN i~ln i l.m pl iuu I m um nil ml m am i m n im i ' ' MI I I min Ingg I 1 n n , a 11 n iN aE GErLa IAF s1mL AGO. Where are the girls, the Jolly girls, The girls of long ago? The girls who knew a thing or two Beyond a fashion's show: The girls who learned to darn up socks As well as smile and kiss. The girls who never mentioned rooks Something we sadly miss. The rls whose cheeks were tinted red By nature's blessed hue: Those jolly girls-we loved 'em all They've vanished now from view, Als.! ab, me! The girls to-day Are not the girls of old: Sometimes they're very reticent More often they are bold. The iapye drow of tmlo & Wash dishes, baste a turkey, Or make a pretty bgw. 'Twa theitr 4g5on cWlatues alt To ride behind the bells. I never bhad them strike me For 9|sea Give me.he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 January 1885

S ISON TIMES SC. WIIGrTMAJ, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. TRMSB OF 8UBSCRIPTION. own YTAn, - . $2 00 sTr wOWrTB, . ...... 1 !5 msass xoxr..* *......... 75 Membeer ase cemrral ecave Oom. mlttA.e. Jon. B. !tols. Dietrlect zxecutive Committee. J. B. SToNE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. II. GILrOlr, of " J. M. KLgnIoDY, of East Carroll. Advertising Rates. ALL CUTS FOR INSEkTION IN THIS PAPRB MUST BE OF SOLID METAL Advertising rates, one inlch or lees, $1, first insertion, 50 cents per inch for ea.,h subsequent cousecutive insertion Legal notices same as above. Local notices 10cents per line. Marriage and death notices free. Obitary notices $1 per inch or 1a eents per slie. Baslneus cards of one inch or less $1' per year. One square one month $2.O0. Prices furnished on application fsi rester amount of space and for any length of time desired. Any matter for peblieation must reach this oflice not later than by Thursday's mail. All communications of whatever na. tare should be addreseed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 January 1885

MADISON TIMES E C. WEIG[HTrAN, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. TSBMS Of BBUDSCRIPTION. es tsIA, - . x00 ga MONXTII, " - - - 1 - yMal oTUS. " - - All taxes are now delinquent. New Year opened clhar and cold. How long do you expect to keep it? The color of Christmas eggs, is invisible blue. Early this week would have been a good time to start a dairy. The practice of cutting chickens wings is a good thing to stop. During the recent rains, 7" inches of rain fell at Vicksburg. The turkey gobbler, can now gobble without fear of beinlg gob bled up. A house that don't leak is want ed for an exhibit from this neigh borhood. Miss Julia Slack, had a severe attack of inflamatory rheumatism this week. 7 Belle Boyd's daughter was mar ried to the Earl of Linwood at Dallas Texas, Dec.,28 1884. Two and two are supposed to make four, but they sometimes make only one. As kissing for instance. Miss Ida Waddill, a daughter of Maj. Geo C. Waddill was mar ried in Vicksburg, Dec. 30. 1&884 to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 3 January 1885

A PR TTT rICTVU3. LO=ru rownan. Is she beautiful? no! Is she fir. Iesoe tall? bIs she dark, I she small? On m word I don't know But she's boen that's all. Now, a stranger rashe'll greet with a freak dylaw. For her white hn grasp Ike a man's--rm. oemplete, U kroegh she' just sweet Her clear eyes look out On the ebb aon the flow, On ths gutter and show. Without shadow or doubt. Like a child at a show. Too healthy to dream O'ers a LkJ romance, Or. with a, pensive glance, Lie and oast on lite's stream. And leave thlngs to chane, Her nature's as brlghtl As a glad Summer's day. Like a streamlet at play, Like a bird In its fllght Sbe goes on her way. A coquette? n, nhot sel While her frank eyes reveal That her heartsutll is free Can she help what men feel? hree.s as yet. to be woe. And Gd speed the wooer, pFr sweeter and truer Thad she there are noms, 'Mongst rich or 'mongst poor. au3n 3AeN 3p5ree. Iuseepulbfltly to Cholera a Matter of Iles. It is significant illustration of Eng lish goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 January 1885

S MADISON TIMEs. D¬VOTED TO THE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL I NO. 48, TALLULAH MADISON PARISH LA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 10, 1885 TERMS: 82.00 PER YEAR IN MwUmaneAK. O0ORG D PRENTrIC £ýthe bosom of;a river Wre th sun unloos his quiver. t°^ the star lt stream forever, saltled VCe"l light and iree; ldnl- dewdro hung lihe mlanna rethe1 gllwt foids oh her benrt, Wlte tihe aeph)r rose to fan her eLtly tt the radiant msa Ath bCoer a pilot. beaming the lus of youth, stood dreaming. And be was to glriou seeeming Lite an angel frotm above; hbriugh his hair the IIbreezes sported. And, as on the wave be Boated. Ofttbe i;ot, angel-bhroMed,. Wrled lays of hope and love. tougltte leeks so btightly Soqtlo . of laurel bloom werem browing his hands anol were throwing Mitsse from a lyre of gold; wy down the stram he e , t the purple wave divided, Awls rainbo aroh abideld On his canvas sowy fold. Aslions hearts, with food devotion. Wiathed him sailin_ to the oeelan, ilglng that so wed eom.ma.n 'Mdst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 January 1885

MA)ISON TIMES1 R. C. WEIGHTMAI, Editr & P:p. i SA.1''1::1)AAY, JA NI A . '1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. onvYICA, - - - - - - $2 (" 4I6 E mYOrTlts, - - - - '- . Meomber State Ventral Executive Con. uitteo, Jon.a B. .~rowx. I)istrlct Executive Committee. J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n. J. HI. GIn.IoL, of " J. M. KgIssaNr, of East Carroll. Advertisilng Rates. Ar.I, CUTS FOR INSEIRTION IN THIS PA I'ER MUST BE OF SOLID META L Aflv,.rtising rates, one Inch or less, $1. first insertion, 50 cents per inch for each sabisequent c,nsecutive insertion :!,eal notices same as above. JA',E-l noticc s 10 cents per line. Marriage an'i death notices free. Ohlituatry notices $1 per inch or 10 Cents per lino. Iusinnss cards of one inch or less $12 per year. t)e square one month $2.n0. Prices furnished on application for greater amount of space and for any length of time desired. Any matter for publication mast reoach this office not later than by Thursday's mail. All cmumnnications of whatevcr na tore ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 January 1885

MA)ISO)N TI1IES IL C. WEIGHT MAN, Editor & Prop. SATrUIu)\Y', ,I.LXNUAIY lii TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.: olEs Tr.A, - - - $ 0.f all MoNTIIs, - - - - 1 25 yrN5 MO.Tl - - * ) 1[t "I1'. C, ar :all the ragL. Court op nedei Monday. The cit,'rn=s are, all fi.l. Tue-slay was clear and cold. The walking is not gol now. The Police Jury meets Monday. l'ut your coal ashes on your paths. The days are very short in cloudy weather. Earthquake, in Tarrytown N. Y Sunday. l)r. Trezevant has been quite sick this week. Gen. Dennis was in town Thurs day. I)o you tumble ? The President is to start for New Orleans January 15th. There arc 105 prisoners in" the U. S. jail at Fort smith Ark. Court week b)rqpght most of the prominent citizens to town. Mr. Oco. W. Sevier dropped in to the TIMEs .office Wednesday. Mr. Adams Kellogg, of Kellogg's Landing, was in town Wednesday. January 8th being a legal holih day, there was no Court on that day. If the rain keeps on much longer, , the river news will soon be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 10 January 1885

"a (rosseena or w . ..w... Lsmrl TO THE PUBLIC, .GREETING: Boards of Health are now everywhere cor recting the faults of sewerage and advising the people how to prevent future epidemise. But other precautions are necessary, with out which no amount of Sanitation can avail. Dr. Koch says that cholera has but little chance among those who keep the digestive organs and the liver, skin and kidneys (the sewers of the body) in healthful operation. Warner's SAFE Remedies are the beet scien tific Curatives and Preventives, and we cannot sI too much emphasize the importance of using them now, as a safeguard against any future scourge Much of the common ailments are caused, not primarily by bad blood, but by IMPAIRED LIVER AND KIDNEYS. This results in blood corruption a and injury to the entire system. Remove this 'i impaired action, and most ordinary ailments will int disappear. Other practitioners have held that ra extreme liver and kidney disorders are incur- ia able. We, however, by the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 January 1885

MADISON TIMES. gas ..- -- - -- -- - - - - - - - - - - - - DEVOTED TO TIlE WELFARE OF MADISON PARISH. VOL I NO. 49. TALLULAH MADISON PARISH' LA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 17, 1885 TEl:,I: 2?..O PER YEAR • IIII I I ~ li I~~ 1 ~ _~~_ l I~~ •~ ll_ I I~ roll lil Ill I 1_ 1~ lil i~ • _il Nil Ill I..,~ 1_ III l Hi i 1 il •I lll• •li l 1 l lll i I iII 1 i Iimlll• 1 Iil elif II ll III II Il Ill l he J..uar'scod c be s. a stie dar ae chill and drer: Whe air nd eart 'are thick with snow, abon and white M.; . SW*ass for tess In the peat, Id toatnsr remememer r das sweet September. We ,thle toe and through the mow, sand tumbling. mortals got Thak awe gromi N ompve u. ln d% o s, duU =and$b~. l member ight October. ho: r to~a Feary's her, nsd Vo nd bustalTle us Pabout b"_let eus sweeenr ee rD r. - Wlk t Yhugltt of bemtula ed away A' dsutakfallY remem What golden, fair Novembe. SWhl Ari. foster child of M tar,h Smystery whichgay and ttaches to the e room of a medical college ex-en g the details ofb a t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Madison times. — 17 January 1885

SMA i)ISON ' Ti I E 3. C. W .IGHTIr A, Editor & Prop. SATURDAY, JANT At:Y 17. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ram uen, - - - - - . L'; (Tx TYUAr, - . .. 2 " r t: nIelt 1tt.. .. ... . . Mtemher state Cr-nt ral PExecuth. (1cm. ?113tC M I i *' J lrf B. Prors.!r I)Iutrlet xzecutivo Comanittl-e. J. B. C7,> *. 'ItM .)dii,,i,, ('h'n. " J. 1. tO.rI..-f "I J. . M. Kscysr. of Eft C.:rroll. Advertisng Rati. ir A ii. " rt I- o N-7TI47'I i( T!Ia PArIE M::ST ;al"y [i M, TA. .1,1arlti .ia r eti . n, ,.t . In,: ,r 1" , ' i st, fr ist, in.. -i,-,..e : "ut pe:..rit,' f .r L, ,at noti' ',e N eva? ,s I" r a i%' ; . M srriag" all t ,. ,th 0no i ftr'. O ;itn.irv no,tice, )1 per ini.'h or 10 ceot* perlinr. Bueinri cir.ls of one ifich or il',s $!2 per year. t el a~r, one montl, .2-N). 1'fricid fiirniabhd 4:11 on for YreatL r ~ ullt, t ."f Lr;.:Pae >a:'. foTr an i Sngth ,,f tiin,. d*,.:ird. Any lzaltter for lui'l;' ati:l mtl.t. Sear" this ,,1ti.e nut ;ate :sau by '7't urry's mail. A l l lllll ,tjl...

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