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Washington--"Fatherof His Country"
Y AMERICAN knows that labored,andfinallyadoptedourpresent "Immortal Washington" National law, which forever guaran Independence would tees Religious, Commercial and Per ir impossible. Few, however, sonal Liberty. This was in z18. thegreatestbattleofWash. Seventy years later Anheuser-Busch lifi was fought to secure for established their great institution on theConstitutionofthe the tenets of the Federal law which States. Almost immediately Washington did so much to create. Revolutionit seemed that all Like all of the great men of his time, acrificeofbloodandtreasure he was a moderate user of good old iavain. The original thirteen barley brews. For three generations Sfused to work in harmony, Anheuser-Busch have brewed honest is spirit or in law. The new maltandhopbeers.To-day.yoopeople was tottering to its founda, are daily employed to keep pace with Atdbiscriticalperiod inAmer. the ever-increasing public demand. the most brilliant men of The great popularity of their famous 7 mtu met in convention and brand-BUDWEISER lecte Washington as due to quality, purity, - undoubtedly the most mldnes and exquisite la. gthering of its kind the vor, has made its sales ex has ever known. Here he ceed those of any other as gpat ability as a law. beerby millionsof btles. as he had as a warrior. For ANH3U5m3.usa the Pathers of the Republic aF.zous, u.s.A Johason Ice 6 Cold Storage Dibicuias Talluhh, La $3.5Oo-5.0o if you come in and insist on buying a certeir' i$e and wid,th we can only follow yourl ...rder-and you may blame us later. hBut if you ask for a fit and leave it to us wet will give you real shoe service-and you'l ;remembe us pleasantly. TI TASTE AX LEVVY & CIOM, TALLULAH, LOUISIANA i WE SELL GRAIN And net the producer 'the highest cash price obtainable. Get in touch with us. Talulah Cotton Oil Co. - Tallulabb, Louisiana e. l r ill asfor Sale - H. ROD, He pan.T--~~~ . fare.` ·rtl Mia T*is HmsSan Meilm Is A He has absolute faith in his medieine he knows when he takes it for certain *s Io ments he getsrelief. People wh take Dr. King's New Discovery for an Irritating Cold are optimist-they knew this, e b remedy wI pnet dw the lisbapof the throat, kil the germs, and pen the way for Natm to act To ean't destry aCld by sUpeed.Itret g-e* sent g astp l eeme0 t "do timnt. fist i eemt. Q -ss tWe hqlbr GL~rr' -atehe4 d~m~ww w SOCIAL, PERSONAL, AND OTHERWISE. The bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hurst, who arrived is Tallulah Sunday, were delightfully entertained by Mrs. W. C. Keim al her home. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Keim and family Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Montgomery, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hurst. Miss Mildred Bloom, of Montpe lier, Ind., and Miss Beekie Bloom, of Lake Providence, are the guests of their sisters, Misses Bloom, of Tallulah. Mr. A. H. Bloom, of St. Louis, is the guest of his sons and daughters in Tallulah. Mr. L. I. Cock, of Jackson, was the guest Monday and Tuesday of his cousins, the Misses Blair, of Tallulah. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bettis, of Huon plantation spent Monday in town as guest of Mrs. J. V. Sevier. Mr. A. S. Coltharp spent Monday in Lake Providence. Mr. P. H. Hebert Deupty Sheriff, made a trip Jackson, La., Saturday evening on official business. Mr. A. J. Sevier, Jr., spent several days visiting in Mississippi last week. Miss Mattie Johnson left Saturday to spend a few weeks with the family of her uncle, Mr. J. M. Johnson at Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. W. R. Gilfoil, merchant and planter of Omego was in town Sun day. Mr. E. B. Nelson, manager of the Waverly plantation was in town Monday. Mr. J. Noland Harvey has been spending several days with his sister, Mrs. Leo shields, of Roosevelt. Hon. Harry Graham, of Transyl vania was in town Monday on busi ness. Mr. R. S. Gayle have moved from the J. R. Linton cottage to one of Mr. L. H. Hurst's cottages. Mr. G. W. Montgomery formerly of Tallulah, but now at Calvit, La., spent a few days in town this week as the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. R. Spann. Mr. L. H. Hurst and bride came in Sunday evening to make Tallulah their future home. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Hurst will be at the Monett Hotel, but after a few weeks will begin house keeping in one of Mr. Hurst'd cottages joining those of Prof. Linton. Mr. A. K Montgomery, of Bayou Maeon spent severalm days this week visiting his parents, Judge and Mrs. E. C. Montgomery. Mrs J. V. Sevier spent Tuesday as the guest of hersister, Mrs. T. F. Ward at Cresent plantation. Mr. Normman J, Kafmann, of Atlanta, Ga., spent several days this week asthe gusstof his mother, Mrs. I. Kanffman. Major T. C. Bedford for many years a reldet of Madison paris was a weome visitor to Tallula this week. While here Major Bed ford was the guest of Mt. and Mrs. Geo. peacer. Col. F. L.Iaxwell, of Mound was in town Tueiday. Mrs. Louise Yerger and children, of Vickaburg are visiting her mother, Mrs. M. B. Yerger. Mrs. Leo Shields, of Roosevelt is visiting her mother Mrs. W. H. Harvey. Mrs. A.J. Sevier who has been visiting relatives in Mississippi for several weeks has returned home. The many friaeds of Mrs. D. H. Allen will be sorry to learn of her recent illness, but will be glad to learn that she isbnproving. The Jourmal has the piemre -to annoaunce the receipCof the following announeement: Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Samborne Kent annone the marriage of theirdaughter, Lids Lee, to Mr. Robert Burney Long, Wedneday, June 80th, 1915, 1am burg, Mi. 'The Journal has been requested to Ia eune that the Children's -Servie at the MsthdlsEt Chureb tomerrow wifllean alliem. *Esrybody hvImA tobepasmIesatha real HURST-MAJ3R. A very pretty wedding was that of Mr. Lubin Hurst and Miss Elsie I Major on Wednesday, June 23, at i the Church of Immaculate Concep r tion, Chenal, at 8:30 a. m. Rev. Father Odillon Briac of Covington, officiating. The church had been very prettily decorated and an the first bars of Mendelsohn's Wedding March pealed forth, the meid of h:-nor, Miss Daisy Sicard, a friend and class mate of the bride, entered alone. The beautiful little bride followed with her father, Mr. Wil liam Major. They were met at the altar by the groom and his brother, Mr. Fernand Hnrst, his only attend ant. Father Briac made a beautiful and most impressive address to the young couple who were about to assume the duties and responsibili ties of a new life. The marriage ceremony over, and as the register was signed Miss Nita I Gosserand sang most beautifully I "While the River of Love Flows On," with violin and organ accom paniment by Judge J. Leblanc and and Miss Rougon. The wedding march from Tannhauser was played as they left the church. The bride looked "fair, young and sweet" in her handsome bridal robe of white brocaded charmeuse, 'made empire with a court taain. The trimmings were of exquisite lace ruffles with veil of tulle, worn in cap effect with a wreath of orange blossoms. Her bouquet was aehower of white carnations and ferns. The maid of honor was very at tractive in an d11 white costume of charmeuse made empire, walking length, with a wide sash of white leghorn was charmingly simple and most becoming. She carried an arm bouquet of pink crepe myrtie and asparagus ferns. The men wore the convention I morning suits. A reception for the family and a few friends was held at the family home. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst left at 10 o'clock for Tallulah, La., where he is in business. The bride's going away gown was a chic suit of sand silk palm beach and she looked very dainty and girlish as she bade good bye to her fiiends amid a shower of rice and good wishes.-Point Coupee Banner. -- -- -- White Mee With Black lver The Liver is a blood purfier. It was thought at one time it was the seat of the passions. The trouble with most people is that their Liver becomes black because of impurities in the blood due to bad physicial states, causing Bilious ness, Headache, Dizziness and Consta pation. "Dr. King's New Life Pills will clean up the Liver, sad give yon new life. 25c. at your Druggist Simmer bx cursion Tickats VIA -The Great Highway Dates of sale Juane lst to Sept. OthL, good for return until Oct. Slst t the all prindpal polats NORTH, EAST, MD WEST Sa Franciseo, $?7.0, oe sale daily an til Nov. B0th, fial limit 8 mouths, nomt to exesed Dec. 81, 1915. Foe routes and other infamatieea ll on L B. OWEN, Or addresmm Tiket'Agnt. F. K. DONOHOE, D. P. A., Viekiburg, Missislppi. P. P. B., Sn Facim P.C. E., Sa Di)o,Gal. SEE THE s IONDBIJL BIPOSlTIOIS This aUinimmer oen ene "ickel e ana+rsonoas cosr R1? 1 105? Oil TOUl 1011_ OFFE0S 'l'r ADTUTAGES Ask your ticket agent or writi sL LI, ma rmm A IuL FA . m m. llAIt. BAYOU VIDAL NOTES Mr. R. Y. Newell was a visitor on the Bayou Tuesday. A dance was held at the AftonI School House on Fiidaiy night lait. I A very enjoya1;ie eveningfl was pJ)tnt by the young people. Miss Annie Purneill returned home T "scday from Tallulah. The brother of Mr. Garner visited him the pact week. Messrs. Albert and Howard Sevier came down to the dance on Friday night. Mr. T. P. Kell made a business trip to Tallulah on Tuesday. Church services were held at the school house on Sunday by Rev. V. D. Skipper. There was a very good attendance. PROCEDIINGS OF THE DEMOCRATIC SEXECUTIVE COMMITTELE. State of Louisiana1 Parish of Madison j The Democratic Executive Com mittee of Madison Parish met in pursuant to call of the President. The following members were pre sent: M. B. Cook, by D. M. Evans proxy, R. K. Boney, C. E. Speed, byGeo. Spencer, W. S. Holmes, by Geo. Spencer, F. L. Roe, by Geo. Spencer, Alex Andrews, by A. J. Sevier, T. P. Kell, Geo. Spencer at large, J. B. Stone at large, W. H. Harvey at large, W. A. Holloway, Geo. S. Yer ger, by J. E. Yerger at large, J. H. Devine, F. G. Hewes by W. H. Hewes. Mr. R. K. Boney was called to act temporary chairman. On motion the following resolu tion was offered and adopted: That in accordance with the pro visions of Act No-of the special session of the General Assembly of 1915. That a primary election be held on the 27th day of July, 1915, for the purpose of nominating a democratic candidate for delegate to the Constitutional Convention-to be held at New Orleans, Sept. 1st, 1915. Said primary to beconducted in, all things according to the pri mary election laws of this State. Be it further resolved that any person desiring o become a candi date for said office shall file with the chairman of the committee on or before July 21th, 1915 his declara tion showing his intention to be a candidate for said office as provided In the Act above referred to. Be it further resolved that in the event that there is but one candidate for the said office than this com mittee (upon proper certificate of the chairman) shall declare the said person the democratic candidate for id offise. Be it further resolved that in ease uo candidate reelves a majority of tBe votes in the frsint primary then A sertnd primary shall be held on the i0th day of August 1915, as pro vided by said Act. Be it further resolved that caudi date for said ose shall depeit With the chairman of this eommittee the sum of one dollar at tih de claration of candiday is filed. There being no farther basins he committee adjourned. R. K. Boder Temporary Chairman. W. H. HARVEY, Sseretary. Rheumtuuamlsadisase characterized bypl nt lathe jomte and ii the muscles. T!e most common torms are: Acute nd Chronle Rheumatism, Rheumatic Headaches. Sciatic Rheumatism and Lumbags. All of these types can be helped;absolutely by applying somegood limment that penetrates. An applic tioa of Sloan's Liniment twoor thre tinmes a day to the atffected part will give instant rebef. Sloan's Liuimeutis -ood for pain, and espeelallyRheumatic ain, because it penetrates to the seat of the trouble, aoothes the afmieted prrt and draws the pain. "Sloan's Lini mentis all mediame." Get a25e6 bottle now. Keep it handy in case of emer AILIOAD TIl TABLE V, S. a P. EilLAT. West Bound: No. 1.......... 8:44 a. m. No. 11..... 6:43 p. m. East Bound: No. 2........ 7:58 p. m No. 12 ........10:50 i. m. North Bound: No. 806 . J0 :18 a,. m. No. 896 - 1:80p. m. 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