The following undated, unidentified newspaper article was found in a copy of Helen Craft's Scrapbook at the Lowell Public Library:
Barr - Hill.
March 4, 1899, Herbert S. Barr led to the altar one of Lowell's fairest daughters, Miss Jessie Hill. We warmly congratulate Herbert on the prize he has won. The marriage took place at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. D.D. Mee, 996 North Oakley Ave., Chicago, Ill., and was a private affair; those being present were D.D. Mee and wife, Miss Julia Hughes, Lora Mee, E. Mee and Clarence Barr. Rev. Dix, of the Western Ave. M.E. church, performed the marriage ceremony that made them one.
Mr. Barr, the bridegroom, is one of Crown Point's attorneys and is a young man greatly respected by all who have the pleasure of his acquaintance. He is the son of the late Samuel A. Barr. The many friends of the bride in Lowell and vicinity, including the TRIBUNE, join in wishing the happy young couple happiness and prosperity, and that no cloud may ever arise to darken the sunshine of their bliss.