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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 June 1909

THE TENSAS GAZETTE mmNEW SERIES VOLa.. XV.In . JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY JUNE 18, 1909 NEW SERIES VOL. XVI, ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1909N.3 Country Homes. By Elbert Hubbard. HETHER man and the monkey had a oommo ancestor or not, it is very true that they have many characteristics In common. Both are imitators. Most men persist in doing a thing long after the necessity for doing it has ceased In architecture, for instance, the follies of some one 5nan may be continued in a community for a hundred years or more. Almost overy town has some peculiar feature in its houses that Is pe petuated by carpenters, builders and planing mill men, acquiesced ina by the awner And nobody knows why. MSore and more we will look to the country for rest. The trolley lines are bringing the woods and the city closer together. A house for every family will some day-it must-be the rule. The average American home is an imitation palace, wherein the owner is as lavishly extravagant as his income makes poss...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 June 1909

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1909. ABNER E. ;ItREEN, - - EDITOR. SUISCIIPTHI' N I KAIUt.Y t 1 S I Aatwve . 150 Adice to Farmers Frea Dr. S. A. KIapp. The followinlg 'ircular letter to t farnmers of t.he 'untry h as Iben i issued by I)r. S. A. Knapp, slwci:tal agent in charge of th , Faire trs' (CKperative I)Densunstrat ion Wo\rk, of the Bureau ,of P'lant IinaIitry, "Wa.thington, 1). ('.. anlI is of Is' euliar intlerest to c vry ottoit n platnt er at this timne, ow ing to thei heavy anld a'antiatnous rain- thlat hiv\ fal len in this s.c.ti, tllih plast fe.w weeks: U. S. I)-epartn.nt if .\triuithure. ) Itntieau i ,f Ilant Iltdbstry. Farun'ri' lihm,,n.atratiol Work. ) 1aslhingtn, 1). (C ., lnine 2, 1909. To Agents in Hall \\e',- il Territory: Dear Sir--Iteports have rnaalaa-l our office covering the etfliat of the recent heavy rains on cotton in Ioll weevil dis tricts. Of course the hleavy rains have been favorable to the weevil, and nothing else could ha...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 June 1909

PLANET JR. This is going to be a Cultivator Year. There will be more Cultivators used than Plows. The one recommended by the Depart ment of Agriculture at Washington, and by lo cal Government Experts, and designated by name, is the PLANET JR. We have on hand a stock equal to all de mands, but must warn you against the nnmer uos counterfeits and imitations. The genuine have PLANET JR. stencilled on the handles, and stamped on the under side of all blades. Schwartz & Stewart, DISTRIBUTORS NATeHEZ, MiSS. AGENTS FOR The LEDBETTER One-Seed Cotton Planters. Send for Circular. 'Tensaw" White Rocks! Eggs Now Selling for $2.00 for the Settings of Fifteen Eggs from the Best Pens, and $1.00 per Setting for the Eggs from the Yard. All are Pure and from Good Chickens. I Have No Stock for Sale. J. D. FULTZ. ri '" NEW[ELLTON. LA. Attention!! When In Need of anything In the way of clothin Haberdashery WRITE US. You get the BEST QUALITY for the LEAST MONEY and yeor order will be given prompt at...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 June 1909

The Gateman's Sensation. The man frcm Washington. D. C.. was at the Bunker 11111 Monument. He registered. looked at the curiosi ties, and when told that to go to the top he would have to climb the stairs dodged. TEavint, he chattered with the gateman, who dese-ibed the views from the wtndows in great detail. "How kcng have you been here?" "Twenty-five years." "What are the sensations experi enced when yon eare at the top?" "I don't know, I've never been to the tom."-Boston Record. READ LAW BY MOONLIGHT. Lincoln Did It Often, Sitting on the Cellar Door. How weil I refaenuber when Lin omba WVed in Petoersyurg, IJl., carrylni the ebaln for a s-rrveyrr'a party and *aNig for 75 cec's a day, sayse a writer in the National :.iagazLne. The rwveo.r's wife told me that c'he ofte:i saw hnim studying at ni:;ht, seated on the cellar door. readlr Biwckstone often until midnl'ht by the (ihtt of the moon. Linceln always took note of the light and dark moon. as is shonwn " an incident which occurr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 June 1909

THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW ER o IE VOr. X VI S . J SEP . !a.R A . JU . .90 ,- -4 NEW SERIES VOL. XVI. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1909 NO. 40 m nm m •I mI I "i" al I H Di I nlH Realism an? Impressionism. By Elbert Hubbard. " literature, as in all art,, there are two separate and distinct schools. Just now one school is called Realism and the other im pressionisn. These schoole have been known by various names, but the thing itself is ever the same; and between these schbools there is an endless war. The fight is as anoleat as Aristophanes and recent as Pro fessor Zudblia, of Chicago. Armistices are sometimes agreed upon, but the battle again rages, sooner or later. The difference between Realism and Impressionism is that one describes the thing, while the other only suggests it. Impressionism makes you think, Realism does the thinking for you Not long ago I saw a picture which seemed to me to be Impressionism of the pure type. It was a canvas entitled "Waiting." It showed a -woman...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 June 1909

Lessen In Good Marmer,. A well4aown lawryer is teiling a good story about blmself sad his ef oarts to correct aoe esaaas of his efiee boy. Gae mraig not kle ago the youg auatoeat bew to the eoice sad teltg his cap at a hook, elakaetd: "Say 'Mr. oans there's a ball g  down at te park today, and a'm go. Now, the attorney Is not a hard. hearted man and 6+s wtUllg the b'y should go, but thoubht he would teach bhe a 11ttle lesson in good manners. "Jimate," he said, "that Isn't the way to ask a favor. Now, you come over here sad sit down and I'll show you how to do it." The by took the office chair and his employer picked up his cap and stepped outside. He ten opened the door softly, and, holding his cap in his hand, said quietly to the small; boy in the big chair. "Please, sir, there is a ball game at the park today; if you can spare me I would like to get away for the afternoon." In a flash the boy responded. "Why, oertainly, Jimmlie; and here is 60 cents to pay your way in." '-Short S...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 July 1909

THE TENSAS GAZETTE mm. .R I i ES'f VO XI .T JOSE S r - m An R--DA JUL I2I -- - d Le 0 In 1 NEW SERIES VOL. XVI. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1909 NO.41 - i -- ; • -nn U m -- n l a. . .,_ -i !Il ' Let the Children Smash Their Toys By Harold E. Goret, former Secretary of the British Minister of Education. HE curse of education is that as facts are driven in ideas are think too little. The memory is stored with a lot. of rbbiA, and imagination is smothered and dies. Its tendency is to de velop a level of medioority and to suppress genius. Ohildren are punished for what we stupidly call lies when the child is merely exercising his inagination, takiag out for a ll'le canter, so to speak. One of my boys tells such colossal lies that his ',caeher has excused hinp for them. He no longer punishes him when he tells them. lie says they are such remarkalble lies that he knows the child doesn't intend th-em to be falsehoods. He simply sees things on a colossal scale and will probably become...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 July 1909

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, .1JULY 2, 1000. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. UBnC IIIPTIION AI'I.tLY ! " In Adtranc.. • $1.50 t Latest aid Best Advice as to Extermi nation of t`e Boll Weevil. iHelw i- g'v..:1 n-t apllet ali ail- I vice from l 1i -ieippi ('rp Pest 1 ('cllun issior n is to tle I ,'t :ta|l Iunt.-t 1racticahle mthod of c,,mbnating the In 1.1 wtc.viil. .Si prgllnant Iitt C t'-duahle informatin a:nd suggestin : i.ý the instructi, n that w.c rleprduI ti fur thel com ilhrat- tin,, :mill gui lat w s, oif all planterc- ias ui tlultl il i:tibly the' lt't p!:ln f Ibattle that has yet h Iten ,outlined : s N. unpress.,I with tlhe, truth that the boll wev 'ils \v"u initw blind inl youtlr (ctt4n lare aill ,ver-winterell ones, that is, %v cvils that have re mained in n ilntr quart ,rs since last a fall, and are just now putting in II their aplNara ce, dting s mlte dam- I age, but lnot ulh at ]rrstent, in ll conmparison witht wiiht mlay Ie tohet later en, unlsss yVui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 July 1909

THE WALTBR A. WOOD "ADMIRALl." "A Little Bit the Best Mower Ever Built." ALSO Rakes, Carriers, Presses, Forks and Oth er Haying Tools at Lowest Prices. Schwartz & Stewart, AGRNTS NATeHBZ, MISS. ii "lensaw" White Roksl! Eggs Now Selling for $2.00 for the Settings of Fifteen Eggs from the Best Pens, and a $1.00 per Setting for the Eggs from the Yard. All are Pure and from Good Chickens. I Have No Stock for Sale, J. D. [ ULTZ. f'l N[WELLTON. LA. Attention!! it I. to When In Need of Aaytlhlad th waY e 0 clothlng Haberdashery WRITB US. You iet the BEST QUALITY ber at LEAST MIBYV ia your order will be imve p rml M . We ee wk a til always provide the s t atie pi, mi tYhs ieP - ly l your confidce un d curries e-b bwLI ehi tl t you. of M. M. ULLMAN & (0., NATOnBZ, MISS. H "Good elothea Sde. 1875." BI The Baton Roqp SMitadi. Recently completed, furah'ed with moduims le 'ble electrical appUlammgese m treuetmegt umIn s m s Ut t b to add to the co to~~f th1 sick l''e aea. esee he . ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 July 1909

lA.A Ti DE MbKPTadCIt;bb p' rr ad rti, biql) in e'r.t;i AU db tb tourrb dih duJi cowhtrg'3 fhescucded.v Wflb merriment end laugbtur. (J~Dalbetion bedr been acne Tb. bogs porod, white evvg(gIrV enuet geus todependence,~ In line walks proudly after;'! ar r ouWr own dekndontb'lL . for want of #ruultion yea.r sines that momentou lbq ý orcru to stop-but over di L.v~jeug aanod-meKRAtorV; - flindtbe&.t m tio .Y - -The Churchman. jYALE HEROES HONORED. Slm to Cammmat Thrk Fight With th "The heroic defense of New Haven by the students of Yale College, an almost forgotten page of American history," says Army and Navy Life, "was first thrown into the national limelight by the unveiling of a unique piece of statuary. The group was designed and sculptured in the studio of James Edward Kelly. The unveiling took place on July 5, 1907, the anniversary of the defense of New Haven. James Edward Kelly, Sculptor. STATUE TO STUDENTS OF YALE WHO OPPOSED THE BRITISH AT NEW HAVEN. "The statue represents...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 July 1909

THE TENSAS GAZETTE ewmt-. luabmhAs Ow. dImwtteG. aW mM we a w6. .m W esmm e -- -& , W L..lr.. . - --l N IW SERIES VOL. XVI. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JULY §. 1909 NO. 42 Irm mkmm mm •I mm mI mn mmI mI ml I • • mI mm I III lm · Imm111 11 · 1mmm mmmm l1 Nil •1 • m Spheres Qf the Sexes. **Y-t in the Long Years Liker Munt They Grow." Hyv Alice Stone Blackwell. ie, recent hearing in Boston on woman suffrage, Prof. William AI .,Sc1egwic-k said, in substance, that the character, sphere, and I I ni;ons of men and women become more and more differen t a;td with the advance of civilization and that anything which : nls to lessen this differentiation is a step backward toward aL rbarism. Tits argument proves altogether too much. If it be true, then ,*.' , ,n" that has been made in the position of women during the last hun~l' .,..rs has been a retrogression. 311r f.) E WK\oolley, President of .Mount Hlolyoke College, in a recent address, . ti'm~,ed that in the early Colonial days of .Massa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 July 1909

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. FIIDAY, .11'LY I , lu9. ABNEI E. GtEEN, - - ElITOR. S 1.. AS a..... . PRIACHIIN(i l'" (iOSI'IL 01 6OOD ROADS. Fro Int th| " Ma it i faL liur.r' " lt'.llr .I 'Fr I,n g. . t ..a.l-I.I . - lllr , ll- I .' 11 \ I i la' t l ' ll i tl'l f th ' ',t l u tr. \\ill Il vi' .ry f.lr r' I.l' liIt ill il- I'tl''Io t. W I' ;1II"' I t'i'I 11 Ij11 1 l II lI nI'rit. ill Vtiiem nt, L : li r r i ll ilt u. l i tl t V illl ililll ' n 11 I n i' I t:In li lt' i- t IlIl Ii i i i\" t ril 'I Ir li t'I , lillui l 'i' n a :lill ILt .' lii I 1' h , I ,h ll .ll ill' :I i l t g 'ri' l tg ll': Il , iS tri t i t- \\ , lit Ill,| 't' l l, -1 w ith :l lljilililt tli -t '1ull , , itii . IS il reiL (s il1, : iai it i.:I t't l "i than -ili tp t io a l te r li I .d. irt in gt 'tI II ilt- ' It - lgreiti t Ifili t ilt, l Ir 1 jom r ir, t il l tii i ll I eii h n it t ihi ti.il fiiii l l ,l iuly frlliu the le It I,:wlk It till' i ,,lliil trt il:aie. T'i llr ' 7ri l"'ih e ll IlItI I 1...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 July 1909

THE WALTER A. WOOD "7IDMIRAL" . "A Little Bit the Best Mower Ever Built," ALSO Rakes, Carriers, Presses, Forks and Oth er Haying Tools at Lowest Prices. Schwartz & Stewart, -== EGBNT8 NATHBZ, MiSS. "Tensaw" White Rocksl Eggs Now Selling for $2.00 for the Settings of Fifteen Eggs from the Best Pens, and $1.00 per Setting for the Eggs from the Yard. All are Pure and from Good Chickens. I Have No Stock for Sale. J. D. FULTZ.  N[W(LLTON. LA. Attention!! When In Need of Aaythlal Il the way O l othin Haberdashery WRITB US. I You get the BEST QUALITY hr the LEAST MO1Y as. ar order wM k gveb pompt- . Wee taUke ae o lways provide the bt at ittl ices n n, a i ms e.so ly Ic your confidence and carris hu a bi sa vbig to you. M. M. ULLMAIN & (0., NA T6HeZ, MISS. "Good elothes SIce .1878." mmu. Addreu- Dr. T. P. Sha i , Satvm rtepaifr hop. To My Old Customers and Friends in Tensas Parish: I have opened a shop in ST. JOSEPH for all kinds of repair work. Prompt ness and satisfaction guar...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 July 1909

No Ear for Music. As the service wa" drawing to a close In the Tron church. Edinburgh, an old Italian music master passed by. He drew near the door and w;a startled. He said to the beadle: "What is that horribl4 noise I hear?" The beadle. much scandalized, answered: "That's the people praising God." The sad for eigner rejoined: "Then their God must have no oar for music." And scrrowftlw shsakln his head, he walked away. . Women in Industry Jhe Is There to Stay, and She Needs the Buffrage By Katharine Houghton Hepburn * .,+4++4 .  * F wontW·r health is Injured by their present conditions of * work, ihen for the good of the race something must be done . about it. Either women must be forced out of industry or I ,, 'lal legislation must be enacted to protect women work ers. Women have gone out of the home into the factory .44,; g.. because their work has gone out of the domestic system .. into the factory system. They have simply followed their . ±' .{" work, and any attempt to force...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 July 1909

THE TENSA GAZETTE NE W SERIES VOL. XVI. ST. JOSEP A., FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1909 TBriber and Bribee By Nathaniel C. Fowler, Jr. OT more than a hundred years ago there lived in a city not more than 15,000 miles away from New York, but not the city of Boston,-oh, no, that city of more or less culture.-an alleged bold, bad, wicked, grafting politician, who candidat ed for the mayoralty. The good folks, and especially those who forgot to vote, opposed his election, and talk against him ran in that circular stream which somehow seems to circulate within Itself. I ... ,of alleged evil-doing owned or controlled a paper with a circu lation not quite large enough to make it one of the great advertising mediums of the ilaulity, but it was filled with advertising. The goody-goody people the lae , aind the shirkers-said that the paper was a blackmailing sheet or a rcc,.~ a 1t for the deposit of bribe money. It either was or it waleet; but any was. it was filled with announcements of big corporations...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 July 1909

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, J',LY 1,, 1909. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EaItIioet. SU0 O RIPTIIN - I . d:A tI. i In Adtva0oc. TO CONFEDEIRATE VIiTIERANS. Gen. T. \V. C(:stl-,enan, C'nl missioner Lotisi:na .M1ilitary Itec ords, i la(ddrlii,~ g :1 cnl(un,1 i tioln to Ctltnfederat Vet'ran,, r¶t iquePstig thI, old Cntrad,'s 111 for ward hint all data i1 111,ir p,.-. sessioni relating" to the commallnd ii whiich service wt re re In.,dced, and that all who hayv muster rills ,f the Colp.ul)aljies i Ii ullich tlhv worre unlisted, th,, l'attali,,nS ,)r legimtnets thy wre as.gitul'd to, aneld ally inf.orlatiln tlhat will a tist him in his wo'rk if vwritiing a hisitory of the liI, l part pla:yed by louisiana in Ilhi war hltwilei the States, to kiitlly ftrward salme to him. lie priomise to carefully jpreserve antd rturtlll to owneVr it desired all such r,,mlini.-cenlcs. The following letter ,.xplains itself:, Ne:w (h .ºut\ .', it., Jully 1ii, I'1It. T'o I 'c eil 'el rate \"1t r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 July 1909

THE WALTER A. WOOD "ADMIRAL!" S ". Little Bit the Best Mower Ever-Built." ALSO I a:kcs, Carriers, Presses, Forks and Oth cr Ilaying Tools at Lowest Prices. Schwartz & Stewart, 1GENTS NITeHBZ, AMISS. '"Tensaw" White Rocks! [:rgs Now Selling for $2.00 for the Settings of Fifteen E3ggs from the Best Pens, and $1.00 per Setting for the Eggs from the Yard. All are Pure and from Good Chickens. I liave No Stock for Sale. J. D. fULTZ, FiL N[W[ELLTON, LA. Attention!! Commencing Sunday, June 11th M. M. ULLMAN & CO.'S Semi-Annual Sale Begins July 12th and Continues One Week Only. 33 1=3 i)iscount on all Men's and Childrens' Suits, Trousers, Panama and Straw Hats. TermsI of Sale: Strictly Cash. No goods sent on ;l,)r1ol)ation. Prompt and careful attention given out of town orders. NA THEZ, MISS. "Good elothes Since 1878." The Baton Rouge Sanitarium. iRecently completed, furnished with modern improvements, il cludinr elcLtrical3 appliances; ozone treatmet; grduate nrses aid e~erything to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 July 1909

LOST OKLAHOMA TOWN. Once Headquarters of Chickasaw N. tion--Supplied Salt to Confederates. Twelve miles east f this place 1t one of the "lost" towns of Okla hema, Boggy Depot. lying In the low. ,lands of Boggy Creek. Many years ago Boggy Depot was a noted place in Indian Territory. When Col. James Boggy as an agent of the Federal Government brought the Chickasaw Indians from Mississippi in 1832 he pitched b's tent on the ground where afterward stood Boggy Depot. The Chickasaw' made a treaty with the Governmenl wherein it was provided that all busy ness with these Indians, including the payment of moneys, should be trans acted at ,oggy Depot. this place be ing chosen by the Indians because JI the fact that all supplies for the Chickasaws were hauled in wagons tc loggy Depot- from Fort Smith. Ark For years Boggy Depot was a Gov ernment poet. When the lands hell by the Chortaws and Chickasaws were divided between the two tribes the ('hiokasaws inovw d westward to theft present hrome an...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 July 1909

THE TENSAS GAZETTE e.** ipmbI.ans oC., Kiamasee. oinem wanWw - hase lwtsmh m **aTe l mommase. iam wWAfb --manamm e i A meGee m a-m. . - - Ma NE\W SERIES VOL. XVI, ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. JULY 23. 1909 NO.44 Time's Problem. By Elbert Hubbard. 'l! I has always been a puzzle to philop'h-rs. 'TTh y could -never explain, or account, or trace its be ginning and enp. And they cannot yet. While we can calcu!ate the end of worlds and solar systems, tirm, stretches away illimitable, unfettered and uncontrolled. Thie princi;pal thing that differentiates man from animals is his to r:;/..: 'n (of titie. Ait :a.;:i t e ,l a itni they are hurgry, hbut they never look at the sun or make any "Ln whotich shows that they are speculating about time. lir: , and fo' l.s go to roost when it grows dark, and get busy 'when light returns. \\h, n a tot:,l o".lipse happens. <hicklns accept it as a matter of course, and hi:,nr t,,,.r ro,,,s; v.hll,- we foretell the cor yng eclipse by the use of a w a' , h...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 July 1909

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDIAY, JU1LY 1, 91.: ABN'EI E. (:1:1" F', --Iin: lea4)1i Ad %3411t4. .2' ) 1.I' Proceedings of Fifth Louisiaoa levee Board. till 1 1, 11. 11 .1. J:1. IIh \ ;44:4.4!'41 '4 1 11 -hi :r I (a . (:11 (.(I 1 I : I j; Ii . ` 'rl i. I.1I. 1 'It.!lI 1 ii.J I .ll iij) Cfl t IIIro it'l al - ;:11t';l··· . . '11 1'14' 1y4 I't' p - II1I a., ti~ fltl, &(Y. ig E'.. J..t lil' lo: tl ulv 4 , I;r !. .1r.l .'rl 1 l till : , W. tII. Ward. 1;.11 Milt' lidarl. (.v .e Co . li ti li i. ill tll', i.i h it I i (! trk't B. lou t. e fr i lll.cl II of tite M2;~si..i~i )pI nvi\''t 1111' gr(·i~lvI' ly elldallgerd hit' 'V.4' :il'mg iii'' M44fw4ood uidt Stc~nkuigl' fr~liit,,, nod wi'ere.' gr iL d Ii't'.i It y, - for thea cfllstructilulf (41 21 uhf' ci , 1ev sII I t11 41 11 iit'l "I l't)111 t:'" 1ý1eI4Vw of 1111 41 I lIck 1 i!'lg, f II \ ·( · ·: tll1'i(itffff 114' p '\it. t- ,1 '1!: \ d 181)4.1issfI. 1 \'r l i ti !1.1i lii jaili le've o I)itil' 'It, I x:1t It ii t i' Ma...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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