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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1884

COVINGTON. OCT. 25. 884. Mirs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprnetress W. G. KENTZEIJ........ E.1roa aid Jdoral of S Tahmn Flar ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCII'PTION 11.TES Oneoopy, one year....... ...5 .n One copy nix onths... 1 00 One copy three months............ 50 National Democratic Ticket. FOE PRIESIDENT : Grover Cleveland, OF dNEW lORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : Thos. A. Hendricks, OF IINDIANA. FOR CONGRESS. 6T DISTRICT A. B. Irion, OP ATOYKLLES PARISH. A fine double-barrel breech-load ing shot gun for only $13 75. See advertisement. The street at the Faawza office coiner needs tilling, to allow the water to run off when it rains. The long drouth is ended at last. We have had copious rains this week, followed by clear and cohl weather. The Cemetery is being cleaned up; and will present a neat appear ance on All m.aints Day, which will be next Saturday. There will be a picnic and reci tations by the children of the Methodist Sunday School to-day, at the Tchefuncta bridge. Messrs. Poitevennt &am...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1884

W. G. KENTZEL .. ..E....E oa J. CAHIER, DEA.ER IN Dry Goods. Groceries. Ha dware Boots. Shoes. Hats. Capas.Etc. VCOVINGTON, LA. Bas also on hand a lull line of Ready-Made Clothing. Highest price paid for cotton, hides, wool, and all kinds of country produce. J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. CovieNroN, La.-Dw-E ns IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. HARD WARE A D CROCKERY, And indeed every article in demand as suited to this market JPThe Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods and choice Family Groceries, which will be sold at low fig ures. 'Coauntry produce taken in ex ehange for goods, at market price. pln connection with the general mercantile business of this house, the proprietor has established' a neat BIAR 0 tM, where he will keep the finest of "Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cigars, etc. constantly on hand, and a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 25 October 1884

ILSCELLANEOUS. -The project of an American expo iltion in Londo in 1886, attracts more attention in the press of England than in that of this country. -In India man succeeds in killing off about 2,4twsN beasts each year of the man-eating kind, tigers, wo\!ves, leop ards, etc. The beasts kill about 4,000 human beings a year. -Pulmonary consumption is the cause of one death in twelve in New York State. and the State Board of Health has laid the cause to the bad ventilation of school rooms.-Bujt/al Express. -A young man in Ohio wanted some ammunitin for his shot-gun. So he put some giant powder in a coffee-mill and began to turn the crank. He will never repeat the rash experiment. Chicago Herald. -There are some insults worse than others. A single lady of uncertain age was on the witness stand in a Western Police Court, whein the 'Squire asked her: "'What is your age?" ,"Your Honor," said the lawyer on the other side, "you should not press that ques tion. A woman of her age never likes...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 November 1884

ammaugt. fy armer. "The Blessings o Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 1, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 44. TilE OLD WIFE. by the bed the old man, waiting, sat in vigil sad and tender, whlee his aged wif~ lay dying; and the twi light shadows brown Slowly from the wall and window chased the Sunset's golden sp~len-or Going down. ait niahtr" she whbipered, waking ;for her spirit seem.-d to hover It between the next word's sunrise and the bed-time eares of this . An the old man. weak anl tearful, trembling aS he bent abo.- her, Answered "Yes." "at the children in?" she asked him. C(ould be tell her? All the tret-ures Of their household lay in silncuc many years beneath the suow: Unt the heart was with them living, back among her toils an t pleagurea Long ago: And again she called at dew-fall, in the sweet olM summer weat her. "Where is little Charley,. father? Frank and Robert-...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 November 1884

COVINGTON. NOV. 1, 1884. MIrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL........ EDIuo adil Joaaln f L hTnmany Lih, ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUfISCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year... ..........$2 00 One copy nix months............. 1 00 One copy three months ........... 50 National Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT : Grover Jleveland, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : Thos. A. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. FOR CONGRESS, GTa DISTRICT A. B. Iriou, OF ATOYM.LLE PARISH. The oysterman is coming, "Some Day." Capt W. W. W. Risher has removed with his family to Kempertown, Miss. The strayed sorrel mare was sold yesterday, by Justice R. E. Terrell, and purchased by Mr. Winm. Badon for $40. We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Hardy H. Smith on the new ac quisition to their family (a flue boy) yesterday morning. Mrs. Sturekens and family, who have been spending the season at their summer residence, in Coving ton, left for the city last Tuesday. Mr. W. W. Wilson presented us, this week, with some finue Irish po ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 November 1884

CIt. bnznzuOf' ,rn1u1r. COVINOTOI. NOV!, I18t1 Election Proclamation. State of Louisiana--Prish of St. Tam many. Whereas, S. D. McEaery, Governor of the State of Louisiana, has issued hi. proclamation orderini an election, and WhIreas, The l w requires me to issue a pIroclamation for the election of offi cers Now, therefore, I, W. B. Cook, Sheriff of the Parish of St. Tammany, State oa Louisiana, do hereby issue this mv SProclamation, directing an election to be held throughout the parish, at such places as may be de:ignated by the legal local nthorit, thereof, on Tuesday. November 4, ISS31, it being the Tuesday next after the first Monday in said month. fron 7 o'clo.k in the morning until 6 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of electing, by general ticket, eight electors of Presi dent and Vice President of the United States, two of whom shadl be for the State at large, and, six for the several Electoral Districts of the Stateo Also, for one Representative in ('on gress to le...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 1 November 1884

IMCELLAIIEOUI. -Le Moyne of crematory fame, never allows the use of preservedl fruits in his household. He says they were intended to be eaten only inseason.--tiilade!ph. -There are now in the United States 810 Young Men's Christian Associa tions, with a membership of 108,137. They own eighty buildings and $3,956, 675 worth of real estate.-N. Y. Ezac -The Edson Electric Light Com-rn pany has three farms in Northern Ja pan, comprising three hundred acres, devoted to raising the bamboo which, splintered and carbonized, are used in the incandescent lamps. --t may not be generally known that soft-shell crabs are caught and then systematically fattened. As an old crabber said: "Crabs, like most folks, can't live on nothin', and so we mashes up some clams, some fish, or some meat, or horse feed, or almost anything we get right handy. If we don't feed 'em, they'll eat one another up."-New Raven Reqister. -James Gorden Bennett has as greater number of houses awaiting his occupation than any...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 November 1884

"The Blessings o Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISHII, LA., NOVEMBER 8, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 45. JJf WIFE'S A nW. Y. What'p that sensation-unil my heart Tht feels as if i'd list a part Of self. and makes my feelin5s smart? My wife's away. What happy voice at rosy morn. On musices wine that one' was bnrne, 1h missed, and things look so forlorn? My wife's away. What makes me have the bluest blues, And all the world curs' anld abuse, And sulky melancholy choose? My wife's away. What's vacant atthe table-head. Where, angel-like, dispensing bread, She sat, and now a blank Instet :l My w~ifel' away. What ails myundertrs*Sint kit? lot one of thenl will rightly sit It drives me nearly in a tit. My wife's away. The socks-not two of them will pair; The shirts-not one without a tear; The buttons, too, are never there. My wife's away. The sooty servant now is boss. And turns her nose up with...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 November 1884

Bt, .t'ilm lau1l farmer. (COVINGTON. NOV. 8. 1884 Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G(. KENTZE L........ Ei,rro OF Jo o St Tamy ?Ii ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SCUIIRIP 7ION RA TES One copy, one year..............S2 00 One copy six months. ........... 1 00 One copy three months ........... 50 The, Republican War-horse, J. G. B laine. Bound for the shad) banks ot Salt River. His mate, Buzzard Logan, is a good second in the race, while he cries out: If you git there before I do, Oh! tell 'em I'm a-comin' too! There was a heavy white frost here yesterday and this morning. Fresh pork and venison appear ed in market this week. Mr. C. G. Joyner and family have removed to New Orleans. A farm eight miles from Coving ton is offered for sale. See adver tisement. Hundreds of molasses barrels are received in Covington by every trip of the schooner Pippo. Several changes have been made in terms of holding Court in this Judicial District. See notice in another column. Theeelection passed off very qui...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 November 1884

t. Eamm anu fannmer. L COVINGTcisN N1 ,V , 1884I. J. CAHIER. DEiI.Ln IN Dry GoIs, OGroneries Ha'. dware Boots, Shoes. Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LX. Has also on hanl a lull line of lReady-Mlade ('loulaing. Highest price paid for cotton. hil--. wool, and all kinds of csuntry pr .lice. J. E. Smiith. II. 11. Smhith. C. L. .mtith. J. E. SMITH & SONS Cov..N.ru'x, LA.-D)I:. I.::s IN General Merchandise. Consisting of all tLh gr,..t st.plh arol i,, -. DRY GOODS AND l Ot)cEl:IE.S. HARD I.- l.E .1D .V I l, iI; I. And indee, evvry artihcl- ill iellltLa I as suit .i to tli.s nia.srkl et. $Tl'he llighe;.t l'rice. !,ail f;or Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. (.l.;al,) Merchant. RIeceives continual senpplies of well selected Dry Goodsi and choice Fanily Groceries, which will Ie soll ,t low ig 11 res. .l'Coilnrtrv pro.lnv'a taken in ea change for gools, at ima.rket price. ?6rT"n eonneation with the general mercantile bIsitlnss of this hu.,se, the plrop!rietor ha< established a in-at !lAil 1...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 8 November 1884

)tfICELLANEOUC. -A fal.e hunrer ought not to be soothed, nor a false thir.st to be satis tied, for satisfaction here is only adding fuel to a fire that would otherw~ise go out.-N. Y..ll Mail. -According to the annual police re port of England, recently issued, 12,411 children under ten years of age were lost in that country lastyear. Only six were recovered. -The Southern darkey has a belief that anointing the eyes of a shying horse with water in which a chameleon has been boiled, will cure the horse of the bad habit.-Louiscille Courier Journal. -Some of the cleverest detectives in New York are women. They are of the ditferent types of beauty and mind calculated to gain this or that man's confidence and learn his secrets.--,. Y. Herald. -Two little boys planted a third, standing, in the sand on the beach at Long Branch so etfi'ctually that when the tide came up they couldn't get him out. and but for timely aid he would have drowned.--N. Y. Sun. -The bonnet of the day is described as...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 November 1884

S ZLt,_~ammaugfarmer. "The Blessings o Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 15, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 46. RAIN. a With a cadence soft and low . Falls the rain! I All the heavy grasses seema Bowed with pain; While the tender flowers droop To the sod, c Bent like penitents that kneel ft To their God: And the trees loom indistinct Thro' the mint, a While the roses red and sweet, - I That were kissed By the sun to fragrant ite. te, Blanch with fear. d From each starry jasmlne's cup Drops a tear Pure as thoe the angels shed a O'er man's fall; P And the dark green moss that cling To the wall Drinks the rain up thirstily. t On their stalks Lilies bend their stately heade. Thro' the walks i Tiny streamlets, running clear,. Make it seem Like some fairy island viewed In adream. 0! my garden brings a joy; t To my heart. As I stand and watch the rain Far apart a Prom the throng a...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 November 1884

t. Wanm uau n annaer. COVINGTON. NOV. 15. 1884. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ....... Eniro hda ogalw d t ua liI. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES One oopy, one year...........$2.... 00 One copy sir months. .........1 00 One copy thre mouths .......... 50 Mr. W. T. Smith, of Galveston, Texas, arrived in Covington last Thursday evening, on a visit to his relatives and friends. Capt. LeBlane, the oysterman, arrived here last Saturday with a load of the delicious bivalves. He presented the printer with a sup ply, for which we' return thanks, and hope he will come again soon. RItLIIOUS Novicl.-Rev. R. I. C. Duncan will preach at the Sandy Ford Schoolhouse, on Saturday, the 22d inst., at 3 o'clock P. n And at Blackwell's Schoolhouse, on Sunday, the 23d inst.. at 10 o'clock A. ir. The public are oordially in vited to attend. Nine colored men who passed through here, last week, on their way to Franklin, La., were arrest ed in the city. They are supposed to be the p...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 November 1884

COVINIGTN. NOV. 15. 184. J. CAHIER. Drl G0o1. Oroc3ries. RIt aware Boot,{ Shoes. Hats. Caps. Etc. COVINGTON, LA. If . alW on haud a 11ll line of Readylady e Clothiug. Highest price paid for cotton. hi. lt. wool, and all kinds of country pIronatlce. J. L Smith. IL H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS CovrIoTo , LA.-D-)tALEIt8 IN General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple arti.le'. DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. IIARD IARE A.D C'RO'KEI l1, And indeed every article in demand na suited to thisu luarket. 'pThe Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CAARLES HEINTZ, (A.ed,.) Merchant. Receives continual sulllplie .at, wvell selected Dry (Goods a.1 clhoi,. Famiily (iroceries, which will lie suol. at low tig urea. `PConstry proluce taken in ex change for gooudg at n,.rket price. 'min connestion with the general naercautile busines~. o this. hones. tLhe proprietor has establishld ( i t.,t l;A l it tIM, where he will keep tflo i.nest ot Wines, Liquors, Iageer liter, c'gar-.. e...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 15 November 1884

mICELLAlEOU. -Underground telegraph conduits become dangerous when struck by light ning. A heavy current is suddenly started that in several instances has de stroyed switch-boards and injured by standers in the operating room.-A. Y. Bun. -According to the Chemist and Drug gist the substance which gives to Rus sia leather its peculiar aromatic and lasting qualities is the oil of white birch bark. Dissolved in alcohol, it is said to render fabrics proof against water, acid and insects and renders them more lasting. - A young lady from New York, who I was visiting friends at Weatherfield, was mortally afraid of cows; and coming on one suddenly one day, she was too frightened to run. So poking her parasol at the beast, she stuttered out: "Lie down, sir! lie down!"-N. Y. Graphic. -An English chemist who has ana lyzed all sorts of canned goods comes to the conclusion that there is no dan ger from metallic poison. Any metallic salt present in sufficient quantities to be poisonous would ren...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 November 1884

Zlt.&wrnau.g farmer. "The Blessings o Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 22, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 47. i. 6mu nE~Z L ndtr nOI~TN nn. IIfIA1 m'RSI nnulm nuEJB E nnnL •8t VO.X DON'T BE IN A Il'IRRY. pon't be in ahurry to answer yve or no, h.ohin. a lost by being ret:onably slow. In a hasty moment you may ;ave consent. And through years of torment leisurely re pent. If a lover seeks you to become l"'. wife, Happiness or mliwr. may lie yours- f 'r life: Don't be in a hur ry our fect.hng:s to c. ni. , But think the matter over before you answer "es. baM ame ask forgiveness for a grave of I eeitears betra) inr earnest penitence, Pity and censole him and hi- fears sllty, Ad don't be a bhurry to :lrive the child away. Burrybrings ns worry; worry wears us out. people know what they're about. Inste will bring us surely to the ditch, Ald trouble overwhelm us it we hurry to...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 November 1884

t. eammuaq gama. COVINGTON. NOV. 22.1884. Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ....... Ernvoa s lm d IL? n uiui ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy, one year.... .......... 00 One copy six month. .........1 00 One copy three months.......... 50 Mr. Robert Mendow, a practical mason, solicits the patronage of the .public. See advertisement Mrs. Burns, of Chubby Hill Plantation, has our thanks for sonsu Sne new syrup, received yesterd..y The delinquent tax list, :nd a rush of job work, prevents nous frm giving the usual amount of read ing matter this week. There will be a judicial sale to day, at Madisonville, in the suc cession of Antoine and Catherine Dulion. See advertisement. Gov. McEnery has issued his proclamation, designating Pext Thursday, the 27th inet, as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer. The grinding season has fairly opened, and it soounds like business to hear the whistles of the sugar mills re-echoing through the piney woods. The citizens o...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 November 1884

J. l A1±,AH I . DFLi.ru IN Dry Goods, Grocaries. Hr. aware Boots. Shoes. Hats. Caps. Etc COVINGrON, LA. Has also on han.l a toll line of ReadV-Mlade ('loltring. Highest price paid for cotton. h1ile', wool, and all kinds of country pronce. J. E. Smith. H. H. Smith. C. L. Smith. J. E. SMITH & SONS. CovmraToN, La.-DEALERIS I General Merchandise, Consisting of all the great staple articles, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. 11A RDI WA E AND ('ROCKEll And indeed every article in demand as suited to this market. JPThe Highest Price paid for Country Produce. CHARLES HEINTZ. Merchant. Receives continual supplies of well selected Dry Goods and choice Flamily Groceries, which will be sold at low tig iires. p-lCointry pro lue tiakni in ex change for goods, at minrket pce-_. .rlun connetioon witl, the "en'r.l i amercautile bauinesS. of tlhi. h.laie, t1,". ,roprietor has establith. .l " it i; tA {VO' fl, where ht will keel, th inesti ofi. Wines. Liquors. i.a..±r I;er, cig .rs. rt.. constantly o n han...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 22 November 1884

MISCELLANiEOUU. -Female telegraph operators in Ger many receive -244) a year with no va cation. - A well drained farm is said to im prove the health of domestic animals that live upon it. -Owl, stufted with sauerkraut, isa Truckee luxury, says the Territorial SEnfcri rise. It is the result of the united epicurian genius and taste of a Waslhoe Indian brave and a big chief of Vaterland. -A Massachuaet.s man was arrested one day recently for stealing 15,000 pennies, the hoard of an old farmer in Connecticut. The thief had purchased a horse with his plunder, paying the price in pennies.-Boston Transcript. -A schooner which sailed from Baltimore recently for the Spanish main took out a number of sewing ma chines for the Mosquito Indians, which the du-ky maidens will utilize in the manufacture of costumcs such as pre vail in that country. -Irish butter seems to be the best. At the International Exposition, held this year at Calcutta, it was awarded a diploma and medal. The samples ex hibi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 29 November 1884

"The Blessings o Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." Y. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 29, 1884. VOL. X.- NO. 48. MATILDA'S BE WARD. Miatilda live upon a fart In Aleghtany County, And hppines a upon her life Did slred its gold', bounty. She used to hel- her mother in The duties 'jf loueekeeping 8he used to churn and make the bread A ea e, and do the sweeping. eA d hile she dli these things, she smiled ·t . n-or a pleasont ditty. .And litened inot to other girls Who glorillfied the city. They'd speak about the farmer's life Asone of heans atnd poItage, And place the hands. nne blrow U-st one! -t Above the humble cottage. And toher they would daily say, In manner strangely vocal: 'The girl who stays upon the farm Will have to wed a 'yokel.' " bonse girls all to the city went Upon the self-same mission To marry men with land and gold And hold a high position. But after years had floated by. These gir...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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