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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Co., Limited. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. , $1.50 Per AnnM m. NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPT. 2, 1910. NUMBER 34. lu AlATi flflTAU NT ALti l T ,lA l- _ _l h, .I I 1 PROFESSIONAL GARD I - JOS. M. REEVES Attorney -t-Law at Joseph, Louslian Will practie in the Courts of Madison, Tenses ad Concordia and betore the BapuIme Court of the State. Btlet attention paid to al business. G. H. CLINTON Attrnelly-atLaW St Joseph. La. Will practice in East Carroll, 1 Madison, Tenss, Concordia and the Supreme and Federal Courts. ----~--- n -- Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St. Joseph. La. In Newes Building. Plank Road. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on Lake Brn. Ni property of the undesigned, is p d and any trespassing will be pros urted . V YOUNG . H. WHITNEY N. NEWTON J.E. QUARLES . tGREEN D. F. HFORD B. OURRY W. J. STEEN . L RODRIGUM S : . CLINTON . CUREY L. SEDDON W. M. DAVIDSON Tre...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

0 CONSTITUTIONAL AM DMENTS ACT NO. 2. senate Bill Nin. I. Propoilng an amendtoldit to ti.. tinatitutlin of the Stat, of l.,,, ii-ans frr thn asms,.s t i, ,'r and i-.llij,. ,t, i.f a tax in tllhe aill-hi of E~rli-:il.- ii.,1 th.- ("/lt. of tuo ' ihsaial. In ai1d of ;.ati i, i.l i l,uildlin; an , rxpoaii toil III tli' i-It ii! \N' OrIralea to' relebratI. the i'mpl 0'tio-n o, the 'anana ' ('aal. a:d tax tio eatp,rtded under the f dirtetili of the b V 'rid a i'a.autu Eaxpuosi ri ,., (1 t' I a le it re,olved Li the g;en.eratl I Assem ; of the Stlt.- oif 1.ll alm ia, ta ' thirds of all n ltibera elsa trd to ea- i house i con .currilng. That an amedn1ni-nt to the ('on it atitution of the State of l.iui-lana beL rub n milted toI the qullitirld -lr tor ofi the State , for their apr, Ir, lor reje tion as required t; by.. Artl.'le ,.11 o.f the tunl,titutolln of the , a state oft liisnailsan at the Congiressionl il -itetion to I* hrld on the first Tuesday next h folliwing the first Mounday of...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

. - GOOD WORK IS PROGRESSING Women in Every State Join Earnestly in Campaign Against Tu berculosis. Four years ago the only active wom en vorkers in the anti-tuberculosis noveIenllt 'were a little group of about pu women's clubs. Today 8~0,000 omenl. under the United States, are banded together against this disease, and more than '2.000 clubs are taking a special int'erest In the crusade. Not less than $:,o0).(o0 is raised annually by them for tuberculosis work, be sid.s millions that are secured through their efforts in state and municipal appropriations. Mrs. Rufus P. Wil liams is the chairman of the depart ment that directs this work. In ad dition to the work of the General Fed eration of \Vomen's Clubs, the Public Health :Edlucation committee of the American Medical association, com posed largely of women physicians, has carried on an educational cam paign of lectures during the past year in which thousands have been reach ed. The Mlothe.rs' congress, the Young Women's ('Christi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. t FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910. t ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR.I soCRIPTIUoN IRARLY $1.50 In Advance. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce HON. JOS. E. RANSDEI,I,. of East Carroll Parish. as candidate for re-election to the Sixt -second Congress. frnom the Fifth Congressional District of Louis Iana, subject to the action of the DI)em ocratic patty, For Assciate Justice IF Spree Court. We are authorized to annoullllnc .tJudge A. D. LAND of Shreveport as candidate for re-election to the ottice of Associate Justice of the Suprenne Court of Luis ians, subject to the action of the I*nmo- s cratic party. 2 We are authorized to announce Judge· L. E. HALL of Shreveport as candidate. for election to the office of Associate Jue tine of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, I subject to the action of the D)emocratic party. For Circuit Judge. We are autholiriril to annuni e .1luge 1. 1. N. THO)MI'SON, of Catahoula Pari.sh. Is a candidate to sueieer Juilge ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

A. G. CASSELL CO., (Successor to IIardaway & Gas-llI Wholestail Druggists. Manufacturers of the Famous Family Remedies l Hill City Chill Tonic Hill City Antiseptic Hill City Liver Pills Hill City Cough Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure Hill City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Linimeat Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Cay and Vicksburg M., SWashington Sts. Vicksburg, M iss SPOT CASH DIAMOID DEALER. C. A. BESSAC, - LEALER IN - Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. Flae Repairing a Specialty. Highest Price Paid for Old Gold ad Silver. iOVED TO 107 H. COMIERCE ST., :-: NATGIEZ. The public selitls of Vnsas Parish will open for the 1910-11 sMl(ion on .n day, September 12th with the following To faculties: I ST. JSElPH HIGH sl SCIIX)L. men Principal--D. 11. Stringfiel. tion High School Teachers--Miss Clara subj Whitney and Miss Hessie Hinfolrd. spe (rade Teacthers--M ii M abel (...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

GERMAN NOVELTY THAT INTERESTS AMERICANS ' k Fop . ' -x FRLIN .-Among the numerous American visitors in Germany this summer are many who are especially interested in the development of inland water traffic, and these gentlemen have been paying much atten tion to h novel scow that may be seen on German streams clearing them by cutting away the weeds and grass. It is rowed or poled along the water course, and at the stern a man turns a wheel which brings together four large knives beneath the boat. It is believed by the Americans that the device would prove of great beneflit' on the rivers of Florida and other southern states which become clogged up with rank vegetation. SCIENTS T ON FLIRT Girl Is Not Normal Who Does Not Use "Safety Valve." Professor Joseph V. Breltwisser, Path ologlcal Expert at Columbia Col lege, Agrees With Stanley Hall of Clark College. New York.-"A girl is not normal who does not use the safety valve of flirting once in a while. At the age when girls flirt (in the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

ARE YOUR KIDNENS WELL?. The kidnry secretions tell if disease i lurking i the system. Too frequent or scanty urination, discolored urine, lack of control at night indli:ate that the kidneys are dis. ;' ordered. Doan's Kid. '~ a ney Pills cure sick kidneys. S. E. Vaughan, 601 E. South St., Iola, Kan., says: "Diabetes had set in and I ex pected to live but a short time. Kidney secretions were milky white and back pains were terrible. I was so dizzy my wife had to lead me. After trying everything else, I began with Dean's Kidney Pills and was soon helped. Continued use cured me." Remember the name-Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The Witching Hour. Claire-Jlack told me he wanted to see you the worst possible way. Ethyl-And what did you say? Claire-I told him to come to break. fast some morning. omnUitltnln eanr.a and voannlty Ilrst of dlet,-m. It lt th..rnushly cured by 1* ra'a oJnut. Tiny sugar-Mcoatd granules. FASTIDIOUS. v," 01...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 September 1910

Ceenennmal &e'ebro/ion o Y4iio Av BI Promrrr£ J~TBi rwrzz T IS Indeed fitting that under the able administration of that Grand Old Man of Mexico, Gen. Porflrio Dia., Mexico should celebrate her centennial of Independence and her early strug gles for freedom and liberty. He, whose forceful military pol icy, whose familiarity with the pulse of his people, and whose consummate statesmanship have given his country a sound government and placed her on a financial and commercial foot ing with the old world, will preside as chief executive over the commemoration of the man and events which made it possible for Mexico to reach the present high state of civilization which she enjoys. As the human sacrifices of the Aztec king, Montezuma, gave way to the bloodless offerings on the altar of the Fair God who foretold the coming of the Spanish conquerors, so the spirit of independence finally subdued the successors of Cortez and his hardy band. The law which excluded Spaniards born in Mexico ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette 'Publishing ('o., ,imited. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annum. NEW SERIES VOL. XVI. ' ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1910. NUMBER 35. .... -^~ ~ ... . . . .. . . .  .. . ... . . ... . ... . . . - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - . . . . . . -, _ _ . .. .. PROFESSIONAL CARDi JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana Will practice in the Courts of Madison, Tensas and ('oncordia ana before the Supreme Court of the State Strict attention paid to all busines. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph. La. Will practiee in East Carrol, Madison, Ten-as, Concordia aLid the Supreme and Federal Courts. Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St Joseph. La. In NeweBl Building. Plank Road. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on Lake Bruse, he property of the undersigned. is post. ed, and any trespassing will be pros eted B. F. YOUNG R H. WHITNEY .. NEWTON J. E. QUARLE$ E. GREEN I. F. ASHFORD H. CURRY W...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

tiC ir' 1 l r ' i ý  .ý . r. . . . ý... ii NI ii Al IV nz 'S mS IIANI w i'i& - i_ ILTL WN a Ir o HILADIELPHIA. - Mrs. Charles Gilpin, 3d, called the most beautiful wo man in Philadelphia, has brought suit for divorce against her husband, so ciety man, clubman and writer of the lyrics and music for the exclusive Mask and Wig Club of Quakerdom. Mrs. Gilpin says that her husband paid too many attentions to Nance Owyn, who is known e the most beau tiful dancer on the stage. Some time ago Miss Gwyn-or Mrs. McCaffrey was divorced by her husband, who ldaimed that she was too fond of Mr. Gilpin. Mrs. Gilpin is, as one can see from her pictures, very beautiful. She is witty, sprightly, and possessor, with her two sisters, Mrs. "Bobby" Straw bridge, of Philadelphia, and the Baron. ass Ruprecht Von Boecklin, of a share of the millions of Charles E. Berwind, railroad director, financier and coal operator. Mr. Gilpin is studious, artistic, mu sical, and has been considered some what of a so...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. S. aste Bill No. 1. A JOINTK RESOLUTION 1ropos1g an amendmset to the Conetltution of the State of Louisiana for the assess ment, levy anrd collectioun of a tax in the parish of Orieasa and the State of Lou isiana, in aid of loarting and building an eapositis.,n in the city of New Orleans to esebrate the completion of the P'anama Canal, bald tax to be expended under the directi.n iof the Worlds l'anama kxposa section 1. to it resolved by the General embly of the State of Lor.siana, two rd% of all members elected to each house concurring, That an amendment to the Con etitution of the State of Louisiana be sub itted to the quasliied electors of the State for their apprual or rejection as required by Article .{1" of the Lnstitution of the state of 1.oulsia3n at the Congressional eleotion to be held on the first Tuesday next following the tirst Monday of November, 1910. as follows: The World's Panama Exposition Company having been organised as a corpor...

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 September 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - -- LA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910. AJBNR E. GREEN, - - EDITroR. 85WSCRSPTITOM VR.ARLY , I .S Adlvance. $1. RANSDELL HIS OWN SUCCESSOR. The Gazette hastens to congrat ulate the citizens of the Fifth Con gressional District on the outcome of the primary election held on Tues day, the 6th inst., on the choice by such an overwhelming majority of Hon. Joseph E. Ransdell as his own successor at Washington in the lower branch of Congress, the place where he has won credit for him self and his District and the State at large, winning by two to one over his two opponents. The Gazette felt confident all through the campaign that Mr. Ranadell was going to win out, but never permitted itself to be lulled into apathy at the outlook. On the oontrary, as our readers well know, the Gazette kept urging it upon the Democratic voters of the District to turn out to a man and cast their ballots for the present encumbent, feeling that he could more faithful ly, efficientl...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

A. G. CASSELL CO., (Sue. sr to Hardaway i CaiSsl) Wholesale and Retail Druggists. MAanufacturers of th:e Famous Family Remedies Hill City Chill Tonic Hill City Antiseptic Hill City Liver PillsI Hi City Couh Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure Hill City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Uniniment Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Clay and w-as.h.. ,s. 0 Vicksburg, Miss. SPOT CASH DIOID DEALER. C. A. BESSAC, - LEALER IN - Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. Fine Repairing a Specialty. Highest Price Paid for Old Gold and Silver. On TO 107 N. COMMERCE ST., :-: NATCHEZ. I- - _ Tax to be voted on in November in order to insure Panama Exposi tion for New Orleans will represent 15c per year to the man who pays assess ment of $400.00. 15 cents per year is a small price to pay for locating this vast Exposi tion where every Southern man's family can see it for a $10 bill. JUDICIAL ADVERTISEM...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

CONSERVATION A DUTY, DECLARES PRESIDENT TAFT Members of National Congress at St. Paul Find Him Thorouglly in Accord with Their Ideas---His Speech. St. Paul, Sept. 5.--The National Conservation congress listened with deep Interest to President Taft's ad dress today. The chief executive spoke substantially as follows: Gentlemen of the National Conservation (on tress: Conservation as an economic and po litical term has comer to mean the preser vation of our natural resources for economical use. so as to secu.,re the great Mt good to the greatest nunlmler. The danger to the state and to the peo ple at large from the waste and dissipa tion of our national wealth is not one which quickly inpresses Itself on the peo ple of the older c,rnliunities, because its most obvious instances Ido not occur in their neighborhond, while In the newer part of the country the sympathy with elpansion and developmilent Is so strong that the danger is scoffed at or ignored. Among scientific men and thoughtfu...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

NEiw NEWS ý OF YES'TERDAY iy U.ex £Y7t' Light on a Famous Forgery Story Shows Stephen French Was Innocent in Bogus Proxy Incident Which Had Much to Do With Cleveland's Elevat.on. It was In 1s82 that the name of Grover ('I eveland first becaome a household ronO throughout the country. In that year he was elected governor t of New York over Charles J. Folger by a plurality of nearly two hundred thousand. Two years later he was president-el' et, his secon"' phenome Ial elective victory resulting directly from his first, which was due in no small measure to the famous forged t telegram of 1882. That telegram cropped up when the Republican state convention was gathering to select its gubernatorial candidate. A desperate struggle was under way to secure control of the convention through its organization by the state committee. The friends of President Arthur were backing his iecretary of the treasury. Mr. Fol ger, for the nomination. At the height a ot the battle .Stephen V. French, a per...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

Nerur Neuri ofI 3jTh 4 6-~tr2!uv Their Minds in Same Groove t]t President and Great Warrior Who Thought Alike. Garfield, After Political Victory, and the Duke of Wellington, After Waterloo, Used the Same Words. "There were many strange coinci seflces in connection with my associa tlon with President Garfield as a mem her of his cabinet," said Garfield's postmaster general, Thomas L. James., recently. "But I sometimes think that the most Interesting of them occurred during an afternoon I spent with Glad stone at his country home at Hawar en. "I went to the national Republican coavention of 1880, held in Chicago, as a spectator. My personal impression was that either Blaine or John Sher man would be nominated for presi dent I did not see how It was pos sible for Senator Conkling and the others who were leading the battle In avor of Grant's third nomination to succeed. When I heard General Gar Seld's magnifcent address, in which he placed John Sherman in nomina. tion .for the presidenc...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

Tmenli elh Centur ,.^; Fred Boah - WO years ago Andrew Belton. ,,- -.-... twenty-six years old. went : .- , " ' from London to Morocco on -"<:,.i- 4.: an impulse, kicked Aziz off the throne, put Mulal Hafid on it and returned to London by . ' . ,: the next boat. . .. . . Now he is twiddling his thumbs and waiting for som , thing to turn up in the king- ; making line. Kald Belton-to give him his correct title-is the newest thing in twentieth century kingmakers. 10 Belton was in South Africa in 1908. Ile caine to London on six monthns leave. Two weeks of London fogs and drizzle and the " prospect of a half-year of inactivity filled him with disgust. Then a friend wrote him that he had been com misasined by a syndicate to secure a mining con .- .f ;' :- ...-.. .: !,)S ! ",''. A',t -w" ,W- , 'JJ 5M .  ,,  ,,  ,  ~ ~~~,,    - '  _ 2 ceMsson in Morocco from a pretender to the throne named Mulal Hafld. Would Belton like to go along? He met the friend In Tangier, And the two ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

ST. JOSEPH, - - FRIDAY, SEPTENI BERP. 16, 1910 S- - $n1'E. REEK. gSsCRpTitsN V" y I.Y 1.50 (k· IA Advancc" . COMING INTO ITS OWN. * r] The Democracy of the n:tin nlcv er stood a better clhan(e' for sucCfe that is sinco the d:,y that Clevoltad was elected' , thte litf Magistracy nation, togethrr with the ,,trjr r 1 )f I9,th iran(lh, s of the nat I ('ngress, than it does rig)i rK" v, and if the party kpt ro.n a rit takes it. rubl, will at the next turn ,f the political wheel be cmpilete e' l an()h,,lut.. Maine, at it.- lat., lhti,,n "blazd the way" by giving hanglsome btucnt i majority along mos, t of thbe ~ne., ' electing not only two D)cn bcratic.O )ngrsrnesn, but a Legisla ture that will see to it that the next 8enatrs from that State are of the same pdtitical faith. Even Vermont went Republicarn by a much smaller majority than for a number of years past, and ill the other political signs portend most favorably for Democratic suc cess. IT WAS A FALSE ASSERTION. Efforts having been ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

r A. G. CASSELL CO., ("u, i'. ;'r to Iirua .Žay & Caisfh, Wholesale and Retail Druggists. j (in if'10tri JiX of t/f Faiu, F'a,,aih Ip> Iuaedie8 i Hill City Chill Tonic Hill City Antiseptic Hill City Liver Pills Hill City Cough Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure Hill City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Liniment Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Clay and Washington .ts Vicksburg, M iss. SPOT CASH DIAMOID DEALER. C. A. BESSAC, -LEALER IN- Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. Fine Repairing a Specialty. Highest Price Paid for Old Gold and Silver. MOVED TO 107 N. COMMERCE ST., :-: NATCHEZ. .Spspsis of the Fish Laws of the State of LeHisiana Passed by the Last General Assembly. ACT No. I:i2. Sec. I. All salt and fresh water fish found in the waters of the State shall be and are hereby declared to be the prop erty of the State. Sec. II. Inconsequential. Sec. III. It is unlawfu...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 September 1910

SI 1i WOMAN5 CORNER ,, , ~ ---1---- ,- - -- - - - - - - NEAT HOUSE FROCKS SMART AND USEFUL GARMENTS FOR DAINTY HOUSEKEEPERS. Dame Fashion Provides Attractive Models for Making Up Cheap Ma terials-Becoming Styles Even in Cooking Aprons. The good housekeeper is generally a dainty body when it comes to her personal appearance, and if she is young and good-looking she is some times very particular about her work ing clothes. Dame Fashion knows this, and has provided very attractive models for making up all the numer ous materials now so reduced in price. There are becoming styles even in cooking aprons if you please! Those for genuine work are still practically large, covering almost all the gown and very nearly meeting at ",, the back. But seams outline the bust and there are pretty bibs, oddly-shap ed pockets and flounces for the bot tom. Then bits of color are used to brighten up a sombre material, blue, red or white pipings showing on dull brown and tan linens, or perhaps a gay plai...

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