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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 14 November 1885

Bt. auuatg ganumr. Okl Ju l d IL, Tmany Pi COVINGTON. LA.. Nov. 14. 1885. Mrs. S. V. KRFNTZEL, Proprietre.a W. G(. KIENTZETL ...... T..Em~ One copy. one year ... ......... $ IN1 One copy six nmontih ........... 1 o0 raenopy three montha .......... so There was a heavy white frost this morning. The American Expni;tin, at New Orlans. onwnel last Tnesda~ . About 30,000 ;w.oplle were present. (Conmstll Fe . R. Doyle baa re covered .nfflden*ly to I.0 on tEie street again, with the aid of eratch es. Mr. L. Galataa. of Wa'liaonvi le, has our thanks for a Iunch of fiee !arge orranea, there being five at tached to one stem. Onu correspondentl and con trihuntor are increasing in nnmfer. and we are glad to see it. Items of public interest are always welome. A lot of movahte property hal been added, this week. to t1he sale in the succe~ssin o. Tra. E. Jan froid. bee advertisement, on this Henrietta Mortee Morran. in fant child of M.r. and Mrs. W. C. Morgan, aged two months, diea in C-vington la...

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. — 14 November 1885

st. Siuama *amer. OOVINGTON. LA., Nov. 14. 1885 Mrs. Artimi~ Strain, wife of Ira E. Strain, va. Ira E. Strain, her has band-No 151. The 8tate of Louisiana, Parish of 8a iammnya-E hteenth Judicial Dis trms eourL I hkreb ertify that on the 4Ath day ofOetober. 1885, judgment was rpnJer ed in this Cout in the followinK e.:i tied sait, in the words and figures l-. iaowia, to-wit: Mrs. Artimese Strain, wife t Ia . Strin. v. Ira E. Strain, her hlabead. No. 1611. This cause name up for trial puruant to assignment, and thelaw and evod.oe being in favor of plintif and against defendant herein, it is therefore ordered, adjudged and deereed that there be judgment in favor of plaittif dissolving the community of property heretofore existingu between her and her said husband, and that she bea thorised to take chasgo of her own pa property. That dfendant pay alb oIt of eourt. Judgment readered and signed Octo ber !t, 886 JAS. 11. THOMPSON, Sdg itenth Judicial District of Ia testimony wheaeof I hav...

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. — 14 November 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. _-The Superior Court of North Care. inm has decided that a railroad com pany can not force a paseenger to ride In a smoking-car it he objects to doing s8. -It will pay to store the hay, straw and fodder under shelter. as such ma terials are often injured by the exposure to winter storms and spring rains. ural New otrke. -An Indiana farmer couldn't get any of the neighbors to sit on the fence with him and talk horse and whittle at a shingle, and so he went and drowned himsel.-Detroit Free Press. -A man who abused Christopher Columbus in a restaurant in Sacramen to was pounded until his lifeisdespaired of. Christ has friends in this coentry who won't stand by and hear his motives in discovering America ques tioned.-Detroit Free Press. -The distance from Cologne to Bert ln, 474 kilometers in a bee line, was recently coveed by some carrier pig eons belonging to the Berlin Society "Pfeil" in eight hours and forty-one minutes, which is equal to nearly fifty five kilometers ...

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. — 21 November 1885

"The Blessinge of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Bich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 21, 1885.. VOL. XI.-NO. 47. WHY HE COMES NOT. 8he stands at the garden gate to-night; No word does the maiden speak, But her eyes are full of an anxious light, And a teardrop gleams like adiamond bright On the rose of her velvet cheek. The sun in his glory has long since set, The robin has ceased his song; With the falling dew the leaves are wet, The hour is past and he comes not yet, Oh, why does he stay so long? In vain she seeks to restrain her tears As the Precious moments Beet; And her heart is flled with doubts and fears, As she listening stands and strains her ears For the sound of her lover's feet. Oh. beauteous maid at the garden gate, I pity thy woeful pight; But getthee in. for the hour is late, For thy lover'scoming no longer wai, He will not appear to-night. Fain would the youth to thy side have fl...

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. — 21 November 1885

_t a nmauij anratr. il ouw of Lt Tamany FLsh COVINGTON. LA.. Nov. 21. 1885. lim. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietrees W. G. KENTZEL ........ Error Onecopy. one year.............. $ 00 On.e opy six months. ........... 1 00 Ones opy three months........... 50 COVINGTON MAIL SERVICE. The Washington correspondent of the Times-Democrat, of the 17t inst., says: Beginning Dec. 1st, and continu ing until June 30, 1886, the follow ing star mail service will be put on " in Louisiana: From Covington to Slidell, via Mandeville and Bayou Lacombe. thirty-two miles and back, six times a week, by a sched ule not to exceed seven and one quarter hours running time each way. The star service between Mande ville and Slidell, and the river ser vice between New Orleans and Cov ington, will be discontinued Nov. 30th. We learn that the mail contract from Slidell to Coviogton and re turn has been awarded to Mr. G. H. Gaus, for six months, at the rate of $2100 per year. And the route from Covington to Madison ville, ...

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. — 21 November 1885

COVINGTON. LA., Nov. 21 1885. Mrs. Artimiwe Strain. wife of Ira E. Strain. vi Ira E. Strain, her hbs band-No. 1511. The State of Louisiana, Parish of SL. Tammany--Eighteenth Judicial Dis trict court. I hereby certify that on the 24th di.) of October. 1885, judgment was repnler e4 in this Court in the following e*.:i tied suit. in the words ani flgnres f ol 1Ew'nA, to-wit: Mrs. Artimese Strain, wife if Ira . Strain. vs. Ira E. Strain, her hubhand. No. loll. This cause came up for trial pursuant to assignment. .rnd the law and evd ice being in favor cf plaintiff .nro against defendant herein. It is therefore ordered. aljndjged and lecreed that there Ie j dgment in favor of plaintiff dissolving the community of property heretofore ezxitino between her and her said husband, and that she be authorized to take chas ge of her own siparate property. That defendant pay all costs of court. Judgment rendered and signed Octo ber I, 1885. JAS. M THOMPSON. Judge Eighteenth Judicial District of Lo...

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. — 21 November 1885

MOSES DID NOT DIE. Sw'One or viea.s Mot Famo.s Ply as. Was Fe.l by a Shrewd Jew. Dr. Hauffe, the celebrated physician of Vienna, one day received a telegram from Cracow requesting him to repair thither with all possible haste, as Moses Abraham son was very ill and required advice. This Moses was knows to be one of the richest men of his tribe. The doctor, who had an enormous practice, and was very busy at the time, wired back : "My fee will be two thousand florms." A second dispatch urged him to come without delay, but added that he might surely do it for less. "Not a kreutzer less than two thousand orina," was the reply from Vienna, where. NOfGO. L I. see that ft man chase a ecar. Hear him blow! Lo! his linen vest's ajair. And each throe ' Of his wildly pumen chest Splits his shirt from walr to oes But. although he spurts his best, It's no go. upon a fnal telegram came to hand direct ing him to start at once. It was in the depth of winter and bitterly cold, so that the medical man ...

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. — 28 November 1885

____ amnanug farmer. SThe Blesuings of Government, Like the Dewa from Heaven, Should Decend Alike upon the Rioh and the Peer." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., NOVEMBER 28, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 48. GROWING OLD. The fairest lilies droop at eventide. The sweetest roses fall from off the stem; The rarest things of earth can not abide. And we are passing, too, away like them; We're growing old. We had our dreams-those rosy dreams of youth; They faded, and 'twas well. This after Bath brought us fuller hopes;l and yet. for sooth, We drop a tear now in this later time To think we're old. We smile at those poor fancies of the past A saddened smile, almost akin to pain: Those high desires, those purposes so vast, Ah, our poor hearts! they can not come again; We're growing old. Old? Well, the hearens are old; this earth is, too: Old wine is best, maturest fruit most sweet: Much have we lost, more gained, although 'tUs true We tread life's way with most uncertain feet. ...

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. — 28 November 1885

OOVINGTON. LA.. Nov. 28. 1885. Mrs. 8.V. KENTZEL, Proprietreus W. G. KENTZEL ....... EDrror One oopy. one year ..............2 00 One copy six onths. ........... I 00 On *eop three nonths......t.... 60 An oyster boat would do a good business here at the present time Marsbal Dalion will sell six hogs to-day, at public saction. See ad vertisement. Commeneing next Tueseday, the mail will arrive daily, overland, from l8idell, via the Northeastern Railroad. The A. M. E. Church building and Parsonage have recently been whitewashed and surrounded with a new fence, and present a neat sp pearanee. We bhad a heavy frost and ice last Wednesday morning. Since then the weather has moderated, and at present writing (Priday even ing) it is raining. We learn that Mr. ook's sugaer booed was destroyed by ire lhat Monday night, together with three barrels of molasses. The sugar mill was saved, being in a separate building An important judicial sale of property, both real estate and movables, will take...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 28 November 1885

St. &UImaUR 4armer. "ha wusl It Tini& OVINOTON. LA., Nov 28 18.5 Mrs ArtianiaeStrati,. wife of Ir., E. train. vs. Ira E. Strain, her Its-; bhnd--No. 1511. The State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tammany-Eighteentlh Judicial Dis trict court I hereby certify that on thc 24th dr.) of OctoIur. lSn5. judlgaent, was ren.ter ed in this Court in the following e .i tied sait. in the words an.l figures f-ml k.wtn,,. to-wit: iMrs. Artimese Strain, wife of Ira E. Strain. vs. Ira E. Strain, her husband: No. I;,11. This cause eaue up for trial pursuantato assignment. .end thelaw and ev:d4.nce b-ian in favor o;f plaintiff .mon against defendant herein. It s therefore order.d. adljudged aw:d decreed that thers he j udgment in favor of plaintiff. dissolvi'ng the community of property heretofore ezi.tint between her and her sail hu.bbani, and that site be authorized to take chat go of her own asparate property. That defendant pay all costs of court. Judgment rendered and signed Octo .ber 24, 18...

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. — 28 November 1885

A PLEASANT HOUR. *ew a Toeear mam peat a seses eut aE quitse EaJeymeat ln a amuame Dem tis.e Clhr. "Come in ' said the dentist, pleasantly, to a young man, whose face looked as it be was hiding an apple dumpling behind his cheek. The young man gave glance of appre henson around the room at the various mn plementa of torture and sank intoa eano seat chair. "Nice day," observed the dentist with a smile. "Tooth ache?' The young man nodded his head afrm sively. "Take a seat la the chair," remarked the dentist "Which tooth, please?" The young man indicated as well as be could with the dentist's lngers in his mouth. * "Ahl! yes. I see," returned the dentist, as if be had found a quarter in hislast sum mer's vest. "Does this hurt," he asked, as he took the bludgeon end of a miniature crowbar and hammered on theaching mem ber. It seemed to. "Keep your mouth open, please." eol. tinnued the dentist, as he exchanged the crowbar for a rake. "A little wider, please. There, that will do. Now," he...

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. — 5 December 1885

__ . &ammang armer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Desoend Alike upon the Rich and the Peer." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., DECEMBER 5, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 49. ,THE WOODLAND GRAVE. ome aete monau tai urn, Nmr vaunted funereal praise, Here lures the passer-by to turn With mute and reverential gaze. Ho yress throws quaint shadows here Upon some sculptured marble tomb, Where rests some one to memory dear. Anmidst the ehurchyard's solemn gloom. But to some unfrequented glade. Where frarant flowers bloom and dle, And where, beneath the wood's deep shade, In wild profusion ferns do lie. Where bluebells, with the golden furze, The wild-rose and the daffodil, With Ivy, moss, and countless burrs. Ile scattered o'er the verdant hill; Beside some cool sequestered stream, Shaded from the stormy weather. Where the sun's last lingerngr gleam Fades upon the mountain heather There. where the gras s soft and greea, With meadow-sweet an...

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. — 5 December 1885

ot. &anua *ame Lq r I 7SUED EVERY RATURDA Y OOvM1TON. LA., Drc. I 1885. mr S. V. KEN'TZIEL. Proprietresm W. (. KBE TZ KL.. Eu nnr 8URBCRFPTIONJ RA TES Oneeop. o y.uy.... A..........t 20 On. .opy six montbs. ........... 1 00 On. eopy tbt..o mouth ....>. Cbristmm-is nearly here. Now is the time to plant fruit eakes. The mail now arrives daily, be tween 8 and 9 o'clock P. u., by the overland ronte, via SlidelL Judge Jas. M. Thompson will open Court in Frank!inton, Wash inton parish, next Monday. Civil term. We have had heavy frosts and lea again this week, and the wea ther has been bright, lear and bracing. Quarterly meeting wil be held in the Methodist Churchb, in Cov ington, to-day and to-morrow, El der B. S. Rayner presiding. Mr. Dan. Edwards and Mies Amanda Story were married, on Sunday, Nov. 22d, at the residence of Mr. Stephen Adams, in Amite City. The oyster boat has come and gone, and another is expected next week. Come right along. It is im possible to overstock the mar...

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. — 5 December 1885

..:JSl St L hun tIf ý a cCV INGTON. l Dc A 188. - . Artimite Str.iiu. ril.- of Ira E. -.train. vs Ira E. Strain, her huIms anud-No. 1511. , S*tte of injqisiana, Parish of St a.,,auany-Eighteenth Judicial Dir riot court. hereby certify that on the 24th dl. S)ctotnl.r. 18sii. jn.lgment was reunl.I Sn this Court in the following e.: I suikt i4the wor.l]i an I igurets ft inJ. to-wit: ira. Artin,.e. Strai, " te ft Ira IC. Strait. vs. Ira E. Strait I. huba..h . No. all. 'his ca use caw for t-ial puranant to uasinment. .,s 1 a;- iw and ev,:lncre1, in- in tavor . F-nltif art,0 agajinst ;lefn mlant h.*reis -a th.refore or.ler.l. ajljtIgerl a-, reed that rsaer Ihe judgmeaut itl fiar, . :.laintif .lisvolvi,,g the counmnnit ,roperty heretfa;re exi.tin.- betwee ,an her t. l I htioui 1, aIll I that *!, S t 'lh rize.l to take , chatge of liaer ow ,uate property. That lefendlart pa. toats of court. ,nadgsu-nt rendlred andl signed Octo : 2, IRl5. JAS. M THOMIPSON. J- e Eighteenth Judicial District o...

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. — 5 December 1885

ORNAMENTAL, Nor USEFUL. I at a bll one n.bht. I wondered what her father spea LT make her such an ornament. Is ad she comes too high for me, wpurs would not with her agre% I dnce with her and gayly chat, But I'l not marry her, that's Sat. My Income would not buy the lace That decks her figure with suchra Swed me then some plainer girl, That can a buckwheat turner twirl -.. ,. HE SLEEPS CONTENTED. Mew a Good-Natured Bachelor CVequered the Stylish Noetloes ao Hs Matermat Aa eastor. I am a plain, quiet, unassuming man. 1 rakes no pretensions to style. Neither do I put onalrs. All I ask is to be let alone, to enjoy life in my own way-not troubling anybody or anybody troubling me. My friends say I am selfish. I probably am. I have noticed that many people are. Some one way, some another. It seems to belong to the human family-a kind of family falling. I am a bachelor. Also single. Was never married. I live in the country. I reside with my parents. I am not good looking, but an ornament I...

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. — 12 December 1885

-* bS *&rnamaaug farmcer. "The Bleings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich andfthe Poor." We . GKENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., DECEMBER .41884. VOL. X.- NO. A CANARY AT THE'FARM. Folk has been to town, and Sabry Fetched ner home a pet canary And of all the blamed, contrarry, Aggervatin' thmbrs aIlrel I love music-that's I love it When it's free-end plenty of it But I kinde git above it At a dollar eighty-lvel It's just as rm a-sayin' The lady, now, o' layin' Out yer money, and a-payin' For a wilier cage and b!rd, When the medder-larks is wingin' Round. -ou. and the woods a-rinlgn' With the beautifullest singin' That a mortal ever heard I Sabry's sot, tho'-so I tell her He's a purty little teller, With his wings o' creamy-yeller, And eyes keen as a cat: And the twitters o' the critter Seemsito absolutely glitter! Guess I'll have to go and git her A better eage 'n that! -James Whitcomb R.a.b AN INDIAN POWWOW. A Religio...

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. — 12 December 1885

tL l ammy Tmmar er. Olitl JaniS d St TInny ?uisA ISSUED EVERtY sATURDiY COVINGTON. . %.. Dec. 12 1885 Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. (O. KiENTZEfL.........Error SUBSCRTPTION RATEES One copy. one year ... ..........2 04o One copy -ii mnnth, ........... 1 00 One eopy three montlls ........... 50 Mr. y. R. Hosmer killed a fine deer last Sunday, which was the envy of all observers. We tender our thanks for a liberal share of juicy chops. If the Board of Pardons adhere to their decision not to reconsider the ease, Pat Ford and John Mur phy will be hung in New Orleans -,ext Friday, for the murder of C-p Murphy. 'The weather has been exceed ingly cold this week, with heavy white frost and ice in the morring. It has been entirely too cold for the propagation of news items, as I the frozen types would insist on an allowaunc of time to thaw out. Hence the scarcity of reading mat ter in to-da3's paper. At the recent sale of property in the succession of Mrs. M. E. Jan- I froid, two shares...

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. — 12 December 1885

Lt. &muwaa a mier. OlMal na d It Ta nq lt ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY COVINOTON. LA.. D*o. 12 1885. Urn. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietreus W. G. KENTZEL ........ Eoror Mrs. S. Agnel vs. Jean Marie Des place. State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Tam many, Fourth Justice's Court-No. 14. By virtue of a writ of Seri facias from the honorable aforesaid court, and to me directel, bearing date December 1, 1885, I will proceed to rell at publie auction, atthe door of tie 4th Justice's Court, in the town of Mandl.ville, parish and State aforesaid, on WEDNEIDAY, the 16th day of December. 18,5, at twelve o'clock i., tle following do scrbed property, to-wit: Twenty-two Cord.b of Baker's Pine, now on the Landing at [rs. 8.. Agnel's, on the Tchefunota river. Seized in the above entitled suit. Terms of sale, cash. Alrnum FurscoOs, Ja, Constable. Mandeville, La., Dec. 1, 1885. ILan Omca, Niw OaLrs.a, La., Nov. 2, 1885. , sotics is he-eb jiver. ZLat moe fdll.+ ing named pL.t!i has iled naticao' Li s intention ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 12 December 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The United States, it is estimated, aends out of the country annually over $100,000,000 for sugar grown in foreign countries, principarlly in Cuba. -A man in West Newton. a suburb of Pittsburgh, make a living by ped dling hot water. lie has one hundred customers, whom he supplies from a tank on his wagon.-Pitisburgh Po1t. -A tailor was suing a county officer for the amount of an unpaid bill in a St. Paul court the other day. He looked over the jury and remarked: ,Your Honor may dismiss the jury; every man there owes me for a suit of clothes. -The large figured wall-papers are the proper style at present, and the day does not seeml far distant when we shall gaite upon the vineyards, dairy maid, atnd the eastlet of the Rhine that awoke the a:n devotion of our grand fathers -Chicigo Times. -It is probable that the bicycle and tricycle will become in the future as much of a staple article of manufacture as the common road wagon of to-day. In England $15,000,000 are now i...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 19 December 1885

Zt. ~anmranQ farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTOT, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., DECEMBER 19, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 51. THE WINDING. OF THE SKEIN. I held the skein for her one night When the shadowy glint of the are light Dance I fitfully on the opposite wail. Polly and i. and that was all. Were there to see the ghostly ball: Tongs and scuttle, hearth dog and cat, Venus do Mllio and mandarin fat. Table and lamp. and chairs where we sat, In rhythmic measure went round and round. In rhythmic measure with never a sound. While Polly's arms as she wound and wound, Looked like a fiddler drawing his bow Across his tiddle to and fro; The strings were those of the skela. you know I held the skein. I held the skein. rd known her long. And my heart had learned the same old song That hearts have sung sinee hearts were made. Trilled in the sunlight or sobbed in the shade. But my I ps were mute,...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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