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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 March 1902

'ermanra to uman to adopt the fiA . > style of da, a large slms tot awmce la letters sad postal eaesamys a Ohiesso Dat News. The slee of w pirv ent inatrumeat 1s ust sua ten eOs sa tamp, so that several im p -s.ui h have to be made whb more anuone postage stamp Is used to pre pay a letter. Beside this drawback the time and date of the mal.s; o1 the lett'r wre never to be clearly men, Is the new stamp the place, time and dl t of delivery will Mot be in the adbdie of the stamp, but on the two esies  s ee s n oeede. An lageloes headmuter in North Wales has calculated that the British boy lose on an average 273 whole 9dtd days by the clhmsness of the pire-et system of weights and mes. The cars, he rays Is the metric Am. 15440 there *ere neithe Im"&s nor cogisP i- any country dinA trit of Portut l. Oetledmen traveled a horseback And ladles In sedan bchais, arried by men, or in mule lit- I GOeebops awh·e ergo griat a pls at at New Walaes, tt the osere al tve street lamps at night,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 March 1902
Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 April 1902

HE EN AS GAZETTE. GAZETTE PUBLISHING CO., LIMITRD. OffIial Palar of the Pariah Boo d Pith BODd0 Ibil and Fifty 0*.. Per DLana NEW SERIES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA. DAY. APRIL 4, 1902. 11. In Fall FO Our store is crowded with goods carefully se leoted from the but east ern markets and we are now ready to Aill your or dso.... DON'T DELAY. The Supply Is Limited. io. We believe that we are in a tion to give more satis L·ct service than yes ean get elsewhere in the state, not alonea I petsess, bet in strei siptees as well. We will hobeerfully furnish you samples of Dress Goods., bilks, lannels, et., in feet, any goods that it its pessible to eampl. If you cannot come to Natches to do general buying we will All your order, allow ing the privilege of returning any not satisaetory; we are particularly eareful in ear Millinery department; our out of town business is ver large, et we very seldom have a at returned as unsatisfao tory; we will state, in this connection, that our new styles are now...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 April 1902

The Tenuas Gazette. PUBLISHED EVI:RY FRIDAY. ST. JOSEPH, - - LA. FRIDAY, APRTIL 4, 1902 SNT3RfD AT T1N POST OFFICE. ST. JOSEPH, LA.. AS RBCOOD CLASS MAIL MATTER. W. M. DA VIF)SO, President. A. . GREEN, Editor and Boi unessA Mananqr. UBJUSCRIPTro YVARLY_ p 1 iwa Alstruýr.* tt .'r0 A ) VEPRTTS)SI'. RA TES. sPacx. I ml ImoR.'3 mo. i nios. 1 year rich1$ 2 r0 5 3 75 $ 4 50 7 50 $10 00 1,ch 3 50 50 so 7 50 10 60 15 00 X inch 4 50 R 25 9 50 14 25 18 00 SInch 550 900 1000on n 16 00 2000 5 Ina 6 50 9 75 11 00 17 00 22 0c d inch 7 50 10 25 11 0 16R 00 24 00 7 inch 8 50 11 1 00 1 0 n o00 26 00 1- col 15 00 18 50 21 00 26 50 37 50 T eolm, 25 00 32 50 37 50 50 00 70 00 Transient advertisements $1.00 per equares for irst Inmertuon; 50 cents per m4are for each'snbsequent one. Editorial notices TO tents per Tine for iet asetlester I emts pe iae na seeb * damess ti1s. 11 " rm r lre lfisw it taaatttli o5 euIrx lines or lees In "Bastaess Direeary."$15.00 per annum. Brief eeammunieatton on sublects of ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 April 1902

1'he Taiisaf Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1902 A MEETING OF THE School Board is called for Monday next, April 7. DIeTROT CoURT--'ivil term will convene in St. Joseph Mon day. MR. E. L. WrInTNRY spent sev- a oral days in town during the past week. Missas GEORGIE WILSBON and Margaret Buckner are the guests of Miss Ethel Tullis. Miss ANNA Lou CASTLEMAN left on Wednesdaiy evening for herc home in New Orleans. c WDE ARE GLAD to hear thnt Miss e Mellie Tullias, who has been sick t for several days, is improving. Ma. H. L. SMITHA requests us c to state that he has two young mules left which be will dispose Tal zauums of Mr. Magrader Smith are glad to see him back at the drug store again, after his severe spell of illness. Ma. MANN, with his corps of I workmen, is making the west end of towin quite lively with the sound of the hammer. The Union Church is going up with wonderful rapid ity, and we expect before many I days to soe it completed. Miss JULIA STANTON and Miss ( ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 April 1902

Terrser rsses LLos Cabs. An interesting sight is now to be mseen in a London sod, where three lion mubs, about a month old, are being suckled and brought up by an Irish terrier, who is as proud of her foster children as if they were her own pup pies. All four occupy a nearly square box, lined to keep the cubs warm. Nothing, it is said, can enceed the at fection of the dog for the cubs, and the pride she shows when they are ad mired is quite touching. The two lion esses act like kittens and are as harm less. The Mackenzie River is 2500 miles in en th and drains an area equal to one a of the United States. Cuba's First presideat. Although it has been stated that the On ens are inhoapable of gornng themselves, yet they have selected their first president, who is a great favorite with the people. A favorite medicine with the American people Is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, because if is an ideal remedy for headache, indigestion dyspepsela, constipation and billousness. Ii is also an exce...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 April 1902

THE TENSS GAZETTE. GAO PUBLISITNG CO LIITD. O i Paer of th Pariah of Teo. 8d a ,d if O·  tlr ·nd ity bs. Per Di . NEW SERIES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA., F Y. APRIL 11, 1902. NO. 12. W-iter Goods, Our store is erowded with goods earefully so leoted from the best east ern markets and we are now ready to All your or. des.... rT DELMAY. The Supply Is Limited. Wei belws ehat we uaJn a posiltio to gie more eadtis tetory servioe them yeou ca get elsewhere is the state, not alone in promptness, but in materials and prices as welL We will cheerfully furnish you samples of Dreas Goods, Bilks, Flannels, etc, in fact, any goods that it is possible to eample. If you annot eome to Natohes to do general buying we will ll your order, allow ing the privilege of returning any not satisfaetory; we are particularly eareful in our Milliner department; or out of town basines is very large, Swe very seldom have a Sretrned as satistfao tory; we will tate, in this eonnection, that our new styles are now on d...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 April 1902

The Tensas Gazette. PUBLISHED EVIERY FIIIIDAV. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902 S5RRIgHD AT 'rTlE POQT OFFICF.. ST. JOIPHt LA.. AS SKCOnL CLASS MAIL MATTER. If'. M. D.I IP'ON)X, President. A. E. (;REEN, Editor and Brn.,ies Manmaerc. OU5SCRIPTIE'1 VEARLY A 91 In Advancer. AlD VERTISING RA TES. rAcr..i n) I ! nmos 3 Inos. 6 mos 1 year .sch $2 50$53 75.$ 4 50 7 50$10 00 i.ch 3 N51 c, 50 7 5n 10 50 15 00 S inch 4 :,n; "25 9 50 14 25 19 00 4 inch 5 50 9 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 Sinch 8 50 90 7 11 00 17 00 22 00 R inch 7 50 10 25 1! 00 19 00 24 00 7 Inch R 50 11 e0 13 00 10 00 2t 00 1-2 col 15 0(0 1 50 21 00 26 50 37 50 a colm. 25 00 32 50 37 50 50 00 70 00 Transient sdvertlsementt $1.0n p.r Square for first insertson; 50 cents per square for each'suhseqnent one. 4ditorial notices 10 cents per line for first tnsertion; 7 cents per line for each subsequent one. Monthly rates 5 cents a line for for not less than six months. 'ards of mit lines or less in "Business Dlreetary," 5.00 pe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 April 1902

I he lensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902 MR. CARROLL N SWF.I, is Visit ii l.is mother in St. J.,seph. MR. AND IMRs. W. N,. DAVIDSos left on Wednesday for New Or leans. Miss MARGARET BUCKNER left for her home in Nowellton on Friday last. DR. AND MRS. S. 'A. TURPIN and little girl are stopping at the Bonney House. MR. C. E. NEWELL, with Mrs. Naunie Newell, left on Sunday unight for Vicksburg. CHaRIST CHURCH is being re-p)aint ed and will soon present a very handsome appearance. MRS. R. H. SNYDER and Mis~ Gladys left on Tuesday eveninig for an extended visit to New Or leans. A vUar UauHTmUIL DANCe was given last Friday night at the Hall by the Young'. Men's Danc ing Club. Da. ED. New:.F,, accompanied b)y Mr. Louis Buckner, went to Vicksburg on Tuesday to attend the Newell-Green wedding. AxoNo the out-of-town visitors t'is week were 1Missues Clara Whit ney and Marion Smith and Mr. Frank Curry, guests of Mrs. B. F. Young. AFTxR THE I)SAPPOINTING IInWS jof the S...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 April 1902

B. S. . 8SENT FREE. Oaes Bloeed d s ki Diseases, Casoers, wone Pains, Itching Humors, Etc. Bend no money, simply tby Botanic Blood Balm at our expense. B. B. B. cures Pimples, scabby, scaly, Itching Eczema, Ulcers, Eating Sores, Scrofula, Blood Poison, Bone Pains, Swellings, Rheuma tism, Canoer, and all Blood and Skin Troubles. Especially advised for chronic cases that doctors, patent medicines and Hot Springs fall to cure or help. Druggists, 01 per large bottle. To prove it cures B. B. B. sent free by writing BLooD BALK Co., 12 MIlthell St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medioal advice sent in sealed letter. Medicine sent at once, pre paid. All we ask is that you will speak a good word for B. B. B. when cured. There is a newspaper in Kansas whose motto is "Lie, steal, drink and swear," and it is thus explained by the editor: "When you lie, let it be down to pleasant dreams; when you steal, let it be away from immoral associates; when you drink, let it be pure water; when y...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 May 1902

THE TEN S GAZETTE. GAZETTE PUBLISING CO., IITEDOficial Paper of the P Tenase, School DoPr4, and Fifth Louisiana Levee DitrijL O,&.Dllar and Fifty Ctb . Per XIa I NEW SERIES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA. .RIDAY. MAY 9, 1902. NO. 16. Winter Goods. Our store is crowded with goods carefully so looted from the best east ern markets and we are now ready to fll your or ders.... DON'T DELAY. The Supply Is Limited, Wo bell·ve that we ,rbla Sition to give more satis servioe than you can rt elsewhere in the state, ot alone in promptness, but in materials and prices s well We will cheerfully furnish you samples of Drees Goods, Bilks, Flannels, eto., in fact, any goods that it is possible to sample. If you cannot some to Natohes to do general buying we will All your order, allow lag the privilege of returning any not satisfactory; we are rtlnlarly earefut in our illinery department; our out of town busincs is very large, e we very seldom have a hat returned as unsatisfac tery; we will state, in th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 May 1902

3 h Tentss Gaztrette. PP BI.MIu#F IED V RY FRI)A Y. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. -FIMAY, MAY 9, 1902 FTI63'lKI AT TlH I'PO OF*lICU. ST. Jo]0PII, C LA., AS slCO.CD CLAr. MAIL MATTKR. t W. M. DA 'IDSON, Presidenf. A. E. GREEN, Editor a d usines Mcra'rgr. cUSCWIPTI0U VPARLY $1.50 C In Advames. c AD VERTISING RATE9. C rACr. Ii me. I mosA. mos. r, nos.'1 year tich 2 50 3 7 $ 4 50) 7 F50$1000 inch 3 50 6 50 7 50. 10 50: 15 0 I Inesl 4 50I 25' 9 50 T1 25' 18 00 4 fnet 5 50 9 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 SInch 65 S0 9 75 1100 17 00) 20 O' S Inch 750 1011 ,i 00 18 00 24 00 I Inhok 50 11 (o 1. 00 19 00 2 00) -9Sco IS 010 1R 50 21 00 26 50 37 50 1 olol, 2S 00 31 5037 50, 0 00 70 00 Transient advertisements $1.00 per square for first innertson; 50 cents per square for each r nluequnt one. Editorial notiees 10 cents per line for lirt lasettes; 7 cents per line for each S es.   ttlv rates 5 cents +$as. 1D pe'annum. .1ef eemmunieatlon' on snhleets of pubIle nlaterest solicited, bht no attention flrte pai...

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 May 1902

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - LA. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902 L --------~ WORK on the brick sidewalks has been resumed. MRas. RANDALL THUNTER is the guest of Mrs. N. C. Newell. DISTRICT COURT adjourned Wed nesday evening to convene again Monday, 12th. Mrss AMELIA P. MARQUEZ, of New Orleans, is visiting Capt. and Mrs. Robert Worrell. WARNER & SEARLzS, the Vicks burg clothiers, advertise a nice line of summer underwear. Mrs. GEORGE CLINTON left on Monday evening, for Natchez, when she will visit Mrs. Theodore Cruthers. MRs. T. H. SNODG.ASS" friends will be glad to hear that she has returned home very much im " pw.A4.rh.s3th. Missss BLANoCH and Carrie Hop kins returned last Friday to New Orleans, where they are attending Sophie Newcomb College. WE TAKE PLEASURE ill recom mueding to our Tensas friends the Mallery Grocery Co., of Nat chez. Their card appears in this issue of the GAZETTE. Ma. AND MRS. JOHN MURDOCH came down on Friday to attend the Newell reception. Mrs. Mur doch was the...

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 May 1902

How Truly the Great Fame of Lydia- E. Pink ham's Vegetable Comrn pound Justifies HerrOrig inal Signature., Lydia E. Plnklram's Vegletable Oempound. It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints, all Ova rian troubles, Inflammation and Ulccration, Falling and Displacement. of the Womb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly, adapted to the Change of Life. It has cizred more ctnes of Backache and Leucorrhoea thar any other remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels tumors from the Uterus in an early staged a1 development, and checks any tendency to cancerous humors. Irregular, Suppressed or Painful Menstruation, Weakness of t~ Sk.-34Inda tion, Bloating, Flooding, Nervous Prostration, IHea M tm ebt quickly yields to it. I Womb troubles, causing pain, weight, and backache, instantly re lieved and permanently cured by its use. Under all circumstances it acts in harmony with the laws that govern the female system...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 July 1902

4- I E TENSAS K S SBIN CO., LIMITED. Oficial Paper of the Parih o Tens DAY JULY NEW SERIES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY: JULY 11, 19 DIRECTORY, a, STATE. overnor--W. W. Heard. Lieutenant-Governor-Albert Esto- S pin1.P Seoretary of State-.John Miohel. Superintendent of Edacatio--John a N. Calhoun. Auditor-W. 8. Fraze. Treasurer-Ledoux . Smith. fl Attorney General-Walter Gulon. di U. S. SENAORS. M. J. Forte end 8.,. MoEnery. REPRESENTATIVES: 1sint District-R. O. irey. 2nd Distriot-Adolph Mayer. 3rd Distriot--R. F. Bronusard. 4th District-P. Brazeale. 6th Distriot-J. E. Rnsdell. 6th Distriot-S. M. Robertson. --T BIrATE SENATOR, 29th DISTRICTs O. C. Cordill, d REPRESENTAIVE ; T. M. Wade and A. E. Newton. 10th DISTRICT COURT; Judge--S. L. Dagg. Disttiot Attorney-Hugh Tullis. PARISH OFFICERS Clerk-Jos. Carry. Sheriff-W. C. Young. Treasurer-W. M. Davidson. 'oroner-E. f. Newell, M. D. Parish Surveyor-John Johnson. Assessor-W. G. Fultam. POLICE JURY. 1st Ward--Dr. K. B. MoMillan. 2ud Ward...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 July 1902

._ · .ý ei -ýailirrllB azett0.- Al ! `r. JOSSPH - - LA. PRtbAP Wtr tI t t, t 2t ______Cou 4 T3R ttml l: PovT iVc. sr. anWi , as"es 101watex CL19n wan. a*rn . A. E. R.EES, Editor and B.saeusi a r . AD VBRI')7IO era - in0 9 I .j1 morse..6 0 ien.'1 yer tie 2 t 3 t7 $ 4 50C3 1W ) ai 1".c A 6 7 lin 10o 50 nIo 1I 4 ' ! 9 50 J -5' 18 on i s 8 e a1o .o. 16 00 20 00o Y t it  1't 0 r on T ono 26 no '"les2* T1.(W 'I 1: It 26 50I :t7 60 'IBCUA TION.: SIX IHUNDRED %, i's views SWil bjlnotms of corres eadeamte appsfst l fintredifnns. iwlvetigemnents 51.00 pr 'ar eTe' rot lusertaon:60 cents per PMwtter each "nbsequent one. . kýsrial notices 10 cents per line for il-luas~ron; 7 cents per line for each 4U5q a3& one. Monthly rates 5 centa t ] ftii'rýlt less than six months. iotf s lianei rr essl th"'B, inces i $S.yd" 1.O pe annum. Wwsletomunleastions on snhbiect of 'Ise laterept oIlolte , but no at tn t inon ih 4. paid to anonymous communi Addseem Tsmuoswgu, SLt, Joaeph, SS Ar-i. s H...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 July 1902

lhe TonGsa zette. ST. JOSEPH,. LA wR,-,ii9 -LA Are you cheapt Of -car e t. we are not, ,but we sell ..'ods 'cheap, says Baker & Sou. 'iP -iT. Rtv. b'ii Sessums 'condýlde· l viies 'at Christ 'Chiitch uunday morning ahd 'de livered 'o`h'e'? tiastral' l1egat and 'thoughtful'aerfihota to "t 'uitmusu Illy large congregatatni. Wb'n' youwaunt to enjoy"a nice cool dtiink, call -at our soda fouin tain. We have just sCreined the store.--St. Joseph Drug Co., Ltd. Mt'R. W. S. Fun.TOI, the former 'beneenciary cadet from' this parish 1to the State University, has ob 'tained a-p'sitiou 'with the corps of rtigizeers oh the Memphis, lHel ena and Louisiana R. R. tVo are too' i)drIt to sav mIfdlu ey, therefore never hoe to be rich, but we can save v'o1t money on ai)ything in our lin.--Baker & Suit. ''"VII.LA CLARA," "''Minnahaha, "Mound" and "Avoudatle" plan tutions lmid shuiwors. Locd! sprink 'eIs 'il btlance of parish not enouugh to lay dust; cottou small, olf color and stftering very ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 July 1902

sany t155s53 VWasca a, ib, o lack of partSie I ransa peadig el·cttoas whiek will soon, there are eadidates no le.e than tweaty-two Paris alone, the leadias open atiloalist, Comervative, SRiyalst, Boiapartist, Iberal Collectivist, Progres i aglcal, Radical Socialist and alereat stripes of Socalists, there are specialised parties, Anti-,srates and Anarchiests Sees. -,t the elventh for some - able kaight, the crue -b n.d began by gir ,$ a pair of spurs. The ovelord * r plstrrg the title .attaebe the 7 himself to the Is s of the new IRgre ted noble and then gave him htu ; hsut, his horse, his sword and hie ,ie r CleeTl ldiot remars cast a to be halt-cracked than cos boks3.-Philadelphia Record Your Hair years teo my hair was out badly. I purhased a of Ayers Hair Vigor, sad y hair stoppedie a wlgt." Wa Misl e Hoover, ParS, In. your mother hair, but that Is why you must life with half. hair. If you want tdcM hair, fied It Ayerfs Hais Vigor, ak it rich, .dark, S - NEWSO F r. S LOUISIANA o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 July 1902

THE TENSAS AZEE. co, " oh P"  of Tuun Shool id, ad Fifth Lou & Nwo DiO fO. BI CO., L TED. S S VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1902. ........~~~~~I~` -' ...... ... .... . DIRRQTOlY _ I AT y.L Oovernor, V. aH .. pina -Albert Este Sooretary t Sst*.John Miohl. perint of doation-ohn N. Oalhoun. Auditor--W . rIkas Treaur .Ledoatx . Smith. Attorney Glm al-Walter Onion. u. s SNATO'S. M. 1J.o FDte as 8. MoEnery. REPEIBBNTATIVIS: 1st Di S , 0. !ee7. 2nd Distrlet-Adolph Maye, I 8rd Distri"-. F. Breussad. 4th Distrit....p. Braseale. 5th Distriot--J.1. .BnAdelL 6th Dl-tret-,S. . Robertson. SrtAT SNATOR., th DISTRIOTt O. O. Cordll, REPRESUNTAIVES ; T. M. Wade and A. R. Newton. 10th DblTRIOT COURT; Judge-. L. Da. District Attorney-Hogh Tullis. PARISH OFFICER8 Clerk-Jos. Onury. Sheriff-W. O. Young. Troamsrer-W. M. Davidson. Coroner--E . . Newell, M. D. Parish SBrveyeu.Jobn Johnson. Assessor-W. G. Fulton. POLIOL JURY. let Ward--Dr. K B. McMillan. 2nd Ward-Jae. Murdoob, president 8r...

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 July 1902

T'he Tenss Gazette. tSI3'LVMVEDEVERY PVTI)A Y. S'. JOSEPH, - -- LA, P"QAY,. JULY 1.,. 19Oz .ITURUD AT Tll POST OPTICS, ST. OsKr, LA., As SIOOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. A. 8. GREEY,, Editor and Business Manager. 9"160l> m t P RL? .50 AD YERTIJIN4G RATE. stACK t me. mos. 3 mos.;6 mos.'1 year .:h 2 55 875 $S4507 50s 10 00 .,c' ,50 8 60 7 50 10 50 1500 S Inch 4 50 8 25; 90' 14 2 Ts 00 4inoh 5 s 900o; 1000 1600 2000 8Ince 6 50 9 795 11 00 17 00 22 Or Stin  Sr TO 16' 12 00 Ia 00 24 00 1f nch 8' 0T 11 c(O 00. 16 0O' 2 00 1-Set 165 (1 18 50 21 00' 26 50 37 50 1 colta, 5 00 3 s50. 37 50. 50 00 7000 CIRCULATION: SIX IIUDRED a' The Grzsssr is not responsible eof (t views and opinions of eorres oondeats appearing in its columns. Transient advertisements $1,00 per suare for irst fnsertson: 50 cents per sqfte for each subsequent one. Ediltorial notices 10 cents per line for frst Insertion; 7 cents per line for each subseaent one. Monthly rates 5 cents a nofew for not less than six months. Lard...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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