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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 July 1902

1'he Tensas Gazette ST.JOSEPH, . . . LA FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1902 1 HE CABIN In the Price field was destroyed by fire on Monday. See our brass curtain poles at 25c; they are swell.-Baker & Son. MRs. JoesPH CURRY an d child ren have gone to Colorado Spriugs for the summer. MRs. THEO. CROTHERS and little daughter Elizabeth, are visiting Mrs. Lizzie Clinton. THE Natchez Drug Company guarantees Nelson's Chill Cure -"No Cure-No Pay." THE Levee Board proceedings will be found on the 4th (outside) page of to-day's GAZETTE ----- -- - MRS. J. W. Kla.g and Miss An nie Clarke left Tuesday night for a visit to Bovina, Mississippi. MRs. M. C. GARRrTT is visiting the family of Dr. Gaines, on Re serve Ave., Hot Springs, Ark. Miss ALMA NEWTON has returned home, after a pleasant visit to friends in Port Gibson and Baton Rouge . WE REsORET that our limited space has necessitated the omis sion of several local news-items that came in late. SEE THE SPECIAL RATES the Ya zoo and Mississippi Valley offers...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 July 1902

Senator Quay tells a tory of Ya experiencs at a country hotel near Fittsburg. Hanging on the wall in the, parlor was an Inscription "Icl on perle Francais" The senator noticed t the inscription, and turning to the proprietor, said: "Do yod speak l Freuch?" "No," replied the proprie tor, "United States will do'for me." "Well, then," said Quay, "why do oou have that notice on the wall-that means 'French is spoken here."'" '"Well, I'll be blamed if a young chap didn't sell that to me for a motto 4 "God bless our home!" answered the astonished hotel keeper. :c' here is a wide range in the price 1 or which the fruiter will put up a .etws t'mship basket." He can easily 'make it cost $40 or $60. Strangely enongh the fruits which go to make up he most expensive baskets are not the Sy.-j rtttd. but the domestic varieties `i of season. Peaches at $1 each  u.~ z :t1ifty cents In the middle of winter are' more expensive than any of the tropical varieties from the Indies by steamer. 'igt 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. — 25 July 1902

2THE TENSS ZETTt. P TBhLIBHING CO., I, Officia Paer of the Pui h of Ten s chool Bard, and Fifth Loniujai Le.. DhLi.* NEW 8ERIES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1902. .. .. ...* ... .. .. .. ... .... ... . . .. .., ..i l .HllI.. l Ii.Ii ill ii ll t il i NIi i i.i. Il Ii.... . . .. . DIRCITORY Governor.-W . Heard. Lieutenant-Govema orAlbert Eto Seoretary of SBte.-John. Miohel. Superintendent t Education-John t. Calhoun. Auditor--W. Ia I m. Treasurer-  mitb Attorney (Gei--Walter Gnio. . .-.-.--- U. 8. S8NATORS. M. J. Potse ad B. D. MoEnery. REPRESINTATIVatS: lot Distrio-R. O. Davey. And Ditriet-Adolph MIyer. 8rd Distriot-R. P. Broousard. 4th Distriot-p. Braeate. 5th Distriot-J. E. Ranadell. 6th Distriot-8. M. Robertson. BrATB SENATOR, 29th DISTRICT1 C. C. Cordtll, REPRESENTAIVES; T. M. Wade and A. E. Newton. 10th DISTRICT COURT; Judge-S. L. Dagg Distriot Attorney--Hugh Tullis. PARISH OFFICERS Clerk-Jos. Curry. Sheriff-W. C. Young. Trseaurer-W. M. Davidson. Coroner-E. t. New...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 July 1902

The number of American . - p.ow hOIdin.mY'1:KV VRIDAY. ST JOSEPH, -- LA FPRIDAY, JULY 25, T100 iTREKD AT tirK r r OrCcs, 5. JOswPH, LA., Rs seCtas se agrwr utrla A. E. GREEN, Editor and BuAiness 1'anwrrr. DEgiCRIP' TN YVP.)WLY S Ia Advasee. 1. AD VERTISING RATES. SACr41 MrO. mos.!3 mTO.'6 mos.'1 year .nch l0 3 7.$4 50 7 50 $10~00 t".chl 601 0 50 7 50 10 50 15 00 IF l 4.l0 R 25A 950 1TJ 25 T5R n 4'n ti 6 50 9 001 T1' Or 16 0O 20 00 6 Inch 50' 9 75 11 00 17 00 24* 00' 6 inch 7 60 10 I12 00 18 00 241 n I lnch R 50 11 C0' 13 00 19 00 2h 0 14 col 0 15 00 18 50 21 00 26 50 s7 50 P estm V n OR as X Im 66ei0 00 - --- ---- --...- n i - CIRCULA TION: SIX HUNDRI1E The TbG Awr Is not responseble the Ftews Mt Opiloas of aorres ms appelrItngln its columns. Translelnt advertsements 51.00 per es.are for first insertson; 5~ eents per rqre for eachb ubseqneu one. Editorial notices 10 cents per line for Arst Insertion; 7 cents per line for each snbeequent one. Monthly rates 5 eenti a line for for not...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 July 1902

'the 'leoaa tazette. ST. JOSEPH, -- -LA. FIDAY Y 25 1LA. FRIDAy, .LJLY 2t, 1992 r --- - ~~- - -7 ~ -" "1,- ",MI. MAYER atnd family f returned from Cooper's Well Tues day. MR. Ocy HUNTER, of WVater proof, came up to the dance Tues- 4 lay night. MIssse LEILA GREEN and Anna Chase are the guests of Mrs. Ab ner Green. MR. ARCHIE SCOTT, of Vidalla, was a visitor to St. Joseph Tues day eveuing. The new streets are all right-- they all lead to easy street. that's where Baker's cuctomers live. MRs. E. B. HUILLU was the guest of Miss Newton for several days last week. MRS. C. E. NEWELL returned Wednesday evening, after a pleas ant visit to Vicksburg. THE DANCE Tuesday night was an enjoyable affair, as attested hv the late hour to which it was kept up. REv. MR. MILLS, a Presbyvtriani minister, is a guest at the Bonney House and will e(nduot services here Sunday MR. AND Mas. FARRAIe NEWELL, are receiving the congratulations of their friends ou the birth a lovely baby-girl. ANOTHER BOY was add...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 July 1902

The number of American girls who are pow holding important positions In trench opera has caused no little iscontent among the Paris public. Not that there is any personal preju lie. against Americans, but simply because it is considered that French artists should have the first showing vt where engagements at their national theaters are concerned. Yet it is un Iuestoiable that voices are beginning to be scarce in France, whereas Am lica is advancing steadily as the sountry for good material which re guiree only classical training abroad ,o develop all the qualities necessary Darwin's theory of the origin of man has been attacked by Mine. Ce line Renoof, a French scientist. In a lecture recently delivered before a woman's club in Pars she argued in a vastly plausible way that man is of vegetable origin and does not dee te tfrom the monkey. b; Sot Apari Day for Weddings. l. At Plougnasfel, a small town in Brit- lii any, all the weddings of the year are Clebrated on one day. In Februa...

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

THE TENSAS TTE OAZEITE PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED. Oflici&l Paper of the Parish of Teneas, Sch One Ill ad T Os NEW SERIES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPI. LA., FRIDAY.r DIRECTOR Y STATE. Oovernor-W. W. Heard. Lieutenant-Governor-A beort Esto PinaL SBeretary of State-.John Mio!hel. Superintendent of Education-John N. Calhoun. Auditor-W. 8. Frasee. Tresurer--Ledoux E. Smith. Attorney General--Walter Gaio. U. 8. SENATORS. M. J. Foete nwd S. D. MoEnery. REPRESENTATIVC1S: lit Distriot-R. O. Davey. 2nd Distriot-Adolph Mayer. 8rd Distriot-R. F. Broussard. 4th Distriot-P. Braseale. 5th Distriot-$. E. REnsdell. 6th Distriot--S. . Robertson. r1ATS SENATOR, 29th DISTRIOTI C. C. Cordill, REPRESENTAIVES; T. M. Wade and A. E. Newton. 10th DISTRICT COURT; Jude-S. L. Dagg. District Attorney-Hugh Tullis. PARISH OFFICERS Clerk-Joe. Carry. Sheriff-W. C. Young. Treasurer-W. M. Davidson. Coroner-E. f. Nowell, M. D. Parish Surveyor-Johu Johnson. Ausessor-W. G. Fulton. POLICE JURY. 1st Ward Dr. K. B. McMilla% 2nd War...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 August 1902

3 'rTetas Gazette. Rot S'tSl.sli)) 1:VER V IPRYRhl)AY. act, ber .Tf. JOSEPH, - - - LA: c AU V .WGUST 1, 1902 the sta WrnaIL AT rlt I'"f OlCt. sr. josuPE, I C EA., AS 4s5CO! CtI..& MAIL uATrrT. tha A.. E. GREEN, per 1,litor and Besina ifanager. i t tro Yno' *scttV AdfauWE. Y R* the Sthe A D VERTI8IING RATES. i, t srAe. 1 m. I mos.m3 inoS. 6 mos.'l year In,. I chI s s 3 75.6 4 63 7 3SO 1000 i.ehl 3 5 R0 7 io o 160 1. 00 ahi 3 innh 4 50 A 21 9 60t 1) 25 18 00 4 Inch 5 .i1 n' 10 00 16 00 20 on po t itnch 6 9 7 11 Oi l i on 17 00 22 ma Sinch 7 60 10 1300 n' 18 00 24 00 1 inch s 10 i1tO 11'10 19 00 2 00 mi(t S-2cal 15 00 18 50 21 00 26 50 37 50 1 q. as a0 0 s50 37 0 s on00 70 00 Pre r'IlUAi O Vlo siX it IVD RIED 4 Ti!e GazCrnrK is not responsible 6r te views and opinions of corres 'ondeat$ appearing itn cts eelmn. g 'I'ranslent adventisemfents $1.00 per square for lQ t insertsorr; 50 cents per squar lor eaCeh subsequent one. Editorial noticee 10 cents per tine for M1 Arst iasertion...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 August 1902

t'he Tre sai Gazette. - ST. JOSEPH -- LA. -- -1, 1 FRIDAY. AUGCST 1, 1902 Spend your money at Baker's---. it brings you more. MIss ELLA. PRacy was the guest of Mrs. Dunlar Newell Isst week. Miss ELIZA «WHITNEY is the gueat of Mises Gladys Snyder this week, MaRS. J. W. KLtNR has returned from a visit to friends in M issis. 5ii)S i _ _ [R. S. C. PiNIlCK was the guest 3 of Mr. A. E. Newton durihg the past week. MRs. SA.RAH II. GCnE is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Newell. Working DAY and NIGHT to, supply the demaind.-The St. Jo seph Brick Works. MRs S. W,. IIAZI.IP and family have returned from a visit to her parents in Mississippli, - - ---- Cl MR. AND MRs. GEORiE CLINTON the after a pleasantt visit in Clarkes- `t. dale, Miss., returned home last Thursday. The St. Joeph Forge and Ve- red Ilie Company does exact Iv what "" they adv, rtise to do,-"Any vand to all kind of work"- .,('tthrily J and at linrs rotcs. Tri us, Ch MIlsss 1,ESsIE CHEw ANDERSON M1 and Jos.o B. TIllafero, (...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 August 1902

i betting could be stopped, an Meormous bulk of those who engage in it (apart, of course, from profees Moial bookmakers) would save a great deal of money, but there is no oere chance of abolishing betting than of abolishlng champagne, cigars gad mutton chops. It would not be a bad thing if bookmakers were ileens ed, but they never will be, partly be cause of the difficulties of finding a tatisfactory licensing tribunal, and chiefly because of the outcry that would be raised about the "legalize. tion of gambling. "-Badminton Speed . nrtgles. Within a few years the accuracy in the production of both fiat and round aerfnes has been so increased that he speed of engines has been multi plied by three. With the accurate heasiag of the present the tripled sped gives less trouble from heating sad cutting than did the slow speed of former years. . If silence Is golden the woman who is deaf and dumb must be twenty-four carets fine. Be Keew the 1447. "Yel said the eminent professor th a social...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 August 1902

1 NEW SARES VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. L AýYJ~tTUS1,1WZ' - 7 N = - _ IzIaOa OIT, v m W. W. Resa. mbse-,- I .. rhoes. I r . . ta? . Trelssares-4uimxs 3. m U. . S, WA Th Dis.ket-  . ~ smel . et DIsest-& . ebe.btm. IrATE S3NATO3 U0h DUTaRS? 0. 0. O .rTill, RlU?-IN AIV.4 t. K. Wad- .4 A. B. Newtem. 11th DuIIu3T OO00*1 J de-S. L Dg. District Atterey-ashU Tallis. PARISHB P om . Clark-J--. Oarry. SheriI-W. 0. Teas. Treaawr-W. M. Dvldsea.. Ooraerd--. r. Newell, . Paris . .wy-.D.J. feb. . Aweso--W. Q. .lt. lit Ward--Dr. K. B. McMillan. n.d War4-Jao nmrdoo,, porsidest 8rd Ward-F. H. Oarry. t. Ward-H. S. Ifla bol. 6th Ward-J. G. O'eltley. 6th Ward-R. D. Shelley. 7th Ward-D. D.M1l1e. Olrk-R. H. Whitney. S0HOOL BOARD (I. H. Olinatan, Preside. W. D. A. Gorton. 8. W. martia. J. Y. Harper. P. 9. Smith. A. 0. Watsom. MAGISTRATES: let Wed--M. W. Bland, Pt. Plea a. P.O. lad Ward--L. Buokner, Neweltoa P. O. ltd Ward-B. F. Newell, f. I" espb, P. 0. ýýýý seph P. O. 4th Ward-J. 0. O'Kellt , Asi wood P. O...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 August 1902

The Ten sa Gazette. PRU I,;r'1FFI)T 1VIRY Flri)AY. ~ ST. .iN' PH1, - LA, FNT l' AY, AU CiST8, 192_ x rI.Mv.' AT Tiux r*T Oaroc3,s T. JDou?, 7.1., A0 aSKco erW·t-e VeW. awrhrqU. . . E. GJEY .O. lEdltcr aind jesi4.sew Manuagr. r @CRFPTtW.S TyaRLY 11 is Aiiv. 150FI. t AD VERTTI2 RA'TE . ' na l me] I mos.u3 mnos. mos.1 year . uacb t 4 3 7,i$ 4 50) 7 0S 10 Ot tI IF a i5ii 7 M 10 50 TW N00 Cl f Inc 4. 10 tS, 9 50 14 25 1R O a 410 L ool9 1 0 00, 16 00 0 00 6 aI T aTo6' s o1 0 o is o 4 0 7 tch a h50' '1 O 1i3 00 M 00 2K li cI 1-Tee TS 0 9m r f Iit 6 1 as 37 ! d 1 comg. a on k0 2o' 7 50s 00 71 00 f, ac i iii 'r lb'Gsstrrut 1 ee rs.spoe or Vte views ad eepilons of srns- h eneeta spm gln IMs colmans. Traslent sdvevfisements $1.0f per squar s IiRt tverIhow 5' cents per sqnsrt fereash :uhaequent one. ditrfir Mottee 10o cents per line for e Ara fasertlon: 7 cents per line for Palch I smisequeat ens. Monthly rtfec 5 cents s lflee *r rrwnme less than six month.s tart ofVl lines or less in ' Busi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 August 1902

The Tonsas (azette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, AIGUST 8, 1902 Tna MIssas Hu NTmR and Flyd Hunter spent Friday in St.Joseph. IIoN. R. II. SNvniEn and family left Thursday for an outing on the the coast. Mas. R. H. WntrNEV has re turned from Hot Springs Ark., very much benefit.tPl. Mas. THO.AsoN and daughter Miss Lounip, of Waterproof, are visiting Mrs. B. F. Bonney. A MAN-CHIlD) was horn to Mr. and Mrs. John Blanche this week. We tender congratulat ions. MIss JEfrNI~ Cor'roN, of Nat chez, and Miss Esther Speed, of Vicksbtrg, are visiting Mrs. N. C. Newell. Ta JWELIrYar DePATMEN'T of A. Mayer & Co. is in charge of Mr. ° Thomas Rutherford, an experi ented and competent jeweler. CALl. AND RICe A. Mayer & Co. A flue line of furoniture and all that is required to furInish a rmod ern dwelling or an up-to-date office. - Among ,Ur maily 'drives' yu t will find a few pieces of whit'r ln,"ý lawn, regular 15c gods price re duced to Ik, all at few pair Ladies' line Oxfords at cost,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 August 1902

or am Uatsleated Rule. The Hollander's first duty in South Africa is to support an administration, honest and impartial, untainted by the - eh of yold; and, as long as it be honest, it is no concern to our lWellander whether it be English or German or Boer or "international." What the Hollander has to guard against is the influence of the Dop pers and the Krugerites being again introduced into South Africa. and tgalnst Holland being made the ren ter of intrigue by those who seek to regain the authqrity which has now been lost to them ---Hague Hollandia V.svemle·U Cotrmese Lace studded with gems is one of the trimmings that will be worn ex tensively at the coronation ceremon lee. In addition to amethysts, garnets and other semi-precious stones, sap phires, emeralds and even dtamonds will be used, the stones costing from $4 to $200. The lace need not be very heavily studded to make It extremely costly. Roses and lilies of the valley, K is said, will be the popular corona tion flowers....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 August 1902

SHE I ENSA B ING CO., LIMITED. Oidlcial per tof the Parish of Tend, chool ý ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY "AUGUS NEW 8ERIES VOL. X. ST JOSEPH L., FRID Illi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ · I ii . ....,l DIRECTORY, a ou.pto STATE. 8 p. u. 4 Governor-W. W. Heard. 11 a. in., Lieutenant-Governor-Albert Eato- un,'ly, pinal. p. m. F Seoretar of Stae-John Miohe. a (1 L'Ar SuperidMendent eof Education-J-ohn N. Calhoun. ýº a, C. '.nlic Auditor-W. S. Fra*ee. nc!yv, of Treasurer-Ledoun E. Smith. fir-t 'suu Attorney General-Walter Gunio. ducts ,tcrv U. S. SEBNA'RS. tE SA M. J. Foete end S. D. MoEnery. REPRESENTATIVES: lst District-B. O. Davey. Het 9nd District-Adolph Mayer. 3rd Distriot-R. F. Broussard. ARP 4th Distrit--P. Braseale. 5th District--. E. Rmendell. 6th Distriot-S. M. Robertson. BTATE SENATOR, 29th DISTRICT, I$ Pr O. C. Cordill, descript REPRESENTAIVES ; T. M. Wade and A. E. Newton. 10th DISTRICT COURT; JQ e-S. L: Dagg. Diseriot Attorney---agh Tullis. PARISH OFFICERS - Clerk-Jos. Curry. Sheriff-W. C. Young...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 August 1902

teS Tams Gazette. E VfEF !R~ID . Spri SjTm. - -JO E LA.lu - PRl_ DAY, hGUST 15, 1 1881 soas erwevont, Sr. Joeul, Io ISSCdi CLAs MAIL. AlTra. J A. E. GREEN, ha. Editor and BusinAs Manager. Msg a. ._. .50 yard d~mflrgsTh'O RATE the AD ----GRATES--- sott. a V a375' l4 60 3 7 50$10 00 Judi S" 4 Ga l 7 Sm to so0 15 0~ 4 •'A 9 0 1s 25 18 ( ake,, _ ;. n l 00 ! 3 A0 in 00 l 211 0cl Y ' l II A 11 !T 21 511 37 60" t olstn 00 si 3 ii0 37 6o, o 00i 700 T J .a t UATIO.*" RIX tUNfTaVDRED t The GaTZlr rii not responsrtble .+ rviews and opinions of corres h s iorale15 columns. beel Traslest advertlaements $T.I f ir "WANe O trt insertsor, 50 eents per ica M " foer seah':ubsequent one. Iditsrial notices 10 eents per line for S agr.tt;7 cents per line for each = 0one. monthly rates 6 cents sg fI r set lea f 51six 1eoiths. tr4s a st ltines or leass in "Business eve 5enrSSl." p$.00 per annaum. th ieattions on subjects of Wai { seIntoelthW* e attention W Aa be piV(do aetrwoYWoW conmrnms- m MYiWs Tusa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 August 1902

__Gazette. SLA. !RiDAY , AUGUST 16, 1902 Sof Meeting of t ·Sh Executive ommittee. S Na ýGi MR, l ,ONDAY, to .E*telled the L , Costnce ond aksIs,. to succeed theMiss, Sv Saw, of Jackson, Mtlisp IJNDA, Constance aSI y is visiting are isitig Clarke ands. Jackson, Miss, Miss .ESA S`aW, of Jackson, M(is., is visiting Miss Clarke and the Misses La411s Mm. TaoamUox, of Waterproof, has been visiting friends in St. Josepb during the past week. Do ý't fortt we have some fineHO HONEY at .2je per ponid: it'sa deliclous and healthful,-Baker a sells it. Da. AND MIl. CnH. BoORR rc turned to Natches this week, after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clark. Mae. Jonsson and AMis Talina fere, of Port Gibson, were t11 gmats of Miss Newtou during the oods Z liveed free, when or. I ordered of us,-bear this in mind-I a·d ring ts eu you need any thing in the GROCERY line.- Baker & Son. A WIrY DULIGRT.UL DANCE Was given by the young men on Mon, .day evening, at the Masonic Hall, complimentary to t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 August 1902

~4 I (S a fdr 1u Ku " L' SI. bId {U 1 WASIIINOTON bI 'terhestlyg Items Frona the Cap. *' pers ital of the Nation. oo.l over EXPOSITION COINS *It eral Secretary Shaw Arrages for the sem StIilkg off of Souvenir Pieces i me - Miss Taylor's Cas. ing to p Washington, D. O.-Rear Admiral to ti Steas' squadron, eooileMtlg of the ed i Etstacky, New Orleans, Relena and Vicksburg, has arrived at Obemulpo, O. Korea. led c war Araragemuts have beem completed leg, as the war departmeat for the ezami- ne of olviliams fet appointment as mon liettenates in the army. The time agnsmets of this yes's graduates p, ftbn the military academy to station as a at glimesis bai left about 180 va- and Igtis I'4bat gradae These vaofn- gov gear will be Siled by the promotion 8ec, s! eompoest enlisted men so far as pose p3retlqe uand the remainder by ap- thi Oliemh S from elvl ttl'. " and latt  nited State Mtinister King at ] g0kok,. Siam, has inalrmed the T deparlmeat by osble that the thie n.tee uprising rece...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 August 1902

--5 ,-4i iE TENSASI L am, Ofe ~j~P~te of t he Parish of Ten, School 31"~I ýa 1Fi M L~idii ZiM Dii.Ij VOL. X. ST. JOSEPH. LA. FRIDAY.*AUGUST ,22. 1902. el, a th-. ae.p. IMTL ,.G LBtsi . Bn Beaetr a g of Aat . R Uagertentava et and . Oaithorn... C Attor*ey Gaenha.. U. L- 2n8rd Distriot-l...P. 4th Drrioi t-p. . 6th Distriot--..8 . gam . I1'hIkT MB3NtmB PSRIOTI O. . or diU REPRBUltlMlAIM '. . Wade sd A. l. Newton. 10th DISTRjIT OOURT; Jo _& L Damg, District Attew.--Hsh. Tallis. PA-I yR8 C1rek-Jos. Orr. Shomn-W. Q.' Ym. Trm-sar W. M. Davidoa. Corew-B. LP Nee, M. D Parth Barvey-ein.4a Johnsan. POd JURY nr. 1st Ward--DiL 5, McMillan. 3rd Wad acry. president 4th Ward-; . ihols. 5th Ward-J. ore~ . 6th W0r-- - ey. 7th Ward-Da a1M1sm. Olaek-R. H. tor y. G. H. Olitn, W. D. A.O Gortg' S. W. Matt. J. K. Barper, k i P. o. Smith. A. 0. Watao. In R Y. ](ewulL D. Muir. 0. 0. Knowles. A. B. Gssm pedatedenut. MAGISTRATBS : lit Ward-M. W. Bland, Pt. Pleas ant P, O. Sd WVard-L Buckner, Newelton P...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 August 1902

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