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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1905

- /, -U ai a.u aa Sol .. 41 Gas Gazette. * J PH, - - - LA. Y, APRIL 28, 1905 n. D. 3'. MIrERa spent a few yr in Natohes this week. is Bassiu CLr.AKE is the guest Mar. Geo. Clarke, this week. SMa. WALTox has returned from Bisit to relatives in Adams coun , Miss. TaE EPWORnHr LEAGUE will be tortained this evening by Mrs. R. Baker. The famous FIVE-STAR line of shoes sold only by Baker & Son, they are the best. Was BsrTIZ COLEMAN was the guest of friends in Waterproof sev eral days, recently. Plenty of fresh eggs at 20 cents dozen, potatoes, onions, and all kinds of good things to eat at Baker & Son. Rav ~ inat N-eth -'minister, will conduct ser zvio at Newellton Sunday morn ing and night. Ray. Ma. CAVVIT will conduct services at the Union Church Sun day, April 80th, and also the fol lowing Sunday morning, May 7th. MR. CLIFTON CHILD, of Bovin:,, Miss., joined Mrs. Child (nee Miss Annie Clarke) at St. Joseph this week. They returned to Bovina. Don't forget, Baker & Son are n ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1905

NISTERl. U. S. Recommends Pe-ru-na iiL ik r Hsadal Cubaw Miknster I. te United States. mmeor Qesada. Cuban finister i~ the United States, is an orator born. Tn an &aMtl is The Outlook for .iv. 189. hby (George Kennan, %ho heard Quesada speak t, the Erteban Theare, ýMatanza;. ( 'ha. he said: "I have seen many audiences under the sell of eloquent speech and in the grip of strong emotional excitement; but I hae rarely witnerwed such a *,.ne s at the c!,e of Que-ada's eulogy upon the dad patriot, lMarti" la a htter to the l'eruna Medicine Company, written from Washlagton, D. C., Senor Quesada says: "Peruena I can r(ecoyflifrldntd as a rery good medicine. It is a.mn excellent stren rthenimn tonic, and it is aclso. an effinacious cure for the alm ost uniir rsal complaitt of catarrh."-- Gonzalo De Qucsada. Oo rmman J. H. Bankhend of Ala bea, ofe of. the most influezIal mem a her of the House of Repree.tative. in w . lote. written from WVehingtion, D. ( . co _ e mdornemen# to th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1905

THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEWSI XPUBLEsDlIO 00o., FrDrmn ,i th P T. h BaY, d rM L2 L DI- -- a l NEW -ERIES VOL XIII S E ---LFD -- M 1 *EW SERIE VOL. XIII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. MAY 5, 1905 -- 6. - I 1 I5MM 5 ll OUR WASHINGTON NEWS NOTES. LATE NEWS IT.MS FROM OUR NATION'S CAPITOL GEN, FIZHUGH LEE DEAD Attack of Apoplexy Ends Life of Not ed Southerner. Stricken Down on Train Whilc Returning to Wash lngton. Washington- -(cncral Fitzhu rh L.ee. U. S. A., retire:l. and one Iof \'iirin-i ia's foremost sons, died at the I'rovi donce hospital here from an attack of apoplexy which he stffelre 1 on a train while enroute from Boston t Wash ton. After General Lee ha! been re moved to the hospital it was evident to the at tend inri physicians that his ease was a very eriius one. but they believed that hia strong \vi: alrv anti will power would a.-ist materially in at least a partial recovery, from the attack. His crniton!i remained fair. eonsidering the s('verity if the attack, durinii the day, but ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1905

nsas Gazette. DEV ERY PRIDAY. EPH, - -- LA. Y, MAY 5, 1906. SPeRT OFIICS, ST. JOSxrIl, D CLAbS MAIL MArTTii. E. GREEN, Business ,Manager. CORI)LL RE'SI ' B LE VEE BOARD. the resignation of Son Cordill as member of of the Fifth Louisiana was .received too last issue of the Ga tor Cordill has been mew ber of this Board formation in 1886, and more closely identified rilding up and perfec v system than any a this State. was his conception through his individual Wnally created, being the State. Appreciat importance of a prop of levees and having efficacy to protect lands from the inun were once so common tive, he made a life of the problems that ;and to his knowl 'gqrgy and determined ly duo the present (f our levee system. Oordill has been sueo Son. A. E. Newton. o a member of this early days and there new to the duties he He has gone throngh geat high water fights levee system was adopt h State, serving an ap in a school that was practical. His appoint hly gratifying to all bMeind the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1905

ST. JOSE 0H, - - LA. ('ar 'l'Tan!k. To nl? the 1: of St. ' our .ppr, t L  .;v w elt .o l ,,it tu a:;i i Ay ppre'i ate h lii u l- t lutii , brought by feet of l've, noid 'wrought by handys ( f ctuln lnin eetness, the roal hic,- f nod Christian zeal promptini all this simply winis t, to viu anl thi. people. Friends and iigh~tor-, w, are yours, for Ch!rist' F;ikl. PARTOR ('a I's'Tr .;' e t . 8ýeRVIcEs will I, I t ,',l ti at tIt Unuon Chlrch, Su'lay mo ,rlin,. COn1Iuct, ; H",. Mr. Ca' t. a ,l at light ; 1ev. Mr. Ilarv, IR TA 'I: EX.,i : .TIA'i' ' ti i'' a bod' No,rmi al Cý,!l,". Na-: ,v: , Tenies ' .s , will I l ti , i i dahi h igh ,cho, l Ibtit !, ' tit \'t dalia, La., on Mav 1, T 0?! t A large a111(1 ,', ' , ft ''i repah (; 1't.to i,'ifs i a= just beeni r'ccivd l v ,y I;.\;l ; t I SON, and is ,itffierid ti Iiad. :it prices that are chelapi rllan ' y r. No loss of tim(- wa tli '. - enables us to serv,. Vtt l'' , l: t iv. We make a specialt yv e grUI. .. Ring No. 29. MRn. BL. F....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1905

FAMOUS ATILETEiS PAY ILOWIBT PEwRUNA As a Spring Tonic to Get the System in Good Shape. "I advise all .dthletes "who are about to go in traininLg to try a , bottle of " Pc-ru-na."" -J. Wtr. 0 " 00 : ln .- 0: * ...... 0 Swim Through the Michigan Whirlpool Rapid.. *.*.':** * * * **--*2* ** ":- - --'--- i * 0 0 " " " " " N N""061N00N"N"000@0N ,N 0 @,0  00 0 0  PE-RU-NA A1eente4 Re~late, ,estorue a System Depleted by Catarrh. John W. Glenister, of Providecer, R. I., ehampios long distance swimmer of Amer Ica, ase performed notable feats in this eontry sad England. lie has used Peruna as a tonic and gives his opinion of it in the following letter: New York. The Perna Medicine Company, Columbus, Ohio: Ontlemea--'This spring for the first time I hLve taken two bottles of Pe ruan, rad, as it has done me a great deal of good, I feel as if I ought to say a sed word for its worth. "D-rtay tfe 8prttmytu fer the hlave aevr, I e tlakes eer-l J sdIw if sprng te ntic, oed Aree wvear receiwed s...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1905

THE TENSAS GAZETTE. GAEzTTi PUBLIBHING C00*, U Tm Omijal Papov the Paris of Tams, School Baard, sad Fifth Lo iinas Laes Distri O ad ity ts. r aa NEW SERIES VOL. XIII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. MAY 12. 1905. LOUISIANA STATE HAPPENINGS Items of Interest from all Sections of the State Diversified Crops. Of great importance to the plant era of Louisiana and li. i is..ipjli w ill be the visit to those st;ates of W\. .1 fSpillman, of tile 1;ras; and F' ra:Ce Division of the IDetant ,t ,f Afri- t Culture, who will have \\W'aslindton I for the south the latter part of tihis month. The object of Mr. SpiTilln a's Visit Is to consult with plantrc of it Louisiana and Mis'issiplpi anl wi:hl the directors of the experiment t-ta tions in regard to the diver-ifieation h of crops in the localities whcer r tihc' cotton crop is menaced by lihe bll1 weevil. On June 1, Mr. Spillan will arrive at Natchitohes, where he will renia:n it a day, going thence to Baton Itucie rI and Alexandria. Part of June 4 h...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1905

S Tei azette. POULIhSRID gtVERY FRID)AY. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1905. TwRZD AT TiMB Poe OFFICE, ST. JOSEPH, LA., A S ecoZ oLAss MAIL MATTER. A. E. GREEN, Editor and Business Manager. S Ua aseon UrLas. CIRCULATION: SIX I fUND1?R ED AD VERTISING RATES. SPACrs. 1 me mols. mos. 6 mos.'I year - ........-.-TII-I- - .neh 3 $ $3 75 $ 4 50.3 7 50o$10 o00 10e 85 650 750 1050 15 0 tine 45 8 S5 950 14 25 18 00 4ni k 560 9 00 10 00 16 00 200o 5 In6b 6s 5 75 11oo00 17 00o 22 00 G Ins 75i0 1 00o 1800 214 00 7 in s 50 11 co00 100 19 00: 26 00 1-oel 15 00; 5s 21i s 00 26 50 37 50 S oof M sol s7 5e0 0 00 70 00 The GAzrrlr is not responsible or the views and opinions of corres pondents appearing In Its columns. Transtint advertisements $1.00 per square for lart insertson; 50 cents per aqnans for eaeh'urnequent one. ditorial notices 10 cents per line for ISt Insertilon; 7 cents per line for Pncb aIesuent one. Monthly rates 5 cents Sline for for not less than six months. iards of six lin...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1905

Thle Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEF , . FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1905. Mae. W. J. C. Austin anniunces in this issue of the Gazett., that she will conitnue the busi., of her husband, the late \V. J. C. Austin. We make only high grade, lot tied soda water.-St. Jsopsh Bot tling Works. THE DIRECTORos of tlhe Bank of 15t. Joseph at their recent annual meeting declared a dividend of 10 per cent, added $20(0) to the sur plus fund and left $900.93 undi vided profits. A healthy, delightful and re freshing bhverage,-B r ant l e v' s bottled soda water. OWING TO THiE JENl(;TII of tlihe contract for the new (Court IounisI and jail, which is written inll full in the minutes of the Police Jur-y, it has been nlecessalry to delay thi publicati3n of thse m inilutes nIi til our next issue, when the same will appear in a supplement. A large anill complete stock ,f F'reell (Jz Vo(,tri4.,4 ha - just beenl received by IIAKER R . ON, iand is offered the trade at prices that are clhuapel r thlllli \vr. 'o loss if time ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1905

A JUDGE'S WIFE A"" Quickly Cured by a Short Course of Pearu.na. .r 1".1.1..... x'".·. ,.."./ " " -*1 ý:: .c11 Ill. EUZ soAL*I*T$. 11 71 O~rr DullyonMo. >bate. nfer.d for rara with biiouvu apd kidney sad liver trouble. IrylQrc 4 bo, thelleaf the ~krh andd were of frequenL occur P 1 eia cured me-twelve bot tm e me a healthy woman." The .Secret of Good Coffee vren the bet houaeeepers cannot make a good cup of ea withou good materil. Dirty, adulterated and queerly blended eotee such as unecrupulous dealers shovel over their counatrs won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored WPN COFFEE, e Iaker of a pakw eules th e that for over a quarter of a century bha been daily in e mi lions of homes-and you will make a drink fit fora In this way: W TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE. best eroS m o t oue he bet So~ee. I r.._ S. , ' IM thsp to a cup, - d one A se _raa e eater. .oop to r e . o. asd 84 "O oYl 1 lMass M lak in. fdUrm, ou cos of tai l : ant a ef steth let" b W ffl e. (Saol o dl :42. aNe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1905

THE TENSAS GAZETTE. NEW - "E ULJSHIN5 G 00., JIIT, Oial Ppe . the Paris d T ea, ieta,Bhel ear d Fih l m ls D- I 4 One Nil sd Fify O.. Per ANs.U NEW SERIES VOL. XIII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1905. NO. 18 RDINANCE OF POLICE JURY 0 F PARISH -0 F TENSAS, DOttED AT NMETING HILD NAT 9th, 1905. f Mr. Farrar, duly see .Marks, the following , unanimously adopted: NAN('E, to provide for Cou'rt house and Jail for f 'ITensas, at thetownofSt to make a contract there provide for the payments re therefor, and to issue representing the contract price,. . certificates bearing 5 per uett imerest and having interest cou ponl attached there to. SECTION I. Whereas. it is now necessary that he 'Police .Jury of the Parish of Ten gas ihould provide a Court House. eontaininL all the necessary offices for the Parish of Tensas should provide a 'ourt o use, containing all the ne-i eessaarv offices for the Parish Officials~ and rooms for conducting court busi ness. alnd should provide for a Parish .ail...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1905

Te Tensas Gazette. PUBJMSIIID EVERY FRIDAY. ST. JOSEPH, - -- LA. FRIDAY, MAY 19 19.0t $TRRIE AT Tl CPOrT OFlICK, ST. JOSEPII, LAS, ASS OOND CLAS8 MAIL )IAT1TER. A. E. GREEN, Editor and Bussincs M.!,,.Pl'er. SU_ eIFTIOm IIRLY ,., I. CICULATI TION: SLY Ii t',.VnR ED AD VRTISINt i.4 7F.. - 5.ACI1 . 1 .. . . .. d ioe.... ... .. . .. I . ear .nch S i5 3 75k$ 4 50o 7 50 $10u n i'ch 3 60 6 50 7 5 10 S I 15 5 1 i is 5 9 oN 10 o 1i; o e20 1 Inch 6 9 73 11 00 ' 17 10 22 'n 0 6 inch 7 50 109 o5 > on ils 21 (t0 T inch 50 11 Co 13 () 10 (0 : ; Id0 1-ool 13 00 15 50` 0 21 n o5( 3:7 >0 1 ceo 3 00 8s .o: 37 SO, so ( 70 o00 $ The GAZr.TTF is not reaponsible oP th'e views and opinions of corrCs wondents appearing in its colunins. Transfent advertisements $1.,5 per square for first insertcon; 5o ent- Iper square for eachl '.ibsquiien011t onei Edttorial notices 10 cents pr line for bt lnsertion; 7 cents per line for each:l subsequent one. Monthly rate° 5 (ents a line for for not less than s...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1905

'rho Tfons: i Galzettf. ST. JOSE.PH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, MA\Y 19, 1 o05. We mako ,nlv hi .h gra', It - tiled odnli t it'r.-St. Jo..n(lth It tling W\ TTRF T1;- ' - : " 'tin ( to W aterpr,,' , ft.r (i i rvi, at the tf'l-l)h,,ioe ,xc'hagll: '. It is a pl)la:iur to go in yVon refrigerator nild get a fresh, cold bottle of Brant ly's I)op. MRS. J. K. Drunil and child ren have been visiting Mrs. Lan ius and Mrs. Clarke for s,,mi time. Brantlevy's hiigh-grade, hott l ,l soda water del4liv,,redl to any resi dence iu city, 2 dlozou iu a case. Screen donors and wiind)ws to protect you from the flies andi mosquitoes at Bakor & Sin. Our prices can't be Ia't. DR. Moa.Ks, the optician, with office at Meyer's Furniture Store, desires to inform the pulblic that i he has consonted to remain in St. Jaseph one weeXk iniger. 1to acicom Inodate his platrsl, :,il suggets that all who may n(ed hip s rvie- I will make engag,,n,,,1nts r l,,arl nas possible neoxt o.,,k, as he e:n not remain long',r. -Nrs...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1905

LIEUTENANT BOWMAN IN FORTY-OIGHI HOURS PE-RU-NA CURED HII. Odld Affected H'i1 and Throat -Attack Was Severe, Chas. W. Bowara, ],t Lieut. ald Adjt. 4th Mi. S. I. Car. \''&., writes from Lanham, Md., as follows: "Though somewhat ave r e to patent med icn. and stllm more ae'cr.e to becoming a pra_.ional affidavit man, it seems otly a plain duty in the pre*i ut instance to aid my experience to the columns alrt.lvl writte concerning the curative powers of Peruna. "JI awb Aees rtIIrl Ia rtnee eaJ byt a sosfir elds in tSe bead and Masis. IXbse bees ab'e Iofj4tyca,€e - a mee se,"ro attak in SN~SIu by srI ta ae acoo.rd I .' g ru-ed dweesU . I ee tan U preventire 1 aoaeew thmrefeed s tillt a asn ck. E "Mambers of my fami:y also use it for t -like ailment.. We are reeommending it to our friends."-C. W. Bl'wman. P-rmea Oains N, Nsrootici. One reason why Perurn has found Iwr 'manent use in so many home{ is that it eastains no nurarot of any kind. It can user any Ilsbh oft time without ac...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1905

STHE TENSAS GAETTE. ******-- N TYB PULIERIES OL. X Irrr. 0T.1 Pa d ý ?arN TPA, &IDol Ad. dMl a LY DiY 26r g90d itj Oti. L. DarO NW SERIES VOL. XIII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1905. NO.19 w rd. . . . - -' ý ba1AL14e V -OUR WAS1INGTON HEIS NOTES. LATE NEWS ITE1S FROM OUR NATIN'8g CAPITOL P N RBTERSEDs QUICKLY lecretary Taft'bua Decided that Neith er Ships Nrs Any Great Amount of Canal MMeral Will Be Bought ; Abroad. Secretary Morton has replied to a commnl:iicatioa received at the Navy "Department from the Humane Socie ty at Galveston, which alleged that seamen on the eruiser of that name, which recently visited the city had been ill-treated by their commanding flficers. Newspaper clippings bcaring on the condaet of the sailors while in port a ere enclosed in the society's ;et 'ter. Secietary Morton expressed an appreciation of the motives of the Iii mane Soeiety, and then proceeds to comment very severely upon the en elosed newspaper clippings. These clippings stated that ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1905

tbe Tensas Gazette. iPULIRFD EVI:RY FRIDAY. A "$T. JOSEPH, - -- LA. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905. lTlRD AT Tll PONT OFTICE.ST. JOIE, 18 ' LA., AS SICOD CLASS MAIL MATT*. s8 A. E. GREEN, t! ' Editor atdn Business Manager. 5PmTI o T1U YARLYT SAd, am... $1.50a IBRCULATION: ,SIX HUNDRED I h " D VERTI SING RA TE.. t, I1 nho.2 mos.j3 mos. G mos.1 year 0o .web S 03 76b $450 ; 7 50o$10 oo a ic/ 31 50 650 7 50 10 50! 15 00 i Siaeh 450' 825 9 50 14 25 18 00 4 iashei 50 9 oo0Il 16 00 20 oa SIpeh 601 9 751 00 17 00 22 00 ii inh1ch 7 5 10 25 12 001 18 001 24 00 h 8 0 11 Co 13 oo00 19 00 26 00e I l5 00 18 50j 21 00j 6 6o0 37 50 f ( l m 100 3 50O 37 50o 50 001 70 00 SlW The Gaswrru is not responsible h z Nr the views and opinions of corres ýa.gdents appertagl n its eolemns. IP Tansfeat advilsements $1.00 per square for first biertson; 50 eents per #' asre for eaekh'ubsequent one. f * .Bdltortal notiees 10 cents per line for . hrt insertion; 7 cents per line for ench quent one. Monthly rates 5 cents ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1905

flhe Tensa rI4tff". I ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ) FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1905. We make only high grade hot tled soda water.-St. Josoph Bot tling Works. LovRns of nmusic should not miss the concert Fridav, June 2nd, $ P, M. Masonic Hall. Mus. IL. F. S.ITrr hay ret urned from a visit to her brother, Mr. W. S. H. \Wailes, at Ballina, La. , Mrs NoMrIE SIAW, of Altus, Oklahoma, is visiting her sister. Mrs. John \V. Sistrunk, at Oneon ta. MRs. SISTRI'K has returned to Jackson, Miss., utter a visit, to her son, Mr. John W. Sistrunk, at Oueouta. Screen doors and wind ,ws to g protect you from the flies ad mosquitoes at Baker & Son. Our prices can't be beat. C AFTrER THE: CONUERT next Fridtay uight the Brantley Orchestra will furnish the music for a dance r fir a couple of hours, conmpli- I Ineutary to the audience. -Mrs Ada Brown, dressmaker, of Natchez, is located at 042 \lain Street, over store of Scott & (o. I She is well known to the Tulsad public, having done consideraible work for ladie...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1905

I. h 1 ~1IS ?l LDRED KELLERl. RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA i friends Were Alarmed- . M Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller 718 13th street, N. W W.Kim on, D. d, writes: 1"I ca recommend Peruna for ca tanrh. I ad for ears and it would 1 d to no'tid of trcawent, or if it Sit ws onl temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come bak. I "I Me teasouek s stlte that my I I idw4eew tr' ed abesd t me,t ails u rS dSeed to lesseo thta Qgwste se1las trted Persce, sd to lmy "It buil up my constitution, I repained c . appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly a w sad strong."'-Mildred Keller. We We on 5ie many thousand testi snI i lps the above. We can give our ja oilyuaiyss htgimpe of the vrt msf rceined endorsements Dr. oloiwed by.a Lioness. While a lady and gentleman were ptoseedng by rlekhai from Salisbury A te Ardbensle on a recent Sunday > esSaltg they were considerably I amssed by seeing, soon after cross lag thl railway, a lioness cross their pa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1905

STHE TENSAS GAZETTE E Q 1PTr PUBLIBHING CO., LImIT oD O pa p i tPaper l ' P Teams. School Bo m d Fni Loa LOs 0lev. Di.tril O lr and Peity C LtU NEW SERIES VOL. XIII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1905. SIBATTLESHIPS "Ai BOT1'OM OF THE SEA. AN'RAT VICTORIES THAT STARTLE THE WORLD.  te on Lea4 aging With Tremen dous eid assia ike a Dog, is Fleeing FIa Indomitable Japs, ho It C47 Fowing. - ashinto D.. C. May 2q.-The ,American Comal at Nagassaki repor:. to the state department that three Russian battleships, four other war ships and a ship used for repair work have been sunk by the Japanese in the straits of Kona. Up to a late hon- news from the seat of war is meagre, but the sinking of the trio of Russian ships is without a doubt, a fat. The news has set Ja .pan on fire with enthusiasm. The Sun Rise Kingdol is aglow with unbound ed joy. thou8 the whole nat ion standt on the tip too of expectation, looking momentarily for still more stupendous news, from both naval and land fre...

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 June 1905

The Tenvas Gazette. PUBLI3HrED EVERY FRIDAY. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1905. lTSUUD AT THU rOT OFFIC, STr. JO@sPH, LA.. AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTIR. I A. E. GREEN, Editor and Business Manager. In Advae. $1.50 CIRCULATION: SIX HUNDRED ] ADVERTISING RATES. a ------------------------------------ f serAc. m. I moos. 3 mos. 6 mos.!! year t .n ch 3 7 $ 4 b) O750 $10 00o Inch 360 6 7 10 50 15 00 1 Sinch| 4 60 8 25 9 14 25 18 00 4inch .50 9 00 10 s oo001 20 o0, Slanch 6 50 9 75 11 OOi 17 00i 2 00 Sinch 7 50o 10 251 10 001 1 00' 24 00 7 Inch 8 50' 11 C0O 13 00i 19 00' 2 00 1-01o 15s 00 18 501 21 00 26 50 37 50 c I eolm 5 00i 321 50i 37 50, 50 00 70 00 3 The Gsurris is not responsible or tie views and opinions of corree Deadents appearinglin Its columns. T"1nsiwert advertisements $1.00 per square for first Insertson; 50 cents perI suare for each 'subseqnent one. Udhtorial notices 10 cents per line for hirt Insertion; 7 cents per line for each I stmequefnt one. Monthly rates 5 cent...

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