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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 May 1906

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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 May 1906

OUR WASHINGTON NEWS AND NOTES ITEM3 OF INTEBREST BRISFL CHRONICLED. BILL TO R:MOVE DUTIES Building Material for San Francisco To be Admitted Free. Same Ac tion Waa Taken in Case of Chica go F.re. \Vi h, g ton.- p ,po'ion hr I I,, mae to a'l': duty free blte'], , a d bai l.:.. n i.terial for ti. , -. - .i ,t .i Francisco. I: j - . ' ' . ,I th a t !1 h i.1 w ill p a s r , :: 1': _the ,ttv . ff keel. Thrr' i, t fr I* :n th ea, e of the 1 !, :.j , a . c" c, .:: 'rs took a im Ja'.. 4n a ,or : it that Anier ,.a , ! ,;:k< r e h .'t t in t.ie: J,.',... , ,',, b y S ar F ra mci - Ste', i\4.l he dlema:l'dd , l' I n, i ' s " l ,"s t Ir¢l f r , i t - _ . the lot pi '', whi , r' ' th, irt c ,,,h:'e ation in de treV aintl not tolerate to' 4..'etac('e 4,f t , trust harrir: the way amainrt at. iS f ir tit' str 'k'm c. . o " :I a -, s 'e, :ig ,.t,' c' apl er 1. I ..1, A .le- 4411 -. of Ten ,. it1a-, tIr< i it' briea 'ii , ith a i f r , aback ,n all , ' Material a 'tua1'1v u i' in c n " , f t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE - NEW SERIES VOL. XV ST. JOSPH. LA., FRDAY, JANUARY 31908 NO. 15 .1· ; ~ 1 i 11 11 nil ,..I . I • nmI · .mllnmlill nn n I fati l  l II i iron1· 11 m I I Ii I I l · I Ii c. P. SHAWT, " THZ tUCC:IOR TO SHAW a& 'OS. FOUNDRY ANiD Y ACHINE SHOPS igfufacturer of Engines, Cotton Proesses, Agricultural, Implements and Well Augurs. Dealer in Pulleys, Shafting, P, Pipe ras Goods and Ceneral Mili Supplies. To ill a lo° felt want I have installed neoeary machinery for repriiag Gin Stad -i we .Q.niiOy'lo a (Lompet.int gin-wright to look after that particular Dranes, ed pm --antre Erfe at ,at±-fa.tilo n to all those who may favor me with their work. avi added uui fine place. mu in a position to attend to the wants of the glaner In a a e, from . ed cotton to the bale. All kinads of machinery repaired an s, a Ib aiatistatlo n guaranteed. buellcting your tofuture ordera, I remain, Yours truly, C. P. dHAW, Natchez, Mius. «4+++++++ ++++++++++++ + To The Merchants ! Our Who...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

A HAPPY NEW YEAR. : -b AT THE YEAR'S END. By Clinton Scollard. At the year's end one saw before him "Am that fair faith you cherished, precious rise wise." Phantasmal presences. The first outeried, 'I am the love that once you deified!" IHe met their glances, levelly, aware And I." the second said, wiL mocking That each had uttered iaught save truth, sghs, and vet "Am that ambition which, in splendid Hle felt no smarting of remorse's stings. ugis. 'Tis thus with those brave souls who, stair Both daZ and night was ever by your by stair, side. Ascend the years, above all vai. regret, "And I " a third exclaimed, reproaclful- To the trumtphant heights of better eye, things. ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS FOR 1908 Being until .'uly 4th, the 132d year of the independence of the United States of America, and corresponding nearly to The year 1326 of the Mohammedan era, beginning Feb. 4th. The year A. M. 8017 of the Greek Church. beginning Jan. 14 (0. S.). The year 4605 of the Chinese era, beginn...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

WHEN MY MOTHER TUCKED ME IN. the quaint and curlnols ce'rvlng the posts of that old bed, were long-beaked. quieel old grlf fins "aritng crowns upon their head. they fiercely looked down on me With a cold. sardonic grin; Sas not alrald of griffins Wben my mother tu ked me In. Wat cared I for dismal shadows. gblftng up and down the floor. .the bleak ad gr,,weome wind gusts iMating 'galns the close-shut door,  the rattling of the windows. A .he ouUlde nol+. and din; i was safe and warm and happy When my mother tucked me in. -eet and soft her gentle fingers. As they touched my sunburnt face, -et to me the wafted odor That enwrapped her dainty lace; !-. a pat or two at parting. Aad a good-night kiss between; Al my troubles were forgotten Wen my mother tucked me In. g-w the strtcken years have borne me flr away from love and home, a! so mother lIans above me Ia the nights that go and come. Iet it gives me Dnle'a alnd comfort. When my heart is sore within. to lie right still and. dreaming...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

The Tensas Gazette., ST. JOSEPH,- -- LA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1.0, AR¶ER E. GREIEN. - Eiorror. ANN(I t N'L[: i 3 'I'. For Sheriff. - -e are arp.thorrie, l to : in oitu C,' Mr. .1ItlN ilI:' lE :t " c a d ~:, ;,or r' elettton to the *lice of ';t ,"r '' 1 .' - £as Parish, suaoj,'tt to the iDemlocattc primary. For C,2k :! Pa t. We Are t'a!.r7 "d to :,m'oune"\ Mr. eti.I l El f li t 'i 'i :- a . " . It." .. . ," eliie t ion to t;: i .,'tir ni cr: ort | , rt of 'IT'e, st . P.ri-h. -ab.ect to the i)'a. octatic pritmary. We -rer a thrn r " I t,, tar a' a; . (",l. r. 7.D)W AI T.l N I."' V I.tLL. :. , a lt fo r rV - ' ,it r ti,,n t o t ! r: . i. i  i o ,t a , ",,tit r of leinsaP l"i. i . .tia r( t" o tlie !t 'l ocrath c l:ri e r'try.. F3R THil LESiS.TURE. I hercyv annirine tin'.a if as lii f'n tr teltt for lthee < 1.':tati c inll tholl -ate le-isliat. ure , tlje t to th'e ai t ot:: of Ithie De:ocrtiic piarItfity. G. H. CLI TON. I hiereby anr.ounoe antiy ctadi e. for 'Inenhtr of the iee-iat...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

Best Quality . AND Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Cnviice You. F. LL, AI.E3 A in CJ'&s LE !S C ST .K CF Pfi i FANCY GRE It Will Pa,7 You. c Af gJ IE!That "Dhite Hse" ad "Fui rEQss" Shoes al BEST BY TEST. ý.ý.ýý. f {,n T St r.otep.. _i' i i It Wiji Pair You. REMEMnRE! That " W1te Haiso"c aoi "FuilJ 09-rs" Shoes are BEST UY TEST. BKR& SO L ouisiana. Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT BOLL WEEVIL. Earliest and Most Prolific Cotton Grown. Fruits closer and fn'tcr thlan an cotton on earth. Will grow two bolls anlue spatHe and time other v:TrieTtis do one. Gold Medal Charlestorn Expositlen :.: Price 100 Bushel Lots, $. 00 per Bushel Speciall Pri(ic;e Ca-r lorad Lots. 'Tools Extra Yarl y ....7:e Bu.I :el. 'ITriu iph .. .. ..... Bushel. iing .......... ......75c Bushel. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Cheraw, S .C. \'t wvish fuch antd lIIl of our readers IIt ppy anid lirosperous l ow Year. The merchants report a very good trade during the holidays, but ii.t! as large as w...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

OLD RACES UNEARTHED I I Discoverer of Prehistoric Bones in Nebraska Tells of * Search. 4 W 1W V W WWWW om A dozen miles above the mouth of the "Legendary Platte" River in Ne braska, the Valley of the Missouri is bordered on both sides by majestic bluffs have been for years a fertile above the level of thye stream. These hines have been for years a fertile field of arhaceologic research, show ing evidences innumerable of having been the habitat of man through many succeeding ages. During the latter part of Septem ber of the present year (190G) when passing through a wooded tract in the northern part of Douglas county, I found upon the summit of a very high hill a small excavation where boy hunters had dug out a rabbit. In the earth thrown out I noticed sev eral small pieces of human bones. With a spade, borrowed from a neigh. boring farmer, I followed down the line the boys had opened, and at four feet beneath the surrounding level came upon what happened to be a. compact clay bed, d...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

e Pul i INDERO gP h eme: Discipleship. o I DrsbkY. y.-Preaching at the man gQua- Presbyterian Church, qu; avenue and Weirfield street, vic above theme, the pastor, Rev. Ch W wmell Henderson. took as his the J John 2:6: -He that salth he set in Him ought himdelf also to de: re as He walked," He said: of .uilple is a learner. He a is who sits at the feet of a tut and Imbibes knowledge and co; L A disciple is a follower. It o walks after another. Ote m 01, s his feet in the footprints otl t predeeessor, who studies to p;, i the teachlig and the practice no g lde. ca ently t'e disciples of Jesus are students and followers. Kr they are of the wisdom of an -etaled in and through Him, aff seace and the refinement of and supernal truth. Distinct- ha they are followers, if they be Rc joilowers, and it is of such only of I care to speak to-night, of the to They seek to emulate His ce e and to practice His pre- sit sad become conformed to the to of His virtues. They are ag dilciples. They glo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 January 1908

DR. RIlEY GOT THERE FIRST SUROBON GENERAL CLOSEST TO THRONE. JEALOUSY CAUSED TROUBLE Serious Breach Between Navigation and Medical Chiefs Proved Undo ing of Rear Admiral--Wanted Medical Man as Captain. Wa,,irinlton.-That a .sri'),,5 breach exists betdeen the bure:au of naviga tion. and the bureau of medicine of the navy. invol\in:t the quci..ion .,f the respolibility of the latter bureau wa r male .ipai nt iii :a statsement as sued byv Surii'ecoiin teleil I're.,iev M. Rixev. , f tilt. na\v. i:; "\hicih he touThi ed Ith, i thei circuri-lea ~' , leadi:;g up to lite iohable selection by .he pres ide:, of a medical ,offi. cr, to cotm natlul the hi,,-pital h! p l 'iief over the protl:-i of Rear Adii:a. WVillianm H. Brown-o,:l. chief of :.h' bui raut of nav i,'Rtion. whi, seCt hi- r signation td the preridenr. While diclaiming ex set knowledge a. to the cause of poor Rear Admiral Brownonll ' resignation the surgeon general's -tatement leaveh little room for douIot that the con troversy be...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETT NEW KERIKS VOL. XV. ST. JOMIIPH. L~A..l AY. JAN UAR Y t1.,l S. WrIt C at tv for T all with Malice toUw.ds none. Lindon Savings Bank, Facill'ies Unsurpassed for Makin Baakig by Mail a Feature. Write for Terms upon which youl can make deposits and get interest. sE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. SATURDAY. th t h W. E. MOLLISON. President pa H. L, SLAUGHITER, Cashier iit t Ready for Ginningil P2 " We o n frnish Rubber and Leather Belting, Lacing. dan Dabbit Metal, Peeking, Pipe and Tools.-Inspire- ;I Ss, Lubrcastors, Steam Gauges. Valves, Whistles. Wrenches, a ttH.--Also Oils, White Lead, Tallow. Seale weams. Cot- .. ton lEooks, Drove Well Points, Pipe and Pumps.-Huds, Speks and Rips, and all Carriage and Wagon Materials. s FPt wriok man PFire Clay a' Beusd or Cataloguoe. w WARTZ & STEWART, Distributig Agents.I j tii NATCHEZ, - MISS. o All Kinds of Wagaons OLD HICKORY WAGONS TENNESSEE WAGONS b LOLINE WAGONS PLORENCE WAGONS e are sole Agents for the above High-Grade Wagons. Can...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

THE NAUTCH GIRLS OF INDIA. RISe in the Social IScale of These Beautiful and Graceful Women. About thirty years ago, when I visit. ed the Vale of Kashmir, I was invited by the MaharaJah to a dinner party, and as I was in company witha party of English ladies I wrote to ask the British Resident in Sirangar If there would be a nautch! I received a re ply that there Would be "a nautch be fore dinner, a nautch during dinner. and a nautch after dinner." The Invi tation was therefore declined, for in those days the nautch was not consid ered respectable. But a quarter of a century has work ed a marvelous change even in this respect. Just as the geisha girl of Japan has found her place on the American ad English stage, the nautch girl of India is rising rapidly in the social scale. Gauhar Jan, the beautiful nautch girl of Calcutta, was paid $,000 for her entertainment in einging and dancing at the marriage eeremony of a rich merchant In Bom bay recently, and she aftetward gave he arvices gr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

obt YS KNIFE CAN m RB INSANITY. :, pal ind ditllaaer, of Loto00, ne .Seasatio3 by law Theory w .. eRer a Thie--Theory wh i LUlution of Malady In Brain n - dma Before British Phreo WAYitif. tre ini Insanity Be Cured by Surgi- of eraion" was the subject of a delivered before the Incorpor W grItlsh Phrenological Society by grnard Hollander, a well known HI for mental diseases, who this year caused a sensation by cation in the ILancet and oth- of journals of a report of a ,w cure of mental derange- th by trephling, writes the Lou- th e respondent of the New York C lal ,Bodllander created another sen- in, i the course of his lecture -uredbin the case of a boy, aged th who was a liar and a thief, pe _bo, after the removal of a strip gr from his skull, was restored tlate of perfect morality. 1la boy had to be constantly a to keep him from destroy- a -- a, from thrashing his fellow tw Sad throwing stones. He told and had a tendency to br  e had no sdhse of deceucy and N more dangerous 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. — 10 January 1908

The Taas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, I - LA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1908 AW R E. BEE . - - Tatroln. StT'roWP TRA RLt $ , ".ve. 1.5 Far Suriu. r SWe re aut orizelto announce Mr. JOfly HUGHE4 as a oandidate for re election to the ofmce of Sherift of Teni sea Parish, subject to the Democratic primary. _ Fe Clrk Ot Cart We are authorized to mannrome. Mr. JOBPI II CUlt R Y as scandliate lor re election to the office of Clerk of Court of rTenm Parish, subject to the Dem oeratle primary. Far Pariu Carnar. We se authorized to annonnee Dr. DWA RD T. NEWIVL,L as acandidate fot re-election to the eflice of Coroner of Teases Parish, subject to the Deam *oretle pmtary. R THE LISIATURE. I hereby announce myself as a can 4Idate for Representative in the State Ltgislature. subject to the action of tha Democratic primary. O. ii CUNTON. T hereby announce my candidacy for member of the Legislature from Tensae Parish, subject to the action of the Deaierttle primary. If elected [ shall : rnestly work for the hlth...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

Best Quality = .AN D - Full 'Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL, VAllIE AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIES ) General Merchandise. SEE ClR NEW ULIE OF F,,CY FOR AND DRY GOODS TER D- WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! that "White 0tuse" and "FIa l Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST.  J~ t TSt. Joseph, BAKER & SON, Louisiana. Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT BOLL WEEVIL. Earliest and Most Prolific Cotton Crown. Fralts closer and fnater than any cotton on earth. Will grow two bolls same space aid time other varieties do one. Gold Mdal Charleston Expeetlen as.: Prle 100 Bushel Lots, $1 00 per Bushel Special Price Car Lacad Lot . 'Tools Extra Early..... 7c Bushel. T'ryoamph ..c ......i..... 7 se B hel. K ing ......... ........ uehel. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Ch1rawS .C. eatb rs. M. B. Fwar.L .Mrs Mark B. Favors died at the of her danuhter. Mrs J. J. F. Burke, idmit , otn luesday. Her remalnsa brought to St. .oseph and In i In ttheir family lot be...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

My Sout. My Soul stcod bared to the sight of men, My Soul stood firm: it knew no fear, For the blame of man could not be Just, The mind of man could not under stand. My Soul stood bare in the sight of a child, It stood condemned: for it stood per ceived, For the blame of a child is the blame of Truth, Tho' the heart of a child may not understand. My Soul stood bare in the sight of God, And my Soul rejoiced in its helpless ness, For the blame of God was forgiveness, The Mercy of God could understand. -Edward P. Gilchrist. in Harper's Weekly. "DAN'S" BLLLCK MORGAN A number of years ago when there were tretches of wild prairie in North Iowa, when log cabins of the backwoodsman still nestled here and there in the shelter of some thick ly wooded hillside, Bert Daniels used to take his four-horse team, big cov. ered wagon sad breaking-plow, and each summer start on a trip to the Dakotas. All summer he would follow the breaklng-plow, moving on to the next job as soon as one was finished. S...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

FLOY'S SILENCE. By ADA FERRIS. was helping himself from ens stock at Vane & Hunt's Hui tord-4la nobody knew to 1 'rie or how. The employes for ied to use extr care and tuni aid the osat llgt-hwted I w fet worried an4 uneasy. volt 1 a clever shopliftter Could tun l thief among them? Did mpect any one? Was there S detective watching them If And--did detectives not make mistakes? Ivery one y nervous, and Impatient the mystery cleared up. dro S eve you know soaethino w t My," said Jennie Burnham, breath, to a fellow clerk. what makes you think that?" wa startled. It. I know by-by the way I your tongue when we are all. about it. Now what is it?" s Sgaid rJy Irving, very slowly, Flo ldghlasD every word, "no, I do any more than the rest of this this. I don's even know tup pil*aig." sup yo have a suspicion. Now own like wit "e'vq more slowly. "And if I t aght be doing a great mis- not t tll." In yeou obstinate little mule! I the there was an X-ray so we could rthough people's heads and...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 January 1908

PROVISIONS OF PRIMARY LAW The provisions of the primary lawr, i as applicable to primary holding, are l interesting at this time. t Section 10 provides that in order that none but those aftitiating with, and being members of any political party shall participate in any prim'i ry election held by said political par ty. Every person offering to vote shall be asked by th-± Commissioner t of Election whether or not he is a member of. ueb political party, and whether or not he will support the nominee of said primary; and *,e shall not be permitted to, vote unless he an.wers both of t!ic-e questions in the affirmative." Section 13 governs tu. expe:a.es of the primary election, and provides: "Section 13-That the expense of primary election held under this act shall be apportioned atndl defrayed as fo.lows: "The expense of -printing ballots and the furnishing the necessary ;ts tionery and other election supplies for the primary election in whiebh candidates for United States Sena tor, Cong...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

-*1 :. 1s *' s 1' I M. _ o .s -..., .-. NX L F R JY NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., F~A, JANUARY 17.,.1908. . . 17 +' + I I i7 : r •~~- _ ... . . ..- +.+: +.  With Ci.argy for all, with Malice towseds none. Linclon Savings Bank, VkkbWg., mls. Facili'ies Unsarpassed for Making Collections. Banking by Mail a Feature. Write for Terms upon which you can make deposits and get interest. OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. SATURDAY. W. E. MOLLISON, President H. L, SLAUGHTER, Cashies ,Ready for Ginning! SWe can furnish Rubber and Leather Belting. Laing, Strings, Babbitt Metal. Packing, Pipe and Tools.-Inspira toes, Lubricators, Steam Gauges. Valves, Whistles, Wrenches, Fittings.-Also Oils, White Lead, Tallow. Scale Beams, Cot oam Hooks, Drove Well Points, Pipe and Pumps.-Huds, Spokes and Rims, and all Carriage and Wagon Materiils. Fire Baiokc and FiAo Clay - Send for Catalogue. WARTZ & STEWART, Distributing Agents. NATCHEZ, H- MISS. All Kinds of Wagons LD HICKORY WAG9NS TENNESSEE WAGONS LOLINE WAG...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

GUESSING THE NAME. 'Twas the prettiest spaniel that eve was seen, For his Coat was so silky, so lona, and so clean, His teeth were like pearls and his eyes were like jet, (No wonder that Bess was so proudl of her pet!) As I lifted him into my lap to caress, 1 asked. "What's the name of your dog?" She said: "Guess!" So I guessed It was "Jerry.' If not, was it "Joe?" 1But she smiled and then laukhed as she answered: "Oh, no." "Perhaps it is 'Charlie,' or, possi bly, 'Ned'? Then, maybe, it's 'Rover'?" She shook her fair head. So I said, "It is 'Hero,' I'm sure; now confess." But it seems I was wrong. All she answered was: "Guess!" Then I tried all the names that I ever had heard, Altho' some when applied to a fog seemed absurd. "Napoleon" met with a look of sur prise; At "Caesar" a twinkle came into her eyes. Then I pleaded, "Do tell me." "Why, Auntie," said Bess, "I have told you three times that the dog's name is 'Guess'!" -Cornella Walter McClearly in Rt. Nicholas. HIDE-AND-8EEK. "M...

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