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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

GAIDEN, F'AIŽM and CROPS SUGGESTIONS FOR THE UP-TO-DATE AGRICULTURIST Black Walnut Trees. * Oltivate black walnut, as the sup is fast becoming exhausted, while the demand for that kind of wood for laraiture and other purposes is very past. Trees of good size grow in ten to twelve years, and the lumber com Mgds a very high price.-American dRtivator. Turkeys Need Range. The young turkeys desire nothing so Cleh these days as liberty and grass appers. If you are afraid of their spabling a near neighbor, start them Cpaging In another direction. Start eam where you want them to run, and tl will invariably go in that direc Ws.-Farm and Home. Sheep Parasites. A lock of sheep badly infested with Ids Stomach worm and which were (dyig regularly was treated with a one p aent solution of coal tar creosote in allr. Each sheep was given four ~ss. Deaths ceased and none oc sarrd for twelve, months afterwards. The history of the flock was not fur ier followed.-Veterinary Record. Air.Slaked Lime. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

Th'IYutas* Gmette. ST.JOSEPH, - - LA. 1n'DAY, JA.nARY )7 1, 08 ,I!CR x. URlCzl, " ;O reOa. 3i CIRIPTU" I t _ARL p l A1*dl.ee. 1.50 Fe ShvfL We are authorized to announee Mr. JOHN IIUGHE4 as a candidate for re election to the omee of Sheriff of 'Ten sea Parish, subject to the Democratic prDessy. Fer Cleri ef CurL We~re sabortzied to announce Mr. JOfIRPI CUJIRY as scandidlte for re eleetti to the ottlee of Clerk of Court of Tunas Parish, subject to the Dem ooeatle primary. Fwi Pais C mr r. We are authorized to announce Dr. [DWA iD) T..N'IVEI.La sacandidate f*'r re-election to the offtee of Coroner of 'ensas Parlehbsubject to the Dem cratic pSimary. FiR TIE LESLATiRL Stisereby announce myself as a can dldatf for Iepreentatlve to the State hilatuare. subject to the action of Te Democrstle primary . o. ih. CUNTON. thbeeby announce my candidacy for mstember of the Legislature from 'rlhsas Parish, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. If elected[ shall earnestly work for the hi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

Best Quality ---=AND-- Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL, VARIED AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIES - SGeneral Merchandise. I SEE SW IE IuE o FANCY FOR FALL AND WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That "White House" and "Full Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST.. iCER & St. Joseph, BAKER & SN Louisiana. Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT BOLL WEEVIL Earliest ald Most Prolific Cotton Grown. Fruits closer and faster than any cotton on earth. Will grow two bolls same space aid time other varieties do one. Gold Medal Carioesten Epostleoi .: Pr ce 100 Bushoel Lots, $1 00 per Sushel 16pecial Price Car Load Lot*. T'ools Extra Early...... 75e Bushel. Tryumph ...............75 Bushel. King ...................75 Bushel. EICELSIOR SEED FARM, Cheraw, S .C. SJI n I 5 k.- -..-- M. M. Ullmann & Co., the hatchez clothiers, are making apecial priced all of next week on Winter clothinug. The ever popular Steamer Sen ator Cordill is fast r.coverin...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

The Florida Timcs thinks airrhip eavigotion will develop a late of rub nerneclks. There are attorneys. laments the Pittsburg Dispatch, whose ethics per mit them to take cases knowing they are founded on perjury. It is becoming an open quest!on. thinks the New York American, as to which will reach the north pole firs:, the airship, the auto, the dog sledge or the bear wagon. The scientist who says that whiky Is neither a food nor a stimulant might go further and recall the num erous instances In which it is not even whisky, Is the coment of the Wash ington Star. Bishop Scott writes from Africa to the "Northwestern Christian Advo cate" that he put a stop to a perse rutton of native converts by gRving the black king who was persecuting them a musical alarm clcck. "Nearly every woman who marries carries to the altar a definite resolve to be a good and obedient wife," says Miss Nixola Greely-Smith. True, ad mits the Louisville Courier-Jou:nal, but now and again tha "tote" sto;s a little...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

THE LEPER. r Down the street SIuing, weary feet. 5X cbI~f do not look; f eyes behtnd your book; 1 aWe is scarre and thin. br sin. '0 leper! ' hut the door: 'o the rat' once more. urtaln's lifted side; S ewadful face will creep your lecp. te leper' Who can know loses these children so he slIps the hated rnarket-place eatch a laby's face -- jys its nmother alps , t* srl Junk1,r in Th (Century. S of the Race. By HILDA JAMES. ,Iis it was a boat race, for a were summering on the edge of a lake. A race a bright day and smooth wa gd a score of rxcited girls and - 1 eager for the fun; the docks igh ltags and bunting, and the rowboats manned by "singles" t" as the race called for. puwell's boat was conspicuous them all. principaly because bad been the champion record d- the season. It was called owasie," because of its color, - girl loved it as any one else lee a dog or a cat. - at in it now as it lay rocking - moorings, and looked at her with an anxious face. eou think she'll come?" she ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 January 1908

100 BURIED IN THEATRE FIRE MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN MAD PANIC. WILD SCENE INDr;SCR'BABLEI Gas Tank Explodes Cause Awfnul Stampede, Footlight Oil Lamps Overturned, Setting It On Firs Some Jump From the Windows. Boyertown, Pa.-A eatat.trophe hor rifying in its details. and .ickening in its results, swept nearly one hun dred souls of this bor,,ugh il.io etern ity in almost the twinkling ,of an eye, and injured nearly three core, many of them fatally. A nmalirity of the killed were member, of the eating families of the town. While the "Scotish RHeformation" was being produced in Rtial, Opera House by Mrs. Monroe,. of Wa hing ington, a tank used in a ovi, i:; pie lure scene explode l. Imnmediately there was a wild rush for the exits of the building. Men of mature years endeavored to still the panli but their voioes could not be heard above thl shrieks and sclyams of the terrified women and children who composed the greater part of the audience. The scenes cannot be portraye.l by the mo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

"•i~~ +_ , +.. r+.-++ - - en -A-or won as can d ~re THE TENSAS GAZETTh • / NEWeb3Smh Ce.. Kammatem. haw Zme Nne W -- meas4 anag . * NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24.r1908. ". NO. 18 l I Il II I ll M l I 1 n HI m a g g g I a I l l l I I ml I If Ill • 1 I I II l II g g g a g With Charity for all, with Malice towa-.ds none. "· Linclon Savings Bank, Vicukdg, Miss. / Facilities Unsurpassed for Making Collections. Banking by Mail a Feature. Write for Tarms upon which you can make deposits and get interest. OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. SATURDAY. W. E. MOLLISON, President H. L, SLAUGHTER, Cashier t Ready for Ginning!9 We can furnish Rubber and Leather Belting, Lacing, Strings, Babbitt Metal, Packing, Pipe and Tools.-Inspira toss, Lubricators, Steam Gauges. Valves, Whistles, Wrenches, Fittings.-Also Oils, White Lead, Tallow. Scale Beams, Cot ton Hooks, Drove Well Points, Pipe and Pumps.-Huds, Spokes and Rims, and all Carriage and Wagon Materials. Fires Briok and Fire Clay Send f...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

Ups and downs of finance make the fame of the billionaire even more ut certain than that of the statesman, in sists the Washington Star. It cost The Hague conference $3,000, 000, notes the New York American, to find out that the dove of peace and the olive branch are not on intimate terms. "Hang the proved liberler" is the counsel of E. Benjamin Andrews. . at, declares the Boston Transcrip', is as near profanity as the doctor ever gets. Professor Jaffa's discovery that ten cents' worth of peanuts contain twice as much protein and six times as much energy as several pounds of steak, says the Philadelphia Record, should be communicated to the people who are loycotting the meat shops. Secretary Root's advocacy of the development of International private law at his reception by the Academy of Jurisprudence in Mexico, suggests the Providence Tribune, was possibly Inspired by a desire to enable Amer ican heiresses who form foreign al ]lances to save something more than their titles from t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

'SPECIALLY JIM." t pE mighty good lookin' "wh n I was young. peert an* black-eyed an' slim, With fellows a-courtin' me Sunday nights, 'Specially Jim. The likeliest one of 'em all was he, Chipper. an" hansorn an' trim. But I tos'd up my head an' made fun oc the jrowd, 'Specially Jim. I said I hadn't no' 'pinion o' m.en. An' I wouldn't take stock in himn 24 they kep' a cotuin' in spite o' my talk, 'Specially Jim! I got so tired o' havin' 'em r6un' ('Specially Jim'! |I made up my mind I'd settle down An' take up t ith him. "o we was married one Sunday in church, ' "was crowded full to the brim; Stwas the only way to get rid of 'em all. 'Specially Jim. -The Century. JONES THE TRAVELER by Wilfred H. Auburn. I had met Jones before. In fact, Omating him had become a sort of habit. The first time I saw him he Slas hanging by his feet, an apoplectic, r'girming mass, on the facade of .Jraey Castle, kissing the stone of 'dquence. My camera caught him in t0 act. "Gad!" he sputtered, when I ,i-...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

The esYsM G;tazette. STr'JOSEPH.- - -_LA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1909 AE7-R Y. oRIIK(.P - brroý. ad.afe... -1. - AUueCRUPYU4c' VP;A!LV . A~NWO'' NCI1~~M s·:N Tr. For WEriff. Wears anthnrizle to announce Mr. JOlN flUGHEM as a candidate for re election to the ofmkcc of Sheriff of 'i'vn las Parish, subject to the Dlemocrrtic For Clr of Clat We afe asthlriez'd to annnroune Mr. I JOSE1 CII:~li as acanrdit:te for re- r election to the odiWe of Clerk of Court t of Tenes Parish, subject to the LDen stle primary. t Fr rish C ner. We are authorized to announce Dr. T.DWA RD r. NEW ELL as a candidate or re-election to the oftce of Coroner e Tenses Parsh subject to the Demn Matte pl1rie _. 1 IeTE LElSUT LM Tb vreby sneonce myself as a can didate for Representative in the State lagiewlut5. subject to the action of be Deooeratic primary. S. . CUNTO. I hbeeby announce my candidary for imember of the laegtshture from Tense Parish, subject to the action of the moneratle primary. Ifelected I shall ear...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

Best Quality I-- AND - Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL VARIED AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FUESE FANCY GROCERIES ] ANe General Merchandise. SEE OU EW LI UNE OF FANCY FOR FALL DRY GOODS ; WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That " Whit ouse" and "Fun Dross" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. BAKER & SON, ;t. Joseph, I' Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT BOLL WEVI~ Earliest and Most Prolific Cotton Grown. Frnits closer and faster than any cotton on earth. Will grow two bolls same space asd time other varieties do one. Gold Mec'al Charleston Ixpeeltion :.: Prle 100 Bushel Lots, $1 00 per Bushel iSpeciat Price Cai Lo.ad Lots. 'l'ools Extra arly ...... 5c Bushel. Tryumph ............... 7c Bushel. King ...................75c Bushel. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Cheraw, S .C. NOTICE. 4 .t lRE WILL Bt a special meeting of sth Parish Board of School D)irectors at their ofice In bt. Joseph on FiR DAY, JAN. 24th, 190sI. This meeting -. kImportant and a full attendance is '.e...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

O)REAMS. If Pvery thnioght shall w. tgii in tr.e a witl And et'v ry dr.anl its it IIIntI, . dll s.tfld. '.10 nauvy corplain or 100.l tit.n Jl.uslti fhar That Il.tuve.n hal d,'-i win its a' ,lunt I stcannted: T'hli drii;tIMs I l.atittrTu  nn1 it tl mtrtal povwer I aItrIve Ito guv, I...n tu rn; attl wtrthny a"t. Wh| ll weg, ighI ,.g:inst Ill,. In t ;it se.Irollnu h1 ur f r all t it r lui st In utIlnlrln nt hla t .; But. IIt p n tHi" t tl,h r s:ll ." l:l II" 'ITh" pu.rt r, spl', nlrit uIptl.r-s noT my yuouth, (it it '. Ii lpt. t tin , utI. I f puurpiose luigh. SntInmmi..t n s I. till a;Int lt hy lIing trutn, Aspiring lr"unr sitll glss whait II hetell, Flir lit wilus. Iti;lrutll ttar pusr lutti lulld well. -- I tr .ul Arthur, In 'the Christian Reglyter. R77 r rrrrrr- r-r-rrr-r - BG------------- Kin and Kind BY R. EURRAY GILCHBIST. + ·I· **444*+H++"H++++++ The garden at Hall-i'-th-\Voo1', as appertaining to the dower house of a family so distinguished as the Mount eneys, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

y overcamewp.ru, 5eAs on to form ,e r pised, areto assist ,olho4 c i , cS gen prtoIe" nUoimeht, CAUFORNIA SYRUP Co. oaJ LLLEADIN DRUGGISTS ý gr~r price 50qr Bottle woman who os.ip~s is b -l but a man who listens to gos SI worse. A fO' HUMOR ON BOY. S were a Soud Mass, and Sspread All Over Body- ýed in 4 Days by Cuticura. d. we noticed that our little boy Week= out with itching sores. We ýgamd it on his little hands. His naeot as bad then, and we didn't - bnisr m-ioun would result. But day we heard of the Cuticura bqfng o good for itching sores. io, the disease had spread all bay, and his hands were nothing Sm of this itching disease. I a boa of Cuticura 8oap and one g astu Ointment, and that night 1M ' tieur Soap sad lukewarm i washed him well. Then I dried Sak the Cuticura Ointment and tM with it. I did this every Sis fear nights he was entirely M. rank Donahue, 909 Fremot lad.. Seot. 160, 197." UND TO BE TROUBLN. yu refuse to answer on the I at you allght incriminate Iave that ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 January 1908

GOVERNOR NOEL INAUGURATED SIMPLICITY KEYNOTE OF THE OCCASION. WITNESSED BY BIG CROWD Thousands Gather to See the Oath of Office Administered-Briefest Address on Record, Lasting Only Fifteen Minutes. Jack-,on, Mi-.-- V-i-it Ir- from all part., of the ci nm.)t elalth aa  rI'd to iwn~:s1 S the inar uI'atintiu f r!,Vf - ernit '-tleet alt:nonlt . Noel. e.hitih took plate on I lt. , ' , If the capli to!i at theL n",oo h,,our T~t. -dav. All railro "d, i, 1;1t"e late tadel I'aduced 1'rat,. fI tI he '. rit.i '' n -'0 i' tr' ainr i e('nt" r',u over t ' -II, '1 ii rl r'es;I ., all1 nar". lii'ten tho  i::, , .p saw thiie new gvernor take the oath of .Jackson was in _ala attire for the occa itn. The route of the ina u'ral parade, from the union delpt up Cap itol street to State, thence on North State to Mississippi, and on Missis sippi to the capitol grounds, had been gaily decorated, and tthe pageant was an imposing one. Seventeen military companies, constituting the two regi ments of the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

ACAP-A,-COLD FOR GA ES THE TENSAS GAZETTE w mb. mhtmE .... K~mi.4. o .w. w e at a T.. ..h..a in e warm L am K ih xma a -- _ NEW SERIES VOL XV ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 1908. NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,, 1908. NO. 19 Wepay Expre.,scharg- THE VALLEY DRY GOODS CO. *c es on all mail or- YirCKSBURG, MU SSISxIPPI Vafley" has bee. ders of $5.00 or OUR GREAT ANNUAL WHITE GOODS SALE TAKES PLACE NEXT WEEK built on the o more. Every women should attend this sale and supply her wants for months ahead. The low prices quoted during this sale will attract host of buyers. Our lime of pPrice dea . Laces and Emproideries is recognized as the most complete in the State. View them from any standpoat-quality, qaamit, style, variety, price-yea wil mot find them winn el wil rquai y 1.3 ard. of Family Cambric ('hildren Muslin Drawers, nice- 90-inch All Linon Sheeting rite for samples it , yard 3a inehes wide iv l tuc.ked a e 2 to 8 years, just the proper thing for Wa ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

ANCIENT FALSE TEETH. Dentistry as Practised by the Greeks and Romans. Cicero, in his treatise "De Natura Deorum," ascribes the invention of tooth drawing to Aesculapius, third of the name. The first mention of den tistry is found in Hippocrates, who in several parts of his writings has a good deal to say about toothache. Iong before the dawn of the Greek civilization, however, dentistry seems to have reached a high degree of per fect!on. From the Phoenicia-is the art found its way to the Etruscans. At the International Congress held in Rome in 1900, Prof. Guerini exhibited several specimens of dental art which proved that something very much akin to bridge work was practised in an clent Italy so efficiently that it ha; lasted thirty centuries. Artificial crowns have also been found in Etrus can tomrbs. Artificial dentures go back to a remote antiquity Dr. Den effe states that in the museum of the University of Ghent there is a set of artificial teeth found in a tomb at Orvieto with ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

141 SONG OF '4E AERONAUT. -In sunset ,, kt.l d tlhi. earth in i veil -O , 5 color.d t , uln rodi 1red with * so an-d I ,'i th-u1 91gh the shim ,' b hths akh .r' t!h " stars glitter sil very cold -- re thr nni"" ghilts away to the her shallop ,.f .1" Ie.t.t it ory wrought. AM beneath m." th.. clouds are like o h a~r p" i mrs-' Oh, such a' jiys of the. aeronaut! world is I 1,,% w ,th its care and its woe. f,,hluw me here with a bill. b s lfe from tln.'. tH,, with a story to tell, And clear of the dame with a mission to fill. i solleys to, (i.t, and no autos to dodge. oamnnual tax,- t. Irive nmo distrauight. S .t the Intflnt. I' 'ot,'' f ' tine limitless air O_, great are t!'" jio' of the aeronaut! you f tp.l Ith ii th1 V in your pocket WO yours. no ol." r arn tl rrow or steal it away? old you fl'" fro m tihe wrath of your mother-,ln- i ,w. r the thlrntr ,,llito t ldetermined to slay' Weseld you C" l, ' th ,' lawn-mower lca nuit I," nli nm.1 . Or the gratp!,pot'"ut purn tfure. th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

ST: JOSEPH,- - - LA. U IDAY, JANUARY 1, 190.3 Stat tNER E. GREE, - . . TI IýpltcnlP'I I," ' Y(ERL Ol nt" B I Adaw . ,. * fOR DISTRICT IUDGE. v lWe are nhIthlor:7zd to nn~nr ,,,Irre L HON. JOEl. S. IOn'tNi:., ies; of Concerla tIrish, as a car.dli: ,r f, tu zo-eleciton to tie ofir''. Uf .,il ". the i)istrlit C;.r~ of t'e 't l aih .1I n'ell t)igtrýt. ' n pfac < ( ' i:t 1'nur Ishe of 'i'ealP ti p ,r ,. Ibjct to the action of t'(' 1I rc,'an  t'". patlt • WIe are nothorized to anlllinolic( P lION. JOHIN I I'l. JAI oT Coneordi'i prri+h, ry a cn - ', t(e n for Ti the ofllee of ...,I:r n of thl -;;: rin t r A Court of the Te'Ic h J.i; 11 i 1 in:ri t. pa. conmpoed oft Ithe l'ar-h. = of Tl - annd (onrord c 1.bj sIt I i t he. ,-actlii hU Al. the Delooeratic: lartV PA -O TIE --- JA BOARD OF SCII;,OL DIRECTORS A. w. - NSl AS I'AP. I.I, I O)I.lt.t' . RE. Sr. JoBRPLI, IIA.,.T1u).24,2 1). lie it knowti anl r.mInulhere'd that on this 21ith dayv ,f .Jntl:ury, at 12 o'clock M., the Board of ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

Best Quality AND FulI Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES.S A Trial Will Convince Y~'i. FULL, VARIEO AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOK, OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIESJ General MeRc-1i "'IB e. I SEE OUR NEW LIl~ OF F;,~AY . DRY GOODS~ HALL, AINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That "Wiite 0o:sc" R, " I Dress" Shoes are BssT B-' TV.as. _.._u -. - ý /a Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT BOLL WEEVEL. Earliest aad Most Prolific Cotton Grown. Fruit,4 clh'sr C:m ! rfa.ter than any .otton ,ll , e rth. Y ," t 1,' nmne spice atid lilt'u other varitties ,do ,i . Cold Mt & tr i. flatesttiO n Exposltion t.o Price 100 ba*hel Lots, $1 CO pr bushel I' 1 uExtrt IEarly. .... I' - l. 'I'r zlph . ,. " King ... ...... .: I;u-hcl. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Cheraw, S.C. Death f Mr. I. N. Beard. MrM. J. C. Il1loritliy tns sud-' (I4'Itl cal ledl IIo 11er ho111' Ill Co. )1 cordiat p~ iit ,1 IA ;t tv .(k liv t it death of. her gratd-lalt br, M r. I. r. II('aral, a pron 111I11 "l cti Li' 1 lIad pelater of lislnord, it itat a Mr. 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. — 31 January 1908

rHE FRIEND THAT NEVER WAS, ON SEA OR LAND. I met a gentleman who seemed That is the way too oft. alas: As nce as he could t.; With some fair weather friends; While I could do hilm any good They hlng around us like a cloak WyWheCn %.e can serve their ends. He was a friend to me. Bit whwn n, longer we produce But when I wouldn't boost his g,.:r As on,.- we used to do, He roset and took his hat ThIey straightway rise and shake them And made himself exceeding s-ar .r selves We've all had friends Ilk.' that. And hilt to pastures new. He stu, k to me like Ikluid glhe Give me the friend who doesn't make As long as I would buy. Too much of a parade. Laughed at the ancient Johbas I toll But who is there when you're in need. And hoomed me to the sky. A very present aid. When my resourcs vanishesd and Who eomes when you are in the dumps My money ceased to talk. And no relief can see. Hle folded up his tents and things And ngently says, "Cheer up. bid man. And straightway took a walk. And kin...

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