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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

up jftIs ixir fSenna e tl yet prompt he bowels, cteanses one in overcoming itual consti ation onenty. get its icil effects b uy enune. nu actured tthe SSYRUP Co. it Ir WaiNn Ro1mcsrs-o,.t .OrL oat less than men. WORN OUT WOMEN yWI Find Encouragement in Mrs. Merritt's Advice. Mrs. W. L. Merr tt, 207 S. First vs., Anoka, Minn., days: "Last win ter I began to suffer with my kidneys. I had pains In my back and hips and felt all worn out. Diszy spells bothered me and the kidney seo cretions were irregu lar. The first box of Doan's Kidney Pills brought decided re lief. I am sure they *sld do the same for any other uan suffering as I did." SSold by all dealers, 50 cents a box. !"ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Germany Army Changes Color. "ie authoritles of the German hy ave decided to alter the color the military uniform. The dark color is to be discarded as unfit service In the field, and a cloudy shade has been chosen. Three tlons of the German Army are dy supplied with the new unl m-s. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 January 1908

CORN CONTEST AMONG STUDENTS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WILL OFFER PREMIUMS. SUICIDES BY SHOOTING Frank Lane Member of Roseland Town Board Takes His Own Life Eight Arrests Because of Family Troubles. A movement ha, beeni inuag-urated to .ecure a c.orn .olite,: among Ii' the t ulent It otf iithe publi ,tl" of l.uirl-i ana. The tirt t ':(p in thi.. di rei.,,,, i:il takie by V. I.. l) y, I'a .-,t ipnj rint,.;ndc,.t ,,f n. e,, 'lle( , ] parti-a. t,) \ o t it Ile I 'L,.)."rtm ('e t of A .l ,'n:tui t has- itti llit :. toll s: " J':) re1,_t d t,, :;he c ,r:; ont,"(', -t for ty.. " " ,l(t it- oI,, bl. it ... -tit, -, who a'e tit .-t'.l in ti a ri,.ulttI ure I rwi-h t , -`ri that ti )e 1) r tle init! will pay f,,r -I! I tcient seed ctrn f' tlhe varie !\ -`e t,'l. to plat ,)nt'-half or one at .te and pre-eint to ain b,, for whom +ipfi tat.,,a i- made by tfie prin.ipal of the , -(ht)l, on c',nlitin that the bi, tirc iv;in, santw will pilant the half tr t)i: e aerne aind al ret' to cilti vate a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 February 1908

# t j THE TENSS TTE .. mu.inh c.. Ow **- *m N.- C .., *Li . O*.O* I-r e t- -- *- e... ..........5 Our m * e . - j NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7,9. * . NO. 20 ý.w ýýýRI+.SVOL XV,- -ý - ý:_ý_ .WepayExpreTscharg- T HE VALLE Y DI Y G (DS CO. - es oni all mail or- C S RG, SISSIPPIVa " a bee ders of $5.00 or OUR GREAT ANNUAL WHITE GOODS ALE TAKES ?LACE NEXT WEED built on the ona more. Every women should attend this sale and supply her wants for months ahead. The low prices quoted drig tis sale will a0lradt it d hyes. *0a i p Price idea combs Laces and Emproideries is recognized as the most complete in the State. View them from staldpoint-quality, qasi, st, stylea, w.l tUie. wauti 13 yard, of Family (ambric ( .1ilten Muslin I)rawers, nice- tO.hash Al Iionn Sheeting . Write for samples it a 0 i I8 nes wide 1 lked, age 2 to 8 years, jut the proper thing Wfv for..................1.00. ............your ew wit 38-inch All Wool White Mo- 45x35-inch Pillow Cases, value $...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 February 1908

Leona La Mar mm---aid Why From The San Francisco Argonaut The daily papers of last Saturday morning contained a pitiful story, of the misfortunes of a young woman, LIqna La Mar, who, after searching five days in San Francisco for enr-i ployment, hungering by lday and sleeping in thoe ruins by night, threw herself before a Fol som street car In a dlesperate effort to end her troubles. There is, we believe, no question as to the general truthfulness of this melodramatic and harrowing story. But why, let us ask, should anybody, man or w man, have any difficulty in finding work with the means of living by it In San Francisco? Leona La Mar is young and physically competent. Why should she not have found the means of living in some oxk of the ten thousand places which cry aloud for willing hands? Why should a young woman starve, and seek to die in a city among whose chief social problems is the difmcuty of finding hands to do essential and pressing work? The Argonaut knows the rea son per...

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

Our Daily Cheer. WW any day may bring to uS We do not kr. jw famine, or th! ov,',luz, Or weal, or v. oe. fe trtumph or tih. hapliine.;:; That gives life z.'.t; We failure whiih with a:l its stress Makes us s ek r't. Wben morn br "ks o'er us in our couch We cannot s-y 1 it will be "lurrIah" or "Ouch" That marks the day: Swe'll exult in triumph or met we , sinneil. Or joy to count the Irofl: more Than we've been skinned. got be our portio: wh': it may, Or large or si all. 6o nectar we ,ihall talst that day, Or only gall. Tbough good may. come cr even bad, We press the bluff We never know when we have had W L. W.. In Puck. DIVORCED. -'"tmong the dust of the road still Sttering in the rays of the setting g, the evening mail coach passed., re old vehicle jolting about and the dis jingling on the little white arees. Then ('laudine appeared at d1 door of the little white hfuse. With her hand over her eyes and *ar elbow high in the air, she stood ngdloaless in sharp relief agalr.st the daW...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 February 1908

T he'aas Gazette. T. JOSEPH, - - - LA. PTt-AY, FEBRtARZ 7, 1~t8 IIt .R 1O. O1t.1,. - - m.mw. RPTIflý VPASELT iI We are authorized to anno0unce 110i). JOIN s. IA'rNTEf, (t Concordia parinh, a n enmlidate for ae-eteetios to t].e c~'ie. of .hFge ,'f the DWstrlct Coert of the Ienth J.u d'etal District. eompoed of the Par ioaes of 'ense and Coneordila. suhjieet In the action of w Dehmocratic paty. We assmatt1orlzed to anno nee HON. JOHN DALE. of Cncordia parisn..-as a e~andidate for she olfee of .Judge of the District Court of the 'renth Judlcil) District. mmnapnou of the Parishes of 'I'ensa and Coneonrbir. ejrct to trit action of the Iemmocratie party. APTERMA TH OP THE CAMPAIGN. Jare Y. Sanders he been chos ea by an overwhelming majority sthe standard besrer of the Dens ocr:ali party of Louisiana in the St0r ermpaiignd. Why? BRvctae he jeable, honest, true t hbis party apd his fellow-maa; amsw,, of the -peple, comning from the Mime of the toiling masses; mn aprstesive man-who h...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 February 1908

Best Quality -AND Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial WII Convince YoL. FULL VARIED AND COMPLETE IS o~ STOCK I FESI FANCY GROCERIES General Merchandise. SEE Kn NEW UlNE OF FANCY FOR FALL WINTER It WiH Pay You, REmEMWBERI That 'White House" ad "Fll gIo" I aSg BEST BY TEST. BA1In R & S ONt. Jseph, SLousiana. Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL B5.T BOLL WEEVIL. Earliest mad,Most Puilic Coton Grown. Prhlits crl4er :and faster than a;ly Cotton ~f earth. WIll grow Iwn bolls Isne sp.ace aid tiome other varieties do one. Sold Medal Charlestea ipIsllte a.s PiIe 100 BMel Lets, $1 00 per ushel SIpecirii l'iice( C(a-i. ci [ou Lo~lsa. 'lools Extra Early 7......; Bushel. '1Trynmuph .............. e hel. K i g ................... Bushel. EXCEL SIOR SEED FARM, craw, s .c. i_ _ _ AMUlSEO LETTES lumlainthg in the St...loseph Post Office for we.ek einthtig Feb. 1. 4tdea. eltler Koll'y. Willas Crleket, Colemao r.es,. Ulara . Ader Kaniht, W. M. ld. Rebeeks Pikett. . )D. Dl Ans L. Reason. Victo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 February 1908

THE ROAf- FL SIIwft Uf, h~ close :,Iht ofA the tr&, tops F:bbs tU, long bummer day A.\tin with th.e night: Spirlts of gold I:.,ath of the willows: Ea.h pasning ray. I'he rnoo)n'e misty light. Slowly te sun lnks M, lking. thi. shadnows lVear$ l, r,.-. ,; ,i," ; l :v : an,ie Tired. the nlghiltirld We'ire dlark IstLghs are drooplnk, Fleas to its noet. lade'n w\ith dew. Downi thr" the gray mil-t'" Rantint the stillness. .oftly I go. hl4 I :1 ,, arinl Eacb tiny ripple I.uI led Iy the sllence, Whispering low. I ,hel. with the stream. -...--Woods and Waters. Little, Old fiss Lavender I BI ETHEL M. BRIA BLE. .rn.ýýr.rrtýkýýý . OIur verdict at first was that she was one of the most uninteresting, r, Iorless sort of nonentities we had ewer had the misfortune to come aross. She was very quiet-almost aebdued in her manner-with a slight IV perceptible touch of shyness, and a slow way of speaking, w.aich an noyed us both exceedingly. We agreed, however, taat the aunt Was a sweet old lady,...

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

i.  ALE, OF ALASKA, S ElOF U. S. CONGRESs. VP K" o" n tAh Prif e Slope. His wsi*gtoW 'ddres ij 1.1 9tA St., . W., Wahina7onA D. C. O0eOglMMAN THOo. CALE. gs. Thos. Csle, who was elected to sr from Ala1ka, is well known on p afc slope, where he has resided. Wm hbniftoi address is 1312 9th St., >K, W., W gton, D. C. sahAngton, D. C. j ppes rug Co., 'oluaw., Ohio. glseme: I can cheerwlUy ree a her Ionsa a a wry jffifcent eadpfbr coughs and n .da Lars C. Semp, Congressman from Vir writes: "I have used your valuable S , Prna, with beneicis rmesults, Srecommead yo aassavin stin toanic a an . sad permaneat cure for catarrh." -M thIes Ideal Laxative. S eM good die young, or if they don't : Iq grow up to be mighty homely. That Dry Hacking Cough attention. Ask your druggist I -aBrowa's Bronchial Troches, whibb qudckly relieve the cough. c ge men expect to get into heaven 4 their own vailltion. - P'ss uuret in to 14 Dayt. Ointment is guaranteed to care any Itching, Blind, Bleeding o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 February 1908

SANDERS MAJORITY WAS NEARLY 15,000 IEW ORLEANS GAVE HIM MA JORITY OF 10,5f9. IICHEL'S VICTORY EASY Cal. Wilkinson Issues Card Declaring His Support For the Choice of the People--eturns About Complete Mailing Information. --t It is now po-- ile t . ' a riason ably ac(urate idI. : ' ..,,:: obtairedl 1v the m.t'\ '[ dl-i Ret.i'rn- ha: te ,"; " "' 1 ''rm ev cry parih inll tl"" -; '.· i. C e g)\o er a Sor-hip. anll t1ev .-iw t :it c.'oi-iil -rahly uer 1 ,4).0)l) \,vote- ( i're eat. 'overn'r Sandler- rec-ivid a majority if 4.406 in the cunt:ry and 11).34!1 in the city. making a total majority ouvr Wilkin-on of 14.955. ' In the contest for Lieut·en:ut Gov eronr the tight in the :e,(',,d prima ry will be between Sena.tr Lambre mont and Mr. Bailey. Lambremont bads iwth 3:2, 059.. with Bailey &' -lose second with 30.!996 a:,il Judge Iawrason distanced with 17.043. If Bailey had received anythin-. like an even break in the city. lie would have Led with a good margin to spare. For Auditor,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE _._..-.--.- rýsm l mE as u Co. e. ImT. moo iao _ s l s ora. oon meio. *me 1rs eBanY se ns as,19i O d 0 NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1908. NO. 21 II II Hi Il1 I III II l I I il II 1 I I II M Ii Ii I I l I I Ill I I MI I l II II liB I 1 I I II II 1 II I ll To Out of Town Cus- "m" Ttoners. I ý" THE VALLEY DRY GOODS Co. The Suicess of "The VICK}S3BURG, MISSISSIPPx Val We prepay freight charg. es on all mail orders SECOND WEEK OF ANNUAL WHITE GOODS, LACE AND EMBROIDERY SALE has been boilt up on the of $5.00 or over. Under Muslins and Embrioderies Greatly Under Priced Exquisite Line of New SilI Dress Goods. one price idea com* Give us a trial mail order. UNDERMUSLINS MARKED VERY WHITE GOODS-- ontinued. NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS AND SILKS THREE LOTS O INEliBOID 'pequest for samples Low! k.. ..............SILKS ...... lk Pek ER AT Y LOWEI WED are stritly a one prhom ptly filied. , i. . ,ih ei .cs ' imall an' lk. C : 2 !e, val- l x -i lit n . t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

King Alfonso, wee are confident, ould get a wife of the right kind by advertising. The kind newspaper lady who tells her readers "how a woman can look quite smart on $400" doesn't do much to help the woman who has only $40 for a limit. The Dowager Empress of China has sent the President a of photograph which makes her appear about twenty years younger than she is. Every American woman will appreciate her feeling in the matter. Hiram Cronk, the last survivor of the War of 1x12, flourished in an age when no vibrant warning against race suicide was uttered. But he did not neglect his duty to the race, as he did not neglect the call of his coun try, says the New York Press. There followed him to the city hall his eld est boy, Philander, a youth of 81; his second born, William, a stripling of 72; his daughter, Mrs." Rawley, a young lady of 71, and his youngest child, John, a mere babe of 66. Immigration continues to pour into the port of New York in far greater volume than in any past ye...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS To be Submitted to the Electors at the General State Election April 21st, 1908. ACT NO. 10 ~y Mr. Reiley. Senjate iill No. 5. JOINT 1 :ESi' Lt"I',)N proposing an anl.nlme'nt to the Con gtitution of the State of Louisiana, prohibiting the doing of busniris in this State by ally foreign, federal or non-resident ( rlpororation which shall * e the ttate of Louisiana or any of its politi al sub-divlsions or public officers, or any citizen of this state in the Federal Court. or which, when sued, shall remove or ipetitlion for the removal of a tause into the Federal Court Section 1. lie it resol\ved by the Gen seal Assembly of the State if Loulsia na, two-thirds of all thl. tl.inmbers elect g to each House ,,oncurring, That the following amendment to the constitu tion of the State of Louisiana be sub litted to the electors of the State at the next general State ele< tion. to be held In April. 1905. to-wit Any foreign, federal or non-resident corporati...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSLPH, - - LA. FRID-AY, F-1-h" '.Y : . AB'EP. E. GREI:. - . - v: UB3CRIPT|cI% Y~ ;l. - 1 A(T In Ad i....... . 1. FOR DISTPR;;T I.JDC. - We are tunar.z2d t, .:.:., :.e of Coon, (,rt:a ,r ,r .!. " ze-elect:on :o le f. i .te ).i :rict ,ourt ,t , . d 'cia D ,sT,: '. on,'ený~,-`"i of e } - Ibshe, f '("7 - ,.,L4 :'"d ' - : .r:'. I tO t:e act:oll of t;:' .,,,-'::.'e-a3r i.:z..-d a WVe are i:;'Lh,?r zd a az.: ,· : e IHu)' .:  i1 .',I T of orord.a .r, . a the oft c-" of . ud ,-t t Court o, ti.. 'T'el,t.h . f'U , b r , ,:onrposed < f the Pa.r;she; ,f 'i,::- :. and Co :,aO r,,.P,. " u 'ii to t' l r .,ct.: ,1 i . the Lenao ratwe itr OrU ' ' ,T , * The -io -cai Ir.:r ir' Iý Officers wil! Or u ::d ,n :I h,. i day of F,.b:4ruar: v Wo w,,h a',i " t  .. r aI legatnc" to t!.t! c" ..'. of G,, ', u - ter Gu ,. W , ot . :n It DJce~ssary to agra go, 0.: g *;: mert ouf the Las'. thl'i' , but I little we could add t , o t - ment endorsing l;is caudl:cI .- 1 fore the first ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 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 General Merchandise. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF FANCY FOR AND DRY GOODS INTER WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That "White House" and "Full Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. I f~ IT St. Joseph, BAKER & SON, ,Lou iana,, Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT BOLL WEEVIL. Earliest and Most Prolific Cotton Grown. Ftatta closer and faster than any cotton on earth. Will grow two balls same space aid time other varieties do one. Gold Medal Charleston Expesltlem :.: Prlee 100 Bushel Lots, $1 00 per Bushel special P'rice Car Load Lots. 'Iools Extra Early ...... 7ce Bushel. Tryumph ...............7c Bushel. King ...................75e Bushel. EXCELSIOR SEED FARM, Cheraw, S .C. The Commissioners and Clerks of Election who served at the Jan- h uary primary are appointed for service at the second primary to a held on February 25th. o Dr. Walter Morris, the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

CULBERSON SHOWS UP CORTELYOU CHARGES DISCRIMINATION AGAINST THE SOUTH. WALL STREET HAD THE FAT President Orders That Printing De partment Be Put On Business Basis. Figures Tell teh Truth. Tariff Commission. \Washington-In a s1,eeh in the sen ate, Senator ('ulber:,,n declared that the secretary of the trea-ury by his report to the .enate had raised an is sue tof fact as to \lthetier national bankis in New York ured the 475.i000, 00J) ,r public money dlposited with tfle'i ftr sicc'ulative pnrp )eq, or whethier this money was uted to meet th;e I wa;;:llds of outside banks for re serýe impurpose:. Mr. ('ulberson enc-mlained that the ror::m:ittee on finaice had failed to t=ke a::v action on his re-coltution di r'eti:: that it inquire io to the cause of the recent financial stringency. He declared that the report of the .ecre tary of the ttreasury had shown that that official had violated the law in isui:g the Panama bonds, because money for the canal was not needed; and that he had viola...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

General Demand Sthe Wel-In.foruwd cif the World has Srsy been f,- a simlc, pleasant and cieat liquii laxative remedy of known a; a laxative which physicians could stoion for fam:ly .se because its com pt parts are knouvn to them to be me and truly beneficial in effect, gptable t to the system and gentle, yet pnpt, in action. ja supplying that demand with its ex- t ewt combination of Syrup of Figs and dr of Senna, the ('California Fig Syrup 0 d. Feoccds along ethical lines and relies lthe merits of the laxative for its remark Ssuecess. 'hat is one of many reasons why "ofp dFig and Elixir of Senna is given e preference by the Well-Informed. To get its beneficial effects always buy s goenuine--manufactured by the Cali jria Fig Syrup ('o, only, and for sale Syel leading druggists. Price fifty cents Per bottle. EUGaoN ANDEsSON, Pres. Mr. Edison's "Intuition.' Ia the World's \Vor'. there is an tfde on "The Modern Profession of I venting." In tthe course of it there l told the following...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 February 1908

LOUISIANA NEVWS LATEST CLIPPINGS FROM OVER THE STATE. Announcement of the Reunion. Adjutant General WVim. .li.k!hl by order of S,:eplien 1). I.(. e'nerIa! comn manding, hac issued thie , i..i Ii to; the Litui.iana I)viiio,. I i:e l Ii federAte \Veterans: leatlhnarter- I'n etdl (C",i:1 !lhrate Veterau-. New ( )rhleai .. l.a.. Feb. H. 19i 8: li ,neral 1 4) h .- N. i. --I The Igener al ,ri P:wII t . i i 11, ae ,rd.in toi t er t e, r m .i ,'t ; . ,foreI in trce., which lea e- to, :he ' ",erali l".l llnum ;mli  anld tae depl ar nlt co(' r miu .der tie tamit: n Ih tate ,It he reu i,,n: the ei.h .teentih ua;i . tal r(.nI - i tn of , e l nite.l ' e :t  i i a. im : - an. will he hel l in the .'c Iv ,e n r - tmr.un.hti. . Ala.. on June :I!.:. l tlth and l irl .I*(I8; Tiue-dla. WVeln-day and, T'ur.,tlay. re.leetiieI tly t ih.,e day.; hav inI. heern natmed tici I lur h i- at sat Lf.'a torv. No (ity in t'he Sioti' ha- aotiwn since we laid down our artmt ait ppo ma.ttox such stupendour gt ri...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 February 1908

FCgP-.I-wtLD FOB S CEw. THE TENSAS GAZE TTE NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FR1DAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908. ,to o C.. " THE VALLEY DRY GOODS CO.O We prepay freight charge vC UR , I5SIPP es on all mail orders SECOND WEEK OF ANNUA J WHITE GOODS, LACE AND EMBROIDERY SALE has bn be t of $5.00 or over. Under Muslins and Embrioderles Greatly Under Priced ELquisite Line of New Silk Dress Goods. one price uos a trial mail order. , ....... blued with lve as a trial mail order. UNDERMUSLINS MARKED VERY WHITE GOODS-Continued. NEW SPRING DREB OODS AIND SIKS THREE LOTS OF PINE EMBBOID Request fcr samples LOW! for........................ Ioe S.. ERIE AT GREATLY LOWEED promptly filled. tFrene:i chck Lawn. 'ine sheer q:lality 69. 73 and 90c fancy Silks in Pekin PRICESsrtlya withpromptly filledie M l lr ., of pint in sa!l and larg cheeks; 29e vale Exq:ite Uin" of fine Stripes, stripes, neat cheeks and fauncies. A Sn.... ....... .... ... ..... e \'oile-. i l: a e:r, brown. cham-i yard.................

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 February 1908

~THE SUNDAY SCHOOL $ETERNATIONAL LE88ON COM. MENTS FOR FEBRUARY 28. abject: Jesus at the Pool of Beth esda, John 5:1-18 - Golden Text, Matt. 8:17 - Commit Verses 8, --Commentary. TIME.-April, A. D. 28. PLACE. n--Pool of Bethesda, Jerusalem. ILXPOBITION.-I. In Need of'the Greet Physician, 1-5. It was an oc 4esion of great rejoicing that took 'Jesus up to Jerusalem, but there was no joy in it for those whom the open ring of the chapter pictures to us. rhere is not much real joy in any 'feast without Christ in it. The com ing of Christ brought joy to at least one miserable man. Jesus went up to the feast because this was the re qufrement of the Jewish law (Ex. r34:23; cf. Gal. 4:4). It was a i wretched company that was gathered around this pool, this "multitude of them that were blind,halt, withered," a picture of the multitudes of this world. Men soon found out that the best place to bring these afflicted ones ,was to Jesus Himself (Matt. 15:30). C ,Wretched men sought the pool, but '...

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