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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 March 1908

Mi Shoulder Dis'oc':ed 41 Times. It's out again. le." was the com glt of William lanagan to Dr. ayer of the dispensary staff. Sman's a shoulder was dislocated Id the physicipn placed tim under t influence of anaesthetic and twist. St injured member back in place, t was the forty-first time that HRla.. to had his shou:der "set'" Last yamdaY he entered the dispensary. - Swas the fortieth time the accident d happened to him and he told the l6ysicAn It was an "even forty." T "I have set tlanagan's shoulder tplve or fifteen times." Dr. Mayer Iid. "Every few lays he come into e dispensary and the same work is ns each time. Because of his work s a cabinet worker the injured arm be left free to move. Today H s apparently was all right VW he reached behind him for a .tsThe motion caused his should r to slip out of place and as ulual S0man stopped his work and came 4. He keeps count, and he has ai the injury repaired forty-one .."-Indianapolis News Army Language. I the army there are expressi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 March 1908

LOTS OF MONEY PAID OUT TO THE SCHOOLS OF LOUISIANA. GENERAL SUMMARY Of Choice Bits of News Gathered From All Sections of the Pel ican State For Our headers Epitomized. School Fund Division. The Department of Edtiltion at Baton Rouge hay announcedl the fol lowing apportionment of the State school funds, and thos -ulprinten dents who have qualitield to, receive these funds have received their cheeks while others will receive them when they have qualitied. The apporti in ment by parishes is as follows: Acadia ............. .. 11.334.70 Ascension ............ . ..353.50 'A3sumption ........... 9.565.40 tAvoyelles ....... ....... 17.568.20 East Baton Rouge ...... 14.257.10 West Baton Rouge ...... 4.626.70 Bienville .............. 9.230.00 Bossier ............. 8.577.40 Caddo ............ .... 19,6.97.60 Caleasieu ...... ....... 15.407.60 Caldwell .............. 3.. 50.60 Cameron ................ 1.524.90 Catahoula ............. 8.122.40 Fast Carroll ...... ..... 4.914.00 West Carroll .....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

SCA-A-cOLD FOR as CErPwa THE TENSAS GAZETTE lar _ _ - mb-hS O--ý OIm~· . . - .. E T NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 13 1908. We prepay freight and express charges as all m ail orders of $5.00 e d d m & ed or over. Send ts your orders. - V ALE D R Y d C O M all VALLEY DRY GOODS COMPANY 2Ei2~ihlb BEAUTIFUL NEW DRESS LINENS. rmmt t i. Give. a bid We ar shonlinrig a mno t beauti- VIC K S II U R G, MISSISS I pp . ful and comprehensive asortnment tl (,r st,, skir c hildren Oie price to all. Quality for quality. Our prices ar the lowest .. '.regsts send 1ani, qstY prices are the lowes" n price (rolm 8incts to ets. 7i,h, pa1e li ltin. e FACINATING NEW SPRING APPA EL.in Pkin sa nt ery t-c sh, r a beauttf,.l assort. PAT NolOr combination, also a varieEy ment o rw v hades in blues, Our comprehensive showing of the new tailored suits and costumes delineate this season's newest and most correct sty!es. All the new creations in Madam terfly, Prince cashmere plaids forme...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

CEYLON PEARL FISHERIES. In a report from Colombo, Consul E. A. Creevey says that of the world's great fisheries none can compare eith er in point of antiquity or in the con tinuity of their prosecution with the pearl fisheries of Ceylon, which he thus describes: The pearl banks of Ceylon date back to the sixth century before Christ. It is recorded that Vijaya, the first Sing halese king of Ceylon, in the year 650 B. C., presented his father-in-law, the Pandyan king of Madura, "a gift of pearls," thus indicating a settled fish ery for pearls on the coast of his do mlnidn prior to the historic date. A former Ceylon marine biologist states that no statistics exist of the revenue from pearl fisheries under Portuguese rule, while under the Dutch from 1666 to 1796, tLe government pro ceeds varied from $7000 t9 $340,000 an nually. England took control in 1796, and two years later the revenue went up to $710,000. The fluctuations, how ever, were heavy, the income from , pearls dropping in 1...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

ýl d "llY Tuberculois is Communicable. Tuberculosis, like other commu alcable dia:sese, dops not originato spontaneoslY. It is communicated by the tubercle which comes in con tact wish tie giands or lungs of a sound animal. Insanitary environ ments may hasten the spread of the $sease.-Farmers' Home Journl. A New Breed of Horses. 'A breed of horses that is belng de veloped at the Colorado Agricultural College, at Ft. Collins. I co-opera tion with the United States Depart went of .Sericulture, appears to have some promising characteristics. The object in view has been to develop at first-class carriage horse that hts plenty of "go" combined wiLh great powers of endurance. f Lime l'or a I)sinfectant. When lime is used as a disinfect ing whitewash, he sure, that it is "live," Ps good results cannot be secured 'with that which has been f air-slacked. Whitewash made with V good lime will kill all vermin that f it touches, while air-ciaked lime t whitewash is about as coective as t that ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

Th.Tm Gami ST. JOSEPH, - - LA. - FtIDAY, MARCO 19, 1908 i - C Atftr 2. oitktit. *- a t Sf I1tatt IS'e We are authorised o anodbt t HrONt. JO1W S. a)t'fb 1;, i rf Coaordit parish, aa candidate fof re-election to I. * ale of Judge af, the Dlstyle Court of the M' is St d'cil Distrct. coshn d of the Par- I ahtes of Ten es and weordil, snbjLct to tbhe atioe of tbhe "ehetie uaty. * We afe anthorIted'o t anoUoee C Ho. JOr DAL, of Coneordia~, a ca ad.de -for the ome . or udas of the. Distrct Ceurt of the Ten.th Judieial District. eomposed of the 1risahes of T'eness sad Concordia, subject to the action of " the Demoratle part. y. um usimr mQanh. ?ir the Ve:s 6Eiegmes Pms I abll b esilalda for ye-eletldl to tbe daiOe of ict Attorey the a~ut eleatioa to bet ielI bt the Dlom Ie'Ui Party of the Tenth Jo - diSeal bsttiet ad aSll be gld to re atlve the vetOeof al to whom d adS Mtlnlsatioi of that otihe has aft0., In girg-pe etlslbtoy. 1 a fILL's. to dowes:E be Tesets iuai i ereb annaodes myse...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

Best Quality Ar D= - Full weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES, A Trial Will Covince Yoe FULL, VARIE AND 6MPLETE IS o1 STOCK B fRES FANCY GROCEDIES iGeneral MercRandite. Sit SB IEW LINE OF tANCY FALL D WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMMBER! Tmt ' m " Dress" hoet are BEST BY TT ; BAKElR S JOAo 'sep Louisiana. Excelsior Prolific Cotton WILL BEAT . OLL WEEVIL Earliest and Most Preific Cotton Gr~nW Fruits closer and faster than any cotton on earth. Will grow two a same space ast, time other varieties do one. r MedalJ b.ltleU .s Prioe 100 MBshel L t 0oo per b Ipeeial Price Car Imoq d Lroti. Tools Ezra ara ......7 Babbel. Trlyumpl ...............?7q Bushel. King ................... Te Bushel. EXCELSIOR SLE FARM', C w, S .C' FIBULOUS INOOOMES bROM THr eJL'"ruRB bp PECANS No other branch of .ortleultnre offers seu relh re wards as the culture of PJpcan Tree. 'The Inoome from aq sre o0 Pecan Trees aveq(ges from )1:I0 to ~50000 or year. Pecanq are the ricest and most palhable of muIp, 'l'is Impossible ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

OLD MELODIES. RWe thin white fingers wandered amno the yrll~nwin Keys. Dlow with a weary slowness. now with tt h' i,1-tnIa .M-, The tunes were qu int andri tend , r. la-, . , l, F. t tales itt told, ber they were mngs of hygonell. ear.s, ;n, se was g:roing old. 'he children a kedflr ao , lt I..r; th Ir l i t ,o ir :,, r play: For all was new and sweeat 1to 11thrn. ii .*' l.rh song wi s 17 ' They were iher ihearts loimpluilnin7. for lth, I I iuni' :st.l: The dear old mni'lus i spook to thr nl, .i tit II, r treri' lll Iti;ld. But we. no longer hllren. Ihltwen h'r .- y ani theirs. lad dance.d toi other n arlli.r;,s.Ii ill!rllt to new r ,lts: We heard with smilte indullgent. It we w. re slow to pr:7Is. The simple tunes that i rlou;lht toI hj er thei J,,) ot j dl .iSltnt days. They brought the ient of sprintg-luti II.,e tap of dancingln fOt. The dream that )1tisorti) d ii )ar 1~.:)rt wl, i y'OuIII and love were sweet; EDl.h eadenle had its story'. . II plalnltiv, soft retraini Awok...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

AITBRY SHIFTING SURGICAL TRIMBIPH fiexear Transplatas Claoo snels of Animals Future Seen-Thou. "of Haman Lives May be - Through Initiative of a nockefdler Professor. Atef two years of experiment and _ ve study, Professor Simon r, head of the Rockefeller In ,te for Medical Research in New yak City, has succeeded in trans g arteries from one animal to pgher successfully, writes the Chi Ap correspondent of the New York That fact has been revealed r a paper Just read before the Phy ddial Section of the American t hgriat!on for The Advancement of /amce la the University of Chicago. it the first time in the history of .g world, surgeons assert, that so leait a feat of surgery has been . gplished. Whether the surgical 010" ion will be perfected to such a gee that it can be applied to * trsetmeat of aneurism and other gIgal diseases still is an open ques ., That, however. Is the end I 4Id at by Professor Flexner and his jants in the Rockefeller insti- 1 a It is admitted it is a long cry pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 March 1908

LOUISIANA NEWS LATEST CLIPPINGS FROM OVER THE STATE. For Forging and Bigamy. S. A. Yeargain, alias A. S. Young, was arrested at the National 'eme tery in Pineville by Deputy Sheriff Davis of Alexandria, and Deputy G. R. Kelly. of Beuton, Saline County, Ark. The prisoner is wanted in Ar kansas on a charge of forging notes to the amcunt of f:tiO. The alleged forgery was committed eleven tmonthsl ago, and the accused is said to have fled, cominig to Alexandria. He acted as Superintendent of the Presbyterian Sunday School here. and was highly respected. He married a young lady in Pineville about four months ago. It is alleged that he left a wife and two children in Guerdon. Ark. lie was taken to Arkanias by the depu ty to answer to the charge of forg ety, and will be returned here to an swer to the charge of bigamy. Decision in Favor (I Railroad. Jude DIawkins,. of the District Court at Ruston rendered a de.i-ion in the mandamus case of the projec tors of the Ruston. Natchitoclhes ani N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

CAP-A-COLD FOR 2s CEN,' THE TENSAS GAZETE. NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 20 1908. NO 26 -we prepsj freight and epe e - n el mail orders of $S.00W, d e nd m pha, nd - F _i o ver. Send us y our ord ers. •d I m e d n w l i e s v UTIFUL NEW DRESSVALLEY DRY GOODS COMPANY . We are .howirg a most beauti. VICK SI 3 UR , M ISSISSIpP . _ _ _ _ . fl and comprehensiveassortment of fie white and colored linens One price to all. Quality for quality. Our ries ar e lL lowest.W u AND snitable cr suits, skirts, children'sn q . pr ices are e owest, s OD dresses and b,,'s suiits-ranging in pricc tromn lScts to 5octs. Zi ih prce nlincs stitsirag. W An exquisite line of new Louis. S27 inch, pure linen suitin . We FACINATING NEW SPRING APPAREL. ce Pekin stripe silks in evey are showing a beautiful assort- color combination, also variety Went of new shades in blues, COur comprehensive showing of the new tailored suits and costumes delineate this season's newest and most correct styles...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

PEARLS OF THOUGHT. Men are never calf when they mas be-calmed. Some folks look well-aftes visiting an oculist. It is curious that fiats should be-so high in New York., A woman is like a pair of scales; She will have her weigh. Ma's motto for framing: The man who believes he can do big things can! Some men are good-natured-after assimilating a sufficient quantity of whiskey. Some men never lose their tempers -they keep them and use them all the time. Some girls accept a proposal as quickly as a yellow journal can get out an extra. Many a farmer never bought a gold brick-but they bought what they thought was one. Chills and fever music are appropri ate for all plays dealing with the banks of the Wabash. Some men make cracks at their neighbor's who have leaky roofs of their own which need looking after. When a family has an organ and a girl who recites Curfew-it looks as is affliction could be piled on too thick. The proverb says that bells call others to church but go not there themse...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

THE LAND OF THE HEART'S DESIRE. Where Is the land of the heart's desIre 'I'IThe land where men ree, to mourn" I)."s It rest In the west Wlr' re the suns explre, Or e~t where the suns are INrn?' Is it lildllen deep Where gold riversl now? Is It l lil aloft where the sleep winds blow? or Is It letween. where the laurels grow ills land of the heart's desire, %\here is the land of the heart's desire? The land of a hope tultilled? (;.es on. forth to the north where the hl:is are haghllr, (Ir suIltl where the itelds are t:illY lt Its \:astni's the stretch of two clinging arms? Are Its lpeIks of achievement above alarms'.' Ur ar. \lules of oblvloA the chiefest charms 01 the land of the heart's desire! Wher,, is the land of the heart's desire" I f what use that the sage should say? 8$0 near by that the eye and the soul aspire. Yet a lifetime Journey away. SJust past the meeting of earth and sky: A ;Ittle beyond where the marsh-lights die; Sl:-ere the desert's mirage waters lie Is the lan...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

The Teams mtase STj OSEPH. - LA PRWAZ, MARCU 20, 190w AIrER E, GEER, - - 1'iron. °- " A.. .... i' 1 . e-m1 VU NCE v. F.N T. mI IImtT NSt We are autbotised'to annb(afiP HON. J HN BOAT TiJ'n of Coneodila parish, a i casdidate for s .elbeon to tier oftdl of Judiee of die Diltrlet Court of the Tenth .Tn d!eial Disftct, composed of the Par fihes Of Teams and Coneordia. suhject b the amtie of the Democratic party. We are authorised to announce HO] ,JON DALE, ef CoaeOfrIat risb, as a candidate f6r theo5 o~ 6f Judge of the Dik~tict Caamr off the Tenth Judicial lfstrect, coeipoiel 6f the Parishes 6f Tensas Mad Conoe'lth subject to' the action of the Demoeatte" party. I mt.. ATIi.E. . to the Vet swre busts Parlett 1 shall be a eandidate fbr re-efeaton to the okes of Distriot A o t tle uasy eleetion to be -dby the e Paty of a6 Tqeth Ja dfeld lstrie and shaalbe d to e esve the votes of altb om my ad malntrsaton of that oice has been, in RION@ TULLfS. fer f .s ( e . Temth iildeli r hereby annou...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

Best Quality = AND --- Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial WiD Convince You. FlU, Ai110 ANl COMPLETE iS HIR STOCK Of FRESI FANCY GROCERIES SGeneral Merchandise. w ' SEE OUi NEW LINE OF FANCf FOR DRY G000DS WINTER WINTER It Will P V You. EmM That "Wije Hense" and "Ful Ddss-" Sbds arm BsT BY TEST. JadlE 7 St. Joseph, BAKER & S N, Lousiana sO ieTY NOTES. its Louish idhnsitozn is visiti in greenville, Miss. Mrs. DUrhin is visiting herlel stdther, Mr*e Lansius. Miss Birdie Coleman speidt 1resdaywith Mrs. A. S. . Lewis. Miss Clara Whitney was the , uset of Mrs. R. H. Whitney. Mtis Mattie Lewas spent the " week end as the guest of .rs. R. f i: Whitney. i' Miss Alyd Daiidsti returned home on Mdnaiy fromn a delight at visit in Memphis. The Portia Club met at the High b~3hool on 'tuesday; A full 1 httennDee was itesent. I M1*. J. T. Wtsonu spe dt Sun-I day io Tallulah as the gidast of her ,/other and brother. i The Christ tChurch Guii* met on Monday afternoon at the6 resi detie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

THE LONELY LITTLE FELLOWS. be lonely little fellow sits among his Idle toys id fnds no charm about what once he thought his greatest joys; Ue does not run and laugh and pla; he will but sit and wait .ad listen for a footfall or the rattle of the gate. had watch to see smehbody coming through the open tloo ESmebody who will tlasp hint and will sing to him no more. Me is too young, they tell us. far too young to know at all he truth about the sorrow that the hand of fate let fall had yet he sits and watches with his hope told in his eyes had oft with lips a-quiver lie will stifle little sighs; Me gazes from the window in the sunshine and the rain alI none of us may fathom how his heart Is wrung with pain. .ad nightq he bravely cl.mhbers In his little bed alone ad whispers little prayers that his trusting soul has known ace first he lisped them slowly, kneel ing at somebody's knee- Lad should we tiptoe lightly to his bed side we should se, ISm tear stains on his eyelids, for, the same ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

ITS NOT TRUSTING TO ANOTHER. swedish Servant (who has just re r~ed a tlp)-'"A) taInk you, sir." Bibulous Guest-"No, you won't. s show me where it is and I'll do 3y own tanking."-Baltimore Amer. Man. pr, Our. foe Rh_. "agsn1, Bone Pal. and Eczema k Btood Balm iB B B.) cures the worst Itof RheumattSm. bone paint swollen Jecars crd b B. B. B. aetr sr aments fall Pd I oC perL B~ibcous Proposition to Ladiesn Sshow me where t at s and I'l do Sown tanklng."-Baltmore mer lsbn aBoie Pohl unit n Blood Balm 1 to B.) cursthe worst are madhelu br'Shtwine orr us yes Iter to ats. bAy r oye, r pie bloodd t setnandl of rases sae o beaB. B. B. after M ' Lr tnreatmen oied. Priace r. eerr r tlom Blood rBalm Co. Atl e-. Gar i t Lmad-resrter sleeves only. rive. Sfrom position to $15 e s c ,a AL ose aS with eaery p Neh.TeE Lan r msdAS Irht. -,,, , WLea , Lrroom, thu agesTb to on r otrlt" waost, elr is r of t .' t bll on. %V j ye. cot be t wle w y rer ma wvue p sise mie oney wck h -in be roaidd to you s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 March 1908

LOISIAA lTIS SLATEST CULIPPINGS FROM OVER THE STAT'E. Race War Again Breaks Out. The town of Verda is again in the midst of serious race trouble, accord ing to reports which have reached Alhola. A special pas.cnger train pas-ed through Alhola, enroute to Alexan dria. iithi several wounded white men on board, and it wa- :tatel that other persons had been ,sht down be fore aind after the ,wpecial left Verda. One of the woI:nded men i- not ex pected to recover. Persons on the train -aid that the street. of the little town were -warm ing with men armed with weaCpo3 of oil kinds., while the railroad station presented tile appearance of an arm ed camp. For sonie time the Taylor-Hichard son Lumber Company has been hay ing trouble with its employes, chief oever the question of wage., and not many weeks ago the trouble became so acute that an outbreak re-ulted. The race war which followed was so pronounced that Gov. Blaneahrd took special cognizance of the matter and ordered a searching inve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

CAP-A-COD FOR~ 25 CENTS THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FR1DAY, MARCH 27 1908 . . NO. -- - Let us fill your Mail THE ONE PRICE STORE e pr freht Orders. SaisfactionWe prepay freight guaranteed. Sample VALLEY DRY GOODS COMP ANY er o .1 request.:: :I orders of $5.00 or VICKSrBURG, MIISISSIP pI. oVe .:: You are cordially invited to our Spring Opening and Millinery Display. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and .Saturday, March 25, 26, 27, 28. The lat show this season eclipses all previous efforts. Your enthuslam will know no bounds when you view this sumptious array of new Spring Head Wear. The great variety includes every model successfully adopted by the most prominent Parisian Nodistes, together with several original designs. The "Merry Widow Sailor," the "Tatrazzini Turban," the "Donnybrook," the "Genee" are here in all heir glory. Every Hat in the collection bears the earmarks of refinement, exclusiveness and originality. Great Parisian Modistes, whose talents hav...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

The Word. Today, whatever may annoy, The word for me is Joy, just sim ple Joy; The joy of life; The joy of children and of wife; The joy of bright blue skies; The joy of rain; the glad surprise Of twinkling stars that shine at night; FI'he joy of winged things upon their Sight; The joy of noon-day, and the tried True joyousness of eventide; The joy of labor, and of m'rth; The joy of air, and sea, and earth The countless joys that ever flow from Him Whose vast beneficence doth dim The lustrous light of day, And lavish gifts divine upon our way. Whate'er there be of Sorrow Ill put off till Tomorrow. And when Tomorrow comes, hby then 'Twill be Today and Joy again' John Kendrick Bangs, in the Atlantic Monthly. Which as the Coward By BHLxx 7os1BST onAvas, "Don't you thing he is handsome, Margueritat" "Handsome? yes," Marguerita Lee answered, with a curve of her scar let upper lip, "after an effeminate fashion. I like a man who has some manliness about him!" "And do you mean to say that S...

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