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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

$149,000,000 Given to Mankind in 1907 All Records in Benefcence Br kea-. Educational Institutions Lead with $70,000,000--.. Thousands Perish in Disstess---Sports Kill 242. AccoTrdng to statstis collected by The Chicago 'rine the year 1407, wc.s a banner eae and a record breaker in the matter f beneficence, the large am of $148.902,13.1 having been given away for the good of mankind. The ist of givers is headed by John D. Sockefeller, while Mrs. Russell Sage od New York comes second, and An bew Carnegie third. Of this vast sum educational Institu tios received $70,913,542, religious in stitutions $9.343.82. muscums, art gal Ieies, and public improvements $17, 20,400, and libraries $2.943,000. The known donations of Mr. Rocke feller were: e General Board of Edu cation .................... $32,000,000 The University of Chicago.. 5,517,000 SDThe Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research ......... 2,600,000 The University of Louisville 2,000,000 Park and its endowment to Cleveland, Ohio...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

The Tesas Gazette. di ST. JOSEPH, - -- LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1l90 A ,rPRR E. OREE. . - F1TOr. f5 CC c' CvoPwy"1n YEARL.Y ANNOl rNCTr M ,1'. CC FO1 IISTRICT 10GE. tr *e are a.thorized to aononne ill iOwn. JOHN S. BO l1'T`E.R p of Concordia parish. as a crsndidite for r.-electlon to ti.e of1"" of .Itdlre or the District Court of the Tenth TIn- ca s'ciil District. composed of the P.r fshes of l'enns and ('oncortlin. nhjioct to the action of the Democratic party. tu We are authorized to snnnonce HT)N. J.OHN AIT.E. RV of Coneordia psrah. as a cnn tndlte for D the ofce of J.IrM" of the District Court of the Tenth .rnTlicial District. comnposed of the Parishes of T'ena:i" snd Concordin. snbicet to tile action of the Democratic party. hi ,tl - IImSTrc AnTTRm . 1 To tfe Veters of Teases Parish: I shall be a candidate for re-election th the oflire of District Attorney at the " erimarv election to be held hr the O Democratic Party of the 1Teth J.n dicial District and shall ht glad to re elve ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

Best Quality AND Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FILL VAIES AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIES General Merchandise. I SEE OUR NEW UNE OF FANCY RY GOO WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBERI That "White House" and "Full Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. BAKER s& SON,St. Joseph, Misses Henrietta and KatieV at son spent Sundny at Lakewood. C Miss \etzel, of Monroe, is vis itiung her sister, Mrs. Jno Blanche. Ms. R. H. Whitney and little d on .left on Saturday for a visit c to New Orleans. Mr. anid Mrs. Louis Buckner, " of Vidalia, are guests of Dr. and q Mrs. Dunbar Newell. a Mrs. John Murdoch was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Dunbar e Newell on Thursday of last week. B Mrs. Elliott Coleman, who has been visiting relatives in St. Jo- c seph, returned hnme on Wednee day. Mrs. J. C. Hornsby spent seav oral days this week with her sis- c ter, Mrs. O. K. Wilds, in Nat- t cehz. _ Mrs. Ashford O'Kelley and son - veto guests of her parents, Mr. s and Mrs. E...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS To be Submitted to the Electors at the General State Election April 21st, 1908. ACT NO. 10 By Mr. Reiley. Senate Bill No. 5. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Con stitution of the State of Louisiana, prohibiting the doing of business in this State by any foreign, federal or non-resident corporation whioh shall sue the State of Louisiana or any of its political sub-divisions or public officers, or any citizen of this state in the Federal Court, or which, when sued, shall remove or petition for the removal of a cause into the Federal Court. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisia na, two-thirds of all the members elect ed to each House concurring, That the following amendment to the constitu tion of the State of Louisiana be sub mitted to the electors of the State at the next general State election, to be held in April, 1906, to-wit: Any foreign, federal or non-resident corporation, operating, conductin...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

A MOTHER Bow many American women in bhomes to-day long for this _ ngto come into their lives, and bst able to utter these words, but asene of some organic derange -a this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this bsct should know that prepara dg( for healthy maternity is ngemplished by the use of LYDIA E PINKHAM'S VEITABLE COMPOUND Ir. Maggie Gilmer, of West i .on, S. C,writcs to Mrs. Pinkham: *I was greatly run-down in health jag weakness peculiar to my sex, gao Lydia E. Pinkham' s Vegetable apumnd was recommended to me. It eialy restored me to perfect health, aIo my delight I am a mother." Iys.Josephine llall,of Bardstown, Ir writes: hI was a very great sufferer from S troubles, and my physician failed me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege 1b Compound not only restored me eet ealth, but I am now a proud U75 ~FOR SICK WOMEN. b1 dzhrty years Lydia E. Pink Vegetable Compound, made sbats ald herbs, as been the dremedy for female ills, poiltively cured thousands of who have been ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 March 1908

MRS.ROOSEVELT BREETED BY LARGE CROWD AT ATON ROUGE. HYDE OUT ON BOND rer the Killing of Duncan Kemp. Bond is Signed by Mother. Money Raised for Fire Sufferers. Many persons were on: th river trort at Baton HRoze t4, see t he Pre-ident 's yachlt pas- up tihe river. The Mayv flower p)a,.ed up there amid the shriekinir of whi-tle oi the river front. The Mayflower dipjlds her flag to the flag at the capitol andl pa..-ed on without a break in her "--peed. Site was goring up stream at a lively clip. An invitation ha, been sent to Mfrs. ioosevelt by Gov. Blanchard anIl the ,ity askin: that a stop. be made at Baton Rouge on the trip down the river, and it is likely that if the in ritation is gccepted a reception will be extended the first lady in the land on that occasion. Dr. Lows, Foot. Dr. H. G. Morris. pI ominent in pro kssional and business circles at Kent wood. was .everely injured while alighting from train No. 3 of the Illi msis Central. Dr. Morris was return lag from a professional...

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 April 1908

CAS-A-COL.D FOR  CFReCN-S'r THE TENSAS GAZETTE r ,. b a. Pm' "mi@t C LKs.ma. oiMnQ abS f f a3 .- m=. s, S ao.areda MU 1---" - r... Ewaet.. w NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 3 1908 NO. 28 Let us fill your Mail THE ONE PRICE STORE e prepay freight Orders. Saisf action guaranteed. Sampleso $5.00 or Srequest. VALLEY DRY OODSover. :CO PANY : : : VICKSBI3URG, MWISSISSIPPI. You are cordially invited to our Spring Opening and Millinery Display. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 25, 26, 27, 28. The Hat show this season eclipses all previous efforts. Your enthusiam will know no bounds when you view this samptious array of new Spring Head Wear. The great variety includes every model successfully adopted by the most prominent Parisian Modistes, together with . ( several original designs. The "Merry Widow Sailor," the "Tatrazzini Turban," the "Donnybrook," the 'Genee" are here in all their glory. Every Hat in the collection bears the earmarks of refinement, e...

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 April 1908

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS To be Submitted to the Electors at the General State Election April 21st, 1908. ACT NO. 10 By Mr. Relley. Senate Bill No. 6. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Con stitution of the State of Louisiana, prohibiting the doing of business in this State by any foreign, federal or non-resident corporation whloh shall sue the State of Louisiana or any of its political sub-divisions or public officers, or any citisen of this state in the Federal Court, or which, when sued, shall remove or petition for the removal of a cause into the Federal Court. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Gen. eral Assembly of the State of Louisia na, two-thirds of all the members elect ed to each House concurring, Tnat the following amendment to the constitu tion of the State of Louisiana be sub astted to the electors of the State at the next general State election, to be held Ia April, 1908, to-wit: Any foreign, federal or non-resident corporation, operating, conducti...

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 April 1908

-MOLLY i NEW ZEALAND SKETCH $ I BY W. H. Koebel. ,,---1----------!:-------.~,~- -A Tbe new cook had arrived at the p sr station. The advent of one h who held the gastronomic destinies of iI tg inhabitants in the palm of her bssd was an event of importance. As h the neat figure of a girl upon a bright W horse cantered up the pine shaded p asue, eyes peered forth curiously gae the windows of the bungalow it- it Uf as well as from those of the e amg's quarters. o he was a handsome, clear complex med Irish girl, with a bearing that q lcked the coarser movements of her a Cs, When, freed from her riding per. sie introdlred herself within y b bungalow, the brows of the fe- y ale portion of the tommunity went a *yward at the sight of her while drill f, skirt and white blouse. But the fears II lest such adornment should prove in eompatible with the work expected f ga a domestic upon a sheep run pored groundless from the outset. a Molly disposed of her allotted tasks a with the ease of cheer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 April 1908

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1908 ANR- R E.. R - - DTTorr. aScVCRIPTUwI' V*ARLY 1 In Advance. 1.q 1 -A NNIO ' NC TM T ;N'I''. FI1 DISTRICT IJUDG We are aulthorized to annollnc'e liON. TJOJ S. BOA'rI F1T, of Coneordla parish. n a candidate for Te-election to tl.e oftlce of .Indre of the District Court of the 't'enth .T1n d'rlil Distrect. composed of the P':ir Ishe of Tenses and Connnrllni. suphbirt to the action of the l)emocratic party. We are authorized tn announce HON. JOrTN 1)LTE. of Coneordia prihh., as n catndidlte for the office of .Indre of the Districtf Court of the Tenth .Iudicinl TIlstrict. composed of the Parishes of 'l'ncas and Concordi., subioct to tihe action of the Demoerstic party. f- - STICT ATTORNET. To thlr Voters of TeIn Parish: I shall be a candidate for re-election to the offiee of District Attorner at the primary election to be held by the Democratic Party of the 'ITenth .In diclal District and shall he glad to ro. Ieere the vote...

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 April 1908

Best Quality ---AND-- Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL VARIED AIB COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIES S AND . General Merchandise. SEE OUR NEW ULE OF FANCY FOR DRY GOODS FAL WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBMR! That "White House" and '"Fu Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. B KIER & S St Josephana BAKER ' $ON, Louisiana. Miss Ruth Arrighi is the guestt of Mrs. B. F. Young this week. Mrs. Jas. Curry returned on Tuesday from a short visit to rel atives in Natchez. Mrs, J. P. Harrison and Mr. Thoe. Nichols were visitors to Natchez last Sunday. Prof. R. C. Oroesbeck and Mr. R. S. Graves, of Waterproof, spent Sunday at "Aubrey." Mr. John T. Moore and Miss Katie Watson made the round trip to Waterproof Sunday. Mrs. James Curry and daugh ter, Miss Francis, spent several days in Natchez this week. Miss Hulda \Vexler is visiting her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wexler, in St. Joseph. Mr. aud Mrs. McCamley and family left last week for Natchez...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 April 1908

SOMTERENS TOWOME.N A SUCCESSFUL VACATION. th "A driving trip," said a women, "Is do the most satisfactory short vacation, do if you want to revive worn out nerves. I have often gone from eight to twen- t ty days without mail and without m seeking a soul I knew except my com- Y panion whom you may believe is al %ays weU chosen. Last autumn in a W week I covered three hundred miles, ate all my meals out of doors and th came back to town with ten pounds ki added to my weight and deducted co from my spirits. My starting point in is always the same, a small New Eng- a land town, where a good horse, the nE main asset for a comfortable trip, is ca to be depended on. From here I have sh driven in three directions and per- te formed in circuits until I feel like the al proprietorof hundrets of square miles p of mountains and forests. Geological T maps point the way and I follow, plan. at alng stops ahead at places I know. Eating by the wayside near a stream th or on a hilltop satisfied my lo...

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 April 1908

Tle Evolution of Household Remedies. bs modern patent mudome bl Sb the nastral outgrowth ol the - houehhold remedies. by temrly history of this , IvY JILY HAD nITS r yB XZDICIS aHerb teas, b ,baztives and toals, wer to be Jot almot evry homw,ompound dbtyes hewilf , ome s assisted go spothegy or tho aLi doester. pwa iers, which wa - es and quassia, dissolved apple y. Sometimes a hop tomi, made Swiskey, hops and bitter barb. A - or more of popular, home-made M sa wero thus compounded, the ales dfor which were pami along ga bae to houss, setumes written, m verbally aommanesated. a patent medicine businas is a Iw outgrowth from this whole ,ald-time custom. In the begin - es enterprising doctor, im paed by the useflnm of one of se houe-made remedies, would take ip, imprOve it in many ways, maau tre it on a large scale, adwertise it Itly throogh almanacs r the home, i thas it would becom used over a i are . LATTERLY THE HOUSE SSmEDY ]BUsM= TOOK A JOU EXACT AND SCIENTIFIC l Ees was origin...

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 April 1908

CITY GETS LAND . JUDGE KNOCKS OUT INJUNC TION IN FAMOUS CONTEST. THE RESIGNATION Of School Superintendent-Ruaton to Issue Bonds.-Negro Buanco Men Get Three Years in the Penitentiary. Judge Brunot, of the Twentyc-see end Judicial District ('ourt, handed down a decision in the case of Ed ward Slattery vs. Register of the Land Office, which mean', that the city of New Orleans will secure the lands formed in Bayou St. John, and for which Mayor Behrnan, of New Orleans, made an offer to the Regis ter of the Land Office. Mr. Slattery also made an offer, and it was to force the acceptance of his tender that the suit was brought. In his de cision Judge Brunot su'tained tie motion of Attorney (;eneral Gui,on and Garland Dupre, Asiiit ('ity Attorney of New Orleans, of no, canue of action. Judge Brunot denied the injunction prayed for by Mr. Slattery and refused the mandamus that he wanted issued upon the Rgistcr of the Land Office. Tragedy at Tremont. One six-year old child drowned end seven ...

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 April 1908

Cgs-A-COLD POR as can as THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10 1908 NO. 29 One Best Bargain THE BIG STORE'S Etrordiary Special. SILK PTTICOAT in all the l SENSATIONAL SELLING OF EASTER NEEDS. $8.00 alue, ut Bro,,:. ', ',la :.'cn. etc.. $12.00 val ue filr Our mail order service offers out of town customers every facility for taking advantage of these reduced s a the y lat at the $6.89. prices. Send us your orders by mail, we will give them our most careful and prompt attention. $5.95. EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL. EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL- EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL. EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL ANOTHER GOOD BARGAIN. E 1. Goodi - and Silks. 34 inch floorOne lot Ladies Fine 26 inch GloriaARY SPECIAL Il.. 1k Taffeta d Silk, pure e hignh Millinery Department. Second floor. Forty-four inch Polka Dot Em- Silk Umbrellas. Beautiful, Gold Sil I:r. ,. Ta m e ,a Silk, pwre d'c. hipeh Silk I'rire Jui mper I)res.es in All :c12..0 to $14.00 dtIres hate. each iShoe Department. One l...

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 April 1908

A DISCONCERTED SCHOLAR. When little Arabella Krupp first started in to school, She found it very difficult to follow every rule. Of course, she tried her very best that teacher should not frown, And swift obedience she gave, when teacher said, "Sit down!" But the next thing that she said to her was, "Little girl sit up!" Which greatly disconcerted little Ara bella Krupp. - Pauline Frances Caip, in St. Nicholas. HOW DOLLY LEARNED COLORS. Dolly was a little girl, and she had the yellowest hair, the reddest lips, and the bluest eyes ever seen. One day when she was in the kin dergarten, the teacher showed the children some pretty yellow balls, and the children all looked straight at Dolly and cried, "See, these are exactly the color of Dolly's hair." Dolly felt very bad, and went home and told her mother what the chil dren had sald. But her mother replied, "Why, I think yellow hair is lovely. Just look at the sun and the buttercups in the yard: they are the color of your hair! I am sure...

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 April 1908

Ballad of Pleasant Thoughts. Don't let us talk of wretchedness. Don't let us wallow in our woe, .gu't let us drivel o'er dis're.s, `"D't let us wander to and fro 6 Amid the mire and mud below, But let us rise on joyful wings anto the golden sunlight's glow; Tat's think and talk of pleasant things! Don't let us clamor for redress: Dce't let us deem a soul our foe; sIstead of cursing, let us bless; And never let us gloat or crow o'er some one's trouble; let us show What perfect peace our viewpoint brings To all who after goodness go; Lat's think and talk of pleasant things' Iet's talk of trouble less and less; To sanger let us be more slow; ft's strive more patience to possess. And more compassionate let's grow; A cheerful word or smile bestow, And you can quell the scorn that stings; This duty to ourselves we owe: Lst's think and talk of pleasant things! ENVOI: Ho! mortal men and women, ho! Hark to the song a minstrel sings! IU aught of happiness you'd know Let's think and talk of pl...

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 April 1908

The Tersas Gazette. T. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1903, AJIN% R E. ORIEEN. - - FrTOR BaVSC=UrPI341N VKAR.LY Urn Aiesu... . 50 ANNI.'NC E Mr I N'fr=. FOR DISTRICT JOUE. We are authorized to nnnounce RON..FOIIN *. OA'I'TNIER, of C(oncordia parish. is a candidate for !e-election to tl.e offler of .Jutdge arf the District Court of the Tenth .Tu d'clal l)istrwct, composed of the l':ar Ishes of l'enzas and c'oncordli. subject to the action of the i)emocratic party. We are authorlzed to announce a HON. .IOIIN D)ALE. of Concordia parish, as a canldidate for the office of Judge of the tDistrict Court of the Tenth .ndlelal Dis'riet. composed of the Parishes of l'I'nsas and Concordia,. subject to the action of the Democratic party. I1 DISTRICT ATTORNEU -iith Voters of Tonsas Parih: I shall be a candidate for re-election to the office of District Attorney at the primary election to be held byhv the Democratic Party of the 'Tenth Ju dicial District and shall be glad to rr eeive the vote...

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 April 1908

Best Quality -- AND .. Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL, VARIED AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FRESn FANCY GROCERIES ...ý AND General Merchandise. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF FANCY FOR DRY GOODS WITER WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That "White House" and "Full Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. BA K1 R, St.N Joseph, BAKER & ^SON, Lo uisiana. Mrs. Durbin and children are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lanius. S. Mr. Carol Newell returned on Ap Monday from a visit to \VWater- Gr proof. 113 be Judge S. C. Young returned on Sunday from a business trip to all New Orleans. thi Mrs. Theo. Crothers spent the ireek-end in Natchez with her sip N ter, Mrs. R. W. Turner. Ht Mr. Beverly B. Dexter, of Chat- at tanooga, is the-guest of Mr. and set Mrs. W. M. Davidson, this week. Ba Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Adams "d iand Miss Annabel Mounger were among the visitors to Natchez on We Friday. Mrs. R. 11. H. Whituey, with her little son Richard, returned home Ki on Sunday from a visit to...

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 April 1908

THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY. Id we but know land that ends our dark, uncertain travels, Whre lie those happier hills and meadows low; b. f beyond the spirit's Inmost travels Aht of that country could we surely know, Who would not go? ti we but hear hovering angels' high imagined chorus. Or eatch, betimes, with wakeful eyes and clear. One radiant vista of the realm before us. With one rapt moment given to see and hear. LA who would fear? Were we quite sure To find the peerless friend who left us lonely. " there, by some celestial stream as pure. To gape in eyes that here were lovelit oury. .at weary mortal coil were we quit sure Who would endure? DIDN'T [NOW IT WAS LOADED. By Clara Marshall. nr. Robbins was so busy weeding M1 squash bed in her "truck patch" bst she had to be called three times Begore she pushed back her sunbonnet id said to a boy who had climber to 1e top of the rail fence close by: "Well, Charlie, what is it now? Has por ma got any more washing for met" "YIs," replied ...

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