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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

THE AFTER WORD. How can I write, dear he::rt? What hall I "3v' This is a pleasant place? The hours run fast' I have forgotten that .there was a past Where you and I once held high holiday? That love's an episode, and we recover? That love's eternal, and we're hurt past death' That life's the drawing of each separ to breath Alone, my more than friend and less tIn lover? How can I prove the tempest of my tears Was more than to entreat my soul's desire A plea for words that would have set you higher In the warm niche that's held you all these years? You were so dearer than my pride to me, I could not judge you with a heart too wise. The glory of a vsion filled my eyes And I was blind to what the end would be. But now that I am petienter with pain For joy that once was mine-I see the worth Of glts is giving, and the kindly earth Shows us no fower may bloom-and die-in vain. -Mary Manners, in Ainslee's. Swatson's Advice. lEByT "I'm tired of this sort of life," mid Sylvester to his friend ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

m .T.m...... ST.JOSEPH, -- LA. __ _ to VRIDAY, MAY , 1908 Co the ARI t. r & to . he __-_- _____- be Altetot '1tres:1st e · rah F11 NIITiCT ICE ha We es autborlled to announae nOw. JOHN S. BOATN1f, ex Vf Concordia parisb, as a eandTdate for f-eleetion to tie efice of Indge no the bDlatrit (art of the Tenth Jo- pr d'elal Distret. eaopdoed of the Par tic lshes of Tenmu and Concordi, subject be to te aetion of tie Demoerstle party. We att authiorfzed to annothne gr 10io. JOTR DALE. rf Conelardi parish, as a candidate bhr the oMee of Judge of the District e1 eourt of the Tenth Judieial District, composed of the Parishes of Tensas and Coneoetdi, subject to the action of le the Democratie party. ec * UlaMIMUI ATT Y. t te te Vbetew of Tena. Parise . I shall'be a eandidbe for re-eletitb tb the office of lst1iet Attoraea at e t primary eleetlon to be held b tlhe Demoetatte Pity of the 7'eat Jet ietal Distrlet and sbhll be glt to ah aelve the ves of alto whom my ad inilstrtloe of that o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. ~ E FFO A iEA5TIUL UNE OF @i HAMMO r:'. re $1.50 to $6.00. Dam's Pfrss i Cetal Freezers Bt O* * ALL SIZES ON NAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windowl, Siein Wr, sALVANw AND BLACK. Call on us before Purcgising; We will Save You Money. Miss Alice Davidson is visiting in Vicksburg this week. Mrs. Jas; Carry is visiting rel: Rtives in Natchez this weeklt. Mrs. India Brown and Miss Etta Harper left Monday for a Visit to New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Steen And Miss Amalia feturued last )eek from New Orldaus. Mr. and Mit. W. C. Young re htrned this wrdk from a short tisit to New Orleans. Mira Brunette Lbwis spent the Beek.end at Ftdginore as guest of the Misses Hopkins. Mrs. L. A. Clinton is visiting In Natchez. She was accompanied by her grandson, Master Jimmie Clinton, who spent the pdtit week In St. Joseeh. Friends d Mrs. R.Y. Newell legret to learn of her recent in lisposition. Mr: and Mrs. Newell had family are how spending a Tfew days with Mrs....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

How Jim Stiokings "Did" The Railway Company. i Joshua Bounceboy was a director of the London and Suburban Railway Company. In appearance he was a big, florid man, with several chins, a ca pacous girth of waistcoat and a gen eral air of solid prosperity. In dispo sition he was suspicious, meddlesome and fussy. He seldom believed or trusted anybody. Moreover, he was tmbued with the idea that he knew everybody else's work better than they themselves did, and was perpetually poking his nose thereinto, and explain ing in a very cocksure way how this or that ought to be done. He was thus, as may well be im agined, a considerable nuisance to his fellow directors, a perfect curse to the secretary and the standing bete noir of all the company's employes, from the chief engineer of the line to the smallest boy in blue linen jacket who had recently been engaged to dust out the company's booking offices at their most insignificant station. To make matters worse. Joshua Bounceby was a gentleman ...

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

man says that after of suffering Lydia E. 's yegetable Compound -r as well as ever. E.Forie, of Leesburg,VaL -o yrs. Pinkham: t other suffering women to sat Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege mound has done for me. For I sffered from feminine ills I thouht I could not live. 1 siafter taking Lydia E. . Vegetable Compound, and treatment you prescribed I a new woman. I am now and well as ever. and thank you -goo you have done me." FOR SICK WOMEN. gdrty years Lydia KF Pink. Vegetable Compound, made -oots and herbs, has been the remedy for female ills, postiv ely cured thousands of whohave been troubled with nte, inflammation, ulcera -,ioid tumors, irregularities, paia, backache, that bear feeling, flatulency, indijes or nervous prostration. you try it ? plakham invites all sick to write her for advice. -s guided thousands to Address. Lynn. Mass. ThE DUTCH .l PAINrT1 smDnou ron fLEAD MADs *l -. s y rs r e p tines who refuses ITS IDE CURE U.II L N when Hea L·onoot. U,., W .stern u mes, saon, I .zf...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

FAIR IN TANGIPAHOA - - SECRETARY BARROW OF AGBI CUhTURAL BOARD BUSY. FIVE IN SHOOTING SCRAPE Brothers-in-Law Engage in Duel With Shotguns, But Neither is Serious ly Weunded. Inocent Bystanders the Chief Sufferers. Baton Rouge.-Secretary C. J. Bar row of the State Board of Agricul ture and Immigration for Hammond and other points in Tangipahoa, to make efforts to interest the farmers and business men of that section in the establishment of a parish fair. which will be representative of the entire district lying ndjacent to tihe Illinois Central in East Louisiana. Thig section has always been noted for its agricultural progre.- ant en ergy and the multiplicity of its pro ducts, and ha i:ng been s,!tle d by a thrifty and progressive class of peo ple from Illinois and other western states, where fairs are considered a necessity, it is strange that no efforts have been made in this direction in that neighborhood. The secretary will endeavor to interest the people of that section in paris...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 May 1908

CA -ACO~lFOIER 1W ~mqTa HE TENSAS GAZETTE Tac w u b 3 I lhi d a ., > " sn I Om . .. ...i w . . h e u - U eh..I s B - - s ss NEW SERIES VOL.TXV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, MAY 8. 1908 .oo Lawn waists s$1.00 $2.50so Lingerie Waists $1.50 THE ONE PRICE STORE 35c 3e, 's Undr.ar 2ku $ Several style: in fine Lawn Waists, Beautiful French Lawn and LingerieBoys' B rigga nderwer, lo Wom ' e ke Ho elaborately trimmed withEveneweste Wai.ts, Lace Yoke put togethere Va ey Short drawer, other store od3 5 eoea eeeflmt quality, h value .o$1.00 each lalions. $2.50 value ...... $1.50 y Special tSs week .__.1_ _ _ _ _ _ _t made ith ts rawsle. . .. . -- lu ...... a n .. . t ients vle i .. la. ..... .. .. 00Wis o $.0Vicksburg, Miss. : L Snit $3.00 Waist For $2.00 50cts Cross Bar Linen 39cts $7.50 L ae Suit $5, L Vicksburg Mis Landies Linen Suits, stylishily made, .... department thislweek. Tts $$ Stylish Lawn and Mercerized Batiste 36-inch White Cross Bar Linen in v-Substti economics in every e e sti...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 May 1908

SwORTH QUOTING I The only easy things to learn, con fesses the New York Press, are bad habits. It is up to scientists, asserts the Atlanta Journal, to prove the rela tionlhlp between Hamlet and ome lette. Every age the poor are better off, says a hopeful and optimistic preach er. Yes, retorts the St. Louis Globe. Democrat, all they have to do is to wait a few ages. "Spare the rod and spoil the child" may be offset, suggests the New York American, by an adage just as true-"Ply the rod and spoil the teacher." The pocketbook snatcher followed close on the heels of the people who were afraid to put their money in the bask, observes the Washington Star. To women tempted to write com promising love letters to gray head ed millionaires in the hope of separat ain them from the coin: Don't. warns the eansas City Journal. The old billygoats are too proud of their conquests to destroy the letters. There were women euaraglets in the United 8tates long before the word suffragette was coined in E...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 May 1908

THE DEAD CHILD. ('4 believe in the resurrection of the S young you are for such lone ma jesty Of ilence and repose! ?Iat lip was vowel to laughter, and that eye; That white cheek to the rose. ,* IWt age your spirit hath-who thinks to say, It young. or young no more; t et all pr merriment-oh, all for play .Jiat ,~ sweet shape It wore! 1 a His time. to whom all time tois now, From flower and wind and steep ai He not summon you to keep your 4 vow; ince He has made you sleep! Margaret Steele Anderson in The Cen- s taa. The Kidnapping of Lucy. -I By H. J, Wright. "What perfect stair-steps!" laughed aat Lucy, as her six little nephews ad niealces stood before her in a row, rrrnged according to age, the baby d •adled by mamma's hand. "lye gone g the stairs correctly; now let's see gI can go down again: Robbie is eleen, Bennie is nine. Ellen is seven--" "No, she's eight! she's eight!" chim Sseveral eager voices. "I had a birthday yesterday," Ellen aaoanced proudly. "Oh, I knew there was a b...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 May 1908

ST.OSEPH, - - LA. IRI'DAY, MAY 8, 190" gttlr.- GI'w , j - EDITro. iJ l; n 4]u.t $1..50 ZNWOL 'N*M: ElN T'I FM I ICT JillE. We are at~lorized to annollnce HOw*. JOHN S. BOATNE'I, f Oondeoodla parish, as a eantidate for b-eleetiOn to tl.e offie of .1udge of me Distilet Coura of the Tenth Ju Cdecsl Daliret. compoed' of the Par itbes of Tdensa and Coeordian. subject tb the atlest of' the Democratic party. We asrl authorized to annonithe HbON. JORHN DALE, of Coleordtla pariah, as a eaddid.Ihf for abe offe of Judge of the District (dart of the Tenth Judicial District. ebmposed of the Parishes of Tensas and 'oneordla. subject to the actidn of to Dembtbtlei part. ----- Inltt'lntThmI 1' tim Vitcof 0TefnI-s ParhIh: I shall be a candidate for re-election t the o os of dristricet Attorhev at the , mary election to be held by the m rentle Party of the 'T'enth in distal District and shall be glad to re Mlve the votes of all to whom my ad miniltration of that office has been, in the past, satis...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 May 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. SWE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF r HAMMOCKS: P " $1.50 to $6.00. Dama's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The _st Made. ALL SIZES ON HAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Winddws, Screen Wre, GALVANIZED AND BLAC Call on us before Purchasing) We will Save You Money. Mrs. B. F. Young spe't two days in Natchez this week. Miss Mattie Lewis was the guest of Mrs. R. H. Whitney on Satur day end Sunday. Miss Marian Curry, who has. been attendin'g the Agnes Scott College, at Dlecatur, Georgia, has *amerued home for the vacation. ~lre. L. A. Clinton returited this week from a visit to Natchez. She was aceoimpauiui home by her bright little grandson, Master Jimnmie Clinton. Mrs. Ddribar Newell and little ]1rt, who have been visiting Mr. ,ind Mrs. Newell Moody, in Slarkesville, Tennessee, returned houfe on Wednesday. hrs. J. T. Watson Was called hurriedly to New Orleans to-day by the serious illness of her little iece, Miss Katherine Stiles, the, ttle daughter of Mr. an...

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

WIaa the Wind Has Lost His Way. 9 b awake on a winter's night AL' wish, an' wish for day, ehm the snow di fallin' ghostly white J' the wind has lost his way; ftes he shakes the shutter, an' seems to say: hre lost my way, Tee last my way!" Mr's why he's sighin an' cryin' so As be wanders all about; l can he find the way to go Wbsh the stars ae all blown out? R hasn't a place in the world to stay Isa lost his way, aft lost his way! 1t. Tien, when the beautiful mornin' breaks I ms him there, at play, A;pof dew from the rose he takes A, then be has found his way! at. sen it is, in the light, I say: MIe found his way, r's found his way!" -Atlanta Constitution. THE TRIAL TRIP. BY FIMang AMDS, IJ, 'Old" 8ila Cotton, the "first" Cot s. biad launched a self-feeding mang or ypon an a.preciative rural mark 4a and unlike most of his kind, he t profited by his patent. Silas II, Ih present owner of the farm, had .s the same inventive faculties. E bhad added to the income left him W !s father by...

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

General Demand Sthe Well-Informed of the World has ys been for a 'implr, pleasant and dtmrnt liq..:! 1 l .'rei' remedy of known - £a laxative' v.lich physicians could Sfon for fal :' lbecause its com t part ,,: to them to be and tir;:. :,eficial in effect, grptable to til:.v a.: and gentle, yet in action. "In spplying that demand with its ex clat combination of Syrup of Figs and ofr o Senna, the California Fig Syrup of peoceeds along ethical lines and relies *0bemerits of the laxative for its remark at is one of many reasons why ofp e Figs and Elixir of Senna is given d pelerence by the Well-Informed. . its beneficial effects always buy a ine-manufactured by the Cali ' Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale br leading druggists. Price fifty cents p bottle /eer Manser has Invented what he amsers an improvement on his we~ll wa rifle by which It reloads it. M tomatically from a cartridge gAle Ore for Rhew .g eAsm, Bone Pal aud Ezema amaic llood Balm B BB.) cures the worst ofl Rheumatsm. bo...

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

ARREST SENATORS FIVE SENSATIONAL INDICT MENTS RETUPNED. LEAVES HOME FOR TOGA CULT Overcome With Grief President of Purdue College Resigns Be cause Wife Deserts Him lam ills Freedom. Little Rock.-Five members of the senatorial branch of the Arkansas legislature were placed under arrest according to advices at the sheriff's office on charges of either perjury or bribery growing out of the legisla tive boodle inquiry of last week, and the arrest of a sixth senator is im minent. Immediately after their ar rest by the sheriffs of the respective counties, the senators were released upon bonds. A decided sensation was effected here when the news was re cei'-ed, although it was known that the indictments had been returned by the grand jury last week. In all there were about twenty-fire indict ments charging members of the senate and the lower house and outside parties with being implicated in the wholesale bribery which was brought to light after a diligent inquiry. Lafayette, Ind.-Presiden...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW SERIES VOL.'XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1908 NO. 34 $2.00 Lawn Waists. $L00 $2.50 Lingerie Waists $1.50 THE ONE PRICE STORE a5 sos Underwer le Seare er essl Several .style in fine Lawn Waists, Beautiful French Lawn and Lingerie Boys' Balbriggan Underwear, long Women's SeLersuacker Ys elaborately trimmed with newest Waists. Lace Poke put together short drawers, other atorem a me coats excellent qualitsk5 laces an l embroideries. Every one with fine laces, insertions and me- madewith two r thi. scaso. n s p rod uctio n. $2.00 S pecial th is w eek .. .l g..,t value .d........... $1.00 each alions. $2.50 value ...... $1.50 cents vales ........ .. * M$ Tahlae lley _ .........1.00 each.. $3.00 Waist For $2.00 50cts Cross Bar Linen 39cts Ladies Linen Sit ylily . _ _cb r__i_ _Ladies Linen Snits,___ madeS t Stylish lan and Mercerized Batiste :36-inch White (Cross Bar Linen in va-diubLne°S°tparylnt VileSkrt, w.Stp ,nndereied . ,-ic ehitrl rlros Bar s.cinn i...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

'PLANT A TREE." Plant oak or ash in umeless spots of ground, A birch or willow at the murmuring brook, Some flowering shrub upon the grassy mound, Or useful tree in any vacant nook. The graceful maple and the fragrant pine, In school house grounds where children love to play; Some hardy trees along the highway's lines, To shade the traveler on his tiresome war. -Charle L. Lochman. ýk&. YiX\9 A VERY practi cal use Is made W of Arbor Day in this State in beau ' tifying the school grounds. From the establishment of Arbor Day in 1880 to 1906 there were planted in this way In our school grounds 318,920 trees. Ei this were proportionately dis tributed it would be more than thirty trees to every district; yet over 2000 districts in the State remain which ave absolutely no trees or shrubs on their grounds, and many others with only a few straggling trees. Moreover a very small proportion of the whole number of districts give any sort of attention to the care of their grounds. To plant a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

ADMIAL EANS IREliRE Cmes His Long and Honorable Career in Glory. il,00 SEE MEN OF NAVY S, Framrio a Living Pamenma of the Nation's Offeasseive and De ferasiv Ssresgt_. San Francisco, Cal.-Rear Admiral 3sbley D. Evans' flag was hauled pwn from the main truck of the Con agedcut in San Francisco harbor amid a salute of thirteen guns, and the rst mander-in-chlef of America's first battleship fleet immediately departed ir his home In Washington, to re mal on waiting orders until the date of his retirement for age on his sixty iseed birthday, the :8th of August. dtral Evans was accompanied by mgmbers of his family and his staff. As the blue ensign of the retiring agmmader fluttered down to the at milbdge of the Connecticut, a new d1 of similar design was broken out rs token or the preseece of the new ist, Rear Aamiral (baries M. Thomas. The bunting of the new agmander was saluted by thirteen gs fired from every ship in the fleet, de waters of the bay and the green, grIouanding hills echoi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

The ?easas Gazltt& ST, JOSEPH, - LA PRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908 AIER i. G iF - - ' 1U sISTaICT J .L Wae are *tborthed to announce HON..tOHN 8. IOATN FR, wt Concontla prrish, as a candidate 'or te-ieetion to tl.e ofite of Judge of the Dlstrtht &Iourt of the Tenth Ju V'elali Distr8t. i'ompost of the Par ishes of Tensas and Concordin. subject to the action d? the Democratic party. We are afthorifed to announce HON. JOHN DALE. fCoterdia parish, as a candidate for olice of Judge of the f)istrict rt of the Tenth .Judicial D)istrict. 'emposrd of the Parishes of 'I'ensaa "d Conoordla. subject to the action of h Democratic party. - Mi hTC T AMreNliET. to es Vtotes f Tesase Parish: I shall be a candidate for re-election to the office of District Attorney at the siuary otectlon to be held by the Detuocttie Pdrty of the Tenth Ju dicial District and shall be glad to re Geive the votes of all to whom my ad wmlnistrati6n of that office has been, in th )ast, sntisfaetor3. MUCH IULLIS. to the Veo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

Summer Comforts A BAKER'S. ,4 WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF i HAMMOCKS: "" " $1.50 to $6.00o. Daam!s Perless Ice Cream Freezers, The est uMa ALL SIEES ON HAND. WATER COOLERS. tcrmn Doors, Screen Windows, Scr Wire, LVANIZED mND BLACK. Call on us before Prchasing; *e will Save You Money. ______ __ The young people gave a dance at the Hall on Friday night. Mrs. M. Werler, of Natchez, is visiting her soni, Mr. Sam Wexler, in St. Joseph. Mrs. J. W. Steeni asind daughter Mips Amalia, spent a few days in Vicksburg this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam W\exler are receiving congratulations 6en the arrival of a daughter. Miss Alice Davidsonl, after a very pleasant visit in Vicksburg, returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johni Hart, of Yago county, Miss., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Clark. Mr. John Mosely spent the week end in Waterproof, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hunter. Miss Elizabeth Adams spent several days in town last week as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Boll ney. Mrs. Matilda Cham...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 May 1908

Of Chrysalis Time. Now is the Years soft afternoon, And now a dimness veils the world, Whose light might be of sun, or moon, So well in misty swathings furled. And lo; beneath yon slanting ray, A creeping life its path pursues; To fold in self-spun shroud away.- Its form in changeful sleep to lose! v's so, the Day,-the Year, per chance, With all its shimmering afterbloom. In clothed, amid its growing trance, With wefts sellf-drawn from mystic loom. In chrysalis, or in cocoon Such as the Soul herself might spin, Were it not well a while to swoon, Some winged, waking lIfe to win? -JFrom The Contributors' Club of the Atlantic. A r I r a Is a ArierparlUlZli WA IN THE PATH OF THE BASHIKOUAY BY ALBERT W. TOLMAN. I was standing in the mon-key house at the zoo. A white-haired, eld-t erly man was making the circuit of the cages with a paper bag of mixed nuts. By the time he came to where I stood, in front of a little white-face, his stock was almost gone. He fished Out an English walnut. The...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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