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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 June 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. i WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF ij HAMMOCKS: Pries- fromt $1.50 to $6.00. Danna's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best made. ALL SIZES ON HAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND BLACK. Call on us before Purchasing; We will Save You Money. if h " ullane), NIr.. I.. ". Supit II toe ti. J0.i 111) 1,11 Mmodav. .\Ir. Ed. Iestir ret uri d, te lei hone iii We ,st ('arr'ell l t.t w ' k. Mrs. S. P. Ilirhey ret ro .d tn `unday li',mºt a hort v1-1 to N atc Ihiz. D)r. Ge,. N. Clark, will g to Watrprl root alu at tli, oth 11 -t. to reluain aII boutll tel days. e11rs. Emile Malyer ald seoz, Mat er4 Jake . and WiI. am Yountig Mayer, spet several days iII Nat clhez this week. The yvonger seit en terta iilrd t he 'Talluhh biase b'ill taum at a verv +.njo)yable da ce+ at th1º, Hall .11,In day evilen i:g. Dr. and Mr-. .er,. N. C'larke are Ireceiving cu'gratulati .ni oec Ithe birth of t ba1ly girl, to carry the iaine of ler L.tril, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 June 1908

SHE GOT THE TITLE JUST THF. SA VIE. Th r v" n-i n v ' 1) 'h1 r1 v.kI , 1 r.n' 1 . 11.:.. 4 r AI I I t '.:n x 1,1 1 t: r1 '"1 " . A ;I t r n k I ,',i t i t , ,t > : . E ot A itl' just t, " ' " w n g ,a-I n' gn.:'itn ntue And h i -  t ;L . th .klt ' Ah,. I.k ol in i v : r , d ih" fora nk li i ga d :,illi --hit l.,' l" t T'he titll j Just tti s~:in . 'IThoP h w stn was nirilttYi i :i , '-nt, A bishioitp t-it th' knrt. A gollriu d ,i fr aii ( lt Anti " foun, ti'- tiril .gr,.nTi l , is le T.'h'n I t itsn  '"s g ha " till",f A rofls.i ruin, h it sh." g t T'he titll ju.t th-" sa-i ' Though ^ was pr'tty. }.,'r:n, rl S '" l e i ma lrlr n- it i r w gu in o, r And grew t h-t', her i.-ng ,-'r, lie hi tr k -i,'t ll th h... i_ , AnI t h.iit ohr I-' y ,ht. t ut s!he go '1 he, titrle just tieI sari .. F-'i- fl"--i In t"--rn ai rose !h" ..'it, A PIlyi itg Story. " 'T t,- aUrn s,-t tih- rubli'' plints Ji,.r lie"- wis htirthted --hut ste got 'Tit. Iti - gust tih san- --Mlin l's Irving, in L.s...

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

AT THE PLA'T. /-re play was full of complications, "e; .ret we got the wrong seats, , d my overooat, and the girl I Bnally located next to a gentle .n friend who monopolised her en Soversation."L-Louisville Courier' A KENTUCKY CASE. Will Interest All Suffering Women. Mis Della Meanes, 328 E. Front L Maysvtlle, Ky., says: "Seven years ago I begaa to notice sharp pain in the kidneys and a bearing down sensa tion through the hips, dull headache and dizzy spells. Dropsy appeared and my feet and ankles swelled so 1 could not get my shoes on. I was in alery and had despaired of ever get ing cured, when I decided to try Dean's Kidney Pills. One box helped go so much that I kept on until en trely cured." Sold by all dealers. 0 cents a box. ',Tter.Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. It', easier to ce'Ion\, ce the worlh that you have s:w,-,' after you have succeeded in accIu:Iulating a large pile of dollars. go Drlve Out Malaria and Build Up the Sy.temC akUe the (ld standlard Grove's gagele Chill ...

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

the New Learning. They taught him how to henlstitoh, and they taught him how to sing, And how to make a basket out of var iegat-d string, And how to fold a pap'r so he wouldn't hurt his thumb They taught a lot to Iertie, but he couldn't do a sum. 'hey taught him how to mold the head of Hercules in clay, And how to tell th- differeneo 'twixt the bhuebird and the jay, And bcw to sketch a horsie in a little picture-frame- Eut, strangely, they forgot to teach him how to spell his name. Now, Bertie's pa was crabbed. and he went. one day, to find What 'twas they di I to m'ake his son so backward in ,he mind. "I dep't want 3Brtle wrecked," he cried, In temper far from cool, "I want him educated!" So ho took him out of ' school. -From Jersey Jingles by Leonard II. Robbins. TAUGHT BY O EXPERIENCE BY nBO L. nRNDRICK, The Mosher cabin stands in a shel tered notch between Horeb and Jeri cho, an ancient structure of logs with a slab lean-to. Round it are dwarf pines, the second growth of the sla...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE m n - NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908 NO. 38 | mnmmunmln nn| n  m u mu n  u u u • np •• nn n u mm | n u n Un SlSION ON CRUISER A ~.amnpipe Bursts on the Ten nessee, Killing Four. c glERS NARROWLY ESCAPE N F min"hed Inspection of EngiFne ..ICauso Unknow.--..Wound- t ed in Serious Condition. so pedro, Cal.-A terrible acci- J t occured on board the United o bn armored cruiser Tennessee at 11:0 Saturday morning. While the bip was steaming at 10 knots on a J trial off Point Puenene, Cal., a a pipe in the starboard engine ecm burst under 235 pounds press- ( Sre IkiWg four men and injuring ten goes, all of the men in the compart- T mest at the time. The explosion, the OW of which is unknown, occurred I 1y a few minutes after Admiral t SSebree, Captain F. B. Howard t SChlf Engineer Robartsan had 1 Sthe engine room on a tcur of in The List of the Cead. Thbe dead: c George Wood, water tend r, Scra, - p, Pa. . C. Boggs. second cla:s iir.man, apoo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

THE GRAY WHALES OF MAGDALENA BAY. MEMORIES REVIVED BY NAME OF FLEET'S RENDEZVOUS. There Was Danger in the Fishery for the Old Yankee Whalelae, Who Were Obliged to Invent New Weapons-Thousands of the Fighting Mammals Killed While the industry Lasted. By JOHN R. SPEARS. While the naval men of the world have been thinking of the strategic value of Magdalena Bay, on the coast of Lower ('alifornia, as a ren dezvous for a fleet of American bat tleships, every mention of those wa ters brings to the minds of a few old Yankee whalemen, and sundry seafar ing naturalists, the memory of the days when all the sheltered waters of the Pacific Coast of Mexi o, from Punta Banda to the Gulf of Tehuan tepec, were sought every winter by schools of whales literally numbering thousands. When, as hide-buyers first, and lat er as prospectors for gold, the people of the United States went to the coasts of the two Cautornias, they ob served during the winter season many whales swimming toward the south migra...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

LOUISIANA NEWSºý LATEST CLIPPINGS FROM re OVER THE STATE. : A Fatal Accident. rnest Alln, one ,it the moot pro, I ient etctto. el (,:1 tinillmen of the d youth, as kIll d at the mill of the ex Madson (',ottn ,, ('ompany at Tal- a( Iulab. of wh.11 he w1a. ',superinten- th dent. lie was ,uperirt;onh1ng the re- te pair t n:'' of t company't s rai: road t alr e h' 11h: feet became ie re an lel in a r ·l'. ant he was ii dtrown t, the rulli a:l a heavy pece of 16xl6 tiainer abut twenty hl feet lon'., w' ,!1:: 1 a1bout 2.0 1) pound. w:hiChil he i:nten; ,he- aving low ered from thel top ,'' the scale to the grou: h. e,.anie unma.iateahle m and fell off the t,,p of the ..'ales. a lI distance of ab, 'it cithtetn or tenty la feet strikin1 him t :e full lenrth of his body as he lay on the scales plat form. His heal as c'rshed like an egsaell and his left lvg and side H gasheJ. a quick Work Saves Levee. B The inhabitant, of St. Jo ni and St. ti C(arles pari.he' s ' er .reatly excited Si by the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908 ARBNER E. GREEN, - - Ennon. SUSCORIPTI'sN IFKARILY 'I * I S In Advanc. . I ..(1 A N NII N CI -Il I '.-. FOR CONGRESS. Sae althrized to, :Iann,u,,. II)\. JOS. IE . -tANSI LFL.I. ,I I".L-t ('airrll Parish, as ca , lihdate f,,r r, -,.l ,t i, , t, the Sixty-first (',rtIreý'. fro,, the I Fifth fongresional 1)istrimt of Lui-i:mur, n, ject to tº ac(tiln of the' I)ei.. ratir' par ty. FOUR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are Rllttlorized to annorlutl )KON. JOITN S. IOA'I'N TEl, of Concordia parish. :s a canlidate t for re-election to th.e oflice of . lllte ot" the D)istrlct ('ourt of the Tenth .in d'cisl Distriwt, 4comllosl'd of thli' 'rlr isbes of 'TensI ad c'onclI(rdi:i. 'ii .i 'et So the action of the I)eliloeratic iplar;!. We are authorized to an llllno e IION. JOHN IA.\LE. of Concordia parish, as :i eaitlidt-lte for the office of .Judge of the 1)i-trict Court of the 'Tenth .Ilndihi:ll Iiltrict. composed of the I'arishes oi 'I'en: an...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

Summnur Comforts AT E) AKER'S. _:4A WE OFFl A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF i HAMMOCKS: Pr'"i from $1.50 to $6.00. Danna's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best Made. ALL SIZES ON HAND. WATEIR; COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND BLACK. C(all on us before Purchasing; We will Save You -- Money. Mis J.ulia May (Irillitig is visit ing M1ss Miry lt. l! ,Mu ,rd c,. A, r.. Elia Sii'd',r, 'If Tallulah, ,s visit i rt . 1 . II. \\' hilt,'v. t AMr. Ma:ile 'r ,.\Alanti r'eturnId liam,' la .t w tk i I.t Spid his 1a cntiin. .0 M r. J. I;. ll arri :tt di, llld thl,, Confd, r'tt ' IN'-utnili at I;iri ingham. ti ii ir.. 11c l...ru,l,.r 1 ;1I+;, at " o il:l i" I IMar t lr \: 1 'i " 1f ,i ;l I:111'1 ,,, , in prl ' tt '' i i; ii V. fi::< th _ u I 1 t', '1'h ~t \I.. 1 -t' Iill a e l t c te 1 + o dol u Ii aiBp- a \ ill 1li r li. ,a . l , r i tinl . I 11,,l i t1 , ([liit i I\ l 1 i 'ri ll. il ' i ,.v tral Iliiu t it i I r il ll ' r "I.drs. 1, .i .M ur i ,k. r' m il ll, m n it \ ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

THE TIDE OF DREAMS. A lambent tide of dreams, b ])oth waft my soul away, 'Where faint and fragrant gleams A peaceful harbor gray. Comrn, Iove. 0 haste, thy hand, Across the yearning miles, Beyond the leagued land, The happy mirage smiles, -Rot, r' Tevernan, In Uncle Remus's Magazine. Eleanor The Silent. BT CABROLL WATSON RANKIN. To most persons an invitation to a party comes as a pleasant sur prise, but when the postman handed a square white envelope to Eleanor one Monday morning, the girl looked anything but pleased. "Dear me!" she groaned, reading the brief note. "I just felt in all my bones that Frances Bennington would ask rme to her old conversa tion party. Here's an invitation for you, too, Sallie. Just imagine me at such a thing! Why, I never con versed in my life' I won't go, so there!" "I guess you'll have to." said Mrs. D)ennison. "It's too far for Sallie to go alone, and Frances won't like It if you refuse." "Yes," echoed Sallie, ": here's your new dress. You'll have to g...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

Th White Evening Waistcoat. ythting that breaks through the omy,7 funereal, waitereal aspect of ý1 evening dress is to be com. jed. But practically, as a gen ial rule, the white evening waist. S t be effectively worn much the age of 21. Bgek, it is well known, diminishes Sproportilns, but white undoubted S~creues them. I see men whom have bitherto considered to be ga appear in white evening waist. Sand look absolutely corpulent t ga woman says Lydia E., Ck 's Vegetable Compound b Iher life. Read her letter. u yr. T. C Willadsen, of Manning, iwhri to Mrs. Pinkham: uaatrly say that Lydia E. Pink t b- Vptable Compound saved my i-- feanot express my gratitude ' ls words. For years I suffered the worst forms of female com- b 'cotinually doctoring and ' lots of money for medicine gst help. I wrote you for advice, iwed it as directed, and took Lydia SRakham's Vegetable Compound and a has restored me to perfect health. gd it not been for yowl should have ' t Sin my grave to-day. I wish ever...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 June 1908

THE SOUNTRY COUSIN. My cousin Alferd Williams. he Ain't had advantages like me (My mamma says not to say "ain't" uheause it gives my speech a taint). My cousin Alferd-he don't know A think about th' latest show, Nor any of the latest jokes, it'hc.iusa he isn't city folks! But he k.nows lots of things to say One of 'am rattles on this way. "What's your name? Puddin' Tame! Where you goin'? Down the lane!" An' one Is where you hafto say: "I saw a woolly worm today." An' then he says, "I one it." then You sty, "I two It," tihen aiain It"' says, "I three it"-an' you go Itight on ahead, till first you know You say, "I eight it!" ,,n 'a you've spoke You see that minute where's the jo;c:: My cousin Alford Williams, he Is all the time a-catchin" me With jokes I never heard at all, But papa says he can recall. For papa, one time., wher he grew T'o be a boy was country. too! But Cousin Alf.rd's joket" is smart I'm gain' to learn them al! by heart; An' best of all the lot o' his Is what I say t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 June 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE MM/M lai" +ý Cw •laa. sd ~ o ýý 1wlr~ w iaWnam WfWNa"lff 0W M % " f*L eM t om -l e. il i4 o ~ 'e . en m ~ U. a 5 i i~ - -- n NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JUNE i9. 1908 NO.139 SPECIALS! i This Sale For Cash Only SPECIALS I (;h irill 11114 l't jip(ral ý; etilL T" fnc l 7 7I b X 4 aisSl oealclrata 1 " titclf 1 THE VALLEY DRY GOODS CO. p 2xer har............ .........23 IIIi'as i w.o.J.( ,9~ 20-inch I.hina Silks all colors, per ih.................. 15c 72 apns ya'Matting......... Rgs, Genu,,e I 'e;pera'l Pillow ('aes, Vicksbure, Mississippi. 736 Japanese Matting Rugs, 7 42x36. eac'I .................. 15c cents value, each .............. 39 72x0 Seam Sheets, each .... 38c OUR EICHTH ANNUAL RED LETTER CLEARINC SALE BECINS TOMORROW 18x24 Carpet Rug4, 5Oc kind, 72x,90 Pepperul Sheets, each .. 59c The word Bargain never had a stronger, better, truer meaning than at this store during the days of this Great Sale. If determination to sacrifice was 1 Btoln...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 June 1908

The Tensas tkaieeta. ST.JOSEPH,- - - LA. FRIDAY, JU-NE 19. 11!~ ARItNR E. GI:E:. - - : " r. i.. A i,., ..... N. .,..,, ' FOR CONGRESS. i e ato nottoi ri ' t;ln to I n, !I'n J r ) . F:. 1: \ \ > I El' . L , ",f I.' -t I '.. r ,, l'ari-h, a- ,'l,:0.1 ýt f.r r, , I" t. j,,' t t, Il a 'ti 1:w I"':,,- .;tie I,:. ty. FOR DISTRiCT JUlGE. Wer are authorizel] to annowlrnc 114 '..*J11\N S. BO.A'ITNI I:, of ('c onc orrdia ,:rri -h.: a. ca,.: hintiate for )t -election to thi.l (1 o ~'l..4l W: .lhl L'e r: the listr.l.t I 'o rt of tIh4. ' n th .ih - t o'ial o )i' strict, cmlnoit l of it PI I'(he" of T'eni,< a.1 ( -irol!,e -a1,t1 .t to the cVoter of the linsa t Part' eto ae tlr oll thlr rIt to .annll I nc( Irinr. .ctli, l I). .li , Ir ('n oe rtia p,:ar: h, a'. :I c: ',li t. ffr the oth c ot" of .Ih ttRe oF tih.i 1-tri;. - intourt of ath, Tenth i ,fit ic.h:l i i,-tr, ii 'nmulpo-'s-d or th,. 1'ar;-h,.I of 'len- . :% d ('onerdia. Sul.i,.4't to the actith t,' thle I)ent, eratic larty. FOR DIH...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 June 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. a WE OFfER A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF _~ HAMMOCKS: Prices from $1.50 to $6.00. Danna's PeerIess Ice Cream Freczers, The Best Made. ALL SIZES ON HXIND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND BLACK. Call Can us hefEre IPulciasing; WVe will Save You Money. of Mr. A. E. (;ren', this ~,1,.k Mrs. M. C. \'ickors is vi-; ii 1" Mrs. R. H. WVhitn"y this un k. Miiss Elizal,,oth Ad tlns was the guest of her a-int, MIrs. lI:~n, ev, this week. Dr. Mark Anldrws and (laugh ter, Miss Ruth Andrews, spout Thursday in St. Josph. Mr. J. D. Miller, a popular at torney of New Orleans, was a vis itor to St. Joseph this week. Mrs. Ashford O'Kelley is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin, at Lake Providonce. Misses Lucille Gibson and Bes sie Goodrich were guests this week of Mrs. Chaijles Johnston. Mrs. Wade Newell, with her in fant daughter, spent Friday as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Dunbar Newell. Miss Mattie Lewis, Masters Will! McCamley aird Tolm...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 June 1908

Magazines for the Army. The Woman's Army and Navy League is making additio:.al request for books and magazines to be sent to the soldiers in the ;'rn:ppines, Alaska, Cuba and far western posts in the United States. The coming of spring has brought many requests from these stations, particularly from Alas ka, and oentributions of such litera ture are requested. With the prac tical eye of the nation's housekeep ers, members of the league believe, now that the spring housecleaning is here, there may be an extra allotment of magazines and books for the sol diers. The genuine pleasure these periodi cals give the soldiers is not to be dis counted. They read them eagerly, each finding a sort of message from home within the pages. One lot is torn, thumb-marked, and almost worn out before another assortment arrives, and the men of the garrison look eag erly for the incoming transport that will bring fresh magazines.-Washin* Ion Times. The General Demand of the Well-Informed of the World has ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 June 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE 3l'umhU Cam. LnhiE. onMGe .pr ca[IN ' sohh at ·. nooollm a l oý-0 a we mmo wa =00 &m url l mmom NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, JUE 26. 1908 NO. 40 SPECIALS ! This Sale For Cash Only SPECIALS! ie 1mi  lpperal Sheetin. Ladies Silk Hose, all colors, actual per$1. value, per pair3..........c7 36er air, ...il.. C.as;.. THE VALLEY DRY GOODS CO. .... 42x31; hern-it'.l:,ll 'iv * w i ('asU IE. 20-inch China Silks all colors, per each ................... .... 15e ya ............. (;cGnuinel P'i;'per. Piow Vicksbur, Mississippi. 72x36 Japanese Matting Rugs, 75 42x36. ean ...... ............ 15c cents value, each .............. 39. 72x9O Seansr eet, each .... 38c OUR EICHTH ANNUAL RED LETTER CLEARINC SALE BECINS TOMORROW 18x24 Carpet Rugs, 50e kind. 72x0l'' eeral Sh:eets, eac' .. 59c The word Bargain never had a stronger, better, truer meaning than at this store during the days of this Great Sale. If determination to sacrifice was 81xi P;l'epperal and cho...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 June 1908

The 1erias Gazzae. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. FRIDAY, JUNE '_'C, 1:'O RNKFR E.( ftEEN. - - 'nºron. - I C.sIPTIIrnt ,l% r : ~I lot Acdvre.. " .50 FOR CONCESS. We arn all l 1rize.l nr t 1nno 1 1' \ I J()<. E . R .N IS IIIK l, ,f t 1'. -t ('a .,. i 'alri.-h, as c:mn,! fir. Ifr . v t the Sixty-fir-t Conm , 'n;,tr.,,t , , I'i;i t',n 'nr -i,,nal Ili'rict of I.,, n-:: ,. :a I je!ct to thn'- s -tton (rf &he 11 wt,, ratic' 1 .,.tr ty. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. WVe are a:cutthriif'd to an:Illl 'II Hi iN..oO lf N . I '0 ATNF :R. of (.nord, i:r p.,risil.. n a n:indi; :,ti' for i 7e-ei etioltl to tI.e oft i ''"' " "lrf . f tyre l)itriet C'o)rrt of the '1c tIII .l; e"'ein I)i ritr.' .colnmpoed of the l':ir lihest of ''ellnEc;i t l c( ('oncior'lia. 'Oliji ; to the actial iof the IN-m'ocratic part., We are anltlrorized to announce 1l10 N. ,OiH 1N I.1 E,. of ('hncordi a parish. a' :r ren'td;vl:,te f,, tIhe othlie of .Ilu:o" of the' I )"tr rt t'ourt of the 'Tenth .oli,ich;al )i-trictr. cotpcosPed (I...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 June 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. z WE OFFER A BEAJTiLUL LI; E OF OF HAMMOCKS: Prices from $1.50 to Ss.0o. Danna's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best Made. ALL SIZES ON HAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND BLACK. Call on us before Lurchasing; We will Save You IMoney. - -- IID~~·I ~ '_~V·CmlJIIPI-C TYII~Ci~- 4 M iss Sallie l',,llarl IS V'itluit Mrs. A. S. Lwi1, t h's week. Master Charm-Y Yug' is visit jig his graidtathl r, 1i1 St..J l`l h. Miss lBessie Clarke w:tva t h, g.,,t of relatives in St. J ,sephl, last week. Mrs. Miles and little gir> l,)01t several days with Mr. Ml.s this week. Master Mark lhildle is vijitin I ies grandfather in Wat er)pruof this week. Mr. W. S. II. Wailes, of Con eordia parish, is visiting Mr. A. M. Smith. Misses Ethel and Mollie Tullis are spendihtg the sumnrer at Mis sisippi City. Mrs. Ella Snyder and Mrs. Ml. C. Vickers are visiting at Avc:i dale this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Ash ford are receivitrg eongrat...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 June 1908

YOU'RE TOO THIN. £Lw Slight Catarral Deraxgegmets of 1t StomaA Prodce Acid Fr mentatiou of ML Food . It's Stomach Catarrh Some people are thin and always re main thin, from temperamental rea sons. Probably in such cases nothing can be done to change this personal pecliarity. But there are a large number of peo ple who get thin, or remain thin, who naturally would be plump and fleshy but for some digestive derangement. Thin people lack in adipose tissue. Adipose tissue is chiefly composed of fat. Pat is derived from the oily constit sents of food. The fat-making foods are called by the physiologist, hydrocarbons. This class of foods are not digested in the stomach at all. They are digested in the duodenum, the division of the ali mentary canal Just below the stomach. The digestion of fat is mainly, if not wholly, the work of the pancreatic juice. This Juice is of alkaline reac tion, and is rendered inert by the addi tion of acid. A hyperacidity of the ligestive fluids of the stomac...

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