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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 July 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. 0 W WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF H HAMM0CKS: " $1s.5o to $6.00. Damna's Peeriess Ice Cream Freezers, Thb e eUsj a ALL SIZES ON RAND. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AN BLACK Call on us before Purchasing; We will Save You Money. Mr. Slicer and Mrs. Green are visiting at Gayoso, near Church Hill. Mr. A. M. Smith made a visit to relatives at Delhi, La., this week. Messrs. D. F. Miller and E. D. Coleman were visitors to St. Jo seph Friday. Mrs. W. D. A. Gorton, of Wa terproof, speut Friday with Mrs. B. F. Bouney. Mrs. J. C. Phillips has retarned from a visit to her parents in Orange, Texas. Misses Bouney l3rowne and Car rie Hopkius are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bounney. Mr. J. S. Johnston spent sev eral days of his vacation with friends in Madison parish. Miss Lola Lanius returned Sun day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Durbin, in Waterproof. Misses Grover and Baur of Nat chez, are visiting Mrs. Juo. C. Lindsay at the M...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 July 1908

An " m Japanao Iron Making. e were acquainted with fr y7 early times. A sword wa used by one of the aces -or at the present emperor about 600 B. C. Is stll in exlhstene. Later, thei the great civil war broke out In'tbt sixth century, sword smiths and armor smiths oamne to occupy a promi t ent p~ice. Many interesting stories are co mected with sword smiths, al iouns this is no plate to go into these. From this time on down to about three hundred years ago, no aoticeable progrees had been made. At the begininng of the seventeenth century, when the Todkgaw1a dynasty came Into possessielon of tbh political power and peace was roetored all brandea of induritry began to pros pe. The demand for Iron implements inreased and the scariety of Iron wupply began t, he r?.tt.-Engineer .Ing Magazine. AT THE CON('ET. Enthusiast-What wouhl you give 4or a voice like that? Everett True - Chloroform.-Louis tille Herald. Army Athletics. The most important f':,,tor in so ertang the proper athletic sp;...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE " ..* lmbUaImdf Coo" KIimnIO.e cps""" a ~wt wb ROmu'5eh OR'- "v..Q 111146 les .sea l W .h ea~m m Z s. faNMI&~ t~ nofg eeb NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 1908 NO. 46 or. I.,IKm,('HIr.fS AT l. THE ONE PRICE STORE EAGclE 8Hl 1 Lt , Ladie.'s lhurstitehed Canmbric Hland- T EThe celebrated Eagle Slhirts, in Laiesh thee romsro Hand- vDYwhite and colored Madras; de chree rows of VALLEY DRY GOODS COhMP-ANY ltcig -- _10c qiuality to go at. tahd s, 10 n each ..................... lSc AL YDYG OD OP _______________75c LNDERWEAR 3Sc. 1.. GIRMAN SILVER 1,RSE VICK tURG, MISSISSIPPL Men's fine lIsle thread Under Shirts, $1. I .. Lin pink, lilac and cream; also fine Ilandso Geran Silver Purses, OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALES hauzelsleUnder Shirts,5 lianulsoiii (erinan Sliver Purses, etale. ..... irautifully carved and cased; link ceanvle. $..... value ...... 6..S il L i.$ .7(1 vl.....fOer 35c LISLE HOSE 2kc. ______v __ _ . Are still attracting many pleased cus...

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

The Tensas Gazetts. ST.jOSEP. --- LA. PRTDAY, AU'GUST 7, 1908. A'NER E. tGlEEN, - - Ennvar . BCtiIPTINs PAVIP RL In mlrn ,I n .. . - - t CFilalESS. W" ar' anlt ,ori,.d to a•rnonnileu 'l(O. '-. 1. . l LL, of Eat (Carroll P1arilih, a. ."a ,-n l ,tet' fir re cit.tion to 1i( .i\ty-tir-t (',,rir-. from the Fifth f',r n --I, rn i t )i-tri-t of Loofiiana, sub .1 t tter action 'i tiil' )emnratic par ty. Flt OISTRICT 1I8it We are authorized to announce IION..IOIlN S. ROATNER, of ('oncord Li palrlh. ;t, a ndidate for tr-eelectionl to tl e oflice of Judge of Ite Iiirtrict ('onrt of the Tenth .Ju ,'rcial I)ietrl't. nmposed of the Par ihes of 'Tlens:ie: :and Concordian, subject to the actio,n iof the IDemocratic party. 'We ae nauthorized to announce HION..IOtIN DALE, of Correordia pnri-.h. as a candidate for the otli,. of .llitPe of the District ('ornrt of the 'l'enth IJudicial l)istrict, .ljrpoPed of tie l'arishes of 'iensas and ('oncrrtli:,. rsni,tet to the action of the , Democ.ratic p...

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

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. , WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL UNE OF M' HAMMOCKS: R'i" $1.50 to $6.00. Danna's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best Made. ALL SIZES ON HANO. WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND BLACK. Call on us before Purchasing; We will Save You Money. minw Messrs. Jos. M. Davidson and Sam W. Hazlip, Jr., were visitors to Waterproof Thursday. Mrs. I. E. Hendersozn, the very Pflicient )ost-mistiss, is se)n(1di(ng her vacation in Chattanooga. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gibson re turned to Dickard Friday from a visit to her parents, near Gloster, M 1ie. Miss Susie Watsou, the efficient day operator at the exchange, has been indisposed, but is again back at her post. The regular morning and even ing services will be conducted at, the Union Church on Sunday, August 16th. Mr. Louis Buckner, Jr., cashier of the Bank of Vidalia, spent Suni day in St. Joseph with Dr. and Mrs. Dunbar Newell. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker re turned Monday from a visit to his bro...

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

,n Memory of Old Hickory. If the spirit of "Old Hickory" dhouM decide to journey to the spot ar which he entered the earthly ase of this tabernacle in 1767 he would hrdly recognize the place. sc eat has been the change. The wllderrees has been made to bloom. od in its midst stands the thriving ow of Wax'haw. He would soon discover, however, that he is not for. ottes, for a bronze tablet on the rail road station proclaims the fart that near this place Andrew Jacks~on was bern. And Squire Henry N. McWhort er, who lives hard by, is always ready to greet the spirlt of the great An draw with "Welcome, dear guest and ghost." -Waxrhw correspondence Charlotte Observer. TANTALUS IN PETTICO"'I S. Stella-"A dreadful experience, you say?" Bella-"Yes, I saw a bargain in wboes when I had a hole in my stock hs."-Neow York Sun. This woman says she was saved from an operation by Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound. LenaV. Henry, of Norristown, Ga., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: " I suffered untold miser...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., PRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 1908 NO. 47 MAIL ORDERS WILL THE ONE PRICE STORE WE PREPAY FREIGHT BE FILLED SAME DAI TLHTETHE VALLEY DRY GOODS COMPANY CHMAILERON ALL ORDERS ARE VICKSBURG, MISSISºSIPPL OF $5.00 OR RECEIVED ONE OF THE MOST RIGID POLICIES OVER. 3i;N'S BI..a'K SECILIAN COATS which this store has adopted and maintained is strict adherence to the truth in its advertising at all times, and under all circum- ROLL OF 40 YARDS. $:',.1 For n;on's mohair single coats stances. Perhaps that is one of the reasons for the gratifying success which has attended this business since its This is an excellent grade of China in Lkck and gray---worth re $5.00. inception. Not the slightest vestage of untruthfulness or exaggeration of any character is allowed to at i- fim, lose weve e -- r, a van creep into our publicity: Whenever you see a value quoted, a price named or goods sev-ral colors, neat desirable pat For Pekin trip and Check Wor-A descri...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 August 1908

h Tensas Gazette. T. JSEPH,- - - LA., OR DISTRICT UD11, E. : at, l rio / lp to ani n 11 e 11i \. :. 1: 1 Iirislm. as a c- litate f ort t" i ti o t ie on i'ret-, fr the oIfth , i i al. Irit trict of t. ni-i- a r, w: +e c tia n .f t die euofrathie :par ( are nmithorized to annotlnce It NIl. .IIl N IOA TLE, ; vneornlia Inprish. a crandidate for .et irn to tle otltl ee of .i e of ) ri r, liot r f t t ,Tth I iiicil IT ist il, l istri,"t. eof nposed of the 'Par IIf T'rdi:. ihjeanat tInordia. subjctin of tI a.tic of the Democratic party. FOR DISTRICT AITORNE[. Sthe te orized to announce Prih II. )N. .Oil N , ).A'lN, I ncallir h a p:riilh. lnt :s r rlcand ate for , lhe o f(lic e of Iitri Af the iat trict S ilart of t ie Trenth ofudicial District . i t st ried of the ariishltcs l of Tiensas r ni .. . tne vtl:i a jectll to Uoil action of ,i .t aliil i of t ie , Hlocratic perii , it ;\e last, stilfcitor. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. To the Voters of he nsth Parudicish I hall he a enni nte ni...

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

Summ;er Comfots AT 7 A , WE oFrER A BEAUTIFUL lUN OF c HAMMOCKS: Rices r a $1.s to S6.co. Dana's Peerless Ice Cream Freezers, The Best Mad. ALL SIZ,.S G, HN. . WATER COOLERS. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Wire, GALVANIZED AND tLACK. CaIll on us before Purchasing; We will Save You AMoney. Allis Salli' Ne1 ll a i visitinl Mrs. J.. 1). Fultz. at Nvwellttn. Mrs. S. SPlom n ha; return d from a visit to B;r~own's Wells, Miss. Miss Emma Mile, of Dlhi, La., is visiting her fat hr in St. Ju seph. Miss Annie Stackhousne of Meem phis, is the guest of, Mr. S. \. liazlip. Miss Mary Riddle is visiting Miss Riuth Ellis, at Afton, ili Madison parish. Misses Lena and Mil red llunt er are the giiu.est-, f their aunit, Mrs. C. C. Skinniier. Misses Alice :tanl M:rjrio D)a vidsoion spnt TIue"'day in \Wat.r proof, with r-.lative,. Mr. Edgar Hiddl, sp,,t hisi v: cation this week with irlat iv, in West Carroll pari-h. Mrs. Emile Mavyer and childr.,: have been sojmurninug alt ir,,vn'n W\ells, Miss.,...

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

The Last Move. Bobby is the son of a Methodist minister and has had the esperience of "moving" tour times in the space of his eight years' life. He disap proves strongly of the itinerant sys tem which is the bane of the Method Let olergy. Some time ago an elder ly minister was visiting Bobby's father and directed his attention to the small boy, asking him many questions of a semi-theologioel nature. Finally the course of the conversation turned to heaven, and Bobby was asked con cerning the abode of the blest. "Yes,"'' said the youngster, with a sigh of deep weariness. "I know. It's the last plkoe we've going to move to." --,Atlanta Conatitution A NUW ULSS. "The climat.' here is salubrious, Isn't it?" remaerked the tourist. "Say friend," replied the native, 'Jest write that there word down fur me, will yer? I git tired o' swearin' at this climate in the sarne old way. That's a new one."-Philadelphia Press. FIVE MONTHS IN HOSPITAL Icharged Because Doctors Could Net Cure. l.vi P. Broc...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1908 NO. 4 -- - I -al- - I. .. . .. . . . . . ..e - MAIL ORDERS WILL THE ONE PRICE STORE WE PREPAY FREIGHT BE FILLED SAME DAY THAT THE VALLEY DRY GOODS COMPANY ALORD ORDERS ARE VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPL OF $5.00 OR _RECEIVED ONE OF THE MOST RIGID POLICIES OVER. ,iS' ll..1 .i SE:'lI:.IN t t, which this store has adopted and maintained is strict adherence to the truth in its advertising at all times, and under all circum- OL OF s. ' rr:, " oh si,' '": stances. Perhaps that is one of the reasons for the gratifying success which has attended this business since t's This is an excellent grade of China I ,: ra unin~d r inception. Not the slightest vestage of untruthfulness or exaggeration of any character is allowed to atting-good. firm. close weave - 1 AIM creep into our publicity. Whenever you see a value quoted, a price named or goods r O t desirable pat o r n Chk r- described, plase regard those statements as a...

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

The Tessas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH,- - - LA. FRIDAY, ,UUC.:1 ' :'., 1'U.. gg-RNF E. G;I:EE:N. - - T'i.... Aae Avivee'l zrar . if. * FOR CCY1'iESS. - rk , ,, . co li_.[w 't :re '.i.-. l'Y-i-l,, :l.- l':,,. i l" :', f, ; 1 ,I ,i, "i  the -i .tv '-!irt (',,re ,. i ' , ject to the artln of th I, .' ::l . FOR DISTiI!T J'JE. We are authtiorizedl to :'.iou'te( IlON.,I()I!N ,. II(OAT' I, + of (' uordil: a parish.. a ,t:Mli': t' for ri-t lithi.tlot to tl I of,<'' of .if l t: the ºi.-sIrhl ('oart of it.' Tittill .i d'ciil I)istrlr t. comnp: o e!d of ,;i, I',i ishes of 'I'enli.; l 1 n ' lit t,^ 'o i n.: .. ,!It'~,.l to the iactilti of the tI 0 l rtio i .. . We are authloried t o :' tontitei HON. .O!l t) \i.1,.. of C'oncordia piarh. a crlttii,: te fir the oflie of .hild.re of thi l Ili-trioi t~ollrt of thel 'T'lth .lih!cih l Itiitrictl. (aii.ipoed oif Ilte I'aiihes of 't'ien=s and (Concord la:. snhjcct to Il. ('ti,,:i of the Democratic itarty. fiR DISTRACT ATICRIEY. To the Voters of ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 August 1908

8 A K E"~L- YU~I-·IIU~. do.Q` ; WE OFFER A BEA'JTiFUUL Lti :F º}=-F - { HAMM9DKS: PS arim Danna's Peerless ice Creoý Fr CZ,;s, The Bzst Made. ALL SiZFS ON HA 4 }. WAThR COOLERS. Screen Doors, Sc'r""n V ii W s, is Scrci /Wiee, CA L'Thii FM- SLAG(. I . ..ý.aý!a:ýrý`!evn~nmns i t Call on U's ) ~~xiil ~ ~ Sav Yu ±) IrvI eral days this wi<k with 1, nI, in St. Jo'p1h. Mrs. D. L. I ,Vgrs, Ut \:-1. burg, iS t i k Mrs. W . l):vis . Mr. It. 11 Fri, ch lhas ,. tl, Jackson, TnIIt., lt'r his tiu:i.iv who h:a:'.' v.lpp t t "o :!ttla ti, " tit , 7 Mlr. Brutc,' lBa'sr, of Chaltta nmooga, T-'Iin., Is tih' :; t t ?1 .lr. and Mrs. W. Nt. J)avidscn tihl week. Mrs. S. f.. Phillips and Mr. L.i'oyne Iodgrs, o. f \Vi. ksiurg, are the giosts lof `Ir,. WV. J. Steen this wc,',k. Mr.s. Andrew Jack'n am, l daughtr, e i.s Ilatut , .1ak:, ,i , of Hai, rl.iittlr., l,., w, r lle gut'-:s this week of Mrs.. W . . ani s. Mr. ChlildreS r'et url,ed rtiis week from a visit to his .,i hum,, in Jackson, Tl',o . 1,'au...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 August 1908

'W 1 Leland Stowell of New (dierhbee the results of the fd the children of some of the JIsafd the City Hospital for Chil es Wards Island on milk from a ar herd that was afterward as msatale4d to be tuberculous. The 4was tested and all the animals S had to be killed, as the test aed ame degree of tuberculous lIm e dl. All the children who bse tfed on this milk were test SW Mhe ophthalmo-reaction, 77 is Of these 1) reacted; 13 were suedl cases of tuberculosis, and $ asse not tuspected ot tuberculosis. M.o author conoludes that fresh, Me l ai is more wholesome than a8a1rised milk. The danger of in* sn f(rom tuberculous milk is slight. Lees than 10 per cent y in the whole hospital was Am to tubereulosts.-Medical eI .md. Jane 20. 1908. The burden of my song must be ruie, and the teaching of every les n has been trust. Bishop Han ¶Ws woman says that after masths of suffering Lydia E. 'bukham's Vegetable Compound Sbae dher as well as ever. I Forgke of Isburg,VaI "1 wat other suffering wom...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 August 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE G..AZ* AaM m C @aan a c e ., aI mS .e . oC IU Q es. W ! W St e lsw a n h r 'W im eme a n * *ie. la t See ha Kw e -m m Kn w e e Owa . e a .r m NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1908, NO. 49 SPECIALS. THE QJE PRICE STORE- SPECIALS. " (.- , Silk Parasols worth1..................$.0 ,, 'i li ;;iss, a yard.. V ALLEY DRY GfOODS COMPANYyard w ;,4d.- ,.it,...........r...Lingerioth Men's 65c Blue Mercerized Under yard l ..... r... .L. ....i . c shirts, three for..........:$1.00 2,r n',. l. n 47, inch, a yard, 1.-. VIC SURG, lTl SSISSIPPL 0 Yard Wide Bler. hed Domest ;0, ,sIl ,, c :il: l'ongee, all colors, yards for .............D . 16 S loir .................... c END OF THE SEASON SALE. .50KaserSlk Gloves, 16button, k Ir ...... 2 This final cleaning up sale does not just happen. It is the result of legitimate business conditions. An absolute rule of this Boy's Knee Pants, a pair . $1. ',€t\ilt,0 Wash Skirts, each. .7&',3c yrd fr W rte ttn ,-,,,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. — 28 August 1908

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FITDAY, AUG(UST l', 0k08 ASRNER' E. (UREEN. - - :nllo. SpgiIP'litN i K,%Il.Y n t I .5 FOR CONERESS. art'e e r nl hiri7A 1 1' annoin'e fi ' i . JO)S. F. l:.\N'du :M.I,, of i-st C:rrll I'ariMh, as cail liL4. * f'.r ri.-.l.eetl , ,ol to the Sixty-fir*t ('cigr.'e., fr,:, th. Fif:th Cogre sional District ,f Louisiana, sml, ject to, the acti,tu of tih ,.D muocratie !,ar ty. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce HON. JOIN S. BOATN ClU, of Concordia parish, as a candidate for re-election to tie offcle of .ludge of She i)lstrict Court of the Tenth .Ju1 d'eiml 1)istract, comtuosed of the Par Isles of 'T'ensas and Concordlin. suliect to the action of tile DIemocratic party. We are authorized to announce lION. JOHN DAILE, of Concordia parish, as a candidate for the oflice of Judge of tile District Court of the Tenth Judicial iistrict, c4nmpos'Pd of the Piarlshes of 'l'enss and Concordia, subiect to the action of the Democratic party. FM...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 August 1908

Summer Comforts AT BAKER'S. <" WE OFFER A BEAUTIFUL UNE OF di HAMMOCKS: P'""'ro $1.50 to $6.00. Dana'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. _mu ~mimanssmm~ I · l)r. Mark Andrews is the gue.st. of his daughters in St. .Joseph to day. 1iss .,So P'art,'", of Silver City, lias-., is visitiiIn M ils I atie Mle+Iý;r. \\'..1. \\atsoii and Or Janiido ,I Aliii a:uill up Friday in h1,t( n}tI1 llli'' ii !t . 1liks ('villion of Iti'iarliehi, lilies., is viiting \Izs. Skiniiier a il Mrs. l,,lliins. Quitt. a crlowd fr- in St. Jos'plih allttclded irl:terly c inferm.co lat Wesle' y last 'nlllnl y. l)r. U. N. Clark,-, Iih deiitist, ihas olý'Ile(di ilis OllicK r inll weIll toin for the niext, w~('k. Miss lHiirris if Jaickson, ,Miss., has iaceptled t'rl t ,it )s11i ofi Court stenlogralph r at St. Joseph. Miaster .Jell' \Vhi itta(ker, tof O...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 August 1908

ulseton's Stump. 'aostos's stump" Is the local nanm of the tower of the parish church of pr *t. Beteiph, in Boston, England, es erkokh was damaged by lightning, not CH sbg ago. The ohurch dates from in the feurt*reth century, and its tow we er, 272 feet high, is the tallest but dt assoag the parish churches of e! and. It has 366 steps, one for each day of the year, and the church bi has seven doors, fifty-two windows aM sad twelve pillars, for the days in cc the week and the weeks and months th in the year. Tor the twenty-four m heurs in the day there are twenty ad four steps In the porch by which the ra library is reached. Two flights of staty steps lead to the roof, one for et the seconds, the other for the min- hi stes; and the tower is in f,,i r stories lo for the four seasons. Thus does se time stand still in Boston.--Sprlg. to eold Republican. at Every child is a fresh messenger B of innocence to man, lacking which ti our souls would presently shrivel up pl from spiritual hung...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE anpm agmhl n c.., K.1*r . o mesi ~mw. *me Wewa.a or ,magha WW.Meheel. in Kw UOC NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA.. PRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1906 NO. 50 SPECIALS. THE ONE PRICE STORE SPECIALS. $5.00 fancy Silk ParasoL.... G O M P A Nor yard wide black Taffeta 20c White Dotted Swiss. a yard.. loc Men's 6wh B.ue Merceri.d Under. c white and colored Lingerie Cloth, V A LLEhirt, three for .......... G O O D SCO M PA NY yard ...................10 Yard Wide Bleached Domestic, 1 25c French Lawn 43 inch, a yard, 13c VI~vC UR MIISIPP. yards for ..... t 50c ad Silk P5c Silk Pongee, all colorsEND OF THE S ASON . . ., .......... yard OF T HE.. SALE. $1.50 aye Sloves 11 button, 35c Gauze Lisle Hosiery, tan and olos one fo SArO ....... S black, tr ash Skirt........... e.. This final cleaning up sale does not just happen. It is the result of legitimate business conditions. An absolute rule of this B"' Knee rants, a .i. gs 50e Puritan Boluses age 2 to 12 3.5 concern to carry no good...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 September 1908

The maas Gaette.. SL JOSEP , - - - LA. tRID)MA,. SEPTEMBER 4, 1908. WBNRRUb. (REEN, - - ErDITO oa Aivrasew. " As-TO THE PRIMARY. The Stat.; election news, a.afttr as it is recived, establishes Con gressman Pujo's triumphant nom iiiation over Mr. P61k iii the Seventh Congrtssional District. In the Sixthi where three per sons are conteeting for the con gressional) rnomination, Messrs. Wickliffe aud Favrot will contend in a second primary. As to the judgeship of the Su preme Court the indications are that Justice Provost.y has been inominated. The returnis are not complete, but as far as they are in he leads M). BJeazeale by 3, 516 votes, while the latter leads Mr. 8ompayrac by 2,460+ JUdge Provosty shbold get another thou sanud votes by the complete re turns, which will give him the niomination. A'b the worst lie will have to try aiother primary with SAr:- Breazeale.-Picayune. The-Vickshburg Herald pays the kfllowiug deserved oompliment to Hon, Joseph E. Rausdell, ourdis tinguished Re...

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