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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 February 1910

THE TENSAS GAZET 1I" EW ERIES VOLi. XVI. ST. OEP . .,. ... 5' "I NFW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,, 1910 - :NO. 5 S... s ub -IA AImh. KA. I I-A I III I I Il I a Uu I I1 Diedge Digging ga Feet Every 24 Hours uucauc'mTONum paasters are for Excllsve f pupils. Man Who Pass. ed bags Check Arrested. Girl is Drowned. '1$-year-ld girl was burned td sear Keatchie. A. L Chetlain, of Chicago, ill at Hammond. s ere injured in an auto accident near Houma. Acadia Parish Boys' Corn was organized at Crowley. Sanchez dropped dead in his *e ateon" At Baton Rouge. * Acadia Parish Truck Growers' ties was organized at Crow or Sanders spoke at the of the Breaux Bridge tistool. Irrigation canal was completed rice farm of Dix & Martin at polnt, La. s RBonn, the boss barber of SResge, was elected mayor gorge Osmond Maher. l' receiver for an Indiana bank ate Cosmopolitan Bank and 0oinpanv of New Orleans. j.4 eial session of the St. Landry Ju$ry was called to investigate of proh...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 February 1910

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FMIDAY, FBBRUARY 11, 1910. AitER u. GREEN, - K mlns. 8 Inm e alv . I.50 Saor " Fleeil a lae St.k 1 t SIM1 Is N l s ia SIti u IMf la. (Natches Democrat.) Mr. Henry C. Luckett, of this city, Assistant Land Commissioner of the Illinois Central Railroad, has just consummated an important land deal in Concordia prish, La. The tract sold was the "Monona" plantation on Lake St. John, near the Tensas parish line, and contains 1228 acres. The purchaser was Mr. Oscar C. Ritchie, of Anderson, Ind., who came South some months ago, look ing for a more congenial climate than that of his northern home. After visiting Florida, South Ala bama and Georgia, he came to this section and was convinced that no plane be had seen compared with ts regian. The purchase price of the planta tim was $25,000. Mr. Ritehie will tile drain the labd, sad prepare it for the latest mithods of "intensive farming," as he is desirous of raising crops that ead be iod in the marketa at big is wealthy e...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 February 1910

Mississippi Electric Co., S stica C'tracti ad bhpiribfl o Wrin a Sa d ty.l moToR CARS MOTOR CARS I re: "rI ce 21,563 $2,401 52,756 I$___ _ 1Garage and Automobile Livery. Electrical and Automoble Supplies of Al Kinds. " Cer. roe Vicksburg, Miss. A. G. CASSELL CO., (Successor to Hlardaway & Caeeell) Wholestale Druggists. Manufacturces of the Famous Famaily Benedies lI nH City Cidll Tonic Hi City Aunteptl Hn City Liver Pills H ity Cou C Balsam nHICity Sarsaprilla HM City Hog ! Cholera Cure H.City Horse and Hl City White Cattle Powder Ledestone UmnIaet Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic 1They are Considered Standard Wherever Sad. 6w".". ts. j Vicksburg, Miss. "Ravenswood" Syrup! Manufactured without the uae of Sulphur, Lime or any Chemical. Retaining the nat ural flavor of the pure juice of the Cane. l. New Cypress Barrels and Halves, at ...... 40c OManM " " " S ad to tlgaro Kes " ...... Sc " " loss Jars, 1 Dense to Case " .... $2.10 S.... 1 " 1*2 to - II " ...... 3.90 M...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 February 1910

Woman's Power OverMan dmgas elwes her s iae ya + i lnnm n mmm tae ns tne  n uo. wiiag. WLhe ol r It a ld a lll.'a a d m le i w odew eaow - eor ý k t s .y an J5 b . The w rrl" Ihr rrweek Sgod to, sereetive ao her, L .r. l .t wLlO and a1 a rwoman. Dr. RV. er, ei, ,N.Y., w Sohtf r e a lble pyia, he nedb hri p ed.d e'. of wome. II hsu ces soomful rmed ar aes** r i ss h o w n ua s D. 'Piero * P Fo rk e P res. rip tiesa . It is a br the weakeeeses ad disorder peuli' a o wome. It pIr esr s ,igea.6m sead beals. Medicidselers el it. No Aeaet dealerl we - eioo eeept a substitute I order to make a little lrgerl pert. IT MAKEr WEAK WOMENW TRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. r. pbwds M alo F/ts rals sa soltl st, Lmes rel /sh ASH mrofit,ot Necessity,is the Test Why did you buy 1. farm machinery. ipre! iiv. stock and seed. sad the best varieties of fruit Because the man who sold them to you convinced yo that they would pa. Proceed on the Nw basis whe ou buoy fertilier. Get the Improved oertillser--the kind...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 February 1910

Mv.. - - . . THE TENSAS GAZET NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18., 1910 mrPT( (ITill" I Fanm, to kikam n. ( m... . .. . ESIINC STATE INEWS Woman Takes Rat Poison y Mistake ft RAISE CANE IN ST. TAIR Aa Wuld-b Train Wreckers Fall in Swhe"ir I'urpowe. Strong Talk of Peanut Factory at Ruston. -Other Items. SA truck growers' association was ersanized at Jennings. S ev. Dr. John Gray has been crit ,silly ill at AlexandrLa. .Alexandrla awarded a contract to t- e a 12-inch artersian well. , lases on oil an.l gas property In oeh Caddo ficird will be assessed. Qtue.jiate Itirarn; of Vermillion b held a-reunlnn at Abbeville. - Levy Ealand, of l;unkle, shot and killed hinmself In a box car at Boyce. It is reported that stock' stffered gsyerely in the cold weather last Week. Steekholders of the Dixie Fair met - lbaland and elected oflloers and ers. Mayor W. F. Ccoper and Marshal J. Payne were renominated at Mrs. F. A. W. Davis, of Indianap winter r.ojourner in Covington...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 February 1910

'ras'umas 9a= . ST. JOSEPH, -- - LA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910. £A3 3. Q GREeN, .- - inorao K to n..... 8 1.5() NATIVE AND FOREIGN BORN PEOPLE. Cemm Bureau's latructmlos Regard leg the E.merado of Them. Washington, D. C., Feb. 16, '10 What the census enumerators are required to learn regarding the place of birth of native-born andforcign born persons, and other personal facts concerning the latter class, in taking the-Thirteenth United States Census, beginning April 15 ni-xt, iftally set forth in the printediin structiikhs prepared by the United States Census Bureau to guide thenm in filling the population schedule. It is pointed out that all the ques tions relate only to conditions exist ing on April 15, the "Census Day." On the subject of place of birth of a native-born person the instruc tions state that if the person was born in the United States the enu merat9r is to give the State-or Ter r.'-A- (not city or town) in which born. A person bori in what is now West Virginia, North...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 February 1910

SMississippi Electric Co., ----- AGENTS-. MO1..sCAlRl aMOR CaRS M M11 A. G. CASSELL CO., (Successor to HIrdaway & Cawel) ManaElctriralc-rf tue 1ma A 4 Aemebpdia ýd l A. . CASSELL CO.,Mty a (Suc Powe sor to H sdsms u C Lldl) Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonmc holesale Vicksburg, Miss. S"Buster i Brown" M W., Ea . biM attI , Cu -as C i " SOm mmm & M. J. WAT TSKE. t &sos, S411423 irr" Sh te " a t il 1.11 C N& aM U L L S Elic OuPAINTS oc.s- , iS WATTS KEAMY & STNS, l Pres . .UsSH S. Oe PeILA s re el ee i Lowest *. .. ho You. We Abe jug~ i~rd ~ SodS. -4D ,~I~srue -- MW adM, .  advtised in theasste, BRn tr Brown, the ebratd and pop uaer ebarater and his bfmou dog "Tlp" appeared at a. Joseph on Maday evening at the store of W. B. Baker Son, in the interest of the Brown ShoeCo., of f . Louis, which Halie of shoes is handledin 84. Joseph clusively by this Arm.n. Baster is a very unique character, 41 inches high and weighs some 0 or pounds. He is about 50 year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 February 1910

SILER CITY LADY A VICTIM Irn. Glsltand, of Slier Ity, Wu t la d Shaps a la Resalt del Attack of the Grip. Sier City, N. C.-"I was in bad sbe," wrtes Mrs. Sarah J. Gilliland, of ids ple, "after an attack of the Pr; as bothered with womanly trou ble, but since tadking Cardui I am much improved. It has done me more 4bod than the doctors and I feel it sav dI life, after all other methods had "I tbank you for the good that Car dul ht done to me and hope every lady who suffers will try it. I will redgoStead it to my friends." You can rely on Cardui being of ben efit to you. Its ingredients are mild herbs, lving a gentle, tonic effect on s the fespale constitution. The special I herbs are grown abroad and imported - by us direct. They are not in the armappel , nor for sale at druggists, except as put up by us, so you cannot the effect of Cardui, except by buy Cardui, the woman's tonic. No other medicine or tonic has ex actly the same results as Cardui, no other has the record of 50 years o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 February 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE mom' e W SERIES VOL XVII ST. " .JOSEPH. LA. FRIm DAY FEBRUARY 25.,1910 _ sNO.7e o. SE W SERIES VOL. X VII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25~ 1910N.7 INTERESTINC SiATE NEWS Greenburg Farmers in Better Shape Than Ever Before. IliAL ROUTE OF 96 BOXES DEIED Prominent Lumberman Killed By Fire Engine. Work on Big Drainage District Begun. $60,0(N) Heal Estate Ikeal. )pr. E. E. Souller was elected mayor of Broussard. Bud French rescued child from drowning near Franklin. George Wycoff, assistant traveling auditor, di. d at Baton Rouge. East Baton ilouge adopted an ordl ance regulatirg automobile traffic. North I.oultsan parish fair officilals will meet Mlareh 10 at Calhoun. Seven nlegros,, at Opelousas are ac eased of operating blind taigers. The grand jury at Napoleon re turned two indictments for murder. The case of Pitro Corrado was continued at Abbeville until Feb. 28. State Traveling Auditor Archie Smith is to have another assistant. The Louiiana State Farm Land ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 February 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITro SUBSCR1IPTloK VKARg.1' t .5 Inl Atwaneras. The Soyalean. The foilowing lit of iifi llh: inl relative to the Soya lie:an iill n, doubt be read with the, great,.t in-i terest by planters in tii is, pa ish where the bean has allra',y bli 4! introduced anl: has prve~ t,, II Ie well adapted to this ;,il :inld liimat, and has thrived spleliendly, shnw ing altogether very astidf:.'t .iy I, suIts, as evidencedl iv tc fact ItII-t some of nour niost pr,liinert ,latn ters are giving increase I nareag', to this new product anl utunh.sitatilig ly reconmmendlc its c·ultivatiio in this section, and en,lors,. fully the lia r its of the kean is set fr'lth ill tie following fromnt H{ony : Ilicky ,,f Memphis: lOYA EIii.ANS--TIIII .I I11 IN. SThis has lbtn grown il .Jip,:in and ('China for imoire thian 11)0 year and is largely responsible fr the continued fertility of their soils. V.\ARIETIE-. There are al...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 February 1910

MIississippi Electric Co., ial C tractig ard PrF2irirg, ad rICuse Wiring a Spechaly. ·gtrait Whit-Stiamir CARS MOTOR CARS $il5l $2,I1 $2,715 $4,111 Oarage and Automobile Livery. Electrical and.,Automobile Supplies of All Kinds. g *,ca. ca.d Monroe ts. V ckB ' rg, Miss. - n ti A. G. CASSELL CO., i( . "t : t' , . l l ,l y ('a- ell) n and Retail Druggists. Manufachirre,' of I'f 1. I . i. 1" ndiR, dii,,i rir· lTI i l City Chill Tonic ' Hill City Antiseptic V Mi City:Liver Pills lill City Cough Balsam a 1 i City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure P . ig City Horse and hill City White a. Cattle Powder Lodestone Liniment tl SPitt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. ow, . l"'a . a Vicksburg, Miss. ti L "Buster Brown" BLUE RIBBON SHOE 1 aFor-- h P uCHILDREN & t ! 1 d . j GROWN-UPS SIBest Leather, v Bs Prettiest Shape i -* and Wears Longest. FOR SALE BY ft 4 % BAKER & SON. e, i. WATTS KEARNY & SONS, 419-423 Cradver Street,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 February 1910

Ewry Heqpwle ows ithat Lard as e teii. " UNION " ODORLESS COOKING OIL. THE UNION OIL COMPMANY Departmeat "C" New Orleoas, La 50 Per Cent Better "I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking it. "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was Irregu larity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I am greatly improved and will recommead Car dul to all my suffering friends." TAKE C ARe cC 48. The Woman's Tonic The rare medicinal herbs of Cardul are imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be found in any other medicine. These ingredients are what give Cardul its superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite wom an's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its res...

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 March 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE r. , NEW SERIES VOL XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1910 NEW sEIIES VOL XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY. MARCH 4, 1910. NUMBER, 8. sin n nHi ln l SlATFST LOUISIANA NEWS State University Trouble Has or Been Ended W ISSUE WPl nO, on i nb Two aBg Sawmills to be Erected. th Child's Skull is Fractured by mt Playmate. Sudden Death to From Heart Trouble. The troubles between the faculty ea and cadet crops of the State Univer- be ilty have been settled amicably ao .ithrough t'ne mediation and good of- ch dees of the senior class of that inl- tl stitutlon. Gordon Hynson, who of ca used all the trouble by stealing the s chapel roll, has confessed and will ho be punished. Stovali, who presid- lN ed over the indignation meeting, and as Tilly, who delivered the resolutions s adopted by the meeting, the former having been suspended and the lat ter placed under arrest have been re instated. Several cadets who saw It the roll when it was taken will also me ge- t punishments...

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 March 1910

ST. JOSEPH, - - -_LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910. A, ana s x . E-uo,. .. ... $1.50 ilJw F TE S.M W WasaunrroN, D. C., March 2, '10 aLetters from the census supervis ore to the United State Census Bu rau show the erroneous apprehen alon of a considerable element of the population that their answers to the enumerators' questions in the next census, beginning April 16, this year, will cause increased ::e. tOn, legal entanglements, or injurious consequences to their per sons and property. In order to quiet such unfound ed fe s, which would, unless re moaed, materially affect the aecu racy of the census, the bure'au has prepared an official statement rela tive to the decennial census, its origin, purposes, and uses. S This statement should furnish complete assuranes to those con eained that information given the enumersators is held by the Census Bureau in the strictest confidence with reference to the identity of the bureau and commanded by tid , law of the Uftsd States. The Iurea earnest...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 March 1910

Mississippi Electric Co., iatractig ad. Eqaikig. laste Wfig a f _ _ _;E S __. I n-a Ill TIII I _ CAASS - * (re a $;1.e _______________ggis s Garage and Automobile Livery. Electrical and Automobile Supplie oN Al KMl . .' oroe sta. Vicksburg, MI.s. a A. G. CASSEIL CO.,' (Succeeesor to IHardaway & Caell) and Retail Druggists. emtflactvr)era of the Fcamous Famrnily Remedies'MI - atr curi Tic H cCity Arte ls d - car Liver Psi, HO Catye.ubrn a- . bi a- c, sar.apris anM Cy Het Ca chem ar, E M ary Hone d elna ly wns catae Powder Le6oeuin Lu t. 6 SPlatt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chl Toniac b Tey an Caidered S enard W reve S Ua .g:' S Vicksburg, Miss. . .A "Buster S Brown" SBLUE UNUE jlS 1*S aS -. WAl KEA - & Ua r g . I MULES! i Li Ianitngt , Natchez, Miss. ". STABLE, soI ..MA, SMi T Our Pens are Well Stocked with l-sPr eI us o YI, LE OLD ST US o' p u iMbha. The aebs b was estertaned on lb W nlght by the bateelor member. Mis nesm a the Tenasm Club, which wae ruly dmeoratsd Ia honor...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 March 1910

":na~m40 -' 1 rb Ibae~u~ nsaffrmsdTt ýý[~ ~ 11rN 1[B 11. UA 1. E1 .1 .Im -AnEH QAw l, ·PlgCT~ HAVE QY~N TO IEnorrs ALI Wf1 I1HSOrENIUVItMl~l mmt ~* Icc~klu~~,-U's Wham tmaa tous his fob bl wite up se it tp.. aosut $d his y womain" ouhine.. . a roum ecrssmloas f p am _ mlii.. Mr eels utre e 'lhe ... of bsww to the 60i m Wk taue fis tOrs agL eId-ie~ mat . urn admire their hem bsaifbsbm sirses Mty. ffn .. fie tkr.3 Sft s nowq to rmalaa poor as It har sois eur sfetmme. . . aria ' no as mb m arsm the "si M tak wham yes waste a sJll kgb v.5 tO Msere a pemp ShAD FUL :, do ~,gn 1 · NV o mms l~~t- -'3. -. desgr, Tea.--I esutauly was in a swm e mim m when I wrj tj fe anise, weiles Mrs. Calvin ones, of e. Tat. --} ' "I s-Eared a Drst deal wi du" ~bqfd~sp bat after of arSl lif ýbyp -ast MCare uresred syu to for the &eudf e sad whoal it "cam- ii was ma tblf as bad as theedins) W hlhd before. I new help evea isy wi h hoswewoekan ami ! escri "Corn h tied y fne for f .esyshae. My ael~sbors pr-s...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 March 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE *M * w Ow. -L-sl e ý a " .. ,"r e= m a WM a La e ýM" NEW SERIES VOL XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY. MARCH 11, 1910. NUMBER. 9. FORTY PARISH CORN CLUBS Truck Growers Organize for Better Railroad Facilities IfER DIVORCEMENT IS FAVORED -4- Glanders at Natchitoches. Boiling Tar Sets Negro Girl's Dress on Fire and Results in Severe Burns. Trades ºDays. A rice mill will be erected at Vi dalia. Fire at Lake ('harles caused $7, 000 loss in the blusine.ss district. Ladies at I.Jfayette organized a civic league to beautify the town. gih recently inted Tensas Ba sin Levee Board organized at Ray ville. The Donaldsonville Chief and Donaldsonville Times were consoll dated. Captain L. D. McLain, 60 years old planter and capitalist, died at Monroe. The Pietro Corado murder case was continued at Abbeville until April 4. Julian Waller, 11 years old, was drowned in the Ouachita river, near Monroe. General A. A. Booth initiated a class of 1 1) Woodmen at Donald soaville. The Louisian...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 March 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrror. SUBSEISPTION WRARU.Y 1 (4 eIM A Svte'e. PIR'OC'II )1 NO 1 u, TilK POLICE JURY. STATE OF LOUISIANA, Parish of Tensas. St. Joseph, La., March 7th, 191iD Be it known that on this 7th day of March, 1909, it being the tirst Monday in said month and the day for the regular meet ing of the Police Jury of the Par ish of Tensas, said Hon'l. Body met at the Court House in St. Joseph, La. There were preseant: Mr. F. H Curry, President, and Mesers. John Murdoch, R. B. Lynch, W. A. Register, D. Muir and Louis T. Hunter, members. Absent: Mr. J. G. O'Kelley. The committee appointed at the last meeting to have bridge built on ('rianea-Thistle Ridge road reported that same had been built 1b Mr. B. F. Horneby, the lowest bidder, at the price of $320.00, and that same had been properly and substantial ly built. A committee composed of Messrs. F. H. Curry, Louis T. Hunter and R. H. Whitney was appointed to ins...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 March 1910

Mississippi Electric Co., Electrical Cctrta rg zrd Repairing, and IIR se Wirilg a Specialty. DItroit WhitebSteam OTOR CARS MOTOR CARS rice: rice: $1,560 $2,36 It ý toi' to $2,750 $4,036 Garage and Automobile Livery. I:lectrikal and Automobile Supplies of All Kinds. Cor. Clay º_ an S,:r . Vicksburg, Miss. A. GC. CASSELL CO., ],, .... r t.lI !Iarlaway & (a. ell) ani RetWho le Druggists. an t Reail Hill City Chill lonic Hill City Antiseptic 1111 City Liver Pills Hill City Cough Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure niH City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Liniment Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They arc Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Clay and Vicksburg, Miss Washington Sts. Vicksburg, Miss. "Buster * I Brown" . BLUE RIBBON SHOE '. - .. For - a ] CHILDREN& GROWN-UPS k1 Best Leather, i Prettiest Shape Y and Wears Longest FOR SALE BY (d i BAKER & SON. 1. WATTS KEARNY & SONS, 419.423 Grawer Street, 1W ORLEAN...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 March 1910

For Pain in Chest For sore throat, sharp pain ki lua, tightness across the chest, hoarseness or cough, lave the parts with Sloan's Liniment. You don't need to rub, just lay it o04 lightly. It pehetrates iastsa tly to the seat d fhe ttoubk, raelves conges. doi and stbph the pain. says "We have used Sloan' Lint ment ft year, and frd it an ac,& lkt thishIr eore throat,cbest pm ý6l, $ hay fever attacks. Al f dr~s taken q u sssr Stp* sough.., ing and ineetitg h outantly." ' Sloan's Liniment is easier t9 ua than porous plastrs, at q4coker and does ootf clgup the poresof the skin. remedy for iik wg or the's Cyprns Cisterns NEW AND.... BECOND-HAND. Material and ?ri A. MIHS & o0., Egrs. at sad Clatborns Ave. 3IW o@assA, :J. AY RENT 3?1m lAWs AYeub o5I'5w . ,eD mser it os x L. se llJACK OiN. i taRod Gutera Supply CoApany, eob , Pon us. Ark. dUPERFLUOUt'. Teaoher-""Now, Tommy, suppose y sU had two apples and you gave an other boy his choice of them, you would tell him to take the bigge...

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