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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL' AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. agate hil6 No. 1. A JOINT IE"tIl.t'TION iroposing an amendment o' the (',ontitatioc of the state of l.oul's'ia for the assepa ewat. ,.-v) and collec.tion of a tax in the parBh of Orleans and :he State of Lou isians. in aid of locating and building an expost:-o it the city of New Orleans to celebrate the cimpletlou of the Panama Canal, raid tax to be e xpended under the direction of the World a Panama Exposi tion Company. tMetiont : ite it resolved by the General A temb:) of the State of Louisiana, two tmerds of all membn.rs elected to each house genaurring. That an amendment to the Con stitution of the State of I.outteana be sub' iftted to the quallitd electors of the State for their sappr, al or rejection as required by Article 121 of the Constitution of the Stats of Ihulsilana at the Congressional election to be held on the first Tuesday next following the first Monday of November, 1910, as follows: The World Panama Exposition Company havin...

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 October 1910

Ts Toesa s Gaet. t. ST. JOSEPH - - - LA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 ABNER E. OREEN, - - EDrroL. SeucnlPTIUSo vCAnLv $1.50 1 In Arvace. A DO WE WANT THE EXPOSmON. It should not be necessary to ex pend time seeking to induce the people of Louisiana to support the two amendments, the failure to adopt which at the polls next month would close the incident and give the exposition to San Francisco. It is of course quite natural that States distant from Louisiana should en tertain a doubtful attitude towards the enterprise, but it seems incon ceivable that a voter living in Louis iana should require arguments to convince him of his interest and duty in this important matter. There are two amendments to be voted upon in November. One of these amendments was submitted by the Legislature at its regular ses sion last May, it provides for a tax of three-eights of a mill on the dol lar of assesment in the country par ishes, and for six-eights of a mill on property in the City of New Or leans, the t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

A A.G. CASSELL CO., (Sucnesor to Hardaway & CaInWel Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Manufacturers of the Famous Family Remedies l gill City Chill Tookl Hill City Antiseptic mgil City Liver Pills Hll City Cough Balsam nil City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Care lil City Horse and IHl City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Linlment platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. W . hi .tos Vicksburg, Miss. SPOT CASH DIAIOID DALBL. C. A. BESSAC, - LEALB IN latches, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc. Fine Reparing a Specialty. Highest Price Paid for Old Gold ud Stler. m o 107 W . COIIERCE ST., :-: NATCHEZ. gJ. Jas. Denny, of "Winter --_tars," went down to Natchez hi Sunday and returned on the r. Natchez on Monday, accom by his mother, who has been --atchez for some time under 1edsl treatment. Mr. Denny's auomhile has been in Baton Rouge - sime time and came up on the Sbs to "Winter Quarters." Wf regret very much to learn of s oidklent that bef...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

c ý TLILII QO®k 1I 'II ter r,*,~ V V· .n AH'/i'L AIVO PIT/~LFJJ and then plunging into its etc first tottering steps with a nis gurgle of exhilaration, reveals tul to us an interesting moment roi In evolution. We are caught back to sir the shadowy starting point of our lit- pa tile history, and behold with modern su -eyes that incomparable act of defiance, jal that sublime and earliest experiment, du which first set humanity on its legs plt and enabled a philosophic poet aeons later, to make the boast that "man be- ra ;ins w ere nature ends." w1 To come upon a new piece of walk- dr Ing ground is one of the joys of life, fir and the joy is one that burns for com- ye monalty. To share the discovery pr with the fraternity of pedestrians is to to take the walk over again, and this is pi what I would do with a particular walk hi in Cornwall. Cornwall is full of good wi walks, for it has more field paths than al any part of England I have yet ex- th plored, but it is for me the walking bt...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

is more soothing than Cold Cream: more healing than any lotion, liniment or salve; Spore beautifying than any orsetic pis dandruff and stops hair ftronm falling out. idllad@ce .REE. .,ablibed - ---- tr IIgHISON'S ORDER OF SPINS ti( gaurried, and Contented Withal, w They Have Mapped Out for Themselves a Pious City. Al to There was called a meeting of the ldent Order of Spins last evening, Li Jl papers were read on every sub- o ptfrom removing grease from car- ol pt to the sad memories that attach hi *a bunch of old letters. The Spine t re having a hilarious time when a attnag Spin got up to make a few re kas. She said that, while they are Lwy now, there was a sad time com ,. "Think of the day," she said, I "whee, having no husbands or chil- at as, you will be all alone." There i mas sniff and then a snort as Spin di Spin recalled wives and mothers g are alone from daylight till dark, Set when some member of the fam y wants waiting on. The sniffing gi snorting increased in volume as ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 October 1910

Liiunderiug Our PaperMoney HE treasury department /, at Washington has just completed a series of novel experiments and as a result of the out come thereof is about to enter on a new activity which is to prove one of the most interesting as well as one of the most effective economies introduced during the present era of retrenchment in Uncle Sam's administrative affairs. The Innovation is nothing short of a scheme for laundering our currency. All the processes of washing, starch ing and ironing will be carried out just as though the articles to be cleansed were linen garments instead of linen paper. The effect of this scheme for freshening the currency. when once the government's plant is in full operation, will be to more than double the normal life of our paper circulating medium and to save the gov ernment considerably more than $1.000.000 per year. That paper money can be washed successfully is not, of course, an en tirely new discovery. From time to time In years gone by indivi...

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 October 1910

TiE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Copany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas Schooa l Board and Fifth L uisiana Levee District. $. P Ap u. NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPII, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910. NUMBER 40. PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana Will practice in the Courts of Madison, Tlensas and Concordia ano before the Supreme Court of the State Strict attention paid to atl hbusiness. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph. La. Will practice in East Carroll, Madison, Tensas, ('oncordia aid the Supreme and Federal Courts. Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St. Joseph. La. In Newell Building., Plank Road Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on La'e Bruen, be property of the undersigned, is post. gi, and any trespataing will be proses ased , F. YOUNO R. H. WHITNEY 8. NEWTON J. E. QUARLES A.E. (IREEN P. F. ASHFORD t. I. CURRY W. J. STEEN I$. ODRIGUEZ O. H. CLINTON 08. CURRY V. L. SEDDON W. M. DAVIDSON Trespass Notice. PUBlIC NOTICE is hereby ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

._____ _ _______ ~ _______ DT F nSi (6 aj St CAREER O,` -CNE KENTUCKIAN From the forests and the mountains of Ken tu ky to the postivon of secretary of state at F Frankfort: trin the state capitol to a gratted cell; ironm the gratedt cell to the very shadow of the .alloaws; from the shadow of the gallows again to the grated cell: fromt the grated cell back to the T forests and the nmountains of Kentucky:; from the 1 forets and mountains to the halls of congress at \ rWashington. This in brief is the history of Caleh Powirs. He has bittn chosen as the Republican S ' -ian didt(te for congress from his district, which is trongly , Ittiulit an. S tllor does a ihumian life contain so much of Aga foe r aitivn-Aunent from humble begin- a rings, so much of tragt-y and of pathos and so Ce t -tatrkabitlo a t ehatiliit tion in public honor. Ca t-lei Powers v ill be a remarkable figure in Wash- d igton. ,ierue of tie, fact tlat fur eight lon;. years he was Immured in a tc pri r lo l 1;outin' to...

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 October 1910

]I~J~iP~P~I" D .ýnA ne~ ;~~li~riJ~~~Y ~A. Z CpPYR/Gff BY iO5EPW B. BOWLT3 ··:· :: ::r;~t~t; 1' 11)-I of Missouri the home of Thomas H. Ben ton. IUnited States sena for from 1821 to 1851, is known only to the stu ldent of history. Web- I ster, ('lay and Calhoun I are familiar words everywhere, yet Benton served in the United States senate longer I than any of these, and was respotisible for 1 iere sound legislation than all of I Oem together. is name was never rplDoently connected with the presi Oeany, yet he accompllished more for I is ceustry than have the majority of W presidents. Thts remarkable man came into the I worid In 17$2. six years after the sign- t lg of the IDeclaration of Independ-( uoc,apd departed in 1858, three years 1 efore the (Civil war. Thus his life cov- I ered the formative epoch of a govern meet by the people in the making, and *aded just before the outbreak that shook the foundations of the republic i sad bathed the nation in blood. For any years he ignored ...

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 October 1910

Th Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, - - - LA. d FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 9110 1 ABNER E. GREEN, - - EIurro. f t V&VIRIPTION YVKARLY w S In Advance. 1.0 The lectures delivered at the y Court House on last Friday night a were indeed int'llectual treats and ' were greatly enjoyed by every one present. Dr. IHnamilton Jones, rep- t resenting the State Board of Health, gave a most interesting and instruct ive talk, accompanied by imagic lantern slides, illustrating in all their horror and loathsomeness the the several plagues to which flesh is heir, viz: tulerculosis, small-pox, I book-worm or pelegra, yellow fever 3 and other contagious dliseases, alnd t outlined the course of sanitation necessary to the eradication of these pestilences. D)r. Jones' proved a, most interesting talker and showedr complete mastery of his theme. Dr. Harris, State Superintendent, also made a most instructive talk in the interest of education and his re marks were greatly enjoyed by all present, especially teachers a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

SON OF THE MASTER 00000000000 By FLORENCE ESTEL.E BROOKS Though the door was opened ever so softly, the semi-invalid upon the bed heard, and turned an expectant face. "Is that you. Sammy?" "Yes, mother, I thought you were asleep." "No, come in. It isn't time for you to go, is it?" "Yes, I ought to be going now, but I'11 come in a moment." HIe closed the door softly behind him and approached the bed, and his niother put out a hand, and drew him down upon its side. "Tell me again, Sammy, of the grand house where you play tonight," she con zed. "Why mother, I told you all I know about it. I never see these houses till -till I go to them. You see we get the engagement through the agency."4 "Rut like the others, this one will be large and fine and full of beautiful things and a grand piano. Of course, I Sammy, there'll be a grand piano?" "Oh, yes." he answered wearily. "And paintings and books-so many books," his mother continued. "It makes me happy to thing of you in such surroundings. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

List of Delinquent Road Hands for Tensas Parish. The following is the list of the delinquent Road Tax Payers for the year 1910. This Tax must be paid promptly or steps will be taken to enforce collection, which will attach additional costs. FIRST WARD. Andrews, Jonas; Bertha Villa. Anderson, Isaiah; Canton. Armstrong, Alien; ('anton. Audley, Dave; Elk Ridge. Andrews, Will; Hollywood. Andrews, Horace; Locustland. Birdstraw, Enkall; Lake Place. Barney, Hamnp; WinterQuarters. Henton, Jno.; Evergreen. Benton, Levine; Evergreen. Brown, Jim; Eastwood. Brown, Jim, Jr.; Eastwood. Boyd, Henry; Eastwood. Brilnson, John; Frogrmore. Brown, Louis; Frogmore. Berry, John; Cane Ridge. Brooks, Enos; Buon. Barber, Clarence; Buon. Berry. Louls; Glen Muir. Bell, Richard; Opossum Run. Barrett, Missu; Bertha Villa. Baker, Wm.; Bertha Villa. Barton, Ernest; Hertha Villa. Blackburn, John; ('anton. Brown. Chas.; ('anton. Harrett, .limn; Elk Ridge. Harrett, John; Elk Ridge. Butler, Milton; Elk Hidge. Brum, H...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

Or E 11(KTEEIDAMI ,PRI 35JlNCHES labs that Ic WIDE !"a emal Sat home aud ,ft fý" ak*K fakr Q Is b hw Ser bg. .....-. PERIýRD i".T ý.y - - we evr nod We have been planlag forMch ablack mi lk sae for mae1 achi S past. and whob the ;t Is start competEng fa or cc. of . .ri. ] seI~als. sowagbla etecan l eery may be looked tor, for the r eeorm 1osr quantity of gods in voilved lrovokee nothing abort of their gete efort to captare the ooreart. We offer ao have t branded"Pris S dda l Fle e ?".: TA FEA~ tiniogaaothiaie be:retPP? brlht We ample It. thogh everyonr knows the taet weave. and ou have our word for it that i. t I .. me usonal bargano. Send it back i1 you don't think so black only. cmid-ae yard...verlesPr adri n r Z l t i-P et 'ud.......................................... ....... ........ Greatest DryGoods Values of the Year Our seo noerings In Dry Goods will be the matlone of the year. We are showing the latest eovol. lua the reatest varietIes, the finest qualities at prices below a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. SeBaate ill No. I. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana for the assess ment. levy and collection of a tax in the Pariah of Orleans and the State of Lou asisas, in aid of locating and building an exposualtiun the city of ŽNew Orleans to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal said tax to be expended under the direcNo eof the World's Panama Exposi tion Company. Seciopn I. a e it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, two third of* al mem.bers elected to each house eoncurrang. That an amendment to the Con stitution of the State of Louisiana be sub milted to the qualitied electors of the State for thaw approval or rijection as required by Artan 3'21 of the Constitution of the - State of Louisiana at the Congressional election to be held on the tirst Tuesday next followiang the fibrat Monday of November. 1910, as follows: The World's Panama Exposition Company basing been orga...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

3' Si ftý. -M 'U "4 '5 4~E*RUa FOR SYSPEPS (c*ARRTor sTO4M Reagors i yt tined its columns wd =7 haiwg hat they ask lao. relusie ao ins o a i itaas, hl fi re a su brought out many imituaios, but slowirnst eq.. Lre hs snwed the. an udier Sowd(ft is male l highly reihed om sd oil and be . It is rin m eemal shuteaisg you , uoa selic. ges .e-i1d iuaeir &sa lard, ala cis mtras lk hbg grame. is asesslfry healtall is unai aid lest. h producas tie m butls psriu sad deiacia., ad is as kh as beor fryis. his ml by lead. g puegrreia dealers everywhere. Be are s dl hr Snowdrift Hogiesr Lard, a emplhasize the at that youes wil sat ierats subsatituti. Made by 1i ScrusuN Cm" nat CL iew YVas Now Ol.... a a A-1 (scus. To cae astlveness the medicie must be sr. thai a apurgative; It must cotal tUck. asrative and cathartic properties. Tuffa Pills passnss these maltme, ad sopedly resters atht bowels their natural peristaltic moets, a ones"ea to A LITTLE TOO PRIMITIVE Shower Eath Arangement Something o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 October 1910

The Caseof the Jaler'sDaughter whoseI nvsiain it-sci EMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whose investigations into psychic phenomena enabled him to cure spiritual diseases and to exorcise evil spirits from the bodies of their victims. 4 4 By H. M. EGBERT A 4 (ueeflbt. un . by W. U. CVha.) (lCmyigbIha Umh t 51t&n.) LTHOUGH our intimacy did not arise until some time afterward, my firV meeting with Dr. Brodsky profound ly impressed me. He was at that time professor of nervous diseases at the hospital to which I had been newly attached-a dark, sinewy, undersized man, with a great head absurdly dis oroportlonate to his body, and flashing eyes that seemed to pierce through you and read your thoughts as he looked at you, though without his glasses he could have scarcely seen his hand in front of his face. Ivan Brodasky, he called himself, and It was said that he was a cross between two races whose blend of shrewd negs sad mysticism was probably acceentable for the produc...

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 October 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Mee Cpay, Ltd. Official Paper o te Parish Tof Siiel Beard ao Mwid L.iim lae Diid. i . PL A' NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1910. NUMBER 41. PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-st-Law St. Joseph, Leolelem Will practice in the Courts of Madison, Tenses and Coneordia ased before the Supreme Court of the State. Striet attenon paid to all husiless. G. H. CLINTON igturns-at-Law St. Joseph. La. Will practice in East Carrol' Madison, Tensas, Concordia a,d the Supreme and Federal Courts. Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St. Joseph. La. In Newenl Dhelat~g Plank Rod. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB HOUSE on Lat Bruie, .s Property of the Uaderslgned, 1s post. A, d any trespassing will be prose.. a F. YOUNG R H. WHITNEY I NEWTON J. E. QUARLES I. GREEN D. F. ASHFORD H. OURRY W. J. 8TEEN & RODRIGUEZ 0. H. CLINTON CURRY V. L SEDDON W. M. DAVIDSON TrespaSs Notice. PURUC NOTICE is hereby given Ut the "LOCUST WOOD" plantation Tmeass Parish'is posted again...

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 October 1910

IAFT AGAIN WILL wd Ii ii l Lnvliu PREPARES ANOTHER BIG LEGIs LATIVE GRIST FOR NEXT SGSS3ON TO GRIND. FAVORS CURRENCY REFORM Messvje Will Recommend Congress to Pass Law to Restrict Development of Water Power on Public Lands by Private Capital. ft <r y, r M a .as. - -'resident T af: +ixes p r . n l -cý o f + d e'liv e r in J to c o n t ra[ . , in his annutial nm ssage an a nlit dt:iIit grist for th,- l. zislative, mill. It \as iatllln d that Ow prresident 1. ill call for a long list of n-ew statutes. IF:f1Irts to it Omtiio e ot.onoiuical ad ministrations of thi- gmo.rullnenut will be emphasized in Ihie ionssage. The message will -~.oommend that congress pass a law that will permit the development of eater power on public lands by private capital, but that the government shall keep a re straining hand on the concessions in order to prevent extortion or monop oly. Another hard problem concerns the disposition to be matle of the stores of coal, oil and phosphates on public lands. Con...

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 October 1910

Hlow 51or woJlic orWor lifBS Nile I JOSEPH W F OLI o"rnrer A iIi i II r •n' I il OTT may be whatever you T re.ýolte to be." This was the motto of Stonewall Jackson Ily this rule he lived and S donqucred. and by it died in the rush of victory. Such was Jackson's faith in God and himself, he inspired not only his own men with the certainty of victory, but the entire confeder acy felt sure of ultimate triumph while he was in the field. No warrior was ever worshiped by his people as was this Soldier Saint of the Lost Cause. \\ hile he lived and fought the people of the south saw in him the lncarn. tion of God's justice struggling for thni. When the wound which was inadvertently given by his own men at Chancellorsville terminated fatally, the news caine as a chilling shock to southern hopes. The history of mod ern times affords no parallel to the deep sorrow that throbbed In the hearts of the confederate people when Jackson died. Those who had never seen his face wept for him as for thei...

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 October 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, OCTOBEI'i 21, 1 911( ABNER E. GREEN, - - Eonnoa. gUUSCRIPTIUS VKARLY IM AdEasure. 1..) THE APPROACH OF DECISION DAY. It remains for the ' ,ple, of I,)uis lana to determine at the polls so, ten days hence, whether or not there shall be a great international expo sition held in the (City of New ()r leans in 1915. If the people ,f the State refuse to back up New ()r leans in her efforts to qualify fr Congressional recgnition as the Ex position ('ity there will lse an end of the matter and the greatest op portunity that has ever comne our way will us by. It cannot be impressed too strong ly upor the public mind that the voters have it in their power to give New Orleans a winning chan'ce in the fight before Congress, or to set tle the matter finally and definite ly favor of San Francisco. Congre-ss will not award the Exposition to New Orleans unless the people 4how at the polls that they want it. New Orleans will vote overwhelmingly for ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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