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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 November 1910

cA True Story gf the Secret Service COL. H. C. WHITLEY Former Chief U. S. Secret Service I'RiNri the sixties and and the early seven i li ties of the last cen t tury. counterfeitng S blossomed into one of the fine arts, and to - such perfection was it brought that. in many instances. It was ex ceedingly difficult to detect the bogus stuff from the genu ine. As Insilh'os enfemles of the people in every %alk of life, counterfeiters may well 1, classed among the most subtle aid dangerous persons with whom cti. ors of the law have to cope. Ever v idte awake and on the alert for treachery in their own ranks, these crafty rogues can only be captured and convic'ted by means of carefully baited traps, or by what is generally known as the stool-pigeon system. Counterfiters are divided into six distinct classes: First, the capitalist or procur'r; second, the engraver; third, the printer; fourth, the whole sale dealer; fifth, the retailer, and sixth, the shover or circulator. The capitalist i...

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 November 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 9110. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. 0BvSCRIPTION YI ARLY Q *I In Asre. $1.0. I l. -ctig Spaitani is That the Drs. Newell are rapidly lorging to the front in Chattanooga is evidenced by the following very aloe mention from the Chattanooga Times of their enterprise as shown in the erection of a very handsome, commpodious and modern Sanitar ium in that city, which will be one of the most up-to-date institutions of its kind in the South. Their Ten -a friends extend the Drs. Newell heartiest congaatulations. Says the Timm: Ground was broken yesterday for the new sanitarium that is to be erected by Drs. Newell & Newell, the present owners of the Newell in firmary. The building will be on Walnut street, just in the rear of the present infirmary, between the Keystone lodge building and the law offices on the corner of Walnut and Seventh. It will be completed sonme time after the first of the year, prob ably by early spring. Th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 November 1910

FURNITURE From Factory to Home at Factory Prices We can save you more money on furniture this year than bel r that manm we am mw yso ma a ma tMn i m Nelee ad: m )a at homt oar ..bwS . baa ama gmoag m bb amsa - tees a - l" a wo wittn eaw " rar e mptal au aa b Sara tame eopy ot thia book. PFrm ha pege caa bay malfaeMy mad rnoo r mare eeamlnae y tham It waregawleft the tIrgmee a--e ou pa romt s d that we @ wl YO Umyo over the sual a edall prloes gend or _ this free. catalogue today addrmiala at the btore ugarset o. th nd o mpbiall eas.. aams Citya Chicagel Ave aa l I 3ridg Chmag Montgomery Ward & Co. CHICAGO AND KANSAS CITYrr ucCHICAGO AND KANSAS CITYY New Fall lens' dWear. STETSON, IHAIIES and Hedden Hats, Furnishing Goods. Ien's Pants :-: Boys' Clothes. len's Suits lade to Order Irom $1.00 to $0.00 SAWe soeldt your petro.age. Thos. J. Reed & CO., "le's and Boy's ear." latch, Iiss . 40o iA steet. Cotton Seed Notice. IIAVITN( LERN ED that a report has been circulated that'...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 November 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. Senate Bill No. 1. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amend ment to the Constitution of the State of Loul.iai.a for tie asset mint, levy and coll <ilon of a tax in the Parish of Orieans and the .Sate of Lou asians, io aid of lo.sating and buiding an expitio iIn the iity of New iOr.,ans to ceseblate the comp., tul o, the i'anama Lanea, said tax to bLe expended under the directiou of the World a i'.anamI a E.xposil thun CumpaLy bectiou 1. Bue t resolved by the General Assemiiy of the State of LiAuilana, two thirds of all members elected to each house concurring, That an amendmn tit to the Can etitutioun of the state of Lo.iiaana be nub mitted to the qualtled eiectors of the State for their approval or rCrec'tint as required by Article 3Y1 of the Ctoitituti-n of the State of louillana at the i' irn reosional election to be held on the first 'I ulday next following the tirat Monday of N.ember. 1910. as follows: The World I'Panama Expostion Company 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. — 25 November 1910

COLDS BREED CATARRH hr Terrible Experience Shows low Peruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds. Mrs. C. S. Sage rs' r. 1 3 1 1 A~% , , -; land A \'e., Kans as City. flo., writp: "I f .1 it a duty tof you and to, others that may be af lcted like speak f o r Peruna. "Mly trou ble fr s t caine fo , r LI gr ip' Il eight ' r nine years ago. a .t t- I ering in my head a n d neuralgia. I suffered most all the ti m e. A1y nose, ears and e y e s Mrs. C. 8. Sagerser. were badly affected for the last two years. I think from your lescriptlon of internal catarrh that I must have had that also. I suffered very severely. "Nothing ever relieved mne like Pc runa. It keesl me from taking cold. "With the exception of some deaf ness I am feeling perfectly cured. I am forty-six years old. "I feel that words are inadequate to axpress my praise for Peruna." Catarrh in Bad Form. Mrs. Jennie Darlling, RI. F. D. 1, Smyrna Mills, :Maine, writes: "I was unable to do my work for four years. as I had catar...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 November 1910

-1 B~c TiH TENI (MN; NMENT EMARKABLE achievements of phy~igat tris ..m%= s t ito c phe efbe hI o irip ual d and to e evil spirits from A A Uri IE A A y w. (.;i. apmaa) ( p7 IHE one condit~~ .JDr. Ivan Brodskyit ihfc work that he ipiano burdensome was the con poured, numer-, et f m. O a s es t, eas t b or assi. ance a ou n o some 1 i i yýensely is. e sibghs repu iq,4 him little for the prosecutki ifý ils invest g3t ons. lie was forced to refuse many d ese applicants, who, ~|irrturn, de pounced him as a charlatan. Brod sky-received denunciation and praise with equal indifference. By this time he had severed his cofi nectioa with the hospital and devotd hi`'time entirely to private practice a ong patients suffering from rare mital and nervous diserders. As sam a ched physician, he felt that the eics of the professiop excluded the u9 of ape-recognized remedies. Tn pr iate practice he felt free to makd ul of his knowledge of those spirit u causes *hich, he ctlhned; ~nde4. all phys)cal m...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publshing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tearn Schol Bard and FVith Louisiaa Leve Dric $.5 P A . NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910. NUMBER 8. 'BOY FIEND' MAKES PLEA FOR MERCY OSTON.-Jesse H. Pom eroy, the one prisoner in Massachusetts who is doomed to solitary life imprisonment, has writ tea an account of his Irison life in an effort to have the cahdltions of his confinement ameliorated. Pomeroy has been In prison for thirty-six years. He • as fourteen at the time he committ4 the frightful crimes which won for m the title of "the boy fiend." Only s youth saved him from hanging. condition on r which his sentence w commuted to Slife imprisonment w that his con Anement should be "s ary," and he alone of the Inmates the Charles town state prison is n r permitted to see his fellows. ?re is a con vict whose duty It is to shut the door of Pomeroy's cell whenever a visitor enters the corridor. He was a newsboy, and his r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

NEW NEWS ý OF YESTERDAY . . i ii~ • iL =ll t mL lu Story of His Scarred Face How Benjamin H. Brewster, Arthur's P Attorney General, Was Disfigured for Life in Saving Brother From Death. I;: the smmer of 178 I met at Sarat,)ga (;en. Simon Cameron. for years senator from Pennsylvania, President Itnco!n's first secretary of war, and afterwards minister to Rus sia. 'I have come for the first time in some years," said he, "to spend a week or ten days at what I used to regard as the most attractive summer resort In the United States. I am Pretty well for an old man, and I live on a very healthful part of Pennsyl vania, but I thought a change of scene and a chance of meeting old friends might do me good, and I know it will do my companion a great deal of good." From the manner in which General Cameron spoke I inferred that he re ferred to his wife, or some other mem ber of his family, not knowing at that time whether or not he were a widower. But an hour or two later I say him walking ar...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

The World's Wonders I STRANGE THINGS FOUND IN VARIOUS PORTIONS OF THE EARTH Walter Winans' Parlor, Pet, IF for an especial pet a Shetiand pony that often is brought into the drawing room of its master's place at Surrenden Park, England, to amuse him. Mr. i Winans, though an American citizen, has never visited the United States, but his horses are seen at the horse shows in the east, as well as in those of England and France. :F5 i! ' , ni{f~~ of England and France. MYSTERY OF WOMAN'S HAIR ( The British Medical Journal quotes an interesting account by Mr. Frances f; Trollope of a "hair market" in Brit- h tany. lie states that in various parts f of the motley crowd there were three t or four different purchasers of this c commodity, who travel the country for t the purpose of attending the fairs and r buying the tresses of the peasant y girls. t They have particularly fine hair, a and frequently in the greatest abun dance. There seemed to be no diffi culty in finding possessors of bea...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH. --- LA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 9110. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EnonR. 8vwUCRIPTION YIARLY Q In Adswwee. $1.50 Mr. WV. A. rm Ijrsd. Mr. Wm. A. Bro"n, connected with the Baskin Lumber Co.,, at Baskin, ha , was brought to the city last nigh, suffering with a broken leg and taken to the Natchez Sani tarium for treatment. He was ac companied to the city by his broth er, Mr. B. C. Brown of Ferriday. It seems that on Friday night, Mr. Brown, Mr. Harry Rountree and four negroes were riding on a hand-car on the tracks of the Bas kin Lumber Co.'s tramline. The negroes were working the "bump handles" at a pretty lively speed when the car ran into a cow. Mr. Brown was thrown to the ground, alighting in front of the car which ran over him. One of the bones of his left leg was broken and he sustained severe bruises about the body. Mr. Rountree was also severely 4 bruised, but his injuries were not regarded as of sufficient extent to warrant his coming to the Sanitor ium. The...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

SEND FOR THE NEW MOfnlollBery Ward & Co. We are now ready to send out the fifth edition of our large catalogue, number 79, of which copies are already in the hands of several million people. I f you have not yet received a copy, hesitate no lon er. )ut get one by return mail and be prepared to DO YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING AT ONCE. This is the book that quotes the lowest prices on everything you usct eat and wear. It posts you on what prices your dealers pay for everything they bu , arid enables you to buy as cheaply as they do. It gives wholesale prices on 125.0AC art'cles, and shows illustrations of thousands of them. There is no other way to so correctly post yourself on modern merchandise, prices and methods as to consult the Montgomery Ward & Co. Catalogue. Its pres ence in your house will save ycu money. It will save the average family at least $100.00 a year-some $500.00. Five mil lion people send for this price list, yearly and use it as their buying guide. We -" want you...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

NEVER, never leave anything in reach JI of a hungry hyena, not even saddle or harness must be left at the mercy of the hungry brutes. I have seen but two specimens of hy aena, the spotted n and the brown. The one I got by set- b ting a trap gun. The trap is easily fl set. Tie the bait over the muzzle of ie the rifle. Use in preference a piece of v offal, for instance a bit of highly odor- I Iferous goatskin. Suspend or fasten h the rille horizontally at such a height c from the ground. that the hya-na can c conveniently grab the bait. Attention c must be paid to expose the hait in I such a way, that the hyaena cannot e seize it from the side. but has to ap proat h the front of the nmuzzle. Place c the trig.eur at full cock and tie it by e a bit of string to the tree or bush be- 0 hind i : now pull the muzzle forward, u and, if the trap is in good working or- t der, the trigger will at once respond a and strike. If the trap works satis- o factorily, the rifle may now be loaded s and ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

CURES RHEUMATISM. immediate relief from pain follows ses of Mexican Mustang Liniment. It seoks in to the bone. Read this pos iive statement: Ir. C. Ford. of Rome. a.. writes I: o i " as in t.1 , th re " m ,n th su tt .rtn g fea r fully frm n:InmmatI y rIheumatnsm. I u-ed ev r thf n I , L; I t in k It w ith Iu t g ctt n g reh of Mexit:can Muslang iniment. LIt iment. After using three bottles I was all roipt. I rlo te Imone. ad thorupohly snd iE dd the work. There ia n, durit s :- t eer as ti tl urattve rhpertis if things arni melyt prl nrl and It ruentlv appsm.ed and well ru ,ed in. It works equally well on man or hx.ist." 25. SOc. $1 a bottle at Drug & Gen'I Stores. No siree,-I never saw anything stop a cough like Simmons' Cough Syr up. I use it every time I catch cold and it has never failed to do the work. It prevents pneu monia and consumption. Price 25c and 50c. All Drug Stores. Manufac tured by A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman,Tex. ROOSEVELT'S GREAT BOOK "African GameT...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 December 1910

CARE OF THE BROOM M Mi MAKER TELLS HOW TO PROLONG ITS LIFE. ply It Should Be Swung Back and Forth In From a Point Back of Sweeper us to a Place at an Equal Dis 5p tance in Front. •It makes me sad," said a broom maker, "to see the way people use brooms. The life of a broom could be er twice prolonged by proper usage, and It used properly it would be vastly easier to use. "You've seen people sweeping ahead of them, pushing stuff with a broom? CO Why, the best and most perfectly sea- o soned broomcorn stock that ever was put into a broom wouldn't stand such m treatment as that. "With such handling splints will m break off. The splints remaining, g jagged and uneven, bear unevenly on m the surface. You never can sweep clean with it after that. "Then you know the majority of sweepers always sweep with the same side of the broom to the front, and in this way they soon get the broom lop sided, so that they can't use it any other way. There couldn't be a worse a way. "Used in this manner th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teases School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annm. NS EW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1910. NUMBER 49. MANY DEEDS OF HEROISM i L Jesse Dunlap Reached From the Pilot of His Running Engine and Saved a Child of Two Years. EW YORK.--eroes and heroines are growing more plentiful, or else the hero searchers of Andrew Carnegie tire be coming more successful in search. This was demonstrated by the great number of them announcetd by the hero commission in its recent meeting. There are 58 new names on this list, and many of the tales of heroism un folded are thrilling. For years have the special agents of Mr. Carnegie been traveling from coast to coast investigating acts of heroism and bravery, but they have never developed a story which appt als more strongly to the human feelings than that of Mary R. Brown, a trained nurse of Washington, who was fatally shot ten...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

xail -t Ne wsi it pEreas • ,mu mnu nn mmuu n nu m .m.• auman • Grit That Won Great Contest How "Tommy" Holcombe's Nerve, When One Eye Was Disabled, De cided Famous Rifle Match In England in 1903. Somne we.ek ago the cable brought the news from Peking that an Ameri can team had won ov\er all competitors in an International rifle match open to teams of all the legation guards in the Chinese, capital. The captain of the Yankee t.amn was ('apt. Thomas Hol cabel),. Jr , who was a member of the vict rious American team that com peted In the great international rifle contest held in England in 1903-the most famous contest of the kind ever held. And it was at this contest that Captain ilolcombe displayed the grit that, on the authority of the captain of the team. Leslie C. Bruce, ultimately gave America the victory. It is a story that hitherto has escaped pub'ication. "Seven teanis took part in the match," said Mr. Bruce, "and as Amer ica had been the victor in every sim lIar contest held...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

COUNTING NOSE *s igie UNITEDSTS-ATS N I, I.I) I)R. U. S. CENSUS. who has just completed the thirteenth diagnosis of the condition of tUncle Sanl and his family. he gan it in 179'i and has been repeating it elery ten years since. Uncle "am has footed the bills, to date amounting to about $47,00',0 00. i)ur venerable lal has calculated that the thirteenth inivestigation will cost about $13,0".IH, $6I,0)0,1100 has been sl,ent for this plurpose since 1790. The tw,lfth census cost about $13. 000.00, alnd as I'ncle Saln's landed ,ims sesslonrs h.i,. increased since then alnd hid famnil gaitned about 13.'00,o.04 n'ou - members than belonged to it in 1:9,' it woubl the consilered no more than fair if th,. present diagnosis were t, call for the sl,,iuding of about $1:i. ll, 000, whlichl woull be the suIm if the rat, of increase of etxlInse at each ce.tlsu up to the twelfth wore to be Inii:, taincd for thII thirtteenth. A consus exl,.rt has estimated that of the thirteen millions, the Iheadq...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, DECE.MIl;l: 9S. :.111. ABNER E. GlREEN. - ,' I 0SisonIPlrm . %: ttl.1 ý' I. Adancem. "7. .51 JUST A SQUAW MAN. It is "a sad c1 nit,1l .rY , tl.t'i e Intelligence of nwt t,1 Il," th1, 11. along about letit n t .., i,. Iiph against the ,lli'i.' - :1 1 :, 'ta  ' - upon the nec,('-iy 4f . 1i 1 .1 able men to fli',c, ;iiil tI + n l, L asked to vote Isn ,t ;h I. -tttrl lingannouncelii'nt til.' "t ,., 1,1 got to pay their pll t..x. TI'h parish is full of j:-'t '-1,1 I. h:,a - ters, and they ds erv,,e tII - \, ,-1 condemnation. If 1iky lA.t\ i., more interest in publli' : i i t- t': to neglect such an it,ipIt.tit 11Lot ter, they merit the wrst Iiiil of officials that coull i1, e1et(cl to represent them. Eitlter payv a 1ill tax and do all possi lt1 to il,.t tihe very best men it i pim,-ihlh' t, in duce to run for ollice, or k1'', that "'bazoo"' closed. 1m,, nit i,. a: pTr rot. Vote intelligently, t, i g ,ail a poll tax, or forever reat:in ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

Fine Furniture at Less than Retail Prices n,~ ,,,nt hi lv( to pay big pri~ces in order to get ,the fintst, furnitu~re from the bes factories. Our buying~ and sellingf mt l nor to tose o the aveg retail taler that we give you the best quality at a saving of about one third. .N. matte.r what you may want in furniture you can buy it from us at, slaving and we guarantee quick and safe tdeli, rY t, 7ur ne iret railway station.,. Fetail Furniture Dealers at Less th.an RetailPricesh You i,n't hartr e to pay big prices in ordelic to get the re est furniteusre m t he ow a t factaories. Our buying and selling methor - ,I" suaprior to thos e ofere the caudig e retail de our cmpthat we ie you the est qualituret a saving of about one thr..g." ' ',. .ri.i. ,,r uioru sates rci,rhing seven sas'ur-a. Wett take whicn you unetLsa ia l~l .lwhre. Our stylseo re right down to the mlis thbr . . , tic atsr r in many ines and to the |oweet lows Ic le t-our cabinet wor'k an ais the@ Sneet..You etirtl7 ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

Th Major's Menagerie REMARKABLE 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. SA By H. M. EGBERT A A t uyr1lt.. si. Ly W. iU. ( hapwan ) p)ri rLt in iruat Brtatn . OST of the examples of psychical manifestations that I had hitherto investi gated in the company of Dr Ivan Itrodsky were of spiritual possession and the allied phenomena - mat ters astonishing to laymen but more or l.ss commonplace to students of the science. I was now to witness one of the darker and more mysteri ous phases of spirit ,powe.r. I remember that BIrodsky and I had been reading an account of a so-called 'haunted" house in a lone.ly neighbor hood 10 or 12 miles distant. The structure,. whiclh was a rambling old place, had belong.ed to a major in the army. who had retired from active service to reside there and spend his declining bachelor days alone. lIe had seen service...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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