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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

Cause and Effect O account of its economy, as well as operdo halking resaults. Snowdrit HoBgies ld is universally used by Bakers. Hotels sad all who use great quantities of shed.t wisa. Snowdrift is the mot health. hi tirkle known lot taking the place d' heglard. It is composed of ihlg y relined on seed oil, and a slight proportion d heel hi. Snowdr(ft Hogless Lard is sold by aln progreive dealers. and imitated by many unprogressive auiatdurers. Beware o the imnpel tiea, named to sound like it. and put up i packuges to look like the ORIGINAL STANDARD SHORTENING- o Snowdrift Hogless Lard t ] TIE SOu(rlEN COTION OIL CO. ISw Orc. Sw erk C(aeag Uaras mae for rl r . .- and risA er .t.. -4 pry .. weecty pne slaS. EL & So0, SS a IS. R 5a T. ROOSEVELT'S REAT BOOK "African GameTrail" Needed-a man in every place to aell thils amous new bhnk., Bring it to the famlle in your localit We give you k c ,, m lsm ias r . T a k c thl . ;'r ' ea t chance. Write for p rpe~-'us º Charles Soribner's...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 December 1910

BEARS IN A SCHOOL Startling Adventure of School Teacher in Wilderness. Two Animals Get Into Building Through Dugout and Spring Lock After Themselves-Attract ed by Honey. Cross Fork, Pa.-When Miss Lydia Muisser, teacher of a country school in Elulalia township, opened the door of her schoolroom the other morning she was confronted by two pupils who were not enrolled in her book. Two black bears got into the building through a trap door in the floor, which led Into a dugout underneath used for the storage of wood. Of course Miss Musser, who was alone, didn't tarry to ask the new sc~holars their names, nor whether it was the first time they had been to school. She slammed the door shut against the spring lock and the bears were again made prisoners, for it was subsequently discovered that they had cut off their own egress by the route through which they had come by acci dentally slipping the catch on the trap door after they were in the room and being unable to open it. When Miss Musse...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

THE ENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Am.. NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910. NUMBER .. Good Future of Society Lays In Her ivOthers BHands . By REV. MADISON C. PETERS IE OLD SAYING, "Like mother like son," is historically T correct. Henry IV. of Germany becomes a miserable prince, but blessed with a wise mother, Louis IX. of France grows up to be a man of God. A distinguished writer has called atten tion to the fact that of the sixty-nine monarchs who have worn the French crown only three have loved the people, and all these three were reared by their mothers. St, Louis was trained S by Blanche; Louis XII. by Marie of Cleves, and Henry IV. by Jeanne d'Albret; and these three were really the fathers of their people. Sir Walter Scott's mother was a superior woman, a lover of poetry and painting. Byron's worst enemy was his mother-she was proud a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

Nr N tdurnrn oý as a~tartb Vanderbilt's Lost Chance Lost Opportunity For Which a Vanderbilt Grieved. William H. Was Sorry He Did Not Let New York Central Show It Could Beat Pennsylvania's Fast Mail. "It hai al;ways been my impression that \\liia in II. Vanderbilt grieved illore usir ill oipportu iity which caine to hion and which he lost. and felt mort, i lt tly humiliated thereby by the s- lSe that he had made a mis takei, thliani over any other event in his experirence as the successor of his father, the Commodore, at the head of the Vanderbilt railways." So said to me the late (Gecorge C. Hangs, who in the seventies betarue to all intents and purposes the creator of the coun try's fast railway mail service, and who had as his assistant in the work Theodore N. Vail, now head of the great Dell telephone system of the county. 'As the superintendent of the rail way mail service, and especially the fast mail . feature of it. whik-h had been established practically under my direction."...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

A Shattered Romance A True Story of the Secret Service By COL. H. C. WHITLEY, Former Chief U. S Secret Service IHE proifessional criinn al'a brain is a constantly working labotratory of the most iigentioti- plots for over-reacning the onti iers of the law. Ever awake, ever thoughiful and r cc ir active-at glar ing noiontide as well as at black rnldiniglit-ln t he brown-stone front anid lowly t nement--ev erywhere and at every hour i- this Insidious enemy of social order w ideawake and on the alert. It tcak-., an anute mtinid and level head to cotntend against and bring th IngeniOts criminal to the bar of jus tier. During our civil war courrnter feiting blossomed into a fine art. It bet an. altmost onani )resenit In every channerl of trade and the government detectives were im; itent to totally eradicate the evil, expose the plots and dt--fat the operations of these criincls,. until some time after peace hai In--i restort d. To rnti t and destroy these vampires of so(iety It was ofte...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

The Tensas Gasette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, )'Et FI1 MHItER 16. 9110. MAN(L .'1-W N4il TNYV. On 'T'harsuiy i iing the ' th il stant at six -thirty o ',lock, Miss Eliza Arunstro g Wlaitney was mar ried to 11r. William ;lKill Maanguai at \'illai ('Clara, ti residence of the bride's f.unihy in this parish. .Long ibefor the libnr of the cere mony relativ'- uii iltijajite friends iNgan to arri c, and Soon the halls and rtsotn- of thi- elegant and hos pitalble homii wia tilled with the admirers tI:I wd Il! ihehs of the harnlsouac ind p pular couple. The I ana wa:- maa c beautiful and iislsjoki the :artitic skill of hands iuspiaed h l~ve. The par lor wher' thi cirilanay was sol emaniize,' wai ilwasniilnd byi a myriad of waxi n talIera thlat shed their soft light, :addling cJalra to tile purity of the sclne; thlie whitenleSs of the walls was reli vedI by a frieze of English ivy', lall'lroine palms andI ferns anld a trl icry of delicate smi lax that franld the doo rs and win dows. Susi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

Vily Eat Bad Bread? wh, - You Can Get the Finest Made at No Greater Cost. *A TCHEZ 1[AKERY CO MPANY OHING UT LEANLINESS ?'i\ Bread, Pies and Cakes. BESSAC O~ EWELER Jff Before pur,.asing anything in the I VER Jewelry I it it .%ill pay you to ex- 101 N. COMMERCE ST. amine .he ;n:i;gnificeat stock of Solid Gold aind ii best quantity of Gold Natcez. Filled, fr1mn C4.lar Hutton to an Ele gant lBro:.h, AIl of the very latest de- Agent for te signs .at prices tit will please.Rockfrod Watch. Rockfrod Watch. HARNESS! SADDLES! Harness and Saddles Repaired and Manufactured. WHIPS, LAP ROBES, CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES. nAutomobile and Carriage aness Made to Order Automobile and Carriage Saddles and Harness Accssories Repaired Our Stock is Complete in EVERY THING for the HORSE and AUTOMOBILE. PLOW GEAR. Send Us Your Orders for Your Needs. They will Have Prompt Attention. J. N. STONE & CO., 508 FRANKLIN STREET, NATCHEZ, - - - MISS. WE ARE WELL STOCKED In Evcrything Suitable for CHRISTMIAS PRESEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

A Missionary's Gunning By Dr. W. H. Robinson T IS with a smile that I now recall I the fact that I was Smost careful to leave behind me In the United States all firearms and weapons save nmy books and wits when my young wife and I first went to our mission station In the shadow of Kilimanjaro at the edge of that wonderful Taveta forest in a country to be traversed erelong by ex-President Roosevelt. White faces are common enough there to-day, but 20 years ago we were the cause of great excitement. I could have be come rich in ivory by exhibiting my dear wife's wealth of golden hair. as it was nothing unusual to be offered $2.000 or $3.000 worth of Ivory by some chieftain for the privilege of see ing her tresses unbound. It .is a strong commentary on the savage kfrican heart and on the dominancy of the white race to say that in 20 years and in the most savage perils my wife was never threatened and was never in any apparent danger from any of the tribesmen, not even the most blood thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

COLDS Cured in One Day *regard my cold cure as being belltr Ihan gJfeInsurance IPolrcy. '-ML.VYO.Y. A few l '" , i ni tin n it, ('Ill (llr.' will It relieve' 6he i11, thr*it and liduni. inrt Ien'. I ih-e ttle ruig.r 11i1l('4 h1 e '' niti, f ri T in -I in vthe 2.-t ket fo r ". t , ny i tn ' or an where. If o g nu t: j T. 1; s . l . 2i. . w rit." t", Ima ·npon a 11 : T.hI h.y 1 c111 areflly sPiol y." I I i' ive l ti lvic ' 1 mail, :II" 1.x.1: l . Tfhev put N.Iu l dcr no ' i Addre-- ' " Do' 'inr. TMa in YAhovrtonr. U ! .J"l vtTii-'rin streC: , P1hil adelphia, Iia. TN ýr c" . .h n re lull)) P T NTa~ "I .I.I~.f_,!14 6 y15 SL.iiarhln ttii ' rt. Iilairti n: . C ildgQ. Arkansas Directory S2q BEAT THIS r 'o 2-rnith Pre lrrmand Nr I t; I- n il.j tormn: ft rtrnr Vries. t1i. x""1. at C1 ps r mo.nth at a8 U' van(C. (iuaranteed one r}.ar. redy for ukr. N,.3 t liverti za9. L. C. Smithe anud padeewoMAa S!l. ovt r 31ei 1. massWaII te Iw. Si.d ii.vm, Uttl rl.s Ant. buiend tolay for bargain litL HOTEL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 December 1910

QUEENS IN EXILE ONDON.-Queen Amelie, cast out by Portugal. adds one to the little group of wretched women who once were queens and now ex iles, without a country, vithout a home. They are a pathetic group and well are they called Queens of Sorrow: The mad Carlotta. once .-!:prtrs of Mexico; the wandering Eugenle, once empress of the French, and now the beautiful Amelle, until a few weeks ago queen of Portugal. It would be difficult to say which of the three is the most miserable. In the case of poor Carlotta insanity has kindly cast a curtain over her mind. So she at least may not know how full is the cup of her wretchedness. While the gay breezes played in the bunting festooned from the govern ment buildings and troops in bright uniforms swung with spirit along the broad avenues and under triumphal arches that proclaimed the greatness of the Mexico of today on the occasion of that country's one hundredth year of freedom from the rule of Spain. the vacant mind of Carlotta gave signs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishia CMpany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Paris of Tees Sm i ard S ad FY ~L LDwd Dain . $1.5 Peu Amem. XNI\\ 1 l"I:ls V'O)L. XVII. ST'. .1( )SEI' I, LA.. Fillil)A II. ( I . L IIIIt 21. 191tii. N .UMlbhWR .41. PLRILV2ARCTIC IHuNTIN --'O f O fast does the world at move nowadays that tn- in less one stops to reflett to a bit there seems noth ing unusual in the fact lii that Harry Whftney, the ti. New Haven sportsman. should have gone hunting tt to the place hlich not c( many years ago marked the northern- di most limit of polar exploration. For w nearly a year he lived by:choice al- at most in the shadow of that. Cape Sa- hi . bln, W here the men of the Greely c( expedition starved to death tn 1':. j Many times he passed on his.expedi- c. tion after game the wreck .9,thi K steamship Pl'larr of the gall exped'i- w tion of 1P71. i The adventures Mr. \1hitney had p as a sportsman in this far north where men before hinm h met death p as explorers he has set ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

PROMJ!NTI PIr NEW SOCIALIST CONGRESSMAN Victor L. Berger of Milwaukee, the first So cialist ever elected to Congress. is the father of the Socialist party in Wisconsin. It was in his back yard that the first Socialist meeting in the state was held. America's first Socialist con S gressman was born of well-to-do, middle-class ;German parents in Austria in 1860. They gave him a good college education. He early devel oped radical ideas and sympathies. "All my - relatives believed I would be arrested and exe cuted." said Berger, "and the worst part of it was that they believed that I would deserve to be hanged!" The family emigrated to the United States. Young Berger became a cowpuncher; he did odd jobs like mending washboilers lie learned the mni tal polisher's trade, earning as little as $5 a we, k. and never more than $12. Often he did not have bread to feed his body or fuel to warm It lie was appointed teacher of German in the Milwaukee high school, and held the position for several...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

The fetish of the Waxworks 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. A A By H. RC. EGBERT A A icoDyri iUt. Ly W0 . by W 'a ChmapI ) op} r~g it I~n lrlat irtiman. 'I. DI[)I'PY. Frenchman and patriot, more Yankee than the native born, since he took out naturali zation papers, wears the British flag in his button A story hangs upon this, the story of a dead hero to whom the pres ence t: ( Paul became an outrage and abomination. And it was llrodsky who saved Paul from his post-mortem ven geance. A story hangs upon this, the story of a dead hero to whom the plresence of Paul became an outrage and abom ination. And it was Brodsky who saved Paul from his post-mortem ven geance. The psychical investigations of Dr. Ivan Brodsky, and the marvelous re stilts which he had obtained in his warfare against' the hosts of evil, some of which I ha...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, -- - LA. FRIDAY, DE('CE MI; I; ." 0. 9110. ABNER E. tGItEEN. - - EDIorR. Iva tm s atal.v 1. .50 The year is fast drawing to a close and we find ,nurselves again called upln to reomind the citizens of Tensas parilh to pay their poll taxes lest they 1, disfranchised for the following two years. I'nless you secure a p4l11 tax rcceilpt before the first of January you will be deprived of voting during the next two years, which will include in 1912 election for all parish and ward officers, election for Judge an: d District At torney, election,, for State Senator and membenrs of louse of Represent atives, election for (; ,vernor and State officers, election for Congress, election for President, and election for two United States Senators from Louisiana, which last election will probably include as a candidate for one of the honorable stations, our present, distinguished Congressman, Hon. Jos. E. Ransdell, who will then aspire to go up higher, and who will d...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

Why Eat Bad Bread? When You Can Get the Finest Made at No Greater Cost. NATCHEZ BAKERY COMPANY OTHING UT LEANLINESS aholeil Bread, Pies and Cakes.. Chas C. Skinner, Local Agt., St. Joseph, La. Phone No. as BESSAC O JBWBLBR Blme purchasing aythis I the Jwry e it wl py y e to . 17 . C EICE ST. mme.. the meiicet stock o sold Gl,, . tie.er antty o Eol Natchez. p.t Brach. aU of the vry latet d- I l nt for th Is.s at prkcs that wl pla. m Rockfrod Watch. 0 HARNESS! SADDLES! hbss ad sals E aird l Maufactnd. WIMPS, LAP ROEES, CONTRACTORS' SUPPUES. Awts . C Hermess Made to.Order A . WIoi.sl Saddles and Harnes Aocuro tRepaired Our Stock is Complete in EVERY THING for the HORSE and AUTOMOBILE. PLOW GEAR. Send Us Your Orders for Your Needs. They will Have Prompt Attention. J. N. STONE & CO., 508 FRANKLIN STREET, NATCHEZ, - - - MISS. ir n r .. d. ...., VI ARE EIL, STOCED h Mwrythlu Sultabl or CHRISTIAS PRESENTS IBI nd BOYS. Nsawe.r, Mulners, notury. s anmd Lu.e nHmakrcis - Susunders, laugl...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

I (iOSSIP OFi LAW-AKERS cr3DWARD B. CLARK CH(ANGES which are certain to come in the membership of the United States Senate next March will involve much more than a mere disappearance of old faces and the ap " pearance of new ones. It often has been said that the senate of the United States is a law unto itselt in matters of procedure. and so it is. The senate does things as no other legislative body in the world does them. The senators pride them selves upon the dignity of their body and they take no little pride appar ently in the uniqueness of the rules which govern them and in the ac cepted method of doing things with out absolute governing regulation. -1g Over in the house members draw for seats. A man just elected is as likely to get a first-class seat as a man who has been in the service of the house for years. The leader of the majority and the leader of the minority and the oldest mem ber in point of service in the hall are allowed to select their own seats. After they have ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

'-0o RECIPE CURES WEAK KIODNEYS, FREE IEgVES URINARY AND KIDNEY IOUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN ING, SWELLING, ETC. ps Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. wouldn't i: be nh a within a week or so r begin to say goodbye forever to the gd , dribbling, straining, or too fre s passage' .f urine; the forehead and _ ha.ck-of-the-head aches; the stitches p ains in the b.tk: the growing mus Sy weakness: sp ,ts before the eyes; yel k. skin; slugi~sh bowels; swollen eye or ankles, leg cramps; unnatural tbreath, sleeph.ssness and the de I have a recipe or these troubles that San depend on, and if you want to kli a QUIC'K ltE(' UVEI'Y, you ought i write and get a copy of it. Many a r would charge you $3.5~ Just for this prescription, but I have it 401 winl be glad to send it to you entire r gOee Just drop me a line like this: j A. E. Robinson. K-260 Luck Building. t, Mich.. and I will send it by re g mail in a plain envelope. As you will oa when you get it. t'is recipe contains ,y pore. harmless r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 December 1910

The World's Wonders STRANGE THINGS FOUND IN VARIOUS PORTIONS OF THE EARTH Plucked in Service of Woman .-- -- - I,; SF ... . More like a plucked turkey on stilts than the big feathery bird we all know is the ostrich after he has been robbed of his plumes for the use of the women of fashion. However, though distressingly nude, the ostrich does not seem to mind his temporary condition but is apparently quite happy. GPEATEST MOTHER IN WORLD The greatest mother in the world, perhaps. is Mrs. Jane Morris, re siding in Jackson county, near the fodthills of the Cumberland mountains I in Kentucky. Mrs. Morris was born and reared in the mountains, has little t ducation and until a 'ew years ago had never been outside of her immedi ate vicinity. Her claim to greatness lies in the fact that she can boast of a total of 518 descendants, nearly all of whom are living and none of whom ever has been accused of crime. "My life's motto has been." said the venerable old mother the other day. "the Golde...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annum. NI;W SEiUS VOL. X VII. ST. JOSEPIII, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910. NUMBER 52. .. ... .. . . . . . . - ... ' ' " " U " ? ' ";.'' - " ; ;  ---'" -" --=:... . . .. ... ..." BIRD EATSSNAKES T The Secret ary Likes a Live Rep - tile for His Morning Meal. in South t-'r'ca the Bird Is of Eco ncrt":o Vaile ii R'dc ng Ccmmu nt/ cf Pests--HowA He At tict s His Victim. I," burd :.. 4 , : :I'I . il '', - ' :. lt [ : . I 1 -'"ilo i . t:. i- 4 ';11ý· r 1,ti4- t"- 1,11 12 l i4 F 244ili .4e yertr ir :' I r~l" ~tud. I '.r tt-et !1..1 1 : . ' i i l 1 -'i I ;l lb l'il't Iº uiit ft Ii it Irt (r \ '' 1 'I ii Ii { 1. a k t, ii ; Ir " ill iii th' I1. , ,. h'':i'1. w li'C'I. I.IE `i ý'i""ý LI111 a tl i it. ,, I r" ,.t'!.: r r u a t i" t' li~l y I'll ý r t u ( ;, 1 - I i I.- i- I. I II'."- li ii -41 u u l t lilt', ttr'.:! 11 a - I4. ; I. : (::ik ti t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

HELEN GOULD'S $60,000 BATH TUB ik LAST WORD in LUXURY EW YORK.-Did you plunge into the foot and a half of Croton t., that all but over > flowed from your four-foot bathtub this I morning? S Did you float on your back. gazing up t the rays of the sun, which didn't fil ter through the stained glass win dow of your cupboardlike bathroom, and imagine you were battling off Palm Beach? u Did you happen to bump yo r head on the medicine closet which projects over the end of the tub as you scram bled out to the floor, which felt for all the world like a cake of Icr? If you did, how would you like. Just for a change, to take a bath in a $60, 000 tub? Perhaps you may have that privilege some day if you should be fortunate enough to receive an invitation from Miss Helen Miller Gould, for Miss Gould is having erected on her beauti ful summer estate. Lyndhurst, at Irv Ington-on-the-Hudson, a bathtub that wilt cost that amount of money. Just think of the plumber's bill if anything should happe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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