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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 July 1911

-OFTHE - BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS - OP TUNSAS PARISH. LOUISIANA. St. Joseph, La., July 6, 1911. Be it known and remnbered, That on the 6th day of July, 1911, being the regular quarterly meeting as fied by the Board, the Board of School Directors, in and for the parish of Ternsas, met at their office in the Court House in the town of St. Joseph, La. There were present: Messrs. M. W. Bland, lhobt. Y. Newell, W. J. Steen, J. C. Ellis and P. C. Smith, minemer5; and Thos. Mf. Wade, Secretary. Absenit: Messrs. W. D. 'A. Gorton, l'residenlt, and David F. Miller. A quorum being present the Board proceeded to busintliless. In the absence of the President, on motion of Mr. Newell, Mr. W. J. Steen was elected 're-sident pro tenm. The minrites of theI l;t rioetinig, held April 6th, 1911, were read, and, on motion, adoplted: The mouliilliittee onl ftiinance sub- ( msitted the following report: ' lft. We have\ gone over the Tre,l u ser's report ard vouchers' for the quar tsr ending June 30th, 1...

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 July 1911

Spray potato plants for bugs. Use barnyard manure for fertilizing. Study the comforts of the cows and young things. No kind of young stock grows so fast as a draft foal. Raspberries are propagated by seeds. sucker plants and tip plants. The currant must not be cultivated deeply, for it is a shallow-rooted plant. Twenty acres of good corn put in the silo will feed 30 cows for a whole year. The raspberry and blackberry, like the strawberry, will succeed on any good corn soil Water the horses before feeding. When fed first there is often more danger of colic. Care should be taken that the cow does not have to wade through filth In the barnyard. Very few farmers take enough time in fitting the field for planting either corn or potatoes. Watch sweet clover. It begins to look as if it had a very valuable place among our farm crops. Horses that are clipped dry off fast at night. This is better than having them stand around in a heavy wet coat. A teaspoonful of coal tar to a peck of corn, m...

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 July 1911

ADVICE TO WOMEN suffering from any form of ae Invited to promptly com All letters are received, opened, answered by women. A wo man can freely talk of her private ill ness to a woman; thus has been es tablished this con. fid'nce between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which has nev,,r been broken. INever has she pub. I testimonial or used a letter the written consent of the , and never has the Company these confidential letters to i$ of their possession, as the of thousands of them in M, will attest. at the vast volumeof experience r Pi nkham has to draw #ts more than possible that she the very knowledge needed case. She asks nothing in re. at ept your goxod will, and ber has helped thousands. Surely -agn , rich or poor, should be take advantage of this gener. of assistance. Address Mrs. care of Lydia E. Pinkham Cao., Lynn, ýiass. woman ought to have E. Pinkham's 80-page HBook. It is not a book for distribution, as it is too It Is free and only by mail Write for Directory ENBE...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 July 1911

*ohn Henr Gets A Plenty By GEORGE V. HOBART Since Uncle Peter Grant was elect ed mayor of Ruraldene our family group considers it extremely disloyal to stay in the big town for more than four hours at a time. So with us it is a caseof catching those imitation rail road trains at all sorts of hours and commute to beat the band. Since I became a confirmed com muter I have sprained three watches and two of my legs trying to catch trains that are wild enough to dodge a dog-catcher. The commuters are divided into two classes: Going and coming. One of the first rules for a com muter to follow after he locates the railroad station, and hikes there a cou ple of times to get in training, is to get a red and pink and blue hammock. A hammock is a necessary evil in the country, because only by this means can the insects become ac quainted with the new commuter. The day after we first put up our new hammock Uncle Peter came rub bering around to look it over. He was all swelled up over being elec...

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 July 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE ; Gau Ie Pblishaing Co ny, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Bard and Fifth Luiala Leves DibtkLd. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1911* NUMBiR 9. •r •" •lrl ee1111 5P1 _"1 •111 "II~ •11111111 1 11· CZAR WILL VISIT AMERICAN BATTLESHIPS  r PETERSBURG.-The American battleship fleet under command of glarAdmliral C. J Hadger arrived pt Cronstadt. and remained several Imperor Nicholas did the United Stat-s the un:usual honor of visit wi vessels, and also received Admilral P;dger and the fleet offlers it lasce in this city. The fleet comprises the battleships Louisiana, South - l, Kansas and New Hampshire. 1-_ :r •k 3EVENT MINE FIRES Lives Lost in Recent Years } From Accidents. of Comparatively Inex Fighting Appliances. poiations and Drills Would Help Materially. STerk.-Herbert M. Wilson. of the bureau of mines, gm r delivered at the annual of the National Fire assocla isb city the other day, said Si appreciate the serious lhes...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

1 ý L F717ýf71 AN you Imagine a Fourth of July celebra tlion without a brass band and its next of kin, the rollicking fife and drum corps? Of course not. As soon suggest Easter without eggs, Decoration day without flags, or Thanksgiving without a trkey. Why, we could better dis pease with the fireerskers and other noise-makers on the glorious Fourth than .to worry through the day with out the Inspiring strains of martial music. Indeed, as a matter of fact, the crusaders for a "safe and sane" Fourth are trying to teach all the people that it is the better part of wisdom and patriotism to go short on explosives and to increasr the Fourth's always generous nmnu of band music. This may serve to explain Irj part how it is that the brass band-o-)r the vaunted "silver cornet band." If you please-is coming to play a more prominent part than ever in our in dependence day festivities. But, of course, it did not await this awaken ing to the charms of the music of the horns and drums to render ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

ILK LIKE INIIANS idern Life Molding Fac:s Into Hawk Type. ls Resemblance of Race and Her - will Become as Nothing CemPared to That Made by Social Conditions. .. Angeles, Cal.-There Is an en Snew type of face being created -.. the mode of present-day > 45n life, according to Major  ya Rautenberg Gerozynskt, own wri:er on the manners and [ of the countries of the world. iectve of race origin and other i ~ r mediums of facial resem S sLLa, the faces of Americans are be Smore and more alike, says the His knowledge is gleaned b frequent tours of the globe. years  among d!fferent races to study . characteristics and a thorough _-Sldig of medical knowledge and a~s facial resemblance of race and will become as nothing com to that made by remarkable conditions." said the major. s few centuries the American man woman, will have the features of Ags1merican Indian, with a few sub luaages brought about by higher gAlb development. . e hawklike face of the first was developed by constant ov...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABWER E. GREEN, - - EDTroR. 8 , ,CRIPTIO. V ARLY 5 In Advsramce. FRIDAY, JlULY 21, 1911. " I AM NOT A CANDIDATE.'" "I am not a candidate for any office," declared the Hi,nra:,le, John M. Parker, h bile stiimpi;ui the State in the ilntcr~.,t in of the Goo (:oo Lea.;ue. In fact tic Hl.iiiirll .John MI. Parker, the }li;,I Pioi "i oi l..formn and the S, iuu or fo I . (i. (" C00! League; the a;nu 31. 1'. 1l..r who, admitted that he vu.,al ,for Mfr. Taft, the Repill;can can-,idilat, fo,r President, in p Jecrcnce ', \\i"iam Jennings Bryan, ti c 1i, i'tnac. . ti nominee; the same Nr. l'.,,kL.r who openly declared that Ire w,, 'd have voted for Theo. Roo,:evk ;i pref erence to Judge Parker, the )Demlo cratic nominee for I'resident, had it not beIen that he had not paid his poll tax an;d could inHt vote; tirw same Mr. Parker who has been a1il ing the pteole, the Democrats of Louisiana, how the State should he reformed, and posing as the "fight ing D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

GREAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. S SALE SESAW ILLY 4th AmI PSSITIVELY LASTS SNLY T1 i EES. ire Stock White Wash Goods Is order to cc ir our store of all summer goods so as to make gIn *for a full lue of New Goods for the Fall and Winter, we are gw offering many great bargains to our cusonmers. S THIS IS A GENUINE SACRIFICE SALE, et H IUt you cannot af'ord to miss, for you will find the very same ea sale here at greatly reduced prices that you have bees buy all the Spring r rd S immer, Goods that you meed and want, and have to pay &uil price for elsewhere. Tau of sle STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. Phm No. 29 Til Way f Life. The following lines, blended in happy meter, are but deductions fRue famous poelms by ditferent poets. The name. of the poets are to in the key following. The compilation is the work of H. A. b g, of San Francisco, and was published about 35 yeanrs ago. 1. Why all this toil for triumphs of an hour? 2. Life 's a short summer,-man's a fl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

Farmers' Educational F and Co-Operative Union of America t atters or Especial Memut to the Progressive Aioricultrist I t Try wholesale buying for that "high f cost of living" trouble. The roorback is a political lie with boomerang attachment. Remember that paint Is cheaper than checked clap-boards. We hope for the best; and if we get it, we hope for something better. The cigarette frequently leads a man on from a ccugh to a coffin. b Education costs a good deal; but the lack of it costs beyond computa tion. When all a man has is time, strange ly enoLgh others have little time for him. No matter how good your neighbor's crops may be, try to raise better ones. Keep everlastingly at it is a good road to success-and to the under taker. Why is it that the wise farmer al ways puts his watermelon patch in the center of the corn field? Timne robs us of many things, but wounds our vanity first by introduc ing wrinkles and a double chin. The breeding bull always repre sents half the value of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

so 0 usv. S114 'se 5 ow beo can put n all Me at golf" : I believe hc's not busy at these days." olgy at the office? Why, how's too busy at golf." CARPENTER'S WONDER FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS.  re been afflicted for twenty with an obstinate skin disease, by some M. D.'s. psoriasis, and leprosy, commencing on my mad in spite of all I could do, os help of the most skilful doc  3 owly but surely extended un  e.r nao this winter it covered fLt person in the form of dry For the last three years I have gpable to do any labor, and intesuely all the time. Every there would be nearly a dust el cales taken from the sheet s, some of them' half as large *gvelope containing this letter. i)tter part of winter my skin cracking open. I tried almost, that could be of, without any relief. The i sue I started West, in hopes reach the Hot Springs. I Detroit and was so low I 1 should have to go to the h:t Inally got as far as Lan where I had a sister liv * Dr. - treated me about blt did me no good. Alln ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 July 1911

ohn Henr J Gets Busy By GEORGE V. HOBART We were a half-hour early for my engagement with Signor Petroskinski when Bunch and- I strolled into the cafe of the Hotel Astor. "Bunch," I said, when the walter had forced a confession from us, "there's doings out home. Clara J. tipped me off last night that I must hand over my five thousand plunks to be properly invested by the mayor of Ruraldene." "Uncle Peter!" chuckled Bunch. "Now I can't tip my hand to the old gentleman and have him lecture me all over the place, can i, Bunch ?" "Not unless you want your wife to know that you sprained your prrm lae." "Then it's up to me to press the button and start my get-rich-quick concern," I said. "I simply can't go home and hand them a sad drool about being coaxed into the street and be ing trimmed for my coin-nix: The only thing to do le to go out and get it back, and get it quick, eh, Bunch?" "You bet, John," tunch agreed 'I spent last evening with Alice and I felt like phony money all the time....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

TH TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, LtOfficial Paper of the Parish of Tensas Scel BSawd ndd 1Fif L.mui Levee aDiiric. $.0 P Am . NEW SERIES VOL. VIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1911. * NUMBER 30. , l nlm m mum him ·u mmmm n" " 1 1 nm1 11 mu m 1 mm u m l l I• I I I l I TOOK A CHANCE' AND BECAME HERO LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER RUSHES A BURNING TRESTLE AND SAVES 100 LIVES. PASSENGERS IN GREAT PERIL With Quick Decision and a Jerk of the Throttle Engine Driver Snatch. es His Train From the Jaws of Car. tain Disaster. Lm Angeles, Cal.-Philosophers might And a nice problem of ethics in th is emergency: A man is confront e with a situation in which he can with certainty save his own life and ae lives of a hundred others by abandoning another hundred persons to deadly peril; or, by risking his own .ife and the lives of those whom he might have left in security, take a deiperate chance of saying all or Such a crises recently leaped up on a sudden before George A. Smith of Lis Ange...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

6000 ROADS GOSPEL bee Lrna DISCIPLES ARE THICK AS EUMELE I the BEES IN A CLOVER hig PATCH. anc afft ail NOT ALL CALLED TO PREACH 1 bui to Desire Is Strong, but Knowledge Is mu Lacking-Wonderful Progress in cos Campaign for Bc:tar Highways- - t Cut Out All Fads. BY HOWARD H. GROSS. If one looks carefully over the prees hip clippings that come in upon the ques- aid tion of good roads, he will be t:ston ished at several things. bu First, the widespread interest that lee is taken in the subject. Better high- elo ways are being discussed everywhere wr -in the shop, store, the school, at rul the cross roads, women's clubs, grain exchanges, boards of trade, railway meetings, etc. The advocates of good roads are as thick as bumble bees In a clover patch. All sorts of solutions are offered, most of which are imprac ticable, and if undertaken would be simply a waste of time and money. It reminds one of the remark of a phIloe opher, who, after listening to a young lady of voluble conversation,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

TO RULE A YOUNG REPUBLIC From a hungry newsboy on the streets of WVashington to the presiden cy of the youngest republic in the world is the remarkable record of Dick Ferris of Los Angeles. Colncl dentally with the revolution in Mexico headed by Madero there broke cut a revolt against Mexican authority in Lower California and one of those who encouraged it and helped to finance it was Ferris. A filibustering expedition fitted out by Ferris left San Francisco for Lower California and without much of a struggle the weakened au thority of Mexico was overthrown and the republic of Lower California cre ated. Of this new republic Ferris has bcen elected president. Ferris was a "newsy" on the streets of Washington twenty years ago and found the battle of life a hard one. One cold night after he 6ad sold a pa per or two on a street car he was in Jured while stepping off and one of his arms was broken. One of those i took an interest in the lad was the late Frank Hatton, a passenger on the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

ST. JOSEPH, - - LA. ABERB E. GR11N, - - UErros. -a I! Advauee. j,, r FRIDAY, JULY 28,1911. t MR. MICHEL's PLATPFORM. The Gazette takes pleasure in pre- p senting this week to its readers the I platform upon which the Hon. Jno. a T. Michel appeals to the voters of t Louisiana for their support in his a candidacy for the Governorship. a While there is a tendency to look rather to the man than to the plat form, still we deem it proper for candidates for the great office of i Governor of a State to acquaint the a people with his views of the issues 1 of the day and inform them as to the policies he will advocate if en trusted with the powers of Chief Magistrate. This Mr. Michel has done in clear and unequivical language, and his platform will bear close scrutiny and certainly commend itself to all the voters. Judging the man ,y his record as private citizen and public official the people can rely on his utmost sincerity in what he promises. It is a good platform and has be hind it a goo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

GREAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. THIS SALE BEGAN JULY 4th AND POSITIVELY LASTS ONLY TWO WEEKS. Entire Stock of White Wash Goods In order to clear our store of all summer goods so as to make room for a full line of New (ioods for the F:all and Winter, we are sow offering many great bargains to our customers. THIS IS A GENUINE SACRIFICE SALE, eme that you cannot afford to miss, for you will find the very same on sale here at greatly reduced prices that you have been buy ag Jl the Spring and Summer, Goods that you need and want, and have to pay full price for elsewhere. Tens of sale STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. Phone No. 29 )" im Mary Riddllle is visiting -ids in Madison palislh. Mr. and rs. \\'litmore of Trxa rsguests at the Illrnstly house p ticb week. Mr. Louia Blackman left thii "_ k for a two wee.k's visit to Hot Spiup, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. .. E. By. y:,ni re lr'sd this wieek from a visit to ihtives at Ida, I.:. V'r. and Mrs. A. . \Winterton family, (if (y...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

S 8 tof gr EXCELLENT AS CORN CUTTER an Two Old Saw Blades Bolted Onto we Piece of Timber Makes Indispens able Farm implement. pC be An excellent corn cutter may be ur constructed at an expense of less than a dollar .f two old saw blades are cc available. at Bolt the front end of the cutting bt blade on top of a piece of 2 by 4. cc Rip the second piece of 2 by 4 w, about four inches and let the blade ro se til ac S xx *t t tb to ptform nderath the las It b i su t cc stantial platform. Two men stand on the platform and catch the corn as it falls. With It they can cut from six to seven acres per day. COWUES MADE VERY USEFUL Animals Can .Easily Be Taught to Go Long Distances Into Pastures or Woods for Cows. We do not think collies are danger ous with children. We have raised two farm puppies and they became firm companions for the children and we never knew them to snap at the little ones or show a disposition to harm them, says a writer in an ex changQ Collies are very useful on the fa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

9 TWhen you want the best there is, ask your grocer for SEEN IT SINCE. / heut to see that man to; he borrowed my 115W months ago. "ew Sensation. had vislted one of the amusement parks for and with the courage by those girls whpse boys and girls older she had not hesl invited, to take a ride on hrfters'" that abound in , on her return from i confided the emotions as she swept al the "flgure eight" brothers. 8e said, "when I went turns so fast I felt freckles on my stom Companion. In Eden. -What's Adam so today? S says that the ar means that all his peace have been head for good.-Puck. IT RIGHT. He Quit Colffee. Companies will not mstering from heart obvious. .Sas matter to the hus Who is solicitous for Slis dear ones. Often is caused by an un tad can be corrected if .d properly treated. A writes: Reat coffee drinker for and was not aware of the is of the habit till I I invalid, suffering Weoble, indigestion and to an extent that made miserable myself and W those who witnessed my to d...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 July 1911

JOHN T. MICHEL ANNOUNCES HIS PLATFORM IN A CONCISE MANNER HE SETS FORTH HIS CLAIMS FOR AS PIRING TO THE STATE'S HIGHEST OFFICE. HIS ATTITUDE IS A PLAIN ONE THE NEEDS OF THE STATE ARE EXPLAINED AND PLANS ARE GIVEN FOR BETTERING CONDITIONS. Insists That the State's Insane Should Have Better Care-Would Have Candidates File Items of Election Expense. To the Democratic Voters of Loulsi ana: In an authorized interview, pub lished May 7, of the present year, in which I formally announced my can didacy for governor in the next gen eral primary, I said: "At the proper time I will make an unequivocal statementqf my attitude on all mat ters which I consider as live issues in the state of Louisiana." JOHN T. MICHEL In my opinion the state campaign has reached a stage of development which renders the fulfillment of that promise necessary. Being a native of the state and having been' honored with the confidence and support of the people in a position of high re sponsibility during many years, I s...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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