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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

THE ENS S GAA- 8 ·: PEalishiag Company, Ltd. Offi Paper th Paih of TXea Sca. G /TZ 1iT T1E, , A SNEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. . , ST..JOSEPH, LA., FRI)AY, AUGUST 4, 1911. NUMBER 31. ellow Work Horse Is Much Like borers Office Girl By MAUD BEALY UT THERE in the street is a horse that looks just like I feel. Do not imagine that he is a carriage horse, champing the bit and pawing the ground, or a saddle horse ready for a trot, for' he is neither. He is a meek, subdued beast of burden, attached to a wagon filled with broken limestone. A laborer is stand ing thereon hurling the recks to the street. The horse mean while waits, unmoved, unmovable. When the wagon is unlhided the laborer will gather up the loose reins and drive slowly to the barns. A bag of oats, -, a manger ful of hay, and a bed of straw in a narrow stall is rd of the dray horse's labor. The morrow will be like today. He the stones, and wait to be driven home and rest. He is part of a like myself. He dares not have an individuali...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

FEET ARE AWKWARD Great Many English Women Are Pigeon-Toed. Neighbcrs From France Declare They Should Have School for Teach. Ing of Foot Deportment-Hcb ble Skirt Blamed. London.-The Englishwoman would be the most graceful woman in the world If she could only learn the graceful management of her feet. This, in effect, was the verdict of a party of Frenchwomen who visited Hyde Park, and who speared to derive considerable amusement from watch Ing the awkward way in which the English women in the penny chairs placed their feet. "'Maladroit," "gauche," were a few of the criticisms overheard expressed in tones of varying intensity. It was noticed that the indies sitting in the row-the objects of these com ments-were apparently all unaware of the criticism their feet were causing. Though not, perhaps, the usual habitues of the park, they were most ly well dressed women, wearing the customary "hobble" skirts and the rather conspicuous shoes of today. which are made in various shades of leath...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

Under the Rose - The Strange Dilemma of *NEY eF Stephen Dawlish VALENTIN. ,raortlgotor By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. 0. Chapman) m LTHOUGH it was after" eight of an evening in 1 mid-October, and long past the usual hour for closing his office in the Flatiron building, Fin ney Valentine was there I alone, finishing up some I details demanding per sonal attention. Sudden ~ desk 'phone at his elbow tinkled at. An agitated male voice the other end of the line began to the instant connection was es- 1 *"sapector Valentine-this is Daw- * .-tgave Dawlish-you remember? I Y as, ispector, I'm in a devil of a just killed a man-said he was Willlston's first husband-remem that case? Well, he tried to me-our wedding comes off h.tbee days-yes-I hit him--only lfnt that was enough. Say, in Sslsr, can't you come out here right I Why, I'm at Locust Valley- Lhew my place-there's a lt at nlne-thirty, get you here by can? That's good-l'll a motor at the station to meet Don't fail me. rm in an a...

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

The Tm fame. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABWER E. GREEN, - - Earrea. SUBSCRIPTIOW VRARLY a fl In Avrrance. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. ORAND VICTORY FOR' VARDAMAN. At the primary election held in our sister State of Mississippi on Tuesday, August 1st, ex-Governor James K. Vardanian was nominat ed for United States Senator over present Senator Leroy Percy and Hon. C. H. Alexander by a major ity that will be- in excess of 20,000. Many Louisiana Democrats-pos sibly a majority in this section of the State-will approve of the action of the Mississippi Democracy, as the ex-Governor has hosts of friends and well-wishers here, who have been watching the progress of the campaign in our sister State with eager interest, because the principles and platform of the nominee suited them exactly. The telegraph tells that it was a veritable landslide for Maj. Varda man, because every means and method, from abuse and villification to the use of money was resorted to by his opponents-even the Gov ernor using hi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

GREAT CUT.PRICE Clearance Sale! ! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. 1ims SALE SEW I T 4th A POSITIVELT LASTS YIT 1M1 EILS. Entire Stock of White Wash Goods Sorder to lr eurere f an mmmr goods so asm t make eem for fuill e df New Goods for the Fal and Winter, we are mew offering many great kbgalns to our customers. TITS IS A GE l SACEICE SALE, an that you canet lfford to dle lor ym, wiNl id the very same on sale her 't greatly red r.is that yoe have been buy i J the Spri a Summer, GOoed that yes eed and want, ana iave to pay L prlc for elsewere. Tenws of S* STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SOlN. . Ie people of St. Joseph were shocked Pwinod u kaly n Fr da o h: i of the death of Miss Eloise Bow ass, which occurred at the home of r. and Mrs. F. O. Adams, st "Locust stue," while on a visit to her friend, jl Susile Adams. Death rsalited from dabtes, from which the young lady has I y g a sufferer for some time. Sis Bowman war the daughter of Mr. 1 d Mrs. F. E. Bowman of this parish. " ~ e was a most at...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

Farmers' Educational Union of America lanl CEspecal mse tis o regressive Apicultii Backbone is more essential to suc cess than wishbone. A well-scoured hoe is the sign of a profitable corn crop. The mortgage is the most successful standpatter of the lot. When a man stands on his dignity he chooses a slippery footing. The narrow-tired wagon is a com panion to the soon-tired horse. The two-row cultivator splits the wages of the hired man in half. Weight in a horse makes the load lighter and the sale-check larger. The man with a willing arm up his sleeve is pretty certain to get along. A grouch is always the child of self ishness and ought to die before it is born. Rule by the autocrat, whether czar or political boss, breeds government by mob. A thing less desirable to see than a disappoited old man is a dissipated Young man. Even better than a promise of the hereafter is a tall realization of the value of the here. If you keep close to the market your bank account will grow whether yo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

N. OF MISERY by Lydia E. Pitk Compoond. o "For seven years I eryting. I was in bed for four or five days at a time every month, and so weak I could hardly walk. I cramped and had backache and head ache, and was so nervous and weak that I dreaded to see anyone or have anyone move in the room. The doctors gave me medicine to ease me at those raid that I ought to have an I would not listen to that, a friend of my husband told Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege. nd and what it had done eI was willing to take it. took the picture of health and i- too. Ican do my own house. = y en, and milk a co*. n company and enjoy ma visit when I choose, and w as any ordinary woman, te month. I wish I coul sfferingwomanandglrL" BrrazTnv, Sikeston, Mo. successful remedy in this the cure of all forms of plaints is Lydia E. Pink.. le Compound. sre widely and successfully any other remedy. It has s of women who have with displacements, in. uloeration, fibroid tumors., periodicp s, backachbe, wn feelng, indigestion, i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 August 1911

6hn1Henr 'i Gets Excited By GEORGE V. HOBART One Sunday. I determined to forget p1 all my troubles and tale Peaches out tk buggy riding. When I suggested the buggy ride W to Peaches she was delighted, and I al moseyed for the Ruraldene livery sta ble to get staked to a horse. st The livery man at Ruraldene is hi named Henlopen Diffenbingle, and he w looks the part. I judged from the excited manner in which he grabbed my deposit money u] that morning that he had a note fall- ti ing due next day. t Then Heulopen shut his eyes, w counted six, turned around twice, mul- I tiplied the day of the week by 19, sub- o tracted 17, and the answer was a cream-colored horse with four pink n feet and a frightened face, which a looked at me sadly, sighed deeply and a then backed up into the shafts of a o buggy with red wheels and white sul- h phur springs. 5 The livery man said that the name g of the horse was Parsifal, because it seemed to go better in German. o I drove Parsifal up to our modest I...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

HE ENS S goe PblshngCopayLt. ffcil apr te Prih Tsss ead ndFi& asins awe i NEW~~~~~~~~~~ ~* SEISVL XII T OSPL. FIAAGSTI.11 181E ......- - --- -- - - --- --- 2 --- -- - -- --------- @ == ---= --c --e--- - --,*r -r - - rr l- -- ... . - r FIED ROOSTER GETS ON A DRUNK SEMON CAUSES THE IGNO :pJIOU8 OVERTHROW OF A STATELY "DEACON." FERMENTED CHERRIES of Barnyard at First Warns to Pass Temptation, but Giddy Young Pullet Dares Downfall Comes. N. y.-Cnantecler, the prize of Mrs. Acton W. Smith, is . hantec!er is of arlsto liwouth Rock descent, the which the American branch ailly sprang, hating come * the Mayflower, and until re he was prominent in the Young a association and a lead all the social activities of the bMrayard. The younger cock eaflsd him "Deacon" when he go fd ears;:ot, but from the wi hlaes and marriageable pullets received the most consider cu ent Osacon was a dignified bird, ail eight inches long and four inches thick all over whole barnyard fell to si he cleared his thro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

DAINTY A'I.D DELICIOUS SALADS TO TEMPT THE MOST JADED APPETITE. Now berved at Beginning of Dinner and Voted a Digestive Second to None-Some Brand-New Recipes. They are serving salads, with a dif ference. A salad nowadays is very frequently eaten at the beginning of dinner and voted a digestive second to none. Of all the fruits, pineapple is of the greatest value to the dyspeptic and contains the most delicate acid. The following recipe for a pineapple salad will be found an excellent one, and it is, moreover, a very pretty dish to serve at the beginning of luncheon or dinner. Pineapple In Lettuce Nests.-Cut a pineapple into small pieces. Add on** cupful of finely chopped celery, one cupful of walnut meats and one cupful of orange pulp. Shred one head ol lettuce very finely and form into nests on individual plates. Mix one cupful of mayonnaise and stir it lightly with the pineapple, etc.; add more mayonnaise, if the fruit is not sufficiently moist, and heap into the little lettuce ne...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

pRcords MICHAEL DANE VITCH True Tales t Russian Secret Service Edited by GEORGE T. PARDY (ovpyrighI by W. 0. Chapsam) IAMODERN - BORGIA 'tri'l his long and remarkable ea , Michael Danevitch was called ,o solve problems of a very var . In his own particular way t was a genius; and it almost as thought nature had en oim with an eighth sense, for and grasped points which no 1 ij could see. He was a perfect *pd his powers of mimicry and his expression and per- 1 wppearance were little short of 4 He could with ease as i le role of an ambassador or woman, and he possessed to le degree the faculty of which is indispensable to who wishes to distinguish him tho detective's art. gauner night CoL Ignatoff, gas in command of an infantry of the line, temporarily sta bs Moscow, returned to his after being out all evening, pnlaining of being very ill, that the regimental doctor be sent for. When the physl ed, he found that his com elcer had vomited violently, lying on the bed in a state coflapse. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

TheTsas Gazetns. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNR E. GREEN, - - Knron. 'i . ,* $1.5 FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911. HOW SHALL WE VOTE? The most interesting event of the campaign, so far, is the great meet ing at Baton Rouge last Saturday, when Gov. J. Y. Sanders opened his campaign for the United States Senatorship. The Governor devoted the first first part of his speech to a defense of his administration, answering the attacks of his opponents, land the latter part to his position on na tional issues. While the Gazette believes that the Sande . administration has been honest arid efficient and that the Governor may well ask the suffrages of the people in his candidacy for the Senatorship because of his rec ord as governor, we still feel inter ested in the position of the aspi rants for the Senatorship on the great questions of the day which are to be solved by the Congress of the United States. Governor Sanders leaves us in no doubt as to his attitude toward these questions. He tells us he is ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

GREAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FORTWO WEEKS ONLY. IlS SALE BEGCA JULY 4th AND PISITIVELY LASTS SILT TWO WEILS. fintre Mstockof White Wash Goods nla order to clear our store of al asummer goods so as to make tlms for a full line of New (ooeds ot the FaM and Winter, we are now offering many great bargales to our customers. THIS IS A GENUINE SACRIFICE SALE, ose that you cannot afford to miN, for you will fld the very same on sale here at greatly reduced prices that you have beso buy all the Spring and Summer, Goods that you need and want, and have to pay full price for elsewhere. Tenns of Sale STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. Phone No. 29 Fir StM Snaltr. I hereby announce myself as a candi h, for the State Senate from the 29th al District, composed of the Par of Concordia and Tenps. If eleet C I plede myself to faithfnll guard a. spresent the best interest of the Sto the best of my ability and un - G. HI. CLINTON. ' Pellow-Citizens of Concordia and Tlai Parishes: Stieby announce ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

LAPS FOR MINERS Electrio Bulbs W!ill Prevent Ex plosions and Disasters. tb el ti Miners' Old "Naked" Light Will Be Supers.da~ by Modern Electric tt Light Operated by a Pocket at Storage Battery. o0 at Chicago.-The assertion that the o1 time is fadt approaching when naked at lights in coal mines will be absolutely abolished is made by a writer. A few al years ago, he says, there were prac- be tically no safety light mines in Amer- A ica; today there are a large number of c4 mines using safety lights exclusively bh in all of their underground work. The d chief objection to safety lamps is W due almost entirely to their poor light. tl Acetylene has been tried, but it is d dangerous. Electricity is the hope of the future, and he gives ,an account Y of a newly invented miners' lamp that tl is fed by electric current from a pock- ft et storage battery. This battery, we are told, is as handy as an oil canteen and it is as unbreakable, being "ar mor-clad" with sheet steel. The charg ing rac...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

1 O nSORIAL ART. Mt the "; l-~ I see that they have fired glI bomb at the czar and he had S shave. o Well. a close shave wouldn't ch y of those Russian whisker- dr sa _ ___ an ; I AGONY WITH ITCHING en SIaUt four years ago I broke out 45spes on my arms like boils. Af gao months they were all over my .I ~mi e coming, and some going Ih  a about six months the boils bat my arms, neck and body oat with an itching, burning fri It would burn and itch, and uit in pimples like grains of m I was in a terrible condition; wt  t sleep or rest. Parts of my were raw., and I could scarcely py clothes on. I could not lie b g in any position and rest. In a year the sores extended down feet. Then I suffered agony ft burning, Itching sores. 1 hardly walk and for a long time di not put on socks. this time I was trying every- tb Sinauld hear of, and had the skill doctors. They said it was I got no benefit from all in Swars nearly worn out, and had q La despair of ever being cured at was advised by ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 11 August 1911

ohn Hentr B Gets A Setback By GEORGE V. HOBART Dinner was nearly over at Uncle Peter's villa in Ruraldene when sud denly the doorbell rang violently and two minutes later the servant an nounced that Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius McGowan were in the parlor. I knew! They were really Skinski and Dodo, engaged by us to go on the road with their sketch, and I had once Introduced them s Bunch's relatives. Bunch was gettinL back! First I decided to faint; then I changed my mind and tried to figure out which would be the most cruelly effective way of killing Bunch Jeffer son. Uncle Peter resented the unexpected arrival of these strangers, because he wanted tt, sit around and have the home folks tell him how sick he was. "I'd like to know what Bunch Jef ferson means by sending his relatives over to us on a Sunday evening." my wife's uncle snapped. "Why doesn't he worry old Bill Grey with them, eh? It's bad enough for me to have to sneese my head off before my own people, but I'll be dod bimmed If l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

Zt c·t -3t' ,i - In 4 f TH-E TE NSAS GAZET  NEW SERIES VOL. XV.III. ST, JOSEPH, LA, FRIDAY., AUGUST 19, 1911. : " "IlIBEgR L mmm . .. . .. .. . . . ... .. . um m mmmmm • mmmmnmuu . ....mmmm-,-n n u -n umnnm mumit m mn • utimmlllm • mu u nn un mmmtnnmmunnmm nmmmU  mmunnul llmn  tJ M BEiR itnn m lt~n . ENOT TO DIE Ines to C'it With Work Unfinishd. to Be on His Death'ed, ,lllin Miller Says He Will : Live to Finish Life Rec ord Volume. SFrancisco.--Joaquln Miller, the of the Sierras, sits once more on YgIrtep of his cabin on The his wild, mountain estate the bay from which he over - a Francisco and the Golden a to name which he coined led word. To see and talk ,ericaams --e-am a septuagenarian and was but recently afflicted with is illness seem impossible. -'lwain Miller today is every to auch "the grand old man of 'issatains" as he was twenty age, when he earned the ap from Queen Victoria on his o omly visit to England. I Decided Not to Die" might the title of an additional vo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

THE LBNVAME N SITUATI N WILL B. S ORE , OUIDE COWPYRIOT Y OUDOOR LI P N the past five years the elk In the section of the Montana game fields north of the boundary of the Yel lowstone 1-ark have greatly increased in numbers. It has been observed by many of the hunters In recent years that a larger number of cows have two calves following them than in pre vious years. The elk are becoming acclimated to the high mountainous country of the park and upper Yellow stone and are growing more hearty -in their present environment. In early days before the great valleys and low lands were taken up by the settler the elk were found in the big open country except in late summef months, where they were vbry often found In the high mountains graing upon great plateaus. Early explorers and prospectors noted very few elk in the park and section north of that re serve, and in fact very little game ex eept buffalo This Information was obtalned from Dr. Reagle, who was with Dr. Hayden in his ofilctal ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

Recordaf MICHAEL DANE VITCH True Tales ef Russian Secret Service Edited by GEORGE T. PARDY (Copyright by W. U. (bhapmaa) The Million Rouble Robbery One evening toward the end of sum per four government officials left Msow for St. Petersburg in charge ~ as enormous amount of money, IUy in specie, but for the most part SM Russian rouble notes. The money ,O consigned to the treasury In St. ptrsburg. All the officials had been r the government service for a long Me and were selected for this spe S,1al duty on account of their trust Segthinesa and the confidence reposed . them by the heads of the depart Saots to which they belonged. The sdest man and the one in command 'g( the little party was upwards of srveaty years of age. He had been Sth e government service for 40 years S d was greatly trusted and respected. ..m sname was Popoff. The next in y was Ivan Basilovitch. who ý been 33 years in the service. 'SII came Strogonoff, with 2S years' ivoee., and lastly a young man named with ten ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

Tho hsti abu . BT. JOSEPH.- - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - nnMLIs Sun" to A&V 866 $150 D1 Addvsmoo. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911. IIUATOR POS AN T S TARIFF. In conversation with a native of 1 the Emerald Isle, who is a resident 1 of St. Joseph, he stated that when he visited Ireland a few years ago he noticed a new Singer sewing ma- 1 chine in his sister's house. He asked her what she paid for it and was told that the price was five 4 nds, or $25.00 in our money. same grade of machine sells in this oouatry for S80.00. Of course, our readers know that the Singer machine was invented and is made in the United States, why, then, doer the manufacturer sell his ma chines in a foreign lInd for less money than the same machine costs in this country? Simply because Great Britain imposes no tariff duties on sewing machines and un der our tariff laws foreign machines cannot be sold in this country, the duty on them being prohibitive. American made farming tools, such as threshers, mowers, plows, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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