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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

GREAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. TIS SALE SEW iMY 4t1 AlIm n aITr uLTST mI n m as. Entire Stock of White Wash Goods Im order to clear eour store of all summer goos as as to - room for a full nae of New sods for the Far ad Winter, we are sow offering may great hargalps to our atesmers. THIS IS A GENlINE SAICFEE SALE, ie that you saamot afford to mis, for you wil lid the very same aoods on sale here at gretly reduced prices that you have bn bwy all the Sprnl rnd Summer, Oeeds that yeo meed and w id have to pay uh prc we for sowwhore. ITm of Sa STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. Pm br Ne. 29 Fr StaS awlr. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the State Senate from the 29th 8ematorial District, composed of the Par S hues of Concordia and Tenias. If elect ' IJ pledge myself to faithfull guard represent the beat interest of the poe to the best of my ability and un G. H. CLINTON. Tc My Fellow-Citizens of Concordia and Tase Parishes: I hereby announce my aspirat...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

NOTES eA<f*l MEADOWBROOK FARM Named your farm yet? Salt the steers In the pasture. Cats are a source of grave danger to chicks. Bee-keeping is a profitable adjunct to poultry raising. Fight the weeds of all kinds and keep bad ones from going to seed. if you want to kill weeds, cultivate or boe them when the sun shines hot. In producing milk you get no profits until the cost of the feed is covered. The boar should always receive some consideration as well as the sow. An electric power is the most con venient power for operating a power churn. Domestication plays a very promi neat part upan the prolificacy of animals. Have regular hours for doing the milking and milk the cows in the same order. The market garden furnishes a large amount of waste products which may be utilized for poultry food. If you buy a hiomer that has large warts on Its beak you may b4 sure that it is more than two years old. More live stock is an economy in the production of the world's food supply rapidly bei...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

THAT SORE THROAT throat is inflammation of the Y;. membrane of the throat, and , sa membrane happens to be at all I ye a predisposition to sore . t will exist. S~etwae Toilet Antiseptic is both a , it:lve and a cure for sore - y .use it possesses extraor Sceansing, healing and germi Spalities Just a little in a glass Seater, used as a gargle, will quick b;svs a all soreness and strengthen . ascous membrane of the throat, . athu overcome all tendency to - throat. U¢Ue is far superior to liquid an or Peroxide for all toilet and uses. -j* se may be obtained at any Mtre, 25 and 50c a box, or sent upon receipt of price by The Toilet Co.. Boston, Mass. ior a free sample. Impossible. Agagrge acts like a fool." sigs. An actor could never come as to nature as that "-Variety Life. I Crons Ball Blue makes the laundress mnsken clothes wiLter than snow. pdgrocers. Disappointed. Shern-Was Subbubs disappoint his bouse? or-Yes; what he took to be uiaboose turned out to be the gmportant to Mothers ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 18 August 1911

Athletic Number of Games Should be Reduced Contests All Around by PAUL C. PHILLIPS. N. D. se BELIEVE thoroughly in intercollegiate sport, but, in general, es viewing the number of athletic contests occurring between col- cr leges throughout the country, I should say unhesitatingly yes to to this question. The tendency of the last twenty years has r been toward the increase of intercollegiate contests in each f sport, and the addition of new sports, until the number has passed the normal for an institution of higher learning. Sched- d ules of over 25 games in term time in any branch of inter collegiate athletics certainly transcend the laws of proportion sF in college life. The general public recognizes that. Any reduction in schedules concerns the scholarship, the physical a condition and the ideals of the men on teams and the ideals and finances m of the student body. All these factors should be given due weight, there fore, in determining their length. Of these scholarship, of cou...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

" G- Z:" tLt THE TENS A A gPhasn t comp.,y, Ltd. , .Offic. . Parer of the Prb o Teasms Scri 4 r 1 . ** SA NE'BIW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA. FRIDAY, AUGUST'5, 1911.:-"' NUMBER 34. min- I s III n unm . . . . . ... .. .....ilMI I nlii5 m~m I I IiI I I a • IIM I min III In n I m m IN I mn II n im umil iI umg mIa i Ioa g mI n IU RAI MMI.- I • a InI ..... .. iII qn I MamIi I uIIIIgil~ ~~~, I .AIgg iM$MW ih gIig$ Iag gm i N g aI MImimii_ uiii ilk lAMEGAPHONE Caruso With a Cyclone in Either Lung. lyes, Who Calls the Trains In ,' gig Northwestern Sta Sea, Has a Voice Like a Foghorn. --Clyde B. Hayes is the rail Every day from 3:30 p. Saie proclaims the departure of Np alJs than any other station isu concert platform is of all eitructlon and it is located ear the splendid ceiling. of Northwestern railroad sta thousand people each day ve ears as he skylarks schedule on the Milwau seah divisions, plus enough aMas to keep Chicago and coast bound in close fel Presidents of the United b...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

or NcClQU PflRL WWLLIAM T OaX ' r b I I JTRIAM 7 HO is not stirred at the mention of a camp fire in the forest! Civilization has not taken from us the appreciation of the camp fire's glow near bivouac or tent, but it has too often removed as from the opportunity of enjoying this pleasure. To t he increasingly large number of people who do find it possible to spend the summer and fall in the woods and mountains a note of friendly warning at this time may not be amiss. This is the season when each year thou sands of inexperienced and oftentimes careless people enter the forest to camp and fish and wander, to let their minds and bodies grow. How many of these people realize what a menace they are to that same forest which they admire, and to the old trees which they reverence? Even old, experienced woodsmen are not always careful with their camp fires. Hunters who hive been in the woods for 20 years often, leave smol dering embers when they break camp. This, of course, is pure reckless...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

f j Cayt. ey Whielod Sharply Up Into the Wind. CHAPTER I. ', Man With Wings. hours-Cayley was too a I today to bother with aumber of them-he bad lowly northward down a brese. Hundreds of him was the dazzling. ter of the polar Ice pack the northern limits of seelm in it impenetrable a sextant, a bottle of S olver comprised. with e were, and wtl the dien wings of his aro equipmemt. His near t-nesa , If you could canll Aa p)+uad tin at pemmi Saer a stone on the rwemity of Herald island. way. The Untoed States at Point Barrow, the gtsety pealt of Alaska hikh he bad celled home tree moths,. was poi as fr asin away, ssom the southeast. past weeks of ua shiae, he had fairly ThI earth had so ob -A the sir no perils. 'T ' reeut broad fn-tail _'wIle beneath him, his alightly rwaruw at the g-oucs ng es that only hed him pluagisg, bead the sulkm masses of lay there preon, uspa sleping bag which hwwark supporting his na saerea u the great ful ii tea drew curiouly user, a wheel and a plunge. hs...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

Thl Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA., ABNER a. GREEN. - - EDIOR. h, BUSSCRIPTION VRARLY I FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. JUDGE HALL'S LEITER. The Picayune and Times-Dem- S ocrat of last Sunday contain the fol lowing lithographic copy of a letter F from Judge Luther E. Hall, candi- tl date of Mr. John M. Parker and b the Good Government League, for t Governor, to Mr. Henry Bernstein: 0 (Copy.) ii L. E. HALL i Jines Cooarr or APPAL. Monroe, La., Aug. 7, 1910. Henry Bernstein, Esq., Monroe, La.: Dear Henry-If you have not already done so, please write to Mr. J. H. Kirk patrick, Homer, La., and urge him to do what he can and to begin now. He could t hel a great deal if he would. VLendon's friends do not seem to be d sanying for me over thee. A ettefrom you to the registrars and game wardens in other parishes would do good. Yours, LE. HALL. For fear that some of our readers may not know the persons referred to in the letter, we will explain that Mr. J. H. Kirkpatrick is Registrar of Vote...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

GREAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. TUS S lli IIA JMIY 4it ANI Ir YIIr uIr myr n amu. Entire Stock of White Wash Goods I. order to clear eur store ef A ammmmer sto make room bor fui e mof New Oo1 ar the Fa and Winter, we are mow offering many great bargain to r care amers. TIUS IS A GENGIE SAUICEN SALE, e that you caueot afford to miNl, h$r yj wllN fied the very same ood sale .her at tratiy reduced pc tat ye have hben buy. rl the spri and S ,,mmer, ea that you me i and wt, aEd have to pay lug price tor aesewhereo Tnas 5W STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. ·k 2 I- - : 10 • , aC • U J.. mk o e- C <r rig 1E r. E*P Fw Stma s . I hereb announe myself as a candi date for theate Senate from the 29th Senatorial District, composed of the Par ishes of Concordia and Tenmes. If elect ed, I pledge myself to faithfull guard sad represent the best interest of the leto the best of my ability and un G. H. CLINTON. Tc My Fellow-Citihens of Concordia and Tenes Parishes: I hereby...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America MalonrsfEspcal MKeele to th rregressive Agricaheit An unprincipled man is like a nail -he cannot go straight. The w.se man kno.,a when be has enough before he gets It. When a tired man snores in church it is a sign that be is dreaming of heaven A man who Is always changing breeds never finds one that just suits him. It takes a real Chris.lan to drive two miles through the mudholeb and arrive at the church in an exalted frame of mind. The "measly little" potatoes may make fast as good seed as the better sort: aad then agalin they may-and probably will-not A pessimist is a .an who prefers to stay at home and sort potatoes while the boss and the rest of tbh nrowd goes fishing. The hen is admitted to be one of the treatest financia' factors in the country today, and she is also one of the most overworked. Why not use the co-operative creamery or cooperat've store as a station for the collection of branded and cooperatively sold eggs...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

F- FERED AGONY. .Qa.da Headache and Dizziness bC"used Untold Misery. ;gry J. White, 416 No. 3rd St., FL. SArk., says: "I suffered every but death from terrible kidney I I did not have a moment's peace. The urine re sembled blood and left a red stain when it touched the linen. I When passed, fire could not have burned more. i had awful headaches and dizzy po spells and my back " ached constantly. I g ing Doan a's Kidney Pills after ---e 'remedies had failed to help - gad was completely cured. I have , s ip of kidney trouble since." Spgember the name-Doan's. S sale by druggists and general  .spers everywhere. Price 600. .t 1.Milburn Co, Buffalo, W;. Y. NE TAKES OFF THE TABLE. Lu 4 d' Onmedian-Our stage meal in act is contrary to the usual of serving dinner. How so? (ggedlan-The supe comes l*s dessert ,, et Suicilently Eager. ae miss of five years was under of disobedience. She had been put sway her playthings, as it bedtime. She did not obey and, when forced to do way to a petulant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 25 August 1911

SCIENCE Or BlALTH I- I Former Research Fellow in Physology Umnlvrty Toxins and Anti-Toxins By long odds the most interesting m problem at present engaging the atten- bh tion of scientific m researches in the az great laboratories se of Europe is the m problem of finding la a permanent pre ventive of certain fr diseases t h a t tv yearly sweep into ti the harvest of m death an appaling as number of human n, beings. v 'be deadly germ it of pneumonia, of 01 tuberculosis, and dP of other diseases i that drag men w down to death. is u no respector of rank or wealth. Cough- fl ed, sneesed, spat and breathed into the is air In laeoneeivable billions andmylads i of bilies, and swept by the winds in- w to every horne in the land, or intro- e1 dleod Into the bodies of men sad wom- s5 em by more subtle ways and contacts. the disease germ has at its mercy T every ue of us who is not naturally * immune to ts activities. Public sani- 1 tatics however strict, can do nothing a to prevet the spread ...

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

STHE TENSAS GAZEE S blis~h P Cmpy, Ltd. Offici Paper d t Pariso d Tern. Scaul ard and Fifth Lewiiom lw. Iuict. $1.v P. Ae NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. NUMBER 35. :. . . . ... . . . n i ... .to Il. IS .., i H n II I.l li .. . . . . .il. I. lag I n i llm I I n .i I . i .l .. . I ' I .. i I . nI I N Curiai Man Made to Take New lusband Interest in Life By DL P. C. BRANSCOMB, Motr.aj Can. OME time ago a lady of whom I thought a great deal and to whom I stood in the relation of family physician came to - see me, as she said, to have a heart-to-heart talk about her husband, a very close friend of mine and a most worthy man. She had no complaint to make of her consort. Hie was everything that was kind and good and generous, but-there , always a but-it was beginninu to tell.gn her nerves.the *sy her go'Tman bothered her without being conscious of it. The trouble was he hung about the house too much and this threw upon her the burden of entertaining him....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

CONSCIENCE IN LAW MAKING zoq we - CL " URINO the last seven or eight years in the sen ate and in the house of representatives the re have been introduced many measures. Many of them have had their origin directly with the people who have made their influence felt more markedly within the dec ade than perhaps ever before in the history of the country. As re sult of this members of both houses have been at times forced to show plainly whether their sympathies were with the masses or with the great controlling interests. It has been hard for them to counterfeit a loyalty to the people's interests Some of them have attempted it and have been found out, and are now in private life. The conditions have been such as to make congressional actions within the last few years ofr special interest, certainly to the on looker in Washington. tr After the Beveridge beef-inspection cl amendment had been tacked-it was hoped securely-upon the agricultural department appropriation bill the sen ate awai...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

Records MICHAEL of DANEVITCH True Tales do Russian Secret Service Ediled by GEORGE T. PARDY (Copyright by W u. Chapman) The Fate of Vassilo Ivanoff ygliso Ivanoff was by profession ieblitect. He was also an artist of gs repute. and two or three of his S had found a place on the S,ofd the St. Petersburg salon. His i-s sometimes rated him for de w too much time to painting plc So that did not pay, and too little a profession, which did pay. He l.3 ies been engaged to Maria .A ea., who had the reputation whg g one of the most beautiful women In St Petersburg. She ,g a member of a poor but exceed good family. The marriage of pgg couple had been delayed on sreeds that lvanoff could not at. to keep a wife until his financial ai la improved. OW"aiIg Ivanoff's friends was one who was said to be wealthy a~lgso exceedingly practical, and was in the habit of consulting about many tiings. Riskoff that his friend was improvi as well as impractical, strongly him to delay his Intended Ivanoff wa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

Tho Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER K. GREEN, - - EDrOa. UBSCRIPTIONl VARLY $1501 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. AN UNSEEMLY SPECTACLE. Judge Hall is a candidate for I Governor of Louisiana. He has al ready taken his oath of office as As sociate Justice of the Supreme Court 1 and if defeated in his ambition to become Governor, will, next spring, take his seat on the Supreme Bench. 1 In that capacity he will daily pass upon questions involving life, liber ty and property to litigants before that Court and affecting, indeed, the interest of all inhabitants of the State. Judge Hall is a poor man. It costs a lot of money to make the race for Governor and somebody must put up that money, for Judge Hall hasn't got it to put up. The judge is engaged in an acri monious and heated political cam paign. He and his organs of the press are daily slinging mud at Dr. Aswell, and the doctor and his or gans are daily bespattering the judge. Every day an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

GREAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. I 5b 1 3l(A lILY 4th ANI POSITIVELY LASTS LY TW WEEKS. ire Stock of White Wash Goods In order to clear our store of all summer goods so as to make 4r a full line of New Goods for the Fall and Winter, we are egejrlag many great bargains to our customers. THIS IS A GENUINE SACRIFICE SALE, tU you cannot afford to miss, for you will find the very same a sale here at greatly reduced price that you have been buy* the Spring sad Summer, Goods that you need and want, and have to pay full price for elsewhere. js of Sae STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. PIe1 No. 29 - Sasieeaood Sunday in September lOth--the Rev. H. R. Carson Sin Tenes parish as follows: J . ph, Christ Church, Morning ad Hioly Communion, at 11 a. in. Id'moon, Union Church, Evening Ir,7:4 p. m. a s-al invitation to attend these itesgtaded to the pdblic. 1 sals O'Kelley is visiting friends g*man nBaker has returned from visit to relatives in Arkansas. »Jhry Bell Murdock is...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

Pdiur uE When Weed and Fillmore Met "Warwlck" of Whig Days Told of How He Made Acquaintance of Man Whom Later He Put in White House. About two years before his death, which occurred in 1882, Thurlow Weed was chatting with a group of friends, narrating some of his earlier experiences as a great politician or, as many called him, the "Warwick" of Whig days. He was reminded that, although he failed to nominate for the presidency the man upon whom that purpose had been centered for at least ten years. William H. Seward, yet he might nev ertheless be content, since he had al most exclusively led the Whig party to nominate a candidate for president and another for vice-president, both of whom beesne presidents. '1 have been given more credit for suggesting that Zachary Tayloc be nominated for president by the Whigs in 1848 than I really deserve," Mr. Weed said. "It is true that I was the first Whig leader to suggest General Taylor's name. But the sentiment among the leaders of the Whig pa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

t SHAKE) Osidine is not only i hequickest, safest, and onret remedy for Chills and Fever, but a most dqendable tonic in all xianual disease. A liver tonic-a kid # tonic-a stomach Sbowel tonic. If a system-cleansing i mic is needed, just try OXIDINE -a bottle proves. 4, - c6 for Mlus.,chin d Fever and all diseaes des to disordered kid. • s- livr, stomck ad bowls. SfI. At Your DIi Ies 1as 3sea3 s naOe 0o., Waso. Texas. , ATIVE OF HER SEX 'gs lOsd But Exercised Recognized PflitlSge That Is Universally Granted. uA couple had been courting years and the young man $o be in no hurry to marry. ,a day, he said: i|Ia marry thee." that?" asked she. t Y 'bged my mind," said he. I8'l tell thee what we'll do," "If folks know that it's S lass given me up I shanna I. get another chap; but if I've given thee up I can So we'll have banns .and when the wedding day parson will say to thee: have this woman to be thy ? and thou must say: 'I i when he says to me: have this man to be thy band?' I shall say...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 September 1911

;SGIRL olBI SYNOPSIS. At the expense of a soiled hat Herbert Orme naves from arrest a girl In a black touring car who has caused a trmec jam on State street. He buys a new hat and Is given a five dollar bill with: "Remem ber person you pay this to," written on It. A second time he helps the girl In the black car and learns that in Tom and Bese/e WallLngham they have mutual friends, but gets no further hint of her Identity. In his rooms at the Pete Mar quette he telephones Bessle Wallinghan and agrees to olf at Arradale on the morrow. He discovers another inscrip tion on the marked bill, which. In futile attempt to decipher, he coples and places the copy in a drawer. CHAPTER II. Senor Poritol. When Orme answered the knock at the door a singular young man stood at the threshold. He was short, wiry, and very dark. His nose was long and complacently tilted at the end. His eyes were small and very black. His mouth was a wide, uncertain slit. In his hand he carried a light cane and a silk...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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