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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

·i·i THE ENSAS GA c..e Publiehst Company, Ltd. Offial Paper of the Parish . Ta SchCl Bard mod F1th Ledl"im LwooaiJkL PA NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8; 1911. NUMBER 36 ..... -.; -- **** '..** *M M*n - *. ." .', - -*r, *, . CIl[NC[ Of HEA[LTH ByM .LANE, Sc. B. Vurmr rmsrc Fellow tIn Phology Ud"wrs Curing the Rest Habit lrl dd that the gret Inventor. A. Edison. when younger than he is now, could work continuously for two days and sights, or even longer, without a wink of sleep. One of Edison's "young men" that is, his pupils. or assistants once told me that the wisard, his master, would keep "the . boys" at work until they were "dead on their feet," laugh ingly telling them that sleep was a '6ek at me," he would say to s? ever hanker after sleep." the drowsy assistants would nIY and hide behind the bales gureouse In order to steal a teo while the tireless master to the world in some abstrac the story for what It is whether it be an exaggera '1 EdWison's ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

Ill SYNOPSIS. ys Philip Cayley. accused of a crime of at which he is not guilty, resigns from the lei army in disgrace and his affection for his frend, Lieut. Perry Hunter, turns to a. hatred. Cayley seeks solitude, where he perfects a flying machine. While soaring over the Arctic regions, he picks up a YC curiously shaped stick he had seen in the assassin s hand. Mounting again, he dls covers a yacht anchored in the bay. De- w sopading near the steamer, he meets a girl on an Ice floe. He learns that the rres name is Jeanne Fielding and that as the aht has come north to seek signs t of her father. Captain Fielding, an arctic explorer. A party from the yacht is ma- tr king search ashore. After Cayley departs a Jeanne finds that he had dropped a cu riously-shaped stick. Captain Planck and Ce the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler are in hiding on the coast A giant ruf man named Roecoe, had murdered Fielding yr and his two companions, after the ex pierr had revealed the location of a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

CLAUDIA'S FAST By BELLE MANIATES an"' Hiuntley sprinted through the ra.lnd caught up to the outpulling As he entered the Pullman  emathless from his speed efforts. Ssamposure was not restored by -ig bt of a young woman Irre bly groomed and gowned who the section opposite the one to him. She was apparent In a novel, but Craig the sure intuition of a man in new that she had witnessed his .Af Inevitable first quarrel of bad occurred between Claudia and himself exactly sixty -bers ago, and the adamant at she had since assumed and her to Msten to explanations had bin to find solace in a busi trip He hadn't the slightest that she. too. contemplated a . It was an awkward contre for him. and he contemplated his section. A second covert so convinced him of her In that he decided to be as a she was. setting himself and his be comfortably, he began to ePiatory of the other occupants Sar. A lackadalsical yeung with her child, a boy. of two. young nursemaid, and two mse comprised the list eall...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

Thu Tensas _Gatte. ST. JOSEPH,- - - _LA. ABNER E. GREEN. - - Ermo. OUBSCItPTIlON VRARLY 8 A.w . ..e. $1.50 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911. A REBUKE To HE T.*o. We append a letter from Mr. W. t B. Thompson, President of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange, to the Hon. John T. Michel, which forci bly and clearly sets forth the rea sons why Mr. Thompson is giving his support to the candidacy of Mr. Michel and administers to the Times-Democrat a stinging rebuke for what Mr. Thompson character. izes as that journal's conduct in "consistently employing its great power in fomenting diseord and hat red. at home and inviting contempt and suspicion from abroad." I Some two weeks ago, the Times Democrat editorially stated, in sub stance, that it was well known that scores of the persons who signed the endorsement of Mr. Michiel's candidacy for Governor were not really favorable to that gentleman but signed through fear of the so called city ring, being coerced by the "infamous methods" employed by th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

S REAT CUT-PRICE Clearance Sale! FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. -PI ISA BAN 1U Jt 4t AM mIIMet unls my I wEis. SStock White Wash Goods la order to cle err ar retre ofMd r go* so as to make si a full I.e .f Now Ods for the Fr and Winter, we are Si oderint many Igret bargls to erw iatmers. THIS IS A oN f SAMFE SALE, itht you casoet lOl wd r , om r ,w r fd the very me on sal. here I g ey redueued m t ye have boer buy i the Sprias sad Summer. od MOit yet mod i weat, mi have to pay Pfl trce ftr .ewhmý. of Si STRICTLY CASH W. R. BAKER & SON. FýY & a k 2 M. C. Garrett and little Master Henry Garrett are visiting Mrs. (Dr.) Walsh in Jerusalem, Mary gerM Joppa Station. Mrs. e writes that both are enjoy visit immensely and the d t scenery and climate has al to both. Mr. Mcintosh came down y and conducted prayer t attbe Union Church. While . McIntosh was entertained .sad Mrs. JamesCurry. A * iongreation was present p r-meeting services and I d be the case regularly 'Wednesday evening, as evi ,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

HONEST MAN FOUND Gives Police Money He Picked Up in Gutter in New York. israel Neboechik, the "Lucky" Finder, Will Send Happy Girl's Reward to Poor Old Woman in Old Country. New York.-lsrael Neboschik, who sells men's clothing at 163 Rivington street, made a great find in front of his shop. From the gutter he picked up an envelope containing $200 in bills. To find such a fortune knocking about In the gutter In Rlvlngton street Is no every-day occurrence. What Is rael did with it was more unusual still He took the money and en velope to the Delancey street police station. Lieutenant Brady and the detective of the station found their faith in hu manity increase when Neboschik told them that he had found the money; that he hd thought some poor woman might hive lost it--the savings of years-and he wanted to leave it for the owner. Lieutenant Brady thought that he had made the discovery on which Diogenes had wasted his life, and he said as much. Up In the Bronx lives Miss Molly Brambiar....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

Y TO THE RESCUE Without His Steak, but at I-t Everything Was Not Lost. Nagel. secretary of com sad labor, says the Irish race a ~dition to its sentiment and a lot of philosophy as one - t cteristics let illustration I ever heard wIo be explained to a dinner .- evening. "was the case of irh---man who had been given piece of steak. Being a man, he placed the steak in 1 bIe, and there, in the shade -i es surrounding his benefac "re,q he folded his hands, ld eyes, and gave thanks to pr the meal. When he was mitade of prayer, a dog rushed captured the steak. Pat a id in time to see the food over the hill. heaven,' he exclaimed, ighl his eyes, he left me my g"-The Sunday Magazine. Te se a Good Cook. a oa good cook means the of all fruits, herbs, balms a; d of all that is healing to fields and groves, savory n it means carefulness, in watchfulness, willingness of appliance; it means e ef your great-grandmoth the sclence of modern chem smns much testing and no o k means English thoroug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 September 1911

The IHom RD EOd 4 Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE Or COST on all subjects pertaining to the pubject of building, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide experience as Editor. Author and Manufacturer, he Is. without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford. No. 175 West aekso= boulevard. Chicago, Ill.. and only acnlose two-Cent stamp for reply. Deep down in the heart of every normal man and woman is the ambi tion some day to own a home. This may be half formed-a vague discon tent and unrest concerning conditions which every renter so well knows or, it may have reached the state of active determination to make any or all sacrifices necessary to escape the renter's life and live in a real home. The ambition is there, more or less definitely formed in the heart of every man and woman, waiting only for the needed stimulus to develop to the point of action. It Is natural to live in one's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE - Cette Publishig Company, Ltd. Official Pper the Parish d Tease Schad l Bear and Filt Lo.isima Levee Diiri. p.S Pe Am . NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911. NUMBER 37, MIURDER TRIAL ENDS IN A LIFE SENTENCE -INWOOD GUILTY OF KILLIN0G AND WEALTHY WOMAN RE. VEALED AS CAUSE. Denver, Colo.-Harold Frank Hen WeS, slayer of George E. Copeland of vtb-r, Colo.,. who was shot accident If by Henwood when the latter, Sylvester L. Van Phul, the 8tS aeronaut, was found guilty of narr in the second degree and sea t meed to the penitentiary for life. Never in the history of local trt a gshs have the presiding judge and ` psctor been subjected to such an egertation as that pronounced by $awood when asked what he had to S "why sentence should not be pro " He characterized his treat by the court and prosecutor as As trial of Henwood was replete ifb sensational features. Like many ~mar sensational tragedies there was _ ot: in the case; and whila she /i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

A5KieRidejBear1Iuum ~y mark ýN Bicknnt-oraor~llll~t~~-ni HEN if you want to go in a Blue Ridge bear race, here's your chance." said the chief hunter of Linville Mountain one cloudy day in October. "It's goin' to be a mighty rough chase and mebbe too much for you. but you can start, anyway." patroniaingly continued this sinewy man, who could climb a mountain covered with rocks. briars, thickets and fallen timber with less trouble than mAny a city dweller finds in walking a score of blocks to his office John is a mountain product. Three genera tions of his ancestors have found ways to live In these beautiful North Carolina mountains. Little apprecia tion they have for the scenic charm that captivates the visitor, and sends him into ecstasies over the wilder ness. The natives, of the purest Anglo-Saxons on the continent, have been too much concerned in forcing food and raiment out of the barren hills and narrow, fertile creek bot tome to give thought to the beauty all about them. Hardy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

1W.ReS ER SrAG 9T0 OY T r CE1TURV CO ScoR GnT IJIO OY TM[ MMOCCC Co S SYNOPSIS. ph1Up ('ayl) ,  ,ised of a crime of whk!t I, " it not guilty. resigns fromn the amr in d'sgra. r arn his affection for i r( end. I. t.it . t i.rry |luntter turns to hatred. ('ai ley ntieks solitudel , where he perfe-ts a tying mat hire \\-bile saoring yer the Arcth reglns. he pliks up a Cgrlously shap'd1 stick he had see'n in the aslain ' handl M u rinting aegaln ie dls eovers a vya, ht ant hor,.d in the hay. De oending ner.r the st ai"" erl he meets a ' on an ie. ft.' He Iarns that the s ir-s nerme is Jeanne Picldi:g and than &e yacht has omne north to seek signs of her father, Captain it Heidlng. an arctic asplorer. A tarty from the yalcht is ma ing search adshor.. After ('Ial.v departs I Jeaawne inds that he had dropped a cu Iously-shaped .stick. Captain I'.anck and be surviving crew of his wrecked whaler am in hiding on the coast. A giant ruf Man nameld lisine, had Imurdered Fielding ad his two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

ITba Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN. - - 1 ron SUBCIIPTIO( N Ya: aII. .n Ad u..... FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEt 1 ,. 1911. WHAT HAS FOSTER DONE? The Gazette haa hadl I- casin re cently to point out in these cclumns some of the things which Serator Foster has done in his recent sen atorial career which in our judg ment make him unfit longer to rep resent Louisiana in the Senate. \\ refer to the Senator's votes on the amendments to the Payne-Alirich tariff bill where the record sh ,ws him uniformly aligned with the Interests led by Cannon in the Hlouie and Aldrich in the Senate, and cast ing his vote against any proposed reductions of duties-against the declarations of the last Demrocratic platform and, therefore, against the interests of the people he rcpresents -or rather-misrepresents. This record of positive acts of the Senator is in itself enough to defeat his ambition for re-election, but when we turn to the acts of omis sion committed by Senator Foster we find a reco...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

DRESS GOODS JUST RECEIVED! Silk Jacquard in Colors, Brown, Gray, &c. Poplin and Mohair in Colors. Mohair Lucerne in Colors. Serge 36 inch wide, Black, Brown, Gray, Tan and Cream. Colored Comona Goods. Full Stock Dress Gingham. Serpentine Crepe, Blue and Pink. Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Lot Ready-Made Sheets and Sheeting. Children's Nazareth Waists. Wonder Hose--guaranteed. Full Line School Books, Tablets & Pencils Crocks, Jars, Churns and lnamel Ware. riwer Pots. lEnglish Walnuts and; Cream ckd. nuts. and Phers. Cream of Wheat. wls and Pitchers. G(rape Nuts and Corn Flakes. FRESH FANCY GROCERIES ALWAYS IN STOCK. W. R. BAKER & SON. Phone No. 29 Mr. IH. F. Stiles and son, Harry, Jr., are visiting qMr. and Mrs. J. T.Watson, at Avon(dale. / Dr. G. N. Clarke has returned nom Waterproof and can be flound at his office in St. .Josephl. Mrs. C. M. Slocumb of Fairview, Ocnoordia parish, visited her broth er, Mr. E. L. Collins, at (ioldiian, lJt week. Quite a pleasant litt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters o~Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist Money is a good servant but a bad master. To avoid criticism say nothing evil about your neighbors. It's investing when you win and gambling when you lose. The man who uses brains to save his legs is not lazy-he is just wise. The man who has the most friends is the one who asks the fewest favors. Nothing annoys some people more than being compelled to mind their own business. He is the real wise man who can keep from getting the big head when folks praise him f r his good deeds. Jealousy and envy are like weeds they grow quickly and flourish on many soils bat produce nothing that is not despised. Many a farmer who despises "little things" has been tided over bank rutpcy by the savings from their wife's chicken yards. How many of us try to quiet our conscience by laying a bouquet on the coffin of a neighbor whom we have neglected all his life. If we were always as ready t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

INLAMP MATION AND PAIN Cad by Lydia E. Pinkham's . iba Compound. Crsto. Iowa.-" I was troubled for iin my side, sick headaches and ner vousness. I had ta ken so many medi cines that I was discouraged and thought I would never get welL A friend told me of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and it re stored me to health. I have no more my nerves are stronger and I can yewn work. Lydia E. Pinkham's V able Compound cured me after iUlng else had failed, and I rec Sto other suffering women." s Wx. Sr.~ALS 0o W. Howard St., aon, Iowa. segands of unsolicited and genu . tstimonials like the above prove Sof Lydia E. Pinkham's -k1 Compound, which is made yesly from roots and herbs. Wy who suffer from those dis -~ Ills should not lose sight of .bcts or doubt the abilityof Lydia sLjkbam's Vegetable Compound to u their health. want special advice write Plnkham, at Lynn, Mass. trell at your letter as ee dentia For years been helping sick women way, free of charge. Doa't at once. 1E YOUR MONEY...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 September 1911

Girl's Dress Has Great Influence on Clothing Physical Health By WELLS ANDREWS. M. D. RESS has a great influence on the physical bealth of girls. The two cardinal points to be here borne in mind with ref erence to their clothing are, first, that the material shopld be such as may serve to retain the necessary warmth, and, second, that its form be so arranged as to occasion neither undue abdominal compression nor any interference with muscular action. Hence the physician should try to induce his girl patients to adopt underclothing of merino, as well as to per suade them to eschew compressing corsets, elastic garters and tightly fitting high-heeled shoes. This advice we should give whenever the occasion offers, seldom as our counsel may be followed, for in such matters fashion and the modiste will probably continue to the end of the chapter to reign over common sense and the doctor. The injuries that may be inflicted by the absurd modes prevalent in the dress of girls are shown in the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

STHE TENSAS GAZETT SPuitsOffil P-aper of Padh d Tmo ld 3 and F IEin lat ." NEW SERIES VOL. XVIJI. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, mill. ... NUMBER 38. i m " .-i WHEN LIGHT FAILED IN TOWN OF GEEVILLE 'l Trumpet Blast of Freedom Forced to Skip Issue. krsu B 1mflck, Touring Geniue Works Havoo With Editors Plans. By ED MOTT. SA trting professor of the art pre ggasttve came Into the Trumpet Blast e and agreed in consideration of a ,oter. to be paid when I returned, s m a dims to him in hand duly paid r present requirement in the form df two of iPrts's schooners, to set a ofm o nmtsP b. for the pa that wee r.wn e I rode eigdht en Deacon Beaver's late old and collected five dollars that a  ldrown the river, and good as the owed me for some horse bills. which would insure satisfactory wtIon l with the express company the Trampet Blast's paper for the isst isue. I showed the tramp -.r the copy hook with the copy 8, among which was a very able at my own about the wonderful s} tof a r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

I II 1 Tt c 7 -c Thrw It Far Out Into the Water. I a SYNOPSIS.l hilip Cayley. accused of a crime of phich he is not guilty. resigns from the -earyt diagr•ce ana his affection for p fen Lut. Perry Hunter. turns to tred. ey seeks solitude, where he te o Did"a machine. While soaring p ee the Arctic regions. he plclks up a b mcriously shaped stick he had seen In the amassia's hand. Mounting again, he dis- g eovers a yacht anchored in the bay. De --adls_ g near the steamer. he meets a on an Ice floe. He learns that the 's name Is Jeanne Flelding and that yacht has come north to seek signs at her father. Captain Fielding. an arctic n lorer. A party from the yacht Is ma - ashora. After Cayley departs s a isds that he had dropped a c»- b ay-t9iape stick. Captain Paek and srviving crew of his wrecked whaler is hidin on the coast. A gant rut ana nai edeeo.e had murdered Foeldtng ad his two companioas. after the ea bed ereved the ocation or an mldge of pure gold. .losaoe then eamadof the pt. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

Her Domestic Tyrant By CARL JENKINS m=-- &ose folks wondered at the mar between Stephen Roberts and Cars Colby, and others admitted Sat it might be a good thing Some tg wondered because Stephen was So dd bachelor and set in his ways. wale the young lady was known to be rsther flighty and flirty. Some admit /ke because they thought an old bach ar was Just the husband to make a sOlous wife settle down. There was one thing Miss Clara vgged of as a girl, and that was that aebody could manage her. Whatever de wanted to do she would do. Her Marriage wasn't going to make a bit of diuerence about that. She said so I Stephen. His answer is not record eA, but whatever it was he probably ' some thinking, and perhaps he duae ap his mind to pursue a certain -R was weeks after the wedding be Srethere was a clash. The husband .-ade a suggestion now and then, in Asd of commanding or nagging. hil they were only suggestions, the is wife found herself following ggg without opposition, and this di...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. AWr3R3 . GR-EN, [- a . S$150 is Adv..e I ,. FRIDAY, SIPTEMBER 22, 1911. MAINE GOES WET. At an election held in the Stat.1 of Maine on the 11th on the prohibi tion quetion the voterp of that State reversed the policy of more than fifty years and decided against prohibition. Maine was the first State in the Union to prohibit the sale of liquor by a statute passed in 1857. In or der to make prohibition more ef feotive and lasting, the voters, in 1884, by a majority of about 46, 000, passed a constitutional amend ment, writing prohibition into the organic law. In the recent past the question has again been agitated and when the Democratic party came into power this year the legislature sub mitted an amendment repealing the prohibition amendment enacted in 1884. This result in Maine, together with the action of the great States of Alabama and Texas, this year, in voting against prohibition, clear ly indicate the trend of public sen timentt in regard to this vexed qu...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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