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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 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 Komona 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. Fll ine School Books, Tablets i Pencils Crocks, Jars, Churn and Eame Waren. Flower Pots. Eag Wslauts sad Crem Clocks. Ma. cmmet Wlset. Bowls and Pitchers. GCrape d orWhet.. FRESH FANCY GROCERlES ALWAYS IN STOCK. W. R. BAKER & SON. Phur , 2 Mrs. Slicer and Mrs. Green leave met week for a visit to Chicago Beach and other points. Miss Frances Curry left last Mon day for Natchez, where she goes to siuame her studies at Stanton C l Mies Katie Clarke, who has been visiting at Magnolia and Silver City, Mias., is now the guest of friends in Mobile, Alabama. Mr. B. B. Young and little daugh ir May returne...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

I New News of Yesterday I I I By E. J. EDWARDS I Henry Clay As a Campaigner James Burnle Beck's Story of the Speech That Resulted in the Great Kentuckian's Return to the Senate. James Burnie Beck, who represent ed the state of Kentucky in the Unit ed States senate from 187C until his death in 1890, and was a member of the house of representatives from 1866 to 1874, was a man of impressive personality. He was of powerful phys ical build. His muscles were like steel. His head, large, round, and set firmly upon his shoulders, was sur mounted by curly iron-gray hair. In the senate Mr. Beck was recognized as an authority upon the tariff and financial questions, but in the cloak room or in private company he was the center of interest chiefly because of his recollections of the early politi cal life of Kentucky and of Henry Clay, told with real drangatio force and no little skill of description. "Many times I saw Henry Clay while a political canvass was in progress in Kentucky," said Mr. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

WORK '. TALK OF CITY Shown by Numbers gaJrs at Philadelphia Headquarters. MAN TELLS OF KABLE RELIEF FRIOM RHEUMATISM IN YEAR'S TIME. t succrese with whic'f Pro- for J M. Munyon. the world b-h authority, has been meet ~sGied much discMusion. Every linge dozens of callers to his an at 63d and Jefferson Streets. pa.. and every mail brings .f letters from people inqulr Sonyon's Famous Health ( ult. bunyon' a corps of expert phy - 31pt busy seeing callers and the mail peculiar to say. iso prescribhe no medicine p per cent. of the callers and sai health hints., health ad lesm for right living are given free. Medical advice and con ·eolutely free. W a followers seem to be enor who believe In his theories lni Sthllnk he possesses the most mwers for the healing of all * as Munvon. himself. g htis. He says: "The hundreds ne which you are hearing about t1o in Phlladelphla are not In any -o my personal skill. I 1is my which represent the combined the greatest medical specialists ever known. th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 September 1911

Honesty Business World of Today Fbsters Talk Dishonesty By JOHN A. BOWLAND ERHAPS never before in the history of this country have we P had so much conventional talk on the subject of honesty. As some one has characterized the movement, we seem all at once to have discovered the Ten Commandments. We are preaching honesty almost as if it were a new cure-all just added to the pharnmacopeeia. Not long ago a young friend came to me with a discour aged face and dejected pose. lie had lost his place in a great counting house because of the influence of a recent money a stringency. At the time he was employed by the house another f young man of his own age entered the service. They were of the same age, in the same department, and with this tie of strangeness to the place 5 appealing to them they had become acquainted readily. My young man I had known from childhood. I knew his sterling worth and was convinced of his capacity and equipment for his work. It was surprised especially when he ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

Cw Qtanf *? FnA MouNrAIN His J5EATRICIE :^ :.: - h i x ` t 4 SJ '4 '* qj4;'1 ~L~d~A ~OdjY~.jNr.&i ANY students of ps) chology and the oc cult sciences, as well as theological stu dents, make the claim that we are living In a cycle of unusu al spiritual awaken ing. and as our be loved Herbert Spen cer contends that a sound body must sup port a sound mind. we might also claim that a great wave of physical devel opment is likewise being experienced. and who knows but what we of the tweatleth century may, with our achievements. yet make some of the aclenUt Greek and Roman athletes stir uneasily in their last sleep? The love of athletic sports is not eoafned to any one section of the globe nor to any one people, but it would seem that in a land of eternal summer, a land of lofty mountatus where climbing is a glorious exercise. a land of vast plains where a mars thon may be run any mouth in the year, a land borderlng the vast ocean sad with innumerable small bays. where beating. canoe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

Iý - - I 4 : ýao s TNC succ Co SYNOPBIS. S bp Cayley. accused of a clime of he is not guilty, resigns from the n disgrace and his affection for ad. IJeut. Perry Hunter, turns to dCayley seeks solitude, where he .eets a flying machine. While soaring ter Arctic regions, he picks up a . mgagl shaped stick he had seen in the gdAIais hand. Mounting again, he dis a yacht anchored in the bay. De ngnear the steamer, he meets a N an ice floe He learns that the name is Jeanne Fielding and that yacht has come north to seek signs g I, father. Captain Fielding. an arctic nlaer. A party from the yacht is ma search ashore. After Cayley departs - Al finds that he had dropped a cu s. mly-ehaped stick. Captain Ptanck and a rvSving crew of his wrecked whaler gee Is hiding on the coast. A giant ruf `% amnted Roscoe. had murdered Fielding , ls two companions, after the ex had revealed the location of an , en'es ledge of pure gold. Roscoe then command of the party. It develops the ruffian had committed...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

ST. JOSEi . - - LA. A3RZ 1GREOENm, - Enne. la A£Advse*. IlIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1911. A NEW INDUSTRY. Elsewhere in our columns will be found a most interesting interview with a tepesmtstive of the Agri cultural Department of the Missou ri-Pacific-Iron Mountain system rel ative to the building up a great truck-growing industry in this par ish. This business has heretofore, for want of adequate transportation fa cilities, received no attention here, but now that we shall have before the New Year through train service from St. Louis to New Orleans, furnished by both the Iron Moun taln and Frisco roads, every facility will be at band for prompt and rapid deliverie to all northern and western points. We invite the attention of our rmders to this interview and confi dently believe we shall in time see built up her a great and growing industry in the trucking line. The Washlngton City Post gives the following complimentary men tion of Hon. Joseph E. Ransdell: "From the Arkansas line to the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 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 Komona 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. r Line School Books, Tablets & Pencils Cnocks, Jars, Churms and Enamel Ware. ts.r Pots. .English Walnuts and: Cream Gcsks. Cream of Wheat. .wab and Pitchers. Urape Nuts and Corn Flakes. FRESH FANCY GROCERIES ALWAYS IN STOCK. W. R. BAKER & SON. Phm No. 29 ....u, Lat. ..IIo Julia Stanton, with an awistant, tlng"THE FAMOUS," Natchez, , will be at the l.'el y Hotel next y, Thursday and Friday, Octo lb, thb and 6th, with an up-to-date g4 labhionable line of MILLINERY, 1~1I, DRES4ES, Ate., and extends a  invitation to the ladies of St. Jo a d vicinity to call. Respectfully, "THE FAMOUS " MIt Barnett...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America a Matters r Especial Mement to a the Progressive Agriculrist A level headed man is not neces- S sarily fiat headed. Friendship is better than wealth, and exempt from taxation. The farm mak-3 a good bank in which to invest surplus earnings. Farming will become attractive just in proportion as It becomes profitable. Why not organize a Live Stock 0 Shippers' Association in your neigh borhood? Every man's life is a failure who does not try to. do something to leave the world richer than he found it. The average man's Idea of real suc cess is to be able to go fishing when the crops are ripe, and not have any occasion for worry. When a boy gets the white-shirt fever the best known remedy is an eight dollar per week salary and a nine dollar per week expense bill. It doesn't so much matter where a man comes from, but it does matter a whole lot where be is going, and what he will do when he gets there. A reasonable amount of life insur a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

WAKE UPI Shake off that Sfeeling due to ish liver, kidneys, ti o and bowels. Cleanse and purify y system with the b . rotest of tonics, OXIDINE -a bottle proves. 7b *se,5. for Malaria. C]..ls snd ro. d a redabte remedy for Ja .due to e d.rders of ber. bowels, stomach ad kdneys. pc. At Your Druggists gass llalxs 1new Co., Waco, Texas. a Directory LENBERG MUSIC CO. Litle Rock. Ark. Write for Catalog and Trms World'a best PIANOS and ORGANS MlICK, CUSHiD STOE, AIT, PLASTER, LATHd L ARKANSAS BRICK ANlD S' SUPPLIES . LIPER & COMPANY dJOh.ESAL[ AND RETAIL - , Plaaaie, irtea Clay, Tire Brick. I SPipe, Boeller ''il Drain Tile,6 O Tel.chon No. 1031se Nu st. Little Rock. Ark BEAT THIS 4Io No.Samlth Premiers and No. - Ruemingtoos; former price I 5100. Soldatj3permonthat 1 an advance. Guaranteed one year. Ready for use. No. s Oliero m539 LC. Smitb and ase over oot. Desk, pens, isa- today for bargaI list ENGINES BOILERS Saw Mills Fittings and Supplies. Write for catalogues and prices before ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 September 1911

Modern Her Duty Is Merely to Take Mother Care of House By LADT MacLARDW OTHERS will come gradually to recognize the new require M ments of the home, and when they cater for it will learn to go oftener to the newspaper and more seldom to the butcher The first fact to be grasped is that each home must not not stand alone, but that it must unite with neighboring hands so as to obtain without effort the best results of civilization. Once the material side of life is dominated there will be leisure for the mental and the spiritual to assume their right ful place. The home will feel its dependence on the greater whole, it will become more responsive to every wave of public feeling, more alive to every movement of the great public. A Greek philosopher has advised that "If any man has two loaves, let him sell one and buy lilies, for the soul has its needs as well as the body." This is the kind of catering for the housewives of the future, to collect the flowers of heart and mind and soul to...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETE A - " . " v bj. publishin Company, Ltd. Oficil Paper of the Parisuh Temras Scme sd ft L D'ieabl ." .D. $l. r a . NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1911. NUMBER 40 Sessional Cards L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. L -.ician and Surgeon oapi o Plank Road L p u rs 12.3. Residence 12-2 1Y, ~D. . . s. TRCcE,M D. 8h. Lilly and Trice Is - Louisiana G. G CLI tlN'tON Attorney-at-Lam SL Jos*ph, Louisiana pasm hin East Carroll, Madison, Cam.dia ana th. Supreme and GEORGE N. CLARK & DENTIST AM%. - LOUISIANA k:ef 3eidding, Plank Read P1I A:-e You Going to Build otw . al i. d ti f.w a e s frahl. . tms ib " abtd m e lnber .q~bd f I. ps-re. To haid .mica.y.  .L w FOn RIn-GRAM, WULsL -NUFACTUID tough and Dressed Lumber Fl.ri , Ceil, Caaesliom etfms, S Dan, BiZ,± Flei Iserior FiKi, hEtc a f t e meh a Wof le.f test lb. ýie h e Al.. hs. haret g* A. ENOCHS, The Lumberman NATCHEZ, MISS. E ELA. a WIdER C. XORMIT Wheeler & Moritz 325 Barone St. . New Oraess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

'I' HER & W. ROSSER OPYRIGHr 1910 SY TMr[ CENTURV CO cOpyac.nT 1060 6Y THC SUCC28 CO SYNOPSIS. Philip Cayley, accused of a crime of which he is not guilty, resigns from the army in disgrace and his affection for his friend, leyt. Perry Hunter, turns to hatred. Cayley seeks solitude, where he permqts a flying machine. While soaring over the Arctic regions, he picks up a curiously shaped stick he had seen in the assaessn's hand. Mounting again, he dis covers a yacht anchored In the bay. De osending near the steamer, he meets a girl on an Ice floe. He learns that the girl's name is Jeanne Fielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs of her father. Captain Fielding, an arctic explorer. A party from the yacht is ma king search ashore. After (ayley departs Jeanne Ands that he had dropped a cu riously-shaped stick. Captain 'Planck and the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler are in hiding on the coast. A giant ruf fan named Roscoe. had murdered Field ing and his two compani...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

DLACKFISI ' and e st; /`PLT £ eA z ii LNN i LLTrA MONG the gamest of salt water fish and the one that affords great sport to the angler is the blackfish of eastern waters. There are those who claim that salt water fishing lacks one of the essentials of true sport, there be w go casting or other fine rod work Sobe done. They maintain, and not Iwaty, that as much skill Is needed i s"Me some of the fresh water varl es to the bait as to land them after S aris, and that one misses the keen WOs of wit against instinct and SStmal wariness. All of which, while ag, does not alter the fact that sur gdiags play an all-important part M ghb full enjoyment of a day's out Mwtth rod and reel, a thing even the -M eathusiastic angler would soon ~ e to realize were it possible to OIgM the hlghly prized varieties M, seds-nptctufesque docks along A- mater fronts of our cities. hbian is inborn within all of us a Slove of the beautiful in nature gp the appeal made to it by the g ~y into which we are take...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrrOR. SUBSCI"IPTIIN VIA1,L IY dh l In Atas.r5. I )0 FRIDA\Y, t º('rT ºil:l ,;. I I . PATRONAGI: AND A STATE MA CHINE. A studious and prsistcnlt fefort is being nmade by the supporters of Metsrs. llal and ;\swell to, dcecci\e the voters by waking it apparent that tlhere exists a State '"rinlg," or "machine," built up and sustainedi by the use of gubernatorial patron age. Knowing that the temper of the people is opposed to machine rule in politics, and that there is a st r ng and proper feeling against interfer ence with the choice of the i diii\vi- I ual voter on the part f s, (:called "|ases," or ofliee-holers, the newspapers suplporting Mesrs.. As well and Hall, led Iby the Times Democrat, are daily filled with de nunciation of a State machiiiie which they claim to exist. Relying on the fact that many good men do not take the .rouble to, think for themselves, but are con tent to accept without question as facts any...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

The Box of Borneos AN ADVENTURE OF PE CrWE-e-T MAN wrrH THE CAMERA EY-P By HAROLD CARTER gyu4.baauibv W G CWap Ima. a th all tUar aIar age 0 Bai It was a rough passage, and though we were already half way between New York and TlIbury, our destina tion, few of the passengers had found their sea legs. I sat on the captain's right: upon his left was a pleasant, flord, gray-haired man, rather slow of speech, who was introduced to me as Mr. Peter Crewe. "Do you find that this Atlantic bese agre^s with you better than the air of Plainfleld, N. J., Mr. Lang. ton?" asked Mr. Crewe politely. "It certainly does,' I answered. "But Smasy I ask you how on earth you know that I am a resident of Plainfield, N. J.? To the best of my belief I have told nobody; in fact. a a lawyer, I _a naturally secretive about such ,atters.' "I only know," replied Crewe, "be ause on two occasions I have seen yeou hurrying to. the boat from the Snw Jewrsey terminal at nine o'clock ta the morning. You carried a news...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

List of Delinquent Road Hands For Tensas Parish. The following is the list of the delinquent Road Tax Payers for the year 1911. This Tax must be paid promptly or steps will be taken to enforce collec tion, which will attach additional cost. - . -.... -1` DL- E.._ FIRST WARD. Parl Audle; , Howell, Elk Ridge. Perl Armst.rong, Willie, Clark's Camp. Pop Ander:-on, Monroe, Frogmore. Phil Ha ney. Henry, W'inter Quarters. Plul BuS tn. Levine, Evergreen. Peri S ookenridge, Sam, Evergreen. Pag H .yd, Henry, Evergreen. Pur Benton, John, Evergreen. Rob Browr, Louis, Evergreen. Rax Beard. Zeke, Pickett Camp. Rob Bi ow , Robt., Pickett Camp. Ray Brtdiey, W. E., Burn. Roa Barber, Jim, Burn. Ree Bird. Will, Lloyd. Red Buck, H. B.. Lloyd. Rot B,.ile', Milton. Elk Ridge. Rco BrenC. Henry, Elk Ridge. Ran Berry. Lewis, Glen Muir. ýo Beard. Jim, Clark's Camp. Smi Barney, Judge, Clark's Camp. Sm Boyd. Henry, Clark's Camp. Sc Balleo, Ellas, Clark's Camp. Sco Brown, Eli, Clark's Camp. Str Browan, Hosey, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

DRESS GOODS JUST RECEIVED! Silk Jacquard in Colors, Brown, Gray, &c. poplin and Mohair in Colors. Mohair Lucerne in Colors. Sere 36 inch wide, Black, Brown, Gray, Ts anid Cream. Colored Komona 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. M Line School Books, Tablets & Pencils Cd, Jars, Churns and Enamel Ware. . nuts.English Walnuts and: Cream Qeck.s Cream of Wheat. w. d marid Pdlcbers. Grape Nuts and Corn Flakes. lESH FANCY GROCERIES ALWAYS IN STOCK. W. R. BAKER & SON. Phone No. 29 DSSAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A HOLE IN THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Natchez Is showing the largest and most complete stock of U Lockets, Chains and Pins of all Kinds IN THE SOUTH it a th, Lowest Possible, Qudity Consimd Store expenses figured to a minimum. Our profits in proportion. e~tri. watch work and optics a specialty :ta H. R. Carson, Archdeacon, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

APE DISLIKES GARB Simian Protests Against Wear ing Guard's Uniform. "Keeper Baldy" Begins to Disrobe In Tree as Big Crowd Follows and Cheers-Balked at Ana conda and Pythons. New York.-Keeper Baldy is the newest name for Baldy, the smartest ip. in the soological gardens in Bronx park. This intelligent simian appeared in the regulation keeper's uniform zap, blue suit, white collar and shoes -the only departure being a large red necktie, which flowed below his chin. And everything fitted the ape, for his suit was made to order by a wel, known clothing house on the same model used for the regular attendants In the park. A tailor made a special trip to the park to take his measure, and the only trouble Baldy caused was through his desire to investigate .he tape measure. Baldy did not balk when Engelholm, his keeper, and Charles Snyder, who Is in charge during Mr. Ditmars' ab sence, were putting on the "glad rags"; that is, he did not protest until Snyder tried to put on his shoes. As fas...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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