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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

'I YERS SUIFFERIN(i 1O Cred by Lydia E. Pink Vegetable Compound Oklia.--I had female trou wu all run down, and so nervous I could not do any thing. The doctors treated me for dif ferent things but did me no good. I got so bad that I could not sleep day or night. While in this condition I read of Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound, and began its use and Pinkham for advice. In nge I had gained my average sd am now strong and well." &axus 8Tavas, B. F. D., No. , Waurika, Okla. Grateful Woman. Mas.-" I was in a ner. condition and for three find no help. my present good health to IL ,tikbrm's Vegetable Com Sod Blood Purifier which 1 be 21m1 life. r knows what helped me sot say one word against it" AI JArrra BATa, Box aour case is a difficult one, done you od do suffer without giving J laham's Vegetable Com. SIbdl. It surely has cured uset female ills, such as in ulseration, displacements, gianiv prostration, S ga ato superiority I. about all ggisngtons some people get out Up...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 October 1911

1 Meddling Sure way of . Success Is Mind Men o Bes r by 3EV. MADISON C. ETUeS " a HE busybody is a self-appointed inspector of social warts, a sort of supervisor of other people's domestic affairs, for the a busybody generally begins by reporting domestic infelicities. o From the frequency with which the Bible speaks of these p people I take it that they may be considered the worst foes b of society. Women generally get the credit for all the busy- r bodying; but the men are as bad blabs as the women. Indeed, d many women have become so useful to the community that b they have retired from the gossiping business, and babbling, I tattling, sly-whispering and impertinent meddling men have o succeeded them and are trespassing constantly on the community with c their tongues. b The busybody is remarkable for his health. He can live on anything; a he usually carries with him a bag of reputations made up in cold hash so s that he doesn't have to astop for meals. He has long legs and can g...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETT.. Pabshing Compay. Ltd. Oficial Paper f the Pwrih& d Tesas Schd ard d FL Mh Ii ai m Dien . phadks NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13,1911. .N1. CALLAHAN. WILLIAM McLEAN. e Vicksburg Boiler & Iron Works MANUFACTURERS OP ilers, Smokestacks, Breechings and Tanks rs, Tubes, Pipes, Valves and Fittings of all Sizes Complete Stock Marine and Plantation Work a Specialty. Class Mechanics Sent Out on Repair Work Long Distance Phone No. 765 VICKSBURG, MISS. Y ROYAL SOLD SELLS ANOTHER" _ dossa this mean? It means that Royal 9rs are SATISFII)D UR;: tat th are glad the Royal 8tandard Typewriter to their acquaintances, and that the roeommedatl # bsyal sear does much tc influence the sale of other Royaok. AND REMEMBER THIS: Th triend who recommnds the Royal Standard Typewriter to you Is doing you a EA L FAVOR. Is not only helping you to SAVE a considerable sum of MONEY but Is giving you the opportu to have GENUINE TYPEWRITER SATIBFACTION. You will b...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

I 1 The Yacht Had Disappeared. W.ROSSER O 190 Y Tt CtNTURY CO copYRoGM M O o bY T)"u sUCGcI CO q m • . SYNOPSIS. Phip Calrte accused of a crime of was he so a guilty, resans from the l ae and his affction for t Perry Hunter, turns to Seks solitude, where he c trsa machine. While soarng Sthm ,e tte rg Dons, he picek up a s riu shapd stb he had seen In the ass n hand. Mountieg again, he dis eovems a hbt acehered Ia the bay. De near the steamer. he meets a N oe an lee floe. He learns that the e- namse I Jeanne Fielding and that ,ht has u some north to seek signs t ftir. Captain Fielding, an arctic _plom. A party tron the yacht I ma. akina reh er Aftter Cayley departs Jar dlads tnat he had dropped a eu 71--l- ed stieck. Cap1tain Planek and Ssurvi rew of his wrecked whaler Ibdn on the coast. A giant rut med had murdered Field and itw oompasnone, after the es r mvealed the ioatioa of an airneus of pre gold. Roscoe then ek Ociand f the party. It develops the r e committed the mur ited by...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

:New News of Yesterday :Z By E. J. EDWARDS 1 Actors With Business Sense SV,.n ers Chat About the Large Accumulated by Joe Jlkron, Edwin Forrest and Lotta. p. drastic manager of his time I t e intimate knowledge of the 1. characteristics, the business I . 7 sand the earnings of Amer- I as well as the use to I those earnings were put, than ] , hib A. M. Palmer, in many re the ablest dramatic manager voted States has ever had. my opinion," said Mr. Palmer 1 , gernoon as he sat in the busl dies of Palmer's theater. New room which had formerly i es drawing room of one of the t eot brown stone houses of 3 T orka but which at the time of SPamer's management of the the- I wt ch bore his name was con- I with the rear end of that the by means of a dark and curt Swlding passage-"the distine ,gi ursng three of the largest for oer gained by an American as Als belongs to Joe Joe Jelteson, Irrest and Lotta. I know that SOge.mon opinion today that the of Edwin Booth as an actor In the aggregate g...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - -- -LA. rs ABNER E. GREEN, - - EurroR. an Ir Advanr.e. ... ITi FI.IIDAY, P O)T()IER 1S:, 1911. Meeting of the Executive Committees. l Thie lemocratic Executive Committee of this Stnatorial Di-trict and the Deni', i'rati l' ari. h Executi \(' ,rn ittee of thi. St parri- nmet at St. Joseph last W(edlnesday foir th, purp,,e of calling a primary e-lee tio f,r candlidlates for State Senator and " f,,r rnnmrirs ,f the House of Represent ati e-, parish and ward ofliceers and nmen I'r- of tihe respective Executive ('orn Initte-w. lBy reference to the pr.cen.din;g pub, li-hedl elsewhenr it a ill I- seen that in ne'crdlance aith law the ('cnnnittnv eall-,l a Irinrary to Ibe held on Tuen-lay, .January 2'3, 1912, the same date as the State primary. At this eloction candidate- of the 1Denm os'ratic party will Is" chr'sen for State Senator, two ineiuls"rs of the lo.' seof t,-preta-ntatives, and all parish anrd aarnt otticers. At tihe satme time a new Senatorril ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

ADVrNTUPUSoAeVODLDS "GeoreB drt n DýAT DTT The Clue ofthe Bamboo C.canes episode in the Life of General TrepofE Chefof Police of St.Petersburg. COPYRIGHT 1911 BY W G. CHAPAN. I as n nr . nt w nr nw t th d C 4 winter palace at St. Pet- h ersburg I one of the larg- pa est buildings in the world. There was a time, it is an averred, when the wonder- so ful structure housed sever- ra al thousand persons. No M, attendants. serviate and em- a eg all kinds came and went in so The discipline was lax. ty of soldier,. detectives, police- P4 Ssecrt service officials were 1 to guard the person of the he ~ their very numbers helped o0 MsO them a menace rather than a w SOstober, 1879, a carpenter, car W hoe of tools on his shoulder. ai WW at one of the basement doors a plaoe and said that he had tk at to assist in making some re. ci gi-- he drytng rooms of the czar's il M greIence. He was admitted bi g qestion and within an hour C wVeWork with other mechanics in m lMw part of the great building....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 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. FIRST WARD. Audley, Howell, Elk Ridge. Armstrong, Willie, Clark's Camp. Aaderson, Monroe, Frogmore. Breckenridge, Sam, Evergreen. Beard, Zeke, Pickett Camp. Brown, Robt., Pickett Camp. Br3dley, W. H., Burn. Barber, Jim, Burn. Butler, Milton, Elk Ridge. Breen, Henry, Elk Ridge. Berry, Lewis, Glen Muir. Beard, Jim, Clark's Camp. kstrney, Judge. Clark's Camp. Boyd, Henry, Clark's Camp. Bailey, Elias, Clark's Camp. Brown, Ell, Clark's Camp. Brown, Hosey, Clark's Camp. B own,, George, Clark's Camp. Barber, Robt., Lake Place. Bolden, Sam, Lake Place. Banks, Jas., Bertha Villa. Brows, Chas., Bertha Villa. BroWn John, Frogmore. Brown, Luke, Frogmore. Clark, Robt., Winter Quarters. Combs, Colle, Picket's Camp. Cooper, Jim, Pitcket's Camp . Curry, Richard,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

DRESS GOODS JUST RECEIVED! Silk Jacquard in Colors, Brown, Oray, &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. .F Serpentine Crepe, Blue and Pink. Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Lot Ready-Made Sheets and Sheeting. Children's Nazareth Waists. Wonder Hose--guaranteed. SM Line School Books, Tablets & Pencils Gec.k Jars, Churns and Eamei Ware. " English Waiuts,4wab me . twer Pots*. nuts. cduas. Cream ol Wheat. gIos and Pitchers. Grape Nuts an core Flake.. FlESH FANCY GROCERIES ALWAYS AI STOCK. K W. R. BAKER & SON. Phone No. 29 ESSAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A MOLE IN THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Nathbzs Is showing the largest and most complete stock of s, Lockets, Chains and PifsofiKis IN THE SOUTH m ss tn Lorest Passl, adis alsu Store expenses figured to a minimunm. Our profits in proportion. Flne watch work zk and optics a specialty ttat , Jror, litigats and...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

Arson Odopus Sttches Q Tentacles Afar t yy ý ,r~ T d Z rLý ý A OYitA ) NB remarkable death in Jersey City of a "fire bug" .who was killed through his own clumsl nues while setting fire to a building which he had been hired to burn down has not often been sure passed as an example of prompt retributive jus tice. "Hoist with his own petard" is such a wars old phrase that one hesitates to me it aew, but Frank Walsh, burglar ead Inendsiary. must have felt just that way whenm the can of gasrnse whieh he breagLt with him to ignlte the ohes of the Long Dock Milling eempis suddely exploded sad wmapped him i deadly Sames. His agalosed yells brought help sacleat ia save the buMdin but not to save his llf He had bees hired for $10 to do the jab in aeder to cover up eaulaet entree in the cashiers hest. but he dropped his cigarette to the g(aoite ean and thus "dumped he fAt to the fire" with a veneance. But however dramatic the fate of elmer Walsh and the comsequent ex ere of his oeeomplices may...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

SHAKE? Oxidine is not only bquickest, safest., and dat renmedyforChills dFever, but a most - b le tonic in all * diseases. A liver tonic-a kid tonic-a stomach .elk-a bowel tonic. Ia system-cleansing aic is needed just try Si OXIDINE S -a bottle proves. b ~ds 1 f1r Maariia CIIls l r and al disease da a disordered kid. ay sE, somch and bowel, a At roar Drswtb -asasssaws nDae oo., . Wac*, Tesas. BIBLE A NECESSITY Minieter Know What He Talking Abdut When He Advised Junior. sat you are married," said the minister to the young 'ee will have to stop us *greh Bible for home study. I khow how it is. You get ts a certain Bible, and you with that right under and would willingly pack sad forth for the tnspiration I've been through it. Used $ very thlsg myself, but aft 4 doses elas and a pair of MAd1 some little lacey things not attempt to specify Siar from the pulpit on Sun ta view of the astonish amsed congregatlon. I accus -' 3ell t to two Bibles. The (blk will put things into the giss. It I...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 October 1911

Modern There Oughtto be Only Equal Woman Ity of Sexes By MARY L COLE HERE is such a delightful balance between the endowments T of men and women, the two sexes are so eternally interdepen dent, that there should be no disadvantage in belonging to either half of humanity. But when we consider our civiliza tion we are tempted to believe that Nature planned us for some Age of Gold, which suddenly turned to base alloy on her hands. Looking along the pageant of the centuries, we see that in cruder times women's disadvantage was a question of muscle, and today women are still handicapped, in spite of great all-round advances, because their imperfectly trained minds and bodies still conspire with convention to perpetuate conditions induced by the reign of brute force. The savage woman found it a sad disadvantage to have to grind all the corn and bear all the burdens. The more civilized woman saw that her untrained labor was but a sorry means of providing for those depen dent upon her. 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. — 20 October 1911

THE TENSAS GAZE E SAiZ P hino Company, Ld. Officil Paper the Parish of Terme S WebLl Baard pdFMth Lami n Levee DiriL. $.U IPf Am,. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20,1911. NUMBER 42. essional Cards . L A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. - Psician and Surgeon Office o Plank Road hDlo P 123; Residence 12-2 IT, I D. S. TRICE, I D. Lilly and Trice " nmS a Dni. Lilly m Adae l . uisian 1s Idling, , .fairs G. He CLINTON .Attorney-at-Law St. J1p, Louisiana -sin h East Carrll, Madison, Ceaserdia and the Spreme and ~EORGE N. CLARK - -DENTIST W L UISIANA Duidla.s Pahk Read Sr. "Senator CardiUl" CEO. PRINCE, Mastr 0. L WILDS, ane Regular Tri-Weekly Natchez and Vicksburg Packet Leaves Natchez Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 12, Noom Leaves Vicksburg Mondays, Wedaw days and Fridays at Noo, or arrival of express train. Deep Wells RICE IRRIGATION All Other Purposes USE THE Stamm Steel Pit' Double Discharge Pumps The Are the Bme I TOU NEED WATER WRITl W.M. EBERHART rAYOn ROUGE....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

ý 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. li, ut. Perry Hunter, turns to hatred. (ay ley seeks solitude, where he perfects a flying mas:ine. Whil.t sor: n< over the Artli regions, he pl ks up a curiously shaped stick he had seen In the assassin's iaand. Mounting again, he d.i covers a yacht ancthored in the bay. Ire scending nlear the steamner, he ments a girl on an ice floe. tie learns that the girl's name is J.-annt Iielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs of her father. ('aptain Fielding, an artic explorer A party from the yacht is ma king search ashore. After CaylIy Ideparts Jeanne finds that he had dr. ppod a cu rlously-sh.,ped stick. Captain I .tn cK anti the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler are in hiding on the coast. A giant ruf man nanmei. toscoe, had miurd,.r,.d iFi.' ldin and h!s two companions, after the ex plorer had revealed the Incation of an enor...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

: FASTIDIOUS FIANCE By LOUIS CARL STEIN (Copryb, 11. by Aaolu d LJur.w YPr e J5 ohn Dunham was what might an overlooked widow! She Sthirty-eight years old when I..o6Iaad died, and she was by no iJ a homely woman, and yet at of fortyllx she was still a w, Such things do happen In vil now and then. The piano man alis a widow's eyes, the sew Clgne man praise her hair. and • peddler look at her with ad eyes and sigh, but that may iead to nothing. It had led to tr the widow Dunham's case. 0w or any other woman must na offer of marriage before she uene it Stime came. Mrs. Dunham was a hging on to her forty-sixth when along came Moses Frazer. v a village six miles away. would have come years sooner. Sir ircumstances over which he S n c~trol. He had a wife, and - g one, the most he could do was an ad wait When the wife igathered in by the Reaper anc Smourning had passed Moser See to call on the widow When Ibked out of the window at the d the gate latch and saw him Mr his errand. es entered ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

Thu Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GRK.EN, - - EDITOR. SUSCIIIP7TIIN yKAR1.aV I. eIs Adtrrl. FRIDAY, (TOh(El; 2-. 191 1. A SHAMEFUL INSULT TO THE STATE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. The State Democratic Committee of Louisiana, at its recent meeting in New Orleans to fix the (late of the primary elections for the nlomi nation of public oflicials, according to law set Tuesday, January 23, 1912, as the day, and in case all' the nominations should not be made on that date and a second primary be required it w:as fixed for Tl'uw day, February 20, four weeks later. It so happens that February 20 will be Mardi Gras Day, the cul minating date of l)uisiana's great carnival holiday. Although the State Committee is composed of leading citizens from every parish in the State, and surely there must he some honest and patriotic men among them, and, as the Picayune fully believes, they are all entirely trustworthy and devoted to the pro motion of the best interests of the State in the publ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

To Every The Woman i way Bring this advertisement to our WaY Notion Department not later than one week from today and receive, absolutely free, a regular 10c card of Wilson Dress-kooks These popular new Drees-hooks are not ordinary hooks and eves or rap, they will completely overcome your dress-fastening di~ficulties. The free cards are not sniamples but the same value for which you would re ularly pay 10c. We make tiis most unuital and liberal offer as we are confident you will find \X'ion Dress-hooks the very thing you have always wanted. They u l't conle unhooked or "pop" open accidentally. They hold securely without bulge or gap, though you can unhook them with lwrp.-tt ca Guaranteed otllo rust or crush in washing and ironing, an I to ou, last any garment; perfectly flat and never show. Don't neglect this opportunity to try thl Wilson Dress-hooks you have seen so wid!el advertised in the leading magazines and style boks. Used by fashionable women everywhere and endorsed by lead...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

SNew News of Yesterday - By E. J. EDWARDS I Act of Courtesy That Paid James H. Rutter's Simple Kindness to Sidney Dillon Repaid in a Way That Relieved Him From Financial Strees. When William H Vanderbilt. son of the Commodore. resigned the pres idency of the New York Central rail road In order to become chairman of the board of directors, he was suo zeeded as president by James H. Rut ter. Mr Rutter began his career as a railroad employe as station and freight agent at a little town upon the Erie railroad. He was promoted rap idly and at last became an assistant freight traffic manager in the main of ices of the Erie at Pavonla, near Jer sey City. A few years later Mr. Rut ter became general freight manager under Commodore Vanderbilt and gained a national reputation as a rail way man-a reputation, in fact, as one of the most successful railway man agers of his day. His ability always to mind his own business, and not to interfere with anybody else's business. be once said, had helpe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

the Liver its Duty tos in ten when the liver is s stomach and bowels are right A iver to CARTER'S SITTLE PILLS After Eating. . SiSALL DOSE, SMALL PRICL must bear Signature SMt L ACTS AT UU g Cross Christmas Seals. ' National Association for the aid Prevention of Tuberculosis r tg year for the first time be na d sgent for the American Red i handling the sale of Red -s is. A new national office has Opened In Washington, and an order has been placed for 50, seals, although it is expected dseble that number will be sold. Sarge to local agents for the will be 121% per cent. of the gross , the national agent furnish -s seals and advertising material, ilfg back all unsold seals at the v the season. Postmaster Gener k has approved of the de the seal. Owing to the fact y people last year used Red aas for postage, the post office t has given orders that let psakages bearing seals on the wll not be carried through the ----- H.NI EXPERIENCES. *LJ ver a ioea Ihve owa heaps of mea ) Iy a Moosee...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 October 1911

GIVEN UP TO COWS Dairy Queens Supplant Kings of Turf in Kentucky. one by One Stately Domains in Fa. mous Blue Grass Region Are Be Ing Converted into Prosaic Places for Farming. Louisville, Ky.-When the states of New York, Illinois, Missouri. Tennes see, Louisiana, California and others rang the knell on racing they also sounded the passing bell of the blue grass stock farms of Kentucky These stately domains. In that beau tiful region which is known as "God's Country," are rapidly being converted from stock farms into prosaic places for the raising of cereals and veget ables and with them passes the most pleasing product or racing instead of bringing forth Colins and Bysonbys, Dominos and Henry of Na varres, Clffords and Africanders,. Kin ley Macks and McChesneys, winners of suburbans and futurities and cups and handicaps that are no more, these beautiful stretches of pasture land will be devoted to producing corn and to bacco and wheat One by one the princely places that have been m...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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