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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

S'AWAKING ofle OLDE NATIONS Tower of Babel is Again In Use Mesopotamia's Reclamation-Sir William Willcock's Great Project Now in Course of Realization. By WILLIAM T. ELLIS. Babylon.-Possibly the greatest present project of civilization, and e.ttainly the most romantic, the reclamation of Mesopotamia, is . ow in course of actual realization. Daring the time of my sojourn in ]esopotamia the papers providing tor the construction of these vast irri gation works were signed by the Turk , h government and Sir John Jackson. the distinguished British engineer, to whom the carrying on to completion of et imperial project of Sir William Willcocks has been entrusted. Sir John has left one of his consulting en .j giseers in charge at Bagdad, and the other men of his staff are either al ready here or on the way. The mag ilscent conception of Sir William Wllcocka, to give back to civilization the fertile land between the Tigris the Euphrates, which was the 'NLthplace of history, and the home o te...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911. SIN SEA lHUNT ON. Mr. John W. Osborn of the New Light neighborhood was ini St. Jo seph last week. Mr. O()srn ex pressed great confidence in the early construction of the telephone line from St. Joseph to the Tensas. Work of building the line is ex pected to begin just :s Soon :as the contract with the ('umlr,,rl;ll i po ple can be closed. Speaking of affairs generally in his neighborhood, Mr. ();lxorn said that the cotton crop had turned out very well on the whole, a fairly good yield being made, but the complaint of a short crn crop so general throughout the parish is as greatly in evidence in his section. In a somewhat reminiscent mood Mr. Osborn informed us that this is the centennial year of his fanm ily's settlement in the Tensas delta. In 1811-just one hundred years ago-his great-grand-father, Icha bar Osborn, immigrating from Mis sissippi, located on the Bayou Ma son, where he settled on and pre emptied a tr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

To be Given Away! Ow* Five-piece Silver Service, on January 1st, 1912. Tickets on Same given with EVERY ONE DOLLAR CASH PURCHASE gCA MRY A COMPLETE AND STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE LINE OF SOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY, CONSISTING OF ,Fobs, Rings, Brooches, Studs, Ear Rings, Coral Necklaces, Lockets and Chains, Novelties, Sterling Dresser Sets, Silver Plated Articles, Gold and Silver Handle Umbrellas and Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Fat land Hollow Clocks, Hand Painted China and Brass, Etc. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. KARL LEHMANN & SON, m -rMrTREE NATCHEZ, MISS. I WANT YOUR ORDERS FOR STAPLE A FANCY GROCERIES 'ITS NUTS AND FANCY CANDY CAN FILL YOUR -Orders at -- Wholesale Prices UEHN GROCERY COMPANY. Franklin st. Natchez, Miss. The Grocery Store that Gives , & H.L Green Trading Stampls. " ht of Pythias. SJoseph Lodge, No. 102, K. rquilarly on the Second anrd ye of each monlth at Ad car-load Harry Bor. iga cfter . It ie goinge to ruin mat week, soet your cintern Trespass Notice! NO HUNTING a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

WOMAN MAY BE MADE AN "IMMORTAL" M ME. CURIE, c overer, with her husband, of radium, and one of the most famous chemists living, again has been sugg as a member of the French Academy. Only her sex prevented her election as an "im mortal" on a previ s occasion, and it is not unlikely that the prejudices of those who object to making women members of the fam a body will soon be overcome. HOM ARE SCARCE Lack of Cottages fo Rising Gzn eration Is Seriou Problem. Many Married Couple Are Forced to Walt for Many YeaWor Habit ation - Engagemesn Last Many Years. London.-The Chelmsfed laborer who was forced into a wtkhouse be cause there is no cottageprocurable is no lsc!ated victim of he dearth of rural houses. It is quit4a common thing In the country for narriages to be postponed for years ssly owing to want of houses. Close to Dunmow is a notorious marriageless district, and b spite of a number of would-be vllige bene diets. In a number of Hunting donshire villages engagements of ten and fif...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

f tI, I te '`i , ý .. .. To Every Woman 'a' r yr Bring this advertisement to our "' ~p Notion )epanrment not later than uric week from today and receive, absolutely free, a regular 10c card of Wiison D ress-kooks These popular new Dres-lnooks are not ordinary hooks and eyes or snaps--they will completcly ,verrcome your dress-fastening diffculties. The free cards are not samples but the same value for which you would regularly pay lOc. We make this most unusual and liberal offer as we are confident you will find Wilson Dress-hooks the very thing you have always wanted. They can't come unhooked or "pop" open accidentady. They hold securely %ithout bulge or gap, though you can unhook them with perfect ease Guaranteed not to rust or crush in washing and ironing, and to outlast any garment; perfectly flat and never show. . Don't neglect thin opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooks =ym shn seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and sty!e books. Used by fashionable women ever...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

Astonished the "Cop." Polce Lieutemant "Barney" Keleher always has a new story to tell. "Two of our 'finest' were walking along Broadway not so long ago," be gan the lieutenant, unfolding his lat est offering, "and their attention was attracted to the bronze figure of an ape standing upright in the window of a large Jewelry store. "'What kind of an animal Is that supposed to be?' asked one of the other. "'You surprise me with your thick ness, returned the second cop. 'That's a gorilla Never hear of them be fore?' "'Sure, and I read about them in the histories.' he answered. 'My what a lot of damage they did during the Oivil war! How did a general ever make those things mind himr"--New York Sun. Risky Business. Mrs. Crawford-I'll- be glad when this Salse-hair fad goes out. Mrs. Crabshaw-So will I, dear. I'm wearing so many different k nds that when I find a strange hair on my hus band's coat I really haven't the nerve to seense him. ARE YOU FREE -FROM - Headhes~. Cld., . Pasa, Consti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

PRING FAG, Strcacbhy, Drowsy. tired. bead-achy otsick, but don t Just a few signs that aeed that most ef Stonic, liver-stirr Spring Remedy- OXIDINE - bottle proves. Iii Sp&c far M.I CrIb ad Fe". a.d a *Albe reedy b x 4.1 drct a orpd Fe'u sad ,ld ebmey,ý see. At YTear Dggia dd3a3d3 toW toO Wae, Teas. TAKE A DOSE OF SsT a coL s M bC COLDS The Facetious Farmer. Q e n actor out of work. Can ge e employment on your "s, uto a day on a farm is sketch." " stand that." ' alht. Tonder is your room s heaer a horn toot about S *trs your cue." Lawy Crtrckm. were discussing a certain as Mt diner, and a well-known siMdla laugh by remarking: w heir's red, even if her books Y yag man in the corner note of the sally for to , at another party shortly be earetunly guided the con Ino literary channels, Tit ts readers Portanately, a -tion ed the desired name, t. cried out: "Well. sed hair. eeun If her books SNOT SYMPATHETIC. whea yellrn out of hias booke your arm? 't say nothin'. He mlght, Wainer K...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

WRECKED BEFORE SHE EVER MADE A FLIGHT 771/ PlMAY FLY /AFTCP ITJ5 [ALL HE May Fly, a dirigible built for the British navy at a cost of about $200,000, met with disaster recently when she was taken out of the shed for her first trial flight Fortunately there was no loss of life, although the oficers and men in charge of the vessel were for a time in an extremely perilous position, during which they behaved with great courage and conolness Almost immediately after coming out of the shed the airship was caught by the wind, heeled over. and eventually broke her back. Her fate will probably cause the abandon ment of lighter-than-air craft In favor of the heavier-than-alr biplane or monoplane. ASK NEW CALENDAR British Statesman Would Rear range Months of Year. Every Month Would Begin on Sunday -New Year Day and Leap Year Separate-Many Other Novel Features in Scheme. London.-Slr Henry Dalsiel, leader of the ultra-radlcals in the house of commons, the father of the bill which ams at giving S...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE i 'Gaette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Bard d Fifth Loisiaa Leve District. $1.50 Pr Am . fid NEW SERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPII, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1911. NUMBER 48. fessional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road Offie Phone 12-3; Residence 12.2 C. LILY, LM D. H. S. TRICE, M 3. Drs. Lilly and Trice crssrs to pra. Lilly asd Adams SJoeph, - Louisiana ic Bank B lddi , alp stairs G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St loseph, Louisiana practice in East Carroll, Madison, Consordia and the Supreme and Courts. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST JOSEPH, - - LOUISIANA' L' Newall Building, Pleak Road Are You Going to Build I a car ret th idea ader th met favrable esedities by seeing ma about th Imer required for the prpse. To bhild ecuemicafly, build well. FOR HIGH-GRADE, WELL-MANUFACTURED Rough and Dressed Lumber ~less, Flooring, Ceiling, Composition Roofings, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Fine Interior F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

MADE DUW o masse R 4 N the records of the war department appears the name of Henry B Clitz, who was a major in the regular service. and who rose to the rank of a brigadier general of volunteers while in the Union army during the Civil war Old army of ficers remember Clits well, but possibly mil lions of civilians have well nigh forgotten him. After the short official story of his service written on the now time-stained paper hidden away In a vault of the war depart ment. these words appear: "Mysteri ously disappeared in the year 1888." The disappearance of Henry B Clits Is one of the mysteries of army life On other records in the war de partment are brief official lines, also on time-stained paper, telling of the career of Jasper A. Maltby. colonel of the Forty-fifth Illinois Infantry. more familiarly known in the darker days of the country's history as the "Wash burn's Lead Mine Regiment." Maltby's name was brought back not long ago sharply to memory by the death of his widow in 8t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

CO0 Y T *" SYNOPSIS. ' lp Cavey. ,- used of a crime of ' u, - he is not gulity, resigns from the v In di. grace and his affection for ? rtend, L'ut. Perry Hunter. turns to r. d.  'clr v seeks solitude, where he s.ot a dlyng machine. While soaring i.tr the Arnt. regions, he picks up a .iouslr shaped wi,'k he had seen In the o sa hand Mounting again, he die a yacht anchbred in the bay. oe lag near the steamrer. he meets a on an ice floe He learns that the s name to Jeanne Plieding and that yacht has pomn n.orth to seek signs " father, Captain Fielding. an arctic A party fromt the yacht Is ma search ashore After Cayley departs finds that he had dropped a cu -shaped stick. Captain P!ank and lurvlving crew of his wrecked whaler is hidlag on the coast. A giant ruf named Rosaoe. had murdered Field and his two companions, after the ea Shad revealed the location of an a ledge of pure gold Roscoe then coamand of the party. It develops the ruffian had committed the mur witnessed by Cayley...

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

Tlb Twsas gazette. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. ABWIR E. GREEN, - - EDITOR 8U88CR3PItIU YKARLY p-.-.--o ,-,-.- $1.50 S n Advame. . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1'911. Fr State Senator. I hereby announce nmyself as a candi date for the state Senate from the -9th Senatorial District, cornpo ed of the Par ithes of Concordia and Tensas. If elect ed, I pledge myself to faithfnll guardl and represent the heat interest of the eopl to the best of my ability and un ;. IIf. CLINTON. To My Fellow-Citizens of ('cncor lia and Tenes Parishe : I hereby announce my aspirati ,ns to the honorable position of repr,-entinr this District in the State Senate, subject to the Democratic 'primary. EDWARD 'C. !I,1:1 (I".. Fw Iepreseutatin. We are authorized to announce II(ON. 8AM'L. W. MARTIEN as candidate for re-election to the Lower ouse of the General Assembly of the State of lIi-' iana, from Tensas Parish, subject to the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce lItN. JOHN MURDOCH as a candidate fr the Lower Ho...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

P VONIR e Greater Tmrad ebind All Tra die b, •t // ,Q HEN the fa ther of the Rev. C. V. T.R sn fell upon his ons neck in the n at Boston, and the two me sob bed in eac oth er's arms. tlg S edy was nnft . a tragedy per and more art rending than vea that which to the death af Avis L Anell - My boy! My boy!" cried to - lrI his anguish. Almost the rds -It whibk the breaklg of Kin it beset was registered for all me - thoy brought him word of .l 'if his wering on Ab ;. "s sgeoty with the poa m oed klgs had sid to the so r omt oe t t capture the rebe as SLAnd en divine Justice o Is his as. Davld cried. h! mmy s5 my sonr" this cry has SaS burst trom heart of al ' tather son has , eh i. written saM about s m the at sm who slN f lftone r the e tle o the of Mth ,t a grPetf thougho me easla's clamUors from but broods dark at. of the heart. Father's Ord Sthber's grief dil a t Sthis-that oshe, o *vidence. ,eer her so to be g Thu ualesates tear are ot we against tinjustice to who fer to her. She...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911. W IB LEAIES LEAVES FOIR IVERS I UWIIS CURE[SS. Hon. J. F Ransdell, prweident of the National Rivers and harbor'. (,ongress. leaves for Washington, 1). ('.. to-nivht to assist in preparation for the eighth annual convention, to be held in that city on the 6th, 7th and 1th of IDecember. Mr. Ranadell anticipates oine of the greatest conventions ever :h,.l Iy the congrem, and he is especially anlxious for Louisiana to be well represent ed, a. ni state in the UInion will receive greater benefit from the adoption of a national waterway policy than Louisiana. "as we have a greater mileage of streams suscep tible of improvemnent than any other state," said he. Yesterday Mr. ItantldeIl ~onfe'rre.d with Mayor Martin Behrallan. w is onte of the directors of the orglaniztatilon. and with Hlion. J. T. Mcl'lellan, of Tallulah,. who is vice president of louisiana. Both of these gentlemen are fully alive to the great importance of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

- -ao ,  . . . . . . . . - - - .- . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..- - - - - To be Given Away! One Five-piece Silver Service, on January 1st, 1912. Tickets on Same given with EVERY ONE DOLLAR CASH PURCHASE WE CARRY A COMPLETE AND STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE LINE OF GOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY, CONSISTING OF Watches, Fobs, Rings, Brooches, Studs, Ear Rings, Iracelets, Coral Necklaces, Lockets and Chains, eld Novelties, Sterling Dresser Sets, Silver Plated Thlt Articles, Gold and Silver Handle Umbrellas and Cas, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Fat and Hollow Wir, Clocks, Hand Painted China and Brass, Etc. WE OLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. KARL LEHMANN & SON, 45e MAIN STREET NATCHEZ, MISS. I WANT YOUR ORDERS - - FOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS, NUTS AND FANCY CANDY - - CAN FILL YOUR - Retail Orders --- at -- Wholesale Prices KUEHN GROCERY COMPANY. 6oo Franklin st. Natchez, Miss. The Grocery Store that Gives S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. SFam for Sale Cheap. ~' $ALL FARM OP 22 acre, good premies,. e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

COPYR/C//4 5TY A.Rf77"2JO I5O/Yr? OA T__T_ RESIDENT Taft's word of hope that . the Panama canal may be opened for traffc two years earlier than the time tentatively set by Chief Engineer George W. Goetbals seems to have re directed the attention of the people to the marvelous (word used advis edly) progress of the isthmian ven ture since the time when it was fin ally definitely determined that a wa terway was to be opened through Panama and not through its sister State. Nicaragua. Former President Roosevelt recently has defended vigorously his action in the case of the recognition .; ... a :........-:.:-. .... . ...... . . et ·Ae de e of +aa .. •. ,o, ÷ .. * 1 of Panama, an "over: :.x n I h t proceeding"` which made it poes-t ble for the United States to enter into a e treaty With the twelve hour old republic l which would allow op a eorations to begin at one. Colombia has not yet forgiven us for tgiving the Pan-a. <"::1 mans recognition. Mr. R0Nooseelt said that if Paama' had co...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

To Every i i *, Woman Say Bring this advertisement to our wa INo,,on Department not I ter th:n one week from today anl r'cccve, absolutcly free, a regular lt'c c ;,! o SWilson Dress-kooA These p ,puhr new Dree-Donn.;s :ore not o ;;;:arv :. ::. eyes or snap, thei i.i compkl , \ , difficultie:. T ", frce c(.,r,1, a -! ,,,t u.m pl,;. ;,ut t.. _ .:.,. ...... . ,hich vo wo,:, recu:la1lv pat 1 c. you cill t I' i 'n e . . o . t . . . , They hol e .1,: ,,, . . I tlem with p t .ed ,,t t r , or . : and r,,ni , p e t - per ' . .. All Don': .. ' . ,,,,or :.. t . R 1. , -a,,a nr :- ,- o' ;:._..r : , (:.. .I . . Ce Out his A-.crl W. R. BAKER & SON. Phone No. 29 BESSAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A HOLE IN THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Natchez Is showing the largest and most complete stock of Rings, Lockets, Chains and Pins of all Kinds IN THE SOUTH rices are the Lowest Possible, Quality Considered Store expenses figured to a minimum. Our profits in proportion. Fine watch work }and optics a specialty ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

II THE FACE OF THE CLOCK AN ADVENTURE OF PETER CREWE--THE MAN WITH THE CAMERA EYES By HAROLD CARTER b ig t ihbLJ.b7 W. 0. Chapeman to the United States and Great Britan, Readers of these memoirs have often said to me: "Why do you lay so much stress upon Peter Crewe's optical powers when the solution of many of these cases was due quite as much to the fertility of his mind and his deductive powers as to his ability to remember everybody and every thing that he had ever seen?" My answer to this criticism has been that, while Crewe possessed in a marked degree the ordinary detec tive instinct, yet in almost every case it was his optical gift that started him along the correct line of investiga tion. It was his power of calling up an exact scene, a footprint on a car pet, a misspelled letter in a manu script, the slightest deviation from the normal, which none other could have discovered, that furnished him with his clues. Take, for example, the case of the murder of Walter Bentley. Eve...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

EW NEWS of YESTERDAY --- By E. J. EDWARDS I First Time She Really Sang In Gilmore's Peace Jubl Ssa s Heard Above the Cannon, Sand Great Orchestra A re of Ten Thousand. Itly told in the words of the ck Sarsfleld Gilmore. the banamaster this country has duced. the story of the ro courtshlp of a great prima of the sixties and the early sev p, parepa Rosa. and Carl Rosa. mat the height of Parepa's fame as a good opera singer, was looked a as a of Europe's great violin Today I tell in Mr. Gilmore's Wcrd the story of the manner in be secured Parepa-Rosa as the for his National Peace Jubilee hbich was held in Boston, and was one of the great musical that won for Gilmore inter fame as a bandmaster j bgsa to lay plans for the peace a year or two after the close Civil war." said Mr Gilmore, s band, during the war. was the Amlus of all the musical or on the Union side. "At I d just a vague idea of a cele jIj b song an( music of the res - t peace In the United States. pa re I though of the idea...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 December 1911

CII ll A5 SWH IKA Aorr snFuF 5I, WAKENED by the world's un rest. the last empire of old, old things, of unchanging ideas, of reverence for the past, has sha ken off the shackles of auto cratic, tyrannical government, and western notions of liberty, of industrial activity and mod ern progress have taken pos session of the celestial empire. Victory after victory has placed the constitutional party in al most complete control of the country. In a frantic effort to save some remnant of its tot tering power the throne issued edict after edict abjectly acceding to the various demands of the revolutionists. But Manchu rule in China is ended forever. Wu Ting Fang, twice ambassador of his country to Washington, and one of the most famous and distinguished statesmen in China, has declared himself in favor of a republican form of government and has taken a leading place in the counsels of the constitutional par ty. A republic, founded upon lines similar to the government of the United States i...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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