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

r THE TENSAS GAZETTE CButte Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tenu School Board and Fifth Louisimaa Levee District. SNE ERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPIH, I, F., FRIDAY, DECEMIBER 8. 1911. NUMER 9. :-:,. ' UM ER 49 essional Cards iD. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Pysuician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road . Phone 12-3; Residence 12-2 J allT, M. D. H. S. TRICE, M 9. Drs. Lilly and Trice - ss-ssrs to Drs. Lilly and Adan. Jutp, - Louisiana Bask Bailding, up stirs G. H. CLINTON , Attorney-at-Law St l oseph, Louisiana - dlei in East Carroll, Madison, Ceacordia and the Supreme and GEORGE N. CLARK } DENTIST " - LOUISIANA Hi allm Bfilding, Plank Road Jos. Whitaker, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ASHWOOD, LA. Phone In Residepce. -- - - - The Buyers' Guide The firms whose names are repre. sented in our advertising columns are worthy or the cdnfidence of every person in the community who has money to spend. The fact that they advertise stamps them as enterpris ing. progressi...

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 December 1911

C~ s CHAS tA5W.ROSSER COPYRIGHT 1910 3Y TE CENTURv co C:PYPInHT 1q1o BY THe bUCCCSS CO SYNOPSIS. Philip Cayley, aci used of a crime of whilch lie .a nt guilty. resigns fr,,m the army in digrac'e and his :tffectlion for his friend. li.iut. Perry liun'e. tu. n to hatred. Caylky seeks solituce. where ihe perfects a Kytng machine. \Whilh soaring over the Arctic regions, he ptikr up a curi i.-!y shaped stick he had seen irn tie assassi.,'5 hand. Mounting again, he dis covers a yacht ancitored in the btay. [)e scending near tre steamer. he meets a girl on an i'e floe. He learns that the girl's name is Jeanne Fieldng anid that the yacht has coni, north to seek signs of her father. (Captain Fielding. an arc'tic explorer. A party from the yacht is ma king eeat,'h ashore. After Cayle,' departs Jeanne fnllds that he had dropped a cu riously-shaped stick. Captain lanck and the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler are in hiding on the coast. A giant ruf fian natoe.d itoscoe. had niurdered Field...

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 December 1911

FARM ~Ma fl6~ - I the most relished by poultry Maeae money is the chief object d sg pedigree bogs. i mtic work is required to rid • a house of mites or lice ls t the colts do not lose flesh t Sjit or frost-bitten pastures. IMib d and feeding Is the first Im pelst In successful dairying. g the most successful pigeon eedsa his birds nothing but gp lNosod soured or tainted food of - ts the chicks, or to the old wVis dairyman and stockman back and grow to maturity calves. - 0s a good manager to make d g; $2 per head each year from pair of breeders. dather more rapidly when as abundance of fresh wa Sgpd puturage. is no best breed of chickens. t good, bad or indifferent, ac Scircucmstances. Y r p ladustry cannot reach t ustil every mongrel dog to it esterminated. Smeae rule always to be re- a' Never mate birds that Ia the same nest. " s rot to put sawdust in the e as it gathers too much ad causes dampness. ci require plenty of exercise in , develop their limbs when are growing rapidly. a ...

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 December 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ADBE BI . GREEN, - - EDrroa. FRITDAY, ICAEMER 8,191 I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911. For State Senator. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the State senate from the :"2th Senatorial District, composed of the Par ishes of Concordia and Tensas. If elect ed, I pledge myself to faithfull guard and represent the best interest of the people to the best of my ability and un der:tanding. (;. H, CLINTON. To My Fellow-Citizens of (Concordia and Tensas Parishe : I hereby announce my aspirations to the honorable position of reprt.ent:ng this District in the Stste Senate, subject to the Democratic primaary. ED\V ARI) C. 11t111DS. For Representative. We are authorized to announce lION. SAM'L. W. MARTIEN as candidate for re-election to the Lower House of the General Assembly of the State of Louis iana, from Tensas Parish, subject to the Democratic prinumry. We are authorized to announce lION. JOHN MURI)OCH as a candidate for the Lower House of the Ge...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 December 1911

DEVICE FOR PLANTING TREES Plese of Board About Seven Feel Long With Notch in Middle Will Be Found Convenient. After the ground has been laid out Mr the planting of trees, by means of lakes straight in all directions, the devise as shown in the cut will be a great help In getting the trees exact 4y where the stake has stood. Take a board about seven feet long, potch it on one side in the middle, Device for Planting Trees having an inch hole bored through the eater near each end. Lay down the b ard lth notch to the stake Insert pegs through the end holes into the soil Lift one end of the board and swing around. Now the hole should be dug. When ready to receive the tree, swing back the board In place l planting, place the tree in the fotch so that it will bring it exactly heren the stake stood. JAPANESE PLUM QUITE HARDY Psrtleelarly Popular With Eastern Growlrs on Aceount of Early Maturity and Plumpneess. Plaums of the Japanese variety are SAgplar with most growers, particu y the east,...

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 December 1911

THE TENSAS OAZETTE. I ST. JOSEP, - - - LA.I FRIDAY, DECEMBKR 8, 1911. calmr ol m uotk i! (New Orlesa Pleayun. De. 7b. ) The annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, for Louisiana, began its session yes terday in this city. It is a body of several hundred clergy, with a large number of communicants, repre senting important religious inter ests. One of the functions of the conference is to change the clergy from church to church, as each pas tor is assigned to his appointment without any engagement with the congregation he is to serve. A pas tor can serve a congregation only for a specific term, and then be must be moved to some other con gregation. The Methodists started out as a missionary organization dad they retain this change of place s one of their ancient usuages. The fact that there is a Methodist Church, South, is an interesting fact, testifying that political sec tionalism split the American Meth odist Church long before the out break of the war 1861-65. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 December 1911

To be Given Away! .O Five.plece Silver Service, on January  1912. Tickets on- Same given with RY ONE DOLLAR CASH PURCHASE gV -IIr A COMPLETE AND STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE LINE OF LD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY, CONSISTING OF lle, Fobs, Rings, Brooches, Studs, Ear Rings, iulmts, Coral Necklaces, Lockets and Chains, SJ NWulties, Sterling Dresser Sets, Silver Plated TI MArticles, Gold and Silver Handle Umbrellas and ian es, Cat Glass, Sterling Silver Fat and Hollow aip Ccks, Hand Painted China and Brass, Etc. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. KARL LEHMANN & SON, SurN sneer - NATCHEZ, MISS. I WANT YOUR ORDERS FOR STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES yUITS, NUTS AND FANCY CANDY --- - CAN FILL YOUR - - S(Orhders - at- Wholesale Prices UEHN GROCERY COMPANY. e Pnklin St. Natchez, Miss. The Grocery Store that Gives S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. f' Sale Cheap. UPAM OIF acres, good premises, al hbores, wagon and farming iasl Sd six miles from BuckrLdge Ib from Newellton. Will sell ash. Apply to JOHN ROYSTRR, Notnac...

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

1 _.. O··· " WONDRIt 'JL DOG " ir;-·,:-.·::·sr 53 T. 5MNARD , on...D a STERLINCE HEILIG 4 ) o .z ·3 ., , .:.r , . :-, .. HAVE just quit forty of the most magnificent dogs in the world--as big as calves, as husky as bears. as intelligent as folks, as pedigreed as princes, as meritorious as saints, and as pure and plain-living as their masters, the Augustine canons, who, after fifteen years of a climate that is nine months ice and snow, break down com pletely, with swelled joints, im poverished blood and chronic rheumatism. The dogs are as aristocratic as the kings who in the middle ages sent them collars of gold; because the first Bernards, their ances tors, were already on the spot, aiding trav elers in an amateurish way, when St Bernard de Menthon went up from Aosta and founded the Hospice, A. D. 962. Their ancestors, bear fighting dogs of old Charlemagne's court, had been left with certain mountaineer chiefs. among other payment for aid and neutrality. by an earlier Bernard, uncle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 December 1911

To Every . N I iWoman rani r' faBrine: this advertisement to our wry Notion Department not later than one week from today and receive, Sabsolutely free, a regular 10c card of WilsonDress-kooksl eyes or snaps-y ll omplering me ythis ur dre-fent to our diffculties. The free c otion Department n ot the same value ftr 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 alwavs wanted. They can't conle unhooked or "pop" ojen accidcntall.-. They hold securely kithout hul,*e or gap, though you can t~hW,,k them with perfect ease. Guaranteed not to rust or crush in washi::· and ironing, and to outlast any garment; perfectly flat and never .l.',w. Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooL you have seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and stvle books. Used by fa.hionable women evcrywhere and endorsed by leading dressmakers. Cut Out this Advertisement and presen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 December 1911

GREAT TEMPLE FOR SHRINERS ri W i CHICAGO.-On Tuesday. October 31. Imperial Potentate John Frank Treat laid the corner stone of the new Medinah Temple in this city, and the ceremony was witnessed by an immense assemblage of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Medinah is the largest organization of Shriners in the world, and Its new temple will be the largest building devoted solely to Shrine purposes. GUN SHOOTS BOMBS Device May Make Aeroplane Deadly Machine. It Has Been Predicted That It Would Make the Mightiest Destructive Force Known to Modern Warfare. New York.-Ever since the aero plar.e has been developed into a prac tical flying machine it bas been pre dicted that it would be the mightiest destructive force known to modern warfare. But not until a practical gun for use on aeroplanes had been built, it was realised. would the power of the aeroplane as an aggressive tac tor in war be recognised. This gun has now been invented and is at present being tested by its designer, Loeut Riley ....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 December 1911

SNEW NEWS of YESTERDAY C- I- By E. J. EDWARDS . Fear Kept Novelist Away P"l+l»h Resde Wished to See This .tr" but Felt Sure He Would We of Seasickness on the Atlantic. r. rst great captain of a Harvard - ratlty crew was Frederick Lor *- He was, in fact, the first of all ' college oarsmen to master i ofisce of rowing and to show the !aiisr in which the mere brute of a rower can often be out .gted through the use of skill and pala Loring drilled a Harvard iS 1867 which gave as fine an of college rowing as had 1 wse up to that time. The crew away from the Yale University with perfect ease over the course I La  QuinsIgamoud. at Worcester. And when Captain Loring. W'oked the crew, stopped row- 4 kis giving the signal to his crew  aes, every man in the boat was &M. apparently. as he Las at the I t when he entered It the next year, and once more Loring stroked his crew to ; and so tamous did the Lor .ta-eared crew become that Har decided to send a four-oared under Loring to Lon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 December 1911

IN THE PARADISE OF ART STUDENTS C -,. . 7 4..' :!ý .,vVia.kt "ý4 -ý. :'ii ~ci~ 4.~· a~ C t 443' . ..,'ý. '. PST ] 1,--,. - -. "" A RT students and others who hzave Inon and loved thze Latin quarter and Lvontmartre in Paris are moural':g the disappear'ance of many of th~e familiar places, due to municipal improvements. One of thzese, ate pic tured, was the restaurant of the Lapin Agile. or lively rabbit, whzichz has been for many years a favorite w~ort of students and artists *'2777Ub7 2I APi j ~ of stdet and· artists.·;s MAKES MEN HOMELY Famous English Artist Explains Rush of Modern Life. Extensive Inquiries Go to Show That It is More the Male Than the Fe male That Are Degenerating In Looks. London.-Consiaerable interest has been aroused by the statement made at the meetings of the dental federa tion that, partly owing to mouth trou bles, the English are becoming an ug lier nation. Extensive inquires go to show that it is,. in many people's opinion, more the men of the country ...

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

THE TENSAS GAZETTE ?- ihhi ~mP , Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tens e School Board and Fift L as lm ve Diutri. $L1.5S Pr Amam. W SERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911. NUMBER 50. -~~ 11 1 IIII 111 'onal Cards L. A. Murdock  T JOSEPH, LA. an and Surgeon o.nl g, Plank Road 12-3; Reidence 12-2 D . L & TRICE, U P. Lilly and Trice b Drs. Lilly and Adams Louisianau Lk IIildiag. up stars H. CLINTON _.j rney-at-Law I Jseph, Louisiana in East Carroll, Madison, and the Supreme and : RGE N. CLARK .DENTIST - - LOUISIANA I P ldieg, Plank Road Jos. Whitaker, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ASHWOOD, LA. Phone In Residence. The Buyers' - Guide The firms whose names are sepra sented in our advertising columns are worthy of the confidence of every person in the community who has money to spend. The fact that they advertise stamps them as enterpris ing, progressive men of business, a credit to our town, and deserving of support. Our advertising columns comprise a Buye...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

·_ e - ie Pan-American rfsLf HE past few years has witnessed an import ant addition to the fixed annual ceremon ial functions at the capital of the nation. This new event on Uncle Sam's calendar of spectacles is known as the Pan-American Thanks giving Mass and it bide fair to ere long take rank in significance and popular interest with the president's annual New Year's reception at the White House and other similar fix tures. Even at the outset this event vies with any of the other gatherings as a spectacle. The presence of high church dignitaries in their most gor geous robes of state and the participa tion of the diplomats from all the "Latin-American countries In their court dress, with uniforms adorned in many instances with jeweled decora tions, contributes to a panorama of pomp and glitter It is rather difficult to trace the ex act origin and development of the idea for this unique new international Thanksgiving service, but Mgr. Will lam T. Russell pastor of St. Pat rick's ch...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

M4i1CIV BARBEA . r.VmA go¢gD Y , I   CHAPTER I. Sthek Diamond HorseShoe. of ' scream clashed with the w high note in the Jewel F gad in a moment the Metropoli- M r House was in confusion. a' half suppressed, broke the sc Peuliar to a "Faust" night. The ci portly Marguerite, her t gsring like a cage-born bird freed, was decking her ma- tt -'p n with the glistening stage tt -it on her scenic doorstep by et cwst of devils. As the singer ei goat her neck the rope of pearls ti 4bch Mephisto planned to fet- M soul, Mrs. Missioner, swinging tU g with a freer motion, struck t: drecst part of her diamond a The blow was sharp. The cl Sread on which the choicest 81 Mlsioner jewels in their per. settings were strung, snapped. b most of the freed drops of fj re that constituted Mrs. Mis magnificent necklace-the ri VIb the Maharanee diamond- o guling on the floor of the box.  lsioner, as the little scream r from Dorothy March, a debu- ft jo had taken under her wing p s evening. clutched at t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

The Tensas amtte. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDTOR. SUSIIPTION YKARLY $1.50 In Advance. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911. MR. MICHEL FAVORS AGRICUL TURAL SCHOOLS. "I am particularly impressed," said Mr. Michel in his platform, "with the splendid work accom plished by the agricultural schools in a number of the parishes, and favor systematic development of this form of education. It is of the ut most importance to the future wel fare and prosperity of the State that the youth of the agricultural dis tricts should be afforded an oppor tunity tA) obtain tuition in scientific farming, in order that the agricul tural wealth of the State may be fully devetloped and those who fol low agricultural pursuits may profit by modern methods of treating and tilling the soil." It is almost impossible to over estimate the mighty benefits which will accrue to the people of this State through scientific agriculture. We have in Louisiana the most fertile land on earth, and yet lands in a great m...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

WBROOK FARM -All feed possible should be grown the farm. Turkeys do not take kindly to tn rW roosting places. Sry to protect all stock from cold " s and rains. It pays. At the time of shipment the fleeces sheep or lambs should be dry. J ject all damaged feed. It will --l you in good milk and excellent .o~'t neglect to commence feeding colts some grain before they are IS the slobbering horse in need of grain, or may It not be that its need Ailling? O "IL like men, can endure great i . t conditions are maintained to the body. are a good many breeders , , believe that it is profitable e"rm for the hogs. ' ·lacks of swine are often injur " Jvenile "rough-riders" who bg b for their mounts. a good idea to wait on the corn pea are sume it is safe to be but not to wait any longer. lala has an artesian water 640,00 square miles, mostly available for irrigation. in pork production is large by the attention given to and comfort of the brood ' ripening or souring of the is oe* of the most imp...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, DE('EMBER I, 19,11. THE WAY OF THE TIMES DEMOCRAT. (New Orleans Picayune.) In his article in the Century Mag azine of -October on "Libel in Eng land and America,'" Mayor (aynor of New York City says: "In the whole range of rights won by human progress, none is more important than free speech and a free press. W\'thout them, free gov ernment could not exist, yet demo cratic institutions have no deadlier enemy than the professional falsi tier of daily events ,r thlie profes sional libeler who ruins reputati'ons and poisons the con, unity through the printed sheet; and free govern ment cannot survive the continu ance of such a cnditio,n. Freedom of speech and of the press means freedom to write and speak the truth, not falsehood and abuse." These remarks of Mayor ;aynor have peculiar application to the Times-Demacrat generally, and par ticularly to an editorial which ap peared in that paper on December 8, under the heading "Politics in...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

Fj-----.--------- - -- - To be Given Away! One Flve-plece 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, Skids, Ear Rings, Bracelets, Coral Necklaces, Lockets and Chains, Gold Novelties, Sterling Dresser Sets, Silver Plated Toilet Articles, Gold and Silver Handle Umbrellas and Canes, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Fat and Hollow Ware, Clocks, Hand Painted China and Brass, Etc. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. KARL LEHMANN & SON, 40o MAIN STREETr -- - - NATCHEZ, MISS. I WANT YOUR ORDERS FOR - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS, NUTS AND'FANCY CANDY -- CAN FILL YOUR Retal Orders - at Wholesale Prices KUEHN GROCERY COMPANY. 600 Fanklin t. Natchez, Miss. The Grocery Store that Gives S. A H. Green Trading Stamps. IMm Offm. from1iading Manoracynr Boo on patents. "Hints to inventors." inventlons needed." Why some inventors fai...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 December 1911

The Emperor's Double NARRATIV, 'F CAPTAIN A V lCS " Detective-Diplomat" By H. . EGBERT (Copyright. by V. G. Chapman) HEN I arrived at Buck ingham palace, by reason of a special summons from King Edward, I found him pacing the floor of his study in a high state of excitement. In his hand he held a letter. When I entered he came up to me at once, with the ap pearance of a man who seeks some oonsolatiun after having gone through an intolerable strain. "Captain Adams," he said, plunging at once into the business on hand, as was his habit, "I am in a most un fortunate dilemma, and there is im mediate need of an envoy who pos sesses courage and discretion in the highest degree. In view of your suc cessful expedition to Berlin recently I am confident that you can solve this difficult problem." I bowed my acknowledgments and waited for information. At that mo ment, however, his majesty's secre tary, Lord (then Sir Franets) Knowles came quickly in from an ante-room. "The ambassador is here, ...

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