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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

GOOD THINGS ,- FOR ;NEW YEAR'S DINNER Mince Meat in Packages, Pails and Jars, itins, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange fslls, Almonds, Walnuts, Creamnuts,Fresh :ackerel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives ui Stuffed Olives, Dill Pickels, Codfish Wakes, Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, b~J r.rgr Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat - peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 2t IL showing the largest and most complete stock of Ichtsis ad Pins ofkd linds 0E THE SOUTH " b tL m FuM. bity aCuiId store ezp.ss Igured to a minimum. Our peoAts in proportion. watci" work and optics a specialty SES AND MULES! Sat O our .tablem a well .e-" live of ag s A car lo3 just re at~o~d ' ues" M".pbu spciallj solicited.. AN MULE CO., 4sleEr.- ==.. Mauwol a cm oa steasn. - NATCZZ, MsS Somobiles! uwre the agents in this trict for "E. ._P" .and "landers" A-tomaobile~ 3 mbpt delIverOis areuarateed. m R use n - nessesr 4 ses *** su ature explhaining thee ear or if you are ta byin, cone to Natches and we . a deontr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

NOTES y2<n2-/ MEADOWBROOK FARM A silo is a necessity. Provide free range for hogs. Horses and mules are very fond of oat straw. lvrery dairy should have a butter or milk standard. Only the wealthy man can afford to keep a poor cow. Do not waste time trying to cure a very sick chicken. The horse is the only animal which every farmer must have. Oats make an excellent ration for growing and breeding hogs. Pedigreed stock, with animals, means known parentage on both sides. Do not neglect to spray the orchard trees and berry bushes this year. Every instant that milk stands in the stable it gathers contamination. The silo helps solve the problem of making a profit from $100 an acre land. Do not allow a boss colt to nag a younger or smaller on. Separate them. Do not place much faith in new feeds-you do not know what they are made of Beginners should not purchase large colonies of bees. Begin moderately and go slow. In feeding a milk cow a corn ra ties, reduce the ration at first indi ea...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

INew News of Yesterday -- -By E. J. EDWARDS I I- - I Lafayette's Second Visit Frenchman Left Banquet at Ues to Call on a Cousin of president Adams and For got His Hosts. of the towns that Lafayette when he was in this country was Utica, N. Y. I was in g. year at that time, and I can remember the visit. But I know whib he was in Utica Lafayette gm thing that caused no end of for years there. I presume was utterly unlike any other d Lafayette's triumphal tour sountry fifty years after the of the Declaration of Inde My father told me abo it It, knew whereof he spoke 'rom haoiledge; for as a trom of Utica, and one who interested flnanciasl~. in shipping, then just begin -Ws one of those who we ette to Utica." gIf to me the late Commodore !O Santroord of New York at the time of his death in the owner of the largest steamers in America and million dollars. e arrived in Utica over the Erie canal," continued re; "his was one of the made on that canal. The of the town had arranged a lutst i...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 29 December 1911

GYPSY BARONS VISITING IN ENGLAND fP 771E-'/ [ Po F i7 VICTOAPI cJT77OnV LONDON.-The people of London have been much interested tliely In the arge bandief Galin Gypsies that Shas been encamped In lIlat Putney. These visitors are ow their way to America aud are taking their time about gettnlg there, having been flfteen years on the road alresly. They ar waltby and a3e of ancient lineage. with all the pride of royal ancestry, Unlike the majority of wandering tribes, they, .re not beggars and thieves, but skilled workers in metaL Tradition has it that they have anherited thelr- nning 'in this drection. from lamer, the goldsmith who made the image of the goldea calf in the - wilderneu The) are a handsome people, large of stature, With a Greek regularity of feature. Their hair and beards jet black. In their Sash Iag black eyes lurks the melancholy shadow of a wandering race. .KIDNEY IS REPLACED Transplanting Operation by Sur geon Is SuccessfuL One of Most Remarkable and Inte eating Cli...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

THE TENSAS G_.ET ll e Pbl"ia Copa Ltd. Official Pa e arih o Ter. Scheel lewd amd Fir le.uuid L.. In isriL ' NEW SERIESVOL. IIXX. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1912. NUMB . 1 Professional Cards Dr. L A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. PA,.sician and Surgeon ffice on Plank Road o J Pboe* 12-3; Resldoeca 12-2 SMi , , r. D.. .1. TRICE, M . Sbr. Lilly and Trice ..Ieuim to Dr. Lilly ad Adam ah, - Louisiana H. CLINTON r?. Attorney-at-Lawe : t Joseph, Lanisias p 4Lue*e in East Carroll, Mladism, Cimosif a and the Suprem. and FOORGE N. CLARK -DENTIST *"DadiW, Plank Read re You Going to Build :Otj ede wi .. .m.dr t .bh a sit s b. ti h , ambs s .hhler. rel fhr epmp.... TYo w .....i, h w.i FOl ICGII-CAD, WULIAL.MAACTUD h and Dressed Lumber ro, Cas , Compeatdi. Rmfis, saa, Ders, Bliad, re lateutr Fimish, Etc. 6r r We o a t les Las T. Kl.s brid H eaI.rihg. Aluways t t r - r k.. I..s ... r. t tn. bato. Aua. a ... ., A. ENOCHS, The Lumberman NATCHEZ, MISS. t MNEair · C. AL M ITA Wheeler & Moritz ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

DURBAR AT DELHI MOST GORGEOUS Splendor of Ceremony Never Be fore Equalled in India. GREAT DISPLAY OF JEWELS George and Mary, Seated on Imps rial Thrones of *Hindustan, Witness a Wonderful Pageant. Delhi, India, Dec. 12.-Amid scenes of splendor never before equalled even in India, the country of marvel ous pageants, ,nor in any other land in modern times, George and Mary, i. ·a 4 4 :" ·: t " :c Ww~ ~ ~ ~i GraOura roe ln ý"'tp'" t '' "Ii:,A º ý kiag and queen of Great Britain, were reogalsed today as emperor and em pre. of India. Up to their thrones amarhed the proudest chlefs of Hin dsutan sad there did homage. The egsaony was without precedent, for aever before has a British emperor od India come to Delhi, the ancient meat of the kings of India, to assume his title. The Durbar, for which elab orate preparations bad been un der way for months, took place in a grqat camp to the north of the city, sense Ave miles square. The tempo rary population of this camp is about a quarter of a m...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

@JA Ula ifman ~ l~ e7,94'j jVNOPSIS. Sgitory o1as with a scream from y Marid n the opera box of Mrs. ,a klthy widow. It is oc when Yrs. Mlssioner's necklace Ssatterlnu the diamonds all over gsr. Cutitl Griswold and Bructon society me in love with Mrs. Mis pther ul the gems. Griswold eO what is ruposed to be the uele SMaharaneeand crushes it A Hin ddares it we not the genuine. An later pronunces all the stones t for the orignal. Detectives sad Caron Investigate. They that ti' thS of the original gems ageemplished )t some one In the Miss ElinorHolcomb. confidentlal of Mrs. Missioner. is sus One of theratessin diamond) is is her room. Mrs. Missioner pro ht EUllor isi nocent, but @te is to prisin. banthme. In an up paslon. two illUdooe, who are in to recover the Maharance, dis e arrsrt. CHAPTER VI---Cntinued. Heoleombl' ered the lieu l ad Caren, each with an aisr her shouer, propped her your head," uommanded the  er tell on Seat ears. She as o °e in the 4ot agony of a Liaras. , t Icr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

T oY.J O SEP H, - - LA . Ule . tilt . - - Earm;. hew gmWIU P .AULT as H hr ~b~, tress FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1:412. St for Wei Saab. I hterby announre ryielf as a candi- ; N( = = = . the :ste ease fnrm the "th ills.: SDia'iet. c Imp m&of the Par Wew a C 'omm 'ia and Tenma. If Ae'-t- k" ed, I pidte d.-,'va to faithful! guard r. and repneWt the best in.'re of the pleato the best ed my ability sod I.- fio nraeding. - fl a,. H. aLLiNTON. Tc My Fell Citizren ot Concornia anw 'Teamw P~aristxr I hureby naoewe n my aspirations to the hnmtabWt paeti4)l of reprewntlnl ttti Dhtri t in the sla ..mate, subjttt o the DeiniiatiprtT**1y. EDWARfD C. RH )DE4. We o- aaethofred to announce HONI.1 j SAM'L W. MaRTIENa candidate for 1S4Ieet)S to the, Lower Hoaw of the ` O(ial Amiwubly of the State of Laoh- j lane, fIas Tee" PNrhu, eubjed to the Iamoeri primary. We are uatOrwiad to aannonte HON. JWflI MURDOCH C a candidbae for the Lower nre of the general Aiwem bip of the !ae of Louisiana, from Ten or Pari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

GOOD THUiGS --- FOR NEW YEAR'S DINNER Mince Meat in Packages, Pails and Jars, Raisins, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange -peals, Almonds, Walnuts, Creamnuts,Fresh Mackerel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives * and Stuffed Olives, Dill Pickels, Codfish Flakes, Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, Liaberger Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat ed Peaches, Dates. - BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 29 ESSAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A HOLE IN THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Natchez Is showing the largest nnd nmst cornplete stock f 0th , Lockets, Chains and Pins of all Kinds D1 IN THE SOUTH `at aN thui Lowest Possible, Quality Cusidemr Store expenses figured to a minimum. Our profits in prolprtion. no watch work IBn and optics a specialty ORSES AND MULES! The people (4 Tensaa Parish will find at our stables a well se meted liue of HORSES and MULES. A car load just re :+, elved. Patronage of Tulenar Paisah planters specially solicited. KAHN MULE CO., MCILI SI R JET.-- Maxwell & Crouch Old Stand. NATCHEZ, MISS. Au...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

The Kaiser's Hairdresser NARRATIVE OF CAPTAIN ADAMS "Detective-Diplomat By H. M. EGBERT (Co r:Kg t. by A. G Chapman.) HAD not seen his majest) since he had appointec me to be one of his cour iers I had been given tc understand, however, by the foreign secretary Lord! Lansdowne. that th' king was highly plnaoed with the successful re suit of my mission to South America, which had aitved the flagship of the American squadron from destruction. I had the self-deprecdation to acknowledge that this event was purely the result of chance, and not due to any ability of mine; but Lord Lansdowne waved aside my explanations. "My dear Adams." he said, "please remember from now on that a king's courier is judged by the success or failure of his mission-not by his deserts. Results are all that are de stred, and it makes no particle of dif ference how you obtain them." I had begun to think that my peal tion was to be more or less a sinecure. when one morning my servant Talbot ushered a little page...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

at he bo P at b4 SHAKE? ' idne is not only quickest safest,and remedy for Chills Fever, but a most N letonic in all diseases. a iver tonic-a kid- a rmic-a stomach i bowel tonic. I asyste'-cleansing a is needed. just try b SXIDINE tb r Masdb, atlo b Sand I a dliseses d and bowels 0& At Yinr & gebb t C PassUIUNs 'sav 0., Waeo, Tas. O FOR All SORE EYES U. Little Rock, No. 5O-1911." Directory ENBERG MUSIC CO. ia Rock lArL. - WSe tao Csaoq ad M t es World's beet C IA1IOS bad ORGANtS" FINISHING Oive us a trial. We re erevasonable.Write for them. I SUPPLY 00. ULe mek. Ark. t Was Willing. has no monopoly of domes as many a piquant parn- i vitness. The other day t and his wite were "do eights of a provincial town, other places they visited of South Africa.c .m were extremely Interest- t th. couple were enjoying to the full. As scene after the woman's enthust d. and at length, turn husband, she exclaimed. dy, this is really splendid. jft sit here all my days." Woel, Jennil, woman," ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 January 1912

BY ALBEPR1 T T JE(N MIANTONOMOH Into the governor's own pew of the ,ld Bostc n church, one Sunday in 1632. stalked s. gigantic Indian-causing as much excitement and general commo i:lon as a hawk in a dove cote. From mouth to mouth was whispered the news that the strange visitor was Mi antonomoh, the famous sachem, who, with his uncle, Canonicus, ruled the mighty Narragansett "nation." He had come to Boston on a mission of peace, and was the honored guest )f Governor Winthrop. In fact, all :he authorities put themselves to vast :rouble t, make the visit pleasant for this grim, wise, silent young Indian For it was needful Just then to court the friendship of the Narragansetts Mlantonomoh, being only a savage, believed in all the Puritans' protesta tions of friendship. To his uncorrupt ed Indian mind a pledge of friendship was sacred, and friends should stick together through good and evil for tune alike. A Trust That Was Betrayed. Mlantonomoh, when Canonicus died in 1636, became sole ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR T*ENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS GAZETT E Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish oa Teoms m l Board and Fifth Lois Levee Dtrict. $1. Per An . NEW SERIESVOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY 'JANUARY 12, 1912. NUMBER 2. Irofessional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road Q Oia PLone 12-3; Residence 12-2 SLi.T, IL D. H. S. TIICE, M . B Drs. Lilly and Trice , ierss to Drs. Lilly and Adams Louisiana S*m ..kBuildesaup stairs G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St foeph,. Leuisinaa practce in East Carroll, Mdison, Cameordia and the Suprem and GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST JUW0 I, - LOUISIANA INwJ Ba&ldinsr Plank Road /I IOU  .- - - . .. . . . . . Are You Going to Build m y a t.he ide edw the ast rawMe maedhigsm by u ma srdl bth m ed IM the prew.. To alM .emmis. ly. hil wal. FOR HICH-CRADE, WEIL-ANUFACTUIED ough and Dressed Lumber Flsoria, Ceiig, Copaitie. Roofis S,ýsh, DDm, Bliads, Fm Iteriar Faish, Etc. "e. We sbs da...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

The Tensas Gazette. 3T. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - Etrrom I. Autaun., .. .. I.50 h Ftlll).\AY, .I.%.\I'AItY ".., 91. For State Senator. I hien by ann. iII' ºt3 .-If a- ; it ili date for the S."tat. ,e'-; to~-iI frin the ~ itl k-natorial Di-trit. , pn p,,-.I of tlhe lar ilu fI (of ,ll'cornia anll Tl, l-a-. II ,i,.'t el, I pledge n,,-4 If to taittlffili ,:[ari and relinr e'lit t h, i..-t uiteri--t ,! the derutan hing. t I, 'LINT N. - T: My vIell,,w-( t,/.n- 4.,1 i rr anid T.'isa. M'ari -It" I lhrely aHiti UInc my a-piritin~ top thiE hoinorabll t ,,-iti iir of nlripe -ntini1 this Di-trict in th," ýt:,'" , nat, , - ,Ihiect to the I [liin rartit primary. i";l)\'A\l,I ('. I1lt llIK:-. For Representative. 11' re rt' anthirdT'i, tii annuii "(' ItO)N. i iAM'I.. . W . 1':I'1" a\ as ,an-liditI:t f fur 'e-ele('tifon ti t. IlA w.r Ituei 'if the g jeneral A%,nml ily oif 'h"If Statie if louis Sina, from Tel it" I'arik-h, sntbj-ct to the D[emoliratii' primliarly. Weare anuth ri/APd t t a1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

TO THE PEOPLE OF LOUISIANA: Foster or Ransdell? 1,ROVE ALL MIIeS, HOLD PAST THAT WHICH IS oo00." HON. JOSEPH E. RANSDELL Candidate for Democratic Nomination as United States Senator 1913 Term I Did you ever stop to think of the real constructive work Ransdell t has done, and a doing, for Louisiana? Do you know Ranadell took his seat in the House of Representatives t a *years before Foster entered the United States Senate, and has had r mre legislativw experience at Washington than Foster? As to the value t d eseh as public servants their records are the truest guides. s Do you know Foster was Governor Louisiana for eight years, and t -11 Iyve been in the Senate twelve years when his present term expires .-'m-rty years of the highest offices within the gift of our people? t 't he been paid abundantly for any service he roay have rendered b Sate as Governor, and does his record of inactivity in the Senate t ' lhim to re-election? Do you know Ransdell was Chairman of the Finance Comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

J a " h ,V}ý i 4- 3S''4 - *. j Fnr~"NIP- ý '' r r rrIflv" 4.O 44~ ~ ~7~Z~~ ~Yc AA iAq L IKE ash-burled coals. there am(,fuders withIn the breast of of almost every man a spark of the original fire that animated his savage ancestors of the eaves and the wilds Periodically there occurs in his life moments of in tense longing to escape from the tur moll and trouble of life to the fair, free forest of his dreams. Like a tired child who loves at eventide to climb within the protecting shelter of its mother's lap where it may be soothed and crooned Into dreamy forgetful oeas, the grown-up Is filled with a long ing at times to seek the lap of Mother Nature where he may cuddle down and be calmed by the music of wind swept pines or lulled into blissful ob tUvion by the somniferous tinkling of the rilla. Secure in his chosen retreat he 'ests at ease In the autumn one may be sure the forest stretching from coast to coast along the northern border of the United States and across the line tn our...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

GOOD THINGS =-- FOR NEW YEAR'S DINNER S nace Meat in Packages, Pails and Jars, ns, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange Almonds, Walnuts, Creamnuts,Fresh iakerel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives Stuffed Olives, Dill Pickels, Codfish s, Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, mberger Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 29 SAC'S JEWELRY STORE AT A HOLE IN THE WALL 107 N. Commerce St., Natchez -b showing the largest and most complete stock of Lockets, Chains and Pins of all Kinds IN THE SOUTH uw th Lowest Possible, Quality Considered Store expenses figured to a minimum. Our profits in proportion. watch work and optics a specialty ES AND MULES! e of Tenees Parish will find at our siables a wells ee Mae of HORSES and MULES. A car load just re Patronage of Tenms Parish planters specially solicited. -KAHN MULE CO., STREET. ----= Maxwel Crouch Old Stand. NATCHEZ, MISS. utomobiles! .We are the agents in this district for "E. SM. F." and "Flanders" Automobiles. j U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

WHERE FOREIGNERS IN CHINA ARE CONCENTRATING suade Americans and Europeans In China to seek safety in the treaty ports and in Pekin. The foreign leg. tos n the latter cLty. of wheicnh iew is here given, already are bqoming crowded with refugees. sudeAmrian ad urpensInCin t seksaet i te retyprt ad n ekn.Th fregnles tinstoth aterciy o wic avewisheegien ared ae idmngcrwdd ih efges LOVERS ARE BALKED "Princess Pretty" and Young Marquis Meet Obstacle. Indian Maharajah Will Not Allow l Daughter to Marry Heir of the Duke of Sutherland. London.-The course of true love is not running smooth for the East In-I dian Princess Pretiva. the young daughter of the Maharajah of Cooch Behar, and the young Marquis of Staf ford, betr of the Duke of Sutherland and his millions. Pretiva, whose intimates rightly call her "Princess Pretty." and her mother passed the summer at Bex hill, where Stafford, who is 23 and an amiable youth, was a constant visitor. And small wonder, Ift the charming Princess excels in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

ASTONISHED THE GOOD MAN t he( Might Well Have Cause to Wonder at Contents of Note Delivered to Him. jlt as the minister was about to l I sermon the woman remem that she had let the gas burn ' the range oven. Visions of a dinner and a smoky kitchen jld her in the face. She borrowed .p.dl from the young man in the -.1t pow and scribbled a note. With a lrurd iHurry," she thrust it -L the band of her husband, an ush , who came up the a:sle at that mo sst. He, sith an ind'etandir.g nod, ,.palsssed up the -.isle, and hand M the note to the rt:in;ster. The wom i raw the act in splechiess horror S shbuddered as sie saw the min r smilngly of en the note and be to read, but her expression of w was fully e iualed by the look - p o entent and wrath on the good " 's face as he read the words: "Go is and turn off the igas'" What! Rub a Kiss Off? At the t'nde r age o)f three mascu concelt had gripped that small with a relentless clutch. He had ed a little girl of three, and she up rubbing i er...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 January 1912

Crnrs-- Pension System for Widows a Success the money they were earning, on con --i J EIL ditlon that they attended school regu - E ABLE TO GO' Many sensitive women hesitated to TO SCHOOL - accept this form of charity, and at first there were few applications for such pensions. Last winter, however, a law was passed by the legislature provid KANSAS CITY, MO -Kansas City's ing that the county clerk establish a plan of pensioning widows is at- pension bureau, the pensions to be tracting wide attention. Requests for paid from county funds in such information come to the officers of the amount as the juvenile court found juvenite court every day from cities of necessary. the United States and Canada. There The law provides that a widow may are more than 40 widows on the pen- be paid not to exceed $10 a month for sion roll and the plan is working sat- one child to enable that child to at isfactorily. tend school; if she has more than one It was found soon after the estab- child, not to e...

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