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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE 'TENSAS GAZETE : ete Publishing Company, Ltd Oficial Paper of the Pamrih of Teas Schabl Board ad Fifth Lou i  Leee Disrict. $1. Per Anm. _W SE__IESVOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY `JANUARY 19,, 1912. N 3 -" EW.. SEI-IESVOL. IIXX,. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY 'JANUARY I9, 1912. NUMBER 3. ime m a· - N m - N d l-lp aD•ln• NNINr~mna ~ L mnmi nurr a i n aa Nmi essional Cards L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. physi ian and Surgeon Ofice on Plank Road Pleb. 12-3; Re.idnc 12-2. , LD. t. S. TRICE, M . Lilly and Trice sr s t r Drs. Lilly ad AdaM i SLouisial' G. H. CLINTON ', Attorney-at-Law I St ioseph. Luwiana Ip les, in East Carroll, Madison, Cem.ordia and th. Supreie arnd GORGE N. CLARK t PDENTIST u - n LOUISIANA Nlmel nildin Pleak Rad Jos. Whitaker, M. D. Phyaician and Surgeon ASHWOOD, LA. Phone In Residence. ---  " I I i The Buyers' .IGuide The firms whose names m reper. sented in our advertising columns are worthy of the confidence of every person in the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

NEW NEWS of YESTERDAY ý ] By E. J. EDWARDS 1 Grant In His Last Illness On Receiving IJs First Month's Pay as General cn Retired List He Prorlptly Distributed the Sum Among His Servants. The Iest official act of President Ar thur was the sit.;ing of the bill on March 4 lSt5, by which General Grant was restored to 'he retired list of the regular army with the rank Jf general and with full pay. This made it pos sible for General Grant, then in his last illnrss, to rely upon an income of about $10,000 a year. and that was all the incon;e he could look forward to with assurance, for at that time there was no certainty that he would bc able to finish his personal memoirs for pub lication. About a month later General Grant suffered from the first of several severe relapses, each one of which, it was feared, would terminate his life. He was prostrated by the agonizing pain, and though by sheer force of will he maintained outwardly a won derful mental composure and moral courage, those about...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

$" yl112 y mrA1aTe QUAT rwUI-$ ýniiter moomr r?4# WfIar SYNOPSIS. 01 s gtory opens with a scr,.am from a March In th.;opera box of Mrs. r a wealthy widow. It Is oc when Mrs Itssloner'e necklace Cl scattertlg the diamonds all over rot. Curtis (;'i wold and Bruxton soeiety men in love with Mrs. Mis- It bather up the getna. Griswold Swhat Is subpposed to be the c-le iasharanee an,. crushes it. A Hin- tI dclares It vas nit the gelulne. An later pronoun es all the stones and Carsor Investlgate. They t t the theft of the original gems esoomtpished yv sonme ore In the 5 Mi s Elinor '.oltomb. onfldential ~ on of Mrs. Missionet. Is sus E` One of the missing d'amonis is d | ls her room Mrs MIssIoner pro that Ellnor is nn'efnt, but she is to prison r:Meantimne., i an up- 1 lassion, two itlndO.os, who are in to recover he Maharanee. die the arrest. tec,.etive Brtg.z takes up tI i. He evident y believes Elinor in t and asks the co-opera Jon of Dr. Fitch. her fiance. In running V the real crimln:...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. EIJOCII IP1'I4 lI IKAIIY djj" El FRIIDAY, J.ANI .\l' Y 1:, 912. th -to th For State Senator. fa I here'iy annu wli, I y-elfIf -.t (.andi tlate for the Mat i . 4 ' n 't i rln "ts " 'e 1 Pr l-enatorial I)i-tri't. r , ,- ,,f the Par- t, i jh of ('on ',,rlia il ' , ' ,. If t t 1, I phr d..4L C t -";t t, !al int ll < gaard and rli.re.-nt the 14 t 4 nt'ir- ,f the tli ophtle ti he l-t of Imy haitli3 andl i- hi il ertanrling. i I ;. .11, ILl \TN.l 'IT M.ly 'I,. . I('I I otf '. lnc rdia an] ri T I' l iv .i" il ' ' v' Il" 'y anpi; t onlI to c he hl -.rlmn lll 1. - " ti,'n of ritdir-'eIi tl g hin Di -trii. in thli 't , tate -seat-e, uhiject al to thie Ia'eiiwrtii primary. EIWAIltI) C. I< lli41)Di w For Representative. We are aailuthorizdl ano ll0inlic , I IoN. FAM'I.. W. M.AIRTltlN as. calaidate for ir re-ellction to tthe I.;o.r lloull of the fi Gieneral A-ann)ily of the State of l.iis- t , ilna, ironii Tenpa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

GOOD THINGS - .. FOR iiiW YEAR'S DINNER SJnce Meat in Packages, Palls and Jars, -ains, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange pis, Almonds, WainutsCreamnuts,Fresh ci~erel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives Stuffed Olives, Dill Plckels, Codfish es Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, r Cheese,, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. - PHONE No. 2Z SES AND MULES! ple of Tenss Parish will find at our stables a well se mae of ItORSES mid MULES. Aecar load just re ' Mnd. Patroage of Tenmss Parish planters specially solicited. KAHN MULE CO., SrTeer. M-, M-t Creach Old Stad. NATCHEZ, MISS. 'utomobiles! 'We are the agents in this district for "B. - . F." and "Flanders" Automobiles. * Prompt deliveries are guaranteed. E. s P W 4 ~ldr TW91ur1.4y Uabe sos G usm e. $ = G dot literature explaining these cars or if you are ei mplating buying, come to Natches and we - .a a demonstration that will be convincing. psire to establish an agency In St. Joseph. cultural Implea.msats (of Every Descr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

IWORLD'S AMOS POLICE MYSTERI TRUE RECORDS OF EXTRAORDINARY CASES IN ANNALS OF CRIME The Case of Madame La arge L --y H. M. R I (Copyriht, by W. G. Chapman WO very similar poison- I log mysteries have at different times engross ed the interest of the c civilized world. One was I the case of Mrs. May brick, whom nearly all readers will recall; she t was opnvicted of poison ing her husband In the early nineties, and serv- t ed a term of 15 years' imprisonment in an English jail, while thousands of her American compatri ots continued ceaselessly to insist upon her Innocence. The other case was that of a Frenchwoman. Mme. La large. It was almost identical in every way. Each woman was young and of good family; each found sympathizers throughout the period of her imprison ment: in each case extraordinary ani mosity before the trial was charged to partisanship afterward; and In each instance the death sentence was communted. Marie Fortune Capelle waa the daughter of a French colonel, one ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

COUNTED THE GIRLS Akewer to Question Typical Slife in the Countries of the Orient. :g punkah flopped and flagged the columns. as we sat and ).em Sahib, who was born in aus a:,,i Georgian and Cir dignitaries. and so had a hap wj with Oriental rlinces, took tie by sudder.ly asking the good -gsceohow n any orth.-rs be las highness looked at her with little smile, half tolerant, " s Ied, and began. wit.: great Sof seriousness, to count them on I~msrs, first of the right hand, : of the left; after going, once or reanld, he hbteid, star ed again. M epped and sail: 1[pl afraid I roust ask fmy secrte pr~etary replied, with dignity: lr highness had a hurldred and |a brothers!" Sahib, not a whit abashed, then lis good Oriental nobleman g his sisters. clled very charmingly, saying: > afraid I 1o not know; we sinmted them'--(harles John the Atlantic Monthly. IN DIXIE IT DIXIE PEOPLE SI AILMENTS of DIXIE and i .bsere. For Headaches. Sour , C(onstipation, Biliousness Bond's Liver Pill. Keep ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 January 1912

HEADQUARTERS OF RUSSIANS IN PERSIA RESHT, the city from which 4,000 Russlaus marched on Teheran to demand the dismissal of Treasurer-General Shuster, is the capital of the Persian province of Ghilan and is sixta.ea miles from Enseli, on the Caspian sa. FINDS BABY WAW' Daughter of New York Banker Discovers Bundle on Steps. Child Thought Crles Were Those of a Kitten - l Anxious to Claim Ownership of Orphan De soerted by Mother. New York.-Bright and early one morniag little Rosemary Hollister, the eight year-old daughter of Oeorge T. Hollister. banker, 107 East Sixty ninth street, raced breathlessly down stairs to the telephone and called up Bellevue hospital. She could hardly wait for the eon nection to be made, and then. with an eager catch in her voite, asked: "How is my baby today?" Delight radiated over her features as she heard that the baby had slept soundly in the infants' ward. "Thank you; I'm so glad," said lit. tie Rosemary. "You will be sure to take good care of her." she i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS GAZETE GzeSOtte Publishing onpany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tesas Scho 2-Board and Fith Luim eitict. $.5 Per Anm. SNEW SER"ESVOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY 'JANUARY 26, 1912. NUMBER 4. rdessional Cards . L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. pysician and Surgeon U Office on Plank Road Pheme 12-3; Residence 12-2 ULI, . D. H.S. TRICE, M D. . Lilly and Trice ansto Drs. Lilly sad Adams Louisiana 1G. H. CLINTON :; Attorney-at-Law st loeep, Louisiana in East Carroll, Madison, Caecordia and the Supreme and GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST 'tNwaU Building. Plank Road Are You Going to Build I , th idea eadr the me faora.e e.anitieme by seh s .ab th .b rqurd for ther rpms. To Mail ecemeicamly, Ml wl. FOR HIGH-GRADE, WEL-UMANIIUFACTURIED Rough and Dressed Lumber I1~gIs, Flooring, Ceiling, Composition Roofings, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Fine Interior Finish, Etc. <ln us. We 'ek a peei.lty eof Lea Leaf Telew Pe ridg Fleelrg. iway"s ed a price and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

IN Tni LAND or LoT S- ATERS T Is not so many years ago --that tourists did not find much inducement to make a prolonged stay In the French Protectorate of TunlEia, the new fang led name for that ancient promon:tory of North Af rica, which once knew the glory of Carthage and c: Rome, its chief city now being "Tunis the White," so white that it is ca'led "The Burnous of the Prophet;" for a new Carthage, another Gibraltar, was in process of formation At lizerta, on the very site of an ancient Phoenician colony, where Agathocles b;ilt a harbor twen ty-two cet.turies before the French. seizing Tunis with a high hand, set to work to transform it into a great na val station. Strangers--and in those pre-Ed-aariian da)H English strangers especially--were not welcome at Bi zerta; but the old order has changed, giving place to new. Much ti at was picturesque, at Bi aerta, at Tunis, and elsewhere, has been wiped out; towns have been gird ed with noat French streets and wide bouleva:rds-wherever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

C) ::~7~Žbooooooooao ýº'Ci1 s7 SYNOPSIS. a - - t I h storY opens with a scream from 3th March int ti. or.era box of Mrs. I oner, a ealt ly wiloW.I It is oc e( when Mrs MI-i·l 'i.rrs nerlace t s Icart-rlng hel m:, ends al! over oor (',rts (;r-.wh .toni 1iruxton lo ety r,~en n !l,ve with Mrs. Mis er gather up th" gernst . ;riswld Or. whit s pi1sl to be the cele Md ?aharar .e bn-I crushes It A liln decares it was no' ti- 4ieninie. An 0 later pron ,Lnces all the stones itutet for the ,riginal I, tectivete oily and arson ivn.rtiKtlte They e that the th t of the rriginal gems t ýaccotpl: -d }v sorme one in the I Miss E inor lron mb confidential jlon of Mrs Mission er, is sus One of th, missing diamonds is d In her room Mrs Missioner pro that E'!nor ' Itnrr,c. nt. but she is I to prison Meantlime. n an up n anionn two ITfndoos, who are In ,ato r, cover the .Maharan.e. dl- I the arrest. D,-tective B-itz takes up cas He evide ntly believes Elinor In t and asks tte eo-oprration of Dr. j "w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GII.EN. - EDIroR. I 1'. i:il \V..I1\\I.' ; I1 . S-,- , ,,e a (;a- . y that Iii ( ' .4 I t It t I \Iti , L :1 .1, hill "1 . 1' \. . .. . l .l' 1 t :: .lI - 11' 4i4 ' r , . ..'.1' 'l -I 'i l ,', , , ,,I el,, ..Iu t r I, ,.- ie - , ,, I tlll I. q. 1.. n 111 t , ,, . . ', , , l i t'h - t , ' i ' 1 1 1 t 1 " iii 6 t ese - " .lil ll , trli - . t i-i--i-il,,i Valley ,i h, el i-ta h . 1 itin - S, I i .t li, I ill pro. ve 1, u, -,'l il , f the inter i I i \. V al l- ,1 , i f t h a t S' ý o:" , 4 ,. Ilhtall lit i ' I A' I:D. In ~ ate at t . . I I'lintonl to thi ,, , :,1 , :_ t lh ) ,tis ti .11 '. 4 i . ' , I 1 ii- ' -l r 1t' ithat ill 1111i. I '" !i ', (' t' e n lilt-' low er b ,' th " ,I' A- , ly wii prove of v; hi,- I l - : n tlle Itinore exalt elli -.i 1" , , t ! I.,' , II -4 1, iii' t 4" - pi·i , I ,l' t 1", I 4 ' ,i , 1' ti t '\ , la in t ei e hal a l . ; II, , .~ 1 f;1, . I:il i, illy per fl.rnilli, hiI l'. Iit ii ',il+ild w u'a titiig. I" " v' ' Il i "-...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

GOOD THINGS FOR NEW YEAR'S DINNER Mince Meat in Packages, Pails and Jars, Raisins, Currents, Citron, Candid Orange Peals, Almonds, Walnuts, Creamnuts,Presh Mackerel, Cranberries, Peanut Butter,Olives and Stuffed Olives, Dill Pickels, Codfish Flakes, Swiss Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, Limberger Cheese, [Prunes,'Figs, Evaporat ed Peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 29 HORSES AND MULES! The ple of Tensas Parish will find at our stables a well se line of HORSES and MULES. Al car load just re ceived. Patronage of Tenses Parish planters specially solicited. MIAX KAHN MULE CO., IUANKLIN STREET. - --- Maxwell A Cruch Old Stand. NATCHEZ, MISS. Automobiles! We are the agents in this district for "E. M. F." and "Flanders" Automobiles. U Prompt deliveries are guaranteed. M i F. 3 30 Horse"Power, 4 Cyaer, s Ps - e $1 Ier Toarist Car, Magaeto Oa Laps and Tsue nor lacded of corse. -j. t" 20 HorePower, 4 Cylder Tourabot, 700 Magsat, Gas Lamps, Oeermor so d - U Tub HNorn landed o Cornse. -:- :...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America _I Matters v Especial Moment to the Progressive Agricultrist Smile alth people. not at thtem. Social'zt, farm lite by being so 'lal. The rote of cheer never goes to protest Life 1., and it is well worth living well. No matter what yesterday was, to morrow is a fine day! A bee hasn't much to say, but he usuaiy carries his point. Happiness may be made a condi tion, ani not merely an ideal. Larger profits will bring larger yields. Bring on your profits' Waste of effort makes a good share of the grouchiness in this world. "Big head" is a bad disease, but it's not nearly so bad as "little head. The far:ner who lost his hall-bushel measure was in more than a peck of trouble. The rich are known by their dol lars, but the humble onion Is known by its scent. "Never put a mortgage on the farm," is the slogan contained in an old New England song. "It's only ten cents," but ten cents wasted now is two loaves of bread less In old age. The f...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

A HEALTHY, PgPY OLD AGE gy be promoted by those who c alane the system, now and 'wbe~in need of a laxative Sby taking a desertdspoonful 0 ever refreshing, wholesome t ay benefcial Syrup of Figs Eir of Senna, which is the ly laxative generally ap by the most eminent phy- h, Sbecause it actsin a natural, tt e g way and warms and , the internal organs without D >,ktgnthem. It is equally bene rL the very young and themid agged, as itis always efficient and . V( lln lharmful ingredients. To SbI'enfcial effects it is always u'y to buy the genuine, bear- I aensame of the Company * Fig Syrup Co.-pl*iny al n the front o every paae. le _FýREE 7V1,1VT 01 ° SAMPLE or" " I y i sc a we ldtler1 I 't I hU cl Ta VAn c h .prlve ed. re tdr tad 11t of N4d. p Al IllrIpRL/ T (ORPe 1ClHORl. sA. It -S O'S Is T/ NALME orT4 SEST MEDICINE COUCHS G COLDS ---- - a wjlED IN DIFFERENT WAYS dsary Man on the Street $ome. whet Puzzled by Seeming Busi ness Contradictions. We Is full of contradlctions." *bt Ins...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 January 1912

"TAMA JIM" AND HIS CON.RAISiNG BOYS HE champion boy corn-raisers from various states, educated in s:lentifice methods by the department oi agriculture visited Washington the other day as the guests of the department and were given diplomas by Scretury Wilson. DYE DELAYED GIU' Paris Banker Refuses Chicagoan Present Because of Hair. Mrs. Robert M. Arnold Darkens 8Sil ver Locks and Has Difficulty In Identifying Self for Agent. Paris.-A moral pointed and a tale adorned by the experience of a young and beautiful Chicago matron is "don't cet silver streaks in your rav en locks colored to their former hue the moment you arrive In Paris." The young woman whose tresses have brought her a queer quarter of an hou* and then to Olympic laughter Is Mrs. Robert M. Arnold, well known among the upper society set and phil anthropical circles of Chicago. Be-I fore her marriage with a son of the late Bishop Arnold of Detroit. she was Miss Margaret Rose Rohilly, daugh ter of one of the test known men in...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teau Scaool Board and Fifth Leii Levee Diric. $1.50 Per Am . NEW SERIES]VOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPII, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. NUMBER 5. -. . . . - . . . .. . . .. . . I II I.. . . . . . . . . Professional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road O{ise Phone 12-3; Residence 12-2 I. j CuuT, M. D. H. S. TRICE, M S. Dnrs. Lilly and Trice Sf i asrs to DrsL Lilly and Ada igol~P Ieph, - Louisiana ice Bank Baulpig, q stairs SC. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St loseph, Louisiana praectice in East Carroll, Madison, Coucordia and the Supreme and c..rt. I. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST t JOI PH. - - LOUISIANA In Newal Building, Plank Road I . Are You Going to Build I ay set the idea md the msee farable caditiers by aing as ed the lor ruired for the prpoe. To kald ecemmicaly, bad wed. FOR HIGH-GRADE, WELL-MANUFACTURED Rough and Dressed Lumber ...

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

NEW NEWS of YESTERDAY IBy E. J. EDWARDS ý I First Standard Oil Probe New York Sun's Inquiries In 1E78 tl Were Met With Courtesy but f Silence, but the Information L' Was Obtained Elsewhere. In the early fall of tFS8 I was sent a for by the I te ('hares A l)Ytna, tdil totr of thei N % York Sun, and when I answere(' the summ)ns I finid iL!m reading t a c.ra:nunic-ation from a (ir respolndcnt in Pe-nns::lvania The et ter  ;as vety brief; it sirgg-s ed to Mr Dana that he cause an invriisga- I tion to I. t tde Into the history tnd imethod. of he Standard Oil co,,n Iwty of Clevrilanr . 0., a hich about that time had cr me to be looked upon as a trust, by the oil world especially s As he handed me this letter tMr Dana saId: "You go out there and make al investigation: make It thor a ough no mrtter how long it takes" I first swent to tie oil regions of western Pennsylvania and was there a about three weeks The oil producers gave me every facility for gettingr such Information as was to be...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

-4D~tYAwm~pB17 ý ttiI4///YNFAý . PCfdACrDWWtdY SYNOPSIS. e sntory oper s with a scream from _hy March n the opera box of Mrs. nr, a we: lthy wildow It is oc oOed when tMrs Mlnssiner's necklace u scatterinl: t:e' diaminonds all over 0 o1 r d 'r - : at rl; wo,i and Itruxton ads esociety n In love with Mrs Mis g, ather LuI the g.ns. rls old l n whhat Is Supll" sad to be the cele td Maharanle" arol rshes it A Hin Sdeclares it ws nt thl gen nIne. An later p!onno nmi.(' all the stones  tutes fo r i , r ginal. ,)-tectlves enfly and Carsor invr\stlgat-. They ride that the tI eft of tho original gems Ssecorpllshre, by Mom t one in the p MIss Eltn r IIo,' , th, con fidential I paalon of Mrs. MMs'oner, Is sus (t- One cft he mi-irg diamonds Is toI her ro n .Mr, Missioner pro j that E!hr Ior ivInn'lo nt, but she is am to prison. Meantlime. in an up Mansion. tv o I (ndor ) . who are In ica to re o\tr IhIe Mah:ranie. dis I the arrest ')tectl\ve BrHtz takes up li, He cvidently bell eves Elin...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

The Tensas (azette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. co ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITrroR. SUuSCI P'ION V EARLYV s : FiII)AY, FEBIRfARY 2, 1912. Sai buil J. V. SANDERS. on dol The election is over. Judge Hall, he a Demnocrat, is elected Governor, and the Gazette, a I)emnocratic news paper, publishedlc in a I)emocratic d palr sh, che(erfully ]ows to the will of the people aid will give to the nere' State adminiistration its cordial ittl surlport, so long as that support is th meritcd. Above all things the Ga zet/ dcep-tcates, and shall always deprecate, division and factional ism withir the party and so long I as successful candidates in the I)em ocratic primaries shall lay fair el claims to the name of Democrats SI the (Gazette will extend to them hearty support, notwithstanding the T fact that it may have espoused the G cause of the defeated candidate. It is perfectly consistent with this dtclarationi of policy and principles i to say that the Gazette must protest against the nomination of Robert ...

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