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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

GOOD THINGS 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, Limberger Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Evaporat ed Peaches, Dates. BAKER & SON. PHONE No. 29 Prc uips radstb Elatii Ceamittn C St. Joseph, La., Jan. 27th, 1912. Pouant to adjournment of the meet ing of the 9th inst., the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee of the Parish of Ten Ms mnt at the Court House in St. Joseph, 1 La., this day. 2 There were present: W. M. Davidson, CI. C. Goldman (proxy), D. F. Miller 4 (proxy) Louis Buckner (proxy), R. W. Newell (proxy), R. Y. Newell (proxy), 7 Joe. Caurry, R. B. Lynch (proxy), A. E. i Green and John Hughes. The returns as tabulated by the Chair man cf this Committee were received and accepted, said tabulation showing the following vote cast in the primary elec tion held ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

-CI USE OF SANITARY MILK PAIL Much Easier to Produce Pure Milk by Keeping Dirt Out Than to Clean It Afterwards. -- I Only those farmers who either fail to profit by the lessons taught in pro ducing sanitary milk, or who have never learned such lessons, continue t to milk It the old-fashioned open pa;l, into which falls filth from the cows' flanks an which allows the milk to absorb all the odors that surround it. By the use of sanitary rmlik palls dirt can be kept out of the milk. and that is the main thing. It is much easier to produce pure milk by keep ing the d rt out of it than to attempt to take t out after it has once fallen in. But the, sanitary milk pall alone will not give us clean milk. The cows must be thoroughly brushed every C Sanitary Milk Pail in Two Parts- - the top removable with provision for c fastening oheese-oloth strainer. The c milking aperture not over six inches c in diameter. day, and their udders washed and t dried juIst before milking. The milk- t nag must...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

FREE I wens every perse who is bhi s, comastl pated or ha any stone ach or liver ailment to send for a free package of my Pow Paw Pill. I wan: to prove that they p oitively elrti I ditention, SBor Stm a~c, Belehing, Wind, Headache, Nervono onees, leepleseneseasnd are an Inf llibio cre forCotlulpatlion. Todo to ~ ive milli..ns 6f free pack the risk. sold by draggiste a vitL For free package addreas, a3ii a 5 oVrsos sb.. Pblldents.Pa. Frhmer's Son's eat Opportunity Swealt for the old farm to bcome yUarlunrltanee? Begtneow to prepare for your future ene reat A ppor tunlVy awalt 7,u ln Macthba haskatelie n or All.rtas wher" Fo ealn nMerrea reel tom. stced or bur landatege soinable price. hew'itbseTimes .Et a year from now, or. 1ie profli m e .inn a etesdy ,advane Is Stbhe number o, aetUle nWetyrn Caida Irom Ir imn 110 t/ua th o tioetr eae out of the p tinof loe s  pnro-e tlm ofn*1910 meateat I eereton at S.OPa Thatre. 3, s rt day, an in con go gusts had to sta.y ldoors. 9aby hapd ns...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 February 1912

MAY DEPORT BOY Youth Arrested as Stowaway In volves Four Nations. Immigrant Officials at Now York Find Perplexing Problems in the Caae of an American High School Lad. New York--Higher education and travel in the case of Samuel Goulden. a stowaway on the Prins Sigismund, have given the immigration authorities some perplexing problems to solve in which four big nations are nlater esated. They don't quite know whether Goulden. an 18-year-old high school graduatS, must be sent back to Jamai ca, it British colony, or to Russia, or whether he has a right to remain bhere. The boy Insists that his father and mother came to this country from Rus sia when he was six years old and that his father became a naturalized citien. The boy was graduated from the high school of Thomas, W. Va., where he Hays a search of the records will show that his father became a cit isen, thus making him also a citizen of the United States. Goulden's troubles came about thrcugh the fact that his parents dis agreed ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS GAZETTE e Puishi Co puy, Ltd. Official Ppe of the Parih of Tmas Schel Beard ad Fifth l im L veem Di sid. i;NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912. NUMBER 6. . ... - l .. . a* • rma*n - i N - a i . I a . . i am i . . . i .m . . a a mu. a ." o I I l-·i i.n ... im i . a.. H. iN i . NN.I l. ND N i n i 1lIm essional Cards L. A. Murdock Sr. JOSEPH, LA. n and Surgeon e .n a Plank Road sbom 12-3; Reidsnmce 12.2 M.D. . S. TRlCEt . lilly and Trice ID Dr. Lilly a-d Adam. - Loukisea H. CLINTON lt.rney-at- Law Is East Ca rold, Medisa., and th., Supreme and UORGE N. jLARK DENTIS~r L- MIEUSIANA (mwd 3midi- IlaJRnd You Going to Build iet do m Ws de Ie mho fahra.dImtionsby i i is as shme ast thembe mbed fay tr pm. T. build ..emm.cail. , build weL FOR IIGI-CRADI, WELL-UANUFACTURED h and Dressed Lumber Flring, Ceihsg, CCeompiti Roofing, Sas, Doors, Biads, Flee Iterior Finmih, Etc. Wemb a p hc spe tl of Leo Lef Yew P.i f4drg Flo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

LIVE SOCK BEEED!NG CRATE FOR SWINE Excellent for Use Where it is Desired To Mate Animals of Differ ent Sizes. In response to a query for Informa don regarding a breeding crate for hols the Wallaces' Farmer makes the fol owing reply: Thbe accompanying cut gives a gen eral Idea of the construction of a breeding crate. It is simply a crate. strongly but lightly made of two-by fours or one-by-fours, about six feet In length, two feet four inches wide, ant three feet high The crate should be closed in front but open behind. A bar may be pushed through the boles behind and adjusted according Breeding Crate. to the size of the sows The object of it breeding crate is to mate animals 'of different sizes. For small. short legged boars it is best to arrange a platform to stand on behind The time to begin breeding for l spring pigs varies according to the 4 cUlaste, the shelter facilities, the time at which the pigs are generally i marketed. and the number of litters which It desired to raise a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

am.1Aflynl' C M PB'A"" •-GIL aggy ygy; gap tae0 lIB~Y CI il i awan R m l II •• SYNOPSIS. ry opens with a scream from i y March In the opn-a box of Mrs. a weahtlv wul.ow. It is oc when Mrs. MIissi.ner's necalace spattering the diamonds all over Io'. Curtis Criswokl and Br ixton ascety men In love with Mrs. MIs. rather up the ginms. Orl iwold eo what is supposed to be the cceele Maharanee arl ,rur.,hes It. A IIln rem it was not the genuine An later pronornes 0 ll the itones for the origin.l. One ( the r diamonds Is found In the room Holr omh, confidential cornpan f Mrs. Mihslr'ner. Flt is arres"ted. nding lirs. M aesoner's belief Snlnocence. Meant.me. in an up jaaddon, two I;ndr os. who are in " to recover the :daharanee, dis arrest. i)etecti,'es Brits takes I ease. He asks the co-operation of t a, Elinor's flanoe. in ruinning the real crimnal. I;rit learns that of Mrs. Missi ner's diamonds f isde in Parts on the order of Holcomb. While walking Brits Is bound and gagged by Hindoos....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

The Tensas Gazette. ----- Tha ST. JOSEPH, - LA. ABWER E. GREEN, - Erro ron whert SVU CMRI"PTIUI heALVn In Advase. 1 , Th was 1 FRIDAY, FEBIH ARY 9, 1912. SePms An evidence (f h, l people appreciate Flit. the action of 1 reaidlnt B. F. Biidh, of the Missouri PaRitic-Iron Miuntain, in De aboli-hing the rnl taps- thlat existed ilt the the Claim ])epar melt, is shown by an an e incident just rp'l rtel from Kantas. A as a ]limlter c,,nhpany in that state reeived whiC a car-load of 1 mliuwr and pail freight on certa the m,asis of the weiczlt as sh,)wni by the endn invoice. They u ialed the car and re- tical weighed the lriu tier and found that it drw weighed consilterably mir than claimnl liar in the invoice. rlhennuloi they returned to the Missoti Pacific (,mnpany $11.10, mier the amount of f ight which should have been charged ill addition to what was.very In making thb return tiey stated "The tat Comnpany is tlvating us aeol)utly squ r T on all our cla m,, and has given its local ng re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

Set Ready for Spring! YOU CAN BUY HERE Cellars and Pads Wrenches gamces Files rces Cross-Cut Saws Smgle & Double Trees Axes l eads SpadesHatchets les Spades .Bck Bands Shovels ~Crry Combs Rakes goes Hay Forks pgw Line Carriage Bolts pew Points Fencing plow Bolts Well Pipe iu Engine Batteries Well Points tp Links Pumps A i A stock (d Shelf Hardware for the builder, the farmer, the r. We guarantee our prices to be as low as the qulity permits. We give yor LOW PRICES, FULL W EIGT, 5 TREATMENT sad solcit a generous share of your pet are ready to supp you with FRESH OARDEN SEED, SEED BAKERS ad NION .& ON BAKER & SON. INTITY STUlES Ppla the PubIe Schools Ar h r al the Oradea ,Abef* the Third Orade. is a reespltution of the results dily reoitatiois and tests of the 1 of the sbool of Tenses Parish for month, enDing January 26th, s publishinl this emnus I feel wl prove a promoter of better .e part of the pupil and at the glee the patrons and the pub- J is of the eff-te being put ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

LAW'S INJUSTICE MADE PLAIN Farmer's Grievance Was That Story Once Accepted Should Not Remain Good. A stor" is being told at the expense of an old English farmer who was recently called upon to explain why he had filled to take out a licerse for a favorit.i fox terrier dog. "'E s nob but a pt ppy." the defendant remark ed, In rsponse to a question as to the animal's age. "Yes. yes' S.o you say. Bu how oh is he?"' "Oh, weel. I couldn' tell to a bit," was the reply. "I never was much good at remember Ing dater, but 'e's nobbut a puppy." On the ether hand, it was malntained that the animal In question was a very, very old-fashioned puppy, and the magistrate inflicted the usual fine. Shortly ;.fterward the farmer was met by a frit nd who wanted to know how he had 'ared at the police courr. "Nobbut middlin'," was the reply. "Did ther fine ycu?" "Yes," respondl ed the iictim; "nr' 'ang me if I can understa ad it! Last year an' the year afore thast I told the same tale about the sam dog, a ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

rsapar Illa directly an"l peculiarly blood; purif es, enriches revitalizes it, and in this bilds up the whole sys Take it. Get it today. liqu d fort1 or chocolate coated ed Srsatabe. ED LIMIT OF TORTURE .ason Why Bur!lar Gave Even papers Chance ' o Use Effeo tive Headi ne. Ir.glar broke Into a New York early the oth ir morning and hlmself after a andering about in the music room. Hearing approaching, he took refuge a screen. Fro n eight to nine t daughter had a singing les pron nine to ten the second took a plan, lesson. From 1 the eldest son got his instruc p the violin. lroam 11 to 12 the boy got a leseon on the flute lo. Then, at 12:15, the tam together and practiced music their instrumetlts. They were up for a concert. At 12:45 the ber staggered from behind . "For hea ren's sake, s-nd *e police!" he shrieked. " or no longer!" .tnd in the evtn ,iwer there was the headline: SChildren Calture Desperate .e A Golf 8lory. 's another sto 7 of a man who bell at the Fates of Paradise k ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 February 1912

PICTURE IN CAPITOL SLASHED BY VANDAl /1) W, -r- - T i recent slashing of the large paintih of Perry's victory on Lake Erie the first act of vandalism com n Itted It the capitol at Washington for many years. In the photograph tU cut made may be seen near the lowe: left hand corner. The painting is the largest in the capitol and hangs at the grand landing of the east stainase in the senate wing. FREE DIVORCE HERE Severance of Marriage Ties in Nirway Easy to Procure. New .aw Ie a Blessing-Its Enact ment Has Not Been Followed by a Rush of the Dissatisfied to Courts. Lon lon.-Norway has now solved the cl vore evil, a correspondent writes. At least so declares Fru Ella Raker. one of the leaders of the Nor wegias women's movement and a sis ter-in- w of Herr Johann Castberg. miniater of justice In the last Nor wegia cabinet. Herr Castberg framed the law of 1910. which is believed to have accomplished the miracle. Pru AnkeL has come to England to tell the Englit hwomen of the success of her ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

CAP-A-CO D FOR TYEN  P THE ENSAS _ EGAZF F.''ý . -' of_ 1 P e , .u , ?:.....m. .- . W r u i . . . -- . ..., , . . ,.NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1912N ·· : •;":n-l~ ..t ST;JSEH LA. , 6 9, UM E - i~e' i I i t i• IIn• mllI it • ilI ~ i  Hi I Iniilll I n leIIiN 'a D I• Il I mill n f I il m n N i i al l inllln ll i li li ilil INih I s i!• N alBIIiN IIziI - essional Cards .L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. f? sician and Szrgeom COfia a Plank Road SPh.. 1-3A Resid e, 12 Lilly and Trice C. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St leseat, Leuidama pIr. a. b Ease Carrll, Mdsea, Cod k .s and the Spreem ad GEORGE N. CLARK 4 DENTIST N. LCouSANA Smadir Pleaku Read 4 ,: m You Going to Buil oM w d idm...ad. o a...s kb..r.y... ssuBhwr - Bu so . r .d I.a bi... To hull cmi idd, FOgi UGUC aWI.AmUWFACMTUrI h and Dressed Lumber Fl.. er,., cmi.n..nlhR· s, 1..a, 4 1 0 n 7uda s y ls lo T.ea Ph. h"ew ekring. Ahiwslwr q W - gal. sd O faieh WMere plhsi yea uI. A. ENOCHS, The'Lumberan NA...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

t CIVIL WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK t January 21 1862. c The Uni m reconnolsance in force by General McClernand in the direc tion of Co!umbus. Kentucky, return ed to Cairn. The expedition, consist Ing of neally five thousand men, left t Cairo ten (:aye ago and penetrated to a point w thin a mile and a half of the Confed erate defenses about Co lumbus. The Confederates, seeing the enemy in such force, expected and prepared or an attack. The Union force withdrew, after ascertaining the position, extent and strength of the Confederate defenses. The expedition resulted 'n the acquisition of valua ble information concerning roads that were not marked on the maps in the possessio: of the Federal officers, as well as a knowledge of the Confeder ate position Adjutal.t4-eneral Harding reported the num er of citizens of Missouri that had enlisted In the Union army for three years at 33,882. Ieuter.ant Ammen, commanding the United States gunboat Seneca. re ported to Commodore Dupont that th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

.:jrý·ý)a"'rw/v)F/Ar, A5~vra("AWwm SYNOPSIS. : s str,rv ; ,sr ' n th a scream fromn y 11ar , 1", ,1' I ,op ra box of Mrs ler A widow. It in or hed wh. n Mr i 1: M .roner'e n-"" klace ky t- C ' er r, t.- 'li;nm oudls all i' i-r o door C" s t nrt ,old and lIruxton , oc '- " iiV It: le with Mrs Mit gI la , r pIt l t e gatns. (;ri ,oldh on aV 1,t s tripr ,s- i to be the rl 1 Maharni " ':,1 ,'rnshes It. A Hin dscares t w:ti n t the genuine An llt latr pr, n i. 'n 1 s all the ston s tots f,-,r ti . nrliginal. One of the dsininirIis ts found in the room El air tFui mt,. confidential compan of Mrs. !issioner. Shke is arr'ste.t tandilng Mrs. MisstonPer's b)lif inn"cnce. M.-antime, in an up mansion, two Hlndoos. who Pre in a to recosrr the Maharanee. dis the arrest. Detectives Itritz takes case. Hie asks the co-operaitlon of ltch. F.llncr's fiance. In running the real crtiminal. Brits learns that es of Mrs. Mlsslon r's danmonds loade in Paris on the ords r of Holormb Wh!le walking Brttz i...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

Th Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. __--- . .- - - _- - .. . da ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrroL Cal SVECILPTIOIN YARLV a5n FRIDAY, FEBRI'AIIY 16, 1912. M THE NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN. O The Ill,. Robert Ewing, propri etor of the Daily Stat~e and leader or "''lss'" of the Tenth Ward of ,e, Orleans parish, has announced his is desire to succeed himself as a mem- ine her of the National I)Democratic Comin mittee from Louisiana. The Gazette is opposed to Mr. Of Ewing's candidacy. We regard the re result of the recent primary as ex- tu pressive of the will of the people of al Louisiana and cheerfully bow to e that will, although the result of that , election was the defeat of the can- tt didate for United States Senator tc whose cause we warmly espoused bi and the candidate for Governor whom the Gazette also supported. tl But why should Mr. Ewing get a the endorsement of the reform ele- r ment in the party which so recent ly signally defeated John T. Michel? The chief cause, if not the onl...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

Get Ready for Spng! YOLf CAN BUY HERE Collars and Pads Wrenches Hames Piles Traces Cross-Cut Saws S=' Single & Double Trees Axes Bulk Heads Hatchets Bridles Spades Back Bands Shovels Curry Combs Rakes Hoes Hay Forks r Plow Line Carriage Bolts Plow Points Fencing Plow Bolts , Well Pipe :: as Engine Batteries Well Points Lap Links Pumps A hM stock of SheR Hardwars for the bldser, the farmer, the hsme-keeper. We psarate our prle.s to e am low am the qua a the goods permits. We gife you LOW PRIICE, PULL WEIGHT, JOURTEOUS TREATMENT aM d old a sgemers share of your pt Sare ready tos with FRESH OARDEIAEED, 5EER POTATOES sd ONm sS BAKER & SON. TE TALLUI THu?.nr The following account of the ter Adb le tragedy enacted at Tallulah on 'Iýt Tuesday night, when the young i ti ;maKey Oats, was asusainated and u bbed, is taken from the Monroe p r-Star, where the unfortunate ` man was reared and was held higheest esteem: i Zto4kesM, son of the late Opt. W. `Oshs, and well know in Ouchita 1 p...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

POWM ·r4~Y4I'3OTSZ "FY y rcarr ammtwa 9W AH! WAH! This is the sixteenth day of Shaaban, thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, eighth moon, eighth eenth day. We are on the noble Yangtsze. God be praised!" The Shanghal man put his feet up on the rail, puffed his pipe and com placently regarded the twinkling lights of Hankow in the rear. "Last night," he continued, "the consul entertained me at dinner. We progressed as far as the roast, but sh. no--the roast came not, and it will never come." He shivered. "And why didn't the roast come'" I inquired. "The consul got up to see. We found him-the cook-beside his oven he lay-dead. Cholera! Ugh! Now I wasn't a bit hungry after that!" I moved farther away. "An what are the symptoms at cholera " "Sudden death!" he replied hoarse ly. And that man was In a "topside" eabin next to me! I was glad I did not stop overnight in Hankow. She may be the Queen City of the Yanugtase, but I want none of her. She may have a three mile band, race meetings. Chrysan...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

WOMAN WELL AGAIN From Shooting Pain., Weakness, Dizziness, Idl E Pinkham's Iowa. - "For years I was t sufferer from female trouble in all its dreadful forms; shooting pains all over my body, sick headache, spinal weakness, dizziness, depression, and everything that was horrid. I tried many doctors in different a parts of the Upited 1 States, but Lydia I Pinkham's Vegeta has done more for me than I I feel it my duty to tell c facts. My heart is full of - b Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg for my health."-Mrs. 1 WAJ'LERz, 524 S. Ransom s wai, lowa. Well This Advice. suffering from any form troubles should lose hope un hp given Lydia E. Pinkham's Csampound a fair trial. remedy, the medicinal n- 1 gt which are derived from ks and herbs, has for nearly proved to be a most valua sad invigorator of the fe Women everywhere testimony to the wonderful E. Pinkham's Vegeta-a Sspecilal advile write to m lediclne Co. (eoal Mass. Yoear letter will and answered by a Ia strict coaldees. Ia complete addr.o, FU...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 February 1912

MONOPLANE THAT FOLDS ITS WINGS StIC new French monoplane, -Marceyl" wtch has just been put througlh succestul tests at las-les Molnesuz. ti an exampole of the latest types t aeroplane, so aonatructad that their "Imbs" are Jolate and moable The "Mare" when at rest folds its wings u It t were a huge flig beetl. Our pcture show te moaopm~a wlth Its win opon and shut. Will Market Cats Company Proposes to Raise Tabbies for Their Fur. Ainml Seooetyfe View--Truourer Sergh Frewn on Scheme, but Fur Dealer Has Nothing but Praise for It. Coream, L. L--Thi sity is to have a eat arm, to be run on the same plea as a chicken farm or anay other kind f tarm. The scheme originated with reidents of Coroma who foresee a tfortune in selling the skins of the cats. Judtgig by the sentiment pre ratnlg against cat farms, however. the Corona Catskin company, as It is to be called, will have troubles of Its own before very long. The company was organised recent ly and it was said that application for a chart...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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