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

Get Ready for Spring! YOU CAN BUY HERE Collars and Pads Wrenches Names Files Traces Cross-Cut Saws Single & Double Trees Axes Bulk Heads Hatchets Bridles Spades Back Bands Shovels Curry Combs Rakes Hoes Hay Forks Plow Line Carriage Bolts Plow Points Fencing Plow Bolts Well Pipe Gas Engine Batteries Well Points Lap Links Pumps A full stto of Shel Hardware for the builder, the farmer, the keeper. We gmaratee our prces to be as low as the quality d ts oos permits. We give you LOW PRICES, FULL WEIGHT, 5 TREATMENT and socict a geeroes share of your pat No are ready to yu with FRESH GARDEN SEED, SEED POTATOES sd ONION BAKER & SON. Zi ----.. . IIES U TE S tLes. p We bve now completed the sixth school o ath and I am pleased to know that ps ppls in all the schools are making arnst efrodrt to do good work. I am SJpleased to know that the school mat js - moving along smoothly and I feel m we will do better work next month. S Win any of the pupils do not make A pir cent I arnestly Invi...

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 March 1912

HE *AS SOMEWHAT PEEVED Attendant at Spiritualistic Seance Con sidered Himelif Aggrieved and Said So. Charles M. Cross of Indianapolis thinks variety adds spice to life, so he went to a spiritualistic service. It was a lively affair with sepulchral voices sounding through trumpets. tambourines playing mysetriously in mid air, and cld, clammy hands of partially materialized men and women making free In the dusky room with those who were in the flesh. In the midst of it something dealt Mr. Cross a vicious whack on the nose and he called for lights in a tone not to be disobeyed. With the light the circle as disclosed was all natural and hu man again. The most human member of it was Mr. Cross, with a bloody nose, spoiling for a fight and all the "madder" because he did not know whom tp fight. "Who did that?" he demanded of the medium. The medium said the gay spirit was that of St. Peter. But even this explanation did not satisfy Mr. Cross. "Well, all I ask of St. Peter," he said, "Is to ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 March 1912

IT ALWAYS WINS so:a article of real merit from saat, and it gives perfect satis are usually pleased with your J you tell your friends of its The genuine merit of BOND'S EII caused their great popu - ale. They are specially in )L LARIAL TROUBLES, such - Constipation, Headache, Sare not a "cure all," nor are e ¶t.Try ONE pill at bed dbe convinced. Or, send to us s s rmple. Bond's Pharmacy Co., CRY OF THE INJURED. t. S D dog-I tell you, Mutt, dere ei k be a law passed prohfbltii' 11 from wearin' pants over dere a EP THE SKIN CLEAR u se Than a generation, Cut! sam Cuticura Ointment have I ' +. for pimples, blackheads h uaightly conditlons of the a red, rough, chapped h bdedru, itching, scaly scalps. . lt a sad falling hair than say r They do even more for h and disfigured infants Although Caticra Soap ti are sold by druggists b throughoot the world, a alte of each, with $-pat o s ear of the skln and rid v t post free, on aploatiae toi SDept. I, Botot. 0 , Conelatlon. w (t his daughter'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 March 1912

SPECIAL FAMILY IINNER. By Martha McCulloch Wlliams The following menu is suitable for a paper bag cooked dinner, to be served during winter months, when the occasion is more than ordinary. say on a national holiday, or some special family or community event: Blue Fish or Sea Trout, Planked Sliced Potatoes Buttered Beets Cold Slaw Baron of Beef, Roasted Baked Squash Celery Salsify Stewed Cold Baked Apples with Rum and Sugar Romaine Salad with Cheese Balls. Sharp French Dressing Biscuit Plum Pudding. Brandy auneo Nut Candy Stuffed Dates Homemade Citron The fish will require s plank, oak, of course, and proportioned to the sise of the biggest paper bag. Get it as thin as possible-half an inch, say. Scour it well, then grease with oil or butter, heat gently and wipe off all surplus greaste while still warm. This before undertaking to use it. It mused be heated very hot underneath the gas flame before the fish goes m it. Sprinkle rock salt thickly over t to prevent charring, dash it off ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

CAP- A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS ZETTE NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRII)DAY, MARCH. 151912. NUMBER 11. essional Cards ,L A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. k scian and Surgeon Office o Pliak Road P.o.. 12-3; Reid.ace 12.3 1. r. D. a&. & RICE, m . Lilly and Trice ussewir a Drs. Illy md Ada.. DLm Ddk. Limira -- C . CLINTON 4M***t-tt..atLow i n East Carroll Mad..., C and the Supree mad GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST .- LO. UISIANA iewel Buldihg, Plank Read You Going to Build a do as ise Mor Sdw um me fehlmaM y . ah y he m ber ud. lldr mpn.. To ~ei.iedy. Id. r!O IR.CRgBa, wOLt.uAIIUFACTUR Ib h and Dressed Lumber h Fhsrig, cGilmg C.pitis R.u, SRis, Dews, C lins, Fm. hlrisr rites, Etc. o ne mbe a at lein g l t Tear PIr Hel Plahks. hlwqs ii -r I-d,, -- *hod*igs -r Iacis hear Lc sho mud. A. ENOCHS, The Lumberman NATCHEZ, MISS. £ WIKELER C. LMRITI Wheeler & Moritz M B6rnem St. . . Nw Orlan, La.. Ctton, Grain, Provisions, Stocks Direct wires to New York and ChiAao lTh...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

'4t6 JA~f}A 1Jht ArIR .<owA stn Y ,taRTýý ýi' ý 9' I~ SHE tendency of modern war fare has been toward the adoption of those instruments which accomplish its purpose with as little risk to the users as possible. This is exempliftled somewhat in the use of smokeless powder, the manufacture of which is attended with much less danger, and its transfer from place to place re sults in fewer accidents as compared with the production of gunpowder. It can be handled with perfect safety Sand even set on fire in the open air without causing an explosion or oc casioning the least anxiety. At Indian Head, which is also the navy proving ground, there is a plant for the manufacture of this powder which is owned and operated by the United States government and the en tire output of the factory, which last year amounted to over a million and a half pounds. Is used by our navy. bould occasion ever requlre, the pow der will also be used at Uncle Sam's many big fortifications, the accom panyting il...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

I~JP1fTUI~ 4ALLEctRA jI V4T %lAflWMA9QR SYNOPSIS. opens with a scream rnom arch In the opera box of Mrs. a wealthy widow. It is oc when Mrs. Mtissloner5 necklaoe gmttering the diamonds all over Curtis Griswold and Bruxton ,t hty men in love with Mrs. Mls eather up the gems. Griswold what Is supposed to be the cele t- a u anee and crushes it. A Hin it was not the genuine. An .Lr' pronounces all the stones for the original. One of the diamonds is found In the room Holcomb. confidential compan Miesioner. She is arrested, ding Mrs. Missloner's belief rsoeem ce. )eantime, In an up gsgison, two Hindooe, who are in to recover the Maharanee, }41 arrest Detective Britz takes me. He asks the co-operation of Elinor's fiance, in running real criminal. Brits learns that of Mrs. Missioner's diamosds in Paris on the order of b. While walking Brits is and gagged by Hindooe. le in a deserted house, but escape. Brits discovers an in en expert whom he beUvees by either Sands of Ori (slse counterfeits...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. t ABNER E. GREEN, - - ERoa. . S ýin Advase. $1,50 FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1912. 1 TWO STATE ADMINISTRATIONS. t The Legislature of Mississippi,( now in session, is having trouble in providing sufficient revenue for the expense of the State. That body < recently fixed the State tax levy at six mills, but realizing that that rate would not produce sufficient revenue, a bond issue of half a mil lion dollars was provided for. Ap propriations were so pruned that no provision at all was made for the State Agricultural and Mechanical College at Starkville. A contrast between conditions in our sister State and in Louisians is not inopportune in view of the per sistent attacks made on Governor Sanders' administration for alleged profligacy and extravagance. As stated above the State tax levy in Mississippi is six mills; in Louisiana it is five mills. The whole of the State tax in Mississippi goes to general and edu cational purposes, no part going to levees and none to inte...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

'Get Ready for Spring! YOU CAN BUY HERE Collars and Pads Wrenches lHames Files Traces Cross-Cut Saws Single & Double Trees Axes Bulk Heads Hatchets Bridles Spades Back Bands Shovels Curry Combs Rakes Hoes Hay Forks Plow Line Carriage Bolts Plow Points Fencing Plow Bolts Well Pipe Oas Engine Batteries Well Points Lap Links Pumps A full stock of Shelf Hardware for the buder, the farmer, the bouse-keepor. We gusratee our prces to e a low as the oo t dpermsits. We give you LOW PRICES, FULL WEIOT, COURTEOUS TREATMENT and oit a geuerou share d your pat T e are reedy to supply you with FRESH GARDEN SEED, SEED POTATOES sad ONION SET. BAKER & SON. V I _ i I I | sIimmmm m m m  I  . mH n. FOR SALEI Lot No. 2 of Adolph ~lgutterSawMILL tract 17 known as the Kennedy ? tract, adjoining Nebras ka plantation, contain lag 50 acres. Terms: $5.00 per acre. Part cash and part cred- t Itas may be agreed. t0 Apyly to-- d tT U IYO , Alt'y., t bT. JOSEPH, LA. P if Srrol MEN ESTAURANT NATCHU, - - M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

RESTORED TO HEALTH. After Suffering with Kidney Disorders for Many Years. Mrs. John 8. Way, 209 S. 8th St., In dependence, Kans., says: "For a num ber of years I was a victim of disor dered kidneys. My back ached con stantly, the passage of the kidney secre tions was irregular and my feet and an kles badly swollen. Spots appeared be fore my eyes and I was very nervous. After using numerous remedies without relief, I was com pletely cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. In view of my advanced age, my cure seems remarkable." "When Your Back Is Lame, Remem ber the Name-DOAN'8. 50c. all stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. But Mamma Didn't Little Mabel was always tumbling down and getting hurt, but as soon as her mother kissed the bumped fore head Mabel would believe it cured and cease crying. One day she accom panied her mother to the Union depot, and while they were seated in the crowded waiting room an intoxicated man entered the door, tripped over a suitcase, and fell sprawling on the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

ii l THROAT TROUBLE SINCE CHILDHOOD It teats Failed Relieved Iby Pera. Mrs. Wm. Hch mann, 274 Lincoln Avn., Chicago, Ill., writes: "I suffered with catarrh of the bron chlil tunes and had a terrible cough ever sine a iiild. "I would sit up in t·5l with pillows ' l.propped up behoid ,i-., but still the m',ugh would not let mc sleep. I thought and everybody else that I h.,d consurip tlimn. "So reading the papers about Pe runa I decided to try, without the least bit of hope th it it would do me any good. But after tak ing three bottles I noticed a change. My appetite got better, so I kept on, p:" Hohmann. never discouraged. i eI seemed not to cough so much - pains in my cheat got bet ter Scould rest at night. ý a well now and cured of a chronic V?, and sore throat. I cannot tell he. rw grateful I am, and I cannot • h Peruna enough. It has cured _ doctors have failed and I talk / wherever I go, recommend it to . People who think they consumption better give it a . IEVED NEURALGIA. ktem...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 15 March 1912

TWODINNEE MENUS. Here isadnerMe he ni TWO DINNER MENUS. By Martha McCulloch Williams. fi Here is a dinner menu, easy but nourishing, not so costly, and capable of being prepared, cooked, and served b inside two hours: ti Roast Beef, Stuffed Rolled Round a Sliced Potatoes Baked Apples I: Cold Slaw SBanana Puffs Black Coffee Salted Peanuts Have the round cut rather long and as thick as need be. Butter it on both sides, salt and pepper lightly, cover the upper side with bread crumb stuf ing seasoned with onion, roll up, tie C and seal n well-greased bag with ai lump of butter or clarified drippingle and a spoonful of water. Put in a hot oven for three minutes, slack heat, and cook until done, allowings ftteen to twenty minutes to the pound. If tomatdes are at hand, put a one or two, peeled and sliced, in with I the meat The gravy will be better and the meat itself more piquant Slice peeled potatoes thin, drop in E cold water, drain out. put in a greased bag after sprinkling very lightl...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS GAZETTE cGutte Publisig Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the'Parisu of Temas Sihal B erd aid Ffth L iima Leve Dbtrid. $1..qe A m.l. NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH. 22 1912. NUMBER 12. I H e i I H gI l a l I igill I m D I •I N l i I • I H i I K I ifessional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road 'gl Pbhoe 12-; Residence 12-2 aY, .L D. HIS. TRICE,. M . ks. Lilly and Trice Z "bs*** **. t Lily a.. Ala.. to . & a uids . 8.p 1 SG H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St Ith.s& Loeisiana p atice I. East Carroll Madison, C..orda and the Supreme and GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST ~ - )LOUISIANA Newall Belding Plank Road Are You Going to Build Smma ad the idea mnd. the mnest iarera tle seed s by seeg ass abed the lmber rqured fw thoperpea. To hled acemmiky e l, adL FOR HIGH.GRADE, WILLU-ANUFACTUUD rough and Dressed Lumber les, Flooring, Ceiling, Copsition Roofings, Sash, Doors, * Blinds, Fine I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

SOME EXCELLENT SUGGESTIONS REGARDING BREEDING OF HOGS Roughage Is One of Most Important Factors in Wintering Brood Sows-Animals Do Not Thrive Well if Not Given Sufficient Quantity- Scrub Hog Is Not Profitable. (By B. E. LARA.) The farmers of Denmark secure the best prices for their fancy bacon for the reason that they have established small packing establishments where they can haul their hogs and get their pay for the hogs according to their actual worth. Hlow different from the system, or lack of system, in this country, where we are compelled to take just what the packing house oper ators are a mind to pay us for our hogs. Will the time ever come when our farmers can see the great benefits to be derived from co-operation? Roughage is one of the most impor tant factors in wintering the brood sows, and if they do not get enough coarse food they will not do well. Corn and milk are well balanced as a di!. but there should be something added to distend the organs or digestion. Then ag...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

g)R4IAQU BAPBEAQ ýusýR~r~rmxmw ys s S SYNOP81S. Ib ~ story opens with a scream from ei iy March In the opera box of Mrs. •a wealthy widow. It is oc w when Mrs. Mlssioner's necklace h .sattering the diamonds all over M. Curtis Griswold and Bruxton .odety men in love with Mrs. MIt- ti gather up the gems. Griswold 's what is supposed to be the eele Maharanee and 'rushes it. A Hin learces it was not the genuine. An I later pronounces all the stones stel for the original. One of the e |T. diamonds is found in the room ii ~ lo Hicomb. confidential compan Mrs. Missioner. She is arrested, a anding Mrs. Msslor.er's belief h er Innocence Meantime. In an up loasion, two Hindoos who are a to recover the Maharanee, dis fi arrest. Detective Brits takes case. He asks the co-operation of U , Elinor's fiance in running real criminal. Brts learns that of Mrs. Missioner's diamonds 5 ade In Paris on the order of t Boleomb. While walking Brits is bound and gasged by Htindoo. He ned in a deserted house....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. SUBSCRIPTION YEARLY In Advane*. $ . FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912. FREE SUGAR. The House Bill placing sugar on the free list has passed the House of Representatives by a large major ity and has gone to the Senate for consideration of that body. The Gazette is a Democratic news paper and is firmly and unalterably opposed to the protective tariff pol icy of the Republican party, but we must record our opposition to this measure and in thus opposing it we keep well in line with Democratic policy and practice. The Democrat ic party is not a Free Trade party for the very good reason that we must levy a duty on imports in or der to raise revenue for the support of the government. A revenue-pro ducing tariff necessarily includes some incidental protection to home producers of articles on the dutiable list. The true policy then, in levy ing duties is to select for taxation such articles as will produce the most revenue. Sugar is one of those articles. Unde...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

F--- --- - Get Ready for Spring! YOU CAN BUY HERE Collars and Pads ` Wrenches Hames Files Traces Cross-Cut Saws Single & Double Trees Axes Bulk Heads Hatchets Bridles Spades Back Bands Shovels Curry Combs Rakes Hoes Hay Forks Plow Line Carriage Bolts Plow Points Fencing Plow Bolts Well Pipe Gas Engine Batteries Well Points Lap Links Pumps A full stock of Shelf Hardware for the builder, the farmer, the house-keeper. We guarantee our prices to be as low as the quality of the goods permits. We give you LOW PRICES, FULL WEIGHT, COURTEOUS TREATMENT sad solicit a geserous share of your pat We are ready to supply you with FRESH GARDEN SEED, SEED POTATOES and ONION SETS. BAKER & SON. _--- JURY VENIRE. (10th District Court.) UA Jatr. To Appear Monday, April 15, 1912, at 10 o'clock A. M. M. Knllman .............. Waterproof W. D. Martinere ...............Canton A. B. Bowman ......... ....... Burn R. N. Hunter......... ..... Waterproof T. H. Netterville....... Winter Quarters Leo Jacob...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

OUTO UP TE INA +ThEOP" Odd Resident of Washington Minnie Buttone Is one of the sights of Washington. She Is an East Indian woman, 70 years old, and lives In a piano box cabin in a fashionable section of the capital city. Minnie dres*es to please herself, and not Infrequently ap pears in male attire. -----------, ""--'--- DANDY OF THE KIKUYUS Among the Kikuyu people of Ethi epla the really well dressed man weanrs in the lobe of one ear a large plug of wood. such as is shown In the accompanying illustration. Often metal ornaments are substituted for the wood, but they must be large. WHY DO THEY DO IT? There are many strange facts about analmals which no one has ever seem ed able to understand or explain. Here are a few of them: A fy will crawlp the top of a wln. dom pane, fly bai4to the bottom, and crawl up again. Hardly ever does it ly up and crawl down. It has been known, however, to repeat the former process 8 times without stopping. Hen, scratch for food always with the sun behind...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

SAVED FROM AN OPERATION Mrs. Reed of Peoria, IlL, Escaped The Sur geon's Knife. ?., jIll.- " I wish to let every one w aLydia E.Pinkham'sVegetable Compound has done for me. Fortwoyears I suffered. The doc tor said I had a tumor and the only remedy was the surgeon's knife. My mother bought me Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound, and today I am a well and healthy woman. For months I suffered Sinammation, and your Sanative h relieved me. I am glad to tell MW what your medicines have done Sse. You can use my testimonial in rway you wish, and I will be glad * ewer letters."- Mrs. CHRISTINA 106 Mound St, Peoria, Ill. Iy. Lynch Also Avoided Operation. _ Pa.-"After the birth of my ;,'g I had severe organic inflam *1m. Iwould havesuch terriblepains it did not seem as though I could Sfit. This kept up for three long naths, until two doctors decided that tion was needed. uilaone of my friends recommended Z. Pinkhan's Vegetable Com and after taking it for two months a well woman."-Mrs. Jos...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 22 March 1912

HOW I COOKED A COMPANY DINNER. By Martha McCulloch Williams. Being reasonably vain of my cook Ing when I go and learn new ways the next thing is to show them off. Hence, my course-dinner-paper bag ged of course. Likewise a company dinner. It would be a deadly insult to good food even to think of serving it in courses to one lone feeder. My guests came a trifle late-by the time they had off hate and wraps I was ready to take them in the kitchen. This uecause of a shrewd suspicion that they thought. I had been telling fairy tales-they could not conceive of real food, coming real ly cooked out of a paper bag. My people snited gratefully as they entered the Iidc-en. Truly things were not half bad, by the smell. It was very mild-hardly more than an agreeable taint. A hot dish sat ready upon the paper covered table. I lifted out the broiler, set it beside the dish, slipped the edge of the dish well under the bag resting upo the broiler, shoved it well tr the middle and opened it. Then cam...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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