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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 April 1908

AN ASST''lPTION. 'go you have written a book," said xlis Cayenne. "yes," answered the authoress. oTne publishers are sure it is going p create an immediate sensation and 1 a great seller." Is that ca 58 I suppose propriety iiisd our discussing It any urther. ...Wuahingto Star. syrup eftis os~fjixirkfenna Cleanses th sem ftect is d-tseo to Condstiation: naturallyacts Truly oa rMenWo n d ild bu the ~ nuioe whie te a1il name tiheCom "CALIFORNIA FG SYRUP CO. y nit a anoufactured.priftea on the 0LD ALL LE 1%G D kGIST& e size only. regular price 50,."- bottle. Misfortunes are the lot of all men whenever it mayn iplease heaven to in IM them.--I)emi sthenes. AISEI) FROM A SICK BED Mr Being an Invalid With Kidney Disorders For Many Years. ha Armstrong, Cloverport, Ky., g: "I was an invalid with kidney complaints for many years and cannot tell what agony I en dured from backache. My limbs were swol len twice natural size and my sight was weakening. The kidney secretions were discolored an...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 April 1908

LOUISIANA NEWS LATEST CLIPPINGS FROM OVER THE STATE. Unfortunate Tragedy. The efforts of a peacemaker to part two men who were engaged in a des perate fight at Forest iill, on the Watkins railroad last evening, re sulted in his death. Will Daniels be came involved in a difficulty with a man named Miller in the village and they engaged in a strug.le. 'Sug" Musgrove, a bystander, jumped in be tween the men and endeavored tb part them just in time to receive a knife thru-t throin-h the heart from Daniels. lie died aln:ost instantly. The killing of Musgrove was whol ly unintentional on I)aniel's part. The latter went to Alexandria and sur rendered to the authorities. Conductor Makes Capture. (onductor William Williams,( of the Kar-a.- City Southern Railroad, on tlnilhing his run between Port Arthur and Shreveport, told of a thrilling capture he made of Will Smith, a negro, wanted at McCall, Tex.. for the murder of a white man. The negro was discovered on the 'blind" between Lucas and De...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

THE TENSAS GA ZETT E meý -ými-m0Sing FR 2, ,S , ', e . NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., P'lDAY, APRIL 17 1908 NO.30 " One lest Bargain THE BIG STORE'S Extraer S ial. This Week. O hOein all the t SENSATIONAL SELLINC OF ASTER NEEDSrid e.t .tvle., and shades including Black, to r of SilkT t. regu Broww, iCopenhagen, etc., $12.00 val- .00 value, just for l d .e for Our mail order service offers out of town customers every facility for taking advantage of these reduced ucedey l p rat of $6.89. prices. Send us your orders by mail, we will give them our most careful and prompt attention. - EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY SPnoCAM ANOTBER GOOD RAIuAi. l)re.ss Goods and Silks. 34 inch One lot Ladies Fine 26 inch Gloria Black Taffeta Silk, ,pare dye, high / Millinery Department, Second floor. Forty-four inch olk Dot E - Silkllas netiflo lustre, $1.25 f alue. this week 98e per Silk Princess Jumper Dresses in All $12.50 to $14.00 dress hats, ea...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

Iew York Tramps. Startling figures and facts were presented at the State Conference of Charities and Corrections, recently held at Albany, by Mr. Arthur W. Towne, secretary of the State Pro baton Commission, regarding the ex tent of vagrancy and the habits of tramps. Over thirty-one thousand persons, mainly vagrants, were given free lodging in New York State, in town and city lockups during 1906. and the number in 1907 will probably be fully as large. Seventy-five cities and towns thus provide for their wan dering visitors. Half of these towns and cities also feed the wanderers free of charge. A large number of places give lodging also to boys, many of them as young as ten or twelve years, thus encouraging the wandering spir it that makes the later tramp. With only one'slight exception, not a single town or city required any work at all from the lodgers In return for the lodging or the food provided, thus giving absolutely no incentive to the wanderer to work for his board or meals....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

The Flight of the Bird:. 1 Once the dim white L!ght of the m:- I night moon i Rose up at the call of te city's clocks, g ave bruised my feet on the e:tny r streets pbr mile after mile of silent blocks; b Ad now, when the first faint rose c of dawn Has touched the world with a n-w n delight, a Sstand on the bridge o'er the broad n black stream p That has moaned for my soul the 1 lvelong night. b The moon grows pale in the dome ) above n And fades and fades, like a wreath f of snow t On April banks, or a ghost that melts a In air when the cock begins to crow; It Lad the froth is green on the sullen wave, s And under the bridge a dead man goes Wh sea-weed clenched in his rigid i< hand. y And, pinned to his coat, a wet white rose. e row the pitiless glare of day re- c veals ti My threadbare coat with its shiny t seams! a a, yhere is the gold I meant to y win. And where the grave of my rain- o bow dreams- e bs halls of pleasure, the praise of f men, b The warmth and the wine of wom-...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

e Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH,- - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1108 AItR E. GREER, - - FDormR. ýCsC3 CRI'4PTIti VS ARIt.P SI Advaaec . t $ .1 ANTWOt! NCIl( T":NT 5. F1 BISTRICT JUDGE. I'V are authorized to announce 11ON. JOHN S. BOATNER, ' ('ncneordia parish. iS a candidate for S*,.1,.rtion to tl.e office of Judge of S, istrict (bort of the Tenth .Tn A'. ii District. composed of the Par Ithh* of Tensas and Cooncordln. subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce NON. JOHN DALE, of Coneordla parish, as a candidate for 4 the office of Judge of the listrlct Court of the Tenth Judicial District. composed of the Parishes of Tensas and Concordia, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. F IMSTliG ATTllNEY. to the Voters of Temsas Parish: I shall be a candidate for re-election to the office of District Attorney at the primary election to be held by the h,,nomeratie Party of thie Tenth Ju 4,ilial District and slhal be glad to ro ,iinv the votes of all to whom ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

Best ,Quality AND-~ Full Weight AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL, VARIED AND COMPLETE IS OUR STOCK OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIES AND General Merchandise. SEE O0N NEW UNE OF FANCY FOR DRY GOODS WFNT WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That "White House" and "Full Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. SR & . oseph. BAKER i SON, Louisiana. Judge S. C. Young spent the week end at Wavert~ree. Mr. B. Y. Neweil was in St. Joseph Sui'day and Monday. t Dr. L. A. Murdock attended the Medical Convention in Nat ches. Mrs. B. F. Bonney has returned from a delightful visit to New Or i. leans. _ Miss Jeunie Guthrie attended the Teachers' Convention in New Orleans. Mrs. Dunbar Nokell leaves to borrow for a visit to friende in St. Louis. See what Dr. Marshall, the ad tertlsing dentist, of 1atchez, has to say to-day. $ Mr. H. B. Coniier and Dr. J. E. slier spent Sunday with Mr. and .  Mas. A. E. Green. Mrs. IL. f. Slicer auil Mrs. Ab aer Green are visiting Mr. and Mrs.* J. P. Green, at "G...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

LITTLE HOUSE 0' DREAMS. * mttle house with windows wide 0 little place where friends will come. A-looking toward the sea! The tangled world to flee; lew have you come-why have you come Brave little nook where peace Will bide. 'T mean so much to me? And hospitality! mr walls within my heart are raised, Pray where's the magic wand I need Aid. oh. how strange It seems. To touch your slender beams. y hopes but measure to your roof, And change you to a home in truth. 0 little house o' dreams! 0 little house o' dreams? S-Claire Wallace Flynn, in Alnslee'e Magazine. The Beetle of the Mandarin By Vera L Connolly. Joha Harriman, American Consul at Shanghai, lay back in his chair and stretched his feet toward the blaze. Without, the snow tell ceaseleely. Ha large, whirling flakes setttled on eL sedan ch rs, the wheels of the sirshas and the shoulders of the cool The tall buildings beyond the consu Has grounds were outlined in soft, gMaming white. A large covered atir, held by three coolies, w...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

C si a1.onLt~* b* e o.netofr r an .s*al best·f ',ps .iretwsd, ore Gwarqt T a ni t* su lant tie mit. S i propeb" h puMt teit, Sgenuie CAWIF'ONI Fsio Syu P Co. -rm I ADINO pS A lot of neglect of men hides be bdb enthusiasm for the masses. I9 .1Vits,'DanDe; Nervous Diseaseu per aD cured by Dr. Kllne's Oreat Nerve fir. 82 trial bottle and treatise free. ,a. B. lin*. iLd. 931 Arch at.. Phila., Pa. This world is none the brighter for s@e who have money to burn. dd Tea, the herb medicine, insure. ,salhy action of liver, kidneys, stomach " bwe-l. Take it for constipation and r ae. Write Garfield Tea Co., Y F., for free samples. All real religion i3 fed by a deer doir for reality in religion. Ma Old People SLfer Prom asehblal Affections, particularly at M give of year. Brown's Bronchial gges give immediate relief. Ieting is built by hammering des Can wear shoee a-s Fm, r fter l a~'s .oot ;Eba . Itmakes tt oewshoes iad shoe stores, MSc. to mb",tute. Trial pack . Pates Allen S. Olmsted,R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 April 1908

LOUISIANA NEWS LATEST CLIPPINGS FROM OVER THE STATE. Body Found in River. The body of a nezro man floating down the river was found by boys at Monroe and towed t, the shore. When an examination was made it was ascertained that the nezro had his hands tied behind him and that a rope around his neck held a gear wheel weighing in the neighborhood of fifty pounds. Later a: the coro ner's inquest it was discovered that he had apparently been -hot and his head crushed. There are a number of theories as to how the ne-ro met his death, but it seems more probable that hie had been lynched at some point up the river and t':e body and the body thrown into the water with the weight attached. Injured in Runaway. Frank Matthews, one cf the oldest employes of the Lake Charles Ice, Light and Water Works ('ompany, had his right ankle crushed so badly that it is feared amputation will be necessary. He was driving an ice wagon when the king bolt broke. The horses beeame frightened and started to run. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

6 -.c 'mo as cmw '-,A•; •- A.--,C .) L ", o THE TENSAS GAZETTE F---ý.*.,,  oo,,. w m.,asn.. . -oo~ uw...n o m o n-m ---Wmn-....  .-..OMMmt • ," NEW SERIES VOL.'XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 24 1908 O31 l3Yardsf~amilyamh..c ....,..kZ. mu ~VALLEY DRY GOODS COMPAN-Y :' An ideal cloth for making Under- GO AO (--IL-f U D3 Yardr fo ouy Lukbric wear, gowns, etc. Nice soft finish, S~drEENforoNr 51 tEWEl$ Sit worth ,k" per yard. 81.30 worth of hrworth 50 to 7 . this Cambric GICKoURGMiss th S fr3k Lucky 13 Sale Price 50c. - L"adies' Log mREAT "r1 u3" SALEoTr epe M aade of fine quality figured Lawn, Ages 4 to 14 years in Pink, Blues with flowing Japanese sleeves. Tan and Whites, worth 75" Worth 8 2s e You sa), other superstitious people say, we have said that the "Fatal 13" was unlucky. But we are going to demonstrate to you that Special itth week - Special Price 75c. we are all wrong. We are going to give you 13 of the most wonderful bargains you ever "p Sheard of. Read on, the hoo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

Differences Between Lawyers and Business Men I Keep in touch with a lawyer, but don't take his advice on businesJ matters. A lawyer should be like a dictlon ary-a piece of reference. Iawyers by the very nature of their vocatoon have much to do with con cerns who are in trouble, and with frms who are poorly managed. Lawyers know law first and busi nae second; the business man knows businee first and law second. The advice of one successful busi ness man is worth the advice of twenty-three lawyers on a matter of business. Use the lawyers to keep you out of trouble. Let him see your contracts and the papers and agreements per taining to leases sales. purchases, royalties and all documents which may from their nature be brought in to court as evidence. These things are the ones on which to take the lawyer's advice. Wben you are pushed into a corner and must fight, then get the best lawyer, for in a fight in court, like a fight in the prize ring, the best trained and equipped man usualby...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

HIGHER IDERLSi ON THE , Wholeomely Ac-. tive -"-Agricuture * tbhe MIoaster Sciece * 0 A. Williams, Chatham, N. Y. "Higher ideals in agricultural lift will not injure any one, but will lend strength to any cause of public in wtrest that we may champion." Thi se eoacluding words by N. E. Cook in T'e Tribune Farmer nearly a year ge are wcrthy of study by those gpagl in agricultural pursuits throughout the length and breadth of at laud. Nowadays we hear much ot the abandonment of the farnm by the younger generation and of how t keep the boys on the farm. Sure ly to attain this object there can be no surer or better way than through higher ideals in agricultural life. 'hough the first duty of the farmer i the care and culture of thils farm, yet while tolling thus, and all honest tol is good, he must diversify his work. As in study it is well to have variety of studies at one time to preserve the elasticity of the mind gad prevent a centering of thoughts atirely on one subject, which h...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

The Tensas Gazette. ( SRTJOSEPH,- - LA. U IRIDAY, APRIL 21, l90f SEjTR E. GREEJ. - - Emo m RtFrTIsOw VF RAIt hY o ,-,.--- +, -. Ia Awvasee. 4 1* AN1t'tW'eK 1iNT . . FOR DISTRICT JUDGE We are authorized to :annolinee IION..fOHN S. HOA'IN HI, of ('ncordi:l parish. as a candidate for i'-election to tie office of .lndce of 7le Distrlct Court of the Tenth .Tu d'cill l)istnet. composed of the P:ar ishes of 'I'ensas and ('oneorldia. subject I to the action of the IDemocratic party. We are authorized to announce ItON. JOHN DIALE. of Coneordia pariah, as a candidate for r the office of .ludge of the District C(ourt of the Tenth .Iulieial D)istrict. composed of the Parishes of 'l'ensas P and Coneordla, subject to tihe action of 1 the Democratic party. FlR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. to the Voters of Tonsas Parish: I shall be a candidate for re-election lb tie offlice of District Attorney at the rimary election to' be held by the mocrstei Party of the 'Tenth .lu dicial District and shall bhglad to re r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

Best Quality AND Full Weight i AT THE LOWEST PRICES. A Trial Will Convince You. FULL, VARIED AND COMPLETE IS OlUR STOCK OF FRESH FANCY GROCERIES . .. AND - General Merchandise. SEE OUR NEW LINE OF FT~Yi FOR FALL DRY GOODSWANDE WINTER It Will Pay You. REMEMBER! That "White House" and "Full Dress" Shoes are BEST BY TEST. BAER & SON, sLosana. Miss Elizalwatl .\tantn is the ~tuest of lite Alice l)av'ids'nn. Mrs. VW. J. \Vatn s"iient Faster in At. Ju~tnile with friends. Mian LUlu lowan and spent last week with Mrs. D)unbar Newell. Mr. and Mr. (r . N. N('ýrke spent Nun ty in town with relatives. Dr. GeN. N. Clarke has returmne from a ofeaional visit to Newelltn. Mr. and Mrs. Stirling Blanche were fiitors to St. Joseph on Sunlday. Mr. and Mrs Jarel Clark spent East er with Dr. and Mrs. L A. Mlurdoch. Mrs. D. F. Miller and children re turned Monday from a visit to Natchez. Mrs. W. J. Steen and dlno,'lhter, Mi s Anmlia Stan, left Monday for a visit to New Orleans. Miss Lucille Gibson ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

THE EXILE. By L. M. Montgomery ie told her that her far-off shore was bleak and dour to view, And that her sky was dull and mirk while ours was smiling blue. ei only sighed in answer, "It is even as ye say, BMt oh, the ragged splendor when the sun burst3 through the gray!" We brought her dew-wet roses from our fairest summer bowers, We bade her drink their fragrance, 'we heaped her lap with flow ers. Me only said with eyes that yearned. "Oh, if ye might have brought the pale unscented blossoms by my father's lowly cot'" We bade her listen to the birds that sang so madly sweet, The lyric of the laughing stream that dimpled at her feet. "But oh," she cried, "I weary for the music wild that stirs When keens the mournful western wind among my native firs!" We told her she had faithful friends and loyal hearts anear, We prayed her take the fresher loves, we prayed her be of cheer. 'Oh, ye are kind and true," she wept, "but wo's me for the grace Of tenderness that shines upon my ndother's...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

,l Round the World. Le year q(,te a number of tve started to walk round the - sinly with t`e object of win * wager. M. Georges Grandin, a French gentleman, who, twice made a tour of the world is now about to begin a jrney, is actuated by quite motive. He is a man of and means, and the sole d big self-imposed and ardu , is the patriotic one of pro the friendship of France the various countries he visits emga does M. Grandin not bet - 0 charity during his journeys A-hm considerable profits by as the way books and pamph -je ing the interesting impres s- le tours, and out of these be has already given a con sum to a hospital in his ,-une. 41 his experiences was of a y thrilling character. While through Abyssinia he was ony as Italian spy, manacled -haed for a month. During g.e he was terrorized by his lot succeeded by a bribe in them to remove his chains. saiy after a march of three miles through a desert, dur whiU his guards threatened to bln if be tried to escape, that @aMe& cam...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 April 1908

ELABORATE PLANS FOR THE INAUGURATION OP GOVERNOR SANDERS. TRIES THE HOTFOOT GAME Negro in Jail at Baton Rouge Ties Burning Newspaper Around Pedal Extremities of Sleeping Pris oner. Baton Rouge.-Baton Roa e is fast soncluding its arrangement for the inauguration of Jarel Y. Sanders as governor of Louisiana on May 18. One striking feature of the day will be the grand parade, -which will he formed on the campus of the Louisiana State Univeiity under the command of Cap tain Sorley, of the United States Army, and headed by Grand Marshal Albert Estopional and his aids. The parade will be participated in by the Choctaw Marching ('lub. of New leans headed by a band; the Plaquemine Marching C'lub, 100 strong headed by a band the cadets of the Louisiana State University. with their band; companies of the Louisiana National Guard. under the direction of Adjutant General Staf ford; the Louisiana Naval Militia under the command of Captain Bos tick; United Confederate Veterans, under the command ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

THE TENSAS GAZETTE e.o aktaiha o,., 13 Sa i. o n e 0 c C S o s. o , ..a pmm ýý  >, - 1,e VTA LLEYTDRYCGOO SALEM NEW SERIES VOL. XV. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FR1DAy, MAY 1. 1908 13 Yards of Family Caubric An ideal cloth for making Under, t at. "d wear, gowns. etc. Nice soft finish, eo worth 10c per yard. $1.30 worth of o Spo dl0drl, of or" Lw L W1 this 4ambric Shirts worth 50 to 75. Lcky 13 Sale PriceOc. Y II CKS3UR ,, M SiS. SGsils lsfer " . Radi es' t iMraoas R 13"SALEs Made of fine quality figured Lawn, GR EA tLUCK Y 13" SA LE Agribtotn 'Aleser oe with flowing Japanese s!eeves. Tan an Wt wyrth ik Worth 81.25 You sa, other superstitious people say, we have said that the "Fatal 13" was unlucky. But we are ehiaf to demo0strte to yo that psBid 1 " wSa.g g, Special Price 75c. we are all rong. We are going to give you 13 of the most wonderful bargains y o ever _ecil __re to you < $4.00 Panama _Sirt $1.98 heard of. Read on, the hoo.doo is broken...,. a This Skirt Special is one of o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 May 1908

The Pall Mall Gazette lays we nust have kings--crowned or un crowned. New Yorkers are getting frail, notes the American. A woman dropped eleven stories in an elevar `and injured a wrist. There is nothing in this world more exasperating, to the Somerville Journal, than the man with no bad habits, but you don't meet him very often. SForest preservation is about to be dome one of the big public questions, propheasies the St. Louis Globe-Demo crt. Unless the trees are looked After we shall become short on tim. 'her and long on floods. It is an axiom, recognised and ac cepted by all, except by those who stand to profit by denying it, main tains the Coast Seaman's Journal, that maritime power depends finally upon the personnel-that is, the sea men. The nation most powerful on the sea is that which is served by the best seamen. The suffrage question may with safety be left at this time to woman herself, and she is settling it, an bounces the Philadelphia Ledger. No sooner does some woman ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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