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THE TENSAS GAZETTE
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NEW SERIES VOL. XXII. ST'TJO8EPH, LA., FRIDAY, OC OBER, 4 19i2. NUMBER 40
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Dr. L. A. Murdock
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
SPysician and Surgeon
Office on Plank Road
gsll Phone 12-3; R.eidence 12-2
SUIT, IL D. L S. .TRICE, E D.
Q:s. Lilly and Trice
bsMIc M, Drs. Lilly ad l
G. H. CLINTON
St eeep, L.eolao
in East Crr.dl, Mdi..m,
Cans rdia and the Supreme and
GEORGE N. CLARK
NsWmBl kindig. Plank Read
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;'5 Baronne St. . . New Orleans, La.
iCotton, Grain, Provisions, Stocks
Direct wires to New York and Chicago
The Safest and Quickest Way to
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TICE! I keep constant on hand a fall =uppb of
tallic and Wood Coffins, Trimmed
All Sixes from Infant to Adult. Up-to-date Styles.
carry Burial Costumes. Prices to Suit Custoner.
Can furish at once. Order. rce.'.d by wmre or otAorurao.
to n,- - I
H. C. Norman
524 .Camin St, Natchez, Xiu.
-class Work Done at Reasonable Rates
:Teases are espenially inoited to isit my stadio
;atchez Printing and Stationery Company
Printers, Publishers and ationeiom
O' drs for Work aon be left at Tm.s.. Gmtent Oie.
; MY S I s a . rpshs
Jos. Whitaker, M. D.
Phone In Residence.
W. E. MONTGOMERY, M. D.
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
Office and Residence-Bass House
What You Want
How You Want it
When You Want it
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to to u and we' pgar
antee you sasiactory work
at poca est re right
Savin Putting Money
Away in the
Rule Right Way
By JOHN M. OSNISON, ChtcaJo
SHAVE a philosophical friend in Wall street who believes tat the
small man ought to be encouraged and guided both in saving and
using money. He sees in many men with a credit of only $200 at
the bank the future rulers of industry and finance. He was talking
the other day about saving of the right sort.
"Really artistic saving," he said, "consists in putting money saide
and at the same time dressing as well as anybody else, eating as well as
anybody else and having generally as good a time as anybody else.
"I have as little admiration for the man who makes himself miserable
in order to save money as I have for the man who lives an extravagant,
thoughtless life and runs into debt.
"The successful corporation i4 not the one of rash, improvident
methods. Nor, you will notice, is it the one which balks at spending
money. It is the one which, systematising its entire operations, spends
money, the more the better, if only it spends it well.
"So with the individual. He may spend money in a way to help him
maintain his self-respect. He may spend money in a way to help him
keep cheerfuly energetic. And withal, by avoiding the ordinary wastes
of everyday habita, he may save money.
"Like the corporations, he must introduce 'scientific management' into
his personal and family life. He must adopt a system. He must stop the
leaks and preserve what was formerly lost. He must create a sinking
fund end invest it."
This statement embodies a notion I have held for a long time. Look
up the financial methods of some successful corporation and see how
these methods compare with your own. J
There's likely to be considerable point and profit in it.
What shall we do with the youthful oaim
der ? This is a question that should intesr.
Boys and t eter pent in the Unite St W
is it at the present age that there ase s
G rls many boys and girls that are not what theidr
parents would have them be? Is it because
Should the parents have so muc...h mre to thin o
Have now than they did in the days of longag o
that they haven't the time to spend in gain
G ood Care ing the confidence of their childrent In
the days of our grandparents their em
. Ma thought was to bring their children up to
be ladies and gentlemen and they grew up
to be good and honest and a credit to their
But now in many cases how different they are. Now we can hardly
pick up a paper that hasn't something about boys. Some try to burglarize
a house. Some try picking pockets and it all ends in getting found out
and going to pail
Our jails are full of them and after a boy has been caught do you
think he can hold his head up again and be the same ? 'o, he can not.
It always stays with him. His companions shun him; he gets to think
no one cares for him; then he doesn't care what he does, but follows the
downward path, Mothers, you can belong to your clubs; you can be a
leader of fashion, but while you are wrapped up in thee things where
is your boy, the idol of your heart?
Ten to one, he is out with company that will lead him on to vies.
Be a loving companion to your boys and girls; teach them to eonSde in
you; go with them if they want to go to places of amusement that ae
I suitable for them;lnake yourself one of them and your life will be full
of joy and contentment with the knowledge that you have done year duty
ead that you have brought your children up to be an honor to yourself and
Every woman has her ideal. From early
girlhood she dreams of him. She pictures
S T m e him in eery phase of life, knows just ow
he will appear an this ad tht t at ,
for the style of clothes he will hare on and
even the cut of his hair. Soomner or later
W om an to .she. sgoing to meet him, nd then-wht?
r Under the present day customs, if he hap
pens to be a little bashful, or lacking In
Herself ' inihtive, be wi pp di e ot of her lil
as sddely as he came "into it.
SWhy= sWhy ould this be m Why sbould
two loving souls be allowed to wander d
into eternal loneliness?
Too many lives have been ruined, too many hearts broken bsease a
these foolish restrictions being placed an rmankinad. It is time for a
Let the women act ! Even the me themelves admit that the woman
is the better judge of the situation in matters of love, so why shoald she
be tied hand and foot in the matter of choosing her man?
Again I my it is high time for the woman to ems to the front when
her intuition calls her, and save both herself and the man who lacks the
courage to speak
Young man in the blneis wred am
always being reminded that clo spplia.
'trio to the interests of their employem I
DI iL I f always applreeiated and will be duly re
W ater warded. How olten are these promuisse
O l It seems to be the custom annwday ia
busines actes to employ a mas from the
we outside whenever tlre is a vaaney, give
Pla ins him a larger salary is given to the ean
tht have been f ait l ad give him ms
o.e .E c idratio, simply husa hb has a
'pmlL" In inay a the m am ea
must rely on the good gram ad the ad o pld s Mrrs .
T r wdrt e smen semal himea do ts mtme. Ikeed f -m.
*I - a nd- week In s , nit tmda s to mae. d oh i d m t I
NEIL CALLAHAN. - WILLIAM M.LeA
THE VICKSBURG BOILER & IRON WORKS
Boilers, Smokestacks, Breecbings and TiP
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1im TENSAS PARISH DIRECTORY.
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Sheriff-John Hughes h
to Clerk of Cou-Joseph Carry. _
Treasurer-W. M. Davldea. n
ing Parish 8=rveym,-John oh
Game Warden-Charles the
o C boer-Dr. J. 0 Lill. ny.
Health Offler-Dr. L A. aMrdock.
S Members Hose Representatves
John Murdoch sad S. W. Martie m
Members Pollee Jury.
Iltrt Ward-P. L GOthrie, otema
Second Ward-John D. FPWts. New
f Uton. 1,
Third Ward--P. H. Carey. R ao Ma
eourth Ward-Robet I4& tid
Fifth Ward-B. . MeVay, Ashwsod. Ap
of Stth War--Lois . Hunter, Wa p
Sevmenth Ward-WI. A. Register, M
C - .tea P. O. .
I Clerk-. H. Whitneyr. St. Josepah. 1
er The Pilos Jury for Teases perish e
o mets first Monday ia Mara, June, Ma
Jury. October and December. at St.
SJoseph, at 12 o'clock .
First Ward-M. W. land, Poaat 15
rise leasant. 1
out Second Ward-Robert Y. Newell. 15.
Third Ward-W. J. Steen, St Jo- to
not. Fourth Ward-P. C. Smith. Detta
Frith Ward-J. C. ants.
Sixth Ward-W. D.- A. Gorton. Wea
Be Seventh Ward-). Miller, Gold
man P. O.
Secretary Sctkootl Brd and uper
it aterdent hdeatlon - Thbeu M. I
I Wade, Neweltoe. fin
are - t
full Magistrates and Constables, on
lty First Ward- Magistrate, K. W.
Bland, Point Pleasant: constable,
Second Ward-Magistrate. Louis
Buckner, NeweStea; constable, L K.
Third Ward -Magistrate, l. '.
lNewell. St Joseph: constable, John
S Smiths, 8t. Joseph.
wr Fourth Ward-Magistrate, B. Y.
Herry, Delta Bridge: cnstabl6,
aFifth Ward-Magisttrate D. It
aler &Kelley, Ashweeod: constable,
st? -----*lllrrs cabit,--·
Wixth Ward-Magistrate, J. H. BSea
ma. Waterproot: constable, John D.
li Seveth, Ward-Magistrate, . D.
Coleman; constabl -
SMembers Parish Dmeemretle Exeou
d tive Committee.
First Ward-R. W. Nowell. Newell
d m: F. L OGthrie, Notnac P. O.
Second Ward--Lous Buckner, New
e a ton: R. T. Newell, Neweilton
Third Ward-A, B. Green, St Jo
sepht Louis Buckner Jr., t. Joseph.
Fourth Ward--R. . Lneh, New
Light: P. C Smith. Delta Brldge.
FPfth Ward-D. H. O'Kelley. Ash
hen wood; B. F. McVay, Ashwood.
Sixth Ward- -. C. Goldman, Geld
tan P. 0.: Allan Shelton, Waterproof
Seventh W#rd-D. F. Miller Gold
man; 1. D. Coleman. Highland.
At large-Joseph Curry St. Jo.
Sepb; W. Y. Davidsona St. Joseph:
.roba Hughes St. Joseph; Dr. K. B.
ScMillas, Point Pleasant; John Mur
District tr A VIdals.
Dilret Att e-Abae R Oss,
Teras of ourt--Tbhe terms a the
Distet Court1 a the pariser Teasas
p are besby ated a rotw, twLt
-a ury Tarerm-Thi.- M by 1
AMar arpil sad Osteher.
anraur : beiery. Mare, aly, r ame,
* ,y Novembr sad DeCemb~
rm ea a JesspO
)sayr-W. x. avldm.
T PI n Trusw- I I. WItba
A1edm m- Jeash CaLe, 3 F.
ty. 3 . Whem.
Rev. P H. . tatalue, pastor M. 0.
church, bolds servi at Wesls e
chapel on mnralag and aftesooss of
first Sunday1 sad at the Unioa
church, St. Joseph, on the night <o
the fr:At Ss.day and morning and
sight of the third Sunday.
Rev. Father Deogam of Vidalls ys
mars at the Catholic capel, St. Jo
seph. ones a month, fowlwI ga
*ynepeas o rem Lwa-Opem *
1. Doe---Prem Sepember to
s. Wood or smmaer DuheL-- ep.
timber 1 to March 1.
a T'lest e u IS to
S y ` l 1" ad ---nL w 1 W
4. Rier D. S-Oses 1 to
5. ootsb or !eb Wesu- tober
i bto- March IL
sh e. Geese mor la --Oe rlte 1 to
*, March IL
L 7. I--s1m 15 to Apri 1..
. Turkey (eemk eply) -
ber 1 to ALri 16.
I. Quall-lfvember 15 to Marsh
16. Rxo---dh"o.na is to Mwrh
11. Deer (buae enly)-Oetober I
1o to January 1.
IRm Lmt of gap to a ay:.
15 of all other gae birds.
a beoks, sad ot more then fve ib
F. £ A. M.
M. Masanic lodge meaes at New etem
Masoale lodge c sw at t. Joseph1
on aecod Tueday.
Have Your S t Clened sand Prmeld
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Mil, i'sDe ning.Work.
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