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THE TENSAS GAZETTE
Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teans School Board and Fifth lsiaiamaTLvee District. $1.50 Per Au
SNEW SERIES VOL. XXII. ST' JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 11 1912. NUMBER 41
trofessional Cards
Dr. L A. Murdock
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
SPhysician and Surgeon
Office on Plank Road
gPls Ph.ew 12-3; Residence 12-2
g6Uit, U. D. H. S. TRICE, M D.
Drs. Lilly and Trice
gbsms to Drs. Lilly al AJdams
Louisiana
S,. Laidin p stairs
G. H. CLINTON
Attorney-at-Law
ý lesepk Louisiana
prsetce in East Carroll, Madison,
/ Comordia and the Supreme and
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DENTIST
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first-class Work Done at Reasonable Rates
Tensas people are especially invited to visit mmy studio
Natchez Printing and Stationery Company
Printers, Publishers and Stationer.
NATCHEZ, MISS.
Orders for Work can be left at Tmmas Gazette OffIce
SA Fa4orits Steppia Place for Tenems Iople
G. sum,.. a S a Puqdsbg
Jos. W` itaker, M. D.
Physician
and Surgeon
ASHWOOD, LA.
Phone In Residence.
W. E. MONTGOMERY, M. D.
Physician and
Surgeon
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
Office and Residence-Bass House
What You Want
How You Want It
When You Want It
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at prices that are right
Women Seeks to Advance
Herself by
FlirtsUsng Dupe
by ISABELIL HATCH O'NEILL
A DISTINCTION should be made between a flirt and a coquette.
Man receives from woman about what he demands, not only
in her mental attitude toward him, but even in the details of
her attire--the wearing of tight corsets and high-heeled shoes,
at the expense of her health and her physique. If a man seeks sin
cerity and earnestness in a woman, he usually finds those qualities. Many
men grow weary of the deeper side of a woman's character. So, in order
to please and hold tilm, she uses the gifts which nature has given her.
Few men compr* the magnanimity of a woman's sacrifice, the
depth of her affections, and how her effort to please, that is, her coquetry,
is often by the means to an end-to bind more closely to her the man she
loves. Such a woman often leads a man to the gate of his inner being
and helps him to awaken and preserve the greatness and purity that lie
sleeping there.
The "flirt," on the contrary, is a destroyer, a heartless, selfish eres
ture, living like a parasite on the society to' which she contributes noth
ing, grasping all the adulation anul enjoyment within her reach, heedless
of the wounds which her acts produe. A flirt must have both physical
and mental attractions, but she need not be handsome or even pretty.
Bright and vivacious she niist be.; She must knowtow to ingratiate her
self into a man's heart, flatter.hia,, cater to all his bobbies and make
him believe that he is the one man in all the world for her. She musn
be a good listener. - Men are ler toys,-to be used according to what they
have to give-some for iie theater, others for good dinners or for what
ever they may have to bestow. The flirt seek -to advance herself socially
or financially by using her dupes to forward -herown selfih ends.
But ther are men flirts, too, mi-abundanos. How mdny women have
had to meet the disagreeable start, the ingultiig, insinuating smile of the
male flirt on the street, the cars and in other ublic places. He is quite
as dispicable a character as the woman flirt, and far more dangerous,
with his subtle, seductive flatteries, his sophistries, his plausible, beguil
ing manner--a creature to be both shunned and scorned. As long as
these monsters survive on the face of the earth, and age sllowed to glide
like poisonous serpents into the affections of -innocent and unsmmuspecting
women, just so long will women be betrayed.
The flirt, then, whether man or woman, is a subjdet of pity and can
tempt, for, although liberally endowed by nature with attributes which
might have been used to blees mankind, they forsake the good and fol-.
low the evil, abandoning themselves t
to the heartless selfishness.
Recently there was quite a diseassis
regarding girls with vanity boxes and the
rllatest thing in "doll rags," and their do
manding of their friends expensive amuse
Vanity mwh
Let me cite a pirsonal experience which
Boxes from observation is most common. There
and "Doll we two girs. One was net anmoder
ately modern in dress, intelligent and a
Rsds" good listener, the other vapid and rattle
brained, but dressed beautifully. Her only
 UAcs s , LaP rss.l. creed is dress, and she is gratified in this
because, being an only child, her parents
give their all to her. The other, being an
orphan and living on a limited income, has to be satisfied with being neat.
These two, strangely enough, were chums.
They met men who, it is said, have judgment and discerning powers.
Did they choose the plain girl ? Never. And why? For the most simple
reason--she didn't have on the latest agony. They never waited to see
whether there was any character. She was beyond the pale.
Tiring of this sort of thing, she decided to do the picture shows anad
theaters alone and stroll down side streets on Sunday afternoons whistling
to herself when no one was looking.
As this was too highly exciting, she will have to roam on where men
have a few ideas above collecting baseball pictures from fancy cigarette
boxes and whose greatest boast is the amount of "straights" they ea con
sme and still reach their own door without the aid of a pseser-by or
policeman.
I have rensd many articles publiabed ne
cently on the question "Do animals think?"
w-w and found than of interest I weold, how
ever, be more interests e ne the subject
changed to "Do human beings think?"
We look about us and see the misery and
Have sffearing caused by the ·slsshni of in
e  of dividuals and the greed of corporatiom sad
politicians, and yet we do nothing to pne
Reason? vent them from robbing ad starring us.
Do we think when we permit an em
Cr I ployer to pay a man $1.50 a day fir ten
_hours' labor td support himself and bm
ily, to buy food and clothing, to pay rent
and for other necessities ?
Are we human to allow a girl to work eight or tn hours daily, six
days a week, for $5, for doing the same work in many places that a man
receives a larger salary for doing ?
SAs an automobil;st myself and one who
has had many narrow escapes from run
D .r a ning down pedestrians and espeeially chil
E eac I dren, I would like to give my views on the
Little prevention of accidents.
If the parents of children-and espe
-e cially mothers, who are with their children
tO e more of the time-will only teach them
tO Bwhen quite small how to crss the streetsa
e and what to do in a aea of emergney
_ when alone, I am sure that many little
S~r.ak w,t P U. lives will be raved sad the older em will
_learn through the children b· t1 swm
seecidents as well.
a Parents bshould warn their children never to rm ae~reas the street,
but that when e they bhae started acros they should keep a ping sad
never turnm bak, as turning back is most osnfaing to a drivor std is in
* moat eases the me a mny aseeidanta.
NEIL CALLAMA.L WILLIAM M.IAN.
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TENSAS PARISH DIRECTORY.
Sheriff-John Hughes.
Clerk of Court-Joseph Curry.
Assessor-A. Bondurant.
Treasurer-W. M. Davidson.
Parish Surveyor-John Johnson.
Game W*rden-Charles Johnston.
Coroner-Dr. J. G. UIlly.
Health Officer-Dr. L. A. Murdock.
Members House Representatives
John Murdoch and S. W. Martien.
Members Police Jury.
First Ward-F. L Guthrie. Notnac
P. O.
Second Ward-John D. Fults, New
ellton.
Third Ward-F. H. Carry. St. Jo
seph.
Fourth Ward-Robert B. Lynch,
'ew Light
Fifth Ward-B. F. McVay, Ashwood.
Sixth Ward-Louis T. Hunter, Wa
terproof.
Seventh Ward-Win. A. ftegister,
Clayton P. O.
Clerk-R. H. Whitney. St. Joseph.
The Polloe Jury for Tetsas parish
meets first Monday in March; June,
July, October and December. at St.
Joseph, at 12 o'clock m.
School Board.
First Ward-M. W. Bland. Point
Pleasant
Second Ward-Robert Y. Newe !.
'ewellton.
Third Ward-W. J. Steen, St. Jo
8s ph.
Fourth Ward-P. C. Smith. Delta
Eridge.
Fifth Ward-J. C. Ellis.
Sixth Ward-W. D. A. Gorton, We
tarproot.
Seventh Ward-D. F. Miller, Gold
man P. O.
Sesetary School Board and Super
intendent duceation - Thomas *M.
Wade, NeweIteM.
Magietrates and Constables.
First Ward - Magistrate. M. W.
Bland, Point Pleasant; constable,
Second Ward-Magistrate. Louis
Bckner, Newellton; constable, L. K.
ualts, Newellton.
Third Ward - Magistrate. E. F.
Newell, St. Joseph: constablM, John
I. 8mith, St. Joseph.
Fourth Ward-Magistrate. B. Y.
Berry, Delta Bridge; constable.
Fifth Ward-Magistrate. D. K
OKelley, Ashwood; constable, -
rxth Ward-Magistrate, J. H. See
man, Waterproof; constable, John D
Shelton., Waterproo
Seventh Ward-Magistrate. E. D.
Colemaan; coanstabl4 -
Members Parish Democratic Execu
tive Committee.
First Ward-R.'W. Newell. Newell
'on; F. L. Outhrie. Notnae P. O.
Second Ward-Louis Butkner, New.
eliton: R. T. Newell, Neweliton
Third Ward-A. E. Green. Rt. Jo
seph: Louis Buckner Jr., St. Joseph.
Fourth Ward-R. B. Lynch. New
Light: P. C. Smith. Delta B-idge.
Fifth Ward-D. H. O'Kelley, Ash
wood: B. P. McVay, Ashwood.
Sixth Ward--G. C. Goldnnu. Gold
man P. O.: Allan Shelton, Waterpronf
Seventh Ward-D. F. Miller. Gold
,oan; E. D. Coleman, Highland.
At Large-Joseph ('rrv. Pt Jo
4eph: W. M. Davidson. St. Jo*rph:
.rohn HFughes. St. Joseph; Dr. K. B.
WcMillan, Point Pleasant; John ?lur
doch, Neweflton.
District Court.
Districet Jud g - Vala.
SDistrict Attorney-Abner E. Green,
St. .Tosepb.
Terms of Coart-Tbe terms of the
District Court in the parish of TvIa'
Sare hereby fixed a follows, towtt:
oury Terms-Third Moadays tin
April and October.
Cirtl Terme--Thlrd Mosmays in
Sfannuary, February, )aeh. MILy, Jne,
SJuly, November sad Deeembe'.
Tom of St Jeseph.
Maylr--W. hi. Davidso.
Clert--Abner ,. Oreen.
, Town Treasuer--R 9. Whltaiy
Aldermen - Joseph Curry, B P.
veufn. Jean5 Iawensr Jr., Osear
lary, U. J. WaWoo.
med meets Bret Tuestn se. ir
seart at ersee at .be as
Religious Notices.
Rev. P. H. Fonrtalae, pastor M. E.
church, holds- services at Wesley
chapel on morning and afternoon of
first Sunday. and at the Union
church, St. Joseph, on the night of
the first Sunday and morning and
night of the third Sunday.
Rev. Father Degnan of Vidalia says
mass at the Catholic chapel St. Jo
seph, once a month, following an
nouncement.,
Synopels of Game Laws-Open Sea
son.
1. Doves-From September 1 to
March 1.
2. Wood or Summer Ducks-Sep
tember 1 to March 1.
3. Teal Ducks-September 15 to
April 1.
4. River Ducks-October 1 to
March 15.
5. Coots or Poale D'eau-October
I to March 15.
6. Geese or Brant-October 1 to
March 15.
7. Snipe-September 15 to April 1.
8. Turkey (cocks only)-Novem
ber I to April 15.
9. Quail-November 15 to March
15. -
10. Robins-November 15 to March
15.
11. Deer (bucks only)-October 1
to .anuary 1.
Limit of Bags in a Day:
25 ducks.
15 of all other game birds.
2 bucks, and not more than five In
a season.
F. & A. M.
Masonic lodge meets at Newellton
first Wednesday.
Masonic lodge meets at t. Joseph
on second Tuesday.
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