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THE TENSAS GAZETTE
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o te Publishiag Cospay, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of TeIas School Board aud Fith L.iiam Leve Ir $.5 P. Amm
NEW SERIES VOL. XXII. ST' JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 18 1912. NUMBER 42
f essonal Cards
r. L A. Murdock
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
PAysician and Surgeon
#ffic en Plank Road
pI Pn 12.3; Rdlesnce 12-2
i LT. . . n. s. TRICE,   .
Lilly and Trice
ns itos Drs. Lly ad Adam
G. H. CLINTON
Attorney-at-Law
26 F6 L.Luisana
S bis East Carroll Madie..,
C.ac.rdia and the Supremem and
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DENTIST
WIOK. LOUISANAd
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Can frish at one. Ord.rs received by .are or otheruie.
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eweflton, - Louisiana
H. C. Norman
Photograph Studio
524 ACain SL, Natchez, 'Ciss
rst-class Work Done at Reasonable Rates
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Orders for Work can b left at Teams Gaette Office
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C.MQ IT, ., D s P.mtts
Jos. Whitaker, M. D.
Physician
and Surgeon
ASHWOOD, LA.
Phne 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
For sayduinag i the
6e of prn cmee
to us and wel gust
anteie you saIdtor work
at porices that are right
NI
Tagging Tax for Sin-le e
Men Is Being
Bachelors Urged Instead
Tu
By MOLLIE BROWN. San Francisco
Va
U NDOUBTEDLY the men who first wore buttons advocated
matrimony and wishedl for a wife. The old time bachelor but
tons were essential to dignity and comfort and were not more- P1
ly a tag of eligibility.
Mrs. Frank Page, society leader of ('ambridge, Mass., blossomed forth
and stated that a bachelor button (indicating freedom from matrimonal
strife) should be worn on the coat lapel.
I doubt the advisability of tagging the dear boys who enjoy single a
blessedness.
What good would it do? It would not increase their usefulness, nor
add to their popularity. Bachelor ensigns would probably mean, in the
words of the old songs: "I'm Glad I'm Free" or "Darling, I Am Wait
ing for Thee," according to the viewpoint.
Some financiers say: "l)on't tag the bachelors, but tax them." VI
That is a thieving proposition and only married folks would sanction it.
The world needs bachelors--men and women-and they look good
and do good without the label. TE
If there must needs be tagging done, I suggest that we tag the
married man with a sign so large that "he who runs may read." he
I don't think that bachelors pose as married men, but married men
often pose as bachelors when seeking their soul mates. Tr
Some sympathetic, well intentioned persons
might say that a man encumbered or blessed (as the Co
ease might be) with a wife and family has tags He
enough. But is it not reasonable to suppose that any Me
married man could carry the extra weight of a tag
or button, bearing the warning: "Girls, I am not
free, there are other tags on me." r
Put a label on bachelors? Perish the thought. p. a
A tag would embarrass those worthy bipeds. i B
Remember this is leap year, and all liberty lov- '
ing bachelors cherish the inspired words of Patrick Tp
Henry: "Give me liberty or give me death." Pu
.ew
PH
It is well known that many men are not S1
paid salaries that compensate them for the trpi
People time they devote to businees, yet the ques- Cas,
pzeop e tion in this time of strong competition is Ci
M ust Live not how much the position is worth, but
to find the best man to fill it at the lowest Jab
ithin salary. les,
Their Nevertheless, when a couple is forced to
hei resort to taking roomers despite a salary
M eans of $95 a month there must be a leak some- rP
where. People of today live in too e- Fles
' I ByLSleClashesII. . pensive apartments, many men on this sal- 9
ary paying as high as $40 a month, instead T
of renting a four or five room stove heated aspb
fiat for half that amount, and the difference set aside for homes of their r
own. Pt
Again, our men and women are both clothes and amusement "mad." st:
They crave and want everything new and the best in wearing apparel. taP
Theaters and clubs must be indulged in, and what is the result? The Be
take so much of their salary that the laws of God and nature must be se
broken and they refuse to bring children into the world. Inte
Now, what is the result of this? Ill health and divorce stad out Wad
most prominent.
Rather than live in less pretentious apartments and wear last season's
garments, of course a little old style in cut, but just as warm and comfort- Bt
able, and shut themselves out of society for a season or more, they put out -
of their lives God's greatest blessing, children.
Until our people learn that a salaried man cannot live like a million- p
aire and that the laws of God and nature must be obeyed this great evil
of divorce will not cease.
Si
Critics harp on the unlovely voices of We
women, but what about the men's? For -
Teachinstance, a smile flitted acres the face of
Severy waiting traveler when the guard -
Youm d called the trains in a Chicago depot the
other day. I st within fire feet of him
hand not one station could I understand, a
to Talk but he made up for his lack of clearness Cole
by the huge volume of noise. It almost
Plainly seemed as though he did it purposely. I
never heard such a jmnble before. p
S mLt Ralph Herz in "The Charity Girl" 'un
__ gives a 6fine sample of the railway guard.
It is not at all overdrawn. T
And listen to the voices of yonng boys. One talks through his nose sep
-"adenoids," comments the doctor. Another overgrown boy pipes in a
tiny treble all head tones. Another chops off his words so fast you never
can tell whether he is saying something or has swallowed a fish bone. wo
The fault lies with the parents and teachers. They shonld teach s
children to breathe properly and then insist on clear enunciation. One 'a
plainly spoken word is better than a dozen slovenly ones. raa
Boys should be taught the possibilities of their pent up voices. LetI A
them exercise their voices as well as their muscles., eP
It is easier to prevent than correct an acquired habit .
3 To be convinced just listen to the average man's voice. . doe
SLet the boy alone. His father and moth- n
er should join their interests in other I
things, working together and keeping up a t
OO continuous flow of bight conversation. M,
Advice They should join forees in beautifying the are
home and surroundingi and their own per
for Any > anai appearance
Y U Talk T of your flowers, your home or of a
O current events. Choose governmental quea.
M other tions or the abundant blesings of the pre
ent year--lways something along develop
SL. I. a Sel Is. ing lines. Speak always with enthusiasm and
Sabiding interest. Let your ton ever a- -
pressm faith and sinosrity in the moaem d
the best things ad in a spirit that dares to aim for moear asng tese
,I 1
NEIL CALLAMAM. WILLIAM MaAN.
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VICKIBURQ MIMSIPPL.
TENSAS PARISH DIRECTORY.
Sheriff-John Hughes. .
Clerk of Court-Joseph Curry. ei
Assessor-A. Bondurant.
Treasurer-W. M. Davidson.
Parish Survey ohn Johnson. cl
Game Warden-Charles Johnston. ti
Coroner-Dr. J. G. Lilly. n
Health Officer-Dr. L. A. Murdock.
Members House RepresentaUtive
John Murdoch and 8. W. Marties. m
a4
Members Pollee Jury.
First Ward-F. L Guthrle, Notnac
P. O.
Second Ward-John D. ailts, New.
'lton.
Third Ward-F. H. Carry, SL Ja- h
mph.
Fourth Ward-Robert B. Lynch, to
New Light.
Fifth Ward-B. F. MeVay. Ashwood.
Sixth Ward-Louis T. Hunter, Wa
terproof.
Seventh Ward-Wn. A. Register,
Clayton P. O.
Clerk-- . H. W~tney. St. Joseph.
The Police Jury for Tenses parish
meets first Monday ti March, June, h
July, October and December, at St.
Joseph, at 12 o'clock m.
b
School Board.
First Ward-M. W. Bland. Pointat 1
Sleasant.
Second Ward-Robert Y. Newe,!. 1
Fewellton.
Third Ward-W. J. Steen. St. Jo- t
sph.
Fourth Ward-P. C. Smith. Delta
I rldge.
Fifth Ward-J. C. Ellis.
Sixth Ward-W. D. A. Gorton, Wa- a
terproot
Seventh Ward-D. F. Miller. Gold
man P. O.
Secretary School Board and Super
intendent Education - Thomas M.
Wade, Newelltos. f
Magistrate and Censtablee. a
First Ward - Magistrate, M. W.
Bland, Point Pleasant; constable,
Second Ward-Magistrate. Louls
Buckner, Newellton; constable, L. K.
FuIlt, Newellton.
Third Ward - Magistrate, E. .
Newell, St Joseph: constable, John
K. Smitba, 8t. Joseph.
Fourth Ward-Magistrate. B. Y
Berry, Delta Bridge: constable,
Fifth Ward-Maistrtae, D. HL
lYKelley, Ashwood; constable, -
Sixth Ward-Magistrate. J. H. Sea
man, Waterproof; constable, John D.
Shelton, Waterprool.
Seventh Ward-Magistrate, E. D
Coleman; constable,
Me bers Parish Demooratic Execu
tive Committee.
First Ward-R. W. Newell. Newell
-on: F. L. Onthre, Notnae.P. O.
Second Ward- louis Buckner. New
ellton: R. Y. Newell. Newellton
Third Ward-A. E Green. St. Jo
sepb: Louis Buckner Jr.. St. Joseph.
Fourth Ward-R. B. . Lynch. New
Light: P. C. Smith, Delta Bridge.
Fifth Ward-D. H. O'Kellev. Ash
wood; B. F. McVay, Ashwood.
Sixth Ward-G. C. Goldman. Gold
man P. O.; Allan Shelton, Waterproof
Seventh Ward-D. F. Miller. Gold
rman: F. D. Coleman, Highland.
At Large-Joseph Curry, St. .To
meph: W. M. Davidson. St. Joseph:
fohn Hughes. St. Joseph: Dr. K. B.
Tfelillan, Point Pleasant: John Mur
doch. NeweTrton.
District Court.
District Jud- g - Vidalta
District Attorney-Abner E. 3reen,.
St. Josepb.
Terms of Court-The term of the
District Court In the parish of Tensaq
are hereby flired as follows, to-wit:
Jury Terms-Third Mondays in
April and October.
Civil Termt-Thtrd Moadays Ia
Tanuary, February, Mareb, May, sme,.
July, November and December.
Town e St. Jeeh.
tavor--W. M. Devideo.
Clerk-Abner U Or ee
Tows Treasrer-a I . Whituel
SAldereen -Jmeph Curry, 3 F.
roung, Isls buetlr Jr, Ose
, evy, a . WJtmes
Doard meet* trst Tussel Ia ws
,mets at Iat th uM., ar
rwtlillbjl~lS
Religious Notices.
Rev. P. H. Fontaine, pastor M. F.
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 Vidalsa says
mass at the Catholic chapel, St. Jo
seph, once a month, following an
nouncement.
Synopel ef Same Laws-Open Sea
seaon.
1. Doves-From September 1, to
March 1.
L Wood or Summer Ducks-Sep
tember 1 to March 1.
3. Teal Ducks-September i1 to
April 1.
4. River Ducks--October 1 to
March 15.
5. Coots or Poale D'eau-Octobr
1 to March 15.
. Geese or rant-Oetobkr 1 to
March 15.
7. Snipe-September 15 to April 1.
3. Turkey (cocks only)-Novem
ber I to April 15.
9. Quall-November 15 to March
15.
10. Robins-November 16 to March
15.
11. Deer (bucks only)--October
to January 1.
Limit of Bags In a Day:
25 ducks.
15 of all other game birds,.
2 bucks, and not more than five it
a season.
F. A. M.
Masonic lodge meets at Newellton
first Wednesday.
Masonic lodge meets at . Jqseph
o0 second Tuesday.
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Have Your Suit Cleaned and Pressed
WHILE YOU WAIT AND REST
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Reading .Matter
The home esws the dongs of the peo8l in (hO
town; the goip d oar own oommunity, thet's
te rst ld ra din matter you wet. It is
mn lamprtant, M iteresting to you tham
that ies by the paper r maasM freea a
htbw world. I t Ies the m t * matter
you so- buy. Each iam if hs pop ives
to e just bat you wI coasider
ib dMatter
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a_ rispc, U..... .t w. ao..
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sLe to tr.i.t rAin
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TRADE MORAL-Jean of Are
was the only woman earth
able to resist a bargain adver*
tisement-and she's dead. If
you've got a bargain in some
dting, advertise t to the wew
an folks in this pape.
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