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ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA.
8SOQCRNPTWY0U'P VARY .5
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1912.
THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN AND
We publish below a letter from
State National Committeman Rob't.
Ewing, which explains itself, and
we wish to call the attention of our E
readers to the fact that it takes e
money to run a National Campaign. B
Without money the National Cam
paign can do nothing, and it is im
possible to get the necessary funds
to properly finance the campaign, o0
unless the Democrats throughout ti
the country will aid by subscribing
some small amount.
A dollar from each Democrat in ti
the country would be more than is
necessary, but there are thousands t
or hundreds of thousands who do h
not feel able to give even this small h
amount, but those who are able li
should be willing to contribute some- o
thing-% dollar or two anyway-to a
help out in the great work. 8
It looks like Governor Wilson is a
sure to be elected, but many a bat- h
tle has been lost by over-confider.ce b
and for want of amunition.
Don't let this be true of the pres
ent battle. We urge upon our peo
ple to help elect the next President
by contributing to the fund now be
ing raised by the Waterproof Enter
priqe, or :send your contributions to
the Enterprise. Subscribe now, don't
put it off or it may be too late.
The letter from National Com
mitteeman Ewing follows:
DIxOCATnIC NATIONAL CoMMrrrT,
Chicago,Oct. 7, 1912. J
Dsan 8m-The Democratic National
Oommittee desires to call your attention
to a recent statement issued by Henry
Morgenthan, Chairman of the General
FinaneeCommittee. This statement shows
that so far the comparatively small
amount of $298,750 has been ontribnut
ed to the Democratic campaign fund. It
states, also, that an additional $750,000
will be required to pay the legitimate ex
penses to the elose of the campaign.
This statement would indicate that the
Democratic party is troubled with an un
umual complaint--that of over-confidence.
There is an universal feeling that we
are going to win anyway, and that, there
fore, there is no need of a campaign
To meet this extraordinary situation
the National Committee is compelled to
look to the loyal Democratic preas of the
country. We urge you, therefore, to re
double your efforts in behalf of popular
So far, according to Mr. Morgsenthau's
statement, 17,116 individuals have con
tributed to the aempaign fund. The Ns
tional Committee is ambitious to increspe
this to 100,000. I am sure this can be
accomplished with the concerted help of
the Democratic editors. Can we count
on you? Will yon aid us personally as
well as through the columns of your pa
If this over-condence lasts until elec
tion day, the result will be that thousands
of Democrats will remain away from t',e
polls. Upon you and your fellow editors
in agreat measure rests the responsibil
Ity of aroesing enthudsasm' ad stirring
the mams of Democratic voters to con
tribute and to action on November 5th.
Yours very truly,
Chairman Paw Contributions Burau.
The Tax Reform Amendment
means an additional revenue to the
public schools of the State of at least
20,000.00 per annum.
The Tax Reform Amendment
means the doing away with all
State licenses except on such classes
of business s fall within the do
main of the Police Power.
Tbhe Tax Reform Amendment
means doing away with the parish
or municipal license upon all trades,
ocumpations, or qllings involving
the personal skill or labor of the in
The Tax Reform Amendment will
give Tenesm parish a revenue of
more than 69,000 in excess of pres
ent revenues, or, if the people pre
fer, the revenues can be kept as they
are at present and the rate of taxa
tion rduced about three mills.
People of Tenslas, do you know
that William J. Bryan, the Demo
omratic andidate for the Presidency
four yesu ago, maid that Tenses
Sparish contributed more money to
* the National Campaignm fund of that
yemr, in pmroportion to the number
of voters, than any other section of
the United Statst
Well, he did. Why should we
e beep rp this good rsecord? Many
am able to su~bsorbe from two to
Le dollrs, whibh: will emily make
up Bor those who do not fel able
to ,saterbet ,al.
Sea pur suborlpao to the Wa
turplae C tsrrise or the Team
Published by the Students of St. Joseph High School
Contents `" ""a °(" Illustrations Cloar oUr ey3 an., think ofI |he P|:tt.
Content s d ee. the Pretent, and antic.ipat, the Future
My character may be tay own, but my reputation belongs to
any old body that eqnoys goseiping more than telling the truth
Editorial Staff. to
Editor ........... Nola Grifley-Class '14
Asi't. Editor.... Mabel Rowan--Clase' 14 w
.e) ..... Elise Haslip-Class '14
Reporters ..Edwin Blanche--Claee '14 I
Bus. Mgr. ... James F. Curry--Clas '13 el
There is something in the human econ- t}
omy that seems to require the co-opera- al
tion of mind and hands. Work that is
done with the hands may be considered ni
a drudgery and avoided, or it may be 4
made a useful mode of expressing one's e
A young girl, who had been raised in sl
the lap of luxury, was allowed to regard
housework as drudgery. She was per
haps a little proud of the fact that she
had never done any house-work in her el
life. One day her mother was sick ; their
cook was gone and she was obliged to do b
all the work. She studied her cook-book, f
got the meals, washed the dishes and did
enough of the cleaning to get tired occa- g
sionally. A new thrill of life went through tl
her. She was happier than she had ever a
Many girls have felt the philosophy of a
this without having it thrust upon them.
It is reassuring to observe how experi- I
ence eventually teaches the few what the
many have already known.
A. Bur 's Story
"You wouldn't dare," was the chal- 1
lenge of Cecil Beck. "Burglary is a trade, I
and you don't understand it. Besides,
it requires nerve."
A jimmy' that had been left by a bouse
breaker in Cecil's residence, had given
rise to the wager that I could break into
- any rich man's house and steal any ob- I
ject of value, between ten thirty and one
U o'clock of that night.
I went into an adjoining room, put on a
a black silk mask and a long cost, and
e possessed with the jimmy, I started out.
I was in a quandary as to where I should
do my stealing, when all at once I re
d membered having passed a beautiful lit
Stie suburban villa by the name of Para
" dise. It just caught my fancy to steal
I got into my runabout an4 sped along
0 until I reached the darkened villa. I
e went to a side window, and as I tried to
prise it open, my heart pounded furious
r ly, despite the experience of many days
spent in the jungles. When I finally did I
get the window open, I went in but left o
the jimmy on the sill. I first entered a
' richly furnished drawing room, but as I
e saw nothing there that would serve my
e purpose to steal, I went on until I came I
Sto a door in the dark. Turning a knob 4
It noiselessly, I entered a dimly Jighted li
" brary. There, with her head on a read
- ing table, sat a young girl, sobbing con
c- I was dumfounded, and at a loss to
know what to do. Her sobs grew louder
:and louder, until I could stand it no
" longer. I jerked off my mask, and went
il- up to her, putting my hand on her head,
1 though I certainly was aware that my
- act was unpardonable.
b. "What is the matter?" I said, "Ypu
seem to he in trouble." Instead of
screaming, she looked up with wide, tear
washed eyes, and, I suppose, because I
Ot looked more like a gentleman than a
burglar, she seemed re-assured and gave
the astonishing answer: "I wanted to go
IN THE WAKE OF THE FLOOD
AND OTHER INSECTS SPREADING SICK.
NESS AND DISEASE.
A EST mE t IY T TI FAYL t ST EE.
Priem u Ws.glrlues Screes Doors and
Widows, Srooeen Wire asdl materials used
l .creoi.g pErwj s Iroaed upon applicatio.
Remember, we carry in stock at all times a
well assorted stock of Bridge Flooring. Also
a general line of House Building Material.
Special prices on car load lots
E. A. ENOCHS,
P. O. Box No. 6 NATCHEZ, MISS.
Guns - Sporting Goods g
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At the Lowest Market Price for Sale by
LOUE S HOFFTAN erl
to the ball. All of thetm went to the Cul- h
len ball but me, and I wanted to go very ti
"The Cullen ball!" That was the place
I was to meet Cecil with my stolen psop- a
erty. I loathed the whole purse proud fi
crowd. I told her so.
"But the dancing," she cried, "and I
the flowers and lights! I'm just crazy t
about dancing any way."
"Poor little Cinderella," I said. "My
name is Angel," she retorted, "Angel p
Morland." I saw that here was one per
son who didn't know the story of Cin- I
derella, so I told her the pretty tale, and i
'ghed and wished for some fairy
other to come down and take her
I had already made up my mind that
she should go with me, so I told her to
get ready at once. She ran off and came
back dressed in white, looking like a I
flash of sunlight.
We sneaked out of the house like two
guilty mortals, and reached the auto in
the darkness. We sped away and arrived
at the Cullen ball at exactly twelve
o'clock. We were actually at the ball,
and I looked down at my companion to
note her expression. Her cheeks were
like roses: her eyes blazed. I looked
across the room, and saw Angel's aunt,
Mrs. Moreland, petrified with astonish
ment and anger. I knew I would have
to go and make peace with her.
After I had waltzed with Angel, and
had introduced her to a few insistent
friends, I went to report to Cecil.
"I have won my wager," I said. Cecil
looked at me in utter unbelief. "I can
prove it," I declared, and I told him all
that had happened. "Of all the nerve!"
he cried. So you broke into Paradise!"
I nodded. "That jimmy is there now,"
I said. "But the swag?" demanded Ce
cil. "You were to steal something of
"I did, I stole an Angel." **
*An implement employed by men of
acquisitive nature, who cannot afford
seats on the Stock Exchange.
.A heavenly ineligible with wings and
a harp or an earthly eligible with money
and a heart.
A eer Mistda e
Lo II. .
Some time ago I was making my first
visit to New Orleans. I had been in the
city but two days. The place was strange
to me and I knew few people there. One
of my pleasures was walking down Canal
s Street, looking at the displays in the
Iwindows and the stores.
On one of these excursions, while
Sstanding at the show window of a jewel
b ery store, I saw a span looking at me
very intently. He was at some distance,
but as he drew nearer his gaze continued
until it became annoying. I walked into
the store, hoping to avoid him, but be
fore I could get any one to wait on me,
I became conscious of being watched, and
o turning saw this same man eyeing me
i closely, and writing down something in
, a book.
y I hastily left the store, and had walked
rapidly two. blocks when this shadow of
a mine followed. He caught up with me
f and passed down the street to a group
- of men, among whom was a policeman.
I He talked very rapidly and made gestures
a toward me. He and the officer came back
' up the street. The policeman held up his
Scnlub to halt me and said I was to follow
hin a. quietly as Ipnsibtl. I thi n'zht I et
to offer no resistance, for Ihe was larger
than 1, and hatl lthe law foir his auntlhority.
When we gut to the plicet station, I
asked what crimen I hart lia'n arreste',l
for. lie said that for three days detect
iv\~ had elaen looking for me. I was \W.
11. P'itman, the man who had stohlen ive
thontaln dollars from thei New O)rleans
National Bank several nights ltfioin.
I assured him I ws inmtent ani, I"
gan to laugh at the queer mistak,; hbut it
was of no use for me to talk to hie., for
hlie knew he had hi, man. Then I real
ized that ml y ".shalolu" ' l~a a idttetite.
Behind the prison Iars I Q.sttnt four mit
wretchelly int i f rco talt day-, I.f,,re, I
could get my trial. Frtune fautreid aie
at last, for I gainedl the sp.plathl i, and
services of two able lawyers, \VaWie hot
Jordan, who extricateiid me frim mtoy atn
barras ing situation. They wanted to put
in a claim for damages for to for t wing
wrongfully and tortunnly Iheld by city
otlicials. I was contented tit I the ( li.sn
the experience had tauelt me, and re
solvedI the next timie I should appear
strange in a strange city. ill ordelr ti a'oidl
Sbeting mistaken for a bank rubber I would
dress in sick cloth and ashes.
I M. D.
t Class '20
1y cat is named ($\vera. laimitioa
nanme'I her for the Spatnish ('aptaili, for
she bore the 'Spanish ctlors, black, white
and yellow. She is~ my onily. ret, anit the
Son!y ,one I have ever hadI. She io a- old
as I aun. Cevera is going blilnd in ionei
eye. Milmnna thinks it is what tlhey call
a cataract. I hope she will nott _, blindl
in hboth eyes.
\nlean-The (Olymtpian bIlaiktith. I
witi always has his hatmmer with him.
buti not all xwho carry hallllers are
Mercutry--('eletial ine sentger by, who
wore wings on his shos and knew how
"to get there" in a hurry. Now they all
wear hobbies, and never exetul the slpeIed
limit in a public thorough-fare.
Adnoids-A he.Iautiful youth. I leI
by Venus, and killed by a boar.
Bores have been the dieath i f ut. :
e A nunmber of our mwttlluers took in the
j Floating Palace, the tirst of the' seasot).
e Reports were: "A good time."
e Miss Hattie Lynch and brother, Mr.
Robert Lynch, will slttim the wteek-etnd
e with their aunlt in Netwelltn.
d Misses Netterville and IHow:tln arespend
O ing the day with Mrs.. .Nt'terville, near
d Miss Griffey will attend the dance Fri
e day night. She will be the guest of Miss
d Long distance makes the heart grow
)f fonder and subpcenas cause palpitation.
P Wire flashes were heard from New O)r
º. leans this week. Were they fromt Dan
Cupid? Ask Mr. Scott.
is A delightful program was rendered last
n I Friday )by the Round Tabhle ociety.
Remaining In the St. Joseph Post Odice for
week ending October 12. 1912.
.--.-. * e.--.
Brown, Ollie Lewis, Elizaheth
Cantal, Ellen McDutflie, Purley
Carter, Dennis Wilhberry, R. F.
Davis, Hattie Watson, Gieorge
Persons callintag for the abshove letters will
please say "Advertised," and ean procure
same by paying one cent for each letter.
L 1IEISU. P. .
Notice to the Pabic,
"CYPRESS GROVE" l posted agaist aU
HUNTING, PFISHING, TRAPPING, and'
GENERAL TRESPASSING, INCLUDING
8. A. WINTERTON. Lessee.
SOTICE Is hereby given that all cotton con
aIned to the Compress Company will be in
sured against loss by fire whIle in store, en
less otherwlae duly advlsed.
W. U. DAVIDsOI, hredeot.
Br. Jos·rl, LA., Oct. 10, 1912.
SALE.SMEN WANTED to look after
our interest in Tensas and adjacent par
ishes. Salar or commission. Addrese
LINCOLN OIL CO., Cleveland, O.
STATEMENOT REillE IT PSTAL lUA
Statemnent of the ownership, lmanlage
ment, eirculation, etc., of the Tensas (Ga
zette, published weekly, at St. Joeph,
La., required by Act of August 24, 1cl12.
Editor, Business Manager and Pub
lisber-Joesah P. Scott, St. Joseph, La.
Individual owner-Joisiah P. Scott, St.
Known bondhoklers, mortgagees, anad
other security holders-None.
[dLstc.]n JOSIAH P. SCOTT.
Sworn to and subscheribed before me this'
10lth day of October, 1912.
Bal) E. F. NEWELL,
dy. Clerk & Ex-Ofieio Notary Public.
(My eomtnion epir ma ne, 1916. )
ROAD TAX UST---(Cti L.)
Dickens, John, Glade.
Davis, Gus, Gla e
Douglass, Sullivan, Highland.
Donald, Geo., Ilighiand.
I'ixon, Geo., Elders ade.
,)arris, Johnson, Hclly Ridge.
I arris, Darris, Arguyle.
Darris, Sam, Arguyle.
Donald, Dennis, Richland.
I)onald, Dock, Richland.
D)onald, Howard, Eureka.
Da\ is, Samson, Eureka.
Dlavis, Joe, Wavertree.
D)avis, Lum, Wavertree.
l)aniel, Mingo, Wavertree.
Ellis, James, Oakdale.
Ellis, Tillman, Ookdale.
Evans, Sun, Loamland.
E:llis, Lige, Montitcello.
Evans, Joseph, Anderson.
Entries, Wilson, Anderson.
Finey, Alex, Tullonig.
Ford, Geo., First Lick.
Freeland, Mose, Richland.
Ferguson, Nathan, Stillwater.
Frazier, Alfred, Pecano.
Gardner, Geo., Highland.
(riffin, Madison, Jr., Monticello.
Gregory, Oscar, Richland.
(trifling. Theo., Eureka.
;Green, Harrison, Montclover.
clover, Tom, Wavertree.
Gaines, Will, Wavertree.
(:lisetr, Ben, Wavertree.
Gilbert, Mose, Wavertree.
Goff, Tom, Wavertree.
Gilbert, John, Sundown.
Gilbert, Sam, Sundown.
(Glassco, Clabe, Troy.
Gardner, Tony, Bell Ella.
llumphrey, Wilber, La Trove.
Henry, Joe, Loamland.
Holmes, Isom, Scotland.
Holmes, Nelson, Tullonia.
Howard, Ed, Highland.
Howard, Green, Highland.
Holmes, Horace, Eldershade.
lioneywood, Levy, Richland.
Henry, Tim, Montclover.
Harris, Annias, Montclover.
Harris, Joshua, Newtonia.
I loward, Warren, Wavertree.
llawkins, Anthony, Wavertree.
hlenry, Silas Jr., Wavertree.
Hlill, Tom, Wavertree.
lill, Geo., Wavertree.
Wavertree, Ike, Wavertree.
Ingraham, Chas., Monticello.
Jones, Henry, Alphenia.
Jefferson, Joe, Le Trove.
Johnson, Leroy, Live Oak.
James, Freeman, Monticello.
Jones. C rter, Richland.
Jordon, Hillery, Monticello.
Jones, Richard, Monticello.
Jones, Sherman, Monticello.
.'ones, John, Monticello.
Johnson, Jesse, Dona.
Johnson, Seasons, Dona.
Johnson, Wash, Newtonia.
Jackson, Wash, Belle Ella.
King, Robt, Le Trove.
Kirk, Tony, Montclover.
I,ee, Dock, Alphenia.
Lindsay, Will, Peytonia.
Lewis, Lee, Highland.
Lewis, Baker. Highland.
Lusk, Geo., Arguyle.
Lee, Ben, Anderson.
Lee, Knapper, Montclover.
lee, Jim, Montclover.
Lewis, Bob, Newtonia.
Lucus. Jim, Wavertree.
Lee, Ike, Sundown.
Lightfoot, Sam, Troy.
McPherson, Dan, Glendale.
McGraw, Dan, Glendale.
Moore, Willis, Loamland.
Miller, .1. B., Highland.
Miller, R. B., INghland.
McGraw, Wilton, Highland.
M•\ck, Chrales, Helena.
McGraw, Ernest, Gum.
Mason, John, Montclover.
Moore, John, Montclover.
Mack, John, Montclover.
Moore, Arthur, Dona.
M:ssay, Mose, Gretna Green.
Moore, Walter, Stonewall.
Morgan, Henry, Newtonla.
Matthews, Archie, Newtonia.
Morris, Alex, Wavertree.
Morris, Mose, Wavertree.
Morgan, Nathan, Wavertee.
Mitchell, Mose, Belle Ella.
Miles, Henry, Belle Ella.
Norris, Cornelius, Dona.
r Nook, Maurice' Wavertree.
Owens, Frank, Gum.
Price, Charle., Gum.
Parker, Sam, Anderson.
Parker, Tom, Anderson.
Robinson, Corneal, Holly Ridge.
Rodgers, Charles, Gum.
Rodgers, Wallace, Pecano.
Rollins, Ed Jr., Newtonia.
Robinson, Mauric, Wavertree.
Robinson, Geo., Wavertree.
Robinson, Charles, Wavertree,
Robinson, Will, Wavertree.
Skinner,. Jim, Tulonia.
Sltth, Peter, Highland.
Street, Will, Highland.
Shad, Laurence, Dixie.
BScott, Wilkinson, Gum.
Scott, Isalisah, Gum.
Scott, Prince, Gum,
Strange, Ed Jr., Wtvertree.
Strange, Annias, Wavertrea
Strange, Sam, Wavertre.
Stafford, Tom Jr., Wavertree.
Smith, John, Sundown.
Scott, Tilton, Belle Ella
Scott, Phil, Belle Ella.
Scott, Holmes, Belle Ella
Thomas, Bill, Highland.
Thomas, Jesse, Highland.
' Thomas, Henry, Highland.
Turner, Mose, Montelover.
Turner, Henry, Dixie.
Trap, Tom, RichlMand.
Taylor, Wmin., Richland.
Thompson, Sam, Pecano.
Trevan, Bolden, Newtonia.
STaylor, Ben, Wavertree.
STaylor, Lous, Wavertree.
Veal, Isaiah, Montclover.
Vessel, Henry, Wavertree.
- Williams, Sam, Oakdale.
Wilson, Richard, Alphenia.
Walker, Jim, Glendale.
Walker, Elliott, Glendale.
SWatson, Andrew, La Trove.
Williams, Milton~ ,cotland.
Witcher, Columbus, Highland.
Warfield, Solomon, Highland.
Warfleld, Andrew, Highland.
Williams, Grant, Eldershad.
Wade, Jim, Eldershad.
Washington, Garfleld, Monticello.
Williams, Leopold, Monticello.
Wyley. Sildney, Gum.
antei l to By-Pecs
ANY SIZE and QUANTITY
I wish to state that I am in the
market for PECANS and will bnj
innywhere on rail or river, large or
lmrll she, in lage or small quantities
s: C. I. DAIDE, Agt.,
I. o. ex. .e. as
- T. IOERP ,--- LA.
Walker, Louis, Gum.
Williams, Watkins, tillwatre.
Webb, Eraest, Does
Webb, Bam, Dear.
Williams, Ligs, retas Grees.
Williams, Walter, Gretna Green.
Williams, Jackson, Gretan Green.
Wyly, Ben, Pecans. T
Wyly, Sam, Pecano.
Walker, Nora, Pecano.
Walker, Mose, Pecado. A
Waters, Will, Wavertree. J
Waters, Sooter, Wavertreea
Williams, Pake, Wavertree.
Wood, Gillum, Wavertree. C
Walker, John, Wavertree.
Wellington, John, Wavertree. '
Walker, General, Troy.
Warren, Esekill, Troy.
Webb, Houston, Belle Ella.
Williams, Ben, Tullonia.
Sheriff A Ex-Officio Tax Collector of I
Teases Parish, La.
St. Joseph, La., Oct. 18, 1912.
Mrs. C. C. Knowles spent Friday I
in St. Joseph.
Mrs. W. R. Baker and Mrs. Geo.
H. Dorsey went to Natchez, this
Mr. A. E. Green, accompanied
by his valet, Louis Smith, returned
this week frmthree months visit
to the ozone belt, near Covington, I
Ia. Mr. Green is looking very well
and says he feels very much im-.
Mr. Thos. M. Wade, Jr., accom
panied his mother to New Orleans,
week, where Mrs. Wade underwent
an operation, which was most suc
cessful. This will be most agreeable
news to her many friends, who hope
soon to see her back with them
again, restored to her former good I
Mr. W. W. January, of Memphis,
was a business visitor to St. Joseph
this week. Mr. January is a native
of this town, and a son of the late
Mr. W. W. January, who was for I
years one of our most prominent
citizens, and who left here in 1889.
His son returned this week to find
many of his boyhood friends still
left to remember him, and by whom
he was most cordially received.
Markle's show-boat "Golden Rod"
was here Wednesday night and gave
a most creditable performance to a
full house. The show was of un
u ual merit and deserves liberal pat
ronage. St. Joseph always gives
Markle's show good reception, in
appreciative recollection of the splen
memorable night of October 28th,
1901, when St. Joseph suffered such
a holocaust, and which though now
eleven years ago is as but yesterday
in the minds of many who lost the
savings of a life-time.
The Tenses Cotton Oil ,Mill resumed
operations this week with a full crew and
is running day and night. The mill was
entirely overhauled during the past sum
mer and put in first-elas shape for busi
ness and is thoroughly equipped fdr an
all-winter run if sufficient seed can be se
cured. The mill is a local institution and
deserves local patronage. Mr. Byran
guarantees highest price for seed and has
several buyers out, who are hustling after
seed in every quarter.
To Planters ad Stock Owers of the
Paris of Teaess
I will be in St. Joseph on the 3rd Mon
day, the 21st day of October, and will be
glad to serve stock owners who may de
sire my lervices this season. Platers at
a distance can communicate with me by
mailor wire and I will he plased to r
spond where the business juitles.
I am well known in Trns, having
practiced veterinary Ser r I this paru
ish for four years, and-I have gveun
A. J. SHELVY, V. 8.,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby iven,
that there will be uan election held at the
various polling places in the Parish of
Tenses, State of Iloiian, on TUEB
DAY, Sth day of NOVEMBER, 1912, for
electors for Prmident and Vies Psreldent
of the United Sttes; for one Conresm
mai from the Fifth Congressoal Die
trict; one District Judge and one District
Attorney for the Tenth Judicial Distriet;
and also to vote on the proposed Amend
ments to the Coastitution of the State
of Louisian, puned at the regular sad
special emion of the Oneral Assembly
of the 8tats, held durlng the year 1912.
Further notice is iven, that we have
appointed the following Ommdneu
and Clerks of Eletio toact es sueh at
said election, to-wit:
IR. W. Newell, San Marks, M. W.
Bland, Commiassioner; C. V. Rateliff,
SECOND WABD--IER PRECINCT.
Louei Buckner, R. Y. Newell, T. M.
Wade, Commsimioes; Jno. D. Falts,
SECOND WARD-ISEOND PRECINCT
Jas R. Lynch, J.A. Veses, F. B.
anbrough, Commissoms; Jao. W. Co
J. P. Scott, E. P. Newell, A. B. Rat
clif, Commiedoners; T. H. Smodgrm,
P. D. Gonthrie, E T. Ber/, W. A
- Parker, Commissioner; 8. W. mith,
i C. D. Gould . Ig.Blobmb, B. F.
IIVy, E ; W. P. Brms,
. E. Graves, Chm. Sdden, Hglb
Marron, Coamnoner; W. S. Whie,
W.C. Qibsom, D. Colmsa 8. B.
Yanc Y,~C mis ; J. T. wasmm,
Witnsan our heands, al ly, this 10thb
day of Oactd r, 1912.
G. C. GOLDMAN,
. ,IJos. OmIatr,
*nulre Is .l _puL
(10th District Couvt.)
To Appear Monday, October
at 10 o'clock A. M.
Abe arks .............. W
John Marron ...... ....
8. B. Byd...................
C. B. Muir ..................
W . W . Drake................
Louis Buckner, Jr............
N. D. Butler............. W
Guy N. Hunter ..........
J. G. Harris....... ...... .at
W . G. Fulton ...............
L. de Vrie,. ...........
J. D. Chatman......... Johnr'l
E. A. Buelow ................K,
E. J. W alton ................
H. L. Smiths .......... .....
H. C. Miller...
R. D. Shelley............
F. McC. Hopkins...........
Leo Jacoby ...... ........
To Appear Monday. October 28th,
10 o'clock A. M.
Frank Hansbrough ..........
R. O. Roberts . ..........
Ralph Aly ..... .. ..
J. F. Hudnall .................
L. Elgutter .. ..........
Louis Postlethwaite. ...
Henry Lang .................
L. 8. Kyle. . .............
D. F. Miller. .........
E. E. Graves ...............
J. D. Lynch. ...............
Martin Terry. . .............
Brincoe Goldman ............
T. H. Snodys . .........
K. T. Halip............
Frank Keiffer ...............
Bam Morris ...............
John Moseberry .............
W . H. Clark ............... t.
Len Jones ................... W
J. R. Parr ...................S
J. M. Smiths ................t.
E. E. Trevillion..............
M. F. Nicholes ................
Chas. Johnston ...............,S
A. Bondurant ................Lt
Gleo. N. Clarke .............. 8k
D. F. Ashford...............
Chas. Stevenson ............. L
A true copy.
Attest:- E. F. Nzwsr.,
Dy. Clerk lot10th Di..
Tf tim Plic:
O0 tbhe os d Dr. .
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timc Veterimry Meikse.
gradmtr o he cMm Veas
CoUege, -d - c
At the premet U~ y
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S, Ma street. Phae NM.
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Boome m, be had withoot
.at 1. 0, $1.80 and $2.00 per
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