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CAP- A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS
THE TENSAS ZETTE
NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRII)DAY, MARCH. 151912. NUMBER 11.
,L A. Murdock
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
k scian and Surgeon
Office o Pliak Road
P.o.. 12-3; Reid.ace 12.3
1. r. D. a&. & RICE, m .
Lilly and Trice
ussewir a Drs. Illy md Ada..
DLm Ddk. Limira
-- C . CLINTON
i n East Carroll Mad...,
C and the Supree mad
GEORGE N. CLARK
.- LO. UISIANA
iewel Buldihg, Plank Read
You Going to Build
a do as ise Mor Sdw um me fehlmaM y . ah y he m ber
ud. lldr mpn.. To ~ei.iedy. Id.
r!O IR.CRgBa, wOLt.uAIIUFACTUR Ib
h and Dressed Lumber h
Fhsrig, cGilmg C.pitis R.u, SRis, Dews, C
lins, Fm. hlrisr rites, Etc.
o ne mbe a at lein g l t Tear PIr Hel Plahks. hlwqs ii
-r I-d,, -- *hod*igs -r Iacis hear Lc sho mud.
A. ENOCHS, The Lumberman
£ WIKELER C. LMRITI
Wheeler & Moritz
M B6rnem St. . . Nw Orlan, La..
Ctton, Grain, Provisions, Stocks
Direct wires to New York and ChiAao
lThe Safest and Quickest Way to
FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER
SCUlBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.
CE! i keep ,sta on Mid a f. slp . p of
and Wood Coffins, Trimmed
All Sies fromn Infant to Adult. LUpto-dte Stles.
Warry Burial Costunm. Prices to SUit Costom.r.
` m fulrs at *..*. Orders nrmcdd & b e or sAese
LEOPOLD LGVT'TE L
J, , H.-., Anan
H ý crar ograa n
-c"ass 524 -MCeia SL, IatclakI ',i" ' 'I
-cuass Work Dons dl kaAs
.alas people are a wcizI Pwlt t asy atudio
,ders for Work can h.. at T| Gaaeft ,of.
-OP Jn I
Jos. Whitaker, M. D.
Phone in Reeldenco.
r The Buyers'
The Ermn whom -a i m r p.
seated is ear advertislag eemas
are wertly o the emaldesce of evr
perse is the oommuaty who has
money to sped. The tact that they
advertise stamps them as enterprl
at progresve mun bsioes, a
redt to oar town and deserv$ag ci
suppo or eavertdsa ~o ap
_a e a Bepyere Oside to W
i, loes gone Isense
Is your silent r.0eesltattv. If
you sell bae goods that are up
to-date I style a.ad a sperolar
quality it ought to be releated
In your priatlng. We produce the
kind that you seed mad will st
feel ashamed to have repreest
you. That Is the only kind It
pays to send out. Bead your a
ders to this omce.
Eating Should be
Problem Not Penance
S By DL CHAS. E. PAGE. Boseto
0 MUCH depends upon the individual's inclination that the
S question of eating cannot be settled by a mere yes or no reply
nor indeed by the experience of any number of individuals,
that is to say, so far as regards the feeding of the thousands
who are accustoened to eating three times a day and would
not take kindly to the proposed change. Eating, like every
other natural function, should be a pleasure and not a pen
ance, and the average person would regard it as a punishment
to omit any one of his regular meals, and-hence the enforce
ment of the regimen would not lead to good resulB.
In my private practice I favor the three-meal plan, but always with
the qualification that in case of lack of appetite, or in face of any actual
illness, the meal or meals should be omitted until convalescence, and the
return of normal hunger. Personally, I eat three or four times a day with
pleasure and satisfaction, and without experiencing any sort of inconven
iehce, day in and day out, and year after year. I take breakfast at a hotel
about eleven o'clock, and am apt to lunch there about three. Dinner at
home about seven (if I get there), and by "leaving a place," or need for it,
I find a moderate supper at ten to twelve sends me to bed to sleep like a
It remains to be said, however, in this connection, that whoever has
already had a sufficient day's ration at any hour of the day, cannot with
safety or ultimate satisfaction eat again on going to bed. But, rightly
managed (meaning moderate meals of really wholesome food), nothing fits
anyone, from the bottle-babe to the octogenarian, for good sleep and a
fresh awakening, like a moderate supper on retiring. All ana isd kind
naturally sleep after eating. We should never eat when tired, nor get
tired shortly after eating, on penalty of great risk from an attack of indi
In my treatise, "Practical Guide to Health," published some years t
ago, occurs the following on diet, appetite, etc.: "Learn to distinguish
between hunger and mere appetency; you may have the latter without '
hunger, but not hunger without appetite. Never eat without an appetite; t
never a mouthful. It is a species of self-abuse whicch is inexcusable for
sick or well. There is no pleasure in it, and it prevents the speedy return
of a normal appetite. This does not mean, however, that one must wait
till ravenously hungry by any means; we should c
always eat when we need food, if we can get it. The
system should alwass be kept fairly well saturated, so to a
say, with nutriment; but this should never be carried J
to the point of incipient nausea by any means. If the .7
rule be rightly interpreted, this is about the way to
put it: Eat when you are hungry, drink when you are
thirsty and go to bed when you are sleepy; that is, p
never wait till you are exhausted for rant of food,
drink or nervous repose. Better eat too much than too N
little, habitually; but enough is better aid, in the long *
run, more agreeable than excess."
I have known one man to hate another
man because of the color g his hair. An
G eneral other one said to me: "I ate a man who a
parts his hair that way." Another one
G rant said to me of a very good man: "I can't
like him, he eats with his knife." I knew
inew a preacher, who wag a great theologian and
How to thought his theology was religion, who
couldn't help quarreling- with everyone he
Fidht met of a different theology. He was quar
reling all the time and thought he was
w, amr ... s "fighting the good fight."
I have known lawyers who constantly i
quarreled with opposing clients and coun- 1
sel, while neglecting the fight due their own client. I have known mer
chants go busy quarreling with competitors as to neglect their own busi
ness. I have read of soldiers who were strong on dres parade, splendid
.in tactics and communications and orderly in retreat.
The greatest soldier of all history was Grant and he could ight with
out quarreling. He "demanded" things and the things he "demanded"
were "immediate and unconditional surrender." When the demnand was I
complied with there was neither bickering, adolding nor quarreling. He
fed the starving enemy and gave them back their horses to cultivate their
fields. Nor was Grant the only great man there. General Lee knew how
to fight, but not to quarrel. He was great in defeat, and acuriag the best
he could for his men, he surrendered, without quarreling.with his foe or
carting his enemy. The field whereon Grant and Lee met on that day
was in the highest sense the "Temple of Liberty." Thank God, the jingle
of gold was not heard there, nor was the llace desecrated by jangling
words or petty disputes.
T This is what i peapt by "Blessed is he who can fight without quar
Nature aiT~s /l'tl l,
. os and* slde R and 'tints with deiesaq
never achieved by the bruicti ilk& hands
of the artist. The highestambition~~.the
; C, rs by manufacturerer of paints 's to produce col
or which look like iature's. They never
NaturIx e's sweesoda. ' '" .
the Itle adid rn ha& ti' disttif aciaiL. MNone
BIhICS of thes# has-e'ir becIsycodend~ and
in cans ~ithb, pPci b(e on them.
Bi M. RICARD Wirter apples now repose on the shelves
of the paiit' c'insisuiA i * a aLi' at.b
man who can combimei salon $49$ iM
tiits of red of the Baldwin and Northern £SI1p t:yf om rCb.l , Ir.
I . -If all the paint grinding works i tlops. rie nmuhtpied ten thou
S&p&as they couldn't turn out pignget enough in a ymear to de 'h*bt
ta ur Sorn in a change from seaaah to season.
cNatmas brush busy everywheradlleti"n.e, ;aths'lid of -d-e
, * ii th. bra . da by day, tolI wi4 th it, tint, fra budding,
i • _i ...t ttbtemzr. breach. . i. .'e _
Nevea ir it idl.
NEIL CALLAHAN. WILLIAM MrLSAN.
THE VICKSBURG BOILER & IRON WORKS
..K M Z
on Rp·k Work
VICKPsURG, pi W MIUPP
TENSA8 PARISI DIRECTORY.
Clerk of Court--Joseph Carry a
Treasurer-W. M. Davidson. f
Parish Surveyor-John Johnson.
Game Warden-Charle Johnston. 0i
Corose--Dr. J. 0. Illy. d
Health Oflcer-Dr. L A. Murdock. It
Members House Represetative-- l
John Murdoch and L W. Marten. t
tembers Pollee Jury.
First Ward-P. L Outhrie, Notase Z
Second Ward-John D. Fults, New.
Third Ward--P. H. Curry. 8L Jo
Fourth Ward--Robert B. Lfach.
Fifth Ward-B. F. MeVay. Ashwood.
8ixth Ward--IAo T. Hunter, Wa
Seventh Ward--Wm. A. Register.
Clayton P. O. A
Clerk-R. . Whitney. St. Joseph.
The Pdllos Jury ior Teases parish
meets first Moeday it March, June,
July, October and December, at St. I
Joseph at 12 o'lock m.
First Ward--. W. Bland, Pot
Second Ward-Robert Y. Newell,
Third Ward--W. J. Steen. St Jo
Fourth Ward-P. C. Smith. Delta
Fifth Ward-J. C. Wil.
Sixth Ward-W. D. A. Gorton. Wa
Seventh Ward--D. . Miller, od
man P. O.
Secretary Schodl Board and Super
tntendent Udacatlon - Thomas M.
Magitratse and Censtablee.
First Ward --Magstrate, . W.
Bland, Point Pleasat; constable,
Seoand War--Magistrate, LTods
Backner, Newelton; eoastable, L K.
Third Ward -- Magtrate. U V,.
Newell, St. Joseph; eeastable John
. Smitha, St. Joseph.
Fourth Ward--Malgatrat B. Y.
Berry, Delta Bridge; coastable,
Fifth Ward-Magistratea D H.
O'Kelley. Ashwoed; constable, --
axth Ward-Maglitrats. J. H. Sea
man, Waterproof: coastable, John D.
Seventh Ward-Magistrate, B. D.
Membemr Parish Demoeratlo Exees
First Wgrd--l W. Newell. Newell
ton: F. L Outhrie, Notase P. O.
Second. Wd--LotsS Budner, N W
ellton: R. T. Newell. Neveltos.
Third Ward-A. L. Green. St. Jo
seph: Ltds Bcknehr Jr., St. Joseph.
Poorth Ward--R. . BLynch, New
Ltpht: P. C. Smith, Delta Bridge.
P Fi, Wh,6-D. .L O'Keley, Ash
w ,,g .P' !' V WeVay. Aghwdid.,
, &qtlWsar4-8. c. Dornla, ad -
'- P. o.; I~ P. saesa water
Seventh Ward-D. F. mllng, o0I-.
man : 1r B. Cotem Fhitgiaua
g At F urge--Je3D Cau1. Lt
seph; W. M1 Davidson. S:t Jo0~
'a lashes, st, Joseph; Or, 1..
t ; UMiaq, Ibint Pleasant; John Mur
.n"Iet Jesdge"-Jo3 Is. Boatner.
D;Dtrics Atorney--Ab~ser E Oa i
g Jop.. . ,
St, nrt.-h , trM or' the
-i s e xlda d thlmew , teNit:
ir aatby T, rme-a ss a .sa
'I ) ).-Tene -,Tht1 -,,-.s $a
- uassW, Pibramn Marse, Masy Juse
j Jtbi Nwp*aber end KDecemabe
LeTry U. J. Wultom.
Baard fi Mrst Tummy Ia osh
, mset at sees ol the senor.
Rev. H. R. (Casos of Mma^oe areh.
deacon of Loulsla, bolds ssrVees
at Neelltom anda St Joseph e RNse
pal churches regularly each th,
following publahed mnodt
Rev. P. H. Pontata. pasto M. 3.
church, bolds services at Weaer
chapel on moranng and atRsraosat
first Sunday, sad at the UIlne
churceh, t. Joseph, a the algM of
the first Sunday sad, muwe g sad
night of the third 8day.
Rev. IPher Desm of Vidalls say
mass at the Catholic chapel L S.
seph, oace a nmoth, alleirta as*
Synopsis of 0to* Lisw-Opes kea.
L Doves--reom September 1 to
5. Weo or Summer Dmele-gs
tember 1 to March L
3. Teal Duee- egtber 15 t
4. River Dmh-Oeober 1' t1
5. coots or Pe~nai IM-t
1 to Mare 16.
. Geese aor aUt-OcobeU 1 to
7. Snipe-September .I5 to A~ 1.
3. Turkey (cks Mely)--NOes
bhr 1 to Apr11 15.
5. Qual=-Novemsbr 15 to NMweb
10. Robias-Novembe 15 to Math
11. Deer (bucks oay)--Oeteber 1
to January 1.
Limit of Ra In a Da:
15 of all other game 'rda~
2 backs, and not ae than fa Is
R. A A. M.
Masonic lodge sts at Niwefetia
Masonic lodge meets at tL. ngIh
on second -Tuesday.
Hare Your 8uit 'Ceibd and Pressed
WSILS YO ., Atl AND OU
Miflet' De &t Csaoing Works
319 M Srae NATCHEZ, MISS.
4. do asst Sn Ms yow Cbtass and s51 I Dry @sla
WE 0O ONLY FIRST CLASS WORKI
DRY CLEANRIN PRESSING
GOats'B ....t..s * 1 to 91.55 t tom ts.,.......1 * 1s9 .n5
Goats' Oohs ....... W0t .15 Gats' Pasts * '.... 16:
1atsm Pasts * . i0 dests' Costs .....". .!
Gats' Vats ..... a25t* .O6 Geats Vsts *.t *r
ats' Ovwrcoat.... .15 to L0 Gents' Overcoats ... J1 to .10
adies' Suits ....... LW0 te W 0Lrddes' Buits .... .N to .5
Ladles' Csss..... *Wto .75 Ladles' Sts ..... W t .'
Ladles' Skirts...... t 1.35 Ladles' Costa ...... b o
Ladles' Waists .... , to 1W ll Waists ..... .is
We Clean sad O) P'lder, Shia, Lans, WeIs, sous1, Oursies
Rugs. Pertlees and Slaves.
The. pnalg .: .c . t w1"
1'1iý"iý "" s dot :W t 09 pi i& is OWd:· :-
ne£ Lc · -
tn fwO O' . In s'
o~ru~rfl aorw~ q1aisxty that
t~aw r aid* ~t. it I
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a. rS i ~r . C ·PI
amnucI.&iw a v ma.r
rdNb .a VkhAmg P.d
ml 1TmR~iI3 3 ·m
Laneu YIr ag Nunh Wedm.
r ýDe e plellr
W. X AM
ORADE ofMf-4i @1 Are
*as me, wv waim sn art*
able to rest # sin &rF
tiU flt-+4 *V ss iOa I
youv'gsto ahwuae s m
thing, raL, ol k to on
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