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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

ARAVAN life In Af rica is a healthy life, owing to the conIstaint outdoor ex ercise and the ntec essary frugal fare. It is an ideal life for a man able to rough it. satisfied with leading a n:mlre or IDis solitary e-xistenc e. fond of StI rt anDll (ca Dable of culling pleasure brun the Filts ofit Nature \hich a bounti ttiul Irot IdI'lie'. str s s along his path. 11. il ;uidtluli, the trua l'l r has a good (lollrlt and a well-arraigced tranllstolurt s(.ri . he will find the few troulclehs hei is likel- to enc-ounlltelr reduced to a mnlilliil.n \V ith e.ach journevy one ga;lS sci(lt new exlcperic-ncce, and in Iroel'rti llon lIearrlns to a;daplt c tnc'sclf bettir to the(' altt'red ci'ircurl.l tanlle. of iuch ll lie-. Of curseic whact shlits onlie noali iDDes nDot suit vcer'ybcody. ..-s a 4 stn llll, illccstrat' cli take the rloutiie nt i i1n a I- omel travelers ca stow 1 ,away a i\try hearty icbreakfalst in the, early mllrning just ibefore theiy lmarchl I. for ouie t l aIllnlale to l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

The Tneass Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRlIDAY, DECEMBER 80. 0110. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrreR. SUIIICIP''IIrN ICARLY In A elvace. Town Cmcil Prcudiniugs. ST. JOSEPH, LA., Dec. 27, 1910. At a special meeting of then Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of St. Joseph, La., held this day, Ihcem·ter 27th, 1910, there were prent: lion. W. M. Davidson Mayor; and Messrs. if. L. Smitha, B. F. Young, (Oscar Levy, Iouis Buckner and Jos. Curry. A quorum was present and the Board proceeded to business, as follows: On motion a tax of five mills on the dollar wu assessed on the roll of 1910 for general purposes. On motion of B. F. Young it was- Resolved, That the license to retail liquor in the Town of St. Joseph for the year 1911 be and the same is hereby fixed at the sum jof Three Thousand ($3,000) Dollars. i" There being no further business the meeting adjourned sine die. W. M. DAVIDSON, Mayor. A. E. Gaas, Clerk. Death of Mr. Jas. M. PIllips. The nyny friends of Mr. J. M. Phil lips, the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

OI 80 BALES ON 80 ACRES B "Improved King" Variety--We Offer Same--Perfect Bred--Standard of Perfection. Mitchell's Re-Improved Early King Cotton Seed I EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS: RUMBLE & WENSEL CO. NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI. ° Result of demon stration methods Yield on best acre under Boll Weevil 875 pounds lint. conditions. Crop This crop raised raised under the season of 1910, direction of Mr. L. near Gilbert, La., M. Calhoun, Dis- 42 miles from trict Agent for U. Natchez. S. Department of Further particu Agriculture. lars on request. Available stock of select Improved North Carolina Seed will not I gmTCELUs be sufficient to supply the heavy demand next Spring. Book RIIUME W-iSEL NAMEII EVERY your order for early Spring delivery. Order to-day. NOW. R w At NI AE SACK THIS ADVERTISEMENT WILL NOT APPEAR AGAIN. WRITE TO-DAY ON EVERY SACK We also handle "Simpkins' Prolific" and "Money Maker" Cotton Seed. cL r Why Eat Bad Bread? When You Can Get the Finest Made at No Greater Cost. NATCHEZ B...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

RImalIhaIi Thfoy f&mri nmwt rnr HE Morris-Moores had just had their first-no, not quarrel-tiff. Harry was now in his study pulling down books he did not want and piling them up on his table, ie selected a row of J notebooks bearing title, "The Grisons and the Italian Valleys." He got out extensive white blotchedl Swiss survey maps. and files of the little "l.adln"ro ce it paper printed at Samaaden. He Cr had got all this up thoroughly on his last journey, and now was the time to llip deep into the pile of printed and annotated "stuff." It would help him to forget anything so absolutely silly as a little wife upstairs in her room, the tears of temper still wet on her cheeks, and employing her small white teeth in reducing to tattered "waste" a soaked lace -,, . pocket handkerchief. ' ' Henry Morris-Moore felt himself very supe rior. lHe was calm, col,l. judicial, and above what he called "infantile tempers." Upstairs Clara wept and fretted. To think, only to think-scarcely ten ' ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

CURETHAT OLD TODAY .I wiouldl rather preserve the health of a nation than be It. ruler."-MLN 1'ON. ThIla,! - of people r who are -uffT-ring w ith ,. I- ,i" . - ,ut todai l . ro tIti1(,ow the\i "t I e. th '-trated l lth penumorllt a. t, i t' * t 5'tntifn is orth a -o'u- d of ,, ,, , . t .. 23. rent hottle. of Mli oni . - t" it the n'airest hii stor,' 1 - I ttle t aS ht onvetnien'I. carl i I , ' . oe-t ..ke' If Sot .,Ir. not r I-''1 :th the ectT.'t of th' rtrn r"|. n i . t nour r rn t+i ttl,1 an",1 we 1-ul r..'it .l .,,r monet. hurt on' at!('0l ('ture v -r . I Ir..el, utp all frma- of e n hI " .t , t ' t +" T lt gº r ' t ,' a 1 '! tp n e t r w n ui . It , I.h - r I I. a L ": ' f t h. n ,-e aitd e.\"ý, sto tpi. "t', e'. lllt ntiart natll aind fever. tii t' "- iii tihe' --tomtn If tooI t,.' l i'( I' '1 , .r l "ee w rit'e to blunt I',, I).' ',r- lieTw will car.ftfulIv dianosm-.' '.,t r ia a" t alvi-e -b a byI - tn a l . - ""- i , .ti s f r e e . Prof \l'int-r, 5~:1td and .etTefron itr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 December 1910

7MARVELS g' THE EARTH 000000 CURIOUS, ODD ýcND 000000 [ DINTERESTING OBJECTS cAND PLACES j SMail for Fernando Noronha - . º+ ý . ... ';'' +ý.tip ; There are few places on the globe so curiously situated as the little island of Fernanio Noronha in the South Atlantic ocean, named after the Count of Noronha, commander of the ships which first sighted it in 1503. The illustration shows the dropping of the mail from the R. M. S. V. Ama. zon for its Inhabitants. When a vessel does not call at the island the let ters are enclosed in i cask to which a flag is attached; this is flung into the sea in the manner depicted above and left floating until a boat dispatched from the solitary island picks it up, thus obviating any stoppage of the vessel. The island of Fernando Noronha lies 125 miles from the'eastern extremity of Brazil, to which it belongs, and is about eight miles in length. It lies in the wayside of the commerce of the world, and is sighted by more ships and visited by fewer than p...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annam. NIW SýilIES VOL. XVIII. ST. 1(OSEPII, LA., FII1)AY, JIAN'UARY 6, ll. NI;MBER 1. NEW NEWS h OF YESTERDAY le y . nTmm,-,-- .. Danced With Queen Victoria Her Majesty Selected Richard Vaux, Then Secretary of Legation, as Her Partner, and Praised His Skill and Grace. It was in the autumn of 1879, at a reception given in P'liladelphla to Samuel J. Randall, then speaker of the national house of representatives, that I first nmet Richard Vaux. who. for many years before his death, which occurred in 1i95, when he' was in his eightieth year, was regarded u one of the Quaker City's most dis tinguished citizens and one of the world's best known penologists. As Oe appeared at that reception, Mr. Vaux was a typical dandy in dress, despite the fact that he then had sixty-three years to his credit. His clothes had the artistic touch that only ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

...... . . a , of ld£i N' ti P *s Ihree * - xi I~o n~t rt.... ~t a fr- -' " Ili " iie ( Z - Iitr e. - -' `"+ .... _' :+.. a t " ýl . YýAnatole Frmncef SrI 1 , . i , , , '! t ii , . f ': h " 1, , ; 'a h'tr'A, - - , 1 , .1. , .' . ,. I,t I:. . yrr". .. . ". ' , - .r, , . , : . . t I Ar"z= '. - _ .. _ . " .... .. " t{' . . : , ,.. 11 1:1' 1r "" !ITT w4. a /h ," \\ý ~, : .. t a it ý,,, .r t e tr ,' e , tth r w:.' s t4- l e pl." ha I .:r, h rf ,.V\,"'i, I1,Ig , ;r. `. .T Ii. " 7G.. .-.` rt r "t t 1, ', I i * l(l , t f lo ,l ti l 'u h -ý ^ a cit ' >" l s` , t' i l 1r 11 e ha ! iW tiii m t''v, 1 o 4 ijt ',Take h, i. , .y lri, " sailt M.k' ,ra. 4f-"r 1 hid s --iii o is- tI nagit in winning t ers. Ri in, after owing try low, ite Ima,. ai Y , ea ' . n - th- i 0: h retir d. I.tll It , - a , ' hi he;I t ' I talo , i lt I rh . alki -t - Opene i hisur' th in t t al tmjt to st , Tr is a hear. te sae oet some brigands hap :i:!;..u the wail of Ih l 0tae van Ilive hint your clotths T11en they tie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

FZl,(HeroesrWiofIGU1T DIATllArYou k' elf EItOI':S' Why, yes, there arr nmany kinds. T'lh re Is thei man wi, rodel through the town taster than the a ! ttr followied hiln, yelling that the dlai had burst; , tIllri is th.- rain a ho stuck to his ship when all the criw deseirtied hin; there SIh the woman who pIilucked i tin ,,! ody y else's childl out of the trami-,; there is the - encineer who kept his h:td on the thlrottlte and died to saie his train-load of passen gers. And there are others of a quieter and ies specta)cl('ilr sort. The Imen and wonmen who work day after day among steantlilg pots and gllttering test tubeh,, in the laboratories, tighting inch by inch agaInst disease an(d CUt tlg down theIi death rate int cviry one of these awful scourges which wipe out hundreds of tbousand of human lives , very year. Ti'-,rs is no life of ease. Every day they take the chancet of catching some fatal iinlady themuselves. And inch by inch they gain. VEach year they cut down ithl d.tth...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FM Il.AY..I.\ ' 1 \! : ! " ARNEi E. G(IEIEN. - - l.,i)on. ANO ...R S" , I'J,. The Sixty-fi rt ,r b, ben heavily deal with lY the grim I. stroyer. Five -.. . ,t i-,f th,, I iit ed States alnd :1, ui,.i, iy I, - lereta-,. tives in the 1 p llair !,h,, . ,f t',, gress have I-en reft fi,,i :ii vu g the living and their pu li 1 ti,.Is of duty. The latest him\ fell \\'iie-.-la upon 1'nited State, 'eliat,,r Stephelt'n B. Elkins, ,f \\'est Virgi:lhi, whop dieP at his hone in that state after a protracted illneis,. Stephen ntnlitl E":lkis, li{epubli can, of Elkins, w1 orin in Perry count y, ()li1, Stpt.lelhii r 2-1, ,I.4 ; received his early edtulati ln in the public sch1i,ls of Mi-ss ,-lri, ani grad uated from the unil verllsity ,f that state, at (olumli:a, in the class of 1860; was admiittedt to the bar in 1894, and in the salln year went to New Mexico, where he acquired a knowledge of the Spanish language and began the practicte of law; was...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

Why Eat mad Bread? When You Can Get the Finest Made at No Greater Cost. NATCHEZ BAKERY COMPANY OTHING UI LEANLINESS o,9,gS i Bread, Pies and Cakes. Cbtas. C. Skinner, Iocal .A,!., St. Joseph, La. -- Phoue No. 28 k._ r --- --..t,. - _ Schedule of the M., H. & L. R il Road. I.ffecti'e January 1, 1911. T ROUNI) f IIr( N T"II BOUND WOLS--PA8$ENIER I \-1:\(~ER--LOCAL 6 .4 ", 1 '\1,1 1 7.'0 I 2.17 " I I " ,I ." . 7.3 7 " I I "' \ fi.r.,P. M. 7.44 PI \ll' 1\ 1.5 " S 750 " \ 11 \ \' 6.00 li .01 1t .l; . I.\ 1' [ \ . 0 " K 1" ' M I6 11 1 " 5.15 . " 0 .11 L 'I ) P11 4 ) \ - I I 1 1 '\ , " 1 , '"" 4 . 5 " "" .52 " I'I\\ , I. \ I\ t "" 3.35 f.02 \l, \'I \ I .,t 1 3.15 " ", .17 " F-'N IK \ I " 2.90 " , 1 . 4 \ 1% -1 4)I) )2 1.00 '" u .39 '" T \I.I ' , O" _ "" 1.40 "" " .47 1 . \ 1 . ., 12.2.5 " 10.00 . \ll l l \:1N '. .. 12.( P. M . 1O.10 .' ")1' 11I"V 1 "E 11.06 u . 10.12 ' <)\ 1 11  1.10 "' S 0.1 g " NI'\ I'I.!. )" ,. 10 39 , " IIA M0 . I I' W l\ . o. 0 . . "" 11.00 ", " 1"H I'1". 0.90...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

o ti .ýý rm AAA -.· ; 4· - -s-. -'". 4, F t a gi'neratlon astronomers., , amateur and professional, have t unque'stioningly accepted the I stat(rnlelit that tile noon was v nothinig mlore than a burned-out g world, a dead planet, without atinos- a phere, waler or soil, alternately t frozen in a cold more intense than any known to the earth, and sizzling I in a heat greater many times than the burning atmosphere of Port Said. I the nworld's most torrid spot. The a pI;ie dlisk had ceased to hold anything e of Interest for the men who sit at great eye-pieces of the great glasses that sweep the heavers nightly. The r dead craters of the lunar volcanoes had all been mapped and located time after time. They were universally be- a lieved to be extinct. The moon was looked upon as an exhausted field for the astronomer, a The great astronomical societies are not so sure about the moon now I as they were a few months ago. Away down on the lower limb of the big I silver disk something is happe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

jjj CENSUS OF CANADA In GROWTH IN TEN YEARS PAST. A census of the I I' PI ! f I *ttlilt 178 be matde l l,;: It \Vill iou that durinr'f l I I I i 1 ' ' a rkabl( , v' i I~! n:"i~ Ia XII tIi Ii .and, el('· n,,, n.,,, ;., !~!I \+!'h, iitI e lation, i , ,. ' c in br in iu ' t'I - ,ý i 1- il l: y ever ,i, '' .i Co n re'. ;!'~I, t~1L:" .w~ardT1 i'I 'tl utrurf. ",l la TyI , , " , I Uletn '· StheeI yg ll to -ili· · tihe it i I' - iit . 4 thousand` i' ti ajorit y if 'f ther !I , dre of? Ie mus A Ig I ,. III] Rent-a , ii, e of tarn:- .t i ,.' .!.ii5 !fill,;,;iiI ii .I tas fin it l 'll t !, Ii ~ i i I the total iur, !!.'I ~do at. ~ ic t" , 11 i , . , "t I,,., thttlel ;II,".1that tht e iii ,'ll ,I'I it '1:'" ,gI1 soe( I .ii I i, I' II' IIii i te,06 Iqu ,1 , tl ,,rd 1'.,I" a,,.il 'a, . all I ofthe Rt l rt . I'I I I i I 'a ii,,,lll \ I, aaada i< bliii g if Iiiii' i ' ! l : nl i n tl\ii *h people' ft I,1 u~it ,l ~ii tliti ~l 7 front l:t t-," t ,fii Itt tiii l I j. 1~i dirt the , rait ,,il 1!('in...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 6 January 1911

The Seventh Symphony REMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whose investigations into psychic a phenomena enabled him to cure spiritual diseases and to exorcise evil spirits from tke bodies of their victims. It A A By H. M. EGBERT A A It.WtOIy..Lt. iY. by W 0 (.hbapmOl t. opyrigLt u ,rt al Briatl1.) VAN ItROi)SKY put down at the morning paper with b a long hlistle, got up, c: put his hands in his ft pockets, and paced the ci room continuously. "Too m bad! Too bad!" he kept repeating. aI During the months that I had lived fi Sith him and assisted him in the p, Isy< hical investigations which he car ried on, I had learned one thing above ci all others-to let him tell his story in ir his own way. So I waited until he was ti ready to speak. I could not conceivr e what he had read that had so agitated h him, and my astonishment was in- n creased fourfold when he came and a stood by my side, wiping the tears s from his eyes unaffectedly. h "'Rose Celaye is dead," he volun-...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tesas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee Ditrict. $1.5 Per Aa . NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. IOSEPI, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. NUMBER 2. -I~ DOES THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE MAKE GOOD? ![E c(..ihge woman has not made good. Of the 12.000 or 15,000 college women in the United States, three-fourths are so nice that they are mar ried already and the remainder are W elks. The .married woman don't take * g II n terest in outside affairs and freaks can't accomplish anything. anyway. These are the startling words ut tered recently by Leslie .1. Tompkins, a professor in New York university, sad president of the National Asso idation of College Graduates, says a writer in the Cleveland Leader. The professor must be one of the men of today who cling to their old fashioned tendencies and believe that the woman's sphere is in the home. Evidently, women's suffrage and its porrelatives in which women are ta kin...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

Dwo ration for Fur Hats '.1 W .y r % Y 'AtF ý t ' r ;p t( t-,'f-' · 4 " M 4' Y " A -· /pa ~c ` I* 1s. "Crt. -* L' A,' I> ..~ T~O , . liw,. .iillD. r ha., been any able to find a turban cov- are "red vwi:l fur of almost any mt description and almost any ,.hpe. The matter of trim- eaU mitng it at home is a prob- fot lem of easy solution. Fur turbans are an not exactly trimmed --they are dec- wt orated. The soft shapel. made without thi wire, carry bows, rosettes or motifs. sal applied flat to the body of the hat; or in tinsel and Hlk roses, a smart cockade It or an aigrette fastened on with an or- an nament, all easy to procure and the the trimming easy of acccmplishment. Fashion permits the trimmring to be co placed anywhere, from back to front, he at the sweet will and sense of style di: possesse-d by the wearer. rit Where the turban Is made by cover- aI ing a buckram shape with fur, plumes CHECKED SILK WAIST. Ci Ni flu plain blu libirty. d( nt hCut Steel and Rhinestone Predminat...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

A Deep Sea Tragedy Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited be greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times ,~IV By F1REDE'RICKI( REDDALE (Copyrlght. I191. by W U. LCapman) lIE story opens in K!ng William street, London, withlin sounlld of Ptow l:Bells and a stone's throw from the .MTn sion lhouse.. "'The Old Lady of Threadneedle street," and the' Royal Exc.hange,amid the roar ,:nd bustle of tho o'd city-this modern tale of queer doings on the high seas. Upon the entire sec ond floor of a newish building were located the main offices of Bullivants Lim ited-a firm or organization, evolved through the exigencies of con temporary men and manners. And yet Bullivants dealt with the ever-old primeval passions of human weakness -misfortune, cupidity, envy, hatred, malice and all uncharitableness. Before we reach the matter in hand, let us stroll through BIullivants' offices. Passing the plain-lettered glass door. we enter first the outer bailey, where a primly-coiffed young ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. ABNER E. GRtEEN, - - EDITOR. 0UBSCRIPTIiiN EKARLY leS Advasre. Three Impertant Decisions. ( IiClllaml I I )Omir rat. ) The Supreme ('Curt of the IUnitedl States just handed down three very important decisions affecting the people of the land. First, the Contract L.albr Law of Alabama has I, Inl declaredi ucolln stitutional. This law is very simi lar to the one now in force in Louis iana, and it is the opinion of some that our law would receive the same fate if carried up t tthe highest court. lUnder this decision a man prosecuting labor under this law could and might be held guilty of peonage under the United States law. This is a greater risk than most of our planters want to run, so this law should be testetd in our State as soon as possible or else re pealed, in order to prevent any of our citizens getting into trouble try ing to insist on their rights under it. Another decision sustains the le gality of the Bank ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

Sckedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Efective Jamary 1, 1911. >mBOUND bTATION SOUTH BOUND ,s ar.gPAIMIOELR PASSENGER-LOCAL ... Mc.B . .... 2.15 PM. .IfoGKRH JCT j. 2.is. . . .......... ........ IPPm JCT .................. a. 4 *.UA.Y. ..MALLEY................ L.45 S.... C .MACON .. .... 27 GM * .LAKE VILLAGE..... 1.0 N.10 N" .................. 12.5 .17 .......... ...... H IC O .. ............... 12. O . 1.10 . . ....... EUDOM A ...... .........." 12.34 0.95P. ' 1 . 1. " .44 " ...........E..... A DLAND '2.22 " .15 M 8 ..... AR LA. A ........ 2. 8.00 S . ..... ILLIIIN, LA ... .. . p.M. 5.1 9., 2.1.. . .. ...... . ..LA B PROVIDENCE..." 11. 3 . 4 A.45 l ., ........ ...TEANSYLVANIA ............ I. I. , . 0 . ...... ............AL...TIA.. 11.08 8.5 6.4 . .. . .......... N. ..TALLUL AH .. I 10.3 1. o 9 .' " . .LACLIEDB. . I0. 15 12..25 " *. *1" 0.o 0 "0 i .A. LLIOATOR BAYOU. .. 1..00 o 2.0 P. M. LS 6" 10" .U.. ISP..... C MBYTO. . " C.7 9' I " 18 ..N..... BO ID .. 9.:. 10.10 S ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

NEw NEWS & OF YESTERDAY 4YE. e ~Ftr.ea.t./* President's Tribute to Wife' General Arthur Felt Little Satisfac tion in Occupying the White House Because His Loved Helpmate was Gone. When Chester A. Arthur became president of the United States his first official residence was in the Washington house of Senator John P. Jones of Nevada. This was due to the fact that the White House had to undergo a long period of renova tion following President Garfield's re moval thence to the seashore, and it was not until late in the autumn of 1881 that General Arthur was able to take up his residence in the nation's home for its presidents. In the mean time he was provided with a suitable roof through the thoughtfulness and hospitality of Senator Jones. "I know that it was with no feeling of pride or exultation that Chester A. Arthur finally entered the White House as president," said General Howard Carroll, a former member of congress from New York City and for years one of General Arthur's inti...

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