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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

Wtat Impressed Him. H. W. Child. president of the Yel 0,wstone Park assocaiation, we'lt to urope tw or three years ago and had for a 'conliolan ito a maill inter's ted In the bo:zl business. They travlt'd over Furole' inivesti;ttlng hlotP ano eonllsav;y. prollellts to r~oile ex:t lit and finiily arrive-d In Horne They went into St. Peter's and stood be leath the dome W Il." said ('hild. .here It s. Hert s the dome" The hotel mar took one hIok forw';:rd. Then be turned to ('hildt an asked: flow puch did that man In I.tndon say he wanted for them hams?" The Victor. Cassidy.--Ilrrinean was aroind th" day braggln' aboutl th' Ihatin' he gev pannegan last .\Iltnda' Casey.-Last Mlonda' Sure, that's tar a w.eek ago 'Tis a Wonder h1o stIl't rotiil )ll('r (aspic-.'.- but i: t so~,,tl he only W ovi'r lfro , it this llt in COLDS lured in One Day al regard nmy cold cure un belag bet e tna a Life lasurance Polly."- MUNYON. As a rule a few doses of Munyon's oid Culn l l break Ulp any cold and o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 13 January 1911

ohn Henry s TELEGRAM By GEORGE V. HOBART ,. Bunch was out of the toils of the law. He had loaned me his country house for a day, and I had presented it to Clara J. intending to take it right back. I had used ghost stories and burglars as levers with which to yry her loose from her ownership of Trouble villa, but she wouldn't part "-:'h it. Bunch, as the phoney bur g!ar, had been gathered in by the vil ugeo constabulary, but had escaped; and I was returning from the shadow of the pen. When I reached the cottage I found all the members of my household dressed for the day and lined up on the piazza, eager for news from the battlefield. "Gee whiz!" exclaimed Uncle Peter, "the boy is bareheaded! Where's your hat, John?" "Mercy! I hope you're not scalped!" Aunt Martha cried, sympa thetically. I explained that the desperado put up a stiff fight against Diggs the con stable and myself; warming up to the subject. I went into the details of a hand-to-hand struggle that made them all shiver an...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE azette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per Annm. \- 1 11iI: V L(). XV'III. 'ST. J()SEPII, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. NUMBER 3. IN t PULC Lw NOW HEAD OF WESTERN UNION i'i c ectio ( T ,tlore N. ' iil tc t! , prt -i . l f t h I ', . st1 I ( ion T",':e:r; ph c i ,'any ll to tak, i he Iplace of Col. Iob rtL c'. (n'in; r:. oto retsiignel. farnmit* s a remarkhble intta-ce ofl re ;ti,.... a mbititts ti TN i f.thcr at. moths r of Theodore N. Vai liv d at lrrlto\,i . N. J., wh . It w ntit th,- Sh; e tt w 11 Iron . ýr . ' ... - - ' 4 c wo urk- . F',)r . , ,r l of. u i, i cr to) I1 B, rT S" \l i;'rQf..s t :-it" Ct, ' ]lI cI al workdilng oil 1_ ` the .(eegralh. ull isdcoir-lga d byv the S, remarks of fri!ii:s tha:t the scheme Pi Swa impractical atnd ridillnIla s , . ' i In 15::7 Alfred Vall. a oIn llanli ant i. hit , ti s te-gin,- r. ,,uncle of Tlo , lore N. b Al. " Va'll, ca:l.. to t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

S' ~ Ib' Lost His Luck REMARKABLE ach'- te.i' of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whose investigations i:to psychic pheno:mena enabcd hi.mn to ci;, s~;: itual tlsea.-s nd to exci cise evil spirits from the bodies of their victims. SA By II. M. EGBERT A A 1I:...)rmIII t . It, /a. by i.. i. ha una .) ' oi urrK t in tralt bra.I n.) MI'ST c(onf,.ss that I have not told t he truth (.nternintn thlt hI e gilln ing of miy relatlollis witrh I r. Ivarn I rodsky, in whose compitany I awitnessed so lrany matrvel, o1 p.ychi'al ixpe-ri •nent. I have said that I became his secretary through our association at the hospital, where I was one of his lecture, class. That is trlue neverthe less, I have onitteid -through shame. I mnlust confesis--thei story of thlie ex peri-rtces that brought about our in timniac. I was dei - sl 'rate with ill fortrune. Everythlliig at gone againlist nie. I had graduated fromi the hospital the year i,-lorie, rashly mnarried upon the strength of an exl'ected iposition whloh ne...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

CRE" PLEASES WAR DEPARTMENT1 , _..,---- picers Are Glad Public Knows the Unprepared Condition t, of the Arnmy. i CONGRESS HAD BEEN WARNED: ,--reg5lve Republlcar- May Ask a 4Ifghe to Be presidential C3nui date-Democrats to Formulate n Plan for Scalna Triff a Down Gradually. "p By GEORGE CLINTON Wsahington.- ,i;ber', o',l oni[ C-a: a - a brave 'tff,:t tot llit. t i r.iabment wLhn tit..vy w ere cote 1 feted with the r,' Ijrt rfro im *.c r, of War Iicktli on to the fitt aW this country is ui lpr'l. ed lo;1 w if war shall olnet It was not es metd that the facts which Mr. i, K l aent to congre' w'ouIll be nade l and it was the publicity given w. which made the mtembers cob.n efeit astonishm,'nt, for the truth, is gat congress has known for three un that in the opinion of the .trm. cers of the country, if conflict I sjid come suddenly, the Japanese agd take the Pacific coast. land an ay on it and hold the section west -ie Rockies for a long time before t the United States could dislod...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY,.T. T"A Y , . 11. ABNER E. UIE EN, - - Laitrot. SUBCRIPTI4OV Yb AILY 1 In Advasrt. .. PIlCEElINGIS FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE BOARD. D ii i , .L.is. 11. 1'#11. The 1oard (of ('cn.no--..i , .- ".t tlhe Fifth Louisiana 1.evee l i-tir t :'t ,r regular sssion at IPlta, L:t., tiis lay. There mee I,relnlt: E. J. Ilantley andtI (C. 1. \'oelker of East Carroll pari-h. J. T. 'tbhlehllani, pre- i.llt , :ural \ . 11. Ward, Madis-on ,pari-Ih. B. F. Youn, g anr d t 4,. e'. ,,.l uan, Tenea paris.h. J.1. 11. Larntdin. ('ioerdia Iaili-h. N. 11. IAwis, S-' cretary. A quorum e.inr p .rent, th.e hard proceedled to bu-ines- as: Iliau: tin AMntion of ('oiniiini--iner ,,,lliitan the reading of oiiilleit- of , lre l\iiis mIe~etinig was dispense.d witlh. Reports of jpr- idl.nt i:.d -"'eeretary were recetived, read a liorI deirle, I tiltIl. The petition of Judge .\. I.. -lack, at torny for (Charles i. ThoIiias, prayiiig for a refund of taxes., paid ill error on...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. I ffective January i, loll. gOL D sTATIoN .t II H' . N !\.I . I\ II .I. I , 1T 67"I0\ " II N LN t .- I "0 \ IlI '.I, . I, . .1 '" 1.\ i-.- Rt\'IDF:Nl F ý , . . i.3333 ." 9I.L . , . v .ý 9.17 " \l , p1 1. -'.I , g 9.3X, I .%All I:. .ki 13 1q ". i .1 1.1 0 .g 10. " I::11'LLTON 1 . 1.9 " I .\ 1'K . iI '. " . 1 S 10.. "" T ii i " II.OXi "I. .t I" HIII'I ,+: Lf 1 .* "lt 4I .:. A N " ., "" 1II \1.5' ' TF"1. 1f ' " 11.41 . W "T' 't il' i 3 .3 1. 1215 , . M L YrT N J " T , Du .i , 4 12.3 i-RRIL Y 7.0 A. M .210A M \I A1.I A . I , l' l.5 5 . N V'i' 'Z HIl - g f the Press on the Death od Miss Virgie Braud. lt,00Doom cat ,' r tine ,''uallrlity itýedeath if JIi-- \irzi' I;r:at l = Ietended tt it V I,la' i :, a1 I S' Whereve\cr -1.t was known Svserete-- me,1 fr Ier i ty l v a_ attribute' ,f lirt'tr, :itll . the tidiings r,:t Ihetl her hoIne, Illb side, Lia., that 11, r lu:.iltiful life had ctldl a wail of sir ,rand distre~s ar ose' a, ,ine voice = a ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

INVA MONV Y ICAROA AMERIECA.N AP Q-? - 2 11 &4AM4P/ 47A (OLEA AT MA/VA AW A.NMRA He)NItI~'WI+AS. in thie light cf r,, c-t ,t \ tel()Iln+nt-, tI p,!au ing t1h2, "au r 'a ute as dis l Nl :icragua, :tnI, it 1t excetA. i n thr light of tiiiict tht > In, 't tt, t".,l th Ihat t l v til'rit h;tlln" of thIe I' eted St;ita-s will be- felt in ;orth ( cntral A te'ric'atn rei)clhlic 'Too llmanl' A:lletric.,l int-l reits ar'e at g ~sta tke, t let the lr trac-t of Sj)panishi ru bl r- u.() ci "!,"l , . s., M a n t e.la offic'ial:. t en' ti one as I h se, trouble-s uri-'' t.irc .eicu c-,t (Central Alnerila it is the- intei-titi n (if l'resi d.-ti t Taft and hi.,s seubcrinaties to f-crc-cc i lastintg Ic-ace. It ha.'-t been lping sinet- l'nite'l States Milnister M1 rri was chased thrio: t the, atr,' ts of Man:agua ho the soldiers of 1Pr(e-olbe;t Zelaya. but cocllitions in these three years have wcrielrfiull c'l;ange'I. Pe.rhaps no nmant s.aw fartiher iinto the luture of ?hose iatmn-Ameri ca...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

ADnot Wllmt r tl ti *4T00 AND tou0ot tomaa mY I Si ;rF hi :ki SIS ,. ItL ~C, / a ,1'1 / s /l/ 1'ý f. to I· IsI tr tc iK'~ a~g ss `-t ~JI i I ~ ' Y ANDERILT. T"x. - Chartes Peeler, who robbed the Wells Fargo Express of $50,00J eleven years ago, is running an engine on the St. Louis. Brownsville & Mex!co Rail ag He is apparently suffering no lgs of conscience over his tcr'ie. !1s penalty which he paid for taking o- money was five years in the pen lastiary, the court giving him that -matence on a plea of guilty. What b-came of the $30,000 is a M-iery to the Wells-Fargo people .n the detecti-es who; hale been lrcthing for it e"vtir s.nce, says the NIe York Press. It is known that Ieeler never has reaped any benefit I om the stolen money. Proru the ms he left the doors of the peniten OMry until a short tinoe ago there was flt a day that he was not shadowed b detectives. At last the -xpress mipany- I said to be ci,nviticed that O man Ict or ialsplaced the money. ewm the "omnany has ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 20 January 1911

G. iJ(lIN A COAL MINE ·r -~ - __ .-:. .-..-_,.·AP8 ..:,, ::.; ti.' P'.,#i'iiftR AT3t_RE W/TNO,; T Ti-E UN r- r --r _-L~ I ''it / Jd/P4Vz AJ ~MtSFYutA'E W/dOi·' T TAL 41/A' W " HOEVER bhard of a lu uriant garden flourishing in the bowels of the earth a subterranean paradise. where beautiful, sweet scented flowers bloom and tasty vege tables for the dinner table mature while icy winds and jack frost reign with despotic power on the surface above? Whoever imaginao that the soil of a dark, damp coal mine-after its black treasures of carbon had been exhausted to keep factory wheels in motion and houses warm-could be utilized for flower raising and truck gardening? It has remained for an enterprising Indianian- a hoosier-to at least ex periment, with a measure of success, along floricultural and horticultural lines in the bowels of the earth, at a depth where sunshine and rain never penetrate. Frank II. Posey of Posey ville, Posey county. Indiana. is the man who rivals Burbank the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTEV Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.5 Per Ann S IE -lT E L RAR-------- R NEW' SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEIPH, ILA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911. UBER 4. ..... .. . ..... .. . .. ... ... . ... . .. ... .. .N U M B ER.. .•4. p U o3F LI I " .. &r · ý p.. A TO/hER 0ON A WN ALERI ~-'l Sthere is one branch of the United States naval service in which men and officers alike undergo wild ad ventures, see strange sights and suffer great hardships it is the Alaskan revenue cutter service. Pur suing criminals in a country wilder even than the bailiwick of the Cana dian mounted police, sailing uncharted arctic seas, capturing Japanese seal imugglers, studying ethnological and geographical conditions among un named races and unmapped countries, their lives are filled with the romance sad the privations, the mystery and the revelations of the true pioneer. Lieut. LeRoy Reinburg. who is in ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

UNADLE TO RESIST I FASUIl , 1N OF CROOK For Tventy Y ' !. Wo :'i Lived in , y. Bn in . . ,;. '\r L' ,1 ' t t I " ' I ' ! '' ' 1' I , ' . :1 'A l, , ' . t .''1 '' ,,i : , . " 1 ;,'. A'oin't' f iL, 1 i " . . 'r , ,i fo r ! F ' . :.,r 1 1. . V ,, 1,, t," - " . ' 1 . l l ' , t !" , 11 h'1 l rt -,f t " !,'` n I' ' . i ..l . ,. '%i th. " r >f', : r l IAir:.n' l \' ,';n I, m'ard lo " ti h 'r h. i. 1, if }i atr f ' A 'tions ; an t I. ' A n ' r I ho " i '" it a'" lon r: I r inA.· of . ri.l i lt hA !vill ' . i . I t'l." f. it t of th . l t h,, ('r 111t11 . I, h. Ir iion ~t. anyv ra ' tA'A' 'n:':it' r'" nt c'ontin lA' tin. In I" if rlltr h i), i - ' r mAr Short Term of Ha',incss. I nil'hll an In lbhs' r . tIc o,' , ha.ti not (ni, t I.A hit Art of th.' girl hit ofl h' rr It l "r in fl h "'r *er r io ni '' . 'r an li h ,n r", lils h ,,' T1: c l·\ '. h< t', pal s id.1 for a ti '" ;ill Is 'n IAA t hi iri l not Ahrk , 1; i..) l il : h rto Lt. ' !ll , I:. I''IA lll ANA r ' lA tal ' l r:' ,.!...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

Friends in San Rosario By O. IINIRY S . .. 1: h, rut tri l It., r also got ,'r . , 1 h e it h r -b . . ,, d : . A ,i t oi I t it railr, I: , 1r th r .i'tl , Dollar sa ,,'ltn, +or I;:, thi g: . "ii ot idlt rs ab o r it , : 'ti,'t Indrst -t , i.:l lnk, i u st i ih t -:,t-' ments of th' i,: i til It t wt I :ll. t II, w a s s l ,,rt ,in it- ' , i i n' itt lr ) h a ir, i li tl - -, . It - : I1, !! (t flao f ilia. 1 bUSg-ll r,. . Ij e.o I rIHe i-,I '! 1 T \it' lium He rw+,s ,t , ! ,I ,I ,' pn"',"d ,a limp bute art(:i! rt " ' e. i t not a c t u a l it " i n:t! : After \ k ia ' itOn . of thro s q u a r t s hI ", ; ;s , ," t +, . ." < t. r ( It t Il town's h ...ii r ' t':1m l ]ir .tn(Itl,,r stre,'t of ,i:; (tra , ,' < r .u., it Ih, m ain oli ', , fhii !i 1~'v hlui ,1 of San yo aru a s ]t to int,' < 0l n:,r* P. I i lt' itles n, 4 1!1"' Ita d.d tit tin'S ter. I'1 iii o n e c ,o r r £, 'r . t , ,no d t hI . " ( 't t o t '' ' I ' l 'lIn snothter l 'ir , 1: 's !(tihii etlr u m .. T...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. FRIDAY..I'NI \IY ;1 . 1`11. ABNERt E. ,l:i..N. - 1, io. o" , "" ..,...... 1" , $ .50. Com plaint- .. ', i 1-: ' ,r. quent for :niii. 'iiri .til 'tin lg the entire lint of til \1. 11 % Ih R il Road ,,f Ili, .,i ii ''I. art les-t i -S -fe the at il ,get. - '. tihi- ,,a' ; th, alult liint 11'', I - It il- tI llail , ttL e, i ( 1 i : t hln"'ut -l' ' 0 , I '' t ntiin' , t111 l ' "' 1t, t. L ii lI meeail .ig llnt: I t , t 1 , ;..Ir 'or .fl p st-ofli,'. tl, " 1 .. ' h 1 oll the ho: ill11', a1 II, t'1 r,ute h:s reache datil :t Il. a ti , ' rli"ii i ' atter lrn el l rpl.rti , '. It' t ,Hei "tici ,lh repeated 1, 1 "t.t -- " ll. :,.,:,. ,,..t hill er u illi e ,) ll .1ly it is tl. lito intpro and rnlit rly .'11 ill, hlut after see line ly Irdin,, l ivlii .emrls tor thger -ii i ,rk. -.' u.int the again their 1. ln;1 ,11 11 :etl nlrmt ith furepll weak ti.rel.'i', , -kd in t'he transit oft hilvei friat I fd',ing soT S parish tt, N as.l, .} I n t .ll i, l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

Program for Parish Teachers' Association. To be Held in the High Scheol eildiug ii the Towm of St. Joseph n the 10th and 11th of February, 1911. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th. y: 4 to l--RtH.l Call. Answer by quotation rotm Reading Cuurme. lUt1' It 2 :' 14-\.1 I Itin t., second grade by Mlie McDaniel. u10:2 t, i 1 l-ll i.w t-. tudly. Chapters VI, VII and VIII, 3Ir. Smith t cinhlnt. the class. 1 1 1 1 t . . 1 1 . t l - - l b . t , . II :11 t,. I.-Ia'.,,n w, 1ecit',uals-'upt. Wade. 12 t" 12Y .;t,---Tailk by I1r. Shlr on School Sanitation. 12:; . -N\ ....n I'. lEvening Session. 2. ' t .:;-( t . ti- an I I'alti : ('IalptArs X XVI to XLI (inclusive). t('.ndnuted l by Mr. Striugtleld. 3 to 1"--l, 1h .1 try for 2ndI and :lrd grades by Miss C('.uvillon. 3 15 to 4--( ',lnttet rep,,rt on Rally Day and general discussion. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Ilth. ¶. ti-, !t lo --- 11 . fif|L' I rt'4",.i . 9 I t., ,T-° I fall. Answer with quotation from .Longfellow. ¶.4, t1, I --\1.M1 I I. l,',n 1111 the diviaion ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

The Naughty Little Milliner A TRUE STORY OF THE SECRET SERVICE By Col. II. C. W'hitley, Former Chief United States Secret Service SlIE i l;pat'hy of thie piubilc is usu ally be-towed up one the weaker SeX. t-'! oiu!i Heavenr I.niow it is a mls ti,.ke to tnsuplpose tiit tihe weakness of humanlnity is con !ined to .otan alone. Certainly in iatiietr-r of love aend sairitit e she ofteln tiniis proves her self the stronger, anld in crirnllal ways I ',r powers of invention have many times reached the acme of perfectlon. The subtle devices resorted to by womenet for pull trng the wool over the e-yes of the offt ceri of the law are frequently more misleading and dttlEiult to penetrate than the most scientific roguery plan ned by men. The several novel ,exp. dIi nts resort ed to by the Widow \Wd()l!, bItter known in pilher, (-irel,-s as "The Naughty l.lt'e!e Mllllinr," for throw ing diut into the . yes of the dete.c tives, is indced a in:erve-loius exeuplnl flcatlon of female ingenuity It wa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

FREE-- 'F--~ A TEADVICE 10 1VOMENN ~DesSn r e iil`'4~ I ·· 1··: "l nrt fI 7, Rte' ! it v r.dand al4·;\ ..,r ~j1 4ei) ihfbd a t' -' wlth~1t4K'i .4- 4 ' Oatcf"" '' Ot of tichY e1arn:~ f?1! i; is your r., t~En exrc gynoe hai + , tI WIWto t.f , 0 ' ,' I ON offer(f t - i . t rlta '''' 1· ';.1 1 L4~i;.4.U cudicine I '' -C 3rery w '414a t 0114' i't t(Iº 1(tVo ¶zt flook. It 4 H ia 14,4 i'.r pera distl"4411ti('Ii '4t i 1 tt.(o perul Ve. It i' f14 0. 1141 OInly ajnalII'.4 ly ll;iii. A". rito for Yrday. WAITING FOR TROU2LE. "4 / ~ 4 ~, 4 V'' I 4 . 4 4r y I I i 1 hr a kiss if 344 444 t' So'et'n andc Sir John F4sh''r. Admiral i-n',I., ., . .' 4 ,4 n .11" f~bj o i' Ii, r A 4' 1 ",Iv 4 24ii 44.4° ý h. 44-' 44tn"e 4 t .' n (t14,4 '1,4,4 to d1 ba t'a i 1444 l 424 4 I. 44 11, 44 r take "4no" '44 for t it i 44 l't " 4. 44I II wS admilt 'I ,: :1,4 .. I'44' 414'44444424144 *inten'~ 1'~l14:4 24 g 444 4. 4 4r'4 I r Jabi. "Ae,'i'' '-14,4 4441 ''4.4 wh 40~ 441''4444'44. 4 4 qetfl 14 24 4 2444 I ~4' 4 ) ~ hr...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 January 1911

NEw NEWS OF YESTERDAY Little Grand Opera Romance' • . Col. Mapleseon's story of Hs Sen's Elopement With Premtbre Dan* so*ue Explains WhI the In. preesrie Kissed Ole. Patti. Gertoer, Oampalnt. Del Pea to. Albani, Nordica. Mintle Msack these were a few of the 'e ep5raio singers that were iape eed to the AmerMean publie by the smeet famous impresario of his day, lte iW Cod.. J. H. Maploeso who brought Italian opera to bNew Trt a371 and for a number o years tbersatr the chief Vpsre ti the prodwetie gr pand opera tL the mew world. When Od~ Muapeaon, who smalued an Eng9bhm a to the day of hb death' in 1901, msdo his last businetm rip to this side, I renewed my acquaint ance with him, and in the course of our conversation I mentioned the name of Cavalasal. The colonel smiled reminiscently and said: "Do you remember the time the New York newspapers printed a story to the efect that I had been discovered entbusiastically kilsing a very hand some young woman in the public wait ing room o a r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

STTENSAS GAZETT q· HE: TE .... T . + + , AZF~ r. Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. OffiCimi Paper . the Parimh lh Ti . S1 sd ld ml FIth Lmfi Teams Dlý $, wt1.5. P, . NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., RDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. +:}+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NE .I;lE O.XII S.JSP,, DY ERUR ,11.NME . "f . . .. . . . ... .. . . . . I . + , .L=_ ,, .. . . I . . l. . . . . . . . . .. . I .. .. I' ". ·· l . . ' -+. /. . ' SYPRINCESS XENIA i TO WEAR "HAPP Y CROWN" ME.--"There will be no E alliance between his impe theral b)e the duke of the A ; ad ý Cat arine lilklis of Amer ica." This is the semificial announcement doubtless in spired from the court of Victor Emmanuel III., king of Italy. Queen Helena makes no secret of her sat ton at the outcome of this re IKtable romance between the daugh l.ro the late West Virgini million mss' and United States senator and the ..Ra who is first cousin to the king, ~-i who might ascend the throne +'sasld death take away his brothers b the little sons of...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

ii C ATn BKIT JDWARD B. CLARK COP%9/CkT BY IcA PATTFRASO/ F THE war and navy depart ments would publ;sh in book form the records of the serv ice of officers and men rii times of peace the readers thereof would be dispossesed of the thought that all the hardships unlergone and all the heroism displayed by men of the armed forces were of necessity connected with deeds of warfare. There are many thrilling stories and many hu man interest stories in the "peace records" of the army and navy. Recently the monitor Purt tan, a heavily armored craft of one of the older types. was used for purposes of experi ment with a new high exlplo sive. Willard S. Isham, an ordinance engineer, invented the explosive, and his claim was that with it a vessel could he destroyed from the outside jus': as well as froft the inside. It has been held that high explosives lose their force unleeý more or less confined. It was known to b,: the rule that the effect of the explosion generally went upward and outward ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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