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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

Ihe Chairs of Stuyvesent Baon REMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whose investigations into psychic phenomena enabled him to cure spiritual diseases art to exorcise evil spirits from the bodies of their victims. 4 By H. M. EGBERT A ( .pyrlrgbt. 1. by W. U. Chapm.) (Lopyrigbt in Urat Brtaln., MONG the numerous in vestigations which Dr. Ivan Brodsky made in my company I recall the case of Stuyvesant Baron's furniture, be saere of the poetic Justice which it Kougbt about. Rarely, indeed, did g-y visitor from the unseen world so oeroughly justify his appearance as _ this Instance, or work such perma aaat beneficial effects upon the char ,ter of his victim. We had seen no one for several days, being engaged upon a study of pecIllar delicacy in conectlon with te pituitary body in the brain of a ýSmpanzee, when, one afternoon, a lead and important voice in the parlor glowed the announcement of the bctor s servant The visitor had in slated upon entering, he said, and he ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA. FRIDAY, FEBRIUARY :;, 1911. ABNER E. GREEN, - - }EDITOR. S uIr Ad-va're. Thrugh Sermice to New Orleans. Messrs. Snyder & G(ilfoil, attl' neys of Tallulah, have adllressied a petition to the Rail Road ('oinniis sion of this State, and caused to be criculated among the citizens of our town requesting signatures and pray ing that honorable body to require the St. JLouis, Iron Mountain & Southern Rail Road to. to put on through trains from Lake Provi dence to New Orleans. The service we now have has become so very poor and unsatisfactory that the road has. almost ceased to be useful to our people. The passenger trains run on such irregular schedule as to make connection at other points un certaiq.and often impossible, there by causing delays to patrons that are always costly in both time and money. The tratlic business has been so badly neglected that our freight service is a farce. Only this week one local was taken off entire ly. The co...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

Program for Parsh Teachers' Association. To w Held in mte Hib Schoel Iluii ii the Tm of Sft lJoseqh th 16th ad 11th if Feruaiy, 1111. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th. (.4 t3--4º)lp ning exerciEes. 94,) to I,-Rl ('all. Answer by quotation from Reading Course. 10 to 10 2 -M-INM hI~son to second grade by Miss McDaniel. 14 1:2'- t 11 lo--llow to Study. Chapters VI, VII and VIII, Mr. Smith to con1rtl t the class. 11:10 to 1I :21 'e-- '.. 11 .J2I to l2-l- ,n in Decimals--Supt. Wade. 12 to 120::1--Talk by Dr. Slicer on School Sanitation. 12 3.3 to 2-Noon lIkt'.4 . Eveaiag SMeio. 2 to 2: 11-Singing. 2:1 0, tl-('ivi'. and Health: Chapters XXVII to XLI (inclusive). ('onducted by Mr. Stringtleld. :1 to,::1 -MN1vl story for 2nd and 3rd grades by Miss Convillon. 3:1., to 4-Contumittee report on Rally Day and general discomion. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11th. 9 to 9:10--4 )lpeiing exercsees. ., ,14 to ¶':2--Roll Call. Answer with quotation from Longfellow. 9:2'-' to 1l-Model lesson on the division of the sectio...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

FOOD A LA TABLOID New First-Aid-to-the-Hungry Ra tion for Army. Twenty-Four Hours' Meals All Packed In a Can About the Size of a Cake of Kitchen Soap. Washington.-A half pound of grub a day for a hard-worked soldier sweat ing in the trenches! Dinner, two and two-thirds ounces after a forced march, when he is footsore and weary! Twenty-four hours' meals, all packed cnugly In a tiny can, about as big as Bridget's slab of kitchen soap! Such is the invention of Gen. Henry '. Sharpe. commissary general of Uncle Sam's army-the busy omcer who thrice daily feds the 853,000 hun gry mouths of our soldier boys. He is the first inventor you ever heard of who hopes that there will never be any demand for the prize fruit of his genius. And this is be cause this invention is an "emergency ration." whose use would mean, in the first place, war-which General Sher man rightly defined as "hell"-and, in th second place, an unfortunate emer gency of war resulting from a cutting off of the supplies of an...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

OLDS in One Day s Cold Remedy Relieves the .iOt and lungi almost immediate Fevers, stops Discharges or S takes awsy all aches and pain Scolds. It cure Grip and ob and prevents Pneumonia. . stiff or swollen joints, no mat r chronie' Ask your drugg.st for 's Rheumat ism Remedy and see "dy-you will be cured. I have any kidney or bladder trou Monyon' Kidney Remedy. s Vitalicer makes weak men sad restores lost powers. and Effect -gm , d a ,somem. a w as takinhg & .h. Smddh helem ldirn llz , krs Hud s Wbusoswtml ied by Bsaera. Kheil sos. ge - a, Ls melbe d sh. - b ,i, e pess .1tel phiGsNL Jd 4d. J d slght dro i tie d t Snowdrtft Hogtle smid  Iprslrre n imitalted y r al te seda1 like . sa deIs t lhk hlie th ORICINAL N ARD SHORTENING Hog-u Lard I llr E tN Cs Isesi . t - Farner's Son's Great Opportunity Wywalt for the old farm to become your Inbeltan s Beginquw to sonable prices.lln -not ad ar fro nowrs ioJ lberan, ahreyou r ta or b a t rahe p onabloe .on. ps ti lar d will be l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 February 1911

NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY y . L. '<a n'uat j FamousGeorgian as aProphetl Senator Benjamin Harvey Hill Predict ed That His Attack on Mahone Would Be His Last Speech. With the possible exception of Alex ander H. Stephens, vice-president of the confederacy, no other statesman of the south who entered congress during the reconstruction era so greatly in terested both members of congress and visitors to the capitol as did old Ben lamin Harvey Hill of Georgia. First as a representative and then as a sen ator, he was especially conspicuous be cause he was the member of the state convention of Georgia in i861 who earnestly opposed the proposed seces sion of that state. After Georgia se ceded, however, Mr. Hill gave his earnest support to the cause and be came a member of the confederate sen ate, where he met George G. Vest of Missouri, who served as a confederate senator before he became a United States senator from Missouri. Vete ran members of congress of the seven ties and early eighties...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE OPause Ploih Copan, ltdL offru l Paper  th Parih . o T oSAi ad.l mi mr th Liam L e Im.riDcti l NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. NUMBER 6., _ , i. . ' ". . .' 2 ' ' " " ' ; . " .. ... . . . . . . . . . .. . ,, . = ,, , . ,= = ,,=,,= . ,,. . . , . , , =,a_ " .. . .. = " " 2 .' * . . ' " . . ' ' " ' ' ' , , ' ,,= , , ,,.-,,, , , . USE MAY TAKE UP CANADA PACT Ur t Unikely to Insist That It ball Take Form of Legis lative Action. SI PRECEDENT FOR STAND  ntod of Tariff Commission BiW Vi' t It Will Be Weakened--tory of Philadelphia Woman's Costly S Ventur in Smuggling. By 'GEORGE CL1INTON. :.' VSagton.-Prior to this time in dispatches it has been said that JeMkldent Taft had high hope that be lre thhe preseat sesalon ended he ,Meld be able to let the country know -  the "ultimate consumer" was to eansdgt by the opportunity to purchase grme iof the necessities of life at a Oveer price than heretofore because of - M removal from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

TRAGEDY IS LINKED WITH NAME OF SHARON REDERICK FERMOR HESKETH. lieutenant ti Ninth Lancers, British a I army. on seven days' I F leave, stood on the pl a at Queenstown, Ire- e S land, the other day in a tweeds from his turned It up trousers to his tore and aft cap, ti twirling a cane on his fingers and te whist ing a regimental ditty. The c next day he was lost to the world. He h disappeared the way a shadow van- t Ishes when the sun hides behblnd as cloud, leaving no answer to the ques- e tion where. They pressed officilal but- I tons in the British war office and r Scotland Yard, and an alarm for the d missing officer went to all parts of the world. At the end of 30 days the mys- t tery mark was placed opposite his r name in the army records. Thus, in 1910, another tragedy Is linked with the name of Sharon, or, as they phrase it out In the Pacific coast. t with the long-dead argonaut's money- I bags, says a writer in the New York r World. Stretching wide the list to t take in all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

z~C7Z Al ) rT he La st Chap ter in the RONANCE7  UR & H dy o rmen rmaneY JANES OLIVEP CtJnwncr ;~ Ei10 i 141 i! /\ k,,re ý _ý (.r ý+ý _ t !U ý ,V .y / ý_ iCr. i, ý."ý o,_ý` 'ý,. ."t. `ý ' I / ý ,f - _ ý ._ !_ . ý ^ r . "eS`. 4 . IvSr _''y .'f :n~s- ~ 0 w '~ t " eiý by `,ýtýý ý ." ý 'r"` pil Are HIE day of romance-romance of the old sort, of pirate-in fested seas of peril-ridden lands of gold, of strange and unknovin countries filled with the lure that has drawn men has rapidly passed away. It is followed now by the romance of Iron and steel, the romance of iavention, of progress, of a civilization that . Its fast crushing out the last vestige if the priitive and adding each day new chapters o its own marvelous achievements. It seems iie a fitting decree of fate that the oldest a l most romantic of all the industries of m, with the exception of his earliest fight r fooeed, should be the last to die. There is Slasthing of pathos in it, especially when it M pointed out to one as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

* The Teaas Gasttl ST. JOSEPH, - - L A. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. ABNER l. IREEN, - - Eorrom asas srseN. TMA*s% $. _ -- 'IN-- a InAdMvae.. Th Now Ipst at Nmim. NEWELLTOY, La., Feb. 9, 1911. Editor Teneae Gazette: It is with great pleasure that we can now report to the traveling pub. lic in general and the Gazette in particular, that the depot at New ellton, which was destroyed by fire some time ago, has been replaced by a handsome and up-to-date structure. The new structure is complete ir every detail and the rail mad com. pai,y has not spared expense. The building is a two-story structure, the second floor having four rooms which are intended for the living apartments of the agent and family / These rooms are finished in natura wood smnd varnished, each havin: a closet built in the wall. The roon which is intended for the kitchen ii provided with several cabinets, one for dishes, one for linen, and the other for groceries, etc. The lowel floor consists of two nice waitin; rooms, o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. gOgTg BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND CAIr-PASSEN GER PAASENOER-LOCA Mc(ElIEE.. 2.15 P. M. McGEHEE JCTi 2.13 TRIPPE JCT .1. .. 6.20A. . ..HALLEY 1.45 6.38 .. MACON 1.27 6.55 . AKE VILLAGE... 1.10 7.10 JENNIE.. 12.5 .. {l.r. M. 7.3 EUDORA. 12.34 6.85 p. . LI " 7.44 READLAND. 12.2 6.1. 6. 7.1 o ARKLA. ARK 12.14 6.00 8. 0 MILLIKIN. LA 12.04 P.M. 5.40 " .1 " 3 HELBURN 11.52 5.15 SM "* 8.30 .LAKE PROVIDENCE 11.35 4.45 g.i " 8.52 . TRANSYLVANIA , 11.13 8.85 .1 9"0'2 .ALNATIA 11.06 3.15 ENOKA 10.7" 2.50 O MANSFORD 10. 3 2,00 . " .8 TALLULAH 10.2 1.40 1111 9.o47 LA('LEDE. 10.15 12.3'5 . 1. " 0100 .ALLIGATOR BAYOU. 10.00, 12.061 P. A0 .M 10 i.10 QUIMBY 9.48 11.53 IsF. MI . 10.22 SOMERSET 9.35 11.10 S" 1 0. .. NEWELLAYTON 9.1J5 10.0 3. 10.59 " ..LAKE BRU'EN 9.00 10.00 I. ,, 11.8 ST. JOSEPH.. 8.4.5 " 9.40 " 1.0 " 11.24 .(LOCUS'T RIDGE. 8.25 9.00 1.1 " 11.35.GOLDMAN 8.16 " 8.42 5.0 " 11.41 .. WATERPROOF .. 8.12 " 8.35 .41 " 12.15 P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

Mrs. Bingham's Solitaire Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, the greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times By FREDERICAL REDDALE 1(upyr ght. 1Y1U. by W U. Chapman! NE of the roost interes t O ing exploit.s of Perciv l Nagel---the inmman i late, lite, the boyish, the ex qulsite Percy Nagel. of itullivants' great agen cy-was the occasion w h e n, impersonating one of New York's gild ed youth, he unraveled the mystery attending the disappearance of an unset diamond of al most fabulous value owned by Mrs. "'tarty" Hlingham, one of Man hattan's four thousand, a multi Manhattan's four thousand, a multi millionairese by virtue of copper, coal, oil, and other quite too horrid crude products never mentioned in polite so ciety. Mrs. "larty" Bingham-the late lamented Bartholomew had consid erately left her a widow, fair, fat, and 40-had literally bought her way into the social swim by virtue of lavish en tertaining, via a box at the Metropol itan, a mansion in hideously...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

UMATISM every chronic rheumatle to throw Sall edicines, all linments, all iad r Ne 'MNON'S iRlEUMA EDtY a triaL No matter what or omay say, no matter what eads may say, no matter how ou nray be against all adver t4r F' at one to nr dr et a bottle of the H1FUMfA DY. I t f!s to give satis will rerun f yrnr mon-y.-Manyoan ber this remedy contains no alt n mo oim o ('lne. morphine or cfi l rorms. It Is pat up arder garantee of the Pure Food and Drug tale by all drnglsts Price. 25e. :ATj RE GALLANTRY CEASES 0gM Thing That a Woman Has No Right to Expect From a Man. " always believe." he gallantly , "1n yielding to the ladies." Ssgappose you always give way to y wife when you and she happen ' av* an argument r 'i nariably" a" *g.d you never fail to relinquish of I naet in the car when it happens v, ". srome woman would have to stand g" you did so?" b gulaly." o01 sDe you take off your hat when you ye slat an elevator where there are w 9 sever fall to do that." se 'e3 you had secured the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 February 1911

NrneurN eus m I ~of y~atir t' t Might Have Reached.the Top Daniel Lamont's Story of How Fred eric P. Olcott Rejected Opportu nity That Later Made Grover Cleveland President. When Daniel S. Lamont, private seo retary to Governor Cleveland. private secretary to President Cleveland, and one of the latter's secretaries of war, told me this anecdote he prefaced it with the statement: "I want to tell you hnw a man you know might have been president had he not deliberate ly and with his eyes open chosen an other path. "This man," pursued Mr. Lamont, then vice-president of the Northern Pacific railroad, "was comptroller of the state of New York from January 1, 1877. to November 4, 1879. As comptroller he gained great popular ity throughout the state, and the high est respect of business and financial men generally, because of the efficien cy and celerity with which he carried on the work of his department. So hrilliant, indeed, were this man's serv ices as comptroller that a flattering offe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

THE TENSAS GAZE TE ee Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Paris of Te Sc etrd and Fifth Liuia Levee District. $1 Per A m. r. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911. NUMBER 7. L I "n u uu um unum 1nn mnn• mnn n n u m n unnu n • u nn u uun nmm m i n u um uuu • n m nu n nmu munn lu nu m uulu m umUta nnun u mu alu n  in | NATE MAY KILL - COMMISSION BILL  grse Republicans Agreeing on Dalzell Measure but Its Fate Is in Doubt. 1AY PROBE NAVY ACCIDENTS t Roused by Many Recent iqtre--peaker Cannon's Hour u 'a-m-Mine Fatalities More Numerous In America Than In Europe. By GEORGE CLINTON. ~si u ington.-Members of the ways of means committee having refused omatioa to the Longworth tariff com : don bill and having endorsed one tIo to be more to their liking, the _s lcan leaders of the house are i more In atWood to pass the 'I, stion which the president has it:ars are some wide differences be a-1 lum the Longworth bill and the Dal bill which has supplanted...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

4o 0 -o 00 • lolb-o° ,,4Gb' uc, io MERRY war of millions or is on between Andrew 00 Carnegie and John D. Ia Rockefeller, perhaps the le richest two men in all ni the world. "I expect to die poor," is Mr. Carnegie's battle m cry, and as a retort Mr. nt Rockefeller has often declared: "No one shall outgive me. C" Theirs is not a fight like those that H Wall street so often sees-neither one is trying to ruin the other in this gi game of money. It is a fine and friend- to ly rivalry between the Pittsburg Ironmaster and the Cleveland oil king to see which one will be able to give away the most money during his life- f time. At the moment Mr. Carnegie F leads by about $6,000,000, but nobody t can tell when Mr. Rockefeller will come back at him with some more h, millions that again the lead, which neither one ever succeeds in keeping D long. ' It Up to a short time ago Mr. Rocke - feller led the giving game, led by d something like $6.000,000, but Mr. Car- tl negie on December 14 took it f...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

Homoe Homunculus REMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whose investigations into psychic to exorcise evil spirits from the bodies of their victims A By H. M. EGBERT A i 144 pyrlk. LN. by W. U. Chapm (t.-p1iabl t Is Urmit Br$SfllaJ HE adoventures which I en countored in the company of Dr. Ivan Brodsky, while assisting him in his psychic al experiments, had all, as I have hitherto related them, arisen out of his rnUsset desire to aid his fellow men. Ihave now to record one of a differ .st character, in which the doctor for e first time broke his self-imposed Jale not to tamper with psychical af 'bd out of curiosity or scientific in ersst. It was-on this ground, per p--a failure, so Tar as ultimate re Odts are concerned; yet it was of so gtrsge a character that I feel it is -Orthy of record. One evening when I entered the - etor's apartment I found him curled - in an arm-chair, surrounded by a ls of dusty tomes, some apparantly of a most venerable age. As I entered be l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, FEBIUARY 24, 1911. ABBWER IB. ZN, - - Emrrss. S ,meoasree vases, -- - [coxiazsrsD.] When the writer was working with the local committee, preparing the program for the Third Annual Convention of the Louisiana School Improvement League, held in La fayette, January 17-18, 1911, we were very anaiou to prepare an at tractive, prograp and select such subjects for disdnsion that would greatly benefit the, men and women who would att ad $bi convention, and awaken in them a better un derstanding of this great organized effort, the ilpprpvement of the con ditions of child life in the home, in the school room and on the play ground. One aim of the program commit tee was to have uncrowded programs, the very best musuc and speakers, and carefully seleoted topics, but not so many of them that there would be no time vit for ques tions and dmaaou . The addrmms of welcoma hd a ring of truth and warmth of love for childhood aad rljt that prompt ed them aid were respond...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

Schedle of the M., H. & L Rail Road. rffecU4 Jansary 1, 1911. SOUTH BOUND '.IATIO NORTH BOUND LOCAL--PASSENO ER . , PASNG-LOCAL Mc0. REU n 2.16 P. M. McGERE JLT ............. TRIPPB JCT ..1. . .M 1. . 18A. M .HALL. Y .A 4Y 636 MACOW I1.27 6.55 .LKE VILLAGE 1.10 7.10 ......JENNIE• . .12 `.60 " ' ......... . ... C HI L o Y ':: ............ ls.L2 \ R.11 "EADLAND. ...1.. 6.15 6 " " .. .ARKLA, ARK. " . 1.14 6.m " 01 " M.......ILLKIN, LA . 12.04 P. 6.40 " 7.1 8.18I 8HLBURN 11.32 '. 6.15 6.16 8.0 .LAKE 'ROVIDENCE ... 11.86 4.46 S .52 .TRANRYLVANIA 11.1 6 ". .1 0.02 AL ATIA ...... . 11. .1 " l " 917 .. . .ENOKA .... 10.47 2. " . " ." MAN FORD ....... 107 2.11 " 1. " 9.38 TALLULAH ..... 0.26 ' 1.4 " 11.7 " 9.47 . LACLEDE 16.18 1.6 " 11  1" 0.00 ALLIATOR BAYOU. 0.00 " 12.06 . M. 1.1 10.10 "QUIMBY . 9.4 11.i 1t.isP. M. 10.22 "' SOMERSET... .3 11.10 " .40 " 0. ...... NEWELLTON .. . 10. 4.66 0.68 "......LAKEBRU N ..... f.00 I.06 " l. 1.0 .3 ..... ST. JOSEPH... 4 . 4 . 11." , .LOCUST RIDGE ....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

Tie attlesAip Delaware and Her Great Cru 15s HE battleship Delaware, our newest, largest and finest sea warrior, is now making preparations for a most notable cruise. According to present plans she will sail on this jaunt early this month. and the cruise will con sume the best part of the spring. The itinerary prepared all of a sudden, for this cruise was not even contem plated a few seeks ago-calls for a voyage around the continent of South America, or, at least around the major portion of that triangular continent and it bids fair to be the most notable undertaking assigned to any single C'A battleship since the famous old battle- a ship Oregon made the long trip around South America (over much this same route) at the time of the Spanish American war. The cruise of the Delaware takes on importance from the fact that it is the first stunt of the kind attenipted by cue of our new battleships of the Dreadnought class-floating fortresse so much larger and heavier and more formidably a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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