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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

VEN 'YEARS OF MISERY I e mvred by Lydia E. Pink* s Vegetable Compound. Mo. - "For seven years I everything. I was in bed for four or five days -at a time every month, and so weak I could hardly walk. I cramped and had S backache and head ache, and was so . nervous and weak that I dreaded to see anyone or have anyone move in the room. The doctors gave me medicine to ease me at those sad said that I ought to have an I would not listen to that, when a friend of my husband told shout Lydia E. Yinkham's Vege Compound and what it had done wife, I was willing to take it. look the picture of health and bikeit, too. I can do my own house. hoe my garden. and milk a cow. entertain company and enjoy I can visit when I choose, and s far as any ordinary woman Vin the month. Iwish I could rysufferingwoman andgirl." D s r sx BEuu,, Sikeston, Mo. , most successful remedy in this for the cure of all forms of complaints is Lydia E. Pink. Vegetable Compound. more widely and succeufully than any other r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 February 1911

HAD ROUGH VOYAGE Sailors Had in Mind Tale of "The .ncient Mariner." Baneful Spell That Fell Upon Salling Ship Rhine Was Attributed to Killing of Albatross That Had Taken Refuge. New York.-Coleridgc's tale of "The Ancient Mariner" may now be re peated as the record in many re spects of the strange voyage of the Rhine, a British sailing ship, which has reached this port from Trinidad, laden with asphalt. For forty days and forty nights the vessel struggled against adverse winds, or, like the craft in Coleridge's poem, hung in a glassy sea, "as idle as a painted ship upon a painted ocean." Followed for a time, as men of the crew believe, by as mysterious an in f.uence as that which held the ship of "The Ancient Mariner" in thrall, the Rhine fought its way through to the end of a trip that ordinarily would have occupied fourteen instead of forty days. To the killing of an albatross was attributed the baneful spell that fell upon the ship of "The Ancient Ma riner." The 'question for supe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

THE TENSASGAZE E Gazette Pu Lib i C mpany, Ltd. Offi cial Paper the P.rs of T-ee Sc e-l d d F'i .li L e ,, I .:, Ae m r. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA.,FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. NUMBER 8. ,iI _ I I I. I II THANK MR. ROOT lMoor to Be Given Senator for His Services in th Atlantic c Fisheries Case. It ailegous Federal Council Calls on e President Taft - Ship Subsldy e Still Causing Trouble-Hamlil- c ton to Have a Monument. Sy GEORGE CLINTON. t Washilasto.-Tbe intention to !Mover Senator Elihu Root of New Terk wltn the "thanks of congress." r his services to his country as s ggael in the North Atladtic fisheries e .e which came before The Hague t ibunal, has attracted a good deal of attention because it will be one of *e few cases in which the thanks of the national law-making body have bess extended to civiliaus. Army and t avy ofBoers have been the recipients c of the honor frequently, but civilians Newfoundland, which was a party I o. the fisheries matter, was repre e:. d b...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

AIDS AMERICAN BRIDE AND BABE TO FLEE RUSSIA Mrs. Lillian de Malinowski Tells of Alleged Persecution by Her Husband's Rich Parents. RESCUED BY NEW YORKER SHE MET ON STEAMSHIP. Thrilling Adventures to Recover Her Baby Son, Heir to Large Estate, Recounted on Her Safe Arrival in the United States-Still Fears That the Boy May Be Kidnaped by Emissaries of His Father's Family. EW YORK.--eparated from her wealthy Rus sian husband by the scheming of his fam Ily; kept by force from the side of her baby boy; risking her life to regain him, and fin ally escaping across the Austrian border of Poland by the aid of an American friend who had hurried to her from Norway, Mrs. Lillian Richter de Ma linowski Is back in New York after three years of distressful married life. With his girlish mother is Leonard George de Mallnowski, eighteen months old and heir to a vast estate not far from Gitimir, Russian Poland, In Ithaca is Edward G. Wyckoff. a member of the typewriter family and rich in his own righ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

The Miser's Parrot Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, he greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times By FREDE RICK. REDALE (Copyrtght, IM10 by W. G. C pma ) ness one day brought the following peculiar letter to the London office of Bulli Sants Limited. It shall serve to introduce one of the queerest cases which tih great inquiry agency ever under Ssk to elucidate: ITntagel Priory Near Penzance, June 29, 1 g tlemen: I have been advised to ad Rggs you by the curate of this parish. SJRev. Mr. Penmar, in the hope that Fp can help me unravel a very puzzling ]y same is Muriel Pendragen. and I the granddaughter of the late Mr. Pendragon, who died six months My grandfather was very eccentric, ala stbough he was always kind to me -/ mapot but admit that he was queer at ss. By our few immediate neighbors Sass accounted a miser-Just why I never been able to learn. We al had enough to live on. and he sent g) to good schools for some years after - parents died. Since then...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

' s Tenses lasee. ' ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911. ABNER E. GREEN, - - Enrroa. BUDSCRIPTIONT EIIRLY 5o F- ,- - Advance. $1.* t A ,lppSl sts The Hon. Joseph E. Ranedell, of c TLuisiana, has been slated by the Democratic house for the chairman ship of the impostant committee on = rivers and harbors and waterways. A gentleman of unusual ability and force, a student, business man, and l debater of ability, Mr. Ranedell should fill the position in a way to be of great value to the country, and in a fashion to reflect credit on the I statesmanship of Louisiana. The Democratic party is on trial before the people of the country. Democrats have long lacked the op portunity to demonstrate their ahil- 1 ity for constructive and creative statesmanship. There is an impres sion in certain circles in this coun try that the party is one of simple 4 opposition and negation. America is face to face with one I the greatest problems of its exist- I ence. The railways cannot handle i...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

M Idule of the M., H. & L. Rail Roadl. Effective January 1, 1911. BOe O D BSTATION NORTH LOUND PASSENGER PASSENORR-LOCAL McGEITEE. ... . 2.1 P. M. Mc.EHEE J-T 2.1. TRIPPE JCT......... 1.686 " .1 6.A 4 . .HALLEY ...... ...... 1.4 6. MACON 1.27 '" ."5 LAKE VILLAOG... . 1.10 " 7.10 ..JENNIE . 12.6m " - 7.1 CHICOT.. l12. E7.4O A" . EUDORA ....6.5.. 111 " 6. P. M. 7.R READLAND. 11.22 6 .U16 {: ....ARKLA ARK. 12.14 " 6.M " 70 " MILLIKIN, LA . 12.0 P. M. .40 " 8 60 HELBURN iI. , 5.16 " a. 6 LAKE PROVIDENCE .. 11.165 { 4.46 "" . 1. .2 ...TRANSYLVANIA ............ 11.13 " 1.15 W * 0. .ALMATIA .11.00 " 8.11 " S0.17 .ENOKA. ... . " 10.47 * 2. 0 * . . MANSFORD . 10.27 * 1.0 " S. " TALLULAH .... ......... 10. 1.40 .47 ". . LACLAUEDE. 10.165 12.1 " I.00. .ALLI(ATORBAYOU ..... 10.08 " 12.0P. M. "" 10.00 1A0R.4 . 1.3 "" 10.10 ". QUI'IM Y ...... 0.43 11.48 " T. 10.22 tMERKST 9.35 11.10 1 * NEWELLTONIA . .15 1. " . 10.1 0..I.AKE BRI'EN . . . ".0 10.00 11. 1 "6 .ST. JOSEI'H ..6I5 I .40 " . ....OOL...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

EXCELLENT GRAIN FIELDS IN WESTERN CANADA YIELDS OF WHEAT AS HIGH AS 54 BUSHELS PER ACRE. Now that we have entered upon the 1 making of a new year, it is natural to look back over the past one, for the purpose of ascertaining what has been done. The business man and the farmer have taken stock, and both, if they are keen in business de tail and interest, know exactly their financial position. The farmer of Western Canada is generally a busi ness man, and in his stock-taking he will have found that he has had a . successful year. On looking over a number of reports sent from various quarters, the writer finds that in spite of the visitation of drouth in a small portion of Alberta, Saskatchewan and lManitoba, many farmers are able to report splendid crops. And these re ports come from different sections, covering an area of about 25,000 square miles. As, for instance, at t Laird, Saskatchewan, the crop returns E showed that J. B. Peters had 12,800 10 bushels from 320 acres, or nearly 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

THROAT UBLE SINCE CHILDHOOD 4,uuents Fald. Rl ed byh beL.. Mrs. Wm. Hoh mann, 2764 LAncoln Ave.. Chicago, Ill., writes: "I suffered with catarrh of the bron chial tubes and had a terrible cough ever since a child. "I would sit up in bed with pillows propped up behir.4 me, b.Lt still the cough would not let me sleep. I thought and everybody else that I had consump tion. "So reading the papers about Pe runa I decided to try, without the least bit of hope that it would do me any SHohmann. good. But after tak I--e bottles I noticed a change. appetlte got better, so I kept on, I our'aged. Finally 1 seemed Is magh so much and the pains in got better and I could rest at -o well now and cured of a chronio itd sore throat. I cannot tell pw grateful I am, and I cannot P.runa enough. It has cured dectors have failed and I talk wherever I go, recommend it to People who think they Issumptlon better give it a ntry School for In New York City eIatsred sof Coitrn sad City Li;I -door Sports on Sch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 February 1911

The World's wonders STRANGE THINGS FOUND IN VARIOUS 4 PORTIONS OF THE EARTH Turf Gatherers on Stilts The provinee of Last Prusela, which adjoins the Russian frontier and is Inhabited by Lithuanians, possesses many lakes and a great deal of marshy ground. The latter has much turf. This the Lithuanians aili to the Ger mans, who use it as fuel. The turf-gatherers walk over the marshy ground on stilts, carrying on their heads the bundles of turf they have dug. Thus the turf is borne to the railway station. At times certain of the men will do a little emuggling over the frontier, their stilts enabling them to crope beggy land whleh stops the progress of the Russian soldiers. GHASTLY OBJECT LESSON A gruesome Incident happened re cently at Auburn. a township near BSeatts, in the course of a local op tion election. Both factions were makirg a hard fight and the pron bitionsts appeared to be in the lead until late in the afternoon. Then the tide began to turn. In a franti ef fort, the anti-...

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 March 1911

HE TENSAS GAZETTE ,_-- a aette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Te As SchelB rd and Fifth l "uia la Disrie e AmE . NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911. NUMBER 9. ISUMERS ARE FOR RECIPROCITY president Receives Stacks of Letters Endorsing the Past With Canada. S THEM AS AN ARGUMENT elnnts of the Agreement Retort wI Citing Appeals From the s"all Manufacturer---BIII to Reorganize Consular 8erv cle Approved. By GEORGE CLINTON. -- Mington.-Uncle Sam's mall who have the White House their route are heavily burdened days with letters of endorse of the administration's position Canadian reciprocity. Mr. Taft drleeting the attention of senators repreeenatives who call to the of appeals from "ultimate con ," and is telling his visitors that dight of them ought to be better say argument he can make to legislative sanction of the t with Canada. of the visitors retort by tell the president that they are get )Jst as many letters upholding sther s...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 March 1911

MODERN SCJENCE Gs First AID TO CUPID -` -~~~ I ~·tV : ·~2 tr ;5 .,,'l k* ··%r·rf ;f HAT would you think of coaching your I heart's tender and I sentimental overflow in the dots and dashes of the Morse code? You can't brush a the parental parlor rug with your kmees by wireless; you can't a plead with your eyes, when words tail. wit- a calloused operator in Cupid's role-yet the thing has been a done sad successaflly done. Only a few days ago a young man accom plished the impossible and brought I his Heloisa back from a transatlantic 4 trip by wireless. We hear of mar rages by telephone, proposals by pho nograph, elopements by special trains, sad aeroplane romances-now what, in I the name of things old-fashioned, has become of the la who used to call for a year, recite on his knees from the poets, sad ask father's permission I and blessing? The most recent aa$ flagrant viola tion of the staid old formulas was this wireless wooing of young Lawrence Critcholl of Chicagq, but it is simply...

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

mI DREAM THAT, CAME TRUE REMARKABLE achievement of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whoe inve ati'is into psychic phenomena enabled him to cu i ieal diseasesard to exorcise evil spirits from the s of their victims. By H. M. EGBERT A A S iupyrtbt 1 , by W. U. Cl: paun . (@ opyritht in Utrt Mriain.i HAD often wondered why Dr. Ivan lBrodsky had nr ver married. I had Sb oon associated with him in numbers of those cases of psychical inves •` y in whwjh he had brought re s d happiness to many sufferers /e souls had capitulated to evil *CVa ; I had heard him speak of men constantly in terms of the a0 reverence. lie had indeed iy blnted at some unforgotten love oie in his own life. but he had er,conflded in me, and of course I "om to question him. It was the mst accident-if, indeed, anything ftotltous--that revealed to me the We were sitting upon the veranda a summer hotel, a little place in *tmountalns to which we frequently pWaved to spend the week-end, one '°2" evening With us was a ,se a man o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 March 1911

Tho Tesas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - -,LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911. ABNER E. GREEN, - - Ennoa. SU"CRITIO RARLY $1 The freeze of last week has been followed by a cool spell and frost has been in decided evidence for several mornings, Dy. Sheriff Clark left on Friday for Baton Rouge with the negro, Anderson Jones, who plead guilty at the last term of Court to stealing a mule and received two years. Thos. J. Reed & Co., the "Mens and Boys' Clothiers" of Natchez, come to the front this week with some attractive propositions that cannot fail to interest the lover of good clothes. The "Ledbetter One-Seed Plant er" is one of the most useful and labor-saving implements in use on the farm. Schwartz & Stewart of Natchez are agents foi' this machine and will be pleased to send litera ture to the interesfed on request. Ullman & Co., the popular Nat chez clothiers, are now daily receiv ing their spring goods of the cele brated Stein-Bloch make. The well dressed man, in either social or b...

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 March 1911

of the M., H. & L Rail adl. Elfectlv Jae4s I, 1911. U0ND STATION NOTEH OULND . GKER PASaSNORg--LOCAL .. Mc E .... ...... 2.16 P. M. McOEHEE JCT ... .. .18 TRIPPE JCT 1...65 " I. 18A.M. HALLEY 1.46 " MACON 1.27 .9 ,M ...LAKE VILLAGE .... 10 7.10 . JENNIE... . .... 12.56 CHICOT....... 12.48 . . EUDORA . 12.84 " 6.85 P. M. READLAND ..... .. 1.22 " 6.1 7. ..ARKLA ARK........ .... 12.14 .00 S01 MILLIKIN, LA ............. 12.01 P. M. 6.0 8.. H LBURN........ ......11.52 " 8.16 . " .LAKE PROVIDENCE ......... " 4.46 8 .2 "TRANSYLVANIA ....... .. 18 8.86 .ALSATIA... 11.08 " 3.1 ENOKA...... ........ 10.47 " 2.06 .1 MANSFORD ........... 087 2.00 , TALLULAH I. " 140 STALLU LA .......... ..... 110.26 1.0 " 47 . LA(CLEDE.. 10.15 " 12.2 .0 .ALLIGATOR BAYOU . 1000 12.6 P. M. S.10 QUIMBY ....... 9.48 11.5 S 10  MERSET .. ... - 9.35 11.10 " r 1 . . NEWELLTON 9.15 10.8 S10. ..LAKE BRUEN .. .00 10.0 11.08 .. .T. JOSEPH ....... 8.4 .4 . ..LOCUST RIDOE .......3.. ' . S 11.3 . . .. GOLDMAN 8.16 .4...

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

Seorg e WsKuqtOxs Will . . tilj HE last will and testament of George Washington - per haps the most precious and the most interesting of all the relics of the Father of His Country-has recently beenl saved to the nation. Moreover this rescue of the most significant document :.* - penned by our first presl dent took place just in the nick of time. A few years more and the country might have had to mourn the loss of this priceless soavenir just as it has been mourning these many years past the disappearance of the original penned drafts of some of the famous speeches devrered by some of our most fa mond men on historic occasions. It was not, in the present case, that fire or theft threatened the Washington relic--al though it must be admitted that there is a possibility of loss by either of these means so long as it remains in its present depository. However, the destructive agent that recently aroused some of the nation's most prominent officials to the peril of the Washington will i...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 March 1911

COLDS *s' ('Cold 1(tmedly Rrlieves the Stosnt aol lutij alnost Iwtnediate - k . }ever . '"l ll·+ harges of ta-. ke, a , ay ll n"hw and pai nll lby lda" It ",r.a (;rtp and ob Conghb an prv'ents Pnounmonia. nrof nny-lnl.l, r. trr and Jefferson pbila.F ., o. r Uedlical advice tb -. ie tombstone inscriptions are too ,m/ to be true tlj ,n , an ,vn,,,!able rmiery--take ,bIdd Tea, Nat unw i1Irb laxative. psty makes us do things well, but Il' makes us do them beautifully. Brooks DOWN ON HIM. 1 I . Cynic (with incipient mustache) Lady footballers, indeed! Why, suppose half of you know what down" means. Lady-Your best girl does It 'ar kissed her. No an Old Relic of Washington. of the most interesting relics of Washington is owned by the qt Salem. It is a medallion in carved after a sketch from life. same artist executed both - and carving, which gives the added value. He was Samuel Mc native genius with a gift for re. He studied Washington the father of his country visited on his tour of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 March 1911

S 1 Feu3 I of ys;2tera q~ Beecher and the Phrenologist How a Strolling Bump-Reader Exam- c Ined the Great Pulpit Orator's Head and Told the Truth His Abilities. While Henry Ward Beecher was all a his life in most vigorous health, both t mental and physical, never suffering serious illness until the mortal attack, a he was nevertheless a yearly victim of hay fever. He found his only re- y lief from hay fever in a sojourn In u the White Mountains, and he was ao customed to leave his farm, near Peekskill, N. Y., in mid-July and to re main in New Hampshire until the t frost. He was utterly democratic in t his mapner and unconventional in his dress, so that anyone who dad not t know him would be likely to judge I that he was a farmer who had saved I a little money and was spending a I portion of it in a summer vacation at 1 a White mountain hotel. Many Farm- e er1 at that time were accustome'i to i do this. One summer morning in the late seventies Beecher sat upon the piazza of his hotel...

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

THE TENSAS GAZET TE .. tte P hi Cpny, Ltd. Official Paper d the f d Tes Scd l ard a Fih Diri. $1 Pe r LAlaa . NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911. NUMBER 10. a m le i n , a n a m e a.. .,,. a . . .- - SIT'S OHUROH TOa 'BUILD NEW HOME b hi -_u'it and Wife Contribute ti berally to the Fund of All Souls Unitarian. a1 I-CE TO COST $300,000 s of Lower House Know Lord's I eSt-Plans for Making Their e S al Smallr--OffkIal Report Sareg Troubles in New ' º Congre. tl SDy OORGE CLINTON. b ~ington-The members of All Unitarian church, which is at -' by Pesident Taft, Intend to Snew home for the congr-ea The church structure which a 'Bme planned will cost probably and it Is said' that Presi Mrs. Taft have made a large on toward the purchase of pir* site. Souls church had a large mem and was in a prosperous con before Mr. Taft, as president, the congregation. Of cours ce every Sunday in a pew saaerh brings many strangers t sirrice, and it is a hard matter a seats for ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 March 1911

WON BRIDE WHILE IN "THE AIR" EW YORK. - "I needed about 100 pounds or so ex tra weight, and so, when I saw her in the crowd as we were getting ready to go up in the balloon, I ask ed her to take the trip with me-I had known for a long time that she want ed to have a flight in they air." + f And so Dr. Sidney S. Stowell took Miss Blanche Edith Hulse "up 'n a balloon, boys," proposed to her when they were 10,000 feet in the air while the other man in the basket was looking the other way; and now they are married! Dr. Stowell tried something differ ent. He might have proposed to her in an automobile, or on the deck of a yacht by moonlight, or even in the hammock on the back porch; in other words, he might have proposed just as millions of other men have proposed. But on the spur of the moment he chose the air as the scene in which to bring his wooing to a climax-and won out When his good airship landed in a rocky pasture he had the promise; the rest was easy. thanks to this new way of ...

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