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

For Velveteen V' T [ Ua i g [first design sketched is a simple coat and skirt in nut-brown velveteen, very useful and very esart; the skirt is quite plain and a p od walking length; the coat has a ' pO collar cut off square in front; ,e fastening is formed by tabs in Shieh buttonholes are worked, and * I@*buttons. Velveteen toque trimmed Sth' two ostrich tips. Materials re led: 12 yards 24 inches wide, 5 0t, jwds silk for lining coat, 4 yards sat - a for skirt F Is the second picture we show a Slong coat in black. Our model is throughout with pale blue cash j ire satin. This style is also suit s . be copied in seal plush, which `HwEN MAKING A VALANCE " gglities Not at All Insurmount :: able If They Are Properly Approached. ý The main a diilaculty in making a va S isto to keep it in place without tacks into the furniture or g it on narrow strips that pull flem under the mattress. One leman has hit upon a plan of having vy l~ nagbleached sheeting cut just Io d se of the bed, or a li...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 March 1911

The Tansas Gazette. ST.'JOSEPH. - - - LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911. ABNER E. LtREEN, - EDITron. UBSCRIPTIOUN VRARLY r IJ Atlvace. 1.. Boys' Corn Clubs in the South. (The Daily States.) The vital problem of the rapid growth of American cities and the corresponding depopulation of the farms formed the theme of an in teresting address of Congressman Ranedell, of Louisiana, before the House several days ago. Mr. Rans dell suggested that a solution might be found in a larger development of the idea of the boys' corn club movement in the South. He sketch ed interestingly the origin of the idea and the remarkable results of the movement. The plan originated with Dr. S. A. Knapp, of Calcasieu, a native of Iowa, whom ill health forced to seek the balmy climate of Louisiana twenty-five years ago. Dr. Knapp is now 77 years old and for several years has been in the service of the Department of Agriculture, engaged in farmers' co-operative demonstra tion work. Dr. Knapp felt the wealth and indepe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 March 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L RII t eald. EW.clive January 1, 1911. ioUo s BOND STATION NolrM mOUND i OCAL--PASENOER PASSENOUR--LOCAL b McG3EfEEE. 2.15 P. M. McGEREE JCT 2.13 TRIPPE J<T. 1.65 " . 6. IA. MN. .....HALLEY 1.4 . .. MACON 1.27* " . AKE VILLAE.. I.10 I 7.10 ..JENNII. .. 12.56 7.17 ". ..OCHICOT ... 12.4 SAM. 7.. EUDORA. .. " . 12.34 6.5 P. M. .6 "" 7.44 " . READLANL... . .... 1..12. i 6.15 " 7. ". .... ARKLA, ARK. 12.14 6.00. I 7.5 01 ...MILLIKIN, LA.. 12.04 P. . 5.40 " 7.19 " a.13 " HI LBURN 11.52 5.15 " 1. 3 8.30 LAKE PROVIDENCE . 11.as 4.46 " S. "n 8 ... TRANSYLVANIA. 11.12 8.25 . " .02 ......ALSATIA . . 11.0 .15 . . 9.17 .ENOKA. 10.47 2.320 . .5 " 7 MANSFORD 10 37 " 2.00 .10 " 9.3 " ...TALLULAH .. 10.25 140 S".* 4 " . .. LACLEDE. 10.15 12.2" 11. " 10.00 .ALLIOATORRBAYOU. 10.00 12.056P. M. 11.a *" 10.i0 .Q IMBY 9.48 11.5 LIP. P. 10.22 SOMERSET 9.35 11.10 ' .4 * 10. ....NEWELLTON 9.15 10.3 1.M " 10.58 ..LAKE BRULEN . 9.00 0.00 i 1.29 " 11.0 .ST. JOBEPH . 8.45 9.40 1...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 March 1911

THE DEFALCATION AT THE BOROUGH NATIONAL Takan from the Archives of Bollivants, Limited, the greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times By F'REDER ICS. REDDALE ICopyrrt sh, 19L br W. G. Ca ma) ARK MANLEY-he of M the white hair and the young-looking f ace - was in reminiscent mood that sparkling October morning as we sat in a window of the Park Row building, overlooking the busy and bustling down town vista of Broad way from St. Paul's chapel to Bowling Green. _ For half a genera tlon he had been Bul livant's chosen man to cover the territory below inspector .Byrnes' far mous "dead line," from Fulton street to Whitehall, inclosing the richest square mile on earth, including the diamond and jewelry houses of John street and Maiden lane equally with the great banking centers and the Stock Exchange. In all these years many famous eases, criminal and otherwise, had come under his detective ken, yet, be cause Bullivants Limited preferred to work sub-rosa, few of them had be so...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 March 1911

Sweating tking salts or cathartic id you ever notice that all gonme feeling---the palms hands sweat-and rotten is your mouth - Cathartics gve by sweating your bowels Slot o hurt--Try a CASCA - sd see how much easier the ldoe - how much better toe a bot for a week's Sall d SLts. Biggest seller p witi Xii ao boxes a month Tour Ideas. 66-1:ie book and n aSlcer 111s. blished lai ,U. Little Rock, No. 8-1911. Directory TEL MARION t{TTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Absolutely Fireproof. mO, $1.00 Per Dea and Up. NIDE AND FUR CO. and Little Rock, Arkanase. WE WANT ES D FURS epp to us. Same will receive per artifs.'tln guarantsed. We make ,Le. akipping tags free to ehippe"s LENBERG MUSIC CO. Litt Rock, Ark Write for Catalog and Terms. World's betst I~MO and ORGAMNS a Fountains eas- rnd, from s up.U Write or aill er, a fuPll lne of FTuntain Supple, a Furniture traran s. ofSyernvs 5' ald FCItures. pec C " 1ONTAIN SUPPLY CO. St. nlotbw a le R rek. S' SUPPLIES LEIPER & COMPANY 'SU1OL[SIALE AND RETAIL Pla...

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

NEW NEWS Or YESTERDAY Hurry Costly to Vanderbilt Usually Cautious, He Hastily Bought the Nickel Plate Because it Was Going to Be Sold to Jay Gould. " wish you could have seen William H. Vanderbilt upon one occasion when he thought he was compelled to de cide whether he would spend several millions in the purchase of a railroad or let it go," said the late Charles C. Clarke, who was for many years one of the most intimate personal friends of Mr. Vanderbilt and a vice-president of the Vanderbilt lines. "In order the better to understand the description, I am going to give you, I ought to remind you," contin ued Mr. Clarke, "of the manner in which the 'Nickel Plate railroad was built. It was promoted chiefly by Gen. Sam Thomas and Cal Brice we always *lled him Cal-and we suspected frim the beginning that it was built with the intent, by a sort of genteel blackmail, to compel Vanderbllt to buy it. It ran from Buf falo to Chicago and practically paral leled the Lake Shore railroad. There...

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 March 1911

THE TENSAS GAZ ETT Gazete Pablihig Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teemsa Schel Beard and Fifth Lsina Lvo DirkLt. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911. NUMBER 11. mi •• "• "ISE R I lEl I " i l Il N i i l a LI| m i ammmimii m mlmlm mmmlmlm• mm m ia 1 i IIATE VETERANS 'NOT CONSULTED a:gtful Because Taft Did Not d Ask Their Advice About Reciprocity. t .ARESPONDENT EXCLUDED to Thrash Representative Who S /i Maligned Him-Lobbying for t Leletion of Next Prelsidential C nventions Started by Several Cities. By GEORGE CLINTON. Sllshington - President Taft has told seriously that one of the why there is objection in the on the part of many of the to give consideration to re at this session, is that he declined to call any of the party into conference when, under direction, the American commis were arranging the terms of trade agreement with the Cana Stlere are a great many old men the senate, men old in years and Ia the service. Those of them who bees...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 March 1911

THE SWEETS THAT LIE IN WOMEN'S LIPS V +- Co-r arm4 ,.Y (diwr .dWIwd.r into her eyes and feeling, all at once, that some coro na of glory has illumined her whole face and is draw ing you toward her as iner ..' Itably as the helpless lit tle comets tumble into the blinding glory of the sun. You begin to burn up with a feverish longing. Just about then you no tice that her lips promise the sweetest kisses that mortal ever, dreamed of. And it is just then, too, that she seems to have made up her mind that those lips are the very things that you shall never ap proeach nearer than about a yard and a half, and them with her dear moth er within safe observation distance, to guard against any sudden vertigo which her alluring eyes may inspire. After that you can't think of any thing but the .dellious sweetness that is lingering on those lips of hers, waiting to be garnered; and you un derstand how that impetuous person, Byron, must have felt when he wrote the lnmes about the women in the wo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 March 1911

'to PI J Modern Cain A TRUE STORY OF THE SECRET SERVICE H By COL H. C. WHITLEY c al SborrScrrtSlol HE barren, rocky little farm In Northern Ver mont, a mile or two out from the village of Newtown, near the Derby line, was sug gestive mainly of hard work and small re turns, to the ordinary observer. Its build ings were small and old and out of repair; its fences were sag ging in places; the erchard, long past its prime, was dy g out, and the lack of money to buy mew trees had prevented the filling up d the vacant places. But in spite of all its drawbacks, the barren, rocky ttle farm was a glorified place to John Barrows that day in early airg in the fifties; for that day Jase Heath had promised to be his le. Jane had lived alone in the ltle house in the village, left to her r the death of her father and mother several years before, and always the ibllies had been friends. She was a beautiful girl, with the glossy black ha*, the dark and sparkling blue eyes, Sbe Arm apple cheeks and t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 March 1911

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1011. ABNER E. GREEN, - - Enrro. VIsCnlPTIrUN YRARLY n50 Jihy wan Tiddy. Mr. John V. Osborn, the bear hunter of Tensas, ran upon his friend, Col. Theodore Roosevelt, in New Orleans on the occasion of the Colonel's visit to the Crescent City last week. As was to have been ex pected the former President imme diately recognized the young Nim rod from New Light, under whom be served his apprenticeship when in quest of bruin in the Louisiana swamps several years ago. Here is the way the Picayune tells the story: If J. W. Osborn, a taxidermist and naturalist, of New Light, La., " carries out his plan of yesterday, the "bulls" of the New Orleans Cotton Eechange will this morning experiencean attack from "bears" not down on the routine progamme. Tbe bears which will be used in the attack are the hides of the two pre served specimens used to decora the reception room at the Grune wald Hotel which was used by Col onel Roosevelt during his short stay las...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 March 1911

!e of the M., H. & L Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. 10"ND STATION NORTH BOUND ENGER PA88ENGOR-LOCAL 'McOElTEE.... . 2.16 P. M. M-(EHEE JC(T 2.18 TRIPPE JCT. 1.56 8. I1P1 . I . fALLEY I 1.45 0.3I •MACON 1.27 . KE VILLAGE 1.10 S 7.1JENNIE. 12.56 1CHICOT 12.46 ." EIDORA 12.4 6.35 P. M. . RE DLAND..... 12.22 6.15 S 1. 1 .ARKLA. ARK . 12.14 6.00 SIII,IKIN, LA 12.0 'P. M. 5.40 .1 .! HELI 'RN 11.52 5.16 S13 I.KE 'PRO)VIDENCE . " 4.4 - 52 'ITRANSYLVAN'A 11.13 3.81 , 8.52 .AI.4ATIA .. . . 11..08 8.15 t' . I. ENORA.... ....... 10.47 I 2.0 MANSFORD 10 37 " 2.00 TALLULAH .. .. 10.75 1.40 9.4 ('LEDE. 10.15 12. " 5 1I I(ATOR BAYOU 10.00 12.06P. M. l0.10 u1 '.1l , Y 9.48 11.53 .l) 2IER ETr 9.5 11.10. " 1. NE.n WE.IlrN 9.15 10 39 - I.\KE HRI'E . 9.00 10.00 " - 1T 1 .) ' " , 8.45 9.10 , 11.0 94T 9IDGE .A 9.00 7 .1. IMAN 8.16 8.42 " t.1 " W 4TERPROOF .. 8.12 " 8.35 11.1 I .', \YT(ON J('T . 7.5 .05 " 1.15 " IFERItRI DAY. 7.20 A. M. 7.50A. M. 10P VIDAI.IA . 6.8 A. M. La NAT( HEZ. 6.00 Do n...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 March 1911

The Ultimate Problem REMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Brodsky, physician, whose investigations into psychic phenomena enabled him to cure spiritual diseases ar 3 to exorcise evil spirits from the bodies of their victims. A A By H. Ml. EGBERT A A (Liopyrlgst. ia. by W. U. ChpMDaa.) (ttoyrlht In bUret ktritai) URING the two years that I had acted as secretary to Dr. Ivan Brodsky, as sisting him in his psy chical experiments. I had been enabled to build up an active medical practice of my own. My duties were light; often the doc tor did not call upon my services for two or three weeks together. More and more rarely had he done so of recent months, and gradually the conviction, sure, although intui tive, was borne in upon me that the days of our association were num bered. Although comparatively young in years, Brodsky lived through the ex istences of three ordinary men. His early revolutionary career in Poland, his struggles in America, at first for the mere necessities of life, afterwa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 March 1911

SToo Good  That's why we want s CAsCARETS for livera n It's not advertising talk- ,-it-the t, wonderful, you to know by trial. Then bave faith-and join the Aol rwho keep well by CASCA  , .-A r o c a box for a week's ·: 15o·rldru~Mi·. bosxes a mont. TO BE AGREEABLE e Rather Humorous Explana "tie for Telling Exceedingly S Tall" Stories. Batcheller once told a story armer on the ('onnecticut hills. steep land for planting, isn't a visitor asked the tiller of the y steel," the farmer assented. -mppose it's quite difficult to yoar corn ?" difficult," came the echo. visitor was interested, and not be put off with short re how do you manage to plant kill?" he persisted. birmer gazed at him pityingly. have to shoot it all into the with shotguns, stranger," he as 'hb guest. visitor gasped. "Really?" he "Really, now? Is that ac pe*ar -rmer sighed and turned upon a look of withering scorn. that isn't true." he answered. to make conversation." Wifqly Solicitude. to the police to find her ...

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 March 1911

of ,1iWerd A. Sherman's Simulated Anger Craftiness of Great Statesman Illue trated by His Pretense of Rage for Edifioation of Groups of Constituents. John Sherman, great statesman though he was, could be at times as crafty a politician as the next one; and I know of no better anecdote il lustrating this point than the hitherto unpublished one of the manner in which Sherman simulated anger for the edification of a protesting group of constituents. During the entire period that he had a seat in the lower house of congress, which stretched from 1879 to 1887, Benjamin Le*evre of Sidney, Ohio, was one of the most popular men in that body. He had as many friends on the Republican side as he had among the Democrats, and by reason of hs personal popularity he was one of the conspicuous members of the On a very hot day in April, 1881, Bern LePevre went to President Gar feld with the request that the latter appoint a new postmaster in a certain town in LeFevre's district. "Why, Ben," said th...

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 March 1911
Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 March 1911

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911. lie v _ - _ thes ABNER E. GREEN, - - Znrno. Tb -- -- -- - - dat Bso'wre'norr ARLY $1 d50di o Aa- dveae. • A nSS wetis fvr Niet wuI osda. Sa A mass meeting of qualified vot- a f ers of the town of St. Joseph is called to be held at the Court House of on next Wednesday at 11 o'clock wi for the purpose of nominating a col vii municipal ticket for the town of St. Joseph to serve for the next two we years and to be voted on at the elec- Cl, tion to be held on Tuesday, April 6t1 18th, next, the ticket to be nomi nated tobe composed of a candidate fl for Mayor, five Aldermen' and a sel Town Marshal. ab of As was seen by the proceedings tj of the Town Council, published last week, an ordinance was passed reg- pr ulating the speed limit for automo- Lri biles within the town limits of St. th Joseph and fixing same at a max impm speed of twelve miles an el hour, and providing penalty for its in violation. This is a wise measure in and should be rig...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 March 1911

S f 5., I. L f Effective Jeuary 1, 1911. wes BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND W GPAESNR P8ENG -LOCAL, .... McGEIrEE......... . .. .1S5 P. M. McOEHKR JCT ....11.. " I TRIPPR JCT. 1. .......... .. l.5 6. IA . M. .ALLEY . 1.4 . 1' MACON I * a.. .M " LAKE VILLAGE.............. 1.10 7.10 JENNIE lt.M M i 7.1 " CHICOT . " .... 12.4 3.3DOA....RA. . 3.36 6.30P. M. IC . s. 71HEADLAND ........... 1.3 " :6.15"." S 7.50 . .. ARKLA. ARK .... .14 6.0 " " " .01 M' ILLIKIN, LA ...... ....... 11.04 P. M. 5.40 " 0.6 13 1 8HELBURN 11.52 ", 6.13 " - .d " .LAKE PROVIDENCE. . 11.a 4.45 ,0 s . ..TRANSYLVANIA ............. 11.18 .W5 " , g as .ALSATIA 11.* * 15 ** 9 .ENOKA .............. 10.47 2.30 ., MANSPORD. 10 37 * 2.00 ." 9. u TALLULAH 10.1" 1.40 " .. 9.47 ". .LACLEDE. . . . 10.15 "' 12. 25 0 1000 .ALLIGATOR BAYOU ........... 10.00 * 2.06 P. M. . "* 103 ' ... NEWELLTON .......... . A5 10. as S....LAKEBRUEN ................ " 10.00 " , , 11.04 ST. JOSEPH .................. 6.46 9.40 ' " 10 " .24 LOCUST RIDGE .....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 March 1911

BADETH V S. Goo HEALTH COPVW~0WT 8 PYFARCO:Y A n. C HERE are in this country eight fac tories devoted to the manufacture of artificial teeth. Last year the manufacturers sold over 60.000,000 of these teeth and this year they ex pect to sell between 78,000,000 and 80,000,000; and every one of these teeth goes to replace a natural tooth which, if given proper care and attention, should last out one's lifetime. Unclean mouths and teeth are responsible for these conditions, for it is a fact fully established that less than eight per cent. of the American people use a toothbrush or make any effort to keep their teeth and mouths clean. In order to have good health we must have sound teeth, yet we are permitting our teeth to decay at a pace that is alarming, which, if unchecked, will lead to a nation of broken-down, dyspeptic am and women. The first of the permanent teeth, the first molar, usually appears about the sixth year and for that reason has been designated as the "sixth year's mol...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 March 1911

J IATION AND PAIN by Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound. Iowa.-" I was troubled fot r Ie with intlanmnation, pains in my side sick headaches and ner vousness. I had ta ken so many medi cines that I was discouraged and thought I would 'M never get welL A ` friend told me of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and it re stored me to health. I have no more -y nerves are stronger and I can an work. Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound cured me after else had failed, and I reo. to other suffering women." Wi. SEALS 6 s W. Howard St., lowa. of unsolicited and genu emonials like the above prove y of Lydia F. Pinkham's Compound, which is made from roots and herbs. who suffer from those dis i1s should not lose sight of doubt the ability of Lydia 's Vegetable Compotmd to skr health. want special advie write kham, at Lynn, XMas. treat your letter as etia For 0 yexrs bera helping sick women Way, free of charge. Don't write at once. to the Acre bat th4' hbet IKennedy of  Wrulor Cam~o, i from a0 nr, Wheati...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 March 1911

Politics-and Priscilla By STACY E. BAKER (Cowrsigb. ,gu. by Amro a Uerar Prom.) Andy Morgan bought a controlling ti interest in the Arlington "Morning is Arrow," and realised a cherished am- si bitaon by settling down to the none too prosaie life of an editor. Arlington was a thriving little city fit of about 12.000 population. The "Ar- Is row," under the old editorial manage 11i ment, had long been a sluggish dis Sprlted sheet, with limited patronage ai and little voice in civic affairs. The town smiled broadly when Morgan hi fortified himself behind this decadent li timber. Before Andy Morgan had gone away to complete his college course ni be had been more than ordinarily in- m terested in pretty Priscilla Wilson. Si His return to the home town found Priscilla blossomed to as dainty a flower as ever he had hoped to see* Morgan's subjection was complete. Dean Wilson, father of Prscilla. was a politician of some note in the e community. "Honest Dan" was his c sobriquet, and his "squ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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