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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 March 1911

k A .. . . . . .. STHE TENSASGAE azette PosliiNg Company, ALd. 0fim1 Paper f the Parish of Tema Schasl hard and Fithe IM. Lint Dkai. . EW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31 1911. NUM T H E nnnnnm ,,n ,nuTo n E~ no•nnNn S u nnA Sm m lmnnnun nnnnnmm nmnnmmumn, lillnm·nmmmmmmn "" ': "L RITY LEADER IN NEXT HOUSE red Likely That Speaker Cannon Will Take Up the Task. ilHER NAMES MENTIONED ,jremise Be Necessary to Find Ac  ptable Leader-Senate Republic eas Worrying Over Successor to Aldrich - Democrats Plan Tariff Revision. By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. - Republicans of the agse of representatives like the Re  a of the senate are discussing S Ivance the question of the legisla. 11 leadership of their party when at ra Bset session it becomes the minor g prty. Speaker Cannon will leave achief chair of the house to take place on the floor, and there is a *:adg among the party members that r0 s"ht to be officlally recognised by ai ganisation as the leader on the Whethe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 March 1911

&1ANT DOCKS TO BE BUILT AT PANAMA Elaborate Plans Evolved to Make the Canal Aid American Commerce ---Cost Estimated at $14,003,010. ANAMA.--While the canal builders under Colonel Goethals have been making the dirt fly It the ditch with such speed as to make it possible already to set a date for the opening, the government has been quietly working out plans cooncerning another phase of the great anal enterprise, plans by which, it is lupected, this country will be able to seap the full commercial results of the opening of the link between the bmat nand come into possession of t great trade empire in the south arn hemisphere which up till now has beloqged largely to our foreign trade aivals. These plans, which have to do with khe docking and transfer facilities at fhs two ends of the canal, are in some inspects as important as those of the canal prism. Without them, Ra the opinion of shipping experts m PreMdesnt Taft has consulted, Sseans might stand as a tremend monUsaent to th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 March 1911

The Missing Box Car Taken from the Archives of Bullivanta, Limited, he greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times By FREDE'RICK, REDIDALE (Copyrigbt, W1k by W. G. Cmpiaaa) V THE Occidental bank building, San Francis co, in the private of fice of O. K. Marden, resident manager for tlullivants Limited, the desk telephone rang in sistently. "O. K." him self answered the call, when the following terse colloquy ensued: "Yes--Bullivants. Mr. Marden on the wire." "This is Patrick Coohon, general traffic agent C. & P., Mr. Marden." SAll right. Mr. Cohoon, I get you. h swht's wanted?" mb-Is is Bullivants?" Ortainly." "Wanted to be sure, that's all. We're , bit puzzled over here. Can you d a good man for some peculiar 'Why, I don't know. You see, all "t erack-a-jacks are out on special r$ just now. Must you have a man M eesr' -'"mtantly---else I'll have to try Af right. Mr. Cohoon-I'll attend b"s matter In person. Be over away. Good-by." I Marden replaced the receiver book, do...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 March 1911
Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 April 1911

THE TENS)G Gse Publishg Co mp" -, Ltd. Oicinl Paper o the Pursh d Tom $s i loon B a Fifth Leii e I-ict. * NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. NUMER 14. ..... -I * nu* m mm * m.m. .. mm• m • m n ro mlm W • •i m mm m • ¿m • m ',.m.m .. . . • l mmm m mm m mmmmm • mmmmm• m mmmmm a mml,m mmnm m-m m P  mm m mmmm m Im ammm S:ING Wedding The Bryces and Gould-Decies Wedding S TAY AT READ HINGTON.-Somebody with a loss for a "scare story" precipi the tale around Washington that Ambassador Bryces did not go Gould-Decies wedding, while the swagger military attache of embassy, Capt. Sowerby, and his ar1ly swagger compatriot and diplo colleague, Lord Eustace Percy. why, therefore, and consequently, must be a sure enough "mad" the Ambassador Bryces the Decles, or the Goulds, or As a matter of record, almost every there is a big international wed on the tapis, the head of the em ef the country represented by bridegroom, duly and properly puts 0 his ambassadorial good ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 April 1911

THE ROMANCE OF YOUNG JAY GOULD N faraway Hawaii, the wave-kissed islands 'of the South Pacific, there is a folk song which tells how a young prince wooed and won a princess by placing garlands of wild blooms at her window and sin Ing to her in the lan guage of flowers. When the prince finally brought a wreath of her favorite flowers and their perfume was waft ed to her she appeared at the casement and kissed her hand. The rest was easy. Of course, Jay Gould didn't know at first that the pretty maid Lnhe flower booth at the Actors' Fund Fair was a little pg~ncess. He wasn't bothering his head about that, but he did know right away that her black eyes snapped roguishly, that she smiled sweetly and that her voice was like music in his ears when she asked: "Who'll buy my raes?" He very promptly assured .her that he'd buy 'em. Thereupon he 'became a regular, almost persistent cash customer. He purchased bouton nieres, bouquets and baskts, singly sad in bunches, sent them to the hos pit...

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

tONEALTHY AmerWEA Ls WIDO WS - -EALTHY American widowi 1~daIiA ~N LC I j~~iT EALTHY American widows have come in recent years to to play a most important part in several important divisions of the world's affairs. It is not, either, merely here in the United States that these mon eyed women are making their influence felt. On the con trary, their influence has pro ven fully as potent in many circles abroad-so much so, indeed, that the good people 1rope ha'e been compelled to sit up and la notice of the American widows as a class 00 worthy to rank with any subdivision of s ' Y gt abroad (not even excepting the nobil _ if the comparison be made on the basis ad wns or millinery or jewelry or any of the  r standards by which the feminine world rs such store. Here in the United States it would be difv S-i to name a sphere in which the wealthy ,~ lws have not been exerting tremendous - ce of iate years. Even in politics they  not waited upon the victory of the suf cause to enable the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 April 1911

ST. JSSt. mel FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 191m. ZvwVARL $15) lar Sru . ..a. . = . me 8,....,,,.. v ' $1.50 pro-, sn SWATOR CORDILL TO RETIRE. wl It has been generally understood " r soame time that Hon. C. C. Cor. ar dilk, who De so manyyears h,' the '1wenty-- int atorinal District of Lopi Sen 8 ure SenstC) ana in the e aa G la inclutded to re t term letion o his pre. not until thais weeky, but _ tall st* t m ent a an authori Stat Id Sten t tA that effect emi Fled troy& d ' T llowing im - will bet Orleans itemI fi ens d amgoin e t mkrest by his " i lends myrll, of po bi prob e ab* s-pensorton.e G. H. Clinton, whose nnrme bam been Prominently l t et of T tor C. C. C Iw S t, os rish td n the Bteet h miWJ't)Ct'.er or not, ble i e u didat for re-el( on 0, N tWe nto -ninth diser.ist,, ' tihe D @W table Man tl,... a -.,not a candi(asw' mdl I have h . I am 66 6yvwar of age t kOi%,ena in the Iagihture 34 ymd am gomrng to retire, an<I aran , ' illed my polsiad infleence -presentative Geo. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 April 1911

Sf the mI., H. & L Ri Rod. Effective Jammary 1, 1911. ;" 3 )WOsND STATION NORTH BOUND ,_paSSEicGEB PASSENOR--LOCAL McG3EsE. 2.15 P. M. McOGEEE JCT 2.1S "M TRIPPE JCT. 1.5 / IIA. M. ..HALLEY ... ..... 1.45 g g MACON I.27* .S , .. LAKE VILLAGE .......... 1.1 7.10 " .JENNIE 1.2. 6 7.1: " C. HICOT .. ............ 12.48 .0 EUIDORA 12. 4 '" S.MP. M. . 7.44 " READLAND .... 12.2 6.18 " AR"LA, ARK 14 **.. 3 101 ..MILLIKIN. LA....... 12.04 P. M. 5.0 " ,S " SHELBURN 11.52 5.15 8  0 .LAKE PROVIDENCE ........ .. 4.4 . " ... TRANSYLVANIA ...... 11.1. "' 8. 5 S. ALSATIA.. 11 .08 " 3.15 17 "ENOKA 10 47 " 2.30 " 0..7 " . . MANSFORD 1 0 7 " 2.0 " , . TALLULAH ............... 0. 1.4 7 LACLEDE .. . .15 1. .0 .ALLI(ATOR BAYOU. 0.00 12.06 P. M. S 10.10 Q IMBY ...... .... .. 9. ' . " , . l S.OMERSET ... ....... . 11.10 " 1.0 .....NEWELLTON .. 9.1 " 10.10 " ." .58 .......LAKE BRUEN ........... 9.00 1" 0.00 " SST. JOSEPH .. . 8.4 " 9 11. .. LO('UST RIDGE ...... . . 8 i j' 9.00 1.3 " . .OGOLDMAN ..... ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 April 1911

A SET OF FURS Taken from the Archives of Bnllinta, Lmted, greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times By FREDERICK. REDDALE (OopLWrlbtS 31 by . G. Chapman) 0," SAID Darius Ward, manager for the up fr town New York office co of Bullivants, "we pe never dabble in domes- ye tic cases-divorces, sep- se aration suits, and the Yc like-for the reason that the agency, both ed at home and abroad, su never cared for that w line of business. But bE I can tell you of one H case where we were the means of staving th off serious trouble be,r f tween man and wife-two of the tt nicest people imaginable-all on ac- i, cr unt of the queerest little tangle that N everhappened. The joke was on both of si them, and a pinch of frankness on it both sides would have acted like the a traditional ounce of prevention. But then, men and women are curious v critters. Like to hear the story? All el right, it won't take long. a "I was on duty here one winter si afternoon a couple of years back o when the...

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

RKS BY THE CHILDREN Comments That Have Been Gathered by a Lcndon Woman. -o.e amusing remarks by children told by Mrs. Bull (London). - little girl of three and one-half defined a wedding as "It's when ,mI goes into church with a curtain .M ºer head and comes out with a o 'ctier little girl remarked to her sdpa that her doll wa.' stuffed with dust. Grandpa asked: 'And what > you stuffed with. Dorothy?" ieupon this <age of three replied: d1em't know. (;od suffed me." Another little girl was talking about :g sunday school 1'.·sson and the two -h of whom her teacher had told There was John the itaptist, ,:-repeated. 'aid .John the belovec .ple. "There were three," her sister gravely corrected. - i'--ld ": ame John hull." CHECK IT IN TIME. p1 people realize the grave dan of neglecting the kidneys. The test kidney trouble may be Na dg's warning of dropsy. diabetes or dreaded Bright's die. ease. If you have any Nt kidney symptom, be- ti gin using Doan's Kid- sE ney Pills at once. in...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 April 1911

ohn Henry's PLAN By GEORGE V. HOBART Bunch and I had framed up a plan a hereby we were to corral the money that Uncle Peter was losing at the ace track, giving it back to him later with proper admonitions.. We were reeking Ikey Schwartz with a view zo having him act for us as book maker, and we soon located him in ront of the Metropole. In order to deAtle him, Bunch led the way to Rector's. "Leave everything to me," Bunch whispered, as we shaved our hats and p:;t our feet under a table. "What kind of gasolene do you want to put in your boiler room?" I inquired, as the waiter drew near. "A quart of Green Seal Sec," Bunch ordered. "That's the only fuel for little me. It has every other kind of su:ds pushed off the ice. Green Seal ljr mine whenever I want to hear the :birdies sing-how about it, Ikey?" Ikey flashed a grin and tried to ,wallow his palate, so it wouldn't in terfere with the wet spell suggested by Bunch. Ikey belonged to the "dis, dose and dem" push. Every sentence he utte...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gaette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Boar ud Fifth Lamisia Leve District. i P NE\V SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPHI, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. NUMBER 15. l i, I . i . _ I.- i i WA IN G t WSIP rnmy of Clerks Support Washington fif I wASMt1 FOR r* \AVºkC TO poWi ALL SLMMER * THESE WASHINGC 1O MER/ 1t ANT3 1OuLO STARVE gASPINGTON.-Who are the main support of the capital city of our tioma? Whlat class contribute most •.0 the general prosperity of Washing T .i The first city of the United 1 ets, unlike most other cities, has So industries that are furnishing a "aesue to its citizens and for this mason the question of maintenance Istnrally arises. Many towns are kept r a flourishing condition by the in aome which its citizens derive from s1rking in mills, factories and vari a- other forms of manufacturing in &gtries, but Washingtbn has no arce of this nature from which to drbw its support. Our capital de msds on the government clerk. Th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

GAVE LIFE FOR THOSE WHO SUFFER RECORD OF HEROISM How a Yankee Soldier Tamed from the Gay Life of Washingta to Immune Himself Among the Lepers. AWAII.-It will be just a quarter of a century ago in July that a rugged veteran of the civil war, then in his forties, hambly knelt before the Bishop of Hawaii and offered himself to what he knew to be a living death. Shadows were gatherinb over all the Sandwich Isl ands, and in the healthy sec tions the white laborers, men and women, and the native "clean" were strolling in groups about the pleasant places when this man pushed forward and buried himself and his past in the plague-stricken island of Molokal. One called a martyr received him with open arms and showed him one of the fields. The guide was the peasant Bel gian priest, Father Damien, the novice. Ira B. Dutton, a Yankee, born in Ver mont sixty-eight years ago, a college graduate, civil war veteran, retired with the rank of captain; in his day a lover of worldly pleasures and ad uad...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

The Vanishing Trick Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, the greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern tunmes "y FREDE'R4IC 'ZEDDALE -Copy--ght OIU. by W O.Chapm&) GUESS you'd bett;r let me give you the story from the very bogin- r ning," said 'Manley, the white-headed but young looking special agent of r itulllvants Imhited. the r great inquiry agency. t "sketching the inc-lp tion of the plot as I C pieced it together aft erwards - otherwise N you'll never get a clear Idea of the cleverness and cunning shown by i the conspirators. Shad been over to Paris! on an tler job, and passing through Lon- t Ms on the way back I naturally seaked in at the main works. There they told me I was just the man wasted to handle a very peculiar me-the disappearance of one of out lading American millionaires." With this introduction Manley pilpped off the end of a fresh pane IUD, lighted the business end care tally, and then reeled off the following gIry: Col. Appleton Biddle, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDlTOR. SUCItRIPT-r s ANtLY $1.0 I, Advne.......50 THE NECESSITY FOR ACTION. The Louisiana Farm .ands ('on gress meets in Monroe on the 4th, 5th and 6th of May. It is antici pated that delegates from all por tions of the State will attend this Congress, as much of interest to the material development of the State should result from this move Inent. The North, East and West are sending their people South, attract ed by our fertile lands and mild climate. Louisian has to offer great er industries than any other State, but those actively interested in the material development are greatly hampered by the want of conveni ently arranged data, and we are constantly asked why there is no systematic advertisement of the re sourses and advantages we claim for our State. Tensas is contributing its pro rata to this end, and when this Congress convenes there should go from this parish representatives with the p...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. SOUTH BOUN) STATION NORTH BOUND A&lrP AS . ,ElN IL PASSENGER-LOCAL M'GEtKfEE. 2.15 P. M. ,I( IiEHEE J'T 2.13 TRIPPE CT.. 1.55 6 14A 51 HIALLEY ..1.4 6 95 MACON .. 1.27 06 5' LAKE VILLAGE... 1.10 7.10 JENNIE 12.56 7 7 . ('HICOT 12.48 u A.M 7 "EUDORA . 12.34 6.5P. M. .M I READLAND . 12.22 6.15 " 6.11 ARKLA. ARK. '2.14 " 6.00 /.6 MILIIKIN. IA 12.04 P. M 540 .1 " NHEI.HL 'RN 11.52 5.15 1.12 " . LAKE PROVIDENCE 11.33 4.45 $. , , .* 2 TR4NSYLVANIA.. 11.13 38.5 S.L A " 9.0' . tL ATIA 11.03 3.15 t. ' 9 02 .ENOKA 1,.47 2.0 9, . "3 MAN6FORD 10 37" 2. 00 9*  " TALI.'IAH 10.' 1 " 40 0. 9- LAc(LEI)E. 10.15 12.25 S 10 ..ALI.'(IAT(IRBAYO'. 10.00 12.00 P. M. * " 10o " QI'IM Y . 9.14 11.53 " 1 02 SO<MERSET 9. 35 11.10 I 10.. 3 N W'EI.IT( N 9.15 " 10.39 ./ , 10. . LAKE HR EN ... 9.00 " 10.00 . I 11 o T. r.osFP:H .45 " 9.40 1. * " 1124 .L0. ST RIDGE ... .8 9.00 1* " 11 (1 (ILDMAN 8.18 " 8.42 " 9. 11.41 WATERPR)OF 8.12 8.38...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

BIIZ GA1'II 4 O/6ARCTIC ICE T WAS due to the initiative of and to the preparations made by Mr. G. F. Norton of New York and to his kindness in including me in the party, that I owe this opportunity to set forth here a brief account of the hunting trip taken by Fred Norton, Harry Whitney and nlyself during the summer of 1908 on the sailing steamer Erik, which sailed as tender ýp the Roosevelt as far as Etah, North Greenland, on the memorable expedition of that year, which re sulted in the discovery of the pole by Com mander Robert E. Peary. Whitney was a member of the party until we left Etah to re turn home. The ship being our headquarters for the whole of the trip, we were able to take along as large an outfit as we wished. In addition to the usual paraphernalia we took with us an 18-toot whaleboat propelled by a three horsepower gasoline engine. Sydney, Cape Breton Island, was the ren) desvous for the two ships of this expedition, the Roosevelt and the Erik, to which place Norton ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

e t seb and alas 4o. b It cares r d. qob sad preents Pneumonia. Muyono 53rd and Jeersono Pm. for medical advice ab. "Cured Neuralgia Pain" "I take pleas ure in writing to you "I had a neuralgia pain in 1 S. for five years, and I c -ni your Liniment for one s and was completely I recommend your very highly."-Mas. w, 1216 Mandeville ew Orleans, La. Quincy Sore Throat i. ll H r L. CAULK, of Wilson St., Wilmington, writes:-"I bought a bot Shea's Liniment for the sore throat and it cured I shall always keep a . l the house." All'S NT trelief from rheu lumba neu croup, ton hoarse tad chest I I assa, s Pills er. sr. ates pm . 840 the Mudels, eer a.e 0 a0 0swmr . s.as. assaurasg the Boys. eba presents an idea that pat him on the back and im, and he will develop a grpCulture and become the r heart in your declining WllB love the homes and that you have worked so tyl for. has not paid in your case *ems give the boy a chance lwithout your handicap lia good enough for me is for the boy," Is a m...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 April 1911

otvk~ Ia COIFFURE IS PINNED ON I SOLVES HAIR PROBLEM FOR THE BUSY WOMAN. Variety of Styles Adapted to All Types of Faces to Choose From, Thanks to Designers and Mak- 1 ers of Hair Goods The problem of dressing the hair t In the prevailing modes, for the busy c women of the present day, could not be solved by the hairdresser alone, for an elaborate coiffure, or any fairly s good effect in coiffures, requires the art of the hairdresser plus plenty of 1 time. But there is no such thing any t more as "plenty of time," at least not I in any quarter of the fashionable world. Hairdressing has therefore really become, in the majority of cases, the pinning on of a cleverly made coif fure; its adjustment securely and ar tistically to the head. Designers and makers of hair goods have been quick to seise upon the increasing demand for the pinned-on coiffure, and there are now a variety of styles to choose from adapted to different types of anes, or one may have one designed espesally. These coi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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