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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

7TSAS GA , NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911. . NUMBR 18. ·*·-4---c-- ·~r~~ s**** *:*-* Pleas Win the Faber's Liberty fA-Oi ' ,a MAMA CITY, Mo.-She was just a o a grl of eight years. But tins wasn't a bit afraid of the g- who sat at a desk covered pst, thick books. So she en Ms office. mister.," she said, shaking to attract the big man's at Please, mister, but can you where the judge is r' Inm the judge," the man re wSut what can I do for a little yos?" a minute," she said. Then from the omee to the head of e aup. mamma: he's up yelled down the stairway. arns, carrynlg Richard tle years old, with Evelyn r. years old, and Irene Syears old, tagging behind. the stairs while Hazel. led -LWe the judge's courtroom. ahaw-the big man Hazel had one of the young. gleefully. if Portland a Bower of Beauty Ore.-Old Oregon, or'g sea sotion of the iorth ef the United States, now present states of Ore Idaho and Montana, daubt one of the most In the world, and could go I...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

CHIC'S SLICK TRICK VETERAN PITCHER SHOWS NEW SYSTEM IN SALESMAN SHIP. SUDDEN DEMAND FOR PRUNES Artie Hoffman as a "Kidder"-Over all Tells of Mordecai Brown's Duck Hunting Experience - McGraw Pays Compliment to Needham. By HUGH S. FULLERTON. Chic Fraser, the veteran pitcher who retired from the major leagues rather under pressure, then came back last season and pitched better hall than he has in years, lives at Park Ridge. Ill. Last summer he showed the natives a new method of salesmanship. It happened that bill Kabow. the Park Ridge grocer, got stuck on a lot of prunes, 2:,0 pounds of them. He ac cepted them and when he opened the boxes he found about the most dried up, shriveled, juiceless, worm-eaten, dusty lot of prunes ever unloaded. Even the boarding house keepers shied at them at less than cost price, and Fraser dropped in at the grocery one morning, sampled the cheese, ate some crackers, fished a couple of pickles out of the barrel and drew a glass of cider before he noticed ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

i:  t~r ~ý ý; 'w " 5t 6 rned i i qwyr V.r B Composer T is not often that a man having devoted what would naturally be cousidered the best part of his life to one artistic pursuit and having attained the highest honors in such chosen field, turns in his later years to another field of achievement equally arduous and . exacting, with every prospect of success. Yet that is precisely what Paul de Longpre has done that Paul de Longpre who has been known for years as the king of flower painters and whose won MI water colors of roses and carnations and asies snd every other form of petaled beauty lae helped to enable America to vie with Eu In modern art. Art and music are supposed to be wedded and itle not surprising, therefore, that if Paul de p was to seek additional outlet for his 0rjic energy he should turn to the musical shere. But it is not music from the standpoint Sa Prformer or singer that has interested this eyo-ng enthusiast. He has been more or less Ss musician all his life a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

qazette. BO LA. .1PR1IL 21, 1911. t t.. ,ItE N. EIIT the fur T The Senatorial campaign ntow in Gor progress in Mississippi is attracting Ne great attention and arousing inter- Elli eat in this State and the three aspi- Th< rants for the high office are not ten without sympathizers in Tensas par ish. That ex-Gov. Vardaman is the of favorite among our people is un questionably true. In addition to ,si, his national reputation as a states- me man which has won him so many fro, ardent supporters on this side of (re the Mississippi, Gov. Vardaman has bei many personal friends among our Bo people, who sincerely wish him suc- I cess in the August primary. ing As an index of Gov. Vardaman's per strength in the W'est Mississippi Nti counties, and which by-the-way are ing considered Percy's stronghold, a To straw vote taken on an excursion train on the Y. & M. V. road last week, running" from Vicksburg to to New Orleans, showed as follows: e, Vardaman 43; Percy 17; Alexander thi 6. Thi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. SOUTH BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND WCAIrPASSENOER PASSENGBR-LOCAL Mc ElEE....... 2.1 P. . Mc(,.EAREJCT ........... . 2.1 . TRIPPE JCT..... . " 1.5 . IAA. . .HALLEY........... . l.. s. " . MACON 1.27 S.a3 LAKE VILLAGE....... 1.10 710 . JENNIE ....12.06 ( HICOT ......12.4S 4A . EUDORA.... 12. " I6 P. Y. .11M 44 A" READLAND .... 12.22 6 1 '. ,.I 0 .ARKLA, ARK..... 12.14 .00 " . 801 MILLIKIN, LA... 12.04 P. M. 6.40 S" M " nHELBU'RN 11.52 5.15 .1 51 .15 6 . LAKE PROVIDENCE . 11.35 4" 4 1.35 " .52 ...TRANSYLVANIA ... 11.13 8.1 9.16 9.02 .ALSATIA ... . . 11.06 8.16 . " 9.17 ... . ENOKA ......10.47 2.80 ". 9 CMANSPORD ..... 0 7 2.00 " 16.M 9. " TALLULAH.... .1025 1.410 ' . .11. 9.47 .LACLEDE. .. 10.15 12.25 u11 10 00 . ALLIGATOR BAYOU ......1.. 0.00 12.06 P. M. 11. 10. 10 QIIMBY.. ...... 9.4 11.5 " 10 . 1022 SOMERSET ...as 11.10 11.0HP M 10 9.85 11.10 10 39 10NEWELLTON9 ............... 9.15 10.89 J6 10.59 ....LAKE BRUEN.... ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

CHICKEN FEED ESSENTIAL FOR ULTIMATE SUCCESS Hopper Feeding Found to be Best Method as Practically All of Feed is in Dry Form-Best Feeds are Always Cheapest. (By IIJOYD MIRIILEII.) We have found the best method of feeding to be what is termed hopper feeding. Practically all the feed is in the dry form. For small chicks up to eight weeks old we have never found anything which will put on more growth than the high-class grades of commercial chick feeds. For the first few days I sprinkle the smallest sizes of this feed thick ly where the young chicks are, so that every time they pick they get a grain. As soon as they begin to come out side the coop, which is in two or three days, all the feed is placed in hop pers made on the same general prin ciple as our larger ones. Many farmers neglect to furnish their chicks with meat food. This is essential if one wants to get the prop er amount of growth. It is best sup plied in the form of beef scraps. Don't get a cheap scrap. The best balances ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

n tn munnu Garfield's Cabinet Puzzled OWot Decide Upon the Manner In Whish the President's inability to perform His Duties Should Be Declared. willam Windom, federal represen and senator from Minnesota. of the early advocates of recipro sad the gold standard, and candi i for the Republican presidential an in the three national con of the party held in the years beginning with 1880, was secretary of the treasury in two ~,s-arfield's and Benjamin Har gg y were the incidents connected Oarfield's illness that impressed Sreatly," said Senator Windom, the one that left with me the vivid impressions occurred the Spart of July, or it may have been the first week in August. "T may remember that all ' o the president's illness the brssu of his cabinet remained con I. s ia Washington. We had many discussions as to what our was under the circumstances. g' one occasion Mr. Blaine, the of state, said to two or three igO that he was anxious to discuss bas personally and unofficially , grasemed t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 April 1911

THE MARIPOSA WAR SBy ROY NORTON U CoIp by . L Nlo HEY were both miners and Ltt owned claims on the same At gulch, but were neither We friends nor well acquaint- It ed; otherwise there prob' the ably would have been no Sat Mariposa War, to pass wh down in district legend, ed even though it escaped she the light of school his E tories. But there was a war, as any Bil man in Mariposa will testify. ma Bill Thompson stood six feet three cat In his stocking feet, and wasn't given hir to much conversation. He owned ea Number Four on Mariposa, had good the ground, and worked it well. Jim Tip- wn ton owned Number Two on the same mil creek, but didn't work it, save for as- th sessment, because he had another thi good piece of ground across the low lot divide, on Goldpan, where he held rhe forth. They were about the same age, bet and neither of them had any bad but habits--that is, so far as any one in the the camp ever knew. Maybe this was v one reason why they weren't well aft known. A man h...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tesas 3eLudh 'ard aUd fYt& lma Levre Diirict. S r NEW SERIES VO L. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. NUMBER 17. . riunrr ninrn WiuM ennPIA I I''lr ' mC a I ar u I t__ , n EATH THREEISIDEt so Says Prof. Otto Klotz of Do minion Observatory. Oho Weat Spinning Through Heav. ens s Gigantic Tetrahedron-Life pushed Here From Some Part ef Universe by Preasure. Ottawa, Ont.-The earth once was gi shape of a three-sided, fiat-headed S asi went spinning through the sas a gigantic tetrahedron, ac vreuin to Prof. Otto Klotz of the Do ? ig Observatory, writing in the -_l dof the Royal Astronomical So Illq d Canada. 06ape was assumed Just after had takes on a more solid er the tendency of contrac .o the stresses and strains followed l Ises of least resistance. The bsehesdron is one of the regular geo a trical solids which has the least -ss-me for a given surface. As a na-hsdroe the planet had f...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

LOVU TALUS of % HOUSE Ofa TIOUWAND uIV r" EW YORK.-Tommy on I the third express ele- t vator - Tommy with a the Arcanum button in his coat lapel-whis- I pered Aot of the cor. I ner of his mouth: "That clerk on the eighteenth floor has cut out the young ( lawyer on the twenty third and he's going I to marry the black eyed typewriter on the I eleventh Just after Easter. She's the second one in her family to make a I match in the building-Fifteenth? 1 Yes, sir-and her sister is going to step into her shoes-Twenty-five. All out-and I'll bet she'll be lucky, too." Skyscraper gossip at the rate of 650 feet a minute as the elevator runs. And in a social settlement of 7,000. A thousand typewriters under one roof! A thousand, so they say. Who could count them? A battalion of cashiers, secretaries, clerks, tel ephone operators, manicures. A hive in which there are more women and girls than there are in Vassar or Bar sard college, for the average of four woman to six men holds good in all the ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

A CLEVER PLANT Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, e greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times By FREDERIC&C REDDALE (CopyrtghL, 1910, by W. G. Cbapman) STRAIIGT line drawn south-southeast from Chicago would inter sect the town of Dor sey, a prosperous and wealthy community of :i,000+ souls in the heart of one of the richest farming and oil-well districts of Indiana. Chief among the three banks boasted by Dorsey was the Drill ers' and Drovers', with a capital of two million dollars and a surplus h balf as much more - one of the sgldest institutions in the thrifty guier state. In view of what is to come it should be noted bat the president of the Drillers and Drvers', owing to his advanced age, was a mere figurehead; the actual con trol o the bank's affairs, both within ad without the board of directors, wu vestci in the vice-president, one "gWl P. Moomaw, commonly ac as.ated one of the "solid men" of jMcola county, with each of his eight agrs in some fin...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

Theb Tesas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. ABENIR . GREELN, - - EDrrOR. BsCI"PTI " YARLY $1.50 legs Advsee. WlsM (Times-Democrat.) Are the animals which are caus ing so much consternation among the farmers and planters of Tensas parish by their killing of small ani mals and fawns really nothing more than semi-savage dogs? This is a question which is being argued among the interested people of that vicinity and the officials of the Game Commission, who have been asked to give their aid in extermi nating the pests. Until recently no one questioned the statement that the animals were real wolves. But a few weeks ago one of the animals was killed, and was discovered to be a dog with just enough of the wolf character istic to prove that he had lived with the "varmints" for several years at least. Whether this an obsolete case or not, is a question which will be settled when the wolf drive, which is being planned by the Game Com mission for the next month or so, is ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

Schedule of the M., H. &L Raill Road. Effective January 1, 1911. sOUTH BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND WA1,-PASSENGER EPASNGoE-·DCWAL 2. 15. . 3. Mc EIPPI JCT.............. 1 . . A. M. ALLTRIPP J............ .... . 1 . . S A . HALLCOY .................. . " 1.  LAKE VILL&AGE............. 1.1*0 " . . .JmNA U............. ..... ** S S .1 L A .............. .. 11. ' ** 0 .AR B 9 . " 9.4L7 .LACLEDE ........... ...... 1. " 2. 1 , 100" .ALLI 6ATORAY OU..... ...... . 2 uP M. .1 " 10.10 . . .. QUIM BY .................. 1.s 1 11. 2E P. 00 " .. 1I ASOM IR ET . .. .......... . ..*' P. 0. " 1N.TO...L EBI ............. .... . 11. " r ; ' 103 . .. ..... JE T P............... ...... 1 1. 1.49 . 21 LOCUST RIDGE............ . . 11 .41 " . .. ...WATERPROOF ................8:.12::" 6. !.B 1 215P. M .. ... ....CL oN JC ..................... 7.5 .. 6.Y 12.90 .. ..FEUREIDAY................ 7.21A. . 7 15A.M. S1.00 ............. VIDALIA .................1 AM. 1.0 " 1 . . .............. NATQ I 6.... ......

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

M ROMANeCEK CENSUS PROF. BERNARD J.CIGPAND COPYR/G~r,, /9/, BY Ch'APMAJV/ r . s f" HIE future greatness of the United States as a nation of world-wide power is a theme t that has Leen exploited by many orators, poets and artists in days gone by; but the following quite unknown lines from the quill of Philip Freneau-written prior to the Declaration of Independence-merit especial notice now that a national census Is cmpD nearing completion: /a f /'71 "I see, I see E£kt$1/ Freedom's established reign, cities and men Numerous as sands upon the ocean shore, And empires rising where the sun descendsl indefatigable seal to The Ohio soon shall glide by many a town count and systemati-e Of note! and where the Mississippi's stream the census of 1910. An By forests shaded, now runs sweeping on, army of experts is ea Nations shall grow, and states not less in fame gery toiling to bring Than Greece and Rome of old." forth the figurer in which not only Amerl This verse, composed before the uni...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

To Get SBeneficial Effects Buy the Genuine ,iicured qyfhe -ld tIby all leading Dr÷qqists OnlySO0 a Bofle Bu. to the Acre bt h OttatE be atJohn K nnedy of A.da Wes.terna ad" ut fr Iom ' ' sPrrloot p hin[tlWhfltIn 1910. Rports flemot lrdtstlrictslnthat prov noeshowed othereicel lsnt r,'s ls-au h asl4 O bush.ls of wheat from 120 acres or 83 18 bu. p riere. 2.+Uand s0 bushbelyld.idrrrcnum S erun. As hllh as ]8 DIbuelbl of Dais to the acre were threshbed from Alberta selds In 1910. The Silver Cup ra the rcent Spoklan I al r wasawa rded to the Alberta Governmentfor iteaxbl toftral lys.raes and vegeta. b les s .po of ecellen t Ald for 1910 come also from stitchewaa and Manitoba In FIre homeatsds of 160 ia'l of 60isoare. (at tearie re to behad s oeh t dltrlcts. Gehools eonven en ll mate "aellent, so the erm bet, rsillwrs chine at Sea onable In ,ree . water procued, e ied ar leng a snctsa. rle toa brest apiea fore t tr settlers' ow rd'lwy ,l mtest West" (nt free on alglcltlo) and other Inlfo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 April 1911

St. George and St. Daisy By EPES W. SARGENT It even puzzled Rev. Augustus Flem ming to decide whether the popularity of St. George's was due to the fact of its being the first religious edifice in Mangoon or whether credit should be given Daisy Homer, to whose endeav ors St. George's owed its existence when, as yet, there were only three saloons in the town. As a rule five saloons preceded the first church. Daisy was the daughter of the su perintendent of the Mangoon Mining company, and Flemming was her cou sin, but lately graduated and filled with a desire to benefit his fellow man. He was clean-cut, sincere, and a man's man, so the little congrega tion prospered amazingly. The miners flocked into the church and stared al ternately at the minister and Daisy. The latter sat on the end seat in the choir and formed by far a more potent attraction. Even the Twisted Dog shut its doors during the hours of service, and Mangoon was inordinately proud of its church, its minister and Daisy. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE BGette Pblihi Compn , Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas Schedl Bard ad Fit .iinak Leve Dirict NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911. NUMBER 18 Business Manager Must carefully Study Diplomat Human Nature By P. EVAN JONES HE manager of every up-to-date cafe is a diplomat. He has T to be. Otherwise he could not fill the position satisfactorily. He has to know people and how to deal with all classes, includ ing his waiters. He must never forget the face of anyone to whom he has spoken; but because he does not forget he must not think-nor does he-that all those whom he remembers are to have him speak. Here is where his diplomacy comes mostly into play. There is the man fiitid of display who comes intvhSe eo. taurant with a party of friends. He enters with the air of Ias than a proprietor, addresses the waiter condescendingly by may or may not happen to be his Christian name, and looks around as Inflated and "Well, well, I'm here. and-it'...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

FAMOUS WOMAN WHO WAS STAKE IN CARD GAME Madame Vespucci RESIDENTS of the United States have been accused of many offenses, but a prominent novelist, whose fame rests on three sto rtes based on important incidents in American his tory has broken the rec ord. In his latest novel he has Martin Van Buren gamble with George Par lah for possession of the famous Mne. Vespooct vmpuccl. This particular novelist shows a badness, uncommon in American liter stare, for dwelling on the political ad eanturess-a type that has not been so common in the history of political leaders in this country as It has been Sthe lives of statesmen and rulers of ~rope. Such a woman was the prin cipal character in his second novel,. sad to the limited few who keep alive ta their memories the story of Mme. Vespcci's career in America It was perfectly plain that she was the proto type of the novelist's heroine. And caw, la his third book, as if in revela 'on of how strpng a grip this fascinat hg woman's career and p...

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

~fa'don fawed a ilL I nited States is the scene of a number of widely varying forms of church observance on Eaater morn ing, ranging all the way from the ro' ci rites in the Moravian churches of Penusyil ania to the ; f·,nable ertfiCeb in the churches on Fifth avenue, New York, at tended by the "40')' of metropolitan so8 iety. T-re is !ittle doubt, how how e'er, that t he most impressive and tie most picturesque of all Easter is that which takes place on the joyous boliday at Mount St. Sepulchre. The fact TrA2 Gc'I,%e/904/9 /DAf Q/7fRY AT .....................··· ·:·.·.I···.:~~·.~i~l: ·+I:·.~ Ny. : r''.'. 1~.·:'~- I'1::. f ":: 1: ·~ ::~ "'··-' ····;: 1:;:::-::: :: ·:.·A· :·:·1:· ;''a ll AT 1A"W AM iUIYAT aO#7T Saly a very limited number of people have MKtaesed the significant program here car ut ad that, indeed, the great majority of is unaware even of the unique char st the services at this mecca for worship perhaps, to add interest to the place eveat. StL Sepulchre is located at B...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

The Teamss Gaette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911. THE PEOPLE AND THE POLI TICIANS. Louisiana has the best primary law of any state in the IUnion. That is the deliberate declaration of the esteemed Times-Democrat, and that contemporary claims to he a judge of such matters. At least, since it talks so constantly of political cor ruption, it ought to know some thing about the remedies for it, andl the primary election for the nonmi nation of candidates is held to he a remedy. 4 In its issue of Motndlay the T.-I)., discoursing on the (care that has taken to insure honest elections and protect the citizens in the choice of their public officials, said: We have on our statute-bhoks, as least, the most radica:l and far reaching primary law. The suf frage is guarded by a carefully pre pared constitutional provision to shut out all unworthy voters. We have an ultra strict registration, which, anywhere else would be re garded asl assuring absolute protec tion to the ballot box; an...

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