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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. OUTrH HOUND STATION NORTH BOUND LOCALPASEN(iER PAS8ENGUR-LOCA McGE1rfEE 2.15 P. M. M< GEHEE J"T 2.13 TRIPPE JCT. .... 1.55 8 IMA. M. HALLEY... 45 " 6 S MACON . . . 127 a ;, LAKE VILLAGE... 10 . " JENNIR ...... 12.56 717 "' .CHIOOT.,,,. ' 12.48 .g.. -H " " OFL 1229 .I . 2 1 12.4 6. 5 P. 9.M AN. )AN*12.34 .1 9.19 wi "ARtKr a. X ... -. . 12.14 6.0 MI I , LA.... .. .. . 12.04 P. .` 64 -M r;""HELBURN 11.52 5.15 9'u ., ·LAKE PROVIDENCE 11.5 4.45 /'b S ...TRANSYLVANIA 11.13 8.35 9. 1 .ALMATIA 11.0 15 SENOKA 10.47 2.30 'd ANOIORI) 1083 I 2.09 is ". I .16 . T4LLULAH 10.25 1.40 g ,- .A('LEDE. . 10.15 12.2 10. 111 .ALI.IEIATORBAYOU .. 16.01 12.05 P. M. J 1.10 (t'IIMBY 9.48 11.56 ,LISP.U. 1 142.1 i4ERSET 9.85 11.10 lp ;{E . NEWELLTON . 7.15 10.9 10..7 10 LAKE BRUEN . .00 10.00 1.0MAT. JOSEPH ... ... 8.4 .40 1.01 1 .24 LOCUST RIDGE .. .. 1.36 9.06 l" OLDMAN .. .0 141 WATERPROOF ... 8.12 " . 8.85 24 I5 P M. ('LAYTON T 7.35 8....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

WHO WAS HE? Taken from the Archives of Bullivants, Limited, the greatest inquiry and detective agency of modern times V By FREDERICL REDDALE (.o.ylM.w SY1l by W. G. (Obapma) E private official diary of Darrel Callister,man- ui aging man for Bul- to lvants Limited in the w London office, con- Pi talned no more curious hi and interesting entries cl than those relating to bi the celebrated Ashley case. By virtue of the fa story teller's omnis- n clence we are enabled y, to transcribe these a notes, weavring there- p from the following 1 terse narrative concern nlag one of the cleverest attempted im- a postures of recent times. Perhaps it will ti help the clarity of the story if we allow tl Callister to be his own narrator, sim- n ply promising that while as a gen- y eral rule he seldom went out "on a C case" himself, yet in matters of mo- a ment or of special emergency he oc- I casionally did so, and usually with' o signal success-for he was one of the a cleverest secret agents of Bull...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

{F REE yr" a Ar package of Munyon's Paw Paw A wil 'be sent free to anyone on re . Address Professor Munyon, 53d & y sSta., Philadelphia, Pa. If you are mod of medlical advice, do not fail to professor Munyon. Your communi Si l be treated in strict confidence, Sdear case will be diagnosed as care as though you had a personal inter to'e Paw Paw Pills are unlike a laxatives or cathartics. They i i liver into activity by gentle » They do not scour, they do N mgal, they do not weaken, but they b.srt all the secretions of the liver OW ocmach in a way that soon puts Sorgans in a healthy condition and gpssts constipation. In my opinion 'gggiJation is responsible for most ail ,s There are 26 feet of human igw which is really a sewer pipe. WIN this pipe becomes clogged the Msl qstem becomes poisoned, caus. Sbiasness, indigestion and impure which often produce rheumatist ailments. No woman who goo with constipation or say liver g rcan expect to have a clear or enjoy good health. If )mny wa...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 5 May 1911

TI-VA AL F )RT SAM HOUSTON, in Ban a Antonio, Tex, to which 20.000 troops were hurriedly di- n patched, is located close to the o historic spot where the battle of e the Alamo wars fought There a small b force of American pioneers of the tJ southwest fought against overwhelm- b ing odds until death gave the Mexican c army a temporary victory7. The strong- t hold whither they are bound bear t the name of the general who brought sa independence to the Lone 8tar state. t "Thermopylae had Its messeOnger of a defeat Alamo had none." r This Inscription, ascribed to Lord Macanly, Is engraved on a monument a In the grounds of the Texas capitol s at Austin In commemoration of the r garrison, all of which died ighting ea against overwhelming odds In the b battle of the Alamo. which ended t March 6, 1826.   Americans in Texas rose in rebel- 11 lies against the government of Mex- s loo in 1835. Early in 1836 the rebel- c lien grew into warfare. The Texans a were under the leadership of the bluf...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

- j '; ' 4 THE TENSAS GAZET E ate Pblishi Cospany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teams St b l Beard and Fifth Leiia Levee Disitrict. $S r e NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911. - NUMBER 19. JPD MANY MENt IN HIGH CIRCLES . yil, THE "BOY BROKER," IS RUN TO EARTH IN BRAZIL. E r 0T AWAY WITH $300,000 *e His Nerve He Won Confi  sipe of Men Prominent in Busi - uell -Schemes Were Many and tMit4ed, but He Got the Money. t s. -to Mass. - Robert Emerson who was familiarly known Boston, Mass., as the "boy , and who suddenly disappear ina November, leaving behind OWsay people who aro said to have g upwards of $300,000 through en tIheir money to his care for Wt ent, has been arrested in Rio -.- sIro, Brazil, and will be brought It this city. The career of Davie one of the most sensational in local "high finance," for he ato obtained the confidence of people in ordinary walks of life, i of business men of wealth, in public life and the masaclal standing. Not a fe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

TIŽAINING ILD ANINAL LEWI5 EDWIN lIIEsS ET for me for living picture purposes a fierce Numidian lion, and train him to stand over my pros k trate body, with my baby in his mouth." Such was part of an order once given by Madame Pianks to Frank Bostock, the animal king, who not only exhibits wild animals himself, but also trains them to order for other people. Three weeks after giving this or der, Madame Planks exhibited her "fierce Numidian lion." The audience shivered as the savage beast dashed against the bars of his cage In an at tempt to get at a man standing just oat of reach-the "husband" whose "wife," Madame Planka, was cowering in a corner of the lion's cage. The lights went out, and the audi ence sat breathless until a sudden il lumination showed the lion standing over Madame Planks's prostrate and apparently lifeless body, but holding her baby safe in its mouth. When in the next scene Madame Pianka, dreased as the Goddess of Liberty, sat with her arm round the erstwhile sav...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

Trailing a Diamond Smuggler Taks bfra the Archives td Dllvants, uMnde, as rara. ts qar and detectie %gescy d mod er ms. By FR'IEERiCC .REDDALE boS·dh& M br WO. -i-..s F ALL forms of mod ern get-rich - q uic k schemes, diamond smuggling is the easiest and the most profit able. Captures are few, and while the risks are great, the rewards are correspondingly great." Thus spake Mark Manley, in reminiscent mood, the young-look ing gray-haired special agent of Bullivants Limited, crime detec tors and solvers of MI, as he and I sat in the cozy fr an up-town New York cafe gt a thousand miles from the Great `p I've heard," I commented just - gw the conversational pot boll s  o t that I personally know much -g" It, but I've read a lot, and I'm  to take your word for the _ galey nodded, sipped his Rhine - sad seltzer, lighted one of his paIsnable Panatelas, and settled comfortably. Scenting a story iigy looked as intelligent as I could. ,'," he went on, "I once tracked ( 'em for two sol...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

h Tursasn Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1911. WILL JUDGE HIILL RESIGN? We join with his enthusiastic ad mirers in ascribing the highest and most patrietic motives to Judge Lu ther E. Hall in permitting the use of his name as a candidate for Governor on the Good Government lesgue ticket. Yet, in order to still further demonstrate his devotion to duty and emphasize his patriotism, it is suggested that he forthwith re sign the office to which he has been elected and permit some one else to fill the position which he so nm g nanimously surrenders in order to become Governor of IL)uisiana. Fre quently the foregoing question has been asked, but as yet no answer has been vouchsafed. Judge Hall has hundreds of friends who supported him loyally in his campaign for associate justice of the Supreme Court, and they aided him materially in winning that contest. Many of these supporters, since the announcement that he is a candi date for Governor, openly and em phatically declare...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. oUT1i BOUND STATION NORTH BOCND CAL _PAK E~N( ER PASMENGEUR-L-4OAL Mc E E .......... . 2.15 P. M. MceGEHRE J('T 2.... 2. TRIPPE JCT .. 1.6 6. i . '. . HALLEY .. ........ 1.4 6.31 MACON .1.27 a65s .LAKE VILLAOI..IE 1.10 7 .1 .. NNI............. 12.56 ,7 CHIQOo. 12.48 6A, 7.31 " EUD A I 12.34 6.36P. 34. . , REt,' D2D.. .. 12 22. 6.1 . 8 . .MI ARK f A ... .. 12.14 6.00 ,.. w!h4ILr Li. . 12.04 P. 5.I40 Si SLHELBU N 11.52 . 15 '.IR .. LAKE PROVIDENCR ....... .. 11. 4.4 1" 2, . .TRANSYLVANIA .......... 1 13 " 9. 0 .ALSATIA... 11.0E ' 3.15 . . ENOA ............ 10.47 2.30 . 9 ,, MAN FORD .......... 0 87 I 2.00 , 9 , TALLULAH ...10.25 " .40 L 9.47 .LACLEDE 10.15 12.5 I 1.0 .ALLIGATOR BAYOU ......... 10.00 , 12.06 P. M. " ., . 1 10UIMBY ..4. " I.1.5 - 1 .1 M . [ 10 2 "OM ER A .. ....... .9.3. 11.10 S 10, .NEWELLTON . . 15 10. * 10.3 ..LAKE BRUEN.. .... 9.00 10.00 i0.5 ..ST. JOSRPH ... ...... *. 10 li T. JO1.PH 58.46 9.40 ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

Farmrs' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Commercialism looks upon the pe0 pie as a crowd to "do." And they do them. It is not so much what a farmer knows as what hb does that wins on the farm. It is more often a condition of the ntind than of the body which keeps a Oman down. The high price of meat does not alarm the wise farmer who has his smokehouse at home. You are always at a disadvantage in tallking to a man who does not know twhat he is talking about. Some of our would-be statesmen d so little that they know really about political economy. Most those who graduate In the high choos of the cities take fire years to lern enough to begin b nes. Cheerful faes and sn hearts together in the day's work, they pplement and generate each other. Remember that the other fellow has rights and is sensitive about them treated with disrespect Without the opinions of other men guide them not many of our law would be above total ignorance the law. A liberal amount of Mkidnes mixed O...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

NO WONDER. fj,. P. Cunlus-I had a hard time 00aiig to make a man take $10. ts Dunn--You don't say! Who Me? Lt P . Cuniue-My tailor, and I Lo $100. Why? Just Because. iam,' said the little boy, "why do -y a woman is 'setting her cap a  an' when she wants to marry ., e, my son," explains the r sey, "if she sets her bonnet she knows blamed well the St will scare him to death." The One Destination. Sere any field for new poets?" potter's field."-Lipplncott's sted Suat goes broke-ln Hi" wesih. Blames his mind na' work right; but all ths s Murts. They don' work .sd the whole system get wth poison. Nothing kills brain action like oon CASCARETS will relieve Try It now. ms l e a be for a wes's Agaress sta Bises sear - p I eninta ne aet aer s ei ored rba  mlh enCm t the wt feeofand hores. 9bemi. at rhuea.I Stam Midey trouble prey apoa the mind, seam. aes and lessens ambi ties: beauty, vigor and ebsrtualnes soon disap. peatr when the kidney or disMased. For OOd re lmes'. rSwampRoo the Di...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 12 May 1911

AND OTH Cm-MOW Chinatown Tragedy Is Cleared Up N EW YORK.-Puzzling conditions surrounding the murder of Dr. Frederick Eugene Post, a wealthy dentist of New York city, have been cleared up, revealing a wanton crime. D5r. Post was mortally shot while In p stuapled condition by John Dalton, ZI youthful criminal with a long ree lord, in the presence of another man and two Chinatown women. Police 'Commisioner Cropeey has issued cir Sfor distribution throughout the {outry, asking for Dalton's arrest on Insbrmatson on which Dalton is absad with the crime was given to 'he pollee after much persistent ques oing by Lulu Smith, 28 years old, a oger in the Chinatown district. "I had known Dr. Post pretty well For a long time," she said. "He idn't have to live in Chinatown be os uhe had a good deal of money, he seemed to like the life there. knew him well enough to know he Htall and Churches for Courting LaoP -WII hy young man sad women would be eabled to aheadom the street carner s the -plce...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE $,--!-- .ae PIshin Compay, Ltd. Offidl Paper o d ti Parish f Teases c ard and FiftMh ii evee Dist lrict. D1 iP rA i NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911. NUMBER 20. i imm )= ))1 •11 -1 _-- ·. .. amI m i .N m m.... . . . . . -. m m - $ m I S HICH MINE fIby Trailing Deer Stumtbs on to Wealth. Lead-Silver Property, ~eglgaed by Mission Fathor, is jgggsvred Again in Heart of - S Andreas Mountains. SCal.-Prospectors through So ssuthern camps of Arizons, lauso and Old Mexico tell of as Padre mine, from which the s therm of Spain, more than ago, mined quantities of rich - re with which they enriched iders ot their church, sending alft after shipment of silver by T Vera Crus back to their native . Legend had this mine locat various places, in jNw Mexic. S1t saand in Old Mexico; but the : shIaticated stories fSed the lo S a-of this long-lost mine some ane in the southeastern part of g.rsueo, and It was there where a 4 gW, ona long chase afte...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

~nIJU¶BK~ mw1 S~ o-.. A - 0 2i '4c I ,. ~~~-~~' 3' j~~ei~~ .IS 4 ~ ... !-~ " h M M * T - 'J*" -'4y. ."i 4 .: Yi" -,. -q: "·L· : :} ~*~E·:7t ** a'~ 4 t1WW7W T 7Le fAAL-WýA''AJS "AJ? A~t 8IY/r) ClC442fD cA'" ILUYCAfl7AW? EVEN years ago the Im portant discovery was made that sleeping sick ness was caused by an animal parasite, trypa noeoma gamblense, which is transmitted by the bite of a variety of tsetse fly, glossina pal palls. The investiga tion which led to this discovery was the joint work of Castellani and Sir David Bruce and was- undertaken on ac count of the terrible outbreak of this disease which had occurred in Uganda, particularly on the northern shores of Victoria Nyanza. Indeed, the mortality was so great that It became imperative to under take immediate action in order to pre vent the natives from being complete ly wiped out. At Entebbe a labors tory was erected, and here extensive experiments were carried out whic' proved the guilt of the glossina pal palls up to the hil...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

Under the Rose -o The Filigree Hatpin FINNEY VALENTINE. Iwofltor By FREDERIC REDDALE (Coprighta by W. O. Chapman) ELIt! Detective bureau? Inspector V alentine there'" Inspector Valen tine on the wire. "What's wanted?" 'Oh, hello! That you. inspector? This is Doctor Zabriskie." "Yes, go ahead, doctor." "Right. Inspector. there's a case up here that will interest you. I believe. Something mighty Queer. Can you it r "Where are you, doctorr' ,1t.twenty four Madison avenue. i for me or Mrs. Mitchell-that's s same of the woman who owns Shese. Be up right away? O. LK. i waitt." he foregoing was a telephonic in W cbange between Inspector Finney aitssne at police headquarters and Dotar Zabriskie at the up-town ad i gamed. The latter was a prac ttig physician and also one of the si emroners. Whis Inspector Valentine is on his y to No. 824 we may rapidly review Stragic occurrence which demand sg i presence of New York's chief dt dtctives. Wat very morning a certain Mr. MW Winnett had been fou...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

TbeTensas TGaztte. ST. JOSEPH, - -- LA. ABN~R R. GREEN, - Drro e, '"S W RIPTHIN VKAE $ .R50V la Advante.. d FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911. s NOT EAGER FOR THE FRAY. Although the recent fortnight has been one of genuine activity in po litical matters, with two new can didates for Governor announcing, a large majority of the country press seem determined that an early cam paign shall not be forced on them. In that respect they are apparently reflecting the will of the communi ties they represent, for their is still evident on the part of the people a marked lack of interest. We had been led to expect that the announcement of Mr. Michel's candidacy would be the signal for a general and furious uprising of the country against the city DemocraCy, while Judge Hall's would fire the heart of the opposition from one end of the commonwealth to the other. Neither of these prognostications has been borne out. Except by a limited number of papers whose at titude would he unaltered if a saint led the regu...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. SOUTH BoUND STATION NORTH BOUND LOCAL- PASSENG(ER PAJBRNGER-LOCAL Mc E ........ 2.1 P. M. McGEfIR9 JCT 2.1 TRIPPR JCT.. .. 1.56 6 IMA M. HALLEY... 1.45 S6:16 "' . MACON .. . . 1.27 6.. ...LAKE VILLAGE,... 1.. I.1o 7 t " . 8t ...o . 12.8 6 A. 4 UDORA ... . 12.4 S 0 1mP. M. .11 4 RE. DLAN1 .. . 12.t22 8 6. S , ....ARK.. A R .... . 12.14 6.00 0 . . " l . 1MILl ºae LA...... 12.04 P.M. 5.40 0.M · 13 " R HELBUIN 11.52 5 15.1 I.1 . .LAKE PROVIDENCE . 11. 4.46 " 0.0 " .,2 ...TRANSYLVANIA ......... 11.13 8.3 0M . O " . ALBATIA ........... .. .0 8.1 " S 9.1 ... O A ................ 10 47 2.80 " . " 9.77 "MANSFPORD..... ... 10 37, S .0 .M " 9 . TALLULAH .............. 10.2 1.40 11 9 4 " . LACLEDB.......... 10.15 12.2 " I1.7 0 0 " .ALLIGATOR BAYOU. 10.0 12.06 P. M. 11. O 1.0 QUIMBY....... .... 9.48 11. 3.16P. M 10.22 OI( rsr 9.8,5 11.10 S .39 .... NEWELLTON ........ t 10.30 " 1.0 10 50.3 .LAKE BRUEN ..... 9.00 " 10.00 1. t ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters i Especial Memeat to the Progressive Agricultrist The barking dog carries no bones. Evil wishes, like chickens, come home to roost. Money has no occasion to use a megaphone when It talks. Being self-satisfied is what you would call conceit in others. One way to keep boys on the farm Is to hire more pretty dairy maids. It's always impossible to tell where an orderly woman will put things. One never realises how elastic the truth is until the gossips get busy. Why most of us really wish to visit is to have some one listen while we talk. Men often swear to keep from cry ing, and women often cry to keep from swearing. Selling the best breeding stock one has is a quick way to the stock breed ers' scrap heap. What a lot of time we waste in wondertng about things that are none of our business. It is the fellow with a weak nerve who Is forever rolling up his sleeve and showing his muscle. There must be something wrong with the v...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

usehold Remedy -s TaMn In the Spring for Years. SRust, \V Ils. MwIh., writes: SEarsaparuila ha. t1e'tn a house o tr borne ts long as I fa.mber I h-ae ta;,,n t in the for peverrl rars. It has no for cleanlnr g the ',lood. and ex the humio: that ac'umllate dur witer. mlein a fanner and ex bdto i4 weather. mi in ev-in is often and I ,,ften t,.ke Il i' b . iS ara with Rood re-' ! badsa 1rpaalir i I Peculiar to Itself. 5b Di "Ju-t na- ' it todsv in I- t! },,uln frm or Fg1loted tablets caell Sareatabe,. 'cWTY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS S york City. Best features of coun spd city life Out-of- eor sports on s' l park of 35 arres near the Hudson At demic Course Primary Classto Upper class for Advanced pdStudents. Mu cana Art Write , Cl5gIOC and terms. ha s s V rLei Aa m reer 253rd SLt.Wr i. t MAKE S :ransas Directory  LLENBERG S oMUSIC CO. Little Rock, Ark. rite for Catalok and S"Term I rld i beat 9i 'PIANOS and ORGANS v."wIM IICK, CRUSHED STONE ' -IENT, PLASTER, LATHE   t--- .s ria.l ARKANSAS BRI...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 19 May 1911

ohn Henr MAKES A CHOICE By GEORGE V. HOBART "Seven of 'em?" inquired Bunch, with a grin. "Yes," I said; "seven of Rural- I dene's most prominent citizens have asked Uncle Peter to run for mayor." "Is he game?" "Is he gamet" I chortled; "why the way he fell for it was pitiful The moment the spokesman guy began to I beat the piazza with the steamcoated a lapguage Uncle Peter did a hoodah, I and when they mentioned the word I mayor he went up in the air feet first I and began to bark at the scenery." "Do you think hell be elected?" i Bunch cut in. I "It's a moral," I answered. "He'll win hands down-in the pockets d c the odor of burning money won't do a thing to the local atmosphere. Say, Bunch, I hate to see Uncle Peter go ip against the political ghost-dance at his time of life-and with all that I masoom! Why, as soon as the glad s tidings spread around that he was overboard a flock of ward-heelers hit a the lawn in front of the villa and we rad to hide every pocketbook in the I hous...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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