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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

THE TENSAS GAZE s PMadiuhimg compeaq Ld . Of l Paper d te Prh dT 3 l par and Pb em «1ims laws D!i i. um i NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911. NUMBER 21. i I m m**- ***m n - -=- *mmr-mmmm mmm 0PMi oTHE-TiUR2il passing of Old-Time Janitor, O $RE WS A TIME 1 MADE REAL MW '- W --WELL ,. - Z*w I 00f7 MAKE I$oaUCH TO KESP ME Nn CNAw6' TE'RACKER -1-? TORK.-There was a time ,B s the best trotters that went - 1 l fUshionable drtveways of New we w~rwned by the men who  Wj orge of the big buildings in • York; but that was long ago. To Sth-at man whose qocupation has . s~dbject to the surveillance of gggage who represents the later gtrueted to him it no half-heart #My and whose system will not to the pickings which were so i recognised perquisites of the who is content to make a frac oa -s what he formerly received aw ys of centralisation and the old-timers who found W1 family, have fast a constry resl retired in disgust elves to the altered -etice for ma y ,ea...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

DIRE PROBLEMS WITH WHICH RICH NEW YORK CITY DEALS I I A 3W TORK.-In the heart of Manhattan, Father Knick erbocker has recently erected a shield with which to protect ls Coffers from the ingratitude of penuri ous and unfilial children. Technically, this shield is known as the "Division of Domestic Relakkms. Department of Public Charities." In simpler phrase, it is the court of appeal for every ather and mother, whose children re tse to support them In their old age. writes Anna Stese Richardson in the Neow York World. Though its doors, day after day, ies a line of enfeebled, decrepit, pmalless, hopeless humanity pleading br a corner in which they may await the coming of the grim reaper, just a little corner, a little warmth, a little rlamsnt, a little food. And after them ales another line of the next genera tse, some of them sullen, some) o them hard, some of them ashamed, but all of them guilty of deliberately atrktng their reeponasbilities as chil Some of the most able social work...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

Under the Rose :&g£" THE DEUCE OF 'ITNNE_ DIAMONDS vyMANTINE, Ibott5ator By FREDERIC REDDALE (Oopllght by W. G. Chapman) GENTL-FACED, white haired old lady fol lowed an immaculate ly engraved card, on which was inscribed "Mrs. Harvey Benson," into Finney Valentine's sanctum in the Flat iron building. "I am entirely at your service, Mrs.-er . o.," said the great investip _ always courtly and considerate suNd the uneasy sex "How may I  re yo9" For our student of men,  s and manners realized that to ja caller at his or her ease was • est way to ensure a complete ugaembarrassed unburdening of Sid-l-n other and more collo 4j words, to find out "what ailed -. uf,4..4 in great trouble," said g on, all a-ll autter with the ex a unusual with one of New Ib elect, of consulting a "oom I dptective." Indeed, the fact that : .-wrs. Harvey Benson-had been  to thus demean herself, was r to account for her agitation. *j" think of me as your doctor or Sdtis t," said Valentine. "I ama i bspe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH,--- LA. ASBINR E. GREEN, - - EDIrro. 0UBSChIPT3U4N WARLY In Adva.ee. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911. eotl uleai s of the St. lph The closing exercises of the St. Joseph High School, held at the Masonic Hall on Friday night last, were interesting beyond the most sanguine anticipations of the most optimistic friends of this institution. Promptly at the hour of 8:30 the curtain rose on the first number on the program, presenting "The Over all Boys and Sunbonnet Babies," comprising the first grade, who en tertained the audience with a very pretty little song, which brought greatest enchore. Next following was a recitation, "Dame Duck's Lecture" by Miss Janie Newell, a very humorous lit tle recital, which was most grace fully delivered and was received with greatest appreciation by the udimsee. The two graduates, Miss Annie Hornsby and Miss Willie Lewis, read their class essays, which were unusually good, and in which wit was happily blended with pathos. We take pleas...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

chdule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective January I, 1911. t BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND .PA.lSSENGER PA8ENGORl--LOCAL Mc¢(iE.IElE 2.15 P. M. M(ERHEE J('T 2.18 ' TRIPPE J('T ........ 1.56 . 18A. M. fALLEY ... 1.45 6.36 MA('ON . .27 6.1 " LAKE VILLAGE.... . 1.10 7.16 JENNIeI....... 12. 7.17 ý' i[COT ...... 12. 4 . 7.34 KDR  12.3.4 6 2.3P. M. 7. ... 12 12 6.152" 7.59 ARK A ti .. 12.14 6.00 i. p ".1 11 . ILl N, LA.. 12.04 . 5.40 SH 6.13 HELBURN 11.52 1 b.15 1. . I.LAKE PROVItDENI'E 11.35 4.45 . ,ms ". TRIANSMYILVANIA 11.13 3 35 4 i |9.4 .AI. ATIA...... 11. 315 " 11.17 "ENOKA...... .... 10.47 2.3 " |.9. "MAN FOR ..I) . 10 37 2.00 ". :41 TALIULAH.. 10.5 1.40 A . " . ILEDE. . 10.5 ,, 3 26 S ." .ALL(IATE)R BAYOU. 100 . 12.060 P. M. « 10.10 " Q4'IMRY .9.4 11.53 34'3i: M,MERISET ..... .b 11.10 .P. . I... E WELLTOI15 10.3 S 1. . LAKE BRUEN 9.00 10.e0 . ST. JOSEPH .... 5 9.40 11. . " . ..LOc UST R'IDOE... .. . 9.00 ,r .I " .OOLDMAN. ... , . 3 41 . ... .WATERPROOF. . . . .12 3 .8.66 12...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Mement to the Propresie Agricultrist Some people never lose an opportu nity to find fault. A man who don't advertise is a fit companion for a mummy. A weed patch has no resemblance to a fall garden-remember. Never allow your stock to prune your orchard or other trees. Every farmer should don his "think Ing cap" with his overalls. A man never is so successful that he cannot improve somewhere. In a general way any associated ef fort is cooperative groups working to gether. y About the first thing the average man runs into when he buys an auto mobile is debt. The old iron age, the age of super stition and the slavish worship of tran dltion are going--gone. Some farmers sell their corn shelled, some dispose of it on the ear, but the most thrifty ones sell it in the form do pork or milk. When we see some self-made men we cannot help thinking what poor workmen they were. Goodness is relative. A good horse trader or a ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

About otherhood  p ndnce of Motherhood is a to most women and marks SUepoch in their lives. Not one woman in a hun dred is prepared or understands how to properly care forher self. Of course near Iv every woman now ada; u has medical treatment at the time of child-birth, but rnauly approach the experience with unfitted fVr the trial of -ad when tl strain is over bas received a shock from ls bard to r.,cover. Follow. - pon this comes the nervous Saring for the child, and a - in the mother results. --dtlng more charming than 4 healthy mother of chil chi ld-birth under right feed be no hazard to health leb unexplainable thing is the evidence of shattered broken health resulting red condition, women blindly to the triaL o the experience unawares. They have i which to prepare, but most part, trust to chance onoe childless there because of the fact 1. Pinkham's Vegetable makes women normal, l strong. Sasa who would Ilke yiee in regard to this a trdill Invited to Pink n at Lynn, S leer ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 26 May 1911

ohn Henr MAKES A STATEMENT By GEORGE V. HOBART I was sitting on the veranda one morning studying "The Politician's Catechism," which I had found some where, when Clara J. declared herself In and got curious about the litera ture I was handling with so much in terest. "It's politics-I'm studying the game," I told her. "You wouldn't un detstand it, Peaches." She wouldn't take a standoff so I put her wise. '"I don't know who the Dope is that cooked this up," I said, "but he knows how to play ball. Listen to this: The Politician's Catechism. Question-What is the first duty of a candidate? Answer--A duty of about 56 per oent. on his "barrel." If the "barrel" won't stand it, make it 33 1-4. Question-What is a candidste, any way? Answer---A candidate is a "thing" which the ward managers use for leg polling purposes up and intil election day, when if suoceesful the "thing" becomes "it." Question-In making a speech, what should a candidate use for his open' ing sentence? Answer-"I believe th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1911

THE TENSAS GAZET - Ilb uate P.bl Company, Ltd. o firr P, a oPris d Taw, SCl Beard sa Fir n U 1 $- haD, NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911. NUMBER 22. I EEEPcniMT PMEaCr A I. -C I .MU P BOYS ON FARM ukh School Plans to Arouse Interest in Farming. y y Youngsters Selected to Work es Ha)f-Acre Plot Are Happiest and Proudest of Whole Institutioa. g~y, Ingland.-With a view to o them on the land and pre their entering the overcrowd ihrlng and allied professions in the school children of Ripley .- ag taught to work on the land f the school course. Napest and preodes boys in t pesteat are the SO who have geos out from the rest of their to work on the hna acre of which the Dowager Lady Love hie k to the local llage school VuIse a week these sturdy, bright yeagste-s-ll of them between a of eleven and fourteen-take pedes and forks and measuring and go out and work on gets under the superintendenoe *r* head master, William Blau Sembryo farmers and garden *gve alread...

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

. ell s a a T m e -T Aao r P It .Vcm L7JLJ hR ThW ef IIf ie hIa~ roez.lF OWL of 2IT T is very evident that Borneo is to be "standardized" in the matter of clothes-if not in the matter of bread-and it is probable that but little time will pass before the aborigines of that country flaunt themselves in Eu repeaa attire, and exchange the silver coins whose chief use at present is sraely ornamental for the gauds and gewgaws of the men and women of leos natural ways. "Ctlizuation is coming," says Mr. Gomes. "coming quiekly; and all the distnective Dyak eastoms will soon be things of the past. Already the Dyak is mixing with other races in the towns. and is changing his dress for western cos tume." @Al! such is civilization! The Sea Dyhk of today is generally a pltureeque person. The man is as gay as the woman. Possibly, too, his wardrobe is more eldborate than hers. She is content, as a rule, with a cou ple ef etticoats and a jacket. Her "jewels," however, make amends for anything that...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1911

Under the Rose ... ,o'- The Ten-Thousand to°" Dollar Bill IfNNEY ýtto g,.gator By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copysrtit by W. G. Chapman) N A certain Saturday in October, just before bank-closing time, the cashier of the Wall street brokerage firm of Seybel & Loser handed to a young messenger named rritz Krull a do posit-book. between the leaves of which was a ten-thousand-dollar bill, with instructions to hur ry around to the Na iJpfdelity Bank before twelve l Krull--u he had often done ~ Ckbttoned the book inside his 11W sad went whistling down the Sfht of steps to the street. go the last seen of him by the Sst the following Monday morn o efact that be did not return Je degsag-time on Saturday ap mF y passed without notice; the F-e was only seventeen-had al S eaws his week's pay. Swhen the office opened on the Sfollowing IFrits Krull and his r-wothy, middle-aged Ger l ere waiting in the hallway a ost astounding story to the Sthaet. In some unaccountable SFri.ts had lost the ten-thou...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST.JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITo. S$1.50 In Advanee. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911. THE RANSDELL SUCCESSION. The announcement of Hon. J. E. Ransdell as candidate for the United States Senate has naturally aroused interest in the matter of his congressional succession. Mr. Ranedell's hold on the fran chise of this District has been so secure that those in close touch with the situation have given but indif ferent heed to the aspirations of others, who from time to time have sought to displace him; but now that all indications point to an early vacancy with Mr. Ranadell out of the race, it is wise that full consid eration be given the qualifications for this office in order that the man selected to represent North Loiis isna may be equipped to wear with credit to himself and profit to his constituents the honor to be con ferred. The importance of making a wise selection cannot be exaggerated. With the Democratic party domi nant in the House, with strong men fr...

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

S-Schedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective Jasmary t, 1911. soUTH HotU N STATION NORTH BOUND ICAIL1pAS IES N ER PABNGER--LOCAL McG rE...... 2.18 P. M. ... McGERHE JCUT .".............2 i .1 TRIPPU JCT. ... .... 1.66 r Iw. .... HALLBY ... 1.44 " , " .. MACON .. .. 1.27 LAKE VILLAG.. 1.10o S.JENNIE.... 12.66 . ..H OO .... 2. ,oa . . , EUDO A .... 12.34 s.3 P. Y. " I RE DLM D............A '12.22 6.16 . ARKZI ARK ..... 12.14 6.00 I ... . MILLKm , LA 2....... 1.04OP.M. 6.40 SLB ........ 11.52 . .16 31.16 6 " .. ILAKE PROVIDENCE ... . 11.a 4.45 "" TRANSYLVANIA.. 11.13 ." 36 9 .62 ..AL8ATIA..... 11.0 " 15 .,. .. ......" NOKA.... .... ... ... ",10.47 " .0 9OA . 10.47 2.30 9.-5 MANSFORD 1037...2.0.... 10 STALLULAH ................ 10 6 140 " 1 . LACLD .... ........ 10.16 12.0 " 11 .ALLIGATO BAYOU..... 0.00 12.00 P. M. " ... QUIMY .............. . 11.. 11.6 , M. 22. • 8 -0663 83? "'" 9.858 11.10 " 12.40 I' w, ....... NEW3LLTON................ 15 10.83 . ,h...i "LAKE Ui ..........

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matnrs ovE ecial Meoment t ah. Pr. .. Agneutriw A boy and a farm make a good team-try and keep them hitched. Some of the sweetest fruits and nuts are enclosed in the roughest shells. The plow wounds the earth. The growing grain that follows heals the wound. Some people's morals are like their clothes-worn on extraordinary occa sions only. Not many apple barrels will be needed this year. but save all the ap ples there are. There's always room at the top and generally much more than there is at the bottom. The man with a grouch, or with the habit of a grouch, is not wanted any where or at any price. - Some men are moral because they know it pays-others because they could not be anything else. In one minute one can learn enough concerning the beauty of country life to want to live there a life-time. The boss does not tell you every day how he appreciates your work It may be because he is too busy. What a monotonous world it would b...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1911

' FOOT-EASE _-a... . -ar-.m uu €pte tger .tie feet. he .. I  ,smarti 96t an st ad heaioa I'a the - m.AesS e9s= r; diserLY e/ inbt ord a l ewa. Islas oraes nif far tasrewig murae, p. .---, .a lm end tred. aebtnL feet iT aeýept sey , rat/ti . p. g E TRIAL JPACKAGE e se).t b maiL ER GRAY'I SWEET ALLI s. oLSTID. I. Roy. N. Y. WAS THE LAST STRAW Wmeon There Are Who Will ýgIsIll ~Just Why Long-Suf pling "Worm" Turned. gsl years ago an Atchison cou V living happily together. The was shocked one day when applied for a divorce and got Sstory of the divorce has come N gsu that the wife went into and "slaved" all day. She - esad, pies, cake, cookies and at bans. She boiled a tongue, - potato salad, stuffed eggs, aggratrd and brown bread. - r husband came home at 6 It the evening he found her a And on the table was gggee, pork and beans, fresh Sbe , cookies, pie, potato salad, M, brown bread and cus -'. wife thought her husband -q: "You poor darling, how gre worked today!" Instead, he a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 2 June 1911

,ohn, Henry MAKES A SPEECH s By GEORGE V. HOBART The days rolled by and Ruraldene watched with increasing Interest the struggle for supremacy between Mr. Peter Grant and Mr. William Gray. Prom the moment the glad tidings spread around that they were out to make monkeys of each other it seem ed that every voter in the community quit work and gum-shoed after the two Opadidates Wverybody knew that mossy would flow like water, sad everyboy was for putting bulkhead compartmnts in the clohes As for me! Well, Uncle Peter handed me a fat slob of a checkbook and told me to art klose, and I be oaw so popular in all the boos. ba users that I had to wear ee In the derby to keep the nodde from spread a g. I was his campaign manager, sad Bunch Jedksoa held the same poet for BI Goray. I worked eighteen hours a day every day and I slept with one amp lit. I began to snoae that the Gray ta tios was making a big play for the womes. The qeemod to think that If they got the w+ie and mothers on their sid...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

., Ci, L ,. u b .1 T m .I b!. hin tea . ,d .L .3"" NEW SERIES VOL. XYVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA.. FRIDAY,4UNE 9, 1911. NUMBER 2". *** ; *** T P* 1: **-*-* ******** ? * ** : * . ... .. .. ...... . . .... . . .... . . . . .. ..--.. .. .. .. ._..*.... * * . ?". - "- . -..- .. -- ** . . . _"- _.-- "*. --'", '...... - , - ,, , ,, , ,,e. . ,m ,m , ",, , , ,,, -. . : ARMY OF 250,000 TOILS AT NIIHT 4OELIEVE ' jTRYn nr IFAL MY TORK.-With an army, conser ely estimated at a quarter of of workers who are em partly or wholly at night, New t'yis fast becoming as busy In and economically between -sars at 7:00 p. m. and 7:00 a. m jLp other cities during the hours isag time immemorial have been to labor. giitter, the glimmer and the dt the "Gay White Way" and -bigs must, from their very briflliacy, attract attention eaeloon of all other coaider alter the sun goes down and imitation suns cora up. quarter million et workers so accessible, not so sas spe. and fr less noisyo to complete as accurate those occ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

Wo I Milito NCE in a while ar army or navy o0 cer is arrested tot spying or attempt Ing to obtain mill tary secrets from a foreign govern ment. Practically every government, including the Unit ed States, has a law which makes this a crime. Usu ally there is more or less secrecy about the omcer's arrest and trial. His government repuhdates his activity, and if he is sentenced to a term of imprisonment he receives no support or aid from his government. Withia the last few months two British ocficers. Captain Brandon and Captalan Trench, have been arrested and tried and Imprisoned in Germany for gathering military information in that country which might be valuable to Great Britain In case of hostilities. A German oecer, Lieutenant Helm. was arrested in England for sketching end photographing British fortifica tlons. In the Philippines two Japan ese oficers were arrested while 'at tempting to bribe a private to furnish them with photographs of the fortif cations of Corregidor. Manila b...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

Under the Rose " CBo THE TAXI-CAB *Ius,"r MURDERS rAtzN I•NE e tlg ator By FREDERIC REDDALE (Coporrght by W. 0. Cpsomap ) URING the fall and winter months following that date when Finney Valen tine left the department and became a free lance on his own account, the city of New York, and in deed the whole United S gStates, were greatly ex / ever a sequence of more or less gl es crimes whatcn, because of peculliar environment, became to press and public as "The Murders." /rit incident in the series, al set of the common, occasioned en than passing interest in the capital. But when a see * third and a fourth repetition under almost precisely the gemditions, only the locality and Esatity of the victim being the police and the communi gseraed began to "sit up and 4Sti," as the tack of the day sq case a "magnate" or a of the fnancial or indus gaeld was the victim-"malefac f pWeat wealth"--death, sudden overtook each and is; so, also, the interior of -. hose convenient vehicle, a laase...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABWER E. GREEN, - - EDeoro. ,.sInr Mdv.s. $ .50 FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. P'ROC1'DIfINOas or 753 POLICE JURY. STATE OF LOUISIANA1, PAariSH OF TsxsAs. St. Joseph, La., June 5th, 1911, Be it known that on this 5th day of June, 1911, it being the first Monday in said month, and the day for the regu lar meeting of the Police Jury of the Par ish of Tenas, said llonorable Body met at the Court House in St. Joseph, La. There were present: Mr. F. H. Curry, President, and Mesers. Jno. Murdoch, R. B. Lynch, Louis T. Hunter, Wm. A. Register, members. Absent-Meesrs. D. Muir and B. F. McVlay. A petition was presented by Mr. Mur doch requesting that the public road leading from Newellton to New Light, be ditched. The finances of the parish not justifying such a vast expenditure, at this time, the request was refused, the road outfit to be sent to said road and work same. A petition asking for a bridge at Pin Hook was received and Mr. W. A. Reg ister wq requested to investigate t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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