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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

le of the M., H. & L. Rail Read. Effective January 1, 1911. g poUND FTA'TION NORTH BOUND 1nl88:N G;ER PASS ENGKR--UX'AL M, tEl3EIE 2.1SP. M. SM (lEII.EE J(' T 2.1 " TRIPPE JCT. 1..5, 6. IRA. . .HALL .. 1.45 .5 .. MA('ON 1.27 5 ILAKE VILLA(E... 1.10 1.10 JENNIS........ 12. 56 7 17 " ('tIP0 T ...... 11.r 4 S 7.31 "1 ^ El . 12.34 " 6.5 P. M. , 744 A 'L . . 12.14 6.0015 0 .I .N , , ..... 12. P. M . 5.40 i . .1: ". `.[I1II.I RN 11.5! . .1,5 " O 30 .1 1135 4.45 S 1.52 " ...Ti \NSYLt VANIA. . . .. 11.13 ' 3.35 , '44I.02A 11.03  .15 " , I .17 .NOKA 10.47 2.0 S 9.2 MANSIORD .l0 r1 2.00 , 9. TALIIL1 H 10.5 ' 1.40 " 1 1.4.7 I I' 1TO ' . i0 15 " .1.25 " I10.0 100 .AILIl1AT HAYOU. O. M 12.06 P. M. . 110 ( IIMHY 9.1 " 11.58 . ».2. IiI()IERSET 9 " 11.103 S. NEWELLT 9.15 0 39 p 1063 ....LKE IIHIE FN .. 00 10.00 " 11.6 *. .OFI'l R.45 9.40 " , 4..Os T RIDGE .... .. 8.6 9.00 u I 1.81 .6.(OI,)M N . 6.16 .42 " ;.t 11.41 WATERPRO(OF ... .. . .12 .35 iDo not simply ask for a "Ponograph" 1.1k M ]YT...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

0 D QoOD 0000 000000 0 Mary and John By PHILIP KEAN CanihL o i o Asseo mcad. Literaro Pr-t.) Norman Drace stepped into the first taxi he spied as he made his exit from the theater. The musical comedy had been good and Drace stretched out his long leg contentedly as the cab wheeled him homeward. He looked down at his well shod feet which caught the remnants of light from brilliant Broadway. Something more brilliant than his shoes sparkled in the lights that sifted through the cab window. DruOe stooped to pick it up. It was a wedding ring. "By Jove!" muttered Druce to him. self. "Some fair damsel is in tears by this time-lost her wedding ring! Hamph! She has a good big hand who ever she is-why, this fits my lit tle Snger." Drace leaned forward Into the light and examined the ring. It was a very broed banud of gold. "There is a lot of writing Inside, but this beastly light-I can't make out a letter." After several turnings and twistings of the rlng Druce gave up the attempt to decipher...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

..r N-eut N of 1frltiesaL inet Mystery Is Solved B. Washburne, President Pirst Secretary of State, in Two Weeks to Be Minister to Franos. naive history of either or Grant could be written se appearance many times of of Elihu B. Washburue. He of Lncoln's closest friends. the movement that result 'besan's nomination for and te the presidency be was in teach with Lincoln. When dipped quietly into Washing 's inasuguration, Washburne H. Seward were the two set him at the railroad eta efduncted him to his hotel; tegh the war Washburne's " A sought by the president. to Washburne's recom that Lincoln nominated IL Grant to be a brigadier many other times the war Grant had reason for the friendship and of Wuhburne, who repre Galena (Ill.) district in 18U6 to 1869. t had become president when he was turnlng over the composition of his b hbed at oone upon two Lssse in It. One was Qihu for secretary of state, ' ar was Gen. Jacob D. Cox lr secretary of the interior. that Washburn, espe be pleased...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 9 June 1911

ohn Henry SMAKES A COMPACT *By GEORGE V. HOBART Uncle Peter Grant sad his old ea amy, Bill Gray weer aquarita o be tore the rand clash at the polls; sad a electiem day drw nearer the ht waxed snera, and raldmee med to be very evenly divided for Gray and for Grant. UnIle William had not yet attempt ed to speak In public, but his hence man, Bunach was about the busiest mosquito that verw sang a face. That b was all over the place. Whea he wasn't haading out the Con talk to the mothers, r buying eandy terbe kids, he down in the Rye Resorts heplt g bdy' tide to 4omet. L Ad 41 might aWg tell you that I wasa't anybody's dled man myself. Bdeah and I h>ao't spoken aace that eveatful msufng whea Iole Peter esoed usea me to uphold the boaor of the famly. We sat up alhts sharpening the harpoos r oeah other, end It got so that every tre Bauneh loomed ap on the haorso ha growle andd every ime he saw me he'd bark and run the other wSy. One day I had a sah of Unole Wil 1amm. with Benk ead AnM ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

-c( ý ý c - " " . ~ , 1- 1- ,- / - J ý ` n . : ý . . . . . k q.a , . t1 A~.i ý 1 + ' { t 1 " r- - T;--u- - --"-`+--··"- -·--- r ·T SA G4 ' 4i, P A.:1' C...,. vita. . .. r F a i r. , * SNEWt SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST toK~, LA. I~41N 16 1;I, u: ST~ad Pý , A ., I º ý U N E 169 511.., yý; en Women Excel in tM . Accurate Repprt Liars of Physical Fact By TerOTRY WHIVRE COALET HE EER who wrote that "all men are liars" was not indict ing humanity. He was speaking not generically, but ipe cilcally. He meant not msalkid, but us, the men, in con tradistinction to the women. He was right. Lying, like the rapid-fire gun, the "Bos ton agreement," the tricks of trade, the battleship, is a weapon, and men are the wielders of weapons. Lying is, after all, only brutality efined. Falsehood is cruelty tem pered by cowardice. In the frank age of competitive force man was the strong . He brought the spoil to his lady love, but liked to glaze over detail of acquisition. Many a  sepsctable citizen in ourter w...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

::: is ~-·at ,ffill or· tlt 9 Is FEW weeks ago one of the stu dents of that dreaded disease, cerebro - spinal meningitis, made a visit to Ellis Island. He was in search of Bore data on that deadly affection. A few suspected cases were being bhSd to the detention quarters of the imagiratlon bureau, and he was anlous to see them. So little is known of the disease that every case eRrs new opportunities for labors tory study. This doctor examined the suspects, went back to his laboratory,. and a few days later was stricken by te very malady that he had been Sghtlng for years. The disease that be had been ighting so long had turned upon him. He was dead with in orty-eight hours after he was at tacked. All the knowledge that he sad his colleagues had gained in the bat half dosen years proved useless and helpless In stopping the coming of death. lace FPlexuer, the world's great est authority on cerebro-splnal menin gitis end kindred diseases, was sum mWned, and did all that was In his pmer...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

Under the Rose °me0o THE SOCIETY 'EYt" BUCCANEER yiLEN TINE. , t.ýa"r By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. O. Cbapinn) MONG t h e earlier casei which came to Finney Valentine aft er establishing his own private agency was one that appear ed in his files under the dual initials "R. C." Back of this cabal istic designaticn the preliminary f a c t these: For perhaps a year and aeS of New York's many smart the days of Ward McAllis four hundred has grown to con more than four thousand lg mystified and annoyed by a od totally inexplicable robberies, perpetrated by some person who either had the entree kw perfectly the habits of miing the coterie in question. trouble began with a notable rubbery at Mrs. Alger's cotillon the thief getting away with thousand dollars' worth of aest, while Mrs. Kendig's din were at table "some one" . uapstairs apartments to the alf as much. Then came the .. a priceless balas ruby at the nastlon, said ruby having around among the guests but which never came Ms...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

The Tensas aette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNIR E. OREN,. - - EDITOR. 8 RVCIIIP'IO VKARtLY j I. Advan.et. 1.50 FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911. MR. PARKER'S CONFESSIONS. Mr. John M. Parker's Political Confessions-incomplete since they did not cover the camlpaign of 1896, when, according to comninon report, Mr. Parker also voted for a Repub lican in the person of Captain Pharr continue to agitate the press of North Louisiana. If he reads the country papers or listens to the representative country people, Mr. Parker has evidently already discovered that principles call for something in North Louis iana and that a muchly speckled political record does not go well I with assumptions of leadership in that section of the State. The Monroe Independent, a zeal ous supporter of Judge Hall, ap preciates the effect of Mr. Parker's egregious blunder and is trying to break the force of it by declaring that Mr. Parker's personality is in no sense an issue in the campaign and that what is on trial is the sys ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L iRail d. Effective Jaauary 1, 1911. - + SOUTH BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND t~ ICAL--PASENER PA8EN RcAL SR. Mc ......R . . .2.. .. .16 P. 6. S.. .McGE E JT . ..... ... 2.1 TRIPP3 JCT. " .5 6. 18A. M .ALLEY .4 6. A . . MAC(ON 1.27 i. LAKE VILLAGE.. i " 1.10 , 7.10 JENNIR..... 11. 4 -7 .17 . R IOOT.... . ..... 4 . M AM. 7.41 .RIDORA ... . 12.94 6 .6 P. . AR1 RE!K .a ""X ....... 12.1 ' " ..... * " .01 1W . 2.0 1 P. . 5.410 , , . 8.13 "HEL URN 11......1. 165 8 .10 LAKE PROVIDENCE ... 11. 4.4 ga g 8.12 TILANSYLVANIA 11.12 8.M 910 " 9.012 ALSATIA 11. " 8.1 " 9 .. " 9.17 . . . ENOKA... 10.47 2.3 9.u. , . 9.27 .ANSFORD ..1... ...... 10 7 " 2.0 , 1 . " 9. . ......... TALLL' LAH ...... .. .... 1 .26 1.4 9.47 L. ACLR DE. 10.15 11 .2 . ......... 00 ALLIGATORBAYOU. 10.00 12.08 P. Y. 116 10.10 ..QUIMRY...... 94 11 1. 1 PM. 10.22 "OMM T u 9.91 11.1, 128 " 10.6 .... LAKE BRUN 9.00 10." .. r 124 8 1." 13 .. T. JOSE PH 1.41 9 43 8 " 11.24 .....LOCUSTRIDE.... 6.26 9.0 II 11...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

MI Farmers' Educational Ra and Co-Operative Union of America raj the be Ge Matters Especial Moment to in the Progressive Agricultarist Li Co W Reason is not measured by size or 1-l height, but by principle. Re It is a complete waste of time to De yawn when some people talk. Br Kick and you are apt to be kicked- on this holds good at milking time. it Most of us see success only when we are brought face to face with it. Is Often the fancy farming of a city fel farmer is worth traveling miles to see. iza It is better to have resolved and no failed than not to have resolved at all. You may run into debt, but the pos- set sibility is that you will have to crawl bu out. tu Drawbacks are discouraging, but me they are sometimes blessings in dis- d guise. ME When you can't see straight ahead, th it is because you are going to turn a ma corner. do It was a wise hostess who discor ered that changing rooms might on change modes. n It would be a remarkably silent N< world if we were as silent...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

OF INTENSE SUFFERING Bad Case of Kidney Trouble Was Finally Routed. 'bbn Light, Cresco, Iowa, says: I was an intense sufferer disorders. The kidney se sssed irregularly, my limbs were badly bloated, and feet so swollen I could not wear my shoes. I tried many remedies but became discouraged as nothing hellpd me. Then I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and soon noticed improvement until I could rest well at d the kidney secretions be . I do not believe I would today were it not for Doan's the name--Doan's. ml by all dealers. 50 cents a Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. is simply the nice things aboot other people. atice how many people there the world who say: "You just get even with you:" HOUSEKEEPERS. That'sa why they buy Red Sltr. At leading grocers 5 cents. a who has been married is willing to let his wife lasting about it. LOST. large case of chills carried 's Chill Tonic, the "No u'a' chill medicine of twen - rps' reputation. Ask your I write A. B. Richards Medi slman, Texas. POLICI...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 16 June 1911

6hn Henr MAKES A NOTE By GEORGE V. HOBART Old BI Gray, who was running aalgast Peter Grant for mayor of le Rurldene, had challenged Uncle Pe- B tar to a joint debate. The news of it spread llke wildfre, and It soon be- hi came patent that whoever won the hi rag-chewing contest would also win pt the election. n Every morning Uncle Peter would lock himself up in his library and ra prepare verbal gunshot with which to w pepper Unele William when the night of lghts arrived. "I Of course, Uncle William played the ci same cards and spent hours daily in bi his word factory turning out tart re- ( narks with which to sting Uncle to Peter. di The eadtement grew apace, and W everybody took sides, from the infant pq to arms up to the octogenarian. a One morning I witnessed a meeting tl . between our German grocer's boy with the Grant button pinned to his 1 calico shirt and the red-headed kid who had pinched Uncle Peter's Brst speech, the latter with the Gray rib roan tied around his suspender....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

5~ THE TENSAS GA E T wnsha PePbe coay, L. .1 Pa the Pariah of Team Sws bard amd Fm M Li . I t $L5 Atm, C SE S ER OS S, LFd. -NEW_ SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, L4. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911. ""  NUMBER 26.: :-="'. . . . . . .. . .. . . - " " 4 ' - - - m-.' .' .. " _ .  _ ._' e.' --. ~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ipl - . . 41um.mum nna! --t.- - -- ....~ ~ ,d. .,,.III (OMAN USES FEET Kittle Smith Has Many A-.omplishments. Herself for a Time by Sale w d, aM Ink Sketches She Drew M., Her Toe*-Makes Good S Sped on Typewriter. o-Darwin' theory that our orc ancestors were practically Ipodad. since they could use their Mg as well as their hands, is par dely essarmed to the case of Miss gItg Smith, a Maywood woman, who, ioubs she lost both arms at an gy age. Is an accomplished artist. utresa and musician. Her feet yI'e all the purposes of hands se dgi that she can take a watch apart ae them - iLs Smith, who is the Ainaiat sec Mary for the Maywood Home for atppled Dependent Children, 519 Ir...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

c~ps OLLAND and Switzerland are the two most favored resorts of the American tourist in Europe. for Dutch shoes and snow peaked mountains tever fall to Inter eat the bromide Americans. And why not be bromodic? The, greatest bromides of all are the pee pie who are afraid of being a )o mlde and scream with emphbasl: "[ did not kiss St. Peter's (oe!" "I did act bring home' a piece of lava from Ve suviu'!" "I did not take a snap shot of a Dutch windmill!" "I did not climb Mount *. ®3 Dilanc in Alpine costume!" A bromide al ways winas out in the end, for he is allowed so many pleasant and use ful pleasures a sulphide Is debarred troat Thbu Rae is by tfr the most inter esting and up to 4ate city In Holland. It ea~ a]ost like a cosmopplittp elat lt languages are spokes and the people are very gay. The people of The Hague try their best to imitate the French, both in dress and customs, even speaking French In their home circles. In the streetts everything is hustle and rustle, and they are ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

Under the Rose J*C~'. Over the 'Phone $AINTINE. genNsraor By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. G. Chapmn) am about to kill myself yoe will find my body in -reom elght fortyatx. Del oont hotel-It you listen you'll hear the shot Good-by!" This was the fateful message that went bus sing over the telephone wires late on a foggy, drlusly night in ApriL The Intending suicide had caled up police headquar was In the old Mulberry Sdays-md the lieutenant at Jr'l efa the dreult; after waiting w eeads, distinctly heard the idging report of a firearm, that the unknown speaker had i word and must have pur let the receiver off the hook. "s.'d aof calling up the office of W1iS Delmoat-ose of the newer hostelries near the Grand jdept, nllney Valentine leap his odclal motor and dashed hoping to be Arst on the higre the hotel people had a to eJddle things. de was realised. Appasat j lersm had been given or beard s igth floor by guests. cham er bellhopo-which perhaps g- surprising considering the Sthe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

"It.1 - -o er"- pIrOc \oin our -m Copet e (h" the (t in the t( " nd one ah r erI illian i i' n canteidae r -, aieute ' istby .Th fit to tth "7 n e. or sade ' 'er ely atte kov Ferrn c. C )iasl ving, ana the their ex p (4 t State by incr JOsif ,4 the lCarites of the Registrars f Voters. j~wa the speeches mrile by these i , the votersa are almost Stou eee that the Governor o the itae makw all the laws, and that the ugislre, chaed as it ion by the O unge wh all legis. lativo untirey, is a useless and expe~sive lSaury. Notr we are willng to, and on, w befit, that the Governor ;of the 03tte or any other official is subject to, ~ad should receive just and boha t oriticism and condemnation whrever his public acts, either of commiibn or omiasion jusestiy, but why should the Governor of the State be condemned because of Acts of the Legislatre? And especially when those Acts are passed by men who are ever watchful of the best jptesut of the people, by men who are oppossd to all salary raisi...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

Schedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. sOtVTH BOUND STATION NOITRH OUND tOCAIL-PASrSEN(ER PA88ENOR---LOCAL MrCEIIEE 2.15 P. M. Mc(;EHEE J(T . 2.13 TRIPPE J'T ... 1.5 " S. IA. M. .HALLEY . 1.4 " 69 MACON 1.27 * S "M LAKE VILLAB ... 1.10 .10 . JENNI ....,, .. 12.06 7.17 ' <TICOT ..... 12.41 SA.Y 7.31 fl(5R4 12.34 " 6.SP. . .11 7 44 " I :. ':AJD'... 12 22 6.15 6. " 7 " AI k . . A . . .. . . .. 1 .14 .a 0 SMI1.1 .r.N L .. .. 12.14 P.M. 5.40 1,11 " N.13 ;11 . ,III IRN . 11.52 6.15 . " 1.:, '" •I, - I' H')VIIOEN('E 11.8 5 4.456 6" 4." .2 .'ILAN5YI LVANIA .. 11.13 " 1.35 . " 9. 2 \ ATI. i " 3 .16 S 17 N(K . . . . 10.47 " 2.30 ' . 7 MANYFORD 10 37 " 2.00 " .- " 9. T: : .L.ULA .... ....... 10.25 . 1.40 11.7 9.7 LA .D, .. 10I. 1 " 2.85 11 . IU.(M . A I. AT lt AYOU 10.00 ' 12.06 P. M. .I " 10.10 QI' u Y... .. 9.4 11.53 " I.6 P. M I .'22 O()MERIET.. . . 9 " 11.10 S "" 130 . N W.LLTON ... 9.1.5 10. " tl 1..3 .I. IR- B N 9 L'N 10.00 " Il.. 11 .I( OM PH .. 45 ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

F Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America a Matears tEpecial Nement to the Progressive Ariculatri st f Religion is our attempt to discover the meaning of life. We never think of the value of the gift If we love the giver. t A soft snap is frequently more of a a glue pot than an elevator. a A good feeder is known by the con- t dition of'tChe stock he keeps. Wastes are the parents of want, c therefore save the roughage. It begins lo look as though the u "square deal" is getting rounded off at the corners. Plain living and high thinking is all right if the plain and high are not too far apart. Faith plans for a busy day tomor row; work gets up and does the chores before breakfast. Queer but true, what you consider your neighbor's weakness he thinks is his strongest point Faith is the farmer's sheet anchor, without which he would not now be fall plowing for the next year's crop. Modesty is a virtue, but too much of it may be a vice. It is not right for one to conceal his ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

aJC A SUMMER THIRflT. - a lot of ice water into "bor to quench the thirst for pt--sot only does it not pro - desired result, but it is bad is just one beverage that its io-s of heat and thirst ia e you're hot, tired or thirsty a -a or a bottle of this one ragei-dellclous, refreshing. ng. At soda-fountains or in bottles-5c everywhere. * t eCOCA-COLA CO.. Atlanta, o-r a of their booklet. "The it COCA-COLA"-you will g wtresting. N Used Good Material. b'Wamdt and Michael Augelo t a l checkers under a spread aW Is the golden sunlight of the .~fmoo Italian looked up. l'Ity," be said. "did you notice _e somebody bhe j ist paid for yg' of yours''" e :r about it.. `u. I'm glad I hed enough money I Ipelted that picture to buy a oaty of canvau, It's your lie.. a game went on ---Cleveland the System and tadachei to constipation. fr men. women children: young and old. its Beneficial ws note the of tle Cormpan ý the Genuine .to the Acre L I wat Joe s.mfy of Iwruult Sram SbLseh wat o1 W As . ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 June 1911

ohniH1enr MAKES A HOLIDAY By GEORGE V. HOBART I was beginning to hatch a darkb and devilish plot, and in the morning, bright and early, I had Barney Doolin at work painting our automobile the exact colors of the machine owned by the Hon. William Gray, who had the temerity to run against Uncle Peter for mayor. This was Saturday, and since early morning a score of boys roamed all over town, distributing 10,000 cards whereon was printed "Bunch's Advice to Society"-- canard of my own de vildng to queer Bunch with the So deety push. The cards made an awful hit. Nine citizens out of every tea didn't know whether it was straight goods or a Josh, but after reading the card over for the second time nearly everybody concluded that the strenuous cam paign had overcrowded Bunch's men tal seating capacity and that he had gone dippy. When the afternoon paper, the Ruraldene Palladium, made its appear ance, It contained a paid get-back from Bunch on the first page. and It was surely a dizzy dish of...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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