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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

THE TENSAS G bute* P.Uishi Company, Ltd. Officia Pper of the Pari of Teas School Br dF th Llai ne w DibedL SNEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JUNIE 30, 1911. NUMBER of Winnipeg Owns Its Utilities I BELIEVE PUBLIC uTILITIES - IT SAVES PEG, Man.-Before the close  Le present year this city will j..]s upon as the greatest ex of public ownership on the continent. Its investment utilities is now more than a t asarly a quarter of a century the city council laid the founds of asmicipal ownership by buy tg the Winnipeg Water Works sad establishing a municipal gO successful did the venture Iast when the city decided to .a..a pavements some years it was decided to install a mu bspalt plant and the many 4o pavement in this city have Yid by it. with the Winalpeg Electric which controls the street tajxchise, gas, electric light power franchise, resulted in the - g- g $3,000,000 for a municipal plant. Out on the Winnipeg as miles from the city, a plant in Wives for Titled Noblemen...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

IDucin in a oeO NORMIAN ROWEL / Cory"meNT y Plu)1W M TuAr M AROSE hastily at four. put on three suits of clothes, threw eleven large, fawncolored flap Jacks under my belt. and hit the skyline for Kidder's. Kidder is a sportsman six days in the week, but on Sun day stops to rest and preach three or four sermons. He is also the pro prietor of a Jersey cow and a gasoline go-devil. It was the latter I was aiming for, but, as It was darker than a stack of negro coal heavers at midnight. I mingled with the cow. As soon as I discovered her proximity I made a grab for it, but was thrown lightly across several stalls into a far corner of the barn. At this point, however, the rank odor of gasoline in a terribly rundown con dition of health smote upon me. I reached out my hand tenderly and patted the go-devil on the brow. At about this time of night Kidder's back door opened. allowing a flood of light to pour forth. In the doorway was silhouetted the figure of a man hurriedly getting outside o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

Under the Rose I THE FIREFLY FINNEY rALENTINNE. I .. jow· a lsator By FREDERIC REDDALE (corpyrigh by W. o. Cbapmu) (Copyright by I ATE in the forenoon of a dark and lowering No vember day a dilapidated express wagon of the "free lance" variety, lad en with a single large trunk, nearly new, stop ped in front of old Police Headquarters at 300 Mul berry street in Manhat tan. The driver hopped off his perch in a hurry. went inside, and inquired She detective bureau. : he fbaow displayed so much agita a tt the lieutemant in the front gs eat him right up to the quar i lnspector Finney Valentine. :aa be told the following strange S1 o choice Fourth ward speech: ag-e ame's Barney Fogle. I was Mo stand corner o' Lexington and S veayer w'an a luy-a dago, I Se was--comes up t' me an' _ whether I c'n move a trunk I " Oran' Central. I tells him thing.' an' he gits in me wagon, i hiarll go wit me. 7•d. cap, we goes inter th' bag ee s an' th' feller hands over a gpt an' claims his trunk He war- ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH. - - - LA. ABNIR K. GREEN, - - Earroa. sVUWEIIPTIOI YARLY .50 iR Advanceo FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1911. PIS'OCI DJI)INGMA OF THE POLICE JURY. STATE OF II~CISIANA, PARISM or TEstsAs. St. Joseph, La., June 26th, 1911. Be it known that on this 26th day of June, 1911, pursuant to a call by the Preeiden., the Police Jury of the Parish of TenMas, uaet at the Court House, in St. Joseph, La. There were present: Mr. F. 1. Curry, President, and Messrs. Jno. Murdoch, Louis T. Hunter, B. F. McVay and D. Muir, members. On motion Mers. I). Mair and R. H. Whitney were appoiuted a committee to have Catfish Bayou Bridge put ini good, safe condition. Meesre. Joe. Curry and Jno. Hughes were authorised to have cupola on Court House painted. The Amessor of Tensas Parish present ed his Amsewmmnent Rolls for the year 1911 and the Police Jury, constituting itself into a Board of Reviewer, examined said Rolls and aseessments therein. Upon motion, said Rolls were accepted, with the ex...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

j fhedule of the M., H. & L. Rail Road. Effective January 1, 1911. S rS BOUND STATION NORTH BOUND IOCPARSENGER PA88E1NOG3-LOCAL M('cI;ET .EE. 2.15 P. M. MtI(IREE .I('T 2.18 TRIPPE J(T1'. 1.8 . IRA M. .ALLEY. 1.45 8.83 MAC'ON 1.27 6c.5 LAKE VILLAIE.. 1.10 7.10 .JE NIK R....... 1. 2 .5 7.17H IC')T ...... 12.48 F4 1'. r. .- 12.34 6.. O P M. 7""' .. i :. ".i ,.. 1,2 " 6.16 S1Ii u ..,j A - .. 12.14 6.00 3. 0 MItL.l (..N L .. 12.04 P. M.i 5.40 S n.13 IIt.RI N 11.5 I 5.15 La " 8. I: I'IIIVIIN('E .11.3 4.45 I 8.55 " .TRiANH YLVANIA . , .13 3.I - , 9.02 " AL.ATIA. 11.Ofl S.I9 8 i.16 K E,, OK.I 47 2.30 , 9.27 15,NSFOR) 10 37 2.00 ;, 9.3 .. TALLtLAH . .25 1.40 r " .17 . LRAH). 10.15 12.25 , 100 IAI .I.Ii.ATOR .BAYOI' ... 10 12.45 P. M. S 10 10 lI IMRY 9 411 11.53 "IP. M. 22 ',FMEKr T 9 P. 11.10 , 9.19I ,. ... . NEW.ELLT.N. p.15 10. 39 _ , 10 ol E HHI'N  10.00 ' " ,, I 1.08 ST JOSEPH . . 45 9.E0 i 11".24 ,LI'N r RIi51E .... .. 4  9.00 S 11.35 OL MAN 8.16 842 PA I .41 W.TTERPROO(F 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. — 30 June 1911

W Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Fa 1hi del Mattew Especial M sattb pn the PFr.eive Agric rist gr He who fears criticism usually de serves it. of A setting hen Is in no fear of the po roasting pan. The two-faced Individual is apt to du get It In the neck. AS Plain common sense is an excellent substitute for brilliance.. wi New blood doesn't do as much for , a town as new money. It takes a good deal of a man to be do a bread-winner these days. re Those who have competition don't h, consider it the life of trade. More people lay up on a rainy day than lay up for t rainy day. A good deal of our so-called prog rNes is of the circular variety. The surest way to get rich quick tri is to learn to labor and to wait. t A city-bred education Inevitably be e comes a city-feeding education. wi What the farmer wants now is bar ce eat hearts and willing farm bands. Faith without knowledge is Irke a I, pair of suspenders without buttons He who most proftably employs his tim...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

F- WEAK KIDNEYS. QTRAIUMU, SWELLING, EC. SBe Ma der, Kinwys Oad 3sc. t It be nire within a week or so e mt y good bye forever to the dribt;nlg stranilng or too fre ehse. of thie urine: the forehead k-of-the-head aches; the ad pains in the back; the grow weakness: spots before the skin; sluggish bowels; swoll rankles; leg cramps; unnat breath; sleeplessness and the for tbMs ttroublcs tset you csa- de us weant ulmake quicreovoo 7. vii l a ea copy of tIt. Many a do, ou or sr ritn this p tlsp powner .)r o o rthe lt j s w iati ela a p itre.- can use It ad ous ALL ABOUT SILAS Ms Well Unerstoeod the . of Her Esteemed pe teollow Tewnman. Wigfns had 'run in" for a o taIkl over the laotest news ,vie with her friend, Mrs. 5.0w." she said. "they Mt Mr. Magee didn't sub Stat doesn't seem possible. S~b y that knows Silas Ma we1, it does," replied Mrs. 'You haven't lived in this yew life, Mis' Wiggins. and bow what Silas is capable I remenmber once when he ,g fellow, going to singing - the rest...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 30 June 1911

ohn Henr Makes a Mayor By GEORGE V. HOBART Old Bill Gray, who was running n against Peter Grant for Mayor of Ru- 14 raldane, had challenged Uncle Peter JI to a joint debate, and I was making C ready. Early Monday morning I had t a satisfactory interview with the Bub- d ble blower, who had come on from h New York to take charge of our new n auto for this particular occasion. t All day long the preparations for b the joint debate went forward with enthusiasm, and everything moveable p in the community threatened to be in a the public square when the gong sounded. It was a cinch that the Candidate i who got stage fright, or failed to show up at the joint debate, would get all L his when the votes were counted. a The meeting was scheduled for 8 t o'clock and by 7:20 tha Square was packed with partisans of both sides. F Promptly at '7:15 1 sent our auto I with the imported chauffeur panting y up to Uncle William'a villa, having C first assured myself that Bunch was c busy at the Square. ...

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

THE TENS> GAZETTE aBette ePoblishia Copaay, Ltd. Officil Paper Ps th PsA6 Fie  lamiia.t IlWe Dkid A NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRI Y, JULY 7, 1911. NUMBER . BY TRICKERY Turns Modern Science to Good Account. W~hout a Conscience Visits Nu CA h Chiefs and Induces Them, M Means of Talking Machine, lsts Signing Away Lands. ork.-"I :ras reminded by a g sw the other day," said a sol -d fortune, "of some of my ex on the Gold Coast, when I - egok who had the same fond og eats as the cook mentioned traveler. My cook was pace Mensch, and he had an career. ~a Accra, and he had been hb some Englishmen, who had Lmr to London. There he had a ight of some kind, for be had spent a year in jail. Lhd learned to cook well, and 8 something that is worth while hart of the world. Mensch served me so faith 4a year that when I went to I asked him what I should hm on my return. He said nothing he would like so as I pbosograph into which he  tl and make records of his I t*aght this was an od...

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

The Art of Aiminh BY FDwAJD C. IWoWlsoN IIE rliter of this article desires to impress on the reader that all state ments contained herein are general statements which sl:ecial condition' might render inacurate or msleading It osft mll ncut out u place to go Into a te". details concerning aiming, and refer to some the difflculties which confront shooters. "I have a blur on my front sight or my rear sight." is a very con: mon protest from shooters of variout. degrees of experience, and then the natural assumption that " it must be my eyes," which it is. but not as th( average sufferer Imagines. In aimt ing one should practice first looking at the object, and then bringing the sights on the line of aim. incidentally and not primarily, i. e , do not attempt to fix the gaze on the front sight ane expect to see the object clearly, simul taneously, because yout are asking the eye to perform the impossible. and a blur is the inevitable result. A blur sometimes results from the sights be com...

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

Under the Rose =Zr~Boor" CAT'S EYE gpýNEY rp r TINE. I. . ,s` raltor By FREDERIC REDDALE (Copyright by W. U. Cbpnmau) 0 you think that dime L novel fiction is un- ai healthy for the juvenile te mind." queried Finney Valentine. "You are R right, of course; scarce- e ly a week passes that tt we do not read in the di papers of some young- - ster. or youngsters, W who fall into the hands a] of the law while en- it deavoring to duplicate b4 the feats of a bandit hero, as portrayed by is the blood-and-thunder m But you might go a step o0 and assert that there are t who are prone to fall under the 1 antence, and not be making an ol w asked the listener, scentt- P+ ' pgssible story.f ~ ei' the readers of that class fl s' a are not by any means con w fhe rising generation." replied ml Spector. "You may think it p. p t I am personally acquainted it pr Ireainent member of the New w ihr who seeks relaxation from a1 ,I l problems by devouring all al JImap detective stories he can ti ds lands on....

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

Th T'lasas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - -LA. ABWIER . GREEN, - - EDrrnR. U ICRIPTION WRA RLY 4hi$L a FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911. THE BOSS'S WORK WELL DONE. We congratulate the Hon. John 6 M). Parker on the complete success of his Good Government League convention. It was an achievement of no small magnitude to hrillg several hundred delegates here and make them ratify a cut-and-dried programme without a whimper of protest against the overseer, and Mr. Parker deserves all the laurels that go with Boas-ship of the highest order. Of course, the new political over lord has yet his day of reckoning 1 with the People, as have all Bosses I sooner or later; but, in the full t flush of the triumph which Judge Hall's nomination brings him, he can well afford to laugh to scorn those critics who held it to be im- I possible for a man who supported t the Republican candidate for Presi dent two years and a half ago to obtrude himself into a I)emocratic 1 primary, bend a faction to his will and, ignoring t...

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

Schedule of the M., H. & L Rd Mli . Effective Jemmary 1, 1911. SOUTH BOUND STATION NOB1Y mOUND WDCAIPAS ENt E PASSENIB-OCA *.......... 1 aMo U U ......... .. .. s.. P . M. . . ... M o s, tJCT ... ..... . . 1.11 " , ...T...... IPP JCT' ......... . i. 61 A M ...... .. ALLU Y.. ........... I a. .:. .. ........ . M A c O N * *.......e ..."S .... 1 ". .a ' ...... VILLAG... ...... .... l.a *, 1 A.M. 7.34 " ................ I .. . ....... 1I . o 7.50 .. ..AD .." 11 1 .. ....... ..... . / i.1 . . ..... .......MILL. U I . ........ n.... ,.6 . M. 8.0 T if " 8.01 " . ..ol MILLa. N La........ . . 3 " 3.M " /.u ." 1a30 " LAI PrOVIDNCU.... " 1.# " u4 . " . * .52 AN...S.. YLVANIA ....... 11 8.1 " .1 " 9.02 ......AL ATIA . 1 . ". .. .*....U..... .... 1. * o .17 WO A .......... 3.1 " 9.27" . MANS..... M POD .. WI  ,,M" lM " . . .. TA LACL L .. is .. . . . " . ' 1.0 1.1 " 11.7 " 9.47" . LACLEDE. ... . ... J E"P.. "" . " 1 o. "A* 0o0 "LLIGATOB DAYOU... 16g 0 op. . 1. a " 10.10 C UIM ..........

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 July 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters rEspecial Moment to the P ressive Agrialist If the elevator to success Is stopped --try the stairs. t Nobody without some pepper in him is worth his salt Don't call on your neighbor just to t borrow something. The doors of opportunity are marked t "Push" and "Pull." It is well to look on the bright side, but it is better to look on both sides. Hoping for the best doesn't pay debts that a man has foolishly as sumed. Tell your wife how well her cooking tastes and what good butter she makes He mortagaged his farm to set his son up in business in the city; the son failed, and now the sheriff has the farm. A little milk In the can makes a great noise sloshing around and the less a man knows the more noise he I makes. The wheels of Progress must be greased with the hand-oil of Common I Sense in order to make the age move forward. The man who contents himself with saying, "I'm not as bad off as my neighbor" will never amount to...

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

M adePu Convenientl It L .bb waSoups have Sb e-.nade flavort . Try Y's aicken Soup t y's Vegetable Soap t L's Tomato Saep i at your grocers. t "a, McNeill da Libby ,-. .' hsa '" HIs VIEW OF IT. you think the colleges the best men? I was turned out in gbore year. Some Contrast. is Judy." called a neigh to our good old mammy, At Skeeter Jim is dun got wife. I hope she leetl fat. pladlin'. no-'count streak-o' 'n him?" Mammy replied, ar) eyes and clasping her own "Laway, chile. day jus lak as' a haysta:k!" ag a man expect his wife to in his business when ee be doesn't know the I er last new dress? RE E "ASK of Mu"yon's Paw Paw e• ree to anyone on re Professotr Mayon. 53d p . iladelthi , Pa. If you are mdical advice, do not fail to Manyon. Your communi Streated in strict confidence, will be diagnoeed as care you had a personal inter. sw Paw Pills are unlike eatir or cathartias. They iet into activity by gentle 'ther do not scour, they do y do not rweaken. but they dIb the secrertions of...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 July 1911

oh n Henr I Gets a Partner By GEORGE V. HOBART "Seven weeks and then the wedding I bells will get busy for you, eh, Bunch?" I chuckled. "Surest thing you know," my old pal Jefferson replied, somewhat dolefully. "I must dig up a few old shoes and have a plate of cold rice pudding on the doorstep," I went on. "It's going to afford me a bunch of keen delight to soak you in the midriff with a rusty patent leather and then push a few rice fritters in under your coat collar, believe me!" Bunch tried to pull a smile, but his face didn't feel like working, and the finish was a mournful sigh. "John," he said, after the waiter had crowded the sizz-water into the wood alcohol, "I'm a plain case of shrimp!" "Oh, sush!" I said; "you'll get over that, Bunch. Isn't it a hit how we young fellows begin to warm wise to ourselves the moment we get a flash of the orange blossoms. We think of the beautiful little lady we are lead ing to the altar and then we think of the many beautiful souses we have le...

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

THE TENSAS GAZET -Gae Publs Co panY, Ltd. Offial Paper d the Paris of T.sa SchFRI Dal Blaim $ U.1 SEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. NUMBER 28. Maud Mullers Now Raking Hay This bEATS WORKIlG In SAf OLD FA TORY ALL THE TAMS TORK.-Maud Muller, who "on : ser's day raked th# meadow ba," hasn't anything on of 1Ol dclaiyed, smiling, safragettes ranging from sev to twenty-tour years of age, are working in the fields of the gt Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont on llokholt estate at Hempstead, 'taners" are former shop girls, b;ids and stenographers who sBndoned the -conventional and black skirt for the esmfortable sweater and over prefer to wear the bloom but alL are attired in a way p perfect freedom of move tp full play to arm and limb. f the little band were pale of -d slight of muscle when they -- ier farm life, but even now become ruddy of cheek and ar as red as a cherry. a two months' trial of these farm hands Mrs. Belmont k Snake Ousts City Flat Dwellers -C. A. Ha...

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

PUSHING CLAIMS IN CONGRESS Mý Ee 9a AR URING the closing days of the last session of con gress a filbuster was con ducted in the house of representatives against the passage of certain sections of what is known as the Omnibus Claims bill. All of the claims which were included in the bill had been passed upon by the courts and congress had been requested to ap propriate money to pay them. but it is one thing to ask the legislators to do something and another to get them to do it. There are thousands of claims filed against the government every year. Many of them are justiable and some of them are far from it, but eventually each claimant gets a hear nlug. Not long ago Senora Feliciana Men diola. a woman of the Philippines. laid a claim before the United States gov ernment and eventually as memory has it she received $30, in full dis charge of the obligation as congress looked at it. The case of Senora Mendiola went to the house committee on war claims with a mass of papers containing...

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

Under the Rose c%-E The Trouble-Maker FINNEY yrALENTINE. J$,stIgatOr By FREDERIC REDDALE (oyrit bordW h (Copyrigbt by W. U. Chapmfn) OR nigh upon two years the pretty suburban village of Annandale had been in the grip of a most puzzling and pro voking mystery, which latterly had developed into a species of terror ism, the peaceful inhab itants. especially wom en and children, being "scared out of their 17 senses." 3egnifng with a series of petty . Itedul annoyances, such as pot SO chickens, pet cats and dogs; of church bells at untimely Strning cows into garden robbing clothes lines or be household linen left out eight with oil. garbage and mud; mtoy'ilng newly-made gardens and ig up young plants, these and ~ petty outrages gradually took i le form of serious mischief and crime. unkneown culprit or culprits ap became bolder through im Women left alone for an would be thrown into hyster seeing the face of a "Peep h" at their windows. Stables left unlocked would be rad harness slashed...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 July 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABkWiR . GREEN, - - EDITOR. W in Advance. 50 FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. Hon. Thos. NM. Wade, Parish Su perintendent of Education, has re quested the patrons of the St. .Jo seph High School to meet him at the school house on Tuesday even ing next at 3 o'clock. The purpose of this conference between Superin tendent and patrons is to enter into full discussion of all matters of in terest pertaining to the St. Joseph school, and Mr. Wade specially re quests that all patrons attend as he wishes to hear the opinions of all as to the needs and requirements of the local school. By resolution of the School Board, at its meeting held on the 6th inst., and published elsewhere to-day, the faculty of the St. Joseph school was reduced from six to five teachers. This change will be discussed in full, both pro and con, and all who object to this reduction of the teaching force are urged to attend the meeting. An other subject to be considered will be the recall...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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