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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

* THE TENSAS GAZETTE .~  ette Publishi Company, Ltd. Official Paper d the Parih Temas Schel ard and Fm L. Lmv Dibi $1.50 Pr Annm. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27,1911. NUMBER 43. Professional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock $T. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Sargeon Office on Plank Road OfRc Phone 12-3; Residence 12-2 LJ , M. D. Hl. S. TRICE, M D. Drs. Lilly and Trice i sesrsm to Drs. Lilly and Adams oseiph - Louisiana Onc Beak Baildig, ap stairs S't. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana I practice in East Carroll. Madison, Teaesa, Concordia and the Supreme and edralI Courts. ~ DR. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST ST. JOSEPH, - LOUISIANA I Newal Building, Plank Read SAre You Going to Build I3 a ad. tha As amdr the maot faraMbe .ditiae. by mig a shed the lImr raqired for the purpose. Ta abid caaamicaly, ,il we . FOR HLlC-GRADE, VWF.-MANUFACTURED Rough and Dressed Lumber Sigles, Flooing, Ceiling, Composition Roofings, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Fine Interior Finish, Etc. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

I I Tottered Forward and Collapsed In a Heap. NIC M9IO !Y T.eCEWNTJV CO coOr r", *o DY THme succc co 8YNOPSIS. Philip Cayley, accused of a crime of Which he is not guilty, resigns from the Ml In disgrace and his affection for frlead. Ueut. Perry Hunter. turns to red. Cayley seeks solitude, where he mrfee ta flying machine. While soaring Ser the Arctic regions, he picks up a suously shaped stick he had seen in the &eaeslan's hand. Mounting again, he dis s·ers a yacht anchored in the bay. De scending near the steamrner, he meets a gIt o5 an too floe. He learns that the rl's name is lea ine Fielding and that the yacht has come north to seek signs t her father. Captain Fielding, an arctic explorer. A party from the yacht is ma king search ashore. After Cayley departs Jeanw, finds that he had c'ropped a cu rlously-shaped stick. Captean Planck and the surviving trew of his wrecked whaler are In hiding on the coast. A giant ruf man named Roscoe. had murdered Fielding and his two co...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

ers' Educational wd Co-Operative Urion of America jitters rEspecial Moment to Os progreve Agriculturist A e(' cation is rather to be the n great Inheritance. " e is a man who prefers MDaissor ,3le rather than right. Id ast~ h paregoric for sale, he g . god to Ik about green apples.  sisot tion does not always -oftrendship; for example consid "the t Is About as bad as the man who harps -, ~ea string is he who graphophones Se mm record. --gLter at the family table beats ,'g the dyspepslia tablets in the world * a penmoter of digestion. " ucl of the courage of today is *p the telephone, which enables g to be bold at long range. t' a great accomplishment to be Sto staing, but don't lose sight <c the 0t that it's just as great a one to la yOu can't. h e we make mountains out of gIshildl it is dimcult to persuade I people to adopt our view of the cal effect.  s 1ely two miles to town when a goes to renew a note, but It's leos than ten when the boys far the circus. '-s people who are...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

Th Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrron. -i S UBSC(ItiiTION t ARBLY V j4) s aN Asiru,,re. .$1 - FRIDAY, UCT)IBER 27, 1911. lION. S. W. MARTIEN. We publish elsewhere the an Iouncemenent of the candidacy of the Hon. S. \V. Martien to succeed himn self as mlmbetn r of the House from this parish. Mr. Martien needs no ilntroucti, 'i, to the people of Tensas nor, indeeld, to the people of IA)uis i 'na. -uceeliing the lamented lion. R,,lt. I. Snyder, Mir. Martien has served ,ne whole term and part of another in the House and by con spicuous ability, large grasp of State affairs and close attenti(l to public business has taken a place in the House of Representatives which can not be filled by any other man and we. doubt not that a grateful con stitueny(' will return him by a prac tically unaninious vote to the posi tion which he honors. HON. JOHN MURDO(H. The (gazette takes pleasure in an nouncing in its columns this week the candidney of the distiguished gentlem...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

To Every Woman w'ay Bring this advertisement to our wr Notion Department not later thap one week from today and receive, absolutely free, a regular 10c card of WiIsoinDress-kooks Theie popula: new Dres-lhoks are not ordinary hooks and " r s, ,; ,Wil ciII o picetly overtcome your dress-fastening d cult ie. 'T free cards are not samples but the sane vaiue for wi yu s, 1i re ularly pay 1Uc. W'e make this most unusual and liberal ofier as we are confident you "ill find Wilson Dress-hooks the very thing you have always sranted. liThey c1. t core unhooked or "pop" open accidetally. They hldU sclurtly without hul e or gap, though you can unhook them with pti ect't ca . G(uaranteed not to ru-t or crush in washing asJ ioninp , a: ,t t ,:t last any garment; perfect!v flat and never show. Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooks y ou have seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and stylp books. Used by fashionable women everywbem and endorsed by leading dress...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

MUST BE GOOD GOOK Medical and Legal Experts Give Advice to Girls. To Win and Hold Husband He Must Be Fed Clean Wholesome Cooking and Served In Tasty Manner School Course Good. Chicago--"A successful wife treats her husband with the same considera tion that she gives her pet dog." This was the statement made the other day by Dr. E M. Brown, who says that the way to win and hold a man is to feed him well; with clean wholesome food and an atmosphere of contentment and comfort Doctor Brown also stated that poor cooking affected love, and that to be a success ful wife, is to be an accomplished cook. "Many cases that come up for trial in the court of domestic relations," said Judge Charles N. Goodnow. "can be traced back to the fact that toe home cooking has been worse than poor restaurant fare, and, although it does not often come out in the direct testimony that the wife can't cook, the husband will admit that the wife is a poor housekeeper The mothers of to day are to blame for this st...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

D OCTORS know' that Oxidine is a most dependable sys tem-cleansing tonic. Most useful in stirring up lazy livers, sluggish bowels and kidneys, weak stomachs. Its ef fects are quick, safe, sure and permanent. OXIDINE -a bottle proves. T speci6c for Malaria, Chills sad Fever and all diseases due to disorders of liver. stomach, bowels and kidneys. IOc. At Your Druggists as asa1gi DnarO co., Waco, Texas. Tem1APr6 TIME Is SOON MERE jiioGrPoTro WE FURNISH FaREE Co(ecT SoTlONS ON RAW FURS Ap LCsADc TAss A LISTRE NO COMMISSION CHARGED 4 WE ARE DIRECT BUYERS klOeSlhTRARELY LOSES A SHIPPW L"TZ BROS.113115 ELM ST. ST LOUIS HIGHLY AMUSED. HiUrn Greene-What did yoar sis 4sr say when you told her I was going to make a speech in the town hall Might? Willie--She didn't say nothin'; she Jst laughed until she had hysterics. Learned From Nature. An enthusiastic friend was dilating to the woman landscape gardener on St obvious advantages she must de The from actually superintending the Workmen who ex...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 27 October 1911

OLD JOB IS FINISHEU St. Louis Savant Works Half Century on Aristotle's Book. Dr. Denton J. Snider, Leading Writer on Philor.ophical and Psycho. logical Subjects, Finally Completes Long Task. St. Louis, Mo.-Dr Denton J. Sno der, St. Louis savant, who bas been pronounced by eminent American and European critics the leading writ er on philosophical and psychological subjects, has just completed the final work in his system of universal psy chology The new book is entitled "The RBo cosmos," and is an exposition of the life of nature psychologically treated Specifically it treats of the science of biology in its widest sense In Dr Snider's system this is the third part of nature. as the whole is conceived . Sclentists and the world of letters have been following the progress of Dr Snider's labors during many years. and his announcement that the entire work is completed is one of the important literary items of the season In this tremendous work the dream of the Greek philosopher Aristotl...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

THE TENSAS GAZE TT ' PPIai. CmpHty, Ltd Official Par te Parish T.as Sdcml Berd ad Fth L"elma l Dhrid. $15 Pr Ait. NEW SERIES VOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1911. . NUMBER 44. Professional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road dlbe Phone 12-3; Residence 12-2 i .LUT, M. D. I S. TICLE M D. Drs. Lilly and Trice bggras Dra. Llly ad Adams t. J'Phl - Louisiana Offm Snk Da•die, upstairs G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Laws St o*seph, Louisiana W~ Ipractice in East Carroll, Madison, Tmas. Concordia and the Supreme and hedel Ceurts. DR. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST ST. JOSEPH, LOUISIANA I. Newsr Buildinu Plank Read Are You Going to Build r .I mp ..t the ide. md. the Mt fewraakb lim dii ei. s abot sthd Imr iqr d w the purpw . To bild memicaly, ild wr. Oln ;ICH-CGRADE, WE.-AIUFACTURED Rough and Dressed Lumber Shigles, Flooring, Ceiling, Composition Roofings, Sash Doers, Blinds, Fine Interior Finish, Etc. CdA - as. We .m.e specialty o Lang uld ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

SC 19o bY Tf CENTURn C CO COpYRudNT M O Y THe SUCCESS CO \I/ fil I.lr 'VI I ý 1111,11 I s-v ..gto HMh¶ ý MiMasm tera, s to n Huntýoe. turu th a rm aemnldlre neetsu . a M larns bthat the S eCailding a aret. .tA te aetht It ma that be bad u dear tsM ned £leu 0 .t m S S oee ba mh e teebt o an a u 1i! mema cst. A dwiat p of-ty for bd-stte. . used to shoot Tom n andea rmturned r th d tr iabtr. sbdei the dt of tha threorn r-er, need to heet e a accused on the crie but Jeanne him taarsea. A reSer party goes the searohers. Tom profeses his for Jeeane. She rowe ashere and ete a abandoned but. and there finds e ht'rs diary. whikh diloese the en nmphiero Iaroeeo. The rut ren to the hut end ose Jeane. SIi Intent on murder, when the Id ipSm .wo down and the ruffin lean seeusnes orCay her a athes d rl y to teed. The yacht andppean an t ce gee' plans to cpturei erar rev udSh Oaee hop i ln Cayleg.. Them 8mmýto Jeoner tuatr tntle beoo-mea p Spolar bua. Nent he nis t the idlacg pee of the stores CH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

AcIENCE 15 MAKING MEN HARDK E OKILL. EY LIV* DESPITh BROKtEN CKS, pr.RCED HEARTS AND PARTIALLY DESTROYED BRAINS. OOLING death! That is just what it amounts to. It is happening every day. In homes '/" and hospitals, ID tents and sanitari ums. A while ago a young St. Louisan became embroiled in an argument / g another younth. There was a young Lawles was stabbed It b art. He was placed in an auto w-- and brought several miles to a L This took minutes and many ones. When the patient was placed on the operating table Swas stiUll conscious. So startling O the nature of the wound that the aiternee paled when they saw of the type that used to be hop@ aseat of the injury. Twelve less. Four of the vertebrae were required to close the were smashed. It was worse through the heart muscies. The than a broken back, for not one, Slved. He was living when the but four of the chain of bonee authorities heard from him were crushed. tod that was but a short time It was considered amastg His chance of ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

The Teasas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, -- - LA. ABNEIR E. GREEN, - - EDITOn. SUSclRIPTIINo V AIIY 1i l. AIvane. I), 1 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 111. For state senator. I hereby announce |ily-a'lf a: .t can! di date for the State Senate fr-an thell '"th Senatorial Dintrict, (colltlpo"ll ."f the I ar ishes of Concordia alld Tt'nI-ila. If ('let ed, I pledlge myself to faitl fll lIglar and represent the )('vt inte.rI't of the people to the bst of my ability and un dertanding. G. i , ('INT((N. Tc My Fellow-('itizens ,f (0nc',,rdia and Tens-as l'ari-hi: I hereby annnnde,' my al pirion to tle honorable p)-stiG n -t r, lor--" nutill this District in the stat-e 'meatle, rubijet to the DeL'ocrathi prilmary. EI)\VAl: C . l;ll [T <. For Representative. We are authorizedl to annoTunlc IItON. RAM'L. W. M.1AR1IEN as candidate for re-election to the Lo'wer lne-' of the General Assed'lllly I thlu State e, f Lulif - iana, from TeIlsas IarI h. stI!,j,~c-t to the l)Democratic primary. We are authortizedl to...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

I ,4 Vqs To Every W. Womnan S Way Brling this advertisement to our war Notion Department not later than one week from today and receive, absolutely free, a regular 10c card of Wiison Dress-kooks These popular new Dress-hooks are not ord;nary hooks and eyes ."r snaps they w;rl (ompletely overcome your dress-fastening (iricuities. The free cards are not samples but the same value for Hil; ir; would regularly pay 10c. We make this most unusual and liberal offer as we are confident yon will find Wilson Dress-hooks the very thing you have always scanted. 'They can't come unhooked or "pop" open accidentally. They hold securely without bulge or gap, though you can unhook thelm witl perfect ease. Guaranteed not to rust or crush in washing and ironing, and to out ast any garment; perfectly flat and never show. Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooks you have seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and style books. Used by fashionable women everywhere and endor...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

MEETZE LADY MEETS SUCCESS In Curing Herself of Serious Fe male Ailments, by the Use of Cardui. Meetze, Va.-Mrs. J. C. Green, in a letter from this city, says: "I suf fered with womanly troubles, so that I could hardly sit up. Two of the best doctors in our town treated me, and I tried different medicines, until I gave up all hope of ever getting well. One day, I decided to try some Car dul. It did me so much good that I ordered some more, and it cured me! Today, I feel as well as I ever did in my life. The pains and the trouble are all -gone. 1V ee -1ik another person, in every way. 1 wish every sufferer could know what Cardui will do, for sick women." Thousands of ladies have written, like Mrs. Green, telling of their really remarkable recovery, from various forms of weakness and distress. Car dui brought relief, after other rem edies had failed to help. Isn't it likely that you will be helped by Cardui, this remedy that has been in constant successful use for more than half a cent...

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

ENDIO CANADIAN CROPS Oats and Barley Uni Good Throughout a-nitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. ' . eports that come to hand from wheat felds of the western Cana I o F'lnlces show remarkably good is all parts. Yields are record o wheat going 35 and 40 bushels a y places, ai.d oats from 60 to $I bushels per acre. Barley and flax Isplendid. The thousands of Amer throueghout the V'nhted States $ have friends in Manitoba, Sas iaichwin or Alberta will be pleased Sjrs of the great success that a tfollowed their efforts. Many of OW have not confined themselves to S gowing of grain, but have also - lanto the cattle industry. On the y rious grasses that are so abun there, in almost all districts, ase this industry safe and profitable. ~s lad sales reported by the rail c Companies and by the different companies show the great in  that will likely take place the next year in farming oper What has been said time and again may now be well repeated, there is no place on the Ameri eatinent where t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 3 November 1911

SIRL IS HELD FOR INCITING A MOB Nebraska Young Woman Charg ed With a Cruel and Most Unusual Crime. PLOTTED A LYNCHNG Four Ranchmen Hanged Her Sweet heart, and It Is Said the Girl, Be Ileving She Would Get $7,000 Insur ance, Planned It. Valentine, Neb.-Eunice Murphy, of this place, the girl accused of having incited a mob to hang her fiance in order that she might inherit his life insurance, uas been held for the dis trict court. The presidins fudge do clared that Miss Murphy is Just as gullty as the men who took her sweet heart to a tree and hanged him. Silent to all but her attorneys, de spondent, but dry-eyed, Miss Eunice Murphy is composedly waiting in her jail cell the day when she shall be called to trial as accessory to the atrocious murder of Charles Sellers, her suitor. To all appearances an unsopiisticat ed country girl. the young woman is intelligent enough to keep quiet about her affairs. She is charged with Incit ing her fiance, George Weed, his brother Alma, her cousin ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE a uette Publidsing Company, Ltd. Offial Paper of the Parish of Teera School Bard and Fifth Lw ia L Diesee $1i Pr AL a. NEW SERRILES VO. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1911. NUMBER 45. -1 1· _ __I1 1111 (I Professional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. P/hysician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road Offic Phone 12-3; Residence 12-2 G. LUIT, I. D. H. S. TRICE, M B. Drs. Lilly and Trice Saess eto Drs. Lilly nd Adams IL h Louisiana offace Bek uildi3.1, uP str G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St Jeseph, Louisiana W; practice in East Carroll, Madison, leses, Concordia and the Supreme and Ixdurl Court Di. GEORGE N. CLARK S, DENTIST (f. .JONerI i - LOUISIANA tr Ne3we Building, Planak Road . , L_ -~ --,--- - ___ Are You Going to Build I a mnyr et the idea mod the Is fa-rebke eedities by suit ahue the Im r n ired for the perpeeh To bild memically, hild wvO FOR HIGH-GRADE, WEL-MANUFACTURE.D Rough and Dressed Lumber Siagles, Flooring, Ceiling, Corposition Roof...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

TIR S W. RO9SER COPYRICH 1910 BY THE CENTURY CO COPYRPIGNY IQ0o9 YTHE SUCCgE CO is SYNOPSIS. Philip Cavley. ac used of a crime iof W thh hi ticis rit gullty, risirite frim the army In diifs.tre and his aff.R tion fr his friend, I.1l Ut. ' Perry Hunt er. tu no to hatndl Ca) IPy ser.ks solltud ". whlr.' hr perfects a lying hni.c e While I soaring ove.r the A rt" ri.i ns. lieh p: 'ks uip , curiously shaped :-lt"x ie hid seen in the assaa sin'a hind. Mounting again, te- d -i covers a ya-hIt anchlored in tlhe bay. Ie icending ne.ir t;e steamer. II- lnrsets a girl ,o an i.e It1s'. Hti learns th that the girl's name is Jeanne- Fielding and that the yacht has c 'ian north to, seek signs of her father. ('apt iin Fieldingi. an rctic explorer A party frum the yacht is ma king s-arc.h ashre. After CRnyl'y I.J parts Jeanne f-inls that he had droppedl a cu riously-sh.tipe.d sti k. C(.tptain Pi-hant- ta 1 the survlving crw tof his wrecked whalei are in hiding on the coast. A g.ant raf Jan natme...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

f S' Educatio Annal nd Co-Operative Union of America (B T the thal ans mu( ugitErs P"I Momeat to of son do Rptwi A&Uriclr 'bar ar little veto has a meaning of its n the bag is worth ten in trai oven tme can change a coun- roe p plowshare knocks the bottom Epe e of the oat bin hi To hlp somebody is the finest tha a the world. feet a baUg won't carry one to the agt of ccaes his 2I succsaful uas is the one who his his mistakes. p may be a firm anchor, but it tas a mighty poor dinner.  $bciency is the key- wra t* agricultural succes rai ,LO on the kitchen boor ~ an, a hard hour's work. eltcl so.operation among farm .l between neighboring rural rec isb eeded. That the middleman chE (he speculator get the benefit of pin ilUh cost t of living instead of the ru ibe i o surer way to friendship An Sthe bomest and sincere apprecia- fre 4 theL goad qualities and merits col FSnl liberty is a grand thing mo SIsbld be the privilege of every en , al be begins to tread on his or w:" toe. ab4 a ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, -- - LA. ' ABNKR E. GREEN, - - EDITOR.o SUESCIIPTrIIN YKAR It $ . (0 S E,. Avu,,r..... 9r''.) In Advance. it FRIDAY, NOVEMBER If . 1I11. ,f ri For State Senator. : I herenby annonic e.t riity.lf a- a ta'tli- tl date for thIt Stati' e"ialt' frl the Ltil iS'iatorial Dii,trict, cit '-td .t the I'r ishe' 'f ('oniordia all it-a-. Io ,i,.ot t i't , I pledge , yllg l f ti t fait tiu ll ., ttlI io and repret llent thl t ie -t liiter-t i I t lhe pJieple t thiiiie 't if ii 1d-iliit l i derstanding. I; . ('IINTI' N. tl T FMy Forllw-('itiz- f (,prlnt aative. i Tenwa. I'ari-het: ri I hereby aintliiiric ll ti nat ir ttoi-i n t i , the hfon Trable, l iiati, ltif jIf r e,- ittit: thin Distriet in the .tate yi n tt,, -ttli'"'t ai to the Dnir pratia pri.ar'. ,:lXX'.Xltl <+ . Illllu l)l -. ,at. For Representative. W e are anlthtrizetl tit ani ,,lli e I'(' l I . SA1 'L. W. 11.\iTIIEN as calid ate i,,r re-election to the l I 'ar I l to t if t.he Gey nerf l A.Stt....

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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