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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

It Religion--Syria Now t Creed for the Alle the Whole Earth, Called sy American Followers WILLIAM T ELLIS. I lne-Having given the ity, the one most near accepted religion. Pales ye become headquarters of , formerly called Bab ts followers and some ureope and America. claim idversal and final religion. go found religion to bet in jigamental to my main the- - series of articles. The - the Older Nations. I re to the home of the head and its "Messiah." Ab lewhat of a shock to be I made inquiry at the large base here. that Abbas Ef U ay on a vacation for his heouse was full of people, 0I by the voices of scurry M the echoing hall, when isa making my presence -Ie bobless doorbell. There children playing in the yard. and doubtless reported the stranger's f'- ese were grandchildren: Rgendl has four daughters,. The whole family, or lllem, live in the one fashion. An English I who is not a Behalst, lives Is teach the children at a Summer Resort. ieo disciples of the Beha " ina Syria, except t...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

Redferq n U SWha i .1 i; Corset Demonstratioi The CHAMBERLAIN-PATTERSON CO. have the pleasure to announce a visit of Miss Elwood, an expert Corsetiere from the de signing rooms of the Redfern Whalebone Corsets, for a limited pe riod, beginning Monday, November Thirteenth. Miss Elwood is here to display--demonstrate if you will--by fitting the Redfern Models and explaining their fitness for this sea son's fashions. Your presence is sincerely desired whether you make a pur chase or not. We should like you to be fitted and if you do not de sire a corset now, secure your correct style, number and size, and when you are ready you will know the exact model that is best for your figure. CHAMBERLAIN & PATTERSON CO. 408 Main Stret NATCHEZ, MISS. THIS SPACE'1e W. WILL BE USED in H went BY - rema hhe SMALLERY GROCERY CO. E OF -- " in 1 NATCHEZ, MISS. ( TO ADVERTISE THEIR FANCY the FALL AND CHRISTMAS GOODS. the he It thirl her le It WHEN YOU VISIT VICKSBURG this rllenletne 'r our stcmk is l...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

..I 1 'I To Every he Womnan widy Way Bring this advertisement to our Way Notion Department not later thanI one week from today and rT.e:-ivc, absolutely free, a regular 10c card ,f Wilson Dress-kooks The~e ponnulbr new Dress-hooks are not ordinary hboks. and Seve, ' n .ap c t ILe wLil cmpletelv overcome your dress-f tsc:i. d:, e,'' . Tie fr-ce ards are not samples but the same v"luc fir "!hl vn ivo w ll rn ularly pay 10c. WVe nake is mIot unusual and liberal offer as we are confident v .ill tih:l 'I :i.n 1)rcss-ioilks the very thing you have .'hv: 1· , I-I . '1v , Lt .,ine unhtLoked or "pop'" open acs-d nt.l!',. 1 hv o,! - 1st iy witihout bulge or gap, though you cant intti ' t'i . ith p cr', t es (;Guaranteed not to not or crush in v::shih, ani rininj:. a, 1, t ta utiast anvgarment; perfectly flat and never slov. )Don't itcet this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-horw ls you have seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and stole books. Used by fashionable women ev...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

SNew News of Yesterday I I- By E. J. EDWARDS I Camp's Ungratified 'Desire Former Manager of the New York Clearing House Had Consuming Ambition to Find One Day's Exchanges Exactly Balance. One of the most famous managers in the history of the world's largest clearing house aseociation-that of New York city-was the late William A. Camp. He held that position . for nearly a quarter of a century, and in that time he carried the clearing house through two famous panics those of 1873 and 1893-and several lesser financial disturbances. No financial history of the country of the period from 1870 to 1894 would be complete without paying considerable attention to the activities of Mr. Camp as manager of the New York Clear Ing House association and the work of that institution under his manage ment. Recently I told of the Improvised institution of research which Mr Camp, as manager of the clearing house, conducted +i test the mind's ability to count without external aid. Mr. Camp was a man of ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 10 November 1911

IUR KIDNEYS WEAK? two ways to tell if you k kidneys. The first is linS in the back. The sec - atminllg the kidney secre tions. If you sus pect your kidneys, begin using Doan's Kidney Pills at once. E. R. Wilson, I Emmettsburg. Io wa. says: "I was completely laid up with kidney com plaint and inflam Imatory rheuma- t 3abs and feet were terri and so Inflamed I could S-rdads. After doctors had -p me. I began using Doan's Three boxes cured me jy that I have not had the tble since." Tear Back Is Lame. Re b Name-DOAN'S " 50c a Mores. Foster-'Milburn Co., V. Y. Chirograph. writes a very peculiar Maude. rplled Maymie. "it's just a t lines and angles. When g, you have to guess at the 'Ck same as she does " WOMAN'S LIFE by ydIs E. Pinham's Coapoud. Vt - "I was passing of Life and suffered from nervousness nt other annonu*g a truly sand that LIa E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comrn and has proved orth mountains of ldto me, as it tored my health stren th. I r forget to tell y friends what ydie EPinkha...

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

CHILDREN LAY KEEL PLATE OF BIG BATTLESHIP 4 . * 1 was lowered to its assigned position on the frame of the ship and riveted there The sturdy ttle chap who AT the Brooklyn navy yard recently there took place a ceremony unique In the annals of naval constructorn This was the riveting of a horseshoe onto tpe first keel plate of the New York, that Is to be the latest. largest and most powerfuf of the ships of the Dreadnaught class In the navy of this country. After the em blem of good luck was thus fastened In place, the keel plate, nomlnally with the assistance of the children. was lowered to Its asslgned posltlon on the frame of the shpl and riveted there. The sturdy little chaps who particlpklted in the ceremony were all the children of naval officers or attaches of the yard. The picture shows one of them taking his turn with the hammer and driving a rivet through Its appointed hole in the horseshoe and the white keel plate beneath. "BUYS" A BIG HOTEL Man Pays Out $48,680 for Chi cag...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing Company, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teasr School B and Fith lf iia Levee Ditrit. $1. Fe Asm NEW SERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1911. NUMBER 46. a.  i lim . .. . . .. . . . . .. _ . . .. . .. . . . . . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . , . . . . . .., . • ,.. .  . +   .,= Professional Cards ,---- -.- --_-.---_ % ...._------ --'% Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road Office Phone 12-3; Residence 12-2 L C. ILLT, M. D. H. S. TRICE, M D. Drs. Lilly and Trice Successrs to Drs. Lilly sad Adams SL StJoseph, - Louisiana Offac Bank Building, up stars G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St Joseph, Louisiana Wit! prac'ice in East Carroll, Madison, Teases. Concordia and the Supreme and Federal Courts. DR. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST ST. JOSEPH. - - LOUISIANA In Newall Building. Plank Road Are You Going to Build i ws carry set te idea mder the meet favorable cneditiss by mei us aboet the imkbLr rejo...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

,CURS WAS .ROSSEB COPYRICH1 110 BY TnE CNTUPRV CO yoPyrIGHr 191o Y THE SUCtL6 CO SYNOPSIS. Philip Carlev. accused of a crime tf which he il not guilty. resigns from the army in disgrace and his affection for his friend. 1. "ut Perry Hunter. urns to hatred. Cayly)- seeks solitude, where he perfects a fly!ng machine. While soiring oter the Arctic regions, he pl,''s up a curiously shaped stick he had seen In the assassin's hand Mounting again. he dis covers a yacht anchored in tie bay. De scending near the steamer, he meets a girl on an Ice floe. He learns that the girl's name Is Jeanne Fieldirng and than the yacht has come north to seek stins of her father. (aptain Fielding an ar'tl explorer. A party from the yncht is ma. king search ashore. After Ca,'I," departs Jeanne finds that he had dropped a cu riously-shaped stick. Captain P an  antl the surviving crew of his wrecked whaler are In hiding on the coast. A giant ruf man named Roscoe had murdered Fielding and his two companions, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

Why We Appea To Judge Lync N 1910 there iL were more . than 70 ap peals to ;--ýr± "J udge .ynch." A, s 7"r The rec , o ord for 1911 by n ii by no P means com- (4J plete. Ter are two months let of the twelve and the record of lynchings / b being more than sus taled Why do we appeal to ( this somber myth, known all over the Usited States as 'Judge Lynch?" What is there in the stmosphere of a mur der or an outrage that makes men's fingers loag for the feel of the rope! Why does a mob form? Coatesevlle. Pa., would like to know. The repentant iti mas of Durant. Okla, horses and followed him. Half of them wold Ilike to know. had no idea of what they were about wondering what frenzy to do. but by the time they had wondering what frenzy reached the house where the wounded Setered into the breasts man had been taken, they were itching i many of her bet to pull at a rope. In just such care lhisens but a short tie m less, trivial ways the mob spirit is loace when the mob born. esirit was loose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - LA.' ABNER E. GREEN, - - Ernlol: ,.I SUBSCRIPTION I KARL 81. FRIDAY, Ni)vI:llit,: 17. li For State Senator. I hereby annoiIwe it' - tS-,,f . t ' ,, date for the Stati S nt,, ir I't Senatorial listrict, .ti , I ,l,.. l',r isthº e of (',n) ordia alnI 1 .n-a- II i, - el1, I phlt."r- myiy .lf to ht tlO i ,l :It ! : anld repref e.nt th i. l..t iit," - ,t 1. t people to til t 1-t , of .n I,. ýt a , i! ,h~ertalnding. 1, . L, I\f Tens. l'ari-h, I hierei y anti ,1.un1 , .t-Oi,. . ,:- ,,, the h ,iiiratl, ,, itii ,ii. t h is I i t r ic t in t ." itt . - , ; , , .t - . , to the IDemntwrati, priu). E I)\\ .\1 ;I) t'. !;li, )l !.) -. For Representative. W e are aI tlth ,ri'. ,I to :tll!n.ll'l 1ii I t,. itAM'L. \V. M .\ITIEN ,- '.tinia't. f r re-election tt the lttr lio,' General Assetml,ly of thil( Stat"e ,f I.,n i- iana, fromn Tenlsa Parishl. sul,jctt to, thlt Democratic primriary. W e are antlhoriz .il t ,o as a nnu ti.l' t II( , JOHIN MI'IlH)('HI : a 'ardla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

(r I - S - - * 0t , / ý I NTH Te completion of theCopper River and j-rthwestern r a i - way a new scenic route has been opesed in Alaska. On the arrival of every steamer at Co dora a special train is made up for the trip to Miles glacier. In the past south eastern Alaska, as . sgaway. was consildered ex the tourist center; but after It. cruise around Prince Wil Resurrection bay and the up the Copper River railway b t admit that the scenery portion at Alaska entitles it to .i red as the equal, at least, of A)ul celebrated Inside Passage. /a made at Ketchikan, Juneau. llamamr, Latouche, Valdes both going north and re south. At Cordova on the trip a special train will up the Copper river for fifty without additional expense. O Willam sound, from a scenic is one of the most beautl -a nersesta in the world. The S1.LIarrtman declared it to be its most interesting and beau atof Alaska. cgw railroad probably eclipses srlran transcontinental line *giled sceaery. Starting from st Cordova bay...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

* Redfern 1 Whalebone /s Corset *Demonstraiu0te The CHAMBERLAIN-PATTERSON CO. have the pleasure to announce a visit of Miss Elwood, an expert Corsetiere from the de signing rooms of the Redfern Whalebone Corsets, for a limited pe riod, beginning Monday, November Thirteenth. Miss Elwood is here to display--demonstrate if you will--by fitting the Redfern Models and explaining their fitness for this sea son's fashions. Your presence is sincerely desired whether you make a pur chase or not. We should like you to be fitted and if you do not de sire a corset now, secure your correct style, number and size, and when you are ready you will know theexact model that is best for your figure. CHAMBERLAIN & PATTERSON CO. 408 Mai strt NATCHEZ, MISS. 5 !OmlOmOOOOOOO~l ~p HEADQUARTERS FOR , FEEALL EL ELLLWOOD ven FIELD FENCE, POULTRY, RABBIT AND LAWN FENCE. seMo Absolut()efficiency at least expense. sotsce A practical fence that will positively turn cattle, horses, hogs and 4amcn pigs. A fence ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

To Every ..r 'Wo man way Priln< this advertisement to our wasr N ,t , nu I)palm m! tntt .t latcer than wInc w.x".' k fros:m h ,,]:: n : tlt r , , m - WiIso ) Dress-kooks v ?hest pO Ptlhr ree P...... ..... ,- .,.t rr ': CS or snap, , . v . , . : , l ultiesta. T "c , . t - i. t ti ,: ,, ..c i , r Which you wri( r ' We make ti, t u ilbe': (,oer to we :ee c,:t.r it yonwill find \V,:" l . . t e set L 1.: ~ ': i.n. , .,. wamted. Th 't , t . r "p ' , :" m/, hold sec<uriY  1 ,. +t l .f -, ,0al, hold th m wish perfect e:','. (;u.,. ' rEc ,| l.e,t to rol t or t:'l·t 1 il ,. : I:; ; mdironing, anllj to, '. a :: rCt; perfert!vfat ai n:er , Don't neglect t!,:, " v to try the W lion ])re . ,- ,'s ym hav eeen so wi,!ltT :, - in the leadr'1n manzgines and sts ;e bo,k . 1:. , ;v fa : inabl, women cverywhere uand entl,,rcd ,y leading dressmakers. Cut Out this Advertisement and prs, n t a our Noton l), nar:rr !. i. r and Em.:ll • . r it..): ck and \ hO e , ', , on a c.1rd. \\.. can not glve...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

WHAT IWENT THROUGH Beforetaking Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Natick, Mass. - "I cannot express what I went through during the change f life before I tried Lydia E. Pinkham's V egetable Com pound. I was in such a nervous condition * } I could not keep , still. M limbs -ý were cold, I had creepy sensations, and I could not sleep nights. I was finally tod by two phy icians that I also had a tumor. I read one day of the wonderful cures made by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable (mmpound and decided to try it, and it has made me a well woman. My neighbOrs and friends declare it had worked a miracle for me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth its weight in gold for women during this period of life. If it will help others you may publish my letter."-Mrs. NATHnA B. GR~ATON, 61 N. Main Street, Natick, Mass. The Change of Life is the most criti. cal period of a woman's existence. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so succes...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

--U --- ----- IiI IGOF , A WOMAN ef Vanlervoort, De Se Suffered and r-s Got Relief. " t Ark.-Mrs. Dora Gar- mo place says: "I suffered !or for a year, and got Ing SIjgy d. My head and back tm Ss ad, I could not sit up. aw I kipds of medicines, and to to cure me. Then my I W to take Cardul. When the ae bottle, I was able to tin py work. I can recommend an - e the greatest woman's Ns he world. I have used it Fo VW it will do." dit awgnal is ill, the real trou- mE some derangement of loc and the headache, all etc.. are merely symp- an gomanly weakness. The an t, therefore, is Cardut, tomic. No other medi- lot "-I, has exactly the same ha Csrdt No other has the sp t ay years of successful ' 4t womanly ailments. ' netnt bad taken Cardul it might have been spared w - ad puch suffering. wm el Cardut at the right at save serious suffering at, a long sickness. Don't he to take Cardul at once. GUI IAsIeU' Adrsee t ed Ce C., Ceht" - to SIer s*t 1 Ia-trw t eagk, " mern Treat.t seat ib pala wra...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 November 1911

,1OUT Strange Cactus in Arizona Those who are familiar only with the small cacti of the ordinary garden must find It difficult to realize the great size attained by the cacti in the southwest, notably In Arizona. For that reason this photograph should be Interesting as showing a giant of the species compared with a horse. It should be remarked further that the form taken by the plant-that of a spur --4 decidely curious. This was brought about by strong winds, which gradu ally bent the caetus over until its top touched the earth, when a second root efrmed. The type Illustrated grows with remarkable rapidity. FORTbNE IN A SMALL DISC In the radium nstitutes like the one recently opened In London there Is nothing more wonderful to the vis itor than the little square or circular trays of metal containlng specks of radium in shellac varnish whose rays I hold such vast possiblities to the I future of mankind's struggle against I disease The disc illustrated con tales 70 millirammes. of rad...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

FS HE TENSAS GAZET daf.. Pmiit s Ctp, d. Oa Pr c"1, Tmesw a McWh bad aimd F. t L... ta .s . .*. *m .. NEW SERIESVOL. XVIII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1911. NUMBER 47. essional Cards . L A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. ' mician and Surgeon Office . Plank Road Phase 12-3; Residence 12-2 Il.T, . H.H. S. TRICE, M . Lilly and Trice Sosls Sm DBr. Lil'y ad Adams , Louisiana s.k IUlldia. . pstairs . H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law S sep Loui.siana utie is East Carroll Madison, Caseeia and the Supreme and -RGE N. CLARK DENTIST - LOUISIANA liud6, Plank Road 4'i ~~*You Going to Build mmy th.e ewy Me thi met faJrele maitrb. by sinM srbd the slmm I eq.fredfoilr thprp e. To eild o..ica, build w.. FOR IUC-GRADE, WEU-MIAUFACTUrED Rough and Dressed Lumber gjiles, Floorin, Ceilig, C.poswition Roofings, Sash, Doors, Bleds, Fine Interior Fiaisb, Etc. Ctei e. We moe a pedcity f Le. Lead Tdw Ph Br.idge Fle.rig. Alwy. gt w ps..se s i.ehoo.aie..r faciiiti . bdor. pIi. *. ord.r. E A. ENOCHS, The Lu...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

' Gý WROSSER VRIOý Q190 " TM/ ,etov~py CO COFYRIGMT 1410 ~JV TM[H C auCcta C.O oil S G d Yg At N __ 4 she C€umped Her Young Arme Aleut His Neck. SYNOPSIS.l whp Captey. accused f a crtlme of Eh 4i not lt. r esign from the h. a ble ateotion tsr ý Li ri Pery u Heater. turns to et e:. ty seeks soltude. whre he rfaet y a i maeMad. While soaring ti rti A roetea he picks up a csaoe eshaped stick he haseen In the _aou s hand. ountinglra sln. he dte seere a yacht achored In the bay. De dln mear the steamer. he m te a Sea an lee oe. He learns that the arr name is Jeanse FPelding and that Suaht has rome north to seek signs etr father, Captain Fielding. an arctic e A party from the yacht to ma Sesabch ashore After Cayley departs .eae elds that he had dr d a co esty-etapid stick. Captain nek and the Iurviving crew of hi) wrecked whaler bm to l dd on the inut A gint rufN ien nartted . bad murdered Fiedldn sad hi two eeepilon. after the eox., pl r ba revealed th location of an eswemres ledge of ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

JILT FORTUNE Dollar Bill Passed ArsUAd as $100 Note. ais5 Men *f Hyde Park Ow ~sgleweed Do Not Know Value O eney Who They See It .gaelve Sill Trailed. ul l--There are eight business liae Park and E.nglewood Oe dpt know a thousand dollar *w6o they *see it. igt oi them S I their posesOsioa the other a  passed it on to the next Sa $*100 bilL The last to re ,I deposited the bill to his Sc o te- Guarantee Trust and 8a Mak, us5 West Sixty third street. SeMeiag It to represent only The reesivins teller discovered ran of it , Is the story: i asl man walked briskly Into -* eslws Trust and Savings igs Last Sixty-third street Sml e N $100." he said. tobsilg a l the paying teller The teller a bill from a pile. ran it ins Sngrs and slipped it un h wicket I ass walked out He made a $ 10," be said to the mar Il th whom the sale was con the merchant took the bill. as It, and tossed it into his Chl a time the paying teller of .Trust made an invoice be ra for the sngiewood pa Detective Edward Dud f...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 November 1911

SThe Twsas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. AUNRE E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. 8gg.oRIPTIOr YRARLY W a Advawce. 1. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911. Fw State Snator. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the State Senate from the 29th lenatorlal District, composdl of the Par isbas of Concordia and Tennsas. If elect ed, I pledge myself to faithfnli guard and represent the best interest of the o , the best of my ability and un ;. II. CLINTON. To My Fellow-Citizens of Concordia and Tenses Parishes : I hereby announce my aspirations to the honorable position of representing this District in the state Senate, subject to the Democratic primary. EDWARDI C. RlI(DELS. Fw RIpres tative. We are authorized to announce HON. RAM'L. W. MARTIEN as candidate for re-election to the Lower House of the General Assembly of the State of Louis iana, from Tenses Parish, subject to the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce HON. JOHN MURDOCH as a candidate for the Lower House of the (General Assem bly of...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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