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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 February 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. F VEC- ET .. . THE TENSAS _AZ ... utt@ PuI em"lpc , Ltd. OWf d , ? e.. a. tie Pbrish. Yr"s . a$d ..d FM& o.n.. .awW. 3J wd Ae.s NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23.191 NUMBER 8. essional Cards A. Murdock . JOSEPH, LA. k ?Aysician and Surgeon Ofrim on Pl.ak Road Phose 12.3; Reidme. 12.2 T, D. L . & TRl, I D. Lilly and Trice st.Dr..lly a .dAdm k 3m Louisiana r . R i.s.> ., r+>r. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law S ph, Louiuian iase. ia East Carroll, Madi.es, Camrrdaia ad tb Supr-e sad cars. GEORGE N. CLARK SDENTIST - UISIANA Dllisug. Plk R.ad e You Going to Build ro a t`. y.. r =. e ..ni fer.K.w.de. by mob"r &s she b h e sugaind f1. the plpb. . T. bU.M bJ mmi ehimwe . Pot PluII-CIAD, WILL,.lAUFACTUIED h and Dressed Lumber Fhering, Ceip, Coemp.iti Reefiags, Sash, Doers, BlinIs, Fi Ierior Fiish, Etc. -~ -. e ah b a .. A A.. ENOCHS, The Lumberman NATCHEZ, MISS. A. WIe LER CL .IoITL Wheeler & Moritz Bayonne St. . New Orle...

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 February 1912

MANY HOG HOUSES DEFICIENT IN SUNSHINE AND VENTILATION Rio Building on Farm Pays for Itself so Quickly and Is Responsible to Great Extent for Small or Large Litters - Ingenious Method of Outside Pens Shown in Illustration. - " C A WellBuilt and Well Arranged Hog House, Showing Arrangement of Ou s side Pens. c (By J. A. WARREN. Fortnerly Assistant Agriculturist. United Btates Depart ment of Agriculture.) On the average, the hog house is the poorest building on the farm and the least adapted to the purpose for which it was intended. Good barns may be seen on a large proportion of the farms, but are generally hard to find. It is economy to put up first the buildingstthat will help most to make money. A large portion of the farm ers recognize this and build a good barn before putting up a good house, saying "the barn will help build the house but the house will never help building the barn." This principle seems to be lost sight of when it comes to the hog house, yet no other building on...

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 February 1912

It AI llU 96 ,IM4wmnDUATM S /r/IhS4dEjrIIe " BYNOPb45. story opens with a seretrn from )Marchb n the opera box of Mrs. r, a wealthy widow. It Is oc when Mrs. Missioner's necklace r scattering the diamonds all over t gor. Curt l Griswold and Brutxton . s society rnen in love with Mrs. Mis gather up the gems. Griswold go what is supposed to be the celo SMahararee arnd crushes it. A Hin S lalres it was not the genuine An later pronounres all the stones tee for the original. One of the a diamonds is found in the room Holco'mb. confidential compan ( Mrs. Missloner. She is arrested, tanding Mrs. Missioner's belief innocence. Meantime, in an up lension, two Hindoos. who are In to recover the Maharanee, dis ab. arrest. Detectives Britz takes case. He asks the co-operation of h. Elinrlr's fiance, in running the real criminal. Brits learns that of Mrs. Missioner's diamonds made in Paris on the order of Holcomb. While walking Brits is bound and tagqed by Hlndoos. He aed in a deserted house. bu...

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 February 1912

'ST. JOSEPH.- - - LA. A I3 I. GREEN, " - aon. vnso a ys... IeI. S I-n 5me.j$15) PRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912. ' SUNDAY-DAY OF REST-ES SEWfAL. In discuming the matter of wheth er there should be an observance of the Sabbath, people generally fall back upon the Mosaic account of the Bible, in which it is stated that God rested on the seventh day after all his labore had been completed, and henceforth that day wa; to be set aside and observed as a day of rest and relaation from the nerve wearing toil and the physical wear and tear incident to human exist ence, says the Texarkana Press. However, it must be understood, in this connection, that the Almighty Architect of the Universe did not rest simply because He was tired, as might be inferred from some of the arguments that are occasionally beard, but because the work He bad designed to accooomplish had been fnished and the end of days, or rather the fullness of days, had ar rived. Like the Press, we prefer to so cept this latter interpret...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 February 1912

SGet Ready for Spring! YOU CAN BUY HERE sl Crs and Pads Wrenches Wisnes Files STmces Cross-Cut Saws T, k& Double Trees Axes Heards Hatchets Spades mlck Bands Shovels Carry Combs Rakes H Moes Hay Forks Plow Line Carriage Bolts plow Points Fencing plow Bolts Well Pipe .as Engine Batteries Well Points Links Pumps A a stock of shM Hardware for the buler, the farmer, ths I.mkeeper. We ears our prices to be aw ows the r P- _ a w W sgive yo LOW PRICES, PULL WE,' U S I EtEATMENT aid solcit gemeres share of your pe are ready to suppo with FRESH GARDEN SEED, SEED SrATOES ayi ONION BAKER & SON. CAR LOAD OF MULES I have Just received a car of MISSOURI MULES, which were purchased direct from the farmers at low prices, aud will sell them at correspondIngly low prices. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US. GUYTON & HZRRINGTON, 207 MAIN STRiiE NATCHEZ, MISS. m • -  . . . . . .. .. .. -.  - - *. . m  3CLAIMS AAIST TrB - M ao is.s aasea, sre. b. C. B. . P H , tfo many N-wdnt sad practring pbhy ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 February 1912

LIVE SIOCK STORM DOOR FOR HOG HOUSE, Animals Will Boon Learn Way to Get Out or In-Slatted Affair Used In Summer. Here is a storm door for a hog house that has given me fine results, says a wrlter in the Missourt Valley Farmer. Mate your door fit the open ing and staple loosely an old end gate rod under the top cross piece. Then put up a bracket on each side for the ends of the rod. For summer. I I iI A Double Action Hog Door. a slatted door may be made on 'he s same plan. To teach the hogs how to operate the door, prop it up and I drive them in. then let drop in place. They will soon find their way out and a few more trials will teach them to open it coming or going. JUDGE SHEEP FOR ITS WOOL I Portion Just Over Animal's Heart Bears Finest Fleece, While Coarsest Is Over Thigh. To judge sheep for wool produo- a tion one should remember that the I1 loug wool breeds show coarser fiber r than those of the short wools, says t an Oregon bullettn. This coarseness f should not be allowed to ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 February 1912

C PRING FAG, V, Stretchy, Drowsy, .pid, tired, head-achy ..not sick, but don't ge ood." Just a few signs that need that most ef civ tonic, liver-stirr S Spring Remedy- . OXIDINE -a bottle proves. Speie for Malari a.Cill arnd and a rtelable remedy for S.gee At Your Drurgs Nas sanass II.Vo Oo., Waco, Teai. ru. to the Acre but thath wh-a Jobs Emanly oi ies gbwedothsur "oal di bu.s r of wbaes JY.o blo.M wers num asbalsof of  to ! acre wstelbrsd fItr. The SIIIer Cup ialewFSrtma a Nabamresa 1Wee Bonds. -Nsh a~s, o e. " tl t ao aso i mo OO Il trtr.ioc ea st p oet is moa ,ta--How so? 'tissna Bonds-Hoe flrted a pAblaywr wen eve rod el n lmld tinto involuntars culna V est Pocket Tolephowee. re introducng vea. poNket itn some ol the ctiee of t Connections are plaehd on I over town. and if you happen M es tof the street and you're bJ to toll your wfe that you , a£ fr end home for dinner bie to do is to conne' t " our .atunient with the one' o thel the exchamse, get your g alk in to your hea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 23 February 1912

INSURES ECONOMY OF FUEL By Martha MoCulloch Williams. Paper bag cooking economizes 1 fuel-the fact is demonstrable. be yond a doubt. Particularly If the fuel is gas. The figures to follow are gives for gas, but are easy of trans lation into coal heat or even oil. The oven of a gas range turned on full, burns twenty feet of gas an I hour foe each flame-bar. Commonly there are two bars-thus the hourly consumption at full head is forty feet. I The giant burner on top likewise, at full head, consumes twenty feet an hour, the small burners, each ten feetL Thus a stove In full commis sion for pot and pan cooking consumes ninety feet an hbor. Now, for paper bag cooking the oven must be lighted ani turned on full for eight minutes before any thing goes into t; it must also burn full strength forseven minutes longer. Thus, it consumes ten feet of gas at the outset. Turning out one burner to reduce the heat one-half at the end of the seven minute period reduces consumption to fifteen feet for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

jq CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY F!IVE C NTS THE TENSAS AZETTE Gazette Psblisbi Cmpany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish d Teams Schel Board and II1 lmiaima eimft Disi 0 Pr AL. NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912. NUMBER 9. frofessional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Rod 1.* Pe.* 12.3; Residence 12-2 4 LLTU . D. H . TRIIC, M D. -Dnr. Lilly and Trice -mmes t aDrs. Lill, .i Admr I .+ $gair. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Laor S o4sph, Leaseaaa resce I East Carrell, Madlen, C40eerdia end the Supreme and cars. GEORGE N. CLARK DENTIST - LOUISIANA bwd 3 idi. Pleak qand -ke You Going to Build ubfr luppse. To bIM mmkety, tmwd "W ~eG Kma, w a Am sI w sACt us Reugh and Dressed Lumber , er i u , Calme&, Copsdet.o i Rtee ius, Sa,, D rs, Fie Interior Finish, Etc. Se Wa ' f It .. .s- he dwRor ipsm Aware s r. F. A. ENOCHS, The Lumberman NATCHEZ, MISS. SA.S. WHrtER CL c MARYr Wheeler & Moritz SS3 Baronae St. . . New Orleans, L. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

-EVA ' M.1/ L A-UNAILW PAm~AL&AA U J v $ B REAKING every great engineer tug record of the worlds hbl tory and surpassing its owt most sanguine expectations the canal digging army li Panama, which has marched fron one victory to another under the lead ership of Col. George W Goethals. It now preparing for the final assault or the heights of proud Culebra moun tain. Against what odds this canal arm. bas fought, few, even of its admirers fully appreciate. When the plans fot its construction were prepared it wan estimated that nine years wou'd b required to reovpe the 103.000 f00 cubic yards of material It was then proposed to excavate. Since that time one difficulty and another has arisen and has focoed up. notch by notch. the total amount of material to be remov ed. until today it is estimated that the entire task will represent the ex cavation of 195,000.000 cubic yards Slides in Culebra cut have been re sponsible for a poet of this increase, while the widenlta of that part oft t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

l ITŽTrF g tr MOW Býý &50 -~~musoroaIpcm SYNOPSIS. obopens with a seeream from orh In the opera box of Mrs a wealthy widow. It is oc when Mrs. M1s5oner's necklace seitte·rng the diamondl all over utr. Curt e Oriswold and Bruxton society men In love with Mrs. Mse er up the `ems. Grlswold Swhat Is supposed to be the cele Maharanee and crushes It. A Hin slsree It was not the genuine. An later pronounces all the stonee as for the original. One of the diamonds is found in the room Holcomb. confidential compan MYrs. Missloner. She is arrested, tsading Mrs. MLesloner'a belief iaonnceneo. Meantime. in an up Sto recover the Maharane. die S atrest Detectives Brits takes a. He asks the co-operation of h, Evlnor' ta nce. in running boe r~L criminal. Brits learns that of Mrs. Mloseoner's diamonds tid a tn Paris on the order of eholemmb. While walking Brits is bedand ag brb w Hindoos. w.o re ind In a desered housen. ,ut to escape. He is convinced that are matertlly Interested In . Pretendlng...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

The Tensas Gazette. , lt ST. JOSEPH, -- - I .A. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDIrroR. vaoCII-'TI'""i'" " $1.50 FRII)AY, MARCHI 1, 1912. n ANOTHER FIRE BELL NEEDED. The fire of last Wednesday night, which came so near being fatal to such a large sect on of town, prompts us to rev:ve the slject, discussed in these columns so often before, of o the crying noel of a fire bell for the a Court House square. When the alarm of fire is sounded in the still hours of night, it is practically im possible to immediately determine the location of same unless the fire is sufficiently advanced to light up the horizon, :,d in the aleence of information as to its whereabouts one's natural impulse is to run to the fire bell, thus losing much valu able time and energy if by chance the conflagration should be in the lower part of town. The time and strength thus lost might if prope rly directed mean the extinction of the flames, and the saving of valuable property from destruction, for in times of such peril min...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

Get Ready for Spring! YOU CAN BUY HERE Collars and Pads Wrenches Hames Files Traces Cross-Cut Saws Single & Double Trees Axes Bulk Heads Hatchets Bridles Spades Back Bands Shovels Curry Combs Rakes Hoes Hay Forks Plow Line Carriage Bolts Plow Points Fencing Plow Bolts Well Pipe Oas Engine Batteries Well Points Lap Links Pumps A ful stock Od Shelf Hardware for the builder, the farmer, the beu-keeper. We guarautee our prices to be as low asthe quaty of the good permits. We give you LOW PRICES, FULL WEIGOT, COURTEOUS TREATMENT and solcit a generous share of your pat e are ready to supply yo with FRESH GARDEN SEED, SEED POTATOES sad ONION SETS. BAKER & SON. ts gm d Mrm. At the beginning of last month the faculty of the St. Joseph High Sebool offered a banner to the pa above the fifth, making the highest average for the month. This banner is to be held by the winners antil the end of next month, and then awarded to the grade making the highest average for that month. Accordingly,...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

INCREASE FOAL CROPAND IMPROVE BREEDING CONDITION Horse Raisins Industry Can be Made One of Most Lucrative of Any Carried on in Connection With Asriculyara1 Work- Record Kept of Many Importe Stallions Gives Flcts. Prise-Winning English Clydesdale. The gratest leak in Amertcan ag flulture Is that of barren mares. That the horse breeding Industry can stand such a waste oP energy, money and lime is positive proof that the In dustry can be made one of th, most lucrative of say carried on in connec tion with the work of the farm. The lose in my state, Nebraska, resulting fro u mares that do not reproduce themselves, exceeds $P6,000,000 every year. In all of the United States, the los from this source will exceed P60-, 000.000. In the United States slightly less than 40 foals are produced from every 100 mare bred. A small frao toao les than 13 foals are produced by every stallion owned in this coun try and It requires nearly four ser viees of a stallion for every live foal added to the hor...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

JUST IN TIME I k Pierce Relates An Experi. wce of Interest to all Girls and WomeLe lerea Neob.-Mrs. Dollie Schilow of this place, says "Cardul did mgo much good! I had dreadful IOkce and diszziness, and suffered fm pains in my eyes and In the agi d my head, as well as low down i my body. gsmetmes, it seemed like I would * with the pain. I was compelled * ae the doctor, but hbe did not help a At last, I began to take Cardul, and igs bottles gave me great relief. besilth is getting better every day. Seas recommend Cardul to suffer e women, for it helped me wonder gy. 1 is a wonderful medicine" 00ss women, who suffer as Airs. glowsky did should learn from her OM to do. to be relieved. Take Car r women's pains, for female troub ar nervousness, for weakness, p the best remedy you can use, the r, sllable you can obtain. S eover 50 years, Cardul has been lj weak and miserable women 1 to health and happiness. These :I years of success prove its - Jg strictly vegetable, perfectly .MglJs, Ca...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 1 March 1912

IIM W I. COOKING THE LORDLY TURKEY. By Martha McCullooh Williams. The lord of the winter party or Wedding anniversary feast is, of course, the turkey-and know ye, good housewives, one avid all, that be can be cooked to a deUlicious turn by M. Soyer'a method of paper bag cook eryl In fact, the entire dinner can be prepared and cooked to perfection tn paper bags, and after it has been eaten to the last turkey bone and last slice of pumpkin pie, the good housewife will not be confronted by a great pile of pots and pans to be cleaned-a task that has taken th e e off the happiness of many a housewife who has served one of her Md-time famous meals for her guests. et her children back home to help the olt folks celebrate their anniversary. Menu iape Fruit aux Rbum, or with Raw Oysters halted Nuts Toasted Cheese Crackers Roast Turkey Sweet Potatoes in Syrup Spanish Onions Iked Pears Creaberry Sease Celery Oiess Radishes Sweet Pickles Creamed Salsitfy 8mothered Chicken (Alternative to Chicke...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 March 1912

CAP-A-COLD FOR TWENTY. FIVE CENTS THE TENSAS 'AZE Gazette Publishig Compaly, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Teamss Schel aerd u ind Wit ima l e Diric $1.. Pe A . NEW SERIES VOL. IIXX. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH. 81912. NUMBER 10. -I rdfessional Cards Dr. L. A. Murdock ST. JOSEPH, LA. PAysician and Sargeom Office 0o Plank Road M Phone 12-3; Raid.e 12.t . Ig LLY, L D. IL S. TRICE, M s. Drs. Lilly and Trice ai mrs to Dnl. Lilly i Ada.. leeph, - F fLtsiana G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-La ' sactie in East Carroll, Madisona, Cewcordia and the Supreme and GEORGE N. CLARK S.DENTIST SOidm, - - LOUISIANA N1C*l aodins. Pleak Rad ;Are You Going to Build b m m-y rrt l. das s M o b... m fa s.r by ah.. as abd tL.bslse m*p* fhr as pel.*. ... To l ims itwa5 il. FOR McIG-GIADE, WELL-MAJIFACTUD C Rough and Dressed Lumber ,Floring, Cihg, Compositio. Roofings, Sas.h, Doors, Blids, Fe iaterior Fnis., Etc. 4as Wei mI c a la Lada Tldw Prl i. aipe. hwe. Alwayes A. ENOCHS, The Lumberman NATCHEZ, MISS...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 March 1912

ORIGINAL MORMONS IN OHIC They Claim Utah Sect Is Offshoot- Temple Erected in 1833 Still in Use. Cleveland.-At Kirtland, Lake coun ty, O., a few miles east of Cleveland. there stands an old edifice of rare in terest and historic note, k.own as "The Temple." Tourists from many parts of the world have registered their names upon the record within the vestibule of this building. The building was erected by the early pioneers of the Later-Day Saints Church, a plan of which, it is claimed, was shown in a vision to Joseph t Smith, Jr., founder of the sect. The cornerstone was laid July 23, 1833, and the building was dedicated March 27. 1836. It stands on an elevation on the south side of the Chagrin river. The t walls are well preserved, considering the length of time it has stood. The auditori m is provided with a pulpit at either end; the seats are box pews t and arranged to permit the audience a to face either pulpit In the center of the building on the outside front is a t large white ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 March 1912

*Irr T hmIMIU Y Ih TmATnn gat4AmC1VA4&o B tA areer I05sesI~D3M amwak;~r SI YNOPSIS. pl - ti t story opens with a scream from te y March in the opera box of Mrs. , r a wealthy widow. It is oc Swhen Mrs. Miasioner's necklace C Sscattering the diamonds all over Soor. Curtis Griswold and Br ixton society men in love with Mrs Ms- ij W. gather up the ems. Grtiwold what is supposed to e the cele Maharanee and crushes it. A Hin- tr b 1declares it was not the genuine. An met later pronounces all the stones =totes for the original. One of the sI sg diamonds is found in the room laor Holeomb. confidential ooopan d Mrs. Missioner. She is arrested, t( wthstandiln Mrs. Missioner's belief ir innocence. Meantime. in an up maIton, two Hindoos. who re in e Sto recover the Maharanee. die the arrest. Detective Brits takes te case. He asks the oo-operation of ft itch. .Elinor'5 fiance In running $ the real criminal. Brits learns that e tes of Mrs. Missioner's diamonds ft made in Paris on the order o...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 8 March 1912

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDrron.  In Advance. . i FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912. REPUBLICANISM IN LOUISIANA. The absurdity of the same repre aentation being given to Southern States in the National Republican Nominating Convention as to North ern States is well illustrated by what took place in the recent Re eublican primary election (?) held in this parish. We doubt if readers of the Ga zette know that such an election was held,-but it is a fact. It took place at Newellton on February t 24th. At said election there was present one individual, who act- I ed as commissioner, clerk, and voter and solemnly cast and re turned the only vote cast. It thus appears that the Republi can party in Tensas is composed of one voter and we doubt if in this Congressional District there are fifty Republican voters. Yet these fifty voters have the right to elect two delegates to the National Republi can Convention, and these two del egates, representing perhaps fifty vot...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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