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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

<mm'i hi1'* whmu.1 Ig >. .V* ' —, l> 4 1 TV -r. ! I ! t ( I & '■ h< ♦ Industr Commercial Printing osawsawM H.' *. VOLUME I. CAMERON. MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 18$8. NUMBER 38' J j i s \ /* 2500 Pairs of Shoes From Boston, Clnolnnatl and St. Louis, Reoelved this Week. Blggsst Lowest pfioe ohild's shoe (regular §& ,> •... oent seller) at . 15o. Highest^ rioe then'sand Women's... $.400 WHAT A WORLD OF KINDS IN BETWEEN. WORLD BEATERS—A man's Sun-. < \ dfty Shdb or a good Plow Shoe for 79<N worth moneys moneys wear Ever Brought to Cameron! An extra ordinary line of Dress Goods, Waist Silks, Covet Cloths, Conde Cloth, Drape ao Dane, t^e new fabrics for women's wear are here in abundance, After spending Three Weeks in the North our MILUNERS has returned—Fol- lowing1 her comes all kinds of STYLISH MILLINERY. This department is our pride—The styles y%u get in the larger cities, ahd Happily—lower priced. WQ0S1II MEN'S FULL SUITS FOR FROM $1.75 T...

Publication Title: Cameronian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

$he $HtneroniHif. BLOUNT C. THICK, Editor. CAMERON, TEXAS. The tramp has the only punclure- proof tiro. FINDS IN ARIZONA. RELICS OP ARCHAEOLOGICAL VALUE IN THE STATES. When a man is a bore he is always the laat to discover it. Boris<1 Cltlea Laid nun—Many Idea* of the Customs, Dress, Warfare and Hellglon of the Prehlttorlo Indian* Brought to Light. Ab toon as the poor barber begins to scrape acquaintances he cuts them. A tailor says that ready-made cloth- ing will cure a man of having fits. Be sure you're right, then go ahead, regardless of the road others take. Some people have weak eyes simply because they are located in a weak place. Self-praise is like a church steeple— the higher it goes the narrower It be- comes. The average man earns much less than his wife thinks him capable of earning. Life may be a grand, sweet song, but one can't get much harmony out of it in "A flat." Married men as a rule do not lie from choice, but their wives will per- sist In asking such fool ques...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

TT ijj> b i r < do ne i no IfiOfl. .or/ stt ll«e tT, ton *5. ir* FOE BOYS AND GIBL8. SOME GOOD 8TORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. Some Young American*—What an Indian Hat Done; a Story with a Moral— Washing a Wild Tlgwi the Leugtli to Which Fearlessness WUl Carry a Man. < A Bonn of Winter. His gathering mantle of fleety snow The winter-king wrapped around him; And flashing with toe-wrought gems be- low Was the regal zone that bound him: He went abroad in his kingly state, By the poor roan's door—by the palace- gate. Then Ills minatrel winds, on either hand, The music of frost-days humming, Flew fast before him through.all the land, Crying. "Winter—Winter Is coming!" And. they 'sang a song in their deep, loud , o*v voice, That made the heart of their king re- joice; For it spake of strength, and It told of power, And the mighty will that moved him; ■Of all the Joys of the fireside hour. And the gentle hearts that loved him; •Of affections sweetly Interwrought With the play of wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

sft EsjM;. THE CHIN, BLOUNT C. TRICE, EDITOR ANO MAMAOeO PUBLISHBQ EVE^Y SATURDAY. aXTBSORIPTION. Uii«j Year, 758 numbers) M-l® :'4x Mouths, (20 number) K Tfrree Mouths, (lffnumbeit). 25 Ktnfrte Copy... '.1 .: 5 Addreu all communications and make all or- ders payuble to Trice * HWsronyimw, Cameron. Peias. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, \808. Far President in 1900, Wm. J. BRYAN. Democratic Ticket. For United States Senator: - • GUARLES'A. CULBERSON. For Governor: JOSEPH D. SAYERS. i'or Lieutenant-Governor: J. N. BROWNING, for Attorney-General: • $. S. SMITH. For Land Commissioner: CEO. W. FINGER. K*'r Treasurer,: JOHN W. ROBBINS. For Comptroller: it. W. FINLEY. For Supt. Public Instruction:, J. S. KENDALL. Railroad Commissioner: ALLISON MAYFIELD. Associate Justice Supreme Court; T. J. BROWN. Associate Judge Court Criminal Ap- peals: ' M. M. BROOKS. Judge Court Civil Afcdenls, Third Su- ~ premo District: r . W. E. COLLARD. tfor Congress, 7th district! 7 R. L. HENRY. For.Floater,Rep. 72nd Dis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

the mm ttii o ❖ TF"w RAILWAY TIME TABLE. G. C. & 8. P. R'y. Time Tabic. No. 0, north mull, 8:80 t . M No. 5, Houtb " * 8:8c P.M. No. 8, north limited 1:17 A. M. No.* 7. south " 4:1UA.M No. 14 (local) north 5:15 P. M No. JiJ (local) south, 8:50 A. M. Close connections mude with Cotton Belt at McGregor, Texas Pacific at Port Worth, uud Houston East & West Texas, at Houstou. C. L Macmanus, Agent. 8. A. & A. P. R'y. Time Table. No.41 South Bound, 9:!10 a.m. No.42 North Btfund u.m No. 44 North Bound '. 8:10 a. in. No. 43 South Bound 8:10 a. in' Traius make close oouneeti'ins with the M. K. 4fc T.. jGotton Belt, Texas Centrul and Waco St Northwestero ot Wd"0. P. L. Evanb, Agent. I. & G. N. R'y Time table. South Bound. *o. 1, due at Milano Junction 18:4!) A. M "a, 1, due at Rockdale....! 1:08 A. M o. U, due at Milano Junction 0:1« A. M No, it. due at Rockdale 9:40 A. M No. It, due at Milano Junction 3:55 P. M No. 0, due at Rockdale 4:15 P. M North Bound. No. 3, duo at Rockd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

} TALMAGJS'S SERMON. OUR OWN TIMES, SUNDAY'S SUBJECT, if! II. j j u; I If ii j I • t Test Acta. 13:30: "David After lie Had Served HU Own Generation by the WU1 of Uod Fell on Sleep"—Uood Ad- rice for Lawmakers. That 1b a text which bas for a long time been running through my mind. Sermons have-a time to be born as well as a time to die; a cradle as well as a grave. David, cowboy and stone- •llnger, and lighter, and dramatist, and blank-verse writer, and prophet, did his best for the people of bis time, and then went and laid down on the south- ern bill of Jerusalem in that sound slumber which nothing but an arch- angelic blast can startle. "David, after be bad served bis own generation by the will of God, fell on sleep." It was his own generation that be bad served; that is,, the people living at the time he lived. And have you ever thought that our responsibilities are chiefly with the people now walking abreast of us? There are about four generations to a century now, but In olden...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

kl: 17 A WOMAN'S HEROISM. From the RegUter-OatttU, Ruck ford, IU. During tM civil war nearly a* much hero* inn was ibown by the woman of our nation an by the brave soldiers. Many a woman, weeping for her dead son, bound up the wound* of bis Buffering comrades, rejoicing Cv in their :?,v«5 /-*■ > -J < i( even While filPBOT > r"~ sorrowing for the one who was gone. At that time was laid the found- ^ ation for the world- On the Battlefield. famed or* ganlzatlon known as the Woman's Relief Corps, whose aid to the soldier of today, fighting against the world for a living, is no less notable than the heroism of the early '60's. One of the most earnest members of the corps at Byron, 111., Is Mrs. James House- weurt, but illness once put a stop to her A year or so ago, wlien she active work. 4 was nearing fifty years of age, the time when women must be most careful of their strength, Mrs. Houseweart was taken seri- ously ill. The family phyxiclan told her that she had reched a crit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 24 September 1898

At l"V :JM®, s From the Katlon'a Capital. (Continued from first page.) ;V: flor In order that Seoretary Alger might step into hi® seat in the feerfate has hAd to be abandoned, owing to the unpopularity of Alger since Hip publio has known of his culpable mismanagement of the War Department, but it was at onoe suooeeded by a new one, whioh only needs the oon- sent of Senator Hoar, whioh has once refused, tb go through, 'fhis scheme is to send Hoar to London as Ambassador, put Sec- retary Long in his seat in the Senate, and make Assistant Seo- retary Allen Long's successor ifc ihe cabinet. Pressure is now being used to bring about ao- quiesence on the part of Senator Hoar, but its suocess is by no means sure. Hoar dosn't wish to leave the Senate, of whioh he regards himself as one of the principle owners, and it is doubt- ful whether he can be forced to do so, as John Sftferman was. The scheme does not commend itself to republicans from other states, as Massachucetts already had one Am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

if ki < * «l *< & Book, Law Brief and Commercial Printing. VOLUME I. industry World CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY. TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1898. NUMBER 39. urn 2500 Pairs c«i Shoes From Boston, CSijcn ati and St. Louis, Received ihis Week. Biggest Shipment Ever Brought to Cameron. After spending Three Weeks in the North our MILLINERS has returned—Fol- lowing her comes all kinds of STYLISH MILLINERY. This department is our | pride—The styles you get in the larger^ g cities and happily—lower priced. ' fj* imaa Ltwest prioe child's shoo (regular 25 cent seller) at..... S| Highest price men's and Women's... WHAT A WORLD OF KINDS IN BETWEEN. | WORLD BEATERS—A man's Sun- |j day Shoe or a good Plow Shoe for 15o. $.400 If y .^vant^vour moneys' worU* of style we have it! If you want your moneys' worth of wear we have it also! An extra ordinary line < Dress Goods, Waist Silks, Covet Cloths, Conde Cloth, Drape de Danf, the new fabrics for women's wear ai*v here in abundance, I MEM'S F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

' I, ■/. i,r J U1 j$he (gnmeroniatf. BLOUNT O. TRICE, Kdltor. CAMERON, • • • • - TEXAS. HM JS Facfj ConC®rnini Porto Rico Our 13-inch guns are certainly piece- , makers. Uf - Roof gardening la an expensive lux- ury tor amateurs. Some men's only bad habit is boast- ing of their good habits. Once a hero, always a hero—espe- cially to the hero himself. The man who admits bu is la the wrong is usually in tbe right. Whenever a man becomes wise he Is the first to discover his wisdom. * Ik * and the Passage Islands, j 5 '•VVWWVW A girl loves to be loved by a man that she knows some other girl loves. It's harder for a young man to ques- tion her pop than it 1b to pop the ques- tion. One way to keep on friendly terms with your neighbor is to keep off his premises. ' Some machines have automatic at- tachments and some have sheriff's at- tachments. As to the fleets of Spain, we feel sure that so-called power will bo able to prove an alibi. Some people are never satisfied until they find out so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

FOE BOYS AND GIRLS. SOME QOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. Seven JohnnUi, * Comical Sketch that Will Probably Make You Laugh aud Think — A lledtlwe Juuctlou — The Beit Muile. My Mother. My mother! oft as thy dear name I mention, Or trace thine Image In my musing dream, How strain my heart nerves to their full- est teriBlon; How swells and bounds, like an Im- prisoned stream. My restless spirit to go forth to thee, Whose dear, dear face, X In each nightly vision see! Dear mother, of the thousand strings which waken The sleeping harp within the human heart. The longest kept In tune, though oft forsaken, Is that in which tho mother's voice bears part: Her still, small voice, which* e'en the careless ear 'Turneth with deep reverence and pure delight to hear. Hut once, kind mother, might this ach- ing forehead Feel the Boft pressure of thy gentle • hand- Could this poor heart, that so hath pined and sorrowed, Yet once more feel Its pulse of hope expand At thy dear presence—oh, mother,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

■ i :l ! £ 5 ■ THE UMMIU BLOUNT C. TRICE, CBITOR AMD MANAMA. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSORIPTION (mo T r, (S iminbwr*) *1W> Hi* Montb*. ( nrab«r) J* lot eft Months, (13 nnm)>«rs) ® tftogto Copy 6 AddrMw ill comihanlcAtlon# and m lt«> 11 or* rt >rii payable to Trice AHleronymua, Gaawron, Tanuw. ►SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24). \888 £ For President, in. 1900, Wm. J. BRYAN. Democratic Tiokot. For United States Senator: CHARLES A. CULBERSON. For Governor! JOSEPH t>. SAYERS. For Lieutenant-Governor* J. N. BROWNING. <'or Attorney-General: , T. S. SMITH. For Land Commissioner: CEO. W. FINGER. For Tr. ™,w B0BB1H8 for comptroller! for Suvt. Public Instruction: T J. S. KENDALL. Railroad Commissioner: ALLISON MAY FIELD. Associate Justice Supreme Court: T. J. BROWN. Associate Judge Court Criminal Ap- MM ,MTr *#*«*?<./!IJi Jud^e Court Civil Apdeals, Third Su- preme District: W. E. COLLARD. Pet ConsrroHH, 7th district: R.L.HENRY. For Floator Rep. 72nd District: SAM LITTLE For Rep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

y ■ : *i th pth 59, 10; opt its rpe i'.'Jl'RS. SON i-M |)o acres Jof pas- |pply to Blount lible. hroric preg- brteua ?after Ionian lldreu. jess to leu for [brinR9 It long Ivonmn lor this Ises out ll Wine pttle. g sjxmM rmptoms. irtmnrt, Clw"*-'' i .,sa of CartuJ rMT(, but THE CH RAILWAY TIME TABLE. G. C. A S. F. R'y- Time Tabic. No. 8, nortu mail 2: l tJ. II. Mo. 6. south " 8:80 P. M. No. 8, north limited 1:17 A. 21. No. 7. south " 4:10 A.M. No. 14 (local) north, 8:13 I\ M No. 18 (local) south, S:50A. M. Close connection* made with Cottou Bolt at McGregor, Texas Piunflc «t Fort Worth, anil Houston Bust & Went Texan, at Huuston. C. L Macmanus, Agent. 8. A. & A. P. R'y. Time Table. No.ilHouth Bound, 9:30 a.m. No.42North Bound, BiSOa.m. No. 44 North Bound #:l(Ja. m. No. 48 South Bound, 2:10 a. m' Trains make close oonnectlons with the M. K. & T., Cotton Bolt, Texas Central and Waco & Northwestero ot Wd'jo. K. L. Evans, Aguut. I. & G. N. B'y Time tabic. South Bound. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

TALMAGB'S SEBMON. "THE ART OP FRIENDSHIP" SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. ~" • i rt fZf h I 1 h \ i <. I !' I f ■ I I t' I pi b: n ill >' *. Tilt, PNnrU, Chapter 18. Verse 94. M Follows i "a Mm That Bath Frlenda Moat Show Himself FrUndljr."—Time- ly Advice. About tbe sacred and divine art of making and keeping friend* I speak a subject on wblcb I never beard of anyone preaching—and yet Ood thought it of enough importance to put it in tbe middle of the Bible, these writings of Solomon, bounded on one side by the popular Psalms of David, and on tbe other by the writings of Isaiah, tbe greatest of tbe prophets. It seems all a matter of haphazard how many friends we have, or whether we have any friends at all, but there is nothing accidental about it. There is a law which governs the accretion and dispersion of friendships. They did not "just happen so" any more than the tides Just happen to rise or fall, or the sun Just happens to rise or set. It is a science, an art, a God- given regulation. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

HWW "mHW • I 'WP-' THE RUSH FOR GOLD. From the rimes, Blu/t, IIJ. The rujh of gold mken to the Klondike bring* thrilling memories to the "forty nlners" still alive, ot the time when they girdled the continent or faced the terrors of the great American desert on the journey to the land of gold. These pioneers tell some experiencee which should be heeded of thefn wltH rheumatism. Such a sufferer wasAdatnVan- gundy, who now resides at Bluffs, 111., where he has been justice of the peace end was the first president of the board of ^.trustees. In a A.^recent inter- si^view he said: "I had been .. . „ . „ a sufferer of "A Forty-niner." rheumatism for a number of yearn and the pain at times was very intense. 1 tried all the proprie- tary medicines I could think or near of, but received no relief. "1 finally placed my case with several physicians and doctored with them for some time, but they failed to do me any good. Finally, witn my hopes of relief nearly exhausted, I read an article rega...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 1 October 1898

1 i a FROM IRE IlllOI'S (MIL. Spactel to Tub Cambmviah. noma* Washington, Sept. 23,1898.— Frantio appeals are being made to Mr. MoKinley by the Repub- lican Congressional Campaign Committee and by republican candidates for Congress for as- Bistanoo in various ways. The most pressure is probably being brought to get the long delayed exeoutivft ordor, throwing down thn civil servis bars to a large numbe^, of Federal positions, issued before the Congressional electionsi Mr. MoKinley has been told"i,hat the issuing of that order wiihln the next two or three weeks will be worth many votes to republican candidates for Con- gress, becauso by promising those positions many of those who were at the last election re- publican workers but who are now sulking could be got to work again. He is also being urged to deolare the Government print- ing dfflco to be outside the oivil service law and rulss. Mr. Mo- Kinley hfts been told that if he £oesn't dp these things now, jhpre will be no occasion, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

& ^1| I / u Industry And Liberty The Light ot A 23 The World. Book, Law Brief and Commercial Printing". VOLUME I. CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1898. NUMBER 40 kf. itiliiil) % HHiiit: § jH|i% j #li|i f HiDijjsf smfiii 2500 Pairs of Shoes From Boston, Cincinnati and St. Louis, Received this Week. Biggest Shipment Eves* Brought to Cameron. s Lowest prioe child's shoe (regular 25 | cent seller) at 15o« m Highest price men's and Women's... $.400 1 WHAT A WORLD OF KINDS | S 1ST BETWEEN. R WORLD BEATERS—A man's Sun- § day Shoe or a pood Plow Shoe 'for 75c. & worth moneys moneys wear An extra ordinary line of Dross Goods, Waist Silks, Covet Cloths, Conde Cloth, Drapo de Dane, the new fabrics for women's wear are here in abundance, After spending Three Weeks in the North our MILLINERS has returned—Fol- lowing her comes all kinds of STYLISH MILLINERY. This department is our pride—The stylts you get in the larger cities and happily—lower priced. MEN'S FULL SUITS F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

^jl jr1 m M: r&' ■> r h ; ■H ! f) Every Action ▲ad every thought require* an expendi- ture of vitality which muat be restored by means of the blood flowing to the brain and other organs. This blood moat be pure, rloh and nourishing. It is made so by Hood'a Baraaparilta which is thus the great strength-giving medicine, the our* for weak nerves, scrofula, catarrh, and all diseases caused by poor, impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1; nlz (or $6. Hood's Pills cure Indigestion. 26 cents. MUST MARRY MONEY. T«a<taps. Poos Qermau oncers Have Mo Alter- Even after tea was introduced into native. j Europe, and had come into general The Berlin correspondent of the Now uso, teacups were scarce. At the same York Evening Post says: Must not a time coffee was introduced, but. apart profession be morally degrading which from Constantinople, the first coffee compels a large number of men to livej cups in Europe date back only as far continually beyond their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

T'-"* * want onsumptlon? We are sure you do not. Nobody wants it. But it comes to many thousands every year. Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are inflamed. Stop your cough when it first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. Pectoral stops coughs of all kinds. It does so because it is a sooth- ing and healing remedy of great power. This makes it the great- est preventive to consumption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A who/* Mad/ami Library From. For four cents In ■tamp* *o pay post- age, we will m-iid yuu aixteun medical bot/ki. Mmd/oml Advlom From, We huvu the exclusive *«rviees ot some of the moit eminent phymciaua in tho United States. Unimial oppor- tunities und long experience emi- nently fit them for giving you medical advice. Write freelv all the partic- ulars In your esse. You will receive a, prompt renlv, without coat. Address, DR. J. C. AVER. Lowel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameronian — 8 October 1898

'■■'V " a. ■ i THE CAMERONIAK. BLOUNT C. TRICE, ■OITOR ANO MtNitU. published every saturday. subscription. OnoYoax, <82 number*) W-00 tff* Moutiw, (SO number) Vhree Month* (13 numbers) 5 Address all comnianleatlons and make all or- dersjayable toBiouatC.Trie:Cameron Texan. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1838. For President in 1900, Wm. J. BRYAN. Democrats Tickei For United States Senator: CHARLES A. CULBERSON. For Governor: , JOSEPH D. SAYERS. For Lieutenant-Governor: ,J. N. BROWNING. For Attorney-General: T. S , SMITH. For Land Commissioner: CEO. W. FINGER. For Treasurer: JOHN W. ROBBIN3. For Comptroller: R. W. FINLEY. For Supt. Public Instruction: J. S. KENDALL. Railroad Commissioner: ALLISON MAYFIELD. Associate Justice Supreme Court: T. J. BROWN. Asaoclato Judge Court Criminal Ap- peals: M. M. BROOKS. Judge Court Civil Apdcals, Third Su- preme District: ' W. H. OOhhARD. For Congress, 7th district: R. L. HENRY. For Floater Rep. 72nd District: SAM LITTLE For Representative: O. F. McANNALL...

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