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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

i ■P « 'a i J*. )'A X\ V 1/ * '"/P w \ r U '£■ 1 ■- fl '■ > m ** A ■% * r,;> _ I *' 1 .' « o c *i CuuthmUrged Observance Qf July Fourth AUSTIN—It would be a glorious Fourth of July if no (undents occurred to mar Uw Joy of celebrating our oRp hundred and sixty-sec- Qpd anniversary of Indepen- dence, declared Dr. Geo. W. Co*, state health officer, it is most unfortunate that a day of joy and celebration leaves in its wake one of sftdness and sorrow in many homes. It is not alone the wounds received from explosives that increase our death toll. Injuries from automobile ac- cidents, splinters, nails, and other penetrating wounds in which dirt may be car- ried into the skin, heighten the hazard of tetanus, or lockjaw as the disease is commonly called. Tetanus is fatal in a large proportion of cases. For- tunately we have tetanus antitoxin as a means of pre- venting the disease. Anti- toxin must be administered promptly following the acci- dent. Treatment after the disease develops ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

3c Dos. Smooth hard- wood elothct- plno With rust- proof lied steel spring*. Your clothes to can't awayl To The Couple Who Have Been Married the Longest ggj • t*. 4. Rocking Chair i $ ft Folding Chairs 1,00 . Valaes Sling, t y p e canvafe Beat chairs. Natur al varnish oak frames. A d - justable to 4 positions. F" 1 tevV«:J m?sm (ill "Si1 Ifetl i lil '' iUR&iiwj These Are Record-Breaking Values! Full Fashioned Silk Hose Compare with 59c Quality • 4 Thread • Range of Chiffon Weight Sizes 8VS to 10!* Every value-wise woman will want to buy enough for all summer. Not second grade, not rejects, but strictly first quality hose of pure silk. Carefully made throughout, and shown in a complete selec- tion of new shades. Values That Bring A Pleasant 4th Brocaded Satin Slips . * : t * * V $1.00 Values! First quality, \ fully bleached - sheets of 64x- 6 4 count sheeting. Torn ^k-V' and hcir ;2d- ■^a^/ijuuulcriit Ready to use. Wash Cloths '"Royal Purple'* Silk Hose « Resists Snags, Rain Spot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

HICK & COMPANY Men s Swim Trunks 1.79 VHILE THEY LAST! S immer G&wnz ZZc value* I 25c Women hand - e m - b r oidcred Puerto r? can jownc 50-inch lengths. White or colors. 15 to 17 siirs £sV Sweetwater Bargain Days To The Couple Who Have Been Married the Longest Rocking Chair sti® tea: % WHILE THEY LAST! Rayon Pantfes 15c Values! m 1 \ijm0. •!§ Women's and misses' first quality ,j a n - ties and briefs. Tea- rose color Regular sizes for every one. Savings That Insure A Glorious Fourth Men's Wash Pants These are Actual $1.49 Values Values Up to $1.49 • Light and Dark Patterns • Sizes 28 to 44 20-Qt. Canners $1.49 Values r- 9c 1.00 ckle ;ve .... 12 for 79c Blue enameled seamless steel canners. Dome covers. C o m pletu with 7 - qt. size jar racks. Shown. b ' IjjL High-waisted models in all- wool worsteds. All have built- in elastic supports, simulat- ed flies, button pockets. They're here in navy, royal, and sizes 28 to 40. Men's "Sea-Ho" Swim Trunks 3-Pc. Bowl Sets .">!)(• V...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

i. '• Mi« $ , % : p| HVSi « Ife' ■^ ... . ^r*T^' '•• !W 17'* r.* .--*tW.' ^jL..-Sa*jL«ai- < %.. >. &itv1 ; ■ j 7 • « *■ ' v ' \ : "v r..''''..., POI I [ b .'! 3 . r Jim to 3 %| ckt He: r ifc and entire aecond building la entirely to the relay of the Western Union, (dace of work, not a tourists to view. How- those few who are privil- j tosee the extensive opera- t'of the relay office are amaz- the industry. ' ; instance, a current aver- of approximately 6,500 mes- each 24 hours is cleared gh this office, according to W. S. Chennault, chief opera- tor in charge. This includes Sundays, and means "run of the mill" messages. iftyfre Messages From? Where are these messages from? Primarily they are to and from a large area in West Texas, but naturally, messages from all over the world are received for transmission to the West Texas points. This immediate terri- toiy goes west to Pecos, and to the in-between points including the oil field towns north and . south of the Texas Pacif...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

/'lA'V 'HOT ' wm mm w 199* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER,^ TEXAS Brownlee 4-H Club Girl Completes Wardrobe at Total Cost of $28 i By Edna Hannrfeld I have been a member of the Brownlee 4-H club for about three years and have enjoyed the work. I like sewing and wtardrobe work, thus when I was elected wardrobe demon- strator for 1938, I decided I "would try to do my best. First I took an inventory of all my clothes and found that several of my dresses and other garments needed repairing. I put these in good condition and tried to keep them that way. This was not very hard to do because I soon discovered that "a stitch in time saves nine." _ Then I planned my fall and win- Wter wardrobe and later on plan- ned my spring and summer ' wardrobe. 1 also took my phy- sical diagnosis and made a col- or chart, kept account of ^clothing expenditures and pur- chases made. I began checking my D-105, or Good Looks for Girls sheet, and this helped me to improve or perform the du- ties I fiad fail...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

WVt . wiU give 'Ha finest Jrnd .K1 virtually c% rfj oceity ' building tod, trrmfen-mct*^ )'• ready-fo-v. i*-- "wt r. New furnl', tie rerj nent are J urea arrj i\l furri i:ery. ii july 1 '"Department Stores The Greatest Sale News In Years! , ,,, fp , ■■■ ,■ ' , .. >r 'dy-tb-wef •, as well as ffl* -fhot nr. merchandise. • I Mrs. Abe Levy will laava «n the next rht days for markka in New York and Chicago. THcci p'.ie ' to tuy new fall dresses" new fur coats, underwear, su; >s, JUnery, and othej rr.y Tall ' t Apartments in the st:re enlarged and rearrav>T* ^•< 11. Many have il ^arranged. T -Jas >-\ departments ^.Mzed Vtn ^ng. Merehan- k 1 art' .'les togetli ;r Lv obtain a par- going prices -s' C I :\W ■ (y < l*ef Spck x i I i ; Li khmi pants * snrs DOZENS OF PAIRS Sanforized and vat dyed, in sizes 29 to 44. Shirts are full cut, and match pants. Each 88e Each LADIES' willini MUST Group 2 Reg. 4.95 to 7.95 These Two Clearance Groups Include Entire Stock MEN'S DRESS SHIRT...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

:h ^ fl 3 AND ADVERTISING faff r>- \ t-' £ $y*"' '■if «M*1 GENERAL NEWS AND ADVERTISING r • volume SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1938 NUMBER 75 i I $ i R t/ # u * * Entries Continue To Pour In For Kids Pet Parade Saturday Nation's Traffic Fatalities Decline - Travel Increases CHICAGO — (UP) — The National Safety Council an- nounced that 2,090 lives had been saved on the nation's high- ways for the 1938 January-May period, and that May was the seventh consecutive month in which traffic fatalities were on the downgrade. The result of this seven- month downward trend in trag- edy on streets and highways is a cumulative saving of 3,780 lives, the council reported. The five-month 1938 total was a 21 per cent decrease from the same period for last year. The council said the improve- ment in May over the same month a year ago was the greatest of any of the seven- months — both in the percen- tage of reduction and number of lives saved. The reduction was 27 pe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

utinj to % "3 He. ~X u * \ 'V:< 1 .. i«i*i •;■ J V s^'-vi • fit 'MMancAA'iiMPIMW^i' U5K5 • ClJP«K"l jP <P* I 'JHH |IMI«1« WWifciM HHSPWR ^ ^!|p^ mntSBAT, JUNE Sifc k->S III OUT MEET Ppl i'.tJll t' N«f f . , awi e '-'tu.-e^ at fjcf '£-• :f ?ep; BIT ,t!.' tl' c * M I WwPf* f :-■ I £ UL '^HWs WE MAKE THEM Friday And Saturday SPECIALS ! Prices Cheek And Double Cheek ®e Da^ M°nday July 4 Shop In The Coolest Store In Town FLOUR If This Flour is not as white, finer, and good as any flour your ever used your money refunded. 12 Lb. Bag 24 Lb. Bag 35« 67c Phillips Pork €t Beans Can 5c Franklin Sugar Corn 3 Can 25c All Star Co£fee 1 lb. pkg 15c 6 No. 1 Cans Tomatoes 25® No. 2H Can Pears Gold Bar Peaches «n sliced . - 2For 25c Kellogg's Corn Flakes 3 pkgs - - - 25® Tuna Fish 2 Cans - •; 25c Kraut 6t Spinach 3!or25® Dinner Club, Extra Sifted Peas - - - Can 19c 2 Can 2f)C Upton's TEA 1-4 pound 1 Glass Free. 1-2 pound 2 Glasses Free 23c 42c Bird Brand Fresh and Sweet 4 lb. ctn. 39c Shorte...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

* :■ MM 'X m SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 4 I ffe '.mm <v X'1// -sM \* v« Fri, t BIG OATS &Sat. Sale Starts Friday Morning at 7 OF JUl£ food 5aut ABRAT10h 5c P^S- K* Ai^ - ^vV™ V ^ Wtl.S 31Rk V /, J7- s BLACKBERRIES Qallon Can 39 C PURE CANE SUGAR lb. Cloth 1 Limit « a lb. Paper IV Bag 47c This Store Closed All Day Monday Potato 1 Chips Fresh From Our Kettles Each 1 Cf* I Morning JL^C Pkg. .. 10c| HljgllC Bring Your .lug ' Vinegar Gal. i 1 ac Oxydol 25c Size 181 DEL MONTE CRUSHED OR SLICED PINEAPPLE 3 Flat Cans a WILSON'S ADV ANCE SHORTENING 4±S9c S i78c Hooker's c LYE - 4 10c Cans Maxwell House COFFEE 3 cl 74c I LB. CAM Bakwell FLOUR 24 ib- Sack 65<? (guaranteed lb. Sack 48 Standard HOMINY SPINACH No. 2<* can No. 2 can 7i< catsup 14-0z. Bottle SPECIAL Friday Saturday Tasty, Tempting: Fruit Pies Apricot or Apple KeS- Price 19c Each 15c Parker House ROLLS Dozen 5c RYE BREAD 10c I-ioaf With or Without Carraway Seed BUTTERFLY BUNS Reg. Price 20c Dozen 15c CAKE...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

,y. ,■ • ■ SHfc - sh« ti coir c t i/'' \\ CA I bct^ mei1 ca t ' Ne for 1 ment lures "All 1 jsterj |*c!.: depa comj the i fhe ;thes< fcefo jives fh dak pfocl I PAGE POUR ' ' *- this thing became tin unto the house of i, even to cut it off, and destroy it from f the face of the earth.—I Kings 13 ;34. m> ' i\, ■'\, - The wages that sin pays are death, torment, destruction.—South. CASTING BALLOT A DUTY OF GOOD CITIZENS It is a duty of citizenship to cast your ballot at elections. Whether you have sufficient personal inter- est or not, voting is an obligation you owe to your coun- ty, state and nation. The success of our form of gov- ernment is based on the exercise of the voting franchise at election-time. To stay away from the polls is prac- tically signifying that you do not fully appreciate the privilege for which our forefathers spilled their blood to preserve. There are some rather amusing arguments offer- ed by persons for not voting. One commonly heard is that about not wan...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

&■>{*. ' ' f# A ■■ *.-■■■• yv,• .■ -.. • -'.,;* . • • . . ■■ 4 i ^ JUNE 80, 198* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEX4& pace nv LMim 5 09 2 * XSJ YOU SAVE DOLLARS IN OUR STORE FRIDAY and SATURDAY With Money Saved a,PPa®eBr>s* w ww on Food Purchases Mrs. Tuckers SHORTENING 8 lb Limit ctn To Customer 7Sc LAUNDRY SOAP Wrapped —Big 4—Large Bars 8 Giant Wrapped C BORDEN'S MILK 7 Small Cans 28 c Limit 7 Imperial Pure Cane SUGAR re Cane $f!9 25 u, Cloth Ba<r I Limit With Other Merchandise FLOUR KANSAS BEST FIRST GRADE Reg. 1.43 Seller 48 lbs $f 2 Limit Giant Family Size Post Post Toasties Oc 2 Limit In Heavy Syrup Peaches 3 Limit Gingham Girl No. 2Mi can 14< w&* Large Size Mother's Oats - 25c Maxwell House Glass Free With 1-4 II). Tea i- 23c Wriglevs GUM CRACKER JACKS 3 pkgs. 10c TOMATOES No. 2 can .... HOMINY No. 2Vi can .. TURNIP No. 2 GREENS Can Heinz Rice 2400 pks. to sell 2 for Flakes See Largest Display in West Texas Heinz Tomato Juice J- 7|c 4 Cans 23c BAKERY...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

jm 1 — A New Firmament iii ci I beil mei1 ,c;i t J N( for men ture: *A11 : iBterj depa com the the .jbcnt ,*••• .!' Be sthes pefo ISve duct *d t ttak frfoc. MOMMAN 8IEGEL I; HOLLYWOOD — Irene Rich's career as a star of the ent and talking screen and ftke radio has completed a per- circle, bringing her back to "■, f the very Hollywood spot from wliich she started 20 years ago. The spot is the site of the original Famous Players-Laskey lot at Sunset and Vine, now one of the busiest corners in Holly- wood. Miss Rich got her first • job in pictures there as a movie extra in 1918. The star of the picture was Mary Pickford. Today men are pouring con- crete and hoisting steel girders on the site to build NBC's new Radio City of the west. Mi«s Rich often drops by to watch them through an opening in the modernistic fence. Just about where the opening in the fence now exists, there used to be a window for the cage of the cast- ing director of the old Lasky studios. It was there that she obtai...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

!*A icnics, Reunions IVill Necesffltate {Additional Food Needa Can Be Supplied At Little Cost During 'Bargain Days' in City Fireworks go with the 4th of [July holiday but Sweetwater grocers are firing their best shots in the way of values in groceries, meats and vegetable; in today's Reporter. They have _ i anticipated your every need 'the! 'or these f'ne summer days with 'its many picnics and "comp- |iousiany" dr°PPlne in for informal I ^visits. Families geting togeth- ■MllilMBHMal i jM '&ii ■, " >i"" *' i SWEETwAtVh REPOI1VK, SwiJLl WATER,' 'IcAAs Bargains Supply '4th Of July Fireworl mer- er over the I their „ menu IL'I'); able, loo hack1 1 one! thel holiday will find troubles have al- ready been solved by Sweetwat- er's enterprising grocers, who are among the leaders in all of West Texas. Not only will these grocers be a great aid to you in stocking your pantries but you will save real money by shopping in Sweetwater Friday and Satur- day for grocery needs in fu- ture wee...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

wSp^i m MFwRRmm s r-:w •' WKw ,™v <" WjuuftT.' -fu'i .j..'.,; J"-.J:.. """' f i?WS •ft-' v. lL CI T beil xnei on t ) N< 'for ■men ture 'AH ister; '*/- depi Com the .the ijbcnt Sale L31 fthes fcefc *Jve £1 $loc m I 'tug ! w ■' DABNEY'S GIGANTIC ■0 .;• USE THE COUPON IT'S WORTH $25 TO YOU NOW Sale Starts Friday Morning July 1st $25 COUPON DABNEY MOTOR COMPANY ALLOW BEARER $25.00 Wc hereby agree to allow this credit to the holder of this valuable coupon, upon the purchase of any used car or truck, of- fered for sale by us. The holder will re- ceive cash value credit for one coupon only. Not good as down payment or on trade-ins. CASH TRADE TERMS Come to this sale if you have to ride a mule. We will trade for all kinds of livestock. Plan to drive home in one of our dandy used cars. We guarantee you have never seen values like this. NEVER BEFORE A USED CAR SALE LIKE THIS No, you have never seen a used car sale like this. Prices are being unmercifully slashed on our entire stock of q...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

AND ADVERTISING r Ip ~ *W$m: • .'5-. ;;' - BHKsPSI f'•' ;-• ' < v .'• m!LU&JIHRVI' ". ".' • , ■...; • \ 4-, '•(■•■ ' «'- • •- > fKr. .* . '•"' ' ■ — f. .-■ •"i T .:• V'.'ifo '. ■'. POLITICAL f AND ADVERTISING '■m 75 VOLUME XU SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1938 N - T INDEX OF CANDIDATES' ADVERTISEMENTS Here is a list of the candi- dates whose advertisement and publicity appears in this section and the page on which their advertisement may be found. You owe it to your- self as a voter to read these advertisements and statements carefully. All of the adver- tisements and the statements | made herein, are authorized by the individual candidates | and in nowise represent any preference on the part of this newspaper for any particular candidate. iOLLIB C. STKAKIiKY District Attorney Page 1 F. L. DUNCAN County Attorney Page 1 K. K. WILLIS County Clerk Page 2 NEELY REEVES Constable Page 2 TRUETT BARBER District Attorney.. u Page a Page :t Page 4 ' RAYMO...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

fiU'l mmmMt rtep •%pnty Clerk f§ tarred Precinct 1 For Number of Years, Believes Such Experience Helpful Pointing to his constructive I and binlnesslike administration of public affairs as a member of the ^commissioners' court of Nolan covrnty, E. K. Willis makes his bid for the office of county clerk. "I feel that my record as com- missioner of precinct No. 1 is evidience of my ability to get IftouMe In The Corn Belt How Farmers View the New 1938 Crop Control Pro; iSM'fcSwis THURSDAY, JUNE SO, —T port.' Mr. Reeves had previous ex ^ TEXAS begin to happen, The E. K. Willis, now serving as commissioner of precinct No. 1, is a candidate for county j clerk. things done and in working for the public good," Willis said in enumerating some of the ac- complishments since he became commissioner. He is now serv- ing his second term in that of- fice. The accomplishments as com- missioner include construction of 28 permanent concrete drain- age structures replacing many of wood that were in a d...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

IT, JUNE SO. 19S8 (■HRP5 Tax lop ienced As Official to 1 Of I itf it bm- per sf. le I rvc the | the liity pre- lllot. Ian® *nd in ti- ■o- inl briz- Widely Known In County; Appreciates Serving, Thankful For Support I Raymond Bishop, seeking re- election as county tax asses- sor-collector, has lived in No- lan county 38 years. His ac- quaintance with the residents •of the county is as extensive as that of any citizen. . Mr. Bishop is equally well acquainted with the value of all real estate property in the coun- ty and believes that the exper- ience gained during his service as assessor-collector has pre- pared him to serve his fellow- citizens in a more efficient man- ner. • In calling his canaidacy to the attention of the voters of the county, Mr. Bishop said he wished to express his deep ap- preciation to them for allow- ing him to serve as assessor- collector. He said he was grate- ful for the support and consid- } eration given him by his friends. "I have tried to conduct the pta...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

m | ■v'. I H% THUfeDAY, Jtte S0, 1938 JP i ■ Business Career Worked for Orient, In Bank, Sold Cars, Lived In County Tor 37 Years John Hall, candidate for tax collector and assessor, has fol- lowed Nolan county's progress from the turn of the century. He has neen a resident and tax- payer in the county for 37 years. In his first years in Sweet- water he was a railroad man be- ing employed by the Orient rail- road for seven years. Even though it is many years since he was engaged in that work he still maintains his interest in railroading and has a large num- ber of friends among the rail- road men. After leaving the Orient, Hall became connected with the old Continental State Bank of Sweetwater. He held important positions with this pioneer bank for ten years. When the bank was reorganized and became the City National Bank, he left the institution. He continued his banking career with the Texas Bank and Trust Co., for a year. Sold Ford Automobiles When Hall really became ac- quainted...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

m ■ri to l#°m 1 to Irne. to IwTter w It pr«-| v Ih Brr ha op. that lof b> , # punty, nd for affect (•s and quired It of Mr. 1 etenyi Fier of i Lam- | Nolan )ivide ce of lo Cot- feg# in Ing in- ln this Iheriff, bp Jie It Hp- Be ade- feder- lember ciat^n law en- ns weJl I be my Jto on- It I #n Titinued rogress |as free Jess * chifc- j?rt, jr., fcymond jtwater; Mrs. If Cam [it aufi- lis be- inn 4# § I • *J| • jura! 30,' MM smxrvatm mnnn, swbbtwateh, nns Mrs. Cochran Has Experience As County Treasurer Feels It Has Qualified JHer For Job, Which, She Says, She Needs to Hold Mrs. G. W. (Jack) Cochran, a native Texan and Nolan coun- ty resident since 1901, has been commended highly by auditors for her accuracy and efficiency as county treasurer. Forced to seek a livelihood upon the death, in 1931, of her husband, the late Jack Coch- ran, Mrs. Cochran announced her candidacy for county treas- urer, which she won by an over- whelming majority. "The experience of handling the duties of the ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

1 WW tive Race the age of 19 R. Temple DiV who had attended the diversity of Texas, was issued wise by the Supreme Court the State of Texas to prac- law; he at that time held distinction of being the jest lawyer in the state. He been actively engaged in acftice of law since he was . iltted to the bar, nearly sev- fct) years of such time being in Nolan county. Young Dickson has had conspicuous success as a trial lawyer, having participat ed in practically every import- ant trial in Nolan county—both civil and criminal for the last several years. He has prosecut ed and defended 27 charged ■tyith murder and assault with Ihtent to murder. Likewise Mr. Dickson has tried many import ant cases in federal court. \Vith his legal background, having represented men from every walk of life, Mr. Dickson feels that he is acquainted with the needs of the people of this state. In addition to Mr. Dick- son's activities as an attorney, hte also owns considerable real estate both in Nolan and nearby c...

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