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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1904

I—Nrv-wy ^.^■(> )wy ^ • • W*> ' •'*• JHf '1^ i r HKil Robt. A. Nabouw, A. E, Pool. ATTENTION FARMERS AND STOCKMEN. | - - - | Believing that the people should have a good market twelve months in the year for their surplus k Live Stock, it is our purpose to try to make Cameron HEAOQUARTERS for all fat stuff | such as hogs, Cattle, etc. I So we are here to stay. We are here for business. We want to do business with every man in Milam and ad- joining counties. We ask that you see us or let us see you or phone or write us when you have anything to sell. WB WANT YOUR HOGS SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK. "WE WILL BUY i OR 1,000. We ask you to PLANT Ilogs for the market. We shall try to make it pay you. All correspondence will be promptly answered, OlHce with T. A. Robinson across street from Geo. A. Thomas' drug store. NABOURS St FOOL.. Live Stock; Merchants. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. How to Furnish a Room That Is Set Aside as a Smokers' "Den." In. England, if the head of the 'house is a smoker, a r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1904

4 1 L ■>!« I t A EE1T IDELAXjIEI^S J2T dc STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, GLASSWARE, STOVES Etc Chase & Sanburn Coffee, Heinz Pickles and Preserves, Bran, Grain, and Keed Stuff. eare makeingsome hot prices this f^ll. Our goods are the best, our prices are the lowest. See us before you buy. We can save you money On all kinds of Groceries, Tinware, Glassware, Gueenware, Blue and white Enameled ware, Galvanized tubs and buckets, wash-boards, clothes wringers, washing machine?, and all kitchen utensils, Farm tools, bridles, harness, etc. We are also large handlers of Grain, Hay and all kinds of feed stuff. Get our prices on Alfalfa, Hay, Bran, Chops, Sorgum Hay, Peanut Hay, Johnson grass, baled Oats, sacked oats and all Rinds of feed stuff. See us before you buy. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. ■ / v TMW* VMW±WAT^M-TM-WM-WAWMWAWjWATA*JIEMW3BZ2 TAVAVAT^VArAVAKxr-xwjirxvAWATJVA 25 lb 2d lb 261b Box Prunes worth $1.50, go at. Navy Beans. Byo Beans.... 30 lb Nails (any size) V ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1904

w r 1 ,i1 «■ "1 •mt«NM^| \ -J— & & f« : SOLE AGENTS FOR fcAj LA FRANCE £f;i SHOES FOR WOMEN r**# RODDY BROTHERS EEEEEEEEE^zCameron, Texas. SOLE AGENTS FOR EDWIN CLAPP SHOES FOR MEN- .•J"; <*.*■ gSS «•: fl§*: We Claim to Have the Host Extensive' Stock of Shoes Ever Brought to Oameron. mm x* . #*? .<5 p": jp#: x« , &*• ?*•: fSt THE LINES carried by us are the very best made in the United States, and include such famous makers as Edwin Olapp, the Manss Shoe, Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co., W. L. Douglass, Freedman • Bro's., for men, and the La France, one of the most celebrated lines of popular priced shoes in America for women. & tSA *2$ *%• ji? #<*? fJ5 H#; 2**« $*: x« . f« : mmlB fjf; . #*♦ §1! RS • : 5"; ?A1 jyt: sS $ ll ii'ftV ••s x* tii p . «*v *v. We have secured the agency for the celebraced La France Shoe, they are full of style and wear and we want every lady to see them, they are guaranteed to give satisfaction in every^particuiar. Ladies La France Shoes in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1904

•v r t" * 1 ' ■ ¥ v'l.:, '\d■ '' 'r- C ^ . — W : i;. h 'CM ^,1 ,jf f' F- ' f ■ •••? • fe-.: ir . v' #' —i - miiii(hwm| ••."■■ -X%5™ Hr*** -*<*>*,14, a %r L.. . nn. V ELECTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an eleo- tion will be held at the white school house In the town of Davllla on the 8th day of October, 1004 for the pur- pose of determining whether or not paid town ot Davllla may form an in- corporation for tree school purposes only, to be named Davllla Indepen- dent School District, and the territory to be so incorporated described by metes and bounds as follows; Begin- ning at a point on the 8 bank of Dona- hoe Creek where the dividing lines oi the lands of Mrs. Bliaw and H. Me- wblnney cross said creek; thence B lb W 1607 vrs to the J. W. Shannon N W corner; '■thence S 71 E with Bhannon N line 750 vrs; thence B 10 W 1046 vrs io corner between Leon and Henningtou; thence 8 10 E with Hennlngton' B E line 200 vrs to the N line ol Dancllfs laud; thence with said N line...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1904

mm t! B ft ft • * • !fl > > to rn m m \ AUTUMN IS HERE. * SXiXl>S>3KSXlXSO(B(f>3XS>®®ij««XS>C«a>®®ai9%>i3>rS(9'9®<S>i|)afeMl>®(i>iS(3X£HSSxSV3>3XS>S>vS>Ce S^M^iSKje® > ^ AND WE ABE READY to give you the latest Styles in Dress Goods, Trimmings etc. Our Stock of new goods was a little late in getting here, but they are now on our shelves and counters and we assure you that our clerks are ready to show you the latest novelties as well as the staple styles in Dress Fabrics; and the best of all, is our prices are right. Gaston-Sprinkel Mer- cantile Company has spared no pains in placing before the public a line of goods that can be de- pended on. Buyers will do well to call at our Store before making their fall purchases. New Silks. We have placed on sale some new novelties in waist patterns and for full suits, prices ranging from 50c to $1.00 per yard. Call and see them, they are beauties. DRESS GOODS—Our Line of New Dress Goods i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 29 September 1904

fife *■" ■:! I N Opening and Dress GoeJs Display, Friday, September 3©th, 1904, aWitm m by cam* mmmj/ncAmm Every suit made by Crouse & Brandegee, of Utica, N. Y., represents a progressive idea in Metropolitan Stylo. Every suit they make is as well made as a suit oan be, and aold at a pric^e whioh shames the oustom tailor. The little details are all carefully looked after, and the sizes are comprehen- sive enough to accomodate every type of man, The man who s hard to fit will find here a suit on our tables that was made for him, unless he's an altogether impossible prposi- tion. The man who is hollow in the back, the one who is slim and narrow chested, and the man with the sloping shoulders—all are provided for. The Crouse & Brandegee suits are not all made for A.pol- los, but are designed to fit the every-day fellows vil li little imperfections, and to take in the short and stout, the thin and loan, the man of five foot two and the big one over six. Prices 10.00 up to $18.00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

J ■"-w Established to Elndure—Citizens* National Bank. Volume 24* No. 51* CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 1906. Whole Number 1249 SAN GABRIEL. The Old Kentucky Re - Union. Thresher's Accident, and Many Other Items of Interest to the General Public. r 1 San Gabriel, Texas, Junfl 11th. Jim Clark says that "If it rains soon, and the crows will divide fairly, and his family doesn't eat too many roasting ears, we'll have one 'turn out of corn' to take to mill.'' When it comes to the subjeot of ootton; he wants a list of adjectives that will bo suf• ficiently expressive without the addition of qualifying profanity. In the absence of such a list he is like ' 'the little boy that the calf run over." "The Old Kentuckian's Re- union" will depopulate our country for a short time. Those who left for Louisville today were, Dr. and Mrs. Whit- field with granddaughter, Miss fBarare in tow, Messrs H. F. Baird, Jim and Charlie Stigall, Mat Lawson and Hume Davis. Misses Lela Fulton and Ber- nice B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

1 I p 1 1 w I; r ( u> 1 ■ i- ■ t i i f i [OE [OX [Ol [OE [OE [OE O o o SUMMER COMFORT Depends for a large part on the kind of clothing you wear. Wearing apparel that is in keeping with these heated days is the only kind to be considered now. This store is ready to supply your needs with the right kind of warm weather wearables i ■ . Are : , Good Shoes. for your boya. VACATION WEAR. Fit1 Right, Looks Eight, and last, but not Least, they Wear Right. Kid and Calf Leather, $2.50 Under Muslins Under Priced. The newest and most beautiful styles in muslin underwear, at prices that are worth your investigation. Correctly made and neatly trimmed garments, and all properly fashioned whether from the plain serviceable or the daintiest linens. CHEMISES, of good nainsook, good embroidering or lace trimming. All nicely piade garments, 75c values for 65c, $1.25 values 1.00, and the 1.50 values $| 25 now DRAWERS—Good quality cambric and Nainsook, trimmed with lace or embrodering, the 65c values ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

Immense Bankrupt Sale at A. J. Wag'iier ®, Co's We have bought the P. L. Bergum stock of Merchandise at the remarkable price of 35c on the dollar and we are going to give the public the most tremendous bargains ever known in Cameron. Come and see and be convinced of what we say. * Commencing' Thursday, June 21st And Ending' on Sturday, July 1st * * JUST THINK FOR A MOMENT WHAT IT MEANS TO BUY FOR 35c ON THE DOLLAR Suetson Hats, worth $7.50, only $3.98 Fine Shirts, worth 1 .OO, only 38c Fine Shoes worth $4.00, only $2.25 Good Shoes, worth 3.00, Only $1.75 THESE ARE ONLY PRICED AS A SAMPLE OF WHAT WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU. This is Positively the Biggest Money Saving Sale ever placed in your City, and you can not afford to miss it. Read This—It Is Something For Nothing. w°rth of merchandise will be thrown from the top of our building, and will cost you nothing except tj/jV/vytVyV/ the trouble of pickking it up. Remember the date and time—Thursday Horning, June 2l8t from 8 until 9 o'clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

Announcements. I The Hemic! iu authorized to make the follow lug announcements for office •nbjt t)t to the action of the Democrat- ic primaries, to oe held Saturday, July 28th. Kor Congress, (ith District: RUFUH HARDY T. S. HENDERSON RICHARD MAYS Kor Representative: K. A. CAMP IKK LOONKY Kor District AI loruey: J. M. RALSTON Kor District Clerk: T. C. BTAFPORi JAS. HOOKS Kor (Sheriff: J. E. H0LT201.AW ROBT. TODD N. B. MCKINNEY Kor Tax Collector: A. W. TABER * Kor Tax Assessor: JIM PATE JOHN A. 8HAPAR1' R. 8. WILEY Kor County Treasurer W A. NAB0UR8 JNO. H. KIRK Kor County Clerk: JEFF T. KEMP Kor County Judge: JNO. WATSON O. L, KIDD Kor County Attorney BAM LITTLE For County Superintendent: W. 0. GILLI8 Kor Justice of the Peace Precinct No. I, ED. ENGLISH Precinct Mo. 2, C. C. WHITE For Commissioner: Precinct No. I, W. C. ROHM R. W. CAOE Precinct No t, W. C. WIE8E DAVID H. 8MITH I'ntcinct No. 3, A. B. AIN8WORTH Kor Constable: 1'raoinct No. I, JOE LUCE C. V. HUFFMAN JNO. T. (JAM BILL W. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

■■X': OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County, City, Church, Lodge*. COUNTY OFFICERS. JttlW It. H. PO"l« Sheriff It. ToiM Uistru-i I lcrk Ins. Hix>k« County Clerk Jt-ll T. Kimii|. IrrMiiriir VV. A. NalMinrt County Attorney S. (i l.ltil' Tax Auk n or las. I've Tax Collector ..... . A W lalior County Surveyor Quinn Walker County Sun rime .ilent ijratiain U lii CummiMioiie M JW.tJ K o t* V .Joilliiml CummiMtOntta... ( vv c YVeUe, W.J. l.une. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor Secretary an>t Trea urer Tax Collector Marshall I It Wolf C. P. lteaty lleury Y. Moor A.t Hooks LODGES. A I'.it.l., Lirtl.K III\ Kit ( IIAI-fKU HO. I'm, Meets the t'ourt.i Friday niglit of eaeli month. Blue l.oilne u.e,ae Tuur.rlft.v night on Mr be fore full moon. * III? IV, MILAM tODI.S NO. lit"). Mueu uycry Monday nittlit. lien Strum, C. C. c 1' H aiy, K of It & S 1. <1 O K CiMKlluM KM IMI UKNT NO. HH MeeLi !in(l and ttli Monday night In each month. I'dtrlaichij visiung ciiy sri- invited. Cameron Lodge No Mi —Meet* every Thur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

r " I £ $ $ I I $ $ REMEMER THE DATE THURSDAY JUNE 21st to JULY 1st 1906. Heady Made Notions Almost Given Away. Calicoes for Garments. White Duck Skirts worth $1.50, sale prioe 89c White Linen Skirts, former price 82, sale price $1.29 Whito [Underskirts, former price 75o, sale price 47c White UnderBhirts, regular price $1,25, sale prioe 89c Corset Covers, former prioe 3oo, sale price 21c Ladies hand bar.ge. white, formerly 35o, sale prioe 18c White purses, former prices 65c, sale priec 38c Whito purses, former prioes $1.25, sale price 79c 10 Papers pin 10 Papers hairpins 10 Spools thread 10 Bu. Finishing braid 10 Lead penoils Open and shut fans Ink tablets Pencil tablets Writing ink Pen holders, 2 for Good thimbles, 2 for 10 Fane only 6 Cakee toilet soap Coat springs Sleeve holder, 2 pair for Boston garters Whittemore Jpolish, 3 for Whittemore polish, 25c size 10 Men's handkerchiefs Gold collor buttons. 0 for Buster Brown Belts Ladies' vests, 0 for Cotton huok towles, per pair... 10...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

nal^.sflu ■r^ FOR TE.N DAYS ONLY § § HATS, HATS. For Everybody. UNDERWEAR. For Men and Boys. Millinery DeiJ&rt 1116111 ^ ^at "ne we are go'n^ to'^e best va'ues that have ever 1 * give you values that will never (been shown in Cameron. Get be duplicated. Be the first on here early and pick up the best hand and get the cream of values.'values. John B. Stetson hats (Big Four Styles) 500 mens brown Balbriggan shirts, in white and hlflfk. Fnrmpr nripp $7.50. worth 3K nnH 50 pontc Qivao w \a Ladies' Trimmed Hats will be sold at the greatest reduction ever made in the Millinery De- partment. Not one hat will be held back. They are all going to be sold. This is positively the last opportunity you will have to buy this class of goods at such a reduction. Read The Prices They are Convincing Argument All $10.00 hats will go. Sale price $4.98 All hats former price $7.50. Sale price $3.98 Regular values at #6.00. Sale price $2.98 All hats former price $4.00. Sale price $1.98 Hats that sell f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

- %-v -*• THROTTLING NIAGARA FALL8 DAMASCUS THE UNTOUCHED Gigantic Community of Financial In- terests Wiping Out World's Wonder. In World's Work, French Slrotber describes the Influences that bear on Niagara falls ami threaten their de- struction. Prom this article, "Shall Niagara Be Saved?" the following quo- tation Is taken: "TbUH we swing the complete circle of Interests that are centered around the incident of Niag- ara falls. The same Interests control tbe railroads, the electrical supplies companies, and the power companies. And In tbe midst of this gigantic com- munity of financial Interests, whose operations are already of momentum sufficient ultimately to tax the power- producing capacity of Niagara, stand the falls—not as a magnificent monu- ment to the pride of the United States in a glory of nature, but as the 168- foot drop of 224,000 cubic feet of water per sccond, transmutable into 5,000,- 000 electrical horsepower for the uses of an Industrial monopoly. That we, as a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

b. p atkinson. SOI n. h. butts. The Cameron Grocery Store MEW GOODS Fine Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs to the . . $1.00 Sugar Cane Barrel Syrup per gallon . . 50c Sugar Cane Seed per bushel . . . . . . 85c K- We handle a good line of Feed Stuff. We study the trade, don't run anything else hence can furnish the best the market affords. Fresh Vegetables every Wednesday and Saturday. Try our S. PREMIUM HAMS. We carry Telmos Brand of Canned Peas and Corn. Have you tried our "EMPRESS" Brand of Flour. A High Patent Flour, best on the market . . $1.25 Remember we are Running Strictly an Eating House and its Up To You if You Don't get Something Good to Eat. o o o II O telepone no. 95. Cameron. Grocery Store, cameron,texas. { Ufti-—=3fli am id I ioi ifltaoi—-ine^y—gol trnl Some Specials In the Newest Ideas in Embroidery and Lingerie Hats, and some of the swellest styles in Ducks. :: :: :: & A New Line of Leghorns, Chips and Tuscans. Everything in My House at a Re-' duced Price. MllS.MAZIEL.SI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

Sale Commences Thursday June 21st, and Ends July 1st. teu WE ARE GOING TO GIVE YOU A FEAST IN BARGAINS. MEN'S CLOTHING AT 35 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.—Just take your pencil and figure out what that means on a $10.00 Suit. In black and white it will mean $10.00 for $3.50. The suits in wool crash, in light and darg colors, sizes 34 to 42. Bankrupt Sale Price $3.50. Another value in Men's Clothing two piece suits in wool crash light and dark shades, size 32 to 38. Former price $6.50 and $ 10.00. Bankrupt sale price $2.48 Lot 3147, Men's solid grey suits with over plaid effect, square cut, middle vent. Popular spring lengths. Former price $8.50, size 32 to 40. Bankrupt sale price $5.48 Lot 7620, Men's blue serge suits, single or double breasted. Popular spring middle vent, serge lined, a good value at $12.50, sizes 34 to 40. Bankrupt sale price $6.98 Lot 7627, Men's two piece suits in blue serge Popular spring lengths, sack coats, skeleton lined. A big value at $15.00, size 34 to 40. Bank- r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

fgfag % % m m % f & m m *> 'n « 5s ye lid 'es i>- t11" ta- |el ?r- [of lie bts 1* %d LS ? iP— T her |nt i)re re- ind ot I of png the ,yor lace Cere jos- «ng Hid ted per- DOk in's ried W. it/ \b \t/ & it/ it/ Hit it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ it) it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ it/ The Praetorians Is a National Order with Headquarters at ^ Dallas, Texas. ^ The Praetorians are members of Fraternal Congress. Fraternal Congress has established a rate for Fraternal Orders to go by, and these rates are sufficient to carry them and remain the same as at age of entry and restricted to monthly payments limited to twelve per annum. I CAniMP EEATIIREQ No per capita tax. Men and women accepted on equal terms. Only the best risks and the most moral class of LLHUI llU I EH I U ll tO""""people accepted. Guaranty fund. Regular monthly payments limited to twelve per annum. Restricted to healthy territory. Strict medical examination. Low death rate. Payments high enough to be safe. Beautiful ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 14 June 1906

"%1b. ( . 9HH i Pf; W ■El Mfipi .;'■ ;.i. . «"r- It8£W&0 ■SEa I <••'' ' t jjugil KS . t: j '"■ •'■• i®w' % pi' MM HP i i,; I J ' >' > m m Mi- ' m 1SR mh Wfoi A a i*i get: y«v •V. V « fe « M Greater June Business nar--yq is^y,-a-gi Planned Than Ever. S* Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Promptly Refunded, s* Surprising Special Values in all sorts of moft seasonable merchandise. Every department has offers of vivid interest to the shrewd buyer. Summer Dry Goods for Men, Women and Children at Remarkably Low Prices, right at the very begin- ning of the time, these goods will be moft useful to you, we offer them at remarkable sacrifice prices and not only is low price a powerful incentive, quality is above the average in every instance. Without a single exception, varieties are broadly iplete—every little touch of elegance and style is here. You who have already taken advantage of the wonderful bar- 1 ■ 11 f _ 1.1._ - . A A A a a M I ««k A m A m A U M A* «!• —AA M A V A T AM ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

ill >i||| im Wji M Jta 1 \ an tail tfiC SL.J "V c t ■ oc - c- "y^C Established to Endure—Citizens' National Bank. / if i /, c * I ^ THE CAMERON HERALD. Volume 24* No. 52. CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1906. Whole Number 1250 BrancHville. Miss Alice Smith is dangerous- ly ill. Mrs. Mary Howard and ohild- ren of Mart are visiting Mrs. L. L. Blaylock this week. Mrs. Howard is one of Branchville's old girls. Miss Fannie Mae Looney's most oharming friends of Belton spent several days with her last week. Those present were, Mr. Sneed Blanton, Misses Mabel Bassel and Ethel Walker. Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Looney entertained the young people. The evening was spent with music, recitations and laughter. All reported an enjoyable time. We always do enjoy ourselves at Mr. Looney's home. "At least I do." Won- der why? I truly hope that Miss Dannie Mae's Belton friends will visit har again soon, (and I know that she does, especially one anyway) then perhaps we will have anot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cameron Herald — 21 June 1906

A n nou nee men ts. The Herald i* authorised to mak* the tol lowing announcements for office autjiet to the aotion of the Democrat- ic primaries to ne held Saturday, July 28th Kor Congrew, 0th District: RUFU8 HARDY T. 8. HENDERSON RICHARD MAYP Kor Representative: E. A. CAMP IKE LOONEY Kor Flortorlal ttepr«jneututive CLIKORD BBALY Kor District Attorney: J. M. RALSTON J. 8. EORD Kor District Clerk: T. C. STAFFORD JAS. HOOKS Kor Hheriff: J. E. HOLTZCLAW ROBT. TODD N. B. MCK1NNEV Kor Tax Collector: A.W. TABER Kor Tax Assessor JIM PATE JOHN A. 8HAPARD R. 8. WILEY Kor County Treasurer: W A. NABOURF JNO. H. KIRK Kor County Clerk: JEFF T. KEMf Kor County Judge: jno, watpon . O. L. KIDD Kor County Attorney SAM LITTLE Kor County Superintendent: W. G. OILLIS Kor Justice of the Peace Preelnot No. 1, ED. ENGLISH I'rocinct Mo, 2, C. C. WHITE Kor Commiasioner: l*reclnct No. 1, W. C. ROSS R. W. CAGE I'rnolnct Ho. 2, W. C. WIE8E DAVID H. SMITH I'raelnot No. ri, A, B. AINSWORTH Kor Constable: ('reoln...

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