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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

'- '. tf udaREsai ft u Ha ,n nvihnnirvni nfA linntn -. iWTI ,ffiffic"Nm-rex UVnierence Texas' p6wei: rtnd Light Co.- tffe- ' f ' t id todaV it expects to meeti SO IVieet 111 TOrt 11 summer electric demands by I ustomers in the company's 61 j VVhrtll IlltlP aIh ...,. ...i ..,,.. " " " u-" " " "We have enough plant ca pability and ace reasonably suro of obtaining the necessary a- mounts of oil, hgmto and nat- ural gas to avoid any electric power shortages this summer," Carlos Love, TP&L vice presi- dent in charge of generation said. "Of course, there is al-1 ways the possibility that our fuel supply could be cut drasti- cally by suppliers," Lovfc ex plained. "But, at this point, wo don't think that is very likely." Currently, TP&L's gas deliver- ies are being curtailed 25 per cent by Lone Star Gas Co., and 50 per cent by Coastal States Producing Co. Love said that on severly hot days gas deliveries to TP&L could be curtailed to a greater degree. These curtailments, are not...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

V. V U( Mv ts to If. f 1 V F" ' It f is t . Mr. Voter Let Us Have Your Thoughtful Consideration. DI3TRIST JUDGE P. M. SPANN. JUDGE F. M. SPANN Will Be and Should Be Retained As District Judge. BECAUSE In the short time he has been our District Judge he has made a wonderful rec- ord for service and efficiency. REMBMBER He is a young man, ambitious, active and an earnest student with the best of his life's service for the people still to come. BECAUSE He has been tried and tested in the heart of six months of the most sternuous . - .court ever held by any Texas judge and has been found true, worthy and well qualified, not wanting in any particular. REMEMBER You might make a mistake in trying an un- tried judge. We have a good judge why not keep him? BECAUSE He is a broad gauged, level-headed, fair, just, impartial a good lawyer and a born jurist. REMEMBER That he has a head of his own; no man or set of men can or will run his court for him. He knows his duty, he is fearless in doing h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 July 1916

'JH-ter tji . .. mimmsti ijftH - rw?n as M O o . Y. 3 ? B . ' K""S f As 1 IP, i la ' t ,o t (fr J! iV. , itv ,: tv IH-, i. f EiV. . v Sr f,1 17. r I 'H Ctlebratcd 25th Wedding Anniversary. At their comfortable home ,nbrthwe-t of Bartlett, where they located twenty -Ovo years KO.Mr. and Mrs. Wm Zschios- l chie, celebrated th6tr twenty H nny wedding anniversary iubi c Friday July 14, by entertaining ? aomp.thintr over 150 of their friends, with a sumptuous feast. U At-, an onrlv hniir in th dnv the fe ' ,. guests began to arrive at the home, and by the noon hour, most of them had put in their appearance, when all were in- !l vited to the great table ladened r V with oil fho ornnri fhlncrq to pjlt. i"- v Rev. Bogisch presided at the table. In the afternoon the hours were pleasantly spent in social converse, until late, when ,n. all rlnnnrtnrl tvianincr thfi hnnr f "' and hostess many more years of nappiness. Mr. and Mrs. Ztchiesche were . t-Vio rnnintinntn nf mnnv Vipnntiflll gifts in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

H:3 tw .. . v T V.' AND NfeWS I?- ;$l P. GATES,-Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No, . PM f y M : ir.1 l" - - m ft MV KM-' S , .,,. kf f! VI , ,' ': ir m - ifcfvA' ( t. 8 ' w . 1 rir y..' WUllMISON GEfS 1 FIRST BALE COTTON1 :' ntwlpr, Teias. July 25. -The ,i Jtot Safe oi 'cotton marketed in : 'WiJlfenW bounty of the 1916 cftopurMcfyed- Taylor late Mon- djK afternoon and the second bide arrived shortly afterward. ttnryJRoos gets the honors for " the first bale.; raised on his farm . " in", th.Bwersville community, . "" southeast of Taylor. The second bale was raised in the same n!wghborhooi on the J.'Melasky eetate'farm and was marketed ' jointly by Frank Savoda and, jcrBiin 'VHCi lino jviu o muv bale js several days earlier than utuai; the early days of August rgwierally marking the', receipt ji ofithe first bale. Copland's First Bale. ., TJoiapland, Texas, July 25. 7ThVfirst bale of cotton was brought' into Cpup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

yT 4: ," ut&K vV t '? a m 'c l 'J he tribune And News FRIDAY. MULY 28, 191G A "" It lodks like an ice factory for Bartlett; ' Lots of folks gre blue, but not "true blue,'" if ygu please. The desk clock and electric light have .been combined in a new space savinj? office convergence. v .Did you ever notice how anxious some people are to re form others, while they never attempt to reform themselves. The Primary Vote In 1906 the total primary vote was 294,106. In 1908 Campbell received 206, 031 and Cumby Williams 119,378, a total of 825,416 votes. In 1910 Colquitt, Poindexter, Johnson, Davidson and Jones di- vided 358,476 votes. .In 1912 the votes of Colquitt and Ramsey was 394. H52. In 1914 Ferguson, Ball and Morris received 435,299 votes, and Ferguson's plurality over Ball was 45,504 ' Hi every, fellow pays his debts there was about as much money w.qn as there was lost last Satur- day. Just so it's still in circula- tion, . r ' 'If you will notice, these fellows who, are always t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

$X2 YJTiP '.A ' ", . it ' ', W"t , m ' A'' . a?Ji ItVf- '1 V $'" Wc' Jv- ,'.' ' ' s I? I f ' Han KSI TWO TRAGEDIES IN KNOX COUNTY u v i. Goree, Texas, Julv 23, A - double trngndy was enacted in S'the neighborhood of Gilliland, near here,- yesterday afternoon. M a rdsult. J. W. Atkins, far- Jnier of that community, and a man named Miller, his son-in-law, aro dead. According to information- re ceived here. Miller" attacked his father-in-law with a shot gun, H inflicting fatal wounds, and then flashed his own throat. .Both , died' instantly. r The cause of the shooting is '.unknown. '; Goree, Texas, July 23. Eliza ' Daniels is dead and Grace Jones is held in the county jail at Ben- jamin in default of bond as a re- sult of a cuttiny affray in front i oi the First National Bank here , yesterday afternoon,. The1 Dan- ' iels woman was stabbed through ' the heart with a pocket knire. It (is understood the trouble resulted . from a family quarrel.',. ,-, Probst-Joiner '' Cards were received...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

wimm fmf?fW.www-? n Wk"rWlK"HRH -i ir i II II - w;"- &tr: '.J iFV u V A- a 1 f o - ;, u ? w The Tribune And News ' FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1916 1 ' Judge Jas. R. Hamilton won in the race for district judge in the 'election Saturday. W. P. Dunham, who formerly lived at Pecan, was elected rep- resentative of Coryell county last Saturdfy. The people havespoken and the election is over. Let us all go to work for the upbuilding of ,our town and country. The second primary will be held August 26, with Colquitt and Culberson in the race for "United States Senate. It's an awful jump from Dr. Brooks to Colquitt or Culberson. But it can "be did." The per- formance will take place August 26. A. D. 1916. v Hon. Walter D. Caldwell of Travis county was elected state senator from the Twentieth dis- 'trict by a handsome majority last Saturday, and the district made no mistake. it 1 a In the election of V. F. Norris as the justice of peace of his precinct Buda probably has the youngest justice in the S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

WW?;? & & 2s r f A Sale of Summer Dress Goods ' m " it LAST CALL 5 , . VI i ivt. ) SfSl iww '-te Jr-lif 'Kse mi wfh The World Holds Nothing Better J i - - "' ' '" ' T""". """' 'Z than.a modern, thoroughly equipped farm run on a strictly scientific basis and It's smiles are always kindly for the successful toiler in It's Great Out-Of Doors. ' A BANK ACCOMNT is the which the up-ta-date farmer cannot afford to be without. We earnestly solicit your account, Mr. Farmer, ane you're always welcome at OUR BANK. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. iL't . M.a.a.MMBini n 4nnni e onri uumviinui LUunLu C1IIU I tiwunnii" , Mrs. L. L. Usry and children visited relatives at Holland Sun- day. t Just remember Lawrence Bros 'when you need coal oil, only 10c per gallon, " Chas. Malechek has returned ? .from Austin County, where he ' had been for some time encaged ' in carpenter work. V Best grade duck 12c. Sacks : 7 1-2 ft and 9 ft. -Walton Dry ' Goods co. f Mr. arid Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

rzw V t- w w Ah' v.; fr'' ', '('. ' .. ? IM J fr 'fe c t ' R-W if, . a- X ! ' .a & WE SELL HEALTH It mav sound a bit startling, but it is true. We have the remedies for correcting slight ail- ments and preventing serious sickness. By a judicious use of these expensive remedies you retain your robust health and vitality, ajid at the same time prevent the expense and worry incident to poor health. A dollar's worth of prevention is worth a hundred dollars worth of cure. I L eatkerman U'rug ijO. I '? -k" LOCAL GOSSIP T. W. Poynor of Waco, was here this week on business. N. K. Smith and Woodie Rown- tree were Waco visitors Sunday. &.OST Parasol, gold handle, . black top. Lost on Clark street Thursday. Finder please return to Tribune office for reward. M. C. Cox, Cameron, Texas, R. F. D. 1. Mayor and Mrs. Stanton Allen and children were Salado visitors Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. tockton, at Eddy, July 4th, a aughter. Mrs. Stockton was ormerly Miss Emma Knight, Well known i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

SCSI w , '-'' m m Rvfc y v MVJ&. fi? ,A'; ijffiii, 1.UJH! ,'?li!iWHM! CHARGE TO GRAND JURY. Tn charging the Rrand' jury ywi(or- U, instructed It on the question "of the en- ?' lorrMneril of, jirohlbltlort In lien coun ty, a follows: , Gentlemen1 1 dewlrp to call your at- tention specially to tlio question of local option" or prohibition and Its cn- foToonient In Dell county. By a do- ttlalv majority tha pcoplo of this coun- ty have adopted prohibition, and by their' votes have declared that they i : flenitt;. the sale of Intoxicating liquor. Jtiroh)lted In this county. Their will thus HbxprMmed should bo; rcspectou and will be respected by-nll law abid ing ojmens anu inoso wno win mil iu- peot It must bo mode to do so by the HcfXenforcemcnt of the law with the ;uriiMnfitqtIon of tho penalties pro- Vldeil! by tho law, Our laWs are ado- djViali, if appllod, to effectively pro- Jiiblrihe sale of llqUor In prohibition terrl&ry, and It Is my desire that It bo ' M(f$id throughout ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

"K "?vY $iw $W r ) i, $ .4- k htbttioi. Vt NirltiltlliHii. Ifcmoto. Tex.. Dae. SX.-Thi final ftctt inconnectidn with the riuuiffu ration of prohibition in llell county. is on in Temple with vm boxing, and shipping else- frtiflt of furniture and fixtures rar ,used by the twenty that were in operation the "wet" period. $0i carloads were shipped jhere today for Houston, Buckholts. Eaele Pass and iints. Some owners have Rtheir fixtures temporarily final disposition can be of same. nHrangements are being made hiricate all the buildings until ritly occupied by saloons be- January 1 in order to avoid lug iurtner rent. jNinecy cent of the leases on build- ra contained what.is Btyled the ..wViiKifirr nlnlian " arViioVi nil- l.iwmu.w.w.. v.v, .... . latically cancels the , lease when prohibition is adopted. So far as can ascertained no new tenants have been obtained for I. m lny of the vacant business I - T r houses. In4ift4at School lft- trkts Arc Benefitted. Austin, Tex.r Dec. 28. ihe eight...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

'"CT. ",'-,; M irt 'W.osv '? HrflPSW fFSwf! a !'.. 'r 6- '" . , ' '-WtT 0 i. " Jbu . A. I 5 Mr. ; Ik x Bell Contest Practically Settled. -'6 TTily, rn. Ti.tn OO X75l-Vi S:-. ACIUIJI 1CA, uu.jru. ..,.. .twenty precincts out of fifty- Ji . thrift minHincr. indications noint E to tho nomination of the follow ing officers of Bell Uounty wnere , Snnntaata nnrniraA' 1? M Rlinnn. ; A' irttot-oinf Affnrrinv Mnllnrv Rlnir. ' '.County Judge; H. P. Robertson, :" Jr., County Attorney; A. C, " ' Buchanan. State Senator; P. B. fe'j.MadiBofi, County Clerk, re-elect- & V Vnt of Public Instruction, re- K Elected. Lot Us Have A Picnic Durins the period between the laying by of the corn crop and the picking of cotton, why not have a big jollification picnic, a regular got to-gether affair to which all folks in the Bartlett community would be especially invited, while those from else where would not be denied ad mission? Such an affair might be tho medium for forming the basis of a real, strong, ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 July 1916

., s '' Pf & ELECTION RETURNS vr SffC PRIMARY 'l ECf ION RETU! X ' 55H555H3 :NS Complete" returns from Bell eountv in the primary election will not be available before Sat- ttrdav. Some of the boxes have completed their counts and turn- h d the results in to the democatic chairman. Judge Felts, without rtwktnRv duplicate tabulations, mod these reports will have tore- sftfein locked up until 9 o'clock Saturday morning, when the to- tals in' the county vote will be summed up and. announced. One box in Temple Bently Hill, Ward'2-is among this number, and no idea as to the yot- '.inj? in that box can be had. , ' Prom the results already tab- ulated, however, the county and precinct officers for the ensuing two' years will be as follows: ' District Clerks -E. E. Up- shaw (no opposition.) County Judge-Mallory Blair. fjounty Attorney Huling P. Robertson, Jr. County Clerk P. B. Madison. Sheriff-Hugh Smith (no op- ' imposition.) v - Tax Collector J. D. Nelson , (nn nnnoaititfn.'i ' t" r-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

i 'u U O " A-' f. AND NEWS s'M ; v . R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, IjRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1916. . $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No 10 V''" v '- ' 0 F ft Kf Ih It PRECINCT ELECTION CONTEST ON. Belton, Texas, Aueust 2. J. B, Daniel as attorney for Georpco Procter today filed a petition for contest in 'the primary election 'in commissioner of Beat No. 1. 1 1n the results of the demo- cratic primary election as de- clared by the county executive committee. W. P. Denman, can- didate for re-election, is shown 'as winning over Mr. Proctor the nomination for the office of com- missioner in a vote of 638 to 626. The contest filed is on the (nomination of Mr, Denman and was filed with G. M. Felts, county democratic chairman. The petition as filed challenges ome dozen individual voters, c 'ly.- cnargss lrreKuiurity in wo vut- ( sv. inor and countinc in Ward 1 Bel- ".ton, charges irregularity in counting in Belton east and west country, boxes; on account of the ' l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

mlm !W i i u ". Hi, l r fi. Ifc . .V nil ! W tk Uv i.. ft "T I The Tribune And News ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1916 J 4 . . fc - V ' . . ... ,..,,. i. I v$r xvvumcmi vote ior suumiBsiuu m h. . "Williamson county, for 2,031, a- ". "jpninst 2.594 ;' vThe "man-eatinR" sharks were . ,,t .very much in evidence in Texas .ST.rV ''-l!i:-.! !,, Intn nvimnrina if politics in the late primaries, 1 IHIIllll'n 111 LIIL' lUlk UL111IU11VWI aw seems. $ f'Bob Henry says that 60.000 J i' r f votes he had a right to expect k&tf S ero "switched" on the night of , v?v July L paa aamissioni ic is possible the distinguished can- JiS "I'didate depended on ballots sub ject to manipulation. Corpus Ohristi Caller. ' And the anti-Ferguson folks talk since the election remind us yery forcibly of the anti-Bailey folks talk after the Bailey cam- paign in Texas a few years ago, when they made the consoling 'W' remark: "Well, we gave him a i,' ", K II of a rebuke, anyway." But notwithstanding, Joseph Weldon "keeps 'a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

ii!?pjp ! .t VM M j ""' ".'.,, , , 'n r, i J- A" Wn) h: ' W r. '..' Jsbt. . .th; it ' m , . ? !f "i1 mJ i ,-'.' IB fi. k'X Vi r JwT X IV J. 4 ' s'.- tc i . ii W h 1 .i ' . "t , 9Hs - i - v ' If", i K?7' i m . Ka.-tAt ir; I f s. I...- ' -:&. '). - 1 . ' Mr. who Mr. one Pate w A Palestine' Man And His Road. As practically everyone in Palestine knows Mr. Thomas Cronin, so long identified with this, city we believe a short write up of his new venture- buying up a whole railroad, will be interesting to our,' readers. The Eiartlett-Western railway is, a short line 23 1-2 miles long, running from the town of Bart- lett on theM. K. & T. to Flor- ence, another considerable town southwest. Mr. Gordon Broyles and Cates were the engineers surveyed this line, and Chas J', Grainger was at time interested in the road, so it has always been known in .estine. The road runs through one of the richest sections- of the black land region, and every acre along the line practically is in a high st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

fy-- 'A a (l "7 fi X A -' r, a o a i f ' ".' V 1, (I t - , C!5 The Tribune And News FRIDAY. AUGUST 4, 1916 It is hard tenpush the truth off the platform. Bring your cotton to Bartlett, j?in your cotton in Bartlett and sell your cotton in Bartlett. It is not wrong for man to have money provided he gets it honestly and uses it wisely, The trouble comes when money has the man. The election is over the cotton season is on, and the prospects for a bumper crop were never brighter than now. Bartlett merchants are going to pay the highest market price for your staple, and sell you goods cheap- er than you can buy else where. "Trade here and watch old Bart- lett go. t We are told that cotton seed will open this year at $45 per ton With cotton at 13 cents and seed at $45 we do not see the necessity of taking up a collection for the cotton raiser who ha few acres of good cotton. Bay City Tribune. Bell County's Delegates. Every war in which the Unit ed btates ha3 engaged has pro- duced a presid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

V f ) ' ' ' V ' run ;ft ; V&v f r ' -T-" ' '' : '"V ' J -"' " r "' ' '- Ir (ifi ' tl 83 r1 . if I The World , Holds Nothing Better than a modern, thoroughly equipped farm run on a strictly scientific basis and It's sniiles are always kindly for the successful toiler in It's Great Out-Of Doors. A BANK ACCOMNT is the latest farm equipment and one which the up-to-date farmer cannot afford to be without. We earnestly solicit your account, Mr. Farmer, ane you're always welcome at OUR BANK. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. 10CALS and PERSONALS Messrs Fred Montgomery and. Frank Overby made a business to Ft Worth this week. Mrs. Duglas McKenzie and children are visiting relatives and friends here this week. ' Car of Belle ot Wichita flour just received at Lawrence Bros: Mrs. Parker and Miss Lehella Jones have returned from Min- eral Welis. t Cor of Albatross flour just re- ceived at Lawrence Bros. Mrs. E. E, Gilliam visited re- latives in Temple this" week. R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

(vt "W . v r '. . . ft.' ,'jj.i-" . , . j .. '-n w.r wt i , -. , , i ' . . . J ' . V -if . ., fr Ci J te,V' m. F- !$ JdM r w- fcvr iV i.i. Y 1 " u i h c i r r ' . "I , - . i i , rr- r ' ri 1 " ' r-Y--" rrr- CI ii 'S 1 I1 ''If - ' ' 1 ' . i . .. . 1 j WE .SELL 11 L rL I fl It may sound a bit startling, but it is true. We have the remedies for correcting slight ail- ments and preventing serious sickness. By a judicious use of these expensive remedies you retain your robust health and vitality, arid at the same time prevent the expense and worry incident to poor health. A dollar's worth of prevention is worth a hundred dollars worth of cure. JLeatr iierman LOCAL GOSSIP W. P. Allison of near Holland orders the Tribune for a year. ForSale 100 cords dry post al oak atove wood at $3.60 per cord ,-. Ut IIJ.V UWC. C ', iiiiica CU31 ui Davilla. A. M. Hodee, Work will begin this week on making an addition to the German-English school biulding north of town, in order to ac- commodate the increa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

T 'iy ITV' , -T w Total SutwVott. j , v"With practically complete re- turn&'from ttib primary election, "" it seems assured that submission has carried by a small majority. The totals on the State ticket are as, follows: ' " Submission-For 172,625, a- gainst 170,163, J!or Governor: C. H. Jdbrris 167,229. , Jus E. FerRUson, 231,672 l?or United Senator: , T.M. Campbell 64,272 r John Davis 9,919 R. L. Henry 35,753 ! S. P. Brdoks .... ...77,246 . Chas. A. "Culberson, .83,977 0. B. Colquitt 115,439 For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court: Charles Jenkins 153.538 I Nelson Philips 220,123 ; ifor Associate Justice of the Sup- t i-eme (Court: JE. WHall , 176.960 , j. E. Yantis". 198,528 For Attorney General: Chas Rowland 47,026 Jno W. Woods.. 154,695 y ,B. F. Looney 179,844 For Railroad Commissioner: Jno. W. Robbins 96,386 . Rufus Daniel ..., 61,085 J Allison Mayfield 218.578 For State Treasurer: , W. E. Mnun 51,333 J. M. Edwards 193.996 ? Baker 124,428 "Foe Judge of Court of Criminal App...

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