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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

• • • • o Variety Is tHe Spice of Life This applies to our cigar as- sortment. We carry all the leading brands of domestic and - imported fillers. Our service is prompt, and we are always anxious to please the drop-in customer. Suppose you call in and let us prove to you how anxious we are to please you. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company We Call For and Deliver Your Prescriptions. f £>ocaY Rugs, 36x65, for 50 cents at W. V. MfcConnell's. It. W. C. Dupuy of Kennard is a guest of the Sheridans. Mrs. Thos. Self has returned from visiting at San Antonio. Mrs. H. J. Arledge has returned from the sanitarium at Trinity. * A complete, up-to-date abstract tf Aldrich & Crook. Reports from all gver the county indicate bountiful crops of all kinds. W. P. Harris spent Sunday and Monday at his former home in Luf- kin. Miss Dollie Farris and Miss Alice Foster left Monday night for Ten- nessee. a A Knox straw sailor, boys, and you are in it. W. V. McConnell sells them. It. Benton Roberts is spendin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

COMPLETE ACCOUNTING. iSw Hi '>■ ||| - ■ Professor—George, bow many sense* have we? George—Five senses and a non- sense. When Your Eyes Need Care Try Murine Kye Remedy. No Smartin*—Feela inoe— Act* Quickly. Try it (or Red, Week, Watery Eyee end Granulated Eyelid*. Iilua- trated Book In ea*>h Package. Murine la auaapoanded by oar Oculist*—no* * MP*ieni Med- loin "—bu need la Bog^afafTbjralelane' rr*e- Marine «ye Sahr* Jo Anoptlo Tabee, 1ta end Ma. Murine Bye Remedy Co., Chicago Henpecked Lion. Benham—Tbey made a lion of me. Mrs, Benham—Well, I'm a pretty fair sort of lion tamer. Garfield Tes promotes sod entures health. Try it to be convinced. Druggists keep it. Trouble never attempts to dodge tbose who are looking for It. RECORD OF A 6RERT MEDICINE Doctors Could Not Help Mrs. Templeton—Regained Health through Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound. Hooper, Nebraska. —"I am very glad to tell bow Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has helped me. For five years I suffered from female trou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

THE PEEVISH CHILD NEEDS TREATMENT When & child sulks drowsily, or is fretful, it is usually due to some slight disorder of the digestive organs, and a mild laxative is very often all that is necessary to restore cheerfulness and buoyancy of spirits. In cases where the use of a gentle, effective laxative stimulant is indi- cated, many of the best physicians are now prescribing Dr. Caidwell'B Syrup PepBin. This preparation is admitted- ly the perfect laxative, being mild, yet positive In its action on the bowels, and far preferable to violent cathart- ics and purgative waters. It is very pleasant to the taste and is an ideal remedy to regulate and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels. Its easy, natural action makes it especially de- sirable in the case of children, a dose at, bed-time being sure to have the de- sired result next morning, with no at- tendant unpleasantness or discomfort. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold by druggists everywhere in 50c and $1.00 bottles. If yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

'' — * &íi -¡ ' . - -• n-, n- fflgmx- ?^7fr\% C> ?1. Kv"^ *' -*v '■■ • " • •*" '" lt V • f s^fe' •- f> "'•■• IT KEPUBL1CANS. Ehki ftset, • Tsft Usa. Tato fe Gtrd Tmportrily-Mndi Bitterness ti Cviidce. Convention Hall, Chicago, June 18. —Senator Root was late this after- toon elected temporary chairman of the fifteenth National Republican Convention over Governor McGovem of Wisconsin. It was a victory for the Taft forces, who had been in control of the national committee and the plan for the organization of the convention. Senator Root was nominated by Chairman Rosewater of the national committee. Flinn of Pennsylvania, a Roosevelt leader, nominated Gov- ernor McGovern. The taking of the roll was a tedi- ous affair and was marked by numerous interruptions. The Penn- sylvania vote was counted twice because of a challenge of the first poll. It remained 12 for Root and 64 for McGovern. The Taft forces interpret the re- sult as a Taft victory. When the Washington vote was taken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

tai ver; nltr Libnty ®he Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. • Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JULY 4, 19lk VOLUME XXni—NO. 23. Ad Appeal. To the Democrats of Houston County: The present campaign for demo- cratic nominations is now in full blast and the time will soon be here when every democrat must register his choice for these nominations from Governor to Constable. The undersigned are not especially con- cerned in this address with any office except that of District Judge, but we, are very much interested in the race for that office, and there is every reason why, not only we, but every democrat in this county, should feel a particular pride in the selection of the nominee for that exalted position. And this reason is doubled, and even trebled and quadrupled, when it is remembered that we have a distinguished son of our own county who is an aspirant for the place. Judge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

. ,, ..iíf' ■ : rw^jíi: "•**: ■: '- * V • *« r:7 • 1 3Lv*.--4 NEWS THAT 18 N.EW8, WHEN IT IS NEWS, FOR ALL. FROM EVERY CORNER OF THE UNO Happenings the Wide World Over of Important Events Condensed to Good Reading. m*K- WASHINGTON NEWS. The threatened tie-up of the gov- ernment departments on July 1 be- cause oí the failure of congre to pasa the big appropriation bills is not likely to occur, according to cabinet officers, who believed that, in most instances employes of the depart- ments who hold their positions under statute can be kept at work after July 1, whether congress passes the appro- priation billa or not. President Taft has sent to the sen- ate nominations of Brigadier General W. W. Witherspoon, now in command of the department of the gulf, to be major general, and those of Clarence R. Edwards, now chief of the bureau of insular affairs; Colonel George F. Chase, now a detailed inspector gen- eral, and Colonel E. J. McClernand of the First Cavalry, to be brigadier general...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

EARLY SESSIONS OF THE DEMOCRATIC OPENING DAY ONE OF QUIET AND DELEGATES GATHERED SLOW- LY—LITTLE INTEREST. MANA POWER IN CONVENTION iThe Second Day Was One of Much Excitement for Delegates and Visitors—There Were Nu- merous Debates, Etc. Baltimore, Md.—The doors of the convention opened at 10 o'clock Tues- day morning, and a heavy rain was falling at the time. The crowd came slowly, and when the band began to play at 11 o'clock the galleries and the guests's section held only a scattered few. The dele- gates, as usual on the opening day of the convention, were slow in making their appearance. A pouring rain and a -scarcity of vehicles made progress from the hotels to the armory a some- what serious problem. Every one was expecting a great demonstration when Mr. Bryan ap- peared iu the hall, and all was quiet in anticipation. Word came to the con- vention that Mr. Bryan was continu- ing his conference right up to the hour of convening. Cardinal Gibbons entered the hall at 11:46 a. m....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

iPSPHppiVIPI Courier Wf;■ ¡M V, Wf:' $<*■■■■ ■ LÍM ' E" : m" S*Ji /H;"; *. ¡É it :• ' s • : W. W. AIKEN. the Courier Building. and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks and other matter not "news" will be charged for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- r nations of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. reactionaries made a very poor ¡ showing. Even Judge Parker, the { temporary chairman, claimed to be! a progressive. The democrat who I is not now a progressive is out of I harmony with the majority of his i party. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following announcements for office are subject to the democratic primary to be held in July: For District Judge John S. Prince Of Henderson County A. A. Aldrich . Of Houston County For State Senator W. J. Townsend, Jr. of Angelina County For County Clerk O. C. Goodwin G. R. Murchison .Nat E. Allb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

* * m FLY If it don't satisfy you, your money back quick! Price $1.00 gal. Qts.35c. Get a can NOW. SAVES LOSS AAKESPPOFIT We Call for and Deliver Your Prescriptions f V S.oc&\. tCe-oas. Rugs, 36x65, for 50 cents at W. V. McConnell'8. The revival at the Baptist church closed Sunday night. Joe Brown Stanton has returned from his visit to the old states. v A complete, tf up-to-date abstract. Aldrich & Crook. W. V. Davis of Route 2 was a recent caller at the Courier office. Many Crockett people will go to Weldon on the fourth to celebrate. A Knox straw sailor, boys, and you are in it. W. V. McConnell sells them Mrs. I. A. Daniel returned Friday morning from a visit to friends in Palestine. All the popular shades in lawns, linens and pongees at Craddock & Driskill's. Miss Beasley Denny is a member of Miss Reba Rich's house party at Lovelady. Miss Ruby Robinson of Point Blanc is visiting her sister, Mrs. Earle Adams Jr. ✓ It's economy to wear Linenwear hosiery. W. V. McConnell...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

p£i gg| IS ? i ——- £ v " ' C k-i ' ivi KlSpw SÉt :.'í v I .- J fM ^ WILSON GAINS ON CLARK ¿fe?: - ;• ' u ' ',' ■ BBaff3 g *•. r; ''%fa f ^lt 3TC ■C&Á':... i:* fe ,;.; p¿ Ointment instantly re- lieve sunburn, heat rash, ivy or oak poisoning and insect bites, and quickly restore that cool, delightful feeling of perfect skin-health. Almoet *11 druggists Mil BmIdoI Soap (t c) aa<t llealuol Olntmeut (50c). If four doea not, they will be mailed on receipt of price. Send to Dept. SK, Realnol Chemical Co.. Baltimore, llil. CLARK FORCES LOST STEADILY KJ: Kf : m The man who has something to seil is always an optimist. Quality—quantity — is something to con- sider iu |iurcliafli (f a remedy lor couHtipa- Uou or an u laxative. IIow aljout (iarileld Tea? i'erhaps there is no marriage in heaven because the angels know bet- tor. n. ... V 1 ■' ■ p. ' tóifí ■¿íiW' ~ - :\Y ■ 'r.'. Í*' ' ÉM'1® . ' ■ , P. JP -■ . 1 f ?: 1 B^w. Snappy Age. The young man breezed into the old man's library. "I met ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

'US- , % 'm i Thirteenth Ballot. Clark 554, Wilson 356 Underwood 116Mi. Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Bryan 1, FOBS 2. Fourteenth Ballot. Clark 360, Wilson 3€2, Underwood 110, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Kern 1, Bryan 1. Fifteenth Ballot. Clark 552, Wilson 362%, Underwood 110J4, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Kern 2, Bryan 2. Sixteenth Ballet. Clark 551, Wileon 362%, Underwood 112%, Harmon 29, Marsháll 30, Kern 2, Bryan 1. Seventeenth Ballot. Clark 545, Wilson 362%, Underwood 112%, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Kent 4%, Bryan 1. Eighteenth Ballot. Clark 535, Wilson 361, Underwood 125, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Kern 3%, Bryan 1. Nineteenth Ballot. Clark 532, Wilson 338, Underwood 130, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Kern 1. Bryan 7. Twentieth Ballot. Clark 512, Wilson 388%, Underwood OSCAR UNDERWOOD. 121%, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Kern 1, Bryan 1, Foss 2. Twenty-First Ballot. Clark 508, Wilson 395%, Underwood 118%, Harmon 29, Marshall 30, Bryan 1, Foss 45. Twenty-Second Ballot. Clark 500%, Wilson 396'/*, Under- ' woo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 4 July 1912

jr. . • ' . mm Blood Was Wrong AH women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to tell of ¿he quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine. TAKE Cardui The Woman'sTonic §;f í ■BP tit ' t' V mI i~-r< m Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for neaily ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says : " I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back- ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am In the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

",yenlt* Llbmr try , •' v.* D $l)e Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JULY 11, 1912. VOLUME XXIII—NO. 24. WILSON NOT A STATEWIDER. h Letter to San Antonio Nan He Quotes Views Expressed a Year Ago on That Question. San Antonio, Texas, July 4.—In reply to a query from this city as to his attitude on the liquor ques- tion, Governor Woodrow Wilson, of New Jersey, democratic nominee for president of the United States, sent a copy of a letter he wrote a year ago to Rev. Thomas B. Shan- non of Newark, N. J., which is dated May 1, 1911, and in which he said: "I am in favor of local option. I am a thorough believer in self-gov- ernment and believe that every self- governing community which con- stitutes a social unit should have the right to control the matter of the regulation or of the withholding of licenses. "But the questions involved are social...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

' >* v- - - - "VSFimmemmmM ft §PIP> ' "-*%j i. ■ f. ■ . ■ - *!w * - ¿ T. V < f>- * .■' ««KÉgS W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Prop. s TEXAS . J stlk stocking girl 1 very much ti evidence those day . Aviators may carry the malla, but feott of Our poetmen will prefer to walk. .. SMS On* of the latest triumph* of mod* •ra science Is tbe dried egg. Is feet, you car't beat It Disaster follows tbe German dirigi- budded In April are stricken by dry rot and disappear. Ofte by one the pennant hopes that bles as closely as it does the French arid American airships. A genius comes to tbe front -Mth the seedjess apple, but the seedless ¡raspberry'is still afar off. AH is not gold that glitters. A New fYork woman wants a divorce because Iter wedding ring is brass. A girl lately died from eating too Imuch ice cream. The majority of jglrlB would die rather than own It. A bumper wheat crop Is promise;! (this year. All of which goes to show that political hot air has no effect on crops. 1 A Conn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

NEARLY 50 KILLED IN RAW WRECK EXPRESS, RUNNING AT HIGH &PE2D, CRASHES INTO ANOTH- ER TRAIN ON SIDING. OVER HALF A HUNDRED INJURED Engineer Claims Fog Prevented Him Fr m Seeing Train—Engine Plows Through Coaches, Mang- ling Bodies. Corning, N. Y.—Westbound Lacka- wanna train No. 9, composed of two engines, a baggage car, three Pull- mans and two day coaches, in the or- der named, was demolished at Gibson, three miles east of Corning, early Fri- day morning by express train No. 11. Forty-two persons were killed and be- tween fifty and sixty injured. Many of the victims were holiday excursion- ista bound to Niagara Falla. Pails to See Signals in Fogr The atmosphere was heavy with fog •ad to this Engineer Schroeder of the express attributes the wreck. He said he failed to see signals set against his train, whipped around a curve at sixty-five miles an hour and crashed into the stationary No. 9, held up by a crippled freight engine. The train had not been stopped long enough for a fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

I ss m ' W:'-r ¡* ■■■■ mB <m ?l! JÉiiiius iÜ " ■fe I. Editor and Proprietor. wwm PUBLISHER'S NOTICE resolution*, cards of thanks S&tter not "news" will be for at the rate of 5c per line. ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will, in all cases, M held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following announcements for office are subject to the democratic primary to be held in July: For District Judge John S. Prince Of Henderson County A. A. Aldrich Of Houston County For State Senator W. J. Townsend, Jr. of Angelina County For County Clerk 0. C. Goodwin G. R. Murchi8on Nat E. Allbright For County Treasurer Ney Sheridan W. H. Bayne For Sheriff A. W. Phillips J. C. Lacy For Tax Collector George Denny James J. Cook Ike Lansford S. S. (Steve) Ratcliff.Jr. A. S. Moore H. I. (Ollie) Luce Samuel R Knox For County Judge E. Winfree C. M. Ellis For District Clerk John D. Morgan J, D. (Joe) Salla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

t Ti^nr CON KEY'S FLY KNOCKED ¿ijSgjjl DAYS " jp- If it don't satisfy you, f. your money back quick! Price $1.00 gal. Qts. 35c. . „ Get a can NOW. ,MW* ~s ,. i & *u. SAVES L0SSa AAKCSPPOFIT We Call for and Deliver . Your Prescriptions t. Miss Lizzie Mae Rice of Latexo is visiting relatives in this city. Miss Eula Mae Riall of Commerce is visiting relatives in Crockett. Lomba1 for Sole. Both rough and dressed, complete house bills furnished. Prices right. B. D. Raines, tf 9 miles southeast of Crockett. Speciol Commencing Saturday, July 6, the Big Store will sell at special prices those nobby Superb suits for men. Jas. S. Shivers & Co. Housekeeper and Cook Wanted. I want a good housekeeper, one able to cook, and will pay liberal wages for same. Mrs. C. A. Clinton. Rev. L. N. Clark, Christian evan- gelist, will conduct a meeting at Belott beginning July 26. An in- vitation is extended the people of that community to attend these services. Samples of Howard & Foster shoes wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

WILSON AÑO MARSHALL Democratic National | Convention at Baltimore Finishes Its Work- Outline of Proceedings* TOOK FORTY-SIX BALLOTS New Jersey's Governor Had 990 Votes on Final Vote to 84 for Speaker Clark—Unanimous Choice Vice- Presidency Easy. How They Voted. fc-'t HIR at í 3 $ : ' ' ' ' ' ; q&jlj. • l 440% 324 117% 141 31 22 1 I 446% 330% 111% 141 31 22 I ., « 441 345 Í1S14 140% 31 14 1 1 4 443 349% 126% 31 14 1 ft 44 354 121 136 31 1 1 S 446 35'. 121 135 31 , # 1. 1 T 449% 352% 123% 129% 31 1 1 1 448% 351% 124 130 :u .. 1 1 f.. • 462 351% 122% 127 31 1 1 1* 668 350% 117% 31 31 • 1 1 tl 664 354% 118% 29 30 .. 1 1 IS 54 354. 123 29 30 ,, 1 1 tl 644 356% 116% 11 29 30 1 0 14 650 382 29 30 . • 2 2 16 652 362% 110% 29 30 ,, 2 2 16 661 362% 112% 29 80 1 2 17 646 362% 112% 29 30 1 1 4 11 636 361 126 29 30 ,, 1 8 I 632 >58 130 29 30 .. T 1 10 611 388% 121% 29 30 ,, 1 1 21 508 395% 118% 29 30 1 1 22 500% 398% 115 • • 30 1 1 1* 497% 399 116% . • r- 30 ,. 1 ** Foss 14 496 402% 116% ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

m 'yX . k SUMMARY OF THE PLATFORM «1ST OF THE RESOLUTIONS At ADOPTED BY CONVENTION. Tht Tariff, High Cost of Living and Other Question of Importance to the People Touched Upon. The platform contains more lhan 6,000 words, the leading planks being devoted to the subject oí tariff reform, the high cost of living and the Anti-Trust Law. The planka of the Democratic plat- form summarized: Re-afflrm party's devotion to the princi- ples of Democratic government as form- ulated by Jefferson. Declares Tor a tariff for revenue only; denounces the high Republican tariff as ttie principle cause of the unequal distri- bution of wealth. Favors immediate downward revision of present duties, especially upon necessaries of life. Also favors gradual reduction so as not to Interfere with or destroy legiti- mate industries. Denounces President Taft for vetoing tariff bills of last Con- gress. Condemns Republican party "for fail- ure to redeem its promises of 1908 for downward revision." Takes issue wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 11 July 1912

mm 7-* -■ — 4 f T f v . Wmm ■ fe'vV jF «Jipi R fit-4" Is • ' Ep^H ; •. ' . v '' ' ■ ; ; • ' ' The Road to Comfort A vanished thirst—a cool body and a refreshed one; the sure way—the only way is via a glass or bottle of Ideally delicious—pure as purity—crisp and sparkling as frost. / Free Our new booklet, telling of Coca-Cola vindication at Chattanooga, for the asking. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COLA CO. ATLANTA, OA. W Whenever you tee an Arrow think •of Coca-Cola. lii#: •C, ¡ ! £TZZ= ■ • If • . • \ ¿¿i W& Fourth of Jily at Weldon. Weldon, on her first anniversary, surprised even the most sanguine as to what she could do in the way of taking care of a large crowd. About 5,000 people were present from different parts of the country to join in the celebration of the glorious 4th, and all seemed well pleased with the day. In the morning the people were well entertained by Hon. John I. Moore of Crockett, representing Mr. Ramsey for governor, and Judge A. EL Masterson of A...

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