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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

VOL. XXXIII. xo. 4. MAGAZINE SECTION Die iton Sews ALBANY, TKXAS, F 1I>AY, J PLY 7. 1916. Copyright, nifi, hy lit>m<- Color I'rlnt Co, Kort \Vorth, T«xiis. Whole Number 1676 "WRITTEN^ (~)fLT GEflHSEVHOBART jpwiij mi u f if i can only get pa bL AC ke D UP uncle spiegel's ,A CIMC W JW m i wake up pa i 3^V- I'M GOIMO TO ©LACKEN UNC LE s FAC E WHILE" HEb fuo MO - GO de-r lim it- it vhill moke Q « 7) ht-v unc le - coml in |and look at pa>^ 1 iiLACKED Mm while "t \ w e wa u 1 asleep- / - V HO HO - LOOIf dovb fn goot C HOKt ON VOUR UNCLE ' y n lYS a V INE DAY^ [SPIEGEL l.ET«b i take, a nice ^HALK" / fhlERE. COME«b DErV^* MAOOR UND VIFE | ^ VOU VHAUK AHEAD ^PIEGE L- I HAF RF.^bON 'o - L7 *" - • J ) / w it p s H> A~ B L A C K~\ MATHER Ii \ poor bpie<oel OlOM T KNOW MF n/HA*3 T3LACK NOV/ MUtA E* 13LAI N y^ER CHOKE TO HE py SOAK HIM good he dt slikvlb it ahem! LET ME Ex— - a ink l DAV ,^w-A \ \ C if,£ zvheke 'n iatlln c URE vou Ci trvinc-. to i n *bo et white WcMf N ' u VOU L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

4 THE TOILER IN THE VALLEY R m EUBEN HEWITT and Luke Pelham were artists and life long friends. They both occuj>ied bachelor quarters near their art studios. Reuben was young and ambitious and much interested in Lady Camilla, a sensible, beautiful woman, who had been sitting to him fur her portrait, one of the portraits which had already brought him fame. "I've been longing to speak to you," said Reu- han, "I want your help and advice." Luke I'elham, student, artist and philosopher, t down hi* "Political Economy," which he had 'een reading, looked up and smiled: "I will help you, my boy, if [ can. But how?" Reuben dropped down into his chair and hid his face in his hands. "Mv father!" he muttered, in a muffled voice. Pelham leaned forward and laid his hand on Reuben's shoulder. "Tel! in ," he said, "about your father. I guessed that there was something long ago, but you nr .cr ^ai< 1 a word, and I hope I have been enough your friend not to pry into hidden cup- boards; but, if ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

— Ill III — ... ■ ' ■ Army Life on the Texas Frontier * M "A Good Soldier, Sir, Never Looks Behind Behind Him." Diary of H. H. McConnell, Sergeant Sixth U. S. Cavalry From 1866 to 1878 T.I!" city "f San Antonio lie# in a shal- low basin, all about its outskirts hear- ing marks of a very old civilization ■ that i-, very ul<l hi a country like out . where nearly everything is new. In an early chapter I spoke of the peculiar features of this town as the\ then struck itie, and on revisit ing it I found many things of interest, as it is (or was) an anomaly among \mcrican riti« Here it would seem that the old and the new join hands; here the names, manners, features, costumes and language of the days of ti.rte/ and I'i/arro become Mende l with the si |t ;iu.| the idiom-, of "the periorl." In the street - v. eie noticed, jostling each other, the hit< i \'< w <rl; fashions and the Navajo blankets and 'brero- oi the Mexican. Gigantic cactus, mange trees, ferns and various other t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

1 H |u •• A * - Historical El Paso Del Norte - Where tne Six.h Century Greets the Twentieth Century . t .(WUIfc MODERN EL PASO. Front view of the Mills Office Building. IAI m rial arrive,: tin- 614 mile Paso was a one 1n the 1 let tC) get'lei Twent> v tin t in I I I'.t lati. ti «>1 a!>< a city ut ;• i'v . it i - 1 ' tone, \'i >trnr 11- it. \ I i'v tti all i! ; *) fi'i'l al" always In ae i iiiouii' i' !■ glow .1 tlli' ■ thereby .nidi 1 is ic be lilt They wet 1 penal trai' .'lexi.o, v 1 Mr\i a;t ■■ Wi'ilnt ■ \iv. I'i« ti the ( >! T \ in i". I .11 ( -nr BY W. N. BEARD FTFR partaking of a cltil> breakfast at the Metropolitan hotel as quests of the Fort Worth Chamber of < ..muter.-e, 2J5 members of the I 1 was l'ress association left Fort Worth Momlav morning, May 011 the "Press Special" via lite Texas ]';iciIi•: 1 aili'tad fur l'.l Paso, to attend the thirty seventh annual convention > • f the Texas I 'res-, association. Also seventv members .if the 1 exas Pre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

Don't Crank Your HISTORICAL EL PA SO DEL NORTE Ford Gar (Continued From Preceding Page) >M aide * TBI rek i a a#* ft oil 'Fa z b j« 5 "V orni ran at cj tek j« kn [lie: ore not I bit . Wk ire k omi : (lot ick I HO 1 and: vki bit! itaioc nd br mc tonpi 3 y br fort '8 * r of r WU' . in nirkr jugtw re«* dit; ,rt f eritai [ brw 1 ho> er. !•' l-Sltl' prt to* , ti d b# Itrr pri> ecutf pltf ul tb b<!' np«l> It's Hard Work and You Might Break Your Arm. Jnat prew a button it nil atari It with m HKHTI\(JII(ll Si; FlJXTHK VIWHT- KH. I.I®lit It with fhr niiiiif rqiilpmrnt. I'rlff $*."►.00 factory. Auk your ilfiilrr or write dlreot. Tel-Electrlc Company llouatoa, i'eaaa. AVTOMOBII.K HIOI' A I It PA HTM IN STOCK FOIl ANY MA ItM AT 1-2 m*t mine. Southern Welding Co. WACO, TICXAH. M \Ki:no OF TI1K Wlll.ll Til %T HF.l.D IW Gray & Davis HIMM1 M-MtNF.TOO, %t %*D \ itn f iT.i:i) Mi:TKR«, \Va arc the official htvI^h -it at Ion for th* above equipment and ha v * a complete atock <>...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

•1'! hi Ml Spteiil Fara Bargains Rotwtaon County—1.07ft acr«a, $ a!1«a from frankila: $10 par arra. Central T*iaa—WO arr**, black waay land, br*t improved, WO par aera. Wllllamaou Coiiaty—404 miwh, 125 cultivated, Wall lDu>ro*w1; only $.17.AO iw-r a« rr. Hamilton Count/—05 acrea, bla«-k aandy; $.V p*r m-ra. Ball County—IM acr*a. w*!l Improved: ft a Bw> of 300 additional gracing area; only |2il |*r •era. Hall roonty—AM a'lw, **>0 food Mark tillable, blir upriair. fine graalng; $lf> per afre. MHlNfordn County- 2 "«o0 a< rea, nil rultlvatad well Improved; $.V> per aere. Will tm<le for other property worth the money. 8. R. Fulmore Company 001 Ltttlefleld Bldg. AI'STIN, TKX AS. EAST TEXAS BARGAINS 8,200 acrea on Nechen rlvar, $1 50 an urra; 130 acrea farm 2 mllea of LivlriK* aton, Polk county, fK.no an acre. Will tftko half trade on 2,000 nrre* land anrl timber, $1.00 an acre .1 T BF.KTKAND, lloimton, Texan, Kxclnalva l.M aler In Kant T><xaj Landa ami Timber. W...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

IS DRINK ^BOYS^ DINING CARS. HOTELS. CAFES ako SODA FOUNTAINS ARTESIAN MPdSBOT CO. WACO. .TEXAS. SMOKK (has. A. Culberson Cigar 5c Haary A Mahfri, Dallas. Dr. Ernest L. Stephens Practice Limitod to Genito-Urinary, Rectal and Skin Diseases. Ill H W««f "llmth .. I'orf Murlh. T i. 9. LEARN TELEGRAPHY nnd STATION WORK for RAILWAY SERVICE. Wf will tea. h you qu«< kly. thoroughly,pra tiral'.y, and TtTiio-j If miua- tlctl I* not awifii"J you. Por full paiti< uUm a<Mre«* DALLAS TELEGRAPH COLLEGE. Dallas, Taxaa. nilAPn >'our h# nlth by UUMnU watching •. u , I municipal and indiv(dual | water supply by hump . of | analyses during the im- mer. We make all kinds Of TilK FOHT WORTH i, a noii a toiiii :s F. n. Porter. II. *.. < h. H.. Pre*. C herniate uud Engi- neers, 20 11 v Houston M., Fort Worth, Te*an. la a plnrh. use Allen % I I aw. ALLEN'S FOOT-EASEl The Antiseptic Powder to Shake Into Your S'.ioes Gives Instant relief to tired, a< ic swollru frrt an 1 m ir.i . ta I I," &g...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 30 June 1916

li VNl* \ MAXWELL HOUSE BLEND Expresses the highest art in coffee produc- tion and is always packed in scaled tins. Aafcywar #msar twr H. CbMk-NMl CoHM CO., WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT A HI'I KNIMH MOPRL FOK 1IO! HK Oil ' PORCH WKAM. 172* -Percale, glmrham. aeemuek*r. '•ham l-ray, lawn. gabardine, trull*, p<>< ii. r«p. «*rge, 1 affrta and tub allk ur«* tilf" r till* «tyl*. The fronts « f th«- **■«!• t up* mail** with a < > at riming, and ur«- rolled. but In low n**k ■fjle. 'Pin- k ri I* k four ,;« !•«• modi 1. finl«h*d In lap tu'k n?vl* at tb«* .■••nt*r frrint. Tb* I njer*« lua/ l-i- In wrist length. flnlila-d with) u atraitfbt • uff. or In sli.rt l*ngth wlib n r<iaped turn tank ruff The pntt*rn l« ,-'it In a ►Ilea; 84, Sti. Jit. 40. U and 4-4 Inch.-* huat nuaaurr It rtqiilri'H 7 yarda "f IW ln< Ii mate -l«l for a .'HI Irnli * 17 Tli* nklrt nieaaur*a 3V4 yard* at th«* foot. a pretty morn 1741 JiihI't I !*•>• with 'wo atjdea of ale*** in-! wlili under walat • «"'rgi'tl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 July 1916

She Hens m r«L mm, no. s ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916 Whole Number 1ITV URGE CROWD ATTENDS TRADES DAY testnquest and Mahaffey Spoke. Mesdames L. S. Hollowell, R. E. Nail and Wm. Moore; Mr. and Mrs. Jno. F.Sedwick. Miss Gladys being constructed by N. R. Price Sedwick, and little Nancy Moore is nearing completion. went by auto to Stamford Fri- j Mr. Price has also begun a day. They were guests of Dr. home for Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc- and Mrs. Rutherford for the film Lemore, which will be a hand- production of "Peggy," in which some two story structure, the noted actress, Billie Burke, | R. L. Pringle has begun stars. Miss Gladys Sedwick re- the new residence for G. C. mained over several days, the King. guest of Miss Ruth Moore. „ A, m The Throckmorton Barbecue Mrs. Blanton and Joe Blanton | came over by auto from Abilene j Saturday. They had lunch with Mrs. Hollowell, going later to Lambs Head. taining and in making the occa- sion a very pleasant one, and also litle Misses Alice Ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 July 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. WhMi W 4*§:' >■,>*,T:,iy Ul izM'A > ■ ;; ; HE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER Publisher EnMrad at the Pact officii at Albany, a« Serond Clan Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR JULY 7, 1916 A Coanty Matter. (By The Bureau of Animal Industry, United States De- partment of Agriculture.) Washington, D. C. - Because the cattle tick always haabeen in the South is no reason why it always should frt, When the Federal Government, as a result of its hvestigations into the harm done by the pest, deter- mined in 1906 to undertake the work of systematic eradication, its first step was to quarantine the infest- ed area. This territory included at that time 728,54H square miles. It has nince been reduced to 444,022 square miles and tens of thousands of miles arc being freed from quarantine each year. It is obvious, therefore, that the tick can be driven out. The process is a simple one and its efficiency proven. Regular dipping in arsenical b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 July 1916

• mm - THE ALBANY NEWS. IMAM 1 fbf iPt^ TUSSj Articles, CIGARS, CANDIES, COLD DRINKS, STATIONERY, TODACCO, ETG. P. F. Castleberry & Son IGorals fferaottalH [TbaNawiraquMtaltsraadara to msllor phon* In the nam*n and pImm of r«*id«ne* of 0 Any visitor* an Mrly In th« w««k aa poMlble. If rou know xf other paraonala kindly aand ! I tkara al o with tha nam, of tha communicant Thla will vraatly aaalat The Nawa in keep- Ins in touch with local happenlnaaarid wlllbahlchlyapprnrlatad. Editor. ] Mrs. Wells of Mingus is here this week visiting her daughter Mrs. F. P. Bupp. W. E. Simms of Stephens county attended to business in Albany last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson and children of Cisco are the guests this week of Mrs. Gage. Will Huber was in town on business Monday. All groceries fresh and first class atRenfro's. I] Dr. Huskey is sporting a new Ford runabout. We sell the all leather shoes •t the Racket Store. Bert Brooks and family were in town visiting friends last Friday. The best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 7 July 1916

I H9$p$M i ; m HWfrk-i; fl plffl; w € P1 I I' II m [ $>!.- *;> $2 %"' f :' '' *'■ ' I >4,f • i i\c 1 THK ALBANY NEWS. R.S.MURRIE DEALER IN Groceries and Hardware Exclusive Selling Agent for LIGHT CRUST FLOUR Chase & Sanborn's :::TEA AND COFFEE::: At the Presbyterian Church In apite of the hot weather, a large congregation assembled at MatthewB Memorial church last Sunday morning for the first ser- vice after Pastor Crawford's re- turn from his vacation. Evi- dently interest in the work of the Church has not. been lost dur- ing the partial suspension of scr vices. Next Sunday morning Com- munion will be celebrated. It is expected that, as far as possible, every member of the Church will be present. As usual, a cordial invitation is extended to all Christians residing or visiting in our community, but having no permanent church home here, to come and partake of the Com- munion with us. No matter what denomination of Christians you belong to, you will be wel- come. It is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1916

0br Hens mm, no. « ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916 Whole Nimfeer 1178 -Stephens County Picnic. fetes Albany people assisted ily in making up the I at the picnic on Hubbard ; at the juncture of Shack- and Stephens counties, also assisted with manful in partaking of the many things that were spread them to eat. And the > that the good people of j community provided was all fet could be asked by the most ieous and healthy appetite. After dinner, the candidates i both counties were given an tunity to tell their troubles, j speaking was presided over Dick Dyess, who promised i crowd thet inasmuch as he J to introduce all the speakers i would not make an announee- nt.~ But few people took this nise seriously and well they for when the other candi- were all thru Mr. Dyess _ J in the chorus. The Shackelford county candi- _ j were given the first say [ several of them tried to run I both counties, but Stephens aty already had enuf candi- i of its own and objected nd shoved the Shacke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1916

m t * Irw.li THE ALBANY NEWS. m SP THE ALBANY NEWS I8SUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING fMH. BAKER - - - - - Pu Wither •t th« Cut OIm « \ltwoy. Tnu an Saeuod Clw Mmll Matter. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IntlDAT, JULY 14, 1018 The Woodson Enterprise is a new publication to come to our desk. It is edited in our neighboring town on the north by Mr. H. C. Richards, is full of local news, and fulsome in its praise of the Woodson coun- try. Judging from the first two issues, the Woodson people now have a chance to support a paper that will be a real builder for the community. It goes without saying that unless they do give it ungrudging support him say that they find that the Morris sentiment is growing everywhere and that his support is increasing by leaps and bounds. Wherever the facts are repre- sented against the Ferguson administration, he loses votes to Morris. An Albany man in returning Monday from a neighboring town said that he found that the drift of the vote was toward Morris. Judg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. STEN: W A little confidence in yourself—a little de- termination—a little grit and the import- ant thing will be accomplished. ....BUILD YOU A HOME ! ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. LUMBER DEALERS I I I I I irals / fmnnala' I News requests I ta readers to mail or phone In the names and places of resklsncs of f vMtwt m early In the week u poeeible. If you know of other personal* kindly send •0 wftll tho nam* of the communicant Thm will greatly iMiat The 1 llatooeh with local happenings and will be highly appreciated. Eoitob.) of residence of I alt kindly aond J I News in keep - i to Renfro for syrups. Remember the Mareshal Neal Flour at Renfro's. J. W. Hash attended to busi- ness in Albany Monday. When in town, be sure to come to the Model to eat and drink. We sell the all leather shoes at the Racket Store. Dolph Long is visiting rela- tives in Granbury this week. White Swan the CotFee for satisfaction. Renfro. Mrs. Forest Goodman of Waco, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 14 July 1916

*7* • vT^sr-' > J'y'i %' h mm mMBm Iv jr If / fvmm m w x i ■'b' if /, * • * , 4 PH iY NEWS. R.S.MURRIE DEALER IN Groceries and Hardware Exclusive Selling Agent for LIGHT CRUST FLOUR Chase & Sanborn's • •• • •• TEA AND COFFEE::: I I-,. ,n it) I Hi 111.71 NO. 3248 Report of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Albany, in the State of Texas, at the close of business, June 30, 1910. IIKSOIJIM'KS I. A Loan* and dwrountn thrnu> nhown on hi J ToUl k*n* ."11.631 5. 17. 8. Bond* • U. H. Bond* dcpoaiUd to wrure circulation (par vultwl T'-.OOO OO Total U. S. bund* T'.ooo 'mi 4. Bond*. Mwuritwu. etc. • Drruritln other than IJ. S. tiondii (not InHudinK ^ •' ownnl impli-dircd Total le nd*. Ncurltiw, etc. 6. Subscription to atock of Knlvral lt • rv« bank 00 a L -** amount unpaid .tumim 7. a Value of tanking hou-«a «if urw unit* red' b K*iuity in hankmr Imiun 8. Furniture and fixture< 9. Heal e*t*te owned other than twnkinir ho . It. Net amount due from KhIit I Reserv* Itank II....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1916

fl. Die JMbami Metro / mm, no. 7 albany, texas, friday, july 21, 1016 the truth is that they all have a good business from this source alone. As stated above, no one will attempt to say whether there are fifty automobiles or a hun- dred that make Albany each day, but all declare that the number is very large. Every- thing that runs on four wheels and uses gasoline for power is on the road now. The old man, his wife and all the kids occupy laid quickly, but it lacked 100 left, and often that appears to Connection was made from the be crowding by little. But at any Sackett Hotel and from the Ilen- rate. all the family from grand- fro store corner, but with the pa and grandma down to the same results. Finally iron piping wee little tots are passing by was used to splice out the hose Albany these days, and each one drops a few dimes or dollars that Highway west of Albany for ten or twelve miles or more, is worse than bad. To put it precisely like they tell it would not be permissible in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1916

?§ w 1 / s i im 3 v j I a < j THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER Publisher Ent«r«d «t the Post Office n\ Albany. Texas, as Second CIajm Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916 Teach me that sixty minutes make an hour, six- teen ounces make a pound, one hundred cents, one dollar. Help me to live so that I can lie down at night with a clear conscience, unhaunted by the faces of those to whom I have brought pain. Grant that I may earn my meal ticket on the square; deafen me to the jingle of tainted money, and the rustle of unholly skirts. Blind me to the faults of others, but reveal to me my own, and thfcn when the deepening shadows gather in that Great Silence, let the ceremony be brief, the epitaph •nmple, "Here lies a man." —Gkoroe Ade. Every man has a right to his opinion and a right to express it if he so desires. follows the dictates of his conscience. Therefore, some say, get thee behind me, conscience, but not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1916

THE ALBANY NEWS. LISTEN: Screen homes. Flies carry danger- ous diseases. Screens are cheaper than doctor bills. Call and look over our line of Screens. ROCKWELL BROS. & GO. LUMBER DEALERS i I II I I Enrula .<*' ^rrautials' m«N*W(r*quMUit>reailcri to mailor phuna In the n>mr> anil place* uf reeiiienre of | ■Kf vWtonMMirly in the week a> puMible. If you know of other perxinmle kindly aenri y Ibaa aI*o with the name of the communicant. Thin will Krcatly aMiat The Newt in keep- I lac In touch with local happening* and will be highly appreciated Editor. I See Burrows Gro. Co. for fruit Go to Kenfro for syrups. All groceries fresh and first class at Renfro's. See "The Pool of Flame" in 5 parts at Picture Show Friday night. Red Feather feature. You can always get a good dinner for 35 cents at the Model. Jay Davis returned Monday from Wichita Palls, Kansas where he had been to visit his parents. Mr. S. Webb is having the Cumberland church building torn down, having bought...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 21 July 1916

BP r f •V' II ' 8 4 •* p is '! ! £1 i "i'l ,:n OFFICIAL BALLOT OFFICIAL BALLOT fwm> J**" '• "• 1 July 22,1*16. Itm a Dtmoerat. and plads* nqmU to support (ha neMtiMv of this primary. ELECTOKS-AT-LARGE K—w.n Htcki. Bexar Coanty Coital Thorn**. Dal la. Coarty Ian B. Paulua. Lavaca County Bum Abnoy. Grayaon Couaty DISTRICT ELECTORS lat District (. p. Dorrourh, Howl* County 2nd Diatrict t. T. Adam*. Oranfe County 3rd Diatrict ffann* B. Thompaon, Handcreon County 4th Diatrict Owen P. Smith, Collin County &th Diatrict Flunk P. WowncrafU Dalian County 6th Diatrict | C. Kirran, Frmntoiui County 1th Diatrict frod M. Stephen*. I.iharty County 8th Diatrict A. I* Kaya«r. Montgomery County th District 1. R. Kubcna, Kay tt« County 10th DiHtrict R. J. Eckhardt, Williamson County lllh Dwtrict Cdsar M Maim. McLennan County 12th District S. A. Wythe. Parker County 13th District i. O. Wood. Collinsworth County Nth District t. T. Sluder. llexar County 16th District George N. Kcnley. llvaide Coun...

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