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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

1 1H k * • • I i fi weekly a«wsjwp«r DakUaU4 every Friday morning at Rusk, Cfcerokoe County, Texas. II- O. WAU1). Editor and Publiolier Pearl L. Ward. Asst. Editor & Pub Oflice Phone 3IU Entered as secoinl-claas matter, July i.6, lUl'J. it the pusioffice at Rusk, Texas, under th«* Act ai March 3, 1879. 4- SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 mx Monthi .75 Three Months. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he maicea his prayer: 1 grant him a white nan s place on earth, If his game iB on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; Ail rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." Some people who profess Christi- anity haven't any more* religion stor- ed about them than the average pork sausage has pork in its composition. o The) first white child born in Tex- as, has been buried, repeatedly,until he is no more, and will soon be suc- ceeded by the first...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

s wot Ail lit the name Or the "spiel" you put up but the price You make and the goods delivered % We are proud of the favor in which our new store is being received under its new name. t SOME OF THE REASONS: SUGAR 10 lb bag 53c LARD 45 Pounds $5.16 SPUDS 10 pounds 38c PINTO BEANS 10 lbs. 75c PURE COFFEE 5 lbs 87c MEAL 0*d-Time Ground on oldest mill in the State- -sure good, 24 lb. "J FLOUR 481b. sack $1.43 FLOUR 24 lb. sack 75c FLOUR 12 lb. sack 40c PEANUT BUTTER Quart Size 39c : f t f V ❖ ❖ f V ❖ * ❖ ❖ t V * t V ❖ A ♦> I t 5- IP Paint Product* aro sold the uoild over under this f t- mcut trade • mark' COV2K THE EARYM •In JEnamei yon can walk on •. S-W Floor Enamel Modern science has brought you a new floor finish—S-W Floor Enamel; an enamel that withstands the grinding tread of countless feet and daily scrub- bing. Dries with a rich, durable enamel luster that brings to floors a new color- ful beauty heretofore possible only on furniture and woodwork. Transform soft wood, discol...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

t t Ids llle pro >n, A. as eir < sed ird i in n • « "S y It Witb Flowers." SaJ it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral •desijjns. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Meda Sanders of Ironton, was a visitor here Monday. Austin, where lie will visit with his son, Rembert Gunn, and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Spinks and son Douglas Spinks, went to Austin Fri- day, for a visit with ther daughter, Mrs. Carlysle Meeks^ The best in hosiery, all the new spring shades, at theDress-Up-Shoppe J. S. Sylvester of Ponta, was here Monday. Arthur Boyd of Alto, was here Sat- urday. J. L. Bolton of Maydeile, was here the first of th<j week. N. B. Hall of Nacogdoches, was a visitor here the first of the week. New lot of wash frocks at the Dress-Up-Shoppc. Schloss Bros, suits are dependable If they fade, or lose their -hape or if not satisfied in every way a new suit will be given in exchange, Dress- Up-Shoppe. Miss Lela ReeVes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

St r' FLBERSON DENMAN M Nacogdoches County SAM H.TOWNSEND Of Angelina County ar District Attorney: •Wm EMERSON STONE ;:P. r Representative: E. P. PALMER j| For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN For County Judge: J. J. (Capt) BOLTON (ResEletion) D. L. HARRY r f 4'Jo For District Clerk: A. M. VINING J (Re^Eletion) or Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R GRAY (Reflection) I For Tax Assessor: C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) FtTax Collector: A. R. ODOM (Re-Election) WATTERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSON' For County Treasurer:! Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS (ResElection) Mrs. E. DUPREE For County Clerk: F. C. (Clay) BINGHAM (ResElection) For Supt. Public Instruction: E. S. ERWIN (Re Eletion) For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 LOUIS BUTLER (Reflection) R. E. FINLEY D. H. BELL D. X. WIGGINS K. H. MANESS For Public Weigher Pre. No. 1: T. A. McIVER A. B. LITTLE.JOHN J. M. (Mark) KING D H. REEVES J. E. SHATTUCK W. L ODOM For Justice of the Peace: J. O. CO UPLAND t Re^r.lection) C..A. Lon) BALLEW For Cn.su i. < P'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

.r! am HfTownsend, District Attorney, Is in Race For Judge 2nd Judicial District WeH Known Lufkin Lawyer Announces For This: Important Office, Made Vacant By Resignation of Judge C. A. Hodges of Nacogdoches. SB To the Voters of Cherokee and ches Counties: On Monday, March the third last, and before the Governor had appointed any 'one to fill the vacancy of Dis- trict Judge caused by the resignation of Judge C. A. Angelina,, charge of the duties of the j Nacogdo-, office in and out of season,, and at all times, and to give, to the people the very best service of which I am capable. I shall undertake to run tho court as a successful private business is run, and while court is in session, to hold ses- Hodges, of Nacogdoches, I an- sions of the court each day for nounced my candidacy for said, a period of not less than eight office, and for the unexpired; hours per day. term of Judge Hodges, begin ning January 1st next. At that time, I stated that regardless of who might be appointed by...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 4 April 1930

. 11 Titiiiii'li iiMiifiwir iiwfiini 'i'ii ii'iiifif r~ ii jw-impj I IM IN THE WOODPILE .. JIB *EHE CMH8 TO SMOtt WIN lit. This Cash Selling proposition is good, and we find we can SAVE the people some MONEY on their purchases by elimi- nating the overhead expense and bad debts. TUNE IN on this folks, and this is a small sample. LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS. SATURDAY SPECIALS FLOUR PRIDE OF LANAR 24-Lb. Extra High Bags 87c 153 Mr AT BEST CREAM, per Sack 68c rlLitL " " 5 Pounds.. — 22c LARD SWIFT'S JEWEL 8 Pound Pails '1.05 CABBAGE FRESH GREEN Firm Heads per Pound 7c ONIONS YELLOW BEANS, Pintos 6 Pounds for 25c 10 Pounds for 79c SOAP CHIPS ARR0W BRAND*Large p,ckage'20c Se,ler Can Sunbrite Cleanser FREE 21c CHICKEN About 2 Pounds t0 the Can DECKERS Ready cooked and ready to serve per Pound 65c TRIPE Good Old Tripe—Large Cans Each 28c BLUING MRS. STEWART'S Small Bottle 8c Large Bottle 16c FRESH Tomatoes, Beans, Greens, Radishes, Celery and Lettuce. APPLES, BANANAS, ORANGES, GRAPE FRUIT, ETC....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

HP®# • - • - ■V.-W 1 y5r> .4 RUSK CHEROKEEAN WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, I860. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AM 1L 11, USO WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY -* yOLLMS 11. NO. 41 EAST TEX. PRESBYTERIAL IN ANNUAL SESSION •i The East Texas Presbyterial, em- bracing all the counties of the south- east part of the state, and made up of the various units of the auxilair- ies of the church, met inregular an- nual session in Rusk, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. It is reported as being one of the most interesting and best attended of any meeting in the history of th organization. Among the church leaders in at- tendance and participating in the de- liberations of the organization were: Mrs. George A. Sprague, of Dallas, Synodical President; Rev. F. W. Lan- gham, of Palestine, Chairman of Wo- men's Work of the Presbyterian church; Mrs. W. A. Nichols, of Beau- mont, president of the Presbyterial...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

mgp2£ •-,. : rTi *i * ; mgv< |> jfe': /4 BE&' '-v E i v ANNOUNCEMENTS p :for District Judge: CULBERSON DENMAN ™b Of Nacogdoches County SAM H, TOWNSEND Of Angelina County For District Attorney: Wm EMERSON STONE V.""?re?V"vT : '7". 1 ■■■ •; y-* *v ,s-\ •' P. r Representative: E. P. PALMER For County Attorney H. T, BROWN For County Judge: J. J. (Capt) BOLTON (Re^Eletion) D. L. HARRY < For District Clerk: A. M. VINING (Re^Eletion) For Sheriff: J. A. SMITH RICHARD R. GRAY (Re~-Election) E. C. (Dred) MARTIN Kor Tax Assessor C. L (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) For Tax Collector: A. R. ODOM (Re-Election) WAITERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSON For County Treasurer: Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS (ResElection) Mrs. E DUPREE For County Clerk: F. C. (Clay) BINGHAM (ResElection) For Supt. Public Instruction E. S. ERWIN (Re Eletion) For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 LOUIS BUTLER * (Reflection) R. E. FINLEY D. H. BELL D. X. WIGGINS K. H. MANESS For Public Weigher Pre. No. 1: T. A McIVER A. B. LITTLEJOH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

t t I I ■ n H4 - >• th /e le • A weekly newspaper Friday morning at ' County, Texas. Cherokee Pearl L* War^j Asst. Editor & Pub Office Phone 31ft Entered as second-class matter, July 16, 1919, at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, under the Act ef March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year. % 1.50 Six Months .76 Three Months .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he aiases his prayer: I grant him a white san s place on earth, If his game ib on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." putting aR end to the hot tamaie bu- siness. If this is the case what are we going1 to do for breakfast food? We alwlfrs have horrors of knowing that some reckless individual is go-11 ing to pull some flying stunt, and are I [ not surprised when they pick him out j from the wreckage, but we would like to see Arthur Bris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

FERTILIZER IN EAST TEXAS m for m | > iM ! if. i- n. For erwy dollar (pent lor fertilizer in Bast Toxaa, growers receive in re- tun (3.36 in increased value dt crops Srown. This statement is based on of 732 But Texas farmers interviewed re- tarding their experiences, opinions practices, aad results front the use of commercial phat food. For cotton nlswo In Bast Texas $3.41 Increase in value lor each dollar spent (or fertiliser was reported, with sim liar large retains for money spent for 1 y ?>yiv.. U732 East Texas Farmers Tell Interviewers How They Re- ceive $3,25 for Every Dollar Spent for Fertilizer. fertilization of other crops grown in the State, averaging $3.25 for all crops fifown in 1927. Tile added yield lor cotton result- iag from the use of commercial plant food lias a money value of $9,121,000, of which $6,444,000 is returned over and above the cost of fertiliser, only , $2,£77,000 having been spent that year ! for this crop-producing commodity.' These facts, along ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

£^^->'\yvv * l • ♦ * r, 3 f 'ersoi Su It With Flower*." S£r it with ours. ... P*' Major C. E. Kerr and Bennett James were among those who witnessed the accident to Babe Ruth in the ball game at Dallas last Sunday. Cut flowers, pot designs. plants, funeral MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Joe T. Goodwin, of was here Tuesday. Jacksonville, W. H. Shook and son John Lewis Shook of Dallas were here Tuesday. Oscar Manning, of San Augustine, passed through our city last Sunday. C. C. Denman of Nacogdoches was a visitor here Tuesday. Judge C. A. Hodges of Nacogdo- ches, was here Frday. Dave Muckleroy, of Nacogdoches, was here Wednesday, on a business trip. Judge J. J. Bolton, A. M. Vining, and E. C. Martin were among those who attended the funeral of Mr. R. W. Shamblin at Larissa Tuesday af- ternoon. In County court Tuesday judg- ment was rendered for the defen- dants in the case of W. E. Sloan against C. A. Ballew et. al. for rent of a st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

I&A.'V T !! m t f-t gfer i ii ii :' i'i ■ |; ■ *■ w H $ - • m • ■■-mm il iM vaaKS&« 4llfe r $/55s55 High Quality at Rock-Bottom Cost! coo 1 £ 5 1 JP35.1 Lifetime Guaranteed Full Oversize Balloons 30x4.50 $6.95 Big Oversize Cords 29x4.40 $5.95 Guaranteed Tire Repairing you seen it? Its stunning-looking on a car, this new and bigger Good- year HEAVY DUTY Balloon. The extra-thick All Weather Tread armors a sturdy 6 ply SUPERTWIST CORD carcass —to give extra endurance, extra miles. Costs you no more than an ordinary heavy duty. Goodyear gives greater values because Goodyear builds MILLIONS MORE tires than any other company. Before you buy an- other tire, see how much more we offer for your money— plus year round service! Here, too—More People ride on ■V * Tires than on any other kind —ask us to prove why Parrish, Forrest & Williams The Big Filling Station on the Corner i ♦ ii#l lisnel Loan LoaJ Ovej Sec| ()thfi Furl Real G'Ub| Due Dud ' Cad Un| Du| Ire Cal «1 :r. D • Rusk. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

i ♦ ♦ I I iiii No. 173 Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK AND TRUST CO., at .Rusk, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 21tb,*day of'March, I9| , published in the Rue!: Cherokeean, a newspaper printed and pub- ;he<~ 1930. lished at Rusk, State of Texas, on the I lib. day of Apri RESOURCES Loans and discounts, personal or or collateral security $12-1 105.08 Loans secured by real estate, 20 3s9 -12 Overdrafts, ... jl <0 Securities of I.. SM any Slate, or political subdivision thereof Other bonds and stock- o.ned (Including Federal Reserve Bank Stock) Furniture and Fixtures Real Estate owned, other than Hanking house Cash injbank Due from approved reserve agents-. Due from other banks and bankers, subject to check on demand TOTAL LIABILITIES 'Capital Stock $ Undivided profits, net Due to banks and bankers, subject to check Individual Deposits subject to check indludiug Time Deposits due in 30 days Cashier's Checks Outs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 11 April 1930

. / "There is no better way to judge the future than by the past." We pride ourseives on the record we have ac- quired in the years gone by, and promise to do our best to retain it. We appreciate ous friends and hope to keep them by adhering to the wellknown combin- tion of "Quality and Price" That's Our Slogan MALLARD'S GROCERY Tlhie Old Reliable Missions ScenUqr Whit* b Challenging Jin t* lend South In April Cash Offerings Organization Is Set Up State Is Divided Into 17 Dis. triets for Purpose of Reaching 2,500 Churches With Mis- sionary Message IN MEAT BRITAIN Gather in Million Dollars in Past Year. In a challenge to the nearly 500,000 white Baptists of Texas to lead those of all other Southern states in their spring offerings to home and foreign missions, Dr. W. R. White, secretary of the Executive Board of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, has per- fected an organization that is expect- ed to reach at least 2,500 of the 3,000 churches of the state during the month of Apr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

E RUSK CHEROKEEAN ?i\" WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL ___ Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1930. WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTV .VOLUME; 11, NO. 45 * NOBLE WOMAN MEETS WITH UNTIMELY DEATH ) > h I * v $ \ «.} t In this day of calamities and tra- gedies are to the superlatively ac- tivity in connection with all things earthly, we are prepared, to a great- er or less degree, to marvel not or take too seriously anything unusual or tragic that may come under our observation or within our hearing and knowing, but this community ex- perienced the most profound, serious and deepest felt shock in its history, last Friday afternoon, when the in- telligence was heralded that Mrs. Martha Bolton, wife of Judge J. J. Bolton, of this city, had been involv- ed in a fatal auto accident, at a point about three miles west of Rusk, on the Palestine-Jacksonville road. Tere is not much detail to re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

■Ml ED ME; AS DID KONJOLA. Tvlta Lady U Eitlwiuitic About N*w M"dicine—"Best In The World," She Say*. f " MRS. G. I. CRABAUGH V "No medicine ever helped me as / did Konjola," said Mrs. G. I. Cra- ( baugh, 739 Quaker street, Tulsa. "For more than nine years I had trouble with my stomach. Gas accu- mulated after meals and 1 bloated terribly. The pains and pressure of- ten made me short of breath and dizzy. Constipation was another of my worries and I became an almost daily user of cathartics. I had terrible headaches and found it difficult to sleep. My nerves became badly af- fected and my general condition was badly run down. "I am delighted with the results I obtained from Konjola. Before I had finished the second bottle my constipation had been relieved and my stomach generally improved. As I kept on with ths great medicine my general health improved until I am feeling better today than I have in a long- time. I have an excellent ap- petite and eat heartily without dis- tress. Even...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

I ffl M % k A woefcly newspaper publiohwl every f'Viaay murhing at Rusk. Cherokee County, Texas. oF 7~ y II* O. WAlilJ, Editor and I'ublialicr I'ctirl L. Ward, A*si. k'dilor & I'uli Office I'lione 310 Sintered as second-'.-tabs matter, July 16, l'Ji'j. at the postoffice at Rusk, Texas, un-ler th« Act of March 8, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oao Year $ 1.5C Six Monthi. —1,1 .75 Three Months. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he manes his prayer: I grant him a white aan s place on earth, If his game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man i« as good as I, And a king is no more than that." Prohibition has put about as' many drinking men in office as the fearful evil put in their graves. The difference between the pedes- trian and the speedster is that the former thinks he owns the road and the latter knows he owns it. o The man who coined the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

i Km From Scriptures With Facility. I® II V ■ • g I Sk« Cincinnati.—If some person were to approach Ave-year-old Jacques D. IMm and maternally lisp, "Itb '• *lttj boy *appj?" aba'd probably reeelra Mm auch amaalng reply: '"Exceedingly, madam. Playing with a* iitDiatnra locomotive affords aaa (Nat' pleasure." If the minister ahoold walk into tha Blatse home and query of Jacques, < "What was the greatest factor con- tributing to the defeat of the Hphralm- ites at the Jordan r* tha boy likely would reply: "They didn't know their pronunciation." < Since he was four Jacquea haa been ..•tudying the Bible. He has learned "more of its contents in that time, per- haps, then the average individual learns in a lifetime. He knows and can furnish identi- ties of Nebuchadnesaar, Belshazsar, not, to mention the more public char- acters of Mosea, Noah, and Abraham. He can deliver a sermon, quote scrip- ture, and define "metaphysics," aa well as "ecclesiastic." His one handicap la speech. So s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

I t I 1 0 0* u A < Personal >"S«y It With Flowara." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funeral •designs. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Mack Priest went to Austin last week, for a visit to her parents. W. W. Slover of Jacksonville was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Davis of Jackson- ville, were visitors here Sunday. Judge J. W. Bates of Nacogdoches, was a visitor here Sunday. Miss Cynthia Sory of Jacksonville, was here Saturday and Sunday. Sunday. Tom Lambert of Nacogdoches was a visitor here Wednesday. Ed Singletary. Raymond Vermil- lion, Henry Grogan Geo Monroe went to Maydelle Tuesday night and con- ferred the Master's degree upon can- didates. J. P. Nelson, father of George Nel- son, the express man, was taken to Jacksonville Monday for treatment. J. W. Gregg left Tuesday for Mun- day, Texas, where he went as a de- legate to Farmers Union State meet- ing. Miss Dorothy Fitts wa3 taken to Jacksonville Monday, w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 18 April 1930

, ;; SAM H, TO WNSEND | Of Angelina County m Foi.District Attorney: . Wm EMERSON S.TONE jy ,.< ;>> ■ •, Fit Representative: . E. P. PALMER For County Attorney: H. T, BROWN For County Judge: ' J. J. (Capt) BOLTON ' « , (Repletion) D. L. HARRY 1 For District Clerk: } A..M. VINING j (Re^Eletion) _JSL- I v For Sheriff: §> . J.A.SMITH RICHARD R. GRAY (Re-Election) El C. (Dred) MARTIN WH Ste- I I * ( H • | £ For Tax Assessor: C. L. (Dixie) ARNWINE (Re election) For Tax Collector: A. R. ODOM (Re-Election) WAITERS SINGLETARY J. W. PEARSON For County Treasurer: Miss BERNICE WILLIAMS (ResElection) Mrs. E DUPREE For County Clerk: r. F. C. (Clay) BINGHAM (ResElection) For Supt. Public Instruction E. S. ERWIN (ReEletion) For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 LOUIS BUTLER "(Re-Election) R. &INLEY BELL D? ^WIGGINS K. H. MANESS For Public Weigher Pre. No. 1: T. A. McIVER A. B. LITTLEJOHN J. M. (Mark) KING D. H. REEVES. J. E. SRATTUCK W. L ODOM For Justice of the Peace: J. U. COUPLAND (Re-...

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