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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 5 June 1913

m VOL. 6. NO. 14. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS, JUNE 5, 1913.—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR o m THE HOME USEFUL TOOLS! > p / <($>. C.SIMIfo.v, mn KUTTER W Farming Tools ivcq n,oney stivers. High quality con- ;;iJen:d, the lowest price tools made. L'J'.-f wire the "life" of common tools. Cost nothing for repairs and do better work after years of use than many other too!." do when shining new from the Hardware Store. Li try liar.d farming tool on which you find the Kee:i lCutter trade mark is covered by a broad rnu , guarantee. If a Keen Ivutter fork, hoe, rake, : -yth , :iat!i, :!: ivcl, axe or hay knife, shows an i :nperUction of any kind, or fails to do the work for \/iiich it waj intended, easily and fast, you get your money back. The same guarantee covers Keen Kutter shop tools, razors, shears, pocket- knives and table cutlery. "The 'Recollection of Quality 'Remains Long Hfter the Trice is Torgotten." Trado Mark Kcglitend. — E. C. SIMMONS. SHIVE-NAPIER IMPLEMENT CO % HARDEMAN COUNTY FARM PR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 5 June 1913

FRESH PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS! For the convenience of our growing trade, I have enstalled a large refrigerator, and am receiving tie choicest Meats from the Packing Houses every day. lHine beef and pork roasts, chops, steaks, rLtc. Phone us your order in this line as well as for fresh vegetables and groceries. We are at your service. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer • « CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS EARLY S. HENORICK, EDITOR Entered aa second-class mulierJuly 6, 1911 at the poatoOce of CbilUeotbe. Tei a. under act of Conifreas, March 3. 1878. One step won't take you very far; You've got to keep on walking, One word won't tell folks all you are; You've got to keep on talking. One inch won't make you very tall; You've got to keep on growing. One little "ad'' won't do it all, You've got to keep 'em going. At last the ice man has the coal man backed into the cellar. A comparison of thermome- ters shows Chillicothe to be the "cool cumber " of cities. With the thermometer tering J05 in many of it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 5 June 1913

w • 9 LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT CHILLICOTHE THE BEST TOWN IN TEXAS OF 2000 PEOPLE, IF LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LOCATE BUY TICKET TO CHILLICOTHE. Where the Slogan Is, "Good Will Toward All Men and Malace to None." Many Prominent Farmers and Professional Men in Town During Past Week. Farmers Are Busy. George Backus was here from Vernon Friday. Joe Sam Bailey was here Tues- day on business. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Noblett, Friday, a son. Mrs. W. H. Emmons was shop- ing in town Saturday. Dr. Beach has our thanks for cash on subscription. For the best harness, at best prices, see Lee Bros. W. O. Scott mude a business trip to Dallas returning Monday. Miss Nell Claggett left Mon- day for Canyon City where she entered the Summer Normal. Miss Marguerite I. Lester is visiting Miss Amy Lou Mur- phree northwest of town. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. McKinnon spent Sunday with the latters parents in Prairie View. See our Texas Dandy cultiva- tors, something Jnew and the best yet.—J. W. Rose & So...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 5 June 1913

■my < • I TfVv''.; > * HE ■- KNIN6 CAAS •'A •*** imi prjcw 5UPCR5 HEALS boulder DENVEB. COLORADO ftMINCl PUfcBLO x bl a DALMAUT nlt^UlLLO CMILL/kb6-v, /li HITA I m L i. ; -aim PA l LAS f r vy.j ?tm COW5ICANA m AL£XANOPI-fl ffiu 5 tin ^ mou&ton «y' X <"W-vE6TON ' jp .r.nantontq > Q*LCANSjj In a comf^rativw scu."? COOL COLORADO v/i h iu numerous tncorrtpan Ui atti r:ions and fef' ugrsl >r Vacjlionisls and tK.w nredirig Health «• ncwir.i' im1u<*ncc6« i but ai> v iu pn aw/ / and the Fasi Double-D. y Through T ioi of the The Fi. Worth & Denver (ity Railway (inclediog through* betweaa Der.vei and points on lh« T. ki. V. flrf T. &- P. aad M K. A. T. Rv ., a i.i'Ji': |i*d ! -teon) ciirn- : •!<" travel-haidiliipt and i.i< onveiiiancrg alio as* u re uobfob n comfort and pl>?tiitue in both direc- if in doi.Lt, lei roe tend youaome Coovinc- i, is Lnok'at fortn, free! A. A. GLISSOIM, G. P. A. Ft. WofiTM, Tcxaa CHILLIGOTHE VALLEY NEWS EARLY S. HEHDRICK, E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 12 June 1913

VOL. 6. NO. 15. CHILLI COT H E, TEXAS, JUNE 12, 1913—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR HOME USEFUL TOOLS! Farming Tools are money savtrs. High quality con- sidered, the lowest price tools made. Last twice the "life" of common tools. Cost nothing for repairs and do better work after years of use than many other tools do when shining new from the Hardware Store. _ livery hand farming tool on which you find the Keen Kutter trade mark is covered by a broad gauge guarantee. If a Keen Kutter fork, hoe, rake, ccytne, s nath, shovel, axe or hay knife, shows an imperfection of any kind, or fails to do the work for which it was intended, easily and fast, you get your money back. The same guarantee covers Keen Kutter shop tools, razors, shears, pocket- knives and table cutlery. "The Recollection of Quality Remains Long dfter the Price is forgotten." Trade Mark fteu.aterad. —K. c. SIMMONS. SHI VE-NAPIER IMPLEMENT CO, L CHILLICOTHE, NEVER MAN SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN. Houston Chronicle. Every Bible reader will rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 12 June 1913

f i i ii FRESH PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS! (For the convcnicnce of our growing trade, I have enstalled a large refrigerator, and am receiving the choicest Meats from the Packing Houses every day. Fine beef and pork roasts, chops, steaks, rLtc. Phone us your order in this line as well as for fresh vegetables and groceries. We are at your service. G. R. Jones. The Quality Grocer^ PUTS ONE OVER QUANAH AND VERNON. G. R. Jones, our progressive grocery man, will put on an auto delivery next week. Watch Chillicothe grow. Chillicothe with her abundance of pure water is only one of a dozen of her drawing cards. The happiest lot of peoplo can not be found than those breath- ing the fresh air and drinking the pure water in and around the old town. Plans for a Baptist sanitarium in Wichita Falls were set on foot last week at Decatur, where a rally of the Baptists of this sec- tion of the State was held. The movement received the hearty endorsement of the conference and the action means that such an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 12 June 1913

::PROGRAMME.VALUE OF THE SILO OF THE FIFTH SUNDA Y MEETING ON DAIRY FARMS <bC a* To he held with the Center 'Point Church which is located 5 miles Northeast of Chillicothe. IVill meet 7 rains I liursday evening, June 26th at Chillicothe, and all who come after that time will he expected to furnish their own conveyance. We, your Committee urge that there be a representation from every church in the Red Fork Association. There is some organi zations that are contemplated that are very necessary and vital to the work in the Association. Be sure and have your Board member present. 8:30. Thursday niifht. Sermon C. G. Dilworth. Alternate C. Ulster. Friday Morning. 9:00. Devotional M.A.Dick 9:80. "The Sunday Schools and Our Needs in the lied Fork As sociation" ' W. If. Ingle. Open discussion. 10:30. "Giving in Its Relation to Work and Worship" ?.. .J. W. Weathers and M. E. Calnoun. 11:15. Sermon.. W. L. Jordan. Evkning. 2:30. Devotional I.N. Haygood. 2:45. "Laymen and the Problems of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 12 June 1913

1; ■j f JUNE THE RED STORE BEGINNING SATURDAY, 14TH! The BIG BARGAIN Event of the season. All fresh Seasonable Merchandise from regular stock. No cheap, shoddy goods bought for this sale. Everything will be sold from regular stock. Look over the list below and you will readily see the real bargains that we are offering in this sale. Dress Goods Department. Southland Batiste, new patterns, 85c quality; June Otp Special at yard .. . ZDu Stripe Ratine Crepe Voile, the new popular goods, latest patterns and colors, 50c quality; .lune Special Jit QQn yard J Ju Moire Silk Stripe Voile, very desirable goods for ICp summer dresses, 25c quality; June Special, at yard.. . lOu Beautiful Ratine Crepe, extra fine quality, sells for 25c and 35c per yard; priced for the June Special at per IQp yard lJu An extra special in Silk Stripe Voilo, colors tan, blue QQn and grey, regular 40c quality; June Special at yard.... L Ju 20-Inch Silk Stripe Voile, colors blue and pink, 25c IQp quality; for the Jun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 12 June 1913

► «i LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT CHILLICOTHE THE BEST TOWN IN TEXAS OF 2000 PEOPLE. IF LOOKING FOR A PLAGE TO LOCATE BUY TICKET TO CHILLICOTHE. Where the Slogan Is, "Good Will Toward All Men and Malace to None." Many Prominent Farmers and Professional Men in Town During Past Week. Farmers Are Busy. For the best harness, at best prices, see Lee Bros. Cleve Randel was doing the city Saturday. B. 0. Robertson was here Sat- urday trading. Cotton seed meal and hulls at Randel's feed store. Mrs. Joe Sam Bailey was here Saturday trading. O. M. Smith sends the News to his brother at Howe. Dib Randel and family were here shopping Saturday. For saddles see Lee Bros, for they have the best for the money. Mrs. George Mason was shop- ping in the city Saturday. Phil Spears was in from his farm Tuesday after repairs. H. Hobdy was in the city Sat urday and paid for 52 doses. J. A. Cheatham and wife were shopping in the city Saturday. Bailing, barb and poultry wire. —Shive-Napiei Implement Co. tow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 12 June 1913

) «S BOULDER * denveb. WNING CARS • •4 noKwrE emeu ■— n ■ JUPCRB n£ALJ COLORADO SPRINGS l-UI o TKINIDAI) six ltlis DALMAUT uiildre35 v 1:11 no n wit MITA FALLS ft vtopt dallas t r COBSiCANAW WAC o a'.cxandbi ©AUSTIN / HOUSTON <5) t o^i.vEaTO J (fean antonio cjnewobleah^ In a comparative irnse COOL COLORADO wi ll i S nmnctoua incompatible .Ittffcliooi Hid lei' ugfaiur Vacatiooiitl 5od thcac fterdins hculthre- Dewing influcncea, but # lew «H «w y tod llie Fait Double-Daily Tliruuiih Trftioi oi llie Tlie ft. Woitti & Denver City Railway (including tl.rouyli-ilc<:por b< iween Dourer and poind on the T. & B. V. llie T. A. P. «nd M. K., 4.T. Rvt., m in (iicated hereon) elim- inate travel hardihip# and ineonvenieno t and ov cure uoitfokrn comfotl and plcaiuie in both direc tiotu. K in doubt, let me tcod you aocne Convinc- es, in booklet fwu , freel A. A. GLISSON, G. P. A. Ft. Worth. Thai NOTICE TO OUR FRIENDS. Kir.fii" imon t.nh on your sub- scription to tha News. You can ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 26 June 1913

I 1 I VOL. 6. NO. 2. CHILLICOTHK, TEXAS, JUNE 26, 1913.—THURSDAY ONli DOLLAR THE HOME USEFUL TOOLS! Farming Tools are money savers. High quality con- sidered, the lowest price tools made. Last twice the "life" of common tools. Cost nothing for repairs and do better work after years of use than many other tools do when shining new from the Hardware Store. Every hand farming tool on which you find the Keen Kutter trade mark is covered by a broad gauge guarantee. If a Keen Kutterfork, hoe, rake, scythe, snath, shovel, axe or hay knife, shows ail imperfection of any kind, or fails to do the work for which it was intended, easily and fast, you get your money back. The same guarantee covers Keen Kutter shop tools, razors, shears, pocket- knives and tabic cutlery. "The 'Recollection of Quality Remains Lohh 9lfter the Price is Forgotten." Trade Marl! Keglltered. —E. C. SIMMONS. SHIVE-NAPIER IMPLEMENT CO. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS THE BIG JUHE SALE BRINGING ™ PEOPLE sr.': —r--— r--;«? rM# SSpB&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 26 June 1913

I I'J pll ■ FRESH PA CKING HOUSE PRODUCTS! For the convenience of our growing trade, I have enstalled a large refrigerator, and am receiving the choicest Meats from the Packing Houses every day. Fine beef and pork roasts, chops, steaks, Etc. Phone us your order in this line as well as for fresh vegetables and groceries. We are at your service. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer GHILLIGOTHE VALLEY NEWS EARLY S. HENDRICK. EDITOR Entered a« seeond-eiass matter July #, 1911 at the lxmomee of Chillicothe. Texas, under act of Conirreiw. March 3. 1878. JUNE 26, 1913. Senator Bristow of Kansas says that henceforth he will stand always for principle in- stead of party, Looks like he is headed for the Democratic camp. The New Orleans States says: "Tom Marshall's thinness is the distressing feature of his photo- graph." Nope; it's his Adam's apple. Prof. Tuft is going to take out citizenship papers in Connecti- cut; and Connecticut went Dem- ocratic in the presidential elec tion. Truly, the Tuft ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 26 June 1913

* I n t i i o i Williams-King Installs Auto Delivery have discarded the slow one-gallus horse delivery, and instead installed an auto delivery, which is at your service on a moment's notice. Can delivery your grocery order in the twinkling of an eye. Phone us and see if we are not Johny-on-the-spot. 95 WILLIAMS-KING, THE JOHNY-ON-THE-SPOT GROCERS. 95 LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT CHILLICOTHE THE BEST TOWN IN TEXAS OF 2000 PEOPLE. IF LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LOCATE BUY TICKET TO CHILLICOTHE, Where the Slogan Is, "Good Will Toward All Men and Malace to None." Many Prominent Farmers and Professional Men In Town During Past Week. Farmers Are Busy. See my two-row Go-Devil be- fore buying.—J. P. McPlierson, For the best harness, at best prices, see Lee Bros. Mrs. W. L. Stafford is visiting in McColloch connty. E. G. Allen returned Friday from Noeona. A. M. Shelton. .1. B. Lloyd, et al were at Quanah Tuesday. Lee Martin was here Saturday on business, J. T. Oates was up from Ver- non Tuesday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 26 June 1913

9 I i "f n Su l: m i I ■ , 1 -<5> H Gem6 In "Verse OLb FAVORITES. WEIGHING THE BABY. . f VOW many pound* doe tlx baby walgh, Baby who cam* but a month ago? How many pound* from tha crowning ourl To tli* ro y point of the reallege toeT" Grandfather tie* tha kerchief knot, Tuadwly guide* the (winging weight Ukn4 oaJMftlily over hi* nlaa en peor* To read tha record, "Only eight" Nobody- weighed tlie baby'* *mll* Or tha love that came with tha helple** one; Nobody weighed the thread* of car* From which a woman'* life 1* *pun. No Index tell* the mighty worth Of a little baby'* quiet breath, A oft unceasing metronome, Patient and faithful until death. Nobody weighed the baby'* *oul, For here on earth no weights there b* That could avail. Qod only know* It* value In eternity. Only eight pound* to hold a aoul That aeeks no angol'a allver wing, But ahrlnea It In thla human gulae, Within so frail and email a thlngl Oh. mother, laugh your merry notel Bo gay and glad, but don't forget Fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 3 July 1913

- fallen Xtiw VOL. 6. NO. 3. CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS, JULY 3, 1913—THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR 1 THE HOME USEFUL TOOLS! Farming Too, „ are monny savtrs. High quality con- sidered, the lowest price tools made. Last twice the "life" of common tools. Cost nothing for repairs and do better work after years of use than many other tools do when shining new from the Hardware Store. Every hand farming tool on which you find the Keen Kutter trade mark is covered by a broad gauge guarantee. If a Keen Kutter fork, hoe, rake, scythe, biiatli, shovel, axe or hay knife, shows an imperfection of any kind, or fails to do the work for which it was intended, easily and fast, you get your money back. The same guarantee covers Keen Kuiter shop tools, razors, shears, pocket- knives and table cutlery. "The Recollection of Quality Remains Long Hfter tht Price is Forgotten." Trad* Murk Kogutertd. —E. c. SIMMONS. SHIVE-NAPIER IMPLEMENT CO. % CHILLICOTHE, TEXAS S POT LiCKER WINS OVER BUTTERMILK IN DALLAS DERATE. Dallas, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 3 July 1913

• fir ^ . ; ™ FRESH PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS! For the convenience of our growing trade, I have enstalled a large refrigerator, and am receiving the choicest Meats from the Packing Houses every day. Fine beef and pork roasts, chops, steaks, lite. Phone us your order in this line as well as for fresh vegetables and groceries. We are at your service. G. R. Jones, The Quality Grocer CHILLICOTHE VALLEY NEWS EARLY S. HENOfiICK, EDITOR Mntcr«"<J as second-claw mutier July 6.1911 at the ostoffloe ot ChllUeotbe, Texas, under net of Conirresfi. March 3. 1mb. JULY 3, 1913. Weather Report for June 1913. Maximum temperature, 100.00 on the 2nd. Minimum temperature, 0.00 on the 8th and 0th. Percipitation, 2.3.1 inches. Percipitation since January 1, 8.(58 inches. Pereipltation from January 1st to July 1, 1912, 12.12 inches. The Farmer's Union offers you the only means of yetting justice and prosperity. Also you must look to .your own publication for the facts and the real truth about your interes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 3 July 1913

«t o o Williams-King Installs Auto Delivery have discarded the slow one-gallus horse delivery, and instead installed an auto delivery, which is at ™ ® your service on a moment's notice. Can delivery your grocery order in the twinkling of an eye. Phone us and see if we are not Johny-on-the-spot. 95 WILLIAMS-KING, THE JOHIMY-ON-THE-SPOT GROCERS. 95 G. R. Jones made a business trip to Elmer Friday. N. M. Custer was noted on the treets Saturday. J. M. Rozzell was all smiles Saturday oyer the rain. N. S. and P. N. Durham were doing the city Saturday. Mrs. Malcolm Bray was shop- ping in the city Saturday. Hens Pic per pound in trade or 11c in cash.—G. R. Jones. See my two-row Go Devil be fore buying.—J. P. McPherson. Mrs. J. B. Forbes and sister were shopping in the city Satur- day. F. M. Wright and C. C. Sinoth- erman were here latter part of the week. J. C. Tidmore was doing the city Tuesday and said the rains were the things. Miss Minnie Barnes left Sun- day for Canyon where she will a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 3 July 1913

§ is ' \ m I 1i II % Wm$'. ' . ;• XV .... JULY4&5 On the above dates the Annual National Celebra- tion and Basket Picnic will be held at Condon Springs 2 Miles West of Vernon Music, Speaking, Balls, Swinging, High Diving, Baloon Ascension, Mer- ry-Go-Round. Also the Wild' West Show, and many other attractions. For further particulars, address James Condon, VERNON, TEXAS ITEMS OF INTEREST OF TEN YEARS AGO From the liles of the Vernon Hornet, Nov. 20, 190B. J. D. Summerour is quite sick at the residence of R. S. Kelly. For Sale.—200 canvas cots, or- dered for the Immigrants of the Frisco, for G5c each. Come quick before they are all gone. L. G. Hawkins, Chairman Committee. J. A. Gilliland was called to Gainesville Sunday by wire to the bedside of his aged father who iiad a stroke of paralysis. The old gentleman passed away Monday, remains being laid to rest in the old burying grounds in Cooke county. He leaves several grown child ren and many friends to mourn his demise. Peace to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 19 June 1914

'advertising DOC* for bubinebb what bteam doeb for a railroad. gladbtone. ark you running "on time. " Vol. 6. No. 51. Chillicothe, Texas, June 19, 1914. —BUY— The Deering Pure White Sisal .BINDER TWINE. You want the Best Twine, buy the best, as it proves to be the cheapest in the long run. We are trying to sell you Deering Twine this year, next year, and every year by giving you Weight, Length. Strength and Quality. Shive-Napier Implement Co. Headquarters for Everything in the Harvest Line FOUR BANKS CLOSED; ONE IS LORIMER'S. Chicago, III., June 13.—The La Salle Street Trust and Sav- ings Bank, popularly known as the William Lorimer Bank, and one of the largest State banks in Chicago, closed its doors today and was placed in the hands of the State Auditor. Bank Examiner Harkin has been placed in charge. The in- stitution has a paid-up capital of $1,000,000. Within half an hour after the closing, 1,500 excited depositors jammed La Salle street in front of the bank, clamoring for ad- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Chillicothe Valley News — 19 June 1914

CHILUCOTHE VALLEY NEWS D. M. NORWOOD, Manager. TEN PASSENGER TRAINS DAY. Fort Worth and Denver Time Cur it Ea;,l Bound W est Hound Ar. 9:40 a. m Ar. S:I5|<. in 11:50 . m 4:15 | . in 11.40 o. m 6 40 a m Ktn * Cltr MaxIoo and Orient Tunr Card South Bound North Hound Ar. 10:1)6 |>. ni Ar S W u m i o5 p ui i so > i" COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For County Judtre D. E. MAOKK. mahk robkrts W. S. BANISTKK "ForTBffM^ .Wessor: P. T. PLUMMKK J. D. MAHONKY For County Tax Collector1 BOB BROOKS N. L. JONES. A. F. DECKER For Sheriff FRANK WALKER, A. J. DAVIS For District Clerk JOHN D. LESTER For County Clerk - — J3JLAS MITCHELL For Public Weigher L. T. RAN DEL. TOM MCKEE. B. B. HALL J. K. TIDMORE M. C. AW ALT Constable Precinct No. M. P. OSWALT. For County Commissioner J. J. CREIGHTON. For Representative W. S. (STEVE) BELL For District J utlge J. A. NABERS For District Attorney ROY V. CROW DEP. " - _ HUGH D. SPENCER. With the harvesting of an im- mense small grain crop would seem a most opportu...

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