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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

* I fM I "... «- : I gPí ' '> " 'I Pi, lft_Pleaaant lest 8aturday and the" remains werrfmried in the cemetery there the next day. He wu a nature of Tenneesoee and came with the rest of the family here in the early fifties. When the Civil War broke out he enlisted, Aug- ust 1861, in company H., of the Second Texas Regiment and ser- ved as a true and tried soldier till the close of the war. W hen the war wan over he . returned here where liemudshuThome^till a few yearn ago when he 'moved with his family to Mt. Pleasant. Be was a highly honorable man with {friends [wherever he was known, lie leave surviv- ing him, his wife and one daugh- ter, Mrs. C. A. Itoe«ler of Mt. Pleasant and oue brother, Hick- ling McArthur of Vernon, duel winch was tffonght" last week be- tween Profenor Lsngevin snd M. Thery, s newspaper man, s New .1 York physician who studied st Hei- Miss Wotipka Entertains. In honor of Misses Annabel Fonts of Temple and Johnnie Lee, bride-elect, Miss Ixmise Wotipka entert...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

v Advertising Om —«to par Jnch PBK MOICTH following number nl tnohaa . _« aned weekly to obuln the itbly rale 1 to 9% loot <Wc P«r lncil fn « «>0 •• " «JfiO " -. «c " " t to 100 " ~ — «* " " Ail ad vertía lag ran until ordered oat. Local readers five cent! per line each insertion Cards of tliaaks, resolutions of fMfwct all matter of a like atsfture charged for same rate as local readers. Subscription Per Year ....$1.00 (Invariably in Advance.) 1 I Texas Industrial Notes. Eight hundrad acres of land near Victoria recently sold for a consideration of 185,000. Bonds to the amount of *45, C00 have been voted at Terrell for municipal improvements. 1 Ilk- .' n fev'. *r Í ' ' " '¥ fc;-''" ■ Z: ' k ■- ' v.J ii; *;•'■)$:* : H ■ s * One hundred and ninteen cars of cattle have been shipped from Ban Haba to northern markets since January let. . Ifttl' The Magnolia Petroleum Com- pany is Greeting an oil station *at Ganado, consisting: of three large steel tanks and an oil house. The Southe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

Vil J, Louis Glddings, wife and little ton Loals, vkttN relatives in IrmkMi Ibis Mrs. Obe Brown of Somerville, won visiting friends here Satur- day. For tanks, cittern , nutter , flues, e;e., go to Robt. Polansky at Jsnoík's «ture. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone No. 10. Mr*. Hal Shannon and little daughter returned to their home at Richmond, Friday. Mrs Ann i lit-nfro of Konier- villa, vinited fru'ndaaii'J relatives here Ptverul days this week. Mrs. Pattie Lane of Lampasas, who was a truest of Mrs. W. S. Burnett, left Saturday for Som erville to visit, relatives. Mrs. (J. A. Lewie returned to her home near Lyons Monday, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. W, S, Burnett here. Now Butler—A gentleman to e you sir, Boat—It isn't one of the family on a risit, it it? New Butleis-O, no, air, he is quits a nice-looking muu. Brings—That's the girl I was engaged to last year, and the en- gagement was broken off. Griggs—Did you ever get the ring back? Britfgp--Baek! Why she has just sent word wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

m?, m&t £ i s \ í ib* for |be offices to the actios of tbe Primary oí Jtüy IT, 1912. Representative I27th Aostio, Burleson, Colorado, it. b#d<1, Lse, and Walter AftD TU-UOTtO*, uf «salg wr J. Alexander. Attorney. , S. HUliard. OontrCM. Joseph Woodrash. fas Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. Loe W. Henal ce. Commtj Treasurer. B. P. Delatoater. C. C. Collin . Couatjr Superlateadeat. Frank Kadanka. Mrs. Etva Duckworth Tas Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J B. Mateek. £. O. Jenkins. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. 8. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwaite. OmbmMoht Beat 9 and Predict Xo. 6. J. N. Vavra. Commissioner Beet 4, Precincts 5 and . Wm. Bandolt. For Commissioner Beat 2 Precinots 2 and 6. H. H. Daniels. For Commissioner Beat 1. com- posed of Precincts 1 and 7 B. U. Bell For Justice Precinct 2 E. L. Flaningan Justice «, TOWN TOPICS. ssssaccssesesececses Miss Mary Jeter of Cameron, is the guest of Miss Kathleen Cedo. t Mrs. 8. H. Jackson was up from Houston this week to at* tspd the Blobm-Lee nuptials. = Sam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

U-. ■ s" ,• 0 MP- - #!<&>$. ■ 43M JMW i ■ Jjwi® I * "V IÜ ural mm r Hogg Hints. BB mem ara having some fine now and everything is joyful and happy as if dark oloud of sorrow had so lately reated on our little ie farmers all teem rather ly with their farm work. fW. W. Watson returned from ilvin Sunday where he h&e u visiting relatives. [Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Muesey of rmer were visitors here 8un- % W. C. Rundzhier of Chriesmaii ^as a business visitor here Wed- Irs. H. V. White and daugh- Miss Mamie, are recovering m a severa attack of Lagrippe measles. \iiss Addle Strong spent a few lys last weak at Mookerville. Pierce Albright and sister were it callers here Sunday irnoon. , Several from here attended the ►r at lieanville Thursday raning and all report a, fine JKKKm:0Sp..;-- / Carl Slrymer's little son has 0 quite siek with measles but upand¡about now.. Mrs. J. CJepper ot Somer- is visiting friends. .Iap a lac. Cooke Point. Hookerville Happening*. 4he farmers are getting ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 April 1912

■ ■ w á® J pra !: Avi Just Unloaded CAR WAÜKE6AN WIRE AND HOG FENCING. with us. Don't Wa want your business if the good dollar is run- ning low, your good nomo iiO. K. « forgot we toll John Deere end Avery Plows, two car loads bought for*this season. Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Salt South Texas Ribbon cane mo- lasses Northern 8eed Corn Cam and Millet Seed Seed Oats Garden Seed Onion Seta Oriole Flour—always Chops, Bran and Shorts Hardware Side Collars Hamas, Traces Collar Pads Book 8tovee If. BUI Plants Biding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire Elwood Hog Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterns OUR BIG 4 ) Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons noon Bros. and Banner Buggies Ve Wast Your Title ®|SniM^eiíin^enÉ¡tó We Will Tieat Ton Rifht P—.> mhmb «■■■■■ wmMtm I focal anb personal g ill Qapptninss ■ j. B y[ of the tpeeh. 1 J, P. Buchanan was up from Bren ham on legal business. B. R. Kelly and family were vp from Somervilk* Sunday and Monday to visit relatives. Mrs. W. W. Skinner and chil- d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

N*w« Batubllahad ISS4 Censolldata Chronlcl* * * lt>90 May 1007 AMD NEWS-CHRONICLE Volumne XXVIII Caldwell; Burleson County, Texas, May 3, 191a Number 0 Literary Society Banquet MHHM Mlim ABSOLUTE SAFETY j < In the best thing we have to offer. Other inducements are only of secon- dary importance. Upon this basis cn- iy do we solicit your patronage, Post- pone the getting of some things that you can get along without and put the money in the Bank. You never met a person with a bank account who regretted having started It. Why not start one today? The First State Bank Of Caidwt/t, I GUARANTY FUND BANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING ANY on© can have a hard wood floor with either light or dark inlaid border—or at least what looks and wears like one—My DEMONSTRATOR, who will be at CaJdwell Drvig Co's FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 3rd and 4th. will show you what I Mean and when you see her WORK you will be able to produce the tame result. IT IS GREAT—DON'T MISS IT. CH1NAMEL. The Twelfth A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

m ^ * §§ m lm-w% "«P (ocal ait6 personal J6aw«n«"9 ÍJJ i of Ibt n>e«h. Ut 1 WlillfclBKWnUfl John Wrba went to Temple on business Tuesday. Born: to Walter Kaiser and wife Friday morning, a boy. Born: to C. Kaltwasser and wife Monday night, a boy. Dr. O. C. McLeod came up irom Lyons Tuesday to visit relatives. i FOR SALE—-My new bunga- low residence in West Caldwell. Apply to Cliff Douglass. Mrs. 8. VT. Horns of Orange came up Tuesday to visit the /émUy of Prof, J, M. Smith. Mrs. B. F. DeJamater left Mon- day for Rogers to visit her sister Mrs. J. Y. Stubblefield wbo Was aiok. Miss Leon Webb returned irom SI Campo Tuesday, where she vfeited her sister, Mrs. E. W Felter. a few days. I F. A. Wiodhausen and I Art came up from Brenham Monday to attend the funeral of Herman Gebhardt. EMPIRE BUILDING: The Currents of Civilization Flowing Texas ward—69,000 Homeseekers and $123,000,- 000 of Property Moving Into Texas Annually. CUff Douglass and family have moved into the residence vacated ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

to do , for ito on tonio Off of 1912 4 M Fm loht I. odgr K. A. Hi Oebhardt died at tfat residence of his brother-in-law, Frank 8chrader, Sunday alter noon at 12:80 o'clock, after 14 days illness with Typhoid fever at the age of 30 years, 2 months amd i day. The funeral services were conducted at the residence of Frank Sshrader the next after- noon at 51 o'clock by Revs. J. W. •Goodwin and J. K. Vilt. The (remains were; buried in Masonic cemetery half tin hour later un der the auspices of the Sons of •Herrman, of which deceased was a member. He was a native of "Germany, coming to this county a few years a^o, had served his "time in the Germsn army and was a tine German scholar. He was married only a few weeks ago uud he is survived by his wife and one sister, Mrs. Frank 8chrader. There was a large cortege of friends and relatives who attended the funeral and burial. Notes on City Building. Citv knockers are nothing but * e [pessimistic boosters. * boosters accomplish at least two thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

4! I ! i f i 1 i 1 I! í. - i insertion perSlnch PEB MONTH The following number nf Bust be need weekly to obtain the monthly rate 1 h)K loch* 1 SOe per inch 80 SOc to 50 " to to 100 " 40c Ad advertising run until ordered out. Local readers ttve cento per line each insertion Cards oí thanks, resolutions of respect and sil mytter of a like nature charged for sama rate as local readers. Subscription Per Tear $1.00 (Invariably in Advanee.) Texts Industrial Notes. A Cane syrup mill is to be erected at Beaumont. A cotton gin is to be erected at Georgetown soon. Bight;-mm mi* of onions have been shipped from Laredo no far The Santa Pe Railroad is con- etructing a boiler and blacksmith sbep at Temple. The Honyton Gat Company -will spend $900,000. this year, lor improvements. 12.040.02 m Banking fixtures Due from National (not reeerTB agents) Due ageeta Checks and other caah items. Notes oí other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents Lawful Money Reserve iu Bank, viz w S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

Mé * t •* * ' « 4 % B. C. Newberry wu a Lyons visitor here Mooday. Casper Landolt was up from i Homer ville on business Monday. Mist* Elisabeth Cross of Cam- eron, visited friends here the itirst of the week. Mm. H. E. Ever hart returned to San Angelo Saturday from visiting friends here. Mrs. T. Elliott Htone returned to Georgetown after visiting her parents, O. W. Lee and wife. Rev. J. M. Lewis of Austin, preached in. the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. C. E. Cade returned the first of the week from Dallas where lie has been on business and rec- reating for the past while. M. Morrison who has been night operator for the Western Union for the past week or two, lias been transfered to Coleman and he is succeeded l y F. 8. Hieronymus. Slop Him. Or he will cough his head off. If he is a friend of yours, it will be kindness on your part to rec- ommend to him. St Nkodmui Balsamia. The only harmless remedy that gives immediate results. It allay s the inflamation, heals the sore pin cm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

w i ■f ■ iJíP Í* ■ * J i RATES District $10.00 County 7,5U Product 2-^ cash in advance JSSSL no announcement True feo accompanies same, saaras The Ledger is authorized to announce the following candidates for the.offices named, subject to the action of the JDemooratic Primary of July 27.1912. • For Plotorial Representative 127th District* Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller ■counties. Leonard Tillotson, of Sealy Por District Clerk: 43. W. Grant. County 9 udge. R. J. Alexander. County Attorney; W. N. Hilliard. County Clerk. Joseph Wondrash. fai Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. «herift. Lee W. Henslee. •County Treasurer. B. F. Delamater. C. C. Collins. County Superintendent- Frank Kadanka. Mrs. Elva Duckworth Tax Asee—or. W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek. E. G. Jenkins. Henry E. Newcomb. «Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. T. S. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwalte. •Commissioner Beat 9 and Justice Precinct No. 6. „ J. N. Vavra. Commissioner Beat 4, Precincts 4, 5 a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

«y.- Wwm®- ur Rural St<aff 1 OOOK18 POINT. srastlnation it the thief of A few weeks ago, 1 sug- 4 to the boys that they put | at leiafc two candidates for offlee in the county, but did aot heed nay cull, and Jury List. District court convenes here dia Monday May 14 and the follow- ing is the list of jurors: LIST OF CRAKD Jl'ltOKS, E E Carrington, R A Brantley, John .lapp, B <5 Newberry, I turn to th. ladictt and „ k Andrew H 0 ■'««"hoii Paul Blah , iey cao not bring out the re- number from their ranks. is no room for doubt they | eligible for the attorney gun has ruled that they ur *, for It two offices, t hut of tux sor and oounty superinten- Ladies, pull off your gloves >u need not roll up your . they are short enough ly. Some might have to jge hobble skirts for broad- before the campaign is Remember that if you are I, you are standing candi for life, for it is the law in >n county and is ax un- file us the laws of the and Persians, i kuow that re had about half dozen ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 3 May 1912

lisiSPi r*:*/' pp^i' •/'* ^ *^V" *,*jj ' V-S «. é i i *1 # ■ ':t;p: -a* Just Unloaded CAR WAUKEGAN AND H06 FENCING. W« want your butinau—if the good dollar it run- ning low, your good name is O. K. with us. Don't forget we tell John Deere and Avery Plows, two car loads bought for'this season. Blacksmith Coal Liverpool Salt South Texas Ribbon cane mo- lasses Northern 8eed Corn Cam and Millet Seed Seed Oats i o Garden Seed Onion Sets Oriole Flour—always Chops, .Bran and Shorts Hardware Side Collars Hames, Traces Collar Pads Buok Stoves If. Bill Planters Riding Middle Breakers Waukegan Wire El wood Hog Fencing Galvanised Roofing Champion Cisterns r OUR BIG 4 Mitchell and Old Hickory Wagons noon Bros. and 0 Banner 4 Buggies We Want Tour Trade ®|2niM^enftn^ento We Will Treat Yoo Right tocal anfc personal | Wilson N&vcamb of Shreve- porl, La., visited home folks here Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Annie Streckert and Miss Nora Cleb returned Monday from visiting in Rockdale. Miss Annabel Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

¿*M ' « - . V * -i-V J) •?« • • <* N*w« Balabllshad I8B4 Conaolldatad Chronlela ' * la0O Mav 189 7 AND NEVA/S CHRONICLE Ladgar Eatabllahad II Conaolldaiad Rato. I Volumne XXVIII Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, May lo, 191a Number 10 R"S. tfÉf: ' 5t? I ■ H&v'nt you Been Expect- ing to Start a BANK ACCOUNT- Been Trying to Save an Amount Sufficient to "MAKE A GOOD STAICT." If you wait for a large turn before mak- ing your "START* you will probably never get started. You doubtless know from your own ex- perience that the money which you can lay your hands on at any moment never lasts long. So start a Bank Account with us today, we earnestly solict your Banking business * 1 The First State .Bank Of Catdivcit, Tjoxas GUARANTY FUND CANK NO OTHER BUSINESS THAN BANKING HI SUICIDED IN CALABOOSE The Tools of the Trade ft re here of the best, because we oamfot get a 1 < rjk without the best. We are ac- curate in mixing and putting u p doctors proscriptions and our-dispensary is in c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

Qopptmng of the n?«eh. JÜ mm mm ■'J* ■ : *■ For tin work, go to Ro bt Polansfcy, at J h man's store. fc Mrs W. 1). Erad fori of Waco, isa guent of fcer tisle", Mrs. A. H. Foster, I A G. Giay we it to Ft. Worth Wednesday to buy mother Jcar of uiulee. FOR SALE—My new bunga- low residence in West Caldwell. Apply to Cliff Douglass. O. L. Baker und wife of Pitts Bridge, visited the family of T. F. Gilley this week. Mrs. H. H. Gilley left Tuesday for Temple where she will spend two weeks with relatives. J. M. Murray and Col. F. M. Griffin of Lyons, were here on business Tuesday. Dr. A. G. Krueger attended the State Medical Association meeting at Waco this week. Mrs. Daisy Fisher and little •daughter came up from Brenham Tuesday to visit 'ye editor and family. Oscar Porter of Decatur, Ala- bama, has accepted a job in the mechanical department of the Burleson County Ledger. John R. Lyon, A. N. Lauder- dale, Moma Mills, E. F. Rey- nolds and J. D. Giddmgs were Semerville visitors here Tuesday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

* k ki# Bud t)Hiiw i, íor tbi offiee of Tax Assessor. had his grip cut open Saturday night by «orne unknown party or parties. He had left the grip in hi* bugary in the liverystable and was knock- ing around over town.Twooffioers were passing on their way home, when they saw two men Hitting down by the black smith shop. The fellows ran when they saw the officers who went over to see what the two men had been up to. A grip wa8 found cut open and clothes scattered over the ground. The grip was carried into t he stables where It was recognized as Mr. Clinton's. The theory ia that the men supposed that in as much as Mr. Clinton is a candidate, they might find a bottle or two of whishey in it, but they were sadly disappoint ed, for there was none in it The worse loss was the damage to the grip which cost SI2. So far no arrests have been made and if the officers have any clew, they have not divulged it. The ball team from Rogers High Hrhool came down Friday afternoon and played a game of b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

¿¿fa - p^N. - ri;« IÜ m- PER MONTH The following number of i neb* must to* OMd weekly to obtain thee monthly rale. 1 to •)£ inch* SOe per inch 10 to SD " _ . , 50c " *• 30 te 50 ** 4Sc ** " SO lo 100 " 40c"1* All advertising ran until ordered oat. Local readers üve cents per line each insertion Subscription Per Tear Si.00 (Invariably in Advance.) There is no reason why Caldwell should not be an ideal city with her good schools, nice churches, and last but not least, the best and most progressive people. There is more improving and new building going on in our city at pres- ent than in any of our neighboring towns, and there is not a boon on either, just a steady growth. Farming lands in Burleson county are as good, if not better, than most of the land in other counties selling for $100 an acre and here it can be be bought for $15 up to $75. Come to grand old Burleson, we want you and will give you a welcome, sec- ond to none. If you are a stranger and want to live in the best little...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

i -I* \ la*-™ v , ■ i'. :•$ ' _ b _ 4 F l f "ijJF' ,♦ i of Brenham at county court here this week. Mies Minnie Kramer returned Fridey from anfÜt tended visit to relatives in Qlddiugs. R. 8. Newsom win up from the Brazos bottom this week attend* ing county court, Mitts Goldie Porter left Sat- urday for Rosenberg to visit her sister Mrs. Prentice Crumpler, Mrs. Pat tie Lane returned to Cisco Sunday after visiting the family of her uncle, W. 8. Bar- nstt. Mrs, j. NY. Goodwin and Mies Bettie Scott left Monday for Dallas where they attended the Inter Denominational Sunday School Convention which woe in session there Mrs. J. C. Woiubis went to Ft. Worth where she will visit till the 15 of this month when she will go to Oklahoma City to at- tend the liaptist Southern Con- vention which meets there. Ccnkey's Stock Remedies are not foods, hut medicine, a separ- at* remedy for each disease, made by the same peoplo that make Conkey's Poultry Remedies, Sold on money-back guarantee by Stone A Hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 10 May 1912

BH ES rV ; -• ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES TtWitrirt ,,...$10.00 County 7.50 Precinct 2'50 Terms, cash hi advance; (positively no announcement inserted ¡unless the ifee accompanies same. The Ledger is authorised to announce the following candidates for the offices named, lubject to the action of the Democratic Primary of July 27, 1912. For Flotorial Representative 127th District, Austin, Burleson, Colorado, Fayette, Ft. Bend, Lee, and Waller counties. Leonard TilloTson, of Sealy For District Clerk. G. W. Grant. Comity J ndge. R. J. Alexander. County Attorney. W. N. HilUard. County Clerk. Joseph Wondrash. Tax Collector. Geo. M. Johnston. -Sheriff. Lee W. Henslee. ^bounty Treasurer. B. F. Delamater.* C. C. Collin . County Superintendent. Frank Kadanka. Mrs. Elva Duckworth Tax Assessor. W. T. Clinton. J. B. Matcek. E* G. Jenkins. Henry E. Newcomb. Constable Precinct No. 1. A. T. (Ira) Haddox. \ T. S. Holmes. Arthur Odamthwaite. Commissioner Beat 2 and Justice Precinct No. 0. J. N. Vavra. Commis...

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