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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

- > ■'-•/ v'v *•. .... ' ■PPBljP? - ff • -.-cp.* ■ ir&V' V,, = ■3 [ ft1: H . I IMC CA5 COUNTY ftlJN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - - TEXAS Milan beef Is the best In Italy. Australia is 26 times larger than the British Isles. In three faces out of five the eyes are out of alignment. The bone frame of the average whale weighs about 45 tons. The American Bible society has sent men to work among the foreigners around Indianapolis. The foundation of the strong-room of the Bank of England Is 66 feet be- low the level of the street. From Irrigated fruit lands Wash- ington orchardmen are making from $1,000 to $2fc000 net per acre. The rice paper upon which the Chi- nese do such charming drawing Is a thin sheet of the pith of a tree. The shadow of the next thing you will have to dodge may be seen swiftly approaching. It is the motor roller skate. _ Why Invest in battleships, asks the economical citizen, when an Amer- ican liner can run down and sink an armored cruiser? Even with ...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

— c m #■■■■ ■ • 'ipmsry^ ■ :y:W^ . 1 I lift PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO STAR has for years been the world's leading brand of plug chewing tobacco. Statistics show that about one-fifth of all the chewers of plug tobacco chew STAR. There's a reason for this enormous and con- stantly increasing num- ber of STAR chewers, and it's just this— Star Plug has always been manufactured with one sole object in view— to give chewers the best chew of tobacco it is pos- sible to produce, yet to sell this STAR chew at a moderate price. i More chewers are learning every day that STAR, considered from the standpoint of true merit, has no competitor, and is the one best chew. For a long time there was a prejudice (which probably still exists) among certain chewers against the use of what is generally termed "Navy Tobacco,"becauseof the impression that all to- bacco of that character is too sweet. It is true that some brands of tobacco, similar in appearance to STAR, are too sweet to please chewers accustomed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

...wt.rnw? Mr, Business Man! John Bmger, Editor <& Proprietor ? mm B / ■ TlIKUAaStfttKN-TYiSnN puhlibhrtt every Y Tut> flay, t^-enVrrrd tlic l/litdon i>oatofll';u m Hevontl Class matter. a—tarrr.. —~I,'r -*—:— RATES Ot> SUBSCKICTtOM: Single copy per year ' ' $1.00 " lx trKmtfea ' 50 cents No papers sent <rttt without the cash in ADVAUiCJt; paper s(op]>ed when time is >tft, ix «e lose it. •Obituary notices aftc! cards at thanks *il 1 lie inserted at twoaWtH-a- ha 1 f cents per line. LET US HAVE PEACE, Thftt last democratic conven- tion was srwii a Wsmockatic Convention. It was so demo- cratic that tt would not let the people of the Congressional • Dis- tricts elect their own delegates to the National Convention—at least, unless they suited the Con- vention Polftfcnl Jtecbfee. So whe s> dtetwet dkl not elect del- ega^*tt <<>>..m-Tft the Macfrtoer the Machine appointed them. Just so—and stittthtf Machine pretends to- my "'"Let M have peace.'r Run...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

4;y ■ 0 JRffiK ■■51 ,ft| i ii J%N4J0UH6 EVENTS. TetniH- ^antliclatcs for District Office* . . jld.Otl j' C"Mhty " . . 5.0) " Moat " . . -.50 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to *>he action i>f til 9 tfemdcratic Pi'itrid. t'V. A * indiedttffi that the candi- date is subject to re electi0i1i for district judge— R P. POUNDERS. P. A Turnrk.* frOtt eONORRSS Is* fttSTfctCT- Morris SiiiShrard.* IfdR REPRESENTATIVE— , G. W. Pant, j. E. Eui,inoton, Hkmry D. WpusOmj POR COt.^TV Atf^RHKY-- E. Nkwt Spivey. * E. E. Broughek. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Gbo. w. c0ody. T, J. WlMWd: fjj L. C. Weavrr. * POR TAX ASSESSOR— \V. W. McCluno, J. L. "WiKKIWW. W. C. w'ii.lian(s; K. (PpODB) Wynn. pOR COtfNTV CI.ERK— I. E. LaSiikr. * fOk COUNTY ]ttDQt$~ v. d. Glass. * fcOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * ?0R TREASURERS \\'. f'uoRKNcic. * #0R-SHKRIFF— \V. C. Bi-alock. * *or county df rtibll^ instruction— M G Batss. fOR CONSTABLE, PllfS&fKjf I— J. M. I(000i Frank Miftti&x:* fOR J if 3*1'ic e of Tifaf PBAtji}...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

Ksii SSlife* P!* WW Lirii c Lawyers ■ftr; -•>•■ = • "i ' ' : tu, «i.ragsv«g. A KENTUCKY CA8E. ="=! L!il!S A lawsuit had been tried on tlio veranda of the crossroads store, and wt:?ii It. had been settled Limuel Juck- tin, who had watched the proceedings, took the home-made chair, vacated by the justice, leaned back against the wall and rermkaed: "Rather bad, this thing of goin' to law. And ain't It a peculiar state of society that educates men to stimulate quarrels? We may say that thev ain't trained for that purpose, but unless there are misun- lawyer's work is cut i a little too much of m not to look out for derstandin's oft, and he' Old Adam i his own int "You take ter," replied a wrong view of the mat- a young lawyer. "That is just about what I expected you to say. But grantln' to the lawyer all he can claim for himself, it must after all be allowed that the bickerin's and shortsightedness of the human give him the most of his excuse n'. A perfect sUte of clvillza- ie perfect...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

jpiagf*? $t$jg| , 3 ' j . f Hi i m IK. K - • ■' i ,i , •;■: ! -t V.%. ■ V . '1 —— KNEW WHAT THE JOB MEANT. Angry Citizen Put Ordeal Up to Street Car Company. Not long ago there entered the office ot the superintendent of a trolley lino tn Detroit aa angry citizen, demand- ing "Justice" in no uncertain terms. In response to the official's gentle Inquiry touching the cause of the de- mand, the angry citizen explained that on the day previous as his wife was boarding one of the company's cars, the conductor thereof had stepped on his spouse's dress, tearing from It more than a yard of material. "I can't see that we are to blame for that," protested the superintendent. "What do you expect us to do, get her a new dress?" "No, sir, I do not," rejoined the angry citizen, brandishing a piece of cloth. "What I propose is that you people shall match this material."— Harper's Weekly. There 1b more Catarrh In this >ectlon of the country then all other dlaeaaeii pat together, and until the la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 June 1908

JPfi pt-rf' • i i MiM ff $fe4#i - $■■■>'/"• ' ' * ItaWfsHfl Her Heart. BeeUtng to know how best to .Interest betdn ruy convention. I .-.Itieu lire tc the wise man,- wliu spoke'/Speak thou of many things. So Ion"- as she Maculates, the subject thou must change; but when she risks a question, then will you know the topic tbtft is nearest to her heart/' Whereupon i returned unto tbef maiden and rtfted in* voice niowt tn oefully into speech/ "I was talking to a friend of mine aB Icamenloii# the streets." I remarked unto her. ''Vie is a writer of books and has seen the strangest sights and scenes." She turned to inv the face of Innocence, but said nothing. "He lias traveled in distant lands, has sailed the seas and triumphed o'er the mountain tops. He has braved the snows of Alaska and the tropic sun of hi the Amazon. India has been his stamping ground, and over China he widely has roamed." "Just to think!" she cried. "He.has -studied the picture galleries of the whole wide world; Lon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

i i I ' I :■ ' ;*'Vv VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1908, WANTED 1,000 a _ Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-O.pel-a- tlve Union of America. Charter- ed by the State of Texas, and m r.'ir S— Clitirclit'g UA.Pt 1ST G. K. Williams, Pastor. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday, L. C. Weaver, Superintendent! Preaching every 2n<J> and 4th Sunday Copy-Kighted by the United by the Pastor at li a. m. and at night. StateHj and Indorsed by the Exe- , Prayer meeting every Wednesday night •entire Committee of the White Farmer* Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E. As 4UM0EK, Linden Texas. B. I£. LIGONi M. D. Offers his serviced to the people t f Lindeit utid slliTotinding fotittti'y. Prompt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your practice solicited. Office with Dr. Davis. NO. I.adie^ Aid Society meets every Satur- day evening M. It. CPURCH SOUTH C. M. Cac.IvE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

Mnn ' «. H HsiyMHK I r-..llT„tT1 ■Tr.r„-ww.1 ;'V ." ■sm THE CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LTNPEN, TKXAS Why shouldn't jnllk be sold from bottles? Glass Is cheap. Cuban cities have established a rep- utation for being clean, and are living up to the reputation. The sight of an automobile killed a horse In Beilefontaine. Thus It es- caped breathing the fumes. A Brooklyn waiter dropped dead when given a $3 tip. Another argu- ment against the tipping evil. We don't know whether Mme. Anna Gould Is wearing a Merry Widow hat or not, but it seems as if it would be appropriate. , A Detroit woman dropped dead be- cause she was called a crank, an ac- tion which proved that, after all, she must have been very foolish. New York's hotel for women Is closed, owing to a dispute over rent. The landlord probably refused to mark it down from $400 to $399.99. Lack of confidence may cause many of our woes, but overconfidence ia quite as bad, as the fruit trees which blossomed too soon might te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

KB, „, I, SCENES IN CAIRO The Funny Things One Seei in Smiling Round the World By MARSHALL P. WILDER (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) A first drive In Cairo Is a joy—the objects of interest are so unceasing and so replete with historical meaning. The first thing to stir one's memory is the opera house, built in six weeks, so thero might be a fitting home of song for the company of great French sing- ers brought over by the royal spend- thrift Ismail to assist in the gorgeous celebration attending the opening of the Suez canal. Here was given the first perform- ance of Verdi's opera "Aida," written expressly for the occasion. The per- formance was further unique from the fact that Mariotte Bey, the great Egyptologist and discoverer of the Rossetta stone, gave his attention to the production, so that every detail of scenery, costume and plot was histor- ically correct, while the Egyptian museum was ransacked for properties and Jewels. It was probably the great- est stage production e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

■ m imm CABS COUNTY fcUN "IH-II;,. ■ II pi« UN ■■«!■ Joka Banger, Editor <fe Proprietor 'I'UKOASS COUNTY SUN imblUbwfl *vi"-y Tuesday, Is entertxl at thu Linden i>oatoltt'so as Seoou&Clwn ratbs of subscription" year ' $1.00 ' six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash advance; paper stopped when time is out, or we lose it.. Obituary notices and'curds of thftts wilt he inserted at two-and-a-half c nts per line. i HI M &1 m m' Mi V eCMMISSWNERS' COURT PROCEEDINGS Court met in special session, s an Equalization Board on Jtone the 8tb. Present: V. D. fcl-lass, presiding judge, J. P. Fant, H. C. Abernathy,. H. G Greene and XI. II. Cobb, Com- missioners; M. B'. Gavins, Dept. Sheriff. The following obligation was taken, as required by law: State of Texas i County of Cuss i Commission- ers' Court, Cass County, Texas, specie! session Jume 1!X)8. We, V. D. Gla*s, County Judge, J'. P. Fant, II. C. Abernathy,.H. Greene and R. R.Cobb Coun- ty Commissioners, of the Bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

•• v ■ , o ' A. - . - W1 '.WMM RNN0Uf4CEME|SlT 'JVmotisj. Cuudidat: IP'- foi District Office! " County " . . 5,00 " " Bcut " . . 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-elect ton. i. Mr. Lee Williams of Mt. Zion ha3 located in our town, he $10.001 Will uss\st his brother Garfield in his blacksmith shop, we are glad to welcome him to our city. l>OR DISTRICT JUDGE— s r. roUNDitus, P; A Tl KNIvK.* FOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT— Morris Sukitard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE— 0 W. Eant, j. K. Ellington, Hbnry D. Nblson. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY-— E. Newt Spivby. * E. K. B rough BR. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— Gbo. W. Coodv. T. J. Wilson. t, C. WBAVER. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— W. W. McClung, J. L. Tiiag«ard. W. C. Williams, K. (DoodE) WynN, FOR COUNTY CLERK— i. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE— T. L. Nipper. V.- D. Glass. * FOR DISTRICT CLERK— Elmer Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Florence. * FOR SttERll-T-- ' I; W. C. Blalock. * FOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

" V M gpi SS&wlP 1 S • •' ! 5 i '' l'; "K'■:.' '' " ■.■•v..; ;\ '. ■; 1 i'- ,. \vT: ! *** iL,^ ■' .y i • ' ; , , f Ml . ■'!"r' ' r •■ 8 Mfl&u.™ *Etn EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE ^sJP WWB jpi Hil % 1 '"''J MISS JULIA MARLOWE. ««/ fl/n #/acf fo writs my endorse- ment of the great remedy, Peruna. I do so most heartily. "'-Julia Marlowe. Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens the nerves. The nerve centers require nutrition. If the digestion is impaired, the nerve centers become anemic, and nervous debility is the result. Peruna Is not a nen'ine nor a stimulant. It benefits the nerves by benefiting digestion. Peruna frees the stomach of ca- tarrhal congestions and normal diges- tion is the result. In other words, Peruna goes to the bottom of the whole difficulty, when the disagreeable symptoms disappear. Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Wallace, Cal., writes: "I was troubled with my stomach for six years. Was treated by three d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

'x Iff' ^ . I ;ffr:s ,iv •. "■ m CUSHIONS FOR PINS HANDY ARTICLES IN USE TIME AGO. 80ME Then the Necessity for Economy Made Them of Value, To-day the Sav- ing of Time la More to Be Considered. Many a middle aged woman remem- fc>ers the handy pin cushion that hung by the window In her grandmother's kitchen and another that stood on the sitting-room table all bristling with steel heads and eyes. The first cushion was likely to be heart shaped and cov- ered with red flannel, and the other made over a glass pedestal or a brick. The brick pin cushion, which betrayed its foundation only in Its shape, was very useful for holding the end of a long seam such as were then sewed by hand, and along its sides were rows of blunts and sharps and favorite darn- ing needles, for in those days, before one could buy needles and pins for a penny a paper on bargain days, a needle was used a long time before ac- cident happened to it. Once In a year or two the brick was uncovered and the stuffed top t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 June 1908

An Editor's Creed Lb I ■ « & ■/§: 'I ' * K 1 -«a ma-w?. Hi« 1 3u! dm RA:t*■'$5f| ■S'.' . II 1. i wm | L* . ■ ' m Out in Shacklei'orn County there is an editor who nailed the •following creed to his editorial jnaat-hoad. "The columns of this paper are not peppered and salted with policy or political graft. We ain't got any black pants, white vest, aci-esor-tailed coat or bee- gum hat. Our wife just can't learn U9 to eat pie with a fork—- and to save our life wo juat can't Bit down in a parlor with a lot of wingless butterflies aud brain- less dudes and act silly and talk like a durned fool; therefore po- lite society has slammed its door in our face. We are not the dad- dy of the King's English, and we haven't got a lug stock of honeyed words: Wo don't wear the sham smile of a saint, or pa- rad« up and down the earth lij'r- j>ayed in the robe of righteous- ness; and wo do not -put-the pub- lic on the back t,o make it. love us nnd what wo say or think in the closet we pen on pf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

0 W'>+W. Is '■ ■ s M'i; ' ■-■Sf •f- 13. A. BlKiiLR, l*«il liittlici*. > -A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests of the People. feabi?crijniai , $1 Ai VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1908. •|—Him- - " V V^'W. . rXm■MOHHHMMl WANTED 1,000 ^i ^CTO r Y fm up? i ||\ ■ r flfl Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of tbe United States into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Charter. (•(1 by the State of Texan, and Copy-Iiighted by tho United .States, atul Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of tho White Farmery Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. M. A. Banobii, Linden Texas. K. K. 1,1001ST, M. D. Offers his services to the people of Linden and surrounding country. Prompt atten- tion given to nil calls day or night, your practice solicited. Oliice with Dr. Davis. Call ut J. 0. (joodman's Bar- ber Shop for first class work Everything clean and nice, up- to-date Uair cut, sharp razors and clean shaves, all in a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

H CASS COl'NTY JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - TEXAS Great opportunities exist in Spain (or American farm implements. Among flowers the chrysanthemum 1b said to live the longest after being cut Germany sends 29,000,000 feathers a year to England for millinery pur- poses. Perhaps London did not care for "The College Widow" because It had never met her. Every father of seven or more chll dren Is practically exempt from tax a tlon in France. With a big deficit in her budget Japan is not yearning for war at tho present moment. Raisull is a hard man to kill. A face like his would have been the death of an ordinary man long ago. The collection of anthropoid apes in the Regent's Park Gardens, London, is the finest ever brought together. A lecturer asserts that American babies cry because they are overfed. How in the world did he ever find out? Ogden Armour carries only $2.50 with him when he is In Europe. He doesn't want to be tempted to over- Up the waiters. A Columbus, O., man saved ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

••'♦-W-4V. .Vf ' s ' . ' ' ' .' HON. WILLIAM H. TAFT ■ i 13-SV V'Sr* '■W'fryg'&N'i.f ■'• . HH ■ %■ ' .' *.& ':<;■*$ X • |g|P|g :V '; . 45i ■■ sPliSfeai: 'v S? ,> < w< , ,, 4;hi ">• ><!! S .. itiiMlmfyM Hg# ••::*"• flu2 • ', >•• .o- < wMm A V ' ' /J Jftffl «jisr 'i^M fc^'-VA-v{; L * ' '-* ' . vMx'ttei*a ■ ,/.rC ^feylWw v\W£<: J i a R* • J1||H ■■P-v^' •> 'is '*■'■ 'j Jr / r • / Photo by Moffett Studio, Chicago. Temporary Organization Perfected in Republican Gathering at Chi- cago" Senator Burrows Sounds Party Keynote. Chicago.—With every state and ter- ritorial delegation in its appointed place, with enthusiasm at white heat, •with big brass bands stationed at either end of the Coliseum, with the great building a mass of flags and banners, the Republican national con- vention was called to order by Chair- man New on Tuesday morning. Rev. William O. Waters of Chicago made the opening prayer, as follows: O, Lord, our heavenly Father, the high and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

■MgH r«s^. ■ * 11 ■ * f; „! :^;0c t'V BUI . •, ^ . ■ i- JWf & Proprietor —— ■ ■ TI1EQASS COUNTY SUN pnblhhod every TacaUay, In out'Teu t the Liudiu poatofli'.o na Sei.ond.OliutD jriRtti'r. kates.of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cpols No papers sent out without the cash in advance; paper stopped when time is out. or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents' per line. KV-i W ■ THAT FOIL TAX. We did think that the law re- quiring one to have a. poll tax receipt before one could vote was a good thing, but may be we were mistaken. Of course we believe that every man subject to.poll tax should be made to pay it, eveii If he had to work it out on a vo.2k pile, or the public roads, a jid I notice that the poll ax law does not get the tax nor the vote evidence, the small vote cast iii all elections, perhaps less than 60 per cejit.; VfY*#*<x%*i Besides—in a government like ours—one's liberties are wrapped u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 June 1908

JR j' 1 1I ■ Mr. Sam Hob ns Mill Saturduy. so CAPiTAL T we .solicit t he patronage >i tie ■p timer ANNOUNCEJV.ir • s Terms ■ Candidates for District Offices . . $10.00 " " County " . . 5.09 " Beat " . . 2.50 Always Cash in Advance. Rabject to the action of the Democratic Primary. A * indicates that the candi- date is subject to re-election. FOR DISTRICT JUDr.R—' S P. POUNDERS. P. A Turner* FOR CONGRESS 1st DISTRICT— Morris Siirppard.* FOR REPRESENTATIVE- G. W. Fan*, , J. E. Elunotom, Henry D Nrlsom FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— E. Nsv.-t Smvby. r E. E. bxougmkr. FOR TAX COLLECTOR— c.jto. \v. Coody. T. J. Wii.son. L. C. WlSAVER. * FOR TAX ASSESSOR— ^ w. \v. McClvng, J. L. Thagc ■:jA" Wf C. Wii.ljAms, Wf ' K. .(DOODE) WYNN-3 FOR COUNTY CLERK— 1. E. Lanier. * FOR COUNTY JUDGE- T. L Nipper- \ * D. GLASS. ■ - ~, vfc* FOR DISTRICT CLERK- 'jf-; Elmbr Brown. * FOR TREASURER— G. W. Klorencb. * FOR SHERIFF— , W f* Tli AT orK * FOR COUNTY' SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION- - }. B. HendbRSOn Jr, ...

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