Ralph Allison Grand Jury Daily Free Press 15 June 1917, p 2

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Ralph Allison Grand Jury
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15 June 1917, p 2 - JURORS FOR SEPTEMBER j appointed judges The...
JURORS FOR SEPTEMBER j appointed judges The county board of supervisors adjourned adjourned Tuesday evening, after naming naming election judges for the 30 precincts precincts iu Jackson county and grand jurors for the September term of circuit circuit court. A dramshop license was granted Henry Bngert of Neunert. The vote was 11 yes, 10 no. The board fixed the price to be paid the Hheriff for dieting prisoners, making making it 25 cents per meal, The following grand jurors wer named: Elk, George Leek, Vergennes, I. H, Oornett. Ora, Friend Crain. Bradley, Peter Oarr and Georg Benson. DeSoto, J. H. Bandy. Somerset, J. L. Davis and Georg Smith. Lfevau, Hank Herring, Kinkaid, Pat Shields. Degognia, Fred Aughouse. Oarbondale, H. O, Mertz and John Tregoning. Murphysboro, D. E. Muual, W. D black and Campbell Lipe, Sand Ridge, A. L. Snider. Fountain Bluff, Henry Arbeiter. Makanda; Fred Beecher and R. D Baker, Jr. Pomona, R. G. Lindsey asad Thoma Rains. Grand Tower, C. F. McDonald. According to the Jaw two repabli can election judges and one democra udge are appointed in republican pre cincts, and in democratic precincti an of election. Th board named the following election judges: Elk, E v A. Spiller and George Burbank, Burbank, republicans; Joe Powers, democrat. democrat. Vergennes, John Blacklock. and O E. Floyd, republicans; Ray Allard democrat. Ora, Ed Birkner and John B. Williamson, Williamson, republioana; James Casteel, democrat, Ava, William Underwood and John Wall, democrats; William Bro wnfield, republican. Campbell Hill, B. G. McNeal and Geo. Wahlman, democrats; Walter Barrow, republican. DeSoto, 0. A. .MoOord and S. E. Heiple, republicans; Robert .Beasley, democrat. Somerset No. 1, Anthony Pate and Joe Jacquot, democrats; Amos Cos, republican. Somerset No. 2, William Zeigler and Ben Evans, republicans; James Horn, democrat. Levan, J. D, Smith and Winfleld Brouillette, democrats; Simeon Worthen, Worthen, republican. Kiukaid, H. 0. Austin and D. B. Tal- Jott, democrats; Bd Worthen, repub- icau. Degoguia, Andy Koraodo and F. W. Sanselmeier, republicans; George Cluster, democrat. Oarbondale No. 1, W. 0. Seiberfc, W. A. Smith, republicans; Chas. Oil- inger democrat. Carbondale No. 2, L. A. Porter and 0. P. Wilson, republicans; Frank Dil- inger, democrat. Carboudale No. 3, Marion Holliday .nd John Farley, republicans; J. A. 3 atterson, democrat. Oarbondale 4, Sol Orawshaw and 3harles Johnson, republicans; A. F, imith, democrats. Murphysboro No. 1, Ralph Allison nd Carl Daum, republicans; Thomas McDonald, democrat. Murphysboro No. 2, Robert Pellett and Fred Spence, republicans; James Wright, democrat. Murphysboro 3, Chester Delano aud W. S. Roberts, republicans; John Pelzer, Pelzer, democrat. lin the coal fate the Senate It extraordinary with statewide waterways navigable the A work channel linking channel of a No n As ion s It value inea ost Yet his e or lon, It lig hese arge?, o. the By ect ility ned That ut f arge ict As fuel vital. A the fcjtate, bulk the ficient freight. In value It is branch

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