Judge Singleton, Kountze, Tx

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when he jumped He to was a to him a in friend a violent alterant settle be him a BATSON'S FIRST BANQUET. Quite m. CkanKC From Conditions Existed a Year Ago a* the Town. Let chair, of the. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS. Batson. Tex.. Nov. 14.-Tho streets of Batson lasi'Sniurday night were the of a grand ratification of the Democratic party. At the invitation of Deputy W. N. McConnlco, Mr. Barney Doran Judge Morrison, several of the leading politicians of Kountze and Sour Lake came over to' enjoy the hospitality o£ friends nere. A stand was eroded in front of the House and from there tie crowd listened speeches made 'by Judge Vincent of .Lake Judge Singleton of Kountzc, Deputy Sheriff .McConnico of Batson, Judges Montgomery and Morrison of Batson. After speaking the following gentlemen were requested lo repair to the Klmen Restaurant- Col. J. O. Morrison, master of ceremonies: Judge singleton of Kountze, Mr. Bob Ing of Sour- Lake, Judge Vincent of luukc. Judge Pelt of Sour Lake, Walter Manabun of Sour Lnlie. Tom Tcgue of Lalie: Sheriff L. G. Roberts of Kountze Liipt- J- i'. Hardy of Batson. Clark of Balson, James JIurphey of Batson. Little of Baison, Ranger Tom Franks Ballon. Ranger Tom Borm of Batson Winslow Robinson of Batson. Charles of Batson. Hay Miller of Batson, Barney Doran of Batson, N. O. Meyer of Batson, Deputy Sheriff McComiico of Batson, Chas! Robb of Bateon, Ed Branson of Batson Judge Horace Smith of Batson and W of the Batson World. They proceeded to do full justice to the elegant banquet before them and to enlov ~'*e"".- "n"inti uciyio lueui anu lo en themselves as only jolly politicians can At the request of the master of ceremonies ceremonies the "toasts" were responded to judges Singleton. Vincent, Montgomery Deputy Sheriff McConnico, Mr. Charles' Robb and Judge Horace Smith "-"""ies At the close of the feast a standing of thanks was extended to Mrs. Robb Mr. and Mrs. Bronson for the efficient manner every detail was carried out. This was the first time for any such occasion m Hardin County, and was quite an event In Batson, where less than a ago. when a man wanted something to he had to kill a squirrel, skin it with jack knife and cook it over a twig fire.

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 15 Nov 1904, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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