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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS VOL. XXXIII—NO. 89 B]ytli«Till« Courier Blytbcvlllc Heruld Blythevtll* Dally Ntwi Valley I/»d« D ° MINANT NEWSPAPER 0V NOKTHBAST ARKANSAS AND SOOTHEASV MISSOUHl HUTIIKVILLK, AUKANSAS, MONDAY, JUNK 20, I9M SINGLE COPIES P1VR CENTS PLEADS GUILTY Industrial Enst Is fill Polilical G r o vi n c Says Frazier Hun I CC fjC !Drowns While Swimming UU Ul ] in Chute Near Osceola GGLE OSCEOLA, Ark.—The body or Gene Wilson, 10, who losl ills life yesterday afternoon while swiiu- r-1 mlng iii the chute above tiic Osce- I , ola Cotton oil mill, was rcsovcred j t'nis morning. >- Funeral services for the youth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Wilson, who live on the Godfrey White -1 place, were to be held today at the '' Luxora cemetery with the Rev. J T. Handle officiating. Tills is llic first of four slortei by Fra/icr Hunt, famed autlmr- liew!|ia|ic'r corrcsiionilenl, on Ihe truid of voting; sentiment in Ihe Iliuuslrial easl. » » 4 By FHAZIEK HUNT (Copyrig'nl, 1936, NEA Service, Inc..) With both conventions over, with Father Charles Coughlin out in the open for Representative William Lemke and his Union Party, and with Al Sinifii off for a walk, a swift, rust-hand survey of the New England .states, New York. New Jersey, and eastern Pennsylvania merits the following rather broad nnd general conclusions: 1. 'Hie campaign will be fought on straight New Deal and anti- New Deal lines—with clearly cut and extremely bitter class prejudices definitely injected into the struggle. 't. At this end-ol-Jimc point in the campaign, it appears that Lan<ton unquestionably will carry Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, with Rhode Island apparently on his list. Belli Massachusetts and Connecticut are debatable states. In the former, at Ihe moment. Roosevelt seems to have a slight edge, wliile in the latter the odds arc even. , 3. Landon apparently is gaining '•strength iii New York stats, outside or New York City, but the plurality he Jikely .will roll up there will, it'appears probable, be swept aside jiy 1 a rstilL larger Roosevelt iilurality-irttlxite'big •city fc&fr'! 4. New Jersey is extremely doubtful, but ; at this time Ro; veil is rcgniriin; ground. 5. 'Eastern Pennsylvania and Philadelphia may for the first time in their history go Dsmocratic in a national election. Apparently Roosevelt has slightly better than an even chance of carrying the City of Brotherly Love. Many think lie can carry the state. S. LLanclon has all the earmarks of a popular candidate, but in the cast his dry background will cost him some votes. 7. The third parly will take more votes away' from Roosevelt t'iian from London, but it is doubtful if it. will have any considerable effect in the cast. The Coughlin some of his lost Fowler Injured 8 o'clock Sunday night. Fowler and her daughter Mrs. Lendennie • n nd Daughter Sunday Night Mrs. Lendennie Fowler sustained n compound fracture of the right arm. cuts and bruises and lier daughter. Miss. Pauline Fowler. 17, wns severely ci't nnd bruised when their car turned over on Highway til, near Burdette, about ' Mrs. had been ilsitlng in Csceola and were returning home when tlu accident occurred. The right front wheel or the car went olf ihe pavement when Mrs. Fowler 'irove to one. side as Another car passed. When she attempted to iiu-n the car back onto the pavement the wheel caught against the side of the pavement nnd Mrs. Fowler lost control of the machine which turned over. Miss Fowler apparently was hro\vn clear of the car, through the windshield. Her mother was tinned under the car uy her arm and could not be released mill passing motorists had stopped and' lifted the machine. . • r. .They (.sverc.. 'it As ed • ' to" 11 1 c ; ' 'Bly'= thevillc hospital where they were resting fairly well today. 'j Named Canadian , <J ' Minister to U.S. Preacher Asks Probe; "We're Going lo Get What We Go After" KANSAS 01TY, Mo., June 29 <UP)— An ominous picture showing the planned military overthrow of the mitlonnl government by "shlrlcd." disciplined terrorists, now lacking u leader, was drawn today by; the Rev. L. M. Birkhead, Unitarian minister and Civil Liberties Union official. Birklicnd asked l-rcsident Roosevelt for an investigation, clllng "definite proof" of plans for a seizure of local and stale governments and a march on Washington by more than 100 organizations. lilrkhead said he had proof the "While Shirt Crusaders," wllh headquarters at Chattanooga, Tenn., plan the terrorism nnd overthrow he describes. Kansas CHy, he said, Is a western headquarters Tor. the organization and in this area more than a dozen &4*'W.-)i-?:& ifeSlife mK^imtm ____ Sir Herbert Marley (above) for-' mcrly Minister to Japan has organizations of similar character! I'ecn named by Premier Macken' • - ie King ol Ca nadn is be Minister to the United Stales, it was announced in Ihe House ol Commons at Ottawa. leader 'Admits S'htns- CIHATTANOOGA, Tcll.l., June Four Dead, 14 Hurt When Machine Hits Georgia Bridge CHATTANOOGA. Term., June ?9 IUP>—Four negroes -\vcre kill- id nnd 14 injured early today vjin.v in LHU uabt, me uougnunI ^ iujmi-v, t.-.ujj Influence no longer has religious | * >h(m il 1)us carrying an significance. Forrsccs Democratic Vicloiy in Slalc But let us get down to Cases, examining first the state of Massachusetts that Roosevelt carried in 11122 by 03,189 votes. I went to a leading Boston Democrat, recommended to me DS not only intelligent, but fair and cool-headed. I \vill quote 'n!s exact \vords for whatever they may lie worth: -The low lidc for Roosevelt In Massachusetts was reached In Ihe fall of 1935. Due to general improvement in business, nnd to resentment engendered by ths Liberty League anrt Al Smith's speech, t'ne odds of 55 to 45 against Roosevelt have now tinned in favor of Roosevelt in the snine proportion "Despite the- fact that many of us may Deplore it. the election' in this stale will be a .straight figlit between the common people tile Brahmins. and excursion parly en route from Atlanta crashed Into a bridge near Dai- ton, Ga. Two of the negroes brought to a hospital here were seriously hi-rt. Hospital attaches said both of them were, unlikely lo recover. Ambulance drivers wlio visited the crash scene said the bus apparently side-swiped the bridge, shearing: away one side of the machine. The negroes had chartered the bus to attend revival services in Atlanta conducted by a negro minister, formerly of chntlano:ga. ffl. (UPt^-GcoVgc W. Christians, leader of ''The American Fascists" —the Cri-saders for Economic Liberty-boasted today that an investigation of his organization would . "disclose plenty" but defied authorities to o]>?n an inquiry. '... ; Oponly. : adinllting Unit his group Is ready' to resort lo violence should it become necessary to attain his ends, he said the. Cru- 5i!ders.,.u)an a. niarch^on Washing Ion. ;ifter ihe November election. ', Charging the Crusaders planned seizure of local and state governments by force, the Rev. L. " I.; Kirkhead. Kansas City leader of "'the Civil Liberties. Union, last night risked , President Roosevelt to investigate the organization.! Today Christians freely admitted his "Pascisti" Dimmed the march on Washington. .. "They'll Find I'lunly" "Let 'cm investigate us — it's ckay by us," lie said. "They'll probatly find plenty because we're eoing lo get what we go afler, regardless of what means we have to employ." "Decs thnt mean you are willing to resort to violence?" he was asked. "It means we're going to get what we go after." lie said. Boasting tlial the secert society lias l:cen extended "Into every city and hamlet of the nation during the last five years.'' Christians was vague abort plans for the march on Washington. EXPECT 3,900 IT Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, June 23 (UP) — Stocks moved irregularly today in light tmrnoVsr, featured by strength In Chrysler, which made a new high since 1929. and the "Our Irish. Italians, and French i 5' cel shares, which lost one to j are Catbolics, btt despite Father Coughlin they will be for Roosevelt, because they are common people—and the mass of the voters still 'nave a mystical faith that Roase- vell Is on their side. ... | "And one thing more; the Demo-1 c'rats have built up a strong organization all over the state and they will get oul the vote. H will be fairly close, but we wilt carry this slate." Visions Massachusetts for G. O. I>. My next call was on an equally intelligent and fair-minded Republican leader. He obviously was trying to give as impartial an analysis as 'no could. He said: "I I think Landon will carry this stale, but it will be a close race. Among certain elements of independen tlabor tAere is "a good deal of bitterness against Roosevelt due to the way relief has teen handled. This vote will tell against the Democrats. "As far as Republicans are concerned, it's clear that we will have plenty of money. In a recent special election a man I know raised in a few days three times the amount .he had figured he would need. . "I admit, thai there will be a good deal O f c iass prejudice Injected i"to this c'lsclion. Tiic RepuWi- on page Inree) Half Year Automobile Licenses Now Available Auto and truck licenses for the six months period beginning July 1 arc now available at the districl office of the state revenue commissioner in the Ingram building 'n ere. The licenses are obtainable on payment of half the fee required for the full year's license. Quarter year licenses will be obtainable beginning Oct. 1. New York Cotton two poinls. A T and T 166 3-8 Anaconda Copper 34 Bethlehem Steel 50 3-8 Chrysler Cilies Service Coca Cola General American Tank General Electric General Motel's International Harvester McKesson-Hobbins Montgomery Ward r^ew York Central Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio Corp St. Louis-San Francisco Simmons Beds Standard of N J Texas Co U S Smelting .. U S Steel Warner Bros Zcr.ile Ill 1-t 4 3-4 08 7-8 48 1-2 38 66 1-2 87 1-2 9 1-4 44 3-8 35 3-8 10 5-8 42 1-2 11 1-2 2 29 1-8 59 1-8 35 1-8 85 60 5-8 10 1-8 5 7-8 Chicago Wheat July Sep July Sep open 92 3-4 93 5-8 high low close 94 1-4 92 5-8 01 1-8 95 93 3-8 D4 7-8 (UP)NEW YORK. June 29. Cotton closed steady. 0]>eti high low close July . 1223 1230 1220 1228 Oct Dec Farm Bureaus and Exlen- ...sion Agents'" Arrange Meeting al Burdelte The Farm Bureau and agricultural extension organizations of the county are completing plans'for cnterlainment of 3.000.-inen and a Farm Forum'meeting and barbecue at Ilurdcite Wednesday. - ; There will be addresses by farm leaders, entertainment features, and plenty of barbecued park, beef nnd kid. TYirm Bureau members have cdntribul«l 30 'nogs which will be sold on the Memphis market and the proceeds used to buy hams and shoulders for the barbecue. Three beeves and a numijcr of kids will also be barbecued. Godfrey white lias contributed potatoes cnoug'n to serve potato salad to 3,000. Rufus Brancfr, president of the South Mississippi County Farm Bureau, will preside at the morning session, and c. C. Langston, president of the North Mississippi County Farm Bureau, at the afternoon session. The program follows: Morning session:—Oroup singing; invocation, Rev. Alfred Carpenter; call lo order. J. p. Tompkins; presentation of extension agents and county Farm Burc-u; presidents; address, S. D. Carpenter, district extension agent; quartet. Snady orove Junior Adult 4-H club; team demonstration In inoculation of soybeans. Hatcher I-H club; 'address, J. N. Lipscomb. u S department of agriculture. Afternoon session:—croup sing- Ing; talk, Gelling the Most Out of the Family Dollar,- Miss Sue Marshal], introduced by Miss Cora Lee Colcman; Uilk. Mrs. J. J. White president of the county council of home demonstration clubs; talk, Farm Bureau for Arkansas Farm- idgc Sole American Victor in British Meet 1 WIMBLEDON, Eiif,, June" S9 1U1')—Donald Budge, tlio ml-lop- Jiril California youngsler, became A'meileaV. sole hope In the nll- Uuglaiid tennis championship today when ; hls two Duvls cupmiites, Hryan draw, of Atlanta, and Wllmer Allison, of Texas, were detailed by England's two lop ranking players In quarter final round lliulge gained Ihe semi-final round wltli u 0-2, (j-4, (i-4 victory over Adrian Qulst, Australian champion and cup .star, but Cimnl JfuJ Allison bowed to Fred Perry aiid Wilfred Austin, respectively. \, MPITOl OFFICE DEFIES Aviator's Helmet Replaces Crown Readings as High as 106 j Recorded Yesterday; \ Rain Badly Needed I MEMPHIS, June 29 (UP)—The second Intense heat wave, of thci season gripped the mid-south lo-i Jay. Temperatures of 100 degrees 1 or more were reported In .several cities. | The Untied Stales weiillier bureau here held hopes for no Immediate relief today nnd forecast temperatures of 100 or nbove here by late iiflernoon and even higher llB tiros for other cities In this area. Aided little by recent showers, gardens, grains and hay crops continue to suffer. These crops already have been practically mined in many areas. '. Cotton has held up well lint Is beginning to show need of moisture. Highest reading In the Soulh yesterday was 10l> at Bowling preen,'' Ky.. and Decalur, Ala., Siteton. Mo., and Bolivar, Tetin'., I bad 105. Little Rock had 100 and I Memphis !)7. ! i Jan Mar May 1101 1163 1154 1161 1156 1161 1152 1159 1157 lltfo 1153 1160 11511 1163 1153 1162 1162 1108 1157 1168 Spots closed o,itict al 1239. on 10. Spol Average Is 12.28 The average price of' 7-8 inch middling cotton on t'ne ten sjiot spot markets today was 12.28, according lo Ihe Blylhcville Board of Trade. Producers arc entitled to a subsidy only when the spot average falls below 12 cents psr pound. Chicago Corn open high low close 05 5-8 6G 5-8 05 5-8 66 3-8 05 1-4 G6 5-8 05 1-8 60 1-8 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, III. (UP)— Hogs: 8.500. Top 11.00. 170-230 Ibs., 10.85-11.00. 140-1$0 Ibs., 10.00-10.90. Bulk sows. 885-9.25. Cattle 5.000. Steers 6.75-8.35. Slaughter steers, 5.00-8-50. Mixed yearlings and heifers, 4.50 8.10. Slaughter heifers, 4 50-8.50. Deef cows, 4.25-5.00. Cutters & low cutlers, 2.15-4,00. OCCUPATION TUX Playboy Congressman l:'.s- capcs from Sanitarium; Situation Raffling WASHINGTON. June 50 (UP) — Pcod was taken Into licpirwiiui-, tlvc Minion A. /hincliiTk's office this nflcrnoDii and It wns pcsslbta that he uus .scilllni! down for a lotn; sel-jc ngiilnsl uulhor- Mies, ballled by legal technicalities. A Iniy. laden with bread, butler, cull'iio and hot cover plates of cither food was carried inlo /lonchcck's cmb'illh'd oii'lce by thrco cupllol policemen. The Democratic congressman from Washington sunlit Ihe pro- tecllon of Ills congressional office lifter he esciiued yesterday from n prlvnlc .sanitarium In l!al- liinore by vm'lllng a seven foot fence. So long us lie remains In his clt'lce only capllol police have Juilsdicllcn over him and they have no legal reason to place him In custody. Clslilcl cf Columbia police want Zlonclicck on a wnrranl charging him wllh usiiauUIng his landlady and Maryland police waul him us a fugitive from Ihe sani- I'ulum. lint neither have pinvcr to act. Tills afternoon police, a physician and a blond secretary from the otflcc of the house scrBcam- ul-arms were called (o Hie Zlun- chcck svilc at various limes, presumably for consulliillon with the plnvboy leulslalor. Bui If their efforts were directed toward convincing him that he should surrender, they' seemingly had been futile, for Instead of Zloncheck's appearing for removal again lo Gallagher hospital or the private Maryland sanitarium, he remained secluded and sent oi't for food. Zionchcck. playboy of congress, who got arrested for speeding, got married, got drunk on his honeymoon and finally got commuted to Gallagher hospital for mental cbservatioii, \vas found In his oilice at dawn today when a charwoman went In lo clean. Sentence Deferred; Will Be Witness Against Vigilante Leaders lloiv well do yon know your es- KiiUJs? This one abdicated when his ideas for liberalizing ihe IMV- ernmciil met apposition nnd now Is ranking an intensive study of iwiation. lie Is Prince Prnjiullij- polt, former Klnu of Slnin. seen In the cockpit of his plane oul- sldo.of London. Black Legion" Scrawled n Motel Room Lipstick on Mirror Girl Burned When Kettle of Hot Water Overturns Town fs Entitled to Collect From Traveling Photographers LITTLE ROCK, 'June 23 (UP) —'Hie state supreme court today ruled that an occupation tax may. be collected from traveling photo-1 fondly burned about her right arm graphers, overruling • a Bcnlon'nnd body in a peculiar accident county circuit court ruling. The decision was in the case of Jack Gray and T. G. Allen, travel- Ing photographers, who contended that the act of the 1935 general assembly in authorizing towns to collect an occupation tax was illegal. The higher tribunal affirmed the action of a Fulaskl county chancery court in naming former attorney general Walter Pojie us receiver for the National Standard Life Insurance company instead of Druce Bullion, whose name was submitted by stockholders, of the Insurance company. ' Pope was named to the post by Atty. Gen. Carl E. Bailey after the stale insurance commissioner..,.^ had asked that a receiver be] form! named to protect (he interests of policy holders. OdLc nice, 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Fttcc, Saturday nleht. A kettle filled with steaming water overturned on Miss Rice as a table fell while she wns standing near It. In attempting to escape she slipped and fell In the scaldlnif water. She ft at the home of her parents at Chtckasawlm and Broadway. CHICAGO, June 28 (UP) — A sleepy Imy ran Inlo a hold lobby early today and sobbed n slory of a negro or masked man who beat his mother lo death and ,'theil scrawled "Black Lf!Kl<m';,-!fr"ll)i«tuk on a mirror. i Tile victim was Miss Florence Casllc, pretty 25-year-old divorcee nnd night, .club hostess. Her son, James, 7, nw&KO In Ihe :llmly lighted hotel room to see lie Intruder "hitting mother about Ihe ears" wllh a, brick, questioned he man, und then lapsed back lo sleep, partly from weariness nnd partly from paralysing fear. The boy's dim recollections, ammered between tears, were fed eagerly by police, anxious • learn whether Ihe hooded Michigan terroristic organization :md perpetrated Hie crime or if .he slayer merely left Ihe crimson inscription to confuse pursuit. The killing occurred In n hotel frequented by show people on Chicago's gold coast. Henry Loberg Recovering from Monoxide Poisoning Ilcnry Loberg, elderly local junk dealer, is recovering at his home on Douynn street from the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning. He was said to have been talk, Soil Conservation Program, E D. While, extension economist. The court reversed the $12.500 Judgment received by Schuylai' Burkhart against the Pekln Wood j Products company for personal iti- tlie firm. The court ' said (bat Burkharfs employers had used all precautions against injuries to unconscious In Ills car at Ills home Saturday. Lci.'.'rg wa:( given treatment at Hie Blythcville hos- pilal and lalcr discharged. Resigns Presidency of League Assembly GUN'EVA, Jun c 211 (Ul'l — 1'rcsidenl Kilouard licncs of C/cchcslovakia formally resigned today as president ol the League of Nations assembly. School Record Perfect HOLLY SPRINGS. N. C. (UI'I — Miss Lillian Johnson completed 1 "' 1 " school career without having employes and that his own Injury I t)ccn absent or tardy In II years, might have been caused by ncgll- clnss valedictorian, with a record 1 o*,,™ „,, *!,„ ,,-,^1 ~t ._.. J of "A" grades during high school, flic was presented with a scholar- Uhip medal on yraduallon. gence on the parl of workers. New Orleans Cotton ORLEANS. June 20 (UP) — The cotlon market was lower today due to liquidation prompted by reopening of government loan cotton. Selling, however, was on a moderate scale and prices were down 10 I lowest. July .... Oct Dec Jan. . Mar. .. May lo 19 points at their open UMi . 1227 1230 • 1153- 1157 . 1150 . 1147 1152 1155 1157 1156 1159 1165 low close 1222 1230 1148 1153 1117 1156 1147 11SQ 1152 1159 1153 1105 Spots closed steady al 1255. un changed. Official Poll Tax List Completed by Sheriff j Tlic official list of Mississippi' county residents who paid ihtiri 1935 poll taxes by June 15 thus; qualifying to vo! e in ho August! primary, w',1 probably be ectti-! fied by sheriff clarence 51. Wilson and placed with the counly court clerk today. [ Unofficial lists have been pro-' pared from fn e slierifi and col- 1 lector's records by other agencies! but the official list to be orinled and given to election officials for! their guidance has only recently! been completed. Three Drunks Fined Three men were (toed Jio each In municipal court this morning on charges of public drunkenness They were: Hubert White, OOTU McKay and Qulnlon Sprayberry Place Orders Now for Special Edition Readers who desire cxlra copies of the 04-page Historical and Progress edition which Ilin Courier News will publish on Wednesday, July 1, arc invited lo place their orders In advance. While a considerable number of extra copies arc being prepared it ls~f)0ssible that there will not be enough to go around. Those who order now will ba sure of obUlnlrvj papers. All regular subscribers will receive one copy of the special edition without extra charge. The price for additional copies will be 10 cents, wilh an extra charge of eight cents for mailing. Royalist Crash ouse Editor Injured n Today at Toul- mm mm June 29 (UP)' — Dayton Dean, designated by Hlnck Legion ollidiils as their trigger ""in In Itiie order's terroristic activities, today pleaded guilty • lu ' "' e of kidnaping and mur- _ Charles A. I'oole, Wl'A worker, last April 12. Circuit Judge Joseph A. Moynl- 11:11. accepting tiie pleu of the nun who confessed he shot Poolo lown In cold blood, did not pass icnlence of life imprisonment. , Jut referred the case lo the pr<r= •Jutlon deiwrttnnnl. ~" In u dull voice, Ucnii told the court hi!: renllxiKl (the gravity of tho chaise and Hint he desired to plead giimy. "Do you want lo Ihink It over?" Hits court asked. "No, sir, 1 ' Dcm{ replied, .'"( uiluht us well do it now as lal- cr." Prosecutor uiinenn M.- McCrca asked Immediately after Uiu chunky slayer had entered Ills plea that Dean be retained as n witness In the Poole. .case Tor which 12 alleged members of the vigilante band now are nwnithvr trial. Nine more alleged members .of (he vigilante Ulack Legion were ordered held for trial today as authorities them. wltli an attempted riot and n murder plot against a politician. Bailey and Cazort . /Today LllTLE ROCK, June ''20 KOI') — The campaigns of two mori. candldnles for iho Detnocratle. noinlnatlon Tor gQ««"ioi v 111 be launched tonight In widely \sbp- nralcd cltlc.s. Atty. Gen. Carl E. Bailey opens Ills active speaking campaign In Helena while L;. Qov. Len Cazort starts his nt Riisscllvllte. Their entrance Into Ihe campaign will bring the number of active candidates up to eight. Former Comptroller Howard Reed and Dave Paitnln, Van Duren attorney, are the only candidates who have not made their opening speeches. PARTS, June 29 (UP)— Serious violence at Toulouse marked the protracted general .strike fn France today. The strike hitherto ha.s been comparatively peaceful. At Toulouse several were Injured including the royalist editor. Edouard de Carol. The casualties occurred during a violent clash between adherents of the conservative right and the light wing elements supporting the new popular front government of Premier Leon Dlum. Many were arrested. Massed forces of police guarded the public sfinarc.s and boulevards. Twenty thousand workers went out in the Moselle valley Industrial district, making a total still on strike of about. 180,000. Five thousand dock workers at Marseilles threatened to go out again, '•ylng up shipping. Former Osceola Dies at San Pastor Tex, E. M. Eaton Announces Candidacy for Constable The Courier News has been authorized to announce the candidacy of E. M. Eaton for the or- tlcc of constable of the Chlcka- sawba towmhlp. In making his announcement for the first political office he has ever sought Mr. Eaton issued this statement: I wish to state ^to the voters of this township that I am n candidate for the office of constable. I have resided In your community and midst tor 23 years; have hnci experience In various lines of work and different vocations, which brought me in contact with the public. I have at nil times tried lo demean myself as a good citizen should, ami I feel like my merits and demerit.'! nre known by practically every voter In this township. "If I am elected to this office. I will try to conduct my office nnd the affairs pertaining thereto In an upright, fair, honest, and Impartial manner with kindness nnd courtesy to all, frwors and special privileges to no one, class, or faction. I will do my utmost to co-operate wllh everyone having business with my office and I promise not to favor some in violation of law nnd punish others. I promise not to use my office for the personal gain of any particular class of people, or firms, but will honestly and conscientiously, to the best of iny ability, enforce the law and discharge the duties of my ortice. "Your vote nnd Influence will be appreciated and I shall spare no effort to prove my worthiness of your support." OSCEOLA. Ark.— Osccola friends! received telegrams yesterday noli- 1 fyine them of the death Saturday I nt San- Angclo, Tex., of the Rev. Fred Little, who was pastor of the Methodist church 'here n number of years 'ago. Funeral nrranje-mcnta had not been completed yesterday but] friends here were of the opinion thnt burlnl will be at the Texas city where me family has lived for several yenrs. Pneuinuiiiu was the cause of death. Mr. Little went to Texas after his health failed while he was 1 serving the local church, WEATHER Arkansas — Partly cloudy, local thundcrshowers In norlhwest portion tonight or Tuesday and in northeast and centra! portions Tuesday. Not qulle so warm In north and central portions Tuesday. Memphis and vicinity—Generally fair tonight and Tuesday. Continued warm, The maximum lemperature here yesterday was 104, minimum 71, clear, according to Samuel F. Norris, official weallior observer.

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