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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 8

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THE PARS NEWS. It34 YANKEES Gomez Beats St Louis As Tkers Bow ^m. -> Brilliant Chunker Gets Help In Form of Homer B LEAD IN AMERICAN LEAGUE BX HTGH S. FUIXERTOX. JR. Associated Press Sports Writer TTfcjfvisg ir ,j ur ;es or. '.he western tour, "the Yankees returned eastward Friday with no appreciable loss as the result of their trip. They were a half .came ahead c. ;r>£ .^ oi ; ^.en they left, and after droppiW -o second place. *ihey were again :n front a» -.--e>^ -turned. Despite injuries to ^> ai ; e B.uth, Ben Chapman and r-s.rle Combs, the Tanks ^°'-Sj* ineir ••way back to the top Thurscay TR-iien a brilliant hurling: exhibition by* Goofy Gomez and L.-OU Gehr-S s 2Sth homer brought therr. 2. 3 to 1 victory over St. L-ou:s whiie the Hec" Sox belted Detroit for the second straight day, H to 2, The real drama in the American ^__'s performance came in. _a =*tinS between two second c:- •yision d T 'bs when "Sad" Sam Jones of Chicago. ihe oldest pitcher in "he circuit ar-.c a Kg Tea-raer for more than ±0 years, celebrated his 42nd birthday by shutting out VTasliissTor. wita six bits for a S to 0 victory. The Athletics and Cleveland were rained •out. Although they couldn't scatter the jinx of the Dean brothers, the Giants agrair. £Ot the best cc me Rational I^agrue stru^s'e by acd- i-sjr a half srame to their lead when they broke ever: in a dou-Die Deader with the Ca.rdina.ls. The two Deans, who haver/: lost to "V^'-v "c-rk this season, srs.r;§rsd s? to" win the opener 7 to 2. Paul pitched seven ir. nines and srct credit for the family's ^f^- " l ~ •sniEpli over the league leaders, ai:^ JDjaeiy relieved him when he tirec Towara the finish. Carl Hucbell ; •was on the losinc er.a. Fat Freddy ; Locals Rout Mt Veraon; Score 16 - 6 _^_— ! «^ • Visitors Give Up In SLxth'QEXS Logsdon, who manages ] which open. October -_—» n t c the Paris Battlers, a seau-pro dental \v ^h t ne -i . ..When Battlers 5*COre i Tne race Time* limes 6 coinci- tb. exposition t^Jt? JET Cki ^* AJ«.*.*^^i.J» «fc «^.*^. *r^ ••*• - . . . i team recently organized here, -said ol the fair. Tne race meeting will I Thursday his team would meet i run to October 2.. or one week af , er cl ose 01 the visitors to 16 to 6 cleaning game that featured many Bogata team have been considerably . , ened recently and Manager Ix>ss-! l"- :r OI ^n a game taat leaiureu ^—^ <^<>n expects them to give his | extra base hits by the home club ' Battlers a really tough scrap Sun-1 and two by the visitors. The sixth ; day. was the bis: Battler inning; during - fair, ac- by Otto officiated at American tracks and th& fQ ., r Aiae -j can ^^^Q allowed to officiate at The visitors started off with a 1 one run lead off Bowes, starting Paris pitcher, which lead was wiped out in the Paris half of the first. In the second tne Battlers scored four runs on oiean hits. one of which was a home run by M orris Bailey, sensational kid third baseman, which was pre- ; ceded by a double by Spea.rs. ; In the sixth the home club ; really got busy and before the ; smoke had cleared away the game was so decisively iced that the , visitors- called it a. cay and gave ] up the ghost. ; The main features of the game • I were two home runs by Reece. ; Paris catcher. Bailey's circuit ; ciouz and another this lac hit that T bounded over the fence and the ; general an around play of the j home club. Perhaps the longest j hit of the day was a ball hit by i Si>ea.rs th'at cleared the left field ( w"ire anc landed in the pasture | on the north side of the road. [ Sunday the Battlers play Bo- I r,^ . ..^.srata., which has assembled a fast | !« - v . a - TeVft'V^" Treek 1 c- ab - Among others that are well. | Georgia joush*,e. ---O ,ast ^f« wbo will be in tbe Bogata | j tamed Frar.K graham -r. ^he f _ = ^^^ ^..^ „„,, srnr^v ; i serni-final of . kr.ew him regret to learn that "Wee Dickie" j Kcrr. hero of the famous Black I .--;••:: - ^r.dal cf 1919, is critically | :!! at his home ; In Houston. Kerr i !ii.s been out of I baseball for a [ number of years; but always will t be remembered ! as the nervy lit- j tie lefthander ! who vrent out • ;tnd won fwo ; victories for the} Chicago Sos: in } i the world series • with Cincinnati j back in 1919: after some of j the more highly -j track in Montreal and is in Dallas September 1- He will have full charge of the fall race meeting at the state fair. In addition to the selection of Mr Reeder as general manager of the track the racing division of the state exposition has also voted to resurface the track and to beautify the infield indicating they are out to make the races a bis; part of the\fair. iOM alcng the baseball front coir.es rurrrors that Jimmie -he ace first baseman and r "i' r . clouter de l--xe for Mr. Connie Mack's Philadelphia Ath- let^o- 5 will change uniforms be^ore the start of "the 1935 cam•^ a ! =r Yes, the Boston Red Sox touted performers bad fizzled out. j The scandal that grew out of this j series probably never will be for- • gotten by baseball men. i Here is Georg Harben. Underwood, j Idea! Laxative For Hot Weather .** \-- ;_ •- —' — ' _. ... „ ! cording to i main event position wttn L-- .e-, ^.^^ . = ^^^^^^^ -^ e Soga.ta team. j doubtable Billy Burns as his op- j ~ " -• - ,,= ... j _ >/ ^_ J=1 _ l . r r ~ r ,^^. -T5-J1J xrr^stle t-wo ou~ ft-"- — -*--^> ^, - !T> T ^C"* J ~—^.^'»" ^--*.i- i -*^-". •»-** .-^- «.— 7 \ c' three falls with s. two hour \,- ' " •- - — - ' time limit on Tuesday night's card, j to which all Boy Scouts in uniform i 1 w^I be admitted free. Also Per- 1 i ,. ; _ Paul Deader, well known Indian '. ;; I pinner fro— Hugo, will be on the I taousd for Paris, The locals loaned ~Harper. leftnauder, to Hugo j Sunday and they • let Manager Ixjgsdoa ; questions fans care to ask abctit _ : •wrestling wil! be added features. \ "" - Hurhey Critz ar.d Hank L.eiber. ' i the Dodgers. C to 3- Pittsburgh's • i x;:rie--ame losing- streak came to '; '• ar er:d throusrh "lie capable hurl- ; ' ing cf I^arry French, who set the \ \ Phillies down with three hits to \ '.. b:l;, Z to -0- The Phils ca~e back ; i behind Curt Z>av:s to -wit; the ; i afterpiece 5 ~o Z. I ] The He-is do-ted the 3ra~es ' : n*o submiss'.o". 12 to 5. agreed = ce for IiUaO. ihe iigers wan; i i iiE race for honors in the field j of landing white perch shifted | Thursday to B. P. Sims when he I landed a. rwo pound, 15 ounce i specimen from JLake Crook. This' is the 3-a.rffest "white perch ca.ught; this year and put Mr. Sirns in '; the lead In this month's Lindsay's ; Sporting Goods contest- He used i a minnow ro make the catch after j his brother S. B. Sims, visiting j from Brownwoad. said he had > "showed him how to catch the j big ones,"' \ Grove and some other replacements they have recently secured It seems the Red Sox manage- .^^j,,.. ,-i v.-ining to pan with a fair >f the- coin of the realm TEXAS LJSAGUE Dallas 4. Galveston 9. nl»ht game. <14 Innings.) San Antonio 4. Fort Worth 0. night game. Houston 8. Oklahoma City 0. night game- Beaumont 12. Tulsa 1. AMERICAN ££AGI7IE: Xew York 3. St. I^ouis 1- Boston 11. Detroit J. Chicago 9. Washington 0. Philadelphia at Cleveland. postponed rain. NATIONAL. UEAGCE St. Louis 7-3. Xew York 2-6. Brooklyn 6. Chicago J. SarazenNow Stripped Of All Titles Al Watrous Puts Roving Roman Out of Professional Tourney BUFFAX.O. N. T.(*V—Time is his own now for the roving Koruan. Gene Sarazen. It ha» been, years since he ha* been thrust into early retirement during the professional golfers" annual warfare, but this year he returns early to his Sabine farm. Calm resignation marked Sarazen's attitude after, his defeat by IDMMERCE CHECKS PETTY CRIME WAVE COMMERCE.—A* a. result oC h« uniuual number of theft case* cleared up in and around Commerce during th» last **ven day* .y Sheriff JX M. Newton "and Deputy Harry Ethrid**, County Attorney Lowery' has been kept >usy taking statements and hold- examining trials. Newton and Ethridg* hav» recovered watches, trousers, knives. ahoes» a riny. a radio, and automobile parts in ;heir intensive campaign against :he criminal element in this area during the past week, The wave of burylariw which began about a week ago with th*~ robbery of a natatorium. the Pena filling station, the North Hill garage, and the East Texas filling station, has been checked by a number of arrests. . . , ----- ---Pittsburgh 3-3. Philadelphia 0-1. Al \Vatrou» of 3>etroit. 4 and 3. 5. Cincinnati 12. Boston 5. WEST J>IX1K UEAGTTE Palestine 2. Longvieiv 0. Lufkin 11. Henderson 10. Jacksonville S. Tyler 3. night game. EAST DIXIE Clarksdale 5. Greenville 4. El i>orado 4. Greenwood 1. Pine Bluff 3. Jackson 1, night game. in the second round of th» P. G. A, championship Thursday although in prior years Sarazen. when beaten back would stomp off \ th» course snarling. sour and burning. This was a highly important commercial affair at Buffalo for the brawney and bronzed little man against whom many famed golfers have bumped and been wrecked- Sarazen cancelled European exhibitions to come back and Heeder. s race officials manage Harper for tie Oklahoma . *•"' fall race meeting of o£ Texas. $,., ^xchancre for the services of th& slue-cine Mr. Foxx and since Connie Mack tas started bis tearins: down process he probably will r»ar* -with Jiinmie, Just look at tho" he l" a - -disposed of—Sirn- ir.ons. Haas. Dykes, Cochrane. Grove. Earr-shav.-, a.nd "Walbers to mention tie besi known., /"* A.RL. Hubbe-11. the individual star of the all-star sa.me by virtue of his sensational pitching feat of striking: out tbe bis five order in succession, has been - a busy hand this year -with Bill In the first S4 games the Giants r»lave<i K^bnell appeared in 2S. TEXAS Team— San Antonio — Galveston Tulsa, Dallas Bea.umont .... Port \Vorth. . -. Houston ...... Oklahoina City W. 5S 57 54 55 52 49 4S 45 47 4S 51 53 54 5S 62 Pct. .553 play in the P. G. A. This was hiN only title and he needed championship because championships mean money. Usually when m. title is in. view Sarazen can draw a sharp bead on that subject to the utter ex elusion of everything else, bet thi year kindly disposed parties pre .519 will decide whether he Is sane. Late "Wednesday he was found guilty of hacking to death his mother. Mrs. Carrie I*. Payne, and brother. Robert. The jurors made' no recommendation, leaving Payne to be hanged unless he is found to have been insane at the time of the double slaying. § Vote For Clarence M. oecresr AMERICAN JLEAGTJE Team— "W. I— New York .. Detroit '...'.. Cleveland .. Boston St. lx>uis . . "Washington Philadelphia Chicago . - - 55 5? 50 50 40 43 34 35 40 44 45 50 54 51 ~-*f I *ented Gene with two lambs and :hey divided his interest"While Sarazen -was back on hi ,435 i farm, his conqueror engraged Crai .452 i Wood of Hollywood, X. J.. in " .462 | quarter-final match.. .410 Paul Runyan of White. Plains, X. T.. the betting choice at odds | of 2 1-2 to 1. took on young: Dick Pet. ! Metz of Chicago. 3>enny Shute of .5221 Philadelphia traded strokes with .520 i A- Kougrbton, "Washington, I>. C._ .5551 conqueror of Fay Coleman of .532 { Dedham. Mass.. the medalist, roe* ,-•> | Gene Klunes of Xorristown, Penna. ' ! •.452 .333 .344 ss.n-3Ic, finals. iience the Wrestling Information Is Fans' for Asking Tuesday a neu) industry "Tickets for Sunday's game will | b~ on sals at Plaza. Drug Store, \ Ps.!ace Draff Siore. Ingrra^ri's Ga-1 rs.se. Deweese Grocery, I>e^ees ] Service Station. J>avenport*s Con-1 iec-ionery. Kildebrand's Confeci-f Gr cec T^r 2 MaraSSrservS* 0 ' 2 ^ \ Holds to Be Explained and Demonstrated By Wrestler, on L^mar Avenue and smith., j er; 5 cou ts and Perkins Employes to Come In ^r*^ H:lihouse Grocery. Game is i ' _ . , , . %,-. , 7o"be called at 3:30. [ Free At Athletic CluJ> KATIOXAL LJEAGUE Team— W. I*. Xew 1 ork 50 34 Chicago 55 3S St- Zjouls ........ 54 37 Boston 45 43 Pittsburgh 42 46 Brooklyn 40 52 Philadelphia 40 53 Cincinnati 30 50 PLATES Des^ned^Wbde j t^LLTTEE HEADS. LABELS, || SIGHSnJES OJT5-E3C Mark Kennedy Voie For Commissioner, Prec. 3 Vic Frazier Beats Tulsa For Starter There will much ado at the Paris Athletic Crab next Tuesday sight a=ide from three wrestling match- Former Texas Conies Back. Tfais Time With Beaunaont I For instance: Bill Sledge will be | on hand to give a. demonstration I of how wrestling holes are secured ! by the s;rapplers and how each may ! be blocked- Sledge—or some oth-ir | qualified a.uthority— will answer j any questions the fans care to ask 'is to what wrestlers hold the ! championships in each division. :n ! vrhich states tiiey are recognized I now a. wrestler secomes a profes- | sional, what technicalities of the I j^rofession are allowed in profes- | sional "wrestiin.s' that are oa.rred ;n 1 amateur sport and other Quesiior.s. • The manner in -which the •wrestlers themselves will b-i -;:-:along with the cause of , ar.d ke-eps bis opponent moving t about to escape quick defeat. Ke ! ing- to Texas. : Bums is well known around ! these parts, having- previously ! '^.-restied here as a. light heavy. ! He has changed his tactics some. I itickingr pretty close to clean man- I &uvering nc-"^ but has not forgot• ten ho-w to get rough, if the. oc- i casion. demands. I jFrarikie Graham will return to ; face Koush Souse Jack O'Brien i is the semi-final of the evening:. WEST JOIXXH Tea,m—— "W. 1^. Jacksonville 13 11 Henderson IS 23 l>ufkin ...-...-..- 15 IS Palestine 14 19 Tyler 10 20 Team—* W, 1^ Pine Bluff 23 10 GreenviSle IS 14 HI Dora.do ....... 15 15 Green-wood 15 IS Jackson- 13 20 Clarksdale S2 21 Pet. .634 .533 .4S4 .477 .4351 .430 .333 Pet. I .633 .551 1 _5S1 ] .455 j .42^ .333 I Pct. .597 -5S3 .500 -4S4 .394 .3S4 Convicted Slayer Faces Trial NO-H* For Sanity I.OS AXGKLBS, (£>)•—Convicted of murder for the ai slaying of h3a mother and brother. Loui* j>ude Payne, 21-year-old student. faced another superior court trial Thursday—a trial in which a jary For cotton -weigher at Paris plac* I iras born and reared in lAmar county, never made a race for public office until four years aRO. At that time I made tbe race for 'the same office vrnich I am JIOTT. seekias. ....... I -received a substantial i^ote *t that time running second out of five men *.nd -went into the second primary. I am running strictly on my OTVH merits a.nd If elected I -wisa to merit the confidence of tb» people that I am able, willing, can arid will do the job in *. fair and efficient way. Sincerely Clarence M. Secrest (Political Adv.> CALL 401— We will buy or trad* lor your old furniture- Come In to see «• for the best values tn home fur- . H. Baker Furn. Co. "Th* House Tnat Sells Fcr !>«••** KEEP COOL — By Keeping Your Clothes FRESH AND CLEAN ! You've no Mea how much cooler antl better It snakes yon feel in the hot sum me* time to always be dreased la fresh clean clothes. — It's economical, tool SHIRTS Beaati fully Finished Cleaned 32 been in i.he ga.rne County Attorney -z-j I rr.ac!e the ra' ..fc •-'- ~% votes. 1 The county, belies -p.-.rss=.—for all cf w; Attorney boz In sine*. cxr-ei'T -n-r- itv at Fof, "-"or: verwty HT I,vbsr. •- -try K.S a x-.'-iurr-^ My record of Courts and >ev*-r. tSi* OTJ- ef :-zi.ris t-> bo&Ft and ^xv- I &m the only cs you, tha' If v;«"«' &s cny of rr.y or I *.r.» in- fav JiJJ cc nr*Troc. J nor crs*«5z,itlor.. •vrtll conTro! rny Jf x*C;i w-iH h vot* by which I sel* to law rrn*or h«ve cau®s to re £S years aco where I have !:v«£ ever -r.eir.s- th* Texs^ Christian Univers- -sw I>j'3rtrn*nt of C-jrnb*-r;an<J Uni- r.r... and the time I serve* my coi;n- BY BELT. PARKER Press Sports TVriter was 2. member of the Stellas : . ilained along S-.^rs ^°^ sl f:\ ^_ d f^'^ \ ^e rougher tactics no^ used and b: 5 show ^here he was only a j ^ s " ^^ q^Jjons" ^ncern;ng ^ir hcrler^or^the^ChicA^-^^e! ..^ ^ ^ ^ resti<;rs and -. Ie -~ tn Beaumont, Frasier appeared i- a. ; " 7"77""^_ V^Xf *""" Beaumont rlsrporters. f-t seat ; ^^ "T^^ Greger, manager of the T-Jlsa. 12 to 1, to pro-e ne st:,. ( ' ' no .. T , c ^ -v a - € v»ry is master of Texas league batters. . ^' -^ in "uniform -.vi"!-"-^, ad- Ke retired at the end of the ™::. ed free and a u kinds under IS ; turned an K. to G lead over to . ^ ,t."" .."^ ^ni:tt-«C to seats on ::-.<; , Jak% "S-ade ^ho finished. ; ^-^ : "^ e ^rhVrs"for 10 cent*, fur• ---<- Zlxponers werer/t the on.y . hc _ be haa announced t h a - a ;i to ge: exce^ent pitching. At ,, v _- <iRS Bros -^pioyes will fee San Antonio, Ash n*II:n c.:cked • -^,-., •srith his f»'»nt:eth victory . this . " '^ v " 4 i?j t. San Antonio came back to blank the Cats !-£. in the seven- | Graham ! abo-at two years and is recognized • as a. confer. Of O'Brien it. is said : the only way he car. be pinned Is : by a, knockout punch and he is • rated a, tough tin ear by those who ; have seen him in action. i A curtain raiser will be arranged • .',*eiv."een local boys. Manager Gre- : -4-3r announced Friday. Street Railway Workers In Omaba On Strike Texas- Republicans Will | Hold Meeting Saturday i I DAI-LAS. Texas. CrP).—The Re\ publica.ii party -will hold a primary I election ia Texas Saturday, as re; Quired by the election la-w-. but | there is no contest for the nomi- | nations and efforts will be cen- { tered in seeing just how big a. | vote the parf|r can mnster in this over-w-helrniriRly Democratic state. Republican headquarters here said ThTsrsdzv that primaries Troy'd be held in practicaJly every county in the state, followed by precinct conveutions as required LEfi€E> Of IDEAL LAU«"O»V •--/ OMAHA. Xeb.. (&:. —XTorkera for the Oinalxa &t Council Bluffs Street Ra:'-jt-ay Co.. went or. strike Thursday morninj; in accordance with, a unanimous vote taken n2 n - as jrsests of the manasfr- Ax for the card it-«5<?2;, the niair. A few of tne strikers appeared it car barns -wJtb clubs and bricks bKt thre-w them away at tr.e r<^- •5'jest of poilee. The trarn corn- r-a,rjy n-.ad* no effort to move cars and told employes who reported for Tsrork to call back Thursday 11 years in the practice of L«-^ in all otir v«srs as Prosecutor or City Attorney for s. wll kno^rn f? Tnost of you. I do not wlas p^:ste my j-spal abilities.' r.or intimat* that ':!: the office, but I assure | IIOUB I4-:j:n:r.r victo. / over VZt j d'j^"bTed"'»a«t Tu^day" by" Jack POFXTKHS TO RKMKMBER ^*^°r^^'l :J. : ^- ^V^Jab^^or ] fc-p«rseoti and ^'or. th* main *v»nt I FOR A SCMMKR PICNIC his rr.o-jr.'i Toe. Orvisle Jorgenjs, • <>" * '"" 1 ' I had ,v e _ :oot - n *"'"' ! si or* than on* '^S. 1 ^!* &COT"0^» or cf *>rjforc:r-p AL.T-. laisre In fairness to r-«v^. no s.:2*n::rn«nt with «.sy clique, clan ^-r,d if *l*rt.*<J. none bat the La.-»rB o? Texas I *'p rr,f. r.ext Saforrtay to overcome th,* fffJ" *1Jsrj*.r«Ate<! two years aisro. I pl^^p* my- *w;e^t. ar-(i I cruarer.t** that you vi'i never rret your action. Yours truly. Herbert L. Jones VOTE FOR Geo. Terry TW? For If- YOU WANT: — Economical — Efficient — Courteous SERVICE For By Frim^ of G*o. Terry X4,vertl*ement) riarben ha* iuirt com* to Tci^s | Sus?!?'S5t** ? >riS for & Himpl« xum- ilo^ins a, successful tour of the | mer picnic: rr.armalad*. j^Z!" or jsw durins? which tinn* he p-;r- i ja.^ s and-w.-Sches. chicken sand- I! Okl&h^rri^ City's lo^Ir Indians. | forssetf tn Madiiwr. Square Garden. ' ^j c h«!. hard-boi!*.d or stuffed f! £-0* "b*n:nd the brillian: four-hit | Philadelphia. VTashin^ton. Chicago i fp-ffs. cookies, cake. fruit and j'Buffs rnlzed nine bir.gle« and five 1 sbTWcd last -weeSc.. he la the t ;•:.'*; | |r o - •jj^. more elaborate picnic. ji v;-a;k« to put across their taJSies. | srrappi^r *'ho bores !n a!! the tirr.*- j ^vt*r« a ftr« is to be mad*. «es"*m- : bled ejTETS a^d b^con, coff»« or tea, steak and corn to roast ar«s aU h :>artieu:ariy ap^tiz'.nc. in th« or»en. Som*,tirr.es. too. It i« nlc« to take out th* sanr:» rr.'ral you -would hav* had at horn*:, and if you have a fe^w. large, flat-bottomed b&«- thi* car, eaaSJy b* arranged. For Instance, tak* alonu a. bow* Tha-t it win not upset, and take * roast of meat that you have cooTc- <-d and that you coaSd *Uher ft«*t st^air* or serve in cold »!ic*»—and latkft along the pudding yoo have SontlierlaiMl Creamery Nine, S-3 i The Southerland Supply nine j Thursday «ven«d the count -with j the LAmar Creamery nine by | scoring a 5-3 victory In a fast j jiev^n inning arame unreeled on ; th*» So;--th Tblny- fJrst street dia- \ niond. . I Albert K'.ng. the Supply team**: newly purchased shortstop -^bo | 'ormeriy played with the Cream- i «ry nine. wa» tb» outstanding >. I player of the game, accountSriR i ; fo? three run*, one corning: on a j [ rteai of home while the Creamery i j nin* l»ft the platter unsraarded. [ Baker, who hurled for South-r- • land. whSffed V.3 Creamery bat»- rr""*n. Southerland wms' on th* re- c^lvinp *nd of Bak<>r"* »!scM>tH. For th<» Creamery nine Stubble- fl<t!d ar.d Dobb«r pitched with Manf«» catchinjc. Heal Those Sore Gum» Even after Pyorrhea. h*» affect«•<! your »tomach. kidneys «.nd yoor ff<cn«ral h«atlth. I*«to*» Pyorrh^a f?«medy. u»«« a* directed can P*V« you. Dentl«r» recommend It. Dru«- «r<st» return yocr man«y If It fall*. Palac« Drugr Store.—. Vote for J. C. (Jolwi) Pride for Constable, Precinct No. .1* <-* ive a day laborer a break. ELECTION RETURNS Will b« po«U« awtfn thl» ye»r on complet* eoxjnty wJd« returns, through th» co«rt««y of Th« Fart* N«w». VUlt owr corner Saturday niirht, Jaly «th. and watch tb« vote* coin* in. VOTERS Precinct No. 2-NOTICE "W> -rlsh to car your attention to the C<»m •lection in Frecinc-t Ko, 2. in the r«ru!ar election to be hcM Jnlr 2Stii. O-srtn^ to th* untimely death of Hoy r«ns*p«.n". -se-ho "*ras your Conir.!-«aJoi*er. and who,-was * candidate for R*~. Election, we are a*kinjc the voters In this ^rccSnct to anp- Vort MilS. ROT JDU^AGAX for this plsce. The Ballo? *rfi? b* prtnted in the folio-win^ -manner: Commissioner, Precinct No. 2 J. FRANK JONES ROY DUNAGAN If you ar*; sopportl^tf MRS, ROT DUNAGAN yo« v>t« as the Ballot Is marked beiow: Commissioner Prect. 2 MR5. ROY DVNAGAN Tr« TTJU*t Terit* Jn th- »Jtn»». Mnt. Roy yoo <1A not know hv*r to «p*n I>on*)?an b« «nr« to look »T Roy Ihsna^an'B n«me on the Ballot, Wo wrtnh to «tat« th*t In wikins your wtjpport for Mr». XHjnii^r. that w«*hvld no «1 will or waUce t» th» opposition. bit wish to *ol!c*t your mjppon tn her b«h*K on talr d*aHt.jpi and ^rrvlc* w« know that will b« rendered the tint j>*y«r* of thl» precinct. OF KOf

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