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M A T,A W'CtI Jl_ n nn I A HARD WORKING, HARD FIGHTING MAN WHO WILL ACCOMPLISH SOMETHING FOR HIS DISTRICT I Respectifully Solicit Your Vote and Influence Candidate For --.. Henderson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Your Vote and Influence will be Appreciated I Respectfully Solicit Your Vote and Influence Frank J. Davis Candidate for County Superintendent of Henderson County Honesty Cou rage G. W. Allison Candidate for County Atlorney Henderson County, Texas Ability Energy Your Vote and Influence Will be Appreciated bv-- Nrs. Belle Easterwood for County Superintendent of Public Instructions "A Square Deal for Every Child" Your Vote and Influence Respectfully Solicited. H. E. BLYTHE Candidate for COUNTY JUDGE Will Appreciate Your Vote and Influence C. C. KNIGHT Candidate for County Clerk Henderson County Your Vote and Influence Will be Appreciated J.U. NELSON Candidate for County Superintendent of Henderson Couaty i Sam McCorkle For State Senate Sam McCorkle o f Fairfield, Freestone County, Texas, who is i a candidate for State Senator for the Sixth Senatorial District, is an attorney of ten years expe- rience, Mr. McCorkle was elect- .ea of Lime- stone and Freestone Coun 'ek three times in succession, serving in that capacity for six years. Tom Pickett For He was not a candidate for re- District Attorney election two years ago. Mr. McCorkle is advocating the abolishing of all State taxes Tom Picket, candidate for Dis- on homesand farms, and sub- trictAttorney, is now serving stitutingtherefar an increased taxon natural gas and an in- creased tax on sulphur, shifting the tax burden from the home owners in Texas to the corporate interests of the State. In the past Mr. McCorkle has been very active in behalf of highways, and one of the prin- cipal planks in his platform is a constructive program for the building of a system of lateral roads in,Texas that will serve the farmers and citizens of the ru. ral communities of Texas. He pledges himself to the enactment of laws that will assure ex- penditure of any further money his second term as County At- torney o f Anderson County. During his two terms as County Attorney he has earned the rep. utation of being a vigorous pros- 'router but fair in his treatment of those charged with crime. His experience as a prosecutor should be valuable schooling to him for the office of District Attorney. He respectfully solicits the sup- port of all citizens in the primary election, July 28th. All Advertising on this page is Paid Political Advertising Will Apprediate J0H il runty Clel 11 Henderson County [ dill|/....., .. -%o- ,~ UI for highways, being utilizes m large measure on the lateral rand system of the State. Mr. McCorkle engaged in a speaking campaign in 1928 in be- half of Alfred E. Smith and the National Democratic t i c k e t, which took him over a large part of the State. He was elected a a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in 1932. and supported and voted for the nomination of Franklin D Roosevelt and John Nance | |aaL For Garner. E. O. DODSON, Transfer and all kinds oI hauling Prompt and Satisfactory Service GUARANTEED! of Henderson County Subject to the Action of tlle Democratic Primaries I II I am a Democrat and pledge myseff to sup- port Ule nominees of thin primary. For United States Senator-- JOS. W. BAILEY, Jr. of Dallas County GUY B. FISHER of San Augustine County TOM CONNALLY of Falls County For Governor~ MAURY HUGHES of Dallas County EDGAR WITT of McLennan County TOM F. HUNTER of Wichita County EDWARD K. RUSSELL of Red River County JAMES V. ALLR~D of Wichita County C. C. McDONALD of Wichita County CLINT SMALL of Potter County For Lieutenant Governor-- J. P. ROGERS of Harris County JOE MOORE of Hunt County BEN F. BERKELEY of Brewster County WALTER F. WOODUL of Harris County R. M. JOHNSON of Anderson County JOHN HORNSBY of Travis County For Attorney General-- CLYDE E. SMITH of Tyler County WILLIAM McCRAW of Dallas County WALTER WOODWARD of CoIeman County For State Comptroller of Publio Accounts.-- J. J. (JACK) PATTERSON of Dallas County GEORGE H. SREPPARD of Nolan County MANLEY H. CLARY of Tart ,ant County DOLPH B. TILLISON of Henderson County For State Treasurer-- GEORGE B. TERRELL of Dallas County CHARLEY LOCKHART of Travis County DENNIS B. WALLER of Trinity County .~ KAY GRIFFIN of Tarrant County For State Superintendent of Public Instruction~ L. A~ WOODS of Travis County For Commissioner of Agriculture.- J. E. McDONALD of Ellis County FRED W. DAVIS of Tr.avis County C. C. CONLEY of Willacy County K. TERRELL of Floyd County For Commissioner of the General Land Office-- J. H. WALKER of Hill County WALTER E. JONES of Gregg County For State Railroad Commissioner--. W. GREGORY HATCHER of DaLlas County LON A. SMITH of Travis County JOHN PUNDT of Dallas County H. O. JOHNSON of Harris County JAMES L. McNEES of Dallas County For Associate Justice of the Supreme Cottrt~- H. S. LATTIMORE of Tarrant County JAMES W. McCLENDON of Travi~ County JOHN H, SHARP of Ellis County For Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals-- W. C. MORROW of Hill County For Congress 7th Congressional District of Texas-- ROGER DAVIS of Nacogdoches County W. D. JUSTICE of Henderson County BONNER FRIZZELL of ~derson County J. LEWIS THOMPSON of Trinity County NAT PATTON of Houston County I. T. FULGHAM of Henderson County For Chief Justice of the Court of Civil Appeals-- BEN L. JONES of Dallas County in i i ROBERT B. ALLEN of Dallas County For State Senator 6th Senatorial District-.. JULIAN P, GREER of Anderson County SAM McCORKI~ of Free.tone County J. A. (JERRY) ROE of Navarre COunty CLAY COTTEN of Anderson County W. A. McCA~NTS of Navarre County A. N. JUSTISS of Navarre County For Representative 54th Legislative District-- J. H. (JAP) LUCAS J. L. MITCHAM GLYNNE R. COKER For District Attorney, 3rd Judicial District-- C. W. KENNEDY, Jr., 04 Houston County TOM PICKETT of Anderson County For COunty Judge-- H. E. BLYTHE JOHN W. BALLOW For County Attorno~-- G. W. ALLISON A. D. BOYD MILES B. SMITH For Clerk of the District Court-- KATE NOWLIN For County Clerk-- MRS. ANN PAYNE HORACE JOHNSON E. M. (MARVIN) JOHNSON W, A. WALKER C. C. KNIGHT WILL A. WOFFORD J. L. (JIM) WAladtF~ JACK OWEN MRS. M, E. (MATT) EDGAR MARY BRADSHAW JOHNSON For Sheriff.-- JESS SWEETEN K. C. (KIRKSEY) DAVIS LEE WRIGHT W. M. HARDWICK For Assessor and CoUector of Taxes-. BEN DAVE DICKERSON For County Treasurer-- D. R. CARTLIDGE For County Surveyor--. BEN H. WATHEN For County Superintendent of Public Inatruction-- J. B. (BOSE) FRIZZRLL J. U. NELSON FRANK J. DAVIS MRS. BELLE L. EASTERWOOD For County Commissioner. Precinct No. 2-. R. N. (BOB) JOHNSON GEOHGE C. CHURCHWELL M. C. ANDREWS For Public Weigher, Preeinot No. 8-- THAD STACY For Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 8-- W. F. YOUNG JESSE ROBERTSON For Constable, Precinct No, 8-- W. H. CHAPMAN JOHN BANKSTON Q. WHITWORTH For Precinct Chairman--- JOIIN POWERS For t~ounty Chairman Demo~ratio ~mtlve Comml I I ' lnnl i in ii I Candidate For Re.Election to tim State Senate "For All of Henderson County" 0ualified to Represent You I1 i I Respectfully Solicit Your Vote and Influence l les B. Smith II ~&,m, Candidate For llenderson County i i i ~ m~ r | } I I I Ill I II I I II IJiml Candidate For Henderson County IImTIl~ .... I R pectfuily Solicit Your Vote and hlfluence Candidate For Representative Henderson County I I I J Your Vote and lufluence Will Be Appreciated M. IMarvin I Candidate For Clerk Henderson County [ I I I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Influence Candidate i'or ilrl u