Marshall & Alderman Announcements for Office
Deridder Enterprise 1908

Submitted by Cindy Prince

DeRidder Enterprise
1908

James A. Bailey for Marshal.
In this issue will be found the announcement of James A. Bailey who is a candidate for the office of marshal. Mr. Bailey states that if elected he will serve the people to the best of his ability, and that the law will be fulfilled to the letter and will no doubt make a good officer.
The Enterprise commends Mr. Bailey to the voters' earnest consideration.

R.P. Holmes for Alderman
We are authorized to announce R. P. Holmes as a candidate for the office of alderman of the town of DeRidder. Mr. Holmes is a young man and for several years has conducted the Holmes Restaurant, and is one of our successful business men and if elected would no doubt make a good alderman. The Enterprise commends Mr. Holmes to the voters' earnest consideration.

W. T. H. Fears for Marshal
In this weeks Enterprise will be found the announcement of W. T. H. Fears who is a candidate for re-election tot he office of marshal of the town of DeRidder. Mr. Fears has served as marshall for three terms, once by appointment and twice by re-election and should he be elected again will no doubt make a good officer. The Enterprise commends Mr. Fears to the voters' earnest consideration.

J.M. Cox for Alderman
We announce this week the candidacy of J. M. Cox for the office of alderman of the town of DeRidder. Mr. Cox has lived in our town for the past five years and is prominent in lodge circles, he having held offices of importance in them and is well qualified to hold the position to which he now aspires. The Enterprise commends Mr. Cox to the voters' earnest consideration.

Jno B. Jones for Alderman
In the proper place in this issue will be found the announcement of Jno. B. Jones who is an independent candidate for the office of alderman of the town of DeRidder.
Mr. Jones is one of DeRidder's most enterprising and progressive citizens and believes in doing things. He is an ardent advocate of better streets, sidewalks, and everything that is an improvement for our town. He is well qualified to fill the position to which he aspires.
The Enterprise commends Mr. Jones to the voters' earnest consideration when they go to the polls in April.


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