Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. , No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1918 Page: 2 of 4
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Aransas Pass Progress
f\. h<-d every Friday at Aransas Pass. Texas.
Jrcss Printing Company
Sectioh J. That Section (10) of
Article (1) of the Constitution of
the State of Texas be so amended
that the same will read and herein-
after be as follows:
Sec. (10) In all criminal pros-
ecutions the accused shall Rave a
speedy public trial by an ha partial
jury. He shall have the right to
demand the nature and1 cause of the
accusation against him, and to have
a copy thereof. He shall not be
compelled to give evidence against
himself and shall have the right of
being heard by himself or counsel,
or both, shall be confronted by the
witnesses against him and 'shall
have compulsory process for obtain-
ing witnesses in his favor, except
that when the witness resides out
of the state and the offense charged
is a violation of any of the anti-
trust laws of this State, the defend-
ant and the State shall have the
right to produce and have the evi-
dence admitted by deposition, uii-
der such ruleg and laws as the Leg-
islature may hereinafter provide;
and no person shall be held to an-
swer a criminal offense, unless on
an indictment of a grand jury, ex-
cept in cases.....
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in which the punish-
ment is by fine or imprisonment,
otherwise .than in the penitentiary,
in cases of impeachment and in
cases arising in tile army or navy,
or in the militia, when in actual
service in time of war or public
Sec. 2. The Governor of this
State is hereby directed tp issue the
necessary proclamation for the sub-
mission of this amendment to the
qualified voters of this State at the
next general election for State and
Sec. o. 1 he qualified electors
for members of the Legislature
shall vote upon said amendment at
the said general election and at
which election all persons favoring j
County Judge________:____M. A. Childers
Sheriff and Fax Collector__D. E. Goodwin
County and District Clerk__ J. L. Hamilton
Tax Assessor -------------L. J. Harkey
Treasurer------------------W. M. Stalcup
County Attorney___________M. C. Nelson
County Surveyor.__:______C. A. Williams
Superintendent schools_______C. E. Wade
Precinct No. 1 _______________J. S. Easton
Precinct No. 2 _________C. C. Smith
Precinct No. 3______________G. R. Weir
Precinct No. 4____________W. E. Tedford
City Officials of Aransas Pass.
Mayor-------------------J. B. Covington
Commissioner__________L. E. Duckworth
Commissioner,_______________S. j. Conn
Clerk and Tax Collector_____F. M. Minter
City Health Officer____..Dr. L. J. Mar.hoff
to chec !■ 3
in less ti 1
Liabilities ■■ i
above st; 1
County of f
!er of the abo
that the abovj
Friday, July 12, 1918
V/. H. Young^B
W. H. Emery,
Subscribed and sworn to before
■Following are jb|e names and the
classification- of men in military
service enlisting from Aransas Pass,
and.Ingleside, and of those who en-
listed’elsewhere but whose parents
, ARANSAS PASS.
$apt. Lachlan P. Morrison, Engi-
itaph J'. Stanley Clark, Transporta-
tion - Department.
0.a-pt Vernon S. Westbrook, Navy.
Sergi.r^npert Bryson Crocker, Med-
Liieiit.1 L. O. .Murph, Signal Corps.
Shrgti Bits! I Douglass Harter, En-
; gineer Corpse --P ■<
•Lieut. Conn Brown, Quartermaster.
"Theodore Everett Bell, Musician,
f George Robert Burton, Cavalry.
1 Floyd Holloway, Engineer Corps.
Worth Howard, Navy,
t .Herman Herbert McAlister; Navy.
1 *Carl Edmond Martin, Navy.
Olin Newbury, Medical Corps.
A, Roy Starbuck, Artillery.
Claude Edward Taylor, Coast Artil-
Marvin Andrew Teer, Marine Corps.
C. E. Simmons, Navy.
J. E. January, Engineer Corps.
Edward F. Pauper, Navy.
'Martin Thwing, --—
James W. Holmes, Examining Unit
Robert B. Green, Memorial Hospital,
l.San Abtonio. <
Robert .Bruce Hanna, Navy.
)<'reemain B. Thompson, Coast Artil-
lery; ’ ' :
Albert L6e McCullough, Baker. i
Pete Johnson, Field Artillery.
Hhrry G. Eberle, Navy. j
John Weibel, Infantry.
.James Burnett, Navy.
Sergt. Arthur Kehoe, Field Bakery
GWen Keller, Coast Artillery.
Capt. Walter Fleming BoWersock,
Len. King, Cavalry.
A. G. Singler, Cavalry.
Ernest Baur, Clerical
Avery Berry, Sharpshooter corps
Sergt. H. L. Hogan, Sharpshooter corps r
W. A. Riggs, Aviation Corps
■Chas. J. Jordan, jr., Navy.
Sineldo (Joe) Olivares }
G. C. Green j
John C. McKone, Cavalry ,
Eugene Young, Musician V
Carlton Burwell, Cavalry
A. H. MOORE, Notary Publi<
and to provide free text books in
the public schools of the State of
Sec. 3. The Governor of the
State is hereby directed to issue
the necessary proclamation for
said election and to have same
published as required by the Con-
stitution and existing laws of the
Sec. 4. That the sum of tw6
thousand ($2,000.00) dollars, or
so much thereof as may be neces-
sary, is hereby appropriated out
of any funds in the Treasury of
the State of Texas not otherwise
appropriated- to pay the expenses
of such publication and election.
(Note. H. J. R. No. 27 passed
the House of Representatives by a
two-thirds vote, yeas, 108, nays
22; and passed the Senate by a
two-thirds vote, yeas 23, nays 4.)
Approved March 19, 1917.
(A True Copy.)
C. D. MIMS,
Acting Secretary of State.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
TFie First National Bank
At Gregory, in the State of Texas, at the close of
business on June 29, 1918.
Loans and Discounts______ $70,408 83
Overdrafts_______________ ’ |2 52
U. S. bonds deposited to se-
cure circulation, par value 6,250.00
Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged 1,200.00
Approved March 10, 1917.
(A True Copy.)
C. D. MIMS
Acting Secretary of State
Capital stock paid in------ $25,000.00
Surplus fund. ------------ ‘ 10,000.00
Undivided profits—.......$ 3,034.40 3,034.40
Circulating notes outstand-
Individual deposits subject
to check- ..... ___ 38.937.24
Certmcates or deposit due
in less than 30 days______ 1 815.00
Cashier’s checks outstand-
Total demand deposits —$ 39,767.24
Certificates of Deposit_____ I 1,439.58
Liabilities other than those
SPECIAL TAX FOR MAINTE-
NANCE OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
AND FURNISHING FREE TEXT
House Joint Resolution No. 27.
Proposing an amendment to Art. 7
-of the Constitution of the. State
of Texas bv changing Sec. 3,
providing for a thirty-five cent
tax levy for the maintenance of
the public schools of Texas, and
providing free text books in
public schools of the State of
Texas, and making an appro-
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OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL
CONDITION OF THE
at Aransas Pass, State of Texas, at t
business on the 29th day of June, 191f
in the Aransas Pass Progress! a newsp
and published at Aransas Pass, State o
the 12th day of July, 1918.
Loans and Discounts, personal or col-
Loans, real estate_____________________
Bonds and Stocks ___________________
Furniture and Fixtures________________
Due from Approved Reserve Agents
Interest in Depositors Guarantee Fund
STATE OF TEXAS,
County of San Patricio, ss: [, <
ier of the above-named bank, d<
that the above statement is true tc
knowledge and belief.
’ c. F. MI
, August Floerke
\ Joseph F. Green
Subscribed arid sworn to before me this 8th
day of July, 1918.
RAYMOND MULLEN, Notary Public.
San Patricio County
Aransas Drug Co
uui wcu, v^eivaiiy
Ward Moody, Cavalry
G. C, Green, Army
Clifford Harris Taylor, Red Cross Hos-
Wafford Gilliland, Auto Mechanic
Hallie Smith, Cavalry National Army.
Henry M. Moore, Cavalry National Army
Ray C. Ives, Army.
Howard Phelps, Army.
Edgar Phelps, Army.
Willtner Muckelroy, Army.
Elmo Muckelroy, Army.
Stell Ward, Army.
L. H. Wilder, Army.
Harold Bodine, Army.
Harvey L. Hogan, Army.
Robert Lindley, Army.
Henry Robinson, Navy.'
Barney Ward, Navy.
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Capital Stock paid in_____1__________
Undivided Profits, net________________
Individual deposits, subject to check
Time Certificates of Deposit__________
Other liabilities—Taxes accrued______
STATE OF TEXAS
County of San Patricio. We, C. W. Holmes, as
president, and A. C. Moore, as cashier of said
bank, each of us do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of our knowl- j
edge and belief.
C. W. HOLMES, President.
A. C. MOCJRE, Cashier
A. C. MOORE
I C. W. HOLMES
W. E. TEDFORD
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th I
day of July, A. D. 1918.
ROY DUPHORNE, Notary Pubhc,
San Patricio County, Texas6
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
; schools of this State for a period
j of not less than six months in each
| year, and it shall be the duty of
TAKING OF TESTIMONY IN i
House Joint Resolution No. 2.
To amend Section 10, Article 1, of
the Constitution of the State of j
Texas, providing for certain rights
of accused persons in criminal
prosecutions, and the manner in
which the case may be prosecut-
j ed, ana providing for the procur-
ing o; testimony of the witnesses !
for both defense and prosecution, j
Re it resolved by the Legislature of I
1 the State of Texas:
the State Board of Education to
set aside a sufficient amount out
of said tax to provide free text
books for the- use of children at-
tending the public free schools of
this State; provided, however, that
should the limit of taxation herein
named be insufficient, the deficit
may be met by appropriation from
the general funds of the State, and
the Legislature may also provide
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Warrick, W. E. Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. , No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, July 12, 1918, newspaper, July 12, 1918; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth975185/m1/2/: accessed January 23, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.