Election Officers Named for Republican Primary: The following officers, judges and clerks have been appointed to hold the Tipton County Republican primary election on August 5, 1920.
The voting hours for said election will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the rules governing this primary will be the same as those which govern general elections.
Only persons who have paid their poll tax for the year 1919 will be allowed to vote in said election and only those who are registered in Districts Nos. 1, 7, and 8 as required by law:
DISTRICT NO. 1
Covington — Officer, J. F. French; judges, Tome Elcan, E. H. Coward and Ed Mass; clerks, N. H. Keys and Richard Dyson.
Leigh’s Chapel — Officer Steve Ralph; judges, Henderson Yarbro, Ira Pickens and Willie Yarbro; clerks, Franklin Holloway and Melow Yarbro.
DISTRICT NO. 2
Liberty — Officer, Sam Smith; judges, Bill Watkins, Jack Moffatt and George Butler; clerks, Lonnie Craig and Ben Ellis.
DISTRICT NO. 3
Burlison — Officer, W. H. Alston; judges, R. B. Alston and M. J. Alston; clerks, H. C. Alston and J. W. Alston.
DISTRICT NO. 4
Randolph — Officer, J. R. Alston; judges, Wisdom Alston and E. W. Alston.
DISTRICT NO. 6
Munford — Officer, S. Brazil; judges, J. H. Houston, Mike Hill and John Moore; clerks, W. Brazil and Esq. Hanes.
DISTRICT NO. 7
Atoka — Officer, Andy Davis; judges, Henry Fain, Thompson Payne and Mose Stevens; clerks, Richard Fain and S. W. Cole.
Mt. Carmel — Officer, Leroy Stevwart; judges, L. Somerville, Will Holley and Ed Hines; clerks, Joseph Brown and Julius Matthews.
Simonton — Officer, Sam Winston; judges, Jim Stigall, Bob Winfrey and Ricks Rhodes; clerks, John H. Winston and Charlie Walton.
Wright — Officer, Ephriam Piggee; judges, John Hawley, Richard Saddler and Peter H. Alston; clerks, Jim Boddie and Richard Weathered.
DISTRICT NO. 9
Mason — Officer, G. A. Boyd; judges, J. F. Burrell, James Blackwell and Dr. R. S. Fields; clerks, B. D. Harris and Joe Albritton.
Gainsville — Officer, G. M. Turner; judges, L. D. Weathers, T. C. Cade and J. W. Jones; clerks, O. R. Turner and G. M. Corner.
DISTRICT NO. 10
Mason, — Officer, W. H. Hunt; judges, L. F. Flowers, Albert Claiborn, Sr., and Richard Taylor; clerks, P. M. Mason and Johnnie Nelson.
DISTRICT NO. 13
Tabernacle — Officer, Louis Dye; judges, Jake Hill, George Gibbs and Thomas Joyner; clerks, R. T. Daily and P. B. Sanford.
Gift — Officer, Wm. Shelton; judges, Charlie E. Neal, Dave Strange and Charlie Thomas; clerks, Lawrence Neal and John H. Whitley.
DISTRICT NO. 15
Phelan — Officer, James Hawkins; judges, Abe Hill, Arthur Weeks and Judge Culbreath; clerks, Charlie Maclin and James Harris.
HORACE ADAMS, Chmn.
TOM BOND, Sec’y.
Republican Primary Board for Tipton County.
[The Covington Leader, Covington, Tenn., 22 July 1920]