The Caddo Herald
April 22, 1910
For Justice of the Peace
John L. Boland authorized The Herald to announce his candidacy for re-election to the office of Justice of the Peace of this precinct. Mr. Boland has served one term and now he comes before the people asking them to re-elect him for another term.
There are few people who have visited Judge Boland’s court who have not become impressed with the business like way he has of doing things. He has upheld the majesty of the law with dignity and those who have had occasion to come before him have been impressed with the determination of the Judge to see that everyone gets a square deal; his court is conducted as near as possible along the lines of ”Equal and exact justice to all, special privileges to none.”
Jude Boland promises if elected to conduct his court along the same lines as heretofore, and The Herald believes that the people of the district will, if they elect Mrs. Boland, have a Justice who will be agreeable and obliging and most conscientious in the performance of his official duty. We are justified in this belief by his performance of the past.
Democratic Club Meeting
The regular meeting of the Caddo Democratic Club, which embraces all of township 12, held a very enthusiastic meeting at the county court room in Caddo last Saturday night, the same being the regular meeting night of the club. Several candidates for office were present and took advantage of the opportunity offered them to declare their candidacy for the respective office to which they aspire. The club enthusiastically endorsed the candidacy of Judge J. L. Rappolee for the office of county judge; no action was taken as to other candidates. Considerable business was transacted after which the club adjourned until the next regular meeting night, the third Saturday night in May at the county court room in Caddo.