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OLD NEWS: He was well-versed in dialects

By Celia Storey

This article was published April 16, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

This photo of Arkansas Gazette associate editor C.T. Davis’ kid appeared in the Jan. 28, 1917, society pages of the Gazette.

Drawn by Arkansas Gazette staff artist Hubert Park, this logo for C.T. Davis’ poetry column appeared on the editorial page Jan. 17, 1917.

One hundred years ago in March, an Arkansas Gazette reporter named C.T. Davis followed 30 revenuers on a manhunt into the community of Fancy Hill in Montgomery County.

Drawn by Arkansas Gazette staff artist Hubert Park, this logo for C.T. Davis’ poetry column appeared on the editorial page Jan. 17, 1917.

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