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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 4 June 1925

CORSIC ANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH I PRESIDENT INQUIRES AS TO BUDGET CUT WANTS ADVICt AS TO THF EFFECT OF TIGHTENING PURSF. STRINGS. AGENCIES ARE ADDRESSED War Department Officers Fear Pr& posal to Embarrass National Progam. Washington.—Not only the War Pepurtment but several other uneuoies of tins Goveruuwit have been asked by President CoolidKe to ml- vih ■ him as to the effect of a sug- gested policy of "NrgiPssive reduc- tion of the Federal budget over a period of years. The l'resid mt himself apparently expects to make 110 final decision until he has received the opinions of those respo isible for the conduct of the Government departments. In the War Department tl.L pro- posal has aroused considerable anxiety among officers who have fear that to reduce appropriations year after ,.;ar will embarrass the national defense program. Names of the other departments udd.essod have not been disclosed, but there uro Indications tiiat the Navy De- partment is one of them. It was the Presid...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 4 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH / ; i i i p J <; ! i It i * PACTS TO KEEP IN MIND ADVERTISING LOWK118 T1IK tXIST OF LIVING. FIRST: More than, two-thirds of tlM citUens of Navarro County aro is public utility advertising forward looking and atand (or the wasteful? Does it lower or in- proposed GOOD ROADS PROGRAM, crease costs to the consumer? 'Even those who oppose this pro- \v. H. Hodge, President of the gram say they aro for good roads, Public Utilities Advertising Associa- but for various reasons are oppos- lion, answers as follows: ed to the plan. They submit plans "No advertising of necessities Is ! which are not practical, and it is defensible that does not in some ' very apparent that the outstanding way produce a public benefit. | reason is that it will cost some- Public utilities advertising has | thiug. Let us not deceive ourselves more than kept pace with tlie j .—we will never have anything remarkable growth, the vast im- j good without paying for It, or good provement of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

> I VOLUME XXXV1V CORSICANA, TEXAS, JUNE 11, 1925 •24 SERVICE Groceries and Meat THIS STORK OFFERS THK GREATEST INDUCEMENTS FOR VOIR TRADE BECAUSE OF THE GREAT VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM, AND HERE YOU WAIT ON YOUR 8ELF, AND BECAUSE OF THE LARGE DAILY SALES WHICH KEEPS OUR STOCK FRESH AT ALL TIMES, DAY IN AND DAY OUT. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR MEATS. OUR COLD STORAGE SYS- TEM KEEPS OUR MEATS SWEAT AND FRESH AT ALL TIMES AND CHOICE CUTS ARE READY FOR YOU AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. OOME IN TO SEE FOR YOUR SELF. WHEN IN TOWN TRY OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR DINNER OR OTHER MEATS, READY COOKED MEATS AND EATS OF ALL KINDS. Ol'R PRICES ARE RIGHT. ( Estes Self-Seng Grocery ant CORNER COLLIN AND J1TH STREETS—NORTH OF POSTOFFICE CHOI'S NEEDING RAIN ALL THROUGH CORN HELT Rains have been reported to the south and north of Corslcana, and as near as Dallas on the north and Georgetown on the south. Dallas experienced a cloud burst. Rain is badly needed In this section. ! Corn, h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Contracted Gold at a Billy Sunday RAival Developed Into Systemic Catarrh Recommends PE-RU-NA Mr. A. R- Wilton, LaFoIlette, Tenn. The letter written a short time ago by Mr. A. R. Wilson of LaFoIlette, Tenn., brings some more direct evi- dence of the value of Pc-ru-na in the treatment of catarrhal diseases. It reads as follows"While attend- ing Billy Sunday's great revival at Knoxville, Tenn., last February I con- tracted a cold which weakened my en- tire system. I have taken only three bottles of Pe-ru-na and feel like a new man. It is a great system builder as well as a great catarrh remedy." To attempt to even estimate the thousands who, in the last half cen- tury, have come to know and appre- ciate the merits of Pe-ru-na would be worse than useless. The number is astonishing and increasing daily. Your nearest dealer hu, Pe-ru-na (n both tablet and liquid form. Ineiat upon having Pe-ru-na, the original treatment for catarrh. indispensable A8 a ufe, soot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

C0RS1CANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH • * * King Tommy « • CHAPTER X—Continued —12— Janet Church wus watching about tlu> central hull looking <mt for some tine in whose business sli In- terfere, helpfully of course. .Innet •Iwh.vh wants to be helpful. When •he saw Tummy iu the desk of the reception ofiice she walked over uud Joined liliu. Stie agreed with the lieail clerk that air Ausweis was nec- essary, and allowed the one which the lierlln police hud grunted to her. Then she offered to take a look lit Tummy's passport Just to see that It was in order. It was. Tommy's mouth, nose, eyes und hair were de- scribed in the usual otliclal style. His photograph, nut In the least like him, was stuck in the proper place und duly stamped by the Foreign of- fice. All the visas were there, as Illegible as usual. Hut Janet raised her eyebrows In surprise. Taking Tommy by the arm she led him away from the desk. "You'd better be careful with tliar passport," she said. "The German police know more t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

«■= CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Democrat and Troth ■ i. ■ i —— ■! PIERCE COLQUITT, Owner PUBLISHED WEEKLY Ediaorial and Businea Of floe 116 West Collin Street. Pone 422 Vote Saturday June 20th. The nation progressea as Its cit- izens progress. The people are the real law makers; their representa- tives are their spokesmen. BAPTISTS DENOUNCE EVOLUTION; • "" REPORT PROGRESS IN TO WORK Southern Convention at Memphis Adopts Statement of Baptist Faith and Message fcr Information of World—Co-operative Program for Support of Enterprises Endorsed. ADVKIITIMNO LOWERS | THE COST OF LI VINO. Navarro county cotton has been found to be infested with the boll j weevil. Navarro county cotton al- wnys had a hard time until gath erod. . Home buildim? is the foundation of the growth of the country for '"the future. The farmer tenant should prepare to become a home owning farmer. The faith which the oil promot- ers have in the Bazette section is unsurpassed. Lots of money has been made and lost out t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

• • •• • • ! \ I*! • n • t COHSICANA DKMOCiUT AM) TRUTH ORDINANCE LEVYING ASSESS- it was determined to assess a por- acceptance of the improvements in 'at* is issued, and shall contain assessments against other property MENTS FOB A l ABT OK THE Hon of the cost of such improve- a particular block assessments the name of the owner as oceu- |tt that I'nit. COST OF IMPROVING A POH-menta against abutting property against the property abutting upon lately as possible, and the de- v TION OF NORTH ELEVENTH and the owners thereof, and against 8lu.|, completed and accepted block serlptlon of the property by the lot No mistake, error, invalidity or KTItEET, ANI> PROVIDING FOR railwas and street railways and shall be and become due and pay- "Ud block number, or front feet irregularity in the name of any THE COUiEC'TlON THEKEOF time and place was fixed for hear- able in such Installments and with thereof, or such other description property owner or the description ANI> THE WHl'AXCK OF AS- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH RUBBER COST BOUNCE PAYS BRITISH BEBT PRICE INCREASES SUFFICIENT TO OFFSET PAYMENTS TO U. S. FORESEEN BY HOOVER. BRITISH ARE IN CONTROL The Government Agents Find That 69 Per Cent of the Rubber Planta- tions are on English Colonies. Washington.—('om morre Depart- ment Inquiries now belnp: concluded indicate that extra profits from only one of the sources of British wealth —the rubber plantations of East Indies—will be sufficient to cover nil that nation's future repayment of its war debt to the United States. American imports of raw rubber, which cost $1S5,000,000 during the calendar year 1924, probably will cost $400,000,000 for 1925, and at least a part of this prospective increase is unofficially attribiJtefl to the opera- tion of a scheme for production re- striction worked out by the planta- tion Interests through the British colonial office. A partial report of the investiga- tion undertaken at the direction of Secretary Hoover was made public recen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

corsic ana democrat and truth 4 *1 m ■ w p k g % w 9 K .4 • !' MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL . vuutcria mavtter'* . - -^rrf y i vjuak? wobrmiw^ f k-, -^54 ] nou, huh* 1 r ^okaepm'vurou^ by cliarles sughrat £ a . .n n'rwifitfwf un« Something to Worry About aw uot a *tutua to feed ^aeka \ ^ ! there is pleutm wroug(v sam, so«, oowu our. wan''we sot ^viewv mviuou ?otwo boss\ mes, 9vfo. ft ft > I : s«e&- K WHAT'S THE USE by l. f. van zelm (j) wf«iwii niwapcptr i'nlun An Expensive Lesson mebbe he ^ ate somprmrv bad boss i>ldn't to *?ead that <5\<sn ah' put om the 'table not to play cards wf strangers -those fellas is card sharks-just a bunch of professional crooks tmat poor man looks ill that's #-125 too owe me how , mr ffatmerwead Events in the Lives of Little Men Our Pet Peeve ao ka // look't ir run like tvervtrtlho 60, will ya 6ive ££ mope vnhy pohi 00 .(#1, p0u-in6 happ (if tfTE TIME i &cvrri$ht,w-h-v) (copyright, w. n u > HOME WANTED FOR A BABY <*4i 5a1 (sis' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 11 June 1925

C0R8ICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH v :i ' [t* u *. F %> GOOD ROhDS DO NOT HURT SMHLL TOWNS THAT (JOOD ROADS WILL NOT HURT SMALL TOWNS IS ABUNDANTLY SHOWN BY TI1K TESTIMONY OF TI1KSE WJSLL KNOWN BUSINESS MEN WHO VOLUN- TARILY MADE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS BELOW. THESE STATEMENTS STAND FOR THEMSELVES, AND WE OFFER THEM WITHOUT COMMENT WE CAN GET THEM FROM PRACTICALLY ALL OTHERS IN THESE TOWNS, AND OTHER TOWNS THAT ARE NOW SERVED BY GOOD ROADS THE ITASCA NATIONAL HANK Itiifica, Texas June 8th, 1025. Mr. John C. Beck, Frost, Texas. Dear John: In reply to your letter wiring our opinion as to the value of good roads to our city and county, I beg to nay that so far as^this section is concerned, we feel that our rood bond issues have bfeen a success, and there are few, if any, of our citizens who would now l>e willing to revert to the time when we had no road bond issues, no road taxes, and no roads. In other words, we have good roads worth the money wo paid for them, and we are pleased wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

m + - %> Vote for the Bonds and for Good Roads and Prosperity Saturday It VOLUME XXXV1V CORSICANA, TEXAS, J UN K 18, 1925 '25 «> 9 © SERVICE Groceries and Meat THIS STORK OFFERS THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS FC)K VOIR TRADE BECAUSE OP THE GREAT VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM, AM) HERE YOU WAIT ON YOUR SELF, AND BECAUSE OF THE LARGE DAILY SALES WHICH KEEPS OUR STOCK FRESH AT ALL TIMES, DAY IN AND DAY OUT. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT Ol'R MARKET FOR YOUR MEATS. OI K COLD STORAGE SYS- TEM KEEPS OUR MEATS SWEAT AND FRESH AT ALL TIMES AND CHOICE CUTS ARE READY FOR YOU AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. OOME IN To SEE FOR YOUR SELF. WHEN IN TOWN TRY OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR DINNER OR OTHER MEATS, READY COOKED MEATS AND EATS OF ALL KINDS. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Estes Self-Serving Grocery ant CORNER COLLIN AND j 1TH STREETS—NORTH OF POSTOFFICE HI COl'RT HOUSE NEWS Dist iic( V. Nosh Own t't, 111 vs. r J. K. Mary Hughes, a suit for specific perfor- mance unit (lainawes involving ap- proximately $37,500.00,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH /A Sweet Breath \ at alt times J After cttlnft or naoklnft Wrlgleyfe frtihnu th* mouth and sweeten* the breath. Nerve* are soothed, throat If refreshed and digestion aided. So easy to carry fie little packet! MODS \ -after every meal/,„§ Proving It "Before marriage I used to tell my girl thut I loved tier four worlds full and that was ample." "And now?" "I hnve to tell my wife that I love her $f 0 worth and I have to produce the fifty, by heek." A almpte, old-fubloned medicine, as good today pm In 1HS7, la compounded In Wrlght'e Indian Vegetable Pills. They regulate the Itomaoh, liver and bowel*. Adv. He Said Much Kindly Old Gent—Well, my little ftian, what would you like to be when fou grow up? Little Man—I'd like to he a nice old gentleman like you, with nothing to do but walk about and ask questions. Heywood Advertiser. Champion is better because of its gas-tight, two-piece construction, which allows it to be taken apart for cleaning. ChampionXforFord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TROTH < • « # CHAPTER XI—-Continued They will," Kui'i Janet. "My this time 1 expect tli« y have. Me went off to the police office tills morning to ob- tain hist Auswels, taking the passport with him." *'\Vliat?" said Oaslmlr, "He h:is gone to the police oilice!" "That's what I'm trying to tell you," •alii Janet, "ami I'm very much ai'ruld there'll he trouble." "Trouble! They will Imprison him. They will deport him. They will - Hut not even Yon Stelnveldt would dare shout him. Hut— Excuse inc. I must act at once or all is lost. The princess! My beloved country! lint I have friends and I have money. The king has friends. Perhaps It is not yet too lute." He hurried across the hull toward the door. Janet hurried after him. Tommy was in serious trouble. Cnd- Itnlr was excited and frightened. She could not bear the thought of not be- ing helpful In a crisis as desperate as this. She caught Caslmir by the urm Just as he reached the door. "Shall I ring up the embas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Democrat and Troth PIBRCR COLQUITT, Owner PUBLISHED WEEKLY JOE KI IIKKTT KI'OKK AT KKItKNH LAST FRIDAY Miaorlal and Busines Office 110 West Collin Street. Pone 422 VOTE FOR GOOD ROADS SATURDAY, JL'NE 80TH A vole for good roads meana prosperity for all classes of people in Navarro County. Can yon afford to vote against prosperity? A vote for the bond issue is a vote for the emploment of all class- es of idle labor. Can you afford to vote against the prosperity of the laboring people of Navarro County? A vote for the bond issue means the expenditure of seven million dollars in road building and bridge building In Navarro County, which means prosperity in all chan- nels of business. CAN you afford to vote against a proposition like that? The success of the bond issue will mean a slight increase in your taxes, but it will be offset by the increase In the general lines of business and the porsperlty of the country as a whole. Think what it all means to Na- va...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

♦ • COIISIC.WA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH ♦ • • • • *: • t • MM DAY LAB AND THE FA R WHO Dims HIS awn UUHI and THE FRIBHEil WHO RENTS LAND It is important for you to vote for the bond issue for good roads, especially at this time When we have a drouth that has destroyed our feed crop AND IS DAMAGING OUR COTTON. Since it s evident that we are to have a short crop and a reduced income this year, what is the average farmer, especially tenant farmer, going to do to tide him another crop? over till THE BANKS WilLL lffi h.".' '! r OF MONEY AND IN NO * POSITION TO CARRY YOU OVER, UNLESS YOU CAN PAY THEM UIJ iTIIIS, FALL AND IT LOOKS TO US LIKE A GODSEND THAT WE ARE TO HAVE, AN OPPORTUNITY TO VOTE FOR A BOND ISSUE THAT WILL TURN 1/X)SE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN THIS COUNTY IN PUBLIC WORK, AND ENABLE EVERY DAY LABORER AND EVERY MAN WITH TEAMS TO EARN Ills WAY TILL ANOTHER CROP COMES IN. IT WILL BE FIFTEEN MONTHS BEFORE ANOTEIl CROP CAN BE MADE AND; MARKETED. IN THREE MONTHS, IF THE BOND ISSUE CARRIES, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

CORSIC ANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Predecessors of "the Finest" Shown in Parade NPCHWuOO CHIC SUITS FOR THE BEACHi MODES FOR YOUNG GIRLS Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION New York iioilcemcn t! «•>• appeared In the nnnuul Safety tiny purtidt* on Fifth avenue. Left In right— Charles ftrunna, us a watchman under Peter Stuyvenwint, HHfl; Lmils I,. I'rochayka, as a bellman of Id!Ill; Patrick J. I'eterson, as a member of the constabulary of 17,r>0; Frederick Tineo, as a constable of lh.'to, and James Habbitt, as the llrat policeman, 1805. Native Priests War on Head-Hunting Help Discourage Savage Custom in Borneo. Washington.—In discouraging the savage custom of head-hunting in Borneo, the Dutch and British rulers of the country now huve the powerful co-operation of nutlve priests or "medicine men," according to a late report, which states that at an assem- bly of thousands of the natives, or Dyaks, a terrible curse was pro- nounced by the heud priest on all who revive tribal quarrels. "The cu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

corsioana democrat and truth The Featherheads Uw" By L. F. V n Zelm irnv* A Master Inventor WHAT To Iqy TwiNK OF rfLIX, _ fEATHERwEAD'S Ntw bCHEME f TMEY ''AT ME VAS getting FOLKS to plir money IN A crazy INvEMt 'ON ^,5 wwiCH WOULD get ora'ioe jUICE from orange tpee5 without f.ven picking the n«anue5 fcell, ir does sound phoney, but you never can tell — he's a pretty brainy gut -he's got some Good ideas HF THOT up A DEVICE FOP LETTING DEAF U DLIMH GUYS ~mostly DUMB - KNOW WMEM THEY'RE RUNNING ON A FLAT TiRE —HE SAID the IDEA came TO him •when HE HEARD a WAITER SINGING *oh YOU FLAT- t.se momma , papa's gonna Give you The ai« ' rsfll he mad another swell idea - said it came To him just as he was going to sleep one night—it was an invention for taking the bones out of oysters - it would have worked too only they found out fae HE SAYS ITS JUST A REMOTE SOMETHING ThAT GIVES HIM THE FLASH, AND £OWE/ HE'S GOT ALl TWS WORKS FOR A BRAND NEW INVENTION OYSTERS DIDN'T HAVE Aff* BONES, iii; v ■ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 18 June 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH ROhDS DO NOT HURT SMHLL TOWNS THAT GOOD HOA1XS WILL NOT UlMtT S.MAl.L TOWNS IS ABUNDANTLY SIJOWX 15V THIS TESTIMONY OK THESE WELL KNOWN JUSTNESS MEN, WIIO VOLUN- TARILY MADE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS BELOW. THESE STATEMENTS STAND FOR. THEMSELVES, AND WE OFFER THEM WITHOUT COMMENT. WE CAN GET THEM FROM PRACTICALLY ALL OTHERS IN THESE TOWNS, AND OTHER TOWNS THAT ARE NOW SERVED BY OOOD ROADS. THE ITASCA NATIONAL HANK Ibwa, Tcxun June 8th, 1923. Mr. John C. Beck, Frost, Texas. Dear John: In reply to your letter unking our opinion as to the value of good roads to our city and county, I to say that so far as thus section is concerned, we feel that our road bond issues have been a success, and there are few, if any, of our citizens who would now he willing to revert to the time when we had no road bond issaies, no road taxes,, and no roads. In other words, we have good roads worth the money we paid for them, and we are pleased with our investment. We not only ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 9 July 1925

VOLUME XXXVIY CORS!CANAwTBXAS, JULY 9, 1925 SERVICE Groceries and Meat THIS STORE OFFERS THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS FOR YOUR TRADE BECAUSE OF THE GREAT VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM, AND HERE YOU WAIT ON YOUR SELF, AND HECAUHK OF THE LARGE DAILY SALES WHICH KEEPS OUR STOCK FRESH AT ALL TIMES, DAY IN AND DAY OUT. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR MEATS. OUR COLD STORAGE SYS. TEM KEEPS OUR MEATS SWEAT AND FRESH AT ALL TIMES AND ("HOICK CUTS ARE READY FOR YOU AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY. OOME IN To 8KB FOR YOUR SELF. WHEN IN TO\\'N TRY OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR DINNER OR OTHER MEATS, READY COOKED MEATS AND EATS OF ALL KINDS. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Estes Sell-Serving Grocery and Marke CORNER COLLIN AND 11XH STR RETS—NORTH OF POSTOFFICE Tapping the Reservoir and Its Effects Gas wells are peculiar things. They vary so much that they might well be called unreliable. So far as men know, natural gas is held in pockets under some sort of impervious rock formation that has kept it imprisone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 9 July 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH MISSING FOR TEN DAYS MEN FOUND CHAINED TO TREE REPORTED ATTACKED BY 6 MEN AND CARRIED OFF INTO MOUNTAINS SEARCH FOR MANY DAYS Pcts4 of 150 Under Impetus of $1,000 Reward Persisted Chattanooga, Tenn.—Dr. W. D. Ma- feon, veterinary surgeon, und Law- rence Bowman, who have been the object of a ten-day search by a posse of more than 1.10 men since their mysterious disappearance on Signal Mountain the night of June 23, were found handcuffed and chained to a tree Sunday morning by Jim Thomas, mountaineer, at 10:30 o'clock. Both men were alive, but in a seri- ous condition, due to their long ex- pos-ire and Insufficient nourishment. They were brought to the city in an ambulance. Mason and Bowman wore discov- ered in a hollow about a mile and a half north of where the veterinarian's blood-stained car was found the morn- ing following the disappearance of the men. Mason and Bowman, after being B'ifficlently revived, declared that they had been set upon the night ...

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