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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 23 July 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Plan Safety in For Communities Organize to Cut Down An- nual Toll of Deaths and Accidents. By C. B. AUOL, President, National Safety Council. Chicago.—Kvery community contrib- utes Itg quota to the yeurly totul of accident fatalities and the toll continues to Increase year by year. Twenty thousand of the victims are children. Twenty thousand men, wom- en and children are killed In automo- bile accidents In a year. Twenty thou- sand more meet death by accident In their homes. The Injured and crippled run Into the millions each year. These are facts, the significance of which Is more poignant when It is'reallzed that at least 78 per cent of all accidents « re avoidable. Aware of Menace. Communities, fast becoming aware ef the menace of the avoidable acci- dent, are organizing themselves Into effective associations known as com- munity safety councils to work for the prevention of accidents. There are now over 00 cities in tills country with active councils...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 23 July 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH I n 1 := I «■ TAKE UP HOBBY TO REST TIRED NERVES Physician'b Advice to Over- worked Business Man. A frlenn who wim on the verge of a •erlous nervouR breakdown went to a great specialist to seek advice, Rich- ard Worth relates. In the Washington Post. The very first question the doc- tor asked lilm was, "What hobbles have you?" My friend looked rather dum- founded. Then he explained that he waa a busy man imd that apart from •n occasional round of golf he had no time for hobbles. "Then we tan put our linger on the real cause of your 'nerves,'" said the specialist. He saw, I suppose, that my friend was Inclined to be skepti- cal, so he Indulged In a little personal reminiscence. "There are a great many people who aeem to think that we doctors are never III," he said. "They think that because we may be able to prescribe for their ailments—real or Imaginary— we must, of necessity, keep to the health rules we may be obliged to lay down for them." He stnlled. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

4 VOLUME XXXVIY CORSICANA, TEXAS, AUG. 1925 NO. 32 SERVICE Groceries and Meat THIS STOKE OFFERS THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS FOR YOUR TRADE BECAUSE OP TH E GREAT VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM, AND HERE YOU WAIT O N YOUR SELF, AND BECAUSE OP THE LARGE DAILY SALES WHICH KEEPS OUR STOCK PRESH AT ALL TIMES. DAY IN AND DAY OUT. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR MARKET F<« YOUR MEATS. OUR COLD STORAGE SYS. 'i'EM 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. f OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Estes Sell-Serving Grocery and Marke CORNER COLLIN AND HTH STREETS-—NORTH OF POSTOFFICE COURT HOUSE NEWS ^ District Court. J. J. Dunham plead guilty in the j dint rift court Wednesday to u charge of theft and was assessed two yyears in the penitentiary. District Clerk's Office The following cases have been filed: C. J. Hall vs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Texas News Charles Seacraves, who was award- ed a silver star by the war depurtmont for gallantry In action against the Muros In the Spanish-American war, now lives in Lockhart, and in a jus- tice of the peace. Approval of the title and abstracts on 20 acres of land purchased for an addition to the campus of the College of Industrial Arts at Denton has been given by the attorney general's de- partment. Mineral Wells, In the picturesque hill country of Palo Pinto County, is mustering its resources for a mighty drive, having as a goal the building of u 11,250,000 hotel. Amarillo has announced as a candi- Jate for the 1926 convention of the Texas American Legion. The 1925 meeting will be held at Port Worth. In the Rio Grande Valley the annual rainfall Is so light that it is imprac- ticable to grow most crops without ir- rigation. As a result, water from the river is lifted by pumps and carried in ditches over the fertile valley lands. Members of the Rio Gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

corsicana democrat and truth i M1CKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL r® by clurtcs sughroe © wmum nt+ p4f*> i'nwn IVhy He Left Home >:&, W,MJ£ OA,W0\ I COULOkit* Swe was biaaer'uj mb ) mo, %ir., \ \wasuy auwans a ^r-akap «00kaesyie uuuawuess made a bum outa me, tvaat'u st«j3klgc or.iwk , ^ \ <see*voo "to.iso ^ oro^u neir. f roobwb ^>,r •k > wm%& f.tiH kidding the plant the featherheads by l f. van zelm t ^r.irru n««l|i |if| i molt there little plant, don't you crt you'll like electric sunshine bye amd bye / f ront pur it in thlis dark hallway — tme plant needs sljnshlne well, ill tuon on tme electric lights them ow felix ' what a beautiful, plant f mwr-~~ 1 bhgslv 2<?ohe Events in the Lives of Little Men Our Pet Peeve *mi<> loom mice q.uter rrt seciooep t>? or 1 vje 60 ml of ft! e3" %iW^ t&.-v5'3 i □ -s § 1 f * wkb d;- * r1 m. \oa^w (copyright, w. n. u.) (cwrlfht, w. m. u.) HOME WANTED FOR A BABY all a roman's gof tc bo is ser and v^/mtl amd to turn of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

C0RSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Democrat and Truth riERCE COLQUITT, Owner PUBLISHED WEEKLY Ediaorlal and Buslnes Office 116 West Collin Street. Pone 422 Governor Ferguosn lias pardoned noarly nine hundred convicts since entering office. SAILOR NEAR END OF WORLD TOUR AUTO DEATH RATE IS ON INCREASE ELECTRIC ENERGY GENT BY WIRELESS Maltlu: Trip in Craft cf Hit Own Design. Governor F'arguson k said to lie willing to make the race for governor again next year. The home" makers .ire the men who labor in the cities and the hold, and they are the backbone < f the country. Farmers nre busy n ■■•It Inst tho cotton from the lle'rfs, aprt are hoping for a larger yieid than is now in sight. Corslcana citizens are continuing the pavinvr campaign which pushes good streets by their doors ajul take* them out of tho mud and makes for the better health and happiness of the whole people. The farming interest Is sot back by the short crops, but Navarro county farmers have always met issue" like that squ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

\ «I • • • CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH IF KIDNEYS ACT _..CJL IN FOX BREEDING 1 Covers 75-Acre Ranch and Ha* Force of Professor*. TAKE SALTS I Says Backache Often Means You Have Not Been Drinking Enough Water L When you wake up with backache and dull misery in (he kidney region it may mean you have been e:ttinjr foods which create acids, says a well-known authority. An excess of such acids overworks the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood and they become sort of paralyzed and loygy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, IFko you relieve your bowels, removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick headacne, dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consul: • ], reliable physi- cian at once or gi t i" < ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

CORSICA*A DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH King Tommy By GEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM Copyright by Bobbt-Merrill Co.—W. N. U. Service IF THE LIGHT HAD LASTED By WARWICK J. PRICE ! CHAPTER XVI—Continued 21— "Wherever a Scot happens to be," ■aid Janet, "Is Scotland." "The law can't really be exactly like that," said the princess. "It would be too inconvenient." "That Is the law," said Jnnet. "If 1 say that I'm married to him, I shall be, and there'll he no getting out of It. Thar would be Intolerable." "It wouldn't be particularly pleas- ant for me, either," said Tommy. He ought not to have said that; but he was Retting angry with Janet. A woman has a perfect right to refuse to marry any man who asks her; bur «he ought not to tell hlrn to his face that he Is Intolerable. No man can be expected to submit tamely to that, particularly when he has not really offered himself as a husband. "Besides," said Calypso, "If he mar- ried you, what would happen to poor Miss Temple?" "I wish to goodness Miss Temple •was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

C0RS1CANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH HAYNES RELIEVED OF GERMANS FORCED STATE TREASURY '■I LIQUOR SUPERVISIONj OUT OF POLLAND HAS $9,266,S85 ACTUAL DIRECTION OF ADMIN Expelled fop Voting in Favor of Sustains Marrs In his Promise to ISTRATION WILL BE IN THE Cerfany n Siiesian j Give the Schools $2 Per Capita HANDS OF MR. ANDREWS. Plebiscite RETAINED AS AN ADVISOR Authority to Be Vested in Adminis< trators to Be Named. Washington.—Prohibition Controls- ■iouer lluytes will be Btrlppc-d of till authority over prohibition enforce- ment on Sept. 1. Ills duties will be lodged in the twenty-four prohibition admlnistra- tors to be appointed under the re- organization of the enforcement forces effective the first duy of next month and he will act merely in an advisory capacity to assist assistant Secretary Andrews of the Treasury. An order authorizing the transfer of authority has been issued by In- ternal Revenue Commissioner Ululr, who, under the law, retains nominal Jurisdiction over the prohibi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 6 August 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH PRACTICAL SAFETY FOR THE HOME FOLKS 1 GOVERNMENT'S COST IN RUNNING ALASKA Carelessness Cause of Many Home Accidents. fty C. B. AUEL, President National Safety Council. New York.—"Safety Flrat" hns come to be one of the most universally known catch phrases lo existence, and •II kinds of Interpretations liuve been placed upon It. This unique phrase, which originated •ome fifteen years ago with the safety ■rovement, does not mean safety above •11 else. Ruther. It means a thought- ful viewpoint or attitude of precaution toward all the natural and artificial hazards of our complicated existence. Luck of thought or- lack of precau- tion was responsible for 20.000 deaths 4ue to accidents In and about Amer- ican homes last year. In other words, 90,000 Americans were killed directly •r Indirectly because they or somebody •lse did not adhere to the principles of "Safety First." The practice of safety (precaution) begins In the home, where there are a multitude of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

•>*r * / > I VOLUME XXXVIY COHS1CANA, TEXAS. AUG. 18, 1925 4*9BtoNO. 3T SlftVICt Groceries and Meat THIS STORE OFFERS THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS FOR YOUR TRADE BECAUSE OF TH E GREAT VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM, AND HERE YOU WAIT O N 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 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. COME 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 PRICE8 ^ARE RIGHT. "" Estes Sell-Serving Grocery ant CORNER COLLIN AND HTH STREETS—NORTH OF POSTOFF1CE - TEAUl'R BANK HEAD I IS INDICTED; At'I The 1111 ^ Popular Price Studio Makers of FINE PHOTOS Electric Studio V 104 1-2 South Beaton Street etirslcana, Texas AUDIT OF .U4M)0 yard* of C'uero Sob Duck SPECIAL TO FARMERS— roV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

CORSICANA DEMQCHAT AND TRUTH Low-cost Transportation Star ^ Cars NEW PRICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 1928 Commercial Chassis $425 Roadster Touring Coupster $525 Coupe $675 525 Coach 695 595 Sedan 775 F. O. B. Luiiii, Michigea. DURANT MOTORS, INC 250 WEST 87th ST., NEW YORK CiMral Sale* Department, 1819 Broadway, New York PLANTS ATi Elisabeth, N. J., Leasing, Mich., Oakland, Calif., Tereate, Cam. 20% MORE POWER Some men are like phonographs— they nay a great deal, but never say anything original. _ //ever . Surpassed as a SHAMPOO The genuine Pine Tar and fresh sweet Cocoanut Oil in GRAND- PA'S WONDER Soap are good for the hair, making this soap a fine shampoo. Recommended for dandruff and skin eruptions. It makes dirt disappear like magic with either hard or soft water, whether hot or cold. Sold by all dealers in two sizes—medi- um and large—at popular prices. The Branr Boa* C ., Diftra, 0. Soap makirt rinct lS;S Tn** Good Old Pine twr Soap Tomorrow Alright A vegetable aparlant, adde tone...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH King George A. Birmingham .v.v •8 ;v;v.v.v.v.v.v.,.v.v.v.'.v.v.v.v.v.v.%'.v.%v.% Copyright by ilobbs-Merrill Co. (W. N. U. fiiervicn) CHAPTER XVI—'Continued 22— Castinir'H preparations for the re- ception of the princess were complete. The greater part of the Lystrlun army wns there to greet her, drawn up on each side of the road. As the ear passed the men tired their rifles Into the air. each one shooting olT round nfter round, refilling his magazine when It was exhausted. There was plenty of nmmuntlon, which showed <hat some of Cable's money was wise- ly spent. No doubt Is was his money, <00, which had provided new unifM-ms for the whole army, not dingy khaki tunics and breeches like those worn hy unimaginative soldiers of western lands, hut fine blue cloaks and crim- son tunics and great boots with fur tops to them and wide black trousers or short pleated petticoats like High- land Scottish kilts. Some of the men wore caps with tall green feathe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

A CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Democrat and Troth PIERCB COLQL1TT, Owner the pencil makes A FARM PAY BEHER CANADIAN VETS SHY FROM ORGANIZATION FINDS HEAT KILLS GERM MILK HOLDS (P PUBLTSrtKI> '.VEKRLY 1 Bdiaorial and Busines Office 116 West Collin Street. Pone 422 mil ■! ii i Texas is attracting greater atten- tion throughout the country than ever before. Its great oil fields Is bring thousands of people to this state. A new oil field Is unfolding in the western part of Navarro coun- ty. near the town of Blooming Grove. Oil has been found in a well sunk there and only needs developinigi into pay. PHYSICIANS ASK THAT COURTl' BUILD HOME. Drs. T. A. Miller, O. C. Bomar and Sam J. Jackson., R. A. Cald- well, and W. P. McCammon ap- peared before the Commissioners Court and asked that body to build a new home for the nurses of the Count Dospital. The Supt. Miss Jesse Armstrong also joined in the request upon the court. The Commissioners defrred ac- tion, preferring to investigate and ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

I CORSICA.NA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH | DRINK WATER IF I KIDNEYS BOTHER Take a Tablespoonful of Salts if Back Pains or Bladder is Irritated : Flush your kidneys by drinking a quart of water each day, also take salts occasionally, says a noted authority, who tells us that too much rich food J'orms acids which almost paralyze the kidneys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and weaken; then you may suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the channel often get sore and irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the night. To help neutralize these irritating acids; to help cleanse the kidneys and flush off the body's urinous waste, get four ounces of Jad Salts from any phar- macy here. Take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

C0RS1CANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH 'A 8w*et Breath at aU timet f Altar utlnt m MMkia* Wrtllcyk freaKras 0* mouth and wrmm the breath. Nerves an soothed, throat It refreshed and difestlon aided. So easy to carry nt little psdwtf after etfery meat fj§ Piscatorial Notation The objection to flailing on creek bank la Hurt comparatively mo few of the bites you (ret come from the wuter. •—Baltimore Hun. i Fold owner* all over the world buy Cham- pion X for Ford Cars, Truck* Fordson Tractors, a* a matter of course. can, 75c. Man Champion Spark Plug Co. Toledo, Ofato Cill thai the name implies Faultless Starch FAULTLESS STARCH in* sores faultless results. Either as a cold or a boiled water preparation you are certain to get faultless results with this wonderful all-purpose starch. To make a boiled starch with FAULTLESS just add boiling water to your cold water starch mixture. No cooking required. FAULTLESS 8TARCH is always ready for In- stant use. For more than SS years FAULT- LESS STARCH has been...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

TORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TROTH 'ii THE FEATHERHEADS By LP. ,Vu Zclm 1'ntaa 223 T\'\ * Laugh That One Off, Fefct « Z' OH, I'M SO A V SLEEP* /J C GO%H, TCHJ KNOW WHEN I GET UP IN TME MORNING IM JUST NUMB - AMD fOll DC CHANGE AIL ; fi (..FmiN M1CK1E, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL 1 ' A6MU\ vv&mionou fcooe* WMCH By Charle* Sughroe rian N in UM. AHE *tV®4 porcrttf FOIX.6 u OAIU B3R. BORROWS MOWEM MOMJI GEE< i BETTER- 6E I fd1 ds«\ VMASSA AAATXEU> \oo oisAPPOimto ^ DID AW CAS 'MOV DATS VJMEAM AW, VJUt FO' WUTtM DANS, JEST FO' fcOWtOWU Aqdopua t>OUAHS CAREFOUjOArtS" |*| OOMT GO utmtf 'ew OM OB head \«\F A £UJ SEBEKJ XOW.FO' "Borrow," the Man UKE AU OOME SSFO* OE. SOW LEY ME wkme OtKKTVJO eueKS <11 J****1 — — Events in the Lives of Little Men | II | Our Pet Peeve 1 AIR* WANE ;tPl (C*yyH|M, W. N. U.) 1HI5 LOOtO UK£ A 60OD 0H6. it> roe I'LL. TAKfcTW>] ILL powy OWN PICKING WHEN IT COME5 TO ^UVlNC? MELONS PJTl*M, W. N. u.) HOME WANTED FOR A BABY Mr. How Fortunate ~ fw KHZ IN HAVlHfi 6...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 August 1925

u CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH ! ^ i' ■ 5 < H: t M i i! 1 M. A. Traylor federal reserve helpsfarmers Mow Its Aid to England's Re* i turn to a Gold Standard Bene* ' fits American Agriculture. By M. A. TRAYLOR Vaeond Vic« President American Bankers Association. There has been no more Important •vent (or the American farmer and ■lock man since the Armistice than the recent return of Great Britain to a gold standard, It seems a long dis- tance from the Mon- tana farm to the gold vaults of the Bank of England, but the price the farmer gets for his wheat and cattle de- pends not a little on that gold. The fanner sells his wheat to the ■levator man and yet the real buyer, la many cases, is an Englishman, a Frenchman, a German, or an Italian. About one-third of the wheat crop is ■anally sold abroad and this part is a large factor In fixing the price of the sntlre crop. Between the farmer and the foreign buyer there are many atepa. In recent years the most Im- portant step has been that a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 September 1925

HP «> VOLUMl XXXV1V CORSICANA, TEXAS. SEPT. 10. 1925 NO. & SCIVICt RIGHT. and Market CORNER COLLIN AND 11TH STREETS—NORTH OF POSTOFFICE KEATHLEY KILLED AT 1 TRIKNIDAD SATURDAY. Groceries and Meat THIS STORK OFFERS THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS FOR YOUR TRADE BECAUSE OF THE GREAT VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM, AND HERB YOU WAR ON YOUR SELF, AND BECAUSE OF THE LARGE DAILY SALES WHICH KOBPS OVR STOCK FRESH AT ALL TIMES, DAY XN AND DAY OUT. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR MARKET FOR YOUR MEATS. OUR OOM> STORAGE SYS. TRM KEEN OUR MEATS SWEAT AND FRESH AT AUU TIMES AND CHOICE CUTS ARB READY FOR YOU AT AU HOURS OF THE DAY. COMB IN TO SEE FOR YOUR SELF. WHEN IN TOWN TRY OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR DINNER OR OTHER MEATS, READY COOKED MEATS AND BATS OF ALL KINDS. 55ack Keathley, 45, was stabbed to death Saturday at T'innidad by 'ihomas Bron.htlcw. -n* killing Is alleged to aave Ov«.- fj{ in r. drug store. fcack Keathley vs« -s'«--« ♦b--> Frost community and bis survived fcjr hU wife and six...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 September 1925

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH HATCHER WOULD SHIFT STATE FUNDS IN HIS OPINION THERE IS AMPLE PROVISION FOR DOING TH18 UNDER THE LAW NO CHARITY REQUESTED Unhappily Our Highway* are Now Ful of Tenant Farmers Moving From tho Dry Counties. Austin, Texas.—W. G. Hatcher, State Treasurer, gave out the follow- ing statement: "I have visited about fifteen coun- ties in the drouth area and talked with the bankers in different towns in these countleB and conferred with the business men and county officials and citizens and have peached the conclusion that a very substantial assistance could be ren- dered to the people In these com- munlties. If a part of the State's funds deposited in the reserve and State depositories scattered over the State could be shifted to the coun- ties affected by the drouth, num- bering perhaps thirty or thirty-five. "In my opinion there Is ample pro- vision for doing this under the law and without working an Injury or undue hardship upon the other com- munities of the...

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