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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 29 April 1926

1 MAS NEWS Farming hao been very much delay. *d in Waller County due to con- tinued rains. Heavily weighted with young buds, fig trees in East Texas promise a pro- lific yield of fruit this year. This week Ib designated in a procla- mation issued by Governor Miriam A. Ferguson as "Be Kind to Animals Week." v Strawberries are moving from Al- vln now in large quantities, more than 250 crates going out by local express in one day. The berries are large and of fine quality. Construction of an 18-foot concrete highway Involving an expenditure of 41,200,000, for 35 miles across Liberty County, is well under way, states Judge & a. Pickett, Jr., of Liberty County. Interest received by the state on funds deposited in state and reserve feanks in 1925 amounted to $256,000, W. Gregory Hatcher, tate treasurer, says. He predicts the interest will be greater this year. p.a ordinance putting in effect a 7- cent street car tare and giving the Dallas Railway Company 10 days in which to accept it ...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 29 April 1926

Democrat and Troth riKIiCK COLQUITT, Owner PUBLHMTKI* VPKKK1.Y Subscription Price: One Year —$1.00 J'ix Mouths 50c Entered as aefonil-elaax matter January 18, 182#, at the potuotfice at Corsicana, Texas under the Act of March 3. 1879. •/ Hie bull'S eye "Editor and GtniralManmqtr WILL ROGERS 7 w-r-s . JUL' J.1' Ban Moody U the man. It's been a long time since Wti'ije seen a man with a tooth- brush in his vest, pocket. The man who hu* a repjtation for buH-heatled Juck t« ussually a bull-head -for work. Prospecting for new oil pools ciiHtinwes around Corsicana. and the covuted field may be found 8<".n. ' ' t> ne of the lndidtments of civil- ization Is that happiness and in- telligence are so raifely found in th* same person. After a city man haa spent* a winter In Flcrlad and made n census q[ the occupations of the winter inhaibtants, he quits wor- rying about the plight of the American farmer. TKW>JBK8 TRIBUTE TO MRS. CARROLL OF THE REPUBLIC. 4 ■ R • H wmfm ' ' •. J j .mm • %...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 29 April 1926

■ ■■■I' V?.': an odikance destining cer. tun terms used therein declaring the use of streets within the city of corsicana fuh the ophration of 1N- tervrban" buses to £e a privilege and unlaw- ful unless the PUBUC necessity and conven- ience does in fact li®> quire such use; requir. ing the securing of a permit for the opera tion of any interur- ban bus within said city; prescribing THE manner of securing such permit and for the forfeiture thereof under certain conditions; requiring the owner of such in- terurban bus to exe- cute a bond, contract policy of insurance an1d prjesoribeng THE obligations, amount, terms and conditions of such biond, contract or policy; classifying intehurban buses and requiring drivvers thereof to procure rregistr ation certifi- cates; prescribing the manner of procuring same and the fees therefor and and the conditions ' under which suc£, ^ri- VERS' registration' CESR- tific'ates shall be sub. ject to forfejturb; de- claring the violation of any of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 29 April 1926

<dMp" o mowi wm wi wewro* Of THE GREAT i«w©am««a ffl. COMIMS U4 * MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Chjuie$ SugJhfOf '-Mil i VUELL, HCRf 1 AAA ALL DRESSED OP UKS OAVY CROCKET* « WHtU THAT CUTS OIRL proa the wtiunMO owee GETS A VIEW O WW WEVU FUR COAT WOWT HER PRETTY BU* etcs pop ow->3< Just a Little Repartee \ueu-, AIUT THAT B£TTEE TVtAW TO WAVE A OiAkjQ OP SILW SHEtP "iOtU1 AROuWD COLO AU. WlUTER &ECUX i AM VJEAR.1 Kl' THEIR WOOL OU BACK IM "W OP A Cloth CO^T* t4UMl OM. WOW-Dt-OO MR COSTfR ■ RCAU>, « POUT RECOQWIte VOU "M THE WEVU COW-WIOE KIMOMA HELLO "THERE k£wt a WEREtiT "<0U ftOVMQ TO "howcn" to hour irrut eov WUEUD1 DOMf SPOOF ME.'GuW. THIS COAT COST IMPOCrrAMT MOwCY, AtJO ITS A GEWLHUIU6 OOO^SKIU COAT MADE FRO*A THE RlWBS Of COUTEWTED RAeeoous how caw thfv at cbuTEtJTED. WHEW THEY ARE DEAD' IJUST THtWK ALL THOSE OPAR LITTLE AUIMALS WAD TO DIE THAT VOU MAN HAVE A FUC COAT' w.O-x.1 BfLP.Vw Zaloi ftW«w«r* NtraoKmwr Uuww Teaming the Crooks THE FEATHERHEADS THAT* A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 29 April 1926

'rm' sip ■ wL ' mm 1 - I 1 COBSICANA DBS TONIC FOR THIS TIME THE YEAR PSJ Jjui7ds.Vrc7?jf, S £ A Raw, Sore Throat Earns Quickly Whan You Apply a Littla Musterole Musterole won't blister like the old- fashioned mustard plaster. Spread it on with your fingers. It i nngers. It penetrates to the with a gentle tingle, loosens tion and draws out the sore- metrates to the sore spot wit the congestion J ntss and pain. Musterole is a clean, white ointment made with oil of mustard. Brings quick relief from sore throat, bronchitis, ton- sillitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neu- ralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds on the chest. Keep it handy for instant use. • > To Mothers: Musterole in also made in milder form for babies and email children. Aik for Children'* Musterole. Jar* & Tubes Batter than m mustard plaster Kill All Files! CaE3BBatgg> BUM** •on. Mad* of...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 29 April 1926

t'. U! n i -r?" COItaiCAMA BBMOCRAT AND TRUTH —— HIKERS FORGOT OLD ; STORIES OF GHOSTS Anthracite Worker* Joyotn Over End of Strike, Conspicuously «hr> ii{ from the con- verscitiuns of tin* anthracite miner® who recently rciirred to work was the o'd superstitious talk of ghosts and skeletons #et*n in the inlue* upon return after suspension of work. In former years not a strike ended, but that trouble wan not experienced at some of the collieries l y miners' refusing to go into certain pits in the nines because they alleged they had Men a ghost or had heard some un- earthly rankling#. At one ot the op- erations near 4sUland, Pa., three Miners came rushing up a gangway one hom* after they had returned to work At the end of the 1022 strike, and absolutely refused to return to their pit because they had seen the ghost of il mine mule which had been beaten to death at the mouth of the pit by a cruel driver on the day be- fore the suspension went into effect The three men were given wo...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

A i 5 VOLUME FOKT1 CORS1CANA, TEXAS; MAY 13, 192G O. 24 Going Home with the the Best Groceries When you buy at this Store you go home feeling that you have hou&ht the best that can be had for your table. Here our turn-over is so rapid that every item is fresh and of the best quality to be had, so it is a pleasure to you to shop here. itOME, DAD AND THE BOY I ESTES Self Serving Grocery & Market 104 Corner Collin Street and 11th Avenue. i 1 ii i1 55B55BBEBB D State National ■Ills Invites your account, whether it be large or small. We can better care for job thin ever Give ns a chance to prove our splendid banking service. MOODV DENIES KEg MOTHER.,y<H/R£ AS GOOD AS ANY DAD* I MIVEK. WAS A OUT By FRANK H. CHELEY Fifty-Seven Varietie* WITH more than forty million Puds in America, the Amer- ican Boy's best interests ought to be pretty well looked after— Hilt In that connection here Is a sobering query: "What sort of a crop of boys would there be if every Dad wm n man like me?" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

rpRSlCANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By cfattlolsughro* ct—i mh4w ii um. tm work wast s ahuimmstatut ■wl wuuoiamcwio it wumoouwuw*. VMtp,' nour girl reporter mm keturklect friewd boss, with a flock of hot mews item's amp she was kimdly treated by the general pu&uc, most of whom promptly responded with f^ll fwrneutars about 'who, whem auo how* [but a few ou? dummies i mfitt wsu-, i hope •mew rwo lumw tu their mashed potatoes! nou should have §£gy the suspicious looks i "them save mc, luce thev thought 1 was askiwfr \ que9tious out of curiosity. iwstead of for "th£ PAPER. AS if \ CARED A DAHU about weir stupid f AFFAIRS' j amd owe womam, whom i ackco about a | social blow-out, drawls d, * re ah un, mn dtah, ] i will os delighted to awslst "wo, but ' beg of vou hot to mewtiou ww uame - vwj0w.( mewspaper PUBUCrM is gq distasteful to we!" i know i have had them act that way to me \ kho'aj THAT DAME I to m THE FEATHERHEADS and don't dodfie ant more trolley caps - u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

C0RS1CANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH # • • I ' I CLOTHES, THEIR USES AND ABUSES By JOHN DOUGLAS (Ccj by Short Story Pub. Co.) IT WAS spring time. Along the pfeusunt parkways bloomed the first purple-clustered Much; upon the sun-warmed benches huddled the few lingering derelicts, most of them showing the workhouse or hospi- tal pallor to account for their presence —for know you that with the passing of grim winter departs also the city's compassion for the mewing mendicant. Along :l.«s Mrotdway promennde blossomed at Interval* the premature straw hat; upon the sun-wanned curt) clustered the plausible Hamlet, but now emerged from his long hiberna- tion to repeat with proper elaboration the tales of the season's triumphs; and with Increasing frequency across the many bars resounded the insistent demand for the persuasive rlckey. The deml monde, the deml train and the deuil '.asse languished forgotten lu their respective lairs, for the pass- ing throng sought more wholesome diversion. Truly spr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND ggPM ,4. :? >,j ■Sv *L> ■.."-rfl f|§s §#i< m faifv Democrat and Truth 111 looks like Ma gi Ing into office • t out- mil. rrKRCK OUUJIHTT. Owner rUIHJHHEP WKUIfcJW HOW ENDLESS CHAIN SELLING PLANS ARE USED TO DOB SAVERS Subscription Price: One Year — Fix Month® *1.00 50c Entered a* second-class January 13. 1926, at the poa offtce at Corsica na. Texas under the Act of Mar® 1879, iwKpBwsta tVOiilv XV1CTH ON ROADS. The state prison farms produced 10,$00 bales of cotton last year ud 9,082 were sold up to March 12, 1926, This cotton brought $903,134.67. Cotton should not he raised on the penitentiary farms. This cottofi comes In competition with the cotton porducers of this state and helps lower the price of that ft a pie. The cpnvic^ should tt worked on the county roads and put to raising ho«B and beef and yratn and made to help sustain tho several tlemosonary institu- tions in canned vegetables, meats mid other eats. Union labor is want to object to workin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH t • • • «• • ral- Ice 111 i ■ ■9 # sell res try. ■ ) ary 1Y, -a g nr the mit its. HI- £ EI Ik ur Dolly ■ = = = i = I s 1 BE PRETTY! TURN GRAY HAIR DARK Look Young! Nobody can tell if you use Grandmother's simple recipe of §age Tea and Sulphur i - Almost every one knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compounded, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray. Years ago, the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mtfssy and troublesome. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will get a targe bottle of this famous old recipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, at a small cost Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Bit# ■; 1 llw'>; n TWO HOMES MADE HAPPY Oklahoma Indians Visit Capital ByWomenWhoUtedLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable pound speak "I 5«sve taken Lydia 15. Ptakham's ible Compound and I think It la 1 " " Ithe most wonderful medicinal ever tried," to the state- ment made hy Mra. Goldie Shoup of May Vieifc Illinois. She declares that after taking the Compound ahe la In better health than before. Mrs. J. Storms of 29 Lane Street, Pat- erson, N. J., writes: too highly of your medicine and I recommend It to all my frlenda." These statements were taken, from two enthusiastic letterc which tell of the help that has been received from using the Vegetable Compound. Both Mra. Shoup and Mrs. Storms were In * run-down condition which caused them much unhapplneaa. When women are suffering from lack of atrength and from weakness, their qwn llfa and *hat or their family Is aOeoted. When they feel well and strong and are able to do their housework easily, happy homes •ra ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

T 9 ► I# CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AN/) TKUTB •! I l •••••• i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP IS \ i ! CHILD'S i- BEST LAXATIVE i k\ HURRY MOTHER! Even n blliouf constipated, feverish child loves the plensnnt taste of ''California Fig Syrup" nnd It never fulls to o]ihii the bowels. A teiispoonful today may pre- vent a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggipffnr genuine "Cal- ifornia Fig Syrup" which has direc- tions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say "California" or you inny get an irnltntlon fle synip. PARKEK'S I HAIR BALSAM I Rciuuvch Dandruff-StopaUairFalUnir ' Restores Colur anil Beauty to Gray And Faded Hair and (1.00 t Dnwgiiita. Htecox ('hem. Wks . f'atchoflme.N.Y HINDERCORNS Removes Corns. Cal- IllllUOC Atn Qtnno nil nilt. J «... - " ■ W w ■ * V ■ * AfCWWTCo vlTUDi VH 1" ltiURts, et«., eiojiB all pain, ensimw comfort u> tbe fent, maki-a wulklmr easy. 16e by ujnil or ui llruii- glsto. lllaoox ClioBlcul Works, l'atoho^uo, V. REAL ESTATE LOAN AGENTS WANT...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 13 May 1926

W1 5S'm! f";: ' «V, f': v ■ - §g|$p^ il KJSM© H4f cSRk'P HH jmiYH'Wit WotP V- '•>!• iK' v:'";''A *• , V mswwMW* HHwSSbrt'®! Bfl ff '« Miii K : . it- ' : : FffflEiM OmaiCANA DEMOCRAT AND TKPTfl -/- H£W BRITISH LAW HITS "ELDEST SON" Makes Radical Change in Order of Heirship. The rt'lftn of ih< eldest won as sote Mr to Mm futility ivutUfilon and estate la Great Britain if nt an end. Since tb'j first day of Junwaiy a aew law liajs prevailed whlcli win hereafter compel Mm to share kin heritage not only with hb brothers bul with his slsterni. Thus has the terra "sou and heir" lout much of the idtfniflcance with which It has Invested not less luteal life thai lit fiction. It Is a most radical change, because for centuries the general cus- tom in England has been that, upon an Intestacy, the eldest son shall suc- «tod to his father's "real" property— that la to say, his freehold lands and bouses and the heirlooms—to the ex- clusion *t his mother, brothers and sla- ters. The law was In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

#> f VOLUME FORTY if* CORS1CANA, TEXAS, MAY 20, 1926 NO. 25 Yon Get all the Eats Here - Under one Hoof . • I ——«* II■■!■■■ I III 1MB WHEN you START OUT TO BUY THAT BILL OF GROCERIES. IP YOU COME HERE YOtl'CAN GET ALL YOUR MEATS, CAN#GOODS, .VEGETABLES AND ALL THE OTHE& THINGS TO EAT UfTDER OUR ONE ROOP. OUR SERVICE IS THE BEST AND OUR PRICES MEET ALL COMPETITION AND OUR GOODS, ARE THE EQUAL OP ANY COME HERE AND TRADE WE WANT TO BE OP SERVICE TO YOU. ,5 'IME^ yjrf' ESTES Self Serving Grocery & Market 104 Corner Collin Street and 11th Avenue. v « f State National i -..at <,M it fee large or >mall. ; We can tetter care'for yon than ever Give at i chance to prove onr splendid hanking service. MOODY attacks J ferguson acts. tt' * 0 0 0 0 t 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 , 0 ■ 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 0 * t * $ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 it * 0 HOME, DAD AND THE BOY By FRANK H. CHELEY I JUST BEEN MAOt PWWlilNT HAVE OF IKE UNIVERSE Time to think | and m stop the s I WORLD WOU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

■ ^ jI rnwtnvA DFMOTO AT ANT> T^ttth I CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP IS i 1 CHILD'S BEST LAXATIVE { #NM <M * ««M> WfM « •• ■•* •« MM MM > 4 HURBY MOTH Kit! Even a fretful, peevish child loves the pleasant taste of "California Fig Syrup" and It never tells to open the bowels. A teaspoon- ful today may prevent ■ sick clitld to- □[ Spring Activities Ask your druggist for genuine "Cali- fornia Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say "California" or you may get an Imitation flg syrup. World'a Largest Barrel The famous Held« lherg barrel, once the largest of Its kind In the world, 11 surpassed In size hy u new barrel t Eltvllie-on-the-Khlne. it holds 28.V JO0 quarts of Ithlne wine, it Is 4S) feet long, feet wide and nearly 10 feet Wr\ The Heidelberg barrel has been dry for many years, hut In the days of Its usefulness Jt held SiOO.TfW quarts. Sajrs He Fell Drank Most of the Time , Brooklyn. Mr. Fred G. Marquart writes:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

• I • TORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRTTTH „ • d LIVES ON FARM IN OKLAHOMA Happy Woman Praises Lydia E. Pinkh&m's Vegetable Compound In a sunny pasture In Oklahoma, a berd of sleek cows was grazing. They made a pretty pic- ture. But the thin woman in the blue checked apron sighed as she looked at them. She was tired of cows, tired of her tedious work In the dairy. She was tired of cook- ing for a houseful of boarders, be- sides caring for her own family. The burdens of life seemed too heavy for her falling health. She had loBt con- fidence in herself. One day she began taking Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and tier general health began to Improve. She took it faithfully. Now she can da her work without any trouble, sleeps iwell and la no longer blue and timid. This woman, Mrs. Cora Short, R. R. 0, Box 896, Oklahoma City, Okla., writes: "Everybody now says: 'Mrs. Short, what art you doing to yourself?* 1 weigh 136 and my weight before I took it was 115. I have taken seven bottles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

COK8ICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH 1 Democrat and Troth riKICOE COLQUITT, Owner PUBLISHKT) WBKItliV Subscription Price: OnQ Year —.— $1.0# fix Months -—— 60c Entered as -second-class matter January 13, 1926, at the pos'offlce at Corsicana, Texas ondei the Act of March 3, 1879. Last year the people complained of two much dry weather. This year thoy complain of too much wet weather. Vou just can't- please the peoplo with any kind of weather. The BULL'S EYE "Edltmr and Q+n*rmlMmnmqtr Witt. ROGERS 7 m List of Property Delinquent for Taxes in the Citv of Corsicana: . •• . ■ < r -• ,-v v >■'...• h> * • a" - • ''' ■ '% >'/>'■ 1 ' ' ' ' *' v # ■ S^jSs * i ''*: The following is a list of lots, blocks and parts of blocks and lots delinquent for tax. .*v„v es, due the City of Corsicana, Texas, for the yearf 1925: Abernatiiy, G. W., part of lots 8, 9, block 370, triis- eellaneous property $24.48 Abernathy, G. W. Mrs., lot 10, block 376C $2.40 Abernathy, R. D, part of lots 8, 9, block 3...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

• • CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH • 'V % ot BO 0, 10 1 30 • JO >t, 50 •k aM-# >0 I). (>- k 0 0 7, 0 f LIST OF CITY PROPERTY DELINQUENT TOR TAKES Continued from adjoining page (col.), lot 305, tax Foster, J. A., lot 100x150 feet, block 296, and one-third of lot 10 block 296, tax _$7.20 Franklin, Harry, lot 11, block 283; tax - -$2.40 Franks, J. • D., Mrs.; lot 60- xloO feet, block,. 323,tax $19.00 Freeman, Minnie, (col.), lot 1, block 512, tax -$10.60 Freeman, Mattie, (col.), lots 6 and block 110, tax _$8.20 Gales,. J no., (col.), ha,If of; lot 5, block 297, tax $4.80 Gales, Will, (col.) half of lob 5, block 297, $4.80 Galahar, Jno., Jot 2, block 474 and 25 feet off lot 3, block 474, miscellaneous property tax $3.40 Gamewell, J., miscellaneous property, tax $4.60 Garcia, lot 5 block 502, tax. $2.40 Garrett, Luther W., lot 75x- 140 feet, block 460 tax—$36.00 Garner, Joe C., lots 19 and 20, block 419, tax .$60.00 Gay, Caroline, (cpl.), lot 11, block 334, tax _—$14.40' Gay,' Car...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH f WW ... . fife '£ Rl IS®,' m >•; mi ;. When the farmer Listens Iw T M 6XX) AH TTE ■SNOWS VOl '"}%■:■. m w 1 ^SEghmk 3 j.ni ni DRAMA JKHESTkA SINGING REPORTS OW many farmers own radio seta? What programs hold tb« farmer** interest? What does his wife like? What time of day finds the greatest term audience listening In t Surrey* made by two Independent organisations have resulted In the tabulation of certain definite Infor- mation concerning radio on the farm, Answering the first question, WL8 of Chi- cago, says that one of every five farm homes In the United States contains a radio set. This con- clusion Is based on a survey of more than 18,000 rural homes. Twenty-five per cent of the farmers prefer music to any other program, while 24 per cent listen In regularly to get the dally weather and market reports, thus taking advantage of the more practical side of radio. This Is found to be especially troe, the survey showed, among corn- belt farmers la to...

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