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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

rORRTCANA DFJMOTRAT AND TRUTH ,.A '.EAN MIXTURE IS MUSE OF FIRES Carburetor Get* Out of Ad- justment and Then M it- chief It Done. t - "How did your car take flrer "I don't know ' heard It pop back at the carbmcloi suddenly discov- ered that It ws« on lite." "What made It backfire r the carburetor?" "I don't know. We can't find out be- cause the car la • total loss." Thta la no Imaginary conversation because cars have burned in the pant end will again In the future due to backfiring In the carbnretor. Cause la Lean Mixture. The most frequent cause Is n lean mixture. Thla means more nlr in the mixture than usual. The carburetor gets out of adjustment In some way and the mischief Is done. A lean mixture Is slow-burning. It hums all during the power stroke, all during the exhaust stroke, and It Is still burning when the Inlet valve opens, . admitting the fresh mixture. This takes fire and the flame runs back to the carburetor. If there Is any gasoline dripping from the carburetor a hea...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 20 May 1926

im-M CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH mwa Ji'i ts&r DELINQUENT (Continued from fifth page.) PROPERTY TOR TAXES ' • v^ii' t 0^ Will. block, 23. tax |. Sherrod, 870A. tax ^Sherwd, A 607. tax - Siinfcittiy 10. block (col.), lot 4, —#21.00 lot S, blcK'k .—i—$1.20 , lot 9, block -^$7/20 _ K. 11, lota 9 and 490, tax—$19.20 7 and 8, block 10, tax —$6.60 Stevens, C. M., lot 3, Mofk 413, tax — $14.40 Stone, 8. H., lota 9, 10, half 8, block 170, tax $4.80 Storey, L. B,, Mrs. lots 4, 5, hoick 577 1-2, tux $14.40 Strode?, Jno.( etsate lot 2, block 19:;, tux -——$4.80 Stubbs, J. W.„ 37 1-2 feet oft' 9 and W. half 8, Mode 99, tax --*■—$21.20 Superior Service Barber Shop (col.), lote 1, 2,' :>, $2.40 Sitrikm*. wnJ'.. wk wm. Mrs., lot 15, block -251,' tax $3.12,00 Simeon,, N. 1-2 of lots 1 and 2, block 50, tax £—$2.40 Sin is, W. SI, all of block 143 and W. half of ,171, and mis- cellaneous property, tax t.„ —— $110.88 Skinner, J. E., lot 34, block 432, tax — —.—$7.20 Skinner. J, E,, lot 35, block...

Publication Title: Corsicana Democrat And Truth
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

#> VOLUME FORTY CORSICANA, TEXAS, MAY 27, 1926 NO. 26 i) l< # You Get all the Eats Here Under one Roof WHEN YOU START OUT TO BUY THAT BILL OF\ GROCERIES. IP YOU COME HERE YOU CAN GET ALL YOUR MEATS, CAN GOODS, VEGETABLES AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS TO EAT UNDER OUR ONE ROOF. 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. ^ 4$ HOME, DAD AND THE BOY By FRANK H. CHELEY - I JUST BEEN MADE PRESIDENT I SCARCELY HAVf OF THE UNIVERSE tlME TO THINK | ANO IF I STOP THE I WORLD WOOUD—" L_ 1 CCTDC Self CJILJ Serving Grocery & Market 104 Corner Collin Street and 11th Avenue. ——get—«—J - * 1 f) if? .YOUNG WHITE MAN BRUTALLY MURDERED. State National Bank l'rcwitt Dukemlnier White Boy Is The Preoccupied Dad THE world often calls him the successful man, and prints his history In Who's Who. He jflves Ills family everything they need but himself. In the wild rush of modern living he has ah- du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

C0RS1CANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Bran in delightful form cirovnraro MKCirl/ul/ WHEAT with strawberries and cream Good Work Walter Hagen, the golf champion, told a golf story at a dinner In St. Petersburg during his Florida trip "A Scotchman," he said, "played a round of golf at a famous club. After- wards, as. he was taking a shower, they asked him how he liked -Hie course. " 'It'* not no bad,' the Scotchman •aid. 'I lost three balla, but 1 found eight.' .yiitikc into your Wive* and Husbands In "Wives," by Gamaliel Bradford) the author discusses seven famous woman made famous only by famous husbands: The women are Mrs. Abra- ham Lincoln, Mrs. Benedict Arnold. Theodosla Burr, Mrs. .lames Blaine. Mrs, Jefferson Davis. Mrs. Benjamin 30 tier, Mrs. .lames Madison. The au- thor contends that each of these wives was the intellectual superior of her husband. What's the answer? Wom- en prefer to submerge self In mate even if they can outshine him? CONVICT COLONIES • STILL MAINTAINED Located in L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

TORSICANA DEMOCRAT ANT) TRITTH I ! • I I f: IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I SundaySchool ' Lesson' <Bjr KKV. p. B. -riTZWATKB. D.D., IMu of the Bvenln* School. Moody Btbl* •tltut* of Chicago.) '(e). 112*. Wontern N«w p p*r Union.) i 1 ..i ..j Lesson for May 30 JACOB AT BETHEL LESSON TEXT—G«ne U GOLDEN TEXT—1 am With thee and •rll) keep thee In all place* whither thou ffoest.—Gen. 18:16. PRIMARY TOPIC—Jacob Dreaftia at Hethel. JUNIOR TOPIC—Jacob'a Vision at Bethel. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—A Young Mao's Dreums and Vi- sions. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Place of VUion in Humu Lives. I. Jacob'a Flight to Haran. He fled from an outraged brother. His deceit and cunning got him into trouble. His long exile from home was the resuit of his selflsh ambition. "Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap." Rebekah made her plea before Isaac for, sending Jacob away, stating her fear of Jucob's probable marriage with a daughter of Canaan, when in reality she feared that ISs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

I'.&A-.-. 1 t m, En&! K CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Democrat and Troth PIERCE COliQlTTT, Owner PUBIilHHKO WKKKLY Subscription Price: One Year $1.00 SJ* Months j.— — 50c '-f-jt'' ! l_. -I- - Entered as second-clasa Matter January 13, 1926, at the post,office at Coruicana, Texas undei the Act of Match 3, 1879. Moody U speaking over the state and everywhere * he goes the throngs utfbi-nible and cheer him. His strength its increasing daily in all factious of Navarro coun- ty and Texas. Today he's leader in Nav«rro county. In the first primary two years ago Mrs. Fur- gusoit received 1793 votes; Lynch Davidson 1010 votes; Robertson 1ZZZ votes: T. W. Davidson to (Si votes. Robertson led in the first primary. Dan Moody, for Attorney General in the first primary received 3657 votes, and h's nearest opponent received lit 7 St votes. Those who have been saying that Mrs. Ferguson carried the county in the first primary will have to change their sights. Here is the result of th<* sec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

CORSIC'ANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH LIST OF CITY PROPERTY DELINQUENT FOR TAXES Continued from adjoining page I f ♦ O § © 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, (ccrl.), lots 6 and 7, block 110, tax _$8.20 Gales, Jno., (col.), hajlf of lot 5, block 297, tax $4.80 Gales, Will, (col.) half of lot 5, block 207, $4.80 Galaliar, Jno., ,lot 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 400 tax__$36.00 Garner, Joe C., lots 19 and 20, block 419, tax $60.00 Gay, Caroline, (col.), lot 11, block 334, t«x $14.40' Gay, Caroline, (col.), lot 2, block 81, tax $7.20 Gibbs, W. J., estate, lots 3 and 4 block 49, tax ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TROTH THE FEATHERHEADS 'J± A Bad Break TAMMY- CSMWWEC when X USED lb 8ENt> tYJU NtfTSS dV WINNIE MOMCULOTZ. AT, «SCUoGt_? 7^ AND X SUPPOSE THOSE ^ / WELL ANYWAY PEQPjMETl AND WILTED / HBRC'S ANOTrtEQ. voQarx-wF naxes of I etmrr-ooux i sent "ttouftS WBftS NOT KlNDA/ I ^ YESTERDAY THRU Sloppy i Vmi.c escaqooT# hm! a milliner's Bill? SAY YbO JUST &OT A NEW LID LAST CAONTd AND NbO HAVEN'T WORN THAT VET// X CANT HELP IT IF TUE WEATWEQ. UAS BEEN BAD WUtLE TWE STYLES / WEQE CHANGING-/ <? ^JkGmic <$Mp y\ KM ua* wrt kCM ay MICK1E, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL Mtsro'- eorroa, you is a"| f^SAAART AAAU LKMMK ASK | NOU A OttJESTlOU AH is gwiue cht A/cy gal a, DIWUMT aiWfir, AM* AM VUAUft *#> MEX D« BCS1 BAKOAlU AM KIM- 6WCXJU0 ( AH PAY CASH, Oft Grr rr OU DC IMfiTALLMEWf pLAMmPE BlMGr AH « Garr picked out i« *Z*€£hL By Charles Sughroe S/jojy This to Frierul Wife CASH CU-, TVWT t ON YWfiT IMSTALUMtWT Vjeu.oe mau sex DIKWJWT ou TIME X* BK oowu SMfi^eS Events in the Li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

roosicANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Great Personages of the Bible > $ By REV. LEONARD A. BARRETT I' ■ ■ Naboth AHAB was the nam* of a wealthy king of Samaria, whose palace was built ypon land which adjoined the property belonging to one uained Naboth. Upon this property there was a very wonderful vineyard which the Kin* Ahab greatly desired. He endeavored to negotiate with Naboth for the sale of the vineyard. Naboth refused to sell It.because he prized It very highly, having come Into its pos- session through un inheritance from his father. The refusal of Naboth to sell the vineyard greatly angered the king. He was so angry that he would neither eat nor sleep. Jezebel, Ills wife, thinking the condition of the king rather serious, and wishing to please him, promised that she would secure the vlneyurd for him. Slie secretly sent messengers to the men In post- t tions of political authority, requesting * that a fast day be proclaimed, on which occasion Naboth wits to be highly honored by n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 27 May 1926

u m 1 CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH llffri' OF CJTY PROPERTY ,7 and 8, block 16, tax __$9.60 Walker, Ad. (col.), lots 1, 2, 5, block 49, tax .$1.20' Stevens, C. M., lot 3, block block 18£, tax * $2.40 Williams Marcolla, lot 8, J 413, tax .r.I $14.40 Walker, Geo. B., -Jlot Wock U«ek • 43; tax .^..$2.40 Stone, 8. H., lota 9, 10, half 371, tax ...*„_—,.-.t.._$72.00 | Williams, Rose, (col.), one-1 8, block 170, tax ..$4.80 Walker, J. E., 1 vlot block fourth jot 4, Uock 110, tax Sbelton, Will, tool.), lot 4, block. 23, t..: . —$21.60 Sherrod, K y, lot 3, block 370A, lax 1 $1.20 Short';*!, W, A., lot 0, block 60t, tax .r... .$7.20 SimkJnv B. B., lota 9 and 10. block 400, tux......$19.20 Simkins, E, J., Mrs., lot 15, block 251, tax .•$&, $312.00 Simpson,, N. 1-2 of lots 1 and 2, block 50, tax j —.$2.40 Sims, W. 8., all of block 143 jpElJNQljKNT FOR TAXES ft (("'uUiiuwl porn fifth page.). Storey, L. B., Mr*?. lots 4, 5, 371, tax ... $2.40,_^___ $2i40 bolck 577 1-2, tax $14.40 Walker, Spi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 3 June 1926

VOLUME FORTY CORSICANA, TEXAS, JUNE 3, 1926 4m- NO. 27 You Get all the Eats Here Under one Roof WHEN YOU START OUT TO BUY THAT BILL OF GROCERIES. IF YOU COME HERE YOU CAN GET ALL YOUR MEATS, CAN- GOODS, VEGETABLES AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS TO EAT UNDER OUR ONE ROOF. OUR SERVICE IS THE PBST AND OUR PRICES MEET ALL COMPETITION AND OUR GOODS, ARE THE EQUAL OF ANY COME HERE AND TRADE WE WANT TO BE OF SERVICE TO YOU. ESTES Self Serving Grocer# Market 104 Corner Collin Street and 11th Avenue. THE SESQUI FROM THE AIR State National Bank •« -_J?'i*. .va v Yg* - **r~' Invites your acconnt, whether it be large or .small. We can bettor care for yon than ever Give us a chance to prove enr splendid banking service. JEFF DAVIS' MEMORY vN IS KEPT GREEN ON J I18TII ANNIVERSARY | / Pages of his tor/ were turned back again Thursday in honor of the 118th anniversary 0f the birth of Jefferson DaYis, presl- I dent of the Southern Confeder- acy. .. | Early resdents of Texas - re- member Davis' visit to Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 3 June 1926

L-V DUST CLOTH mute at aajMctmltr worfiu fabric "CropWM" tux o lf M wuu FREE LL dp«t. Olrt tod 6l«m- rHttilfTtY. nd Iuvm fvai piano, vqr woodwoit potl e«l# m n ifid UfnUriK>U>IMa. Mur*uterlt|>r!t«>rTulb« mm itmm Bvftmlo | Cleaning Sewing Machine Kerosene serve* vdl lo clean the j sewing machine •■urines when they j are dogged and dirty. It Im i ted by patting It Into the oil holes Hud run- ning the machine for a few momenta. Then, since kerosvie la really a detainer, hut net a lubricant, great CHre must he used to get It all oat by flushing with machine nil. SCARRED SCIENTIST RENEWS X-RAY FIGHT Survivor of 72 Operations Taunts Old Enemy. #4B># SMB^# eetHk eet^e asfe# SMBMft ^ i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP IS I j CHILD'S BEST LAXATIVE| £ •* • •* • sme ••• frL.1 JMknaMMorOlt oSctHm Gtk Oil that stands the HURIiY MOTHER 1 Even a billon*, constipated, feverish child loves the pleaahnt taste of "California Pig Syrup" and it never falls to open the how el a. A teaspoonful today ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 3 June 1926

COR8ICAVA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH ^msms el SAFFRON SKIN FROM SOUR BILE < SOUTH GEORGIAN DRIVE8 OUT ENORMOU8 QUANTITY SOUR V BILE WITH DODSON'8 LIVER TONE. The housewife smiles with satisfac- tion as she looks at the basket of clear, white clothes and thanks Bed Cross Ball Blue. At all grocers.—Ad- vertisement / Many a player In the orchestra of life spends all his time merely In.tuu- lSgfip: ' • Help That Achy Back! Are you dragging around, day after day, with a dull, unceasing backache? Are you lame in the morning, bothered with headaches, dimness and urinary disorders? Feel tired, Irritable and dis- couraged? Then there's surely some- thing wrong, and likely it's kidney weakness. Don't neglect it! Get back your health while you can. Use Doan'a Pitlt, a stimulant diuretic to the kid- neys. Doan'a have helped thousands, and should help you. JLak your neighbor^ — ■ A Texas Cam J. C. Mitchell, prop, harness and shoe shop, West, Texas, says: "My kidneys acted so freely, I had to get. up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 3 June 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH Democrat and Troth I'll&RCK OOl^lin, Owner PUBLIMHKD WEEKLY Subscription Price: One Year .... J1.00 PI* Months , 80c Entered as sacond.clasu matter January 13, 1026, at the post.ofilce at Corsicana, Texas under the Act of March 3, 1879. WHAT PROFITS! Texas spont last year approx- imately $20,000,000 far good road building through the State Highway Dt-partment at Austin. Road contracts were let tor 30 cents the square yard to the American Road Company, with- out bond and to the Huffman Company without bond. Tho American Road Company sublet their contracts for 10 cents the square yard and cleartd 20 cents tho square yard without lifting :t fcptde or wielding a pick. The H< Ativan Koad Company was let contracts at 30 tenth the sqtlare yard and sublet their contracts for 6 cents the square yard. They did not work and picked up 24 cents the square yard. Summed up In round figures the State of Texas spent approximately $20,- 000,000 and got in return in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 3 June 1926

i CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH /:,w; mm ir OF CITY PROPERTY DELINQUENT FOR TAXES Continued from adjoining page 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 v 6 and 7, block 110, tax _$8.20 Gales, J no., (col.), hajlf of lot 5, block 297, tax $4.80' Gales, Will, (col.) half of lot 5, block 297, $4.80 Galahar, Jno., Jot 2, block 474 and 25 feet off lot 3, block 474, miscellaneous property 'tax i $3.40 Gamewall, J., miscellaneous property, tax $4.60 Garcia, lot 5 block 502, tax. __-.__$2.40 Garrett, Luther W., lot ?5x- 140 feet, block 460 tax—$36.00 Garner, Joe C., lots 19 and 20, block 419, tax.«.u $60.00 Gay, Caroline, (col.), lot 11, "block 334, tax $14.40? Gay, Caroline, (col.), lot 2, "block 81, tax $7.20 Gibbs, W. J., estate, lots 3 'and 4 block...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 3 June 1926

CORSICANA D1 IAT AND TRIJTW I i ®fi i n !i i ►J ' j V I"!. . hl; ?h'i 4,::J ■ , LIST OF CITY PROPERTY DELINQUENT FOR TAXES, [Continued front fifth page.) SheltOn, Will, block, 23, tax - Sherrod, 1H«;. 376A. tux _-~- Sbemxl, W. A 607, tax ----- Simkinv B. 7 and 8. bloek 16, tax -_$9.60 Stevens, C. M., lot 3, bloek 413, taxv -114.40 Stone, 8. H., lots 9, 10, half 8, block 170, tax . $4.80 (col.), lot 4,! Storey, L, B., Mrs. lots 4, 5, j> $21.00 bolck 577 1-2, tax $14.40 lot. 3, block ! Stroder, Jno., etsate lot 2, $1.20 blook 493, tux $4.80 , lot 9, block; Stubbs, J. W., 37 1-2 feet off, .—.$7.20 9 and W. hfttf 8, block 99,' R, lots 9 awl tax $21.20 tax— —$19.20, Superior Service Barber Shop tax_ Wulker, Ad. (col.), lote 1, 2, 5, block 19, tax $1.20 block 185, tax $2.40 Williams, Marcella, lot 8, Walker, Geo. 15., llot block block 43, tax $2.40 371, tax $72.00 | Williams, Rose, (col.), one- Walker, J. E., 1 ,lot block fourth lot 4, block 110, tax 371, tax 1 $2.401 «. _______ $2.40 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 June 1926

I I • wm,< * «vv .;••?■ V- m \SS fl ^ s1! 1 S.',. ?' " 'I fr aw*1 wifiSJp •' '' ?'; ■' , H,( ,. v. ., -j, • | I |P|$ ft' ,4 ffi 2£&i Iv MMs!^ SwiwwwSBNIw i ) VOLUME FORTY CORSICANA, T> !X*AS, JUNE 10, 1926 •ly-t- NO, 28 — -r whether We can Invites your account, it he large or,small. better care for >on than ever Give ns a chance to prove oar splendid banking service "u Ifordr Comer Beaton «od Collin Streets, CORSICANA, TEXAS Get It flcCammon & Lang Limber Company PHONE 344 CORS1CANA, TEXAS tilford is fouiTd guilty Is Assessed Death Penalty. Fre D. Tilford, 24, negTo, who killed Prewltt Dukemlnter, 20, a white boy, and threw his body ;ii Richland Creek after robbing hiin of $57, went to trial in District Court Monday morning. Following the killing the negro came to Corsicana and sought to establish an alibi by phoning to Sice that £>ukeminier had taken a bunch of Mexicans to Cheuey- boro. He then dressed up like a woman and paraded through the negro quarters and a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 June 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH -UM*T OO SOU -rwuvo* tMKigu It) CHAMM TVW Cauimo « to It iwniwuwif "fw wmwu'ou AU KWA- OUT TM« twnm. MOUtM4««> 10 MVS e>tw AMD UK^aiudj nut SOMWjm MCMlM MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Chain MOT ©AO, COMSlDdWU' AM <oUS " IM DC UMJUTKO MOUSE LAS MKsrHT MOKUIM, MuUttt* MOW 16 SOU PRoawocncATiw' Dts AAOJUltU' if) GM/AKl? "TMAT DOWU WV DC oce QUARKVf PIO Nfc WtU NHK BET 8S etft*PIW' rv«te« NASSUH, AM UKUY *tt WD TMER-E, BO* AM wo«r do wo strewn'I &OV, IU DE XAIOOLE 0' DE <4ISMf, AM VAEARU A GROAKI AM* DC 8K3KS6ST GHOST AH1 EVAH SBE J 1ST OOXED TMROO DE SIDE VUAtt LIKE OB WALW ^ TUEftS * VJMAT Did noo JTUEU* Inspired Fright • i AM J\SY FtBU-nABOO DE OTWER QOE WAU- dcgakae WAyy ®HAPu3 wwtoff THE FEATHERHEADS ByL. F.Vu 2dm WMm Inimi UUM WKU t>l8fc I CMOftCH ' ®St I THoOSWT ttoO uiECt Somebody clse WEU WHAT* A HoWZA BABY'* COlMCvOEMCE /' ( 4 Events in the Lives of Little Men Along the Concrete AU tiW*'HitJSSfmrM.vJ WHERE DO vou, THINK you ft £ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 June 1926

vw. CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH faltOVED UNIFORM BfTERHATlOHAl Sunday School ' Lesson * (By REV. p. B. FITXWATBR, D.D.. Diu of Day and Kvenlnc School*, Moody Bible Around Orchard Institute of Chlca u.) 1 J , WeHtern Ni ewipaper Union.) Lesson for June 13 JOSEPH'S FIDELITY LESSON TEXT—Genesis J8:1-2S. OOLDKN T12XT—Seest thou a man ■Ulgent in his business: he «hall stand before kings.—Prov. 22:29. PRIMARY TOPIC—A. Noble Slave Boy. JUNIOR TOPIC—How Josfeph Be- haved as a Slave. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Passing: Severe Teats. YOUNQ PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Triumphing Over .Trials. .1. Joseph, the Well Beloved Son (87:3). He was Jacob's favorite son, partly due to the fact that he was the son of the wife of his first love and the son of his old age, but mainly because of the superior qualities he possessed. II. Joseph's Fidelity as a Son (37:12-17). Joseph's brethren had gone to She- chem, some fifty miles from Hebron, where there was plenty of pasture for their flocfcs. After a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Corsicana Democrat and Truth — 10 June 1926

CORSICANA DEMOCRAT AND TRUTH RflMf - ■ aW; iiti Lm« Democrat and Truth MERCK COLQUITT, Ovrm-r PUBLIHHBD WEEKLY Subscription Price: One Year H-00 Pis Months _—~— 60c Knttrod as aceond-class .matter at Ihe posoffice at Corsicana. Texas, tinder the Act of Mnrph 3, 187 . M!!!i—LU - LJ. Home building goes steadily ou in C'orls. ,ina. Corsicana is growing and pros- pering as few towns in Texas. Borne of the oil men who have Veen away for some time aro com- ing back, and their huptlo and ftt&ile makes for a bigger and bet- ter Corsicana. Ferguson tells bis audiences that Davidson is O. K., and If one can not vote for Ferguson to rote for Davidson. How do you .Davidson folks like that? ■ Jim and Lynch have been playing hand in glove all through the campaign. Vote lor Dan Moody in the first prima- ry and let'* be done with Fergu- Konlsm for good. The republican party was repu- diated in Iowa at Tuesday's elec- tion. The senators who have voted to uphold the Coolidge adminis- tration and ...

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