Corsicana Democrat and Truth (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1925 Page: 1 of 8
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CORS1CANA, TEXAS, JULY 28, 1925
Groceries and ftcdt
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 8ELF, AND BECAUSE
OF THE LARGE DAILY SALES WHICH KEEPS OUR STOCK
FRESH AT ALL TIMES, DAY IN AND DAV 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 KIND8.
OUR PRICES 'ARE RIGHT.
Estes Sell-Seming Grocery and Market
•. v . CORNER COLLIN AND HTH STREETS—NORTH OF POSTOFF1CE
COTTON JUMPS IN PRICE
AS RESULT OF CROP REPORT
^ Popular Price Studio
104 1-2 South Beaton Street
BUY THAT NEXT SUIT OF ME.
PRESSING A SPECIALTY
West Colin Street, Corsk'una, Ti-x.
WASHINGTON, July 23.—Condi-
tion of cotton crop July 16 was
70.4 per cent as against 75.9 a
month hko and 6|8,'5 a year ago.
The cotton .crop is indicated at
13,580,000 bales. The 1924 final
The indicated yield of lint per
acr was 140 as compared with
1924 final of 156.8.
Condition by states included:
July June July
16 '25. 25 '25 16 '24
North Carolina __77
South Carolina 71
United States 70.4
New Mexico 82
All other States __90
United States 70.4
JUDGE MAKES PERMANENT MR. AND MRS. BISHOP BACK
TEMPORARY INJUNCTION i IN CORICANA AT HEAD
AGAI1NST CITY KKRENSI OF JNO. L. JONES FUR. CO.
For Sale FURNITURE,
Crockeryware, Carpets, Rugs, Lin-
eoleums. We will save you 25
per cen, on your purchases. A
trial will convince you. I. JAFFE,
FURNITURE, 114 East 5 th Ave-
nue. CORSICANA. ,
For Dental Gold,
Diamonds, megneto points, false teeth
Jewelry, any valuables. Mall to-
day. Tash by reutrn mail.
Hoke 8. St R. Co., Ot::ogo, Midi.
Dr. I. N. Suttle
CohiIuUod by Appointment
Residence phone 191
Office over Griffin-Harper Drug Co,
Operate* at P. A 8. Hospital
EXAMINING TRIAL OS
TODAY IN JORDAS'S COURT.
WANTED—To trade city property
for a small farm along somo of
the proposed highways not too far
|out. Write box 405, Corsicana,
8. B. Davis in an altercation
with Ernest Jackson in Tucker-
town in the oil field Sunday after-
noon during which difficulty Davis
struck Jackson with a stsick on
the head from which blow Jaak-
hon died in t he County Hospital
Davis came to the City and sur-
rendered as soon as notified of
the death of Jackson.
I A large crowd of people are in
attendance upon the eaminatlon of
| witnesses and the trial of the
'case was moved from the Justice
[court room to the County Court
| The testimony bf Dr. T. O.
jWills, called to the Cuonty Hos-
pital to treat the man. found that
he had a fractured skull and other
bruises about the head, that he
,was unconscious and did not re-
gain consciousness and died soon
after reahing the hospital.
Davis has been In Jail since the
ICED DRINKS IN THE 8UMMER
On a warm and sultry summer day,
there is nothing more refreshing to tlx
mind and to the body than an Icet!
drink. Of course, when such drlnkf
ore being used, moderation should to«
practiced, because If taken In excesi
or too rapidly, they are liable to b*
Injurious to the stomach. However,
when taken in a sensible manner, they
are refreshing and beneficial to the
fatigued. In the manufacture of these
drinks, care should be taken to avoid
any combination that may be Indiges-
tible or hard to assimilate. The drink
should be consumed In a slow and lei-
The greatest danger present In the
use of Iced drinks is the one that In-
volves the use of Ingredients that are
possibly Impure or contaminated in any
way. This Is very liable to happen
If the Juices that ore used are allowed
to stand until the.v become soured nnO
unfit for use, or If the milk or other
Ingredient used Is not strU'tly fresh.
The predisposition of milk ta spoil
quickly ut summer temperatures make*
it ofttlmes necessary to use evaporated
milk, which Hfter nil Is Just pure fresh
milk with more than half the water
tnken away. It Is sterile and. there-
fore, always safe. For use In Iced
drinks, it Is Ideal.
Following are several formulas used
In the manufacture of Iced beverages.
If these formulas are followed relig-
iously, the results will be found to be
Chocolate Malted Milk.
1 cup evaporated B teaipoonfuls
NEW YORK, July 23.—Upon re-
ceipt of the Government cotton
Condition report today, prices
spurted on the local market. Quo-
tations follow: July 24.10c up 77;
October 24.50c, u'p 90; December
24.75c, up 98.
THE BAR HOLDS MEMORIAL
SERVICES SUNDAY FOR
HON. R. E. PRINCE.
1 cup water
t teaspoon fula
water until syrup
all Ingredients in
idagon Jar and shake thoroughly and
serve with chipped Ice.
1 cup evaporated
Sugar to suit
1 cup tea
I tbsp. lemon
The Eleventh Avenue Methodist
church was the scene last Tues-
day night of a very enjoyable band
oncert the renditions being given
by the I. O. O. F. Home band un-
der the direction of W. O. Barlow.
1m cream supplmented the con-
tertlll was given by the Junior
department of the Sunday school.
A very enjoyable tome was had
by all present.
The fire department was called
to the residence of w. A. Hudson,
614 East Third Avenue Thursday
morning about 2:30 o'clock, where
the attic of the residence was on
^re. The fire was supposed to
I have been caused by spontaneous
(rombustion or rats knawlng on old
matches In old clothes that had
,beeen stored in the attic very
littel damage was done, so prompt
was the department.
2 tbsp. orange
H cup water J
Small stick cin-
H cup fruit Juice
(currnnt or ber- I
Boll slowly the cinnamon, a lemon
rind and orange rind In water for ten
minutes. Strain and when cool add
the other Ingredients. Place In a
Muson fruit Jar and shake well. Serve
In tall glasses with chopped Ice. 1
1 egg 1H tbsp. pow-
Finch salt dered sugar
>4 cup cold evap- 2 tbsp. fruit juice
orated milk Nutmeg grating* I
tt cup Ice water I
Add salt to egg white and beat \0I
a stiff froth. Add the sugar, tha well
bt-nten yolk of the egg and tha ftni*
juice and nutmeg. Pill glass v-lib
milk and cold water. 8prlnkle tn/i
with chopped nuta.
Patronize the advertisers.
The Corsicana Bar Sunday held
memorial ^ervfees for th>> lata
Hon. U. Ei Prince, that prince of
good men whose untimely leath
occurred a few weeks a'^o.
The memorial services were bad
in the district court room at the
ourt house and was largely attend-
ed bar members of the liar and by
itizens and friends of Mr. Prince.
Following was the program ar-
ranged by the Bar Association for
Invocation — Rev. R. Oirard
Lowe, pastor of the First Presbyte-
Music—Third Avenue Presbvte-
riaan church quartet
Music—Third Avenue Presbyte
rian church qurtet.
Address—Judge J. M. Blanding,
president of the Navarro County
Resolutions and Address—Hon.
Address—Hon. Allen D. Sanford.
Address—Hon. John S. Callicutt.
Address—Captain Beauford Jes-
Address— Judge Selson Phillips,
Music—Third Avenue Presbyte-
rian church quartet.
Benediction—Rev. Illon T. Jones,
pastor of Third Avenue Presbyte-
Hon. Allen D. Sanford was un
nble to he present. Others of Mm
friends of Mr. Prince made talks
tlint were highly eulogistic of the
high personal unharacter of Mr.
Prince, including Mr. Taylor, who
had been intimately associated with
Mr. Prince for a great many years.
J. A. Anderson, et al vs. City of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bishop aare
Kerens, asking for a permanent In- back in Corsicana, and glad to be
Junction against the City of Kerens hack with their old friends. They
paylne J. C. Wells a salary as City are managing the Jno. L. Jones
manager for the City of Kerens Furniture Company business again,
came up for bearing In Juctee Scar- Mr. Bishop will be the Corsicana
bofrougli's court last week. business manager for teh Company
A temporary injunct'on had pre- and Mrs. Bishop will have charge
viously hern granted and the pe- of the books of the Company, keep-
titioners sought to make it per- 'r" tho hooks of the for the two
manent. Ftores. here.
The pctitoners alleged that J. C. ''"he Bishops are experienced fur-
Wells did ont devote his time to Mture people and good business
the sen-ice of the City of Kerens people and have many friends In
but that he devoted his time to Corsicana who welcome them back
promoting fairs, bond electiosn and '° the 1,681 City in. Texas.
sundry and divers intrests for which
the City of Kerens should not ^ LAWRENCE DIES AT
pay. | HOME NEAR DAWSON.
The case consumed several days
of yast week and was fully heard, J- Lawrence, 67 years of age
pro and con. A alrge number of died at his home near Dawson
people couifn«* here from Kerens Monday of this week, following a
daily to itt'rd the hearing. very short Illness
Judge ^enrs ho rough 'granted the afternon at 3 o'clock, which wore
prayer of the petitoners and made Funeral services were held in
permanent teh Injunction. tabernacle at Dawson Tuseday
conducted by Key. M. Johnson, <Qf
MODE?'v SCHOOL BUILDING* Hubbard, an. old friend and pastor
TO BE ERECTED AT POWELL, of the deceased.
He leaves a wife and the follow-
Powell Is to have a modern In« chilren: D. M. Lawrence, Frank
school building. The conrtact has Lawrence. Mrs. J. W. Flint, Mrs
been let to Mote & Baldwin of Dal- C. J. Pitts, Mrs. Bill Pitts, Mrs
las. Joss Dickson, W. J. Lawrence, Jr.,
I The new building is to cost Brit Lawrence. All the chilren are
$26,010, and work is to start on resident near Dawson.
construction of the building In Mr. Lawrence was long a resl-
■ August and the building is to be detn. of the Dawson community and
'completed by November 1, under was a good and substantial citizen
j the terms of the contract. of the community in which he was
| The new bulling will have nine born.
'class rooms and several other •
rooms and an auditorium. HOLDS UP WATERMEI/)N
j i PEDDLER NEAR DAWSON.
TWO RESIDENCES BURNED | A. high-Jnrtier; or some other
FRIDAY OF LAST WEEK. 8ort °f Jacker held up Doyle Cagle
1 near Dawson In Graham Park and
Fire v*^ 8p'pyed two small resi- robbed hlmf* m\ of his watermel-
dencas at 1 o'clock Friday morning, Ions, no, b fc his hard money,
located on North Twenty-fourth forty dollars of the coin of the
street, just beyond the City lim- realm. The belief is that the
Its. This loss was estimated to be *ame gang robbed Stansel's store
about $3500 with a total insurance ,here miles South of Dawson on
amounting to $1300. he same night which was Tuseday.
' The houses were the property of arrests have been made in
F. P. Ficklin and was estimated to either case.
be worth $1000 with $700 insur-
ance. EM HO USE HAS RECEIVED
E. M. Hopwood occupied one of THREE BALES OF COTTON.
I the houses and Ills household worth i *
$400 was a total loss with no in-1 Emhouse has received three halts
! Oeorg, Warfleld occupied te oth-
er building, and he estimated his
of this esasons crop up to Tues-
day of this week.
A. E. Prnte was the first to
loss on furniture and other house- bring in a bale and got the pre-
hold goods at $2000 with $600 in- n'Mn. which was just a few min-
surance. |utes ahead of Clias. Maggard, who
i The cause of the fire Is not brought In the second bale. Mr.
known. ,0°k down $110 extra money
I for the first bale.
INSPECTION MADE OF T1,e th'rd bale was marketed in
i HAMILTON CEMETERY, Emhouse by T. Freeman, who lives
I on the L. Davis farm hctween Em-
j A meeting was held Sunday at|&,,f<0 '"nf1 Corsicana..
Patronize the advertiser*.
Hamilton cemetery to view the
I work done on cemetery. A large
attendance was hed upon the meet- —
, ing and the improvements viewed OLD TREASURY NOTE OF
by those interested In the tip-keep
of teh cemetery,
Patronize the advertlser.-t.
THE TEXAS REPUBLIC.
AUSTIN, Texas, July IS.—A fif-
Life Savinu Class Organized In the ,y dollar treasury certificate on the
Very Scar Future. (Republic of Texas, dated 1841 and
Mr. R. L. Newlnnd. physical dl- t,,Bne'l by M. B. Lamar, president,
rector of the Corsicana Y. M. C. A. iwas received today by Ftate Treas-
1r in receipt of his certificate as a "r"r Hatcher from n. C. Bnrr of
licensed life saving examiner. Tire fCentral Slate Hank of Dallas,
certificate is from the headquar- i Rarr wished to know how much
ters of the physical department ofj*'le *'111 was worth.
the Y. M. ('. A, and he states that
he will organize a senior life unv- ''HAIRIE POINT PICNIC
MIKE O'NEAL KILLED
BY TRAIN WEDNEDAY.
ing class in the very near fnt.ro
in connection with Ills work In the
Y. M. C. A.
A HUMMING BIO SUCCESS.
The Annual picnic which Prairl
WENT TO CAMERON TO
ATTEND LEGION MEET.
G. W. Burleson was here from
John Wood was here from Dal*
Frank Johnson was here Wed-
nesday from Purdon.
W. B. Farmer was here from
| David Daniels, O. M. Boynion,
Clarence L. Tery, Wayne Brown,
; and Wm. V. Mowlam went to
Cameron Sunday to attend the dis-
trict meet of the American Legion.
They repsented Corsicana post in
the regular meet of the sixth dls-
jtrcit at which delegates from va-
rious posts over teh sixth congres-
ional district were present.
Mike O'Neal, about 45 years of
age was killed by the outgoing
5:45 passenger train Wednesday
morning. He attempted to catch
the Houston and Texas Central pas-
senger train as it was leaving the
yards, between Collin Street Street
and Fifth Avenue. The man is
supposed to have missed the step
and the speed of the train threw
threw him beneath the wheels of
the rapidl moving train. His right
arm was cut off and his legs crush-
ed and ribs broken.
O'Neal was a tank builder In
the oil fields, where he bad been
I Those wishing to Join this class ^o'lt 'gives yearly was a humming
must have had some previous In- 8Ucce«8 today they report,
struction in this class of work. ! Hundreds of peopel were on the
grounds for the big and to hear
Gone to the Ozark Mountains for '0Cft' orators orate. Many peole
I Recreatio Spell. had <!ome from a distance to be
1 Jack Simpson and Barney House on band for the graet annual event
have gone on a recreation trip to °' ^e y®*1, 'n the lives of the
the Ozark mountains, where they hundreds who annually attend this
hunting and fishing. They will be Sobering.
gone two weeks. They left Sun-,1' AidreMig were delivered by two
day. preachers who had been raised in
- .the community. One was Rev. Rlr-
' Mrs. L. E. Hervey has returned <>r* ^artlldge of Athens and the
from Breckinridge where she has °",or A. C. Parker of Dallas.
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. j
John Kelly and family for about J°hn Davis of Dawson was a
one week. vi«ltor to the city Wednesday.
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Corsicana Democrat and Truth (Corsicana, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 23, 1925, newspaper, July 23, 1925; Corsicana, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292810/m1/1/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.