The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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TMF PADUCAH POST
Paducah, Texas, May 18, 1822
ICE! ICE! ICE!
GET YOUR ICE BOXES READY
plenty of ice. and cheap, too, 1 cent
per pound. $2.25 per block, $1.25 for
Our place of business is the same old
-land that we formerly had.
\\'e are going to start a residence wa-
soon and will deliver ice right to
We receive our ice from the People’s
Ice Co. of Wichita Falls. This enables
us to give you fresh ice daily. Our de-
liveries shall be prompt.
Our customers must be satisfied.
LET US SERVE YOU
Paducah Ice Co.
especially along the '-booze’
line. Perhaps these men who are
knocking the prohibition araend-
,1'cefnll} are wanting
jrfin!»■ ■11" liquor for the
i we wouldn’t
i at they were want-
']i—1:vi *■ especially
THE PADUCAH POST
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
THE POST PUBLISHING COMPANY
E A CARLOCK
once >u ' :
ing it : e
tasty .> ai
dental an 1
:"IT of the
snarl at any attempt at correct-
ion. That isn’t so cute.
nre many ilian yours.
A true bet we t. : lie rival Irish
republiean f"ree> ha> been declar-
ed, sii aniiouiieeincHt goes.
Yes, for a few minutes, we are
prone to surmise. Reports to-
morrow will likely be: Another
revolt in Ir nald " This strongly
reminds of "t Kipling, who says:
‘•for where there is Irish there 11
always be fighting, and when they
cease fighting t'i- Ireland no
Somewhere the sun is always
shining. If in the heart, the
cloths do not obscure its radiant
rays. But if only in the heavens
the clouds envelop the heart and
k<*ep it in impenetrable gloom,
l.c the sunshine in and the clouds
.. milI, and J will quickly depart.
•i ni but a lot----
The nations of Europe are
| ken for keeping Uncle Sam’s
humblest, the | soldiers in Germany, but it does
tidy and y >t appear that they are so keen
\\. ,1th may • n the requirements that the
United States ask of them in
keeping her soldiers there; es-
pecially France. Perhaps, be
cause of the fact that we have
done so much gratis service for
Trail o, she is still under the
impression that we will continue
,1 * do so. The Nations are strong
for Uncle Sam, it seems, so long
as she is going out of her way
to assist them, but when Uncle
Sam a-kes to be favored witli a
I'ttle compensation they buck up.
It's all take and no give
- ... b t i! can not
. th. mind and
:..i: mak" or unmake
All i1 Is, is but inci-
,.f little avail. There
NOTICE OP SCHOOL TAX
t.ere-i as second-class mail matter May 11, 1906, at the Postoffice
at PaducaJi, Texas.
:• X T
a bumper more money if we are to run one
n.-ver was nine months. In order to raise
••iragiug than more money we will have to pay
The rains alive | more taxes. However, it will low-
. nips amber the rendition of property, but
t w- ,-ant' have not cause you to pay less taxes.
and f| ov: :'s " f-min:Young
men lax,- i aiieies. It
r.lwny> -c :i.> a fail with them to
pluck t " la'ier.
.fii'ii expr* >- 1 mr disap-
; are no weeds,1 For instance a piece of property I
► • L.inkful f">' the weeds.' that is now rendered at $4,00(1
T' ,..k n*-v.*r was brighter has to pay $20 taxes each year.
f ,tton. sixty bush- If the rate was raised to one
U • ,i;,l three ton of good dollar on the hundred the ren-
al at tins time. Noth- dition could be cut down to three
a lam hail can hardly • thousanl dollars, but you would
- "f a bumper crop, I pay $30 taxes. Regardless of the
si add have the boll cost, Paducah needs a better
rj .. war. Every- school. We can not have it with
a y ,,s can be. the amount of money we have
i i ,-,unty. been collecting each year. The
------ little amount we pay for the
will vote on the maintenance of sehools will not
• raise our hurt us. It will, however, give
■ ts t" one did- us a better community in which
matter is up to the to live. Shall we or shtfll we
•if !'.• school. Of course not?
i.. j.a;. more taxes when I---:-
- ■ iaiT will it not be! In a speeehe at Madison Square
•i.e extra Some peo- Garden, Samuel Gompers, presi-
;11<3er tii- impression that dent of the American Federation
justly But tiiere are times
when a l.TTi- "11 siness on the
part of every itizen would be
of benefit to this town. Right
HOW i> <Ole "! those time. Me
are in favor ••!' everybody getting
out and teeing annul town and I
wer the taxes. We would
*■" lead anyone to belive
h would lie the ease. The
> g ing to have to have
of Labor, knocked the prohibition
amendment. It seems that some
men are always wanting to do
something great for their country,
How Much Does
It Mean to You?
When you are in need of things that demand scien-
’ -kill to supply; when nature fails to correct some
• i t tlmr would mean disaster to you if it were not
' pped your safeguard must he medicine. To have
assurance of an accurately filied perscription, that
. in without doubt rely upon, how much does this
mean to yon?
Drugs are essential. Human, beings at times must
them It is our earnest desire to offer the people
what they need.
If you need invigorating bath soap and exquisite
b-T articles that the summer weather demands, you
will not forget our place of business. We have them at
DRUGS FOR YOUR NEEDS
A FOUNTAIN FOR YOUR THIRST
SUNDRIES FOR YOUR DAINTINESS
ACC UK AC r S/T f\ S/C
T / XA S
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Pursuant to an order of the
Board of Trustees of the Paducah
Independent School District, on
- brines I petition of C. A. Craven, L. W.
•sPr"- ’"I1 I . P ;Fry. O. L. Thomas and 27 other
cnt a v-.'tii ing|qualified property tax paying
color-. I , U ■' natural voters in said school district,
made and entered at the regular
meeting held in the town of Pa-
ducah. Texas, Monday May 1st,
A 1). 1322, an election will be
held in the district court room
in the courthouse in the town of
Paducah. Cottle County, Texas,
a]Hl t n Saturday, June 3rd, A. I). 1922,
in said Paducah Independent
School District to determine
whether the board of trustees of
the Paducah Indipendent School
District shall have power to an-
nually levy and collect a tax up-
on all taxable property in said
district for the maintenance of
public schools in said district of
joining a - acral cleanup. I and at a rate of not to exceed
The ' ••;> and what the'$1.00 on the $100.00 valuation
J taxable property in said dis-
trict, an increase of the present
JO cents on the $100.00 valuation
1" not exceed $1.00 on the $100.00
valuation of taxable property in
soid district, such tax, if voted
to be levied and collected for the
year 1922 and annually thereofter
unless it he discontinued as pro-
vided by law.
C. A. Craven has been appoint-
ed judge of said election and II.
11. Wilkins and H. B. Parks
clerks of said election and said
election is to be held as nearly as
possible in conformity with the
general laws of the state,
to vote in favor of levying and
to vote in favor of lavying and
collecting such increase in tax
shall have written or printed on
their ballots: “For Increase of
Maintenance School Tax,” and
those opposed to the proposition
shall have written or printed on
their ballots: “Against Increase
of Maintenance School Tax.”
None but property tax paying
voters, who are qualified voters
in Paducah Indipendent School
District shall vote at such elec-
Given under my hand and seal
of office at Paducah, Texas, this
5th day of May, A. D. 1922.
C. B. BOBO,
Secretary Board of Trustees of
tlie Paducah Independent School
It’s no accident that the these words are thus connect-
ed so often.
Home-the magic word that ties the dearest thought
of earth to the beautiful iliea oC eternal Joy'
Give more thought to 1I0ME-1die center of happiness
for the family. Should you not make it the best you can
We show many "Ye I’hinr.v’ Homes, the highest type
of home design- yet inexpensive to build.
Let’s talk it over-no obligation on you. We will
gladly give von . - estunat1 on a new home or the old one
Phone No. 76
J. A. LESTER, Local Mgr.
- —■■ -
W O. Jones Ethert A. Renfrew
JONES & RENFROW
Complete Set of Abstract Books to All Lands and Town
Property in Cottle County, Texas
I am now handling the Famous Eu-
pion Coal Oil—the best oil on the mar-
ket today. I will deliver your oil in 30-
gallon lots anywhere in the city. Just
call me at 263 when you want Coal Oil
and I will bring it to you.
I). T. GLOWER
town w- need. People]*
who are seriipuli'U- in keeping
their hand- and face- and bodies
clean -li"i:!d 1- just a- careful
to keep tie ' -iirmiudings in a
like eollda: Tin- town i- not.
the d rti< -■ pi ice i u earth, and
neither - t the eleane-t. It is
betwixt and in-tween, a condition
which admit- ..f improvement. If
the rest of tie- gi ml people in
this town a;- w.iling and ready
to join the editor m a cleanup
eampaigi it will b>- done. The
official pencil I 'l-her of this pa-
per i- not a Sam-ui in strength,
neither a weakling, but he will
go his limit if oth-rs will keep
he pile- with him. No lagging
on the side line-—no standing by
up and feel mighty proud of the
■util tie job is done—no shirk-
ing of any kimi make it a case
of cv rybod; work, including
father. Lef- make a glorious
day of it. Close every business
and prole-sioii; i house in town,
make .: -<, unanimous it will be
a sen.mill, t,, i-et in on the deal.
Then when ti," fun is all over we
can g,. n Hi- and clean ourselves
up and 1", 1 mighty proud of the
good work we have done. Who’s
game? Or is everybody game?
Congress wants to keep our ap-
proprialion for aviation extension
down to *2.000,000.00. Japan ap-
propriates $200,000,000.00 for the
same purpose for the same length
of time. Japan wants the Philip,
pines and Hiwaii. We don’t want
her to have them. Japan wants
to colonize our Pacific coast. We
strenuously object. Japan will
have an enorniou
Pave with Vitrified brick. 1: :-
not an experiment Wire to
Thurber Brick Co.. 1 rt Wurth,
With the advent of summer the
coal dealer has our sympathy—
and our money.
THE KIND OF FARM YOU WANT
Is on our lines: products grown, rainfall averages
same as betwe. i. ,\•!. . ( Maine; soils equally diversified.
Markets near, i iin. ads good. Write for Homeseckers
rates and for our , farming on the 8. A. A A. P. Ry”
-H. M. Madison. Gen. rarnj^A Imm. Agt., San Antonio, Texas.
Write to Geo. I l.uptur,. Pass. Agt., San Antonio, Texas,
about excurisions mountains.
fleet of fight-
We will have a piti-
ful one. If Japan wants to be-
come ramlmfi(.timlS) how are we
,Sorae children disobey their
parents and get away with it by
smiling sweetly. The parents
thke^ them CUtf>' As ,lie years
A nearer to maturity
,ie> i iso ley with impunity and
CHARS IN—To go to a party
CRUMB GOBLER—A Cake-
Eater or Bun Buster who makes
a specialty of crashing in at teas.
DARBS—A person with money
who can be relied on to pay the
DEW DROPPER—A Beasel
Hound who does not work, sleeps
all day and gets up at 6 p. m.
DINCHER—A half smoked cig-
DUCK’S QUACK—The best
DUDD—A boy or girl given
to reading or study.
DUMBBELLL—Dumb but hap-
EGO—A hard-boiled cake eater.
No longer does the bad man
strut around with • chip on h>s
shoulder. It is customary to
sneak up behind.
WE SELL OIL
When you nr in need of Coal Oil call us over the
phone or hand us ynur "rder. We will get busy and have
it there in a “jiffy.”
Me have one of the best grades of Oil on the market.
5 on will get satisfaction from every gallon. Let us know ^
HOME OIL CO.
l’hon 211—2 rings
HENRY WOODRUM, Proprietor
Don’t Miss This-Read Below
You have it. 1 have it. We all have it—very often,
too. That craving for something good and something
sweet to eat. Me have it—that very increaaing in demand
kin/7 m m«Ly ludr~both the nut and pink and raisin
All 'r,kmd of candy our specialty,
rvinnnnnt ami p' lke r’"r various varieties of Peanut and
that will nl» U'lges. And we carry a line of Chocolates
that will please you, for we make several kinds. The Pea-
sold at ,Ile Hamberger stands and that
£br'i.m'r'a,ing de“°d ,or ,heir prod'"'
«prv.™iaine,"1S!l!l!i"!: a f,,untain and will be prepared to
y ' “"‘al number of ways. Phone us your needs
£rJST ‘l,irsty and wey will feed yoi and give
Be sure and give us a call.
The Quality Candy Kitchen
G. D. RUSSELL and ROY REID, Props.
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Carlock, E. A. The Paducah Post (Paducah, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1922, newspaper, May 18, 1922; Paducah, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth720833/m1/4/: accessed March 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bicentennial City County Library.